The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, August 10, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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l.artaao advaar* north of tM Dneistrr.
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•aura spirited reantance. but south of
th* mar to tba Carpathians the Teu-
tonic forre» ara mowing forward al-
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♦ ♦ ♦
Trad H Moore, a Lot Angaloa attor*
nar. who admit tad ba waa counsel for
tba 1. W W. *i> daportod from tba
Warren diatrlct at Biaboe. Ariz., br
deputy aberiffi aad u now oa bia way
tba ' haratr-r of tb* a!ta aad eurrooad-
Inra it» of pr*4«'mlnar1ac ImportaaM
While a pmapr<ti*a builder may
bar* ta hla imarfnattoe an adaptatloa
«r reproduction of a p*r1.»d deelrn. II
la aery freqgeatty BBwlae to permit
aticb aa ImaalBatInn to M the decldlaa
factor aa to what dealcn a h"m^ aboald
1 repr*e*Bt. Errora la coaatructloa are
me aad Caaemate* plateaux, ta wbtcb
the Oermaaa Buffered the moat com-
plete defeat receBtly. show that come
of the I*ruaaiaa re(>menu loal SO per
coot of their effectives.
♦ ♦ ♦
A diapatch to the Loadoa Poet from
Patrocrad aaya that under General
Koralloffa draatic measures to reatore cUAhe* ^etweea members of the ne-
order in the eleventh army one whole , tr0°P* "d dtlxm of that city.
diTiakm thereof waa blown to pieces 1 * + *
by their own artillery to aveose the! Tb™ 1>€r80nj *r« de*d "d 11
laaulu which all loyal troopa, and ea-1 more *r® «P®«ed t0 d»e aa the re-
boy. d*fyiac a**r!y
armed guards, folic* aad «oluat**ra.
rMiew*| race rtotiaf at <"tMt*r
Shortly after dark tba rioter* got p» — »; . . .
> on i coatrol and Mat a a.gro t&saa Jf T#t*« *w»d ^ ^ fh„ rh-r«rtrf ,K.
aibl* Mfor* h* rouid M faacced. fcoWiB* to th* f*d*ral eoBetitutioa
-Ta* manutactuM. sale or tran*-
psrtat e« c' intea.cat eg i.auers
j write>n, tfi* io.pexat.eo meree*
"to. •' toe eapoctat.cn te«r*of
from tM Uo^ea States and all
ter.tory auBject to toe junaa.e-
t on thereof for Mverage purposes
la oereby prohibited.
"Thia article shall be looperative
uoieaa it ahall have Men ratiffed
as ao amendment ta the eonetltu
t.oo by the leisiaturea of the a*«
eral states as provided m the coo
atitutien. within ti> years from
the date of the suhmlea.on Mreof
to th* states by the congr*ea.
-The con|r*ai thai have power
to enforce thle article by appro-
Senators opposing the resolution
Democrats: Broussard. Culbertson,
Gerry. Hardwick. Hitchcock. Husttnf.
i Cayy of Wiappw.
Half IM people yoa uh aear tbell , SWAMP* J,
. J " rvm r~ »«*rrtain* but if
hav* kidney U»er or
car** >»n thrtr face*.
♦ ♦ ♦
Will Jones, negro aoldler of tho
Tweaty-fourth United .States Infantry,
whicb arrived at Waco. Tezaa. for
temporary guard duty over govern-
ment property at Camp MacArthur.
was shot in the bead and several white
persona were injured aa the result of
! often""made "rhrourh* nfsHn/VIMfTATK>" '• »««"»T FLATTtRV »!? __
,„2 J,rT„y'but like counterfeit money tM lmlU- *•« »«„«<*».. o*
doced detgn in an Inapproprtat* Mt- tlon ^ not th# wonh of 0rtfl0Al.
* n*l wh*r* • uniquely constructed |Ml,t 0B -l, Creole" Hair Dreaalng—
dwelling Is entirely out of place with it'a the original. Darkens your hair la
the natural way. but contains no dye.
CITY PLAMTS SHADE TREES
Women of Oakland, Cat.. Aid tuperiis
tendent of Parka lo •eautiUca-
tlon of Residence Streeta.
j A11 of the big rMldentlal streeta la
Oakland are to be planted with shsde
trees, according to Lee S. Kerfoot. su
pertntendent of parks. He will M aa
It is easier to be good than great—
there is 1ms opposition.
pecially the artillery, have endured salt ot an *ccid*nt * gr*de cross- jame, Lewis. Phelsn Pomerene Reed slated In the matter by local aodety
for the last four months
Intense bon^ar^ments and heavy
fighting at various points on the
French front are reported In an offi-
cial communication isaued by the war
office. The French succeeded in re-
gaining tome of the ground lost to the
* + ♦
So numerous have reports of Ger-
man apy activities and propaganda in
Mexico become that Ambassador
fletcher is prepared on arrival in the
City of Mexico to call attention of the
lng at Parkdale, Ark., when a passen-
ger train hit an automobile in which
the five were riding.
* * ♦
James E. Ferguson, governor of
Texas, has been indicted on nine
charges of felony by the grand Jury of
Thavis County. Seven of the indict-
ments charge misapplication of pub-
lic funds, one diversion of public funds
and one embezzlement.
+ + +
Dr. J. W. Duke, state health com-
missioner, at the request of the Enid
Chamber of Commerce, left Oklahoma
City, for that city to Investigate four
Mexican government to the links in cases of infantile paralysis reported
that country between Berlin and Ger- there.
man agents in the United States. j + + +
♦ ♦ ♦ I Oklahoma motorists may be forced
and Underwood. Total 12.
I Republicans: Brandegee. Caldar,
I Prance. Lodge. Penrose. Wadsworth,
: Warren and Weeks. Total, 8. Total
Senators voting for the resolution
Democrats: Ashurst. Bankhead, 1
Chamberlain, Fletcher. Gore. Hollis, j
Jones of New Mexico. Kendrick. King, J
Kirby, McKellar. Martin. Myers. New-
lands, Overman. Owen. Pittman, Rans-
dell. Robinson. Saulsbury. Shafroth. I
Sheppard. Shields. Simmons, Smith of
Arizona. Smith of Georgia. Smith of !
South Carolina, Stone, Swanson. 1
Thompson, Trammell, Vardeman, i
Walsh, Williams and Wolcott—36.
Republicans: Borah, Brady, Colt,
The plan had Its Inception at after-
noon teas and other social gatherings
where society women met. The sub-
ject of lining the residence streets
with trees of uniform growth and
species was often discussed, and a
committee appointed to take the mat-
According to the park superintend-
ent, the plan is to use trees grown
by the city in Its conservatories In
Lakeside park. Poplars, willows and
eucalytus will probably be used, and
no two varieties will be planted on
any one street.
CARE FOR YOUR SKIN
And Kmp It Clear by Dally Uaa af
A hot bath with Cuticura Soap fol-
lowed by a gentle anointing with Cuti-
cura Ointment clears the akin or scalp
In most cases of eczemas, rashes and
Itching of children and adulta. Make
"utlcura your every-day toilet prepara-
•»ns and prevent such troubles.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard. Cuticura. Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
I r*ll*bl* medlrtn* br P*rr*l PoM. *1-
■o p*mphl»t tellinf about u.
Ad4r*a* Dr KUmar A Co. Blogtiamtoa.
N T in* •nrioa* ta* Mata. al** wa-
ti*a this p*p«r.
SoM foe 47 yaar*. Par Malaria. duO*
aad F*ver. Alao a Fla* G*a*ral
lif*s|il*sls| Tanlc. ***5,V2£~
•"The airplane is In flames!"
"And two thousand fet up: What a
foolish place to burn It !**
Unwritten poems and unprinted
songs make life endurable.
Lemons Whiten the
Make Cheap Lotion
The German chancellor peace inter- to buy their gasoline on the ticket Cummins. Curtis, Fernald. Freellng-
viow is regarded at the State Depart- gygfem—as food is sold in Europe—
ment as another German attempt to within a month unless the consump-
bolster up public opinion at home, ap- tion in that state is reduced propor-
peal to the peace sentiment in enemy tionately with the demands of the gov-
and neutral countries, and create dis- ernment and the present supply, ac-
sension between the Allies. cording to a statement issued by J. M.
+ + + | Aydelotte, chairman of the state coun-
Fully 24,000 physicians, or two out; Cil of defense.
of every nine of military age in the ' + + +
country, will be needed by the new The new war budget to earn* the
American armies, the war department government through to next July and
announced recently, in addition to i to cover additional credits to the Al-
120.000 enlisted men who must to so- Jies promises to far exceed 8 billion,
cured for the medical corps. possibly reaching 10 billion dollars.
+ + + | + + +
Led by Mayor VAndersiuis and tha! Foreign.
chief of police, one hundred and fifty I A French military court has con-
citizens rounded up forty members of demned to death for espionage a dan-
the I. W. W. at Bemidji, Minn., and ' cer known as Mati Hart, who before
tiipped them out of town. The men her marriage was Marguerite ZelL
«re given tickets to Ebro, a small ; She was born in the Dutch Indies and
town thirty miles weat, and told not j claims Dutch nationality.
to come back. + + +
+ . . Vice-Admiral Njegovan, commander
i of the Austrian fleet, in an interview
The movement of American troops ! giTen to the Neue Presae, de-
*> France will be carried on absolute- cUred he did not believe ^ subma.
ly without publicity if the present pol- \ would brlnc a deciaion ln
Acy of the War Department remains war
unaltered Secretary Baker and some j + + +
of his military adviaers believe no A flurry of mumps and measles
word should be published of the ar-' General Pershing's "Sammies-
rival of troops abroad and it is prob- ^ been ann0Unced under control by
able that this will be made clear to medical corps in a report showing
all newspapers and press association* the general health of the American
huysen, Gronna, Hale. Harding. John-
son of California. Jones of Washing-
ton, Kellogg, Kenyon, Knox. LaFol*
lette, McCumber, McNarry. Nelson,
New, Norris. Page, Poindexter, Sher-
man. Smith of Michigan. Smoot. Sten
ling, Southerland and Watson—29. j
Total for. 65.
More Germ Plasters Found.
Free port, 111.—Tetanus germs have
been revealed in court plaster sold
here about ten days ago by a crippled
J Ain't It So? J
* You'll only find what you left be- 5
$ hind. j
* For there's nothing really new. a
* It's a knock to yourself when J
* you knock your town, J
it It Isn't your town—It's yoa. a
If you want to live in the kind
of a town
Like the kind of a town you
Tou needn't slip your clothes
in a grip
And start on a long, long hike.
To Drive Out Milarta
And Build Up Tbe System
Take the Old Standard GROVE S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what yon ar* taking, as tM formula ia
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Qainin* drives out malaria, th* Don
builds ap th* syst*m. 6o cents.
Rlpp—What kind of a screen artist
Kapp—He can draw anything but a
Kalary. and make anything but a liv-
in forthcoming regulations.
♦ ♦ ♦
Rati mating the cost of the war for
the coming year at 110,735,807,000. ex-
clusive of loans to the Allies, the ad-
ministration has informed Congress
that new revenues totaling 7 billion
dollars must M raised from taxation
or iMuance of aecuritles.
♦ ♦ ♦
Food price* ar* going down, accord-
ing to Walter B Timings, represent
+ ♦ +
Eight mien are known to have per-
ished and a number are missing in a
fire that swept the Spruce River Val-
ley, fifteen miles northeast
B. C. Sixty-odd men and
ty teams were trapped
the Elk Lumber Company, situated in
a blind valley, and tbeir flight over
th* mountain waa most difficult.
♦ ♦ T
TM British cruiser Ariadne of 11^
000 tooa. has been torpedoed and sunk.
Mariage Brokers Thriving.
New Pork.—Agents of the depart,
ment of justice are conducting an in-
vestigation here to learn if marriage
brokers have been supplying women
as wives for men seeking to avoid
being drafted into the national army.
The investigation is said to be the
result of two days' work by members
of the department after they discov-
ered that many of the men applying
for marriage licenses knew little or
nothing about the women they were
seeking to marry, beyond the necea-
aary facta to obtain a license.
Norway Is Hungry.
Washington —Norway, facing star-
vation if the United States cuts off
exports of food, is ready to release a
million tons of her shipping in return
for the privilege of importing food—
Real towns are not made
Lest somebody else gets
When everyone works and no- .
body shirks J
You can raise a town from tbe a
* And if you can make your per-
His Chief Worry.
War Gardener—By the way, how
did you fellows get ln the house?
Burglar—We came through the baak
War Gardener (excitedly)—Great
Scott! I hope you didn't step on my
Your neighbor can make one,
Your town will be what you
want to aee;
It Isn't your town—It's you.
Mr. Plpple—This Is a very healthy
Mr. Ripple—I must say this tow* [
holds the record for health.
Mr. Plpple—My father died here at
eighty-four, and my grandfather died
at one hundred and forty.
Mr. Ripple—fine hundred and forty?
Mr. Plpple—Broad street.
Getting Privacy AMut Home.
Within the last few years Ameri-
. . .. .. „ «ms have begun to discover that the
principany from the I nited State*. ,and aboat the,r hnw nhoM ^
v *» . . owui lutrir ii'itwr »ii«>ukj wc
* ' . . ' * thre* ed as a part of the home and that It
^rmana „hould ^ the rhmrm of ,nt,
ast of Fernie, h"e d«,in>yed one mill on^: :Norway ,n„ ri ^ haT, reTertcd lo
d about twen- no" a^» one ™i'llon .for ,h" °»n the way, of the early Colonial day.,
in a camp of L " l!**! the fence was not only a pro-
Speaking of Vegetables
A young married lady was explain-
ing the difference between silver and
electro to a small domestic, and said :
"Mary, you will always find a 'lion'
on anything that is real sliver."
"Yes. mum." said Mary, "I'll remem-
ber. and I've heard say as there Is
always carrots on gold, though I ain't
tag tbe Wboleaale Groeafs Asaocia according to aa offlcla: statement la-
ta tMUiaony Mfor* tbe joint ,„«*! by tb* Britiah admiralty Thirty
«U*e coMMtttee at New York H* member, ot tbe Ariadne's cm
1 artaa* would M much lower vera killed by tM explosion. All tb*
•(Mr sailor* wer* aavad
Upaist </(tM far t w*a ♦ ♦ ♦
ty III |I ta b* batlt by tM T*rry England is going to fit pni*. for
aMaMiMtac roapssr for tM t aiud toa*» to arevaat i^Utlo.
P»m« Corporatioa nddWaa.
tar a > a*w piaai. Lar4 toad 4leu.u»» aaa«*ac
, k ttt|W|H _ *d d*t*rwta*t«oa to tak* *acb at
• ttsa «■ tb* Unas* *f Uri* recaM'v
mainder to the carrying needs of other ,""7 'mL iST
„„ntri„ . .. ' " tectlon hut an ornamental part af tM
countries, ir she is supplied with , 0_ , .. . .
grounds. Some of the fences around
the old housea In Sal«»m. Mas*.; In
Gen. M. G. Otis Dead Charleston. S. G, and elsewhere bear
Lo* Angeles. Calif -Gen. Harr.son to the state and dignity of th.
persons who lived Mhlnd them, and
through th» gate* ooe still g**a
glimpse* of charms that would lo** by
Mlf If they were not arHuded and kept
for tM pv-raoaa who II v* la tM boose*
of wblrb tMy form tM Mftlag
W* «r* r-r-a borrowtac tM for*tg»
Msttatlngly of turnlag oar
Mma aboat. witb tbHr backs ta tM
MT*«t aad •Mir froat* ta a sards* of
laws aad Mm which May M aa
aad frsaly ea)*y*d aa tM M*at
She—In a battle of tongues a wom-
an can hold her own.
He—Yes. perhaps she can. but she
The Juice of two fresh lemons
strained Into a bottle containing three
ounces of orchard white makes a
whole quarter pint of tbe most re-
markable lemon skin beautifier at
about the cost one must pay for a
small Jar of the ordinary cold creams.
Care should be taken to strain tbe lem-
on Juice through a fine cloth so no lem-
on pulp gets ln, then this lotion will
keep fresh for months. Every woman
knows that lemon Juice la used to
bleach and remove such blemishes as
freckles, sallowness and tan. and is
the Ideal skin softener, smoothener
Just try It! Make up a quarter pint
of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion
and massage it daily Into the face,
neck, arms and hands. It should nat-
urally help to whiten, soften, freshen,
and bring out the hidden roses and
beauty of any skin. It is wonderful
for rough, red hands.
Your druggist will sell three ounces
of orchard white at little cost, and any
grocer will supply the lemons. Adv.
We never heard of a husband and
wife quarreling about which loved th.
other the most.
Gray Otis, president and general man-
ager of the Lo* Angel** Times. l ed
at tM home Mre of his son in law,
Harry ("handler Th* death of <>aa-
•ral oti* occurred while ne was at
breakfast Heart dlssaat «** *a.d ta
hav* M*a tM ea?** Altbaagh M had
suffered occaswaal attarka of Ula*aa
racaatly General Otis bad be** at bia
4**k la tM Tim** oOe* a*ariy *v*ry
day wttbla tM last taw w**M Aboat
« ya*r ago M **ff*rad aa attack af
ON PIRtT SYMPTOMS
use "Renovine" and M cured. Do not
wait until tbe heart organ Is beyond
repair. "Renovlae" la tbe heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c aad $1.00.—Adv
A Jungle Jofc*.
First Monk—My brother went to
America a ixl aecured a ponltlna as
flMoad Mnak—A ra*bler to what*
Pit* Moak — T* an orgaa arladM
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