The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, August 10, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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•Ul* council of defense *lll b* held
<wrl» n«ti week lo detsrmlBe whether
a in*® tins of farmers. banker* an4
■(■I* .(finals shall b* li*ld to pr *lJa
i •oluiloa tor lb* ■iiuatioB.
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A HINT TO Wltl WOMEN.
Doo't suffer torture when all female
troubles will vanish in thin air after using
"Fenianina." Prica joc and It.oo—Ad*.
Wn» It because \va*h day come* next
to Sunday that somebody told how
cleanliness Is next to godliness?
Love hinds some men. and makes
lots of others too nearsighted for mili-
ObmIim Tichats Ara Poaaiblity.
liaaolin* tlckeia to curtail unneces-
! aary uae may be In uaa In Oklaboma
within a month ualeaa ikerw Is a great
voluatary de reaae In tba ua* of gaao-
Ua* for driving pleasure cars, accord-
lag to J. M Aydolatte. chairman at
tka atat* council of dafenaa
"Tba coaaarvatloa of gasoline la ono
of tba most Importaat questions with
which tba state council baa to deal."
aald Mr. Aydolotta. Uasollna Is to be
an Important factor la the war. It la
naadad to drive vehicles of war m
land, saa and in tha air.
"Extravagance la tne use of gasoline
may mean a prolongation of tba war.
Each gallon of 'gaa' that la burnad la
Joyriding and pleasure trips may
mean Just ao many mora lives aa a
war sacrifice." »
The state council of defense Is mak-
ing every effort possible to obtain vol-
untary economy In gasoline. The
members believe It will be necessary
to isaue gasoline cards, and allow a
man to purchase so much gasoline
week, a check balng kept on tbe
Naval Recruit—Ship ahoy!
Officer of the Deck—Where away?
Naval Recruit—Far away.
First Hobo—I have at last thought
of a Job I think I would like.
Second Hobo—What Is it?
First Hobo—Lineman In a wireless
telegraph company.—Chicago Herald.
Used to Them.
Mrs. Jones—The paper says that
the charges of company A were terri-
Mr. Jones—I'm not surprised at
that; Captain Zlnk Is a dentist.—
Try This on Chlggera.
Collodion Is said to give relief from
the Irritation caused by the bites of
chlggers. Collodion Is a solution of
gun cotton In alcohol and ether. When
it Is applied to the skin, the alcohol
and ether evaporate, leaving a color-
less film which adheres to the skin.
An application of collodion is excel-
lent treatment for hang nails. The
bottle should be kept tightly corked.
A Perfect Day
should end—— well as
begin—with • perfect
A crisp, delicious food,
containing the entire
nutriment of whole wheat
and barley, including the
vital mineral element*
so richly provided by
Nature in these grains.
Every table should
have its daily ration of
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pronptly and good ca.^s :s shown for
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ths rommisalonar of lnt*riMl f*venu>
that tb* penally M not »aM.«a*d
Fsyni*nt of lb* federal tas on tbs> 1
atsrs. pool bslia. and tbs tat which I
doctors and dsntlata must pay is due
this wMk. after which a penalty of SO
per csnt Is attached Pool halls sr*
taxed IS for sach tabl*. doctors ar*
taxed 01 each, and th«atera ara taxsd
on a graduated scale, according to
seating rapacity and populatlas of the
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"I wa« prrtui'M to try Tanlac and
It baa made me eat and sleep belter
than I have l».-n able to In year*. My
rbeumatlain la all rmv and I feel
airong and built u|* In every way. I
look on my*elf a* a w.-ll man today,
for Tanlae •-vrtnlnly siralgbtened me
out and I believe It will da lh^ same
for anyiine el»e who suffers like I did."
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Roada Called nO To Pay State Tax.
Six railroad companies were noti-
fied that they should qualify to do
business under a law passed by the
sixth legislature. The law authorizea
foreign corporationa to do business in
the state on the payment of a fee of
one-tenth of 1 per cent of the amount
of the capital Invested within the
A law replaced by the new measure
required foreign corporations to pay
a tax of one-tenth of 1 per cent of
their entire capital stock in order to
do business in the state. This tax the
corporations refused to pay, and their
action waa upheld by the supreme
The roads notified wer the Atchi-
son, Topeka & Santa Fe, the Fort
Smith A Western, the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific, and the Missouri.
Kansas and Texas. Notice was alto
lent to the American Express Com-
pany. The Frisco has paid Its fee.
Earp'a Salary Held Up.
Ganeral Earp draws »1,800 a year as
adjutant general. The last lsglslaturs
appropriated $700 a year to pay ths
salary of cuatodlan for the capltcl and
stipulated that the place should De
filled by ths adjutant general.
Howard contends that it is unlawful
for Earp to draw pay as cuatodlan of
ths capitol because It is unconstitu-
tional for the salary of an officer to
bs Increased during his tenure and
also maintains that it is unlawful for
a man to draw salaries from holding
two state offices.
A similar situation caused the turn-
ing down of the salary of Doctor Long,
who as dean of ths school of medicine
of the University of Oklahoma re-
ceives 1250 a month from the stats.
The sixth legislature provided that the
university hospital director should
serve as medical advisor to the indu3
trial commission and that he shouid
receive $100 for this service.
The bill making tbis provision Bpo
clflcallv provided that the act should
not be unconstitutional, but Mr. How-
ard says this makes it none the less
■o. Ths bills making the appropria-
tions went into effect July 1
Cantonment at Ft. Sill Bsgun.
Ths work on tbs nsttonal guard can-
foment to be erected at Fort Sill, was
begun with the brsahlng of gronnd
where the buildings are to stand.
Daniel Brock, of tM Selden Breck Con-
struction Company of 8t Louis, is
Mrs with a largs fore* of a*s. sspsr
vtstac tbs work A rail has bssa saat
oat for sU available labor la Uvtsa
aad vtrtalty for sm la tb* coastroc-
tloa of ths mm p. TmprorsraeaU oa
tM railroad iM raaalag frsM tM
Rncfc Island statMa si VMt BUI wsrs
Appsllats Board Psrfssts Orgjntestlsn
Dr. John W. Duks, Quthrls. was
alsctsd chairman of ths appsllats ex-
emption board for ths wsstern district
of Oklahoma at ita first meeting. R.
E. Stafford was chosen sscrstarv.
Immediately after ths organisation
of the board waa perfected, the Board
adjourned to meet again oik racsl,t of
Instructions from Washington. Be-
sides Doctor Duks and Mr. Btaftord,
the members of ths sppsllats exemp-
tion board for the western dlstrio- of
Oklahoma are C. H. Parker of Bold.
J. H. Whltehourst of Sayre and Ollls
S. Wilson of Oklahoma City. All mem-
bers of the board were prerint.
All three sppellate exemption boards
of the state held their meetings Tu»s
day. oard No. 1 of the eastern dis-
trict met at McAlester and Bpard No.
2 at Holdenville.
BABIKO AND GROWING CHILDREN
need a tonic to tone up the system snd
regulate the liver. Mothers sre con-
stantly using with wonderful succeM.
our "Plantation" Chill nnd Fever Ton-
' Ic. Plensnnt to take—contains no Cal
otnel. Price 50c.—Adv.
With the exception of ourselves no
one ever does thing* us they should
Not our claims alone, but
thousands of satisfied users
and their verdicts, declare
a very superior product
—The one general-purpose
milling that has earosd its
reputation—not upon clamoring
print, but upon practical home
results. TRY IT!
Oklahoma City Mill it Elevator Co.
DIssgrMBbts and Dsngsrous Troubls
Is diarrhea, but a speedy and certain
cure Is found in Mississippi Diarrhea
Cordial. Price 2.V and 50c.—Adv.
A innn's friends will say he Is retlr-
Iiik und others will any he's sleepy.
Self-made men und home-made fur-
niture may l»e strong and reliable, and
beautifully polished by hard rubs.
Truth crushed to earth will rise
agnln—and the crushing nnd rising
One to thiMB csra, good, I
your Wintar pastor*.
IIKIIIII nil's llir «ni"iiu.(| sa.a*. . .".ua .
constitute a continuous performance. W. N. U., Oklahoma City, Ns. >2-1117.
The Ray Shortage.
The schcol land commissior, which
has come to be a clearing h:>us«. for
capitol quarrels, had an airing o* the
Claude Ray shortage case wl.eD Gov-
ernor Williams demanded a nltemized
Itat of the claims against Ray * bonds-
It was stated that a list o'. claims
against the surety companiej would
have to be filed by August 19 the ex>
piration cf the 90 day time lirrit. T e
governor said the state examiner and
inspector's force had been wr.king on
Ray's books for months and that there
was no prospect of a rerort in time to
•fl'e it. He called Colin Valentine, dep-
uty examiner and inspector In char e
of the Ray Investigation, Into the
Charters Issued Keep increasing.
An increase of 268 psr cent In ths
amount of revenue turned Into the
state from his office is shown by ths
annual report of Secretary of State
Lyon. In the fiscal year, which ended
June 30, revenue totalling $289,360.68
waa collected by Lyon. Ths greater
part of this was from charters, the
amount from this source being $272,-
736.37. There were 985 more Instru-
ments of record filed than the year
1916, and 1,827 more than in 1915.
The report shows the total expenses
of the department last year to be $14,-
48 Million Barrels OM~First « Months.
During the first six months of 1917
Oklahoma oil wells produced 48,750,-
000 barrels of oil. In the same period
of time Kansas oil wells produced only
13,525.000 barrels, or Just slightly
more than a quarter as much as was
produced In this state.
The gas output in Oklahoma for that
length of time was 1,207,000.000 cubic
feet. Approximately 95.600.000 cubic
feet of gas was produced in Kan saa
from January 1. 1917. to June 30. 1917
and for the same time Arkansas' gas
production was 32.000.000 cubic feet.
A BIG TOURING CAR FOR FIVE PEOPLE
Troop B Psssss Federal Muster.
Troop B. First Oklshoma cavalry,
underwent a rigid federal Inspection
.ast wsek. at tbs armory Colonel
Tats of tbs Fifth Ualtsd States cav-
alry. who is InspscUag Oklahoma
troops, conducted tM iMpectioa Ths
troop went through two hoars of dls-
Mouated drill. ladadMg tM asasai
of anas aad fool somsmU WW-
Per Gal. of Gas
234 stock model Saxon "Sixes" travel 70,200 miles July
18 and set grand average of 25.9 miles per gaL of gas
To give a national demonstration
of the remarkable gasoline econ-
omy of Saxon "Six", 234 Saxon
dealers joined in a 300 mile drive
A grand sverags of 85.9 miles per gal-
lon of gasoline was registered for the
70,200 miles of trsvsL.
Consider thst this run took plsce in 134
different psrts of ths country, under 234
different sets of conditions, over 134 dif-
ferent kinds of roads.
Consider thst the** 134 cm Mere stock
not "toned op"
Thst proves thst this 15.9 miles psr
gsllon of gssolins is the ordinary, the
average performance of 134 Saxon
"Sizes" taken right out of stock.
And it proves ss nothing elM would
prove, the gssoline economy your Saxon
'Six" will give you. No other car in
its dsss can mstch this record.
Furthermore, thsM 134 Saxon "Sixes"
sveraged \75 miles per quart of oiL
And not a sngl* instsnc* of mechanical
trouble occurred throughout the entire
There is ths proof that Saaoa "■«" Ib
ymr kind of a car. Priosftakl
Snn Motor Car
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