The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 3 of 4

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Wichita Falls Route
SAVE YOUR MONEY, PAY
CASH AND THEREFORE LESS
ScconcMiatid Goods of all kinds
?ioyght,S©Id and Exchanged, at
the sacond hand stara
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H. W. WILLIAMS.
Altus, N'35£T Okla.
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like <Jaya. jit use of many tmnaat taaiima*
Tli* h«*i proof of •t»prv»efc»oe dial* Wo. lit your Urug<i»l. Ad
•.•ring is lhal lha pwople ia low Nm. 1.
w. h. m«cord.
LccaI Afant.
C L. FONTAINE
Cm. PuM«i*r A«mI.
••id in tb« rouatry ar* ■"* P™*
paring thair gardena tor plant
ing.
J. H. Apple and family return*
• 1 from T»iu rt*tard»y. fi«}
o.l not hk* tholr new | cation in
tn<l doctdod U> return to
thoir flr«t love, Dokc. lo li*e.
Mr
Mr*. J. A. l{»«oh and ehiMron
who h»v* uu • visit to Mrs.
U^actt'a ilautthur, Mr* l-'r«nk
Tlto'QM, at MVIIinyt >n. rvturaad
Monday •vpimnf. Tn«*y w.-ro
mat ki t » tr«m bv Mr. Kosck,
wb<>|wnt t<» tha d*p »t hi* bug-
gy. While lh« hor*« wa* hr« h«d
and Mr#. Zack Whickar 1. « t *car««d at th«* train, broka
WANTED 1
LOOK THROUGH
BEFORE YOU BUY
and Mr*. VToodard of Olttataojl . and r»n off with the hu^gy.
•{•antiba day .Sunday with Mi**c* Mr K'oacb ran and cought'ii-
Ha**ie W<K>dara »nd iilia Whua. kor*» and irut int<» th buggy*
Mr. .oaard i* Mi#* lieMia'B;Tha hor-t- bagan toeu upaaA
tort lo<»*t)* from hn neat, all
azcept • • « tranu re tinod hit«h
Mil«iJ F«t«nta,. Wb«t uu I <>ntn
Will |*n^ iiiarkvl prU-na at nil tlmtm.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
AT THE ELEVAT03
i'. I.Jobhaon. M»r.
Zi
5
mothar.
W. J. B«ll. who ka* b*en hara
the past two or throo weeko on
business flii**iona, laft I'ue*d»t
evening to male* » visit in Michi*
g«n before returning to hi* ho«a
in Wyoming.
A. 0. Zaigla of Hobart has
been here tha past four or five
diys. He is a cotton buyer, and
it was hoped he would locate
hero permanently and buy cot-
ton, but he decided he would re-
turn home thia week.
The town officials recieved a
message from Oklahoma Ciiy
Duke, Okla
ad. Mr. Riaeh rem lined in the
kuggy ftn'' ".A10 th# I'tJ»ero-
by averting inlarv to him^el'.
A Test for Liviver Complaint
Mentallv Unaanpy* *-Phcically Dull
The Liver, aluggiah and enas- j
live, first shows itself in a mental
state •• unhappy and critical |
Never is there joy in living, as
when the Stooaoch and Liver are
doing their work. Keep your
Liver active and healthy by us-
ing Dr. King's New Life Pilla;
they empty the Bowels freely
Dr. E. P. Miles
Phyaician & Surgeon
KEEP IT HANDY FOR RHEUMATISM
Wheat is in excellent con-
ditiou. Ground ia moist for a
depth of 6 inches or more.
A few farm sales have b!jen
held but Ptock of all kinds is
selling very high. 50 per cent
of the wheat sold for 68 to
7yc a bu. and our millers to-
day are getting $1.40 to 1.60
for the same wheat. Oats is
worth ;">0c; hogs 6c; butter fat I
3qc; and e^gs 25c.
ihat the Legislature had passed I tQn*w up y0U(. stomach, care your
a bill legalizing the incorporation constipation and purify the:
of East Duke, and the bill went riOC(ji 25c, at Druggist.
to the governor today for his Bucklen's Arnica Salve excel-j
signature. This makes East ]ent for piles. Adv.
Du ' e legally incorporated.
The Epworth League Social
was held at the nics home of
Mph. Marsh »ast Friday night.
Many nice garati* were partici-
pated in which rendered much
fun. Nice refreshments of hot
grape juiee and cake was served
to the guests.
The Junior League Social was
held at the home of Mrs. B M.
Wampler's Saturday evening.
They met at the Methodist church
wh<u'9 they were decorated with
valentine emblems and banner
and then marched to the home of
Mrs Wampler's whore they en-
joyed games of amusement. Mrs.
Wampler served them with nice
cake, candy and with delicious
refreshments.
The Liver Regulates the Body
A Sluggish Liver Needs Care
Someone has said that people
with Chronia Liver Complaint
should be shut up awav f cm
humanity, for they are pessimists
and see tnrough a "glass arkly.
Why? Because mental states de-
pend upon physical states. Bil
ioasness, Hesd.ches, Dizziness
and Constipation disappear after
using Dr King'* New Life Pills
£5c at yoar Druggist.
rh« toy Craa.
• <y alter. *t aa «»«Mlr lu»<
j H. ach. <oM » Owv.
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. on In M: t#r»
> Jon*-* «fce nld •'
r„ ^brtut
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No use 'o *quirm and wire
and try to wear out your Rlieu-
| rratism. It will wear you out in-
6 stead. Apply some Sloan's Lin-
^ | ement. Need not rub it in—just
1 let it penetrate all through tha
■ i effected parts, relieve tha sore-
Jiness and draw the pain. You get
^ •ace at once and fenl ho ncuch
Detur you wart to ^»n right out
■»nd tel. other ruffen-tH «.!•-»«:r
Sloan's, Get a brittle " Plonn'8
' Liniment frir 25 cents of any
:nj Irugi.ist and hare it in the h"iise
I — aeainst C ds. Sore ">1 Rv.nl-
™I i, -.-. - T ••rnbnc0,? ••ttic.". and
Lj ike ailments. Your money back
8 if not natisfied, but it doe? giev
Insurance Work U\ almo8t inptant relief. BuyabotU*
j to day.
Residenoa Phone No. T>.
Ofiice Phona No. 1.
Hourn: y to 11 a. m.
iJ to 5 p. m.
B. C. ROSE
Does Aii Kinds of
And.Make the Best
We will save you money
and deliver your goods to your
station.
'GGSfiMA^-FLOYD FURNI-
ture & UNDERTAKING
\Y< handle everything you need to fumisti,
your h<»
Furniture, Stoves, Art Squares,
Matting and Linoleum.
OUR M3YTQ; SEST 80008, LOWEST PRI6E8
Goodman-Floyd Furniture Co.
,, 212-214 N. Main st. Atus, Okla.
Itit iWI SI
FARM. LOANS i nR g B> BELL[
iew ems
■wanhfl, XL 3S33S
I have just received the following new goods;
Pretty designed figured Dinner Sets, Paintp and Oils
and sell as cheap or cheaper than you can get them
elsewhere.
I Sell Cement To Mend
NOTARY PUBLIC.
DUKE, - - OKLA.
THE CITY
Repair Shop.
Bring me your old boots,
shoes, harness, collar^ lines and,
kridleaand let me save you some!
monny
J. W Guvfin.
Coi>Jtam;nc the Great.
f'n-,st.":ittDe I., known iii history *» (
"onftantiue the Groat, *ii? be rn A. P ,
M3, at ancnent Nairsus. r odrrn Nisi,
in what is now Servia. He had s»n
<vntCul life, one story b- ng tha:
• hile on a march at th:1 he: 1 of his
lrniy "ne was so impressed by th?
•;sion of a flaming cross in the sky
u noonday that he trts converted tc
Christianity, adopting for his motto
In hoc signo vinces" I By this sigi- ;
halt thou conquer). He became em-.
• in S'"!« A. P.. s-.-'
, i .au or not he- was a grea* |
r. treated the Christians liberally, j
made Christianity the state religion.!
,nd rec-ived Christian baptism short ;
•y Vfore his d«ath. It was he who
a 33- A. D.. removed the seat of em
•jlre from Rome the «»a«t and founo
^ rt!., ..r.ti»ople, to which he pavu
r.s::>" Conftsntine-potto, city ot
nonstantim-. H a lib ralltr towanl
•he rhr-tian* did met • -aend to
•,.r ;i - «a.*d *B « ' imposing tL
p-Mftjr ob tko.- cto '•Diirar-; |
Tit: —another order 1
BARBER SHOP
E. Watson, Prop.
. South Side Main Street.
| Nice, smooth Hair Cut, Shave f
j a n d 8 h a mpoo, courteous
jt>rea t'mant and everything
kept in sanitary condition.
Best Laundry Service. Bae-
I Uet leaved Tuesday re-
turns Friday.
E. Watson.
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I A-i s5
a . ..-y !. .-j u -• '* -
I
Take
} !!» WOBffl'S r6iii«
m isn a: ^
oeht:*t
Hollis, - - Okla.
Front Rooms Over State Nat'!
.Office Phono No. 1. MaaManoa 68 |
~ 1 ^
SHAKING HANDS W'" FACES '
Lackaye Said John Dre\ a* Only
One With Which Tha ~ould
Be Don*.
Joseph Jefferson and Wilton Lack-
<ye were in the same company oni
ieasou. It was the custom of Mr. Jef-
ferson to respond to curtain calls and
make a speech to the audience. He
tnjoyed it. and the audience enjoyed
It also. Mr. Lackaye. however, al
ways contended that an actor should
oot step out of his part In this man
aer
One night after Mr. Jefferson Uc<i
mada h!s speech and ".an going to hi*
Ires sing-room be met Lackaye.
"Wc";!, Wiltcr.," Jefferson, "fee*
•:d T tonr
"C.i. rty.itu Li.ckave, "the same
jld stcry. Ycj wex:t oat before tV
tudl.-aca and made the usi.-ai LU.a
•What oid 1 »io or &*.y that y-'i would
:all a blunder?"
"Why." ss'.d l^ackave. "you said, "As
I look into your fac- s. I feci ti,st
•ihonld Ilia to *1:: hards with e^cb
usd every one ' "
"Well, what* wrong with thatr
tiked JofTersoa
"Its perfectly absurd," ratorted
Lact aye. "The only face that I *ver
new that cu could shake hand. ^rft>
• ;<iuu u.ew's"—Ueo'ooott *.
Cfmi iit leaky bouse roof, tranglis and any kind
rubber. This cement is guaranteed to holfL
OOKE AND JEE MY HEW STOCK.
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ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of ihedford's
Black-Draught made them breal: o. \ r.nd she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
a
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rbe tteet Took
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ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe,
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suf.'er from any of these complaints, try Black-
Drausht It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five
years of splendid success proves its value. Gx*l for
you*::2 and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 t ts. _

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Walker, T. V. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915, newspaper, February 18, 1915; Duke, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404539/m1/3/ocr/: accessed February 19, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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