The Duke Booster (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, September 20, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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DIDNT KNOW WHAT ALT CMC A*
TION MI ANT.
If you would get up in the world
you might patronize a roof garden.
Smokers iike LEWIS’ Single Binder cigai
for it’s rich mellow quality.* Adv.
Babies and grievances grow larger
with nursing. _
Use Your BacK
Does a Sharp
Pain Hit You?
It’s a sign of
sick kidneys, es-
pecially if the
kidney action is
or too frequent
Do not neglect
any little kidney
ill or the slight
troubles run into
stone or Bright’s
Use Doan’s Kidney Pills. This
good remedy cures bad kidneys.
A TYPICAL CASE—
L. C. Warner. 1005 N. Garfield Are.. Pocatello,
Idaho, aays: “Kidney complaint often confined
Die to bed for weeks. I passed kidney stones
and the pain was terrible. Morphine was my
only relief until 1 used Donn's kidney PHI*.
After taking this remedy tbo stones dissolved
and passed without pain. I am now free from
Get Doan's at any Drug Store, 50c. a Box
, p , Kidney
Doan s puia
MAY SUIT NOW
NCW FARCBLB POUT LAW LIKE* I
LY TO AVEftT KATE WAK
PUBLIC OFFICE* A PUBLIC TRUST
COMPLICATION^ HAVE ARISEN |
Express Companies Want Hearing
Postponed In Order to Have
Time to Compare Post
Ratst and Their Own
Tho Justice—You say you wltunsscd
O’Rourke^No, 01 didn't sec that. Ol
eras too busy lookin’ at th‘ foighL
CRUST COVERED BABY’S HEAD
532 Brunswick St., Baltimore, Md.—
“My baby's face broke out in pimples,
which after bathing would weep and
form scabs until his head and face
were completely covered with a crust
and his hair all fell out. It was cross
and would not sleep. Each day It
spread until his entire face and head
were covered with weeping sores. I
tried several prescriptions, but did not j
find any relief. Then I decided to try
Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
“After using them two or throe
times the sores dried up and after a
half dozen applications all disfigure-
ment disappeared. In less than three
weeks the sores and scales were com-
pletely gone, and baby’s skin as
smooth and clear as when he was first
born. Cuticura Soap and Ointment
cured him.” (Signed) Mrs. Ixjttie V
Steinwedel, Jan. 14, 1912.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book, Add. post
card “Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston.” Adv
Washington—The now parcels post
system hus raised some complica-
tions in the adjustment of express
rates by the interstate commerce com
mission, tast July the commission
ordered radically ebunged methods in
the operation of express companies
and suggested a system of rates and
rate-making to be considered by the
express -officials. Tentatively. Octob-
er 9 was fixed as a date on which the
commission would hear from the ex*
press companies and shippers reas- ,
ons why the proposed rates should I
not become effective.
Into the mass of figures of the tens
of thousands of rates suggested in
the order,’ many errors crept, to cor-
rect which the commission an-
nounced it would issue a supplement-
ary order. It probably will be pub-
lished In a few days.
In view of the unavoidable delay in
the issuance of the corrected order
and in view of, also, the new parcels
post system which afreets directly the
express companies, it is practically
assured the express officials will re-
quest a postponement of the October
hearings, that they may have oppor-
tunity to check and compare the par-
cels post rates and the commission s
rates with their own.
It is probable the commission may
regard such a request as entirely
reasonable. It is desired to secure an
amicable adjustment of the express
rate structure to avoid a long period
GO BACK TO “WET.**
State-wide Prohibition and Grand-
father Clause Lose Out by
Little Rock, Ark.—The latest fig-
ures on the state election indicate that
state-wide prohibition has lost by at
least 12,000 majority in the state.
There ihay be even a larger vote
against the measure. Previous fore-
casts as to loss of other measures
submitted under the initiative and
referendum are verified by later re-
ports, although official returns are not
| all in.
j The municipal bond^ amendment Is
safe unless the courts hold that it
will require a total of all votes cast
at the election Instead of on that par-
ticular question to declare its adop-
tion. The sixty-day legislative ses-
sion amendment to the constitution
Is safe. The grandfather clause Is
hopelessly lost, largely due to the
heavy negro vote.
Many former dry counties under
local option are returning to the wet
WOMEN’S TICKET IN IDAHO.
“The place should seek tbo roan,” said
“This Is a truth abiding;
And should It come In search of me,
1 will not go In hiding.”
A young man who had never testi-
fied before was called before tho court
as a witness In a certain case. He
was somewhat flustered over tho at-
tention that was being paid him, and
mumbled his words so that tho young
woman stenograjjier could not hoar
them distinctly. He was told to speak
plainly and to turn toward the stenog-
“Speak to the stenographer,” said
At that the young man arose and
with a deep bow to the lady said,
“How do you do?”—Satire.
Few callings are more highly es-
teemed than that of the trained nurse.
Miss Ellen Emerson, the granddaugh-
ter of Ralph Waldo Emerson, is a
nurse in the Massachusetts general
hospital at Boston.
Krs. Winslow’s Soottnn? Byrnp for Children
Seething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma-
tion, »U»ys pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle.
The man who shoots at random
never hits the target.
Telit How Sick She Wet And
What Saved Her From
ago 1 was married and went to bouse-
, , .1 . mm keeping. I waa not
feeling well and
could hardly drag
L myself along. I had
r such tired feelings,
I& my back ached* my
IffiK • S sides ached, I bad
fCTMl- IPd bladder trouble aw-
IT ' *ul1?bad, and I could
not eat or sleep. I had
headaches, too, and
P ‘J became almost a ner-
Eii :iivi voua wreck. My doc-
tor told me to go to a hospital. I did
not like that idea very well, so, when I
saw your advertisement in a paper, I
wrote to you for advice, and have done as
you told me. I have taken Lydia EL
Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound and
Liver Pills, and now I have my health.
“ If sick and oiling women would only
know enough to take your medicine, they
would get relief.”—Mrs.BENJ.H.STAN8-
bery, Route 6, Box 18, Upper Sandusky*
If you have mysteridtis pains, irregu-
larity, backache, extreme nervousness*
inflammation, ulceration or displace-
ment, don’t wait too long, but try Lydia
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound now.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham’e
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, has been the standard remedy
for female ills, and such unquestionable
testimony as the above proves the value
of this famous remedy and abonld give
every one confidence.
DEFIANCE Cold Water Starch
makes laundry work a pleasure. 16 oz. pkg. 10a
Pettits Eve Salve
OLD SORES CURED
I' IcepsJArrofuloiis t' lc« r*. V »rlr-o-e I Irem. I ■-
ISUm 1m. J7 V ALLKN. AI. St. Paul. Minn.
FOI M>RY AMI* MACH. SHOP FO* MI.K.
Snap for with llm.f**l capital- No
Competition All mod control-m ■ a Thru In*
town, pop 5,to*, laaado. \ twits. OUs.
Republicans of Feminine Gender Dis-
gusted With Masculines.
Boise City, Idaho—A republican
ticket made up entirely of women can-
didates. will he placed In the field in
Idaho this fall against the regular re-
publican and progresive tickets. The
women members of the republican
party in Idaho have announced that
they have become disgusted with the
wrangling within the party and had
decided to place a ticket of their owp
before the people.
Full Title to
320 Acres in
IN THE GREAT NORTHWEST
New law makes it easy to acquire 320 or 160 acres. Also wonderful
opportunities in sale of 300.000 acres fertile Montana state lands at low prices.
Terms: 15% down, balance in 20 years. Crops this year bigger than everl
LOW FARES VIA GREAT NORTHERN RY. y.
Sept. 25 to Oct 10. $30.25 from Oklahoma City to many points Vp/
in Montana—$35.25 to Idaho, Washington, Oregon and North
Pacific Coast points. Liberal stopovers. / JF
■BB3DDF3S Tickets on sale daily. Sept. 25 to Oct. 10. /
Hr For Colorist Folder and detailed infonna- y
Gnat Nmthera Rw.
Expositor. — 5m
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Ballou, L. A. The Duke Booster (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, September 20, 1912, newspaper, September 20, 1912; Duke, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc826195/m1/3/: accessed March 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.