The Maramec News (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 18, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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MARA MEC, OKL
Wm Mrs. Bowling’s Concrptioa of
Lif9 at One Tin* Hunk*
^ Differently Now.
Loveland, Ky.—‘'When I first w rote
you, I was feeling so miserable, that
life wasn't worth living." So write*.
In a recent letter, Mrs. Anna Howling,
of thia place.
"I **s in bad shape, my left side
hurt so, at times, I could hardly bear
it. and I could not He on that side at
all. 1 also had another
serious symptom of womanly trouble.
I finally decided to give Cardui, the
woman's tonic, a trial, so 1 purchased
a bottle, and by tho time I had taken
it, 1 felt better In every way, so 1
got another bottle, and it straightened
me out entirely. *
1 feel as well now as I ever did In
my life, and 1 can be safe In saying
that Cardui Is the best medicine on
earth for women. I had little faith
in it before I commenced taking It.
but now I would not exchange it for
all the other medicines.**
Are you one of those poor women
sufferers, who feel that life Is hardly
worth the living? Ilnve you that ever-
lastingly tired, nervous, worn out
headachy feeling? if „o. get a hot
tie of Cnrdui and begin taking it to
day. No doubt It is the very med!
cine you need.
William Corcoran Eustls. the effl
clent chairman of the Washington in
augural committee, said the other day
of a proposed Inaugural economy:
"No. that would look odd. It would
look too much like Scrooge.
Scrooge, at a board meeting, cut
his finger and asked for a pieco of
sticking plaster. Nobody had any
plaster, but a merchant handed
Scrooge a twocont stamp.
*“Fut that on.* he said. ‘It will stop
the flow of blood.*
Oh, thank you,' snld Scrooge; and
drawing forth his wallet, ho deposited
the two-rent stamp tli.in, taking out
a one-cont stamp of his own. which
he proceeded to nflix upon his hurt.'*—
Look for Look.
Mrs. kve While I was going down
town on the car this morning the
conductor came along and looked at
me as If I hadn't paid my fare.
Eve- Well, w hat did y. u do?
Mrs. Eve—I looked at him as If 1
Mrs Caddy, please let me see
rour old cat”
'What do you mean, child? I’ve
;ot no old cat.”
The one mamma said she had to
'ome and see wheu she started here.*'
How can you tell if a purse is real
I don t know, but I suppose you
ught to be able to tell by the snap *
Merlin In 1911 consumed 577,5.17 791
ounds of milk.
Apparently, with Advancing Age.
"At the age of 50 years I collapsed
om excessive c-offee drinking,' writes
man In Mo. For four years I sham- .
led about with the aid of crutches or*
me. most of tiio time unable to
ess myself without help.
"My feet were greatly swollen, my
ght arm was shrunken and twisted
ward, the fingers of nn right hand
ere clenched and could not he ex
"ded except with great effort and
in. Nothing seemed to give me more
an temporary relief.
“Now. during all this time and for
iout 90 years previously, I drank
ily an average of G cups of strong
fTce rarely missing a meal.
"My wife at last took tny case into
r own hands and bought some
slum. Sit*' made it according to di-
ctions and I liked it fullv as well
the best high grade coffee
Improvement set in at once. In
out G months I began to work a lit-
. and in less (han a year 1 was very
iclt better. Improving rapidly from
y to day. I am now In far better
tint titan most men of my years
1 apparently growing stronger with
I am busy every day at some kind
work and am able to keep up with
procession without a cane. The
it itnd hand that were once almost
less, now ke, T. fa, all id in n.p'dity
movement and beauty of penman-
p"‘,,,,n r° ^awe
ek, Mich. \, rite for ropy of the lit-
book, 'Tlie Hoad to WellvlIJe ”
’osturn comes in two forms:
raular Postum must be well boiled
ictant Postum is a soluble powder
teaspoonful dissolves nulcklv in a
of hot water and, with the ahdi-
of cream and Sugar makes a de-
ms beverage Instantly,
rhere’s a reason’’ for Tostum.
OKLAHOMA’S GREATEST STATE FUR
I OPENS TUESDAY; FEATURES BY MTS
' srcr&w as.
that it is the ‘biggcst 'sta/e K^ andV-x.s.Tm0 pr°Krtt"/' >et incomplete, show*
TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, OPENING DAY.
f* t, * i,°.C °ck* ,nc,udi“K 2:30 trot and 2:2u pace Great Patterson ShowT
of' gr tinda tand. tr°°P‘ dr‘,U ^ “‘—-era. "immense a.ghf.hoTin'fmnt
WJDN|E?DAY’ SEPT 24’ GERMAN DAY AND FRUIT GROWERS* DAY.
Fariii,pwa„i!r0Kui*,nf a£Tan*ed by ,he“e organizations. Judging of Poultrv
THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, STATE DAY AND WOMEN’S CLUBS.
5r»ry* d»r*17 where‘ “■ »•
FRIDAY. SEPT. 26. EDUCATIONAL. PRESS AND AD CLUB W C T U
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT DEALERS AND JERSEY BREEDERS’ DAY
vaudeville features. U. S. TrJlopt" PatUrsonlhow's01 m^nae Nig°ht “ram*
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, OKLAHOMA TRAVELERS DAY AND CATTLE-
CllntoniKMand°fwhh b'K r*UnioKrf? KmPha*‘«* Riven live stock Industry.
SUNDAY. SEPT. 28, MUSIC DAY.
mnrnS.nC/eV0nCert8 b7 Na,,e,,oa ^nd and Famous Grand Opera Singers
T,,S ' LtrnOOD ,and evcn,nR- U. S. Troops in Model Military Uarno The
Patterson Shows. Immense Night Program In front of grandstand.
MONDAY, SEPT. 29, SOLDIERS’ DAY
tilers in war maneuvers. Race program Includes 2:24 trot and 2 09 D ice dash
Judging of Better Babies, Shorthorn Cattle. Percheron Horses World's best
jaudet'iHe and Patterson Shows. OPENING OF FOURTH ANNUA 1 OKI \
fiveAnightsE SHOW ,n 1 ,ve stock paviuon It t™p?u!toe
TUESDAY, *EPT. 30, KENTUCKY DAY, SWINE BREEDERS’ DAY, SOCIAL*
, S?ec,.aI Pr°srnms by these organizations. Usual silo, mllklne machine
and plowing demonstrations. Judging of Better Babies Hereford rattle Per
£"°»- ,*"d. Ho?*.. N.U.uS“B.?rb5d«S!Sm'^S
Hand and other bauds at different point*. U. S Soldiers in daily dri'ls an 1
eludes'2M2 frorr rnd,°ra8,n*ersd,irinRwifthS
twenty at1tTnefPotnEda8|1t and214 Pace- The Great Patterson Shows, with
Du.S£”a™p“„ danger,and ‘"'"““"S lh0 Thre°
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, YOUNG MEN’S DEMOCRATIC CLUBS, KNIGHTS
FncueKBcK1°nafAut0 Po,° JudK,n& of Better Babies, Aberdeen-Angus Cattle
Fngltsh Shire German Coach, Cleveland Bay Horses. Boys' Pig Club Contest’
Race program includes 2:25 pace and usual number of running races Natiello's
nfJht ofdCrea°tBHori 1?/' Pat,erson Shows. U. S Soldiers Third
night of Great Horse Show and big features In Mammoth Livestock Pavilion.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, DERBY DAY. OKLAHOMA FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS*
DAY, BEE KEEPERS DAY.
n naPe^,al. ProRrams by all these organizations Judging of Better Babies
Po led Durham Cattle. Steer Classes; Hackney and French Coach Horses’
dangerou^ 8TCt% *AUTO^OLO^ThrflM** M'“e8 ***' ^ °f ’h° " or,d 8 Inost’
uaiigerous sport, ALTO 1 OLO. Thrilling maneuvers of soldiers. Daily grand
U 8a°t»Ve KlBom Scharf and Joseph C. Ramser. who accompany
^20 trot* rfeat pB“n,,inB ^Oklahoma Derby; race program also Including
amf other feature’s 8°n Sh0W8 °klahonia Horse Show, the Three Button*
FRIDAY, OCT. 3, AUTOMOBILE AND LIVE STOCK DAY.
a AM °f Jhe ,w®T)d’8 fastest circular dirt track cars, driven by such sne< d
demons as Louis Dlsbrow, "Wild Bill” Endieott. "Heine" Ulbrirbt Joe \ikrent
“d «??«• Jud«inB of Better Babies. Standard Bred. Ameren Callage and
Saddle Horses. Parade of live stock worth nearly a million dollars tl q
U.i £e M"to ““•> o^ra. - Boctef, Hor." 3how >o, U.
A weft aoown clergyunu tells this
•tory to IRuatrato the early age at
which children learn to "notlco”
A young father, not ordinarily given
, to profanity, had slipped Into the
habit of using bad words when, as
too frequently happened, his collar re- •
fused to fasten easily. One day the
collai^-lmpatlently discarded—fell up
on the floor and later was retrieved by
the baby. Just beglunlug to creep and
Bad*, dada” cried the baby, wav
Iny the rejected article of apparel.
* Vca, It belongs to dada” said the
proud parent, snatching up his son
• nd heir. "Now baby tell papa 1U
I>ada's damn," came the cooing re
"Your cows moo in a moat peculiar
1 he Instinct for self preservation
develops animals” remarked the farm-
er. "Them cow* don’t want to be
run over by the pesky autos, so they
are learniug to honk “—Judge.
Peru exported over 9,000,000 pounds
of rice In 1911.
"I understand that your friend, the
fastidious Mr. nuiey. didn't marry his
"No. he thought better of It and
married her mother.’’--Cleveland
Repenting at Leisure.
Shimmerpate—I understand Ream
brough fell in love with bis wife at
Hemmandway—Yea; and now he Is
•orry he didnt' take a second look.—
Friend—What’s the matter?
1 In-atrlcal Manager—I'm debating
whether to put on a play that’s recom
mended by doctors or one that’* ap-
proved by the clergy.—Judge.
is made when your physi-
cal condition is normal.
Sickly persons are always
badly handicapped be-
cause they lack the stam-
ina and strength necessary
to win. Try a bottle of
It restores the appetite,aids
digestion and in everyway
helps you back to health
and strength. Get a bottle
today. Avoid substitutes.
When a woman suffering from some form of feminine
friMenVh-r ^ ^ ^ 0peration is necessary. it of course
The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
surgeons knife strikes terror to her heart, and no wonder.
t is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage
w lere an operation is the only resource, but thousands of
women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking
Lydia E Pmkham’s Vegetable Compound. This fact is
attested by the grateful letters they write to us after their
health has been restored.
The8« Jwo Women Prove Our Claim.
Cary. Maine.—“ I feel it a duty I
owe to all suftering women to tell
what Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable
Compound did for me. One year ago
I found myself a terrible sufferer.
I had pains in both sides and such a
soreness 1 could scarcely staighten
”” °* *’ Mv back ached, I had
and was so nervous I
up at times,
could not s
uui sleep, then I would he so
tirp<l morning’s th«it I could scircHy.
pet around. It seemed almost im-
possible to move or do a bit of work
and I thought I never would be any
better until I submitted to an opera-
tion. I commenced taking Lydia E.
Pinkham s \ epetable Compound and
•oon felt like a new woman. I had
no pains, slept well, had good appe-
tite and was fat and could do almost
all my own work for a family of
four. I shall always feel that I owe
my good health to your medicine”
—Mrs. IIaywaki) Sowers, Cary, Me.
Charlotte, N. C—-I was In bad
health for two years, with pains in
both sides and was very nervous. If
I even lifted a chair it would cause
a hemorrhage. I had a growth which
the doctor said was a tumor and I
never would get well unless I had
an operation. A friend advised me
to take Lydia E. Pinkliam’s Vegeta-
ble Compound, and 1 gladlvsav that
I am now enjoying tine health and
am the mother of a nice baby girL
You can use this letter to help other
suffering women”—Mrs. Rosa Sirs.
16 Wyona St., Charlotte, N. C.
WT . V VHOI lUllf, 11. u
Wow answer this question if you can. Why should a wo-
man subnut to a surgical operation without first giving Lydia
E. Pinkham s \ egetable Compound a trial ? Ynn L-nem
A.s,SfTURDAV,’ °CT' 4’ AUT0M0B,LE AND BETTER BABIES. IT O' 1 1 '.'Vr"'e‘,T "^,auu“ w.uiuui nrst giving Lydia
A,h,et.ic gam,e8 bo>’8 of tbe State Fair School. Final demonstration of Pinkham S Vegetable Compound a trial ? Vnu l.nLik.f
All ^^j^^l^^^^^hampUjns^n^hrnUn^racea™8!!!^ ^as?”audevilkf’free! ^ ^ man>’ others“Why should it fail in your case?
Kdw?y untVmldXht. * °f premiums iu Better Babi^ Contest. The r"r -*10 T ----- * “
------ —...... At one time the words "hostel'’ and
to make its principal center in Lanca-, “inn" w ere not confined to licensed
shire It was the subject of the quaint , houses, but were applied to lodsine
and wonderful fable of the “Vegetable j houses. The “inns " of Oxford and
Lamb. The fluffy white fibers of the Cambridge, very numerous before the
bursting cotton pod so resembled introduction of colleges wwere regu-
sheep's wool that travelers reported hated by the college authorities. The
that in Tartary there grew a shrub Inns of Court were provided for the
the fruit or boll of which contained accommodation of law students. In
withinne a lyttle Beaste In Flesche, J olden times country houses of the
In Bone and Bloode. as though it aristocracy, during the absence of the
wpre a lyttle I<ambe with outer wool” owners, were used as ‘'inns." or guest-
ATter the lamb had been eaten the housts. It was thenxthe rule to hung
wool was made Into cloth, continued out as signs the arms of the owners-
this story, which is the earliest Euro hence the origin of pubiic-house signs
pean account of the manufacture of i --—___
cotton. Wall Papers
—--Paper for screens and partitions of
Wooden-Legged Duck Thrives rooms was common in China as early
A wooden legged duck lives and as the fourth century. In the six-
thrives at Airvault. a little village in teenlh century the use of wall paper
Bordeaux. France. At a recent meet- became fashionable in Holland and
ing of the local natural history society soon afterwards it was commonly seen
the chairman told of the duck which in English houses. Originally Chinese
had IIS leg crushed in a stable door, j paptrs were printed from blocks, hand-
Its owner, a peasant woman, ampu painted, or stamped, the desigr s being
tntod the leg and replaced it with a exquisite. Modern printing n»d
For .*?0 years Fydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable ^
mato^llk Noi8t?/1u,ar<1 remedvfor fe-
11 -c>0ii0*>» sic*it with woman’s ailmenta
does justice to herself if she does not trv this fa-
by a woman and heKn?trt!^^jJttdeScl.WCr0d
wooden one which 6he manufactured
herself The duck is now able to get
about the farmyard with perfect ease.
stamping machines made the manufac-
ture of continuous rolls of wall paper
REPEATING RIFLES FOR HUNTING
No matter what vou hunt for or urhara ________
No matter what you hunt for or where you hunt, the answer
to the question “What rifle shall I take?” is—a Wmchester.
*‘nCh‘‘i"’ Co"’ and Red w Brand—art made tor tarh other.
■MrHg TgH HEf*gATINQ AIMS CO.. • NEW HAVEN, CONN.
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The Maramec News (Maramec, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 18, 1913, newspaper, September 18, 1913; Maramec, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc853353/m1/3/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.