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TULSA, O K L A., STAR
READY FOR DRY
Great International Congress
Will Be Held in Tulsa.
ENORMOUS CROWD EXPECTED
Tulsa, Okla. 1
meeting of the
saSSm " jB
Farmer and Farm Scientists From
Many Nation Will Take Part In
the Proceedings Five Big
a world-wide or
branch ofllccs In
and members In
sixty, will open
hero on October
22, and the at
tendance Is ex
pected to bo very
large. Tulsa has
been hustling to
dations for the
affair and Is do
Forty acres of
land aro ready
W. R. Motherwell, grounds, and SO
acres more have
been set aside for farm machinery
exhibits and demonstrations. Five
great buildings are under way.
One pavilion, 80 by 100 feet In sire,
will be given up entirely to an exhibit
on which tho United States depart
ment of agrlculturo Is spending $20,
000. Fifty counties of Oklahoma will
show their products In an "Oklahoma
Kafir corn palace." Crop exhibits
from seventeen western states will
be housed In a third building 80 by
300 foot; while a fourth of tho same
size will hold specimens from three
provinces of Cannda and n dozen for
eign countries. Tho now Republic of
China Is spending more than $10,000
to send n collection of Manchurlan
crops to Tulsa for this occasion,
while Russia Is doing ac well on a
great exhibit from all of Its govern
ment dry-farm experiment stations.
A fifth building will be given over en
tirely to a show of the manufactured
crop of products of Oklahoma.
Dry-farming, which is merely a
method of holding rainfall in tho solf
for tho use of growing crops and
which thereby conquers periodical
drought, is a practical necessity over
03 per cent, of tho earth's agricul
tural surface. As a result, tho work
of tho International Dry-Farming
congress extends through many na
tions and Its annual sessions nro at
tended by delegates from many coun
tries. This year farmers nnd farm
scientists nro expected from Argen
tina, Australia, Austria-Hungary, Bel
gium, Ilrazll, Chill, China, Columbia,
Costa Rica, Cuba, Canada, Ecuador,
I-gypt, France, Oreat Britain, Ger
many. India, Japan, Mexico, tho Neth
erlands, New Zealand, Palestine, Para
guay, Persia, Peru. Russia, Spain,
South Africa, Turkey, Uruguay and
The sessions of the congress proper
will last through flvo days, from Oc
tober 27 to 31. Tea subjects will be
mado tho basis of as many meetings
and farmers and farm scientists will
talk about soils, tlllago methods and
machinery, seeds nnd seed breeding,
farm forestry, live stock and dairy
ing, farm education for farmers' chil
dren, farm management and the sav
ing of waste, farm engineering, scien
tific research on farm subjects, the
modem agricultural college and the
farm home. The last-named subject
will be handled through tho Interna
tional Congress of Farm Women, a
branch organization which In Itself
brings out several thousand delegates
annually and which has working sec
tions In many foreign nations.
Hon. W. R. Motherwell, minister of
agriculture for Saskatchewan, Can
ada, Is president of tho International
Dry-Farming congressfor 1913. John
T. DuniB of Tulsa Is the International
New Easy Drink.
A new "lug" for dry but poverty
stricken boozeflghters has been In
vented by the followers of John Bar
loycorn. Tho other morning Paddy Morrison,
who tends bar at a certain prominent
Market street place In Galveston, Tex
as, was calmly wiping the dishes when
a well-dressed young chap came In
tho front door and said.
"I beg pardon, but do you allow
ladles In this place?"
"No, sir," responded Morrison "It'a
agin' tho law."
"Well, that's too bad," muttered the
itranger. "My wife and I Just got
jito town and she's mighty anxious for
t good claret lemonade.
Could' Hardly Care for Chil
dren Finds Health in
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Bovina Center, N.Y. " For six years
I have not had as good health as I havo
now. 1 was very
young when my first
baby was born and
my health was very
bad after that I
was not regular and
I had pains in my
back nnd was so
poorly that I could
hardly take care of
my two children. I
doctored with sev
eral doctors but cot
no better. They told me there was no
help without an operation. I havo used
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
found and it has helped me wonderfully,
do most of my own work now and tako
care of my children. I recommend your
remedies to all suffering women."
Mrs. Willard A. Graham, Care of
Eisworth TUTTLE,Bovina Center.N.Y.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
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herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
drugs, and today holds the record of
being the most successful remedy wa
know for woman's ills. If you need such
a medicine why don't you try it ?
If you have the slightest doubt
thatXydla E. Pink hum's Vegeta
ble Compound will lielpyoti.ivrlto
to Lydia K.lMiikhnm McdlcinoCo.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad
vice. Your letter will ho opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held In strict confidence.
ilUIWIrAUn O lrrUatinn p.uu.1
ilfc WATER wind. llnnkloL f rn
JOHN UTUOMl'SON bOM.S C().,Troj,.V.
DISTURBED AT HIS BUSINESS
Burglar's Neat Plea Might Have Been
Followed by Claim That He Was
Gov. William C. McDonald of Now
Mexico remarked at a recent banquet
that no matter how serious the pre
dicament he may be In tho avcrago
American rarely ever forgets his
tense of humor.
Some tlmo ago, the governor said, a
burglar was caught In tho act of add
ing to his riches In ono of tho big
cities and arrested. On the following
morning bo was haled beforo a mag
istrate. "So your namo Is Jones," said tho
magistrate, asking tho usual question,
"havo you nny occupation?"
"Yes, sir," was tho unruffled re
sponse of tho burglar, "I am a lock
smith by trade, ycr honor."
"A locksmith, eh?" repeated the
magistrate. "What were you doing
when tho pollco entered the house?"
"Working nt-my trade, ycr honor,"
promptly answered tho burglar. "I
was making a bolt for tho door." -Ex-change.
Something Good for
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They are simply wonderful, splen
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Tako them for sick headache. Indiges
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Free sample from Hot Springs Chem
ical Co., Hot Springs, Ark.
"Charllo Is so systematic."
"I asked him In my laBt letter If ho
liked my eyes, and now ho refers me
to his communication of February 24.
Says bo treated tho subject exhaust
ively In that communication."
"What do you think? Mayme's
affinity Is a shoemaker!"
"The very man to be a sole mate."
Monoplanes are as safo as biplanes,
both as to stability In flight and struc
tural strength, according to tho find
ings of an English military board.
Laboring toward distant alms Bets
the mind In a higher key and puts us
at our best. Parkhurst.
UNCLE IN A WORRYING MOOD
Otherwise It Is Possible He Might
Not Have Made This Somewhat
Tho New York Trlbuuo tells of a
quaint old negro who stepped up to
tho window of tho ticket ofllco and
hurriedly demanded a ticket for Pig
"Plcasuro trip, undo?" asked tho
"No, still ; my nephew's vo'y low,
Euh. Hopo do train won' bo long
"About ten minutes, uncle," tho
clerk reassured him.
The old man went to tho platform,
nnd studied tho bulletin-board seri
ously. "Did jou say my train would
bo 'long in ten minutes, suh?" he
"I Jest nxed you, suh, 'causo I nln't
got my rabbit foot 'bout me, nnd dnt
dero board says. 'AH trains on tlmo
'cept one,' nnd I was Jest Ilgurln dat
ono would bo mine."
"All the trains are on time. Somo
ono's tampered with tho bulletin
board!" declared tho clerk excitedly,
and rushed to tho platform.
Ito stared for a moment at thu
board, then nt tho old negro. Slow
ly his face relaxed Into a broad grin
Tho bulletin board read'
"All trains on time Sept. 1."
Good Old Hymn at the Wrong Time.
Whllo Hilly Sunday was holding ono
of his famous meetings In Wichita,
Knn., his company of workers seemed
tc find In a foremost physician of the
town a subject for special nnd un
usual effort. A group had surrounded
the doctor ono evening, nnd Just ns ho
seemed to be on tho point of yielding
to their exhortations, n zealous sister
In the audience struck up: "The
Great Physician Now Is Near" A
ilpplo ran through tho audience, the
doctor's eyes twinkled nnd Evangelist
Hunday, himself, with difficulty re
pressed a smile. It Is ndded that tho
modlclno man did not "come out" that
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Intelligent Repair Man.
A woman had called at the elec
trician's shop to say that a repair man
ought to come up to her house, as the
electric bell would not ring. A day
passed, and tho repair man did not
make his appearance, so shu ventured
down to tho shop again.
"IIuw Is it you didn't Bond a man to
fix my boll?" she asked.
"I did send him," replied the em
ployer. "Ho camo hack and told mo
that he rang three times nnd thoro
was no nnswer, so ho took it for
emitted that no ono was at home."
Now York Evening Post.
Effecting a Compromise.
Tho president of a western collego
was spending some time In n largo
eastern city. In order to study condi
tions In tho city ho occasionally took
Ills meals In tho poorer rcstnutants.
Ono morning tho wnitrcss brought him
some breakfast food that was wormy.
Ho called her nttcntlon to tho fact. Tho
waitress said sho would go Into the
kitchen and see what could bo done
nbout It. In a few moments sho re
turned, and rtald: "Since tho brenlfnst
food Is wormy, you may havo It for
five cents." Harper's Magazine
After tho flro that destroyed liar
nunj'a museum, tho proprietor consult
ed Ills friends ns to his wisest course.
Ho told them ho had a fortune, and
could easily rettro from nctlvo busi
ness. Among his friends was Horace Gree
ley. "What shall I do?" nsked Ilarnum.
"If I were you," replied Greeley, "I
would go fishing. I'vo been trying for
thirty years to go fishing, and havo
never been ablo to do It." Youth's
Grove Ollllj Ala.: Hunt's MgUtning
Oil cured my wife of a severe caso of
nhcumotlsm and my friend of tooth
ache. I surely bcllcvo It Is good for
nil you claim for It. A. U. Stringer.
25 nnd GOc bottles. All dealers. Adv.
Hill I didn't" sco your brother at
tho dog show?
Jill No, the poor "mut" couldn't
Helle And when you saw her you
say sho was shading her eyes with her
Ilculah No, only her eyebrows.
Home for Tired Women.
Mrs. Nathanlal Thayer of lionton
Una given beautiful home it t Lancas
ter, Mass., for a summer vacation re
sort for poor overworked women of
tho city. Sho culls tho place "Good
rest," and only tight or ten women
will bo entertained nt n time. These
women havo been recommended to
Miss Nichols, who has charge of the
home, and they are kept Just an long
as sho sees lit.
Their Business Needs.
''Doctors are not necessarily
"Of course not." '
"Yet how can they mean It when
they wish peoplo well?"
"Thero Is ono good thing to bo said
"What was that?"
"When ho was caught- he did not
blame It all on Sapphlra."
I in ft ititnt'S nflrn rum
ino (U-iriit boil In M'oil Vs truamrUct luenre a ca
HuTc fur ii nr nut to, liortx ormit
Ifcirrn Im1i ti tit-t of drutUu, tmrnrii dnlrni or direct fro a
iimntiltfrtiirrr, tfircna tt 1
M'OlIVs U tlio 1m-i prwTctitlTtmf afl fnrim uf dlMcmpor
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Can quickly be overcome by
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SMAI.I. FILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL I'RKX
Genuine must bear Signature
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A lullrt prriMratli.il uf lorrlL
JUI In rradliala iKikdrulT.
Forltrilorifiv Cnlar anil
Beauty to Gr jr or Faded limit.
vm ami ii wh i.rmrirma.
No thuuRUtful person urs IlijUld blue. It's
oi ijiuo in a iari:i uuitio
Kid Cross Hall 1)1 uo. Adv.
a iilncn oi liluu In a larifu buttlo til water.
Success at poker depends on tho wn
a man Is rained.
rmaisToiuiiv Hria B 11 " aim
Sl8a!fir!l5C!GAR always relmblb.
, W N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 35-1919.
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