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TULSA. OK LA, STAR
are in Town
People Coming for Mile Around for
Wonderful Constipation Remedy
that is Better, Safer and Surer
Tono up jour liver; clean your bow
els of foul wnBte; ilrlvo 'poisonous
gaBes from jour stomach, end consti
pation and feci lino nnd full of energy
in twenty-four hours
Throw away calomel; It's danger
ous; j-ou know It; everybody knows
HOT SPRINGS LIVER HUTTONS
aro dlffcront. They aro harmless; net
gently yet surely on tho bowels nnd
do not causo a particle of after mis
ery. It's a Joyful laxative, nnd more; It's
fine for dizziness, biliousness, sick
headache, sallow skin and rnnlarln
and la ns snfo and splendid for chil
dren ns for grown-up people. Every
body needs them; a box for a quar
ter at nil druggists. Postcard brings
you freo samples from Hot Springs
Chemical Co, Hot Sfirlngs. Ark.
REBUKE THAT WAS DESERVED
Noted Author's Cutting Answer War
ranted by the Exigencies of
Amolla I', llarr. In her nutoblog
raphj-, tolls of hor experience In look
Ing for a "church homo" in "tho big
city. Sho enjujed n sermon by a fa
mous preacher and wroto to ask about
Jolulng bis congregation. An olllcer
of tho church called After the polite
preliminaries ho bald: "Doctor C
would llko to know tho namo of jour
banker." ".My banker," sho replied
In amazement. "I havo no banker."
"You see," ho continued, "ours Is a
very oxtravagunt church I mean In
good works and our members must
bo looked to for largo subscriptions
Doctor C. Is acquainted with jour
name, and thinks highly of jou, but
ho Is afraid you would not bo nbl
to glvo ns as liberally as our church
expenses demanded." Mrs. Harr looked
at him silently while ho floundered In
explanations, finally eho said: "You
had better malco no more oxplana
tlons, sir. I understand that only tin
rich can bo members of Doctor C 't
church. The Lord Chi 1st also Is there
fore Ineligible I will remain outside
with him." Snn IVnnelsco Argonaut
ninmrs greatest state fhi
THE DEST TREATMENT FOR
ITCHING SCALPS, DANDRUFF
AND FALLING HAIR
To allay Itching and lnllatlon of tho
scalp, prevent dry, thin and falling
hair, remove ciusts, r.cales and dan
druff, and promote tho growth and
beauty of the hair, tho following spa
clal treatment is most effective, ngreo
ablo and economical. On retiring,
comb tho hair out straight all around,
vthcn begin lit tho sldo and make a
parting, gently rubbing Cutlcura Oint
ment Into tho patting with a bit of
soft flannel held over tho end of tho
finger. Anoint additional partings
about half an Inch apart until tho
whole, bcalp has been treated, tho pur
poso being to get tho Cutlcura Oint
ment on tho fecalp eK'ii rather than on
tho hair. It Is well to placo a light
covering over tho hair to protect tho
pillow from possible alaln. Tho next
morning, shnmpoo with Cutlcura Soap
nnd hot water. Shampoos alono may
bo used as often as ngrecable, but
onco or twlco n month Is generally
Bufllclent for this special treatment
for women's hair.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Sample of each
freo.wlth 32-p. Skin Hook. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dopt. L, Hoston." Adv,
"Ihoro Is ono very good
about a circus "
"What Is that?"
"A man can 'boo the elephant' lth
out having a lot of fuss made about
Lv cry thing Is In readiness for tho opening of the seventh annual Okla
homa Stato Pair and Exposition, Oklahoma City, Sept. 23 to Oct. 4, on Tues
day morning, Sept 23, at 7 o'clock sharp, Tho program, yet Incomplete, shows
that it is tho biggest Stato Pair and Exposition ever before attempted In tho
Southwest. SIM) big buildings nnd bams nnd ICO acres of ground will bo
crowded with tho beBt results In overy lino of Industry, while the management
has contracted for amusements and educational features wortli thousands of
dollars. There will bo thrills eery day as shown by tho following program-
TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, OPENING DAY.
All buildings and barns open to the public at 8 o'clock. Music all tho
time nnd everjwheru by Natlello's Hand and soloists Judging of Culinary,
Pnrm Products, Plants, PInu Arts, Educational Dlsplajs. Race program be
gins at 1 o'clock, Including 2 30 trot and 2.20 pace, tlreat Patterson SIiowb.
United States troops In drills and maneuvers. Immense night show In front
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, GERMAN DAY AND FRUIT GROWERS' DAY.
Special programs arranged by theso organizations. Judging or Poultry,
P.inu Pioducts, Plants, Pino Arts, Educational. Examinations start In Hotter
Hables Contest at y a. in. and continue until completed. 2.18 trot and 2 11
pace feature racing program. High rlnss vaudeville. Music by nianj bands,
Patterson Show s, U. S. Troops nl Night Show.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, STATE DAY AND WOMEN'S CLUDS.
All stato olllcers and members of all women's organizations will assemble.
Judging of Swine, Jersey Cattle, Poultrj', County Collectivo Exhibits, Pino
Arts, Educational and Hotter Hables Racing program Includes two trotting
divisions of Southwestern Puturlty. Freo vaudeville. Oreat Patterson Shows.
Hands everywhere, U. S. Soldiers and Ulg Night Show. AcroB of machinery
FRIDAY, SEPT. 26, EDUCATIONAL, PRESS AND AD CLUB, W. C. T. U.,
HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT DEALERS AND JERSEY BREEDERS' DAY.
Freo admission to all children of tho common schools. Newspaper pub
lishers guests of tho Stato Pair. Judging of Hotter Rabies, Swine, Holetein
Prleslan and (iucrnscy Cattle, Bees and Honey, Hoys' and Cirls' Contests.
Clinton Hand will Join music festival morning, nftemoon nnd night, dang
plowing and planting by tractor engines every daj Free-for-all trot, dash,
and 2 17 pace featuro racing card. Alexander tho Great, ono of tho many
audevllle features. U. S. Troops. Patterson shows. Immense Night Program.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, OKLAHOMA TRAVELERS DAY AND CATTLE-
Knights of the Grip In big reunion. Emphasis ilven live stock Industry.
Clinton Hand with Natlollo's and other musical jrAiilzatlons. Judging of
Hotter Hables, Sheep, Hoys' and Girls' Contests. Demonstrations and lectures
every daj U. S. Troops, Shaw's Comedy Animal Circus and other big vaude
ville acts during tho race program which includes 2-15 trot and free-for-all
pace, dash. Immense Night Show.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 28, MUSIC DAY.
Sacred concerts by Natlello's Hand and Pamous Grand Opera Singers,
morning, afternoon nnd evening. U. S. Troops in Model Military Camp. Tho
Patterson Shows. Immenso Night Program in front of grandstand.
MONDAY, SEPT. 29, SOLDIERS' DAY.
Veterans of all wars will take part. Opening of A. & M. Stato Pair School.
Pstial morning tours of Pair with music at various points. AUTO POLO,
WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS SPOUT, In front of grandstand. U. S. Sol
diers In war maneuvers, Ilaco program Includes 2 24 trot and 2:09 pace, dash.
Judging of Hotter Hables, Shorthorn Cattlo. Percheron Horses, World's best
vaudeville and Patterson Shows. OPENING OP FOURTH ANNUAL OKLA
HOMA HORSE SHOW IN LIVE STOCK PAVILION AT 8:00 P. M., FOR
TUESDAY, .EPT. 30, KENTUCKY DAY, SWINE. BREEDERS' DAY, SOCIAL
Special programs by theso organizations. Usual silo, milking maeldno
nnd plowing demonstrations. Judging of Hotter Hables, Hereford Cattle, Per
cheron, Belgian and Cljdesdalo Horses. Natlello's Hand, big Government
Hand and other bands at different points. U. S. Soldiers In dally drills und
maneuvers. Famous grand opera singers during tho race program which In
cludes 2 12 trot, dabh, nnd 2 14 pace. The Great Patterson Shows, with
twenty attractions. Horso Show nad allied features. Including tho Threo
Duttons, Auto Polo and Its dangers.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRATIC CLUBS, KNIGHT3
Sensational Auto Polo. Judging of Hotter Rabies, Aberdecn-AngUB Cattle,
English Shire. German Coach, Cleveland Day Horses. Ho)b" Pig Club Contest.
Raco program Includes 2 25 pace and usual number of running races. Natlello's
band and soloists all day. The Great Patterson Shows. U. S, Soldiers. Third
night of Great Horso Show and big features In Mammoth Livestock Pavilion.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, DERBY DAY. OKLAHOMA FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
DAY, BEE KEEPERS' DAY.
Special programs by all theso organizations. Judging of Hotter Hables,
Polled Durham Cattle, Steer Classes; Hackney and French Coach Horses,
Geldings and Mares, Jacks, Jennets nnd Mules. UiBt day of tho world's most
dangerous sport, AUTO POLO. Thrilling maneuvers of soldiers. Dally grand
opera by Miss Ollvo Elsom Scharf and Joseph C. Ramscr, who accompany
Natlello's Hand. Running of Oklahoma Derby; raco program also Including
2:20 trot Great Patterson SIiowb Oklahoma Horsu Show, tho Threo Duttons
and other features.
FRIDAY, OCT. 3, AUTOMOBILE AND LIVE STOCK DAY.
All of the world's fastest circular dirt track cars, driven by bucIi spoid
dtmons as Louis Dlsbrow, "Wild Hill" Endlcott. "Heino" Ulbrlcht, Jou Nlkrent
and others. Judging of Better Babies, Standard Bred, American Carrlago and
Saddle Horses. Parado of live stock worth nearly u million dollars. U. S.
Soldiers In drills. Music nnd grand opera. Society Horso Show for tho
SATURDAY, OCT. 4, AUTOMOBILE AND BETTER BABIES.
Athletic games by boys of tho State Fair School. Pinal demonstration of
bllos, tractor engines, mechanical milkers, dairy machinery, gang plowing, etc.
All the world's auto champions in thrilling races. High cIiibs vaudovlllo freo.
Tho Soldiers in drillB. Awarding of premiums In Hotter Hables Contest. Tho
Midway until midnight.
A welt known clergyman tells this
itnrj to Illustrate tho early ago at
whi. h children loam to "notice "
A j oung father, not ordinarily given
to profanity, had slipped into tho
habit of using bad words when, ns
too frequent!) happened, lilu collar ro
tated to fasten easily Ono day tho
collar Impatiently discarded fell up
on the floor and later was t jtrloved by
the baby. Just beginning to creep nnd
D.ula, dadn," cried the baby, wav
Ing tho rejected article of apparel
"Yes, It belongs to dada," said the
proud parent, snatching up bis son
nd heir. "Now baby tell papa Its
"Dada's damn," camo tho cooing reply.
"Your cows moo In a moil peculiar
"The Instinct for solf-proservatlon
develops animals," remarked the farm
er "Them cows don't want to bo
run over by tho pesky nutos, so thuy
nro learning to honk " Judgu.
Peru exported over 9,000,000 pounds
of rice In 1911.
"I understand that jour friend, tho
fastidious Mr Hlxloy. didn't marry his
"No, ho thought bolter of It nnd
married her mother." Cleveland
is made when your physi
cal condition is normal.
Sickly persons arc always
badly handicapped be
cause they lack the stam
ina and strength necessary
to win. Try a bottle of
Repenting at Lelaure.
Shlmuierpnto I understand Beau
brough fell tu lovo with his wife nt
Hcmmnndvvay Yea, and now ho Is
sorry ho dldnt' take a socond look--Judgo
It restores the appctitc,a!ds
diccstion and in everyway
helps you back to health
and strength. Get a bottle
today. Avoid substitutes.
Friend What's tho matter?
Theatrical Manager -I'm debating
whether to put on u play that's recom
mended by doctors or ono that's ap
proved by tho clorgy Judgo
When a woman suffering from some form of feminine
disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course
The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
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It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage
where an operation is the only resource, but thousands o
women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking
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attested by the grateful letters they write to us after their
health has been restored.
These Two Women Prove Our Claim.
"Your old clock Is good for a louij
"How can It ho when I can see for
myself that Us hours nio numbered?"
Queer Fable About Cotton
When cotton first camt to Europo
At ono tlmo tho words
The rirst Quectlon.
VVIggH Young Sllllciib eajs his
heart Is laeoratod.
W.iggs Who's tho laoB?
For Sunburn, Insect Bites,
Ivy Poison or any other skin Inflam
mation us Tjroo'a Antiseptic Powder
and get quick relief. 25c. nt drug
glBtB. Samplo sunt freo by J. S. Tjroe
Washington, D. C Adv.
to make Its principal center in Lanca-i "Inn" were not coiillned to licensed
Bhlro It was the subject of the quaint houses, but wero applied to lodging
and wonderful fnble of the "Vegetable houses. Tho "Iiiiih" of Oxford nnd
Lamb" The llully white libers of the! Cambridge, very numerous beroro tho
bursting lotton pod so resembled I introduction of colleges, wwere regu
..I ,.i i, .,i i minion- lenorted Hated by tho college authorities Tho
niiui'i' n m ww mmv --- i .. . .
that In Taitary Ihoro grew a shrub
tho fruit or boll of which contained
'I want Rtimo loose change, dear."
Surry, pot, but money Is tight Just
ilt Mlf. TKI) ISVKI.l lis TIIKI .
Ttifl t,r t raft,, u limltiT of Imw liintl fcUllMIng,
uy MiovMimiurim. oMroiianw ur mru r a
,1 111 I 1,1. W, ,11.1. ..fill. 111,! Mlll.ltll,
Ami., mm nailn 11. Kiltuvulali)au4 UvaU 14
. . MUll MtllU. il-, lAJti, UU.
"Ills singing Is guttural."
"Then why not curb It?"
wlthlnno a ljttlo lleasto In Pleseho,
In Hone nnd Hlnode, as thougn u
wore a ljttlo Umbo with outer wool."
After tho lamb had been eaten the
wool was mado Into rloth, continued
this story, which Is the earliest Euro
penn account of tho manufacture ot
WoodeJvLegged Duck Thrives
A wooden legged duck lives nnu
thrives nt Alrvnult, n little village In
Ilnrdeaux, Prance At a recent meet
ing of the local natural hlstorv society
tho chairman told of the duck which
had Its leg crushed In a stable dooi.
a nniilir. .1 1)0.18.1111 WUIIIUIl, "!"
Inns of Court wero provided for tho
accommodation of law students. In
olden times country houses of tho
aristocracy, during tho absenco of tho
owners, worn used ns "Inns," or guest
housts. It was then tho rulo to hang
out as signs tho arms of the owners;
hence tho origin of public Iioiibo signs.
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Mrs. IIaywaiid Sowkus, Cary, Me.
Ciarlot , N. C " I wns In bad
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10 Wyona St., Uliurlotte, N. U.
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IMJg Write to LYDIA I.'.PINKM UI MKDICINECO.
W (CO.NFIHKNTlAi,) M.N, MASS., for advice.
"V our letter will be opened, road and answered
ly a woman and held lu Htrlet conlldenco.
Paper for hcreons and partitions of
rooms wns common In China as early
ns the fourth century In the six
teenth century tho use of wall paper I
bo'-anio fnshlonablo In Holland, and I
soon afterwards It was commonly seen
In English houses. Original!) Chinese
minim were printed from blocks, hand-
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H3I ( i tMI
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