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. John T. Joata. Ill . Pile at. Paula
Valley. Okie., : "I waa eonflned to
had for dera with kidney troatle and
"Will rhoumatttm. I waa weak And de
mtated and tormented almoat to death.
Not Imnrtrlng under tha doctor's treat
ment, I Mean uelns Doan'e Kldner Mile
and waa entirely eurad. I tiara had no
G Daw' at qr Drag Stre, Met Box
rOCTBUM&aWmN CO., BaJhlo. N. Y.
POOR JOHN NEATLY CAUGHT
Cleverly Cantrivad Trap That Lad ta
tha Downfall of Ona Porget-
Ha had returned horn-' In the eve
Blag tired and ready for a reitful hour
"John, my love," aald his little wife
sweetly, "did you poat that letter 1
gave you thia mornlngT"
"Yea, my pet," aald John, hiding hia
eonsclence-atrlcken 'face behind the
"Well, what ia your answer?" still
"Wh-what la what?" gasped John.
"What la your answer, dear?" said
kls little wife, clearly. "That letter
waa addressed to you."
"Addressed to me?" exclaimed John.
Ml didn't notice it."
And then, like a foolish man, he
fell Into the trap and produced the
latter from bis pocket to see. Tha
aavalope waa not addressed to him;
hat a long and severe lecture waa
Quite tha Thing.
"I told you that If you came tomor
row morning I would give you the
money for my wash. Why did you
eome tonight?" said Miss Phllla to tha
daughter of her laundress.
"I know you said tomorrow morn
la'," responded the girl, "but me moth
er aha told me to come tonight, 'cause
aha waa afraid yon might be. gone
away by tomorrow mornln.'
"I certainly should not go without
paying my laundry bill," said Miss
Phllla sharply. "No respectable wom
an would do such a thing."
"Oh, yea, ma'am, they would," re
plied the child knowingly. "Thoro'a
lota of respectable ladles does."
English Stump Speech.
A correspondent, "Old Brlney,"
aends us the following specimen of
frentled stump oratory: "Feller
blokes! Tha&fxs ter th' gtiv'ment, yer
got yer d'mlnlshln' wage, and yer lit
tle loaf, an' all that. Wotcher got
ter do now is ter .go fer devll-ootlon
and local anatomy, an' go It blind!"
(Loud cheers.) London Olobe.
Success cannot turn n man's head It
he has a stiff neck.
To W eaten with cream
and sugar,, or. served with
CAaaMtl fruk poured over
aaata way HMurea a most
TOm Mawry Lingera"
&1 ft Caief CavLtd.
V las," Caa-XMa.
P.ICINT DOINBS OP BXICUTIVI
AND JUDICIAL DEPARTMENTS
GOV. CRUCEJN RESULTS
Bxpreeee Hlmaalf an Opportunity
Canfrantlng Party Other Capl
tal News af Oanaral Inter
at ta Reader.
attend Keep Palth, Saye Oruca.
"From preliminary reports the
Democratic party haa awept the coun
try, gaining sot only the presidency
and tha senate, but added to ita ma
jority la tha house." aald Gov. Cruce.
"Under this situation the party la In
oompleta oontrol and it la tha hope
of ovary democrat that tha pre-election
promises will be complied with.
If I could ituggeat to President-elect
Wilson, It would be that congress be
giver oportunlty as soon after March
4 as possible to place In operation the
platform pledgee and the well recog
nized democratic ideaa upon which
thu party won thia victory. To delay
the Initiatory means u delay in get
ting started and might endanger our
position during the four-year term.
If we keep the faith, our tenure of
power la assured; to keep the peo
ple'a confidence tha faith must be
Oov. Cruce waa a supporter of Gov.
Marshall of Indiana before tha Balti
Assistant Attorney General Charlaa
lioore won his case for the State
Board of Agriculture in the District
Court of Garvin County, which granted
a pra-emptory writ of mandamus to
eomtel Sheriff Rayburne of that
oounty to dip cattle where owners re
fuse to comply with the law. Tha
County Attorney and Sheriff had op
posed paying out county money for
building dipping vata and for eradicat
ing ticks. One of the cattlemen of the
oounty first brought an. acilon to re
strain the payment of claims against
the cattle quarantine fund set aalde
by tho County Commissioners; but
the temporary injunction In that case
was dissolved. Then the Sheriff re
fused to do the dipping where cattle
ownera failed and the suit Just de
cided was brought. It la understood
that an appeal will be taken to the
Supreme Court on the ground that the
oattle Inspection law can not be en
forced. Power af State Printer
A limitation waa placed on the
power of tha state printer, by an
opinion given recently by Attorney
General Weat to Giles Ferris who
holds the office named. It was hold by
the state's attorney that to comply
fully with the law requiring approval
of the state board of public affairs on
all printing contracta under 1200
Farrls should submit the requisitions
from various departments, before
awarding contracts, affording the
board au opportunity to pass on the
price to be charged before the work
was done. In an opinion to the state
banking commissioner, the attorney
general held that the guaranty fund
ta liable for unpaid taxea of a failed
bank, even though It be ahown that
the Institution waa Insolvent when
Taxes Tor the fiscal year of 1912
became due and payable Nov. 1. Un
less one-half ia paid on or before Jan.
1 the entlro tax Hat will be delinquent.
If the Brat half ia paid by Jan. 1, then
the second halt does not become de
linquent until Juao IB. A penalty of
1H par cent per month attaches to all
Transfer Order Upheld.
Tha state corporation commis
sion's transfer order to tho Oklaho
ma Railway'' Company waa affirmed
la an opinion by Justice Robort L.
Williams. The case waa brought by
a body of cltlsens headed by Mont R.
Powell, president of the Central
Trades and Labor counotl, attacking
a new system of transfers installed
by tha car company. When the ter-
atlaal station waa erected, the car
eetnpany required that no transfers
from one to another line should be
good antaaa the change of care was
made within the structure. Under
tha commissioner's order, the com
pany waa required to honor transfers
at aay eonaectlng point, between the
aeare of aat I e'elock In the even
tag. Tha eontpany appealed, but
ttaaet tha ardor la affect, when re
faced1 a apsraedaa to suspend In un
til a flaal dsslslsn. The court ob-
eervae that .five ataatha of experience
tad fatted ta ;ow- the commission
bmm sanaa' ta aow- the comml
taMlta:etwerM working a
e waa aaTBe7iw erder Wl
tt Mtt"M"W tear! held,
ta in illiafialaii r.
everaar Telia' Why raepie af Okla
hma thewM Oaeerve Thanks
Oklahoma City. Governor Lee
Cruce haa teaued the following
"The approach af the end of our
harvest aeaaoa, that has brought us
abundant material for the labor we
gave, of Itself must remind us of the
gratitude we experlenc'o toward the
giver of all goad and perfect gifts.
"Nature, like our humanity, haa Ita
many besetments, and perennial hap
piness is beyond our earthy lot; but
adversity servea the ennobling pur
pose of making aa humble and pre
paring our hearta for the duty of giv
ing thanka for the mercies of the
"Sufficient rains and tempered sun
shine have produced with our labor
abundant crops, and tho harvest has
banished the financial stringency that
beaet us. Our country haa been nota
bly free of peatllenco and Infectious
disease. Famine haa not hindered
the liberal exercise of our faculties
of Industry, nor haa want been man
lfeat. Tho elements have contributed
to our welfare in the absjneo of de
structive storms and devastating
floods. Peace pervades tho hearth
stones of our people and prosperity
is within our gates.
"Wherefore, I, Lee Cruce, gover
nor of the state of Oklahoma, by vir
tue of tho traditions of our fathers,
the custom of the age, the authority
of the law in me vested, and in pur
suance of the policy of the president
of the United Statts, recommend and
adjure that the people of tho state
of Oklahoma shall, on Thursday, the
Twenty-eighth day of November, 1912,
rest from their labors and in tholr
homes, their churches and other
places of convention partake of such
exercises as will properly manifest
their hearty gratitude for all thoae
things good and righteous and whole
some and beneflclent that during thai
past twelve months have been be
stowed upon the people of this com
monwealth." OKLAHOMA COTTON CROP
WILL BE VALUABLE ONE
1,100,000 Bales Worth at Least 118,.
000,000 More Than In 1911
Crop Larger and Better
Oklahoma farmers and planters
who made cotton their chlsf'crop thia
year 1n spite of market and crop con
ditions last season that reduced the
1912 acreage 15 percent, are now
finding plenty of reason for self-congratulation.
According to informa
tion obtained from Oklahoma City
cotton marketing firms, planters,
broken and millers, these aro the
salient features of the most satisfac
tory trade Oklahoma has known In
The price of cotton at the present
time Is 12 cents. At the same tlmo
last year It was 9 cents. The differ
ence In price makes each bale worth
approximately $15 more to the plant
er. By the Increased price the valuo of
the Oklahoma crop will correspond
ingly Increase to the extent of 15,
In spite of the decreased acerage
this year, the crop will be fully as
large aa that of 1911, which waa about
1,100,000 bales. The 1912 crop may
With but 60 percent of the Okla
homa crop marketed the planters, in
the prospect of still higher price's, aro
beginning to slaken their selling pace,
The history of tlm 1912 crop In
Oklahoma is interesting. Condition
for the crop up to early September
were so favorable that planters, al
ways expecting tho reverse, foresaw
early frosts and deterioration. Only
a alight frost came. Tho damage it
did was Insignificant. Momentarily
expecting a hurtful frost before Oc
tober 20; "the danger point," they
watched the crop devolop. The frost,
although In sections it fell frequently
before the date, waa very light, and
the crop was not seriously harmed,
Legislature Must Appropriate
Oklahoma City In a letter to E. B.
Howard) of the state board of public
affairs, 'Attorney General West ad
vises thaf'state Institutions are not
authorised to spend money realized
from the sale of products from farms
belonging to such Institution. They
only have a right to reinvest such
an amount of the money thus realised
as la necessary In conducting the
farms, but can not uso the money for
any other purposo In connection with
the support of the institution unless
it is appropriated by the legislature.
The attorney general advises that
the board of control of each auoh In
stitution might set aside a certain
amount each year for working capital
in connection with the agricultural
enterprise and that this amount could
be used tor the purpose specified, but
the surplus, It an, must be turned
Into the state treasury,
NO SUIPtrtt-IAQ FOR THEM
Laplanders Parfsrred tha Saew
he Open Air, and Be Had a
Blr Henry Luey telle la the Cora
hill Magaxlae a good story that he
had from Nausea, the explorer. It
amusingly illustrates the hardy health
f the Laplanders.
Part of Nansen's equipment for his
trip across Greenland consisted of two
leeptng-baga made of undrersed
skins. On the first night of the Jour
ney Nansen and hla two Norwegian
companions got into one of the bags,
pulled the mouth tight across their
necks, and so slept In the snow with
only their headc out.
Before retiring to rest Nansen saw
the three Laplandera ho had engaged
for tho expedition cozlly tucked into
tho other sleeping-bag. When he
awoke In the morning, almost numb
with cold, ho observed that the bag
In which ho had tied up tho Lapland
ers wac empty, and thru they were no
where In sight. Ho was afraid they
had deserted him, and scrambling
out of the bag went In search of
them. He found the three men fast
asleep behind a hillock of snow that
they had scraped together as a pro
tection against the wind.
"Ah, master," they said, when ask
ed to explain this extraordinary con
duct, "wo couldn't sleep In that thlii.
It was too hot, so we got out and
have had a comfortable night here."
Hard to See Under Water.
There ia no scientific Instrument of
the "scope" character which enables
one to see down to CO or CO feet under
water. When the sun shines vertical
ly over water, a box or bucket with a
glass bottom Is often used to look
Into the water. A cloth covering to
exclude light from the box or bucket
Is sometimes employed. But without
electric or some other light In the
water these devlcea are not very satis
factory. If a newly wedded man haa no se
crets from his wife It is rather hard
en the other women he might have
married, but didn't
Some folks calculate to get on In
the world upon the shoulders of other
people. Christian Herald.
Mrs. Wlnalow'a Soothing- Bjmp tor Children
tectum, uoftena tne urm, reduce Inflamma
tiM.ailaapaln.eurcewladcollc.Suaabottle.ifc, Unfortunately charity doesn't seem
to possess any of the qualities of a
ITCH Relieved la 30 Mlaatea.
Woolford'e Banltary Lotion for alt ktada ef
aontagloua Itch. At Druggleta. Adv.
A woman Is always trying to im
press upon her husband that she Isn't
feeling aa well as sho ought to.
The mild mellow quality of LEWIS'
(Staple Hinder cigar is what the smokers
A voice used too much tn scolding
is not good to sing with.
CQlLb TONlU. Tub kavw vbal too are taking.
Ie f omnia la alalnlr arlaiea on errrr txitilr,
tbuwfaa It II tlaiBlir llBeao Iron In a fatlrlru
form, rut lltn rmt ffrrtaat furak ur gruaa
people eaechiklrea.MeeBte. Aav.
Is the Target'
Aim to make that strong and digestion food and yea
will keep well I .Naahaln Is stronger than it weakest
link. No nan la stronger than hit stomach. With
atomach disordered a train of diseases follow.
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Theeare la the heme aad all other
farms of household work are greatly
facilitated by right planning and the
uee of suitable material fer the
construction and tarnishing of the
home. An adequate aad convenient
water supply and other conveniences
are essential, not only for comfort
aad for saving labor, hut also treat
the standpoln. of homo hygiene.
Kxamlne carefully every bottle af
CABTORIA, a safe and sure remedy far
Infants and calldrea, aad aea that ft
in use For over N Tears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caateria
"Thero Is nothing In this place hat
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because your etemech Is
unable to do Ira work prop
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is iazy aad bowels clogged.
A BOTTLE OF
today. Fer 60 years It has
been effectual in such cases.
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