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The Exchange Insurance Association
LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT.
Live Agents Wanted
JTulsa Agents: G. H. MORELAND AND J. T. WILLIAMS,
114 N. Greenwood Avenue
G. H, AMBROSE, President and Bus, Mgr
C. 3. PAUL, Vice President.
S. E. EDWARDS, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
New and Elegantly Furnlsbd
CAFE IN CONNECTION
i OPEN AT ALL HOURS, SHORT ORDERS
When In Tulsa We Solicit Your Patronage. We Give
First Class Service.
129 N. Greenwood
North Louisiana Oil Field
The best in the south where fortunes are made in oil every
Nine Oil Wells Owned by Negroes
Oil Production, 30,000 barrels daily. Developments and
Production constantly increasing.
Buy a Lot m Oil ParkOnly $15 Each
$3 cash and a small monthly payment and an inter
est in the Development and Production of two oil
wells vithout further cost than the price of the lot.
Agents Wanted Good Commission
For further information write the DeSoto Oil and
Development Company, Mansfield, La.
H. N. JOHNSON, Secretary-Manager.
Yonkman's Red Cross Pharmacy
PHONE 8J2 BRADY HOTEL TULSA, OKLA
The Post Office Drug; Store
IS THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS
FILLED CORRECTLY AND AT THE RIGHT PRICE
Try Our Syrup of Wlvite Pine For
Tlie Yonkman's '
The Gem Furniture Co.
IIS East First Street
New and Second Hand Furniture
Your Credit is Good
Wo bay and sell everything in the house furnishing line.
See J. J. Jackson
Contractor and Builder
Let me figure with you on your new job. I guarantee
Satisfaction in both workmanship and in cost of labor.
Call me at ...ay time and I will come to you.
Northside Furniture Company
106 North Main St
We Handle a Full Line of
New and Second Hand Furniture and Stoves
Yes, We Sell on Payments.
THE TULSA STAR
FOR STATE FI
Worth a Trip To See It Note Clsilng
Dates For Exhibit!.
The demand for space In tho live,
stock section Is proof Hint n big stito of
pure-bred stock Is anticipated by the
breeders, at the Oklahoma State Kalr,
Sept. 15-Oct. 2.
The fanner who Is going to Improve
Ills stock this fnll will find no better
opportunity offered, to not only choose
from nil breeds, but to select from
dozens of each breul.
Oklahoma needs more livestock.
There Is evidence of this on nil sides
Eery farmer In tho state should at
tend the Oklahoma State Pair if for no
other reason tlinn to Inspect tho thou
sands of dollars' worth nf hop, sheep,
cattlo and horses to be displayed
However, thero will bo hundreds of
other exhibit mid features during tho
eight days ami nights of the Kalr and
entertainment ns never befoM.
Secretary I. S. Mnhnn has announced
thut tho closing dates for entrlca as
given bulow, will he rigidly ndhered to
as every exhibit must bu In placu bo
foro 8 A. M., on Saturday, September
25, when the Rates swing open.
Class "A" Cattlo, Priday. Sept. 21,
5 I M.
Class "IJ" Horses, Prldny, Sept. 24,
t V. M.
Class "II" Horse Show, Friday,
Sept. 21, C P.M.
Class "C" Sheep, Priday, Sept. 24,
6 I. M.
Class "I" Swine. Friday, Sept. 24.
C 1'. M.
Class "B" Poultry, Friday. Sept. 21,
S A. M.
Class "F"--Manufacturers nnd Mer
chants Products, Saturday Sept. 25, 8
Class "0" Farm Products, Fruits
and Flower. Friday, Sept. 24, 0 P. M
Class "(!" Indian Agricultural Ex
hibits. Friday. Sept. 24. 0 P. M.
Class "(!" Dairy nnd Apiary, Frl
day. Sept. 24, 0 P. M.
Class "(V Hoys' nnd Girls' Clubs.
Thursday, Sept. 23. C P. M.
Clans "H" Minerals. Thursday,
Sept. 1C, 0 P. M.
Class "1" Kino Arts, Wednesday
Sept. 22, noon.
Class "J" Education. Wednesday
Sept. 15, noon.
Class "K" Culinary, Thursday
Sept. 23, 4 P. M.
Clasi "L" Textile. Tiles lay. Sept
21. 4 P. M.
Class "M" Better Rabies Contest
Saturday, Sept. 4, G P. M.
Class ".'" Machinery, Friday, Sept.
24, 0 P. M.
The Right Side of Serge.
When determining tho right side ol
serge or nny other goods In which
thero are diagonal lines in tho weave
theso lines fchnuld run from thn uppet
right-hand corner to tho lower left
hand corner on the right sldo.
"My husband's Ideas and mine nre
so different." sighed the young voin
an. "Well," replied her mrthr-r.
thoughtfully, "tho ideas of men and
women are bound to differ. A wom
an can't seo tho sanse In a box ol
cigars that nobody can wear, and a
man lias no respect for a new lit that
you can't smoke."
Much the Same Principle.
"These South Sea islanders are a
queer lot. They havo many things
which ore taboo, mustn't bo touched."
"I see nothing strange about that.
It W the same principle on which we
carefully plant a lot of grass lor peo
plo to keep off of." I.oulsvlllo Courier-Journal.
Not To De Foled Twlc.
"Wo nro now,' said the parsenger
In tho dripping oilskins, "about to
round Cupe Horn. Dont jou wnnt to
come out and seo it?" "I should say
not, answered tho passenger with tho
novel. "You made me go and look at
Sandy Hook, and It waant a hook at
nl. You can't fool me a second tlmo.'
Now York Sun.
Find Roosts In Chimneys.
Swallows, after a day Bpent In
, skimming tho air nnd cntchlng in
sects, will seek n roosting placo at
night. The chimney swift soars about
until after sunset and then suddenly
darts Into sotno chimney. These birds
havo very sharp pointed claws and
cling on tho Bides of Hit) soty hues,
Hackward-loklng when carried to
nn extreme becomes n vice, ns does
anything clso In excess. Hut every
ono should bo n backward looker In
moderation, ns the past may teach in
something, for It Is expcrlenco: tho
future can tench us nothing, for It
Is hope. Ilaltlmoro Sun,
Forcing Vegetable Growth.
Experiments with forcing vcgotable
growth by electric lights havo shown
that flaming ncr lamps produce the
best results, as thoy give off carbonic
acid gas, a natural plant food.
Good Rule of Life.
Avoid extremes In living. He gen
erous (as generous as you can), get
ting as much pleasure ns possible out
of life, and take care that proper pro
vision Is In somo way made, for the
That Knife-Like Pain
Havo you a lamo back, aching day
nnd night? Do ou feel sharp pains
nftcr stooping7 Aro tho kldnoys
soro? Is their action Irrcgulnr? Do
you havo headaches, backaches,
rheumatic pains, feel tired, nerv
ous, all worn-out? Uso Doan's Kid
ney Pills tho mcdlclno recom
mended by so many people In this
locality. Head tho expcrlenco that
An Oklahoma Cato
C. I Cuttrr. n.
Main St Wulonsa.
Okta . .! "I hint
kidney uii.l bitiMer
illarage fi.r vnurit
and wan tui.t up for
wrekn My Imi k win
o l.imn hiiiI painful
lit tlllli'H II. it . n-ilil
linrillt mow titul I
ha 1 uluiMHt Kl, ti up
Iuiim. ,,f ti, In - unit
w ii ' ii t In ant or
Pi'.in'n Kl In, iMIli
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pihkI I . iiiii nrut i ir
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a biBii t,f iiio old trouble,"
Cat Doan't it Any Store COo TJox
FOSTER.MIU1URN CO, BUfFALO. N. Y.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine time- in ten when the liver Is
right the -tonn h and bowels are right
LIVER PILLS Mt
gcntlybut firmly com- GW
Del .1 l.liv livrr In jW&X-ki
5"i7 " ' J,VJi!-
uu us uuiy v.
and Diitren After Entitle-.
SMALL I'll.l, SMAt I. DOSE, SMALL TRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
University of Noire Dame
liQIHE DIME, IKCII.'U
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im rournfw lemliu t ilr-ri-ri In 'la-.ii,-
MiNlrrn 1 rllr-m.Jotirnullrtni.l'ullllt'jtl Ki-nnmiiy
ioiin.-iv? ChritiHirjr mLii;r I'hruiucj
Kutflui. ruicr. Anlmvvlurt Uw
I'teparaliirr HbiKl, variuu ciQrn?.
for Cataiuiriiri atlilrriui
BOX II, NOTKE DAME. INDIANA
Dooks and Bangs.
John Keudrli-k Hanks, author nf "A
Houseboat on thn Styx," und "Coffee
am! Repartee," who Is spending the
summer at his camp In V.ainn, said in
an Interview hist week' 'People
should own and read books Just as
they should seek friendships, nnd tty
to understand their friends. A book
that ono linn come to know, and to
love, Is ono of tho truest of friends.
In my library In Maluo are not many
books, but uomi the less Uncoln walks
thero with mo; Ilmersou Is my friend;
llalznc and Dumas uro permanent
dw idlers at my sldo; I frolic with
Mark Twain thero; I travel with O.
Henry, anil I piny boyish trlckn with
Atdrlch and Penroil, 1 fence with Moil
talgnis, und the great spirits of "Tho
it has been discovered that our sys
tem of education makes children wiser
than their pureulH. Hut thn children
uro no wiser than their parents were
at tbelr ago.
It wuh a Kuusns woman, of course,
who traded thu family refrigerator for
a pair of roller skates. A Kansas man
would havo dlckurud for a different
kind of Hkulu.
If thero is uuytlilng morn misleading
than tho average guaranty, wo would
gladly give up a nlckol to sea a mov
ing picture of It.
,i i.nw i-i(s
.U -salsa a pi li 3.
Food for tiie
It takes the highest type of nerve
and endurance to stand the strain nt
the battle front of modern business.
Many fail. And often the causo
is primarily a physical one improper
food malnutrition. It is a fact that
much of the ordinary food is lacking
in certain elements the mineral salts
which arc essential to right building
of muscle, brain and nerve tissue.
made of whole wheat and barley, contains
these priceless nerve- nnd brain-building
elements in highest degree.
Grapc-Nuta food ia easy to digest nourishing economical delicious, and
aa a part of the menu of modern business men and women helps wonderfully
in building up the system for strenuous demands and keeping it there.
'There's a Reason" for GRAPE-NUTS
Sold by Crocer arraywlMf.
GINGERBREAD OF OLD DAYS
Wat a Luxury That Filled an "Aching
Void" In the Down
What memories this referenco to tho
fivo cent ginger cake of commerco will
nrousn In the minds of men approach
ing or past middle ago who passed
their boyhood In tho country'
At nil public gatherings whero con
cessions were given for tho serving of
refreshments It wns tho chief feature
In tho order of tho day down to n
period of much later than half a cen
tury ago. And then It seems to havo
disappeared, suddenly and mysterious
ly, nfter tho manner of tho disappear
aneo nf the bootjack nnd the passen
ger pigeon, and like them probably
never to return
Who among us whose hair has grown
thin ntnp or disappeared altogether
cannot recall the bill of faro of thn
refreshment venders In those earlier
and simpler dns at fairs, town meet
lugs nnd Fourth of July celebrations'
Tho assortment wns not elahorato, but
It wan Idling and Hntlsf)lng, nnd one
got n good deal for his money, sns
the lllddeford I Mo) Dally Journal.
Most conspicuously displayed wero
those ginger cakes, every whero lo
cnlly known as 'baker's gingerbread."
to distinguish It from bnmeiiinde rln
gerbroad, which lacked the delicate
color, the spicy fragraucn, the work
manlike llnlsh ami pleasing regularity
of the Imported urtlclo Then thero
were colTee served In big mugs, crack
ers nnd cheese, baked bonus and
brown bread, not Infrequently bonio
mndn doughnuts, and nlwas raw oy
sters Tho gingerbread and tho oysters
were tho things that took with tho
crowd; for only on such occasions
wero these viands readily nttnlnnblo.
What country liny has not watched
somo older person order n saucer of
raw oysters, cover tlieni with vlnegnr
and cnyeiinn popper and then absorb
them ns to tho manner born, with
out admiring thn grace nnd nonchal
ance Willi which thn trick was dnuo
nnd wishing for tho tlmo to come
when he might venture to give such
Ills consolation lay In n "sheet" of
that famous baker's gingerbread, and
If he was particularly well fixed finan
cially, a pleeo of clieeso to go with
It. Those wero. Indeed, happy days,
when n pleco nf gingerbread and n
hunk of cheosn nt a total expense nf
six cents, would fill nn aching void
which In theso degenernto days Is
hardly satisfied with a slx-coursu din
ner. It may bo assumed that thn men
who made that famous gingerbread
nro not nil dead. Hero and thero
throughout tho country thero must bn
several survivors who retired for well
earned rest nrtcr long sorvlco In tho
best Interests of hungry humanity.
This being tho enso. It Is baroly pos
sible that tho reclpo for thoso ginger
cakes Is not Irreti lovably lost.
Another Little Bedtime Story.
"flood grnclous'" cried Peter Rab
bit, "what is the cause of that uproar
going nn up In tho nlr Thero! That
was thn S. O. S. call' Somebody must
bo In trouble, and"
"Oh, that Is old Doc Stork," replied
Sammy Jay. "Ho Is carrying twins to
tho wildcat's house, nnd tho dear lit
tle strangers do not wish to go."
Kansas City Star.
On tho whole, It is better for the
email boy to soil his fingers with mam
ma's Jam than to havo them blown off
by the cannon cracker.
If n young man has money tn burn
It Is ensy to Induce somo girl to
strike a match.
Tho best throw ono can mako with
dlco Is to throw them nwny.
TcIIn How Lydia E.Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound Re
stored Her Daugh
Plover, low. "From e, small child
my 13 year old daughter had fomala
wcBKncss. i spoke
to throe doctors
about It and Uiey did
not help her any.
Lydla E. I'inkham'g
Jiound had been of
Brent benefit to me,
so I decided to hava
her Rive it a trial.
She hn.i taken five
bottles of the Veim,
cording- to directions on tho bottlo and
sho is cured of tills trouble. She was
nil run down when sho started taking
tho Compound nnd her periods did not
come right. Sho wns so poorly and
weak that I often had to help her dress
herself, hut now b)io Is regular and Is
growing strong nnd henlthy." Mrs.
Maiitin Hci.vin, Plover, Iowa.
Hundred of such letters expressing;
gratitudo for tho good Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has accom
plished nro constantly being received,
proving the reliability of this grand old
If you nrs 111 do not drag along and
continuo to sulTcr dny In and day out but
nt onco tnko Lydia K. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound, a woman's remedy for
If jou want special advice rrrlle to
l.jdla L'.PInLhnni Mcdlclno Co. (confl
deiitlal) Lynn, Mai. Your letter will
ho opened, read and answered by a
noiuau auil held lu strict confidence
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTEI
CalUfl tlaiklff mil. lw
rrlcttl. fraud. rrlULUf prWarrtd t
nirn iustidiii, norma 1
pratMl hr at liar taaaUtt I
D PU 0 riu for tMMikirl and iMltn &!!
!. (i. tii.tiii rim n m
to. im tiii. sit.kiM run 4 it
!; tnr lnjrtor. hul futlar-a bMl
Tbt luptrisrltr ttt Cutur products u dua u tr u
ffira el BbM-ltllilm In natsliua and aarama aalv.
laalit a Cuttar a. If unoblaUabla. ardar dlnxt.
Tha Cuttar laaaratary, rkalar, Cal., r Cllaaaa, 111
The Donnle Conductor Lassie.
IMInburgh, Scotland, has two dozen
w onion street car conductors who nrs
n thorough success In tho new lino ot
work. Othor tramways aro already
recruiting girls and training them to
bo conductors. It Is said that girls
working In tho English cartrldgo fac
tories aro bo II red with patriotism
that somo ot them work thirty hours
In n stretch without nny rest, Miss
nitznbeth Lister has been appointed a
statlonmastor In South Wales, the first
woman to net In that capacity. In
tho north of England and In Scotland
and Wales tho men workers aro being
supplanted In tho fields by women,
who can bo scon following tho bar
row or digging and booing.
Askcr Ho calls mo a donkey I
Should I challenge him?
Telllt You might to provo HI
"Tho first time Cholly took his auto
out It turned lurtlo."
"No wondor; he's such a Ic-bstor."
Tho United States produces mom
talc and soapstone than all ot tho rest
of tho world combined.
Tho chap who suspects his neigh
bor Is not abovo suspicion.
It doesn't look as If tha fool killer
will evor bo nbla to tako a vacation.
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