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TTTT! TUT. fitf D'A'TLV WOJMJ). W KliNKSIlAV, OCTOIIKR s, )'
T n Ti m !: n i! mi is m ioi I( I I 1)1 I) IIV COM ltol( IV Ills l.(MH) ltOl)S I IUH l,- MVIION. BACK yP TULSA COUNTY VIII linpioie Ihr llriii HtRliy I.cuiIIiir rrmii the Noilli to the 4 lly of TuUu. MIAMI, okla., Oct. 7. (Special.)- riiii-iiK of M iu ml nml ot nttow.i c 1 1 1 1 1 - are rcsliiiR easy (oniRlit. They hue been admitted to (he Good Ho'ids ri-urilie move m, sturled ty Tulsa mid citizens of Tulsa county. When the news of the issuance of tin' Rovcriior'a proclamation reached Miiiuii, und Hie Tulsa papers hud I n Mill ami lend, citizens were up In arms. l if Cowl ItoiiiiH movement I.hI been sturleil mid Ottawa county ):,i(l been lcf' out, probilily through Hie fart that file is not very Well known In Tulsa n ml the adjoining counties. "Wi ll, lots net busy," cit izens said, and tlie official orRiiniz.a llon of Miami was Riven the power to art, iu fart It was limed to urt, and ll lias aetrd. Ottawa rounty will work with Tulsa in, (I the other countlrs the liith and 1,'tli. Tin y have hern ready to work, Inn didn't know just how to work. The presiilrnt of the Business Menu iissut iatiou not In -ii inn nn li-a t i kii with '. A. Sanderson, secretary of the Tulsa Commercial rluli at 11:30 o't lock Monday tiiornliiR. M r. Pand eison was pleased to have Mr. I .on lulwards rail In regard to the plans of I ho new movement, and ask him to teli'Kiaph the Ruvrrnor, askiiiR hlni tn lure ottowa rounty on the list of the "Oil Counties," and make mention of her in his proclamation for better roads. At noon a toh'Rraiii was sept to the governor askiiiR that he i-cciir-lilze Miami and Ottawa rounty. Creat plans are beiiiR fornuilated for the two blR days In this rounty, Mid it Is expected that Rreat work will lie accomplished In tlloRe two short days. Miami Is beiiiR plastered with posters proclaiming the Rnveriior's ptoi lamatinn. Good Honda meetings me hi'iiiR railed. The rounty com missioners are outllniiiR u plan to use till the available prisoners, and place tiicin In rhaiRe of the district road mi pervisors. Automobile owners have niRtiifieil their intention of pl.'t.iim tlilr cars at the disposal of the llunncss Mens association for these two days and by the time arrives for tin actual blisters to be placed In pn nlirn on the bands of the "Indoor" iron, 'hitms will be runnini4 smooth ie . Candidate for Presidency of Mexico on the Liberal Party Ticket in Coming Election t e'i. f "T"Vlj I V T.'i,k. ' "'lit' ' t f 1 V -t, . -Tlx r ;lv 5 Y .' ' HAS LEGISLATURE FINALLY ADJOURNED? MANTKI, CAl.KltA, Former Mexiran ambassador to the (for president of Mexico on the liberal l'nlted States, who has been named party's ticket. Friday citizens of Miami will move en masse to Afton for the purpose of holding a "helping band" pow-wow and definite plans are expected to i volve a road that w ill roiinec t direri Alth Tulsa. Tourists who come thioiiKli ths sec tion of the state from Tulsa meet with unmarked roads, bad culverts and many little tlilnus that ro to make, drivers tinunhty men, and tills meet Iiir at Arton is hoped will aid us out of this difficulty. Miami Is the gate way to tlie state and has Rood roads hading til It from Kansas City and the north, and us a ronseiuence many tourists rome this way and ro on thrmiMh Tulsa. It Is a fact that lias hern noted, that not a few of them go back some other way. Miami and tlie citizens of Ottawa county ale ro ;i;r to build roads that Tuta citizens can enjoy drivlm; over and that the slate ran boast of. t It The Rugged Food Value oi tape-Nuts nhows cvcrywlit'i't' in thousands of sturdy, young sters who eat this J'ainous food each day. Tlie sound nourishment of drape-Nuts huilds U.)th brain and hody, creating a natural resistance tt ills and a sure foundation for the health of years to come. drape-Nuts have a delicate sweet taste which ap peals to parents and children alike a most appe tizing, nourishing, and easily digestible dish the year round. "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts. Kead the little book, "The Road to Wellville," found in packages. wn.ii kmsi: iNKri: gi i:sno IV I'HoriMIVti l l.ltTION I..WV Ki l l Ki:llt M. OKLAHOMA CITY, ii,la Oct. 7. (Special. ) Whether the fourth Icr islatnre is really e( ailjoiirned, or it the so-called sine ilio ail joiirnment Was in accordance with the constitu tional "provision, will lie points rais ed in the protest vii the petitions to refer tile lieu' clei lioll law. Tlie li'R hlature lias been n pulled as haviiiR adjourned .sine die on July a, It iu contended that It really did adjourn the Monday pin eihiiR. If that lie sus tained, tile pelitlolis in tlie (lilt I 1 1 1 law were lilcd after the linit of seventy ilas, provided in such cases. This would also knock out the peti tions in the capital fill. Tlie two KamblitiR bills would not lie affected, and it is said they were tiled In time purposely to escape this iiu.stioli. Tin; formal protest against the elee- ' tion law petitions will oe filed by Ned I Mr-Daniel, secretary of the senate, i within the next few d.ns. l'mler tin I new law. Mi Daniel should be seere j tary of the state election board. ' l!rlatie to the adjournment of the ! liRislature, it will be contended that j on Monday previous to the Saturday of the same week, when adjournment ' was taken, that a majority of the members of both houses went home: that only a few remained duriiiR the week, with the president of the sen ate and speaker of tlie house, for the 1 purpose of adjourniiiR on Saturday. ' It will be claimed that there was not j a quorum of either house present 1 when the linal so-called adjournment win taken, and that no tinal action i of this kind -oii ll be taken by less ; than a iiioriim of the membership, j Claims will be niadii that thu eon stitulion, relative to what the IckIh i latum tnaj do, provides that a ml j nority, or a hod less than a quorum i of either branch of the leiiislat lire, j may adjourn from day to day, and ! they may also require the attendance ! of other or all members of the IcrIs lature. When the member- of both houses bit for their homes on the ! Monday preeedliiR the Saturday when It was recorded that linal adjourn ment was taken it will be roiitended , that this really constituted the linal ! adjournment, or if (hat did not. then it will be held that less than a iiio ; rum can not adjourns sine die. under which rlrnimstanri s the leRlsbituie ! was not adjourned and i not . ( ad ! joiiriu d sine die. M.I. ItlDS l Iti; TOO llff.II. Ke-mhcrti.-e for Itidi for Ienf School 1 ItullillliRS. j OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 7. fPpp- rial. I AH bids subjec ted to the board i of affairs today for construction of the building for the school for the deaf at Sulphur, were rejected by the beard because none of the bids eame within the appropriation of $160,000. !The bids were all referred tn nn : architect who. with the board of nf J fairs Bnd the state board of education 'must ellrrilnate some of the bulldines or reduce te cost In other places. iThen new bids will be asked for. It was the hope of the hoard of afnlrs ;thut work could be commenced at , oik e on the buildlnRs ns they are bad j I) needed, I I Frruqiiay Admitted by Court. ! DENVER, Colo., Oct. 7. (Special.) I I pun motion of Judee Kanhern, j presiding Judge of the Fnlted States ! Circuit Court of Appeals for the jfliRhth Circuit. Courtland K. Feuquay j of Chandler, Okla., was today admit ted to practice before the bar of ths court here today. The court sli In several cltlea In cluding Mlnneapolia, At. Louis, Den ver and Omaha and admission here will enable the applicant to practice In any of those cltlea where the court si la. 1 W mill I Our Men's and Yoiuitf Men's Fall Suits III IMI'lluti: l oH il.ll I llll. II- ON i.ooii i;o iin li s NOTED NEGRO IS DEAD low ii Council Will l'a On Man, i oi I'ciniiluiiK n Sbooiin' l.nllei j to Do llii-lne. r I ft.. its will be in. i Rood roads KIllllllSI Sprli.RS In Huh for t . ol kiliR dii), Ortobei that end, It Is now h bold a Rood roads me. emu sc of (he next ! outline the work to l. MIR done In ot her tow : other counties. It Is believed that t en ;o wolkiliR (lie h , S Hid SprliiRS lo Tub ' SpiniRH to W'eklwa. u shape for autoinob,!, tin1 luiilRiiig of a mi Lake Station, an Ilium 1 1 i el Is now beiiiR do way as laid out last , LiiKineer IIURl.es. The Tulsa-Sand Spi i now in a fair way t kinds, and it 1 stlioiu ld inltTcst Is aroused b; p ed Iu the lilRhway, do much towards i perfect shape on the ; Later on it Is planned roadway where the k.iii terfere with travel mi mobile boulevard will de lo Ret the l IS ol el.mil le rood loads I', del 17 To in" planned to ' I,,: within tin , en i h.s a tnl .boo is be 1- oi 'fills. I , i ml t it 1 1 d.i s r.i I ! I( ,( (llll 1 1 'Oil ,lol t I 'Mil S'.i Il'l '. l n e It In III I I .' el Since ; III I I ivk III .11 I L.-e .(MO.UIlt of ! ,. . ;i tip- load l in.: In i olllltj ( io lio:ha. is t It u ,1 ol all I I h it llll nh . el SoliS lllti'l eSt - I n; i tovvd will 1 uii'bui; 11 into I roads ,bis. ; to surface I he I dy st i etch' s iu- j I h 1 1 an .into- J lie the refill II ; $15, $18 and $20 0 II I illcen. Kinlilccii iJxX or Twenty Dollars i.s alniiil w li.'it mi arc rin'iii'iiiL,' on spciiilinn' I' if our fall suit, you will lie more t lian ilclii;lit ed w il li I lie iiiao'iiifirent raim'e of I'.ill suits we are sliow iiio' at these moderate pliees. We have reeeiveil so many coin plinii'iits on them that wc leallv believe you will miss it if you don't see them liet'ore select in;' your fall suit. The immensity of our stock oi ves V' hi choice ol' a w ide ranc of patterns with yrays ainl browns, the season's fav orite shades predoiiiinat inn'. The fabrics are all wool wor sted and cheviots. And the fit and the tailoring of these ar niciits is simply faultless. They are by far the best val lies von will see this season at 9 $15, $18 fiiul $20 II. It. Lolt, colored, about 411 years old. died yesterday morning at d o'cloi k at his home in Sand Spiliins. Lett was one of the be a known ne Kioes of Northeaati l n oklahouia and was well-liked by whiles lie i luet- ed u in rcanlilc slot' it Sand Spnnns and was iiroiiiinenl iu colored Indue affairs. His body "ill be shipped to Texas for burial. I . . . 1 1 1 was caused by a complicat ion ol .1 ilue nti, attel a lew days' illness. Work of RradliiK M ini si red at Sand SprillRS was let mi Monday niclit to K. J':. tSray by the Sand Springs board of trustees. ili.nliiu; will be done from the Kal. 1 illway tracks northward to the ci; limits as soon as eiiRineers have established the proper Rrudc to wlii' h the street is to be blolls'llt. l'ollowi: r, the RI'ililillR "f .Main street, other H;, i ts of die (own will also be Impl'i i d in a similar manner. Colonists Tickets to California tn: On Sale Daily, September 25 lo October 10, 1913 vi itv low run: tu linui I, all points In 1'aLi- fol lll, thu N "till W.'Kt, ami many placeii Intel medliilM. Llberiil ntoii-over prlvt)i'Kn. Accepted In Cullman Tom 1st Hleepar und H'raa Chitir Cura CHirleil on Siinta !' Cast Trains. Thrao tnilns daily from Khiiniis City to f'ullfornla CcrHoiuilly '(itidii'if.l excur- lollrt. Cur lltm atura. furo and ser V'lcn from hero, apply to V. A. MOOKL, Tulsa, Okla. 'PHONE 2770 OR 319 I OR Till: "WHITE WAGONS'" Till: MAItK OK I'l IUTV. Doulilc Idsli: -il Water Ice; full wcIrM. I'rompl ..nd C'ourloou, trcnlnieiil. PEOPLES' ICE COMPANY iiil ,, is also lellil'R th lo build on Ins pmiieny at Sand Applii atioii for the irietion of a shoot Ihr nailery in- Sainl Mounts will be iiiade at the merlin, ol the ., MS ,,, the Sand Sprini'.s lt.ulwa town en,,i n.niRiu. n wn m ,,,,. is ,,s,, p.me ,hl. ,ln,l Sand SpruiRS i.s now said to be Mi larm-st town in the state 1 1 1 1 1 ha no such place where the "shootisls " Sprines. There is i biiibliiiR Ro of tin- town and surrounding i un'iv nn; on now at Sand SpriliR.s than im'I Rather and have It ou( at the la wis. ' bi lore in the slim I of I he town. At this nine the town lias in. nnli- I a ml there is cv. i , i.b'i nance r.;: ti la I ihr shootine r.iIIcim s ' rial : i'l'' of dwi IIiiiks w bill one Will be before tile I 1 ( I It 1 ' 1 1 ! elected between llow for pics i ; : ( ton il'ht. oi the year. . thai SeV bl'.e beell nn) the lirsl T. 1 1. Moore, brick contract. .r of 1 n r. i lm s of lie I'.. ink of s.nnl Tul a, is pn pal nn; In i-ii'i I (wo j SpriiiRs w ill hold a meeliiiR I Ins afler- ilw.'lii'ir.s on the property be ren-nilv n at It o'clock at Sand SpruiRS lo purcliaae.l at Sainl SiuiuRS. i'. i '. jtalo up business malteis iiiilbneil b Wealthy Young New Yorker Who Denies He Stabbed the Pretty Texas Girl p , f m A , :iiit:"'- I W." j. , t''j'.'i; , ':.,,,''l!i lH-Y I- Ul1 i.V'7 ' . t. t.y IB ifllM-. i . J s . NEW TOrtK, Out T. Herman Oelriihs. Jr., the wealthy young New Yorker at.d scion of one of the most prominent families in the metropolis, who hu been released on bail until Miss Lucille SlnRleton has rcRalni'd sufficient strenth to uiieir in court aRuinst him. Oelrichs was arrested after Miss KinRleton chained that he had Blabbed her while they were rld ln tosether In his automobile. PHONE WHITE LINE 39 CAB AN3 BAGGAGE SERVICE AT ALL HOURS Women and Children an Safe WlltiUj Day or Mjtil Phone 1522 Stanley & McCiine Funeral Directors IS W. Third Street imSA, - OKLAHOMA Head's Sample Shoes THY Ol H SPECIAL $2.85 Second I'lnor I'irxt at'l Ihtnk i30S11Sf? I MAKK AM. RIVPS OF KE78. witii van Trrwi, 17 i;.it loiirtii. rii'iu isi5. GALVANIZED TANKS l x cryth.nti in .Sheet Metal Southern Cornice Works Scctmtt anil S. Ilituliler I'lmiia 15-16 (III- st, lie bullU i-Xtl lllilli'l' In rluirRC Mi in-,- ilii- ilisupp';ir,'iiii'i' of Its foroii'i' i:islinr, T. W. Spilliuaii, with about (I.IUI) III' till' Imuli's 1 1 1 11 I s lust. ill nl of iiimiiii.'iI tr.iiniiiR Iu llic pulilu' in liool .it S.iimI SpiiiiRs will In- ll.ld Wlllllll llic ii u I so of the IHt few days. M.id'ii.il ami pa ra pliiiu.'i -lla l.if Ihc ti ai IlillR of tills I 1 , 1 11 1 1 1 of lust I Il'l lull 111 the Si lloiil lull' been ordered and it is expected ili.il ! Ili'M week cl.lss wuk ill lll.lllll.il tr.uii MIK will ll III' beell taken up. 'J'lle Sai.d Spriiu:s sell. ml now his mi eu iidliiienl of i. M l' I'OO pupils .mil is III a t I'I'I I IslllII K elllldllllill Mye ,st rain Ih'Iiir ctiuscd by stiuelural and anatomi cal llel'el Is, is remedied by (llll ii.lleel al I pi 1 1 iull nf lenses only, and I lie dettri;:! of relief i, 111, lined ll'ulll (hem depends upon the skill, ac curacy and i ii 1 1 i; 1 1 1 y id our opt iilllet l ist. AMil.liSOV, ::l.' Main. l-'ll fillers Icilllt lielWeell H.I lid SpllllTS and 'I' ll -a He plepat'lllR t'i liarvest aim III. l i nltiio; ( allall a Since Ihc rains i.f last month, togeth er uiili the moisture wlii'-li lias fallen this month, .c 'coiopaiiied b Hie w.uiti Wi itllef which llal pe a I led for 111'' past V"ck. allalfl ll'dds line taken a most wondell'il itt.iwlli and one of (lie heaviest lops of the season will i.e R.ithereil in l.y all thus,, win, tutu Hie si ke loi.se In the (idils. .fMiy laiMers refuse to cut alfalta this iale in Hie seasi.n, but many cli:m Hi it it does tint injure tile plant in anv Wise. The RloWtll is at a Rood height at this Utile, and a few inure warm days will see It fully as heavy is at .my lime the past summer. A. I.. Il'dlom, of (he Sand SprliiRS InveKttii 'lit company, left last uliitil nil a business trip to T.ipeka and other Kansas towns, lb- is a friend of (Joverimr IIoiIrcs of Kansas and while In Topeka will pay his respects to (he Rovenuir of Jayhawkers cvery w here To t.ct Itiil of MiMiiitoc. You can sleep, fish, hunt or attend lo anv work without hcliiu worried by th' bliiiiR or sIiikihr of nios pntoes, sanil-llles, Riiats or other Insects by afitilviiiR lo (he face, ears and hands, Hit I'uKTI'lt'S A.NTISIil'TH' IIKAI 1M1 nil. 2m: adv Dr. Iirklna, Ostoopu'b. over Kress'g ad Many I'Mirjr iih's in Ix Tiieil. CIIANHI.KIt, nkl.'i, net. 7.(SI(.. rial.) Ju.Irc Jareit of the county (ourt "f I.it.'oln county yesterday set all of the trial docket for the Jury term of the court which begins the l"th of l letoher. The criminal docket was set first and the civil one follow ed. Most of the docket Is civil and by far the largest number of cases on the civil docket are usury aui's At TULSA HOSPITAL. Wit Eu4 Bon tli Fifth Street. Phont TU. iuOuIiici at an? hour. (Sin to all rhystrUnt or k'atieota ol auf iDooimatioa. H 0. ZIEGlA flapt Oraflua'f I 'nitcriitv i IVnnayif bo la, lii.pi Ll TraUlnx b hooL SWEENEY'S GROCERIES and MEATS hones I ll.'i, XIM, I7T7. Sloic. Ill Ninth ami lis . Ililnl. Swift's 1'ii'l.i Snap, 1') huts .... I. el ox Snap. 11 b.its licsl I'jlorado l'nt.itncs, i"'-k ... i'nni'ol'1 iir.iies, per basket .... MlllRll or Tokay lil lies, per lb. VililW Sweet I'. t it. ics. per pci k r.ip.i f.iil i ' ra n berries, nr lit. .. i'lesll T UliatoeS, n-r lb l.ai Re ilt ecti Ti ppers, p.;r doz. Tnsr Toast ics, & for iirne Nuts, 2 (or Itoyal Seal Hits, - f ir New Conib 11 'to -y . ;t.-.o . a.'io ..inn . :!(io mo ;iro . I do . mo . llll! . J.'iO . 2.-.0 . U.'x) tur t'oiiiMiii Mlcm. Uei the fotip.'ii I'. ' II ibit. V.ul save liv er o nt. $10.01) Hooks $:)"( $ j 00 Hooks ITS Special eur'.v 1 1- i i . r f t me it r ders. fall cd In r phon he last term of (ourt some of theut were tried and all have been set for heariiiK with the two we.'Ks term, (inly two nf the criminal cases set were for other crimes than booties RlllR. tVorl.l AVants (let RmuIU