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v R M R '2. 10 1? E L E V I N 1 Off I U 1 J:l M M l l COliTKOVI KH) s TO M WO Mill ) mi MM H llltllifisi ui I M.w r IV HIS BROTHER 'THE PROPHET' Km Man of rnmniHtidlng Prcsenti mill An I oiin hi ( liiiC'ir. OKLAHl '.MA ITV. ' litis. . Wov, 1. Tii renewal of the controversy u to who killed Teeumaeh, the famou In dian chli r, recalls th f , not gen erally known, thai Tecumien visited Oklahoma wlion be was trying to or gafllae his vast confederation, i m bracing all of the Indian tribe of the Ureal lakes, Mississippi 1 1-y and it I f coaal regions, with which ha nraa i nd a orlng to db ek the onward march of the whites and to prevent I Hi . !j W.Ma ittillSiati6M. Foul .w Pimhll'.Fiui kir.M.rmw Ji i AULiUMUKlk TMI uniu. hfc. M;k1 1 IWI'KINS. f. iWSdwnlMP if., JLI-' 37GPITJcxis . !t - NiYok i Fashion Reigns The taabion of toe present day de niandi that the complexion "f the well-groomed woman shall I bar anil f snowy whiteness, To possess this necessary reqquircment invest at once in ft bottlfi of GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream t, i ii enjoy the charms thai arc so ad i ired in s fashionable woman, DM laud's oriental Oram Is a liquid pow der far surpassing the dry powders that have to be applied so frequently i,, u.iin the desired effect, it whitens, softens .nut clears the skin, n la ab solutely free from grease, nut conse quently does not encourage the growth of hair. liournnd's oriental Cream has been in act lal use for nearly throe-quarters it ii i-i'iilnri . This is ill. nun"': guarantee of Its superiority. If you will use it regularly, you will know why ii has been popular tor mo many ears. At Druggists and Department Btorea. I ill n T. HOPKINS .v nov. Props, UretH Jones -i.. ,' fork. i hi satnblishmoni of any further white hi tu, ui' nta in tin' middle vv sat, it ma in tin spring of nji mat Tecumseh cajne i" the village of the Ossga chief, Olen it. near tin' his toric ciaremors mound, in Roger county, Oklahoma, lis on aocom panl .i his brother, 'The Prophet," Tito latter is deaeribod ta having been ii man of commanding presence and nil eloquent orator, yet profound Ma tin' Impression made upon th Osaga by tin' word of Tecumseh that the) scarce IV nutloed hi brother, "The Prophet," at ill, Baatdea 'in. 1 1 in nf Clermont, the fage bauds of HI Track and White Mali U'uw-iin-si,;i i sei e ii is,, g.ii iierod to meol tip' great Rhftwnee leader and hear It i in spear, Tecumseh aai no Impaasloned ora tor inn! 'i a'as report! .1 al tin' tlm that tin' natural lympathlea nf the i is, i i wi iii ,,ni to him, How I't', nil tin lr iii :iiinj.'s had i n with the French trader from Bt, Lout, by whom they hod been kindly treated. Those traders were nil loyal Ameri- mis .it that time, s., tii.it the welgl t i f Hu ll Influenci was against Tecum seh mid bin ambitious designs. Much ns they sympathised with Tei un sen and with the cause which In ' ,i n i in plead i" fore t hem, tin' Usages therefore declined to Join htm in his great effort to stay ward sweep nf lie white hiH un tlements, mi he wei disappoint) d. Teeumaeh was probably remarkable Indian nf whom bistort (akc account. His twin brother, "The prophet," whose name was Tenaquu tuwa, claimed to have been Inaptred iiv .'i on wage from tin Master nf IJfe, in which nil "f tin. Indians were i - reeled In I. lint tin n.s. U.S tnu, -tin T resist tin. further M ttleoients. I ecun iieved and adopted hin brother's teachings, but his own magneth unit pursuasive eloquence gave to tin in i. ii added force and Influence, in iiis "whirlwind campaign" ol fervid oratory, Teeumaeh visited scores nf tribes and traveilod thou sands nf miles, thus becoming the pi n. totype nf si veral of tin noted political campalngers nf eighty to one hundred years later. However, he traveraed s trackless wilderness, where the mod ern campaigner travels with sp 1 and comfort in a palace car, It la Doubtful whether any whit.' politician ever manifested such n degree nf tire less enthusiasm or underwent such a protracted lest nf physical endurance. Teeumaeh always disputed the validity "f tin. treaties by which the government has purchased the lands Of Ohio ami Indians from the In dians. He claimed that they W'rn not binding upon the Indiana fur the reason that only the chiefs bad en tared into such agreements, the war- the west man and it bis way ih.. moat advance nf white I's'h not only he- llnra not being OOMUltad H nl'. lie therefore demanded that tb treaties b lUbmitti d to all nf the wai'ilnm fur ratification, gMh ol tin m, he main' lained, aaving h aatusn Inlssfaat at any nf those Mftter in rank, i thua appears thm Teeumaeh was alsa a political pioneer in another way. hiv ing advocated the doctrine of g prac tical referendum imit-' before tha white man of America ever dreamed nf HI h n HV Ntelll. The battle nf Tippecanoe, w hit h ne rrad about six mouths after Tecum seh's visit to the Osagea, raally simi ed nil of hiH plant for a federa tion of tin' Indian trihis lie contin ued to labor to that and until the outbreak nf 'he war of 1(11, w hi n ba eapousod 'he cause nf the British ami was oommlesloned brigadier general in the arm) of King 1 org! Hi career ended with his di nth at the battle nf tin- Th. uues, win ii in was till iii the prime nf life, belnn then about t.'i years old. Col, i ; m. Jobnaon of i svllle, Ky has alwaxs lien given 'lie credit I'm killing Tecumseh, ami was elccti I vie.' president ol the United states in l 36 largol) mi tiie strength nf that ie. ord, but the claim is now dU puted bj Or. It. i. ipurr nf l.ealngton, Ky whn says thai according to thi torj told by his uncle, lllchard .purr, a survivor nf I he f i bat tle, It was Bol, William Whttli I ami not Colonel Johnson a bo killi d Te eumaeh. The older Bpurr and Coto nel Whitley were members nf a part) of volunteer detailed to start the In dians mil nf th,' W00dB. In a b nid- ln hand combat Wbill. Kid' d hull ins, being himself killed b second one, who shol lust a be .ml also took in tin- bodies of ihe twu and ilso ttok in tin bodies nf the two Indians he lulled The second On '. In. sii,i, was den IWed by i nei I Harrison, win, knew well, as being thai nf Teeumaeh. Teeumaeh' name is preserved In Oklahoma in the name nf the county teat of Pottawatomie county, where a band of Shawnee Indians, h d by Te cutnsch's grandson, tVapameepto, bet ter known in uklohoma as Kig Jim. lived fnr many years. Hhawnee, an other city III the Sllllie COUnt)', bears ihe name of the tribe, Big Jim Is said t,, have reverenced Mother Earth .-ii that be was religiously opposed to scratching her face with a plow. The settlement ot the surplus Indian lands ill his county was a Bore trial to him. In 1 101) be went in Mi Men ti. ' r) t'l effect arrangements tor tin removal nf his i, and tu that country, w in I e he bopi o the) would '" beyou'nd reach and molestation by the bated ami land-hungrj paleface. sVhlte there he was attacked by smullpog ami died, ns unreconciled I" the white man and his ways as was bis distinguished grandslre. IW I tin did The Blond Stenographer is Sure Strong for Tulsa Now SJoraue Buiidin j for Tulsa This ware rnoin Is located ;t No. l North Boulder avenue, on I'rlsco tracks and ! almost fire proof. The three upp r tlnors uro all roomed off and each ii.ntn has loek and key for household gooCs, This gives ..nh customer a rivals locked in, Rl for their Kimai. We also have the large paddad moving vans and do moving and crat ing. In .act we aro making ths handling and storing of hotise ' . Id goods and p.anos our spe lalty all at ptiehols Transfer & Sloraije Company 1 1 North iloulder or t'bor.H ltd. (ft) lleii ne liOUlsc an Hoy.) "Bellev" me," said the blond sten ographer, as she removed her chew ing num from in r mouth and stuck il under 'he table, and looked ii!' nieditntlvel) from under the turned- bat til'' had up brim nf Inr black picture across th- rose. tinted light at handsome young nil man who taken her out to dinner, "Believe me, this here bunch of bulldln's is some town." "Yes," answered Hi" H, Y. 0, M. interrogatively. "nf course' she continued, furtively out of the corner dreamy brown eye to see wh not the stunning!) gowned w looking ,,f h.-r ither or iman at the table next broke up her crack ers In her consomme, "when I first drifted down here, bavin' been lately tanned by the breezes of old Coney, and used to the Un a' hltc Way, 1 ean'l say that I just exactly g"i tiu town. To tell you the truth, ii seem ed like a Bttnday school picnic to a Pohemlan dutch lunch. Take it from me, i tried to go Into ecatactes : bout the park and the scarlet sage and the buffalo, and the im'try-go- round; and this here electric sign conveyln' the Intelligence that the i.aim- of the place is Tulsa' kin, la ap pealed to my sens, of humor at first, after havin' rubbered a' th,- big dis play of electricity in dot ham repre sentin' the Chariot of Race of Ben Hur, and even Ihe large hotel with its bin lobby didn't look a sPhole lot like ihe tValdorf-Astoria, ami I asked a chamber maid where the Rathskeller was she said sin didn't know where be Was. but thai the)', had bellboys, a.- i -iiii, a'l these things gave me a Si nsatlon like yawning and takin' the to xi midnight choo-choo back to tin Original Big Burs, bat flow l like It "Indeed," murmured the Handsome young i l Man Interestedly, "w hy this sudden change'.'" "Oh. 1 don't knOW," answered 'he blond Stenographer, as she ate her salad with her pickle fork, "but per haps It's because of the folks I've Wall Plumbing Co. We have on display the most complete line of plumbing tixtm 'ea iii tho city. Bee our lino before muting your purehaM. We carry only the best. Nov.- location" Third Arooc fhf. ?trppt. WESTERN DETECTIVE AGENCY IM Qttlt H A I I D. IttlCtt W Ki:rr, Mnn iKi r ai-tOI tlank of Commerce lildg I'hon- 726. Get a Clcai, Coo! Velvety Skin Stop that Retting at once. Tut an end to that fearful, burning raah. Orlvc out thus" unsightly plinpl. s. Clear up that niudily DOmpleXlotl Hive yourself a ch ar. Smooth coin ptaston ihut will make you "good to look nt." D. D, D, praacrlptlan exhllaratei the skin- Ope n the clogged pore", drives OUt the old Impurities that cnuse the trouble and leaves it pet -feetly henltby. A pure eOOllhg MQUld that sraahai away aeaama and minor hkm troubles like magic BootMtag, refreshing, cleanslug. aii druggists have D, D, 0, We ii it on a guarantee to ft,p the itch ni your money back, Don't suffer on other simile day. i 'nine to ns today for n bottle o' tb. famous b. i. i. Prescription. Also a eak . f IV 1 1. 1 1. Skin Snap best for lender skins. Quaker lrug Co. D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION I'or g yesr the -milliard -kin remedy. I mi l, especially .some," sin added, giv. iiif; him a daggling smile like the Har lisun Kisehcr girl mi tin1 back Ol the latest magaaine. "Am I to take that personally?" loFked the handsome young oil wan , ; lying valiantl) not to notice that the i blond itenograpber from 'he effete I Blast was traeini-' designs on the dam ! ask table linen w ith her apoi i . "Sure," she respomleil, as sh thanked the sraiter for bringing her a maraschino coclctalt, ami pan i her elbows mi the table in thai "trav. l a d much manner assumed by fem inine frequenter of large cafes, "you I know awnustly, thai you are a rock an -rye in a weary land, i sure do like you. New York nu n ar'nl a hit ' nice llki von follows of Tulsa. Y..11 are all so fresh an' now I didn't mean it thai way," she said, as the handsome young oil man began to i raise his eyebrows, i mean that - ' that "That we are young and green and I unsophisticated," finished tin band -on t young oil man. looking more ! i fi oiled i han ev ar. "No, I didn't mean that either," sin answered, "you know don't, I mean that you are j ut nice, and don't III to think that BVOT) girl i in hive with you, and," she continued, drop ping her eves languidly and raising; them again, with an NDIMCenl child like expression in their darkened depths, "you are so hands.. m. hand some, too .ins' make at QoodWln sing 'Where Is iv tVanderin' 'Sir' Tonight,' when it coma to ri ..i.ii in ..f cop pin' fluttering hearts, and it's not often thnl a poor Woikln' like me has th" honor of the friend ship of a grand fellah like you." The bands., me voting oil man blushed, bllt WHS ObVlOUly pleased. "And this here supper couldn't he equaled at Loul Itartln'a," she con cluded, folding up Inr napkin the way her mother had taught Inr, and taking her chewing -'11111 from under the table and replacing il In her mottth, ami I sure have had a pot- feetly swell time." 1 in 111 (JUAB. Always beside me as I go my way This beggar. Time, walk wih hi outstretched palms Demanding not boaeeehliuj, of me nlms !ms of the precious hours of n.y da;. So ! hie by side we wall; until my day Is growing dusk, gad Tune's purse of the years Hold aims ,,f mine, bright-Jew, .1 with my I ears, Since 1 have given tlMM tree ired hours nwuy. Nor from his swollen puree win he give me One hour, although with spendthrift sond and gay I flung hlin alms, nor ever KaM him nay, V beggar and n inler both I h ' James w. Foley )n the October Century, Keep New Clothes New . 'v '' ,' "A-ij , " " r 4'- r ,: m m ) '- .. I M ' I Ac. (lj (.; . ! ' ' i "' c -V1 s w ')' ' ' ' l Ww mm fir jr. You liny Clothes for Service nri 1 , a - 1 nere is oui one wav 10 assure satisfactory service even in the best of clothes Seep Them fresh and Clean The cost is so little. The extra usefulness much longer, The personal pleasure greater. Clean Clothes Last Longer T. 11 A we will end one of our IT none i 1 J .m(() delivery wagons. Bohnefeld Cleaning Works 118 Bast Third St. Phone 1210 MOW BR A Y U rider ta k ing Co m pany ; . 1 i wm w& S v 11 VICE .j ,0k 'Phones 32986911 Dr.W. AfberiCook Eye, Bar, Nose ar. i Throat speeial- b baa moved to 204 Fal.ice l!I3;. iai Do Your A. f m mm 1 t 1:1 TH ll il NTOSi 111 1 tM- M I Mis , ,.l It - noM. With fbflee leu item. 1 rata, Bsc, Krnm f'levt'land Main elmler. Not that there's ony sensational news In It, hut Just tn complete the record for the season, It may be men tioned that an Annriian har Jnt gffjg the Knglih grVittg ehampimihlp. World Wants (it Results FEDERAL FUND AVAILABLE Bled Bridge and Graded Road in Western Florida 1 nun For estry I 11111I. oorotray Houaton of the depart ment of ngrioulturc aa)ra that tin slate and f, lieral go rniiienls should work toetlur for highway Improve ment In order that n large propOTtll D of the money annually Bpotll for read nonat runt Ion may not be wabteii. in his own department the office of public roads has been demons! rating Un value af proper road building by the construction of certain objeef-leH-Og riuido, and the forest serv.'. Ig Oairying out his Idea of national and slate co-op' ration In road building. Tin law ragjuliag that tafl per cent of the srof receipts from the niitbuial forests shall be spent In the states in whieh the forests aro situated, Thai money Is expended for road Improve ment under direct control of th- NO retary of agriculture. The amount appropriated under this act. haded on the receipts of the national forests fur the final uu W Trouble You? Sce-OR. W00DARi Illi OPTICIAN Just Opene d h .1 t p-to- alt Optical Farter NO. 8 EAST UURD 1 Fountain DRUG CO. MCI U8, 1 Ii. IH8 Mi 1 1 HIM 1 1. 1 IS .souiii BoaUsn Phone it:, r. This is a .th. ten ending June 3", I'M 3, is 1234.63 Prom tb" iiM' reoeiota for this per cent road item, there In an addi tional tl34H3l.1V, Which is still available. iii administering the ten per cent, rond fund, forest officers charged with the actual plans ami expendi ture In the neighborhood of their forests have In almost all Ggeea, M enroll an eipial OT a larger Oo-O pi ra the fund from state authotitle for the building of certain pi, - . s of lo ot With the money thus expended many Important roads are being built at put in repair, 'me in the Wyom ing national foroat, six mile tone, makes cnaaalbla to farmer g large body of timber and 'iPen up n region of great scenic beauty. In nofthWI -am Arizona, pari of the fund will be used in connection vrith the UePeyre-1 Hrlgbt Angel road, Imjiortant because It makes accessible to tourist the. urand Canyon f tb Colorada in one place, th" Ocean to tiiian hii.b Way crosses the Apach. national for est, sufiaona, and on this project ihe forest service and the local author! ii, co operated sttthuilaetlcatly, on the Florldu national forest In w. "," Plorida ste l bridges a i d graded rouds have, undci tii stimuli- of tin.- fund. OIL GEAR This wagon is absolutely with out a competitor. The largest boilers can be safely moved on a 3 1-4. Come take a look. "There 's a Reason ' ' W. R. CAMPBELL, Agt. 116 So. Boston By. j. h. Morgan BPI ( I I 1ST Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat I 01 I "rrprtly fitMsi l.iKroi'ii jTi.i.ii'i..i . I Usla, CsssttltatlsB Frf. taken the plaoi of DordUTOy, bog and sand. PhlS fed, ral road fund Is imw avail able in all national furaai stutes. of th Sraata Just as fust as retuins com,- In, the forestry official ay. 1 simi- Isr fund will become nva laid.' in s'ati - in whn h aaatsra national for 1 t gra b Ing s, curt d. Co-Operalive CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP Kurn.t re and ri.' ire made to ord. r, J"b U ork of all kinds. Rati mate given. No ii u est Brady. Pfco&a 1 1 j r. . Willi, Knew mile Pather Willie, ir your sister, Ttllle, had four apple and h gatr y u twu sfhal would sin have i ft? WUlii The two biaaeat eaoa, L. J, FERGUSON, M. 0, Kyo I'ar. KoM and llinsit llllsn Kbla , Suite 40M-4110 Offlct' IlkOM lSUtt Tulsa Ok.