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T !i R T U I S a Ij A 1 L V WORLD, BUND A Y . SEP T E M B K 8 B . 1 1 1 TIE SC1L LESSdPM In 1 1 1 1 li itiii i I KlflO III V lillt ill' I life ami OllVOItlim ' Summer Excursions St Louis . $17.20 Boston . $63.40 Philadelphia $52.55 New York . $57.05 Detroit . $36.70 Charlevoix, Mich. $41.24 Put in-Bay, Ohio $36.45 Chicago . $26.50 On sale June 1st to Sept. 1st Final return limit Oct. 31st 4 ON SAVINGS First National Ban! 4', ON SAVINGS V F. W. Tirkel Agent. Your Welcome Is Established in Advance The First National Bank would no1 have attracted the great number of depositors unless they were as they arefriendly to new and old customers, the wage-earner and the capitalist. The Pact that those thousands of customers find Its service persona and cordial makes it a service to uitroduce their friends here. iii ii tiiiUs a trent h and given an expose "1 j 4ci ON SAVINGS a7B First National -m Bank - nil liiin to enter aulckly Into the ool- 49 ON SAVINGS i ini Word. W lull to fl FToiv Pretty and White! TO i J j , main as n In iii- i Wy ly?r,,i Uniting nctwccn two opinions, ' t , I T'im was .. greal docialon day for r JJ yv f-,jJ If Israel Not alnce the beginning of 4' i-4 W A7 J f Jeroboam's reign had ther n a Xt I I "tU.M nani "bread of heathenism Then then populai or win his life wll help and draw nearer tril'Ulr run I may not j n"t be he may live better No nobler i .nil with iver pebblea Hi high place comfort in othera to tO l loll. The Sweetest Thing on Earth it a Cletin lialty in Dainty White Dremet Tlic.e ilainty wfiltp drrM.rn sre vrry trnjrr INr wa.li I. harden tlirni imj SOU frrl !;lr (Milling bntiy tn iirvtir cloth m. Don't do It Boil boby'. clotlM. cImo. The dalntiMt bit of Lea, of flun nlf of ootton, oj ollk.c.nb. bollod eloaa If you uii Magit Wmhmu Si,,, y, iln not mil thorn on tli. board or put thrill in ttir EnOChinC or trur till-In up 111 any way. Yr.. "u con boll baby'oototlMOnoft nrl. and all - In perfect safety, You t an ' cloono. by tailing oad rinsing only. No lo.ittpr what your WOOhwomon wavs, ' wr say you ran: and If wr r.in BCOy.lt you will nrvrr put hravy colored clothe, on the .wort little ours h.'.'.'.u.c you drrnsrv ro.lly UK onr. without u nib. 1.0 piv.n it man than aome careless sinner aay, in a heaven, thai man haa g ir people only knew thai it,., i lie hea Counrty Canine Has it on the City Doe Ten Million Different Ways Magic Washing Stick tilth of a atu k In thr boiler with the OOP and protend to boil rlran. II til. finr-.!. cob wrhy teaturr 1. damaged O. a ro.iilt wr will furn'Oi b.by ClothOi ull the bal.nc. of your duyti. I 1:1 N'ATITRI Will 1:1 I 1:1 II Mil I III KIM I Mil H III I M I H 111 (itTTS Ol"l Nil I'liSlis i chance to rim a squirrel In tin iS SH lillllis M BK1 Nil (Bj VEJINON L SMITH, 1 Wanh ),iv Are Afu.e Joy Day FIFTEEN WASHINGS 2fl ITS. For l. thin 2c. a day you MM two hour. turn , you ..vn yourrlolhra, you a.ve your Irelinji. Vnu llv. , 1 i 1" on .nr.. I . - and .1 net luted your 23c. WILL UU KLTUKNLU. M 1 Wu.hu.K St , k containii no lye, n. alkali, no harmful thing of any kind. U.r it krrt1 hnbv In white It . ea.y If you uar Magic Washing Stn k. A. B. Richards Company, Sherman, Texas. t iklalroma IMatrHywifr, T, l I iitiu r A I . rulHO, ong in in the haa n muoh over tin' araj of life, limp, and I even if aome ,'f them do negl lialltM BOOd tl,': ihould, tl ins io at, the , It) dog In a .11 it oona U DroMHcd 1 r and Always dreaaed up, be Ihik no placi It go Tht daya t. him hold lhai 1 villi thi. aimultaneoua knowledno ol buated llpa and Irrealatabtc mirth. lit iil At i a; rating HOTEL KUPPER llth and KANSAS CITY Magee Streets :-: MISSOURI With mapping iiuht his teeth . n lean ing tin s There la no place to which monthlj tryat; and if the omiit bo lonesome and thr dog forlorn, ever cadence In rythmic rapture calla down ins motodloua head dellrloua dnmnattona of dire wrath; which brand of wrath is composed nf f.mr long, low, nemNoonacloua whlatlea, three awakening wnonpa, one rouaing bootjacki eight bottlea mni an alarm it in k. Name h h 1 1 umana. Bo far tiif my dog there la no auoh thing as a Vine an,l fig trie, urn! ,1c- palr aoon given way to depravity, depravity to degradation, degradation ti derangement, derangement tn , death. tin the other hand, the country dog i has ever) freedom thai shnulii awell ( i rampant in the breaart of patriotic t dog. ii an he wills, in lorda it over run oomaina, a mon ne ur meaaurea with hla bound a I rei aio of the llve-for-ever I iiis grlefi are erstwhile. The! :, front t.-i Hi against tho nulla of the mooley , ow uro j it t ent buaht t Nut onlj in hIh ii come tho thrushes anil tht garter anakea to drink, Always there la the overgrowth of briery brambloa always the niniiiiiK cockleburra, And in lips,- uuyn hi tfouii roaaa ino coun try il"i.r is nol unacquainted with the accelerated automobile ami tho muti lating motorcycle, Why should not the apirll of the country dog be proud amidst such environments with noth ing of tlx' cuiiii r or thi" rankle of the cl(y to i at away his heart? Any country dog that la dissatisfied la de serving of nothing better in tho way if a jub. Poor City Chap! K' In all the city's life Is u sad 0110 for any dog, fur a hath tub and toilet water have nothing un the rivers that flow down to the soa. Nor has a relish fiuin the garrulous garbage :.in-r conductive to that longevity thai cornea with a mess of left-over cabbage, oornbread, cherry pits and onions .-kins on which the country dog gloata from time to time. No scene is more adapted to irint: out j it touch of sympathy or Induce soft I feelings than the si:ht of one of t lies,, country dogg grown ijrev ami grissled, sitting by hit own hearthstone amidst companionship of kith and kin, in times of drouth, wh, 'll pondg anil lakes anil rivers run dry, theri' is al- I ways the old oaken horse trough wherein the country dog asks no li- -i t,, I'lutiu-i' deeper than a Bap tist dingc at a baptising. Ofl in Iln sill ninht with lm pui Ity siiis the country dog, If n,,i immediately beneath the window, from the depths of the orchard whose denslt no i tjut k nor other grenade can pierce No price is "ii his head, no h"t Btrap girdles hia neck, He r'"iii when he pleaseth and cometh when he wllleth. He has earned his place near the run. and he looks the whole world m the fair, for he owes not any man. I ay Feber Can Be Cured; Jusd Die i n Sbrin hi its 1:1 now in m : OF M M DIM- v( Bl sll.N DAT ITH (.OUT Ol Is sNKIV.IN' M l. oil HI TIME; W i n (.on it. KK. TURE I j ','-' I have a cure lor Rupture with out resorting to a painful oper ation. I am the only physician in this line of work who will take such cases on a guarantee. You may deposit a draft in Tulsa Banks instructing them to place same to my account aft (loiiio; this ymi are abso "B i it j 1 i were not peneci do business in this this Han because t you nave heen utely certain of i e of mv work I y sii way very lonn' .in- nave cured, i cure, could ;t i akers to deposil HONEST WOHKiNGMEN Can Arrange to Pay Weekly can rei urn home and work 1 here is little 1' a written guarantee any way. shape or i free of charge, In o insurance the balarfci ture. Mv fees are within Ha inan a i ii I ia ey are no mon io na ror a man order a patient made. When taking to mv office oiiei during the interval tin aceoiinianied to mv tit if at any time in your life orm whatsoever of Rupturt i i i i ner woras i ins gives you 1 fl i T voiir nte againsi nup- the reach of every than you are will-jure. Not one his monev ol oy not I ha e adopted been swindled by them will permit il a cure has heen earn trcatme Week, and aticnts must coi if thev live near itment i vou slii w i i lit I I will hiAO ..ii t i Him ever oe II treat vou LrIV( x lothered ahsolut i IV u in Iv Men, Women and Children Treated llonr- 9 a. in. to Siinilny- 4 p. in . n In . 11 to 12. H p. in. DR. ALLISON Roomi r,-7-9 Cnlbcrtnon BnlMtng, N. i: Corner Main unil i'onrtli sirtfts. I I I . OKI. IIOM . 'CVTTHIS OV1 His pleai fall of a rebntf he o solid Mm a hi If tin pri i!i gi iirss he country I the time. the f r iks digs the r. or in hia h the par- I begin i un il"K has f illM'stini; nany beau tit the The hotel of Quality and Refinement at Reasonable Prices. Located in the Retail Shopping District European Plan $1 to $3 per day. Cafe of Particular Excellence. Kupper-Benson Hotel Company W. N. Robinson. alter s. President. Si c Mars, A Mo. aopped Iowa In Tlte DO perspiration to trtcWi Mi- i ric.nl ih, Roy, bat hlng f.u llltlea arc nn i i mt in the tail, rank grass, with moist pat dews, he fi- llle wake uf mullt COttOn tall ftda, Hi,, ere. kH. iln eri.iinl.s. to throw at I ks. develon cause a heavy r flUIll Ills lullinK tongue All nf which is salubrloua i and lea Tea hi. coat gloeseny nd glisten) Ami when his b t irc j shucks ,,f hair elongate his paata in ' the bullish days, appears then his , iricini who swears b) him, the iu of (the f.un Hla mother's beat pair ,.r s, iss.uM from tin- lop sewing; machine drawer are up his sleeve. ami he i tuns their 'b:e making Rover over inti utii ll.tili a Nubian lion The result is i ling inflation to the Woodshed il irved, and dad romps n over i ii:i the butt end of a shlngie has been shattered to fit the clasp. Hut the iion is shorn, ooilah i t soothe his. mangy le .. ml i he files peevi htm al the -(ol- So he gees li.uk beneath tliv l.l.u ui.tl thti Ik II liucka, Here Is h,,r,' hay feber in I'ulsa this year than eber before, agraordina to those who annually suffer from this exceedingly annoying ailment. Of gourae dere are many hundreds of galled remedies on the mar get, but i rew Of them give much rig ief. ami there are vlgtlma who are wiiiwk to BWesr ila are Worse after linking dan before, Da hny feber season noa is on full blast. Men and women 1 and sometimes glldren, are subject I to bi s ravages, and id is nothing un- common to s,f 'em ca-choolng dam-, elves through the streets, in sdores. 1 drolley tars it, oh. It's an awful ding rla here hay feber, anil don't! yea forgot Id. Uc-r-r-r-r - - -Dere never has been a satisfactory' explanation of 1 c- gauss of hay feber. i Do body knows fro where it gomes, ami fewer et nisc ii rap where Iil I i.'"s. Members of the fair sex who I have hajr tela r gatt I neet rler puwil'Tiil guise Uei'c gnecr.in neces- altates bore frequent use of de hand I., rchlef dan de bowder rag. it's im- bossible fur a fallow Wid hay feber to wear glasses dat aitherc to de doae, as hard sneesJa' .wrinkles up dal abbendagt so much dey won't Bday on. A fe'low'a best Mend when he's rot hay feber is bis dose nnd ayes. Dears from de eyes course down his dosi and ilmps from his dose drip on his chin Oh. its well. Its fierce to have hay fiber. OC-CBool Deri havt been a o,iwinii puns fur hay feber Invented since hay feber took iiN Mace among ds peskiest of ailments, but as one Victim 'put It: Th' only way to a,.tl having hav letter iii ile fall is to die in ilc sluing ' tine of th' surest signs of hay feber is sncejtln . Nut rcL-ular sneezln' such as i t.i .-.il by regular golds, but tlav t.astv lit 1 1 . ilisilressing sm etc char gctertstli of ib- ailment. Hi tter look una for dal aneese 'gauss if you pet id well, you're doomed to join tin i'rmv ot hay feber victims. Cst-cbool r.all Wanted. Sag Bkidmore had been "sparkin " Susie Jane for nearly three years with out coming to the point At last Susie grew wearv of Waiting, Sax," she said, "I want ter know now p int blank are yo' goin' to bev me or not ?" "W-e-I-l, I ilun no',' Mig or.twnu. "sometimea 1 think I will, 'en ag'in I think I won't." "Now. whul do yo' see S.D0U1 me j vo' don't like "" "Well I dun'no. Some soy yo're a I inlte near-sighted." "Who sez tint.' .lest tell me whs icz it." 'Well. I.tzv HOOpOr sez it." "She does, does she" Kn she can t nee ter thread a needle, Why, I con!, I see the eye of it plumb out ter the iratp." "Well, it's L'cttln' purty dark, Susie lane en vu'il harillv hev a fair ahowin', but L'iinuie a needle en I'll jest try yo'." Sut moved slowly out to the gale ami went throgtt the motion of stlck- noses un; the needle in the top of the post lie stepped ha. k anil halloed: "All read) . Busie .lane." Susie Jane stu,,a un the door-step, she bent forward, stooped right, and left, rsiseil on her tip-toes, and ap p eared to be striving for a sight of the needle's eye. "Now I lest kin discern the light comln' through." she said, at last. "Susie Jane,", drawled fag. coming forward, "th, re ain't no needle thar; but ef yo' wont me bad ernough to look u hole through thet pin I stuck up in the gatepost, I reckon, by jinus. I'll hev vo'." n i ndralrable Alien. I", 'waul 11. Korbush. ntate ornithol ogist of Massachusetts, has prepared a bulletin on the starling In order to acquaint the public with the distin guishing marks of the bird and its habits. Mr. Korbush has 'found the starling In nearly every county Of, Massachusetts, and says that It' Is firmly established In seven or tight ether eastern s'ates. Hecnuse of its propensity to destroy fruit CI put native birds to flight. It is HOTEL- CAFE 450 Eloyant Rooms l PerDny.Up-VVith Botfi 2 Up I :.Clurk5t..nour Jtickson Dlvd; 7 agriculture unless active measures aie taken to suppress It. The bird is a native ,,f Kurnpe. About twenty fio years ago a hundred or more starlings were releaser! In Puh.1 ps and (park. New York city. Bines then th.'.v nave muitituiiii t-nurmoimlv ,,a i.... likely to become a aeiioua uiei.ace It 'as read far and wide The starling n - mblea a Mnckblrd. but hna a short! r tall ami a what heavier ; I'ody. At a distance it looks black. ( lh huff spots ;,, , v w lllM tg fllghl Is . nuked by haraclerlstlo nutter. In Pennsylvania game wardens have received orders to kill starlings I wherever they find them.