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WILLIAMSON IK AIR OVER LEGISLATURE iial Hti i i-eat Woi H HI Wo IT) hv i: Proving to "Our POLITICIANS ARE BUSY 1H( (rut ic Anxious icndpiv Are tor III! (in tti IW mill Meet. IN I I I r i. mix on i' ii i i r. 1 1 : i i;v, ' "Kin., 1 i Church sermons and politics don'l mli in the pastorate nf flovi i nil Mlti t -1 1 i'i the 1 'hrU- linn . hun ii in re I hi i ongro gallon, excepting tu Ms i ustotii, have notified him lhal he is re- i it tu prouch two ions i n Honda) con erning I ho woi ks of (lull, mill he " in have I h i es( of the week to t.i l K polltli a, Home tnenibei "f the church board belong ! one political parti and Mime i" anol her, ana i hej fesi od I I he uustor but I limn ht he hi 11.4 Use III.' I'll I IN ll'.ttlll iron, mi .hi. i iiin.i STOCK BREEDERS HAVE ORGAKiZ D HIGH SCHOOL "Y" IS INAUGURATED Will I levote bHituiu ing si a miaul to of Ituin l.l r Stoe UNUSUAL CAMPAIGN v ii Kiiiilcnti i rgi i Hvcouir hi i- it II u Beimol . M. '. M. hi' CANTON SELECTS EXPERT SHOOTERS 1 IM r ret ere nail IIIK K I -A M ' few days at nit i lovernoi .Hi- tin- i 1 rrn . i tot. 6. i ii was hiiii.'M u I II In ma would cssurc that I'I' in. h was being iii. rii m rnor m bow. wows sun ! 1 1 grandfather clauae v. 1 1 1 1 In- 1 1 . i In 1 'ought tn near upon nun io ii" it II i hi III red (he K"V i ii"r I set,. .1 and whi ( session, Thoj in tin- political r decision nil In I. nled since stats i vote of the peo the new highway II. .1st tu Tulsa Mtockiiu ems ( 'll )rll - llnwing dlstrlbutln Hull i, hi . .illli- Ii n ii' ui until ndii atlo It l I. Ills n thai ' he was i ll I II n i.i. i atlon, i in i in. Mud . There 1 1 1 1 ndlng A special ui be ii i .ui of Hi 1 1 .ii i iri'Uic Oan You Stand the Pace at 60 ? Kellog's Sanitoue Wafers Make You Strong and Husky as You Were in Days of Old. 50-Cent Box FREE. Ii you're "slowing op" on vitality. fcel Ihk "ii before you aaouui. your nerves in. i 1 1 tonic take KeUogg'i smiituua Wafers now. Hly CgttjflnjK ogth R9sneKaw i ul (10 tain people. u hi t in i the l'" bi nor can hold hla the pari) III anything bul .1 favorable vim anything .if mis gind would m the opinion ..f lomi be m extremelj di llente matter, He formerlj took much prldo in assuming authorahlp uf the grandfather provision and an In Mutational lawyer wo ti. The suprei tourl of St. .li s made It look like 11 ; had bei 11 dou n on 11 lust till! gol in It. Isomcwliul divided on the propoaltlon unit it for Hi"' reaaona atated. Others belli ve there la no ocoaalon for II However, if the aeaaion is -jt 1 1-1 It Will likely nut be held until after the first of t he ear Next v ear is earn ihiIkii year and the Republicans ana I '1 tun. rata win in. hi Ktate conventions, ol thorough Tulaa countj f.,i is il Hi'- rairgrniinus yemuiui us 1 ! foundation for wh.it is cxpeel (.. iniikti local stoi kmen exportei rather than Importers of iin- dairy animals, the Tulsa 'ount Thorough bred Stock assnctstlon ws organised. Colonel (. B. 8u was elected i.l. nt 1 r Hi.' 1. i t.iiiii-.it mil. w till' At .1 general assembl) .f the boy( I thi high school yeatarday aftei nooi tin high achool V. M, C, A. formallj in. 1 irated mi. 1 .ill preai 1: Invltt 1 in become members A atlr ring iiiijriiss was da'lvered by f, I Kul ... principal uf the high acl I, who urged thai every boy Join tii naioclutlon and take an active Inter pal in Hie work. Hi- expressed hi.i admiration of a boj wim lived up to tli"- oh nls fur which the Y. Al. U, A. stood w 11 n.iki', who is faculty advisor of tin- organisation, outlined the plan foi Hm year and Morris Tay lor, president, presented his personal Invitation to future membera a membership caniaplgn is to ba held the real of this week, tha student body h.'iti divided among several live members for thorough canvass, Although there win- fully a hundred .mil fifty boys at the meeting tho numlii r should be almoat doub'ed i" 1 in r rlda . venlng a be Kivi n, tn w hii-li .n il have paid their duea w (iii in Jackijon ille Pai'ticipate in N tional Match. I.. t. 11. Thi 1 ; 1 in nampalgh bun'tui t is tn iiim will .in i'm whi he Invlti- prei iliii int. il 1 was lllllil"' IWTI i'ii n imprlslng tha following 1 I., flrail ii constitution VV, N Hudson, jonn 1 wis 1 Illne, linn 1 ircutt Bd Awry and William Fears, lutlon !' expei ted to work the breeding of fine cattle ,mm Heretofore ll ii-'-s ; o iiiiill III! I.li.i.ili'il Hereafter it is the Intention to 1,, tter grades fnr exportation 1 hn 1I1 li'i nun. .1 in.iiiiii-r 1" 1 N 1 ' 1 1 commltti 1 wonders in been neci asa rj in I i 'Y' MEMBERS URGED 10 JOIN GYM CLASS lans Dis For W tor the United pile driver w hi mat bred h tin' plan success, I low il mllalng the In Tulsa Hi M il.lM been mint hi mi' In .1 if its tilt I Wils Ml, II Done, .I.i nl cattle ounty should be ele- I I lin 1. i , hauls - I'l.uii' i s Ii.iiiU ROinn lime nun uffi-reil ti as manj hi ad of pure-bred hk wen dealred by those Inl in.. . ii n l ori The suetreatl nonslderable enthusiasm among Btock men, i eral nf w hom made known iiimiU nf !H-.-f 1.11 IIU 111!' r.inn- till- I'lllulil IlinM "f relit cil During Mooting. rce- bl inn , I I . .1st I'i IIM J .rested In I .11 l lllisi il 1.111,1. lirti.-i iiii.i I i-ri Voangc II u. ii gou I'hl nl 40. Tlii is tkc rueiedy lhl lm Mtoultbtd IcUntitt- by Ita quick action, vlullilni powiiri It Imn brought nMrii ol brsin. wear pxbauatcd mn mnl wan nack In prightly viui ami tli buoyanc) of niiili When t lint "all III," woebegone leellng makea joh lirvil ol the aaroe .if lih Mnir nervea havi- "fox vou; jrou'ta ue,l mi Ihiir vital lore. You ra mr.' M.-V. i, ui bod) M.-K . nerTa-hangry, not tlyaoaptic, ml iiiuit build ap on u i.riv. InniiMiHul. II s ii ahanto tnr i. inun at HO tn fail gloom) or Io. apirited. ei ba lack tag in the atayini power that fill you arUk "(let-np and jrit ' Kellogg 'a Baal torn Wafera revlee you - yoa feel like a new being, and k.ri mi at your beal foi n'r- la eome, 'In eonvinee vou of Ibelr merit, hi ne mall .vou, KKKE, a to cent inal box Kelloti'a Sanltone Wafera In 'regular ll bnxea, nre tor tale b) all l.niliiiK- drill aisn Whether imi Kat them from ua i Ti, Ihem in, in ,iir drucgiat, dim t (ml l" ii is possible a special seaslon would not be held until after the conventions ere over with because these as scmblles sometimes contain to ;i post live negrce tne sonnmeni or i u- peo ple, The taxpayers are no! clamoring for a sii.i i,ii gcaslon, because then is nothing to fi thai will effeel them nun h. $500,000 COTTON MILL A CERTAINTY their t under unlit I In. ; iii . . that, Hhould i county To establish a t ii.i standnrd by which Ihey mtghi carry on their worki tho physical commltteo of ihe . M c. A. adopted a policy for the asso ciation al their regular meeting re cently. One nf t h- fundamentals " the V M O, A is ts watchwords, "Mind, Spirit, Body," and that a strong body is the forerunner of the other two, it la inwiiril ihis and that the committee is directing its efforts. Tin i iiiiiiuit tie win urge thai wr mem- of iiir conditions under which bor ol the association become a reK ttii was to be distributed waalular attendant of one of the classes so following their delivery none las tn get the maximum results. be disposed of outside of Tulsa Plana for the c intc winter were Thu argument was advanced dlscuasod In s li session, and many kn Hit- I'liuntv the home nr ii'Vi'ttts are ueing arrangi Hie move. S.e. tal t" Tba Win Id. OKLAHOMA CITY i:' members and throe alternates of the shooting team of Hn- Oklahoma national guard, which will go to Jacksonville, Via , and participate In the natinii.il competitive rifle shoot this month, have been selected. Twenty-eight nun were sent to Chandler a week ago for a twn weks' practice, During the first week the team would ba salei ted by the elimination process according to the core made, Tins has been accom plished anil On- 12 finals announced, The following uro the names, with t heir aggregate score, Se, . mi Lieutenant Milton II. Taul- bee, Davenport, 1.460; Pirsl Lieuten ant Hiirhluii Mitchell, Durant, 1,438; r tptaln Ralph It Jarboe, Enid, 1,416; Kergeant s. Bradley, Oklahoma City, 1,880; Second Lieutenant Paul Hi ewi r, iteii Pork, l(S76 ; W Ivate Marie Meyers, Bnld, 1,868; Bergeanl Joseph Kerneke, Stillwater, 1,867; Seme. i nt John it. Conwayi Bnld, 1 363; s. meant Rosa Taylor, Norman, 1,881; Sergeant Charles Danny, stiil wotor, 1,863; Private Paul Clark, Stillwater, 1,846; Sergeant William O. Sims pawnee, i."h; Second Lieuten ant. Jaine.s Rogers, Pawnee, 1.VJ4; Sergeant W. .i Denny, Stillwater, 1,316; Sergeanl C, P. Sullens, Okla homa city, 1,816, These men will rem. lin on the rifle range another week practicing, The si nil Is lhat of th aggregate u to the iime of final elimination for the team. New Patterns m Manhattan Shirts Now Ttes for ui e read Tall The Wen Btylsa m I all Stiff Hat stetson gild lHUilu Make, 8:t..M), 14.00 and 111.00, Mi; ami i if s thi ii.-.i i , '.,iu.iii,reil stn.'ii it wouiu he in eeM- , st tn ttie general pumie wirs to keep thoroughbreds, once they I awlmmlng carnival which Is were delivered, within the county I planned, The feature of the c i i :. ins inducements were nf-iuiii bi to teah everyone to I', n il which were mure than ordl-1 and to this end George H Corson, a vitv i.ltrietive In tne a era si' .la t v r.u iui riirior in swimminr. n Inter- grtal hen1! irnlvul swim. ll. M Stock ma u. ' estliill W Last wi Holatelns ki niiios. linii; O .1 8p Aimt I IVr ier udut lisr irv liven mi nt Bd Polsl i r ii ,1 iimh to Hi Mido in, ' i ixoi ner. ami responses Bre numerous, ei. ,i carload of was unloaded at Yesterday they tn the KIIK- 1 1 L-is! ered the fair were de- the terms nf t he mm e- following stockmen; Chnrli s a. Selby, John W rtalley, .1 P. Barter, VV H. Wright, William s. Avery and Mr, ( ; run w ell. nrceil Better Stock. the intention ol tnese men io much of their attention In the to tin bn edlng of better live although they confine their i It is devote future stock, i illy The t ,000 cotton i springs was practical!) Ki-llum:' Quaki i Free 50c Hox Coupon V i KBU OUQ CO . BUI i in i rmaatei Block Battle Oreek, Mies nil for Sand cinched yes terduy with the announcement that l than half nf the capital Btock ISprlngs Townalte company, through Icharlea Page, piled up 1160,000 of the foregoing amount, and II is ex ' pi cted thai of the remaining 1300,000 i a oal of H will be placed locally. 1 1 Holstctn br I. breeds of cattle The Hoist el na delivered are considered among t In thi Ir kind i ver brought en in, I F, ami much i Wit bin a few will not necea ndeavors to the All of the leading will have an equal beef and dairy va in in lie City fnr. a W.eli. Mr. Tar s' ii is considered the most successful wli. untng teacher in the world, h.;v log t: ,.i;ht fifty thousand people to : t .. Several baaketball leagues will be fostered by the physical director, an'l in. use nt the gymnasium given for certain evenings each month. Th Bundu) schools should ha.'j a league, of Inls kind. There is ilready a de mi '..i for one among the oil com p. "us and oilier firms if the fit.. ii oilier nuitts the gymnasium Is t" b? tinned over to certain groups wim in iv wish the privilege. Classes foi men. who shall assist the physical iil rector i. the leading of slnsses, W..1 nis. he instituted at one i. M'ALESTEE LANDS NEXT I. 0. O. F. MEET S , In to Hie World. OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. t -Mo-Alester was this afternoon selected as the place for next year's meeting eoi ihe (alii Fellows rrand lodge. Tulss and Oklahoma City were candidates also. Tulsa being eliminated on the first ballot and Oklahoma City on the second. The annual convention was concluded today. Officers tor the next year were elected as follows: Grand master, E. E, Norvell, Wynnewood; deputy grand master, S, X, Bwtmme, Talihlna; grand worden, Logan Hawkins, Tonka wa; grand secretary, O, W. Bruce, Guthrie; grand treaaurer, G. W, Schlegal, Chandler; grand repre sentative, two years. A, S. J. ShaW, Alius, one year, A. N. T.eeernfi. ( o- bert; George Morgan, Crescent; mem ber of home hoard, A, T. Whltworth, Carmen. Smart CTotht a embod) every little feature thai you might expeel Prom the mosl exclusive (custom tailor; bu1 there is no guess work - you see before you buy- - and there is a considerable money saving, you nan gel n Stein-Bloch Suil for as le as $20, 22.50, $25, $28.50 to $40. Overcoats are ready, too; u'ght weight top coats are the thing Por this weather $15. $20 unJ $25 diis. V Hamster fus ion! . Made . shoos The New British l.a-t In Tan anil Black wiih Buck top ItkOO anil SHOO. Munslngwea r Ootcr Dnderwear Union suits or Two Piece ill the medium weight Tor Tall 11.00, 11.60, 12.00 to 83.50 Suit. esterdny finest of to Tulsa expected of iht m. are, If those to w imm delivered cloeely ob- nal number will have GRAND JURY RETURNS 3 MORE INDTCTMENTS Bpeclal ti The World, OKI.AHiiMA CITY, Ol officers of the Rebekahs evening are Mrs. Mattle Kingfisher, president ; Crlsler, McAlester, vi Mrs. Mary T, West, Oklahoma Clti, warden; Mrs, M. E. Hcger, Enid, ser- retary; Mrs. treasurer. The Rebel at McAlester senlatlves of Maty Mi t. 6. Tile elected this Pemberton, Mrs. Viola prssldenl Marlow, ahs will meel next year There were 808 repre- ihe lodge iii attendance. t herd DR. Mtil UTTS l ' I I IIIM. IMM mis nnj ontgcnoNi in bai i box por Cholera Infanturn, Dysentery Cholera Morbus, Worms Diarrhoea an J Constipation. WttiTt-: kor out) i-ri I MOTHER iS BOOK A ' ' - - . .... - - t Baby C. J. MOFKETT MKDU lt CO. sr. ions. Mo. f i be enter of gparial to The World. SAPULPA, ' b t adjournmi nt thi convened here yi w'eri retu rned tod France, .i n Ci Brown, who weri iniinngi in. 'itt uf ; France is a pioneer of the city well knnwii here, while Cobb Is retarj of the Commercial i lul formerly was a county JmlK' , . p of I be most prominent nu city. G -Afti r a ten-day grand Jury again terdny, indictments iv against B. hn and Warren n charged with mis guardianship mat- and geo- Hi own and is ..f the SHORTAGE OF MONEY PREVENTED SUCCESS former S loeiei .. A. . ci l riar Is. I Cotton i nncipa i Witness. LEE LEVERING CLOTHES FEEL YOUNG! It's Dr. Ldwards' Olive Tablets For You ! FOUR PERSONS HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT Woman Loses Car While Travel Miles an Hoi 111 Vol i inc I" Beware ef the habit of constipation. It mn't fun e tin in I . Unnat a at a Ii I Willi Hush stlni'.i is 1th 1 in I'hi' World. BAPuLPA, Ok la., t)ct, a. rour per- It rtli on Main m ar l Ifth streel in To t se Vucuura Pump. OKIAHOM v CITY, Oct. 8, The corporation r mission today granted Dam to use u raeuum pump In its ; Hun In allowing t hen it Is made apparent neci unary, iunty for the pur reasure on the oil, in' put in use in lift in t he state, not refusi d per. pumps wherever h is t he Jurlsdlc ; tn be used nttei that such use is i ibiiiiioiuii barters, OKLAHOMA i'ITV. et. 8. Sec retarj of state .1 L Lynn today is sue i thi following charters: Western Mercantile company, Tulsa, capital, IS, 000; Incorporators, B. n. ' i 'all . Charles K Knur. K (!, Weh ll, Tllll.T The Snyder Benevolenl association, , Snyder capital, none; Incorporators. Helen M. Stevenson", W, s Robinson, r 1 1 Partlow, Snyder, IF BACK HURTS ,1. I i l.ui,. I h,.r TlllS :i iirnivi' tu'sc ana i "" '' " ' .'":, ny, eapiim, i".u"". m- Terry Dumenll, Theo- Tablets are a veg- SAK1 '-s Ol TS I I t s hill Si - il in IX It Kill 111 RJ Ol . Kilt it'it TO The i rttvs Tablet Ooni ai f$ the become gehe and misery In the I Idi region; rheumatic iii.. . seven headaches, acid stomach, constipation, torpid liver, lceileane.se), bladder and uri nary irritation The moment mir back hints or kidneys aren't acting right i I II 1. lad der bothers you. gel aboui tmir ouncea of .lad Baits from any g I t take a tablespooMful In a l i-- ..f water before breakfast f r u f. w days i fr r.nd your kidneys win ini TtilB famous aalts i mad ecid of grape and l mon u l im it with llthla, and has n for gsoerations t flush clogged k nils und stimulate them nettvity: hIs to neutralist thi the urine no tt no longer Irrttati lading bladder disorders. lad Salts cannot Injure Si I makea a delightful effervescent lith watec dr ink whb ii millions of men vi, m n lake now and then t" keep kul. ii ys and urinary organs clean. II avoiding torioua kidney dleeuc. a A Wonder fill Influence. Thousands f woman h ive unbound ed confidence in Mother's Friend. They have used it and know its value to the expectant m.'ther. They tell of its iniluence to ease abdominal nv'scles snd how they avoided these dreaded itretchinf pains. The afe external application prcnt- h soouu the vtisi number f nerve gpred Rale in thread? just beneath the hkin anil re- .;. it. Tv..rtd lieves the undue tension on the cords IH.ACKWRlAi, ikla lui.i Usmmsnta. atvinir irreat physical trains running thimir.h relief from Stubborn pains pruggists 1 On future i.. i...i.'. L'.;..,,! l im inl'es ei h is nootne'r treatment as dependable. cord agto l and, w In suii'i red 11 tiinlvi' lU'se a wren bed back. Tin nt her occupants of the car were Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond. Mr-. Raymond 'Was rendered juries could nol be determined. Hot husband escaped wim slight injuries, Mrs Osstp was the most painfully m- red as a ri suit of being pinni it ; under the car when it turned over, suffering a broken i.mt and minor Ace Miine to witnesses the macntne I was traTeling down tne main thoroughfare of the city al a rati ..fj forty mile an hour. Suddenly the woman lost control of the car and it I wervedl to the side of the street, hit I ting tin curbing the damage was in-' creased by trees In the panting, Tin car turned complete! over and ' was badly damagi d Both families are prominent In Si i ulpa, being well-to-do people, nay j ntond is a painter, while OsUp Is active In the oil business here. okl.ulmin.i ' corporators dore Ptn kdell, Oklahoma City Th i- mnaiiler I CHICAGO, Oi mann, chairman hnli commbnlon, , d- hallcngr. t 6 August Hi re of the national b isi n plying today to ih. i:v V'ORK, Oct. fi. Onls the lack of capital to carry on an educational i ., mpaiun to arouse Interest among farmers of the south prevented the Cotton Growers Co-Operatlve societ) from becoming a success, testified H. J, StlllWell, former secretary of the goi lety, today In the heard Ing brought by the governmenl to have Phillip G i Wadsworth, the society s promoter, re moved to Atlanta, Ha., for trial on an Indictment for using the mulls to de fraud. Wadsworth formerly lived in j Texas. Bttllwell appeared us t witness foi the defense. He testified he consid ered Wadsworth's scheme for toe scientific marketing of cotton worthy of success nnd promising betterment for cotton growers, had the promoters been able to raise sufficient funds to acquaint farmers with It. ; Bttllwell produced a letter which he wrote tn the postofflce Inspector j nt Atlanta In which he told of a con ' venation he h id with Wadsworth. In this conversation he said Wadsworth i ba.i informed him thai he had strong connections wiih wew l ori Dangers ..ml that the company could he us large as the Standard Oil company. On cross-examination th" witness testified he was the only one of ten original so' scrlbers who put up ons thousand dollars to start the enter prise He said thai "hen he discov er! 'i thai representations made to him I tiv Wadsworth wire exacceraieii ne ii siv:,,il as secretary an 1 director. Th" heariiii; will b ntinued. VVhal s j our idea of Jlothesl Leo Levering Clothea must ciiinc up to the standard of per fection and to your standard style and quality. That's why hundreds of nun jiinl young men wear no other make. A new suit free i!" a LEVER ING suit fails to hold its shape. to SO TA L JRED TO YOUR MEASURE Hals that conform in every way with fashion's decree, and that will be in keeping with Levering Clothes, al $2.50 to $5.00 Last but by no means least Wilson Bros., Furnishings. AMI FURNLSHKRS Hotel Tulsa BI Ifj. East 3rd SI. , 1 I DARKEN Gil ALEXANDER KERR TO ERECT RESIDENCE I'hh-iKn I'i il. ral le.itue duh's chal lei'.ce for a series to settle the World's championship title In major leaguo Pas. hall, said he had sent H copy of the challenge to his colleagues for Ihelr mint in.ition and consideration." Send BOOKS b) Parcel Tost. SKUAI.IA. Mo. Oct i. -The dis tribution Of hooka from the public llbrarj to surrounding rural districts by means of paroel post whs In augurated today by Postmaster B. K. Ji ' nson The rural schools ser."'ay branch libraries nnd the school teacher as the librarian. Gas in The Stomach Is Dangerous Warning of Acid Indigestion Use ol Manei.a t)Uie All Son i teas and Patu. Prompt Will Build Ono of the Fin est Homes nt City of sand Springs. UK EASY M W TREATMENT NOT mi II KMI.s, ri it.s . I c HAIH DARK M LUSTROUS. r il; iptpSlS prrre u' Itaa invarUlily indi troubltd b SB- will slow ar when rtlacli well, Oct tt VI Ki.ickwelt In do n K,,i. . HO CLICK'S The Original MALTED MBLK Unlets yon say HORLIGK S you may goi a Substitute t ulinr I in. at n regU' I., i ia.tr p Mon In" niL-hi. 1 he ret ..i fi r till inlinu la .al short c iia i mneweii. a farmer i ag wea ol Iowa s struck by a .. i While In big ear and al n. t killed When h- whs dra" eed doWU 'hi trail Th touncil ulso flaurr.l n a p. ,t.e im iet. but this was final. y IsJ I UVOf until l hi next n.eetlna. Half Million for dew orlciie N".w ORL.KANR, Oct I Mayor Bebrman ws authorised toniaht by the New llrlenns city council to tn four 1 lieirnt late n loan ..f .',iin.ilil(i tn he ex- o cr.iiii pended in repairing and SiiffirT from '.ndiRfstl ilioiild remenibr llial the r wind In Ihe atomach rato that the atomarh la , eeatre aidiir. rail and raiura th food In fcrmmt ami 'thr fi-rnie ntinr food tin tarn SjVM rite to i. i s gaara whii-h diaKnd thr atomarh. ha l.fr thf tvrmiil fitrrtlom of vital inleri.al a .mi..' aivlf. headn. hr. Int. rfrrr with las Kent your d way save rooms time The World Want und worry. iiiiinleliml h li til i nas. I'anioKo t inunli lp.il bnlliliiiKs here as n result of last week's storm was estimated nt ItOO.tfl. Dt pr ndlng on the nnmsas "When are vou going on your cation?" ' "Whetl the Bit wns Ret hack." "But what li im th Mrovtnsj to wirti II "Kv tyt.iin..- Mis. Blown orrewed our Metiiuer trunk and BroWO look my suitcase.' Dei roil rre Bresa lion of Ihe In art. and charge the li'.ool atlram ilh SeaSlI pmnoin. waiea in lira- nioil ruin tha health Plilaian ttj .i '. .piiil.;) diapel a dangeroui rriimn- I u-n ,1 n the Klnnmrh and t top tntarfrttllt j ( j;,., rrrmrntith.n whirh erestts the gss. Ih' ariil In the itenaci mn-i ix- r. .i and lhal tW ihia porpwe there la no'lilnj mtti ae rood na a lea;.nonftil of pure hi.nraie.l magnetia UakeS 'n a little water imneillatr'.r after meala. Thu inntanlly MatrattseS the a'id. thna Ioiki fr- Min and the fnraaaiion nf ga. and rnah'.a Ihe inflamed. BMteBsaj atoma. h io nro-td with Ita work aider natural rosaTnieaa Birald matneia la ob laleaWa la p.iwder or lab. el form frum itrnftlal ; but a Ihere are manj dlf- r.nt faraaa of magn-ta il in Important t at the I, mutated which Ihe ph)irtan l.renrribe nhonld be diatlacllr atked for AdT. n- do Alexander R, Kerr, president of the A. H. Kerr illass Manufact urlnar com pany at Maud Springs, has arrived In Tulsa and will shortly liegin the erec tion of a costly rcsldotKo at Sand Sprinits. Mr. Kerr Is recognised as one of the leaders In the glass In dustry in America, and recently caused headquarters of his Immense industry to be moed to Hand Sprintrs from Chicago. The Kerr company operates two lance fruit in r factories at Sand Springs where the famous Economy jar Is turned out dally In excess of 100.000. Their factory and business Investment rune Into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, and more Jhan five hundred men ure on the payroll of the company at Kand Sprint.. Fol low inn recent extensions and the building of new warehouses, the fac tories will begin operation next week after the annual repairs have been ( ompleted. Attesting- the thorough workman I ship and principle of this big Sand Springs Industry, results in ti shape If your hair Is gray, si m iked with gray, prematurely or Just turning. Kray. If your hair is fallinx; If you nave dandruff and rour head itches, simply shampoo your SoalD and hair a few limes with y-Hin Hair I'olor Restorer. Nothing else required. In a day or so all your gray hair WlU turn to Its natural youthful .lark shade. Bntlra head of hair will besoms clean. fresh, lustrous. Wavy, thick, soft, full of life, dark and handsome. Q-Uan is harmless. Is not a dye, but acts on the roots, making hair and scalp healthy, so the gray hair naturally turns heautifir ly dark, so i.conlv Hi. t HO one can tell It has been i si il. AIM I stops itching scalp and dandruff. Oat a big 7-oz. bottle for only 50 cents. I Apply ns directed on bottle. If Q-Bafl I doesn't darken your griv hair, 5.) j cents refunded. Call or write Quaker ; Hruu IV. Tnlan. Oklgb ut-of-to.nj I folks :-upptltd by pan el post. of bins ribbons have been gained at I the San Francisco exposition and at ail of the state and In.-al fairs where the Kerr products have been ex-'hiblted. ..