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TUB TILS A DAILY WOULD. SUNDAY, OCTOBEB 17, 1015 OK, CUT THiS WILL BE A GREAT LIP.CUS RottuiaiiH Arc Making Clival I'ri'pn rations for S'cxt I J BIG SIDE SHOW, TOO Tiiriiim.r Stunts ;itnl Dan gerous Beasts on 1 1 1 Pi'ogruuL be Ti i SEAT SALE FOR THE "CHiMES" MONDAY Demand Will Be Extensive and Yon Should Act With Dispatch, A FINE PERFORMANCE Everything Possible Has Been Done to Make It Best Ever Attempted, 1 I i 1 1 U WiMl m 1 1 1 J WSpiL p ( in did fashioned Uenth century wni fimt musical Villa CI A LI I WAT, lib Mnrt Paraili Mil; Ride Show 1 Order by 1 hone- Crder by Mail East . n 9 Third tjfJ 2 SOl" cti uurrr N CRYSTAL WHITE I, 'I Mtr IS. Sink Strainer? 2C N in ( i .11 kci hntil hurting VI ilur 1 00; Tit. Mi- Poiin' Iron i.. i lit tor Mop m h Hnllci iil ir ; ulhli, :ti. I Palls. Jl. Mop HI i-l. 1 1 And We Deliver : KANSAS CITY MAN BUYS METROPOLITAN iffering win u I he 1 1 - 1 1 1 ba vv i prM nt "The Scenes In Normandy. i.. ,it Real Estate Deal Involving $50,000 ( "onsummated Jfesterday, AN IDEAL LOCATION he nightly reh arsals In w hich ul thuee who were partlculurlj titled for to inti rpn t them. The emo la Murgurel Hill, mezxo-soprano; Ger trude, Miss Leone Egnn; Jeanne, Miss Mildred Marr; Mnnette, Miss Myrtle fnur .iliac.' maidens, Miss Qold'e ;. R, Mc( 'ulloughjuid L. K. Cone Dispose tt Prop erty in L. II. Million. Marquis ol I'orneviue, fisherman, ,1 Allen A bass, the registrar, m reported, bad been pending for 1 1 f I lit' lilt'! 1 I ; posed imporvements in that pari ol w w , .gi.t. Good Investment Ity. ' : ALLEGED CATTLE THIEF ACQUITTED HOMA CITY, '.t. It. that the evidence did not re in the penitentiary. ;ra uKht cattle which he alter- to .iti.i did pa) the t II.- Introduced seven Dixie Hood, lioscoe Adam a, tenor; the assessor, Oordon Lowe, tenor, and the notary, H, i ;. igram, bass. Among the members of the chorus and ballet arc the Mlsaes Nellie An derson, Alice Wilson, Josephine M..r rlson, Kate Brown, Inez Pottlt, Anna bi He Latimer, Helen Bchcnk, Gladys Urown, (Catherine Hill. Dove Gravitt, Katheryn Siegfried, Louise Wood, Gallagher; Messrs. Hogan, Harrison, Krndenhurg, Aubrey Thomas, Marti", Woolsey, Caseman, Leekley, uonaon, Kerren, Brown, Kemper, Irwin una Doctor Francis The ballet is being trained by Maur re Bpitser and the special classic dance number w 111 be one of the big features "f the production. Reals Tomorrow. Chimes" will open on Mondaj morn ing, October l", at 10 o'clock at the Quaker drug store, Holders of ti.k ets bought previous t" the a.! ince for reserved seat checks. Sr. .t have been reasonably prtcca the ling be Boxes will , . s many a. . . .initio at fl 50. l an. I the privilege of pla chairs tii.'irin as can tr rayed In the costumes of thi'it opera iii me. t in ' he Grand I heater ,,n Monday morning for dress re in .i rsal, TIRED OF HUSBAND; LEFT WITH ANOTHER , A. If you knew you oould k'et the market price for every animal m your place, you would feel lafe wouldn't you.'' It yon knew that regard leu of what bappena you would Ntill bo aii! for any loaaea yon suffer on account uf the death of your livestock, you would feel just an safe. And that in just exactly the way we want you to feel the way you can and will feel if you will insure your livestock in the Topeka National Livestock Insurance Company, For we will pay yon for every animal that dies. Sell your fat I, refers to the packers if you want to. But sell US all the dead ones, or, rather, all that die before you are ready to ielL It's easy to do. .lust let US protect you against loss by DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE" ol I.I 10-17-15 Topeka National Live stock Insurance Co. Without obligation on my part lend me literature and rate. Our polloy covers .leath of humm. rattle, ibeep, etc., by Dlsi ISS. Accident, Bunstroke, Condemnation. Kire. UtrhtninK, Tornado in fact, "Death Brom Any Cause." Ami even when yea hav. an animal or iior.i condemned by tho State, ere buy you the difference between the face of your polloy and what the Btate In liable for. Our policy, then, is an actual guarantee thai your utoek will be alive when you want to Hell, or that yon enu market all of It within the year. Surely tbit. proteotion Is worth while. This Is the way we Insure, This Is tho way we do. Atul, what's more, We pay while others quibble, When you buy a pulley 111 tills Company, you fb.n't buy a law suit. Some companies have very con fuslng ami bewildering requirement ill regard to the adjustment and settlement of losses. The only sale, sure and satisfactory way for you Is to place your Insurance with a Company like this one that pavs all losses dn account of "DEATH PROfta ANY CAUSE" and pays thin promptly, Wh.-n we say "prompt" we mean "prompt," for we live up to the exact meaning of the word When paylns all lOSSel uf winch WS are regularly anil properly notified. 6 GOOD REASONS WHY YCU SHOULD "TAKE OUT" THIS INSURANCE 1. You K''t the BUST protcctiou for the lrat nimiry. Our rnt arc rcftrKitinltli' ftml ti.'.t 2. Our policy iirolrct. y on aunlnnt Iomr l "Drnfti I'rom ny i'tinnr.' rt. There fi no eowelmek Wo Meoweati Ifo iiuc or fees Yon pn for our liiMiraiifi- ooee uni t in thtn ( nmpiiny. 4. Wr in nil lOMMPN roiupfl, U Ui on the urmitMl wltrn gldOSt mint U mntlr. No Olbblte, No qucHllont), .No dtliiju. .No IukuKh. u. Tnu Co!:ijjuy h uuiia, rftitAU4U( brtwAUlM.bl Uu iMliOittty falu uiiw .u.i OperatH undr erT!soa of StP.te lnsuiatice DtpMtMnt. tt. We write n Hcirt policy protecting alt your live stock. Don't kee; Messing which animal will die. Insure them all. Do it today the Blanket way NOT AN EXPERIMENT This is no wlldcat-fly-by-nlght Institution. We are here to stay. We know what we iir dolnp. Our plan of insurance hue been thorpjjy tried out tested 111 every conceivable way. And it has made good Wo are doing business .111 a larger scale today than ever before, and tho more we do the stronger we uet. Have compiled with every require ment mid uown o itiL' ,-Mutc insurance Commission and arc legally chartered to do business In Oklahoma Consequently, it wouldn't poj us to make Idle claims, even if the state permitted it We MUST pay the losses of our policy holders. And we do, At the present 1 me we do not have a limrle adjusted unpaid loss on our bocks. Write lis n letter telling us how niimv hour! of livestock JTOU own -how many utile, horses, sheep, etc. ami t ln-ir value. Upon receipt of your letter we will forward to yuu at once n full and complete estimate of what it will cost yon to insure your livestock. You need the protection we offer, l oil can t afford to take all the risk. 1 on will thank us for bringing tins protection to you it you give m the ohanoe. it is purely a 'natter of biikliicss. Don t overlook this opportunity. "V"v; .;s :'HJ vJo-W 1 A Torero 3 M, "2jL C fl- " i I own Cattle I own Hore 1 own Mule Value $ Name 1 own Stallions I own .... Jacki 1 own .... Sheep I'ost of ficc State R. F. D.. The Topeka National Livestock Insurance Company 204-5-6 Colcord Building Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 5 ' J CJcSP Agents Wanted in Every County We want good agents to repre Ben1 us in every county immedi ately. Good pay. (1001I work. The people JTOU protect Will lie yOUI licst friends. The surest, safest, quickest, most satisfying proposi tion you ever saw. Write us for full details ami terms to agents today. Address your letter to this office. Skint 00k Husband Traced pair to Kansas City; Woman Axrested, Acting as ins own detective, Elmer Benlfleld trailed bis wife, bis 1-year-i. 1 son and Rarl Vcargain, his wife's arrest The wife was found at a hotel, and Veargaln, w h.. Is part Indian, was Iven back to him Mrs. it. infi. lii .1 tlii offer. .1 result, she ami lienlfteld home, ami hi ami his liosi.--.- were attracted to each other. When be discovered thai she was one-six-ie. nth Indian, this attraction grew into lev e, he said, Her husband lost the dowry she brought him, Mrs. Hentfleld said, and her affection for him cooled, she re fttsed to surrender their son r.iri but suggested that the husband s. el dl- vorce and ash the court . settle the question of the child. To this solution the father would not agree. Removal Notice, 1 n ami after October 10, Doctors White, eye, ear, nose and throat, will be located In rooms '.'OS L'liS M and 209, Flrsl National Hanlf building -Arlv COUNTY PRIZE TO OKLAHOMA COUNTY -nits of Agricultural Khlblls at the K. . 111 Iclllta I ail 11ml 1 ipoHitlon. CHRYSANTHEMUMS BY THE THOUSAND J-'iist Annual Show Will lit- llt'ltl at Convention liall Nft Month. Ilic park that can bo sold to citizens fot f, 10 and 15 cents each. We 'an put out twenty thousand plants a yeai ot.ee we obtain a rose bouse, and in a short time we Can have all varieties f roses in bloom all over the city." The decorative scheme for tho show is being worked .mi by Super intendent Meisenbacher, who intends to convert Convention hall Into a veritable bower of beauty for the 1 casion. MUCH OF THE STATE HAS BOLL WEEVILS NEWC0UNTYW0UL9 BE STATE'S RICHEST Shaffer, as Proposed, Would Contain Much Valu able Oil Laud. FLOWERS FOR SALE I 1 111. nil' 11- Movement Begins In 1. a- and Threatens Oklahoma Cotton. with near!) 100 ball W.H yea d- w II. am, the prohibiten law and fined ami sentenced theirty days in , was dismissed. Different Methods. "Whatever be ante of Lamb "' "ih: lie play, d the market and II. lit broke " "And Wolff. h it became of 1,1m " "Ohl tie worked the markets und fc.'t ri. h " II i ,i it ii is no; noon TI l N 1'iu tin Tutsan who patron ises fOretgn Indusirj or mail oilier bouses. Me -et ll III llle al iilll ol III,' I olln. . tl. Ill clock, buttons his i llicit.. Ruspemlers to ihii.it Miii. washes his race will. Cincinnati soap in a Penn sylvania pan stis down t a table in iiie iii tirand it pldai eats i iii cjufu meal and renncswri rkinr . ooki .i with Kansas lard on a m i ..mi- stove; puis n ev . k bridle on a Kentucky mule fed with Iowa comi eultivates tiis ganlen with a Chattainooga ho i when bedtime cootca he reade a chapter frosn a bible printed in Ho tot! sas ii prayer Written In jci nsali in. crawls under a blan ket made iii i' .1. rsejf ami wiisiies bis nasr uii crwle oil Ihe null kOSM pro, In. I on the plan-. The on tin varii t h i of farm in a fashion thai rwise tahn aii rai I bit from Can. oil in has been awarded the exhibits of 'ti-1 i t a F ur and s, prize is 1 1 00 prise went tn .in lew ell county. Knn tnoney. beitiK se- mi Proceeds Will Be Used for Erection t' Rose House at Owen Park. middle of NO- announcement II. tiraham of i i position. Though ih" 'k a home e sas. ifot in lecte.l as tin- second besl exhibit H-. : .iik ii cash prize of $.".i). When the fair catalog was being arranged hu mention was made of en tries of county displays, but half a ilosen counties sent exhibits anyway. Bi gwlck county's display was put H b) Frank M. Scott at the expense of the fair association. The iudfOS iii the co unties' contest were Qeorgt 11 iir of Ifulvans and Q B Thomp son of the Kansas state tgiiculliral college. The Canadian caunty display, which 1 1 in charse of s it Jackson, county aptnt, of BI Ratio, and W, .1 Martin ol Calumet, won eleven first prises and five second premiums in indi v'.lual entries. The display Is made up of about nil of the products avei gtCWfl on a farm and l planned lo shew the variety of the soil products in the Canadian valley, The first annual Tulsa Clirysan themuni show will be held ul (.'oil Ventlon hall about the v ember, according to made yesterday by N. tin patk board. The board has I., en working out Iho details of such u show f,,r the nasi year or more. Eighteen hundred chrysanthemums are now being crown in the greenhouses at Owen park, ami trill be on exhibition in Convention hall during the show. t. gether with hundreds ol other beau tiful flowers ..ml plants, many of this section, first show of the the southwest. Ad free. The show for thn e days, and iiii.'iiiii d as soon Want to borrow money? World ijl'.w nono uj noA ind spy luu.v the rlfht party. , t blch ale rar. -in It Will be the ml ever held in mission will be ptobabiy w ui last 1 tin dates Will be SS I'ark Superintendent John Meisen , backer determines when the flowers I tviii be ready for exhibition. Ml Bell I lowers. The Chrysanthemums win be sold nnd the proceeds will be used to erect .. lost hoUSS at Owen purk, thus nf fotdlng the palk officials a means of carrying oul their lonc-cherished nm- bltion of making Tulsa a city of I OS. I "Ptopls here will be surprised to learn," said .Mr Qrahara yesterday, "that roses can he srown In Tuls;i as Mod as in IraflMI. and it Is our tt Uulion to propagate rose plants at I The unusual storms of August .nnd the very rapid multiplication of the bolt weevil m Texas have resulted in a tremendous movement into Okla homa. This movement, according to the agricultural department, is prob ably not yet completed, nor has it ( bl en entirely mapped out. The indi cations are, however, that over one half of the state of Oklahoma Is In fested, Unless I me radiate measures are taken by the planters throughout Oklahoma it can be expected that the boil weevil will do considerable dam age UeXl year. The bureau of entomology advises that the planters In Oklahoma begin I immediately to pick their cotton and destroy the plants. Ity destroying the j plants the developing weeviU win be 'killed. Two methods of destruction Inrc available. If th plants can he I plowed under to four or five inches ithis is the most desirable method of j procedure, otherwise they should he stacked in windrows and burned as soon as dry. After destroy inn Ihe plants preparation should be made for n winter cover crop and for u rotation of crops next year. Demonstration on Hog Cholera, e.e. il to The World. BRISTOW, oka.. Oct. 16. Owing to the prevalence of hog cholera In this section of Creek county, an ni unesment has been made by County ("arm Ai;ent It. K. I'rnke that he will giVO a a post tnortsm demonstration Of a choll ra subject nt the farm of Frank Carman, two miles south of UtiatOW, Tuesday, Oct.. her 19. He will Instruct them how to prevent cholera and how to treat it should I tin disease appear among their hugs. Sjir, iul In The Wnrld. PBW ETA, kla ( lot, 16.- The map of Oklahoma, because of the llni e counties Of No Man's Land has frequently been likened to a clcnvei In shape, and If the cleaver la turned upside down, then the shape of tlcj proposed Shaffer county is made, it In nol as symmetrical a shape, per haps, as was the original Shaffer county, which was defeated at tho lolls nearly two years ago, and It was a rar mote difficult pro Mem to ctrve out the county tins time be. cause of changes and conditions that hfcve been made sine the Initial pro poaed Sh ifter was drawn. Hoth, how ever, included within their boundaries all of the proven oil field, and if tho i i W OOUnty la adopted at the polls It will be the richest county in the state, St least as long BJ the oil field lasts. The petitions for the new i nty have been In circulation for gome time, with the intention of filing ti i m with the governor at one,, and sci iirimr an election. If possible. Tho Oushlng people ar. Ihe main figures back of the proposition, with tho ambition to be the county seat of Shaffer. The principal opposition Will come from Hapulpa, tho present ci nnty seat of Creak, and from Chandler, the present shin town of Lincoln. Payne county folks, adja cent to Stillwater, the county scat, .will, no doubt, also put up a hard fight again, but It is understood that the portions of Payne county taken With Shaffer are favorable to tho cl aiifre. Shaffer county, ns now proposed, Includes portions of ('reek, Payne and Lincoln counties. A part of Pawnee ci unty wan Included within the county, as mapped nearly two years EK. but it Is eliminated from tho I resent attempt. Within Its borders now are R0 miles of the Cimarron river, including all the Oil producing riVer-bld properties of that stream.