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Oklaliomaii Go To N. Y. State Weiunki Cituuu Gohu To In vcstigatc African ."King" It in reported dial two jn-omi nent citizwiH of Welninkn Iijivi' left for New Voile an delegates Id investigate (lie claims of Chief Sum, the Milf styled African king wlio was mentioned in la.sl week's i--ic of ill in jihjht as an iinpnslcr. Inst wct'k'N issue 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 ir.'M lieell Hindu of till' .i .'fiinsclf Chief Sam 1. delegates from V . .' i turn niili their report, if is tiiifavorhl( , Oklahoma will ..: a mighty hot ,larc for tin Af ilcnii ruler if in the mean time 1 1 -j has not nlisennded. Dr. Inr nioiiil anil a .Mr. Coleman are the citizens who went from Wcliinik.i to .Vew York. ', BEA cwwt. m Vt WW 'd. B. Lott i .'u-sses Away T3VA rrwTffTTT TITTA t o n'n Tjr a tt1 unr. n i ' S uumj j ir u u iuiiiijjo 1 J uu s ir j-xiii 'llj . x. L TULSA DRY -FARMING COXGRPS Anjr limn who wins 11 prize at tin lliU-riiatiii.i i f)r Farming I'ongrts-a ntirt Exposition at Tulsa will lit once aclneNe u leimtitliin that is inure than natlunal. Good farmers would compete II l!n- value of tliu prizes wore but .i Jienny oach, for the honor In Ityelf is worth while Tlio Congress, however, never does tlilngH by half nor In the onllniirj way. Its prb.es for the Tulsa Imposition will he greater In vnliio than those of nny other fair or exposition In the United States on similar clusBts ot entries, but they will not lie Klven In uionuy except In fow Instances. Nonrly ull fairs kIvo small cash prizes which are iiileldy spent anil nil ipilcldy forgot tnn. The International Con Kress wilt ulvo spcrlnlly on Knivi'd itnil embossed ineilalR, together with lirmiru and solid sliver rups and troptileH and farm miielilnery. In prm tleiilly all of Its competitive classes. Ileaiitlfnlly enBrnved Riild ami silver awards, bearlni! the winner's niitnn, will be Riven In more than COO Hull vidua! classes for shcuf and Tie- ilenth of II. II. l.otl, a irom iiient eiti.en or Sand Springs, last Tuesday morning was a .shock lo the people of that fa.st growing town and also to a great extent here in Tulsa. .Mr. I.olt hail liecn ill .since early in September. He was a Hiicfcssfnl inercliant anil a man of much influence. The liod.v was brought to IhiN city Wednes day and liis funeral was preaclied .it Westley Ch.lix-l M. I. Church . I'm- V l l!lfi'-i,itij,i.i. .ifl..,. , , , ... .. .,,, ,ii,'i, luiri ! im tlic remains wetv taken io nM.nl county, Texas, where he' wi Imh'ii It" years ago (liis month. . niothor, three sisterH and three, ln-others survive him. Altai a prospective liride in the per.von of Mrs. Oeo. V. Hunt or this city. Uev. (i. W. Hill of Sherman, Texas, preached two interesting H't'inniiM nt the .Ml. ion Itaptisl Clinrcli, t litis city, Tuesday andv vVedncsduy itili tM respectively. Dr. Hill is a forceful Hcnkcr who holds liiu own in the pulpit. VtXrKKrV "! ' - lWWIIUUlu-.-- "" JO m&tK!rrSl&b u''f Obverse of Prize Medal. fMi iCSfJfifi ftt JSb M : RcVLrse ot f'rlre Medal. farmer to pr. ii prize IM lei .1 national Dr ' I. itler threshed Rrnlnii, vegeluble and roots ami fruits for dlstitct exlillilts, whoio more than one runner eiitciH his piodiicls, solid silver or bion7 trophies, ninglriK lu value up to ?400 each, will bo Kl cti. Kor inilhliliml rollec tlvo exhibits and In the sweepstakes classes t b u prizes will bn farm machinery, some of the hIiikIo prized nniKiiiK In value as lilijli as JI.L'CO each. Every inachlno will be the best of Its kind nmiiiifartureil In America, and will bo especially de signed to do proper work In assisting the western cioph and moro of them per acre. This year's ili.i than lias ever beforn been given nt any Inter i hi or Exposition. bor, Michigan. The baler Is adapted for ubo with any gas power and tho ulnuttr may select any ii h p. gao niiglno niado In tlio t'nlted States or Canada. The value of the engine and balnr combined Is $7G0. Another big prize Is that for the best yield of sllago from results an nouncod by nflldavlts ot tlirno reput able nnlgbbors of contestant. Samples of tho yield to be shown at Tulsa. Tho prlzn Is nn Indiana Kilo valued nt $250.00, clven by tho Indiana Silo company of Kansas CIU Mo. Other pedal prizes aggregating nearly '400.00 Id r&luu will bo given lu the bad and forago cIhsscb. FEED AND FORAGE PRI2ES. Silo Men to Compete at Tulta Dry Farming Contest. The growth of tlio livestock and dairy Industries In tho southwest It today of so much Importance In profit able farming that special attention Ii being paid to feed and forago srTIIEG'E!' uSlPW- feWp-tfiTS ,ir "J ?,' shcutt JJM" .i .1 ti iwtkMMi ?J&-Ri--. na mm ,r r iaiii"" " rt-H"wttlw,2I-RrJE to f&Sk MIUll Iff: m f$ 'S?S :-i . V- r, ?ii jLm -Mr. A. T. Itrnce td' Micko'e' Is a visitor in tin; city llii . c-k.i Auclinn salu K11'11 "" ;" '' vino's Stoic, (i X. .Main. , JOxjiurt jeweler at I.evine's Storo, tl North .Main sheei. Come in and see liiin. He nnikes old watches now. A C5 W. nngt , a former wealthy citizen of .Mnakouc is in the it . Lawyer Aichie V- ,Ione. latety of hlbits at tho International Soil Prod- v:is nailer at the Starolfiec l-ritlnv llntH Tvnwilttmi nt Till... o-K. tu I est prize over offered lu forage class- mm,,. ,,.. ,-,, r ,i v- .- es lu any exposition will be given at ' ,,,L l,t1 ,ulH',,-' (,f ""' Ni,"'"" Tulsa noxt October for tho best col- "' N'-'K1'0 Hufiiii-ss .Mt'llS League lecHon, by Individual farmer, of grnst will meet in Amnist, J i J I, at Mtis and forago Kogeo, anil jniliiiK lroni the re Z32M LCTINIIO YOlT "lMNM'P'ii jH.rts coining from that city tho wizard spiiit in already tit work "'-tH 'S. i o - - - ttaHMIIB0V&&&rc:- iJfia-l'i1 ; 'IWIBW fi. L 01 II. Leaders Dr. V. It. Hnmphu'. Messr II. T. Ilntton anil I. Nail, a't of Sapnlpa, lanil piol.'ciu L't-and M'crelurx In anrcr of en dowiucnt and stale iirr;iiiiitu 1 1 )cctively til the K. and I., ol Ii . wew visitors in Ihiscily hint wce'r enronte to various plates in tin stale selling tip new lodges f.n the tinier anil 'ivinr new life In oltl inn"-. Tln-ie can lie no "deatJ ones" here these "knilits"' si join ii. The order is rapidly in creasing in ihiiiiIf('Is, tine to tht' constant work of Hicm men, ami when llu j'land loil'e conies t Tulsa next year the world will hear mv thinus of this voiiiik or-tier. ,,; U53J BARDON LOANS ON ALL GOODS OF VALUE Twenty Thousand Dollars Worth Unredeemed Goods for Sale BIG SAVING IN DIAMONDS 400 Elgin, Wallham and Hamilton Watches, seven to 21 jewels, prices range $2.75 to $18.50. Seven Hundred Solid Gold Ladies' and Gents' Rings from $1.00 to $6.60. Nice select stock of Bracelets, Lockets and Chains. Largest stock of unredeemed GUNS IN Oklahoma. ' Largest stock of high-grade fiber TRUNKS in Tulsa. Prices very low. 500 high-grade OVERCOATS from $4.85 to $9.90. 700 Dress Coats from $1.00 to $3.75. -. ' Krs 200 fine Dress Suits from $4.00 to $10.00. I- Our volume of Pledge Business enable us to give each and every purchaser a Good Bargain Dick Bardon Loan Office n 1 'a OKLAHOMA'S LARGEST PAWNBROKER Main Near FirsSt: - - Tulsa, Oklahoma . .f.- -s HEIpHHVI -i. Tv v A" . f