Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 85, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 28, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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.MITHOI) KI WI DY
V h.n It MIX ttnilll 1 DMSDW MOIIMNO HI CI MUMl
nm mr a visit of soma IciikIIi after ' main until tli end .r tho hollilavii
llilili they will leave fur' Oregon an. I Mr. ami M. l'vvin will remain
llicru they kUI niak their future 1 for a lomicr vtnli
mo. They have been living in Kurt-
Mr. Will Lynch left yesterday for
. Charles Military Aciuleniy Sin.
rn;nminy with his mm Uohlliiflr
in Is a student In the school anJ
been li'iiuo fur tlio holidays.
HAS M HE AROUND !!AS Hi
Mrs. C. W. l'milc spent vesti
Ilia city from Chelsea
flilc Ieniruo I.nuvor Will (iet
'J'lii'iii A Man's Opinion In
II. W. Tlundolph when Khovvn .T.
J. Kennedy's attack 11(1011 him pnb-
lshcd In 1111 afternoon purer replied
.tint of all of the i-'-Ht r.i hiliiR orders
iskert Ijj1 h'm J. C. Kennedy alone
ihose to c tut Ills lot In Willi the hoot-
pbipth and put hlniHclt In the poM-
on of defiance of the law. 1
"What Mr. Kennedy should have
kmu when that suit was filed iiKiilnst
I iles Simmons Kennedy was to
live disjoined himself from tha i'itli-
X two defendants -mid brought nr-
jon of ejectment aKnlnxt them.
jould have placed him entirely In the
ar. This Is what Mrs. Hauler did
the matter of the Alcorn Hotel;
liut Mm. VtVltzcl did In thu matter
the Cheyenne Drug Store and the
kite will have no penalty mills to
I) hIi titcOnfit them.
"As for the Ion r ll.t of property
ilders mentioned liy Mr. Kennedy
1 have not gotten to them ther-
ire Mr. Kennedy s article of iieces-
ty fall flat. Suits will be filed
gainst tlio operators of Joints In these
uililingB but I waucr In every ln-
:aneB the owners of the buildings will
ring ouster suits aKainst the jolnt-
ils the very thing that Mr. Kennedy
Itev. and Mrs. Uranium nr In (hi
1 from .Suliihur for a visit with lilt
live fuses t""H ltli friends. Jlev llran-radiilion-l1
formerly pastor of tlio Tl
t Memorial rliiH'cli.
beginning Wr. and Mrs. (!
A ilockit tlieir guest Mis
I three children.
C. II. Mother la h.iiii1Iiik the
week In Fort Scott Ivan
Mr. And Mrs. It ws nnfiu nv
n I liriMtiiKH dinner Monday IiuvImk
as tlii-lr guests Mr. and Mm. Will
French Mr. and Mrs. Klliert Cur-
lln Iir. and Mrs J IC . French and
Miss l.jda French.
Jir. and Mrs. fl. licZcll llawley
nra In Kansas culled there by the
Illness of her mollier.
Miss Itertlvi Aleolt entertained six-
teen of her young friends Monday
afternoon with a 1'hrlslni.is piuiy.
MITIUU'OI IS II AS immiam: .
i:ihi 1; ( i i:itiM.s 11 1 s v
Mi.ss Jessie Tlnnln levaes today for
I'ryor for a visit with her aunt and
uncle Xlr. and Mrs. T Jl. llayden.
Injt th iisir
While a inr
wiui tue n
uccr on in;
cases to be
I John of l'ort S
A Ward have
(". K. I'.nt.er
ott Kan. 1 1
Mr. Allen Pcrliu Is Hpendinu the
liolldny week with home folks at HI-
bum SprliiKH Ark.
Jcannette. Adjoin U soeii.llnj'
week In Jojilln.
Miss ensile llolman
from u visit ltli her
ulster In Hu-
liouse jiarly Riven lv Mr. and
. .'. l. CoKKesliall from Sutur-
evenliiK lintll yesl.rd.iy innrniiiK
nil.t Itf liLn 1 .... A 1
Thlf.1 ......r.rficT iu' """''"V- The quests were Dr.
Mrs. Win. air son Mr. and
the m ouse . . ... . .
ti f. 11. ' 1 ' " Jllll'"i anil Mr. and Mrs.
1 1 if !"Wn'
whic h Indicl
I Tile tnentln is of the Country Chi!)
1 will give a formal dance on New
Year's eve. The event Is gtvlnir rise
to much pleaHuvcablii anticipation md
to add to the pleasure there will bo
a number of out of town guests.
eniof'th'-- "' X'"""1 Wan
I ' returned from .Sapulpa where
" b Wer. the RuestH of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Thu
' riio Sneddfii.
4R1 C'hlOi.. --..i it.. ... .. ..
fie Hallway."" 1 l"e
her mother. 1
Mr and Mrs M. R. fllnn enter-
tained Moniliy eenliitf complimen-
tary to Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hmltll.
(Siictsts were Messrs. and Mes-
ilames I.. K. Cogswell Lewis Cogs-
well J. Miller and MIhs Grace Gregory.
Siif.hl 10 tli World.
(.iiithrle nkla. I iee Ac.irdlug
in 1110 siatenieiits Just Issued by the
Clearing House association of P'-ls-
homa City the bank clearings of )J it
'.ly for 1010 are almost double what
they vera two ycar ago. The fig
ures for January 1U09 are not 1
tainaiiie but fur l'ebruar of that
year the Hearings were $"iS0fl.ii71
lor the tin nih of September l'.iOH.
they had Jumped to $HH:i;i;u3 and
they have never since fallen below
that figure. The l'ghcsl point reach
ed last year was In November. $IV
0 J. 1 biF. tor the corresponding
month this ear. the flgnr.Ti were
1 1 1.7S4.401 an Increase of nearly 10
per cent. I'. (1. I tennis of I lie clear
lug house assoelallon estimates the
December clearings will exceed $10
000000. The total clearings for 1!H)!l
were JSS.00 -1940 and for 1910. in
eluding the ten million estlmale for
December will bo J 1 S:' r.0 1.7 Till.
The banks of Tulsa .ru also show-
Ilia good from a clearing house siand-
polnt the totals for last week aver
aging; (97.507 per day or a total of
J r. 8 5 0 4 5 for the entire w Week
before last the Tulsa Hearings reac h-
ed tlio highest point In tlio city his-
tory going above (i;iO00.
I'ANTAI.OONS Sl ('( 1:1:11 IIOHItl.llS.
mil t 'ha 11
. John Simpson
as their quests
11 nil daughters
Mr. ind Mrs 1 lug the week
Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Hughes and A "'H Aiiiioiihith tlio Idlest
their guests Mr. and Mis. W. II. I In Womun's 4 lollies.
Hughes of (.11 City fa are spend-1. r"rl"'
nern inai inn
11s not done.
I "furthermore Mr. Kennedy has 110
lore right to use his own property for
hmoral purposes than If he did not I redatlon
Wn It. Such it -theory of the law be-
ings to the dark ages ui Mr. Kennc-
Ir will find out when his case comes
I trlul. If he wishes to stand with
tiles nnd Simmons that Is his choice
lid hiH business."
(In regard to that part of Mr. Ken-
tdy's letter vindicating; his charar-
ir Mr. Randolph had nothing to say.
ieeordlng- to tlio attorney for the Civ-
i League a man's estimate of his own
isiness and of his own character
his own particular affair. What
ther persons think however Is a
liferent matter. The greater part
t the g lllzens of Tulsa have put their
llgina upon the gambler and the
joutli-Kver and that opinion Is the
dnlon of the World.
It Is said the gambler nnd the boot-
ggerre the nasty old planks which
host be pulled out of the ooze of
tioral filth before there can bo laid
Iny suhiitantlal basis for progress.
furthermore many do not approve
tile llctloil Of Ml-. lwA.nnn.le In
flrapglng the name of Mrs. Hagler
nto such a controversy for Che rea-
lion that Mrs. Margaret ll.igler did
What a conscientious woman rliould
have done; Immediately Joined Mr.
jllandolph lu n petition for the eject-
inent of Overton and Green from her
ipropeiiy. Tills Is whut Mr. Kennedy
did not do.
4(1 ylUi y ' .viiciiiei Him uiingiuer renri
postoffice Kri1 "ni1 "arry bert nnd
iil7u ' I11"'" "f W Keno.. M"T and Mrs.
i..v 111 I.1 '""ilel entertained
and Mrs. U.
In Dewey guests of .Mr.
R . Hughes.
icli- honor last cvcninir. The KIM.
i will return to their home today.
TO KXI'LAIM AUTK I.i: TO l'OIi:
r ano .111s. c. h Avery have as
r guests their mother Mrs. It. It.
(liior on li
liquor on .
..'' natal day and the Christmas day
mis in me niiixe or a am r
IV of Noel Mo. and Mrs
and of Cartervlt!e Mo. They
as guests for the holiday Dr. and
V. E. Smith of Colllnsvnifl and
and Mrs. I'd Avery and children.
J. W. Marshall whs given 11
dinner Sunday In honor of
Miss Susie Cramer upent Sunday In
Colllnsvilla with Itev. ami Mrs. Y. !
C. Hickman. 1
Miss Josephine Gray returned yes-
terday from spending; the holidays!
witli relatives ot Mulhall. 1
JO. It Is announced
successor to the hob-
'hie Kit i it has nrrhed ami that It
Is an exact reproduction of the dress
worn by Turkish women minus the
Veil. Loose fitting pantaloons fash-
ioned as elegantly as possible will be
fastened close to t lie ankles I'niis
dressmakers who will handle the cos-
tumes say the petticoat Is doomed.
1 Muj and Mrs. Duidsoti of Arling-
ton Tex. announce the birth of a son.
! Major Davidson Is the son of Mrs.
I Iavdson of tills city and has visited
1 herd frequently.
.70 v. 1.1..1- .1 UIIOO.1 II"
mailable "nd R' lm Hided Mrs. J.
i'i. i.'ls"" (r Moberly Mo. Mr. and
color of '"' u"lu M'-irNhall and family Mr. I
WciIih1 MrH T' M- T. and
4S8 Jl '' "'v'' dements am Miss Hue De-1 w
.......nffi""1''1'- T'"' Bi'estl gathered while :
A "it Mar-h.ll
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ttimarn re-
turnned ye-ilerday from the Christ-1
mas visit witli their larents In tiuth-rle.
Horns Proved I'atal.
Hy Asicirialc'l Press.
Nowata ('kin. Dec L'7. Mis. Dan-
iel Sutton wljnse husband Is an etn-
Uloyee of ft local oil producing com-
!U V. received fatal burns yesterday
vben a gas stove In tlieir tent on an
oil hind lease near Nowata exploded
Igniting her clothing. She died
the Shoe Bill Is
a Real Problem
The aycrngc family man buys
cihocs for five people aiul with prices
ns they arc ami with the way shoes
wear out he lias his hands about
The worst of il Is there's no prospect o'
things fjelliti' liny lietler so hug as you lmy
the average run t?. .shoes made of trust-
iamieil leatlier nnd .saddletl with the prtiliU
X)f four liiiddleiiien.
Endicolt-Joliiison .shoes nre niade hy
jhc only shoe coneeni in the world that tans
its own leitthei Iniild.s the shoes complete
from the hide to your foot nnd sella direct
to your home dealer.
Kiidieoll Johnson & Co. can save you
from r0e. to $1.00 on every pair of shoes you
lmy and ;ive you twice the service and
wear you ever got in any other shoo at equal
The EXDWELL U their street mid bus-
iness shoe $.'.(10 $:3..'5( and $4.00.
r KN'DWKI.L kIkics cnilniily foot-comfort with
nil the latest kinks of fashion. You tiro not limited
lis to styles. Yon enn net nil tin modish lasts all
the shnpes of toe nil the colors of leather.
Luuk for the niiuie slumped on every shoe
u T-J W L2ZZ33
THE GLOBE 13 E. First St.
Plioo Layers mho live ouHiile llif city nlirrr tliis piitirr is puMiilinl imii li-nrn Hie names of their home dealer! WBo
TJ r: l KI.I. Shoes hy writin to laidicott JoIiiimjii & t o. Iliidicoll N. V.
j. l M.. .1 1 it m i ' i
Miss l.enh Man in
ell 111 Cleveland.
Is upending tin?
to (lei I II J
was at church inali-
fir. II. II. Messlner returned to
wata yesterday after upeiidinj
ristnms here with pis luirents. Mr.
d Mrs. ('. Jl. Aleiiner. M rs . Me.
er rciualiied for a longer i."lt.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. I'.rldKes left
I yesterday for Cofieyville Kan. after
! 'i Ult with their ilaiiKliter and her
liiiHhand Mr. ami Mrs. K . P. Kes-
serlinst. Thry wen- accomp .led In
i their little granddaughter Helen Kes-
Adair Kidnaping Case
Comes to Termination
Porter of California refuses to honor Ilaskel
quisition Martin charges plot to beat chil-
. drcn out of S2(S000 in annuities
Vov.i Clay has returned from
Willi home full; at Neosho
i ' n 'i
e at K. (
I a rifely
;a st'irted the
week with a
tliu happiest events ct chron-
I'rliice Maxnillllaii Will Di-rend
Stand for ( liurcli . I nioii.
llonie Dec. 27. l'rinee Maxnillllaii
uf Saxony a Jesuit nnd hrollier of
tlio king of Saxoiiy has arrived for
an audience with I'ope I'ius. lie Is
UeiiyliiK hlm.'-ulf to nil callers. The
olijcct of his vihlt la to explain per-
sonally to the pope the authority for
his fumotis articles lu nil ecclesiasti-
cal periodical on the union of the
Urlentiil nnd Hoinan churches.
It Is his desire to prove that he In
no way was rebellious umilnflt the
authority of the Honian church that
ho did not crltlrlso his mipcrlors and
that rnodernlt theories did not 4-nter
Into his nrnument. l'rinee Muxmll-
llan Is professor of canon law tit the
Bwlss university of p'relberK.
" " ' ' M'llllar
I .1 I I II .1 II IM I .III I court
UUIIUUIIII UUI lUU
ruin nr rmriiM DDI 1
HillIll Y r r .r V A DDLI
i I I II 1 1 1 U. I J I L.UJ.k.11111
: Father Mother and Child had It for
; 8 Months. Heads Mass of Sores-
Could Not Sleep. Itching Ter-
rible. Cured in 2 Months.
"The Cutlrura treatment lias abso-
lutely cured me and family of eeaema
1 whloh I my wife and two-year-old child
had for eight months. It tarled will)
mull pimples on the head of my ohlm
which grnduilly broke out In sores and
It wtu not lonjt before I and my wffe got
the same. Our head! were one hum of
eores we could not sleep and the itching
was terrible. Wo Buffered for right
month!. We tried different kind! of
ointment and medicine but It old us no
Rood and !Oon It Isan to break out on
our bodioi until a friend who hod the
same trouble told in about Cutinira of
which I ned two ets of Outlcura Boap
Cntiotira Ointment and Cut lour Ilesol-
Yont and I wa miprised. Aflr the
first few days our headi Is-gan lo heal
and in two months we were absolutely
eured of this terrible eeleina. Kuirene
Potthoff tHl llalnh Htreet Brooklyn
ly mine .. . .. .. ...
'. .lint I . n . I.iinuuc It HI ICII
cm at holiday dinner .M uiday her
a no n
cither and father. Mr. uid'Mrs.
wini?. her sister .Miss Kwini; nil of
pelia Kan. Miss Kuing will re-
The niarrhme of Mr. Joseph II.
Rogers of this city ami Miss Clara
I'reeland of Denver Coll. at Snpulpa'
Christmas eve canie ns a surprise to
the friends of .Mr. Iioers In this city.
Mis.-' 1'reelnnd was tlio miost of rela
tives In Snpulpa and the friends of
Mr. Ttocers did not know when lie
went to Sapuljn to claim n bride.
'Mr. and Mrs. Holers spent .'Christ-'
: tnas In Snpulpa and returned to tills
city the first of tin; week. They will
: reside ut 1 9 Hontli Iicnver. Sir!
' Rogers Is en-med In the oil and real
estate business In this (Hy and Is
'prominently identified with the pro-1
'Ki'essive business men of the city. I
Kcviil lo tli. Wiil-lil.
Adair (l(la. lice. 27. --A case or
great and peculiar interest to the peo-
ple of Ad'ilr l'ror Creek and In fact
to all persons more or less In Mayes
County probably cam1 to Its lust utep
when il few days ni'0 Acting (lovernor
I'orter of California refused lo grant
recinlsillon paper.! Issued by (lovern-
or Haskell of Oklahoma In the Rich-
ard M eilin kidnapping case.
Martin who Is known throii ;iotit
this country In now operating a Hiiiall
grocery In Sun Diego Cul. and was
chirked villi kidnapping by his di-
vorced wife. Itosa M. Martin. A
TULSA'S GREATEST 5 CENT CIGAR.
On Sale at All First Class Dealers.
E. J. STRIBLING MAKER TULSA OKLA.
7 . Oklahoma
Correct Dress for Women
vO this Olll lOrttlllitv of 1 1 1:1 1 1 lc i MO' tlio lKwii.lii
I. . . '.' l"v I 'I---Hid
vicinity J or your most liberal patroii-
Itlu; opcimio; ol tins .store ten months k
) announce that one of the inflexible rules
nriK'"0 ua' u "tlx oponinir day to carry no
i:n one season to another will be fully Car-
of This Week
(iitio.il'. at Dress Skirt ( ape. Fleeced Ki-
'iiy. WIouso Dress and Sweater Coats will be
(.w eiioiioh to assure quick selling. It will
ity. 'onsideratien of cost on any garment Hit!
..j.'iderai ion "liow; qu'ick.''
tintmd detailed news of the garments and prices
dnnvi'i"' m H'C World tomorrow morning and we
city me offerifigs
iu mrliursday Mohrinlg at 8:30
8 11. 3rd St.
today Actinif (I
I'orter rcluM-d recngnltion of the n-qul.-ition
Issued by tiiivernor Haskell
fi.id It is believed that the cud of
Hie ( ase has come. r
The trouble and the clrcunislnnees
leadiiu; up to the kl'lnuppliu chiirne
Is one of the most Interesting that
has ever been brought to the atten-
tion of the icsiileiits of this place. It
involves two children a boy and a
Mill who under a recent act of con-
gress have an aunutil iniuiiie of
ileal ly ftl.ii'io and when they become
of r.(je they will b the post essol's of
lands and other valuables to the
amount of :i limit SJS.niiu.
l'lcklng up the story at this Junc-
ture the Sail Diego Tribune finishes
It us follows:
A wolf in sheep's clothing also Is
said to entered the case with the re-
sult that three years ago the children
were forced Into the disgrace of a di-
vorce court seiiiid.il thu wife Hinl
mother charged with Inl'bletjly i'il
desertion and finally after being drug-
ged tbroiieli the then territorial
curls the decree was granted the
father ai'il the custody of one of the
children whs given to tlio mother and
the other to the father.
Since Hie decree was granted the
cose bus Involved u chase across the
continent and back aguln unil accord-
ing to Murtln he lis been liiirrasscd
from one end of the country to the
other by his dhoreeil wife and her al-
leged affinity who are now tr.vliig to
regain pef -esslon of both of the child-
ren mi tl.. the iiniiultlis which nre
to come Iron) the Culled Slates gov
ernment v. Ill go lo the woman
The man In the ense lie ci. riling to
Martin. Is Lawrence Dallas a sheriff
of Mayes County I ikl ihot.ia who
iiuineil In the ill core suit by Martin
In bis cross complaint as the one who
broke up his home and came between
him and his wife. Martin also declares
In Adair Oklahoma coniforliibiy si I.
uiteii and had c cry! IiIiik we wanted.
She seemed lo be Infautuated Willi
him and the applied for u dhorce.
i no ii a ci oNs-coni p mi in ami 11 was i 21
on this crosH-coinplalnt that I 1 Iv- 3
cd the decree. Affld.iMIs were filed
by prominent cltlcus of Oklahoma
In which It was Mated that the wife
was not a lit person to lake care of
children and lu order to compromise
I was given the cuxlodv of the bo'i
mid Mrs Martin took the Irl.
"Later when mutters took another
course we wanted to cwup custodian-
ship and in order to malic 1111 1 1 is
ivertior clear an ngrcemciit was entered Into
whereby she was to take th' boy and
I the KlrL This document was sltncd
May 4 lliiili and at that time the girl
was 2 .Mills old. At this tune both
of us rcllniil.dieil nil claim to any
property which Is to come In our
children In later years.
"Sine licit t i 111 0 I have traveled
from Oklahoma to the Atlantic nnd
from tin-re to Seattle and then down
to San Diego nrrlcing here on Aug-
ust IL' liiKt. During this chase I
have speiil nearly H.om In the fir.bl
to keep the little girl (iway from th t
hands of that woman.
"Dallas has a wife and hvo little
.litis lu 1 iklaboinii and "t the lit
primaries his actions in relation to
my wife were used as a club over his
hciiil ilniiig tin- campaliiii. He was
def utcd nevertheless and since that
lime lias been Ir.vliiK his bint to get
even with 1110.
"I was iiricsteil iere on u war. ant
Issued at I'l.vor ('nek but J believe
that the reiUiNltliui for iny return"
cast must have been obtained by mis-
represent it lull uf the ca.ee. After my
airist my farmer wife was loth to
come here and when she did arrive
h'T i Dallas came also he first Roing
to Sacramento with the papers
"The I ist seen of Dallas around the
city or the woman cither lor that
ninller was Friday win 11 they left a
local hostelry according lo it report
which 1 have received fiom my deter
lives and left for cl. more hciIiiiIciI
Since Maiiln's arrival here he bus
worked up a nice little business at bis
ill Htreet grocery nnd when arrested
his establishment. Has ehe-eil up and
remained so until he v as rclmscd
on habeas corpus pioi eecliius last
Martin f"iis confident that th-i
heaiiiii; before Hctllig (lovernor I'nr-
(UlciH ilu- liavcliiig liililli-
sri'i itioit si:nvi K.
With Cullman I'aiior tars from
TULSA TO MUSKOOEE AND FORT SMITH.
Also lo Little Rock Hot Springs Memphis and all
points east. Direct lint! to (ilenpool Paw-
huska and Arkansas City.
.1. o. Hamilton Ocn. I'nss. Agl. losko-ci OLI11.
rmi.imM iim ii 1 mmm iniMMfiiiewMiif!
Ial election on Hie pre
election will be held
"tiie lliiui In
Double Wcdilll.g at I'll" lie
S oil lo III. Wiit-M
1'awnee olcla Dec. 27. --A doiibb'
wedding In which sisters were the
bibles occurred hi -re yesterday when
.Miss Kayc Schiocder of Jennings was
married to Mr. Hurley I'. M. Dan-
iels or Jcnnlints nnd Miss llthel
Sc 'brooder was married to Mr. Itoy C.
Harper of Tnlsn. The ceremony was
reformed at the I'tesbvtei Ian manse.
Itev. John T. Curtis olli.iated.
Ills little daughter Nannie wh
How in the custody of Mrs. K ('.
Chamber pending the final dlsposl-
tlop of his 1 use.
ter Ibis afternoon will revolt In tils
that Dallas Is now seiddni? reveilce in being set free and after that end has
political reasons. In that Ills uncle j been attained he declare that he will
(leotge W. Muyes defeated Dallas ;it 1 I nf action to recover possession of
the recent primaries held In Okla-
homa In the race for sheriff of that
county. He dednr s further that Dal-
las Is providing the money with which
the woman Is making '.'he flg'it for
the child. Nannie u bright falr-luilred
little girl of 4 years of age nnd who
has heen lu ills cui'tody for some time
The story of the alleged plot to ob-
tain possession of tho two children
and thus Mln the unnulttes nnd the
small fortune la best told In Miitiln's
"It wns about three years iiko" he
told a Tribune representative tills
niornlmt "that Dallas came between
Wil l. ( Al l l i l t I KIN.
West Tills Hell Itiillvvav Desires to
l lnlcr Tulsa.
The Invasion of this eliy hy thu
West Tulsa licit Itnllvviiy company's
line now In opeiuilon In West Tul-
sa Is up In the people of Tulsa now.
The illy commissioner yesleiil'iy
Kratiled the railway company's ut
me and m w ile. We were then living ; tornry the privilege of lulling a spec-
There is nothing liko
a savings account to
keep at anil's length.
Lots of people think it
is of no use to try to
save up unless they
have large sum of
money to start with. A
mistake. It is the lit-
tle accounts saved sys-
tematically from week
to week that go to
make up the strongest
barrier against need.
Cor 2nd and llostttn
Tulsa Okla. .
They vanish like
magic if you wear
The Stetson Corn-
dodger. Look at the shape
yet snug conforming per-
fectly to the shape of the foot.
You are absolutely foot free
in a Stetson Corndtxlger
it doesn't pinch or cramp
a single joint or muscle.
You can walk one mile or
twenty miles a day without
foot fatigue if you wear the
Come in and try on a pair of
these comfort shoes.
AG EE the Clothier
2:i Main St.. Tulsa.
"Stetsons cost more by the pair
but less by the year."
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