The Tulsa Post (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 146, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 12, 1911 Page: 5 of 8
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Ittt I ULSA POST, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 191!.
Sand Springs Water
Absolutely pure and “best by every test” for drinking pur-
poses. Fresh and sparkling from the Sand Springs farm
each day. Let us Supply You. We deliver in sterilized
bottles free from disease germs.
Better than Health Insurance.
DIES. HIM OF NE
MrAlestor, Okla, July 12.—Lee
Courtney, a white boy. aged 15 years
ivl*8 lived al Savanna, ten miles south
of .tfeaklenter. Was stabbed and killed ,
at Chambers, a mining camp, near Sa
vanna, by a negro boy following a
Tiie negro boy was arrested I
THE ELECTRIC BLUE
BY W. H. PECK.
T. J. Redd, of Nowata, and formerly
Butler, Pa., who with Messrs.
By Post Leased Wire Service.
Lawton, Okla., July 12.—Angered be j quarrel.
cause his niece eloped and married and placed In the county jail at McAl __ ______
over his protest a year ago, for which ester, but he is unknown here and he K.iney, Sicklebar and O'Connor, have
he still carried an old grudge, it is refuses to tell his name or where he 1 rece[ltjv openf,d „„ H nic# p,,, proper
said, Jesse L. Fletcher, 66 }ears old, is from. ■ ty northwest of l^-uepah, was in Tul-
shot and instantly killed Jesse Bard j Immediately after the killing, a big I ' ,odav
low, his nephew-in-law, aged 21, sev crowd gathered and for a time threat- .. s . , , , McMatlan
en miles nortli of Randlett, this couu-1 eued to lynch the negro He was rush ' geoured a good bit of
ty, yesterday afternoon. , ed to the jail, however, and last night, ru e rltel. J*
Fletcher was out hunting when he, to all appearances, everything was acreage north of ( kema an
met Bardlow. One load of shot enter j quiet. The crown had dispersed. The; j* once* ProJ»Wy in «
ed the young man’s side and a second | negro is very sullen and will not talk ha,f of Township 13, Range .
Fletcher, or even tell who he is. The father of' This is thc neighborhood where a
Osborn and others are rigging up
for a test on the Richard Childers •
U»nd Section 19-19-13.
W. A Forster returned this morn ,
ing front Oil City, Pa.
T. H. Stanford, attorney at law is j
here from Independence, Kan
The Bui! for possesion of the Island
in the Arkansas river on which the
Producers Oil Co., in partnership
with the Western Supl yOo.. recently
drilled a deep test and got a 50 bar
was pumped into his head. noi™oi i—---—------ ... ..... ....... ... . .----------. - . ,
surrendered to county officers and is j the boy, who was killed formerly was i well was recently drilled which snow i rel ( w<,n wfts on trial before Judge
now in fail here- He is unmarried and I a guard at the Pittsburg county jail,
lives with a sister only a few miles 1--
All the latest oil development
MAPS OF EVERYTHING!.
In the Oeage Creek or Cberokea.
404-405 First National Bank Building.
K F. TISRON O. O. PARTRIDGE
Tisron & Partridge
Rigs and Power*.
Phone Red 878 Tulsa, Oklahoma.
TULSA DRILLING CO.
205 Central Natl Bank.
Conlractors for Drilling OH and Uaa
Old Well* Made New.
Wlien you want your house moved or raised, see
J.W. ASHFORD THE ACT,VE
PbBkck4y6 126 N. Greenwood;
He’ll Save You Money
from the home of his niece.
Mrs. Bardlow, 15-year-old wife of
the dead man, made a statement to
officers last evening, that her parents
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gallant, with
w’hom her uncle lives, are as much to
blame as Fletcher.
They, she says, urged Fletcher to
kill Bardlow' and when a sister came
to see her, Monday afternoon, the girl
wife ordered her off the place. She
says they have tried before to kill
her husband Fletcher refuses to talk.
Dealers in R.R. Wreck
Cheapest rent in Tulsa
Thread one cent. Patterns
Shoe Blacking one cent
Big Bale Calico Remnants,
50c for big bale.
Children's Dresses 25c.
1000 yards of Dress Goods
4 3-5c worth from 25c to
II a yard.
Buys choice from all Hats
from the McCandless Mil-
All Hawthorne Shoes
now at one-third cost-
11 gets $3 worth of Shoes,
Clothing at your own
price. Your price is
EAST 2nd STREET
Show cases for sale.
Goods that must be
Money Always on Hand
107 Reeder Building
TAFT DENIES IDE
Washington, July 12,—Absolute de-
nial was made at the White House by
President Taft that he evte received
any communication from Charles P.
Taft or any one else regarding the
Controller Bay-Guggenheim scandal,
now centering around the letters
which Miss M. F. Abbott says she
took copies of from the interior de-
Secretary Fisher, a caller at the
White House announced that the al-.
, leged ' Dick" letter from R. S. Ryan to
! Balinger, telling how Charles P. Taft
' had told President Taft that Ryan rep
! resented the Guggenheim interests in
' the Controller Bay land matter, never
Miss Abbott declared she took a
copy of this letter.
An unusual procedure in connec-
tion with the executive order opening
the Controller Bay district to entry
was uncovered early by counsel for
Comissioner Dennett testified that
the executive order prepared in the
department of agriculture was receiv-
ed by the interior department October
10, 1910. was passed upon and ap-
proved by that department, was sign-
ed by the president October 28, 1910,
and was returned to the agricultural
department November 3, 1910. Being
a forestry matter, the order had to
originate in the forestry division of
the department of agriculture.
The witness said The order came to
j the general land office ‘ O. K’d. by
I the secretary of agriculture. Hayes,
and Mr. McCabel attorney for the ag-
“Was the usual sixty day notice of
this Controller Bay would be with-
drawn from the forestry department
published?" asked Mr. Fennell.
“The usual notice was not publish-
ed,” said Commissioner Dennett.
“Would not such a procedure give
those who are on the 'inside' an ad-
vantage and prevent the public know-
ing what was going on?"
"I think it would.”
Under orders of this kind, accord-
ing to Mr. Dennett, the entryman does
not have to wait until the officially
signed order Is received at the local
land office nearest the land to be
takn up. If a survey has been made
the entryman can take up his claim
immediately after the president signs
Th estimate of Mr. Dennett's testi-
mony was that persons on the ‘inside ’
could have a tract of coal land sur-
veyed by some surveyor deputized by
the suveyor general, and on telegraph-
ic notlc the entryman could file on
land shortly after the president's sig-
nature is appended to an order.
"Was there any telegraphic com-
munication over this Controller Bay
tract in connection with the withdraw-
al orders?” asked Chairman Graham.
“Hhere was," replied Mr. Dennett,
Thereupon the chairman said that all
telegrams and corrspondnce under Mr
Dennett's jurisdiction bedring on the
case must be furnished the committee
SONG OF THE LITTLE PRAYER.
A little prayer goes up to Him
Kach night from Curly Head.
Who kneels amid the gray and dim
Sweet shadows by her bed.
Her little hands are folded sweet.
And clasped before her face; .
Her little gown is round her feel,
And round her soul a grace.
She whispers low so none may hear
But Him who hears us all,
And through the little room it flows
And up the little hall;
And up and up and up and up
On wings note the sky
So far it cannot even hear
A little child's good-by
ed considerable gas, and where the j pM yesterday In the district court
Prairie is said to be leasing on a i at pawnee, county seat of Pawnee
RUNAWAYS CAUGHT. large scale. county. The case came up on an ap-
Chiekasha, Okla., July 12.—George ; -- j plication for a receiver brought in be
Turner, Ralph Fount and Wade Me-! Beaty and Hivick have started j half of the Slate by Attorneys Led-
Ray, three runaway lads of the vlcin-i ipudU:ng on the Lulu Phillips lund, I better and Crockett,
ity of Rush Springs, were taken in Section 30-21-13. | The application was abandoned
custody here yesterday by the county j - early in the game on acount of the
officials. The boys were on their way! it's all off now, W. H. Milllken has | vigor of the defense,
to the west. gone to Tampico, Mexico, to take a j On the main issue brought up on a
- ! look at the oil fields there. j question of demur, the judge ruled
i Here's hoping he don't get stung by j Hint the United Stales erred in deed- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,
lone of the scorpions down there. Bdijug the Island to the Usages but —_____
Palmer was bitten by one and has . should have held It In trust, 1* <“«
Iliad 87 boils since, and is still having river is it navigable stream Beta
i 'em. it would make Bill Milllken | sides were given time to file pleadings
some peevish to have an experience I and the case will be fought out in »ep
Hike that. (tember. Judge Dillard appeared for
the Producers and Rice, Martin and
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
MEN EAT AT THE
OIL MEN’S HOME
Weigh yourself before commencing j Seth Ely has the casing which had | Lyons for the Milllken Oil < <>. *''d
to use Samose, , he great "-h-forming | -.lapsed -d (, im too, s ™j|g. ^nee ^unty^mer.^
, southeast of Mor j Western district for the government
food. The wonderful sale
preparation since first introduced in !Ia,lci 'n Section
Tulsa and the remarkable results fol- ris-
lowing its use have made the Quaker '
such enthusiastic believers In the 1 he Belmont Oil Co., (bred King
great value of Samose that they give!and others) have a 200 barrel well, a
their personal guarantee to refund the; half mile east of development at Lar-,
money if Samose will not make thin '7'ei Ul.
people fat and restore strength and ; ——
health lo those who use it. j T!,e Brltton-Johnson Oil Co have
This is a strong guarantee, but they a nit‘« 50 barrel well on the Pran < ,
have seen so many of their customers Charley land, in Section 17-21-13 off
who a few weeks ago looked like walk setting the Producei s \*ell on
ing skeletons become plump and well, '’anther.
through the use of Samose that they 11 «■ lo('a,ed the„ nor 1.west cor-
feel they cannot say too much to in- aer of the lease, No. 2 will be drilled
Sometimes she holds her little hands j duee people to try it. 8t °nce’ ,om; loca,lon l° 1 8 688 ' _
Before her eyes and seems This marvelous flesh-forming food ,allala PleB y , ° , here t0
is assimilated as' soon as it is taken j °H ( °., and the B. J. C o., is here to
into the storaabh makes good rich jsee we" shot,
blood, tones up the weakened system,;
helps to assimilate the food and i
makes the usefiplump, well and rosy, j
The OKU ROOMING HOUSE
1st door north of Brady Hotel
COCHRAN & D1LLER
To bury all her little head
Deep in the bed of dreams;
She fidgets when it gets too long,
As sometimes child-prayers will;
And weary on her little knees
At last she seems so still.
Oh, reverent beauty, let her kneel
Beside the bed asleep,
And they who carry God her prayer
A secrecy will keep!
A holier petition now
To Him from her it goes—
As though upon an altar Love
Had laid an uttered rose!
Robinovitz and Gillespie are shoot-
ing No. 6 on the Baker, in Sect'on
James R. Keene
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
The Planters Oil C’o., has a well
completed late last night on the
Richard Coon laud in Section 5-21-13.
It will be reported tomorrow as to the
Charles Pages well on the Hurgo
WANTED—Lady cashier, must have lftlld- Section 10-19-11, Sand Springs
A 1 references. Apply Empire casing at 1840 with 6 and 5-16. The
Theater ticket office. 148 "e11 '» * S°°d ^Bter »n.vhow the gas
__________ having been found on top of the Os-
FOR SALE—Five passenger touring "ego at 1100 feet.
car in first class condition. W. O. ,
Bohnefeld, Phone 1210. 148 ' he John Markham, Jr., well on the
___________ Finley farm in Section 35-21-8 lg mak
i FOR SALE—Bay pacing horse 8 years ' }ng a 1000 barrels a day It would ;
old. Combination. Woman's driver indicate hb previously mentioned in ;
! City broke. Also stanhope buggy and these columns, a connection with the
The police have started a new cru-
sade which if followed up, will keep
the entire force busier than the booze
business ever did.
The assistant chief arrested and
placed in Jail yesterday one Will
White for using profane language on
White was arraigned yesterday
evening in Judge O. A. Houston s
court, where he was found guilty and
in passing sentence on White the
Judge scored heavily the evil practice
of using profane and obscene lan-
guage on the public thorougbfaies,
! and implied that if men would not be
gentlemen in public he would try,
under the law, to make them so.
Production and Acre-
GUILER & DELOE
Rank of Commerce Building
Says I to myself,
Tbe Tulsa Post Is the paper to buy.
i harness. Call, Phone 1727.
FOR RENT—Well furnished
for housekeeping. Range,
water. 613 N. Main.
146 Osage, and adds to the value of the
_ | Island In the Arkansas river, which is
rooms i In controversy just now,
Phone 1699. P. O. BOX 723.
L. L. HUTCHISON. M. S.,
Formerly Assistant Director Oklahoma
Oil and Gas Geologist.
403 Flrat National Bldg. Tulaa, Okla.
OIL MEN'S LIVERY
Hunt ua up when you com* to
25-27 North Main.
I. A. POWELL — Prop.
Mechanical Engineer and Drafts-
man. atent office drawing* direct
from Washington connection*.
Phone 45. Rooms 404-405 First
Nat l Bank Bldg. TULSA. OKLA
CHAMBERLAIN A BAKER
Phone 1634. 223 Central Nat. Bank
Two other new wells over there
. -I---I--_ also show the same thing. The Minne ,
FOR SALE, or exchange—160 acres homa Oil Co., test, No. 1, on the I
good land in Wagoner county. Will Mlchales at only 7 feet in the sand Is j
take good residence in Tulsa as part making 40 barrels an hour and the
pay. Call room 21 over P. O. or same company has the old gas well '
, phone 1424.
FOR SALE—Good paying gents fur-
nishing store. Good location. Sell
on account of sickness. D. care Post.
FOR RENT—3 unfurnished rooms.
I $6.00, apply after 5 p. m. J. S. Clark
2nd house north of street car line on
\ Yorktown St.
on the same land,, drilled deeper, and
it is showing for 180 barrels.
King and Evans will be in soon with
the second well on the Laura Harri-
son Section 18-15-14, they are report-1
ed as drilling at 1450 feet.
Bigler & Stivers
Electric and Gaa Fixture*, Fan*, Mo-
107 N. Main St. Tulaa, Okl*.
Hensley, Deardorf and Payne are
rigging up for a test on the fee land
Says I to myself,
The Tulsa Post Is the paper to buy,
James R. Keene, one of the fore-.
most racing men and financiers, who j
acording to reports is seriously ill at
the Carlton Hotel, London. It is also
stated that the New York speculator
has been for several weeks in a sanl-1
tarium in tlaly.
EAT WHAT YOU WANT AND \
) 50c. AT ALL DRUGGISTS
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
Iron Sucker and Pull Rods
You Must Specify
Norris Brothers’ Make
Manufactured only at ROBINSON, ILL.
THE NEW , BRADY
TULSA’S LEADING HOTEL
— AMERICAN PLAN
Only Hotel with Telephone Connection with any part of
the Oil Field. Telephones in all rooms.
Private Artesian Water; Private Electric Light Plant;
Private Ice Plant; Private Gardens.
Rates $2:?*™ S2.50—
SAND SPRINGS SCHEDULE
Effective Beginning July 7, 1911, at 1 or*lock a. m.
The PATTIN BROS. Co
ost 1* the paper to tny.
PARK. SAND SPRINGS.
Last Car leaving Park aiill be field later on request to a<
-8:30 to 12:30 c»r»
every ho»r: 12
30 to 8:00 p. m
Complete Plants for Manufacture of Gasoline from Natunil Gas
J.W. NOLAND, Agt. Box 501 Bartlesville,Okla.
H. J. FRETWELL, Agt., Nowata, Okla.
FRICK-REID SUPPLY COMPANY
Ajax Steam Engines, Roebling Wire Rope, Reid Gas
Engines and Powers, Boss Pulling Machines, Acme
TROJAN DRILLING CABLES.
.Stores: Tulsa, Bartlesville, Oklahoma; Nowata, Okla.
Chelsea, Delaware, Okmulgee and Preston, Okla.
OIL OPERATORS- NOTICE
The new “Yorke” Steel Derricks have arrived.
Have you seen the one erected near our store? The Rig
builder who put it up had never seen one before, and
was only four hours erecting it.
The Derricks are indestructible, can be put up and
taken down as oftn as reuired without a particle or loss,
and they cost no more than the old style wooden rigs.
Try this new all steel derrick—you will never re-
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.
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