Tulsa Daily Democrat (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, February 18, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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THE TULSA, OKLAHOMA, DAILY DEMOCRAT.
Friday Evening, February 18, 1910.
exchange national bank
Capital and Surplus $200,000.00
FULLY PAID IN CASH
This together with the double liability of stockholders ^ives de-
Bryant, National Bank Exantmar, show
ink the splendid condition ol the hank on this date
Loans and Discounts
Bonds, Securities, etc.,
Cash and Exchange
P. J. WHITE, President
D. F. CONNOLLY, Vice-Prcs.
H. F. SINCLAIR, Vice-Pres.
M. HUGHES, Cashier
at. AlLISON, Asst. Cashia*
J. H. EVANS
D F. CONNOLLY
H. F. SINCLAIR
J. A. HULL
R. S. LITCHFIELD
F. B. UFER
M. H- MOSIER
E. D- MITCHELL
R. M. McFARLIN
P, J. WHITE
^ } 4 A. 1. ASM.
We are .aw open for business and respectfully solicit your patronage
FEW BELIEVE STORY
AT FIRST, HE SAYS
Dr. Ayers Declares, However,
the Tale is Absolutely
The morning until brought to the elt\
assessor, Dr. J. I\ Ayars. u request from
ttu* commander of Hartrautt Dost No. •»
have known him. Hut when «h. letter XTkiUed'or
■ — n | i... farmer iIkiahOiVih j
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the .t«r> .It ''Vi,'." SJSmt | ^ ‘"J
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t.i. ir,,.r,..inUtv lint nevertheless it is (.rr nml while he i.ai wi ' -----
J. It Ayars. a m«.« "™„ 5,7 ..“hi a ercry it *.»«£*»***
&3s5^sHs “• ” *
senior viee-comamnder when the an-
nual encampment is held in Alva t,,<*
second week in May.
What Is Chiropractic?
Would you really like to know
"Tis the science of the ancients
Practiced many years ago.
it will cure you of the backache,
It will cure you of the blues.
It will cure you of rheumatism
Or any ill you choose.
II you think you'd like to try it
Don't forget the full address.
Dr. K. J. Whipple. Main street.
Of course you know the rest.
Rooms 11 -1 r. Culbertson Bldg, l’hom
TWO MILLION DOLLARS
FOR STATE BUILDINGS
Senate and House Take Final
Action on the Redwine-
Subscribe for 0* Daily Democrat..
SIX U1 UN ........ . .
the bridge over which the Memphis a sr.uur
Charleston railroad crossed then m tn>- dclcgat
hamlg of our forces and being operatm
,h" >“ parole is granted
,t see........ ......... si..... the do, tor in hundred confederal J**.....^ UNDER CONDITIONS
familiar sound and when t read Hong ‘^‘’“,'Xne and again onlv to !„ re lion that he wt'l ->ew re-eu'- B-'M’ g l’°Suhl T Younkrnan. Reeder Build-
farther and found that he was a mem- eh. rg ns m, Mills. Beekhtvtn or U.uHH'n See btat tf
her Of the Tenth Wisconsin Inbmtry. pulse.,1 « t "f1""' ma8t(!rg „f .love,-nor Haskell has grant-,I a l«. M. '"«•
my regiment. 1 was certain that I must morning ■ —
Hoarso Coughs—Stuffy Colds.
pain in chest and sore lungs ar-
umptoms that quickly develop intt
angerous illness if the cold is not cur-
d. Foley's Honey and Tar stops the
cough: heals and eases the congeste,
.arts and brings quick relief.
Getman Drug Co.
Do vou want insurance that insurer?
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We Tre show fog a big line of new and nobby OXFORDS and PUMPS
in Paient Mat kid, Buckskin and Vici.
THE SELBY LINE
They need no introduction.
past ten years.
20 South Main St.
They have been sold in our store the
Look them over tomorrow.
NICHOLSON & JORDAN
Coin Bears Date of 1804
Ponca City. okla.. Feb- 18.—O- "
Donev who lives ,m an Osage county
ranch, has in his possession a United
gtatrs onc-half-cent piece, bearing the
coinage date of 1804. These pieces
have not been coined for more than a
hundred years and very few are now
in existence This one has been In the
Dome family for several generations.
A LAFAYETTE WOMAN BUNG
marvelous results of the
When the Root Juk e scientist was at ,
laifayette. .nd, Mrs. Tom Shehhm o ^
Guthrie. Okla.. Feb. 18.—The house
and senate has taken final action on
the Redwlne-Durant bill providing for |
the issuance of $2,025,000 of public
building warrants, to be sold and the
proceeds to be used for the construc-
tion of public buildings and institu-
tions, as authorized by the legislature.
The warrants are to be non-taxable,
to bear live per cent interest, to be is-
sued in series of $75,000 each, $500 to
the warrant, which series shall ma-
! ture from 1012 to 19.78. The warrants
| are to be paid, principal and interest,
out of the sale and rentals of section
I 23. and lands taken in lieu therefor, am,
I the bill specifically provides that only j
' these public building lands and not i
I the state shall be liable for payment of j
I the warrants. i
The bill provides a tirst issue of j
! $760,000. by April 1, 1910. by the state
to he sold l,y sealed bids by
called on him and said: “1
IV hung to the reek of my hus-
,n,I pleaded w ith him to try Root
So much was being said about
■ many cures the remedy was making
,t i felt it might do him some good,
suffered for years with hD
and severe head-
,,f the weather his
hack hurt him Intensely, and of lati
stomach and kidn
auditor, o' .
the state treasurer, bids to be opened
April 25. 1910. He is to give notice ot
Mich sale in two Oklahoma P»l>ers and
in paper each in St. Jaiuis. Chicago
;tnd New York. The \vanahts are to b, -
s,,ld to the highest bidder, except that .
anv state or municipal officer may ar- Js
quire them at par *w sinking funds
f„r state, counties, towns, townships
and districts, etc. Bidders must a,-
TULSA ELITE TAILOR
•saipo ujafsa/vuiviou u! u°!4e4
-ndaj pooB e 3Aei| I Jot ‘oai «*S
0} do ||eo *ioA >(io« apeu, jo|IB}|
ya6 ot ajns aq o» tue/w no/C
Fabrics Ready for Inspection.
311 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
..... and of lati C()mpany. bid with two percent of the
.cars the lightest food would fermeni j „nH(unt he bids for. in cash,
in his stomach and bowels, and the for , Further |8SUes of the warrants up
illation of gas would cause him to bloat (he maxln)um limit may be made
very much. He had tried so many s tember i and March 1 of each year,
things that lie had lost heart, but 1 | governor, auditor and treasurer to
Anally persuaded him to get a bottle of g a on estimates, estimate
Root Julee. The tir-t bottle made him ■ anJount needed for work ahead, and
feel so much better that he went t>ack oertUy the needs to the auditor who
t<> the drug store and got three more , , al) thpn js8ue warrants according to
bottles. After using four bottles of the ^ 1)oani"s estimates,
trulv wonderful medicine his health %nv bank trust. or insurance com-
seeiiis perfect. 1 never saw such a ' y- orK.iniZe,i under laws of Oklaho-
eliange in a man in my life. He told me l ^ may invest its capital anad sur-
that he would not take a fortune for, . (n th(, warrants.
what Kisit Juice has done for him. The —-----
ates much excitement In Bids on Paving.
Soulhem Cornice Works
106 South Boulder Street.
Sheet Metal Contractors,
Heating and Ventilating.j
Phone 1546. - - Tulsa, Okla
which it is introduced,
nonstmtions was at Cha-
ocntlv and nearly every
papers at that point re-
raw eood that was lieing
-day on $15.0
ng and $21.tW
vas lowest bi
Bids w ere opened j
worth of asphalt pav-
,-orth of sanitary se
ng and W. B
will be sold 1-2 price,
miss this of bargains.
SHOES. DRY GOODS
18 West First Street
The new home »f the Famous.
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Stryker, William. Tulsa Daily Democrat (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, February 18, 1910, newspaper, February 18, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1075987/m1/2/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.