Tulsa Daily Democrat (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 126, Ed. 1 Friday, February 18, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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February 18, 1910.
W^at Kind of Coffee
Is .This ?
/wSfe-i*’* i rich, high-grade
NEW ORLEANS. V. S. A
.THE TULSA. ORLAH2EA, DAILY DEMnc.T
JISSION A New Method
MB THE PROFITS
Unfairness of Judge Hook’s
Decision Very Clearly
Shown By Figures.
Many worrun have
been restored t..
health by Dr. Fin-
law’s New Method of
treatment, after re-
had failed. Hemem-
ber that mutilating
operations cannot re-
move the deeply seat-
ed . ..
RULES 1HAT PITTMAN JR'S, T . ------_
LEGAL CUARDIAN IS I Bu,id,ng and Loa" Association
IU il C- B- LVnch, President. c „
0. A. M’DOUGAL
The Same Old Friends
At the helm, the same cordial reception for all. the same
conscientious and careful handling of the business en-
trusted to us, the same experienced and successful direct-
ors who do actually direct the affairs of our hank, will
obtain during the coming rear at
The Central National Bank
WITH PULLMAN PARLOR CARS
From TULSA lo MUSKOGEE and Ft. SMITH,
Diriet?0Ck; n? Springs’ Memphis and all points east
bne to Gl^pool Pawhuska and Arkansas City
J. 0. HAMILTON, General Passenger Agent,
l"m|-f»u*ht battle. whloli
-----------‘ ' preatpr l«*r» „f four days.
ed diseased condition ‘ Gu ,,p,', 1,1 ll"‘ county court this
that develops tumors’j p''j, n ns' dpnlp<] th,‘ Petition of ,, j.
........a,ui other morbid! n"P's- 01 El county Color
Guthrie, Feb. - To th....... ^ fro^»>s- OR. FIN-!to huyc the j„rl*dlctlon of the mrsoiv,.!
from two or three to ten or twelve r sufferp‘s "ho were told by rh?f appPal ‘° thp ‘"Mrlct court,
cent on his investment, and who con- a"? °‘hpr Philadelphia spe- 'T “n ,nf-r.-s«inK one
siders himself exceptionally t,shZ1 lbcy could live only a U? ,hp ,a<'t that (he csint,
tferh‘rSater0fltS b<‘ flgur' d at “>p tat- that tJsTfy ?0‘hte "K moj,uments Z""at?of'n* -iHotmeent
her which rmil^o"l1Knmkcsrf,toml,8l‘ tr‘B%ddVrV<t* Pbr,0S‘ '"X Plttn',ln' fr.. Is a Chwlk,"!'. iu^n
to 35 per cent profit on its volume 2 ™d»y yield E l"%.^m%S°tel"nId1 V^Tn
bu1,.1"f8s "v oontiscalory appears not ■ ,s ,mikI and harmless. No mercury McUo,,*al' of >Sapulpa, is the
a little peculiar. * dide of Potassium or any other [niu.T ' f 0''"' *,mrdtan « the estate but
The ruling of United Slates Circuit °'p ?TV? ‘ * ZZ ,the •ailo‘‘pp movpd to Colorado
Judge Hook as announced at si ] „u|s .ln^nva,e,d'seases arrested in ten days ntly’ t'r|nies of that place was an
on Feb. r,th in the Oklahoma rate eas, ptu “J? eaJ 0,1 re follows. ‘ j Pointed as guardian also Action was
makes this declaration. ' ' ure-„i cuTtln?!/"1'!11 n!hout a (al1' ^rtl.....y ,h" 'otter to have the es-
Tho proposed Injunction against I original and itseurutlw il8. m^thod is i?"'m,ived to that state and therein
Oklahoma’s rutos applies in ih< in» onstrated from fh> i * I •wer is dem- a?Iyo him solo control of It
oh- of tin. Gulf. CoK,,'”. angd'”nt^,vC°enonf!‘ reT M' PU""»’ «*£* Springs
company as wei, as of the iuher tmm- 22 ZZZZ "'"tl,,n'r In the ,!£
panics interested in the ease Th, n ' Oklahoma. Hours 10 a. m to ^ b*,oyo Judge (,ubser while a local firm
figures Showing the profits in the bus! arrangedap|)olntments ca» he "Lat.to,'nfys l"'l,i "P the rights of the
"PSa of the Gulf. Colorado & , P I * 0kl,,l!°",R guardian,
company, contained in its sworn stttte-
ments tnade to' the state corporation
omm.ss.on and presented to Judge,
record In tiT*' 44 ’’f *he I
in th h 4 , eaSP’ copipB of which are
■ the hands of many attorneys and I
:jnts"'onaPth8 neUed ,hat c0,,,Pany prof.
-s t,n the revenue basis, that would
I'ook so good to the average business
CHICAGO IS NOT
Democrat Want Ads Bring1
:-- WOOHUII Q(| I
M tuEOTRIC AL CONTRACTORS
ma” ‘ •'‘c n, 1 ,
Chief Alder Says Tulsa’s Fire
Department is Ahead of
the Big City’s.
“While In Chicago, l visited the au-
tomobile show- there and had the pleas-
ure of rilling in the famous Thomas
machine whic h won the international -
at omobi e race last year," said Fire
, ,.AJder VpHtcxlay on his return
Voo witl S»v« tim. and manay
•in# Damocrat Want Arfa.
SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE.
Scratch pads suitable for use with
;*n at 6 cents per pound at the Demo-
crat office. This is less than the paper
Jbsts. They are scraps tabbed, bul
are large enough for such use. The}
may fee had of any size desired.
Mrs. Mary E. Wharton
Teacher of Voice
Basldtnci itudlo, 516 *. fig*,. Pfton, Refl m
Phones 650 and 667.
. D. M. MARTINDALE
» Su'te 40-, Bliss Building,
TULSA CARPENTER SHOP
•Jn alley west of Main street, between
Second and Third streets. Office and
'n£e fixtures a specialty.
,penter work done.
All kinds of|
vn Money on Diamonds, Watches
J1 personal property Bargains in
-deemed goods 23 East First at
PERRY N. DtHAVEN
'.rs.nhouse, 814 North Elwood.
Fiowsn, Potted Plants. Spooial
Cuttings for Recent Ions
man a.s ,° by h(.yond hop^ Qf atta)n,
ment And the so-called "revenue
, basis, ’ upon which these profits arc
ompnu.d has always been Contended
- r and upheld by the shrewdest rail-
oad legal iights as the pi,,per ^
22. * * at conc'usi°ns in such mat-
n ni'e htatement of earnings of the
Gulf, Colorado & Sant i
fnr si , S3tinia *e company
won 1 I', year 130;' shows the
Profit, on the Oklahoma interstate
business, or business originating and
completed within the state, to have
been Wl.™.,.3. The Profits on oS-
■ inZstat P7P°rtl0n of ‘he company's
nterstate business, meaning business
I originating in Oklahoma and carted
; to the state line or the reverse thereof
."■ere 3464.373.89. Thus tim ..hi
(profits, intrastate and interstate on
th company-s business done in this
.state amounted to $566,105.12.
j Instead of being eonflseatory, or less
than ordinary and reasonable prom
upon ,he investment Involved, these
, profits were equivalent to a return of
|15T4 per cent on the capitalization of
sheet o7XysllS 8h0W" by the Wane
mile or i n! T*" caPita,fzatlon per
mile of line, and to a return of io.x,
Per cent on the actual cost of the t ail
°atl as shown by its statement of ^h<
average cost per mile.
Had the Gulf, Colorado A- Sant, l-v
company done no business at "|| 'v
cept what it did withIh -heatg^ «
Oklahoma, and had its volume rtfi •
(ness and rates charged been‘what th!
i ^ ^
Z ,h( rec«‘P‘s for what was re-
ally interstate business would n i
corded as clear profit n TP be T
E" Ofom. o/taV", !rt":
' i,r°fit. " ' ■ 4 cents of (caused by a microbe which also pro-
hi the face of these Imlisnutsh. « lu"°<>s baldness' Npver use a comb or
ores, and in the light „r the f ! brush belonging to some one else. No
1‘ho United States «»'nev!'! 17^ Ht'an,y tb" o>ay ho.
ha* "Pbeid an injunction ag-tinst mT t an °eS may bt* infected with
enforcement of any rates the microbes, which will infect your scalp
j could lie shown that the railroad"'1"0 " 1!! *S fal" ''ilsi, r to catch hair microbes
oany was making a profl.^, tbttn, !t is »•* *-t rid of them, and a i
j four per cent of the value of thQ 40 S'"’k" of an inft‘"-cl comb or
- is difficult for d sinL 'i'of "'aV " U‘ad t“ bahlm ss \ev-
(parties to see how Judge Hook !! m !!"*1°' anybody pbp's hat. Many a
;bav,. brought himself to conside! !!' ' haItban<i resting place for microbes. )
rates as applied to this railroad ^: ) . y'» !,appen to bp troubled with
anything but ample, and impossible f! 'Z ’ 8ca,p' falIin^ ba'r or
sop how ho could hat PossiDle to baldness, .» -----j , . .
j " fs expected that a St.......avier
■ tf he experienced when
I , -as,. comes „p f,,r disposition in
' ‘ ! rb t. P,;,,n "* both guardians
: ,k ‘ermine,1 upon having control.
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been heln
<1 by the president of the Industrial
wnrlte^rP"We H°m° nt Macon- 0a" who
"rites. \\e have used Electric Bit
frs ‘'-Is Institution for nine years
1 or'stomach^li* '"°St Pxpp||en‘ medicine
We regard if kidney ‘roubles.
, re*ar<l 't «S one of the best fnm.
1 !y medicines on earth.” it invigorates
' fWs diL°t7anS' P"rifleH ‘he blood.
, aids digestion, creates appetite
y ' children or run ,,
iaintT f1n|UaKa ®est for female eom-
ialnts. Only 50c at Tulsa Drug Co.
C- B- Lynch, President. H 0 ... „
C *■ M.,., Tr...ur.r, ' c." C "
A HOME COMPANY
I,nv,,I ,n per Sll“7 «ch IDODth, *1,000 W-
>V«f CiC,W-rt' «^'l «t ou,. office N». 9
^^HABLER, Secretary, 9 West Second Street.
Guthrie, Okla., Keb. 18,-That there are
from ,Jn nls return Iat lea8‘ '"0 white children under ifi
the o r ° ' ’, re he had Fonc for years "f age in Guthrie eating coeain!
h, purpose 01 returning with his wife and huntlreda of negroes i, , „!!
« o had been at a hospital in that city j mpnt in a communication from p,
for several month. -Judge i n ‘ ’n rrom bounty
,, K J “• “trang, Guthrie, i,(lglln
county, which Governor - *
olnooA t_ a# ...
Oklahoma legislature today
Governor Haskell submits the let-
ter as supyurting hls recommendation
yesterday in his twelfth message for
laW Ploblb“lnF traffic in cosine
for several months.
Mrs. Alder, although weak is much
Improved and her many friends in the
city welcome her return to the city and i
hope for her quick and complete re- I
Ohief Alder stated that he visited the !
C hicago fire chief and a number of the I - —• ..e.„ng
windy city fire stations but that none and kindre,l drugs.
of them would compare with the Tulsa I ---
department, owing to their having in | s°ce Lungs a„d Ra .
use the old style apparatus. Most people know the feeling9., a
Ghi-f Alder had several photographs! "'“fable state of health It
on h'ls T."LSa fiyp department with him |'y" People should know 1 " fSv"
I on his visit ,uid he stated tiw.t the 1„- 4°ney and Ta.r ihe greatest the,!, ^
cal automobile equipment as well as -ung remedy will quickly cure'ujsore
froin* tbe ftni<k ‘ """h praisp ,C-S*...®nd cou«h restore a norm,..
Irotn tbe tiremen where he exhibited
bis pictures. One especially fine pic-
ture of the local department was pre-
sented to the Chicago chief at his spec-
■I tat do for nature what nature failed to do for horself
• nevw »»<l always keep a fresh stock and
charge no more for the best.
112 South Boaton Phone 175
HM-CLim INVESTMENT CO.
LOANS, INSURANCE, BONDS, REAL ESTATE.
No. 10 East Second Street.
Telephone 195. Tula., Oklahoma.
ondltlon C0a8? !nd restore a n°rmal
OF VALUABLE TRACT
befoT'LT'Peb- Barnum had
otlrr, him on demurrer yesterday a
2Z:roMn« ‘“lp ‘o valuable oil
ON HAIR HEALTH
-- |------- "
Scalp and Hair Troubles Gen- property*
erally Caused By n'Fhe suit "as brought i,y Michael j
- rutchcall is president, Fred Markham
contagious disease ™?'p?!8!dep*' J- E. Wade treasurer
'‘■hl"’' — ‘ d A- Wise, manager. Three of
Sapulpa s leading citizens are stock
:: comnan 8Ult WaS to pn^oin the
1 Ira F f, ,,T ,dpvelop|ng lot four of
j I. Eldridgcs homestead tract.
Kellough * Dillard, attorneys of Tul-
1 l.anyeP,nTnt°d the °h,° Drilli'>^ com
) and contended before the court
that Delaney s contract with Eldridge
"as a Partnership agreement and not
! ,,n 0,1 and eus lease, and that It did not
run with the land or prevent a lease of
tract°Ur 8Ubse<luen' to Delaney’s con- l
The Delaney contract provided that j
here should be no development on lot 1
four until Eldridge demanded -itch do
Judge Barnum agreed with K>n„Ugh
Maps of Tulsa. ^
Plals of (he City
The only plate ever made showing the j
above is the one from which these have
On good paper showing esections, rail-
roads, school districts and other details
such as any good map will show.
I, On Sale at Democrat Office
« s Boston. PARLOR.
Ispp h0'v be could have ISu ‘<>!ba!dnp-- « have a remedy which w,
|f8 confiscatory unless he wu C°'r'"lp‘p|>' rplipve these
by "lp opinions 0f interested raT.m a bieS', We are 80 surp l,f tbia ‘bat
experts. tPd ra"rOad we offer it to you with the understand-
Backed by these 'inri M i lds that it will ct>st you nothing- fori « ^ ---••«•«■» wun
,lu corporation consniission' in8!!08 thf tr'al if “ do<'s n0‘ Pr"duce the re- * !> ,lard in Ihpir view of the ca • and
"pon further he.aringin thU Sted j8U,ts wp c,alm This remedy is called 1 s*,s‘al,,Pd ‘heir demurrer. B, thfa d, .
-h litigants often flght in um.or, "°^ f M a'' i'93" Ha,r T<’"lp- «’e honestly ■'C‘* °" ,h,“ "blp Drilling Co. win. its oil
]a lp^!" Proposition about whhh !! ! 7" be ,hp m08‘ 8clpntlflc rem'. f"d,fa* leasp ,,n « 4°--cre tract of land
AMFRTr-AM n A err j is room for argument but ,< ,h.h hher“ !'5 for scaip and hair troubles, and we p *he Pxtensi°r> of the Glenn
AMERICAN CASH REGIS- Pn "f » righteous’cause , , i ’ Z"' °f n°‘hinp pIpp ,ha‘ <-q„als it for **»'• 'ah.ed at 175.000.
----TER CO iand sl,urred on by the con.' i , I P°,r‘ed pfr”ctiyeness, 1. cause of the results
Absolutely th o’-----jthp Pause is just'and thaT tV"' * haS produped 'n thousands of » . Saved from Awful Peril.
♦ely the Best. Not in ' •'-n'rovertibl..' ,,ro«.f of thJ ’ad ,n* R< xa" "W Hair Tonic is devised •* ncver felt so ",ar my grave"
9,1 „ h# Tru,t’ or “8 contention. correctness to banish dandruff, restore natural col- : , PSJ-P'X is n,amb»ln of .Manchester
fs Hoom Over Postoffice. ; 'n -b*1 face of the fiscal . , nr "ben its loss has been liroueht !m' 1 ' R' Xo' • as "hen a fright-
BEN. F. LATHAM Sales Aot <anno‘ be questioned iti/,I,!!r ”5 tb^f about by dis,,a8e. !ln<r make the hairs'1' !'OIJ*ha-d luns -rouble pulled me
TU'SA OKU Agt' ,,Uhilt'' :,nd 'be commission ! ,0|'?atUrally S‘lky' <oft »"d kK-asy t n?" ' poi"lds -'"-1 'n spite of
U-SA, OKLA. (ought to be dear ,0tnU*,*d8 d088 ,his because „ stimulates th ■ ha r L"S?y 'and ,h* ^ <’< doctors '
- thprp *■ no just ground for ,X' h' “'T** ,bp ^n matter o D KiLT *?day is due *o.ely
------- - ‘ ---r—-- j Proposed injunction, and tltat ,h , ! .■ brin»s abou‘ « free, healthy ,dr, u- I J" Dispovery which i
that the commission has estabi^h4^ l3 , "" °f b'r,od■ wh,ch nourishes ‘he KounP,, a y,CUred m*- Now 1 *el*h 16o ,
both freight and passenger ir roots' eausing them to tight, ,, a", Work hard- “ "'so c.tr- 1
j allowed to remain in effect h b<’ *TOW nPW bair- We want -very- u,! four children of the croup." In-
---hud'' who has any trouble with hair ,,r 8" ! * ffr, 0U^1,S Colds It is the
1 Dr. Whipple. Chiropractor , *Calp kno"' ‘hat Reran "93" Halr thmi T “ rpmpd>- for I-aGrlppe. as-
and chronic diseases nervous Tonic is the best hair tonic and re- br^nrh??P*« *, "‘ne trCut”* and a1'
--■ 129 storative in existence, and no one afffct‘ona' and Jl.oo, A
should scoff bt or doubt this statement ' „ r, ' Guaran‘eed by the Tul-
until they have put our claims to a DrUB C° _
they pay us nothing fTho"r,eUy’if RESCUE SURVTVORS
■ or wreck of lima
particular. Two Quellen ,’htie ivr ,c ......
Speer’s Hospital for SiclTciotheT
THE OLD RELIABLE
id) v \ c V il h 1 ,lass manner. New looatinn
"tSf"0”4- Ph0”C 611 *»’ ...... «•■«»" will ,-aiVaL
cleaning. pressing. repairing.
hone 12^,6 Office Hours: S-12 a. m
I H. 'l'ar'son, S. D.
I J- SS:
^ tulsa !'3, 3 Oklahoma.
LANAGAN & NICKERSON j
Do Firit Class 4
• Figure Your Work. W* *
-rry a Full Line of Gas
Lighting Supplies. ♦
| -W. 3d St. Pbone 610 i
Prairie Oil " ,bP
I. 1310 to iZ Cn f? Feb-
elusive, were JlZl "' **'" ""
Total Bills. Daily Av.
BOYS KNEE PANTS
Takon out of
Mz-s, 50 cents and li.00 IWr-ml! r j tucb!'’’‘J''"'''hilp’Kpb- ls--The Chilean
i. t! ^ Plsagua, arriving here, reports
Ks in ^‘a< tb' (,blha„ ,Turner s„nZr,
I Seenante, -rescued eighty-eight ,^r.
i»ons who had be-n left on the wreck!
of the British steamer Lima, in the
j Strait of Magellan.
Mr. EX a. Kelley, Bellevidere, m 1
ites us. I am an tx-engincer with (
enty two years of active servV •
w, W. NEWSUM GROCER CO.
Second & Boston
u- ‘K0PERTY, or will loan you money
with which to improve your property. If it
money you want come to us, we will mve you
good rates, easy terms and no delays.
The Crewson Loan & Investment Cnmmm
^Second .nd M,lp Street oy.rHun,^t
Phone in Your Order,
j IllM & 5 < ^:n4(jf (;q :
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