The Citizen (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OLDEST SEWSl'APEK IN
Published Every Friday
CO-OPERATIVE PRINTING CO
li. II SISSON,
Guardian Sale of Real
State of Oklahoma,
Notice is hereby given that ttan-
Mim Parris as guardian of the estate
of Elian I'arris a minor, pursuant to
an order of tin- County Court of Adair
County, Oklahoma, made and entered
I on the 3rd day of January, 1911; will
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Starr ef
East Side have tIi*• great sorrow of
losing n little one fooiil their
home. Their neighbors are in de« |>
sympathy with them in this trou-
General l)iu/. will not ltuw the
lil SINESS MANAdEU. 8,.|1 at private sale in the County Court |>re8i(lt)ilcy while the country is in j X
room in the Town of Stilwell, Okla- . .. . .» !
Subscription El per year in advance homa, on or after the :ird day of June ,j,tM I'""""
' ■ I . 1911, all the right title and interest of stands ready
u urest He j
Katcrnlat thi I’ot OF»< ai Tui a oi.ishonut saj(| Elian Parris, a minor,
f«t Irbi. niioMin Ihuurh til. iinil a 'iun<l
FRIDAY, MAY 19,1911
TULSA IN ABRE-
state of ^
to state in more ex. .X
in and plieit teams than those eonlained ill X
estate, |jjH I'eceut tnauifeato, it necessary,
his attitude with reforeuce to his
retirement. What is as to be
| and (Unite 14 Hast an7w‘7of NE'of j «“**» Ht<T *" b‘* >ake,‘ lt>’tUe «ov‘‘rn* j $
j Sec. 25 Township 21 North and Range j ment appears to hinge upon the!
j Id East. j receipt or uoureceipt ot a further
bids for the same must be in writ proposal from the n volution,
ing and filed with the guardian, or left | _
to tin following described real
! tow it:
NE I of NW I and N 2 of SE 4
of NW 4 of See. :U Township 21 North
always keep on hand and
sells at the right price a full
line of all kinds of Hardware
used on the farm.
THE EWING HARDWARE<U
The TULSA COMMIfiCIAL CLUB
K l> MITCIIKI I. President.
O II. I.IONAHM
W. K. C IIASTIAN
I. K. t’ONB
I-. r siiriiKiti.ANi*
V i< «• President.
2nd Vice- Presidrnt.
S«Tfy. and Traflic Myr
Tulsa is run under a itintrni- sion form of v'*v-
ernimnt, roiuntdinn of u Mtvvur ami four
i,,n< t . rai'h of whom exer.iwii full puwer
ami rimoom iliilily in Ion own d.liartmint.
The h-mi - i.l valtiul ion of ri al aiui pomonnl pro-
perty in Iho City in $10,216,000. on ■ basis of np-
lirosimnloly 60 prr mil of its cat Ii lulue anil the
rate of taxation 6 32.6 niilla on the dollar.
The out landing indebtedness of the City in
J. MAHTIN .. Mayor.
F. M WOODKN t'oinmiiaioner of Finance.
J II. WIIKATI.KY Coimnirsioner of Water.
J. A- Y F.AliKK
Coniiniiisioner of Sir. and Public Property.
T. | SMII.KY ••••
Comminaion of Fireanil Polici1.
JOHN If. RAMSKY . Corporation Counsel
E. B. CLINE ... Auditor.
T. C. HUGHES Engineer.
It. II. HANDS Water Superintendent.
II II. WADSWORTH Health Superintendent
U. F. NBW'Ul.OCK ... Chief of Police.
C. A HOUSTON ..........
.1 udpo of I tie (’orporutioll I'onrt.
with the County Judge of Adair County,
Okla., accompanied by ten per cent of
the purchase price.
Said sale will be made for cash and
subject to confirmation by the County j
Court of Adair County, Oklahoma
Dated this 9th day of May, 1911
Hansom Parris, Guardian.
W. A. Scofield, A tty.
May 15, 19, 26 lit.
balked At Cold Steel
THE TULSA CHIEF
Tilt: Tulsa Chid' lias been
taken over by the Co-opera-
tive IVmliiiw company. It is
to be improved and expanded
anil pul into public service.
J t will champion men and
measures, Law I’hiforcemeat. I
all forms of good citizenship
Most people can lie trusted j
with the facts and when the
people know the facts you
may In* certain that they will
do t he right t hing.
•come down, baldhead."
The fact that Klizc was angered
H,IKK) years ago when the children
called out the above shows that bald
heads were as unpopular then as now.
Gray hairs may he a crown of glory.
Not so the bald head. To those who
are threatened with baldness we of-
fer a preventive yes more, we claim
that many comparatively bald can
once more have a good growth «,f | from car liite •
Some years ago a medical mission-
ary treating a diseased scalp where
the hair had entirely disappeared was
surprised to note |after a few weeks
that hair was growing thickly where
that healing lotion had been applied.
Afterward other bald-headed people
were treated, with the result that in
most cases hair grew again. We
have named this preparation “Hald-
ine. ” It comes in cryctal form at 50
cents per box. We are so sure of its
efficiency that we will guarantee two
boxes costing $1.00 to give you satis-
factory results. If not, mail us the
tops of the boxes and we will return
money at once. Don’t allow druggist j
bo give you something else. A money
order for $l.(Hi will cost you only 3
cents. We will gladly mail you, j
charges prepaid, on receipt of price. !
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.,
5612 State St., Chicago.
I wouldn’t let a doctor cut my foot
| off,” said H. I). Ely, Bantam, Ohio,
! “although a horrible ulcer had been
| the pleague of my life for four years.
, Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salue,
! and my foot was soon completely
I cured.” Heals Burns, Boils, Sores,
Bruises, Eczema, Pimples, Corns,
Surest Piles sure. 25c at Tulsa Drug
FOU SALE Two good lots, oue
of the best sites in Tulsa. Easy m:
cess to the ear line. Easy Terms.
Address This Paper.
FOK SALE A five roomed home
with well, barn and gas. One block
Address This Paper.
FOK SALE—Five room cottage.
No more beautiful location in
Tulsa. Natural shade frees. Near car
Address This Paper.
We have a special price on Barb Wire and
Nails, Poultry, Field and Hog Fence
We are headquarters for all kinds of
Builders Hardware, Stoves of all kinds.
Also agents for SHERMAN WILLIAMS
18 E. Second St.
kkvan«- ... *
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patent?. “Hints to inventors.” “Inventions needed.”
"Why some inventors fail.” Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of
the U. S. Patent Office.
• ■■ a ?
,-A " J
V/ A H *
Secretary of War Jacob Me
Gavock Dickinson of Tennessee, the^
Democratic iueml>er of President
Taft’s cabinet, Las resigned. Heurv
L. Stimsou of New York, recently
defeated Republican candidate for ^
governor of the state bus 1 een given
the portfolio. This announcement
was made from the \\ liite House
A Father's Vengeance.
Would have fallen on any one who
attacked the son of Peter Bondy, of
South Rockwood, Mich., but he was
powerless before attacks of Kidney
trouble. "Doctors could nothelphim,”
he wrote, "so at last we gave him
Electric Bitters and he improved
wonderfully from taking six bottles.
Its the best Kidney medicine I every
saw.” Backache, Tired feeling, Ner-
vousness, Loss of Appetite, warn of
Kidney trouble that may end in dropsy,
diabetes or Bright’s disease. Beware:
Take Electric Bitters and he safe.
Every bottle guaranteed. 50c at
Tulsa Drug Co.
The department of the Missouri
will be commanded from Fort Riley
instead of from Omaha. Colonel
A. 13. Hatfield of the thirteenth re.
giment, being t Lt* ranking officer of
No remedy will do more than the
above it is well named—and by reg-
ulating the acting of Liver and Kid-
neys, and filling your circulatory sys-
tem with rich, red blood, removing
I absolutely the cause of Rheumatism,
it will indeed cleanse your system—
j and give to many women and men a
new lease of life.
When your Liver becomes active
you will lose that grouchiness and
pessimism that makes you a burden
to your family. With the abundance
of good blood that conies from per-
sistent use of System Cleanser most
'diseases of the stomach will disappear,
and your complexion will become as
clear and beautiful as that of a child.
Take no substitute. If your druggist
does not have it we will be glad to
supply you by mail—and give you six
boxes for $2.50, or 50 cents for a
single box. Your mail carrier can
give you a money order at your door.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO., f
5612 State St,, Chicago.
LOW ROUND TRIP
Having sold my interest in
the Tulsa Cliiet to the Co-
operative Criming Co., I
will now retire from the
editorship of the paper and
from the business manage-
ment of the same.
\ 11 aeeounts on subscrip-
tion and advertising- due the
Chief up to May I si are now
due and payable to t he under-
signed at my Crinling' ofliee
at 1 HI Cast Second street. I
will thank all patrons of the
paper for making prompt I
sett 11 nil en ts and n veiling buns I
a n d collection agency
I have endeavored to give
the people of Tulsa County as
good a paper as the patronage
would justify and wish to
thunk all former pat runs for
their support. I bespeak
for the paper a continuation
of your pat nmage.
1 shall continue the job
print ing and stat ionery busi- j
ness at my old stand and
trust that I can now serve|
you more prompt than ever!
Richard \V. Rurkhart
Former Editor and Publisher.
May In, 1911.
GIVING AN IMITATION.
“Well, Elbe, dear, I hope you’ve
keen a^ittle mother to jour brother
▼hilst I’ve been out?”
“Oh, yes, I have. I've smacked
hin. quite » lot!”
to points in,
anil’many other States in the
Tickets on sale June 1st to
September 30, 1911, inclusive
w ith final return limit October
31, 1911, with privilege of
stop-over ut practically all
These tickets are good in
the Frisco’s finest through
train, carrying electric lighted
through sleepers, modern chair
car and dining car serving
tempting Fred Harvey meals.
For full information concern-
ing rates, route, etc., call on
the nearest FRISCO Agent,
or address the undersigned:
< O JACKSON, D. R. A
117 W Main St
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Saved Many From Death.
YV. I . Mock, nf Mock, Ark., believes ^
he has saved many lives in his 25
years of experience in the drug busi-
ness. “What 1 always like to do,”
he writes, "is to recommend l)r.
King’s New Discovery for weak, sore
lungs, hard colds, hoarsness, obstinate
coughs, lagrippe, croup, asthma or
other bronchial alfestion, for 1 feel
sure that a number of my neighbors
are alive and well today because they
took my advice to use it. 1 honestly
believe its the best throat and lung
medicine that’s made.” Easy to prove
he’s right. Get atrial bottle free, or
regular 50c or $1.00 bottle. Guaran-
teed by Tulsa Durg Co.
R. H. Sisson
IMioiu* S .~*C.*i ^
L. C. Cardiff
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR
I 01 NDAI ION
>,« Rut he has so much work ahead
that he has no time to write aids.
All Work Guaranteed
205 South Main Street
THE TULSA CASH
Dealers in all kinds of fresh grocer-
ies, vegetables, cigars and tobaccos.
WE SELL MORE GOODS
lor the money than any place in town.
Let us prove it by sending you an order.
110 West First Street
ALL YOU CAN EAT FOR
GENTLE & HURLEY, Props.
THE TULSA GRO. GO.
; WHOLESALE A RETAIL
The Farmers Grocery— bring your pro--
duce to us for highest prices.
Let us show you how
much we can save
Ellias A. Robinson
David B. Gore
1 A. A. & L. BUMGARNER, Props. *
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KOJIIN80N & COKE
phone Suite 6 Alexander Bldg.
Room 5 Alexander Building
R. E. BGRQER 1
Attorney at Law
Suite 10. Alexander Bldg.
Phone 93S Notary in offictv
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Jourdan, R. L. The Citizen (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1911, newspaper, May 19, 1911; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1077105/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.