The Citizen (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1911 Page: 5 of 8
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4 Horse Power=^ —........ - — -7 Horse Power
They Never Fail
Single Cylinder $200
Twin Cylinder $300
You Can Rely on the i“YALE” to PULL You UP the liills
And Through The Sand
R. H. SISSON
L. C. CARDIFF
THE COLONIAL TRUST CO.
OF TULSA. OKLAHOMA
We Solicit Your Business,
J. W. GRR, Pres.
L. D. MARR, V. P., T. S. PEARCE, V. P.
E. L. ORR, Sec. & Treas.
J. W. M. REINHERT, Ast, Sec. & Treas.
Desirable Positions for Girls
W e can employ a few girls at once.
W e shall soon he in our new building and we need more
We will teach you a profitable line of work and pay you
while you are learning.
You will be employed in the exchange immediately after
you finish learning.
Operators are sure of rapid advancement in proportion t >
Operators are constantly being promoted to better posi-
tions as Monitors, Supervisors, Clerks and Chief Operators.
We will give you permanent positions. (fperators work
short hours, with relief periods, morning and afternoon, in addi-
tion to luncheon period. We have exclusive quarters for operators.
If you are over 17 years of age and have had a good gram
mar school or high school education, it is to your interest to
investigate this work ai once.
Applicants are received on any busines day at our office,
by the Chief Operator.
ONE OF THE BIGGEST
BOOSTERS TO TULSA
t acts as a friend in each month re-
lieving pains, soothing and strengthen-
ing nerves, removing excitability and
fear, removes the worn-out feeling
and troubles caused by functional dis-
orders. Promotes regularity, and ac-
■ tually adds two or three days of real
Any city or town that, can adver- |jfe each month to the average woman,
tise a good college has th« notice of In short, it is purely a woman’s rem-
the best people everywhere The i e‘:y lind th,‘ bl’8t and 8Ure8t t0 b«*
. ' 1, , . had. If vou are diffident, we will send
man who moves to a college town or ■ „ ...
” you, in plain wrapped package $1.00
buys a farm near a school town is perpackaKe three packagf8 for $2.60.
almost eertnin to make a high qual- Send money l>y express or money
itv citi"/>n. Mis pains and expense in order.
the education of his children insures . BROWN CHh.MK.AL CO.,
. . . , 5012 State St., Chicago,
to the stale the most promising nm- ______
terial for subsLautial society. I „ , . , , .,
. i v i Hie mineral water that
feature of the city. Tulsa should be! Gurtliriehaslatelydiscovered
more than considerate of the college. J's he pi oticioilt ill that
We should make it easy for tliej't smells worse than any
school to succeed in every way pos. | otlir r water yet discovered
sible. Safe guarding the life of the
PIONEER TELEPHONE & 1
WANTED-A RIDER AGENT
IN EACH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a sample Latest Model
* 4SRangorft bicycle furnished by us. Our atrrntsevery where are making
money fast. IVritefor fulltartuulars and special oiler at once.
NO MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and approve of your
bicycle. We ship to anyone anywhere in the U. S. without a rent depotit
in advance, prepay frtight, and allow TEN DAYS* FREE TRIAL during
which time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test you wish.
If you ore then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the
bicycle ship it back to us at our expense a nd you will not be out one tent.
fAfJTQpy PRICES Tn ruisia the highest grade bicycles it is
_ ,n¥,¥ni ■ 111 possible to make at one small profit atove
I actual factory cost. You save $10 to $25 middlemen's profits by buy-
I ing direct of us and have the manufacturer's guarantee behind your
■bicycle OO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from ar ne at any
wprite until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
, fully low price* we can inako you this year. Wo mdl tli
Orders lillcn! the doy received.
y SECOND HAND BiCYCLES. We do n*»t regularly handle second hand bicycles. Imt usually have
a numlieron hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These wo clear out promptly at prices
ranging from S3 u* B^>r $10. Pcscrlpti v«» bargain lists mailed free.
fiflASTERsBRlKF^ »•"«■• Wheel*, imported roller chains and pedals, parts, repairs and
** ¥ ,¥ • f equipment of all kinds at half the regular retail price
receive onr fieautlfnl catalogue
ier factory. Weare satisfied with 91.00 profit above f
ill our bicycles under your own name plate at double our prices.
wper!! models at t he icoiult r
r. We well the high, st grade bicycles for
atlsfie<l with II.oo prolitabove faetory cost.
12 Hedgethori Puncture-Proof > M |0
Self-healing Tiros to?AZl?JZ™5Of.
The regular retail priteofthete tiret itj
$10.00 p^r pair, but to introduee wet
Will sell you a sample pair for $4.80(tmth with order ft. 55.,
NO MORETROHBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tacks, or Glass will not lot tho air out.
A hundred thousand pairs sold last year.
rldlmr, very cluraMe and lined Inside with I
a special nualily or rubber, which uever be-
comes porous and which closes up small
Punctures without a 1 lowIny t he air to escape.
We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers
stattnir that their tires have only lieen pumped up once
or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities lieina
given by several layers of thill, specially prepared
fahrlcou the tread The regular price of these tlrei
Is 110.00 per pair, but for advertising purposes we are
Notice tho thick rubbertroed
“A”snri puncture atripo<rB"
■nd “O" aloe rim atrip “H»
to prevent rim cutting. Thie
tire wilt outlast sny other
make—SOFT, ELASTIC and
making a special factory price to the rider of only $4.80per puV. All t ib > s * hipped same
day letter is received. Vo ship C. O. I). on approval. You do not pa , a cent until you
have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We wlUallow acaali Slaaount of 6torrent (thereby making the price $4.89 per pair' If you wml FULL CASH
WITH ORDER and enclose thie advertisement. You nm no rl«k lit lauding tie an »nler as the tire* may be
returned at OUR expen we If for any reaenn ttiev are not natlafactory on exau nat On. Wear* perfectly reliable
and money Pent to us iMoneafean In a bank. If you order a pair of there tires, you will find that they will rtda
coaler, run farter, wear better, last longer and look finer than anr tire you have ex or uw.l or neon atony price.
Wc know that you will bo so well pleaiwd that whon yon want a bicycle : ou will give un your order. We want
yoato eend un a trial order at once, hancatblw remarkable 11 re offer.
•rice quoted above: or write for our biff Tire and Sundry Catalogue which deacrlbeeanil qnntes all make* and
■ lade of tlree at about half the u *ual price*.
DO MOT WAIT?"* *rl,e BO (SOT THINK OF OUVINQ . btvycl. or a pair of
■rir »wWW tlree from anyone until you know the new and wonderful offer* w» are making,
everything. Write It ROW.
“If you care for your appearance, if you care for
LET T l
Clean Your Clothes
We take better care of your clothes from the time
We Please the hard to please: They are our
105 W. Second Phone
Twixt the Police Court and the Salvation Army
jXlllDWGLEOdilPARY, CHICAGO, ILL. ‘The Home of Faultless cleaning*
young people who are away from
home and those who are at home in
one of tho very best things we can
do for the college.
| The young people from Tulsa
; County should plan to attend the
commencement program at Kendall
i A visit to a college once opened
i the door of the great world to a
; boy and he came to success and
j great honor. The College will help
' you to find out what you can best
The poliee force has been doing
liard work. A criminal has no crimi
nal right nor has property any pro -
tection taken in criminal use and
when the police get out of patience
with tins syndicate of crime they
are right in dealing hard blows.
Short work would he made of it if
the county would get busy.
Starts Much Trouble.
If all people knew that neglect of
constipation would result in severe in-
digestion, yellow jaundice or virulent
liver trouble they would soon take
Dr. King’s New Life Pills, and end
it. Its the only safe way. Best for
biliousness, headache, dyspepsia,
chills and debility. 25c at Tulsa Drug
A WOMAN'S FRIEND
To worn-out teachers, debilitated
saleswomen to tried housewives -we
offer Brown’s Monthly Regulator
with as much confidence that it is
what you need as we would offer
bread or meat to a hungry man. As
valuable to girls just entering woman-
hood as to those of 40 to 50 with their
ills To these an 1 millions of others
It probably originated from
some of the corruption of
past, Oklahoma legislatures
which Iris seeped into the
ground at that point. Chero-
PEOPLE WHO "DO THINGS ’’
Good spirits, enthusiani, and confi-
dence are the natural right of every
healthy individual. Healthy people
must DO THINGS they have that in
them that creates energy, that DE-
MANDS action. Have you only steam
enough to just drag around despon-
ent, afraid of people no better than
yourself? Many a man lies awake all
night before an important business
engagement. Next morning, nervous,
disheartened, he walks around the
block time after time, afraid to meet
1 his man and if he does force’ hinself
I to do so is in no condition to present
his plan or crate a favorable impres-
! sion. In “Man Builder” we offer you
a remedy that would have given you
restful sleep; and, refreshed, with
nerses soothed and head up, you
could meet President Taft and act
with credit to yourself. “Man Build-
er” in a product of a Persian plant.
It contains no opium or coal-tar prod-
uct; removes habits rather than [forms
ones. Every dose [puts you one step
nearer where vou shouldjbe, and if you
cease taking it you don’t [lose all and
more than you gained. There is
nothing else in any drug store “just
as good.” We will send you, in plain
wrapped, charges 'prepaid $1.00 per
box six boxes for $5.00 and return
the $5.00 if not satisfied. Don't lose a
day. Get it at once.
BROWN CHENICA1, CO..
5012 State St., Chicago.
Allison Grocery Co.
Dealers in the best Meats, Staple and
Fancy Groceries Flour, Feed and Hay
GIVE US A TRY OUT
PHONE B 4----BEI.I.VIKW A1)P.
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1077105/m1/5/: accessed March 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.