The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, April 15, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TULSA CHIEF
THE OIJDESr NKWKPAPKB IN
as to believe for a moment
that Governor Haskell would
not lik“ to belp expend this
Published Every Friday Corporation Commis-
at sion to Settle the
auRKHART printing a stat co i phone Rate Con-
us* s.«*«4.st. l’hmM‘TZ* I troversv
rcuiA oklajioha* j iroversy.
According to dispatch** Col-
onel and Mrs. Roosevelt in
attempting to retraverse the
j route of their ‘former bridal
!tour in Italy found their |«tth
' so obstructed with roses that
'they could not proceed and
thence abandoned a |tortion of
the projected journey. This
! is, after all, no doubt, more
at tti» fm-t Oflk* »t Tut,*. Oklahoma
far t<anMnliM4n ihrumrh tbr malls as MTond
clt« matUr. __
FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1910
Would Burden Farmers.
richard w b irk HART. EDITOR Vfith the coming bearing U»
8ubw riptioa, M per year in sdvanoe j !*> given the citizens of Tulsa
by the Corporation Oomtnis-
sion on the question of the
fairness of the rates estab-
lished by the Pioneer Tele-
phone Company the people
are assured of having the
matter settled to their own
The hearing is the result of
an invitation issued to the
citizens of Tulsa by Pres. K.
I). Niins in a statement print-
ed in the papers last week.
Tlmt the company intends
to go ahead with its work of
erecting a five story struct-
ure is received with delight
bv all Tulsa “Boosters’’ who
see the Greater Tulsa but a
few years away. Such im-
provements are to be welcom-
ed iu this city and it is the
intention of >the company to
begin this work at once.
The entire system as at
present installed here is to
be rebuilt and rejuvenated so
as to make it conform to the
latest methods and improve-
ments used in the telephone
developments. When the
new five story structure is
finished at the corner of
Fourth and Boston a central
energy station will be install-
ed therein that will give the
Pioneer tile best equipped ex-
change in the state. All
wires will be brought into tin*
building from adjacent bran-
ches in a cable or cables so
■ that there will be no
lv appearance of wires
'cross-arms near the building
<>r in or along the business
town. This will
be a great improvement in
blessed than an audience with
the Pope. Even in Italy
there is an air of freedom
which Americans must ad-
m i if.
No. 763. Probate,
If a special eletion is to be
pulled off in Oklahoma every
concludes that lie wants a lit-
tle more leeway, the fanners
of the state whose taxes are
already as much as they can
well take care of, about as
wdl move ofl' their farms and
let the politicians have them
out right. No < >ne k n* »ws bet-
ter than Governor Haskell
and Senator Taylor how heav-
ily the farmers are burdened
with taxes at this time and
yet one of these the governor,
would add a few hundred
thousand more to this burden
in order to inaugurate a cap-
ital removal election, and that
too, when he knows that ac-
cording to the terms under
which the state was admitted
into the Union the capital can-
not lie removed for at least
three years yet. And then Sen-
ator Taylor would add another
hundred tnousand or sn, if
need 1h\ t<> get his little ilis-
franehiement scheme adopt-
ed. Senator Taylor cares
nothing for the farmers of
Oklahoma, what he wants is
toperp ‘lu ite himself in olliee
He seems to b< too intensely
ignorant to know that it liis
bill were to become a law a->
it passed the legislature it
would disfranchise thousands streets tp
of white men as well as neg-
roes. But it is generally be-
lieved that the voters will fix
bis clock for him it becomes m.~ an
out for office. And ot course
they will turn down his
“grandfat her" proposition.
Report of the condition of the Bwvk
of Bixby, t* Bixby Oklahoma., at the
close of business March 29, 191k
IxMins and Discounts 813,169. j4i
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 486. •'*
Hanking House 3,91*2.50
Furniture and Fixtures 1,017.50
Other Real Kstate Owned 400.00
Due from Banks 1,125.30
Checks and Other Cash Items 72.12
Cash in Bank ^TTf^O
Total 3.028 36
Capital Stock paid in lO.UeO.Otl
Surplus Fund 10O.OB
' Und’v'd Profits, less'expenses
and Taxes paid 363.54
Individual Deposits subject
to check 11.4S5.02
Demand Certificates of Deposit *0 00
Liabilities other than those
above stated none.
From Grower to Planter
Buy of the old reliable,
TULSA SEED HOUSE
We have been here for eight years. We know yowr wants. You
know we sell only the best American soil products. We have every-
thing in bulk seed for the Garden. Flower Bed or held also Flour,
Potatoes. Bran, Chops, Com. ObU, Hay, Etc. We **»>’ “J8®® C£1
lots. It will pay \ou to visit us. We are^ Immanently_located 117 K.
FIRST ST.. • DOORS SAST OF AUCORN MOTKL,
TULSA SEED HOUSE, Hsnnon S Hiller Props
STATK OF OKLAHOMA I B
County of Rogers f •
In the County Court of said County ;
In the matter of the guardianship of
the [>erson and estate of Floyd C.
Bullette, a minor.
Frank M. Duckworth, Gardian.
NOTICK OF SALEOF REAL ESTATE
NOTICE IS HEREBY til YEN that is pur-
huantN* of Sn order of the (Vmnty Court of the
County of Roger*, Slate of Oklahoma, made on
the 7th day of April. 1910. the underriffned, Frank j this 5th day of April, 1910,
M -Duckworth, guardian of the person and es*
late of Floyd C. Bullet te, a minor, will seil at
privaU* hale, to the highest bidder, suhjert to
confirmation by haid Court on the 23rd day of
April, 15*10. at 10 o'clock a. all of the right,
tai« and interest of humI Fkiyd C. Bullette, a
minor, in and to the following described real
nutate, hKuate in Tulsa County, State of Okla-
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, Counti
ok Tulsa, ss.
I, J. F. Pautler, Cashier of the above
named Hank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my knowlege and belief, so help me |
J. F. PAUTLER, Cashier, j
Subscribed and sworn to before me •
CHAS. M. SHEN1LL, Notary Public.
My commission expires October 1st,
J. F. PAUTLER. I nir«.«r>*s
M. B. PAUTLER, \ Ehrectors
Make Switches, Braids, Etc., frar
| combings and cut hair. Hair dyeing a
I specially. Will pay highest cash price
for hair. : : :
OVER NEW POBT OFFICE
Report of the condition of the Bank
Th« North luif of the North We*t Quarter of, of Red Fork, at Red Fork, Oklahoma,
the North We*t Quarter, and the South West i close of business
Quarter of thr North West Quarter of the '
North West Quarter of Seelien Thirty-four
|34], Townsliip [201. North.Ranae Thirteen
[II] Kant, suhjert to an rxbttlna roal inin-
in* leane to T. E. Brummett.
Haiti Keal Katate will be aold on the foltowinx
termn and rondition; to-wit; Cash.
Bids for the imrehaae thereof mutt be in
wirtiny and sealed, and must be tiled in the
County Court of Kotfer* County, state of Okie-1 Furniture and Fixtures
The undersized reserves the r*ht to reject Checks and Other Cash IU-ms
any and mil bid.1*.
DATED this The 7th day of April. 1910.
Frank M. Duckworth,
April 8th to 15th.
1-oan.s and Discounts $10,227.46
Overdrafts, secured and un-
Stocks,Bonds, W’r’nts, etc.
Due from Banks.
Checks and otl
Cash in Bank
No. 763. Probate
STATE OF OKLAHOMA t <,<,
t'ounty of Rogers, )’ '
Capital Stock paid in
Surplus Fund ................
Und’v’d Profits less expenses
and Taxes paid
Individual Deposits subject to
Diseases of Women a specialty.
Office and Sanitarinm, Holland Flats,
114A East Third Street. Phone 71-34
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Rooms 21K12 Central Nat'l Bunk bldg
Tulsa, Ox la.
lt<>om 5 Alexander Building
Tulsa, Okj. a.
In the County Court of said County (’heck 13,000.32
and State. Time Certificates of Deposit 325.22
In the matter of the guardianship of Liabilities other than above
, . . ™ „ i stated. none
unsight- ’ lhe and estat“ of F,0>'d C', Total
;lM(| : RuHette. a iinnor. STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY
Frank M. Duckworth, guardian. '
Or 1 iJl.hA, 88.
NOTICE ()F SALE OK REAL ESTATE . I, T. A. Henry, President of the above
noth’I-: is HEREBY GIVEN, that in IM,r. j named Bank, do solemnly swear that
nan., ..f an ..rder of the County Court of the the above statement is true to the best
County of Rotters, state of Oklahoma, made on 0f my knowlege and belief, so help me
1 the 7th day of April. 1910, the undersigned,
frank M Duckworth, guardian of the person
11' 1 hurt1 is a man <»f v<itmg
age in Oklahoma "Id* is so:
stupid as not to set1 t lie joker j
in tilt1 |)uo|>ost‘(l statu capita!:
removal fleet ion. called 1 *y I
Governor Haskell for .1 hid 1 II
tilt1 same should he excluded ;
Itv the “grandfather' pro-
cess from the elligible voting |
list in lliis state. Tliert1 is j
not at this time a single
suuiid or sane excuse lor
such tin election. It is gen-
erally admit ted that the slate
capital could not die removed;
prior to Ifild, even it every
vote east should he in favor
of tin1 proposition, tor the
reason that it is stipulated in
the enabling net that Guthrie
is to remain the capital until
Ull.t. Hut even if t lie capital
could be changed prior to the
time designated, t here is no
urgent need of such a change
or of such election at this
time when the tax -payers
are already heavily burden-
ed. Hut there are several
reasons perhaps whv this
measure is put forward at
this time. In the tirsl place
Oklahoma City wants t he cap-
ital and Iter chances for man-
ipulation are no doubt con-
sidered better now than they
will he again soon, and then
the proposition carries with
it the expinditure of £(>00,000
and, to be sure, there is not a
voter iu Oklahoma so foolish
being furnished by
tin1 local linn of aiehitects.
Messers. Ilugenili A: ........
, I Bullette. a minor in ami .
ingen, and the building when jib«i r.-«i miul\ nitum*
completed will he one of tin
prettiest structures in Tulsa.
It is the purpose of the I’io->
neerto grow and keep pacej
with tin1 Itesl improvement |
laud progress of Tulsa msti-l
t ill ions.
T. A. HENRY, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
to confirmation by the said Court on the Mid this fourth day of April, 1910.
rhe plans for the new build- and -late .,fF'l„ydCBnlU.«o aminorwillsell
» 1 at private sale, to the highest bidder, subject to
Now that L. .1. Martin has
been elected mayor of Tulsa
(•ven most of those who were |
his bitterest opponents priori
to the election are ready to
bespeak his praise and all ex-
press the belief • that he will j
make an enviable head of the1
They now admit that Mr.
Martin is capable, and furth-
ermore that he is possessed
of a spirit that does things
and that under his guidance
no backward step will lie tak-
en. It is understood that
progress will he the watch-
i word of the incoming admin-
'ist rat ion.
I .lay „f April. I!*I0. ai 10 o'clock a. m„ an
( undivided ONK FOURTH INTEREST, or all
Swear- "><• riKht. title and interest of said Floyd C.
I t)..ll..Oa «. in II Oil til till* following
n the County
of Tulsa. Slate of Oklahoma, to-wit:
North Half of the South Went Quarter of the
South West Quarter, less ♦>. 16 acres railroad
riirhtof way, and lhe West 3 61 acres, of the'
South West Quarter of the South East Quar-
ter of the South West Quarter; and the South
East Quarter of the South West Quarter of
the South West Quarter; and the North West
Quarter of the South West Quarter of the
South Went Quarter, all in Section Twenty-
Seven *271: and the Went Half of the North
East Quarter of the North West Quarter; and
the South East Quarter of the North West
Quarter of the North East Quarter, of Sec-
tion Thirty-four 134 >. all being; in Township
Twenty (201 North. Range Thirteen (13) East
ofthelndian Base ami Meridian, all being
situal4*d in the County of Tulsa. State of Ok-
lahoma. Subject to an existing coal mining
lease to T. E- Brummett.
Said Real Estate will be sold on the following
terms and conditions, to-wit ( ash:
Bids for the purchase thereof must lx* in writing
and sealed, and must be tiled in the County Court
of Rogers County. State of Oklahoma.
The undersigned reserves the right to reject
any and ull bids.
DATED this the 7th day of April. U» 0.
Frank M. Duckworth,
A p« il 5*th tolf.th.
F. 0. BROWN, Notary Public.
My commission expires February 21,
ALLEN HENRY *
L. R. HENRY
TAKEN UP M my residence in
Bellview addition Tulsa Okla. one
red ami white cow, loug horns, a-
botif ten years old, weipnt about
700 lbs. over bit in rij*ht ear: crop
.1, NY. Whitney.
L I N
Route with through train
service and pullman sleep-
ers to St. Louis, Kansas
City and Texas.
that your tickets read over
“Frisco” Lines. Any in-
formation regarding con-
nctions furnished with
pleasure. : : : :
CALL PHONE 15
W. B. CRAIG, Agent
Certificate of Partnership.
Know all men by these presents, ihat R E.
Fountain and C. M. Douglas are associated as
partners in the transaction of a general real estate
brokerage business in the City of Tulsa. Tulsa
County, Oklahoma, under the firm name- of the
Tulsa Real Esta’e Company. That said partner-
ship is a general partnership dating from the
1st day of January, 1910; that each of the said
partners reside in Tulsa. Oklahoma, and that
there are no other partners belonging to said
Dated this 3rd day of March. 1910.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. \
R. E. Fountain.
C. M. Douglas.
County of Tulsa
Before me a notary public in and for said county
and state on this 3rd day of March. 1910 person-
ally appeared R E Fountain ami t . M- Doug-
las to me known to be the persons who executed
the foregoing instrument ami acknowledged the
execution of the same.
Witnessed my hand and seal the day and year j
last above mentioned.
Rcrcival E Magee No ary Public. |
My commission expires June. ‘.’9. 1910
Mar. 18.25. Apr 1. 8
A 42 Piece Handsome Dinner Set
WHEN YOUR PURCHASE AMOUNT TO $50
O. C. CLONINGER
PHONE 1663 14 WEST SECOND
‘‘The Store that Saves You Money”
1 f lhe nomination
guess in the first
were to ho by eonventiou
.liul that convention an invita-
tion affair, there could he no
chance of argumtnt as to the
nominee, it would be Bird
McGuire of course. Hut
since the nomination is to In-
in a primary, this ominous
Bird may not find liis flight
so easy when the real test
comes. Tinless all signs fail
then1 is a political storm ris-
ing in the first dist riet.
THE TULSA GROCERY
J. L. DENBO, Proprietor
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
COUNTRY PRODUCE A SPECIALTY
PHONE 1685 126 E. FIRST ST.
PAY BY DEGREES!
High Quality—Low Prices
Cash if prefered, Credit if desired
TULSA HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY COMPANY
112 WEST SECOND, Oppo. Central Fire Station
I Office 329
I Res. 33 & 86
Day and Night
Cut Flowers of any Design Furnished Upon
Short Notice. Manufacturers of the Cele-
brated Egyptian Grave Vaalts.
No. 125, Corner of E. Second and Cincinnati St*.
NOTK’E—The business will be continued at the same
place and a share of your patronage solicited
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