The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 17, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 9, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Tulsa Chief.
Geo. W. He nr y
As Refreshing as a
Breath of Mountain Air
TUI- > D A Y
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TUESDAY. JULY 9. 1907.
Burton .s for tar.ff revision—about ten drops
A few more days of hot sur
make a noise like growing.
:orn will begin to
W K Morrell. W. M : Wm. Ljten
S W Phil till J W . X J. I'UlM'
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full moon in each month.
M. W. OF A.
C. J Saw>er. V. C.;
Hurry Kart. W. A.: E H.
Have'. Hanker: M. M H»-
sorirfflerk: Ai bott.eseort:
K. K. « ;ib*on. sentry. Meet
Kentucky is building anew state house at Frankfort without
graft. It cannot hope to attract much attention these days.
Incidentally, it may be observed that the raiirords would be
glad to help in making tne tariff the paramount issne next time.
The Washington Star describes Senator Foraker as preparing
to fight all summer. Oh. what s the use.
Lightning struck a man who was using a telephone, in Will-
iamsport, Pa., and knocked him over. He probably knows now
that the line was busy.
The rumored assassination of Vice-President Fairbanks and
of a distinguished Georgia editor, seems to have been for advertis-
ing purposes only.
While showing his son how to split wood, a Wisconsin man cut
off two of his toes, thus betraying the fact that he needed a lesson
or two in the art himsfrtf.
A Washington. Pa. man dropped dead upon hearing that he
had inherited a fortune. Perhaps, after all. it is well that so few
of us get news of that kind.
When they enter a theatre women ought to check their hats,
and men their thirst, suggests the Chicago News. In addition it
might be a good idea for both to check their flow of conversation.
Mr. Rockefeller complemented Dr. Aked on his sermon last
Sunday. It turns out that the sermon was on song, not about
President Roosevelt gave seventeen hours a week to nature
study and six to politics. But a man makes a mistake who sup-
poses he is not a full graduate on both. •
A number of young ladies in Indiana have resolved not to mar-
ry any man who has not at least $4,000 of the relm. From which
it looks as if Indiana will not have to worry about her crop of old
maids for a while at least.
If Judge Landis imposes a fine of $29 000.000 agrinst the
Standard Oil company, which it deserves, and sends John D.
Rockefeller. H. H. Rogers et all to jail as common criminals as
characterized by the Interstate Commerce Commission, the people
of this country will feel very much like sending Sndge Landis to
the White House
Tulsa seems to be unfortunate on the street-paving proposi-
tion. Put in least possibly space, it means there is lots of crude
monkeying.' Our streets blockaded to commerce, the street car*
company are unable to do anything, waiting for paving. The side-
walks of Main street are littered with tiling and brick, and still
things have been in this condition for the past month. Where are
we at. on the paving?
o Condensed Financial Statement of
° Bank of Commerce
Tulsa, Indian Territory
O At Close of Business May 20 1907
0 Loans and Discounts ......174,195 75
q Overerafts................. 3.878 98
O Warrants....................2.375 05
Furniture and Fixtures ..... 3,800 00
Cash and Siqht IxchanQP 147.260 27
° $331,510 03
O Capital Stock Paid in 25.000 00
O Surplus and undivided Profits 12.322 17
Deposits 294,187 86
O $331,510 03
0 The Above Statement is Correct
0 S. P. Mc.Birney, Cashier
O The latch string hangs out at our new
0 quarters, corner Second and Main. Our
o customers room is fitted up especially for
g you and your friends convenience, call and
O use it.
o We volutarily issue a statement of the
q Bank's condition fivetimes each year the
O same day National Banks are required to
0 make the same,
0 Every accommodation extended to you
o consistent with conservative safe banking
7? J. H. McHIRNKY, Ppres. LEK CUN TON, v. Pres.
q S. P. McHIRNKY, Cashier
° SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Natural Ozarka, crvgtal clear, bottled at the springs, in all its purity.
()zarka (linger Ale, exhilarating and zestful, made from Ozarka
Carbonated Ozarka, effervescenf and delightful.
I he Ozarka beverages are put up in bottles of standard
kureka Springs Water Company,
Eureka Springs, Ark.
SHACKLE DRUG COMPANY
FRATERNAL OR ER OF EAGLES.
Meet*Friday niiibtof each week at eo'clock
i ip Fraternity Hail. „ . ..
! Officer* 'i F. Wvcoff \\ F. IA- V
Boswell. W. l\;Geo. W. Fenn. \\ . \ . F.: J. *>
Gilmore. \V. Sec.
REBECCA L O GE.
Meet tbe first and ‘ * Mondays of each
month in odd Fellows La.. Mrs. Mary Hansel.
\ <, : Mrs. Belle Ward. V. G.. Mr*. Beulah
Fyeutt .Sec : Mr*. Ida MdntQuh. Treu*.
ORDER EASTERN STAR.
Tulsa Chapter No. lie. Meet* 1st and ::rd
Thursday niifht after full moon. Mr*. Grace
McHenry. \V. M ; Cbu*. L Reeder. W • 1
Mabel Bynum, Sec.
COURT OF HONOR.
New Stale No. hHl. t ourt of Honor. 1*. L. B
meets Thursday of each week.
Mrs. Lulu Johnson. Recorder.
TALLEY & HARNACE
Exclusively Land and Corpora-
tion’Law. 5. 6 Rosenfelc Bldg.
TULSA, IND. TER.
SHEPARD & McCARTY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Phone 71 over Briggs Drug Store
MAGEE & MAGEE
First Nat. Bank Bldg Tulsa. I. T.
N. J. GUBSER.
Will go where business calls
Over City National Bank. Tulsa,
TULSA, - - - -
M. L. WARING
M. W. WARING
It Pays to Get the Best.
of anyting, much more to get the best trees, roses,
shrubbery, evergreens, etc. See our stock and get our
prices before placing your order.
We Have the Best. §
Catalogue Free *
-. Tulsa Nursery Co. ' Tulsa, Ind. Ter
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN ■
Geo. Devo, Scam; T. F, Wyckoff, Sec. Meets
on Thursday ni«ht of each week in Redrnen
•I. \V Dickover, G.; C. E. Osborne, sec. Lodge
nieees in .Redmen hall Friday night of each
Mrs. U. W. Henry.Oracle; Mrs Wm Rum-.
P. O.; I)r. N. W. Mayifinnes. see Meet every
Thursday night in Dr. Mayginnes’ office rooms
in old opera house building. ___
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Meet Monday night of each week in Fra
ternal Hall. Dr. 0. C.;
Jas. Bowen. V. C.: W. E. Austin, K. of R. S
Visiting brothers welcome.
DR. C. ZENAS WHEY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office ’Phone... 202
Office Rooms 7, 9. 11, Malcolm Bid’p
Residence, cor. 2d st. and Boston av.
Calls answered T.ilt. T T
day or night. i uioa, i. i.
Qr. F. W. O’Banion
Eyes tested, Glasses properly fit-
ted, Room 3, Bynum Building
I. O. O. F.
It. E. Austin N. G.: R N-
_T, Ward. V. u.: F. M. Himes
Cline. Secretary. Meets Monday night Ma-
j E. WALLACE, M. D.
Special attention given to surgery
3hone 334. Calls answered at
all hours from office, corner Sec-
ond and Main, over Williamson
Bros., Tulsa. I. T.
TULSA CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
HOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Services at 10 a. m: preaching. 10:30 a. in.;
vespers. 4 p. m. Rev. Father VonHulse. pastor
Office in Shackle Building, room 6
TULSA. I. T,
0 oooooooo ooooo oooo oooooooo ooooo oooo
Gun and Locksmith Key Fitting a Specialty v
G. R. REYNDERS
New and Second-hand Furniture Bought Sold and
Exchanged. Highest Price Paid for Second-
hand Household Goods.
304 EAST FIRST STREET
Sunday school. 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a m.
and 7.30P. m.; H. Y. P. U. Sunday evening.
Elder Youngblood, pastor.
Sunday school. 9:i5 a. m.; preaching. 11a. in
and 7:30 p. in.; League. 6:3(1 p. m.; prayer meet-
ing Wednesday evening. Hev. J. H Hall
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Sunday scr.oo’ at 10 a. m.; preaching. 11 a. m.:
junlorleague. :,p m.l senior league. .:00 p. m
preaching, 8:00 p.n. uraper meeting \\ ednes-
day evening. Rev. F. S. Hart, pastor.
Sunday school, 9:45; a. m. preaching, li a. tn.r
Christian Kndever. 6:45 p. m. prayer meet ng
every Wednesday evening at ..k .1 reaching
every Sunday evening at 7:30 Rev. C. v\
East 5th.. Street and Cincinnati Are. Kev.
J. E. McGarvey. Hector. Sunday School 9.30
a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 a.
Evening Prayer s:5o p. m.
N. W. MAYG1NNES,
Physician and Surgeon.
Over Wrights Clothing Store
Phones—office. 125: res. 225
TULSA. - - TTD. TER.
Dr. C. .0. HOOD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
25 years experience. Surgery and diseases
of Women and Children a specialty. Office
116Main Street over Pittman's Jewelry store. ■
Rooms 8 and 9, Office phone 421. Res, phone
When You Need Paint
When you need paint materials for any work, paint-
ing, staining, varnishing—of kitchen floor, furniture,
the whole house, or anything in it,
keep in mind that this store, knowing
what paint quality really means, advises
the use of the
kind of paints, enamels, stains, varnishes,
sold under the "Acme Quality " mark,
now famous wheiever paint is used. V\ »th
every purchasegoesone of the remarkable
new books, “ ltu» Selection and list of
Paintsaad Finishes”—helps everyone.
E. L. MARTINIS
Druggist, 206 E 3rd st
2 Express, St Louis
0 Meteor, St Louis
4 Meteor, K C
4 St Louis Express
1 Express west, south
II Meteor Texas
3 Meter, Oklahoma
i7 Express, Oklahoma
A. V. & W.
,0 Local Freight
.2 Enid Express
3 Enid Passenger
I!) Local Freight
11 Enid Express
Tickets to all parts of
and baggage checked to destination.
For detailed information in regard to
train service, rates, etc., apply to
W. K. WELSH, Local Agent.
Or C. W. STRAIN, D. P. A.. Wichi-
9:65 p in
10:10 p m
5:15 a m
2:30 p m
3:55 a m
4:10 a in
11:25 a m
9:15 p m
6:20 p m
4:25 a m
6:40 a m
3:05 p m
Ghas T. Reuter
105 S. Main street. Phone 828
Legal papers carerully and accu-
rately drawn. Practice in all
courts and go when business calls.
Anvone npnfllng n sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention is probably patentable. Communica-
tions strictlycoiitklential. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
tpccUil notice, without charge, in the
A handsomely Illustrated weakly. Largest clr-
ulmnm of anv mom the journal. Terms. |3 a
veer : four months, (1 Sold by all newsdealers.
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Branch Office. 6*25 F St.. Washington. D. C.
11:15 a m
2:55 p m
4:15 p ra
1 The E. J. KENNEOY COMPANY j
* Mid-Continant Mail Order House •
:i.u ii u. Accommodation
No 92 makes connection with Kan
sas City train, reaching that city at
11:55 p m.
For information as to rates, routes,
etc., call on or address
Send for my New Illustrated Catalogue for Household
Articles and Novelty Agents Confidential Circulars and
Wholesale Price List.
TULSA, I. T-
A. T. & S. F.
South tl1A N°rth
-,09 12:30 p tn tlO 1.40 p m
221 8:25 p m 222 7:30 am
264 5:20 pm freight 264 7.35 am
Close connection and through ser-
vice for all points east and north.
Also for all Colorado and California
points. J. D. CAMPBELL, Agent.
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Henry, George. W. The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 17, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 9, 1907, newspaper, July 9, 1907; Tulsa, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1173666/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.