Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1911 Page: 4 of 10
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uurlii mid uiuiiUi gifts amiy ataregs
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lllilly in Id . . . I i r Ibi nlli full
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I -''AD SXjXSA! 'fti)?;4'Alil
ii "There wiuilil In- (two tools
ii ii bun tin- though! ii'. I- a-
z penuud mi tilling thi in. i. ii tiutt "
ti tllOTi In In II. ling tin- Hi -in-
A IIIMOItU l l it ML.
If the Business Man Will Stop
To Argue Both Sides o! le Qc
lir iniisf admii if be expects Cbf'ttmu ihoppen do EARLY buying bo
must induce EARLY buying I You eeldoin bear a naunnur from tbemereiii f-
u lin Btarto .'li ter Ohriitmas trade mi tbe Hitof December and keeps after it
Intelligently and peraistentlyi li' may be "ruehed" the day before Christ
rnai liit be'a "ruihed" twenty days befoie CbristmaB likewise.
lie tffi.s bie ibare of the trade nut for ih' day or five days but for twouty
The result is lie dues a profitable Holiday business as well as a "BUCces ful"
And tin joke's on the other fellow the man who doesn't advertise end
who in reality is the eery individual that pays the advertiser's advertising
A TWENTY-TWO DAY CAMPAIGN JX Till': WORLD WILL CoX-
CLUSIVELY PROVE IT.
C its 22c : vcrccds
2t $15 IZi
tt We don't offer you soine-
thing for nothing. Com-
mon sense alone wouid tel vou
that'simpossibletodole: i m te-
ly. But we do offer you the
greatest clothes values ouU'in-
Sble in Tu.sa. Con)iarit.on w ill readily couvnce
yon of this fact.
The Suits and Overcoats we are showing Bl $15
and i18 arc splendid examples l tfa I sn'f value
giving power of this store. Styles right up-to-now.
Materials and tailoring of the high st order.
Fit and finish perfect. The st$Kaii1jJ
ciothes you have seen in many a day aiV-w V-B-U
Now iinoa tin ii- ih hi nuoh bumrt
HUi. i ..in mi roAdi ami hlshWAyi n
tll htult.'. It Ih well to rrrull tin- fad
ti.ai thruugii OklAbonu omm r..u thi
k ti.it . hi cAttle n ull ot du' Houthwoat.
It Mill I I. illl till! Had ItlVlT til Mil
UUtb tu Al Ih-iii- Kan. on Hie north
kirting Aluni th Mtit itdi ot whit
was then tii'1 Indian Territory. Over
iii ih truii were driven lumdrniiii if
u oi Tesaa and Indian Terrt-
too on 1 1 lc.
Iha trail nn laid out by Col. M -
II.. Will) l lUll
livln a hale and well preaerved old
man. Inmedlatel) alter tin- cloie
thi civil war there waa u trenti n 10 h
Inoreaae in Tezaa oattli on the vlda
free raaurea of thai Btaiv tut they
wen- irotthleaa or praotleally h. -OMM
there vrai no market for them
At that time no railroad ran from
Kr.s.s Ctt tu Trias or to tl.e Indian
Terr tor:-. The Kans.. Pacific aa It
vu then called ran from Kanaaa City
to Abi .r.c Kan.
Col McOo)' conceived the vlan of
dnvinc Texas aWtll up through th.
Indian Terr.tory to Abllme hence
the htytag out of the bit trail. This
was dDi in 16. and In lii mure
than 30 ('0 head uf Texaa cattle mre
driven over the trail to Abilene and
there ehipped to e intern market.
The tiii?lnisa grew to vast propor-
tion" and the iiimim-r and full it-ason
of a number uf eam auw- a rnaalanl
tr.-ani of Texaa luhghorna mollis
north from the Red River.
The trail ran near Musk-'Hi e. tin n
paoH. d eloaa to what i now Chelaea
In the Cherokee country and en
thrmiRli Huxter SpiinuH Kun.
S.i h a historic roadway a muld nt
be allowed to push ftoni no niory bin
It ahould be narked In eoma way uh
they are now marking the old Bantl
I'll MI I I Villi POl II l( I W
Oonareaa win be in aeaaion in a few
daya and there will be red hot tlmel
in vYaahingtOll for th! remainder uf
the winter. It will be a political aes-
aion uh the prealdcntlal sanpalsn
luoniv up I Ik in the mar dlatancc.
chump Clark tpeakar of the
IIuukii no loncer attempta to con-
ceal hti presidential aaplrationa but
la now- oonfeeeedly in tin. runntas
Heme we BUI) tttpoo! from Inm a .t
of pollt'oal attudinlaind audi a he
thinks will brliiK h I in Int.. pub.lc fa-
vor. Clark playa in. pellUeal Kamn
with a oIubuqi ooaoealnent uf n h real
purpiiKe. Ilia drollueaa hiuI homely
nielhodH all have a purpoae. lie la
eoiiHtiintly playing to the gallery ani
la not a man w ho ever in. Ih am gr. at
public nucFtion ell pt In some In-
direct and elrcultoua manner lie
hua liia ear to the ground nil the tin.'
to hear what tin people nre anvlng
and he goicrna hlmaelf ni.ordlnglv
He duea nut keel lata l reaurt to pine
demngogii.-n If ho thlnka II will ervo
hia parpoee. lie spoke heri' In Tu la i
during- the presidential campaign of
1D0S and thoae whu heird MM will
rvirtaoibvr hia tirade anln the inaln-
teiiauce of a Bti ontc navy lie Would
. . . uie builumg of battlaahlpa and
return to tho duya of Jeflurauiilan
itmpllolty and all t hut kind uf ItUft
WhBi lie .--.iid aaa addreaaed to tiiu
uuthinkliiK and waa for tin- piirpoHu
ui gaining a Uttla cheap applauaa
i.o ok at his aheap oratory mi the
annexation of Cr.nada. Hia remark
on the Hour uf the HOUae that he
hoped In IBO the day when tlio atari
und atripea would flout uier the
country all the way from Mexico to
the Arctic Circle did more to del' :it
reciprocity in Canada than any oth-
er one thing. It simply Bet the Can-
adiana wild ami they went in to sink
the annexation idea clear out uf Bight
and forever if Clark bad bean poa-
eaaed uf either discretion or candor
ho never would him- given utterance
to that foul remark.
BO now that the proeldentlal nun-
pnlgn is hi iicai' at hand wo may
xpect the Speaker uf the House to
play Hint political game tu the utmost
i.Ib winter und make a steady drive
'or the Democratic prealdanttal nomination.
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The Associated IT. ss tel. gram seiu
out from New York Thursday night
announcing the final dissolution ot
Hie Standard OH trust doses with the
"The public relatione with Standard
Oil wid not be visibly affected at
least for the present. No one Is able
tu forecast the ultimate effect uf the
dissolution whether It will have any
l.iaring upon retail prices or between
the company of Standard (111 group
and with in lepcndont producers. In-
creased OOmpetittoa la expected D.
the public will be obliged to bldl it'
time before finding out whether it
is tu h ue cheeper oil."
The remark that the public will
have tu hide its time before find ng
out Whether It Is to have cheaper
11 betray a glaring Ignoraneo of the
facts In the case. Whatever the sins
may be of the Standard Oil truft. It
cannot be charged nginst It that It
has advanced the price uf otl to tlio
The oil berg referred tu Is of cuurse
refined oil the kind Uged for lio.iHc-
ttold lighting ull over the country
rha price uf refined oil or keroaena
as Hteudlly declined for scleral y urn.
It la now cheaper than ever befuro
in the history of the oil Industry.
The price of refined oil In car-
load I here in Tulsa and at re-
fining points in Kansas Is one and
quarter to one unit a half cents a
gallon. Householders In Oklahoma
and Kansas towns can buy from the
tank wagons In (iiaiitltles uf one
barrel ur moro lit threo and a half
(cuts a gallon. If they buy but a
gallon at a time they have to pay ten
At these prlcca refined oil Is aboil!
the cheapest article that enters in;o
tht cost of living and surely nohndv
has any reasonable expectation It
can ever be any lower. It Ih already
belOW tho cost uf production and Is
made so by the tremendous Increase
In the production of crude petroleum
und In the hot competition helween
the Standard Oil refineries nnd tho
Mary C.iirdon and her Salome dance
Were backed off the boards In a "high
society" party given at Bapulpa the
other day. Prominent society women
appeared at a "baby" puny with
bare lege blacked well above the
knees. Some uf the New Yuik fi bso
Johnnie would pay any price for n
front row seat to that kind of a show.
Tulsa's clearing house figures gbOW
possibly better than anything else li o
steady progress the city Is making In
every line. Its growth is not of the
mushroom quality; so pre-eminent in
many western cities but Is rather of
that Bulid fur-all-time variety that
means the making of a great c ty.
m i n i- rim MR. 08BORN.
Another war on Turkey was It rt.nl
nnd completed in one day. Today t e
cats and dogs are fighting over the
Sometimes it pays a little bit to be
a newspaper man. The Washington
representative of the New York Her-
ald was yesterday appointed chief
elork at the White House at a Milurv
of 1500 per.
To Kdltor World:
Will your esteemed paper Inform
the weeping writer of a recent note
that It will be a great relief for him
to take some personal part in getting
rhl of the walking saloons. The men
who are interested In law enforcement
WOUld welcome him to their ranks.
Indeed If all such as he would work
r&stead of weep we feel sure that
much better success would result
from our labors.
Cheer up obi f. lloW nnd get out of
the weeping Wlllowa nnd Into the en
forcenient game. Things nre had I
they could be worse turn In ar.d helj
us. This B"ddon hurst of the truth
will soon pass If you will Just get In
nnd help us. If you mean business
report to the undersigned.
We do not care wrtat kind of tears
you have shed Democratic tears
Republican tenrs or whnt not tears
we all want the best kind of a town
m enlist with other good men In thi I
fight for the home.
.i v QRACTTDB.
"I never knew what a wonderful
city Tulsa was." said a trus'dlng ni an
talking tu a companion In a smoking:
car the other day" until one day
a friend of mine took me all over
the city In an auto." Doea the sug-
gestion remind you of anything? I
What do you know of Ttilsn? What
do you know of her parks her In-
dustries nnd her residence dleiliCt? I
It might be a good Id. a lo take a trip
over tin. city one of these beautiful
Sunday afternooM Do it a eat Baa I
day. It Is worth while. If you I
haven't got an ntitu walk It will do
UTY Million QLOTIE BTOiEfl
MESSAGE SHOWING GROWTH .
or t i n or TTJL8A.
- TOTA L FUNDS $215689.88
ii. mied Indebtedness ISAM"!) Area
of Oil is i.l.8.7 Acres 78
Aires In Turks).
If ther's an buddy I .ant stand fer
It's th' clerk that shows you ilr kind i
he wears. Tipton Hud wux engaged
jrlsterday fer dlsturbln' th' peace
whll wrltln' a pustal card with a
Simple Proscription Wcnder-
iui Kidney and Uladder lure.
Th fetkastag Bhapai pruTipti."! hs be
eem- fam.iim so areiiunt nf It rrmarViil. .'
rur.a in . - of k 1- - and hladiler ail
Ami. li.) n onnit of Kts-.l pars c n
nd ailil in it one half uoorf Halt) BSlrael I
Itiuhu. Take nne in twn Uaipnnafnli f
ihi miilMTe after rarh meal and at bed '
tlaw. II gulrkle relieiet harkarhr rase' I
atetls paint in the jnlnte and other well
kn an eimptom. vhirh ran hardly be
n-iu'Mri ed here The inct edii Mt ran Ui Ijjd !
n e"4 iruf Hot sn4 itf aaallj aiiej.
Replete with pertinent facta that
give a striking lesson of Tulsa's ro-
markabla growth in the past few
yoars and brim full of financial facts
concerning the city's condition the
nnnuul report of City Auditor E. B.
('lino filed yesterday with the city
eomniisisoiiers. la one of the moat
oaaplete of It kind on record. The re-
port was made out after weeks of
laborious effort only to find Hint tho
city barter does not require the fil-
ing of such a report by the auditor.
Probably the moat lmp."-iant part
of the repor' la that porti.- referring
to the tax levy of tho city for the
past five years. In 190" the general
tux levy was 11.8 mills nnd the
sinking fund levy 1. 1. 1" 1"S these
figures were Increased to 7 and G
mills respectively while In 19H9 there
was still another Increase when the
general levy was 10 mills and the
alnking levy 0.1 mills. In 1910 the
general levy waa 7 mills nnd the
Btaklag fund levy waa mills. This
year the levy for general purposes
was K mills and for sinking fund C.9
Total (MralaaMfl rum;-.
At the end of the fiscal year cov-
ered by the report the total avail-
able funds on deposit amounted to
: i .' Tl Is amount waa ap
portioned as follows: Balary $1-
443.49: contingent and supply
13. 5; street and bridge. Illl.tll
water works. $327.11; wnter works
construction 17011 s. 21; enrtneer-
lng SI 49.SC: cemetery MSl.tJ;
fewer $3372.46; street improve-
in. nt $074.23; park. $200.91; health
and sanitary $77; nuking 11866411(1
Street light ng ISOS.tS; fire und wa-
ter $19r.2 3.
uf Fire Department
j It cost to run the fire department
dining the year 8lt.26 while the
police department was almost us ex
(Pensive w th a total expenditure for
rutin. rig expenses of X4I.1S The
wnter work's expense was ISO 1 S6. 20.
The total aXBani s f r running the
city during the twelve months
amounted to M0C.ltB.04.
The city row owns properties val-
ued at $8611(9.41 whl"h Is divided
up as follows: Water works $361.-
096.32: fire department $60840.65;
police department lf.7U.94j ceme-
tery. $4204.4 7: i treets nnd tpubtld
properties S4.204.Sft; parks $31-
03r.19 ; sewers. $ 141768.03.
Tulsa's Bonded Indebtcdneea
The total bonded Indebtedness of
tho city ut the end of the fiscal year
mhs t(9000. The surplus on hand
Wgg 1499471 s 1 aorl the revenues
amounted to $117 172.03.
The special tax certificates out-1
standing represent the astounding!
total of $1030238.40.
The reports shows that Tulsa's al-1
titude Is 701 feet. The assesed al-l
uation of tho city by years la given
as follows: 1907 $6247301; 190R
$6523809; 190H $8477852; 11(10 -j
M0 165000; 1911 $17996905. This
shows nn Increaso in the clty'B as-
sessed valuation of 140 por cent In'
four year's time.
Sonic City Statistics.
Tho area of tho city totals 2468.7
Th-re uro 78 acres of puhlV"
There are 14.15 mile of
railway tracks nnd 150 miles
of cement or brick sidewalks; forty
miles of sewers and 3G miles of wa-
tor mains. Sixty miles of gas mains
run through the city's streets and
there are 2.900 telephones In uso
nere. Tho building permits for the
fisOU year tutu I -d un utitlnA 'of
Neither can you build
up your nerves with
To be Self-Reliant
nerves must have a
food-tonic that nour-
ishes and builds up
the entire system.
is the World's Standard
In large pastures the animals roam
from one especially attractive paten
of grass to another traveling all
over the field and tramping down
more than they can eat.
Manure should be spread upon Ho
field as soon as possible In order to
avoid loss by fermentutlon and leak-
ing. Nothing but water Is Inst after
the manure Is put on the land.
Read World Wants Ads.
Harnyura manure cottonseed meal
and acid phosphates are excellent fer
tllisora for Irish potatoes.
Impair Mental Faculties
and should not be allowed to be-
come chronic. Whether caused by
beat or cold stomach disorders or
is the best remedy to take. It's
liquid effects immediate pleas-
nut to take. 10c 25o and 50u at
the K C
Its FREE .
Read Carefully In tle wonderful K C Cook's Hook. Mrs. Janet
' t McKen.ic Hill of Iloston Cooking School
fame telU every housew ife how to become nn expert c-ok how to prepare
such appetising dishes the family will Ko simply wild over what you set
The ICC Cook's Hook in illustrated in 9 colors contains 90 tested and
pTUTen recipes mat win oe successful eitry
iimt if th few simple suggestions arc followed.
The ICC Cook's Book has been nntatrad
ut an . xpense of many thousands of dollars
and if purchased at a store would easily BOB
50 cents yet we cive it absolutely free as wa
want vou to know exactly what K C Baking
I owdir M and what it will do for you in
your own kitchen. ou need this won
derful book it is of vital uiiportauce
10 every housewife.
THE TULSA GRO.
IH li. Second Street. l'liolie KIH5"
How to get the
Write your nnme and sdilress
plainly on this coupon. At
tach the colored certificate
i 1 r .
teecloaer-rlifi .teX l"-""' " ccui caus
I die u l i liookV fending both to OS.
X iJU wi.l nr miahtv a-ln. vnn
did. Jequra Mfg. Co.
Note the Following Low PrtceS.
BpOCfal fur Suturdii) Kec. 2. Mil
1( lbs. aranuluted Sugar $1.0
1 lb. 30c Coffee 2(0
1 gal. Kraut 25o
1 48-lb. sack Heat Flour $1.35
1 dox. large 1'lckles 16a
2 cans California PsSOheg 250
3 cans Sweet Corn urn)
7 bars Lenox Soap 2.-o
1 bars Oi W. Hoap 2."o
2 cans Hecla BJJn
2 cans 3-lb. Tomatoes 28k
2 cans Alton l'eas 250
16 lbs. Granulated Sugar gl.00
3 cans V. ('. I'mk and lleans 25o
cans Tall l'et Cream 2."
2 enns Flat Salmon 2ilo
2 large Post Toastles 21c
2 small post Toastlea Sgej
1 gal. Kam Syrup 4So
1 gal. Country Sorghum . . .1 64Ki
Ilelns Saner Kraut per lb So
Ilelnt Dill Pickles per dos 2th!
1 pk. Potatoes 300
1 pk. Apples 300
Compare the above Drlces with
what you have been paying and buy
here and save money.
A. A. L. lil'MUARXEK Props.
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