Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 170, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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SEE MY DISPLAY
LEA McBIRNEY Cheyenne
TULSA DAILY WORLD. Til I'll SPAY APRIL .12 1906.
Notice the Sign That's All
at 208 South Main Street
i t -
J. T. NOLAND Manager.
THE SPRING POET IS ON DECK
again ami if lie exaggerates about
t lie ctherial mildness of gentle spring
j'uii niny rail it "poetical lieense"
but if lie sings the praises of the ar-
tistic laundry work done by us you
ean attribute it to his gratefulness
and enthusiasm for the exquisitely
laundered linen that he always re-
ceives from Laundry The Right Way.
Our patrons are always enthusiastic.
The Right Way Laundry
THE GREAT HEALER
. eSIIOUSANDS of grateful customers in
nil every state a! tern tlie WONDERFUL
M HEALING rROr'KKTIES of the
WORLD'S BEST LINIMENT -
KING CACTUS OIL:
The Only liniment that Heals without a Scar
It curi-n cut sprains bruises sores swellings
lameness old wound luinlmt'o. chapped liands frost
blU'S etc. and Is the stimdaid rumedy tttrbarbid
tuirt eats n animals harncKg and saddle gulls.
crutches crcasu heel caked udder Itch mange etc
sold by drtiKfrists In 15c. am-. and It battles. S3 and
It heals a wound from tho I Kit lorn up una Is
thoroUKhlv antiseptic. KING CACTUS OIL M
tA Hiwiipntf.fi rHnn. or wilt nienuld hv the Dianufac
turers OLflEY t MrVAIV. Clin . Iowa it
uot obtainable at your druKKiais'.
THE ShUSXlS DTJ3 CDNPAM
SOLE AGENTS TULSA L T.
The most complete Grocery in Tulsa.
' Exclusive agent for Sherman Bros
TEAS COFFEES and SPICES
No. 6. North Main Street . Telephone 107
"Some roads open stately- enough with
planted trees on either side to tempt the
traveler but soon become narrower and
narrower end in a squirrel path and run
up a tree."
And many advertising campaigns get
switched off into roads of this kind ex-
pend their forces in newspapers of
"squirrel path" circulation and influence
and end "up a tree."
The Right Kind of Advertising
Road Hedged For Its Entire
Length Vith "Dollar Trees."
That's "THE WORLD"
Get on the Right Road.
Advertise in "T H E
Address All Communications to
"Letter Mystery" Department.
JEFFERSON GARDNER DEAD
Former Governor of the Choctaw
' Nation Passes Away.
lliifjo I. T. April l'J. Jetfei'Kon
(iardner of Eauletoii I. T. died at
Idahcl this morning of pneumonia af-
ter an illness of five days. The gov-
ernor had been at Antlers attending
court and while returning home last
Sunday was taken ill at Idabel where
he left the train. Ilis condition jrrew
worse until Friday morning when the
end came. The remains were taken
to his home near Kauletown for
Tiie governor was a man about
til) years of aye and had speijt his
entire life in the Choctaw nation. He
served one term as rovernor about
ten years a'o. lie was beloved by his
people and highly respected by all
A special meeting of Tulsa lodge
No. 946 is hereby called for Friday
night April 13th to be held in the
new quarters on Third street. A large
attendance is earnestly requested as
thta is the occasion of the annual visit
of the District Deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler Brother D. M. Hailey. The
meeting will be called to order at 7:45.
Don't fail to be present.
C. E. STROUVELLE E. R.
Attest R. T. Epperson Secretary.
Fredericksburg Tex. Kuene H.
Gold 15 years old is dead as the re-
sult of lieinjr run over by an automo-
bile. He was riding a bicycle.
Lawton Okla. Mrs. Christine V.
Wood ring aged S2 and Mrs. A. J.
Pierce aged 55 were adjudged in-
sane. Little Rock Ark. Henry Hud ley
who killed Henry Huff his brother-in-law
pleaded guilty and was fen-
teneed to eighteen years.
Lawton Okla. Sergt. E. It. Mur-
phy of the hospital corps at Fort
Reno was found guilty of emberzle-
ment of government money and dis-
honorably discharged and lined.
Ladies you should not overlook see-
ing the Silk Coats Silk Suits Eton
Jacket Suits Silk Petticoats Kira-
onu etc. at THE FAMOUS.
INTRUDERS COURT TO MEET.
SUICIDE'S WIFE IN ENID OKLA.
Fort Wayne Ind. April 12. Thom-
as W Moore was found dead in a ho-
tel this morning. A vial that had
contained laudanum indicated the
manner of his death. A letter from lii.
wife in Knid Oklahoma begged him
to leave Fort Wayne and implored
divine assistance ( help him stop
You should by all means ask to see
the new styles of Belts Bags and
Combs just received by express spe-
cial for Easter at THE FAMOUS.
Tulsa Local No. 94 American Fed-
eration of Musicians affiliated with
the American Federation of Labor
has received its charter. The charter
membership list will remain open un-
til April 20. The membership fee at
present is $'J.uO. Any instrumental
musicol male or female who at any
time plays for money is eligible. Af-
ter April 20 an examination and high-
er fee will be required. The list may
be had upon application to Secretary
Claud S. Tingley or to E. Itobitaille
president. Musicians in adjacent towns
may become members of this Local
by paying into the local $2.00 on or
before April 20 1906.
E. RODITAILLE President
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
projxisals will lie received until the
Kith of April 19015 and opened in the
architect's ofilee at 12 o'clock the
same day for the S. A. Pible store
building according to plans and speci-
fications furnished by J. J. Glantield
Ton can get anything ready made
from an infant's long dress to a la-
dy's dress at THE FAMOUS.
Every dancer in Tulsa should at
tend the Union Musicians' masque ball
Ladies' Skirts made to order". See
Ian Rody the tailor.
Tulsa Business College
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Tulsa Indian Territory
at the Close of Business April 6 190(5.
Loans and discounts $294190.3!)
Overdrafts secured and unsecured 14371.2!)
I'niled States Hoiids to secure circulation 12500.00
Hoiids securities etc (51.083
Due from National banks (not' reserve agents) 172(52.01
Due from State banks and bankers 1814.82
Due from approved reserve agents 4705.38
Checks and other cash items 1011.43
Exchanges for clearing house 020.21
Notes of other national banks 4170.00
Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 295.34
Legal Render notes (i.OOO.OO 14340.80
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circula-
tion) i 1525.00
Total ? .f3(i(i580.35
Capital stock paid in $ 50000.00
Surplus fund 10000.00
Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid (5813.53
National bank notes outstanding 12500.00
Individual deposits subject to checks 219949.08
Demand certificates of dcxsit 8400.41
Time certificates of deposit 2000.00
Certified checks 2.9(5(5.0!)
Cashier's checks outstanding 4954.9.1
United States deposits' 29001.11
Hills payable including certificates of deposits for money bor-
State of Indian Territory Western District ss.
I C. W. Urown cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be-
lief. P. W.'imOWN Cashier t
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of April 1900.
CHARLES HALEY Notary Public
My commission expires June 29 1909.
Correct Attest: J. It. COLE JR.
X. W. MAYGINNES
Loans and discounts $294257.47
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 12500.00
per ei'iit redciiiptioi (525.00
Cash and exchange 44832.59
Capital stock $ 50.000.00
Surplus and profits 16813.53
National bank notes outstanding 12500.00
C. W. UROWN Cashier.
Ardmore April 12. Announce-
ment is made that the intruders' court
with Judge Bennet presiding has
been ordered to Ardmore on April 23.
to hear a large number of eases in- j
vol rinir possessors rights to Indian I
lands in the Chickasaw Nation. The
hearing will last several day.
MAR TIN IS
East Third St.
T.D.LEE A.J. RISINOER
MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY "
Lee & Risinger Prop's.
West South lit St. Phone 88. Tulsa Ind. Ter
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Brady, J. R. Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 170, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906, newspaper, April 12, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134622/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.