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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY J, 1920.
1919 WAS BUSY
YEAR IN COURTS
Criminal Dockets Have
O OC"7 PVCtTC ADIT CM FH h' rccelirlnif personal property
C.LXJI WnOLO I illu aeseMmirnb on .urinary m.
I Tim Tillnu term of I'nlteil HtAtem
(n,trflt cnrt ,,inil In this city
.?. Vinf'o Sm ' ltriirif'rintf four ucek Ho liy JuilM II. I.,
i.HO - , 11M1IU...- I I.. .!. .,t.l,ll,in
or 1!) ilrrnnnsnl Judge Williams
relumed In Muskogee two weeks ami
anil Juris;'- J. W. Wondrniuh of
ef Omaha presided at one week's
MaalOn of III' iridium I term, after a
Believed A ccomplice
Of Cox SHU in K. C.
v nr ip'nirim"M, will matei tally 1 cCUKCd II i-,1 UCllCl
"hi in rein duiiiuiik m 1'iinn.
Due to dglny of the state corpora-
t l.i n i oimnlmloii In flilnn the tax
i.ite n putillr service t nrporutlrins,
In- la rnlla will not be dellven-il by
Him county assessor to the uounty
'rcin-r until Hbout Jiomsuy I.
A'or Hooker atnl hi" officii
il.-pntl.'S lnnf (01 Ihe pest wck been
working on them, records anil II
ihmitfhl probable that ihe treasurer
mil leceivc taxes for I ill I beginning
about .Innnaiy 10, Assessor (looker
l it yislwnmv Hint HW nrriee will
of District Court in
Willi tlio cIobIhk of tin. year, llm
I'ollro Chief friaries II. Allen
announced lint tililit tlrnt the man
under arrest In Kansas City I
suspected of being an nrcnmpllcei
In the shootlpg of J. Arert Hall In
Tulaii Into Hatiirrtny night. II" !
believed liy a representative sent
from horn hy Clilwf Allan to he thn
compiinlon nf I. M Cox, the high
wayman who wiik ahol by Ilia desd
I'l'iililMi; iilsinim. Although nil
Indications point to the Kiillt of
Jmm I Inward, thn man held In
If. 1 runs City, Hip Tnlan. ililof In
tllriitcil th.it III lilelitlflnltlllll has
not been pi oven for certain an yni.
(llrlH know w.irl' ivlilrh la rlriin
wnok'a ri'icaa, .luilirc Wooilroimh n- ,, ,., f .ii ii.n f,;. Ailwi.
couria of TnUa county complclfs tho 1 luring to Tua Mnniluy arid luia , . .
moat miccHMful yar In tin. hlatory , ""'"
of (ho county. Mon than four tlmua , K(Mr,lM br Tlllllll rminty ,m.
the iiiitnlicr of criminal rnm hao ; tr(.t ,,,lllrt snw hHt J ;P7 ,,vll
tiicn iliapowil of by trial than In r, ivcru fllnl laat ar, anil In
any othi r like period allien atalo , roiinly court, I.I 12 marrta Ii
Iww.i1 ai.,1 rtnubli. thn inlinber of cenwa ivern laautiil In 19M Li
than l.MlD maea worn flle.l In itlir
courl ami In rnuiity rnurl l.il'.l
marrliii; llietiNM wen. laaiieil,
llnnk Awiiiilnl .liiilcinrnt.
.Tuvl;iiiHnl for 1 7 , 1 Mi 0C In favor of
civil caa,-a have been trl(! a rniiif
IKiieil with any othiT llki. porloil.
Ill illalrlrt rourt, JUiIro He'linonJ
t, Colo pioal.lliiK. four criminal
tr-riiia werii held, In which 69 ile
frn.tiinla wr.rn filthor found KUllty
or I'nterru picas or KUIliy. inii or uio thn planllrr una maile In aupfrlor
200 cnaea fllr.il, illMpiinlllou, throuRh court ymlnntuy In llm mill of Die
(llJiiniM.il 1 wua mailo of a tolal of 7 l'lral Nailonnl bunk of Colllimvilli'
uthcra. JitURU Colo bosnn tho flrat RHnlrM Mm city of Ciilllnnvilli' Thn '
of UiBt year with a criminal term juclKtrjftit wua allowed on ahowlnit
lasting thrco wi'fka and alnco that ,y lf. plaintiff that Hie city wua
tlmn thn court, Including tho term ' indebted In the amount naked on 1
lasting four wceka when Chnrlra rlalma for nitiihnndlii. purcliani'd
KrclRcr wna triad on Iho chaiKc of , by llm rlly cuiiinilMOlniii.ru,
oynnmltitiK u imliltnce, tho court
liaa boon 111 ncllvn teiulon for morn v,t th ,.,,,iun nf portrait !
lhan all months out of tho year, a painting and drawliiH" of America a
new docltot, containing 40 cusMa ant Kroateai paln.er of lnilliuiH, N. C.
for trial, In addition to tho arraiKii- haMNK. at TuKi Art Hlorn, CJ0
meat and probable trinl or 30 otner ninith .Main
defendant, bolnjj beforo Judgo Cole .
January 0. . . .
Civil division of dlatrlct court,
Jildco Owon Owen, nKlto.l nt tlmea
by JudRO Cole, baa dUipoand of HeV
eral hundred cniir-s docketed for
hcnrlnp, and with tho new year,
with tho aislMtiiiico of Jinlun t '
man alttliiK iw apeclal JudK", thi i
court will within tho next year, bo
gin to clear up a docket of civil
cnacn, which now number almoiil
I uUO unlrliid. JudBit Owen hurt,
npilns bei;an ttKllatlon for u dear ,
liiK of the civil eaaoa then doeknted
for trial, but becauito of tho corniest
ed condition of tho docket, and th'
f,.-t iiii i.oi omt courtroom wua
Stops Tho TickBo
By Healing tho Throat
3Bo par Botth
available, thla matter va not fca-ii-blu
until tho partltlonliiK of tho dla
ttlct courtroom into two courts,
now almost completed.
i, ,,i.. i. i Mm tin. in aunerlor
n.i.ri iina illxoniieil of several hun
dred ciiKiia, many dlsmltsed for want
of prosecution, within tho. past year
and the docket In that court within
the preMHit year, will probably bo
cleared of tho Kroater part of tlio
More than 1.100 cilmlnal caaes ,
have been fllod by lliu couiuy i- . -
tornoy durlnK tlio poat 12 months, I
lncludlnir nUiidenieanor chariies. wmmm
This I almost twice tho number or
criminal cases over fllod by any
county attorney In any Uko period
of tho county's history. Thomas I.
lluiiroe, county attornoy, with tho
assistance of four deputies, has In
addl.lun to handling thn lucroaslni;
ly aro number of criminal mat
ters, also taken ,care of tho mny
Civil mil. ,11
county, mostly In rosard to tho mat-1 1
ter of oiaimeu mruutuun .
The year of 1910 will bo down
In county history as tho period In
which tho bculnnlnir of tho Tulsa
..niiniv uvstcni of hard-surfaced .
roads was begun, with tho bond Is-. j
. , , . .,,.4 ll,.'E
bug voiou in iNovumucr i ih
lays caused by wartlmo restrictions
prevontcd earlier action on this ,
.lliu of Itntirovemonts. but with thu
federal aid money received by tho)l
county, i,iuu,uuw uiin.un .u. ,
. I ,1.. m.lr.l.,,,1 ,i. '
me cunait uv.iun ... iiiu , I,.,'-
Kram of 92 miles of 18 foor paved
roadway. These roads extend from
HKIatook south throilKh Tulsa to 1
Jenks und HUby, from Culllnsvilln
tluougli Owasso and then west to
Tulsa and Keystone, und from
llroken Arrow In the oast part of
the county to tho Tulna'-Hlxby road,
Heveiii) miles of this proposed road- ,
way havo been built but Iho short- ,
nc of material und failure of tho
railroad administration to provide ,
BUfflclent number of cars, delayed
the building last fall to such uu ex- j
tent that the contractors were tin-!
nble to completo morn than oluhl I
miles of pavement. Many of the i
contra'tors are receiving und storlnR
road material tills winter, to be usod
In the spring us soon ub tho weather
permits. Tho uho of gove' lunent
trucks, loaned to Iho county by tlio
Inoomo nnd I2xcen rrofltt Tnies must bo reported anon. Do your
books give you the inful million you need? Wo not "illy handle
tax problems but will keep or supervise your records au that they
will meet reriulrements. Htart 1320 right!
CARL L. RICE
Ccrliricil Public Accfiiintanl
r.17 KUNNKDV IlI.Dd,
I'Iioiich: Cellar ail", OHiigo 111177
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On January 2nd, 1920, the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of the
Exchange Trust Company will be opened.
Oklahoma's largest Trust Company invites your account and
offers you a banking service that is for savings exclusively.
Your savings will be protected as follows:
J. Ab a primaru protection for the deposi
lorn of our Savingm Department $100,000.00
of our Capital has been set aside exclusively
for their protection.
2. The entire Capital, Surplus and Undi
vided Profits of the Trust Company arc addi
tional security to depositors of the Savings
3. The Capital and Deposits of the Savings
Department are kept separate from the other
assets of the Company.
4. The Capital and deposits of the Savings
Department shall only be invested in Govern
ment and Municipal Bonds and secured loans.
All investments arc passed upon btf the Execu
tive Committee of the Board of the E. T. Co.
The law docs not permit the Saving Depart
ment of a Trust Company to make unsecured
5. All the savings deposits in our Savings
Department are protected by the "Depositors'
Guaranty Fund of the State of Oklahoma."
6. All Savings Deposits are further pro
tected by the double liability of the stockhold
ers of the Exchange Trust Company.
7. Every Deposit will be considered a con
The above protective agencies give you absolute security for
On the 1st day of January and July in each year, interest shall
be credited on the books of the Exchange Trust Company at the
rate of Four per cent per annum on all sums which have re
mained on deposit for thirty days or more. All deposits made
by the 5th of the month shall draw interest from the 1st day of
Banking By Mail
We will accept Saving Deposits by mail. This
will permit all who desire, no matter where
located, to become depositors with this strong
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One Dollar Will Open a Savings Account
No Checking Accounts Accepted Savings Exclusively
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Security For Savers
14 East Third St
Savings Department Bond Department Trust Department Mortgage Loan Department
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