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THE TULSA fiAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MOENING, JUNE 6, 1900.
T 1 World Want Department Fwoweek7one cent : i FOIl SAI.K Several liunlreil pounds of ciuht-poinl face Ci'iitiiry Kxtianded t v f, direct from the Arflcr ieau Type r'pillidcrg Co. I bought this type to use in st attinif tin- World last fall. I now Imvc two linntypcs in tin; Hlicr ami nn use for the typo. It is all in ;.'ooil shape, some of it lias never been inked. Territory print shops limit i 1 1 r a snap ean do no better than eall or write J. R. Brady, World cilice, Tnlsa. I. T. G-fi-tf FOIl SAI.K A three- borse power, single phase, self Kturtintr, Wniruer motor, almost new. Anyone wisliin;: a three-horse motor in lirst: class linpe will (In 1 sonie.hiiii; for within',' in this little want ad. by euilini: J. II. LViidy, Phone 3."(i, World oi'icc li-.Vtf Foil SALK Itinlseyu maple dress er, diniiin room table, and chairs, jill in iinn eindition. Will be sihl lit least. liable price. Address iU.i South I'.uiMcr, between Ninth mid Tenth. C-0-Ot I Sl,-:-The best money mak er in town ran be bail fi r .-JIM). Ad dress Hox lop!, rity. (i-ti-tf KOI! SAI.K Cheap, peanut roast er. Address Hox HiKi, eitv 6-0-tf FOIl SALE A llerrick Refriger ator, made of solid oak with ti com partments, l.'t shelves, ( feet, 9 indies liifrh, (! feet, ti inches wide, and 2 feet, (i inches deep; holds UOO pounds yif ice. Almost as jrood as new. Cost sfFJij; will sell for $S.'). Inquire at corner of First and Detroit. STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR 'SALE until June S, 2.") cents per 100, or 'f.'I.OO per l.tHM). Select vari eties. R. I'. Elliott, 413 Outline, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets, ti-1 -fit For Sale Five room bouse, jjood water and uas connections. See llock finuer and Il.?di:eccck, IIS Main st. 5-l-tf For Sale Two 22 Winchester and one 22 Colt's tniiret jun. One fi foot, one 3 foi t, sbw ease at a bn renin, flav Furniture Or. " 5-25-tf FOR SALE Dinin,' table, chairs, rockers, ranne, and iron bed. 4n9 So. Elwood street. G-3-3t FOR SALE Restaurant doinsr a rood business, cheap if sold at once Bockiinuer & Jledijeeock, US Smith Main". " fi-3-fit For Sale The Blue Front Livery Stable and fixtures in Collinsville, I. T. Also a fine residence. Will sell for cash or on time, or trade for farm land. If interested, it will pay you to come and see me. C. J. Lowell, Prop. Milk Cow for Sale We will sell on auction square, Saturday after noon. May 10, one fine Jersey cow yielding a (rood mess of milk. John son & Brewer. For Sale Two cars of one and two year old mules, gentle, (rood colors, tint of pood mares. ill make 15 to 16 hand mules when jrrown. J. H. Roper, Itasca, Hill county, Texas. - 5-25-7t FOR SALE Cheap, 40 acres of land in the heart of the oil belt south, production on all sides. Come quick If you want a bargain. J. J. Bnuman, room 4, Friend & Jones building. FOR RENT. FURNISHED ROOMS-Two rooms each suitable for tw gentlemen, well furnished. $S.OO per month per room. First laree bouse north People's Plan ing Mill, North Frisco. 6-l-6t FOR RENT Brick store building just complete, elegant location. Best town in the Territory Broken Ar vow Loan an Investment Co. 5-27tf For Rent Three room house on North Second and Cheyenne. K. M." Lattimer, Room 6, Rosenflcld building 5-25-tf For Rent Five room house, good water and gas connections, close in. See Boekfinsrer and Iledgecock, 118 Main street. 5-20-tf FOR RENT 60 acres good grass land, 3 miles north of town. Apply to Dr. W. M. Wilson, over City Na tional bank. 6-3-Gt' FOR RENT Large store building on Main, north, between Main and Boston, new building, 30x50, gas and electric lights. A permanent place. Apply al the Arts ft Craft Workshop. 4-fl-Ct WHAT KIND OF FINANCIER ARE YOU? To sell b lot of ground for $!0 less than' it would bring if $5.00 were expended in advertising it is very common if not very wise financiering. To sell a shop or store for $2,000, when $10 worth of advertising would have found the man willing to pay $500 more for it that is "near-sighted" financiering. To allow a house or apartment to remain tenantless for three months when $3 worth of advertising would have rented it in three days is not a GOOD way to manage property, but it is a very usual w,;y. Through all the little affairs of daily life, we are apt to thus trample upon all of the FinancialCommandments, making ourselves the poorer, and nobody especially the richer WANT ADS WILL HELP YOU TO MANAGE THINGS. FOIl HKNT Four room bouse, dose in; gas and city water, fruit dees. Apply to Dr. W. M. Wilson, over City National bank. (i-il-tit MISCELLANEOUS. WANTKD Three rooms furnished for liubt bonsekeepini:, for family of three. Call at form ol, Robinson bo tel. f'-l-fit Wanted Newspaper Solicitors Enquire of W. W. Neal, Times oftice T... . .i: ,.t s:i, ,.!,, .,.,. ,,.,,. ! 10 cts. Wanted Clean cotton rajra at the World ollice If you want any abstracts made or extended, hriu them to West & Sin gleton, Room 7, Alexander buildin?. 'iiiaraiitee satisfaction. Mummers Tulsa Title & Abstract Co. Wanted Those who desire a uood counter lunch or a lirst-elass meal at 25c to patronize the Blue Front lies-j taurant, corner of First and Boston, das. Davis and Abe lieneau, props. 4-2t-tf Wanted-To trade 1(!0 acre farm, one and a half miles from Mulhall, Okla., for Tulsa residence property W. B. Seott, Tulsa. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply at Mowbray & Winter linker's ' 5-2S-(it Agents Wanted In every town in Oklahoma and Indian Territory to write insurance for the World Acci dent asocial ion of Omaha, Neb. Ad dress Cberrybomes & Norman, pen eral agents, Lawton, Okla. 5-17-fitfi Wanted Every body to know dig wells in first-class shape, cement and all. Win. Fields, First nnd De troit. Wanted Experienced irirl choco late diper. I'sibos Brothers, new First National bank buildimrj Wanted Clean eotton rai;s at the World ollice Bigheart, Okla. The oil citv of the OSAGE INDIAN RESERVATION a GOVERNMENT TOWNSITE. For residence or busi ness lots at first cost, address: E. W. KINO, Pawhuska, Okla. 5-2G-lm Wanted to Bny Good Clay Furni ture Co. will pay the highest price for second hand goods of all descriptions. They want them badly. See us before selling, without fail. Corner Second and Boulder. Phone 171. 5-16-tf WANTED- An experienced driver for wagon. Unique Dry Cleaning Parlor, East First street. LOST A seven weeks old liver and while pointer doir. Reward is offer ed for his return to owner, C. B. Da vis, Fifth and Elwood streets. G-2-tf WANTED A man to solicit and deliver for meat market and grocery store. Call at Up To Date Grocery and Meat Maiket, corner of First nnd Detroit. 5-3-Gt SHINGLING done for 75e and up, per square. Flooring .r0e and lathing 10c per bundle. Other work paying 25c er hour, except bricklaying. A. Jones, the Junk Dealer, G24 First St. 1-G-lmo House Cleaning Lawn Mowing, etc., done by a competent man. Cll on Geo. W. Dickenson "at Crawfo.-d Bros.' store. 5-4-tf Wanted Place to work morning and evening for board and room. Ad dress Mrs. A. O., care of World. 5-29-6V WANTED A place to room and board for man and two children, must be private. Address K, Lock Box 502, Tulsa, I. T. 26 WANTED First class dining room i;irl at the El Detoro Hotel, on First street. li-tl-tf W A N TED For the lnited States army: Able-bodied unmarried men, between the a;;es of '21 and 3", of !ood moral character and temperate habits. For information, apply II e criiitiiiir Ollicer, Tulsa, Muskoiree, I. T., Oklahoma, Shawnee, Enid nud (lulliiie, Okla. LOST One sorrel pony, 10 years old, weight SIM) pounds, slightly lame in riiibt hind foot. Reward. II. II. Archer, ." miles northeast of Tnlsa. i-3-0t HOMES Will buy or build you a home, improve city property on easy monthly installments. Only $10.0(1 per month per thousand, including in terest. J he New State Investment Co., address M. D. Mather, Box l..'l."4. Tulsa. If you want to borrow money on pity or farm lands, be sure to see 'is. No red tape, no delay. We can .'lose loan as soon as papers ean be made. WEST & SINGLETON, Room 7, Alexander building. WANTED Everybody to know that Beerine is guaranteed to be n strictly temperance drink. For sale everywhere. Tulsa Electric Bottlingn Works, exclusive distributors. Phone 41. - G-5-6t WANTED A place to room and board for man and two children, must be private. Address K. Lock Box 502, Tnlsa, I. T. G-0tG WANTED An experienced press- er, must be good on ladies' work. I'n ique Cleaning Parlors on East First street. G-fi-tfi BAGGAGE TRANSFER When in need of baggage transferred, phone 207 and King will do the rest. (i-H-lit Wanted Position as stenographer, own typewriter. Can give rrfernce. Box 1!2, Monet t. Mo. 5-24-1 mo WANTED Laundry girls at Tnlsa, Steam Laundry. 6-5-3t NOTICE TO HOMESEEKERS Either to Homefolks or to the Many Strangen. It has been demonstrated a thou sand times or more, that we are the best posted with reference to values on City and Farm property of any Real Estate Firm in the city; have the largest list of desirable property of any firm in town and never ask one dollar above the owner's price for it. We never have any trouble in elosing our deals because we do business "on the square." Our home people, our banks and every responsible business man in town will vouch for this statement. We have unexcelled facilities for handling farm loans and can assist you materially in buying a farm. Come ajul see us before you pur chase property. We always keep a team hitched and are ready to show you free of charge. Remember the name. D. C. ROSE & COMPANY. 2'Ki 1-2 Main St.. Phone 10. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that II. J Stoops and R. D. Carpenter have sold their interests in the Headquarters Meat A Produce company to A.J. Ris inger. The new firm will continue to be known as the Headquarters Meal & Produce company, and A. J. Risin ger will collect all accounts and pal all debts. A. J. STOOPS. R. D. CARPENTER. A. J. RISINOER. Tulsa, I. T., May 22, '06. 5-27-10 Notice. IN THE I'NITED STATES (Oi l;' FOR TI11C WESTERN .H DK IAI. f DISTRICT OF INDIAN TKRRI- .TOIIV'.MTTINC AT SAl'lT.I'A, M A V TERM. In Probate. IN RE WALLACE ( o.Mi'ANV. Notice is hereby uivcii that 1 shall, on the J-lth day id' .liine, l!MMi, or as soon thereafter as the iiiiiiter may be brought before the Honorable Louis Si' bacher, Judfje rf the I'niled Stat s Court for the Western .Judi cial I'istrict, inake application before the Miid court for an order to sell Id 17, of block Sit, city of Tulsa, Indian Territory, said property beini; part of the estate of W. R. Wallace, deceas ed, and beiiiir held by him in common with Henry C. Calhoun, the only an surviviii',' partner of the lirm of Wal lace & Company, for the purpose of payiiii,' the indebtedness of said lirm and of the deceased. OEORtiE W. MOWI1RAY, Administrator of W. R. Wallace, de ceased. May 21, lIKMi. TALLEY & HARNACIE, Ally's. 5'Jtl-lnio Notice to Contractors. Bids will be accepted for the erec tion of u church on coiner of Fifth and Main fur the M. E. Church South up to (i o'clock, June l.'illi. The board reserves the riir'it to reject any and all bids. Plans and specilical ions can be seen at the ollice of Chastain Cathey Lumber Co., W. E. Chastain, Chairman. (i-l-tit Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby iven that A. J. Rcsi;;ner has sold hi-, interest in the Model Steam Luundiy to II. .1. Sloops and R. D. Carpenter. The new lirm will be known as the Model Steam Laundry and continue business at the same location. The new linn will make collections nnd pav all bills. T. D. LEE. II. J. STOOPS. R. 1). CARPENTER. A. .1. RISINGER. Tulsa, I. T., Mav 22, '0(i. 5-211-lOt North Arkansas Lands. We are offering some extra good lands cheiip for quick sales: 440 acres line white oak tie and pil ing f.mhor, 1 mile limn railroad. Price, iflO per acre. 40 acres extra line mineral land, lead and zinc, In th showing. Price, $10 per acre. 100 acres nice farm and orchard, 1-2 mile to railroad. Good water, line timber on uncbaired post, good log improvements. Nice tract, $10 per acre. Will accept city property in exchange. JOHN H. DOYLE, Harrison, Boone Co., 5-25-Gt. Arkansas. Notice of Stockholder's Meeting. Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the stockholders of the Tulsa Water, Heat & Power company will be held in their ollice in the city of Tulsa, Ind. Ter., at nine a. m. on the 2-st day of June, A. D. 190G, for 'he purpose of voting on a proposition to be submitted at said meeting to issue bonds to the amount of $300,0000, to be secured by a deed of trust on the franchises aud all other properties belonging f the Tulsa Water, Light, Heat & Power company, of Tulsa, Ind. Ter. GEO. G. BAYNE, A. R. Perry-man, President. Secretary. 6-5-14t HOW TO LIVE LONG AND ENJOT LIFE. This is one of the most important questions of the day and should ap peul to every man and womuu who re gards life worth living. Take plenty of the proper exercise, see each day '.hat your kidneys are healthy you can do this and healthy kidneys mean health and long life. It has been decided by many that the kid neys are the life preservers, in fact, the blood must pasa through the kid neys every three minutes, day and night. The blood comes to the kid neys full of impurities, gathered from all parts of the body, and kidneys, when in health, separate the impuri ties from the blood and carry it out of the body through the urine. If the kidneys are healthy, about one ounce of impurities are discharged each day from the body through the urine.Now think of this: If the kidneys from some unknown cause happen to fail to discharge these impurities, where does gof Answer: In all parts i : :'..i bi-dy, i.ius.n," iiupmc .j'ood, p.iiylct., ..oi s, teller, ec.cni:i ; but hi.l.-e. jcl, dropsy, heail disease, rheu matism, uric acid dcHsil, and (he one and direct cause of rheunialisui. Diabcies, Hrifjht's disease, loo fre quent urination, scalding uriii'.slccp less nights, bad dreams, some! lines a tniist, brick dust deposit in the urine, female complaints; in fact, almost every disease that is prevalent is in directly caused by the improper ac tion of t lit kidneys. We are lining to ll you the only and proper way to treat the kidneys, and keep tlicin in lnalfl that they may perform their 'Lilly task Mint nature lias set apart for them to perform, Go to the Shackle Ding company, to ask for a box of Swain's Backache nd Kid ney Pills aud use them for a short time according to printed directions. If you do this you will have healthy kidneys, and healthy kidneys mean a long and happy life. Now, do not pass on the curative and active properties of Swain's Backache ami Kidne Pills until after you have tried them you want to be emvd or kept in u way that you will seldom know what it means to feel bad." By the use of Swain's Backache and Kidney Pills, occasionally, you will probably not for nt least thirty days. "That is if need anything else as medicine as they keep the system in perfect health. Here is the formula of Swain's Backache ami Kidney Cure: l!ucliii. corn silk, saw palmetto berries, nil of juniper berries, Soda Carbonate, Al oin, Poilopbyilin, Digitalis and Oleics of Capsicum, so combined ns to make them an almost s'pecilie for kidney complaints and diseases having their oiigin from such kidneys. A kidney medicine in a pill form is better for the kidneys than a liquid medicine, as a liquid m?dicine contains more or le-s alcohol that tends to irritate the kidneys, and you will find the liquid medicine vill leave you in a worse condition than before you bad taken it. You will likely feel better nl the lime of taking, as it will stimulate; but all unnatural stimulants must be followed with reaction, and it is al ways for the worse. Now wc have explained to you that Swain's Back ache and Kidney Cure will cure your kidneys. You cannot doubt our state ment before you try them, can you? Certainly not. Now you know Mr. Shackle, of the Shackle Drug com pany. Ask him if our statement is true. Tf he says yes, yon will, we hope, for your own sake and tmjoy ment, give our Swain's Bac'kache and Iiilnev Pills n trial. Tf you will do this, it will mean irrcat enjoymcnt.as they cure sick kidneys. ' SWAIN MEDICINE CMPANY. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES The following is the full program of the High School Commencement exercises, every one of which should be largely attended by Tulsa's citi zens : Wednesday, June (!, Class Day 10::?0 a. in., M. E. church. PROGRAM. Grand March de Concert Wallen hnupt, Lillian Scbreck Invocation. Rev. G. W. Martin "Let the Hills and Vales Resound," Bnuley Richards, High School Cboriiu. Oration, "The Wandering Jew," Deneie Stebbins Oration," Night Brings Out the Stars'' Fern Lnngwell. Duet, Selected Belva Mitchell and Nell Neves, Class '05. Oration, "The Art Gallery of His tory," Hazel Rike Oration," Night 's Candles Are Burn ed Out," Ruth Trees Class Song, Mendelssohn, High School Chorus. Benediction, Rev. C. W. Kerr Tlnrsday, June 7, 8 p. m. Com mencement, in M. E. Church. PROGRAM March, Selected, Lillian Sbreck Invocation, Rev. J. B. YoungJdood "Come, Fairies, Trip It," John Parry ITigli School Chorus. Address, "The Elements of Great ness, "Wm. L. Burdick, Ph.D.,L.L.B. "Answered," Robyn Lawrence Bentlcy. j Presentation of Diplomas, V. I. ShurtlefT. President of Board.' "Calm Be Thy Slumbers," Sir II. R. Bishop, High School Chorus Benediction, Rev. Randolph Cook Friday, June 8. Annual High School Picnic. Declare They Both Won Portland, Ore., June 5. Although over three hours hnve ebipsed since the polls closed, lip to this time the count has progressed so slowly that not a simile precinct hn.4 been beard from in the state. The chairman of j both the state central committees declare ositively that their respect-! ive candidates for governor, United States senator, and both eonsrressmen have carried the state by safe ma jorities. Fine turkey dinner at the Oxford today. i 1 1 TELEPHONE POSTAL And They Will Send for Your Messages. Phone 348 Tulsa Manufacturing and Wholesale World TIIK CHICAGO OF THE SOUTHWEST already boasts some of the largest and most progressive manufacturing and wholesale establishments of the threat Southwest. Natural tfas, coal in inexhaustible quan tities, line building sand, brick shale, gypsum deposits combined with the tinest agricultural country in the world form the greatest natural resources of any similar area in W the land. ' The following es blishments are the leaders in Tulsa: RATCLIFF-SANDJ.RS GROCER CO. tome Uiitusiry, D.in J D.nlilson, On Mur. Doing no eclUHlv whole Hie hiisiiie.ss No orders too largo (or our capacity, none too sms.ll U ci(.ve our pti,n,ii mien Ion Regan business March, I 3i3. Iiutlneti bo ! (; i.ii iii mo:iihl irjveltnn salesmen REA & READ MILL AND ELEVATOR CO M; nufac' urcrs of the c-lelimied "Dinner Party," "Rc, nud Ksr," ti 'ndlHiioln" IiIk.'i patent Flour. Kiln dried Com Mejl TULSA LIME COMPANY, The best lime in the territory for sulu, wholesale or retail. I sell lime at 1-'- cents n bushel. Parties wishim; lime call nt kiln in Lost City rn- diop postal card addressed to WM. BROWN. F. I). 1.1:1; MOIMSL STEAM LAUNDRY Lee & kMsinger, Prop's. West South 1st St. t CJ. W. MOWBRAY. Pres. and Trcnu. t V. 1. SIll'RTLIFF, f Vice-Pres. MOWBRAY -City and Farm Property Oil and Agricultural Leases For Sale II. Atnin St. Condensed Othcial Financial Statement of Condition of Fanners National Bank At Close of Business April 6, 1906 Resources Loans and discounts Overdrafts Secured Overdrafts unsecured U. S. Bonds and prem's Furniture nnd fixtures Cash and Exchange Total $l'J!l,4.')O.0tl 713.1)1) 7M.17 31.2!J:.7. l.rU0.J. 128,716.95 $J!'J,5.-)S.o.S The above Statement is correct. L. D. MARR, Cashier. Safety, security and absolute reliability assured customers. Every cour tesy extended, consistent with conservative banking. Accounts of bank lorporatinns and individuals solicited. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS C. W. Smith L. D. arr S. W C. Western Well-Tool Machine Company Portable Drilling Machines Rig Irons, Boilers, Engines, Pipe, Casing, Drilling and Fishing Tools and Oil Well Supplies General Blacksmithing and Repair Work Shops Boulder Avenue and Frisco Tracks. Phone 134 Offices Archer Block, Corner Pure Food Market and Grocery C. C. SIGLER, Proprietor Phone 84. All telephone Calls Answered Promptly. 108 East Second Street. Tulsa Transfer t Storage Co. Office with Mowbray Realty Co. ment House. Phone 279. Prompt Service. Household Goodt Packed and Shipped. TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING T. J. LeGore, the Tailor is located in Room 9, Grand room'g house. Office hours 4:30 to 8 p. m. See him for styles. Have had 23 years experi ence in the clothing business. Oppo. Postoflke T. J. LeOor. E wing's for Hammocks the 1' styles and bast makes. A. J. RISINOER Phone 88. Tulsa, Ind. Ter. JAMtS T CULLY, 2nd. Vice-Pres. C. W. ROBERTSON, Jr., Sec'y REALTY CO Tulsa, I. T. Liabilities Capital, fully paid $ 30,0000.00 15,000.00 5,450.02 30,000.00 212,108.00 ! Surplus I'ndivided protlls ! Circulation ! Deposits I Total $292,558.08 'ai,- Is. iVickizer T. C. Wickizor J. V. Smith First and Main. Phones 421-422 h Get man Drug Co Centrally Located Admirably Arrr Sustains an ' tion for ace tiona and r