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THE T I ' Ti R A DAILY WORLD, BUND AT, MAY 9, 1915 CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The Exchange National Bank Of Tulsa, Oklahoma As Rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency at the Close of Business May 1, 1915 RESOURCE S Loans and Discounts w cicn a ns U. S. Bonds Other Bonds, securing postal savings deposits Redemption Fund Furniture1 and Fixtures .... Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Bonds and Warrants . $ 483,407.24 CASH AND S1GHI CHANGE 1 ,622,738.36 $2,873,018.50 None 250,000.00 17,000.00 12,500.00 9,000.00 12,000.00 TOTAL 2,106,145.60 $5,279,664.10 LIABILITIES ( 'apital and Surplus .... Undivided Profits Circulation . . . Reserve for Taxes .... I) E POSITS $400,000.00 92,082.30 250,000.00 2,688.02 4,534,893.78 TOTAL . 5,279,664.10 We hereby certify that the above statement is correct. A. T. ALISON, Cashier P. J. WHITE, President ) R E C T () R S WW j. ii. kvaxs J. a, m i. i. R. l. McKAHLIN I), V. I ON NOLLY R. s. UK Ml' i n II. I'. SINCLAIR HOMER VI I'RKSTON THOMAS WHITE R. V. SIX( LAIR . . LEONARD .1. II. MARK 11 WI. Jr. J. A. I M A I'M A N OFFICERS P. J. WIIITE, President I). CONNOLLY, Vice-Presidect E. W. SINCLAIR, Vice-President II. P. SINCLAIR, Viae President 0. II. LEONARD, Vice-President L P. CROW, Vice-President A. T. ALISON, Cashier C V. REH), Assistant Cashier A. NEWLIN, Assistant Cashier 0. K. MACON; Assistant Cashier R. M. MOODY, Assistant Cashier mv " j i Mil M . matter ol partition, h was not j 1 1 1 1 we may ro live th.it uiini we " i j ...... i i i i are ncrsiciieu men u .ik u lit i i - i iriHIIE IIM1D)AY SCCIHWD ML 1LEN i After 1 Mi id H tuar) "f Samui l' Itated to aKiiln t protested that hi pa x-irii;' I n I . although .leii.llhati 1 more than hiotheth 1 1 i mlsh i. he ..."n l'.a a l' . I o 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 c a n avoid de the hin a.t'. alien;.- of CI downfall In ten brighter I nut at than this Wli 'I I to Ills r.l t he will ii ins ovk n poltioal 1 ted hill own father, I I la III ai li. .1 1 1 I I. termtned on his death As u precau tion against possible spies, b) a pre arranged plan of signals, the warning waa carried to David, What appeared to be merel) a little archerj practice port, and marked tlic ncoeaaary sepa- i .h mailiaii 'a I niitidal Ion admiration This w .is not an ordin in i iod - pr can nee ami t hat i lis owa latlonahlp t. each otjier except in the Which Would You Choose? It y,ou wvvc offered your choice of cither a Columbia Urafonola A Victor Victrola or an Edison Phonograph which one would ypu se lect i Wait! L)on'1 answer Lei us first hazard a Miles- as to what Vour reply will be. We think you will say "Well I would have to hear all three uf jthcni played before I could properly decide'1 ami that is jus! exactly what we wish in have you do. We have the three machines in all of the new model's from $35 to $200 and we would be glad ii play Borne of your favorite ail's ii each one' in turn, in order that yni inay, Compare their relative merits., by nut step in tomorrow ! Darrow Music Co. 1 99 111 E. Third St. Phone G16 lonathatt t. go down with ins ftfther David there is the appeal ot adven I ture, a romance spiced with danger, ami culminating' In triumph ami a crown; bui the picture of Jonathan, without th- Incentive of adventure or the hope of glorj t.i enme, turning back t" the father who waa alienated from into in the monotony of an I existence that was no longer pleuaant t.i dutiea daily becoming mute trie , Rome because of his enforced separ ation from the friend, who was dearer I to httii than happiness, is one that hp peals tn all that N sympathetic in the human soul. Great ami admir able as was the friendly companion 'ship of these two men. the moat ad i mlrahle of all wan tins voluntary self-renunciation oji the pan r Jon athan for the sake Of his friend's wel ! fare and his filial duty tn his father I and king it is a picture to move greatly any man who is capable of ! appreciating the m eat action of a great seal. I IMClfiah Friendship. in the friendship of David ami Jonathan we have a bright Illustra tion ! that cardinal principle which t'hrlal taught, In that there was no taint uf self seeking, and in this their example has la i n a great benefit to the world. Each one laved the other more than he loved himself, and it was a love that stood all. tests It was ma one nt tiui.se attachments that aie transitory ami circumstantial) de pending, for its life mi close residence or community of Interest, fait was im pervious tn all attacks and faithful even to the pont of risking life itself. Jonathan was willing that the crown Co Which he was heir should he put up.ai the brow of David. They were willing to sacrifice for each ..it her. tp Buffer for each Other, of to die for each other. We have too few such friendships In this world, Too many are practically business partnerships or the product of temporary associa tion, lasting only aa long as mutual profit or favorable circumstances con tinue. Hut this friendship of David ami Jonathan waa different. There was no taint of selfishness In It. Kach one thought more about loving than of being loved, more of giving than of receiving, more of serving than being served! And this, after all. Is tin keynoto of Christian brotherhood) in that a. man should he concerned about bia brother's good rather than his evlj hat h he done '."' for our misdeeds it when we suffer for glorification - we th. y Suffering for the Right. "Wherefore .should he he stain? What evil hath be done.'" This was the plea ,.f Jonathan 'a his father In defense of lanl. hut the plea of justice ever has been Ineffective in I cutest against linn aauiiiiiK selflsh- neas ami Jealousy. David was not the first nor the lad man to he con demned without Just cause only that be was in the way of an unholy am lat on and a reproach to thoae whoae 'hints are evil There never was a greater mistake than to expect public approval i ecauae you are doing right. ; Jesus Christ, Stephen, John the Bap tist Bunyan and a host of others! ' have hail to li'iv t Iwi n.niiltv f.-r l.rot.n ' Is reproach to evil-doers, Whan the I bad passions of men are at work against a man all his excellence of character count for nothing In hla favor hut rather aervea to Injure bis cause, for a man's enemies hate him the more if they can find no flaw In bis conduct Hut the thing we are to he COnoerned about ia not what the Immediate results of our right-d, -shall be, but rather that with Hod's Wfhi n we suffer ia humiliation. rlghl it is iMIIIlheleil among the heroes of tins world and at.- gloriously rewarded 111 the next. lighting Vgainal God. Th. anger of Saul was ma simply personal pique at the evident growing popularity of David Mid the inability to find any cause of offense In bia manner of life, tint was mainly a political grudge. Samuel had notified Saul that his dynasty should cease and that the sceptre of Israel should pass to worthier hands. He had never been told explicitly that David was the destined kin).-, hut his own Jealous heart hail convinced hull that the son of Jesse was the man. lie had settled it in bis mind that David Stood in the way of the perpetuity of hla house, and with the common natural instinct of self-preservation he fought to maintain his place. He calculated that by eliminating David in would pave the way for Jonathan to succeed to the throne, and his children after him, for this reason, loo. he could not understand why Jonathan should deliberately throw away his chances of royalty by aiding and abetting the escape of his only rival from the Vengeance of the jeal ous king, Sonic men can never ace why a matter of honor or principle should he permitted to stand In the WB3 uf acquiring a personal advan tage or profit. They have no patience with those who can sacrifice self-ln-t, pest for the sake of doing a right eous or an honorable act. It mattered not. to Saul that he was fighting against God's decne. lie ignored Samuels prophecy ami blindly cal culated that he could circumvent the purposes of Jehovah. How foolish waa his presumption jVS know ami understand, yet many people nowa days are found fighting against what they know Cod has decreed shall come to pass. Preferring One Inolher, While Jonathan's friendship, from the standpoint of those who are pleased to ,,,.11 themselves "practical" men. was a foolish and suicidal course, yet In God's sight, it was not only 1 the wise thing to do, but It was most nobly human. He , ! not allow per sonal Jealousy to enter Into his cal- I culatlons nor political considerations i to color or detract from the sincerity I of his friendship He looked upon the kingdom as a matter that had been settled by God's decree and which It would he both foolish and disobedient 1 for lum to strive to attain. He could ' Slllk W.I Ol I hn ... o, ti.l..e.i M ,.n nf ,K.. grelfare of th" nation and subordinate Ml. KmhllUo . . . i. . . ...Ill . f t .. . 010 iiiouiiioo u, uir win ui jeuovan. -In view of the fact that Ood bad j chosen David to rule Israel, he was well content that Qod's will should prevail and that the friend he loved belter than life should be given the i honor It would h wi ll if mm ...... i.i ' Imblbfl more of the spirit of Jonathan and. as l'aul says. In honor prefer one another. W e are too apt to think, like Saul, that we are unjustly used If Sotni one olae la advanced beyond u a. forgetting that aome men can gtVi both church and at.ite better ' Service than Ourselves, forgetting that Ood sees deep Into the heart of man and chooses those for posts of honor and I esponaiblllty w ho are best quali fied to carry out the dhlne plan Rather lei us accept the dlMne decree and bold up the hands of the Lords, iiosen iK.se is. laying as, He all nl k S lingl and strife and Working to gether for the advancement of the Kingdom, If our brother can take the leading part in the Lord's work bi ttl than we, we ,ue yet the gainers Statement ot the Condition ol The Liberty National Bank At the Close of Business May 1st, 1915. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $422,480.94 Overdrafts NONE stnrUs, Bonds and Warrants K.(M0.f United States Bonds 25,000.dQ Furniture and Fixtures. . 8,000.00 Due from U. s. Treasurer l,250.tX) Federal Reserve Hank Stock 2,033.34 ('ash and Sigh! Exchange 156,618.16 Total $628H3239 LIABILITIES ( apital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus 10,000,00 I ndivided Profits l;k:;.; Circulation 25!oOo!oO DEPOSITS 190748.78 ital . . .$628,432.39 "he above! statement is correct, V. L. L:' is, ( !ashier, OFFICERS A. K. LEWIS, Presidenl N. W. MAYGINNES, V-Pres. E. A. K'Oss. Y Pres. W. L. LEWIS, Cashier DIRECTORS A E LEWIS E. A. ROSS V W. MAYGINNES D. VENSEL C. A. SANDERSON ELN.GREIS W. L. LEWIS In more quickly realizing the answer io our prayer, t ny Kingdom come, thy will be done." Vn inspiration. TOM know a man who needs a friend like Jonathan. He will "make good'' In proportion as he Is made to feel thai someone else will stand by him. He will resist temptation to do mean things Insofar as he Is sure of Uie friendship of one who l.s mak ing a common fight with him against some besetting sin. A noble, unsel fish friend is a source of sttength in righteousness and an an Inspiration to nobler living. "A friend loveth at all limes." CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE Comhtion The American National Bank "' "I USA, OKLAHl 'MA, A. Ill,, rina . .,.. .! v v oi misincss Ma RESOURCES, Ix.ans and Discounts . Securities i Vt r.l rafts ' 1'nlted States llonds . .' ! furniture and Fixtures reiieral Reserve Hank 'ash ami Exchange . . iv Women's Colleges Good for t.irls." In the May Woman's Home Com panion Anno Hrvan MoCaJI, writing a "Tower Itoom Talk" on "The Inde denpent Woman," comments us fol lows on women's oolloues: "It is the one objection that I see to college, that It does often shut off a girl's life from the interests and the companionship of men's lives, nd this at a time, too, when each most needs the inspiration of the other, and that s, maUmel a girl's college life seems to leuu in iosier a Kinu or i nvert untuj Onlam to men, or, what Is pet haps worse, a sc-ret belief In the superior ity of women. "What are the mothers thinking of I wonder, to allow their daughters to grow up without any of this fine mcnasiup una companionship'.' 1395, fi!)S. 79 47.ao.r4s 1.95 100.000.00 1S1.33TSX 1,1915, I.IAMII.JTIKK. "apital Stock . surplua and Profits insulation Hands H,,ri-., -l' Total MOO.OOO.OO 15,285,43 07,(00.00 , 22, noii. no 495, 3(10. .17 $730,186.1 0 .30,ls6.1y Total The above statement ia correct. L W. BAXTER, Cashier. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. W Mc.Wal. President; (' I' Alavnn.i. ,, Prtsldenti W. H. Nicely M c. 2 ic nt' T a" p'" : R' T n,lni,1' Vice. Max Madansky, VI, e-rrcsnbn,;' J U . V 1 1 1 e i n U 1 e r , ' 'i e'e -' i I-','.!! J . uT Vop K HI Ms, ss, LARGE OR SMALL, INVITED. 1 1 what are girls thinking ,.t ...v. n,. . ' -, 11" I Mil 1 ."en companion snip with men as many of Lhom v., to Ufhl flirtations and banter, or to a kind of bridled Hntagolsm. or who remain shv self conscious, shut off from them alto Btber Such girls are Independent of nan lupon my word, -pttiruiiv so, It seems to me!" Give Him Time. Platform Man Yes. young man, If you want my private opinion, you'll never make a pood gunrd. oung I'rohatlonlst -Why. sir? I'latform Man Why, you' can't even P ?U 'he names of the stations un- InUlUgbljr.