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   Muskogee Daily Phoenix (Newspaper) - November 4, 1902, Muskogee, Oklahoma                                Hffli JAY- ff^EMW^VSMBM-^ � -.1 M. SUM; OFFICIAL STATEMENTrOF THE CONDITION        �HB COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK MUSKOGEE, INUi TEB. AT CtOSE OF BUSINESS, MONDAY, SEPTElMlER 15, 1�08. Booorco.. I" ltabni�l�k. --' %ns and Discounts.. (pptton). r.3330.877.10 Bonds and Premiums Beat Estate,' Fur. and Fix. Five Per Cent Exemption . Cash and Exc,b�   e........ -14752t.2fr ^nrpln^nd tJndivided-Proats-28,1i97^r 22,666.05 6,399.47 1,075.00 !.99 $318,271.85 Capital. ..e 50,000.00 Circulation Deposits 00 220,474.18 Thie above statement is.eorrect. b. n. 9318,271.86 '''�i&iwirierV: ~ OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION _'______----- *     OP Ttfd FIRST NATIONAL BANK, MUSKOGEE, �SD. TER. ^ At Close of Business, September 15,190a RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts..... .8494,559 05 Overdrafts (cotton)"':......   20,338 00 U.S. Bonds,..:............ 100,000 00 -^m^aimrrrr:^. ...... vr/tr.--000~t)0 "Cash and Sight Exchange...  87,010 12 1701,937 17 The above statement Is correct. LIABILITIES. : Capital........,............ .$100,000 00 Surplus and Profits (net).... 112,086 77i Reserve for Taxes____......    1,000. 00 ] Circulation.............;.. 100,000 00 Deposits................388,850 4.0 8701,937 17 B. A. RANDLE, Cashier. Chocolate Bdti-Bohs GUMBERLEDGE & = ENGLISH - The \ BANK OF MUSKOGEE Solicits Yotir Banking Business. PRESCRIPTION DrftttGIStS Phone 101  ...  Masonic Block MUSKOGEE, I. T. SIDEWALKS AND COUNCIL IS FOUR MORE ABC LIOHXS ; Fph OKMULGEE AVEH1TE EAST AND WEST SIDE. 911,000; the school board wants a 4-mill levy, that means $11,0005 the: jail site top a corrugjajed;JlrMJauilding^oJi^hc. will TO8tl!3,000;; tBerela aB^motJ&jOOO due on the city lot on Second street; a sum of 81,500 must be paid on the cemetery and the expense of the city will be(W,000, a total of 34,500. . The^ taxable property of the city is valued at $2,900,000.    To come any ways   near pense list of 96,000 a 12 mill tax had to levied. The 12 mill tax will raise. $34,-, 800. This-is just 9300 more than the expenditures x>f the cityTviii Ireraner 1 be Sidewalk money will. then have, to be Shunkey was given permission to put carried into the red, unless indeed, J. C. McKinney. jmd-this-is-no^an-unlikely-proposition!;: Bnb-%aytoir. for there will be July, August arid Sep- E. L.McCop. tember of next year, and the receipts Sidewalks. to be Built to Kendall College. Spuulding Institute School Bonn! Asks .......i�For $11,000.     ''"' ~' *"'"'"* STATEMENT.OF CONDITION OF TheTerritorial Trust and Surety Company MUSKOQEE, IND. TER., ? r  rz_^_   2    At theClose of Business, October 31, 190a: 1 Building Stone. *       Muskogee Quarries. $ T^HE best sandstone in the %   i Territory for all con- 2 struction purposes. Sotne c of- tho most costly buildings *[ in the city have used this stone.   Sold in all quanti-^ ties.' Shipped in car load lots.      RECOMMENDED BY ARCHITECTS. BRINKS, DAJEJBS, DUNCAN, GIBSON, HANCOCK. JACKSON, MIDDLETON, And they all voted YES last night at council meeting. It was a sidewalk night, a tax levy night, a street and alley opening night *�od'a street light night. �It was a eight to warm the cockles o' the heart of men who want to see Muscogee a good town to live in, a town of sidewalks, a town of schools, a town of electric lights.     ~~"    ---^ Brer Hancock- opened the sidewalk ball.  He has just returned from .the RESOURCES. I&af-Knd Discounts.........172,459.10 -LtJay-^nd Overdrafts (cotton) ..j.* .... "Keal Batattf and f umltbre and fixtures ...... ,., .j....... Warraots-f;.., .7........ Abstract Plant........ -:.. Cash and sight exchange-. "J" 248,298.711 I certify the above statement is correct. Attest: A. W. ROBB, President, ~* ~        '30fiN"AcAMS,   -"-C. W. TURNER, Directors. 6,217.48 5,238.81 4,229.98 782.35 59,370.99 LIABILITIES. CapitalatoilfUfl IIJI Z&'mfWWmB' .........   9,179.32 _____....173,719.39 .........   6,000.00 Und. Profits,' net. Deposits......____ Bills Payable.... 248,298.71 W. E. ROWSEY, Treasurer. will out down the amount and allow the $6,000 to come over to help out the sidewalk money. Accordingly to meet this big outlay Turner lot Second and Okmulgee. H. B. Bpaulding was given permis* sion to build a mnle shed on north Second street. A~ position was. presented by W. A,......; Twine asking that the citypay the fare of some cplored^ Iowa."""";""'....................'-.....�^-�^-�w^r- The following bills were allowed and    - warrants ordered drawn. J. G.Smith............. OjB. Dfier;7.v.T~7:;~, p. C. Underwood....... W. C. GILBERT, _ THE - LEADING - TAILOR. "Suits, overcoats and pantB by union labor, and with union label if desired. Steam cleaning and dying,' French dry cleaning and repairing neatly  done. j^ies.tailoiinx_i|LJ?.P-n_nejcti^____Work. guaranteed.   Main St over Oxford Cafe : MILLER & KIRKLAND. FIRE, CYCLONE, PLATE CLASS, BOILER, RENT, LIFE,   ACCIDENT.   AND   HEALTH  INSURANCE. Bonds Madfe, Rents Collected, Real Estate. Office Over First National Bank. FRANK MASEK, east, and he saw sidewalk, and he wants Muskogee to hatve them. He spoke his sentiments and they'were for sidewalks. Brer Gibson, he spoke, and he not only seconded Hancock's motion, but he went further. "I want to see aeide-walk to Kendall college; I want to see see one to Nazareth Institute." And the result was that the- council weut to; work ahd figured. It will cost about 96,000 to put in the crossings and sidewalks inside the free delivery district, including the side-walks and crossings to the different schools, These:sidewalks will be built, and4bcrmoB&y-w41Ibe--^aid^ut-cf-the taxation. �   1 Mayor Spaaldh^rwasvby resolution T>f council requested to appoint; a commit an ordinance, No. 71 was introduced, put unon its third reading and gassed providing: loir a ievy of J2 mills. The council authorized the erection of four more arc lights. All to go on Okmulgee avenue. One is to be placed in front of Spaulding Institute, one at the intersection of the street, that rtfbs in front of the W. CJT. U. ball, one at the crossing of Sixth and Okmulpee avenue and one at Ninth and Okmul-j gee.. i The report of the cemetery committee wa? received and adopted^The lot schedule is fixed as follows: Corner lots, 925.00 each; lots on driveway between corner lots, 820.00 each; next tier of lots, 815.00  each;  the remainder at $10.00 each. _________........,    . The Tight and water committee reported the appointment of Col, Bob. Watson as inspector of pipe laying. This appointment waB confirmed by ac-rFrank Swift tibia^cbu^ciir ^    ^     - | J. C. Tulb The finance committee reported fav-orably on rebating the license paid to Eugene Larki ns, Ward& Co..... Joe Iiightle.;;�, Evails Jobes..,. J, 8. White Jr. ..$30.45 ...31.00 .. 1.95 .. 45.00 ie.iso-- .... 7.75 .. 150 68.00 ..143.00 A .143.00 .,J43 Q0 ..143 00 ..143.00 Drummond & Co. F. W...Faster.,..,. J. F. Rickerson.................. 10.00 W. M.Foster....................   5.00 Joseph Martin.;................. 29.92 Frank Bean...'. (.........^.^^ 11.25__ H. B. Spaulding^...'.......... . 11 25 U. S, Cast Iron Works.,..-r....23,655,35 Rennsalear Valve Co........ . .1,869 90.. The Oldest Tailoring Establishment in Muskogee.. The. finest and largest stock of wool ens arrived containing all the novelties of the fall and winter season. AH goods guarantee and fit perfect, also prices to suit the times. the city by simcoe mead venders. Counted voted to rebate. The streets and alleys committee reported that they had three bids on stone crossing at 65 cents, 55 cents and 50 cents running foot. Committee em-:.p&wered to te>X cftfttract fpr/cmsaings at 50 cents to^forthcutt. ThejQnance committee was authorized and empowered .to employ  an assistant to check the tax lists-Alderman Brinks of the streets and alleys committee made a statement. There was continual complaints relative to the opening up of streets and alleys. He wanted to know if the council would Allen Black Co...................895.97 A. B.Bellie...,................... 94.50 Geo. Merriam,. v.....^-........  5.25 G. W. Dunean,...,.......... I.     20;40U T. L. Gibson.................... 2.25 Telephone Co.............. ~2XX) Patterson Mer. Co.....^......,..  6.75 W. C. Trent...:.......... ,...., 36^00 J. O. Cobb....................... 36.00 U.L. Jackson....;................ 38.00 Muskogee Machine Shop. - .... 20.00 Burns & McDonald............... 95,00 Warner Webb............---------.  5.75 1.7S ........  3.99 J.C. New & Co.. C. B. Davis. ........  250 ,....,_197.00 Total.. ...928,002.44 those who do not comply with the ^aw, -Ail ordinance was introduced which provided for a tax on all automobiles of 825.00 a quarter, and compelling tbem } to run in the city at not more than a five-mile an hour gait.  This ordinance The Kendall foot ball team won the game yesterday afternoon at the Kendall Atheletic park, the score standing SSvto^against -Baeone;^ .�-.�;;�!���>--. .Jr~t^^ The attendance was pretty fair considering the lowering weather and the usual, causualties were reported. back him up in his efforts to open them ..un.._The.councui said it would,and..he will tomorrow begin his crusade, sup- pointed Middteton, Dabbs and^ Han-cock, and Middleton, Dabbs and Han^ cock will see that the sidewalks are built, because tbey ore men who do things. Now to meet the sidewalk situ tion. * The interest on water works will be I got loBt in the shuffle for adjournment � Another one at Braggs. ~ Mr. J. C. Hazlett, of Webbers Falls, a prominent nursery man associated with ' Captain Knisley; was in the city last wig^".' �*; :v;-;V;:~- Mr. Hazlett informed the Pheonix man that a serious shooting scrape oc< cured two miles east of Braggs Sunday night resulting in the death of a negro and the probably fatal wounding of ao. Indian. The affair seems to have been a drunken row on the west bound ^ pas< senger train. The bell cord was pulled immediately after the shooting which occurred in a crowded car and as the 4�aweama.toa.stQP the.msnwha,.fired, both shots made his escape. h t ^^E are showing this week ah elegant line of Wash Waists in white for winter wear. Something nobby, serviceable and new. The Dry Goods Department generally has been greatly added to by shipments of winter goods.  Patterns entirely new to this mar-ketin variety to suit the most fastidious.  In Woolen Blankets and Qui Its" we have the largest and mpst select stock in the city. v. A large shipment of Wolf, Bros guaranteed gchoql Shoes has just'been received and we invite the most critical inspeo?. tion by parents who tlesire shoes that wear, We"d'esjre to e�pecially call attention to our large line .0�4^y*-iMjmdy-ffl^ in this line and will make prices that will astonish you. Everything new in Cloaks, Skirts, and ladies' tailor-made Suits, Our line of Mffli^ery^ocis is the most, complete ever I �aw^M.1Ay.' "TtfJlHnftrv findings and .sunpjies*,in.-,, eluding shapes"; ribbons,'hattwmmings and novelties in great variety.* All street and ready to"wear hats. w,ill be sold at a discount of 25 per cent. NG -MERCANTILE as** t   

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