The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 6, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 23, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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TUESDAY. APRIL 23. 1907.
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to announce In it* columiu, ,t„- n.u.c of Lmuo M I^-«,»
Thr <,'hief ,
Strirkiui.d for S
Wr »re authorized to urine
officer of County (,'oiniii,•> -Jonei
W<* are authorized to uripounce the nAn*e of W \V sti.
as oamlulutr for the ofllei* of C .«•>. of th« 1». -s t r ;«•' < .. , r! 1
nr Non of thr 1 Janjocratic iminurics.
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The (Ihief is author)/,-rt in unnouoo* IhrouKh its ,-oluuin*. the nan.e of M Kcbutller
"* I'llfiilulHti' r.,t ( nutil) (nil, i,, ssinr.ef u t -r ,-i-t t„ the act ,,f lien.,
Here is three days without a single conspiracy.
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The lap of spring seems to suit winter all right.
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Cubans call Taft the jolly man. What the Foraker republi-
cans call him can not be printed in a family paper.
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An Ohio woman is threatened with lockjaw as the result of step-
ping on a tack while searching her husband's pockets. Be sure to
read this paragraph to your wife.
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Chicago is now able to crow even louder than ever over*St.Louis
The windy city has three mayors, while Missouri's pride has only
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From Mr. Bryan's recent utterances, it appears that he would
not [object to having Mr. Roosevelt honored with a place on the
tail of the Democratic ticket.
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Senator Foraker says he believes Roosevelt is playing a game
and it is not lawn tennis, either.
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They are still using the most model double-drum hoisting en-
gines on the canal. Taft went over the works and was lowered to
or.e of the locks in a bucket. That was trying the machinery on
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Wives of business men may understand why their husbands show
partia. ty for lady stenographers- Look at Harriman! He em-
ployed a man. p.aced faith in a man and was betrayed, sold. When
has a woman stenographer so failed of her trust? The moral is
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A Kansas congressman says "political psychokinesia of an ag-
gravated type and epidemic in character" is what is the matter
with Kansas. We never thought it was so serious as that.
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A Burmingham judge charged the grand jury that it is as much
a violation of Alabama law to play golf on Sunday as it is to sell
wh.sky. That looks like putting golf balls and high balls in the
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That congressman who discovered that the meals on the Istmus
of Panama could be better, ought to have a fellow feeling for the
men who discover the same thing at their boarding house every
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The Rochester Herald says it would like to see a picture of a
man Mr. Roosevelt considers perfectly truthful. Some one ought
to send on a picture of Mr. Jacob Riis.
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This country with its institutions belongs to the people, and God
must like common people or he would not have made so many of
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Stand with anybody that stands right, and part with him when
he goes wrong.
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The way for a young man to rise is to improve himself every
way he can. never suspecting that anybody wishes to hinder him.
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Many have agreed that intemperance is one of the greatest.if not
the greatest of all evils our young men have to contend with. Their
success in life depends upon their being able to say No; to the
evils that confront them.
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Missouri towns and towns in Kansas are cleaning up and getting
ria of the gambling element. Some towns in the new state are
awake to these evils and are cleaning up. We wonder if there are
not places at our own doors. Yes. many "Hell's-holes,” not fit
places for our boys to enter.
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All that I am, all that I hope to be, 1 owe to my angei mother
Lincoln. What manner of man is there among us that does not
owe his life and all he is to his mother.
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The Oklahoman says Haskell is not a fit man for governor and
Haskell says Cruce is a corporation tool and would be a disgrace as
chief executive of the state. This leaves the field open for some
good republican, and accepting the democratic estimate of the can-
didates of that party the people of Greater Oklahoma will see to it
that they are defeated in the August election.—Ex.
YV M Wm Lynch
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FRATERNAL OR € R OF EAGLES.
REBECCA L O 3 -
ORDER EASTERN STAR.
COURT OF HONOR.
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Mr*. Lulu Johnson H
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMENit
.«•" I»«- » > an. 'I F YY ‘ '•♦*0. Meet'
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TALLEY & HARNAGE
Exclusively Land and Corpora-
ion’Law. 5. 6 Rosenfeld Bldg.
TULSA. IND. TfcR.
SHEPARD & McCARTY
v. VS C AN AND SURGEON
3har.e 71 over Briggs Drug Store
MAGEE & MAC
‘irat Nat. Bank Bldg
N. J. GUBSER.
Will go where bus
iver City National Bank.
OR. C. ZENAS WIIEY,
PHYSICIAN AM) SUKUKON,'
Office ’Phone... 202
Cm e ltooms 7, 9. 11, Malcolm Bld’g
Kedmec Residence, cor. 2d st. and Boston av. '
Tulsa. 1. T.
day or nitfbt
.1 YV. Dickover. <■ K O^horoe. sec. Lodge
meee* in.Kerin.eL hall Friday night of each
Mrs <; YV Henry.Oracle Mrs Win Kupp.
IV u Or N YV May*r.nnes see. Meet every
Thursday night in Or Majv.nne* office rooms
n oid opera house building
Office in Shackle Building, room 6
TULSA. I. T,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Meet Monday night of each week in Fra
ternal Hal! Dr. C. C.;
Jas Bowen. V, IV: W F. Austin. K. of K. S
Visiting brothers welcome.
I. O. O. F.
R K Aust.n N . It. N
_Pi. Ward \ •, 1 M Himes
• Tine, secretary Meets Monday night .Via-
! sonic hall
N. W. MAVGINNES,
Physician and Surgeon.
Over Wrights Clothing Store
Phones—office. 125; res. 225
TULSA. • - I CD. TER.
/vhen brooks break loose wftfibabbiingvry - ^
.And gurgle love oongs to the sky, " y
When maples bud and fragrant breeze
Comes creeping softly through the trees
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TllSA CHLRCI1 ANNOLNCfMfNTS.
Dr. C. O. HOOD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON.
25 years exi»erience. Surgery and diseases
of Women and Children a specialty. Office
116 Main Street over Pittman's Jewelry store.
| Rooms 8 and 9, Office phone 421. Res. phone
474. TULSA. OKLA.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Services at 10 a. m: preaching. 10:30 a m ;
vespers. 4 p m Rev. Father VonHulse. pastor j
Sunday school. io a m.: preaching. 11 a m. j
and 7.30 pm; B Y IV U Sunday evening.'
Klder Youngblood, pastor.
METHODIST KPISCOPALCHURCH SOUTH. :
Sunday school .* ».*• a. rii.; preaching. 11 a. m j
an<l 7;.'i0p. m : League. 6::io p m.; prayer meet- j
ing YVednesday evening Rev. J H. Ball ;
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday sccoo1 at 10 a. m ; preaching. 11 a. ni.;
juniorleague. u p m ' senior league. 7:»“> p ru
preaching. H:0(i p.u. oraper meeting YVednes-
day evening. Rev. l F. Lucas, pastor
Sunday school. 9 4r»; a. m. preaching. 11 a. m.r
Christian Kndever, 6:45 p m. prayer meeting
every YVednesday evening at 7.:<< Preaching
every Sundav evening at 7:30 Rev. C. W
F. O. CAVITT
Itoom 9 over Williamson
TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY
O. P. JONES
Rooms 1,2 and 3, Eriend & Jones
East 2nd St. Tulsa, I. T.
Dr. W. E. Wright
Genito-Urinary and VenerealDiseases
Office: Rooms 205-2C6 Hours; 10-12
First Nat’l Rank Bldtf a m: 7-9 p.m.
Fast 5th.. Street and Cincinnati Ave. Rev.
J. F. McOarvev. Rector. Sunday School 9:30
a. rn. Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 a rn.
Evening Prayer s 30 p m
Qr. F. W. O’Banion
Eyes tested. Glasses properly fit-
ted. Room 3, Bynum Building
Express, St Louis
Meteor, St Louis
Meteor. K C
St Louis Express
Express west, south
A. V. & VV.
Enid Ex pres?
Tickets to all parts of the world
and baggage checked to destination. |
For detailed information in regard to |
train service, rates, etc., apply to
W, E. WELSH. Local Agent,
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E. WALLACE, M. D.
Special attention given to surgery
2:55 p m. Phone 334. Calls answered at
ire if’ P 111 all hours from office, dorner Sec-
r'.ir !' !!'; ond and Main, over V/illiamson
2:30 p m Bros.. Tulsa. I. T
3:55 a m
4:10 a tn
11:2.7 a in
TKe Sanitary I
Next Time You Decorate
the cost will depend a good deal upon the way you
decorate this time. If the question of cost interests
you at all, therefore, you will find it interesting
to call at our store and learn about the advan-
tages of decorating your rooms with
The Sanitary Wall Coating
Alabastine is easy and economical to put on the
first time, and it is still more easy and economical the
*•**• time, because no scraping or washing or rubbing
of the walls is necessary—there is nothing to do any
time with Alabastine, but to mix the powder with cold
water and apply with a brush.
A simple process, but the results obtained
are most extraordinary, and you should at
least know about Alabastine before deciding
on any other sort of decoration—you should
know how sanitary it is, how durable, and how
beautiful it will
make your walls.
Call at our store
and let us show you
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For information ns to rates, routes,
etc.. call on or address
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year: four months, fl Sold by all newsdealers.
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Branch Office. b*25 K Washington. D. C.
East side Main Street
M. L. WARING M. W. WARING
Our Guoratee “Best trees true to name.”
Trees for Spring Planting
HOT BED PLANTS
A. T. & '
20!) 12:30 p ill
221 8:25 p in
264 5:20 pm freight
Close connection n> d
vice for all point!
Also for all Colorin .uni California
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st and north
British Troops in Africa.
The British government has ordered
another brigade of field artillery to
South Africa. It has already five bri-
gades there. A brigade consists of
three batteries—18 guns The total
number of British troops in South
Africa now is about 20.000.
A Reliable Substitute.
"I'm afraid I haven't many good ar-
guments for our side of the question,”
said the orator.
"No arguments?" responded the cam-
paign manager. “Then quote statis-
tics. They sound wise and everybody
would rather take them for granted
than tn' to understand them."—Wash-
Fruit Trees. Shade Trees. Ornamental Shrubery, Ever-
greens. Roses and Pot Plants.
Egg Plant. Pepper. To- 6
mato. Cabbage and Sweet a
Potatoes in season, +
THE TULSA NURSERY CO-
Phone 3 on Line I. TULSA. I. T. P. O. Box 675
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' Gun and Locksmith Key Fitting a Specialty
G. R. REYNDERS
New and Second-hand Furniture Bought Sold and
Exchanged. Highest Price Paid for Second-
hand Household Goods.
304 EAST FIRST STREET
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Henry, George. W. The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 6, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 23, 1907, newspaper, April 23, 1907; Tulsa, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172359/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.