The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 5, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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The Tulsa Chief.
Tl' I: SPA Y
Cco. W. I <»»
W E NorveU. W M.: Wm Lynch,
i. w : I'hillitt. J. W N. J. Uubscr.
r i clar j : 1) C. IWM* 1 1
,r.-r Meets Thursday night on or before tne
full moon in exoh month.
H. B. TALLEY,
SrtiM riplli n M. « 4
Entered ut IbeTulsu IVMnfficc ■.* Second
TUESDAY, NOV. 5, 1907.
We want every woman who has *u(fered for ye»«
from feminine complainU and disorders - who ha.
tried numbers of so-called cure, without obtaining
relief—to get a bottle of the new and wonderfully
M. W. OF A.
c. J Sawyer, V. C-:
ltarry Fair. \\ • A.. K K.
Haves. Hanker M M Hlv
K K (liliaon. sentry. Meet
Exclusively Land and Corpora-
tion Law. Rooms 5 and 6. Rosen-
TULSA, IND, TER.
FRATERNAL OB ER
;Tra\e^f“VHaiiht0,e‘‘eh week wtKo oiook Qffice Qver paiace Clothing Store
i m'eers T. I Wveoff. W. I * ., A .)■ —'
lies a elt W. l*.;Ueo. W. Venn. \\ . \ . I. • J • « •
Res. phone 106
The Indianapolis woman who accuses her mother of having
alienated her husband's affections, has placed the mother-in-law in
a new light.
With the second Thaw trial rapidly' approaching, one cannot
help wondering whether Evelyn has had any new pictures taken
for the occasion.
"Early rising is a mistake" declares a prominent physician.
That is one mistake the average boy is doing his best to avoid.
Uilnmre. W. Sec.
The next presidential campaign is coming nearer every day.
and still Democrats are scarce as—well, as scarse as bears in the
that has cured thousands of women who desired of
ever rega.nu.g their health. We know just what this
remedy contains, have absolute confidence in it. effect- (
jveness. and prove this by guaranteeing it. If you are
. sufferer from any form of ailment peculiar to women
and Rexall Lesperance does not bring J
you relief, come to u» with the empty ,
bottle and we will immediately refund
your money. We don't know of any
fairer oiler than this.
Km. B.„k Bid,
Pyeatt .See.: Mrs. Ida Melntosh. Treas.
MAGEE &l MAGEE
Tulsa, I. T.
OBDER EASTEBN STAR.
McHenry. W. M.; Cbas. L. Reeder. W •
Mabel Bynum. Sec.
One Dollar a Botll*.
Old Geronimo is now posing as an old man full of sorrows and
regrets. Had he obtained his deserts years ago he would be a
dead man full of Government lead.
Mr. Carnegie and Lord Rosebery are both men of suffi-
ciently limited experience with the American race problem to en-
able them to debate upon it with confident eloquence.
Shackle Drug Co.
COUBT OF HONOR.
New state No. SSI. court of Honor. P. L. B.
meet* Th—.J,of each week.^
IMPROVED ORDER OF_REDMEN. ,g
The Norwegian explorer who proposes to reach the north
pole with a team of polar bears would draw a bigger crowd if he
drove up Broadway.
THE REXALL STORE
No 113 SOUTH MAIN ST.
TULSA, - T-
1 w Dickover, Q.; C. E. Osborne. sec. Lodge
*»• vv 1Jlc.ruUWE*,.. niirht of each
meees In .Redmen hall Friday night of each
N. J. GUBSER.
Will go where business calls
Over City National Bank, Tulsa,
|jr. F. W. O’Banion
Eyes tested. Glasses properly fit-
ted. Room 3. Bynum Building
Out of town Monday and Tuesday
of each week.
Mrs U W Henry .Oracle; Mrs Wm Rupp.
PC) Dr N WMayginnea. sec. Meet every
Thursday night in Dr. Mayginnes' office rooms
in old opera house build ink.___
Mr. Gaz. Light is a candidate for office in Idaho, and it
be a pity to turn him down.
M. w. WARING 2
W. L. WARING
Mr. Roosevelt could find a good many more bears in Wall st
It may be safelv assumed that if Mr. Bryan announces his in-
tention of running.bgain. he will do so without expecting Colonel
Henry Watterson to exhibit any enthusiasm over it.
When "Uncle Joe" Cannon kicked that football seventy-five
feet recently, he was probably thinking of what he would like to do
to the man who suggested that he is too old to be president.
It Pays to Get the Best.
So long as seismic disturbance cannot be located by the sci-
entists. the beef trust at least should refrain from using it as
another excuse for raising the price of meat.
A foreigner visiting this country says he does not admire
American women because they hurry too much. He may change
his mind after he has waited for one to dress for the theartre.
of anyting. much more to get the best trees, roses,
shrubbery, evergreens, etc. See our stock and get our
prices before placing your order.
We Have the Best.
i Catalogue Free
} Tulsa Nursery Co. Tulsa,Ind. Ter
* 0. P. Marshall H- Hartman §
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Meet Monday night of each week in Era
ternal Hall. Dr. C'C_’
Jas. Bowen. V.C.; W. E. Austin. K. of K. S
Visiting brothers welcome.
J E. WALLACE, M. D.
Surgical, rectal and female dis-
eases. Look for lnfermary Sign,,
opposite postoffice, or call Dr.
Wallace, Phone 745, Tulsa, Okla.
I. O. O. F.
R. E. Austin N. G.: R. N-
_ _Jl. Ward. V. G.: F. M. Himes
Cline. Secretary. Meets Monday night Ma-
TULSA CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Office in Shackle Building, room 6
TULSA, I. T,
Physician and Surgeon.
roman catholic church.
Over Wrights Clothing Store
Phones—office. 125: res. 225
TULSA. - • I 'D. TER.
Eider Youngblood, pastor.
Ghas T. Reuter
105 S. Main street. Phone 828.
Legal papers carerully and accu-
rately drawn. Practice in all
courts and go when business calls.
K? SttS&lfSSKT »■ “
The union printers of the new state are demanding, and will
obtain, that all printing matter of a public nature, in both counties
and state organization, be placed with "fair shop." or the printing
plants that employ only union workmen. In the organization of
Oklahoma Territory the local tipographical unions were to a great
extent ignored in their demands for the union labels on public
printing. In the coming organization of the new state the union
label is a factor that is by no means insignificant to the people at
large. It means the keeping out of that class of labor which is so
dark a stain upon American manhood, the sneeking, incompetent,
malcontents, who have recently received a thorough chastisement
at the nands of the International Typographical Union in the
struggle for the eight-hour day. The union label means, compe-
tency. equity and honor. Although typified by a small part of the
populace of this great commonwealth, the new state cannot afford
to turn away from this just proposition, in the beginning of its
making. The union label is an emblem of justice and liberty. Its
precepts are found in that grand old document, theDeclartion of In-
dependence. for which our dead and gone ancestors fought so val-
iently. and these same precepts we hope to see sustained in the
new state by every man who feels the spatk of patriotism in his
Marshall & Hartman
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
tnnduv secoo' ut H> a. m.; preaching. II a- me
•uSKe n m.'- senior league, 7:00 i-. m
ureacWnggfoop.n. uruper meeting Wednes-
Sayeveoimt. Rev.F.S. Hurt, pastor..
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Hatcher Building. Main street
Prompt delivery to all parts of the city.
| North Main Street. Tulsa, I. T. |
Sunday school. 9:45; a. m. preaching, 11 a. m.r
Christian Kndever. 6:45 p. i^V%reachng I
every Wednesday evenlnk at Preuenmi. |
every Sunday evening at ...10 Rev. s.
When You Need Paint
East 5th.. Street and Cincinnati Ave. Rev. I
! J. E. McGarvey, Rector. Sunday School9:30 j
n’m. Morning Pray er and Sermon 11 a
Evening Prayer 8:30 p. m.
L. G Niblack. the well known
Democratic leader and newspaper-
man. will administer the oath of
office to C. N. Haskell, as Oklaho-
ma's new governor, on Nov 16th
If all the electric railway is built
that has been planned for Tulsa,
this section of the territory and
the new state, in the coming year.
When you need paint materials for any work, paint-
ing, staining, varnishing—of kitchen floor, furniture,
* the whole house, or anything in it,
keep in mind that this store, knowing
what paint quality really means, advise*
the use of the
.,.. Copyrights Ac.
Anrono sending jifketch and description may
oulckly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. < oinuiuniea-
tlonsstrictly contldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent®
sent free, oldest auoncy for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, iu the
. . . _«_ •••__1 aennaf pll
ma s new governor, on inov ioin,
* , . , i it would be enough to put a belt
immediately after the wora has ^ ^ lf ong_
been receive of the proclamation. | tfinth of the propQsed electric rail.
Other inaugura pans are pu i wayS are finished in the coming
fished for the 16th inst.. ,n Guth- flv he new state wj]1 be
rie. A feature of the occason will
kind of paints, enamels, stains, varnishes,
sold under the “Acme Quality ” mark,
now famous wherever paint is used. With
every purchase goes, me of the remarkable
new books, “ The Selection and Use ol
Paints and Finishes ”—helps everyone.
Express, Si Louis
Meteor, Si Louis
Meteor, K C
St Louis Express
Express west, south
A. V. & W.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Earnest clr-
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We obtain PATENT*
I all cuuntnvH, or no l'ut*.
iniicN ui n« iu. rRitniB
I THAT PAY. advertiae them thoroughly, at our I
le, and help you to success. I
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>03-606 Seventh Street,
1 WASH IWOTOW, D. C. 1
be a huge parade, in which the
milfitary bodies and civic organi-
zations of the state will be promi-
nent. The fine will form at ten
o'clock and march, under the com
in advance of any other state ex-
cept, perhaps, New York, in this
method of transit.
That the demand for electric
railways in Oklahoma at the pres-
E. L. MARTINIS
Druggist, 206 E 3rd st
and baggage checked to destination.
For detailed information in regard tQ
train service, rates, etc., apply to
W. E. WELSH, Local Agent.
Or C. W. STRAIN, D. P. A.. Wichi-
,, ,, , .. , , sy. but the ways and means of
John Abernathy, to the library. ' ......
,, . „ ... , their construction, is the point at
Governor Haskell will deliver an . . ,
, , , , . . . which most of the schemes for
inaugural address and at night, in
, . . ,, building them fail to materialize,
the city hall, the inaugara' ball 8 _ . . , . .
„ No less than five or six interstate
takes place. The reception will
The new Fair
scheme for electric roads have
Association will,been Plated in as man>
, „ . . months, none of them have yr
shortly promulgate their plans for , . ..
, shown up. The electric rau
the races this fall. _ , ...
i at Tulsa is growing as rapidly ua
Deputy Sam Cone says he is the demand for its services in-
still camping on the "booze" trail,
and will “star^ the hunt shortly.on
a long trot."
crease, and this we believe is
fact in other cities of the
are strong shooters, strongly made and
so inexpensive that you won’t be afraid
to use one in any kind of weather.
iey are made io, 12 and 16 gauge.
A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN SPORTSMEN
I • West
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:od p m Accommodation ------
I No 92 makes connection with Kan-
1 sas City train, reaching that city at
11:55 p m.
For information as to rates, routes,
I etc., call on or address
YOU LOOK FOR TROUBLE
If you obtala 1 Firearm of doubt-
ful quality ,
Tht expertinced Huntor'i and
" Mirkiman'i Ideal
la a reliable, unerring STEVEN8
FIND OUT WHY
by ehootlng our popular
Aak your local Hardware
or Sporting Goodti Mer-
chant for the STEVENS.
If you canuot obtain, we
■hip direct, eiprewi pre-
paid. upon receipt of Cata-
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A. T. & S. F.
209 12 .30 p m 210 1:40 p m |
221 8:25 p m 2-- 7.30 a m
264 5:20 p m freight 264 7.35 a m
Close connection and through ser-
vice for all points east and north.
Also for all Colorado and California i
o/nts. J. D. CAMPBELL, Agent.
Send 4 cent. In .tamp, for 140 Page
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Contain, point, oil .hooting, ammu-
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etc., etc. Our attractive Ten Color
Lithographed Hanger mailed any-
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Henry, George. W. The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 5, 1907, newspaper, November 5, 1907; Tulsa, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1173325/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.