The Tulsa Chief. (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 25, 1908 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TULSA CHIEF
ESTABLISHED MARCH. 1904
THE INDIAN REPUBLICAN
UHOKGK W. IIKNKY Owner uml Publisher
4IX Kust Second Stiect 1'llONI "O'
Entered nl tin' |iohtoffiec at Tulsa Oklahoma
lortransn salon tbi »
PlBlIShll) IVIHV I III SHAY
Subscription - - - $1 per year
Six Months • - - 50 cents
Three Months - - - 25 cents
Advert! ring rated iiimle on application.
Job, book mill Irifll work. promptly and neatly
Everybody is holding tli«< door with-
open for returning prosperity.
The standpatters favor tariff revis-
ion with a wink.
As proof that the panic is not only
over, but forgotten, attention Is called
to an editorial In tlio Macon Telegraph
warning people against “bacteria in
old and worn currency.”
Mr. Harrlman simply lent u hand
when ho saw a crisis coming in the
affairs of Mr. Gould. Mr. Harrlman is
a clever fellow. Ho once helped Mi’.
Itoosi vi lt out of a scrape in New York.
Mr. Hitchcock has made extensive
plans for "saving Maine” to his party
next month. Maine is a pretty reliable
Republican state, but the g. o. p. Is
uablo to forget that it once slipped a
cog In September.
Chicago claims a popnulation of
nearl yn million and a half, but they
wouldn't stay tliero If they could help
A Pittsburg damsel advertises that
she has $450 In bank and wants to get
married and lelave the pickle factory.
Who can blame her?
"Let us forget all about the upHt,"
says Tom Watson. TImt's what Bryan
would like to do if Tom Watson would
only let him
ployer is interested in him. and is
willing to give him a plane above
the mere automaton. There is in
the sub-sonscious mind of every
one no matter what his work
may be an ideal as to how such
work should be done. Destroy
those ideals and the interest in
such work is gone, and the work-
man performs it in a perfunctory
manner. Nothing so much heart-
ens and makes life interesting to
the young as recreation. They
demand it as a part of their well
being, and will secure it often at
the expense of the business at
which they are engaged, by keep-
ing too late hours at night.
There is, of course, a difficulty
to be met in putting the half-holi-
day into operation. Some will re-
fuse to close doors unless their
competitors do. Without some
concerted movement nothing on a
a very extensive scale can be ac-
complished. As has been intimat-
ed, however, it is believed that no
one who leads the way even
though others do not follow, is
going to lose anything as a result.
It is well worth while to see if a
concerted action for half-holiday
cannot be secured at least during
the months of August and Sep-
tember. This matter should be
given consideration in Oklahoma.
It is well worth the study, and as
our state is leading, to some ex-
tent, in affairs which interest the
laboring classes, the half-holiday
should find its standing amongst
the other matters of importance
J L- Harnuge
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Houma 211-212 Central National Hank llldg.
MAGEE 6 MAGEE
First National Hank Bldg.
Out of the
As Refreshing as a
Breath of Mountain Air
Tho young Turks have ordered tin
Sultan to dismiss his harem Isn't that
loo much like getting rid nr a dimes-
tla parliament anil overthrowing "gov-
ernment by discussion?"
A Boston man died from eating |
baked beans rectnly. Next thing in I
order is tor a Milwaukee man to drown
himself in heel’.
A statistician has llgured it Unit peo-
ple are healthier during hard times
than they are during prosperous times.
This would seem to vindicate the light
A candidate for otlico in California
says lie is running on his “strong
record." No doubt it needs fumigat-
ing: tlie average politician's record
"Mr. Brayn eoul stand on the Inde-
pendence platform with both feet,”
says candidate Hisgen, and Mr. Bryan
promptly jumped on the Independence
platform with both l'eet.
The State Democratic conven-1
tion meets in Tulsa on September ;
1st. The purpose of the conven-
tion is to open the campaign and
ratify the national, state and coun- i
ty tickets. A little over a year j
ago the Republican state conven-j
tion was held in Tuisa, and at that:
time the Tulsa spirit prevailed in
all parties, in extending a welcome
to the visitors. Let's have the j
Tulsa spirit again on this occa-1
sion. It is expected that there
will be about three thousand vis- j
itors. _ j
The union station proposition ,
seems to be having something do-
ing at the rairoad end of the ques-
tion. The opposition of the rail-
roads was to have been expected.
That they would concur in any
such enterprise, which entail ex-
pense and the investment of capi-
tal unpon their part, and especially
on campaign year, was from their
point of view, asking too much.
However, it appears the railroads
have not all the sav so in the mat-
ter. and it is probable they will be
compelled to invest a small por-
tion of the money they have made
out of the Mid-Continent oil field
in improvement of their holdings |
The custom of half-holiday is
becoming very popular through-
out the Southern states. Mer-
chant. manufacturer and shop-
keeps are finding that it pays to
give their employes a half-holiday
each week. The merchant or
manufacturer who is thus consid-
erate of his help, will gain the re-
spect and good will of the public.
The employee retures to the store
or factory in better spirits, and to
work with cheerful good-will. To
become interested in work and per-
form work proficiently, the em-
ployee should feel that his em-
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year : four months, f L Sold by all nowsdealei
MUNN & Co.36,Bro*d"’New Yoi
branch Office. «7?f» K *'jt., WMshlnutoi). I). C.
At the TULSA MIL
L1NERY they have a
splendid line of Ba-
by Headwear. Hair
Goods always on hand.
Ladies of Tulsa are in-
vited to call and exam-
,ne the latest and larg-
est stock of hats and
millinery sundries ever
brought to the city. We
can suit you. if vou are
looking for the latest
and up-to-date styles
and shapes. Prompt,
courteous attention to
Mrs Grace McHenry
116. MAIN STREET
Largest ami oldest Insurance Agency :
Companies selected the world over.
Koom 417, First National Bank Bldg.
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Palace Clothing Store
Phone 71 Res. phone 106
Physicians and Surgeons
Over Wrights Clothing Store
Phones—office, 125; res. 225
TULSA. - - END. TER.
Office in Shackle Building, room 6
TULSA. I. T.
Norvell & League
Practice in all courts.
105 Main St. Phone 707
Now located at James Brand’s City
Livery Stable. Calls answered day
r night, All examinations free.
Rhone Nos. Otlice, JSI Drug 18, Res. 280
Geo. M. Hauptmann
Makes a specialty of
Wall paper, Paints,
tion g u a r a n t eed
Estimates given on
1 do a Gash business
Kes. 517, West Sixth Street, South
»» II O N E 7 0 5
Natural Ozarka, crystal clear, bottled at the springs, in all its purity.
Ozarka (linger Ale, exhilarating and zestful, made from Oz ark a
Carbonated Ozarka, effervescenr and delightful.
T he Ozarka beverages are put up in bottles of standard size for
Eureka Spring* Water Company,
Kar.ka Hrriaa*. Ark.
Shackle Drug Co
Booklet on Patents Sent Free
When you think of the inconvenience
of traveling, remember the LONG
It is instantaneous.it is not merely send-
ing a message and receiving a reply but
an exchange of views on the subject
Every conversation closes a transaction
PIONEER TELEGRAPH AND
ROYAL E. BURNHAM
859 Bond Bldg., Washington I).C.
Why not Take
VAC A TION
San Diego or
and return via
You can go by one route,
return another, stay until
October 31. and stop over
going or coming at any place
you please. For particulars
see M. E. CLINE, Agt.
C. O. JACKSON,
Div. Pass. Agt..
TULSA NURSERY CO.
IVI. Withers. Propr.
A. F. & A. M.
Meets regular coniniuni < ' w
Snil and 4th Thursday. W i P
. w „ W. M.: ArltiU! Kaliner " «eerelai
S(>eclal invitation to Mailing brethern.
M. W. OF A.
EL Robert* V C:
I shields W A; H W Co
Clerk: meets ev
Tuesday at T o.clock
Fraternal hall. N'eigb
FRATERNAL O R Eft CF EAGLES.
Meets Friday night of each week at 8 o'clock
in Fraternity Hall.
Officers T F Wveoff. \V. P. I*.: A. Y,
Boswell. \V, P.;< ieo. VY. l’enn. W. V. P.: J. W
Ullmore, \V. Sec.
Meet the mst auil hlr Mondaysof each
month in Odd Fellow s l.a... Mrs. Mary Hansel
N <:.; Mrs. Belle Ward. V. G.. Mrs. Beulah
Pveatt .See : Mrs. Ida McIntosh. Treus.
ORDER EASTERN STAR.
Tulsa Chapter No. 116, Meets 1st and 3rd
Thursday night after full moon. Mrs. Brace
McHenry. W. M.; Chas. I.. Reeder, W. P
Mabel Bynum. Sec,
COURT OF HONOR.
New Slate No. 8H1. court of Honor. P. L. B.
meets Thursday of euch week.
Mrs. Lulu Johnson. Recorder.
J. W. Dickover. U.; C. E. Osborne, sec. Lodge-
meees in IKedmen hall Friday night of each
Mrs. G. W. Henry,Oracle; Mrs Wn Rupp
P. O.; Dr. N. W. Mayginnes, sec. Meet every
Thursday nlgbl in Dr. Mayginnes' office rooms
in old opera house building.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Meet Monday night of each w eek in Fra
ternal Hall. Dr. C. C.l
Jas. Bowen. V. C.; W. E. Austin. K. of R. S
Visiting brothers welcome.
I. O. O. F.
R. E. Austin N. G.; R. N-
L. Ward. V. U.; F. M. Himes
Cline. Secretary. Meets Monday night Ma-
Knights and ladies of Security
meet first and third Tuesday evening of each
month at Masonic Hall. Visiting members
TULSA CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Services at 10 u. m: preaching. 10:30 a. m.i
vespers, 4 p. m. Rev. John G Heiring Rector
Sunday-school. 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a m.
and 7.30 p.m.: B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening.
Elder Youngblood, pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOU*ifi.
Sunday school, 9:46 a. m.; preaching, ll a. fl
and 7;30 i>. m.: League. 6:30 p. m.; prayer meet-
ing Wednesday evening. Rev. J. H. Ball
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Sunday senoo' at 10 a. m.: preaching, ll a. ru.;
juniorleague. 3 t m.: senior league, 7:00 p. m
preaching.8:00 p.n. oraper meeting Wednes-
day-evening. Rev. Jas. W. Baker, Pastor.
Time for Spring Planting
Let us quote you prices on your Fruit,
and Shade Trees. Call' and see our
stock before placing your order. Send
for catalogue. P- O. Box 675
9th AND DENVER
Staole and Fancy Grooeries, Fresh Meats Constantly
sn hand. Flour and Feed. Gash paid for all kins of
produce. Free delivery to all parts of the city.
Sunday-school. 9:45: a. m. preaching. 11 a. m.r
Christian Endever. 6:45 p. tn. prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7:30. Preaching
every Sunday evening at 7:30 Rev. C. W
East 5th., Sti-ee and Cincinnati Ave. Rev.
J. E. McGurrey. Rector. Sunday School 9:30
a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 a. m.
Evening Prayer 8:30 p. m.
A. M. E. CHURCH
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11:30 a. m.
Class Meeting 3:00 p. m.
Also Thursday 8:00 p. m
Prayer Meeting Tuesday Evening
Board meeting Monday- night of each week
Rev J. E. W. Phillips. Pastor
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One trial of this wonderful preparation
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sizes from all druggists.
Your money will be refunded if it
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Your postal card request will bring by return
mail our new booklet. “L)R. CALDWELL'S
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