Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 170, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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TULSA DAILY WORLD. TIU RSDA. APRIL 12 l!ou.
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Friday HUit Ml 13 1906
Assisted by Miss Ottie Howard Miss Leola Thompson and the Tulsa
Quartet in a program of Classic Popular and Descriptive Selections
For the Benefit of The Commercial Club and The Band
Prices: 25 35 and 50 cents. Soxes: 75 cents.
Dr. F. E. Kreyer Conductor.
Ask your grocer for Polar
Bear Flour and accept no
We bny Trunks Clothing
Carpenter's Tools Harness
Saddles Household Goods of
all kinds Watches Pistols -Guns
Stock of Goods and
any old thing. If you heed
money we can help you out.
We also have a first-class
auctioneer. Come and see us.
2nd Boulder St. Tulsa Ind. Ter.
Old Towers Location
Basement Corner Second and
J. D. Hlttman
DOWIE ISSUES OFFICIAL STATE-
SAYS GOD IS WITH
anil imported corsets.' French form
various styles ami prices made to ol-
der. Please call at once as you will
he pleased. Ladies will call and see
you in your homes during the day.
Parlor hours from 7 to 9 e.uh evening.
They will he here only until April
GET THE HABIT.
Smoke an "Eagle" "Statehood."
or " 204 ' at the Busy Bee. 4-7-Ct
Deposed Elijah in Peaceful Mood and
Confident He Will Win Out in
Chicago April 12. Conferences be-
tween Iowie and his attorneys con-
tinue today. The prophet remains in
the city. An ollicial statement issued
today says :
"Dowie passed a restful night and
is much stronger for work this morn-
ing. He is peaceful and confident
that (Sod will vindicate him on all
points in the present crisis. He is re-
ceiving many assurances by telegraph
telephone and letters pledging loyal
support.. Many come in person to ex-
tend their sympathy among them
friends who are not members of Zion.
One printing plant in Chicago has
been placed at his disposal but best
of all flod i.Twilli him."
Your money's worth or your money
back at THE FAMOUS.
SPECIAL RATES TO. GUTHRIE.
Guthrie Okla. $4.40 round trip. An-
nual reunion Scottish Kite Maons.
Sell April 23rd to 2Gth. Return limit
April 27th. v
Above rates are open to everybody
via the Frisco system.
F. E. WELSH Agent.
20 per cent off at Johnson & Ea-
THE FAMOUS has been quite busy
ever since they appeared. Why not?
For Sale Railroad ticket to Sioux
City Iowa good till April 24th. En--quire
at this office. 4-13-Gt
DESERVES TO SUCCEED.
The Musreians' Union dance April
1(5 is deserving of the success it is go-
ing to have. The Union in order to
raise funds fot" necessary expenses is
not "begging" but offers wholesome
amusement for the extremely low
price of $1.00 a ticket admitting one
TO THE LADIES OF TULSA.
The Misses Yeager and Hanlon the
ladies' corsetaires invite you to fall
at Mrs. G. W'. Pitt man's 309 South
I Boulder and examine their domestic CStttt
M. K. & T.
Cheap Rates to
U. C. V. Reunion
On April 22 23 and 24 round trip
tickets will be Fold to New Orleans at
exceptionally low rates.
Oklahoma City $13.90 .
South McAlester 12.95
' Muskogee 13.80
Tickets good until May 7.
April is a delightful month in New
Orleans. It is a city of unique and
picturesque interest The low rates
enable you to make the trip at a very
If you'r thinking of going to Now
Orleana om the immt M. K. A T.
R'y agent for fall particular.
' W. S. ST. ODOROE
Oeneral Passenger aid Tkket Agent
' St. Loula Me.
WANTED TO 8EE HIS WEALTH
In the Procets Depositor Made Trou
ble for the Cashier
An old negro went to the bank la
which he kept his hard earned sav-
ings and asked the paying teller tc
give him all the money he bad de-
posited. He ottered no explanation ot
his sudden desire to withdraw hli
funds and after vain argument wlrt
him the teller counted out the bills
and delivered them to the old man.
He eyed the paper money a moment
"Kin I git dat In silver dobs'?"
The teller assured him he could
and forthwith made the exchange
the old negro retired to a nelghbop
lag desk remained crouched over It
long time and then to the teller'
great surprise returned to the win-
dow and gleefully thrust his money
back through the pigeon-bole. Be-
fore he could speak the old man said
"Thanks boas; you kln take It
hack. I Jes wanted t' see ef lt.wni
ill there." Harper's Weekly.
WISDOM IN CHINESE PROVERBS
Many Homely Truths Condensed Intt
The verbal wisdom of the Chinese
has become proverbial and appropri-
ately enough It shows Intself promi-
nently in their proverbs. Many of
these have already been translate
lato English but here are a few more
from a collection by Herr Bruno Na-
varra published In Heidelberg which
may be welcome:
"It la better not to be than not to
be anything." "Repentance is the
dawn of virtue." "Even the highest
tower stands on the ground." "Man
thinks he knows everything but wo-
man knows better." "Even the man-
3 aria of the first-class has poor rela-
tions." "The carver of Idols never
worships idols f he knows too well
what they are made of." "A day of
grief la longer than a year of Joy." ka4
to oa. T. P.'a Weekly.
Sixty Years a Postmaster
The position of the oldest working
r.oitmaiitr in England 1 claimed by
Mr. William Kenward of Wlvelsfleld
near Hayward's Heath. He is 85
years of age and has held the posi-
tion of postmaster and parish clerk for
ft atom to Natty
atUa4 at Malvr ft
ksr MNly omt Mala.
BAwarf tht Oonfeeaor fMttot
UsalUg" at IteTnwa. ft4
tcaaft ftnMMtlM frWry.
Several bur conventions will bo held in California
this Spring Summer ami Fall. Oreatly reduced round
trip rales will be made on these occasions by the Santa
Only room here lo mention two of them Mystic
Shriners and N. E. A.
The convention of the Imperial Council Ancient Ara-
bic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine will be held in
Ijhk Angeles May 7 to 10. Tickets will be sold for one
fare for round trip $."j().0l) from Missouri river to Los An-
freles and return and to San Francisco and return. One
way via Portland $2..r() higher. On sale April 25 to
May 5 from St. Ijouis and points west to Colorado. Return
limit July 31 7 ')(.
National Educational Assn.
The convention of the National Educational Associa-
tion will be held in San Francisco July 9 to 13.
For a change why not make that visit to California
early in the season T Vou'll enjoy it. Visit Grand Canyon
enroute. Stop over and see the Petrified Forest. Ride
through the country of fruits and flowers. Attractive
and inexpensive variable route tours within the means of
almost every one. About one half the usual rate. Long
limit and liberal stop-over privileges. I'll help you plan
a trip. Tickets on sale April '2 to May (i inclusive.
The Santa Fe is the line of fast trains modern and
comfortable chair cars and luxurious Pullmans Harvey
meals rock ballasted track block signals.
X. H. Members of the Mystic Shrine and delegates
to the National Congress of Mothers both to be held in
Los Angeles between May 7 and 11 should take advantage
of this offer. Descriptive folders free.
E. FITZGERALD Agent.
Bockfinger & Hedgecock
REAL ESTATE LOANS ABSTRACTS
See them. Suite 4 Froug Building Tulsa Ind. Ter.
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Brady, J. R. Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 170, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906, newspaper, April 12, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134622/m1/5/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.