Tulsa Morning News and Tulsa Daily World. (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 170, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 12, 1906 Page: 8 of 8
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TULSA DAILY WOKI.li. THURSDAY AI'ML 12 1000.
It Is Natural For all to Want Something New on Easter so We Call Your Attention to our Enormous Stock For Your Selections I
BEGINNING Wednesday April 11 and Continuing Until Saturday April 14 we will put our entire stock
of Dry Goods Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings in shape for your convenient inspection and selection
Quality Price and Courteous Treatment Our stock is so full of good stuff and low priced stuff it is
impossible for us to to enumerate all things but we shall touch along on a few of our many good thing.
Our Watchwords are "Good Stuff and Low Prices." Below We Will Quote Only a Few of the Many Easter Good Things.
Every lady needs one and we have them at 25c.
Getl one and prevent freckles; for an ounce of Pre-
ventive is worth a Gallon of Cure.
Price is the Thing
125 DRESS SKIRTS.
In White Black and Gray Mohair and Panama
also several extra patterns in the new Plaid effects.
If you need a skirt we will have them at a price to
We Are Making a Legitimate Fight
For Your Business. The firm that has
Started the Ball to Rolling. We are Bar-
gain Buyers and Bargain Sellers.
We will have the strongest line of Embroideries
ever shown in Tulsa for the price quality consid-
ered. Corset cover widths at 29c 39c and 49c.
Other Embroideries at 5c 9c and 13c.
We arc expecting a lii' lot of lace soon but may
e able to have on band this week.
We liavo mi hand 1(1(1 petticoats whirl will be
oll'cred ai a Miiall margin.
Sec our liui' of Muslin Cndcnvear tin- bargains
of (lip city.
WATCH US GROW
In Kid lWnt Leather ami White Canvas ami
it a price not found elsewhere.
LADIES' BELTS. k
Our line of Kelts in the iiilt and washable will
sell as follows:
7.V Melt for 49c
:re Melt for 19c
PRICE IS THE THING
(let you one of these Hand Hops which will sell
f 2.(10 one for . . $1.69
f 1.00 one for 79
Toe oik; for 59c
J"c one for 19c
PRICE IS THE THING
Listen: Fancy Lace Collars .r0c tirade for . . 29c
Turnovers in proportion.
We Want You to Know We Are .
Fighting For Your Patronage.
DRESS GOODS. v
Will an as advertised. All wool. New Grays.
$1.73 jmule for $1.25
.urade I'm- $1.10
f 1.2.") jirnde for 1.00
Mcautiful pattern in Aeolian worth $1.30 goes for
PRICE IS THE THING.
lic Waist aooih roes for 29c
23c grade for igc
2()e rrade for 16 2-3c
And others in proportion.
BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS.
Have just received n lot which we will have on
sale Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Friday and Saturday we will have a counter load-
ed down with bar-rains in .f 1.00 Shoes. Don't miss
MEN'S AND BOYS' 2-PIECE SUITS.
You can't afford to miss the bargains found in
this assortment. Prices will run from ifWO to $12.00.
Quality Price Courteous Treatment
Our line of New Spring and Summer styles will
!() as advertised :
116 East Third Street 4 Doors East Robinson Hotel Latham-Stewart Building.
$3.50 valuo for $2.98
$2.50 value for 1.98
$1.50 value for 1.29
Our line is complete nnd the prices right. Try us
See that Your Neighbor Attends
See our line of the latest and most attractive
Belts in the city.
We go some.
During this sale you can buy a 30c four-in-hand
Tie for 19C
During this sale you can buy a 33c pair of Sus-
penders for 19C
SPEND MONEY WHERE YOU CAN GET THE
VALUE. 50c WORK SHIRTS FOR 39c.
We boast of being able to fit the fattest md lean-
est man in Odd Pants so come ye thread bare and
neglected man and if we fail to fit yo i as far
as waist measurement is concerned we ill -rfiiako
you a present of a nice pair of suspenders r shirt.
i. u . . . . f
xi you aon i want K buy don't. But Come and
look. Yours for success
hi 1 x V t
Buy Real Estate
40 irni. tfn milrit wiulhciiHt pri.e 50
15 hitch" of kmh IhjIIiiiii IhikI ti-n mili
from TNa ami wu nnlin from KOI flfl
Jcnka. inr ht rre ItU.UU
IS niTi'H one biiiI c.rw-hnlf niilc from Kl
Kork. if(Hl li-vt'l lnl (oil lanill i within
five ami oim-half nnli'H from Tulsa 99 Cf
rir6 per ai'rc tt.wU
40 acri-ii four anil iinv-hnlf niilrn 1ft ftft
from Hi-kk. I. T.. kikhI laml iit arr lUU
40 acri'H piKht imli-t from Tula. Oft flfl
timlieriil laml e'ranil iirit-e ht neru
40 urtv ciirhl anil one half milcn fnm TuUn.
all Imllom. Ilirw renin hinine thirty ft flft
aiTw in cultivation prior .i r aon- . tw.W
Kaorr live anil om-half nnli'H from Tn'a.
lifty airi'a valley land priie per 5 QQ
TWacre nx miles from Krl'lryville 1C flft
1. T . prii per ai-re IJ.UU
One hiimlriil ami lifty foot lot on hill 7 flfl
price per foot I
Seventy liy one hunilreil anil forty on west Kifth
treet ifiHl twit-nmi hoime. cellar ciii- Hftft
tern priio 1 1 WW
Five-room new hotme
gad corner lot. price. .
iT.ni?.."!J.u!uo 100 and up
pipiii for 35Q
EDWARD E. BARRETT
118 South Main Over Pittman'l Jewelry Store.
The style la right if it comes from
Let HI Rent Get Behind.
The late Governor Mrcuu A. Mot
ton whose old home In Taunton it
Cow the Morton hospital say the Uos
ton Herald wu aa careless in hla
dress aa he waa punctual In collecting
hla rentt. It waa no uncommon sight
to see him walking the streets without
stockings the eipanse between the
bottom of his trouner legs and hi
shoes revealing that fact to the public.
One day as the governor passed
down the atreet a fluttei of wnke be-
neath bis coat-tails gave mute tstl-
mony of the need of repairs In which
bis trousers stood. la a group of Id-
lers waa a wag who waa also one of
the governor's tenants.
"Great born spoons!" he shouted as
the governor paased "I never knew
Governor Morton let bis rent get M
r behind !"
Extra Special Prices on all goods
Uis week at THE TAMOUS.
.John Hancock of the P.usy liee is
on the sick list today.
Itoctor McCreery is recovering rap-
idly from his sickness.
X. K. Weiule returned froili Weir
t'ily yoterday morning.
(it'inc (I. I'.ayne is in St. Louis
Missouri on a hiisiness trip.
.J. It. Colo is reported sick today
but not seriously it is hoped.
K. M. I.al timer was in I'roken Ar
row ytstcidav on real estate business.
It. K Ide representing the Okftho-
j ma Farm .Journal was in the city yes.
i Mrs. II. U. ('line returned home last
I nidit acoinpaiiied by her mother
j.Mrs. A. M. Fair of Columbus Kan-
(icoiLie K'ucker who has been man-
ager at the W'ehjle Clothini; Mouse
left yesterday for Weir City where
he will remain.
.JiuLe Mutterworth returned yes-
terday from lirislow where he has
been lioldin:' court. He will leave
I Monday for Sapulpa ) hold court.
. 1 Helt. of the Holt Tradin.ir com-
p.tny. of Canadian I. T. was in the
city Ih's week and a pleasant caller
at the World lie reports everything
hav inir froiie Keiublican in bis little
city this year.
Miss Nellie Hindinan received a
'phone message from Wagoner this
niorniiiir that her sister Mrs. It. V.
Leonard was very sick at that place
and to come to her.
Col. T. W. I hint in departnu nt com-
mander of the ratri?rclis Militant. 1.
O. O. F the uniform ra:ik of iln Ok-
ia'ioma jurisdiction is n familiar in-
iior. Colonel Ihistin is one of the
Most prominent loden.eii in the sis-
ter territory and is known nil over
Oklahoma. He lives at Shawr.ee. lie
is p-iieral njrent for the Hidirely Pro.
teetive Association for hot L tenito'
spent a very pelasant time in conver-
sation and enjoyiny; Miss Audrey
b'udd's pianoforte playing. Those
present were; Mesdaines C. Himwii
Dan Havidson S. F. Jones-Lee Clin-
tim K. H. Howard llendrou Calhoun
L IL Cole (iiffert and Ott..
OPERA HOUSE ALRIGHT.
A steel beam which bad not been
properly fastened worked loose and
a.. . . a Not Becoming n
"I. " k great mlsuKa to Cii.'jud
tlat it Is a law of natn'e tlrt recent
annuals hre all ginnll and Inbignincant
as romvured with Uteir iiresent-
attres In the past" says a scientist.
"That la simply not true. Kccent
horses are bigger than extinct ones.
and tnnch blgjer than thrte-toed and
foar-toed ancestors of horses. Recent
elephants are as big as any that haTf.
existed and much bigger than their
early eluphantlne anotbtora. There
never hu ueon any creature of any
was the cause of the roof of the new I a!nd Cjanimal' lepttle bird or Rah
(rand this afternoon forcin" . Ihei u nV tuolcglctil period we know of
west wall out at the top six imMies
and the east wall twelve inches. Prom-
inent architects and contractors de-
clare that it is impossible for the
walls to fall further owin;' to the
steel beams. Contractors are already
repairing the damage.
Su bits b ioiheof tdu existing Miales."
lames Howanl a prominent youiis?
fanner ami Miss Jessie Cole of this
city were married yesterday after
noon at Sapulpa. The voiinsr couple)
will reside on the jrrooni's farm near
F.nid. The bride has ni.iuy fritMids
in Tulsa who wish her a lo'iy; and hap-
py married life.
Wslrny Irtvlijt.cna in '.jles.
lu 'Im tollowing quaiaily toriual let
ter the purenta of Wolhr brides some-
Umea hid their frifiiri. attend H'ewtd
aing ana uiu inom J3o nut comi
impty-handed : "Whaiever dotutloo
you .may be pleased to bestcy will b
thankfully received and cheerfully re-
said whettover called for on a similar
oroaalon. The parents of the bride
sad brlilegroom-cloct desire Uit alt
gift tat to them will be returned to
them oh t.o above date and will be
thankful for all favors grtuted."
From the London Morning Pott:
"Irish lady much reduced Income
would be most grateful to la4y
(young medium sle) who would
aire her left-off clothe to help her
maintain social position; reference
A SMALL STRIKE ON.
The laborers employed on the new
Keeder buildin; on Knst Second street
went on strike this morniiif;. The
strike does not effect the mechanics
who are standing by the contractor.
The laborer demand time and a half
for the hours they work lon-rer than
the brick la vers.
THE EMBROIDERY CLUB.
The Embroidery Club met with Mrs.
Ir. Webb yesterday afternoon and
Hew Cablet Are Laid.
Atlantic tablet are alwaya laid
from west to east became tha pro
tailing wind In the summer month
to the Atlantlo are from the wett
and ahlpe make much better wther
foiog eastward. Doston Transcript.
Wanted A cook nnd dishwasher-
man and wife preferred. Apply nt
Grand Cafe Trimble buildinir West
First street. V2-4-Gt
Artist's Aim Was Perfection.
When Hogarth was almost at the
height of his fame he painted aa in-
terior which was somewhat sererly
criticised by a friend. The artist ac
knowledged the justness of the critt
clam and when his frank friend had
(ft the studio he took a (harp kulfe.
deliberately ent the canvas In two. and
then threw the pleeea Into the coal
scuttle. There' they were found the
following day by one of the mlU
who took the pla borne
One Thing Wanting.
ne day little Barry was gazing la-
tently Into a drug store window wrap-
ped In admiration of a mechanical de-
Tlce to adrertlse a tooth wash a wo-
man bruahlng her teeth. The child
could not "e coaxed away but kept
looking and looking at the figure. At
laat he turned and said eagertri
"Mamma when doei the iplt?"
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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/m1/8/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.