Oklahoma State Labor News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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A N X () I 7 N (1 K M" K X T !
Showing the Season's New Patterns
at Lower Prices
DOC & BILL, The House Furnishers
8-10 Grand Ave. Phone 260
Your Credit is Good !
If you want reasonable terms and
easy payments--hCC US.
STREET & HARPER
AND EM BALMMRS
New Location W. 114 Grand Ave
PHONES—Office, 1120. Keaidcnce, 1185.
Hospital Ambulance Phone 1120 or 22.
The Security club will give a box
social on Friday night. March 20th.
at K. P. hall. Don't fail to attend
and bring your box for two.
Roy Hoffman. J. B. A. Robertson. S. A. Cordell.
HOFFMAN, ROBERTSON & CORDELL
Attorney! and Counselors at Law
Some men would prefer a pat on
tV back from the "boss" than a
10 per cent increase of wages in their
pay envelopei—Quarry Workers'
Since Oklahoma is in the habit of
keeping up witfr the band wagon it
will not be surprising that] Ponca
City thought it necessary to Import
a Paris milliner.
Mrs. C. C. Guy Is one of the num-
ber who Is added to the list of re-
newal subscriptions to the State La-
bor News the past week. Mrs. Guy
is an earnest worker in the cause of
J. D. F. JENNINGS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
Rooms (> and 7, Biting Hldg
2251 j W. Grand
Messrs. Gibbons & Sappington have
entered the active list of Oklahoma
City boosters, and opened up an office
at 12% North Robinson street. Their
specialty is real estate, rentals and
employment. Mr. Gibbons was form-
erly a member of the Brewery Work-
ers local, and has a wide acquaintance
in the city. We bespeak success for
the new firm.
GIDDINGS, GIDDINGS & LINDSEY
I Rosenthal & Harris are added to
the list of paid subscribers for 1908.
I This is one of the first firms in Okla-
homa City that subscribed for the
Labor News the first month we were
here, and they are one of our readers
today. When in need of household
goods call on them. They will treat
TEXAS FED. OF LABOR
To All Affiliated Unions—Greeting:
Pursuant to the constitution of the
Texas State Federation of Labor,
you are hereby advised that the
ElevtMith annual convention of the
Texas State Federation of I^abor will
be held at the city of Fort Worth,
Texas, at 10 o'clock a. m.. the 14th
day of April, 1008, and will continue
In session from day to day until the
business of the convention is com-
Representation will be on the fol-
lowing basis: Each central body-
Is entitled to three votes; each un-
ion shall be entitled to one vote, re-
gardless of membership, up to one
hundred, and one vote for each ad-
ditional one hundred or majority frac-
tion thereof. Any one delegate may
represent the entire voting strength
of his organization. No delegate
shall be allowed more than throe
proxies, and no union wheh has a
membershp of more than 75 shall
be allowed to send a proxy vote.
Delegates are not enttled to a seat
in the convention unless the tax of
the organisation has been paid in full
to March 30, 1908.
Credentials In duplicate are for-
warded to all affiliated unions, the
original to be retained by the dele-
110 1-2 Main
Oklahoma City, Okla.
boot & shop"
BROT HER UNIONIST
UNIO^ STAMP 1.
That the best made shoes— the shoes
made under the best manufacturing
conditions—the shoes that stand
wear-—bear the Union Stamp, as
shown herewith, Ask your dealer for Union Stamp Shoes
and if he cannot supply you, write
BOOT AND SHOE WORKER'S UNION
24-G Summer Street.
Mr. C. B. Bradford, who is a mem-
ber of the school board of the First
ward, and resides at 231 West Sixth
street, will be a candidate for re
election to the office of school board
and his many friends predict his re-
election to that office. Mr. Bradford
has filled this position with honor
and trust that the good work may go
Patronize Our Advertisers
Patronize the business men who use our columns. The
fact that they advertise with the Oklahoma State Labor
News is evidence thpt thev want the union man's trade.
Activity among the organized wage
earners from now until the ballot box
closes In November next against
every one unfriendly to trades un
ions means much toward reaching a
more equitable condition with the in
terests which are arrayed against and
endeavoring to oppress them. Put
in the lower house of congress thirty
honest trades union men and they will
be a force and a power that will
bring about a change of front among
both political parties. Be solid at
the polls just once, and then al
SAVINGS BANK HABIT.
The man with the savings bank hab-
it is the one who never gets laid off;
he is the one who can get along with-
out you, but you cannot get along
without him. The svalngs bank habit
means sound, good digestion, cool
judgement and manly independence
The most healthful thing is a savings
bank book; there are no microbes in
it to stenl away your peace of mind.
It Is a guarantee of good behavior.
You can get the savings bank habit
by going to the Planters & Mechanics'
Bank on North Harvey. We want
gate-elect, and the duplicate forward-
ed to the secretary, P. O. box 513,
Cleburne, Texas. The committee on
credentials will meet at the head-
quarters of the Texas State Federa-
tion of Labor, at Fort Worth, Texas,
three days previous to the opening
of the convention. Delegates should
be selected at least thirty (30) days
previous to the convention and their
names and the number of the or-
ganization their represent, be sent to
the secretary of the Federation im-
mediately after election on blanks
furnished for the occasion.
The importance of our organiza-
tion and our movement justify us in
recommending that you do not allow
favoritism to Influence you In se-
lecting your delegate. Be fully rep-
resented. Be ably represented by
your best, most faithful and ex-
perienced members. Fraternally
J. H. FRICKE,
F. N. GRAVES.
Secretary, Cleburne, Texas.
It's A Pleasure to Carve
Locals that do not use the labor
paper of their city or town in keeping
their union ant' its doings before the
labor world do not know the value
of publicity, and they should be told
of It. Get busy and do something.
People Often Ask
"WHAT IS THE BEST
PIANO IN THE WORLD"
We say " THE EVERETT"—and in saying this we do
not underestimate the good points of all the other high
grade pianos—for we have others of our own. We do not
say the Everett is the best advertised—or was the best 10
years ago or that it will be the best 10 years from now;
but TODAY—ill this year 1908 the Everett is the artistic
standard of the world—without a peer and not only is this
our opinion but we have with us many of the largest music
houses and the greatest artists whose ability to judge is
THE PRICE OF THE EVERETT may be considered
high—but any other piano as good, would cost more.
We will offer
Frederiekson-Kroh Music Co.
Sole Distributors in the Southwest.
you every fa-
c i 1 i t y for
co m paring
that of any
Lynn Saddlery Co.
SPECIAL PRICES WILL
BE GIVEN ON ALL
339 West First Street.
Mr.f. Jo K. Perrine, Proprietress
Livery in Connection
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Not a week passes but what we •
have "papers returned to us because
the subscriber has moved, falling to I
notify us of their new address. This
is not as It should be. Wher. n
subscriber moves to a new address,
it is a simple matter to tell the1
mall carrier the new address; or
send a postal to the State Labor
News notifying us of the change of
address. You cannot expect to have
your paper come regularly unless
your proper address is on our books.
Single and Double Buggy Harness
CALL AND SEE SELECTION.
LYON SADDLERY CO.
131 WEST GRAND AVE.
one of our Joints of Choice Meats—it
is so tender and juicy, so sweet and
appetizing. Our Beef, Mutton, Lamb,
Veal, and Pork are all of the finest
quality and give the greatest satisfac-
tion to all who try them. They are
dressed so as to avoid all unneces-
sary waste, consequently a joint from
us Is an economical one. Try our fresh
killed Poultry and our mild-cured
Hams and Bacon. Sausages in season*.
W. II. BUTCHER
Corner 2nd and Robinson Streets
New Oliver No. 5
Sets Swiftest Pace Ever Known in
The wonderful new model, Oliver
No. 5, has taken the marKet by storm.
Its reception by the public has ex-
ceeded in enthusiasm anything we
had dared to anticipate.
Employers and stenographers alike
have welcomed it as the one machine
that answers the multiplied needs
of the hour.
The cry is for Speed! Speed!
Speed!—and the Oliver responds.
The demand for Durability is filled
by the sturdy, steel-clad Oliver.
To a call for a writing machine
that wil do many things and do each
of them equally well, the Oliver
answers with its unexampled versa-
—Its visible writing saves the
strain on eye and brain.
—Its legibility lends beauty to its
work. The letters that bear the
Oliver imprint are the letters that
seem to speak.
Oliver No. 5 fairly bristles with
new and exclusive time-and-money-
saving features. We have space to
mention only a few of the more Im-
—Disappearing Indicator shows ex-
act printing point.
—Balance Shifting Mechanism
saves operative effort.
—Line Ruling Device is fine for
—Double Release dc bles conven-
—Non-Vibrating Base Insures sta-
bility. Yet with all of these added
improvements, we have still further
simplified the Oliver—by fusing
brains with metal.
Oliver No. G is a dream come true
—the dream of Thomas Oliver cry-
stallized into this wonderful mechan-
ism of shining steel that embodies
every possible r^quirem^ t of a per-
fect writing machlno.
Ask the nearest Oliver agent for a
Free Demonstration of Oliver No. 5.
Or send for The Oliver Book—yours
for a postal.
The Oliver Typewriter Company.
102 W. Ninth St., Kansas City, Mo.
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Krogh, Nora I. Oklahoma State Labor News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908, newspaper, March 13, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154800/m1/4/: accessed December 1, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.