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THURSDAY, Wfl. 21, 1905.
TULSA DAILY WORLD
If you contemplate buying real estate, Bee
The Tulsa Title and Trust Co.
Suite 3, Egan Bldg., Tulsa, I. T.
A FEW OF OUR SPECIAL BARGAINS
Two new 3-room renicleneea with InU
60x140 feet, in Lyndwya First (SI 1 Aft
Addition. Price each pj.lUU
50x140 feet, vacant lot, In Lynd- $Q7
aey'a Second Addition. I'rice. . . . P,J 1 "
100x140 feet in Burnett'i Addi- t 1AA
tion. Price H W
10-room new house, and lot 60x140 feet,
on South Muin alreet. $4500
6-room house, with lot 25x140 ft, t77K
in Hodk-e Aiidition. Price P ' "
4-room taim. with lot 50x140, 7ft0
well, aome fruit treea. Price. ... P vv
60x160 lot on Brady Hill, facing $AA
city. Price pOW
40-acr farm, 6 milea out, SO acrea in culti
vation, good black aoil. Price per
40 acrea, one mile of Broken Arrow, COA
improved. Price per acre pv
fO acrea, 6W milea of here, 60 acrea valley
land, balance coal land. Price per jjJJQ
12Si acres, four milea of thia city. jjJOQQ
15 acrea near Jenki (oil land). t'7
120 acrea, 10 milea north of $1 O HK
Briatow, Price per acre PA,' "
66 acrea on Arkanaaa river, 7 milea C OK
aouth. Price per acre pOO
We have many other forma for aale and
Do not forget us.
We make abstracts, write FIRE INSURANCE
and make LOANS
Electric Work of All Kinds
House wiring, office wiring,
building wiring, setting motors.
Repair Work of All Kinds
Estimates furnished. Anything
in the electric line. Office with
Hale & Reynolds.
A. W. TUCKER, Electrical Contractor
The Brady Barber Shop
In lobby of hotel.
CUT RATE TICKETL TO ALL POINTS
J. W. PASCHAL, Proprietor
Oil Lease Bonds
I am able to furnish
Oil and Gas Lease
and all other forms of
Bonds on short notice
Representing the Old Reliable
Fidelity & Guarantee Bonding
of Baltimore, Maryland
C. D. COGGESHALL, Agent
TULSA, I. T. Rear Farmers Nat. Bank
And They Will Send for Your Messages. Phone 348
Tulsa Manufacturing and Wholesale World
THE CHICAGO OP THE SOUTHWEST already
I boasts some of the largest and most progressive
manufacturing and wholesale establishments of the
great Southwest. Natural gas, coal in inexhaustible quan
tities, fine building sand, brick shale, gypsum deposits,
combined with the finest agricultural country in the world,
form the greatest natural resources of any similar area in
The following establishments are the leaders in Tulsa :
THE TULSA LIME CO.
Manufactures a high grade Building Lime. A one-barrel order will re
ceive the same attention as an order for a carload. Stand up for Tulsa
and patronize home industry. Our lime is the best in use in Tulsa. Phone
all orders to the Geo. F. Lee Lumber Company, corner 4th and Cincinnati.
TULSA VITRIFIED BRICK COMPANY.
Manufacturers of repressed Sidewalk, repressed Face and Building brick.
All brick made of shale and burned with natural gas.
RATCLIFF-SANDERS GROCER CO.
Home industry, Dan J. Davidson, Gen. Mgr. Doing an exclusive whole
sale business. No orders too large for our capacity, none too small to
receive our prompt attention. Began business March, 1903, business now
exceeds $60,000 monthly; 6 traveling salesmen.
REA & READ MILL AND ELEVATOR CO.
Manufacturers of the celebrated "Dinner Party," "Rich and Rare," and
"Indlanola" high patent Flour. Kiln dried Corn Meal.
A. ARTHUR, FLOUR AND FEED.
Manufacturer of Red Seal Meal and Alfalfa Mixed Feed. Does an exten
sive business. Large and small orders promptly filled. Corner First
and Cheyenne streets. Phone 137.
TULSA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.
Manufacturers of everything in brass and iron. Prepared to make all
kinds of patterns. J. O. Sanders, Manager. Detroit street and Frisco
track. ...... i
TULSA COTTON GIN. ... .
Bays Cotton and pays the highest market price. Seed cotton always on
band. Rob't. Bpperson, Manacer.
FORCES ABOUT TO CLASH
THE WAR IS APPROACHING.
The New York Typothetae Announces
It Will Fight Printers on Eight
New York, Pee. 'Jl. Announce
ment that preparations to liiinille the
lij: printers' strike have been enm
pleteil by the employing printers tit'
New York, was made today by the
Typothetae of this eity. The eiijlit-
liour work day which the Internation
al Typographical I'nion has decreed
shall go into e fleet on January 1, liHKi
is declared to he the cause for issuing
this statement which is iu part as
"The closed shop and I he eight
hour day demanded by the Typo
graphical I'nion No. (i can not and
will not be granted.
"The members of the Typothetae
are prepared to install competent
non-union machine operators and
other printers in their various com
posing rooms. These printers have
been obtained by a canvass of various
parts of the United States and also
by graduates of the schools for mach
ine operators in New York City, Phil
adelphia, Hoston, Chicago, Kansas
City, Omaha ami elsewhere.
"The publishers of the leading
magazines of the country have com
pleted most of the magan.iues for
two or three months ahead iu antici
pation of the strike ami will there
fore he subjected to little or no incon
veniences. Not only are the publish
ers supporting us in our stand but the
manufacturers throughout the coun
try are actively co-operating with us
" 1 here will he no lockout in I lie
printing trades. Competent men en
tering our employ after January 1,
next, will he paid full wages accord
ing to the union scale, whether they
;iiv union men or not."
LIST OF LETTERS.
Advertised at Tulsa, I. T., for Week
Ending December 21, 1905.
Baughman, Mrs. Karl.
Hell, Miss Katie.
J'laekbiirn, Chan?i. A.
Blaucett, Miss I. aura.
Bliy, Mrs. Florence B.
Brown, II. J.
Brown, G. W.
Brown, Mrs. Alice.
Burrus, Mrs. Sarah.
Carman, Miss Mabel.
Carpenter, Miss Minnie,
Casten, Mrs. A. A.
Chambers, J. F.
Clark, I. R.
Collins, Joseph. (
Cole, II. W.
Colvin, K. J.
Coner, Mrs. Ida
Craig, Mrs. Luc
Davis, Mrs. M. C.
Duulap, Bert. (
Erwin, .1. II.
Ferltnau, W. II.
Fisher, Mrs. Maggie.
Flake, A. B..
Franke, Mi's. M.
Frazier, L. (J.
Fulkerson, Rev. V.
Greene, A. J.
Visit Home Folks'
During the Holidays. There's nothing quite
m enjoyable a a trip back to nee the old folkn.
We have trip ticket for you at low rate.
J. W. PASCHAL, Ticket Broker
Robinaon Barber Shop
EAT WHERE YOU PLEASE
has 40 nice single rooms at $2.00
per week for gentlemen.
Corner N. Main and Second
Green, Eugene M.
Hamilton, George II.
Hamilton, Miss P.
llarifoid, Miss Ethel. (2)
Hood, E. S.
Ilollaway, Mrs. Yiatina.
Horner, J. O.
11 uber, W. C.
(Juirk, Mrs. E. (')
Johnson, Mrs. Antinct.
Kalland, Mrs. Rose,
LaFurge, W. E.
Martoii, J. R.
Manning, James E.
May berry, Mr.
Merrick, Miss Rubv.
Mills, J. F.
Mobley. J. 11.
Moore, R. W.
Mosher, W. II.
Murrey, .1. A.
Murry, D. E.
Noon, Mrs. M.
(isinou, D. M.
Paper, I,. A.
Parker, L, C,
Posa, Miss Marie,
Prater, J. P.
Putnam, T. D.
Robinson, F. S.
Robisou, Miss Gerta.
Richardson, George 11.
Rogers & Green (il).
Walton, Mrs. Gertrude.
Weatherman, Mrs. S. I).
Wilson. Hon. W. S.
JNO. I). SEAMAN, P. M.
Y. 11. P.
The entire stock of Trees Bros.,
consisting of dry goods, clothing,
shoes and groceries, will be sold on
Friday, December 'Jl'nd, 1 !)(!", to the
highest bidder for cash.
J. D. HAGLER,
If you meant up-to-date news, read
City Plats For Sale.
I have at my office, and for sale, large
plats of the city, brought down to date.
Books opened, adjusted and investi
gated. Offices systematized. Corpo
ration auditing a specialty.
83 F. J. Short, Box 177.
West First Street
One-half Block Off Main
Open All Night
Meet Me at
Tulsa, I. T.
Farties Our Specialty
LOOK AT THIS.
Given away every Wednesday and
Saturday. With every 5c purchase
you receive a coupon which entitles
you to a chance on 1-2 pound box of
Bon Bons or 25c worth of Cigars.
MILLER'S KANDY KITCHEN.
DO YOU WANT THIS?
1(10 acres, f)l) acres in cultivation.
10 acres of bearing orchard; .'10
acres hog pasture; 40 acres cattle
pasture, all fenced and cross fenced.
Two good wells. Living water in
Good four-room dwelling, with base
ment. Stables, wheat granary, corn cribs,
One mile from school, five and one
half miles from railroad. Four miles
from good town.
Price, $22.50 per acre easy pay
ments. Inquire at the World office.
Nothing more acceptable ns a gift
than one of the hardware articles to
be bought from the McClure-Grnef
Hardware Co. tf
The McClure-Grnef Hardware Com
pany's cutlery is all especially manu
factured for them and every article
carries a positive guarantee of excel
Lands for Sale
I have for sale a large list of land
and farm property in the vicinity of
Tulsa and Broken Arrow at reasonable
prices. Also several good farms for
rent. (tf) E. M. Latimer,
Room 6 in Shackle building, Tulsa, I. T.
Mrs. Guy Humbert
That's the kind you get at the Palace
Market. We make a specialty of pleas
ing our customers, and our pleased
customers have been our best adver
tisers. Call and see our line.
"The Home of
Good Things to Eat"
Palace Market, North Main
Phone 107 CHAS. LYONS, Prop.
Martinis' Drug Store
School Tablets, Toilet Articles, Fine Cigars
Third St., bet. Boston and Cincinnati E. L. MARTINIS, Prescription Druggist
Dr. Ward Green, D. V. S.
Graduate of University Veterinary
College, Kanaaa City, Mo.
Treatment of diseases of domestic
animals. Examination free at Hospital.
Dentistry a specialty. Office and hos
pital on Boston, 2 blocks north of Frisco
50 feet on Main street rent
ing for $85 a month. Call on
Griner, the real estate man
in the Alexander building,
with $5000 and it is yours.
A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY
I Oif VOLUMES of New, Attractive, and Entertaining Books The firms indi
IK S cated by the numbers below, will give the Club, Lodge, School, Hospital
iJU or other institution in Tulsa, this Library ALL OF IT-which secures the
largest or highest number of votes, every 10 cent purchase of goods from these
Firms entitles the purchaser to ONE VOTE.
Voting Slips are Free.
No. 1 Mayo Furniture Co.
No. 2 Stokes Grocery Co,
No. 8 Givens Hardware Co.
No. 4 Piatt Staton Music Co.
No. 9 Rody A Hamill
No. 10 Bi; Jo Lumber Co.
No. 6 Crawford Bros. & Co.
No. 1 Billv Campbell " ' J No. 11 Commercial Cafe
No 8 & Cline Photographers. No. 12 Sells Drug Co.