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TUI5A' DAILY WORLD
THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1905.
Only Tw Mm
Shopping Days Before Christmas
No doubt you have been in our
store, but there is surely something
in the Clothing and Furnishing line
that you will want to give some
friend for Christmas.
We have the swellest line of Neckwear ever shown
in the city, 25c to $1.00.
Elegant Smoking Jackets, and there is nothing a
"home man" would appreciate more, $5 to $7.50.
Bath RobM are suitable as well and a very accept
able gifc, $4.50.
Leather Suit Cases and Hand Baa; --well, to tell the
truth, anybody would be glad to have one, $3.50 to
A Suit or Overcoat for husband or son. Men's stvlish
suits from $5 to $25.
Boys and Children's Clothing here in abundance. Ser
viceable school suits for boys from 8 to 16 years. Come
in and see us and get our prices. Buy where you like.
the Post Office
the Ktat. No one iii WashitiLlim rais-
' interpreted tin little excaj'aile arid no
'niif tlien iiimiiu-n the H'nle nt' the
trrrit' rii-d iim li !. a household ets
In l'lut the HM.i!e of the ea.-t know
lliut i!.e A-i)lo who a few years atro .
ttfiv tl fir iii i.'hhoi, have not chanif-'
i-'l in i.-li in roiniii'.' to OHahonia.
CHRISTMAS FORTY YEARS AGO
Tln'iihaiiiU t' inidllf-acfl men are
tliii.kin.' ahmit now of their hot pair
of hoot. Thi'v awoke early on l'hrit
ua tiioi'iiin thirty or forty years
t:i in tlie taimhoiiM' in the eniintry
and ruhed ti the plate where they
had limit; their tot-kiii t lie niuhl he
foif. and there stood a pair of red
t )'d hoots! With what joy the
buy fondled the stiff iipers, ami haw
his fare henint'd a. he tfuzed ut the
prii.u-ii.j: hoise printed in pdd on the
red leather! And how the eupier
t's did shine. issihly from the re
ilected hri.'htness of the boy's own
eyes! Such hajipiness seldom ciiines '
to tht-M' u'rown-up hoys nowadays. 1
and their boys n.. longer warn for
reil-to.'d bM.t. with stitT-jieu'eil
soles axd hi'h h"'s tlmt liopjK-d about '
spindlini; hoyih shanks, and iM full !
of snow whenever their owner waded
tiiroii'h the drifts. It is doubtful if j
any such boots could be bought todav. i
Are You Lonesome?
Do you .want a good book to read? If so,
look over our new stock we have just re
ceived a large shipment of popular copy
rights ; they go at
SELLS DRUG CO.
The Live Druggists
For Sale Two of those beautiful
French Toy I'oodle I'oas which were
shown in Shackle's drui; store window
a $2" each. Xo finer Xinas jjift
.culd be -riven. Applv at the Mar-
i..r,..i ii ....... ' t..
mill ouuc, .Vl
Tulsa Daily World
J. R. BRADY, Editor acfi Prop
rl to he lax in our effort at this
tune. Let us continue until sin-cess
now ns our efforts.
., luNii is ii.lillnu' more arc lights,
Paily, except Sunday, one week , , , , , ,
by carrier $.10 " bile imtu is in complete darkness
Daily, one month, by carrier 40 ,, amount of the electric lilit con-
uany, one year, oy man i.w
sweeter and more worth living. A
little child shall lead them, the tiood
Monk says, and the little ones of
TiiImi are certainly pointing out the
real way to Imppiues to fheir elder
in their little notes to old St. Niek.
Office in Trimble Building, Second St.
tract bfinir iiiiniilleil by the city. Vet
the Viuila Leader maintains that Tul-
sa is piou'ressini; liacKwanl, while
Enter .'i in the Tulsa Poet Office as second clam the city ill the cowpaslille is 'Steady
'and progressive." The ordinary man
will have to see things in a different
Unlit if the Leader argument is to
curry much weight.
ySLlly i h
THURSDAY, DEC. 21. 1905.
Tulsa is like the well known story
on the Arkansas man. When it rains
we can't lix the sidewalk and when
the mii shines we don't care to.
"iie it.. I'criiua for a thousand
Veals if mi want to. Cnnviress, but
iiie ii. statehood now," shouts I huar
lleiiedict. in hi. paper, the Unhurt,
I 'Ma.. Xcws-li'cpiiblican.
Now i. an oppuriuue tunc fur (be
people l.i pu.ll the interests of llie
city. The postal receipts show an in
ciea.e , the schools aie crowded to
n ei lli.w in, i i or are arrmii! ilai-
l deliiaildllii: IIIMlf hnliies; business
i- v: 1. This is the time for the pudi-
eis to pu.li and all arc inishinj.
The city is to he better lighted.
This is the welcome news coming from
'the eit council chambers. There has
ii" news enianatiii',' from this source
, for a considerable length of time past
, which has been more welcome to the
'cars of the public. The additional
lights if properly placet! will assure
the city hciuii liuhted in every por
tion.. The most pleasing feature of
' the new move is (lie fact that the rail
; loads w ill be rciiiii'ed to place an
arc liirht at every crossiiiy;. Many
accidents occurred mi account of
crossings imi briny: lighted and the
placing "f arc lights at these ilau
yrroiis plaers will L'ivr some surely
of safety to pc'le.l rians and those in
M'liiiics wlio are aninail at nivilit.
hoii'l let your best yirl liite you.
This is the advice which Prof. Y. I).
Miller of the Cnivei-sity of Merlin
..'live to his students at the Weslcyan
I'niversity in Middletown, Cniinrcti
cult, the other day .
Me announced in a led me that the
bite of a 'irl would often brum ii
miicker ami more horrible death than
the bite of a serpent. The rtmfes-
Do you like good br-?ad? Try j
KEYSTONE REAL ESTATE CO.
Buy and Sell
Everv Class ,
of Realty ,
i Special Atten-
I tion Given to
! Farm Lands
i Oil Lands Etc
WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR SALE?
)FFICE Second Floor, Corner First and Main.
Postoffice Box 735
TULSA, IND. TER.
sor, who made a special study of lliejYoa Co.'
Shackle Drug Company have now
on sale for Christmas, finest, up-to-da,te
line of box candy ever brought
toy Tulsa, ranging from 1-4 to 10-lb.
boxes. We have them all.
Lowney's, Alligrettis, Plow's Huy
lers, Margaret's, Seward's, Peters',
Fletcher's, Ounther's, Switzer's, Lo
tus Cream Company's, Oibb's, Earn
er's, Mackintosh's, Clark & Harris',
Runkle's Phelp's, Gousset's, Marine
Let there hr no Irt up in the stalr-
I I liiJit. The time to tiiiht i now.
We slimild lint Ifst upon olll'oars. If
we tin sun in with interests at slake
! SANTA CLAUS
Twn tacts uf more tliau usual in
terest have been noticed in connection
with the Hood of Santa Clam-, letters
will rob ns
The new s ci mi
of our rights of ..atehood. ' Tl,Nn '" i, ls ' I H a i n i n u
World readers with just now. The
linotype man says the childish mis-
that Ariuiia mine owners arc main
tiimimr a powerful lobhv and have 'siv,,"im K'iMe limn the aver
snme chances r defeatin- ''''' c.irrespondence and ..the.;
lion iu the senate. This is where ,llt. j ' 'imnurwat i. .ns that come to the of
li..d,t will he made ami we cannot af- j '"'"I"'""' ''"'municntions
I sent in by preachers, the writ inir id'
jthe children is excellent eiimanship,
ami with the ropy sent hack from the
front ollice when the typewriters are
'out of tix. die showing js still more
creditable to Santa Clans' little
friends. The other interestin,' fea
ture is the retard shown by the little
ones for their less fortunate play
mates, three-fuiirths of the letters,
'nearly, containrni: special pleas for
Santa Clans to remember others as
j well as themselves, ami especially the
; children of the nioi Titer is nothing
, tenderer or more sympathetic than
the heart of a child and the uiiseltish
I ness of the little etip)e is snmcthiui;
I that may well be patterned after by
the hu: folks. After all. that is the
true Christmas spirit, ami because of
lim ine it Tulsa children will p't more
j enjoyment out of the world holiday.
The joy of receiving is nothing in
'comparison with the joy of civing.
The former, too often, indeed, begets
(Selfishness, while thf, latter makes life
From 11 :'M to I MO Every Pay.
at ll hours. Hest in the City
Short Order Lunch
It is now open, with the best the
land affords. Everything first class
loifiiiii ii Fowler
S. W. Cor. First and Boston
bacteria of the mouth, said that a
short time airo he made.au experi
I ment mi a .virl in (iermauy, and found
that an arrow dipped in saliva from
her month would send its victim in
death throes more terrible than one
dipped in euolii of the most deadly
snake. The profesor said there was
a h'.si.n in this I'm' dentists. Neither
should mothers or fathers allow ba
bies lo chew their tinners, for fatal
results arc likely to become of it.
Pr. Miller said he estimated the num
ber of bacteria in the human mouth
of 'jr.lMin billions ami that anionir
them there were forty-two distinct
disease prodiicini: micro organisms.
"For some unaccountable reason."
he said, "in the mouths of women,
and particularly in the sweet rosebud
lips of the stately (lihson type of
;iils lurk bacteria which are deadly
if The blond becomes inoculated with
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
TULSA CITY DIRECTORY
Mayor C. L. Reeder
Itfconler N. J. Guboer
Marshal Chaa. Kobiniwn
Treasurer Geo. W. Mowbray, Jr.
1 'ity Attorney B. K. Rice
ttarineer , J. Gua I'atton
First Ward H. Hatch and C. J. Sawyer.
Second Ward -G.M.Kilcoyne, K.W. Mathewnon,
Third Ward W. ii. Hondnm, C. H. Nicholson.
Fourth Ward E. N. North, J. E. PiersoL
Baptist John B. Younsblnoil. raster: Cincin
nati avenue, between South First and Second St.
Christian-Hnndolph Cook, pastor. South Sec
ond and Moulder avenue.
(M. E. Church South J. H. Ball, pastor. South
Second and Cincinnati avenue.
Presbyterian C. W.' Kerr, pajtor, Boston and
Methodist Episcopal C. F. Lucas, pastor.
Roman Catholic Father Theo. Van Hulse. pas
tor. South Third, bet Elgin and Frankfort Aves.
Trinity Episcopal Services every alternate
Remington Automatic Shotgun
J. W. MEGEE, Gunsmith
211 East First Street
Tulsa, I. T.
Condensed Official Financial Statement of Condition of
Farmers National Bank
At Close of Business August 25, 1905
Loans and Discounts $ 134.067.06
Overdrafts, secured 3,900.00 . Capital, full paid $ 30,000.00
U. S. Bonds and Premiums 8,090.03
Furniture and Fixtures 1,372.75
Undivided Profits 3,538.01
Cash and Exchange........ 166, 508. 32 Deposits 259,908.30
.$ 315,946.37! Total $ 315,946.37
The above Statement is correct.
L. D. MARR, Cashier.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
A LITTLE DIVERSION
(Oklahoma City Times-Journal I
The protest sent up over the terri
tory nxitinst the little pleasantry in
dulged in by some of the members of
the statehood eomuiittee in takinjr a
lion which they found in the Ozark
nioiintaiiis nliiiiir with them to Wash
ington, is entiiely uncalled for.
If the members of this committee
hnd been dressed ns cowboys are sup
xsed to dress and had gone to the
eapital drinking from juj.'s, yellinir and
slio.it inir. much harm would have been
done. The committee was mude up of
us fine a body of men as eould be jM
together in any country. They were
well dressed, well bred, and made a
fine impression. We need not feel
ashamed when real Oklahonians jjo
away from home as' they are the
eipials of the people of any country
on earth; it is when we bunt up freaks
such as the country never saw- when
harm is done.
No one misunderstood the little
pleasantry of the hor. The affair
niitfht have occurred with a like group
of New Yorkers or men from any of I
j East Bound.
No. 210. Meteor. SL Louis ,
No. 414, Meteor, Kansas City
No. 412. St Louis Express
Safety, security and ubso'.ute reliability assured customers. Every cour
tesy extended, consistent with conservative banking. Accounts of banks,
corporations and individuals solicited.
. C. W. Smith
L. D. Marr
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
S. W. Marr
C. N. Wickizer
T. C. Wickizer
J. V. Smith
. . . 9:5S p.m.
. .. 2:56p.m.
n. 409, Meteor, Texaa S:3S a.m.
413. Meteor. Texaa 3:56 a.m.
No. 411. Expreaa, Oklahoma and Texaa.. 4:15p.m.
( A. V. L W. Trains, Tulsa to Enid.
! ' Arrive. , ,
.fo. 61S, Enid Pasaena-cr 425 a.m.
No. S4. Local Freight &40 a.m.
No. 614. Paasenver i:4fi p.m.
No. 660. Loral freight 60 p.m.
'Ticket sold to all part of the world and bag--mute
checked to destination. For rates, routes
or other information, address C. E. Stroiivella,
Avent. Tulsa, I. T.. or F. E. Clark, diviaian pas
senger agent, Wichita, Kansas.
. Midland Valley Railroad.
No. 1. Daily Fassenger West 4:21 B.m.
No. 2. Daily Passenger East 8 J a.m.
No. 25. Freight West 12:40 p.m.
24. Local Freight East UKW a.m.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas.
No. 98. arrive at 10:00 a.m.
Na SJ6. Freight 12:06 p.m.
Na 91, arrive at 2:40 p.m.
No. 535. Freight 10:45 a.m.
Achison, Topeka Santa Fc.
No. 222. North. K. C. and Chicago Ex-
prees, leave Tulsa 7:30 a.m.
No. 2!0 depart 1:40 p.m.
No. 221. So. Passenger, arrive Tulsa.... . 7::p.m.
No. 207 arrive 12:S0 p.m.
Na 2t. North Freigkt leave Tulsa ... 7:35 p.m.
Na 263. 8a Freight, arrive Tulsa 520 p.m.
Graduate University of Illinois. .
DR. HART GREEN FISKE,
Otriee Blake'y Building, 3 to 5. ' ,
DR. MART E. GREEN.
OfHee Blakey Bnildinp, 10 to 12.
I ' i I Resjdence, 3 to 5 p, of:
Phone, 29$4 . 7th ind Cheyenne Ave.
The Drug Store of
:. i.mop & Co.
Is now Open for Business
a LARGE STOCK of Patent Medi
cines, Toilet Articles, Radium
and other Mineral Waters, Cigars '
and Tobacco. Third Street, near
Midland Valley Depot. City Gas In
spector E. L. Roop will have his of
fice in store.
CARLE SHAVE SHOP
Strictly Union. First Class Work.
Near Corner Main aud East First Street
Ideal Pressing Club .
Suit'7. Egan Building- "
Sdta Cleaned and Pressed- ;
Careful Work, . .
Club.fiatea, er MonthJ: - . j
Bcntley & Pratter