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THURSDAY, DEC. 21. 1905.'
TULSA DAILY 'WORLD
Local News Notes
Jack Spratt and his wife keep all the
platters clean at the Oxford.
See Haworth for furniture, repair
ing and upholstering. Corner north
Third and Boston.
The Tulsa meat market fresh oysters
25 cents per pint, at Wallace & Co. tf
Have that picture framed
Ring 78 for a reliable undertaker.
C. 0. Eaton, Robert McBirney, as
sistant. Fainting of all kinds done by Walker,
the painter. 11 tf
We always have fresh fish for Fri
day, at Wallace & Son. tf
Extremely low prices on Furni
ture this month at Johnson & Eaton's
Send your wagon for an order of
rubble to the Osage Stone Co. They
have the stone ready for delivery, tf.
Mayo's are laying away
Xmas presents already. 57tf
150 new Jewel gas ranges and heat
ers for sale by Hale-Reynolds Hard
ware & Supply Co., from $1.50 up. tf
Any thing, any time, any price, at
Fresh bread, pies and cakes daily at
the Schmidt Bakery. 85
If any house can beat us, we are
from Missouri and must be shown. The
If you want some nice stain work
done at your home or office, see Walk
er, the painter, 11 tf
For good porterhouse steak, call up
62, you will get what you order, at
Wallace & Co. tf
Try bread from the Schmidt Bakery,
East First street. 85
Send your wagon for an order of
rubble to the Osage Stone Co. They
have the stone ready for delivery, tf.
Buy a piano of Platt-Sta-ton
Music Co. and receive
votes on the library. tf
Fine two-story residence for sale
at Harris' Racket store, $1.50.
Money to Loan on Tulsa Real Es
tate. This is not building and loan
money. "You get all you borrow,"
84 Romine-Buol Investment Co.
Our prices on holiday goods are so
low that they astonish everybody. J.
F. Ayars, Second Street.
Do you need a heater? Try one ' of
Mowbray & Winterringers combination
gas and coal heaters. The best made.
No more appropriate Xmas present
than a nice box of perfume. Ayars
has it. Second street.
The Hannon newstand in the post
office is the place to get your newspa
pers and periodicals of all kinds.
The Schmidt Bakery for genuine rye
Cakes, pies, tarts, cookies and can
.dies at the Schmidt Bakery. 85
Walker, the painter, does good paint
ing. See him. 11 tf
Before buying Xmas presents see
our line and get our prices. J. F.
Ayars, Second Street.
The popular furniture store owned by
Johnson & Eaton are stocking up big.
They have just received a fine consign
ment of fall and winter matting, etc.
Have your clothes pressed and clean
ed at the Ideal $1.00 a month.
Mayo's for furniture, car
pets and undertaking. 57tf
Flag the Schmidt bread wagon. 85
Do you want something piquant
Something dainty? Try the Oxford.
Ladies invited to look at Mission din
ing room window in Johnson & Eaton's
store. 58 tf
Call us up any time as we carry
meats, fresh oysters, etc. Especial
lines to accommodate our trade, at
Wallace & Co. tf
For immediate loans on business
and residence property, see 8. J. ftlch-J
ardsoh, finite 4, figan nnuaing, ; ii
Mistletoe, Holly, Needle Pines,
Wreathings, Wreaths and Christnuf
Decorations of all kinds at the Busy
The Tulsa Fish & Oyster Market
is now equipped with a telephone, No.
371, and you may telephone all your
orders to that number and be assured
of a prompt d.livery of anything in
-the fish, oyster or meat line. The deli
cacies of the season may be had for
your ' Christmas dinner. Give us a
call and you will be one of our regu
lar customers. Remember Phone 371.
J : . - -
Santa Clans in South Window of
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
M'COY SAYS MAGAZINE IS O. K.
"lil not that jar vim, citizens of
I refer to the article published yes
terday in your contemporary, 'The
1 taily Democrat."
The writer of the article simply
displayed that lie is not acquainted
with explosive powder or the method
of handling nitroglycerine. That it
is one of the most powerful explo
sives known to science is known es
pecially anions men who have follow
ed the oil country for thirty-five years
and it is the only explosive that
can he used effectively in increasing
the How of either oil or gas or water.
The reason for this is that its pow
er is so great and yet so limited as
to distance. To illustrate, 1 will cite
some instances of the effects follow
ing explosions. A wagon load of
about Kti) quarts exploded, annihilat
ing the driver, wagon, horse, except
the head of the horse and the bridle.
The head lay in the road directly be
neath where the horse was standing
with bridle on it. The writer has
been within a mile and a half of
three nitro-glyceriiie factories con
taining thousands of quarts of the
explosive and only felt a jar.
Within a month a magazine con
taining a large amount of this dread
ed stuff exploded within a mile of
Butler, Pennsylvania. A few panes
of glass were broken, yet people with
in five hundred feet were not injur
ed in the least.
The magazine complained of is two
and one-half miles from the Frisco
depot, with several liilfs intervening.
It is in a ravine on the north side of
a large hill which would throw the
whole force of the explosion in a
direction away from town.
Who inspired the article 1 cannot
say; positively I can give a good
guess. The motive for it I cannot
guess. The magazine is there to stay
unless the courts of the territory
say it shall go after hearing the tes
timony of men who know all about
nitro-glycerine and its explosive ef
fects. I will explode "00 quarts of glycer
ine at my magazine and pay for all
damage done in the city of Tulsa if
the writer of the article will pay for
the stuff. I will further guarantee
to stand at the A. 1$. Smith No. 1
well, 500 feet from the magazine,
during the explosion.
As to the amount of glycerine in
the magazine nobody is supposed to
know, because it is nobody else's bus
iness. I have had no kick, from any per
son or from any quarter relative to
the location of this magazine until,
the article in 'yesterday's Democrat.
Our holiday goods are going fast
but we still have a good assortment,
cheaper than ever. J. F. Ayars, Se
Home builders can secure good lots
on best terms in the Friend & Gillette
My cut glass is going fast. J. A.
Owens, the Jeweler.
Pictures and picture moulding. Tul
sa Decorating Co. 84
Painters and Paperhangers, we can
do your work Satisfactorily. Tulsa
Decorating Co. 84
Glass, Glass, Glass,
TULSA DECORATING CO.
Shackle has an immense line of
candies at reasonable prices for Christ
mas. See Shackle. tf
If you don't believe a hardware
store can supply Christmas presents,
just look at the McClure-Oraef Hard
ware Store's windows, and yon will
see the most suitable gifts in . t'.ie
2,000 pounds fancy mixed candy di
rect from the factory at 10 cents to
$2.00 a pound. ' Many oranges, ap
ples, pears, grapes, and nuts of all
kinds at the Busy Bee. 84
: Hariiand China Dinner1 Bets for
sale at C. M. Harris' Racket store. .'
ft'' .: , r"-
1 Ixits in Friend k Gillete Addition
on best terms to persons wanting to
build homes.. tf
Wanted A woman to rome to the
house to do washing. Apply at Mar-
chal House. " S6
Hare yon seen those beautiful de
corated Indian Baskets filled with de
licious Busy Bee Chocolates the fin
est line of fancy box chocolates in
Tulsa at the Busy Bee. 84
Walker, the painter. That's all. 42tf
For Rent Furnished front ,orq
for Ught housekeeping. 224? Nbftji
All our regular customers are en
titled to their annual calendar-Mt'tnls
bank. . Please call. t ,
82 Farmers National Bank.
Shackle Drug Company have now
on sale for Christmas, finest, up-to-date
line of box candy ever brought
to Tulsa, ranging from 1-4 to 10 lb.
boxes. We have them all.
Lowney's, Alligrettis, Plow's Buy
lets, Margaret's, Seward's, Peters',
Fletcher's, Gunther's, Switzer's, Lo
tus Cream Company's, Gibb's, Rant
er's, Mackintosh's, Clark & Harris',
Runklo's Phelp's, Gousset's, Marine
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
COUNCIL SECURED A LOAN.
Farmers' National Bank Loaned $2,
000 For City Hall.
The city council met this afternoon
in special session ami voted a loan
of 2,000 fur the city hall building.
The money was needed to complete
the building, he Farmers' National
hank came to the rescue with the re
quired loan at a very nominal rate
A Jolly Dance.
'About twenty couples enjoyed a
dance at the opera house last night,
given by the "Jolly Two," and trip
ped the light fantastic until after
midnight. Many present were from
a distance and all the young people
testitted to a first-class time.
See those fine opera glasses at
Owen's Jewelry Store.
Just think how bad you will feel
Christmas morning if you don't get
something nice for your girl. You
can get it at Owen's Jewelry Store.
Wall Paper, Paints,
Varnishes, Glass & Pictures, . .
Practical Painters' & Decorators. V
TULSA DECORATING COMPANY.
Carpenters, Painters, and House
Owners, Call and see
Us before buying. "7
We will treat
The Daily World subscription price
for a year is $4.00. This is. not a cheap
bargain counter offer but Btands good
365 days in the year.,.
Model Steam Laundry
Henry Anderson, Prop. - )
West South First Street ; ,
Phone 88 Tulsa, I. T,
LADIES: I am ready to do your .
fancy sewing and dressmak
ing. I guarantee to please you
MISS CORA WILKIN
Over Schmidt Bakery. E. First and BoHton
For this week, end
ing Sat., -Dec. 23d,
I will sell as follows
, A TON OF
' Mixed ennrty, per pound, Sc.
Fine candy, 8 l-3c, 10c, 15c and
20c per pound. -: '.
Many nice apples. Ben Davis
apples, per peck, 50c. Missouri
Pippins, 60c per peck. , ... .
20 lbs. Granulated Su":ir, ...... 1.00
1 lb. Bulk Creamery Buttery.'. . : . .25
1 lb. Jop Head Kiee, 6 1-2
10 Bars Lenox Soap, .25
25c Package Gold Dusl,', ...... .20
1 Package Sea Dust, .4 . . . .10
30 lbs. Princess Flour, . , .1.1Q
3 Cans Blackberries, .25
1 Can Gooseberries,'' . .'. .'. '.10
4 Cans Corn, ............... ... .25
1 Case Canned Corn, , . . .1.50
1 Can Tomatoes, .... .10
2.')c Coffee this week .20
1 lb. Holland's Special Java
Blend Coffee, . . . . ; .... .17. 1-2.
3 lbs Holland's Mocha and Java
, Blend I........... 1.00
lib. Holland's Special Coffee, .,.11
Breakfast Bacon, per-lb,, ... . .-. . .16
Picnic Hams, per lb., 10
fjvrup, per gallon, ..'135
alumet Bakimr Powder. . . .15.
4 Can Peas, .... 45
2 Cans String Beans, '. . '.15
Bulk Starch, per lb., .. ... . -.OS
Cicero L Holland
BIG POLITICAL FIGHT
OdelJ Declares War and Is Organiz
; ing Forces.
Nejw York, Dec. 21. The greatest
political light since 1 S 1 was begun
by the declaration of (!ov. lliggins
yesterday for James W. Wadsworth,
Jr., is speaker for the assembly. Mr.
lliggins4 part in this movement is as
sumed to he taken, in harmony with
tliw views of Washington, Kx-(lov.
Udell's friends say it i the adminis
tration against State Chairman Odell.
Odell came to town from Newburg
on tie first train today to organize
his forces for the speakership light. In
I spite1 of the fact that (lov. lliggins,
President Roosevelt, (leorge W, Dunn
mid iili the Piatt element of the K'e
piihljeau machine are for Wadsworth.
Mr. dcll is for his own man, Asseni
hlynian F.dwnrd A. Merrit, Jr., of
Potsdam, ami he means to tight for
him to the hitler end. He held numer
ous conferences today willi Senator
Malb.v. Assemblyman Merrill ami
others. He would not say a word for
Despite all this, however, it seems
eleai' that Odell and Merrill are beat
en. 'Senator Plait has declared him
self nut of it and has gone to Hot
Springs, Ya. The administration and
liov.J liggins have most of his follow
ing. LOOK AT THIS.
Given away every Wednesday and
Saturday. With every 5c purchase
you jreceive a coupon which entitles
you to a chance on 1-2 pound box of
Bon Sons or 25c worth of Cigars.
MILLER'S KANDY KITCHEN.
For cisterns or brick side-
Walks see or write S. L. Pat-
67 tf '
TIh led ami most suitable gifts for
Christmas or New Year at the Mc-(.'iire,-(lraef
Hardware Store. tf
Fine Chamber Sets at Cut prices
C. M. Harris' Racket Store. 84-3
To our prices on Holiday Goods.
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
Indian Curios and
'Special sale now on for the next 30
days. 25 per cent off on the real In
dian fancy work. Moccasins and sofa
pillows. All kinds of hand work and
' 1 Souvenir Postal Cards
rjf'yrography outfits for sale here.
Moccasins, all sizes.
J. C. CONSTANTINE
With the Baker Drug Co.
fug CITY SCAVENGER
Informs all parties needing him
that they can leave word at
at the Palace Hotel or World
office or call up Phone 353.
TOM ANDERS, City Scavenger
Douglass Plumbing Co.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting, Sewer and
With Steven Hardware Co.
Phone No. 271
Tulsa, 1. T.
Every man In them day of atran-.
uoua striving for aucceas nrrda to
b properly clothed. '
A well dremied man I received
aod rrapected hi every community
' r Clothes
give to every man a clean cut ap
pearance because they are made t
tat him from special measure
ments to meet the requirements
of his own form.
Come In and let us show you our
mannificent display of fabrics.
' SUITE 7-EGAN BUILDING.
i 1 1 . 1 1 "
; Ten Cents
; On Inaertion
I 25 Cents
, Six IniMirtiunii
If you advertise a "want"
receive a reply, the article sought is not to be naa in luisa
FOK RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms, bet. (!th and 7th on Detroit. In
quire at the premises or of J. F. Avars,
druggist, Second street between Main
and Boston. 50-tf
FOR RENT-Desk room and room
adjoining. Phone, beat and light. En
quire room 8, 1), 10 Froug building.
C. Lewis Wilson.
FOR RENT -A vacant store room on
Second street between Cincinnati and
Detroit. Suitable for store room or
shop. Well located and new.
Enquire of Dr. Wilson, over City Nat'l
TO RENT-Room, suitable for store.
Inquire owner of Trimble building.
For Rent Room, with or without
board, lurnished or unfurnished, at
Cincinnati Hotel, corner Third and
Cincinnati. Apply at Hotel.
Lost or Stolon. I will pay 100 re
ward for earrings lost and no ques
tions will he asked if returned to
Eagle Hotel, Tulsa. 78
LOST Watch fob; ladys' gold
vyaleh fob. Lost Monday afternoon
on Main street. Finder return to the
World ollice and receive reward, (il
Lost A 22 target rille, Stevens
make,. I.osl Sunday between the city
ami Cedar Island on the Arkansas
river, r inner will he rewarded ny re
turning to Democrat ollice. H."
Found A pair of silver rimmed
glasess in front of Baker & Schoppe
pool hall on Main street, today. Own
er can have same by calling at the
World ollice, paying for this notice,
and proving ownership.
FOU SALK Two first class tick
ets to St. Louis, suitable for lady and
two children. Good until Dec. 2li.
Apply at Marchal House. (it
For Sale. Lease on hotel with ovoi
20 rooms. Doing a good business.
Furnished complete. Apply at World
For Sale or Lease SO acres of land
near Vinita, I. T in 12-2.V20. 30
acres is surplus land Will sell "0
and lease 80. All good farming land.
It. J. Vann, Fast Side Cafe.
Autumn styles of "Queen Quality" Shoes exhibit special fea
tures throughout. New designs, new heels, new edge effects have been
added and the assortment now premti an unusually complete range
of styles, from which to make a selection. Patent leather for dress
and semi-dress. Gun metal and kid for general wear in Blucher,
Button and Lace designs are all represented, perfect In fit, luxurious
ly comfortable and economically priced.
$3.00 and $3.50
Mayo's Furniture Company
Finest Car in the
Day Phone 104
in these columns, and fail to
For Salo Two first class tickets,
Tulsa to Indianapolis, Iml., for sale
i cheap. Apply to Marcluil House. 78
! For Sale. Five year lease on 50
acres of good tanning land near Ad
air. See H. J. Viinn, care East Side
FOR SALE Pony, buggy and har
1 ness. Pony is a good single driver.
win sen cucap. enquire lor Mrs.
Miller, cor. Slh and Cheyenne street.
WANTED-Apprentice girls to learn
' dressmaking. Apply at the Emporium,
, East Second street. tf
j WANTED-A capable stenographer,
j Apply to N. J. Gubser, over City Na
i tional Rank.
WANTED- 20,000 bushels of corn.
Apply to A. Arthur.
I CIS 1 KK No -Made as vou want
them. Sidewalks, curbs, guttering,
wells dug. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Leave orders at Baker's Drug Store.
Wanted Boys from 12 to To years
old. for vested choir in Kpiscopal
church, to meet at Mrs. Short's stu
dio on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Musical training free. Money re
muneration. Wanted Driver at the
Cleaning Works, 410 North
cor. Denver avc.
Wanted A twelve hundred house
ami lot, well located. Will pay rash.
We have customers for farm and city
property. Probst & Bowen, Malcolm
Wanted To exchange city procrty
for I'a nil land. Will give or take
cash difference. Probst & Bowcn,
Malcolm building. tf
Wanted Vou to know we will build
vou a -home, buy a farm or lift a mort
gage, furnish money to improve busi
ness property. Kasy monthly pay
ments. fS.IIO per month per thousand,
which includes interest. United States
Installment Kealty Co., Minneapolis,
Minnesota. Address M. I). Mather,
Box 20(i, Tusa, Indian Teerritory. 80
Wanted To rent neat looking 4
it ." room residence. Enquire at The