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TULSA DAILY WORLD
THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1905.
1110 ir Stafford
Oi. vvo days more in which to buy your Christmas
Gifts. The Crawford Store is the place to buy
I ' u . It P.R f! TTfTl vn
K. .k , J;. 1 He. 19c, 2.r)c 3.r)c, 48c,
i ti.'ic each.
75f, $1.(0 . SO. $2,00, $3.00, $.r),00,
5 7.50 each .
JO :, 15c, 19c, 2.r)c, 35c, 48c each.
35c, 60c, CSc, 8,r)c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.48, $2.50 per yard.
$1,00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $5.00, $7.50,
$1.00, $2.48, $3.98, $4.98, $7.50, $10.00
Don't fail to hear
St. Louis Orchsstra
in our store
from 7:30 to 9
25c, 35c, 50c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
' HAND BAGS. ,
25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.98, -$3.98',
5c. 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
CSc, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.00, $3.00,
to $0.50 dozen.
$2.50, $3.50, $4.50, $17.50, $22.50,
Special Prices Friday and Saturday.
Friday and Saturday we will make special prices. It will pay you to investigate
Our Basement -Here you will find toys, dolls, games, China ware, vases and
fancy articles at the lowest cash prices.
you a mer
The Crawford Store
i Ing tales
The hliilt'liml clt'lepitOH lire Iiiiiiu'
I'l'iHii llicir trip to Washington and
nrc I'ffMiliii'r t In territory towns with
liits of their history the past two
j Wagoner lias started a L'.'i.Olltl cluh.
Aceoiilin to the News, Wayoner is
noiiitf to push Muskogee nil' ihc ma)
, into the (Jraml river, '
( 'la relief It. Pontius, editor 'of
the Muskogee I'hoenix, Admiral of
the M nskoyeet inn war licet, Colonel
of the National (iuard, ''et eetery,"
arrived in Tulsa yesterday afternoon
on the ood Ship Mary P., which
east anchor in the Arkansas Hay. An
admiral's salute of thirteen nuns was
lired hy the armored cruiser, Koakit
t uu in, and the jolly old tars held
quite a juhilce down on the levee as
the admiral was rowed ashore hy his
aide seameii. The Admiral was on
short leave a few hours hut after a
brief time spent anion? the land lub
bers sailed away to Muskogee with n
carifo of nails.
Chaunccy Komcii is in .leuks this
.lames I '.i i wen is in Ihnllesville on
W. Y. Miller of Itauiona is visiting
V. (i. Patten of Kl liYno is rczis.
tered at the Kohinsnn.
(1. ('. Probst leaves for Indiana to
morrow for the holidays.
Dr. Speck oj' Pawhuska was a visit
in sr'K Ik in this city this week.
Airs. Willie Hurtoii will spend the
holidays in Muskogee, with her moth
er. Airs, (icrahline Piersol Foremaa is
hick at her home on the south side to
day. Airs. .1. Tilton and son will spend
the holidays in Kansas with her par
ents. Miss Z. Taylor is cnaued at the
Harris Kaeket store during the holi
days. Tom Owens is hack from Still
water college to spend the holidays
Air. and Mrs. Y. M. Frederick will
send next week at Hiireka Springs,
Harry Hill of Ochclata and Mary
Hill of Stillwater are registered at
Mrs. Mcl.auuhlin ami daughter
leave for Missouri this week to spend
the holiday season.
Mr. and Mrs. .lolm Smiley leave
today fur Tennessee where they will
spend the holidays.
The h'e. .!. 11. N. t'ohh, presiding
elder id' the M. K. church, is in the
city today on business.
Colonel A. II. Stevens, I raveling
freight au'cut of the Central of (ieor
ia line, is in the city today.
Miss Kdith l'Yyi'i hcrm and Mis.-.
Marie liat'tou are assisting at the
Harris Uackct store this week.
Coh nel .li'hu 1 ;i is of Chircmoie '
is in l'c city on business and is the
Uiiest . .f llr. mid Mrs. W. M. Wilson. 1
Kditi'i- (lallennue of the TuUa
Tunes left last niirht for Salisbury, j
Missouri a nl w ill k tern w ith his lain
ily .u .M we -k.
. S. N. Pr;;'icis U happy in luniiiii,
his uitc and family come here to I
live. They not in this week from Colo- I
i ado Springs, Colorado.
Cieore ( lutekiieiist. Jr.. formerly
i.wncr of the Palace (Irocery. and now
on the rond for a laiye grocery con
eorii. is jroinjt to iiit traveling and
hmite aain in Tulsa, llis plans will
In made fully known after his return
'from a trip to Missouri.
Marie. l.uWuc and Mark Mcllcury
will be here this week from school
at Hillside, to spend Christmas with
their mother, Mrs. (iracc Mcllcury.
I'M. Kuan received a letter this
nioruimr from P. .1. Iloa.u'laiid slating
that the latter 's mother, who was
thought to be living, is much belter.
The Misses h'lo ami Katie North
pit home last n iu lit from Stillwater
college and will spend the holidays
with their parents, Alderman and
Mrs. ('. II. Smith, of ( iaiiiesville,
Texas, will siny at the M. H. chinch,
south, on Sunday next, morning and
eveuiuif. Mrs. Smith s considered
one of the most accon.i'ished sunn
stresses in the Siinnv South.
High grade Perfumes in nice, dain
ty cut glass bottles, at
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
SOLD FINE PIANOS.
Handsome Crown Pianos were sold
today to Mr. and Airs. David Hode
and to their daughter, Mrs. Clarissa
Hell. The sale was made by the Platt
Stalon Company, which just now is
placinu many pianos in Tulsa homes.
LIGHT HOUR DAY NOTICE.
Notice is hereby i:iven that the Car
penters' Local Tnion, No. !M,'l, has
adopted the eifrht-hoiir day and 117 1-2
cents per hour on and after March
lirst. llHHi. (it
YOU ARE WORRIED
to know what to buy. Take your
troubles to J. A. Owcr.s, the Jeweler.
Remember we sell our holiday goods
for the same price our competitors
paid fcr theirs. .J. F. Ayars Second
New Christmas Ooods being receiv
ed every day at C. M. Harris' Racket
Prices the most reasonable in town
on holiday goods at the Shackle Drug
Mr. A. II. Shaver ami Miss Mamie
Maybell, both of this city, were unit
ed in marriage at the home of the
bride oil West Second street by the
li'cv. .1. II. Piiill. The bride is a popu
lar ytmnjr lady who has benn connect
ed with a local printing olliee for
some lime, and the yrooni is an engi
neer with the liea-Kead Milling ('o.
The happy yoiinjr couple will reside
on lioulder, between Kiirhlh and Ninth
streets, where they will he at home
to their friends.
Frank Maybell, an engineer on the
Santa Fc railroad, and son of C. !,.
Maybell of this city, was married
yesterday at 12 o'clock, noon, at Flor
ence, Kansas, to Miss Jessie Sanders
id' that place. The youiifr couple are
expected in Tulsa tonight at ! o'clock
on a visit to the p m's parents.
Mr. Pavid Livingston Clements
and Miss Mila Couchessa Marshall,
both of ibis city, were united in mar
riage yesterday, at 1 :'.W o'clock, by
the Kev. Randolph Cook. The wed
ding was consummated at the home of
the bride, and only relatives were
Very many handsome and useful
Siil'ts were presented the young cou
ple who left on the afternoon tram
for ltroken Arrow, from whence they
will pi to (lardeu City, Missouri, ie
turnintr early in FebYiiary to make
their residence here.
Things do move lively at Purant,
according to the News, which says:
"Saturday night was ushered in by
a scrap at the Hed Light lunch coun
ter on lower Main street, and the only
information given to the News report
er today by Patrolman Anderson is
that Christmas boo.e was the bottom
of it. For a lime stools and chairs
called the attention of the crowd, and
when the aggressor went away it re
reiiiired two or more court plasters
to cover the wounds on the face. It
was all settled this morning before
Police Judge Poole.
There is an honest disciple of Ks
calapius in Davis who says that he
knows a rich man who imagines that
he is made of glass and is always
afraid be will break to- pieces. The
glass man is perfectly sane and sound
on every subject under heaven. His
relatives nor the attending physicians
are able to explain the glass man's
Heads of families desiring to build
in Tulsa should inquire about the
first-class lots on easy and cheap
terms in the Friend & Gillette addi
Toilet and Manicure Sets at
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
WATCHES FOR BOYS I
FREE I FREE I FREEI
'PI . ... 'IV .1 1 Pi! .. I .1
4 in iiiihii uuuiuoii Known as lie Pa- h c..k.-:u
Fri 1 & Gillette is for nar.ies bnild- 1 Fr Getting SubSCHptlOllS
iug homes. Such can purchase lots for the Kansas City
on easiest and best terms. tf j Weekly Journal.
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.'
BE WISE and buy your holiday
SHACKLE DRUG CO.
OFFER TO BOYS
Any boy who will secure ten new
subscriptions for The Kansas City
Weekly Journal at 25 cents per year
each, making a total of $2.50, and will
send the full amount to us together
with the names and addresses, we will
mail to his address postage prepaid a
beautiful watch named "The Pride."
Description as follows:
The "Pride" is a model 16 size stem
set, stem wind, lever escapement watch
with nickel finished movements. The
case is finished in nickel, engine turned
with shield design in center, and is fully
guaranteed for one year under ordinary
Write names and addresses plainly
and send money by postofliee order or
draft, and address all communications
to The Kansas City Journal, Kansas
MT Please take note that names
must be sent in all in one list and
money must be sent with them, or we
cannot send you the premium.
The Kansas City Journal
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Don't forget our up-to-date Per
fumes. , . . SHACKLE DRUG' CO.
THE BEE HIVE STORE
Sells goods as cheap as any of the so-called only bargain buyers to catch
suckers. Any man that is not asleep on his rights can clearly see that
we are right, by pricing the other tellows' goods and then getting our
price. We wish to say right here that we make a good fair profit on
everything we sell. We are not selling goods for our health but for
the money we make out of them. Do not come to us unless you want
to pay us a fair profit. Come and see, us; we . will treat you right.
Yours for a square deal and fair play, -
YEAQER & COMPANY, PROPRIETOR
CORNER FIRST AND MAIN
TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY
Miller's Candy Kitchen
Has been transformed into
SANTA CLAUS CAFE
A fitting place to visit on your. Holiday.,
crusade. If you want to see one of the
pretty sights of Christmas times you will
stop at Santa Claus Cafe and see the splen
did display of Christmas candies.
Miller's Candy Kitchen
The Hoo-Hoo Cat Says
THE WEATHER, Friday-fair
But Indications are pointing to the fact that
Keen Kutter Knives
are of the finest quality. For sale by the
The Tulsa Hardware Company
Headquarters for Wood, Coal and Gas Stoves
We have just what you are look
ing for, something good, service
able, not too expensive and withal
a handsome and appropriate gift
to your friend, brother, sisterpar
ents or relatives. If you want
something good for your money
and a Christmas gift worth pos
sessing, come to the
Hardware and Supply Co.
The people who want quality in- fc
k stead of quantity and richness fc
iciuiei uiciii msue win mm our q
shelves loaded with things that are k
worth while. You will find noth- ?
ing here which smacks of the fake
sale or the traveling auctions. Let
us show you our Christmas goods K
and you will be assured of satis-
faction on Christmas dav. ?
THE LEADING JEWELER $
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