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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

; Tulsa Pate? World. Vol.I. No. 83. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSSDAYT DECEMBER 21, 1905. Five Cents Per Copy. You Will find The Handsome Stores of The Tulsa Enterprising Merchants filled With Varied and Appropriate Fillers for The Christmas Stocking HUB NOW EXPOSES RYAN RYAN ACCUSED OF USING SUR PLUS Of WASHINGTON LIFE. STARTLING DISCLOSURE Prosecutor Hughes Has Paul Morton And Other Prominent Men on The Track. New York, Dec. 21. All the time that the legislative insurance invest i gating commit tea has been exposing the employment of policy holders' f money by ollieers of the various com i panics for their own benefit, Thomas F. Hynn is alleged to have be"! using the surplus of the Washington Life company, which he purchased early this year. That was the most sensa tional testimony today be lore the Armstrong investigating committee. Ryan's sons, composing the firm of A. A. Ryan & Co., brokers, managed the syndicates in which the Washingtons Life's money was employed, and act...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

2 THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1905. TULSA DAILY WORLD Nichols Transfer Co. Transfer and Freighting of all Kinds Tlu people are making J. A. Ow en' Jewelry Mme liemliiiai ters for (heir holiday shopping. If yu k('I u in. is present that comes from Owens' Jewelry store, you may lie iroiul of it, for time will tell it is lirst-eliixH an I tliil not ci.nie from a bargain house. J. A. OWKN'S, The Jeweler. A Homo Institution which wants your Business. Walker, the painter, in one of the painters who will suit you. 11 tf ANNA CLOUD, Graduate Optician ft Headquarters for Xmas o i. i i tt,, rn Owens Jewelry Store "Everything in toys forgirls and boys' Office and Factory of Fair Ground Addition Now On the Market This property is four blocks west of Main street, conveniently located to business portion of town; consists of 30 beautiful residence lots with perfect title. Will sell for 2fl per cent chcapor than any proporty in the city. For full particulars call on Major E. H. Poe, exclusive agent, at Poe...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

THURSDAY, Wfl. 21, 1905. TULSA DAILY WORLD 3 v 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 City Property 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 Farm Lands 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 ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

4 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 $12.00. 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. Next to the Post Office Open of Evenings the Ktat. No one iii WashitiLlim rais- ' interpreted tin little excaj'aile arid no 'niif tlien iiimiiu-n the H'nle nt' the t...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

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 at Mayo's. 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 Big Storo. 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 the Oxford. Fresh bread, pies and cakes daily at the Schmidt Bakery. 85 If any hous...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

f 6 TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1905. BALTIC PROVINCES IN REVOLT TROOPS IE HIR ED FORWARD Extraordinary Conditions Prevail Throughout The Empire of The Ciar The Throne Is Threatened and The Proletariat Is in the Saddle and Carrying All Before It I tl'Mlilf ii mi v furio si. I'clcisliiir-, I Iff. the hliilfinciil lluit tui are Winy mmi! to tin' Itnltic riiucs it is It'iinicil i hat iiii Midi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' i' nl' troops is avniliilili'. The government 1 1 II is si'lll I (i li'fiillll'llls from St. Vt- crsliiii-!' in reply In tin frantic ii-m-hIs I'm- reinforcements, lint it is fiilisiili'l'i'il tun ilnnt'l'iMis In deplete I In garrison of tin' capital nuy fur ther during 1 1 it iris'ii I crisis and the government ran only await I lu arrival of the Cossacks and oilier 1 rM i is which nit' being hurried for ward liv (icncral l.incvitch I ruin Man churia. In the meantime tin govcrn ini'iit 's I'car is that the rebellion that is extending southward Inward the I'nlish frontier...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

TULSA DAILY WORLD 7 THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1905. Christmas Gifts! THAT IS WE HAVE THEM Gift Books for children, girls, women, boys and men. Dolls, Toys, Games, Bibles, Ink Wells, Fountain Pens, Sationery and all that goes to make a Xmas Tree complete and not so without them. We also bought a part of a bankrupt stock of new ideas in Fancy Box Paper, and offer it to you at what it would cost us direct. Don't miss looking over our line before you buy. It will pay you. Call, Call, Call, and hurry before it is all picked over. We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Tulsa Bookstore AT THE POSTOFFICE THOUGHTS ON Ml SIMS GIVING GIFTS TO POOR, SICK AND NEEDY The True Christmas Spirit Is The One Which Carries Happiness And Joy Where There Is Misery and Sorrow-Persons Who Do This Are Doubly Blessed Themselves The spirit (if Christmas is uhrnnd in the laud, permeating everything and everybody with its influences, and infusing new thoughts, new ideas, new resolves and new purposes into ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 December 1905

8 TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY, DEO. 21, 1905. CHRISTMAS AT 1110 ir Stafford itoir Oi. vvo days more in which to buy your Christmas Gifts. The Crawford Store is the place to buy i - 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. IBRELLAS. 75f, $1.(0 . SO. $2,00, $3.00, $.r),00, 5 7.50 each . J CTURES. JO :, 15c, 19c, 2.r)c, 35c, 48c each. TABLE LINENS. 35c, 60c, CSc, 8,r)c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.48, $2.50 per yard. BLANKETS. $1,00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 pair. FURS. $1.00, $2.48, $3.98, $4.98, $7.50, $10.00 Don't fail to hear The St. Louis Orchsstra in our store Tonight from 7:30 to 9 GLOVES. 25c, 35c, 50c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 $2.50 pair. ' HAND BAGS. , 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.98, -$3.98', $5.00 each. TOWELS. 5c. 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, each. NAPKINS. CSc, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.00, $3.00, to $0.50 dozen. RUGS. $2.50, $3.50, $4.50, $17.50, $22.50, $25.00. LADIES' HATS. Special Prices Friday and Saturday. Friday ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

Tulsa Daily ORLD. Always The Leaders HEADQUARTERS Meat & I 'rod uce Company Tdrpliune No VOL I. NO. UiJ TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, lHOU FIVE CENTS PER. COPT. Whatever the Outcome of Today's Political Battle, Tulsa, the Wonderful, Will Continue on Her Way to a Supreme and Glorious Victory in the New State "The Wants of the World Fill the Wants of the World" Oue Cent a Word u Week. THE ORDER OF EASTERN STAR GIVES BANQUET AND RECEP TION IN HONOR OF GUEST. MRS. SiiODA HUNTER Very Successful Occasion Enjoyed at New State Hotel by Members of the Order. Mrs. Rhoda Huuiiter, grand mat ron of the Order of Eastern Star, is making a tour of tlio Indian Terri tory, visiting all of tin chapters with in hor jurisdiction. On Saturday she was in Tulsa, and on that night visited the Tulsa chap ter and was Riven a reception and a banquet worthy of the 0. E. S. and i he city. A very interesting literary and vo cal and instrumental program suc ceeded the order of regular business, a...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WOlfi.li TITVIY, APIflL.'l, IfiUfi. Casli! Cash! We liny Trunks, Olothinj', ( 'arjH'iitrr'n Tools, Harness, Saddles, Household Omuls (if nil kiud-t, Watches, Pistols, (illllH, Stork (if (Infills, anil iiiiy uliI tl.inir. If you n-I money we can help you mil. We ul.su have a lirst.Tlas.t auctioneer. Come I. nil see u.;. Clay Furniture CO MIANY, ind Moulder St. Tulsa, Ind. Ter. 0OOOOt0CCC0CCO8C i C' t Charles W. Stewart, ? C I ARCHITECT k'ooin Turner in luildin. Tulsa, did. ler. aooooooccoooc dureka Plumbing COA1PANY First-class Work Cuarantocd lliird St. Phone ( hD000OOC0C0CC0C ; MARTINIS ? ; The Druist i East Third St. f i000OC)OOOCC0C Hotel El Detoro s MRS. Ii. HAVIS. I'vop. C.khI. i-lcitii Inilii. ti.'.it ill tin' lily. (lol onlri' niaiiil;iini l. Unlcu itM-mniiiili'. Ii U K I- I! U I M) I NO Corner First aiuiC'mi innali Grand Opera House Vcdncsday, April 4. V.J. MiMill. Presents the famous lonolulu Minstrels AM) EX.RANANGAZA ! 'imh in the nature of explanation. HOTTES...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

TULSA. DAILY WOULD. TUESDAY, Al'lilL 3, l!Hfl. 3 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo i Spring are now all in. We have a Swell Assortment TULSA'S MODERN TAILOR COOOCXXJCOCCOCXXXXXCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO -fr-3 f 'I.iwVMn4'i I IIL mWJi IMLUIILftl lHLf1LL.ll C WORLD'S The Robinson IIB CUR New and complete, with the necessities of a metropolitan shop. I respectfully request my friends and patrons to call. First Class Workmen BATHS Finely Lighted, Well Heated T. I). MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY Lec & Risinger, Prop's. West South 1st St. STATEMENT OF The First National Bankof Tulsa At the Close of Business February 8th, 1900. Resources, Loans and Discounts, United States Bond, Premium on U. S. Bonds, Over Drafts, Cash in Vault 41,814.39 Cash in Banks 8U.447.73 2fl2.837.70 12,500.00 00,000.00 18,417.00 127,202.17 $-151,010.87 $451,010.87 Since taking charge of the First National Bank, the management calls at tention of the public to tho above solid, sound condition of the bank. We in vite new accounts, promis...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

r TtiPA DAILY WORLD. TTKSDAV, Al'ItlL .1, 1001. I " mi TT I tin ULSA )aii.v Wnui n ! ,. . 'llllll llll III, ill' U. BRADY l-ditor and Owner' TRKMS OF SmtSCIUITION. Tl"' U "' illy, exeept in,,., y, (,. w.Lii, ,y carrier $.10 "Hire t"nii:li "'y. '"1' nioiiih. Iiycairier 40 ' ,l( ,1,1,, . .1 ,ily, one year, by mail Il.on in Trimlile Iiiiililinc. Sitom,! St.nil T,,l,.nli,.n,i M,i 'r.; .... ... . . ""i II,,. I, l,ii-y III, in III',' ihtcii m 11111 lui.sa l osinliu-e aa neeoni ,'his.i hiiiIIit. u ire jii l ee teaman nil , mil' 011 ; Wliitlork liewsiiaprr iiicss. the lai LNiON(IAf)U l.c.I Jircss III the 1 v. Ill ti'lTllnl'li prr-M's ami 1 ,e aic ai-. neiii' a. TI KSDAV, AI'IML '', VMM. , 111,111 11111 - W.'il.l A li'i'inihliraii vietiirv Imlav means a (iieiitcr I'nlsa. T.-nil M will lurni.-lj kIitIihii Inilli'liin to tin I j"M mtmmmammmaMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I n I In- linliiiisiiii hotel tonight. ' II II "ill receive II, c (It'll j mi i-t llltis ill III D l';i' mi liv trli ill, i riil .-il...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD. TIT.SDAY, APRIL .1, MOii. JOCCWC0OtCeC n n ft U m IS A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY. pia f I I Has Lfes OIOOOIOOIOOOOI 0 0 PERSONALS. 0 O oeoooioioooi Miss Mabel liynum returned f nun a visit in Iirokon Arrow yesterday. T. J. Daulipnbaii'rli of Kenard, 111., is visiting Dr. S. D. Latham on Third street. J. D. Yates of Kansas City, au'enl fif the Umpire line, is in Tulsa on business. Mrs. Warner and her daughter, Hiss Eleanor, of Joplin, Mo., are in the city looking for a location for a rooming house. Lee Mathews has just returned from I'awhuska, where lie secured the con tract for the plans of the new Masonic Temple nt that place. C. M. Hill, editor of the I'awhuska Capital, was a pleasant visitor at the World office yesterday and today. Mr. is expect in'' a wonderful liooin and tremendous Ktowlli in his town in the very near future. Dr. .T. M. (lallemore of Lexington, Mo., and Romeo (Jallemore, of Larned, i n,('('1' Kansas, are visit inir their br...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD TIT.SUAY, AI'KII. :i. l!)Oii. Tulsa's Professional Directory!! ATTORNEYS AT LAW. I PHYSICIANS AND SURCEONSi OIOOIOIOIO0OOO o! TERRITORIAL WORLD. ! 0 OlOIOtOIOIOIOOOt MARTIN & RICE. A tin "iio :.;.it The .M ii-lo','i c Phoenix uses one ic. T.Ray. Ella r. Ray. " '"'1""""-"" " J il.ite-. Ii.l' i ll V o:ccs, i OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. ' . . ; I'liiHic -y7. i :, a i. MHi.i.-r iridv. r-i!i-iciT w. :. m.- ;.im-- or hnv. s,,,,',. hu-l.u ha.-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 i . I I ! i ( i i'i tI imi dl', .1 hi n t 1 1 1 I ; t ! IiiiiMiu'.'. Suite .'!, Alexander building, Tulsa, Indian Territory L. M. POE, Attorney at Law. DOCTORS GREEN AND PISKE. , .. P., ,1, ,., r . wealth. ' " ' "I ('"Hi' M i'l' S.i, ''li;l, lias lii'iii cn. 1 in;. mai; i:. iiki.i.n ,u, i,,,,,, i, .,,,,, uhiskey. 2" yi .ii- i m i i i r - ii, !.-1 t rti s, j disease . i.r v .,jii'll ju.d li.Mi.-li. I'Mili.r Myi n' Toi.katta lias b. '"I'.'lil lili' l --Mil nriinsl Fililor Kimx "I' I ' I 1 1 1 . . t ' ' . !,,! ,f 111...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

u.ji TULSA DAILY WORLD. Tl'KSHAY. APRIL:?. VMH). WORLD WANT DEPARTMENT "THE WANTS OF THE Thu WOIU.O YV'unt lvpurl.mi'iil is I li WihM'h llurk'iiiu CiiuiiIit llolU'i- n"iilln nu iiIIYi-iiI lu'iv tho twu 'IViTitinii'i. Willi .UK' fiM'i'li". I lie WOlil.H prinU more Waul A.l Hutu mi ON13 CUNT A WORD R)R A i.i.n! v.fU'.. wnr.ls nne'weeU- IT' " l'ifty woi'iIh uiw week - 'Jh- S.'v.Mily-li t' v . J - one week i A,lv.rii,e vnur Kent Kstatu, your Unamend I'liiun in -- y.nir W'iiniK ill l.'ver.v l'ai -liculiir Qwu CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AT THIS LOW RATE FOR SALE Tor Rent Rooms fur liit In nis. keopin;,', furnished or unfurnished. Mrs W. I'-. Scott, South Guthrie, be tween Fourth iukI Fifth b'-.'HHit Foi Sale 11 room hotel nnd res taurant at a bargain. Investigate this. It will pay you. Tho owner sltk and must pell. Call nt Pynum uildinp. Probst & 1 Wen's. 3-21-Ct For Sale Two fresh milch cows. Amdy at Royal Meat Market. 3-13-tf Tor Sale New live-room house, pip ed for gas and water. Price...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 April 1906

55 r , a r. i U . .14 ' . . r Vfc v 54 3: ft? it i m for 55 55 m I 5 4 5 3 rc.-V1 . sttl r,.c . . fc'V is . , V? J5 54 Si! !'! . 33E 5.5 OF THE - - - - tot-r ,';' Hi's V ptfvvjti.'iiH fpif 1 wtUUJ '.M hk N EM W'""' T iff I a. Bt3 mmM 0 " Has Been Booming for Three Weeks, and Well It Should, for We are Giving the People Wonderful Values As our time is limited and we must vacate shortly and leave we are going to slaughter the balance of this Great stock. We have also received in the last two weeks 5,000 worth of our Spring purchase which was bought early and made for use, and it could not be canceled. Men's Furnishings, n 'a H.IHI :m, .'fl.j:. .shins, all tlic h.ti.st rll'ivls, clusiii- out . . 50C ;.". Shirts, all now Spring Stylos, i losing cut 37 A C 1'iV Sniii.i: aul Suniiiioi- rndoiuoar, closini: cut 37'C '"m' l-'iinoy String Tios. aNn loui- in haml 35C :"r I'aiH N Sprint: Slylo Hosiery, all now nods 1 TC u . iv i.-ioti iittish Caitiliriik llamlki'ivliiol's. iK'siiv at. 13C jr. M...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 April 1906

Tulsa Dai Always The Leaders HEADQUARTERS Alcat & Produce Company Tkihuiu Nil XA JU vol. I. no. u;:i TULSA, INDIAN TERKlTOltV, V.'I'.DN KSDAY, Al'IML 1, l!K)fl. FIVE CENTS PER COPT. The Rain of Yesterday Made the Streets of the City Very Slippery and Sriery Which Caused the Feet of Several Candidates to Side From Under Them "The Wants of the World Fill tho Wants of the World" One Cent a Word a Week. Li D. JOHN 0. MITCHELL ELECTED IVOR OF TULSA YESTERDAY lEPUBlMfi ELECTED ? THE CITY COUNCIL IS EVENLY DIVIDED. Ayars Lost by G3 Loudcrback Makes Great Race Hatch Wins Despite Democrat's Tight on Him. Name J. 0. Mitchell J. F. Ayars N. Mitchell 15. l' Rice W. 1). Abbott E. Louderbuek 15. F. Pettus It. A. Trees W. J. Baber Thos. Cooper Jacob Morau K. L. Essley A. Stokes II. M. Price II. Hatch J. II. Myers A. W. Kelt J.-W. Brown W. E. Rohde F. Matbewson 1 J. Yeager J. J. Puck J. A. Yeager W. N. Runiley 1st 2nd ;!rd lib Maj 147 113 219 222 03 210 11") 154 15.1 179 159 2U 229 181 179 123 ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 April 1906

M 5 hi v: a M 4 M eft' re M if W M M M.f M M no M hi L M MJ M 5.5 M M PA fiZJi ZM M MJ M J M M M M J M M MJ MA M MA M MM P. M J-? J 5- J J J 5 3 t sii v rt Clos ing Out OF THE; pi m m p M M Pi . o fil NQ PAN Y Has Been Booming for Three Weeks, and Well It Should, for We are Giving the Peopie Wonderful Values As our time is limited and we must vacate shortly and leave we are going to slaughter the balance of this Great stock. We have also received in the last two weeks $5,000 worth of our Spring purchase which was bought earlv and made for use. and it could not be canceled. Men's Furnishings. -1 !-.! ;1T'. r . 5CC TV S :-. s'.! r-yi '.-; m; : 37C Sjt v.- r .1 i::.r.:-r I':..! r ' - 37 A C J'- Ks- ? '::-: Tie.-, a'-- f- -- - ' i ' 35c f'j:yy !1 - 7. i'l :.- . . t 7C w'..:-c ' fu.-v. C.-.: :: ' Hj'-'.k-- ' :.. ;t. " 8C M-I'.ii.k S x. v . : . i . He V- ' y S:..rv. . . 25c $3.00 Men's Pants $1.85 r 1.35 - tie ki i y-.'u buy :'...r jlVi'.1 el.siij out pri-. .. OtUW SI6.50 Suits For $10.50...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD. WF.HXF.SH A V, Al'lill 4, I'.htil. CXX)OOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOO Spring Styjes are now all in. We have a Swell Assortment OOOOOCOOOCXX)OCXXXX)COCXDOOOO 73 II dam mm TULSA'S MODERN TAILOR OOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOXOU THE GREAT HEALER f IIOUSANDS f grateful customers in J every etate attest the WONDERFUL im HEAL INC! I'KOl'KKTILS of the WORLD'S BEST LINIMENT - DEAN'S U CACTUS OIL: The Only liniment that Kaals without a Scar It enrol! cuts, sprains, bruUcs. sores, swellings liimeness, old wound, lumbago, chapped hsmls, frost bites, tc. and Is the standard remedy tur barbed hiirm run rn animals. Intrnt's and saddle Bulls scrutchos, Kroaso liool, caked nddor, ltcli, lining". etc jO It heals a wound from tlm bottom nu and l thoroiiKhly untlsontic. KING CACTI'S OIL l J sold by drng).'isl8 In 15e., fytc. und fl bnUlrx, fj and Isdecornted chii, or sent iinptiM lv tho manufaf- v tururs, OLfiF.Y & fitcVMV, Clint . oUo. it f Iiotobtaiuublo ut your drugjjlsis . THE SHACKLE DTJ3 C3MP...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 April 1906

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Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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