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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 8 September 1906

TULSA DAILY WOULD VOLUMJ 1, ITO.88. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1906. The Stick-in-the-Muds Will Hold a Knockers Convention to Raise Funds for the Anvil Chorous "To View With Alarm" the Commercial Club Good Road Movement SULLIVAN IS STIRS UP A SAYS BRYAN TWICE LED PARTY TO DEFEAT. HE HAS A HOT ROAST Statement that He Is in Politics for Money Is Untrue and Says the Party Has Vindicated Him. New York, Kept. ". If RtT ('. Sul I i vmi. member of llif natiuiinl dem ocratic committee from Illinois to night issued u lenngthy statement, in which he replies to the recent ttt tucks made upon him by Mr. Bryan. Following is mi obstruct of Mr. Sul I., nil's remarks: "In his Jefferson club banquet speech at Chicago Monday evening, Williuiii .1. Bryan again saw tit to make me the excuse for exploiting his new ambition to convert the dem ocratic niirtv of the" I'liited States -- into an autocracy with himscli as the dictator. I regret that lie lias don...

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. — 8 September 1906

f" Tn tATLT lTCUS. STTLT AT VCENTN3 ETTTTYI IS f, IK4. h reatest Safe of Guns in the History of Tulsa We have received a large shipment of Remington double-barrel guns, automatic shot guns, rifles and single bar rel guns direct from the factory. We have also a line of cheap double-barrel guns from $8.00 up. This stock must be reduced in the next thirty days and we are making the prices that will do it. Lr:r-:- liif :.'.! -- . i s s tn; C lid f:r r- . t its : .1 t CiiJ v. kir a. i.':-,rfi i:cir J:: SIa X C Z ;r.. ir-tr U-J .545.00 4 a' i?JureSfS e.ft is i-y ejr.tor Laaster- .c sa wv.ivu: t;e:tjr is $30.00 7ia i;l.eti.rd iJict ft: 11 1 L:si. grtde tasier fii wo: !-' :. ll i.i. it -522.50 Remington Automatic Shotgun, $30.00 EetsiLf.on Astc:itic shot fin. Tti rap:d re grin ii withoct doubt the i.:;: p.r-' r-- w-.:i the tuners in tiia reentry. Our large ule on thi- r-is hive dercir.r.ttd the fact that they popular in Talsa. We invite all who are interested in guns to come in and look ove...

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. — 8 September 1906

CBS TOL1A MULT WOMB. SATURDAY MORNTNO, SEPTEMBER 8, 1908, 8 Gillette 65 140 20 30 20 25 24 23 21 9 20 19 m 0 2 IS 17 16 15 fed 30 14 140 55 Lots fro On Payments of $3 140 60 o H O 73 m z c 10 n 12 60 13 140 C0OK3O0O0OX)OCC 140 THIS addition is located one mile and three blocks east of the Post Office, Tulsa, I. T. The above addition just platted by J. M. Gillette and J. M, Hall, two of Tulsa's old time citizens whose judgement in real estate matters have never been ques tioned, who have made arrangements by which Chas. E. King will put on the market this Beautiful Addition at prices and terms never before known in the West. The prices and terms of each and every lot is herewth quoted at which quotation and terms this Beautiful Addition will be put on the market for 20 days only which will enable every man with limited means in Tulsa to own his own home and the slight saving will not be missed from their income. - - - - - - These lots are 50x140 feet with a 20-foot alley and a 60-foo...

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. — 8 September 1906

TBS TUL1A DAILY WORLD. TBIDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901 POSITIVELY, ffi LAST CHANCE TO BUY A NICE SUBURBAN HOME AT - Prices that will please you The new Gillette & Hall Addition lies just east of the city. It is on an elevation of from 150 to 200 feet above the city, and the view of Tulsa and the surrounding country is grand and inspiring. In fact, it is the ideal home district of the ideal home city in the great new State QnM Ten Thousand Front Feet or iwelve Blocks In the Addition, which lo situated In Lots 7 and 9, Section 6, Township 19, Rargo 19 East. The Addition Is blessed wtth Plenty of Good, Pure Water and Fresh Air Tk7t VV Hj lUL UCL KJUl You can own a full block for less money Than ONE blook will cost you closer In. These lots and blocks will be on sale at our office from SEPT. 13 until sold. Come quick and get your choice a o Gillette & THE FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY Reeder Building, TULSA Oklahoma MARSHAL FOLLOWS HIS NOSE. Odor of Wine In Trunk Causes Arrest Of Mer...

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. — 8 September 1906

Tsa ma bas.t wckxj. today MOMrmo, septembeb 7. ixx. QCXXXOOOOCXXXX ox x oc xxcooococoococooocococooo The World Want Department The World Regularly IA-J r- lAIIV '- r- The World Qets the Ad- Publlshe a Larger Class- UflC WOrCI, JfG WeeK, Ufie 06111. vertlsing;BecauseltAlvays ified Department than All Brings Results. The Want Other Eastern Territorial No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. Department Tells You the 1 Pars Comblned- world ads work wonders. 4 World ads work wonders. Story of the Circulation. TOE BALE. FOR SALE Ssroral faandred pnundt of eight-point face Century Expanded type, dirtct from tne Amer icas Type Fouudsr Co. I bought this type to um in starting the World last fall. I now hae two linotypes a Mta oftlcs and ns um for tha type. It is all in good abape, said of it baa neter been inked. Territory print hops hunting t p can do no better than eall or la J. R. Brad-y, World offlee, T w, I. T. 6-K-if FOR 8AI.K Cah Register (food as ww, make National, cost will...

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. — 8 September 1906

TEE TTTL1A DAJLt WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 190fl. Turns Somersault In An Auto Rut Afraid of Elevator ImiIhI l,(pniin', the bravest v: if the world, 1 i I y llirts with death in lli ('nil llacubi-ck cin iis, riding n somersault nl' ileal h, is afraid In li.le iti n Chicago elevalur. "Iieally, I would rattier rule my net limn tn lie carried up ami down in an elevator," said Miss I.'tiiiti'. "My ait is il allien his, very ilam.'cr . us," I 'II ailinit, luit 1 am net afurd t,i riile it, mill 1 am honestly uinl truly afraid of elevators. Wliy, I was' ill ulle of till' downtown steles, tn-eking the nillliiiery department, v lien a llimr waller dir.". led me to I In- fifth lloi'f. He tried to induce me In enter the elevator, lint I ran In the stairs. Enjoys Daring Rides in I riile thirteen or m thirteen. I wMicil cwrUlnm.' would L'n nil right, ami ,1 ili, I. 1 liin.lv lulieie ill wishes." M.s l.i i.iini' is of sli-! t liinlil and ,, ,,,,1 -nl ,,ni. wonl.l .iek nut for an i ' 1 ...

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. — 9 September 1906

TULSA DAILY WOMJD) VOLUME 1, K0..289. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TLBRITOUY, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1906. John L, of Old Knocked the Tetotletebang Block Off of All Comers and Judging From Chicago Reports the Modern Sullivans Still Have a Few Knockouts Up Their Sleeves. WOHLD'S RECORD BY DAN PATCH CHIPS QUARTER SECOND OFF LAST SEASON'S RECORD MILE IN 1:55 FLAT Big Brown Horse Finishes Strong Mile Was Made With Wind Shield and a Runner. APPLICATIONS ARE NUMEROUS St. I'aiil, Minn., Sept. 8. Dun Patch broke the world's pacing rec ord nt the stale tail' grounds this af ternoon, going a mile in 1 :.V Hal, clipping a quarter of a second off of lie record established at Lexington, K.V., last season. The big brown horse liuished slrinijr. many of the ollicial watches catching the time a quarter of a second faster than the judges announced. The n.ile was made with a runner in fniul and a diisi shictil and an other runner al his hip. For this reason there is doubt as to whether the ...

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. — 9 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. BUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1906. VI 1 SI SI o. u a Vt n't 5ff ANYTHING ELECTRICAL B I. S.:,::k-,.,-vc-: - 8 WE HANDLE AND HAVE FOR SAL E WE INSTALL- 0- -o REYNOLDS t ' i o 8 E 8 8 O o I I to SI 5tf 8 9 , 1 ( 1 t3 o c Electric Motors Signs Fans Sad Irons $ 0 Stoves 0 Curling Iron Heaters Batteries Bells Switches s 5 s 8 5 01 Private Telephones Electric Bells Electric Lights Arc Lights Speaking Tubes Signs Electric Displays Window Displays VI o r 1411 -a InlAWL S3 S3 ;:; VI w 2, 4, 8 and 16 Candle Power Electric Lamps at 25c Each. 32 Candle Power Electric Lights at 35c Each. Gas Mantels from 10 to 25c Each. Gas Globes from 10 to 50c Each. ti wtc nf nac and fi Fivfniw; and fiiawarp at Prires tn Stilt Your Pocketbook. .'. Call and See Us II JUI I J VI UUJ UIIU "Ul I lUUIVt MIIU V KM J J inn . . . .. u ?ccooi :cotoocctcoocoocccooc3i B IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL AND SEE US am am b. m mmm. m M mm m Bm. "STFj iAPf TO " ...SEAMAN EUILUIIMU . . . B 1.1 TVLm Y BULUU I UVr...

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. — 9 September 1906

0 0 (?) (?) (?) 0 (?) (?) 0 (?) (?) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906. ELLS DRU Book " Stationery Kodak Fills Prescriptions Correctly SCHOOL BOOKS. WE CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK Or ALL BOOKS USED IN THE TULSA SCHOOLS, ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES WILL BE CHARGED BY US ON SCHOOL BOOKS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BRING YOUR SCHOOL BOOK PATRONAGE TO US. KODAKS. DO YOU OWN A KODAK? IF NOT, WHY NOT? DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU TH'.T YOU COULD GET MORE LASTING PLEASURE FROM A KODAK THAN ANY OTHER MANNER IN WHICH YOU COULD INVEST A LIKE AMOUNT? COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE POSSIBILITIES OF A KODAK WE HAVE THEM IN FRICES TROM ASK US FOR A CATALOGUE. DRUGS. WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON OUR LARGE AND COMPLETE DRUG STOCK. ESPECIALLY ARE WE PROUD OF OUR MODEL PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, WHICH IS AT ALL TIMES IN CHARGE OF COMPETENT PHARMACISTS, REGISTERED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE INDIAN TERRI TORY, AND GRADUATES ...

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. — 9 September 1906

IH1 TUUU DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1006. tfa S3 33 33 33 S3 tm hi bw . if P jl a If" P jl. t for tne rurpose ok raising money 10 ueirayneiAxpensejsjk&njrer: 23 n n 33 33 St 33 S3 23 S3 33 m S3 53 33 23 Mf 1 S3 SI SS SfS S3 if 33 S3 St s 33 33 33 33 33 I M U1IM U t V!t 5S ! WI51f M S8 M M v." M." w v .i r r 7 .,tf;i d 3 I MM . fri JS S frifrifrifeitf 33 33 33 n n 5 11 J ! MM tM MM held at e tllome Bf ..Mir. asid rs, Skit U MSlsuu tfM U III 5 u n P TT k-rJ 4 11 n taining the Territory Federation of Woman's Clubs, Oct. 30 Jo Nov.Z-Q tMMHMNNIMIMMItr'UIIMII IMttMIHHIMIMIMMMIIM THE HYECIHKA CLU3 h u Wiil Have Charge of the Fete, at which There will he BAZAARS, Peanut and Popcorn Stands, Cider, Doughnuts, Ice Cream, Cake, etc. n 23 33 " ii KJV mi itisri AH am LAPY e Event w ill Him 1 Eailnl WILL CALL for 4h Fi iw

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. — 9 September 1906

THE TUL1A DAILY Wl RLO SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER B, 1906 I Just Received New Goods! You Are Especially Invited to call and look and price our new goods Everything New in Dining Chairs, Buffetts, Hall Trees, Rockers, Reed Goods. & THE WORLDS MARKETS 000OCX3O0O0O0OOOCXXX)O0OO00C JOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOOOOOO l INNHIHIMIIIMHIUIIHMNII KANSAS CITY MARKETS Som Sales Sept. 4. A wi. Priet ii. W Dray, Kaw, Okla., 00 itMra 878 13.40 llay Beaston, Dixit, dkla., 87 steers 881 BJO c. H. Reeves, Lenepab, I. T.. is iters 984 3,80 c. it. Reeves, Lenepeh, I. T., 84 item S4! d.no I J, W. Cram, Antlers, 1. ! T.. 23 bosh MO 3,00 Chism ii Oraham, Mnrlnw, 1. T., tB sows 836 8,46 I Chism v tiiaham, Mmlow, 1. T., 32 salves 188 0.80 . 'lii-iii A Qrahanii kesrlou . I. T., lit calves 158 4.00 . V. Prosier, Kaw, Okli., 80 cows 733 2.40 R, W. Prouer, Ktw, okla.. :i" oannera 889 1.88 J, W'olkt'r, Port Gibson, I. T., 03 steers 870 3.78 .1. .1. hair, Kiowa, I. T . 27 oowa 705 2.25 s. M. White, I. T.. 40 rows 89...

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. — 9 September 1906

THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, 8EPTEMBER 9, 1908. AnftAnnnnnrifinninQQ0300000000000000000 The Tulsa Daily World J. W. Uk'ADY, ... . l:ilitor antl Owner Olllcc in Si'uiiuin Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 3fi6 tillered III t lu Tlllnn I'uStollice S second flunn mailer. Tr.KMS OK SLHSCIUITION. Daily, except Monday, one week, by curritT I .10 Dally, une monin. ny currier Daily, iii' ) '. by Hi 3.0U WISCONSIN'S riRST DIRECT PRIMARY. Noll t 1 1 It t I lie Wisl'lUI-lll llllCfl Hllll.l ih-j. HIT I'HT, we arc curious to sec "lull l lir critics are i; iny In .-ay allOlll 1 1 Kill . I'llpl'IS llll ull't Ulf Vtl'st which lllMlSe I In- direct primary lu-Miuiat nn have pointed In Wisconsin when llic rlaini lias been made llial I lit' direct priniai.v would destroy Im-fi.-in. Thcv have alleged again-i n thai in Wi-ftiii-in. il climbed I In- bossisin nf l.a Follcltc. Tlif man who I'm' more limn .i vtais never met a pn lilit'lll I - '!'- before I III' people. w!.n wa- llil'ft' I line,...

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. — 9 September 1906

7 TULSA HAS THE LARGEST LAW LIBRARY THE NEW MINER LEADER GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE. ) ctj4c i rte.04.at a tJti i iiiiMIINMHIl Strong as the Rock of Gibraltar STATE OF -IS THE 'J'ULHA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORXLS'Q, EEPTEMEER 0, lOOfi. Magnificent Offices Diggs & Ixtst in a sea of law boks that's Ihe Herniation the vinitcir experiences in visiting the ollices of the legal tirm of Wrightsinan, Uigg & Houck, on the tit'th tloor of the First National Hunk building in this city. Law hooks to right of you, law Ixioks to left of you, law hooks behind you and you can close your eyes and hear the vol leying ami thundering of all the great legal minds of all times without any great stretch of imagination.. Kight big ollice rooms hounded by books and interlined with books. From 1215 to the present day, the law is signed, sealed and delivered, set up and laid down in the ollices of Wrightsman, )iggs & Ilouck. The above legal tirm has ollices in three Oklahoma cities, with Tulsa as headqu...

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. — 9 September 1906

t 11 We invite InlaB CONCERNING THE 9 The Stater Theatre compain. which coi. hi, to the Tu sii (iraim Open lioi'se for a three nights emia fcinei.l i-turiing Thursdav. S ';'. Y', ha . . I luil-lied nil exteii.le.l sio-'. ri..:r.'i nun' at Coceyvill". Kae-; '. Tii" lowiijr is clipped i'ro-.i ll.e I .n!v l' -rord of that eity: STATERS WILL SOON LEAVE COFFEYVTLLE THEATRE GOERS DISLIKE TO SEE THEM GO Wll Appear in '"Falsely Accitsrd" Tonight and Record Breaking Attendance Is Exprttd. Kverynne is sorry to know that tbi. rctM roAtocft Sale irf Guns In the History of Tulsa ye iiavo received a Inrye shipment of Remington double-barrel guns, automatic shot guns, rifles and single bar rel guns direct from th; factory. We have also a line of cheap double-barrel guns from $8.00 up. This stock must be reduced in the next thirty days and we are making the prices that will do it. THs Remington liamnierlcss ejector g m s a r ' -1 sP f ; d ' vice and durability is equal to any g.in manufactured toda...

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. — 11 September 1906

TULSA DAILY WOULD) VOLUME 1. NO..290 TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1906. STILL MR. BRYAN WOULD HARDLY BE SO EULOGISTIC OF MR. ROOSEVELT HAD HE ANY NOTION THAT ADMIRABLE VOTE-GETTER INTENDED TO ENTER THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE AGAIN BRYAN PLAYS TO GALLERIES USES ROOSEVELT'S POPULAR IT TO SCORE REPUBLICANS. "PEERLESS" STILL TALKS Says Democrats Supported the Presi dent When His Own Party NNSought to Knife Him. Lincoln, Xi-li., Sept. ID. Wililnin .1. Bryan gave mil ii statement today announcing Hint as soon us lie return ed from liis sniitlii't n trii, lie would enter the cnmpiiiyn in Nebraska and several other stales. Touching on the candidacy of A-i'iton ('. Snellen-hcr-rer, fusion nominee I'm- governor, Bryan said : "lie is not only in favor of the rigid enforcement of railroad regu lation and two-cent fare, hut he ad vocated government ownership of railroads hi-fore I did." Bryan continued: "We are cntcr inir upon h great fight for the exter ...

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. — 11 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WlftLD. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1906. 2 "Yea, I Haw Molllslcr," said Ilia young iiiiia In tho li reproiichablH clothes. "Went out l.i dinner with lilm." "You don't huv," exclaimed hli nqnully Irreproachable companion. "1 buven't seen old 1 lolly In years. And I live In the Hiime town with him. That's the wuy It goes. How's ho looking?" "Pretty seedy," Haiti the first young nmn. Pretty seedy, ioor beggai ! You heard about his marrluge, didn't you?" "Why, yes, I got cards, hut I was In Minneapolis at tin- time, und couldn't gut away. I huven't heard of any troubles, though. "You ought to me lilm I hardly recognized hlni myself almost turned him down when he spoke to me Say, he was wearing a feilora hut uml he's grown g heitnl. You know what a sandy heard of hulr he hud? Well, you cun Imagine how he lookH will) beUI'd. It WUSH't US If It WHH WI'll trlimned, even. It was straggly and ragged iih some old trHiii'a -mid I II bet he'd worn his trousers for two or thre...

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. — 11 September 1906

THB TULBA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY MORNING, BEFTEMBER II, 1BU6. REFUSED TO PLEDGE HIMSELF. Candidal, Though Tectotlar, Be' licvcd Every Voter Had Right, to Hi Vote, (('iinti'iliuti'il.) Several lays '-'". m tne euiisliinlioiiul' districts in Oklahoma h candidate for nomination to the convention, known positivejy as a man who never touches intoxicating liquor in iniy form for any pu'P"' was iij.proiu'lit'd liy an agent (if the prohibitum movement unci asked to sign a pledge Unit In' "i'l'l Hiipport n irt,tiittit itu plank in tin- roiistitu tiim. The candidate refused to pledge himself, saying that though he never himself, saying tial thoug'li he was h teetutler," hi' believed that every voter should be given a chance freely to have his vote counted, and that as a public servant it would be his duty to respciscnt all his enlist it uents, in stead of any single portion of them. In taking this position, he declared 1 1 in 1 he stood for a principle, and could not be accused justly of being ...

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. — 11 September 1906

4 TEE TUUA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, IwS. The Tulsa Daily World J. . IJMADY Ollod in Seaman Building-, Third Street, Telephone No. XA Knutnsl in ihe Tulsa I'ostoflice a second class matter. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Dily, except Monday, una week, by carrier .10 Lhaily, una month, by carrier 4u Ltolly, one yeur, by mad POOR OLD DEMOCRACY. Thi'Ne nre blue days I'm' the pimr old ilcinoci ut ii party mill the imliun is all being m m-heil I the h-nilim; members nl' the unwashed ami unlei i ilie.l. While the rank ami llle were shouting iiicuisclvc bourse with t'i.e cry o'"lovn with the (litupus! Ilowu with I'lulocrucy ! Ihiwn w ith a cciilriili.cil K'vei nun-ill ! " operated from Washington, honi iiii'h William- .Icniiiug Hryiin, the dcinorrnlic Muses, inn! in his Mist nihlie speech advo cates the govcrnniciil ownership of railroads which would mean the appointment by the president of almost one million t( I ' 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 1 employes ami the nuan i.ii t ion of a purly m...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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