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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 11 September 1906

j C. D. Coggeshall Repreaentlng a number of the Durable City and Farm Loam Oil and Oaa lea bonds, aa offices: Rear of Farmers' Nat'l Bank oooocooooooocxxxxx S. J. RICHARDSON Insurance . . and . . Building Loans Friend-Jones Building, Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Second Floor. i.i ... GIVE ME YOUR ... WEDDING OF W. D. ABBOTT- Popular iCty Cleric Married Sunday in Kansas City. W. 1). Abbott, city clerk of Tulsa, was married Sunday afternoon ni 5:45 o'clock to Miss Rose Swart., of Dnvid City, Neb. The wedding oc curred nt the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Clifford flheen, nt 1100 Highland avenue, Kansas City, Mo. Only a few intimate friends nnd the near relatives of the bride and srroom attended the ceremony. Dr. Charles Selby, of this city, acted ns best man. The baniiy couple left immediately on the Frisco for Tulsn. and arrived home yesterday mornim.' at 7:30. For the present tlliey will have rooms nt the Nicholson home. Judge Abbott wan busy yesterday receiving and accepting enngrntuln tion...

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. — 11 September 1906

6 THE TULJU DA-IT WOBXD TUESDAY MQRXDfO. SEPTEMBER 11, 19M. THE -PKOHIBniONISTS Attitude of The Temperance People of The Two Territories. Th.. i ii i;iM'- in ! t 1 k. - s t r j .. i .-iq -. "I -;- i -1..1I! lain. u.it an.) lndi.ui Territory nr.- nvl.H" Ion !.!,.. I ii i' -l h - k..- j-t.- ( ln.lv lit "ik in their rlWt- I" -- ii..r-A.-. l.v ll, . Ii.i.-. Sl.i'.-, ,,. I),.- constitutional 1 011.11.1--1..1 . r "I ii.'.-i i. -win.-., wi.tiMii vxlio will I.- in fuw.r -f v ( .... 1 "i lU -..!' .! ' ' 1 ' ' 1 l L.i -ci.-i.-l.-n.lir.i- ili.- pi'.luli r i..f. el... ; il.ejt.ti.- f . - i" !!. -"''' '" , tcl,ood t.ill oxer III- Mt( "I 'I'UWT-it..... avl ...ll. -.'.-v WW still.' II" --.tI..rl-ll.lf OUilholn.l , - in.- :ill...M.-.l t.. J t. i - ! "- , umtov, ai.-l "I iM.'..rH.rtii. M.,.:ti..- ..t tat nu.l-i td. I..... .,f tc r,.niivii, 111.- "I ll..- .-..n-iii'i- I'm'--! Si.it.-; ' "' . U Tl ii-'ii'.il "t "" ."I""- ' l '' rv I." , lnhnma temperance oikcr. was to J- : i.,.-. . . r.-.-.i ' .--I ,....

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. — 11 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1006. oooooooaxxxxxxxxxoocoocxax: cocxxxxxxxxxxxoc)oooocxxxDa The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other liastern Territorial Papers Combined. The World (Jets the Ad ve r t i s i n g Hcca u se 1 1 A hva v s IJrings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. Latest and Most Fashionahle TAILORING HELP WANTED MALE. FINANCIAL TITOU WANTF.D A first cIssb eastern student to teach a buy for (he ensuing year. Adrcss Sox 101(1, city. 9-8-1 f SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE KXI'KKI EN CK D N U K S K Wants rare of conHneraen( or oth' r eases of sickness. Will aUo attend household duties. Call on or address Mrs. M. M. Fulwer. 21ti Went Seeoni street. 8-6-tf UNFURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RKNT-Finc room nnd a (ow-room cottage at Crewson Lund & ...

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. — 11 September 1906

8 rel guns must be We invite SCHOOL BEGAN YESTERDAY OVER 1,100 ENROLLED FIRST DAY 2 TACHERS ABSENT. ROLL WILL REACH 1,500 Superintendent Masters Confident Expected Enrollment Wi'l En' sue Inside of a Month. School bells runs.' fur the first tinit' in th re months yesterday iiu tn i nir for tin- Tulsa 1 1 1 1 i schools ami liver 1,100 pupils n'siiiinli'il In llie cull in every school building in (lie city. Tlie opening was eminently successful ami llie superintendent, I. (1. Masters, expressed liimself lis well jilenseil with the mil look, lie Mute (lint fully expects lint liefure the en. I of tlie lirst me ill h after lit teen hundred will lie answering to rnll call at the schools. There are cightv-liv rulleil fiir the lirs day. in the high school. In uiie room, (Irailes Fourth A anil Fourth II, there me ll.'l niiils, iiiite a heavy ciirull inenl. Kuril Mum is well tilled ami fur tlie present capacity is almost reached. Tn teachers, Mis Sadie I.. M r, tif Nashville, Trim, anil Miss ...

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. — 12 September 1906

TIULSA DAILY WOULD V0LTO2 1, NO. .291 TULSA DAJLT WOULD, TULSA, INDIAN TEBRITOST, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12. 1800. When Local Democratic Orators Lose Themselves in Their Oratorical Flights, They Should Try That Infallible Remedy: A World "Found" Ad One Word, One Week, One Cent A. UNITED STATES SENDS BATTLESHIP IN HASTE TO THE SEAT OF WAR A CRISIS APPROACHING CRUISER DES MOINES SAILED TO KEY WEST- State Department Admits Ship Is Headed for Havana No Favors to eB Shown Either Side- Washington, Sept. H.-pIt wus of ficially admitted today Unit tlu American cruiser lies Munich which soiled I n in Norfolk yesterday hud gone southward to Key West, with the ultimate purpose of proceed ing to Havana, if developments with in the next two days warrant such cation witli the navy department, will he about eight hours run from Havana, and while waiting, Comman der U;ilsey will he in close communi cation iwth t!ic navy department, prepared to carry out immediately any request from the depart...

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. — 12 September 1906

THIS IS THE NEW GIANT CIRCUS" FT TULSA. SATU ONE DAY ONL UNDER BIG TENTS .fWKm'i.-ZV 4. O r.Ui!. HA;rAJ',U HDPATPD QHHWQ NW a Modern Three-Ring Circus vJ iDr 1 C IV ivy YVO Larger & better than any on earth LION KQl'LSTHIAN. This Tented Amusement Enterprise Is the Only Dangerous Rival of the It embraces the Famous Hagenbeck Trained Wild Animals, Features at both the Chicago and St. Louis World's Fairs, and fully 1,000 other International Novelties Circus Trust Chicago Newspapers Say It Is the Biggest and by Far the Best A LEVIATHAN BESIDE WHICH ALL OTHER SHOWS ARE PYGMIES 'rtrntiug, ai&oLf M-tii of remarkable noveltit from every country on earth tui iobind with ttt famous and onina! Carl Hagenbera Trained Wild Ainalj features tt both CbifAgo tod St. Uiuit World ' fairs, the rrvwnir.g aebievertisnt tit the eountry. THE SOMERSAULT OF DEATH I'ndoubtedly the ujt thrilling and awe itjhj.irmtf feat ever attempted aud auwessfully executed. With the Speed and Splendor of Lightning A...

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. — 12 September 1906

THB TOTJU DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1006. 1 i p li ? IS 1 BRYAN IN ST. LOUIS Democratic Leader Reached An heuser Buscb City Yesterday. St. Louis, Mil, Sopt. 11. William Jennings lirjaii arrived here today mid was given Bit enthusiastic ova tion Hindi as lias been seldom witness ed in this city. Ten bunds blared a noisy welcome, when tlie train bearing the distinguished Nebiaskan urrived in the station, where he was greeted by a reception committee which in cluded among its members Mayor Rol la Wells, Senator Stone and Nation al Committeeman Rothwcll. Gover nor Folk, who played a prominent jiurt ut tilic New York reception, has been seriously ill and was nimble to come here. From the station Mr. liryun was escorted to the JelTcrson hotel, where an informal luncheon, presided over by Mayor Iiolla Wells, was served this afternoon. About four o'clock reception will he tendered Mr. Hry n ut the Jefferson Club. The principal event of Mr. Bryan's visit will be his speec...

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. — 12 September 1906

The Tulsa Daily J. O MMUY J - Office in Seaman Building, Third Street, knlarvd in the Tulna I'naloflire as TIIKMS OK HUliSCKIHION. Daily, aieept Monday, oiir wwk, by carrier t .10 Daily, on month, by carrier V) Dully, nn year, by mail 3.UU L. C. ARNOLD, OF THE WORLD. Till' illTI'llillf liUhilicsn ul I III' Wei LI Iiim Miliilr il necessary In iniiki' an ii'lililinn in lliat iliiai tiiiriil. I. C. Arnold, of Si. Juhrpli, Missouri, Iiiih been em l i i'l ii k ii 1 1 t-1 1 1 -1 1 ir solicitor iiinl iiiitiiii'i r mid lias ul rrii'ly ai-Hiiiiii'il I In' duties of his ulliri'. In iniikiiin Mr. Ai ii ilil a mi'iiilii'i' nl lin' World force, llii' inana'.'i ini'iil fl-fis lis tlllllltrll a wisi' slip llllil lirrll I II kl' II. Ml'. Arnold in 11 vniiiii; man nl' wide -x jmi icucc in tlic new i.ini business, havini; been iissnriuliil uilli tin- huiiicss 1 -JiiuIiiii'IiIm of hiii'li Niii'i'i'ssl'iil i i Ii 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 k us the 4 ) k I ii liuiiiiin, of ( k I it 1 1 n i it City, 'K In., I In....

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. — 12 September 1906

C. D. Coggeshall INSURANCE : LOANS : Representing a number of the Leading, Strong, Old Line fire Companies. Desirable City and Farm Loan Oil and Oas leas bonds, as well . offices: Rear of Farmers' Nat' cooocoooooooooooooooocxxxwoooooooooooooooooooooco S. J. RICHARDSON Friend-Jones Building, Rooms 1, 2 and GIVE ME YOUR BUSINESS AND I WILL PROTECT ...YOUR INTERESTS... S. J. RICHARDSON TULSA, OKKAHOMA. CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP. T. E. Gates, of Sapulpa, Buys Ste" Tens Hardware Company. F. K. (Jutes yesterday purchased tlie Stevens Hardware company on East First street, and will take pos session Friday. Mr. Gates is at pres ent proprietor of the Union Hard ware company, of Sapulpa, and is a pioneer of l'ndian Territory. His success in Tulsa is a foregone con clusion. Mr. Stevens will return to his old home in Nevada, Mo. COCO-COLA MAN HERE. W. L- Thornton, of Dallas, Texas, Distributed Free Tickets. V. I Thornton, of Dallas, Texas, a representative of the famous sum mer drink, Coco-Cola, was ...

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. — 12 September 1906

r THZ TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNINQ, SEPTEMBER 12, IHH. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES STATE PLAN TO BUILD BIG COLLEGE. TULSA MAY LAND THE PRIZE A ji.int i -liii! "I ti rtiitt .-- i.f tin' I'linM.;... rhun li ol UI;ililt t ami l'i.li;..l T n i!"i l '"iH'.l to l.ii-rt in liullii'li' "' "''"I"' 1 :' -to d.n.lc i In- location "I' tin' I'"" I ell.".'.' In be 'liil '' .1.11. rll III "ll.r low I. I" s,;"' w- r.'l.l ..:.l. l li "I 'I '' ' I.""1' K1 i- I I. I r ,,' ,.t tin. ,V i. tti-tiwlv at u.'tk ... tin' . T , ,,l Hi- p'r..- tr TuK.. .....I li-'f Ik . a ,1 ml I .iMi.. ''J'-" "" '". , ,. , I ri i ... ! .'.-.'.itn.' iib.liU unn'i.--' , . L,,,, I l, C..L i, .;n. . 1 1 1 . . l' tin I . ai.l I. "1 Hi' ;rtn:;;,ri::l.i"-,: A.:,, u ... r.:-r: h f.,r thi vity. r it - ' aim- i.i li v .rii..i : Ti.r Iluii.;.-. !' ..i till- Cliri-t i.m rl.ur. !i. i..i'. l. i a:..! a .(uartcr i' ilii.'i.. ..ii.i. ui i. ai-t. in in.- I .......I V.. .I..V .11. .1 Im IIIL- t W I mtcil ate a:.. i ' ' "- I II,. mi i. i,.w l! .t...

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. — 12 September 1906

WEDNESDAY MOENINO, SEPTEMBER 12, 1906. OOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX COOOCXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO The World Want Department The World Regularly I Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All The World (lets the Ad vertisingBecause It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. Latest and Most Fashionable Other Eastern lerruoriai Papers Combined. TAILORING ran tula mu,) HELP WANTED-MALE. Tl'TCiK WANTED A first class eastern student to leach a boy for the ensuing vciir. Alliens box lOK'i, city. -8-f HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTKD Immediately, woman ti, cook at the Marchal House. tf WANTKD $12 to $24 weekly sal ary and expenses paid to energetic man or woman employing agents for fast selling goods in Indian Territory. Experience umieeessary, permanent. References. Jos. Moore, Tulsa, I ml. Ter. 1) I2 t SITUATIONS WANTED--FEMA...

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. — 12 September 1906

I &A2LY WORLD WEDNESDAY HORNING. SEPTEMBER li IK. McCALL.'S all seams allowed PATTERNS 10 and 15 cents McCALL'S Magazines on sale for only 5 cents There is much satisfaction in buying your MBifBm School Child rn3s Wearing Appairel afi oyr Store because much of the success and advancement your children make in school depends on the way you clothe them and we have not overlooked th.s fact in buying our immense stock of fall goods. We handle only the best to be had and at the very lowest price it m be sold. Some things we will mention and will be pleased to show you when you call. V'. i r.-. iv r-t ;-..-' I t'.at a !,:! ! u,' it j a,- i . if i-itt. l'.-'- r jf'.;i r. .'- i.', .-. . .;; ! .v. ,t. !:. t, u.i r p .'.-: ; r f - t V.V '. i -, :. . Kx (W.f V,.. - 12 2.5 V:-i Ki!. ! -. v, ....... 250 j-,,.. r.r '. ?. '. u, 250 I'-t-t.t I'..;-. . ;.'.:.,. ... 2.50 ' .." .-... 75c to 3 00 UNDEE'.VEAR. T;.- '. ; :., , :. -, . '. 15c 20c. 2c, -5c ii 50c tv -:tr-!.:. t. P nty cf f icSTIC rid r...

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. — 13 September 1906

TULSA BAILY WOMJD) TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906- volume l, no.. 291 There's Many a Rare Bargain in the Advertising Colons of the World Today, It Always Pays (o Keep an Eye or Two on the Advertisements in the Dally World COLLAP Without Warning, Two Story Brick Caves In, Dealing Destruction to Inmates and Contents YOUNG HEAD OF FIRE DEPART MENT'S GREAT COURAGE OTHERS BADLY HURT Miraculous Escape of Mrs. George rerryman, Landlady of Room ing House in the Building. As a result of tlio collapse of the Brand and Smith building, a two story brick st met m e, recently com pleted on North lioston street, yes terday afternoon, Fire Chief H. C. Alder, of the Tulsa lire department, is lying critically injured at the Tulsa hospital, Mrs. George Perryman is badly hurt and several people were slightly injured. Chief Alder was crushed badly in the brenst and on the arms and lower extremities, and was unconscious for two hours after his removal fro...

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. — 13 September 1906

.ti r.uA mr hud ttooat xoixbo. izrmazz is, not I.. EXAJflJUTIOH OF AFTLICA5TS QVCTES CELZbZZZ EXSTGiT. ::cc5co:cs355occ: o c - 6LATXi 0E2AE0KA C 3 ,. ; WJ2 B Htid At Us.;t4 But Oirt Fall Showing v.r Vf..' Cl-.''4i: . V.'t .,.' ..' jt Mu. UM . 'v lit 1 I' s 41 I l-A" JU7 I La iiim U 6c L.s-t, C"l ax u; eskr jaxu, vs t. daiy na tii "v,- r M, .u Iz-.' mens La.t 01, r iM i4 for rev. rrtVw, eta, U.'vr Jtmt - mw trv 7 jftMf rrrr Satirisy aa4 a4y, p4 fr:tn.t Jaaisy. C-'l-4 Wni iac bekru Roa4 tnf, I1JM. Er h a aVuiua KjWv, fw;, ry m 9t WET AKD SIXOLKTOJf. f It !.! a.-.'! -uf ", !. l u, M-i? . Ir M. r; . ';!' So'j!! tin,")"', ihhw .Vi. CICERO L HOLLAND C. O. D. ..GROCERIES.. j"Ho.2l4 Cast Third Strait Phone 51. ONLY SPOT CASH GKOCKKY IN TULSA Baxket of rirl Japan Tea 1 I Btar Tobarca 20 , .42 1 lb Uotm Hhoe Tobacco 42 1 In Orangnr Twiirt Tobacco 42 3 boxes Eub No More 10 1 lb Hnqnoyah Boda 05 . . rl-MifwyiftMietiifwyrtiaiimfy 'I n l.'uw or Arm ml IliiniiniT S'.'l,i 1.') Oi f iiify.'tHniiTnfy...

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. — 13 September 1906

THB TUUU 9AILT WOELD. THURSDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. HISTORY OF PROHI BITION IN AMERICA (Contributed) It iH now evident that the people of Okluhomu will have presented iVr their consideration the question!! of !(institiiiionul prohibitum, nnd they! should examine it from u bioud, di-j passionate standpoint bet ore arriving ttt the decision of their judgment. At the outslart the peoiile should clearly understand the distinction between temperance and prohibition. All men are for temperance, hut all men do not atrree that it can be attained by force. They agree that, drinking not liein? a crime in itself but one of the natural rights of the individual, it is u matter of education and regulation to protect persons from its excesses the same as the excesses ol' any other natural function , mental or 'ihvsical. A certain of accidents hapoen in ac tive forces in nature or iu uian.There me cyclones and earthquakes, drouths uinl floods iu the laws of the earth that destroy life and p...

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. — 13 September 1906

4 TCX TUUA JiJOLl W)L1. THUESDAY M0RXIJT0, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. U MIMDY Editor and Owaer Oflic in Seaman Hutldinj, Third Street, Telephone No. 3.75 Filter.-.! in Oiu Tulsa I'oatofflce a second Jcuis matter elide j'1-t f..r jnnr. ii ii-r I" '.!..-! trail cUafed. ..) ...fr.e other, that :o : NEED Of FIP.E riGHTIXG EQUIPMENT Tr.KMS OK SLUSCRIITION. lMtly, fckn pi Monday, one week, by earner .10 Iimly, one moiilli. by currier 40 Lmly, me year, by mail 3.00 DID NOT AMALGAMATE. -f tl.e lie IM'-tlll' ol I'-' 1. 1, , I!.,. - .,1 , ... .'t III, tf.ri II N i ii 1 1 Tlii- two lei riloi ml i-fiittal rummitti-eii imlili'iiM rt v lnl 1 1 I ii in a L aniHle at tnc til'' C'.lnlliltl'-fs Ill I 'kill. nil,. I ( ll. l i,s f'Ollttl it Nt l"ljJ illll''.llr I, ill . 11,-11 Vt.i T ; I.! an an jil-'ainai ii'ii. Ill (-! .1111.' Ill"' In" till!.'. I lie 'll-.li I tot, ( 'hill I IIP. Ill "1 llil- lli'liilli 'l lilt'. IV i fclU'l if till' llllllllL'lllllllleil Committee, IH hllnC'lll fi...

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. — 13 September 1906

THE TVL8A DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORN IN 0, SEPTEMBER 13, 1008. fa c. INSURANCE : LOANS : BONDS Representing a number of the Leading, Strong, Old Lino Fire Compaaie. Desirable City and Farm Loam Oil and Oae leaa bonda, ai offices: Rear of Farmers' Nat'l Bank OOOOCOCOOOOCOCX S. J. 8 . ' Friend-Jones Building. Rooms 1, 2 anf l GIVE ME YOUR MITCHELL PROVED A HERO Doughty Mayor Prevented a Scrap Between Democratic Politicians. Intervention by John O. Mitchell, the doughty mnyor of Tulsu, pre vented a genuilK! scrap bet wen Glas gow, the terror of the First, and Kx ('ouneilinan Piersol at the meeting if the Jefferson club Tuesday night, (llasgow, in one of bis oratorical out bursts which have made him famous throughout the length and breoadth of his precinct, lenched a brilliant climax, to be greeted by Piersol with the humiliating exclamation of "Hats." This naturally caused (llas gow to wax wroth, and be proceeded to pay his reseets to Piersol elo quently. "Should not the Jefferson eh.b ...

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. — 13 September 1906

THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. m m I f i m . a s m a . t f News or the un world Tin- M id ( ! i tit-1 1 1 Held is Mttliii'' down to m ptriod nf qnietuda la -rerj , . i.i , prineipeJ producing' district, although r ' ' ..I,. ...... .. ....i .KI.. .i, i ... . mi,,. .7-, i-. ........ ........... ...... new production. With i In- exception of a little activity in the Big Creek eml of tlx- shallou Mud developnonl hii'I iii tin- dap --mil diatrial of Tolaa searoel) any nan work is in sighti because of aurplul ol nil Proaue- erx n gnise tin- lurplun, imt aona of them suggest variouet way "i remedying i lib, iii- predontinaking dm- being independent i 1 1 una to tin- gulf, Aprpos i't Texae, u runnit was heard this week i lit i tba a. ...i it ; .1 i ... . ...... ..!' fHlllllieio I m iin i in it i mil. in i. " vi Hlmrt Murk- and decreasing prooue- , tii in in tin- gull regi i" eonaidet ng the coal ut returning to coal aa a fuel mi tin- pari of tin- syatetn, s some otbar roada nay it' Te...

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. — 13 September 1906

rn tvuu iwuur van Thursday mornino, September is, 19o. The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papsrs Combined. The World Gets the Ad vertislnglHeca use It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING HELP WANTED MALE. TUTOR WANTED A first class eastern student to teach a boy fur the ensuing year. Adiess box 101G, city. 9-8 tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTKD Immediately, woman to cook at the Marchal House. tf WANTED $12 to $24 weekly sal ary ami expenses paid to energetic man or woman employing agents for fast selling goods in Indian territory Kxperieuce unnecessary, ernianent. References. Jos. Moore, Tulsu, Ind. Ter. -12-6f FOR SALE Moving pieture b 8ITUATI0NS WANTED--FEMALE eh ice, 1,800 feel of new film....

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. — 13 September 1906

TBI TVl&L DAILY WOH. THTBSIUr K0E5I50, SEPTEMEEE 15, JK. I WWW MNNMNMNMt McCALL'S Magazines on sale for only 5 cents McCALL'S all seams allowed PATTERNS 10 and 15 cents There is much satisfaction in buying your oH(gir! eiiooi Children's Weaiin a Add arel at our Store V becau.se much of the success and advancement your children make in school depends on the way you clothe them and we have not overlooked this fact in buying our immense stock of fall goods. We handle only the best to be had and at the very lowest price it can be sold. Some things we will mention and will be pleased to show you when you call. Y'u i: v. .'-'. i'-.ri t'.at ' '' ! y .".' a i i.-r Uin.- j I', ;r I'.f v.'. )'... i;.v n .. o, : ve r J'-..'1.!- ;t1 jtit'-l .-. ' We r ', . -ru n. J;- , Vf V:;' ... I $2 25 V . i Ki I, ! .-. '.. t" 2 50 li-f.i ' I :i ' : '. V, 2 50 I'. r t I: : i t-- 2.50 , r ;.. . . fr ; . . . . .75e to 3.00 UNDERWEAR. Tt.e :; ''."i 1 !. i:: a'u- ' f l'-c, 20c,' 2 vt. '.M .. Me the tr ii ."i...

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