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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 14 September 1906

TULSA DAILY WOULD VOLUME II, NO. ! TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1906. The Daily World Celebrates Its First Anniversary Today, and is Feeling Mighty Lively for a Yearling, ThanK You. It Expects to Go Some in The Two-Year-Old Class. Watch It 3 DIVlDI C. H. Bosler, Ohio Traction Magnate, Obtains Control of the Street Railway Franchise. WORK COMMENCES AT ONCE ON CONSTRUCTION OF 6 MILES OF TRACK. AN AMUSEMENT PARK SUMMER THEATER TO BE BUILT AT COST OF $75,000. IN OPERATION MAY 1907 All Difficulties Removed and Street Cars Will Soon Be Running Through Streets of City. Tnlsn passed 1 ho dividing line yes terday liftwt'ii ii live town ami a city when' Charles 11. Busier, of Dayton. Ohio, obtained a controlling interest in the Tulsa strct railway company Mr. Bosler and his asociatcs pur diascil tiftv-one per cent of the stock of the company, ami announce that they will immediately begin the cou nt ruction of from four to six miles of track. Cars w...

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. — 14 September 1906

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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. — 14 September 1906

S i "THIS IS THE NEW GIANT CIRCUS" ONE DAY ONLY UNDER BIG TENTS The Carl UM in fiDPATRD CHAWC Now a Modern Three-Ring Circus Larger & better than any on earth CARL HAGENBECK, THB TUUJA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900. wi iLiiiiiiiiijiwwwjiiiijnmm Y : 1EK 1i MIIk 1 IK LION EQUESTRIAN. This Tented Amusement Enterprise Is the Only Dangerous Rival of the Circus Trust 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 Chicago Newspapers Say It Is the Biggest and by Far the Best A LEVIATHAN BESIDE WHICH ALL OTHER SHOWS ARE PYGMIES Presenting, wuotif scores of remarkable novelties from every country on earth and combined with tlie famous und original Carl Hagenbeck Trained Wild Animals features at both Chicago and St. Ijouis World's fairs, the crowning achievement of the country. THE SOMERSAULT OF DEATH Undoubtedly the most thrilling: and awe inspiring feat ever a...

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. — 14 September 1906

4 TEX TULSA &AI1Y WwRLa TRIDAY MOEXDJO. SEPTEMBER It I'M. The Tulsa Daily World J. U BWAUV Editor and 0r C-t ir, S-fr.n h.i.ry, Ttrt Ktrt, TWrr No. lntrj U lutt huf!,re u .fl matter TfcKMs (jP SL'Ji-CklPTlOS. tally, tie-t M ir.'Jy, of iy ctrr.fr I .10 Vtily, on imn.it,. by carrier Diiiy. of; '. tjr rr.it. It MAEKS THE DIVIDING U.VE- !;. I t 1. 1 .. t.r.t ia A if;! u A J! . .71 " ,,.. ut !.'.- T ;.-a "'! I )ivj'..' j.a-s-J ii.t' if. ! a;. -is ? 'f'-:i' -'J. -. 1 '- IT I.- !..- jr.- iti.'- t'. ;. i-l.".'. ! a Mr. !. v. ! tt'..,,.: ..; i- nl !!. I. j t;. la,1!, i'. i: ! i! .( Ut It ii-i. a .fnjt)"fj J." f ? !ii.r.' .f "inli"i.. Mr I ra. . .-m f.l.ni ( a n. I t thmin. trt ri!ay. ni il i ' t l a '."""I -itv Tula ik i a-'ir-'i .f a t r--t ra.i an'! n iil f a yii.j; projmiti.n fr..n. ii.i- t'sil. I....i!i- I K - iit il! ifr. t" it by tb tin.- li t- )n - i- ! ..i i M 1 S'n-i-t an. i al.t-M'l i.ij.i.Hv. W'jlbn; a if months, tbf fitir b'iifi ii. strict Kill ( ai'l. Kvr ilbr f'irni of irr....

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. — 14 September 1906

T C. D. Coggeshall INSURANCE : LOANS : BONDS Representing a number of the Leading, Strong, Old Lin Firs Companies. Desirable City and Farm Loans Oil and On leas bonds, as offices: Rear of Farmers' Nat'l Bank ooooooooooaxxx S. J. RICHARDSON Boog Insurance . . and . . Building Loans Friend-Jones Building, Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Second Floor. GIVE ME YOUR TULSA MAN HONORED-WILLIAMSON ON BRYAN RECEPTION COMMITTEE Geo. T. Williamson, of the firm of Williamson lirot tiers, returned yes terday morning from St. Louis, where he had hen in attendance on the big meeting ocasioned by the visit of Wililum J. Bryan to Unit city. iwr. Williamson was honored by being pin 1 on the reception committee to greet the famous Nebrnskan. He talks interestingly of the gathering and says it is the most interesting event lie has ever exerieneed. Mr. Williamson says he is more than ever a Hryan man now, and that he con siders the Commoner the greatest man before the public today. Mr. Williamson had never heord Brynn...

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. — 14 September 1906

rnE TULSA DALT WORLI J RIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. 190. News of the Oil World Pipe Line Ru;; are Down tir. I.-. 'i i.f. ! - I" " Il'.l ! r 1 I. T. .! Ill, I. Il . T.u.U'1 Tli- -i'liv li.'." i : l,r-l -I''. ' 'l-t. .ill r .1 'It.. w l. Hill.- Dell v. I r . A .. .- i,u A. i.o.loi; ', T"t r.i. 4J I.. V I'l .i:o,:no.7'j 21,3:10.11 . . .2.VI.4 '.',.:!! .'(' 770.18 tin- f:r-l weik i! .Juiv fill pn-n c llltl.p i- c li'iihlii L' ma' Ecfinery Practically Fir.inhed. Tlie Kan-a- In.l. pen .lent i! I'e-fiin-1 v at 'li.n.iit.' i- pi . i. -I i. ally cin Jlll'le.l. The .till. Wile lilleil with w all r toi I ne pui "I li-'nr.' 'hem ami ihe tires will he Marled sometime tills hi I.. The h. .'.t w ill lie applied rii'lually, so a- not to cia.k the ina oiiaiv aii'l liri.-k wok. I' i alien. I ac.-uii il.iliii' 11 'ole nn. I hit" lilled -ix or seven tanks. The lirst ml wa- inn into the lank- a week ic'o Salui.lay. Tin- company liils a .n- line nlioul six miles loir. runniiiL' inl". Hi"' held loilli ami...

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. — 14 September 1906

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1906. COC XJOOCOCKXXXOOCXOOCXXC CXXCXDCOCOOCXDCOCOaXXXXXXXDO' The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. The World (lets the Ad vertising Because It Always lirings 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 Moat Fashionable TAILORING IHE TULA u .a i HELP WANTED MALE. TUTOR WANTKD A first clans eastern student to teach a hoy fur the ensuing year. A dress box 1010, city. 9-8-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTKD Immediately, woman to cook at the Marehal House. tf WANTKD (iii I l lo general housework. Apply !-( south Detroit, ut once. 4-1 w WANTED $12 to $24 weekly sal ary and expenses paid to energetic man or woman employing agents for fust selling goods in Indian Territory. Experience unnecessary, permanen...

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. — 14 September 1906

THE TULSA DAH.T WORLD. FRIDAY MOENTNQ, SEPTEMBER H, 1906. llll SB BB: :Q3 BB: :Q3 n n v A if 4 IT" i "v79 n 1 e CP w To Know that the Ewing Hardware Co., ALL KINDS OF STOVES. We are is acknowledged by All to S3 t We would prices 05 The THRONG OF 2000 WITNESSED THE STEREOPTICON SHOW LAST NIGHT Thf St-i-tit icon show, given lit the n1 ii r Miller I'.lhiiilgc-Iong store last night, was witnessed 1 a throng !' 2. mm men, women and children. Tin' si reel in front of tin' store was cruvvilcd by multitudes of people from Cini'iiiliali avenue down In Main street ami extended fur down Mlislllll llVI'llllt'. Tin' show was a lirst -class exhibi tion in every respect. Tin- rini'ial pictures shown were tin1 Wurld's Fair scenes, in which all uf the main event s of the hit; exposition were dc pieteil ill a life-like manner. The children in I lie audience were con vulsed with laiiL'hler over the comi cal scenes in which Buster Brown ami Tisre predominated. This feature was AN OLD MAN DESTITUTE John...

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. — 15 September 1906

VOLUME n, NO. 1. It Appears that Tulsa is UNITED S EIGHT HUGE BATTLESHIPS OF AMERICA SURROUND THE WARRING ISLE OF CUBA Time Has Arrived When Uncle Sam Deems It Necessary to Take Affair in Hand Immediately. PALMA S POWER WIDENED SPECIAL SESSION OF CUBAN CUBAN CONGRESS THROWS DOWN BARS TO CHIEF UNCLE SAM IS READY War to Be Brought to an End if Armed Force Becomes a Necessity. TAFT GOES TO CUBA. Oyster Bay, Sept. 14 It is officially announced that Secretary of War Taft will leave Washington for Cuba, on Sunday, September 16. Ha will be accompanied by Robert Bacon, Assistant Secretary of state. They will (o direct to Key West and leave at once for Havana o nboard a naval vessel INTERVENTION IS MADE. Oyster Hay, Sept. 14. After a pro tracted conference with Secretary of Wnr Taft, Acting Secretory of State Bacon and Secretary of the Navy Bonnpnrte, President Roosevelt to night addressed an important com munication to Cuba and arranged fr Secretary Taft or Uncoil to go to that island on Su...

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. — 15 September 1906

J- SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER, 18, 1806- CHAIRMAN FILSON TALKS DISCUSSES AMALGAMATION OF , THE TWO TERRITORIES. TOO MUCH WAS ASKED By the Indian Territory Politicians Would Have Caused a Tight. Guthrie, Okla., Seniembir 11. Ter ritorial secretary I'lius. II. Filsoii It'll la-t night I"!' Chicago, where lit' iH spend u wk visiting friends nml will meet Mi'". KiNihi, who lias been vis-it intr i" Michigan l"i- some time past. Just In-I'n re leaving In' ' '". conwrsntioii willi a representative of the Tinies-.lournul: "N, v.c need not amalgamate 1 1"' !' ' milttces ,i it wus iliiiiui'il and hnpcdto I"' done Tlif Iniliaii Tfi-i-ilin-y members desir ed tlial the vice-chairman ami secre taryship be jfiveu I" OUIah..uia. Tins would haw precipitated a light ami I submit te d a it'M'iillioii liul H wii withdrawn later. Tlif Indian Terri tory members refused to accept it and later offered to, hut I he Oklahoma members decided that il was I hi' best to organize the to in separate bodies which ...

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. — 15 September 1906

"THIS IS THE NEW GIANT CIRCUS" ... h-k A. SATU r '"'ISA a F : . .. .i k ONE DAY ONLY UNDER BIG TENTS The SSJHA IMMHtMHI TOLS RDAY. SEPTEM CARL HAGENBECK, flPFATPD QHHWQ lN()W a Modern Three-Ring Circus Larger & better than any on earth LION EQUESTRIAN. This Tented Amusement Enterprise Is the Only Dangerous Rival of the Circus Trust 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 Chicago Newspapers Say It Is the Biggest and by Far the Best A LEVIATHAN BESIDE WHICH ALL OTHER SHOWS ARE PYGMIES Presenting, among scores of remarkable novoltw from every country on earth and combined with the famous and original Carl Hagenbeck Trained Wild Animals features at both Chicago and Si. Iouis World's fairs, the crowning achievement of the country. , . , THE SOMERSAULT OF DEATH Undoubtedly the most thrilling and awe inspiring feat ever attempted and successfully executed. With the Spe...

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. — 15 September 1906

1KB "ULSA i-ATLV VwdU). SATURDAY MOEKi:;0, SEPTEMBER, 15. 1908. . 1 . . . . lIUl ' THE VICE Vr uemcn!.... S&6o vV . a& The Tulsa Daily World J. M HU VUV ... Editor and Owaer Office in Seaman Huildinif. Third Street, Telephone No. 3f6 hntereu in ihe Tnl I'oetoflice m teeond Jclase matter TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. rtuii u.r.i MimHv on week, bv carrier S .10 1 c- - fiu. u nha month bv umtf Duuy, one yew, by mail 3.00 THE WORLD. Tin- Win lil, with t li i k ishiu'. Iiilmiis the secoiiil year iif ili existence. Tin- past year has !)--n one of remark able t;riiwili anil success, thanks In I he iiiiw averint: sup pull dl' Ihe !'ricinls uf Ihe paper. The uullniik fur the lie e;ir is cxcceiliny ly hriirht. Tie country lb pros peimis mid the i.ilveiit uf stalehniitl will mean the rapid ileehpliieiit i'l' the hitherto ivstraincil IcrrtoiieK. The World roer the Ineal Held ami adilitional elfort will he made to increase Ihe loeal report. The leleKrnpb M-r.ice is now the largest in the Indian...

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. — 15 September 1906

C. D. Coggeshall & Co. INSURANCE : LOANS : BONDS Representing a imW of Uie Deiirable City and farm Loam solicited; low rates Of bur. Oil nt Qaa Uaa bond,, as offices: Rear of Farmers' Nat'l Bank S. J. Friend-Jones Building, Rooms 1, 2 and I .-V,.- v, world. .V, . .'. GIVE S. J. PETITION FOR PAVING OF BOSTON AVENUE SIGNED BY ALL OWNERS The petition for paving Boston avenue and Second street, which for Home cause failed to lie presented at the Inst meeting of the eity council, Hiv now complete in every way ami will go in without fail at the nextl eouncil meeting. The Second Htreet paving as agreed upon will start from Moulder ave nue and run east to Detroit, a dis tance of four hlocka. HUMAN IS MISSING Oil Well Contractor Changed Resi dence Without Giving Notice. K. E. Hileman, a well-known oil well contractor, in reported to have suddenly left the city without having notified his creditors. At any rate at tachment proceeding have been filed against property supiMised to belong .....

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. — 15 September 1906

I NTE TOT4U DAAXY VOm.D SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906 News of the Oil World Rrarhc Ani"enieiit. It preseul plans mi' curried out, which ii probable, (bare "ill soon b ii steady and reliable market fof all tin' surplus oil in tb Tulsa district. Aflor a confert nM Thursday between a committee ol Twm oil producers, represent ini the combined refiners ami ihippcri' luteretti ot the grssl Texas Heidi, ind committee of tbi largest local open trot, 10 agreei I Mru praotieall) reached whereby 1 1 o southern luteresta will take rare of ull tin' surplus ml tin' fll In tbil diftriol can produce. There are a few detaila yel t" be aettledi reaaonable snipping ratei he lag the biggest item. If the Midland Valley and the Kansas City Southern Railroads make the right U i n. l of hipping ratei the Texas pie will furnish "il tank trains, t ne ruggini nil & Fuel company of Texas alone lias offered Mr, llolden, vice-presiden of. the Midland Vallej Railroad one hundred and llfty tank cars. Th...

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. — 15 September 1906

r XXXXXXXXDOCOOOCXXXX. cxxxxooocococooooooocxxoco The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World (lets the Ad vertising Because I tAIways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING TM1 TOUM DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER, 15, 1906. r HELP WANTED MALE. V-ANTKI) One or two boy to sell papers of mornings. Cull at the World olTiee. 9-14-tf TUTOH WANTKD A Qrst class eastern studcut to teach a boy for the ensuing year. A dress box 101(i, city. !)-8-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. WANTF.l) Immediately, woman to cook Rt the Marchal House, tf WANTED lirl to do general housework. Apply D'Ji) south Uetroit, at once. 0-14-1 w WANTED Ten waitresses at the New Bismarck Cafe, 102 South Main. Call Frida...

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. — 15 September 1906

THB TOJU DAILY WOEIB. TRIDAT MOEK1KO, SEPTEMBER U, 1906. ART LEAGUE CASE UP AGAIN, statement Roger Kiillin was I" v'" ,, i ( al night. Bryan said thai he would not lower dihrussii.n ini -Ni-Mmiii ol c I' prrsonal i Irovrrsy. Tin' lexl "I' lux reply i 1 I "III Ili speech he InlC llu The eti-c of Club in Chicago on llu llu Anthony Comstotk, Mont Hated Man in America, in the Limelight. New York, Sept. A 111 )l 111 V Collisllick II. against League will coini' up t.xin y txf.ni' Magistral llic K-sex Market police ic ollicials (if the Mi-s Anna Robinson, llW S tTl't'SOll i I'll I iiu ill i-' .. I I II.-. ill-Ill'. I II MM' it- nrinrnun-i ' .,r UouiT Sul I i itti. 'It rralic Students hearing Mii.vi in coml. 'I Ul'll as bookkeeper whom I1"' vice crusader ji i -!.( ! . will iil'l'i'i"' ii 'I 'I'1"' charge against Hie defendants is the of linger Sullivan, "r iialiiiiiiil I'liiniiiiMt' mi li'"11' 111"'"'""- SlllllV till llllS II'I'IHMI Ml "I SUIiem. ... oiiili- characteristic nl' a mini "I ili...

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. — 16 September 1906

TULSA DAILY WOMJD) VOLUME II, NO. 2 TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TE1MTOAY, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1906. r-TTf -- The Value and Result-Bringing of World Want Ads are Proven by the Fact That the World Prints More Want Ads Regularly Than All Other Eastern OKIahoma Papers Combined TREPOFF, RUSSIAN TYRANT AND DESPOT, IS DEAD AT COMMANDANT OF IMPERIAL PALACE PASSES AWAY. WAS REMARKABLE MAN Name Is Indelibly Linked With Roe action and Oppression in the Czar's Domain. St. Petersburg, Sept. IV General Dinietri Feodorevitch Ticpoff, com mandant of the imperial palace, died at 0 o'clock this evening in his villa at Peterhoff, of angina peehn-is. General Trepoff, whose name was indelibly linked with the reaitiim and oppression in Russia, was a remark able man. lie was a natural despot, a tyrant by inclination, education and cornier tint). He was oue of those men who have constantly appeared in Kussian history just at the time when condi tions were the most promising for the putting o...

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. — 16 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY W( ELD. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1906. COL. RUSSELL REVIVES OLD MEMORIES OF WHEN THE CIRCUS COMES TO TOWN Tlic editor ill' (In1 Smith Mi'Ali'hler Capital proves Unit ln lias nlti'inli'il circus, ur maylii' more than mil', by Tiling tliu following : 'Lives there it man with soul mi dead who never to himself hath said, with many crowding I'liml ions of joy:" Tin1 circus is coming." "The cirrus is coining!" Wlial memories tin) old phrusn rousucs of Kiirnincr morning long ago when you watched the slow train unload I'mm your secure position on top of A pile of lien, of tin' direct parade with the country people lining up the Hide walks, the blare of the many hands ami the stately solemn tread of the elephants. Ami with what excitement you lite your dinner. Your father hud prob ably denounced the circus as a tent covered aggregation of sin, but in his vest pocket lire tickets, ami small coins jingle in bis right trousers pock- KETOWAH INDIANS VOTE TO TAKE NO PART IN P...

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. — 16 September 1906

sr TOT TCLSA DAILY WOULD. SUNDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBER IB, 1000. OS SB: ( L V 1 We To Know ft m ft ill iff IT 0 FOR RENT Furnished house. Coiner of Fourth and Frisco. See C. F. Tingley, at Union Trust, com pany. 0-lG-tf Dr. Harrison, dentist, Room 214, First Na tional Bank Building. CICERO L. HOLLAND C. O. D. ..GROCERIES.. No214 East Third Street Phone 51. o ONLY SPOT CASH GROCERY . IN TULSA Basket of Tired Japan Tea . . . .S.-20 1 lb Star Tobacca 42 1 lb Horse Shoe Tobacco 42 1 lb Granger Twist Tobacco 42 3 boxes Rub No More -10 1 lb Sequoyah Soda 05 2 lbs Cow or Ann and Hammer Soda 13 1 package Corn Starch 05 110 Ears Lenox Soap 25 2 cans Lewis Lye 15 IS lbs Crannlated Sugar 1.00 7 lbs Navy Beans 25 Our coffee comes from the finest coffee house In the United States. 1 lb Diadem Coffee 35 1 lb Montauk Coffee .25 5 lbs Montauk Blend Coffee .... 1.00 3 Hi ran Diadem Coffee 1.00 1 lb Rio Blend Coffee 20 12 lbs Our Special 25 1 lb Best O. P. Tea 00 1 lb 60c Blend Tea -40 Dry Salt Meat, pe...

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. — 16 September 1906

4 TKB rOLBA PAUT WttttU. BUNPAY MORNIMQ, SEPTEMBER 16, 1906. 1 aiu i I The Tulsa Daily J. ft. IJWADY Office in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. XS Fiitonsl in tho Tulsa PiwtnlhVo an second 'rlaun matter TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily.cxcept Monday, one week, by carrior $ .10 Daily, on month. Iiy carrier Daily, one year, by mail THAT BUILDING INSPECTION. In consideration of tlic past, ami whut we know about biiiidin;; t tuiU'tnj lnl-l in Tulsa, it in up to the city council to appoint a building iKM)i!tor n provided for i'i nn ordinance recently passed Iiy that body. The ordinance provides for the pay mid duties of said inspec tor mi. I hIk mi ! Iff a in mi thoroughly acquainted with nil kni'U ()' buildings, weights, strains, riirryini? eupiicity of iron, Klecl, brick or stone, and must be a limn enlcii Ittteii to use good jmlLTUH'iit and render decision without prejudice or favor. Tlic city of Tulsa has passed the. villain btulo and is milking rapid strides toward a metropo...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
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