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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 20 September 1906

41 THIS TULS. DAILY TOR LP THURSDAY MORNING, 8EPTEMBE8R 20, lKOB. AN OLD Hh AD AI MCHTS Or UNREST j Nj Mr. p, No Kent. No Ia.e"fcr tk 1 ti:.Jcier fr- ni K dncy TronWes. BENNEIT IS k THE i.,,,,. f I the kidney sufferer- f loin IIKl! I) tn uijilll . i' I) n i;, .t:i, aii 1 distills I let up tth a l.c illgcy o!' limk. U !' ll it tier V, II 4'' KliXIrkl-XV I uuuinLuii rilESF.NCE OF "BUD" LED SET TBR RECALLS KXPKRICNCKS li S SPILLED TBAINLCADS Lynx-EyfJ Bleurt th Fsr of all Oilicers in Fsrrstinf Out tat Contrsand Booas. J. K. "Hud" l.cdbctter, deputy Vnitcd States marshal from Musko gee, is in attendance on the federal thrill of court in Tulsa. His presence I: ere recalls his wide experience in I lie capacity of tin oflieYr In the In dian Territory. Liilbetter lias t reputation of having spilled more e nlraband booze than any otlier olli eer in the worm, lie says Ininsell I lint be lias no idea of tl.e extent i i f tilt whiskey lie has destroyed. He estimates it vaguely at " 'rainlaods."...

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. — 20 September 1906

- ( I 'i 8 ft ft ft ft r llZt! Tulsa's Up-to date Pharmacist, for the cor rect readings of words given in coupon below. The letters and words when properly arranged will be used by us for a sign. s v. 9 SEN! 10 F THREE BOOZE PEDDLERS GET SIX MONTHS IN JAIL. 11 Jiiiiih, Henry Robinson ami A C. Cupulaml Taken to Mus kogno Yeatcnlay. A 1 1 : r , r - 1 1 , "I ;m I ,i r: nun til !' I, If .1.1.1 W'lll.llll 1 1 I il P 'Ill ;.. i-.l.n ' I III I ".I I" 1 1 I III'' ' . I ' 'I', 11,1, .It. Hill .1 "I I : I I A I I "n I. IN. I and II' II .1 l!..l,i II. ' .1 ' 1 1 l,' t . I .ll .H . i I. .1 .1 .III' i .1. i Li I I ll'.' : I - .i 'i .. I i , I. I linn . I ' 'I. ,.M .-ll.-lt.l. I v. .,, ,1 , , , I ' .1 ' 1 .11 III"1 I ll.ll .ll I ill' i 1 1 1 ill lut "ll. : '" t ll' ... ill. t. ,1 , I i . I ! I ' ,111 III - I'll -M- "I II. lilt I'll I H" Hill PRISON! i , . ,,i i:, 'ii i ,ii.. I l'i i n i' i" " i, , i , i, ,i )., , , i ,i'il ii.. ii i.i"1 - ill l. , ,,, I.,'. ll. ! ii .i- i' i '"I , i'ii ;l-i ! I'i...

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. — 21 September 1906

THJILSA DAILY WOULD) VOLUME 1L NO. 8 TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNINU, SEPTEMBER 21, 1006, When Kipling Wrote "Lest We Forget" He Probably Knew it Would Be Handy as a Reminder that the World Prints More Want Ads than All Other Territory Papers Combined TAFT WIELDS THE BIG STICK TELLS CUBANS ALL NOT TO BE NAUGHTY NO COMPROMISE IN SIGHT Second Day of Conferences Has Had No Effect Toward Settlement of Difficulty On the Island. Havana, Culm., Sept. 20. The Sec ond day of conference with lenders of the factions in the Cuban conflict has not ennhled Secretary Tafl anil Assistant Keen tarv of Sstale Bacon In announce any olau for compromis ing the (lillicully. So strenuous nic the appeals of both liberal anil luod ... i . i . i. .i , i :....,:.... ernie pany icaocrs u.a. u,c s,u..um. becomcs increasingly complicated as . State Dcpatrment. negotiations proceed. However, I alt ; nid tonight that he believed wluu! W asluiitftcin, Sept. 21.- - -I. Reuben Ihev me broug...

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 September 1906

SEPTEMBER tl. i i t SIXTY-FIVE INDICTMENTS RETUliNED AGAINST UFFENDERS IN TULSA iMAEUION Or OTHER LIVES. Oalalioxa Workaia Clbrau. j IMMMHMIMMMWHH o .1 I..-..- tr. ; : t.'j t .r h.e ' t:. ir.t-, ' 4'. f t , '. .'U i.'-i hi : -v;-i. h- : n r. : 'r. t-r..-i .x u.',' ' I -l T' T . r: asir.t Tr.-.f. : t. . n.-.k . r..vi.ii'i . a.-i ...! . :j . ti..r..'.L' ,'. ! r.;. ...S)-.sJ tr. jk 1. 1 ; !' n- r- f . j r r t-'-i..'.. ' r i -.. t ! t .' - ! i..v.- a'. '.It- .'. , , . r. , r. b- :. r i.. tj - :.. r...t.j l'.r.r., i- p-.r. rr. !'.'., i - f'i- i'.-r I.." 'rid .ry f.Mi fi"-. ,-.r-.. ma ! .M.M" !. v.- TULSA MAY SECURE THE IkAf.U.n MASONIC HOME, ASI50,Cfla STKUCIUiii r ti.. ' Ml ir. MiVnic ..j,; of TuNaj il.nt.t'it.O.'l tl..tt Tw !-tt-r b ! l-r-t to th fi.'-n.'jTi frat-rr..ty, a.-..J the j i n'-rail v. Ti.M n a:i can be : rI for Tu!a, 'f an effort U r.a-J ( ri.n.i r." iraU itii the n.a, nitude of ti." f.r.rfrf'-'i in-t.tution Tul-a has Ion,' bn a j-ojuilar rimli date for ti. location ami sta...

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 September 1906

m TtntA BAItT VOIU rWDAT MORXINO, SEPTEMBER 81. 10. I NEILL MAXES A REPORT. Says Contractor! Realize It Ii Going To Be Enforced. Oyster Bay, L. I., Sept. 'JO.-President todiiv extended the I'lli t -hm r liiw to apply to nil public work under i a(.qui,1((, cctcd to have their respective legal of ficers prt-pareand forward to the prei -ident a list of Mich statutes anil ex ecutive orders as have a direct bear ing on contrnetN for the construction of public works, ami with which bid- lerH on such works Milium be imul. the supervision of anv departnient 01 the government. This matter elTccts more particularly woik on river and harb.ir improvements. ('has. 1'. Neill, commissioner of la bor, who, at the direction of the pres ident, has had charge since last winter of the enforcement of the ei"ht-hour law, has sent to the nresident H re port, of which the followinir is the t (including paragraph: "1 might add here that I found that one very noticeable effect has already been produced in th...

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 September 1906

THC MIS n. ,.ci . vj'v wor: isa si?:iueer 21, isoe. The Tulsa Daily World J. ' fit v:lY LUiior and Owner I t rv i ii'ii.iii liticul I'Hrticit df (lie I'niled Slulc to which my nil 'i- .11, re -tumid ll givi'lll "It was lie who Nt(iinH'il li in f r nt on the great whilt -line lcw of the niiiliil huiJdini.' ut Taliciiiali, w (hi flu il -incut, Teicphnne No. A'i' I'nii'.Miiiii panned thi' act iriiviiliiir fur .he HMintrnrit ut I In' I in m con, mission under 11 democratic aduiinistra CCOtill 1 i si n kiition. Daily- by Mill. (Mr Year bli Millllllh 'I ill it .liillill-. . . Daily by Cumr. iit nuttier ! linn, 11111I said, 1 1 i r-1 1 I" v lin iil! itself.' It uiin lie win Mini, '(III, w lit-11 Mill haw read the same I'HifeM ut' history ; ;!i,;t I I iiw, V'lil mi' mi 1 I In' r Indian en n lime any lnvi I li 1 tin- white 1111111, w In 1 drove iif at I hi' point i.f tin1 bay jiiiirl, tji ririy asunder I lie tic ut' love for onr lmmcs uml 4.011. Hii'xiili'K, uml I lie L'i'avi'H nf our belove...

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 September 1906

TIE TULSA. 1ULT WIL I RID AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900. 0 PENALTY OF ELBOW SLEEVES Anus Art Easy Prey to Mosquitoes Whon Gloves art Not Worn. "0 dear, what shall 1 luf 'unt look Hi I Iml." A young wniiutii w ho mire h pink dress Willi elbow sleeves was l alkiu; to a shopping coinpunion in one of the stores yesterday afternoon. Slit' i- x t en i icl ini of I it-1" linns anil dis lnyt'il hull' a dozen lit l li- ifil spiits, "My," suiil her friend. " MllSlplillH'S," rillll illllcd S'u. 1. "All my dresses have elbow sleeves Mid 1 can't wear long gloves nil the I inn. It's been tun Iml anil besides 1 diiii't like to wear them, lift's set'. What is it f You tret it for a penny." "Yon mean pennyroyal." "(), yes, that's it," said she with the elbow sleeves as she rubbed her anus. "Let's seu if we can Mini some." And thev started lor a tlrnjr store. One of the strong holds of osteu patliy is the remarkable results it has been able lo secure in diseases of wo men. Not only relief, Iml perma...

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 September 1906

TH T7LIA DA.HT WORLD FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 190. News of the Oil World What will lir thr deepest nil vn-ll in the Kiiiimi viis liehl ami the third deepest in L i- I hili'. I Slates is beili.' drilled on thr Abel Mull I'urui nil mile imrlli of lual, hy the W'illiuiin Keii'lirkiT I i-i 1 1 1 1 tr company. Mr. Ueadickcr expects to u'o at Irani 2,"00 feel if he ii. i- not ft I ike pa ill Mlrli (jiiuiil il ie as n prev ent linn from drillim; thai ileplh or sonic nther Iroiihle ilm-. not iinc. lie ha at present a force of men working on the well, vvhirh is now down a little more than .Vlll fret, Il in the custom lit drillers when they strike halt water or the Mississippi limestone In aliamloii thr will. Ifut it is mil .so with Mr. liYadickcr, who says thai neither Mississippi limestone imr salt water will ileter him from carrying nut liis piiijetr. lie says that the tin underlying the north Held is in an eu'u' shape anil that he believes thai there me two strata of can in stead of ...

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 September 1906

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1906. XXXOOu-.' X. .X5 : OOOOOCXXXXXXXDOOCXXXXXXXXXX) The World Want Department Tbe Workl Regularly Publishes a Larger Class 'lfied Department than All The World (jets the Ad vert i s i n j; I Uxa u se 1 1 A I way s Brings ke-uilt. The Vuit Department Jells 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. Latost Style in Full nd Winter SUITS Other Bastern territorial Papers Combined. THE TWLAA 9M3LJ WOKLB II . . IK""1 ' HELP WANTED MALE. TI'TOU WANTKl) A Hist class eastern student to touch a boy for the ensuing .veur. Adress box lOlti, oily. 0-8-tf WANTKD About three, h'vi Kchoc 1 students to work of iiioniinirs l.ofi ro liiviikl'ust. (iood my, steady work llii' yoiir round. Cull at the Wi.rlil o'lh c al ter -1 p. in. WANTKD A good man on dairy finui. Address McKane Dairy, Itox 447. or cull at I'auu two miles oast and one mile south of icmetel...

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 September 1906

rn msA daily wwld tridat mornino. beptember si, r . MACY WILL OPEN m - TURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 o: o MUSIC FROM 7 TO 9 p. m. rr nns K IN PRI7F.5 SBEv I 7 Tulsa's Up-to date Pharmacist, for the cor rect readings of words given in coupon below. The letters and words when properly arranged will be used by us for a sign. CUT THIS OUT, ARRANGE THE WORDS and bring it to our store and for the first correct reading we will pay in trade, and in cash; second correct reading, (Jin last correct reading (JC incash ulU All readings to be delivered at our uu store before October 1st. 1 1 J. Z. BRIGGS, Pkatniar. ins Popele ftr P r a I a r t u c i Pcamrtsiah rzazr Trrr.w -mrr.m yv.rru. ja. i-rn mm frr In addition to the above prizes, we will, on Saturday, September 29th, give to some lady the finest pair of shoes obtainable in Tulsa. All we ask is that every lady in Tulsa come in and register opposite a number and you may be the lucky lady. Register early. SOUTH MAIN STREET TULSA, OKLAHOMA T 8 2 WILL 'H...

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. — 22 September 1906

TOLSA DAILY 'MILD: VOLUME IL NO. 7 TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, XMTXAN TB1UT0RY, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1906. It is Suggested that the Boulevard Surrounding the City Be Agitated. There Could Be No Better Plan to Advance the City's Beauty. Take It Up Among Your Friends VAY-ff B m a PIPELINE TO THE GULF SOON? INDICATIONS THAT SOUTHERN OUTLET IS NEAR ACTUALITY. OIL MOVING TO TEXAS Prairie Oil & Gas Company Com mences Shipping 1,000 Barrels a Day to Corsicana Refinery. Indicat'ons in oil circles I point to the near actuality of the pipe line to the gn' , -om the Mid-Continent id, which have been the i of . conjecture for many ' he Prairie Oil & Gas ci in this city will soon "ce the shipment of oil ' points and this is . u many as a forerunner that the company is thinking seriously of taking action soon toward building the pipe line. In a telephonic communication, the managers of the Prairie Oil & 6 9 Gas company at Independence, Kan., last night, refused to give out an...

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. — 22 September 1906

TIX TVLtA DAILY WOIXD SATURDAY MORKISO. SEPTEMBE1 22, 190. RAILROAD LOST IN FEIIRILE SOIL SHOEI UXE BUILT IX SIBEUA EMIi-LLY DISAPPEARS SCENE IS NEAR IBollTSB EijiEKri Ejplain IlcMlx At C:d Chilly By T;e 7 aim Eoot aid fiproatxi la The Grocad. S'tr lu'i, ir, i-.. :tu .S b-na a r r tj . ! . ri A ' r A!r t.':. ;. -r, ::.' r:.r !:.:. jrt f"i: a;..i- !!.!; ... ::. tubjiM a rt rj..'r'-a! f r tr..-.--:,.; iix-fit ..f fre.irM a.-.u.vi tVc ra; s : Th 12 f.i.r rv.i iii ! !..!.;. I'.. I:rt r .) ti.i.t in A-.-t it.-i- ! t'lillil i--i,..!y :.r f.r-l iu n rt.'.trn Tru-rc tm r-tf'j!ar riw-t- f j' lao tr;p nfh aay Ui' i n .1 !- a a , raru'j i .ffi-rrj. Wna ir n.tif--c. rr.T.t the P a W tr-u'li r by lh- H i-in 'Arr:'i !., ( raff if i. this part of the r.v. r in jrr ),ii!v Lmi'lorifl sri.l the m.Ir'iaj f.:.'lv Ml iM'i '!;). Tie i'W"'".('tne . fju.n-il b a fanr e r t tw u-i hm-c a y-ar to rim tlirt-tite ii.actin ' Mir ar cr take rmf b !. ail t.jH away, and th iv.r abav rn-i. Son fiftiin -r l.rr. n!- ...

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. — 22 September 1906

TIE mi A DAILT WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8S 1906. PARANOUNT ISSUE BITTERLY CON TESTED IN FEDERAL COURT YESTERDAY Broken Arrow Sp it N ide Open Over Question of Three Dollar a Week License for a Skating Rink Anthor itiea by the iiushel. Horkcn 'Arrow, wiis in the limelight .yesterday iifleniouii in I lit' dihtrie -ourt and the pimiinoiint issue, "Is Three Dollars u week a prohibitive License fur Skiitiiur Kink?" was bit terly contested. Four ini'ii uud a boy constituted the witnesses in the cus, anil the city attorney of Hroken Ar iow ami ii "Knty" corporation law yer fought the good fight before Judge Ijawrence, the cnrniige oecti'iving the entire afternoon and continuing un abutedly until the evening slmdowii stole invitingly over the hills of Lout City. Law-book by the bushel were "toted" up from the sister city, am', nouirli authorities were quoted to de termine a question of the iinpoi lance f the railroad rute bill or the declar ation of independenee. The ease was amusi...

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. — 22 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORKltvQ, SEPTEMBER 22, 1906. The Tulsa Daily ll J. U. IUMUY Office in Soainan Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 3o6 tillered in ihe Tuba fi'stollict as second class matter T Kit. vlS OK SUttSiKII'HON. Daily by Mail. One Year Mix Months Tliivo Months Daily by Carrier. One War H; Six M. mllis --411 T'hcrcc Miinllis. One Mouth ANNOUNCEMENT. KOIt DKI.KtlATi:. Having becu solicited by friends mid neighbors both M home mid over the entire tidrd district, to I'nti'r the rnr. for constitutional delegate, I have decided to offei my name to the Mi-publicans of said district as a dele irate to the constitutional convention. The fact that most towns anil cities have hem divided in recent municipal elections, etc., and that the farmers have never had any representation in government and that the new state will lie the home of the fanner, I believe a farmer, centrally located in the district, should represent the 63rd district in the coining constitutional uiiv...

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. — 22 September 1906

VILE 1UL&A. DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1906. C D. Coggeshall INSURANCE : LOANS : Representim a number of the Leading, Strong, Old Lino fir Companies. Desirable City and Fans Loans Oil and Gas leas8 sends, as well offices: Rear of Farmers' Nat'l tHHIIimimtlllHINIHHMSHMM FRANK McGLOTHLIN CRITICALLY IN JURED IN DUEL WITH UEKIWA NEGRO In u pitched tint tie with revolvers mill u Winchester lillo Thursday ev ening lit Wekiwa, a small station ten miles west of Tulsa on the Kuty rail road, one man was killed, another mortally wounded nud a third slightly injured. Jim Smith, colored, a rail' road section foreman, was shot below the heart and died two hours after being wounded. Frank McGlothlin, assistant postmaster at Wekiwa, and a former member of the Tulsa police force, was shot through the abdomen mil his ileal li is III ill rl V eXliocted. A negro section hand named Powcs, who was indirectly the cause of the trag edy, was slightly wounded in the left leg. He has disa...

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. — 22 September 1906

TX1 TVIMX IAILT W01 SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1904. i j News of the Oil World THE OUTLOOK IN CAADA. Wells Are Coming in Which Define the Liiuiti. Cliiitliiini, Knl., Sept. Jl--Within till' IH'Xt tWll ACI-S tllf "ll 111 ! who Iiiivc Iii-i ii tlockiiii: I'l Ontario, Can win, will know wln-tlur I ln section if tin- country will develop nit mi oil Iii-iii nr whether only a -mull I luis lii-f ii I.H-utft. I'ii In dute w-IN 'lllive been Completed, (ill i'l' which mi' r lin'i ii tr cither ml nr l: ii-. i )t two. The Held i- located in the rounty nt' Kent, alimit ti ft -it miles mitlnM--l nt' Thallium, in Tulliu ry i-inint v. Onlv two mells so tar have Imi-ii of till- llll-tlT variety. I!'. Ill nt tin-- were considerably ahead nt' n- 1 1 n til. II mill thnllt'lil tn In' ill Inn'. Tin' KulliT u oil. ju-l i-a-l "t tin' -liilimi of Fletcher am! alimil two miles north nt' production, wa- a iunk duster. It iliil lint have I'llnllL'll L'll tn blacken tin- I'lililf. Tin' t'mw will. li e mile...

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. — 22 September 1906

TKZ TtJUlA bAUt tiU SATURDAY MORMKC SITilLIP. 22, 1P00. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXOOCx M juuoccx- cxxxxcocoococoocoxcoc6 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 vertUinK rauieltAlwns Brings keftult. 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 Styles in Fall and Vinter ...SUITS.. HELP WANTED MALE. Tl.TOK WAXTKH A fust class Wit em siuilcnt to tench u buy for tlit unmiinii )tr. Adics lx Htlii, city. l--'f WANT I l A1m.hI tljiw, hijili KcllOI.I student Id Wink (it Ill'.II'llillUO before broukt'usl. tloul pay, cloudy work the your ronml. Call at the "World ollirv al'ti'r 4 r. ra. WANTED Shoveli-iu nt IT'o .-Hits per hour. Teams with low wato.is ud dump boards UU'ss cents per hour. Apply to H. H. (iunl tin work on Boulder Houlevnrd...

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. — 22 September 1906

ATUXDAT MORXINO, 8EPTQTBER 22, 1906. Williamson Bros. We are showing the Createst Line of Fall and Winter Merchandise ever in Tulsa. Cluaks, IMn Coats, riothinp, Shoes, and Overcoats. V e are disposing of the Gro cery Department to make nom fur the TULSA MULT W0B1D n... ,l" R0. JBL ABOVE vJ ALL f .SB Gin PHILIPPINES GENERAL WESTON EEFCP.T3 UP ON ARMY STATIONi. HOST ARE TEMPORARY Me Recommends Ptrn:ai'.cn Buildings of Stone Forty-ore ScctiuiM Are Vw.iiU'iicd. Washing! Kept. Ji. M.'.i 'i- !'!'- end Wrsli n, omnia i ' ' . -1 the ilcp.nl incut "I' I.11.11 i, I'', lyiu i'l. nuts, in ill- . 1 1 - ,.,'il 'I Mlt M ill.ll 1 1 -in M.". !.i. Iciii nil ui'li'Mi -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -: l lu- ' r:ll ii'ii' ' ir llll ' ', " t , 14 1 1 M'lllil llV 1.3(111 All CI il. Ill ll'lHips inn! ",KS na'ive Hoops. Then- iin' lu liiiL'iiili' I roups in tli department, F t. McKinlcy iniil Camp Slot '.cnhcig, and the liiltcr is ilitlii ult i I iin fs siinil e. posed. Ki r ii if. mmI 1 1 nt i hi of the dis I: hit wago...

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. — 23 September 1906

TOLSA DAILY WOMJD) TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1006. VOLUME II, NO. 8 Still Wc Needn't Lose All Hope of Saving the Country a War, Even Though Things Do Look Very Blue. Lulu and Leader's Case Looked Gloomy for a Long Time, You Know ENTER PEACE TO KNOCK GALLEYWEST THE BIG WAR PLANS THE WEATHER. O 19 m 0 iO Washington, D. C Oklahoma and Indian Territory, fair Sunday and Monday. Missouri Fair, cooler Sun day; Monday fair. Greatest Activity in War Department Since the Spanish American War OFFICIALS ANXIDUSLYAWAITINGANSWERTB "WHEN?" Every Branch is in Readiness for Instant Activity-All Eyes Tnrned to Roosevelt-Invasion of Cuba Awaits the Call of the Chief Executive. TAFT SEES A WAY OUT. Havana, Sept. 22. Secretary of War Taft sees a way tonight of saving the Sovereignty of the Cuban republic. He admits that he has a tang ble plan, but will not disclose its exact character. It is not a victory for either political party, but contemplates radica...

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. — 23 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
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