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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 23 September 1906

I Williamson Bros. We are showing the Greatest Line of Fall and Winter Merchandise ever in Tul.-a. Cloaks, Rain Coats, Clothing, Shoes, and Overcoats. We are disposing of the Gro cery Department to make room for the ABOVE ALL TR TULSA DAILY WOULD SUNDAY MOENWO, SEPTEMBER S3, 19C. WLLIARflSON mm if NNI STOLE L PUT UP MONEY FOR AGENTS TO FILE UPON IT. TAKEN FOR FARMING Eoad Began To Mine Coal From It At Once Fraud la Un earthed. Omaha, Neb., Sept. 22. When the Interstate Commerce commission hear ing' before Commissioner Prouty was esumed today I). 0. Clarke, general manager of the I'nion Pacific Coal company, who also is vice-president of the Superior Coal company, re sumed the stand. The methods of se curing and mining the lands now owned by tho Superior Coal company and the reasons for securing it we.-e under consideration. Mr. Clark said it was the intention to secure all the CICERO L HOLLAND C. O. D. II UllUUIilllliU III No. 214 EAST THIRD STREET Phone 51 '2 Dozen Eggs 1 pound Cre...

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. — 23 September 1906

TH3 IVLSA AILT WOSU) SUNDAY MOEXQt'O. SEPTEMJER S3. 1906. The Tulsa Daily J. V HU, Khm in i aA H ..' 'tf Tr i'-i l.".s m '' LiFTl'iN LI-?- One Y !'. T.l-r .. . Oh Vfr. . S.i M -.tL. Thei"- .'I - D-y ty Cirr.tr ANNOUNCEMENTS. r-'K IKl.KiiATK. l(4Hi.' .!-! ' ' ; I.i u.r 1 rr ii.' ' fi. f..r -..i.;iM!i i. ( .j;.. 1 : ' my ran.r t. i; - H-p'.;',;.. : j,'4l- to t!j ril.t:lii:i' ! a! .'..:-. T' r Tm 1 :!iat r: . ! ! v-, j .1 " ' i.i rtr-i i n.uui'Hitl ! . ..'. hav r.rvrr l.ai as. ipr -,!!; i that tt.c new !' i t" t!- I'"" ' " Miee I'ani:T. rfMlra'. -I in l! . rir--f)t ti.t i.ird i.-ir..s ninvni!i..ii. In ti: mi.t 'f rr. wilir t l; ip; r! i f ti inir t ft. h..u!. I !'! Kiirh a f -1 1 . "'irr er.lirr il.tn t. , i ! ,. ..jj.i f -l ! . - r.'i.iu.'l. .Ii ill ' W. llr.K. F"U ,KLK';.VI. At the !i.-.tat:-i. f ai v. - : - '. .:.! a: i iie us.a.. iiiiou action i the ( t.-a l;.-p;ii..i.-aii . i ih. riii..i:i my candidal. I hae d-i.lel t- ubn.it n. uan.e l- the Kepubhcaii .f tf. ittytl.ifd !.-'' . ' ...

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. — 23 September 1906

THE TVL8A DAILT WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1906. I i i MMMMMMIMHWWWMWMMIMMMIHtHMtl C. D. Coggeshall INSURANCE : LOANS : Representing a number of the Leading, Strong, Old Line Fire Companies. Desirable City and Firm Loan Oil and Gas leas bonds, as well offices: Rear of Farmer' Nat'l OtOIOIOIOIOIOI o PERSONALS. W. (i. Whorton of St. Ixmis, is at the Alcorn. 11. C Price and Cy. Snow are here from Joplin. K, I., McCain, of Emporia, Kas., is at the New State. A. K. Miisseur of Alva, was at the Alcorn Friday night. E. (!. McDimmith was here from .loplin Friday evening. A. B. Davis is a business visitor iu Tul -a from Philadelphia. Mrs. Randolph Shirk is ill at her home, 0SO South Boston. James Tyner and John I'rilcher, nf Turley, are here on business. ' MY. and Mrs. If. T. lioot of Denver will spend Sunday in Tulsa. W. II. Hanensty of Lebanon, Ky., 0000COwO00OwO0000 MERCHANT'S CAFE Sardine Canape Damon Gherkins SOUP Consomme a la Royal FISH Fresh Lobster, a la Newburg BOILED Fres...

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. — 23 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1906 News of the Oil World THE TRUTH ABOUT IT World Gets Reliable Infonna tlon Regarding Situation. The World liaH investigated the oil situation in Tulsa, and is in a position to give the ex act facts in regard to the situ ation. In the donire to arrive at a Bane and detlnite under standing of tho matter, tho World sont a Htaff corrcspon dent to Independence, Kan , and the othcialN of the Train.' Oil & (la company wore in tcrviewed. The following story 18 the rosult of tho interview: There iB no reasonable justi ttcation to expect an advance in the price of oil in the Mid Continent held in the mar fu ture. However, new eondi Uohh are arising in tho Gulf coast regions, whore the pro duction iB rapidly decreasing that will help quite materially in Bndini a new market for the rapidly increasing produc tion of this field. It can sefcly be asserted that a pipeline will be under construction from the Mid Continent field to the Gulf ...

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. — 23 September 1906

7 The World Want Department TAKE IflE OFPOETUNITLY M havinu your linen ilnnt op by mi Niiihtiv li ii ml ry at the prices that e me tilinwiinr for first class work, lliinwwivi'i will be K'lad to escape the drudgery (f laundering collar ruffs iiml shirts, wlirn they can have tin in limit? satisfactorily and just like t km little expense by LAUNDRY, The Right Way. :t"ir Kai Kir-t S! I'hor.e No. 135. 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 wurk wonders. World ads work wonders. : I he World (iets tlu Aii vcrtisinllccauseltAlwax s ! hrins Remits. The Want j Depart iiunt Tells Non the Mor of the Circulation. TE TULSA DAILY WOELD 8UJfDAY MOR5INO, SEPTEMBER 23, 1906. i HELP WANTED MALE. Tl'TOIt WANTKK-A tirsi cI;in; eiiMcru student tu teach a Imy t'r tljo ensuing year. Adiev, box lOlii. city. !t--tf i WANTED Ab.-ut tin. hL'h j scho...

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. — 23 September 1906

TBS TULSA DAILY WOULD SUITOAY MO&NXXO, 8EPTQOEK 83, 1808. NEW TREATY IS PROPOSED SAN DOMINOO SUGGESTS A WAY OUT. TO APPEASE THE SENATE United States to Continue to Collect Revenue and Take a Bond. Washington, Sept. "JJ. A new tic ut,v villi Santo lniiiii'ii will )i'nli;ilv lie ni'k'nliiiteil. 1'iV llii' ninpiiKi'il new aKiecinciit the I'enlurcs of tin' treaty previously negotiated, which failed 01 riilil'ieiiliiili of the I'liiled Stales sen Hie, veerv likly will lie eliininiateil. Hy Hie terms of llie priiniwril enliven- tlilllllc I lllleil Mules will nut liel IIS I lie fiscal a Kent id Sanln llnlililin in full capacity; tlmt is, it will lint net as putiiitslcr nl' Sal 1 1 ii I (oininn in the liiiliilatinn nl' (hat country 'n indchteil liesH. The liniiil issue plan, sujrirested by Vi'lasipie., minister nl' foreign alTairs uinl eniiinieree of Sanln Domingo, meels w ith the approval nl' the nllieials of I hi' stale department. Out of this will yrow the ncirolialioiis for the new ...

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. — 26 September 1906

f WM. IDMLY WOMJD) VOLUME n, NO. 10 TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIA TEBBJTOBY, WEDNESDAY MORNINO,' SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. The Tulsa Weekly World Will Cover the Farming field of Eastern Oklahoma Completely and as Satisfactorily as the Daily Does the Cities and Towns. It Will Fill a Long-Felt Want V Jl I ROOSEVELT MAY ISSUE PROCLAMATION DECLARING BATTLESHIPS STEAMING TO WARD BAY OF HAVANA. MODERATES WILL RESIGN Befuses Peace Offerings Made by Taft and Bacon and United States Occupancy Is the Next Step. SHIPS TO CUBA Provincetcwn, Mass., Sept. 25.--The battleships Indiana and Kentucky of the North Atlantic fleet received orders from the navy department at Washington today to proceed to Cuba. The battleships wil sail at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. In the meantime every marine in the fleot who can be spared from his vessel will be taken on board the two ships. t HURRY ORDERS GIVEN Anapolis, Md., Sept. 25. Hurry orders were received at the naval academy marine bar racks from Washington today...

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. — 26 September 1906

SI 51 51 51 51 & 51 51 5$ 2 23 33 51 re's 51 51 51 SIS 33 33 St 33 33 33 33 33 S3 33 33 33 51 51 33 33 33 S3 51 5 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1006. i''-if i I t.'Jv.,j WW? p x y r-i pi I v r m J: .rpnnpnnrpn u The Management Takes Pleasure in Announcing That The JIM I J d) id awgEOJHWBMiai'rii'iMii Will be ye Thursday, October 45 ISO The Oil Industry, the Agricultural Interests and the Government Notices, such as the H .wval of Restrictions will be SPECIAL FEA .3 1 The First Issue Will Be Splendidly Illustrated and Will Have Contributions from Special Writers. The Associated Press and General Territory News HILL BE PUBLISHED The Weekly Issue c: Eve 5f 2 3 WORLD Wished in 11111 be the Largest and Best Eastern Oklahoma. . . . S5 5 13 I 33 AM Sff J5 n r5 33 Sic 33 v. yl 33 it tti 33

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. — 26 September 1906

rwt mai daut wood Wednesday kobnino, beptembe. 26, woe. a As Cool iVS 7S. Good Soda Water Taste Oood and it Does Oood Its delicious coolness steals all through the body, quiets the nerves and tones up the stomach. SHACKLE DRUG CO., For the Best COEN WILL BE HIGH. 3$ig Prices Expected for this Cereal in Tulsa. '"The yield is not going to be as great as many peoplo think," said a prominent grain buyer in Tulsa yes terday, speaking of the present corn crop. He said, however, that 'he thinks the quality of the corn is bet ter that he lias even sen it before. The corn market will open in a short CASE OF MENTAL UPLIFT AND MORAL SUPERIORITY RECEIVING A JOLT I'roni the Kuiporia flazette. According to the young woman's parents who told the story in probate otirt, a case of mental uplift and moral superiority has received a joh in the case of May Delano. May's people are plain farmer folk in mod erate circumstances, who live ne.r llartfi.ru. For years she has read books that told of all sorts...

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. — 26 September 1906

4 TILS TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906. The Tulsa Daily I. U liWADY Otfiri' in Scatnitn Kudding, Third Street, Telephone No, 3.M) KnteriM in thu Tulsa I'ostolliee an second claas matter TKKMS OK SIJIvSCKIlflON. Dailyby Mail. One Vi-ur 'f-l ", Six Months -m Thine Mciulis 1.00 Daily by Carrier. On Year M K,) Six Months 2.40 Tlierce Months 1.20 One Month .10 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Kolt liKl.r.tiA'IK. 1 1 :i vi ii vf been solicited hy 1 fi t 1 1 I and neighbors both at Inuie and over the flit i if (illiil district, to enter the race fur constitutional delegate, 1 have decided to offer my inline to the le)iililieaiis of said district us a dele gate to the constitutional convention. Tliti fai t that most towns anil cities have been iliviilril in went iiiiiniciial elections, ele., ami thai the fanners have never hail any representation in government am! that the new elate is to be the home of the fanner, I believe a fanner, centrally localeil in the district, should represe...

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. — 26 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906. MANY DAMSELS WANT TO CAST THEIR LOT WITH THE $50 A WEEK MAN The cllicncy of the World want uils was burnt' out yesterday in tin' mat rimonial advertisement which u penred in the paper yesterday morn ing. A rain of iniiiirics poured in in answer to I lie advert isemeiit inserted by ii man who elaims lie makes from forty to fifty dollars a week, every week in tin' year. Whether the nppli euiit will make good or not is a mat ter of conjecture, lint the fact is es tablished beyond all (iiestion that there are a miniher id' damsels here who are willing lo lake (he chance. Some of them are willing to prove that they are up to I he standard, too, WHITEWASHING OF QUESTIONABLE WO MEN BY DEMOCRATIC POLICE FORCE Sncetators were perfectly free at the trial of a plain drunk in police ei. urt yesterday morning, and with a benign and complacent judicial air, the judge imposed the usual penalty on the victim who hail boozed not wisely but...

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. — 26 September 1906

vi b: THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, 1J06. News of the Oil World I'sher Carson, who brought m ' i 4' triaviiy. Durant is Unity miles good ell on ln lease in secliou tu.! '-! "f Madill. While the amount t..wi,liii. seventeen. raiiL-e tc!vej..f oil .h-.wn liy ticse lo lets is iiort tica'l ol me iiicnn -'i i-i cmi imlay announce that t.e well will be h"t today. He say that !:. well will pr.ive good oiif. He nx-ctn it to inl u rive hundred b.irrcl fur the lirt day or w,, ami thniLs it will settle di.n In a steady pro duction of "lie bundled or one hun dred ami tiftv bands alter that. A well was ht yesterday mi an old Oglcshy lcae in the Glenn xml. which for a few minute sHutcd oil over the derrick. It is thought to he an extraordinary producer. The Barn-dale Oil company will commence ojc ration n ti.e Ciso Chiiesr sity acre tract wot of thU city immediately. The laud re cently purchased hv Robert l.yucli and George Itnlletle. They plan to j cut it mi into small tr...

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. — 26 September 1906

7 CONGRATULATE YOURSELF. If we laundered il. Ii'h sweet n ml clinii mill still tVlifil iiml HtifT. You can wager your last rent thut il's presentable. If we can treat your shirts that way, wliat ilo you sup pi. i.e we can iln o your collar ami nilTxf Memo: All your linen l':n i-s I lie same way at ibis luiuitlrv. The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. The WorliVlets the Ad vertising, Hecause 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 Thaif Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. LAUNDrW, Tii8 Rig!i! Way. last First l !) . I'lioiiK 1;i."i. TEE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MOBJONO, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTKD One or two first class newspaper solicitors, commis sion basis only. References requir ed. Apply at 'Worlil Olllco. TUTOR WANTKD A first cl...

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. — 26 September 1906

THIS MAGAZINE IS PRINTED IN INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE L'America Esjrantisto is to be Read in All Countries by All Races When New Language is Universal lit 1 1 1 ran not I - 1 111 SIIIITI'll. therefore, In' ' ' Kiellltit' Tin' follow im; i taken limn I.'-1 leriialioiial have failed nml tli.il L' Anierikii LsiH-inutixto, Vol. I. N'i. 1,, puliliheil al I Iklahoiiia City : i .. i ii . i. .1,1.. i ii.it 1 1... 1 1 ' II I I 1 II I "II N I I,IM I 1"' '' , , . I., , i I . ii t lii ii-i'. Ihi- ii'pl v i : SlllliU III Vvliolll III' IMllllll 1 1 111 1 1 ' I III1 1 I hi.- piililiei.in.n ill y .r.-..-i.i.-.. ; i. iilr.-a.ly a proven hm-co iiiniv llom hull' have read fir heard ni l Tin- extent of tin- Him' tin- Inli'i I in I ii M II I hiiiL'HiiL'i'. In. We know thai 1 1 1 it I IV hcliolars iiinl n t' f. are i.l' tin- I'- lenrileil lli.'il from motive nun i' nr lc reii.-oinilile iiinl reasons mini' nr le . fanciful, in (Ill'.'l till' MIL".'.-I lull of Ml!.llle in- t -1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 InnilJi' ...

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. — 27 September 1906

TULSA BMLY WOMB VOLUME II. NO. 11 TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1906. His Talk Somewhat Shifty, Makes Not the L ast Thrifty His Chance for the President's Chair? But he Gets His 250 for Each Spiel so Nifty So What Does Dear Billy Boy Care? WILD RUMORS ARE AFLOAT IN THE CAPITAL OF CUBA BUT TAFT THINKS PEACE WILL YET BE EFFECTED Reports That Cuban Government is Asking South American Repub lics to Protest Against the United State Interference Havana, Cuba, Sept. 2i. Out of a llood of rumors in circulation today the central fact remains that neithci President I'alnin nor any of the other government officials have withdrawn their resignations and there is no evi dence that they contemplate doing so, notwithstanding the excited ad vice of all sorts from their intimates. Humors vary from one that I'alma is reconsidering hi resignation, io an extreme statement that the gov eriinient is not only standing firm, but is refusing to resign unless for...

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. — 27 September 1906

f 21 M 21 21 21 21 21 21 si 21 21 21 21 21 21 11 33 33 ss 33 33 33 5 21 21 21 21 21 33 33 si S3 21 21 21 21 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1906. JKJiMJiK.JiMJIMJiMJlMJiJiJMJi&JiKJiJiMJiSU.l J..",' - I ,." - l u. - " ? y w k V The anagement Takes Pleasure in Announcing That The v ft Al ffci Ifei II cjnxT!aauisrfe'ffii"mEal " 'Ai'.", i Wfh , I" ; XL 2ES cgxanwmannr 'T'a i be Issued! Thursday, etober 4, US mzasvBsuaaaKi FOR TEN DAYS OLY The World Will take Subscriptions to the Weekly for the Very Small Sum of Twenty-five Cents a Year. Can You Afford to Do Without it? SUBSCRIBE NOW rmrtiffn,!' I A SUBSCRIPTION BARGAIN The Weekly World Sent Anywhere in the United States or Canada for Only 25c. a Year. SUBSCRIBE NOW The Weekly Issue o Ever The WORLD Will be the Largest and Published in Eastern Oklahoma. . . . 21 S' 21 21 R SI; ?3 21 51 I? M 21 21 8 si Ml1 3 5 ?3 Mi I ?;S 5 I lest

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. — 27 September 1906

m TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY KOEOTNQ, SEPTXlfBEK 87, 1904. PROMINENT CREEK RIDICULES DEM OCRATIC EFFORTS TO CORRAL VOTE A Creek Indian politician, whose nthiiiiiiimn for the lost cuiiko ha recently Ixn'ii awakened by Iwh an Conxion in the democratic ranks and who is out for tho aid of democracy thinks he is doing the ri'lit thing while advertising tho coming of V. J. Bryan, by proclaiming to his hear ers that "This Colonel is the great white chief of the confederacy, and nil southern Indians should go out and see him!" This politician hard ly sees himself as others see him, and forgets that he must repudiate every public service by which he won recognition within the last two dec ades by reverting to a past unpleas GARLAND GIRL IS DECOYED AWAY -IT IS THOUGHT BY HYPNOTIST Garland, Kan., Sept. 2."). There is 'a strong reason to believe that Letta Pippin, the school teacher who mys teriously disappeared a couple of weeks ago and who has been located at Siloam Springs, Ark., was seduced...

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. — 27 September 1906

4 TU rOLAA DAILi WO&LO il:UECAY MOESIXO, SEPTEMBER 27. 1906. The Tulsa Daily l V HWADV re in S. man HuiMliiirf. Tliini Street, Tt U-phorn No. .W Cn r-'.i in me TuU I'.mlotHce an wcniid ckum rniitiei I UI..I. r M.iiSCKIJ'I'IuN Daily- ty MU. On Year Six Month Thrw M.iiin- LAily by Cwner. On Year hn Mwiuh TIkt Moulin. One Month ANNOUNCEMENTS. E;K DELEGATE. ILiwng been koliciled by liii'ii U and neighbors bold at Ik .me ami uirr the eiit.re li J r i district, to enter the nice for I'lMi-iiiuiiutial delegate, I hue cJ--ul-t! to offei niv nume lo the fiubj'iiits of .nd district as a dele gate to lii'- 1 Kiislitutim.al convention. Tin- fact that most t"Uu uml cities .Me been divided in recu I municipal election-,, etc., :iii.l t li lit llii' fanner have never hud any if piicntat.i.ii in goverumviil ajnl tliat I In- Mute i t' In- tin- home of tin- farmer, I believe 11 farmer, centrally located in t in- district; should rppn'M'iil tlif ti'lrd district in the tnifiir c.nt it u t ixi.nl co...

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. — 27 September 1906

TH TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNINQ, SEPTEMBER 27, 1806. TULSA'S EXHIBIT FOR STATE FAIR THE CAR WAS LOADED YESTERDAY Tilt' exhibits (if products from Tusu and HtirrouniliiiK "uutr.v fur Hit? Stutc fair to be liflil ut Muskogee next week, were loaded on cur yes terday afternoon timl left for tlwl place last night. Tin- loading was done under tilt' personal supervision of Secretary Tui'ktT of tin' Commer cial Club. Mr. Tucker is highly gratified ut the splendid products doiiult'il by t he agriculturalists, fruit growers and others, ami says this district will liuvo out' of tin' Hiit'sl exhibits nl the fair. While certain products thai th" secretary had figured in did not ar rive iu time for shipment on the car, taken as a whole the exhibit will be u very creditable one. The fruit and farm products, especially, are world Big Indian CampniDcting. One of the largest cntnpmectiiig ev er held in the Indian territory, partic ipated iu by sixteen bands of Indians, members of many tribes, w...

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. — 27 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 87, 1901. News of the Oil World Till' ClIIH lllllllllHlil ' iviin me n '-' l i i 1 1 1 ii Lf 1 1 "lay i !! It II V l!l ill Well 1 1 II III Id r t mii, tin inn .-.nlltll of Skill- look. Tin' riiiiiiiiliy lili'i'inlv ha " very priidiielive VU'11 ill llml district. Tin' l.itiiri-l "il compiiny shut tin' (lli'ini I'ni.l ji'htcnliiy. I'll ill 1'hlnT Chi-iihi siiicriiitcii'lcl the slmhtiiic of n well yesterday on bin ll'IlKC IWI'IVI! Ill I Iff SOIttll III' TllUll ill tint flll llll HMll. A IIIMIlllIT III' l'l" iTiitinn watched I'1" operation. Willi is Considered II k'"1"' will probably steady down t" ii daily ,i,,iluclii I' inn' Imiiilri'il Mini lilty barrels. Oklahoma Oil for Texan. Tin' Stiiniliinl ''il I'niiil'iiiiy in tin- pioneer IM till' Hint actual III'lVI'MU'Ilt to llml mi outlet I'""' III'' surplus I"'" ,1,,,-h f Tlllnll till' "ll Hl'l'l I" ""' south. il shipments I'r Fink to Coisiciiiiu Texas, will lii'k'in lodiiy. Tim oil is I" ...

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