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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3. 1006. " i Notice to Real Estate Men ADVAWCE ALL IN. SIDE LOTS IN LYNCH & FORSYTHK ADDITION TO $400 BACH. ADVANCE ALL 100 FOOT CORNERS TO $1,000 ,M EACH C B. LYNCH. VOTING PRECINCTS FOR THE 63RD DELEGATE DISTRICT jj Cuba and Her Resources As Announced by Geo. W. Mowbray, Sr., Commissioner, Election Precinct Commencing at t tt Ladies, have yoa taken the ordinary local treatment without reeutaf Oateo (tathy strengthens the supports us ii proceeds with the work. Tliis insures i permaneno) ot cure. Dre. Pleak represent osteopathy in Tina. Offlc 316, B, Klw I Ave Phone 566. Ay ars1 Drug Store scl cheaper than any one else, tablets COMING TULSA, OCT. 3 A.G. AL.LEN'S , iMllIPllliSTilLSHOlS THREE BURN TO DEATH Freight Trains Collide on Frisco at Chornal Curve. ( 'arthage, M.. t (el . Thin 1 rain men were killed and their bodh - ' urn (il in a lire following, mill thru other trainmen injured in a bead on colli; siuii between two Frisco ...

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. — 3 October 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY MORNINQ, OOTOBEE 3, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World U. UWADY Editor and Owner ifflcs in Seaman Huildmx. Third Struct, TelaphOM No. Hf .altered in the Tula I'liHtitllcu sh awcond i Iiuk matter THE DOWN AND OUT CLUB TERMS )K SUBSCRIPTION, Dally liy Mail. Thr Down i.nd Out elttb ha -i members' in war city, town mid hamlet of the count r. JfOl brush againsl iinra iii the i jested mark! plee, you find, them fai htm Ilia lisnnts of man. drowslnfl their livi's iii IdlMM. oiiiini,' tha broad of eelf reproach, ami drinking the leaves thai arc ilwgya found in the bottom "i thi ehaliee ol nleaaun . says John Jayne, Osii for IUbuUUim OeenUen U tks uVta Oensttletiooal Delegate Liu Moi ooooooooooooooooo 0 GREATER OKLAHOMA 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Then wan nine ranc of typhoid favor reported ut liruml yesterday. Cowata will have u nan elevator with a capacity of 1,000 bnaheli In near future. ilioe famine at Marshall i ,,"r Its aUiultm. . . . flaour Moults. Dully by Carrie...

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. — 3 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3. IBM. Yf i i n DOWN GOOD MEN WHO REFUSE TO ACCEPT MAN DATES OF PROHIBITIONISTS, i PREMIUM ON EVERYBODY Rather Than Men of Merit in the Constitutional Convention of the New State. t 'ontrihuted. The broadest education) tin utaiosi integrity, anil the mnsi I ;u -n-ai'hinn experience In pubKo affairs would no too strongly equip a man for the vast ly responsible duties of delegate i' ilic eonvention to form a constitution ; for the state of Oklahoma. The making of this eooatitutio 1 1 will be not only for the safety and durability of the commonwealth Itself, but it should serve as a model for the I older slates. One mistake m the eowj struetion might be h vital blow to i. strength, and produce evils that a! quarter of a century of endeavoi could not overcome. Ouee made, the constitution should be saered, its pro visions not to be trilled with by sub jecting them to frequent amendment. Nuinrully, the qualifications of the men who shall ...

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. — 3 October 1906

News of the Oil World I DEATH OF THE MDHNERS nrnnuroniV tfnUN N t WLlUDI-r TH I: T IJtA L ff-JIV-'. MISCELLANEOUS GOOD ILLINOIS WELL Drilled by Ohio Oil Co. Southeast of Bridgeport fin Reporter nubnehed rumoi tee other da) ol 1 1 '"':" in ih. pxtraruu southern end of the Hlllnol. (told. The well wns drilled nu the Bucbsnan farm, Hootheail nl Bridge i. by Ihe Ohio nil company, "ml according to pri ...i , ,.i I'm iiiii bai i ol - . III.' tin I' . '" a day. This teal was drilled through Hi1, regular producing formation for thai locality, li'ii failed i" And product ion. It was 'lull''1 deeiei and at 10 feet l'l". ll,al depth ol 1,860 feet, irol another producing Mnd 'l'l" i'- " P'P 1 ,iiri .,i the Bold H i" reported on good authority thai the ml ia 33 grat ,i v which would n i j K - it auporior to II.... l'.,.l III Hi. llllllnU I . l III !l t II M I in I in the same locality. Thia well may change Ihe wboh mplexion "i thai end ..I' Um Held, independence Re porter, Lawton to Uhc Natural ...

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. — 3 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3. 1906. ' ' ' w 1 " ' 1 ' i The World Want Department The WtirifJ tteirulnrlv J PublisT.es g Larger Class . ifieC GtMtnient than All Oilier Easte.ru Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonder:-.. World ads work wonders. The World (jets the Ad vertisi ngj localise 1 1 Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. CONGRATULATE YOUMBl. It nr bniiiki'.i II. It's swrfti . clean oj "teiTrhsd and (I Wta m wager yen hi v.. t l.. - r. prtaentabll IF wt tan lien! ee ihirti thai nhji . . -ass pose f (n (i t ypir mUm aa) tiffs 1 Hi um All yam lines fMi ll - ID1I WIJ Bl tLiP laundry. LAUNDRY, Tht Right Way. K)7 Bi Fiii lml Pben HELP WANTED -MALE. WANTED White bell boy, A,P a at Robinson hotel. 0-20 ii FOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS laws! desb FOR SALE - Tin folding go-carl, leath robber tire. BIO South FARMERS List your ftrms with...

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. — 3 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY MORNINO, OCTOBER 3, 1906. "IT 15 A LIE," nu n i j I t Tr 3AYJ fLAII "I I DECLARE THERE I 'NOTHING DOING IN DIVORCE UNE SENATOR'S Will; ANliKY Nays He Talks to Hci Ovci the Tele phone Every Day an H unhand to Wife i inn' bad ,) disagreement b i urn her and tba lenatori tm going i" New Vork,'1 b -imiI; "straight i" Hi" Hotel Oothan f i,, sci- mj husband I bad mew iff1 1 1 biro this morning. II'' talks t nir over tbo telephone ever) day, w i Inislnnnl 1(1 liis wife, I here I" m i mill whatevor in the published story 1 1 ii in- from beginning to eud. MONTHLY MISERY tLLVEN HURT iin the base ball worll New cil-. Oct. 'I Houatoi Tom Cojliei Plait angrll) Joiid todn; ililii an; trouble whatever irist be i with liia wife and himself, The itorj as published wm ''",! Senator Platl and hi wife bad been mi unfriend! term fur a ronsiih r- :,() length "i i Mr. Platl ' or in-law, Col 'I rranols J, Carmody, Who has nnl I n liiiiu with llin Wif since laal May, lodaj d...

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. — 4 October 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NO. 18 TULSA, INDIAN TEERITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1906. Republican Caucuses Will Be Held in all Precincts of the 68th Constitutional Delegate District at tight O'c'ocR Trnight. Turn Out and Help Name the Winner In the Election SENSATIONAL ROBBERY OF JAPANESE BANK IN FRISCO BOLD THIEVE8 8ECURE $5,000 IN BROAD DAY LIGHT. BEAT MANAGER TO DEATH Crime Occurred During Noon Honr. When Throngs Were Pissing in Front of the Institution ro train, charged with Introducing and disposing of lutojlrat Ing liquor, taken to Muskogee. Bert Gray, Supulpa. Indited for gambling; taken to Muskogee C. E. Davis, Sapuipa, keeping gamb ling house; taken to Muskogee. Warrants for a number of other persons Indicted by the last grand Jury are now In the hands of the offi cers and the parties against who true bills were found will lie arrested as Boon ai the) an located. 8un Pranciaoo, Oot. 3, -Two rub hern entered tho Kinmieii Qinje bank, also known an the (lohlen Gate Hu...

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. — 4 October 1906

3SS 33 33 i aw VMS LH 83 is! NflllNP.FMFNT! 33 23 The Management Takes Pleasure in Announcing That The 33 33 23 S3 23 23 33 S3 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 s 33 S3 33 S3 Si S3 S3 23 33 5? 2 HI IM! I9H Will be Issued Thursday, October 4, 1906 FOR TEN DAYS ONLY 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 A SUBSCRIPTION BARGAIN The Weekly World Sent Anywhere in the United States or Canada for Only 25c. a Year. SUBSCRIBE NOW The Weekly Issue of The WORLD Will be the Largest and Best Ever Published in Eastern Oklahoma. V Mi 'iniinrtl n i vjuli ' cut-to n i i Q'"'1 from heir tow wr rtpinim MnMraaiw mej gt hu ttrj mmi" 5 Frond-Jonc BMr. B. M. BMITH rnnctpAi. jj ,,,. ,.llll1,,lliKll. 6ox of Mi-o-on. 8-17-27 w - irvw n f t I I r n t n: I l I I i l I i I i I t i I 1 imitHUUWAAAAJWVAAwv !)-37-2l j whtwr Rforloek tioinca noitrili ibmII k

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 4 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 4, 1906. I i i l n i Notice to Real Estate Men ADVANCE ALL INSIDE LOTS IN LYNCH & FORSYTHE ADDITION TO $400 EACH. ADVANCE ALL 100-FOOT CORNERS TO $1,000 00 EACH. C B. LYNCH. FURIOUS FIGHT BETWEEN CITY OFFICIALS AND AN ANGRY MOB Ifatili . Ah,., Oct. 3. Roy Hoyle i spodal officer of the Mobile & Ohio railroad, and one of the best known lind best liked men of this vicinity, was fatally shut, and Alderman Sid-; ney Lyons, chairman it' the city coun cil of Mobile, was I lightly wounded it) the hand tonight during a tight nt the county jail between deputy sheriff-: and a crowd of men, determined to capture Kick Robinson, a young ne gro. The moli i still hunting the ne within three hours be was captured. gro and threaten to lynch him if he is captured The negro is only 17 years old. Today he attacked Rath the 12-year-old daughter qf Blount Soesman, who lives about three miles from here. The girl wax passing a secluded spot not far fro...

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. — 4 October 1906

The Tulsa Daily World J. t. BVAUY Smbu Huikautf. TVra itrtrt, T 4 S) UK Tau faeWaVe a . Tmj v. Mo... . M 'if ltilMj 09 It hv.aUrTlON Di; - Kail Dr -hi Carrier MM 2.01 1M MM i :? . . -jtiffct eel art tkt .t : . U ecist: 7s se- -sfit ij i cm teat iad M ef itt MMnl ib-.uu that aJl . .s :.- t .:t: ; . . -ie :-..:tfi W J Greta, rtp- ' ' I . 'i at: wjsttr iUi : ai a-trv secured fsr Ta-A, aad csostl D L 81pr, tka pr-M antof Beta are fxd repatdieans aad be Ik in NNptaMl la th per.y hoia ea.-..dai bit made i'in'.i Wirt k--d. M'H a inlet ON) tas: .'-' end iof eye If U poaaa'.aai aaelted in hi hair end polled . taraad rap.:e-.e a tit dreaaae: ft..e iw:i at.rt in Itew.mba lur.!), really email : j. mj:: .( Oi the 'i i r..f. .'. lit irewedv I " - - . ! 10 c .K ll wa id airesi pern "- - - n.t,w I t ..: t: elft. , S l ct-x U t UM wit ... ... (kl. ..wa.lt re- , JtwMr 1 j Xsb. eaddealy, tad like a twelve-iBth shell, tbt rabbit I f . i::l It UtQ. r r ii r I i-J 1.1- i..,,li4 lhm aboat half a B.it n ti...

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. — 4 October 1906

I" A 1-1 a I m mk who use ELECTRIC!8 TBB TULSA DAJLT WORLD, THUU.s 11 " smjwosjosi ioototQananfYiwwiw-. i ' "0,,q toejoewex 8UI-S FROM THE ana.M. ' . Come and Get an Elee. . Use it for four days. If you don'i i,ke. it, ii yvu uu, pay us ana Keep il, i . . -euejCw .BoaC. l i iron c. REYNOLDS & TUCKER To the Ladles who do not Use Electricity YOU OUGHT TO IN THE WORLD OF Society (By JOSliHMINfc OKAY) Two Point, fcortd In Humrtui but ! tnscuvs Manner. "You don't teem to understand " Mustered the m.n who Ml trying to make his point with a university pro- '""1r ,. Mi J"". ilr, I ought to know I , n ,mn, of thi nltltut1oa myself "Are vnn Hlnwitar. was th. witty rejoinder, ut-; u twred so quiotly that the blustering Mr' nd Mrs- Smiley nnd Mr man never knew what had happened. Mrs- L(,n StBnsberry lire enjoy says the Youth Comp,B0n. i1"? n outing on Turkey creek ! Ob another oteailon the aam pro- maMtahiTlf" rder!(1 fr0IB n,u,lc 1 "d Mrs, J, E. Hall gave an i fZ ' " " mhililrfonMl dun,, T...

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. — 4 October 1906

I THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 4, 1906 News of the Oil World jj READY 10 WED MRS. MEYERS MISCELLANEOUS J. OU8 PATTON Civil Engineer and Surveyor Suite '), Kelmsn Ruilding OITY MAPS AND ELS TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY MISCELLANEOUS The retincrv will -tart ith hrn and from HiM irgima. Klin Will Build Pipe Line Tlir "in. ('a n ulnrli punli.is i' tjfcaaute ft Vnetin ratter) t Ciia-I nut'- will build a 5 milt X-ineJi pip in !rm the n tt.ii rj lu u, vain Ot the CommuiiiM-altli ami F.changc Oi' j Tl . I c i.n.par:i- I he eompanj i Hum UOfaled mid"! tin la ol the stale I Kansas n it' 00.000 a daily capacitv ol MM harm- It a designed by Ihe original owneti tor a 1,000 bar. el jilant, and la eaae tin- present v : i i-j- dosind ! i large it t" a greater raparity than i bat hirh they ill tart with, they v. ill be able t do s,. na.lily by build ir.g additional -till- I'onsiderah; Honey ha already Imi n i (pended OK ihe plant, and aboul all that i Deed ed to make it ready t pmt...

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. — 4 October 1906

e or The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Dunartmenf th;in All I All i- A T . . uiner eastern territorial Papers Combined. ant Department 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 dots the Ad vert i s i n ; Boca u se 1 1 A 1 way s Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. f Ivi laundered it. It's sweet ami clean end itarfebtd end stiff. Yon an waiter your last tent that it' presentable. II we can treat your shirts that way, what do you sup pose M can do to your collars and OUftH Memo. All your linen fares thr siirnc way at this laundry. LAUNDRY, The Right Way. W7 Kast First i treat Phone i.v. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTKl) - White bell boy. Ap ply at Robinson hotel. 9-JMMJ! WANTKl) Printer, man or lady tu work in country newBoaner office. State the work you can do and the wanes wanted. Address Bentinel, SUatook, I. T. 9-28-dt WANTKl) Boy about 18 ...

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. — 4 October 1906

AFTER MULUAL DELVE IN THE PAST COMPANIES NOW OKLAHOMA INSURANCE CON CEKNS VIOLATING LAW PIOSECUTHW MAY FOLLOW C'harle H. Filson Planning to Require New and Strict Form of State uient After December 31. Qntbrie, Okla., . it, U, -Cbariw H H'ilwm, territorial secretary and ex ufBfiii romniKiionef of iniunuiMi will ubjii'i all farmers' mutual Incur" baa companies to the anal require banta of the inanrtnac lawi aftai December 31, In lima a nnmbar "I thai upaniM have grown to no- Ilfaktt Ht rift compliance with tba law and have written buainca beyond tba scope of their charten "I am preparing t new form nf obadule for tba annual itatamanl ,,! busings1 nl those mutual compan ie," Nuid Commissioner Filson to day, "Eaeli eompanj intii ihow upr cifieslly its receipts and expanditurai in a manner lahl will make plain how it buaineaa i tranaactad. Thin will include tba commissioners paid and tba peraoni who raeaived t hem. The abaraetar and kind of bonda kiv an by olBeera must lie diaaloaed und...

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. — 5 October 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD flat VOLUME II, NO. 18 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 6, 100(5 Whners in the Coming Constitutional Convention Were Named in Indian Territory Last Night and a Safe Republican Majority Will Form a Sane Const tution for the New State WAR TRAIN IN A FATAL WRECK REAR END COLLISION NEAR TROY, NEW YORK FIVE PEOPLE WERE KILLED Special Train Was Carrying Cavalry From Fort Ethan Allen on Thei Way to Cuba on B & M. Troy, N. Y., Oct. 4. --In a row ofto collision between the regular passen gen train and h heavy train it' f 'nil -mans, carrying the Fifteenth oav airy from Port Kllian Allen, Bve pas sengers were killed ad u aeon or more were injured on the Boaton and Maine railroad) just outside of Troy. The dend ho far identified, are: P. L Block, Peoria, III. Miai W. R. Shaw, Boaton Mrs. Stevens, Charleston, B. C. Mr. J, w. Dacey, of Arlington, The cavalry were on llioir way to 'nba. Demi :- Mrs, 11. B, I'oole, Concord, Mew Hampshire. Among those most seri...

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. — 5 October 1906

cm tuin IIMITSA ITtTllt I if iinflarful CUMM Yffft THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, TRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 5, 1906 SIXTY-THREE PEASANRS SENTENCED TO IMPRISONMENT FOR PLUNDERING Koarsof, Russia, Oel I Ninety-.in-! peasants were triad hers tod A) 00 ohsrgs of hiimiL' devastated the iMtut.' f l KrivoNhein, formerly minister of Russia Bixt) three were sentenced i" imprisonment, while M estta ioqoittod The iniil brought mil the recital of the humble atrocities committed bj ihi' gnthoritie upon the accused. The chief of tin' dUtriet, a inpuiod by ii detaobmenl 1 'oai k-. roMhod the tititi ii eftei the devastation All ::. peasants "ii tin- ground were gathered in, No investigation was made, Tl (m i invited priests to administer last iMnuunt to tbi prisoners Mid tbsn ordered tho Cos sacks in heel tbotn nil to death. Thr butchery lasted foi four bourn, Twenty-throe peasant were k 1 1 1 l unit IHfi mutilated Tin' Cosssek, tlini thoroughly tired out, compelled tin' peasant to oontinue Hanging each otbei...

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. — 5 October 1906

THE T'JLSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1906 S MANIA'S VICTIM DIES r,t( WILLIAMS SHOT IN LOON BEAWL DIES SA- IS THE PRISONER CRAZY NumeroTis Ramon Relating to H'j Part Life Thorapsou May Re ' oover Mystery in Caao. Oklahoma City, Oct. 4. Qeor) William's wli was shot by John 1'. SoWe in the Sta saloon Monday ni''it. riitn1 ii Be than) hospital at an early hour this morning. the body was taken to tba morgue of Rood & Mullcr, who iiotilii-ci his tela lives of the tragedy. Williams brother. .John Wiliams, lives it: 'ireenbriar, Tenn., and two uncles, lame and William Carter, live in I'udncah, 'Ky. Al BO early hour yes 'cnluy noftiihg the attendants at the Bethany hospital reported thai Geo. Williams, who was shut by Jdhn V S'oblc in the Stag saloon Monday nighti uaM in a very pretarious eon .lit ion, mid that il was the opinion of tho attending phyaioiani that hi ' death was a matter nf only a lew hours. 3, W. Thompson, who was shot at the same time Williams re lived his ...

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. — 5 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. FRIDAY MORNXNQ, OCTOBER 5, 1906 The Tulsa Daily World J, U. BRADY Hditor and Owner ftV in Seaman Building, Third Street, ToUphotS No SM Knlensl in the Tulsa PoStohVM second cum mSttf TKKMS Of SUBSCRIPTION Daily by Mail Om Vtui Si i Mum iii' Three Month Om Vi-.ir Sn llratbi Tbmrw Months.. Our Month Daily by Carrier 1-1 on 100 M BO . 3 40 . L20 . .40 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB DELEGATE At Mm solisitstlbn ol anmsrooi friends ami the unan imous ution of the Catoosa Republican club, indorsing my Stndidscy, I Ml dseided to submit my BUM to Ihf Republicans of tin sixty ' bird ilislnct as a delegate to i rui constitutional convention. Ill making this announcement, I deaiM lo say that I have no in I ci est DOI ambition to contcrve HOtpl the very highest anil best interests Ol our distnut and the coining great state of Oklahoma, by forming Me best eoiuttilution that ever safeguarded ihe moral and mater ml interests of a state, seeming tO every citizen the great eat measure of li...

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. — 5 October 1906

THB TULSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER B, 190b h fOQQ0000 eX3SX0KX3eCoeoeoeX)eoe CX)0KeoSX)SX)eOoeXoeOXeO OOOO0C)000OOO00 To the Ladies who use ELECTRICITY Come and Get an Electrical Sad Iron Use it for four days. If you don't like it, return it. If you do, pay us and keep it. REYNOLDS &, TUCKER To the Ladies who do not Use Electricity YOl) OUGHT TO ) COOtOO00CCM0CO0CO IN THE WORLD OF Society (By JOSEPHINE UKAY) A number of t lie younger set en joyed a hay ride out to the home of Mrs. Kreshavv tail evening, south of ilii! city. Quite a number of guest wero entertained, Miss Lids Shipman will eutortain a few friends informally this evening:! at her home on Kitth and Boulder. Mist.cs Fidele nud Josephine Hern went down to Muskogee yesterday to stay until Monday. Miss Elisabeth Heazley, of Toledo, Ohio, Ls the guest of her relative, Miss Haker. Miss lyOltie Aleorn will entertain a few friends informally this even ing at her home or, Sixth and Kl wood, compliraenory to Miss ...

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. — 5 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORKINO. OCTOBER 5, 1906 HHHMMNtMHMMtNN 1,111 1 Mil fll News of the Oil World j mm mm miscellaneous TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY fcft lig (las Will. iiearetary ia C It Mitoheil of Arkan Thursday County (Im tnafHtolor, J. in Citj Arkanaa Clt) Traveler. W. Connor, went In Arkansas Cit ,,,! tasted Hi. In' "i- recently Oa for Kansas Farmers. brought Intlmre II'' - it bu nji Topeke, ObI i Tin- purpo i !. . , , iiir tii million feat mark like Karma Farmer' 'ia Company, ff uas pr da) It i located on IheJgiven ouartei t -.1 bj 1 1 j stall fctlom aonorl distune west of wbvro (chnrtpi board, are in mpply tbi "Ciirri Died t"i tin- Ungodly," i farmer o( the atat with natural gu JiHtilavnd i,n iiir hillside, about Iwn'ond niid electric Inhis, ami citiei in DEMURE FLORENCE SCOTT IN .JAIL AT OALESBURO ILL J. OD8 PATTON Otffl Engineer and Surveyor Suite t. Kill, an Building CITY MAPS AND ELS Phones 120 and 246 Tnhu I nd. Ter. HUM aonn in AnuHww nj, The iiwnector l" riai...

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