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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 23 October 1906

TKB TOUSA DAILY WOULD TUESDAY MOaNINO. OCTOBER U, 1VM 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 (iots the Ad vertising Because It Aiwa) s Brings Results. I ho Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED 7f moil to work in icnient Ull Oklahoma, 17 L-2c per hour. Car fan refunded. liOls deciU-il Tree to employes. (,'ul or write W. S. Hull, room JD'J, Pint National Hunk building. TUTOH WANTEDA ib-si . lass eastern itudent to teach n boy for (be ensuing year. Ad rem bo 1016, city. 0-8-tf WANTKI) Hy travclim,' man wiili wife mul baby, two furnii id roomi for liuht houn keeping. But nt ii IVrencos. State liicolinti ami price, can World offlei, FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOB BALE A good bom, bog gy anil harness. Inquire at 510...

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 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD VUfiSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 28, 1906. UIMIIMtMHHMWWMMMWMMI Prescriptions Filled ...Promptly... BRIGGS PHARMACY BRIGG'S PHARMACY. Hair Brushes, Toilet Articles and Drug Supplies of All Kinds at Our New and Up-to-Date Drug Store Fine Stationery at BRIGG'S PHARMACY tMWMIHMMMMIMMMMI t IMHINMNHM! i TO DISCONTINUE GOLD DEPOSITS DfPORI ATION HAS EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS. Ml KIM HAS ITS SHAM 8ecret;iry Shaw Doesn't Want to Dis turb Existing Conditions in Eu rope by Continuing Policy. Hcv Jforki ! 23. Beeretary Saaw authorises i liit announcement Unit from and after Tuesday the 23rd deposits i' facilitate gold imports tiin will In' discontinued, lie aaid a aoonaation with kht announcement ihiii Hie Importation! Innl exceeded bis expectations mid lie baliavad for the praaaol Aperies bad quite it Share of Hint method of relief, Bbaw alio atnnun m ill Hint lie would atimulate bank eireulation to tbe ax lent n' i'ijlili'1'ti nullum ilnllara by Iteeptinjf approved neeurities, oth...

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. — 24 October 1906

JL SU-SU VOLUME II, NUMBER S3 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 84, 1900. When They LooK About ! htm and S e the G eat Prosperity on tvtry Hand, Democrats Find it Difficult to Gainsay Vice-President Fail banks' Advice to "Let Well Enough Alone REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES CHEERED ON VICE-PRES-IDENT'S TRIUMPHANT TOUR THROUGH TERRITORY Charles W. Fairbanks, Second Official;;::;;; Ul tilt; INclLIUIl, v.nvcii a iu'Vcu vci" ik,I come in l ulsa by Thousands of En thusiastic Admirers- His Splendid Tribute to Tulsa and the Great Commonwealth of Oklahoma. Tulsa ami rdod Charlea W. Fair-lnn;k-, vice-president of the United Statu ii royal wel na on his trium phant enteranec Into the eity yester day afternoon. For over two houn hi: Immense audience bad waited pa tiently for the apeeial thai did not wire Fairbanks day dawned in the eky eoldi rainy and ehill, and this, in n meaiure, detraeted from the orowd. Yd in spite f iliis, and in spile cif the fact i lint many wi re breed through...

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. — 24 October 1906

TUB TV LB A DAILY WOEL WEDNESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 24, 190. ooocooo 0OCO000C00O000000j lorlOMMOMOIOM' C40ONOOMOMOKKOI SXiaX5tCOeOtC0Vije)GC Ds0COtO To the Ladies who use ELECTRICITY Come and Get an Electrical Sad Iron Use it fur 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 YOU OUGHT TO :oOKotoocotr - sKxeoaoeoaotoaeoeoeoaoaot A SNARE AND A DELUSION INDIANS ARE NOT FOOLED BY TDK DEMOCRATS. WHAT BARE FACTS ARE A Democratic Legislator in 1901 In troduced Bill to Troh tit the Rr J Men From Riding With Wh.tes Tin campaign ranted on by tbo kerosene eommittee doing bviuneaa snder the maiia.-cfni nt ol 'hainpanc Jessie, in id futile afforta u fool the Tti'Jinrutb of the new state, into believ- u7 that Um democratic part) la tbt friend and prutcetor of tbt it"! race in nil bonh anil a snare They arc aaiust the Indian and plana liim in (lie la toe elan with tha ncirro. At tliu Una tlicir fight is for a...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 24 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORMHO, OCTOBER 84, 1906. BOOOOOOOOCCOCXXOOOCCOOCOOODO Icooooooootxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx UPSET CLAIM OF DOCTOR. Hallucination Proved, but OMier Evl denco Wat Too Strong. CREDIT )0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0O0 DOOOOOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOOOOOOODOC ocooooocoooooooooooooooooc CONGRATULATE YOCRSELF II we Laundered It, It V Hweet and clean and starfched unil stiff. You run waiter your last cent that itV presentable. 11 wo can treat yom shirts that way, what do you sup DOM W ca" l'" to your collar and tuffs T Memo: All your linen fare the same way at thin laundry. LAUNDRY, The Right Way. :I7 East First street. Phone 186 OOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOOODOOOaXOO OOOCOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOODOOC Fop Sale Two desirable pieces of Agricultural LandJ 150 acres seven miles northeast of town. 100 acre3 ten miles north of town. Will give twoorthrecJotsin Jkirds'Addition in Easf Tulsa to parties, 'proviried'saiUf actnrv i mprove merits are m de at once. Also have some cheap lots in 'South Tulsa. The above...

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. — 24 October 1906

TM1 TULSA DAILY WOftLD WTJDWE8DAY MORNINU OCTOBEE 24. 1908 Tmc Tulsa Daily World J . IMADY OA Editor niui o nit m Seaman Building, Third Btreet, Telephoni No. M6 atnHd i" the Tuba Pnetufllce a second elaaa matter wft-'.'V'ij TERM lit SUH.M wi'llKN Daily-by Mail. Fairbanks li a winner, Fnirbanki li tha warmoet lei la aver aeen in these T denioorata aj Vice Preaidanl Pairbanki is an icicle, i!i' drova told chill! down their ipinal oolunn during hia popular lour of the tarriti ry yesterday. SHOT THROUGH HUM WINDOW OH Yesr ... Sv Months . . . i I L . xillla. On Bis Thei One Vear Muntha, . . i- Months Month Daily- by Carrier 1 Mil . 2. HI' 1 .lll ,tHJtn I jo . .40 'be World wni ih- only newajutper in Indian Tern in bave a staff eorroapondent writb Vice Preaidenl hi- triumphal tour ftbe territory. tory Knirbanks dunn The Wl rid hat 1 M.I. With tin Miwer to vote taken away from the negro, i tin to the wishes of Vardaman, the black nan in soul i ild return to ehattol slavery, wbieh ho was i...

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. — 24 October 1906

C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. INSURANCE LOANS BONDS We represent a number of the strong. it Fire Companies doing business. Desirable City and Farm loans placed. rtUODlble intciebt, Itngtb of time to suit, quick service. 1'idelity, Surety and Oil Lease Bond . promptly issued. OFFICES'. Rear of Farmers Nat l Bank. PHONES: Office, 136; Res., 442. IN THE WORLD OF Society JOSBHHINH lAV O o o 0 00000 I PERSONALS oaoaoaoaoao 0 t oj o o Ml night in l in oity, on a linvd is ben from II1IKSIOI) J, P. Miu. hen City. I. . W. Hutriie is ben from Waco. It. J. llfulil la ben from Bartles- uilo. B. (.'. liaskin is ben from Roches ter. N. V. I A. I). Bowser It lien- from Cha nute, Kan. K. Bi Howard went to Red Pork yesterday. II. If, Morgan ben yesterday from Muskogei J. W. M -Cloud was bon yester day from Muskogee. Lewis McHenry was ben yesterday 'from Broken Arrow. W. C. Barnbart was ben yester. day from Muskogee. M. B. Jeter was ben yesterday from Fort Smitli, Ark. Victor Martin 'was ben yester .lay...

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. — 24 October 1906

TEX TOM DAILY WORLD WLT LSTAT MORNING OCTOEEE it im tOtOtOtOtOt News of the Oil World j W ALL PAPER: a . Be T aWe f - ft . P i Pr.- - r.. ' BM C r r . Q- -. .- Sail oil tike nut dewey Aa Ei.-.y Y. i Blue L-: vr Aril Mad Alio end br. r: . P , r." 0.1 ' -pa.-.;. b th l- feeeerbt is N CICERO L. HOLLAND C. O. D. I at III MmJIII.IIIl.!' Ml No. 214 EAST TH.R3 STREET rhofM 51 . rr i- .-i I'b'w. M. Ni 'j li Fa.t Third Sire .V) p. iada Beg ii M 2 jfte -ri Mi :j iuin lab Premium Larteti Bill n,t gier ar redeesaed rfltr 'tiImt l, lfluo 20 !b Gra- 8or4 j 1 lb Presh A,.,.-- Biuw . ... !' 1 lb Fresb hulk Apple P-:.tr.. .1" J lb Presh balk Mine Meet .. .K 1 lb Evan r-.- !', i Lb 1 lb Evaporated CberrWi ... ) hi Evaporated Baap .. 1 bo. nire Cooking Appiea .... 2 raaa A''-k Pitted ..rne ) 3-!b ran Arbeka Pineapple, fi' ied Peaches 1 lb ii" dried Jap.it, Tee .... Japans Rlei . prr lb M Iba Prl ii M lb Perfei n H if Prr M ii Rqi , per awb . . Hnni. par lb 'ir i( (fin . : . r lh Hulk Olivea, par pint ...

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. — 24 October 1906

TBI TULSA DAJtT WORLD WEDNESDAY ntOENTJCQ, OOTOBEB 24, 10M The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a larger Class ified Department than All Other Bastern 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- verti.-in' LcauseltAlways Krin.s Re tilts. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation, HELP WANTED MALE VVANTKD - " men tn work in oetucnt miUi In Oklahoma, 1" l-2 ;r hour. Car fare refunded. Loti denied free to employee. Col or write U". s. Hull, room 203, Pint Nationnl I iiiuk building. TUTOH WANTED A Bret elan Mitarn student to leach boy for tbe etisuinn year. A d res box 101n, civ. WHf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE If you want to buy or ell ut Auction or private tale, per--onal or real property, lave money bj Mains J. P. Johneon, the auction nt-r, room 25-2G, Hvuuin WAg. in 18-6V HELP WANTED FEMALE. WAN'l'KI) Qirl to do ...

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. — 24 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24. 19M. BRIGG'S PHARMACY. Prescriptions Filled ...Promptly... BHIG.o PHARMACY Hair Brushes, Toilet Articles and Drug Supplies of All Kinds at Our New and Up-to-Date Drug Store Fine Stationery at BRIGG'S PHARMACY HUGE CROWDS (jREEl FAIRBANKS pig I.) oi nflnes more lull blood than anj other hi ili" new state, r. o, prvu nd ! Ueiuj Dlek, i In- Imli. in Rb pnblicun nominees in the Sallisati district unv iiIkii on the Rpecinl, A in bin Oklahoma lour Fairbanks eau .' the lotem to fthoosu none but art! able sound men I'm the ooniti intionol convention A Farewell re erption was uivon the vine.prosidoiil m V in i r a lost night, whore I n eluded liis two da) 's tour of the Tor ritories, He epuuk at Kayolteville and Port Smith, ik., today. Addres.i at South MtAlester Viee I 'i eiidoui Fairbanks said: Judge Clayton and Fellow Citi-Mils- linvo enrd of South MoAI ttar before, but I never heard quite to much hi u u I have this mum mR. (Applauae.) ...

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. — 25 October 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD fteot VOLUME II. NUMBER 31 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2.r, 1906. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Before Beginning His Campaign of Hoisting Dirt at His Opponent Flowers Nelson Might Have Studied to His Pe sonal Advantage, Fairbanks Injunction to "Let Well Enough Alone MUD SLINGING STARTED BY NELSON in? Tuba a recording district. Mr. Orcgg has fought the good fight for Tulsa. What has Mr. Nelson ever done for Tulsa? SENSATION BY ATTACKS PERSONAL INTEGRI TY OF HIS OPPONENT GREGG'S WORK FOR TULSA Mr. Gregg Has Loyally and Unselfish ly Served Tulsa. What Has Nebon Ever Done for the City? Flower Kelson laid himself open to serious censure hy his course laal u.;k,ht when he Injected personalitie mto the campaign and attacked tin personal integrity of liis opponent in B public speech. Nelson should re member that his good name has nuvei t n assailed in this light, ami thai probably then- are as good grounds foi doubt in his ease as in that of any other mun...

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. — 25 October 1906

TKt 771JA DAILY W0kL2 TUTTED AT M IT 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 Motototottootototototototot To the Ladles who do not Use Electricity YOU OUGHT TO Hon. W. J. Gregg Outlines His Policy in the Constitutional Delegate Campaign-A Masterly Address to the People ooc3ocoooocdc:: : Mr i- WW, Led lad t't, and Fallow ( : ; . - , u.. rveaiog, I .. bSm Myself tb a dtt'ioa of the curves "that kin lc preferred i.a. . a) tte KttntB? Imwrj: I ... sot er.tnspt to enter is to any divussio of cationai affairs, or in r.y way ri ms tae nuvt e Um i(e publican par. j: ,(.- Vou nave etroet'd sod M;V i addWHwaa of Judirr Hon. Bird S. M . .. I f. jql't :n,i reflect upon tr .' to consider and. n la e :.'.' n." against aae in tab ri -. forp .ra' : n .a . i Mum . m hm self by liie Deaorra cty, t t fretting I the ttnogrtM ol t . am pi-Mured ry toil rrtetsed, ,r sp...

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. — 25 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLH THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1H06. HON. W.J, GREGG OUTLINES POLICY (Continued Cmn page '- I I have ulwuy.s tried In ileal with Hum in tin' put But" the Evening Democrat i nut natislied with abatying nif with being wiii(JJ) the Standard Oil eompao ami under its direction md eoirtrol it alao.jayi thai l am a railroad at torney and that I am dominatad and controlled by railroa Influantee, and that if Sleeted as a delegate l the Constitution! Convention, eould mil and wuiibl not stand l"t- tllOBB tliiirj winch will protect the people as agalnat tna corporate interests In this nuw .state. My oonncotlon with the railroad is as open a lecrel as tbal rharared-against me with tbe Stun daid OUflmpany. I am not the paid representative o( any railroad intrr eat in Tulsa or aUowhere, 1 do not own any stork, receive dividends from or have any interest or connection with any railroad. The truth will b urt no man and every voter is en titled to know the truth and the. whole t...

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. — 25 October 1906

THB TUUU DAILY WOaXD THTTWDAT MORTOfO OCTOBXB. B 1M4 The Tulsa Daily World if J. P. BRADY Editor and nrr an.vb.dy to jail exept in L. capacity aa judge of U Franklin ami) n urt It wa Judge l(enwc' duiv then I- n Ofte in Seaman bunding. Tmrd Street. Tpnone No. 3S4 " ' lifl to lb jail ut pen tautiary aa ttM la prnnded Mr. Bnitow bat ..on that be baa all of 0 blared in the Tula Poevumce u aecund elate r.auer gix V Tare Si One tSf 8u MmI Tbr- - M Qr.t Moo'D TFKM- Of .VriSrRlrflOX DaUy-by Mail Daily by Camer 00 . 2 no Mo ,$4JC . Ufl . 40 juah.'irationt of a UttUaan Bj going outude of tbe bet. a path Ij aer.d a neighbor and former friend to jail. In tbii anion, Mr. Briatow demonstrated bia superiority ova Senator Kenton. Of eoarae, if Sentor Benson should tufr. lit attention to tJi-ber things and succeed in tend .:.g Mr: : n I :..- to jail before the neit legiliur eW '., W. Beaton might bars a much claim to tbc ten atonbip, at if r Briatow won baa. Bit ur. til .onieibing of thi sort bppn....

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. — 25 October 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MOEN1NO, OCTOBER 26, 190. I C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. INSURANCE LOANS BONDS We represent a number of the strong-ft Fire Companies doing business. PMtotMl City and Farm loans placed, reasonable iiiterebt, length of time to suit, quick service. Fidelity, Surety and Oil Lease Bond., promptly issued. OFFICES! Rear of Farmers Nafl Bank. PHONES: Office, 136; lies., 4-J2. oaoeoeoaoeoeo o o o PERSONALS J. K. Brants is here from Ad. Luther Bthridge 1 1 reported better. W. P, Hammett is bore from Chel sea. C. J. Owen in here from Joplio, Mo. J. F. Barge it bere from Aberdeen, Miss. II. A. Stcainch in bere from St. Louie. L W. Hughes is bere from Waco, Texas. C. B. Co wan bare yesterday from Bapulpa, W. H. Knydcr in here I'roin Pitta burg, Fa. C. A. (hooper is in the city from Philadelphia. George Mcir, of KaiiHas City, is at the Robin n. Edward Byrd was bere from Chel--vi yesterday. 0. P. Htouvall of Jaekaon, Tenn., 1 1 in the city. D. K. Best was hero form Bar...

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. — 25 October 1906

re ttju. i ci-r w : ij ; :tjc t trr ; News of :he Oil Vvoria ; TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY W ALL Great Fall PAPER: Clearing Sale : r, "n 1 J. P. J'hnsn t T Tulsa Decorating Co .- .-: .. ... : :-!-. i - ..i - jp.a 1 ' tm um - '--. r l i PALACE HAKKE1 BES BAER. Prop. 1 ; run :i II S X A 1 2 T I VOIII 1 : : r : 1 ... 1:: . ITS ii ftLi:i '.-:::.:. T. -TA. i. T ; rri :-.r?'.y rr or: hj Mm is.: : :- r.ru -i:-l7 :. :- :- w l.w 3 - ::t4,- - . l.LL-i'. Z U 1X7 X . . 5 t u.t 7 '. Ti IT ft l : ij.: n. : 4 t -r", 1 7r I ftJB r 14 jm 2.t-it3c. 'ignmii P 0 : Alcorn Hotel - A. r 1: iii 2i4iU. 4 t : T rr k T.-.-.r:; M':rrr." HI Ksta S.M ..M0NE TO LOAN. clothing Itotl ? i : : 1 1 1 f 1 J14 : Uu. BnrLSon-PaneryiLiv.Co. : & BLILDING MATERIAL 'rr . r!i f ' T . TV. ? 1 TLTULOr :::: i t tKirzrz.Ms : t "-IBHIK-. r 1 : :c r til i 4'. . :rjC7 " 1 nirii " Vl r - x ft -.--J.AJ .". . " PIE u U Lk LanK rUCTHatAJf ; ; ;- ft t rn. :, - -- If ..11W ': M Si! ir: r - 5 T "ST 7 I i. I ?.-. . " 1 ' i z.- i r if '...

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. — 25 October 1906

THE TUUA DAILT WORLD THURSDAY MORN1NO, OCTOBER 25, 1906. JfcW FOR UAB1NUT. The World Want Department The World Keularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Bastern 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. I he World Uets thv Ad vertising Hcca u sell Always Bring kesultH. The Want Department l elis You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE UAVTI-'ll 7.1 nun Id wirk In I semenl mills In Oklahoma, 17 l-2e per lxuir. Cer fart refunded. 1-ots leaded free to employes, Cal or write V. S. 1 1 nil. room 302, Flrat Rational lnk building. TOR RENT Either two r three oms, unfurnished, ground floor. Ap ply iiiiti 1 Egan MM V- 1644-tl TOR RENT HOUSES. WANTKI) An industrious young man wliu want k tn work his way through lehooL Tulsa Buiinou ColJ lof. WANTKD Fifteen men for steam tbovel at Mohawk, I. T., Bve miles northeast of Tulsa. Address E H. Rushart, ...

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. — 25 October 1906

THB TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY BfOMCIKG, 00T0B5K 84, 1WX . Prescriptions Filled ...Promptly... BRIGGS' PHARMACY BRIGG'S PHARMACY. Hair Brushes, Toilet Articks and Drug Supplies of All Mads at Our New and Up-to-Date Drug Store Fine Stationery at BRIGG'S PHARMACY You Want-Tii. A PARTY (Continued from ir.ir L. hip broken. A. Hi Wwti overcome by smoke. Km nk Holer, railway mail eltrk, linger on btb bandi broken. Captai i J. K. Burkbolder, fireman, beel Surl by falling ladder. M. l MeAII, railroad laborer, sligM bi titan - M. .1. Jockaeon, slight bruises OF FAULTFINDERS -. n,, t Pennsylvania, no tmbaaaa . - ,or tip Itrnzil, lias In m mentioned a Col Owen Follows tte Lead of His ih. mot I likely si laaor t., Meyer in Leaders. I which ceaa it bt reported that John Col. Robert Owen, of Muskogee, '!;"r'"- now miniater to Columbia, h.livere, an address before a -u..i.l 1" """ " ..pi""'"'" in lience in the Epperson opera houai Ml lilU'lll HI the interest ot the Deill- irratic party. ('"I. Owe...

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 October 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NUMBER 34 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITOKY. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 86, 1908. SINGLE COPIEj FIVE CENTS When in the Course of Human Events it Becomes Necessary fa a Wmimk to Hire Help, Hire is n) B.'tler PJai Iin u fry a Wj;ld Vj.it AJ-Dae Wjrd, One Week, One Cent STANDARD OIL OBSOLETE GUNS All I OFFICIALS HERE JOHN F. ARCHBOLD, OF YORK, IN TULSA. NEW NO SPECIAL SlUNIFICANtb Ordinary Inspection Tour of Prop ertiesHigh Offic als Will Prob ably Not Conic Here This Year. John v. Arebbold, of New York, president ir the Prairie Oil & (las eompany; .1 K. O'Neill, vice presi dent and general manager; V. F. Gates, luperintendent, independence ami l). C. Stewart, BarUeivUle, as. elatanf luperintendent, are visiting the lower districts today on an in formal inspection tour. Mr. Arch' bold is making his lirst nur of the Mid-Continent field since horoming president. It is not likely-that the various of ficials of the Stan lard Oil company will make their annual tour of th...

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 October 1906

THS TOTJA DAJLT WORLD riJDAT MOIXTKO OCTOBt tt. IK t 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 Ladles who do not Use Electricity YOU OUGHT TO coooccocccccccc oaoeeoeKeeoaDecc A OOUPLE or OLD FOOLS Art Thomas Piatt led Ctauncey De pew, According U K.n Ed.tor. Old Tow Piatt ud Cbaunrey I)e aw a year or two a.- I ix.srr.fd )TOOQ wire. Tom and Chaoses)1 ire each eeer 70. Chauneey married a prJ curti e-'.afb to b ' ,-r.v : !jrh ler, while Tom m.irr.rd a d.i. . . widow about 40 yean hie junior. CklM0M't wife :i-m eOaaf. lime an and now T- u. . TV W.dvW (1 kT ... T I is reported that the linpip ibl tees ia referr.i..' '. . man wu-ild burn bole through an ubestoo ban let. We bare do lySspal I oa either of tbe Id ful. When a Baa reaches tbe aire when il .a diffi ewJt lo eipeetoratr over bit rhin aod then want to marry ,it irl about 40 or'SO years hi j...

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