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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER, 1, 1908. 3 Advertisement for the Sale and Lead ing of Land. Three hundred and sixty ncres of land for lease in Creek Nation, cast o BriitOWi Will lease for agiicult ural, r iil and gas. Qoed water, in closed, ami a part in cultivation, Also ten acres of land, ond also sixty BONt of land in two thirty-acre tiacts. This land can he bought at a reasonable price. And also eighty acres of hind, in-i-fesed, about forty arrcs in cultiva tinti, a nice orchard, in Missouri, five miles from the town of Licking, This laud can he bought at a reasonable price. $f00, spot cash. See B. J. Vann, the real estate man, nflice at the cast side cafe, cor tier of North First and (Irecnwood avenue, Tulsa, I. T. 10-24-Ot WICHITA MAN BOOSTS CITY Says Baxter has just what you want. 10-28-0t Dr. Harrison, Dentist, oyer Baker drug itore. Cheap Rates to I CALIFORNIA and MEXICO Doily until October 31st, Colonists' tickets will be on sale to California and Mexico ...

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. — 1 November 1906

TUB TUUA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. P. BRADY Editor and Owner Office in Seaman lluilduiK. Third Street, Telephone No. HMi Knten-d in the TiiInb I'listofllco bm second Vlase matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, Daily by Mail. Ojie Year H0 Sii Mouths - 00 Three Months IM Daily by Carrier. One Yenr HM Bil Mentha 840 Thiiree Months U0 One Month 0 Por Delegate In the ('(institutional Convention, W. J. GREGO. REPUBLICAN CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION V'nier, v, n, 1 1: he pnhlisheil, he ijuoted approvingly in the Issui if January 11, thii Infamous ilanderi "Tlie pious Bail Harrison nid irrnee over seven kimls of liquor Bnd held this morning ami evetiinj' devot loii over a linrrel of old Booteh whiskey, sent him by Andrew CaroogiSi Viol I'rcsidi-ul IfortOJI ran an open hur in Ins nhoreliain hotel in v7aabinTton, 1). '., while the de vout McKiuley rented his wife' property in (ianton, Ohio, for 0 bof depot. " I'm riolic, loyal citizens of Tulsa, how do you ...

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. — 1 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. I Ht f gt f HHUIIMiMCMUIINNMMUIMInMMMMMM GRAND OPERA HOUSE-FRIDAY, NOV. 2, ICfl Kennedy & Willard present the Original Swedish Comedy Drama, Introducing George Thompson, the Greatest of All Swedish Comedians. m 4 In The Hands of The Pmustinf; YUST IN FROM YIMTOWN See the funny Irish widow. See the lumber camp in midwinter. o i 1.1 i : ow urenning ui iujj jam. , nnn n r-v , L, , "A kiutfh in every line and alcl appeal tun c ui uuc riisi, ruicmuai, the lines are close together."' Funniast, Peerless, Predominant and Pre-eminent Swedish- Annual appearance of the! American Character Creation, containing more Mirth and Melody New Lumberman's Quartet New Log-Jam Luxurious Appointments greatest Swedish -American play than alll the so-called musical extravaganzas. IIUUOMMMU Prices -Sc- ',,Sc 50c and 7,Sc Seats now on sale at Ayers' Drug Store. MMMNMMfMltltMIHta9NIMI(INMItMNIt Wm Interpreted by a splendid company of players. CARLNA...

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. — 1 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. News of the Oil World Western Pirccs Si gravity ami store :,(ir 31 ' to 32 gravity :,,J'' 31 to 31V4 gravity 33 3ti i to 81 iri nvity 80 :to to MV4 gravity 37 Fii.il oil Mc Eastern Prices. Pennsylvania ILofl Seciiihi tand LflB Ti.ua L68 Richland 1.78 Corning 1.10 New Cutit LM Ml 1.18 Nurlli Lima 00 Smith Lima 8.1 Indiana 85 Princeton M H-Tin-i ! 86 (gland tt Casey, III f)4 Corsirana lih L 80 Gorsiosna heavy r0 Canadian 1.30 Washington, Oat. 81. Pittsburg parties arc planning In lay a pipe lint from tin neighborhood of Bartlas. ville, , T., tn Port Arthur, Texas, a distsnos of about .riO0 miles, at an approximate cost , Including all usees, nary ippnrttnanoM t.. the pipe line, of 16,000,000. This statement was made today hy K. A. Hitchcock, lecretary of the In- tarior, who stated that he had I n visited by representatives of the par lien ami had encouraged the project to the extent of urging them to make their pipe line either...

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. — 1 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. 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 winders. The World Gets the Ad- I vertisingjBecauseltAlways I Brings Results. The Want j Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE. Blacksmith WantedTo go to Jenks where shop anil tools are ready. Plenty of work, no competition, flue opening tor (food man. Address 'leo. A. Jones, Jnks, Okla. 10-28-BV WANTED Janitor and messen ger at once. -Pioneer Telephone of fice, WANTED Working man and wife to occupy u two room shaiuy mar loll bridg. Kent free. Call Sunday miirnin :. 10-28-61 WANTED Fifteen men for steam shovel at Mohawk, L T., five milei northeast 0 f Tulsa. Address B, B. iiushart, Mohawk, L T. 10-24-61-e WANTED 600 men to feed at 16a a meal. ...

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. — 1 November 1906

I JUL TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1906. j jlSA lV(Miti (Continued fmni icve l.i "Bnllstini" Sarah Platl Decker, Hs tfcmsl president; Lucy H. Johnson or Topeka, director in tba QeoereJ Federation. Mi-. Wilcox presented the. I'oJiow in.tr reenlutionii wbioh wato snopted 1 1, Thai all daeussioni during the Federation be govsrnsd ly parlia mentary ruling. 3. That representatives on commit tee work lie selected by Individuil chili-. .'I. That a parliamentarian be add ed to i be cMpi of officers; 4, Thai stationery he furnished from the general fund. 6. Tim! postage lit' furnished tee retain- mil of ih' general fundi (). Thai i hi' preeidenl be n delegate, to biennial convention, mid thai ilm transportation be provided. In Ihr absence of Mrs, MoKollop Bra, Early, of Muskogee, gales a aplendld parliamentary drill Hint wu helpful. Mis. Eugene llumiltotl, (if Mll-ko gee, gave lone excellent reuisrki in tbi- lame line. Mm. Wimberly, of Lind ay, road nn pntUent paper, alio ...

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. — 2 November 1906

Tulsa daily world VOLUME II., NUMBER 40 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, I K1DAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER I Willi. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS The Constitutional Convention Will be Republican. W. J. Gregg Has Proved Thai He Does Things. To Get Results the People of Tulsa Should Elect Him to Represent Them There BITTER DENUNCIATION OF HEARST BY SECRETARY OF STATE ELINU ROOT YELLOW CANDIDATE DENOUNC ED AS DEMAGOGUE ASSASSIN OF MCKINLEY Influence of Hearst Papers Claimed to Have Incited Weak Brain of Czol goz to Do Murder Cticn, N. Y. Nvo, 1. Tin- bitter denunciation iif Williimi l(. Hearst, in which the speaker said he hmi the full ami complete endorsement of prei ident Roosevelt, was delivered in pub lic ere tonight by the Secretary of State. ElihU BoOt At the MUM time Hoot paid eloquent tribute U) Charles K. Hughes and announced that he was authorized to say that the president greatly desires the eleelion of Hughes as governor of New York. "'I sny to VtrQ With President House veil's authority," said ...

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. — 2 November 1906

dt fVUU iAlLT WgtU TODAY HOEinHO NOVEMBEB 2 1906. 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 YOU OUGHT TO AFFAIRS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS NEAR A CRISIS ' l-u C.ty Mu i PWf Had iy.i Tr.p v. iMiTtr ' ... U th C06ft..B OVERCOAT TALKS! e T h'jibhy.r. HIS HOAEX; Firs:- I. i V; t. . .:. I.,; H Hvl E-.-'Ti :v 0".,:r Is, rn : JO -,Vk n't drive over I'.at ros: ndi'.ion sgiin for a thou A:... L-:.'l Liw Evau. -The Hew ,. beaked ' ' Er.ir.trr- Want Mori M'.r. llctojlialitsRpislprJimiiiii.' The season is now fast approaching when most every man and young man will need an overcoat, and, in justice to yourself, you should see this Famous Line before buying. We are showing all the new cuts and patterns in Top Coats, Rain Coats and Overcoats at from $10 to $25 J i , y K"K'I Oil IT SOLOMOX BROS. 1 IEMPERT. iooikii . nty Metho...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 November 1906

THE TULSA. DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 2, 1906. I Advertisement for the Sale and Leas ing of Land. Three hundred and sixty acres of land tor leaae la Creek Nation, east (p Hrislow. Will lease, for agrirull- ural, or oil and gas. Good water, in oloMd, and u nrt in cultivation. Alio ten neres of land, and also1 sixty acres of land in two thirty-acre tractl, This land ran he bought at a reasonable price. And alio eighty acres of land, in oloied, ahout forty acres in eultival lion, a nice Diehard, in Missouri, live miles from the town Of Licking. This land can he bought at a reasonable price. $600, .-put cash. See H. .1. Vaiin, the real estate man, ofllce nl the cast side cafe, cor ncr of North Pint und Greenwood avenue, Tulsn, I. T. lO-:!4-K Colorado Opinion of liibition Maine Pro- Baxter baj just what vou want. 10-28-Ot lie Harrison, DentUt, over Baker drop store. Cheap Rates to I CALIFORNIA and MEXICO Daily until October 31t, Colonists' tickets will be on ale to California a...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 November 1906

The Tulsa Dail World TW Mot r.. Oh ': Bu Mm 7l y - . 7HE WHITE 0B0WI (MM u D 'rrw Ur In-"! M lid MM .ft tr ei fang yard hi tw Jeyiakr ta' Qm 4a; tr, imr fha owned tb BMaM l atn by tb crow's BBBj lib a gun "Wis: art jaaa going ti df" ad th "I n ," klU UfcMI paakl afMH it xoy MM rid," aid l, "All rift?, but aWa)t MMl u rrowa tb. TVy r ati' trow and M Mi MM r do w Mag Ivxt. th, fit all whit 'f'Mi "While rroi rr at biak a ( 'hvp m4 Bl 7 HM4 ' I BB) n ad vmI m runnm G Ml "I pi end MM hi my Mil " . I. ii.'irra( ' r.kut ft t' ItMMMtk i tltomrjt MMMMJ I tkl daaaaBMtal roMr, tkt aiai biak railway b U an .andidale. iyra(, ii. laat iraniaa; 'i iu, in a few upar i.. ,.,... "' POfid'l attack by staling v, Walker, i m 1 , aVtBkMfttfM lltanMl rep iv baMttftaial railway in the ity, do not t mnpain, Ml tlial Aap, and Mfl'i'i'l are i afaWl ill" autjint it, the constitu tion. Ii is a fir try. Tha votera "ill fa t) i a dUbrtnta All at tor l"i t ti. ii, Tin- attempt In make tli fals ilji repubiiaaa nada...

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. — 2 November 1906

I THE TULSA DAILY WORLD r RID AY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2, lHOfl. 5 1 r o 3 See the funny Irish widow. I Sea the lumber camp in' midwinter. GRAND OPERA HOUSE-FRIDAY, NOV. 2, Kennedy & Willard present the Original Swedish Comedy Drama, YONSON Introducing George Thompson, the Greatest of All Swedish Comedians. YUST IN FROM YIMTOWN See breaking of log jam. . 1 n ,1 -m "a laugh in every line and J Annual appearance oi the First, foremost, the lines are close together."! Funniest, Peerless, Predominant and Pre-eminent Swedish- New Lumberman's Quartet New Log-Jam L uxurious Appointments Annual appearance of the American Character Creation, containing more Mirth and Melody prceg 5C J5C BOc and 75c gmtest Swedish-Amencanj to a fc E0.called m(Bicll extravaganzas. Se.t.,w on .ale a, Aver.' Drug Sto. t -v In The Hands of TfitPfinisriNEi Interpreted by a splendid company of players. CARLOAD OF SCENERY See the breaking of the logjam. Sot' the lumber camp in midwinter. It's just what your face nt'...

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. — 2 November 1906

WOBLT ." AT MORNING XOVEMBl I News of the Oil World j East Side Meat Market TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Weevrx fvvw H i Prr Brnes 4 House ATCHISON 4. SON Atchison & Son FOR SATURDAY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. D L m.rrpra A: rnj a: Law Rest! Lmk and OU Leasee Bought sd Sold TaJta Ind. Ter AY a Lawyer. PRANK B CROSTHWAJTE MISCELLANEOUS A-.-, r.'.y :-Lw m p Car?, i on lib lein. m f. ...-.-.. 1. 1' C ..'' . -..-.. it hm-1 J. P, Johnson Oeneral Auti-necr MM 2. Alexander BdMbf 1 lad. Ter LV. .-".:: Tar. Ciiigei . Kit.',; A'.t:vt Hoffman 6 New State Variety Store W J GREGG Attoney at Li - . 5, Atr.tr Bwlding Tali Ind. Ter E. J C0LLT5I Lawyer 0S in E .;..'. Building Notary m Oftee Tulae Ind. Ter H 0 M E F WHARTON. Attoney-at Lw, Bmm 213, 1 St:. Ml TULSA, OKI. A. Bark Bldg. W. D ABBOTT. r.Tc to tcarteafei : .,a. : - It cetrr s. tF. Acruxc to T uAm Co Tuu. 1. r -eJ.C i 1 1 Mi I J E. HALL Miur of Danang Tuesday and Friday Night Stage. Ball Room and Fane Dancing. Friend A Jones Bldg -:- Till, L T D...

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. — 2 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD 1 RIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2, 1906. I The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Hastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Ceuts. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World (Jets the Ad- vertisiiiKjBecau.se I tAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED -MALE. Blackunith Wanted To go to Jenks where shop and tools are ready. Plenty of work, DO compel il ion, line opening tor good man. Addrew Geo, A. Jones, Jenks, OLla. 1" 26-6V WANTKD Janitor and messen ger at once.- I'ioneer Telephone of- ao. rOW KKNT Kikiiiik, Ho.val Kooni ng house, First and Cincinnati, plume 172. Pig eft, largesl rooms in I he 'ity. Frte bath, low rales. Every i in an outside "lie. Mrs. N. V hell, maunder. tf FOB liKNT Nicely furnished rootni close in and well appointed, Phone No. 1 til! or Ml! South Ci...

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. — 2 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORT- FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1906. ijMjiMJiMJiMiiMMMw"rvrwvrv?""'"j"r,?T,?wf e e e a a- a w w.yw. a. w. ft THE DAILY OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTION Tulsa's Leading Afternoon Paper Full Scrlpps-McRaeand Southwestern Press Association Press Reports j0jj0jjJJJJJJ NEWS WHILE IT'S NEWS & q & 0 a x? & & .& 0 & Makes Specialty of Afternoon Local and Telegraphic News PHONE No. 168 TELL US ABOUT IT! FEDFBATION CONCLUDES (Continued front page 1.) eollenl paper of forestry, she e-ave many nen and valuablt Ideaa, Education wai bandied in an able manner by lira, ;. A. Murphy, oS IfoakofM and lira, II. A. Hodge, of Ada. lira. s. Q, Bagwell, of Paula Valley handled the lubjeel of literature in an interesting way t" ber audience. Mrs. Bentley, of Calvin, I. T., wai warmly applauded on her vocal work lira. Eugene Hamilton preaidei nvcr the afternoon meeting, lira, Bearle Thomai MaeArthur, of llif Bymphony Club, of Atoka, won laurela for heraelf and her elub by bar...

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. — 3 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD ok iitO ty VOLUME II. NUMBER 41. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATUFl'.W MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1900. SINOLE COPIES FIVE CENTS One of These Days an Advertiser Will Offer for Sale Something Thrt You Have Long looked lor -You Will be None the Wiser if You Fail to Read the World Ads Every Day THREATENED TO PUT BOB IN PEN KIDNAPED INDIAN TELLS THE STORY TO WORLD. FLASHED GUNS ON HIM Pull History of Dime Novel Case, In volving Territory Indian and $250,000 Worth of Property. In an interview yesterday with a representative of the World, Sam Bob, the Delaware-Cherokee Indian of Hartlesville, recently kidnapped At Arkansas City and taken before United States Cojitmissioncr Tarns Bixby at Muskogee, gave the full de tails of the kidnapping and threw much new light OO the affair. The itory received by the World is the Ant interview given by Hob since the occurrence, and is the only re liable account of the sensational epi sode. The story shows that some one employed in Indian matter...

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. — 3 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WO OftU SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1906. cooocooooooo I To the Ladies I who use ELECTRICITY l 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 oocooco(Xoooo ooooooocoooooc Koex)ex)ax3exoaxxMoexo 0tO10tOt0t0tOiOOttOK)00ta CHARLES WHINTEY NORTON GOT MIL LIONS OF OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY Chioago, Nov, l.- Charlea Whitney Korton, who, federal offlein claim, has defrauded people In nil parts of I the United State! oul of bonds ami securities amounting to 13(000,000, is in the Cook county jail, and will bo arraigned tomorrow btfori United Sidles Commissioner Finite. Tin; specific eaaa for which Norton wns waited was in oonnaotion with tli itook hi' the Ifonaroh Mining A Bnalting company of Arizona. A buai nan man in Peoria, III., secretary of the mining company, sent to Norton i fur sale H.tltlt) shares of the stuck. 1 Tliis ma...

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. — 3 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1900. inllueneo tOWrd the re-election ot Governor F, K. Qooding, in whom President Roosevelt has taken a per- Cheap Rates to CALIFORNIA and MEXICO Daily until October 3lnt, CobnUti' tickets will be ou sale to California and Mexico points at. exceptionally low rates: Following are the rates from given points to Los Angeles and San Kran cisco : Chicgo W8.00 St. Louis :0 M Kansas City 2 Omaha 2.-.00 1 'arsons 25.00 Oklahoma City '-00 To Mexico City or Guadalajara. Cbieiuro l.0fl St. Louis 27.00 Kansas Citv 24-00 Omaha 24.00 1 'arsons 24.00 Oklahoma City 24.00 Through tourist sleepers from St Louis and Kansas City on Tuesday of each week. You step into the cart here and do not leave them until you reach San Francisco. Ask yont nearest railroad agent for rates oi address W. S. ST. OEORflE, General l'nssciiger Agent, M. K. & T R'y , Wainwright Bldg, St. Louis, Mo. or TAFT WILL CONFRONT UNPARALLED POLITICAL SITUATION IN IDAHO lloisc, ...

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 November 1906

TD TULiA DAH.T W;iLI J it k; . TOCBEi nm i he Tulsa Daily World Lent and jwu liflliLi' i.: i' 7 : .la ,.c.m iu ; ... - t.n OtnahuiH buirlaa: Tiun buw.. TeMaait Ha 3U u aua u,c wefor, Uiti .'ij"w ulct ru-i ieanr k-Ji 1'iiiit Sitiii.:.i Eu A4nTi.n,c A;;:.;. :.i r ui tut: - nu K Htm Mm Daikj bj It tt '.'I Vtd; :. .i kit Uit eU.ui.l.C :'. ' ' p U.C Tut" a I . I 17 Carrier "lit .- In - ' f"- J V. -.i- -.'a. :.' u. u.ie; Ui l:1:.: nc " litU : f 2rmti . rfccy kWI V. t-MA Thi ttAl WItf WF1E, i Z-in virtu: itwot: bub U.w neo: '.-ritr..k i A IU! tf i : i.:.'. Tt. - - W"-rrn m " pihui) . w, i.i ItdalMi ki.t MiwujBta'. i(rd ki: zririjr; Cn: JtXTX 5S"IIE r.iL f.-r i Hr.k-c:.' kit u.k?:JRi: n.a.'t k:.: - u.t-- f..:M F.tTj I; v .'.xt'i kiC '..'U-Tif iu S'.-tlj -6I4 6trrt? 111 t ! U !i ! ..- . n i........... tl a " - i i mm Af kl. wviv. ikli Hi f T t f T " WUMMQB X 2' "" a iiysiw.Kf- ::"::.':::'.c : v".E5 w: : . kr ..! k. it.- 5tu-i " v - - - v. u . . ... A '''lifMfUid ndi' ' 1 - . - .; aM ntft 3et...

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 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1906. 5 C. D. COGGESHALL &, CO. INSURANCE LOANS BONDS We have $26,000.00 to Loan on Deeirable City Property, length of time to suit. 8 per cent, quick service. Olliees PHONES: 136. Residence 442 OFFICES: Rear of the Fanners National Bank. IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSBPHINIi OKAY ) 111! king- listenings rhter tor steps that whose celioes that woundl What Kisses Cost. You ask me, my darling, what kisses do cost In the loves that arc won ai loves that are lost. Ah, dearest mine, kisses cost dolus ami crowns, ECleeei cost smiles that are smothered in frowns. Kisses cost anguish and kisses cost pain j Ki-ses cost peace that will ne'er come a train. Kisses cost cheeks all the ruses they hear; Kisses cost visions that melt in the air; Kisses cist tears that are briny and hot ; Kisses cost come not. Kisses cost lull doth mock; Kisses cost raplim with its shock; Kisses cost wrinkles on brows that were smooth ; Kisses cost aches that DO...

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 November 1906

News of the Oil World I East Side Meat Market. TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Tie T r ' z: Fir Tr.; .i T.jt- mm Brnes & House ... :jm ATCHISON & SON Atchison & Son. FOR SATURDAY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 0 L WXEFEi Attorney at Lew ImI Later Hi Oil Let Boigtu aid -Sud I in Lvi. Ttr FRANEB CEOSTH'WAITI. Attorney at-Law 1330 F Street, Washington, D. C. Careful attention to eociet MISCELLANEOUS ,-, ;r l4t.: It J. P. Johnson OcneraJ Auti'.er ailotttec- H .: before the cobt sm saiv. sutJInn Himiii lnnor binMni Pr-- C: I ' .-. . '. an i i :x r rAr-.-w-.. Cm: ry 1m Hoffman s New State Variety Store aoe MM Powder .20 . r. J w. r. A.ierj famoo Tei-:- Powder r . . foul '.ream for the eotnplexion. . .15 mt ea boekt 5 -art tad H fiatj Bead Meeklae. .10 - - ; t rr:. 1 .- .u ii: rj: get to-vea.n, . ;, ..... ... 5 : : :.dn't .ut . -r Robots, per yd 5 tad 19 j maiefa 10 art k rzzzzi Lawyer Tihw Ijji. Tf W J fJlXGO i; Law Soil 5, A.i;: TxIm lad. Ttr H J C0LLI5I Uw7r 0 ia Ke:ac BaJdic S' .urr a 05e....

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
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