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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 9 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD "RIDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 9, 1908. 7 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 Por Less Than Twenty Pive Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads wurk wonders. The World (icts the Ad vert isingMccause It Always Bring! Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED -MALE WANTED Colored man to do janitor work at World office. Call morning. WANTED Al once, two gai Bttara. Apply ii Bapulp. machine works. WANTED 500 mm to feed at irc a meal. Lodging Hoc nnd 8fc per week. Sr.iulwiclific, best in town for the money. 220 1-2 Knsl S. First street. 10 24 -12t- BUSINESS CHANCES KOH SALK A restaurant, TtTJ good trade, n good locution, one year lease on building. A bargain it taken i, Arthur O'Dell, Bigheart, 0. T. ll-7-(St WANTED Manager for brtneh Office W8 wish to locate liei'e in Tulsa. Address, ...

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. — 9 November 1906

s THE TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1906. FAMOUS TERRITORY PASSES AWAY AT VINITA--DR. MORRIS FRAZEE DEAD Special to The World. Vinita, L T. Nov, 8, Dr. Morris Fnuwdt who bid been identified with Vinita mill bar interests for a number of yeare, died suddenly lusi evening of epolexy, While Mi. Freaee'e riiii vu considerable of a mrpriae from tin' fael ihat In- bad been on the treel during the day, ii waa nol nu ex ted, ll' had been foiling rap Idly for levcral monthe, Dr. Preset ataa born in Muikin gum connty, Ohio, Bepteraber h, ih.ih. During his lifetime be lived in Illinois, Missouri and tbi Indian Torritory. He served aa n soldier In tha Union anny and was elected oaptain, The funeral takes place tomorrow after i al I o'clock, attended by the federal and Spanish-American ealdiers in a body. The bit-' hearted, cam natured, ejrmpathetlc friend of the masses, philosopher and unique character haa passed away. Only his memory re mains, That memory is the heritage nf the...

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. — 10 November 1906

TULSA DAILY VOLUME II, NUMBER 47 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1006. WORLD in "-h 8INULE COPIES flVE CENTS Tho the Question Bade Fair to Become as Historic as That Famed One Regariding Ann's Age, the World is Abie to Slate Reliably at Last That Mr. H - is Elected Governor of Kansas BITTER RECRIMINATIONS OF GREATER CITY DEMOCRATS NEW YORK BOURBONS TO "IN VESTIOATE" EACH OTHER. BRYAN ON THE ELECTION Peerless One SayB the Result Looks Hunkadory to Him Tips His Hat to Oklahoma. f I lie Buffalo ('(invention. As to Hearst, 1 nurd bin s a holier, do) myself, Ami Kings county regarded li i in us a bolter." The motion to investigate the Kings Bounty organisation was carried. The investigating committee will lie named later. Subsequent to the meeting it was unnonn 1 that Perry Belmont's rep resentative from the senatorial dis trict included in Nussau county had resigned. Belmont had liecii serving on tin mmittet temporarily since the Buffalo convention, at which time...

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. — 10 November 1906

' The above is the exatf repreacLU tion of tt Victor Queen Gu Hester The moit powerful gas heater made Tie itove will beat your bouie ud it U very economical id consumption of gas Mide il two sixes $20 $23. Below shows how the interior of this wonderful stove 11 constructed ni l B Ej Q fa The Largest Variety of Stoves Ever Brought to Tulsa We cannot tell you about all the different kinds of stoves we have, in this ad. but we sure have the goods, and prices to please everyone. Exam ine our ranges for either Gas, Coal or Wood. H. 0. McCLURE HARDWARE Everything in Hardware And Headquarters for Gas Heaters STOVES OF ALL KINDS Phone 262 1st Main 100 familiea in Tulsa are bow us ing tbe Economy Gas Heater in their homes. This is a very highly guar teed gas heater. No. 12 size $12 No. 16 size $16 No. 25 size $20 This store is surely the place to buy your Oak stoves for coal. We have a carload of them and will let them go at the rediculously low prices of No. 11; $6, No. 13, $8; No. 15, $11...

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. — 10 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1906. S : POSTPONED! The band concert to be given at tho Opera House and the drawing of the premiums has been postponed to a later date. .The premiums to bo given away will amount to about $300.00. Besides tho other expenses, such as advertising, etc- .The band receives a small per cent from the merchants handling the tickets, and up to the present the number given out does not justify tho giving away of premiums, bo it it thought best to postpone tho drawing, in order that the band may derive some benoflt, and also give the people another opportunity to get tickets. Watch the Papers for the Date TAKE IT IN TIME 1 Just as Scores of Tulsa People Have Alroady Done. Waiting doetn 't pay. I If you neglect ilic aching Iwiuk. I'rinary troubles diabetes, surely fol low. DoM'l Kidney Pilll relieve backache, Cure every kidney ill. TiiIsii eitizons endorse thejii. N. .1. Booth, retired, of Cheyenne nvenue, Tulsa, Okla., says: "My hack was v...

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. — 10 November 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World CAPITAL SAYH PROHIBITIONISTS CAUESD IT. J. P. BRADY Editor and Owuer Office in Seaman Hiiililing, Third Street, Telephone No, .'W6 Entered in the Tulsa PoetofflOS an aerund claan matter TKKMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Daily by Mail. 0le Veur $4.00 tiu Month. 2.00 Three Months 100 Daily by Carrier. One Year WHO Six Mwntha 2.40 Therce Month 1.20 One Month 45 Capital) is "in with if tin' republican tick BEGINNING TO MUDDLE Tlie dcniocrntit are already beginning I" ihow th( in toxical ion of success. The Shawnee delegate has started a no Vein en I to talu away the constitutional convention from Qntbrio, As i natter of fact, the enabling Ml des ignates that the convention tnuil he bald in Quthrie, The Shawnee aspiranl t"i fame announoaa tba novel plan of asscmhl i ng in QnHtrie anil adjourning to Shawnee, No reaaon i given otborwiaa than a abaneful deuoeratie gerrymander to ennnie the demoeratie iiohtuiiin to run t...

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. — 10 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1906. i MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN We Imvc money lu loan on dosiiab'e city property, low rate of interest, lime to nit, quick service, ("all unci see uh. C. D. COGGESHALL &, CO. PHONES: Offices .... 138. Hcsidsnoe .. 442 OFFICES: Rear of the Farmers National Bank PERSONALS o 5 J. ('. Curry is here from Arkansas City. C. M. Roquette is here from St. Louis. W. H. Kohiirds is here from St. Louis. L. A. ("oaten of Victor, la., is in the city. F. M. Marshall is here from Kan Kan City. W. S. Whitman is here from Har tlesville. K. L Briggl is here from Jenningi Oklahoma. S. M. Martin was hero from Shaw nee Friday. ("has. BtrringtOD is here from Alt' mont, Kas. F. L. Sawyer is here from Indepen clcncc, Kas. J, Wade Bone is here on boiineti from CbClM. A. M. Cunniiigln.n is here from Ot tawa, Kansas. II. Beaeliiig, of Pituitary. Pa., Is at the Hrady. J. II. Robinson, of Chandler, was Eagle Hotel Best Place to Eat Best Service Best Roo...

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. — 10 November 1906

e THE TULSA DAILT WORLD SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 10, 1908. East Side Meat Market. N'.irly opened for business. Fret M"u, Cure' M'.! Gsir.e mseasor. Fi.bon Fridays. Comer First sr..; Boston. Byrnes & House ATCHISON t SON ve ft fall lire of I'p-to-Dste Ore iries. Deal ith tbtm ft they bni Atchison &, Son Brinson-PattersonLbr.Co. ftcncral Um BUILDINO MATERIAL Frisco Wirht D)i). a m n as U. f tWrall. Mgr The American COLLECTION AGENCY No fee charted '" ' 1 1 " ' unlrs tollr lion is made. W e make collrx tions in all parts of the I nited States. 413 KANSAS A E., Topeka. Kansas IN THE OIL WORLD 1TRUNK SALE! tuisa professional directory We Are Ov erstocked in Trunks. Western Pirces ty sod above .... 32 gravity Easter-: P.-. ts Suit Cases and Bags at Cut Prices $5.50 Trunks for - - - $4.50 . ju $5.75 Trunks for - - - $4.75 $c00 Trunks for - - - $6.50 i y 7.50 Trunka for 6.00:10.00 Trunks for - - - 8.25 WILLIAMSON BROS. Cor. Second and Main. - - Tulsa, L T. st wees tnan past month ...

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. — 10 November 1906

Isf 1 t J THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1908. v 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 Hor Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad vertising) Becauselt Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Athletic Champion Games. Nov York, Nov, 1). Tho indoor championship meot of the Amateur Athletic union of the United States opened today in Madison Square Oar don, Willi icprc-cnlativea of athletic clubs ami oollegoe from nil over the couiiln on baud to try for the titlcB Involved, Tbt New York nnd Irish American clubs of thin city hnvc en tered I heir eliiiiiiiioiiK, while Yule, Cor nell, Prinooton, Ponnoyivanle and oili er nnivonlUM ro represented hy their itar athletes. HELP WANTED -MALE WANTED MO men to feed at 15 a meal. L...

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. — 10 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORKWO, NOVEMBER 10. 190 NOTICE1 The Midland passenger i rain Vall.-v Hill be held Ulilil ':10 . '.-Ick I iiis afternoon, inorder t tiut ihr Mnakogae football team BM c.iteh it buck home. Tin- L'allie of I'm 1 1 ball batman Tulsa inl llntkotM will iiut lie call - -il until ;t ii vi. .rk, Inotatd ni tot boni fortuity ioen. Uontd. BITTI H RECRIMINATIONS (Continued f nun iimjb 1,1 are to be ifiven a drive about the eity. Thin will rail for about two hundreii huwrie and rarnatres. Such a demand will inelude practically tfry vehicle in the city, and owner .in- .i-ked to arrange in advance for tin- iniHirtant event. Hi mi lav nik'ht, the - j ! a I seaaiuu to TULSA YOUTH AS SEAMAN (Continued from papa L) unlets pranu-d In- wishes. That lie 1,1, ,,.,: hi i uialiiiiL' l' I is evidenced by the complete all ar-! fuel that he has been raniillv ad- i.u .. Mi.nl lor the entertainment of (.llU.rjn ti. ,VVi anj is enjovinir both mental and physical tin- w-iiur. aii.l ...

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. — 11 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD okl.Vn.hu Hi. i Honict 7. TULSA, INDIAN TEREITORY, SUNDAY MORNINQ, NOVEMBER 11, 1006. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS HUNDREDS OF METHODISTS TO BE IN TULASA NEXT WEEK .txttiai pnMrv.RTNCE OF M. E CHURCH, SOUTH. NOTED DEVINES EBMINIi Twelve Celebrated Preachers from all PartB of the Union Will Attend . the Mammoth Convention. STUCKEY IS IN DOUBT. brisks: Thomai If, Campbell, ol Pexai: .1 . ti : S. Little, .if Ark;ui-;is. ami Henry A. Buchtel, of Colorado, Letter have been received from representatives in eougrsui accept ing invitation! t.i be prusent, Rv . iv important organisation in twenty four weatern flutes and territorial have elected delegatei to attend the congress. Been eonatl i of Hi" will also he of the ehurch of the union, in so- foregoing, represents- The annual conference of the M. E. ohnrchoutb, will meel in Tula Wed DMday morning. Delegatei number ing nearly four hundred will be In at tendance The delegatei wUl eom- mem-e arriving Tuesduy.brii.ging ...! t'nm...

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. — 11 November 1906

- I TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING. NOVRirnrp in mn. jggggjg ! XXCXXXOXXXXXXXXX The above is the exact represent tion of the Victor Queen 0m Heater. The most powerful gas heater made The stove will heat your bouse, and it in very economical in consumption of gas. Made in two sizes. $20 $23. Below shows how the interior of this wonderful stove is constructed It THE LARGEST VARIETY OF STOVES EVER BROUGHT TO TULSA We cannot tell you about all the different kinds of stoves we have, in this ad. but we sure have the goods, and prices to please everyone. Exam ine our ranges for either Gas, Coal or Wood. H. 0. McCLURE HARDWARE Everything in Hardware And Headquarters for Gas Heaters STOVES OF ALL KINDS Phone 262 First and Main Dont fail to examine these stoves whether you purchase or not. They are offers not to be found every day. Out of town orders promptly attended and stoves properly packed and delivered to depot SEND IN YOUR MAIL ORDERS. 103 families in Tulsa are now us ing the Econo...

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. — 11 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 190. I IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSEPHINE OKAY ) (Continued from page 8. ing the social conditions. The soci ciy anticipates much for the coming year, their bopM being based on the lueceu of tbfl past year. The mem bership of the society lias Increased ji u' lis Dumber, adding Intereit to tin' work. A vote of thanks was tendered the bntineei men of the city for their hinds mi during the two lay' dinner- iimt were given by the lociety irben the Federated elnbe were in the city. Hycthka Club. The Hyechke club bald the regulM meeting yesterdey afternoon, In ad dition to the regular program, the elub decided to pve the liu'ht opera "Merry Milk Maids," soon. The program was as follows! CECILB OHAIUNADE, Biographical sketch. Mrs. Canon, Her Musical Career ai Pianist ami Composer Mrs. (iettman. Piano, "Air De Ballet, Mo. 1, In ;, Op. 30," Mrs. Short. Vocal, "Love a Captive," Miss Howard. Piano, (a) "Paa dee Eseharpee, Op POSTPONED! The ba...

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. — 11 November 1906

inx. tuwa uniuv WORI.D SATURDAY MOENINO. NOVIn!P in mm THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. U. BRADY Editor nnd Owitr OHicc in Si-HFTiati Building, Third Street, Telephone No, 860 Interad in itn TuIm Postoftlcs iih isoond 'ciAtH matter One Year Sin Mould Throe Montbe., One Vfiir Hi Ifantbi Theree Months. Ooi Month TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, Daily by Mail. Daily by Carrier. . . ,$4.00 ... 'J.O0 ... 1.00 . ...RHn ... 3.40 ... 1,90 4fi SOME OK THE CAUSES We nave mel Iho enemy and have been temnornril) wallowed Dp, It ii surprising landslide, On the surface there seems la be much mystery tboul it. The territorial campaign committee made a vigorous iud -ci,-iiii numpauni There was no iimu i thil line. Tin; poll mortem usually telle il an r tbe de- mite, hut i will hardly do io in thii case, The obial ea ill be Couud in the itay-at-bome vote, The republican! arc in power, prosperoua ami rontented, They were ilow to ue tbe great haportanea of this e...

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. — 11 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 11. 1906. 5 TO 8 GRAND OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT November 23 MESSRS. MARTIN & EMERY'S Majestic Presentation of the Great Sacred Festival Drama PARSIFAL" THE MOST IMPOSING Production Ever Sent on Tour F OK the convenience of out-of-town patrons and those unable to be present at the opening of the seat sale, orders by mail will be Ailed in the order of receipt, If accompanied by remittance and self addressed, stamped envelope, directed to P. W. BUEL, Manager (irand Opera House. JS4 Sf $3 AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA OF TWENTY www SCALE OF PARSIFAL PRICES: Boxes (four scats). $8; Orchestra, $2; Dress Circle, $1.50; Balcony, first two rows. $1; Balcony, balance, 75 cents; Gallery, 50 cents. ft EVENING PERFORMANCE AT 7:45 SHARP. CARRIAGES AT II o t PERSONALS o J, ('. Cobb was here from Nowata Friday evening, T. A. Tri'X was here from Okluhu ma City Saturday. s. p, Parki was ben yesterday on buiineu form Vinita. Geo, A. Bwetl was ben on buiineu yes...

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. — 11 November 1906

THE TULSA DAJ1T WORLD SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11. 1906. News of the Oil World 1TRUNK SALE!TULSA professional directory We Are Overstocked in Trunks. Ml Western Pirces 32 a it y uinl ahovc 90C 31 1 2 " 93 gravity 36c 31 to 'II : gravity 33c 3m., i,i SI gravity 30r 30 to .MU gravity 27p Fuel nil 2flc Eastern Pnccs. Pinnsylvsnis H M 8cr,'ii, 1 land l-r8 , 1 Tima 1.68 I Richland 1.78 . - Orning IJO New Castle IJ36 i Cabell 1.18 I Nortli Lima 90, South Lima , 8.1) 1 Indiana 85 PrinMton W , ' Somerset 85 i ' Ru(rlan,l 55 1 'i Casey. Ill 64 1 : Coniesna light 80 1 Corsieana heavy raj between Beaumont ami ii" fi i-, Tba Quffej people on n ity. J, F. Planar, luperintende Mr t - ateria), The Quffey people, it i un- iral I. only plan building tan tanki r the present. Tba Standard farm tiit of 120 acres, one ndls north .lenks. The tin tT. - have another r 2 1 at $5.50 Trunks foi $5.75 Trunks for 7.5U Trunks for Canadian 1.3C 'hree mile south of Oil b nit ii lookii While there has bssa m advanc...

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. — 11 November 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 wonders. The World (ids the Ad vert i I i 1 1 gBec a u se 1 1 A I w ay s Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Storv of the Circulation. HELP WANTED -MALT. WANTED 800 men to feed at lie a meal. Lodging (( bikI 8'e per week. Stndwichoc, best in town fur the money. 220 1-9 Eaat S. First street, 10-24-12U BUSINESS CHANCES TOR BALE A restaurant, very K I trade, ii good locution, one year leas i building. A bargain it' taken won, Arthur O'Dell, Bigheart, 0. T. U-7-61 WANTED- Manager for branch offloa wiah to locate here in Tulsa. Addreu, with reference!, "The Mm ris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, 0. ll-0-tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANT Ml) Kiflecn Icanis lu haul coal. Steady work, $4 per day. Ash for Ruahart & Bobnerl at M...

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. — 11 November 1906

Tab TULBA UAUjY WORLD SATURDAY MORNTTM wmnssT . LAST OF THE l00O00OO000O0( I tht local team regained thai they irere unable to cheek the POaaeaij if it. Two line pluvs nl- ailvnuiT, the hall' cmliutr with the! MOHICANS HERE MEMBER or THE stockbridoe TRIBE AT SAPULPA. IMMIIKTAI ll II INDIANS Btockbridgs Aborifint, Tribe Made Famous by J Feniinore Cooper, . Was in Tulsa Yesterday. ('. J, Antone "i Hapulpa, ho claims to lir the only member of the Stock bridgf t t-i t of Indian Hying in the west yra in the eitj yestcrday,and in civiTKiiiinn with a reporter for thr World, gave -"in,' interesting facta facta in this i neetion. Ant aayi lie I really mid truly "the laal of the Mohican." Tbia famous tribe of Indian- was made immortal by the writings "i James Fenimore Coop ax in the Leather Stocking Tales. Aniline lias been in the territory for thirty-three yeara, He aaya bis fath cr was a Btockbridge Indian and bis mother belonged to the Oneida tribe. He was burn at Chimung, New York, ami te...

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. — 13 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD Oklahoma "i"1 S0u VOLUME II, NUMBER 49 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, '1UF.SPAY MORNING, NOV EMBER lit, 1900. SINGLE COriES FIVE CENTS The Citizens of the City Should Respond to the Appeal of the Commercial Club for Accommodations for the Visiting Clergy. Tulsa Must Preserve Its Reputation for Hospitality. WILL MEET IN ELKS' CLUB ROOMS QUARTERS FOR SENATORIAL COMMITTEE TENDERED SENATORS BEGIN TRIP Arrivo In Vinita Today Where They Spend tho Day and Tomorrow Senator Stone New Membci Kansas City, Nov. 12. The special committee of United Slates senators appointed to investigate conditions in Indian Territory! to day in this city, listened to the claims of per sons interested in the Ford Child coal leases in the Choc taw nation. The comtnitiuc decided to investigate these claims and make a report of their findings and recommenda tions to the senate at the short Msion i December. The Ford Cliilds coal leases cover a coal Bold in area Sight by fifteen miles and arc valued at s...

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. — 13 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1906. BUMPER COTTON CROP IN NEW STATE A PUZZLE TO TRANSPORTATION AGENTS Oklahoma and Indian Territory ami raise one million bales this year. Toll tul;:iii:' ilh cotton. Thnuiiilioiit Ihe i' i' - rnilli :i dollar-" p.ud in c.is!i ootton ball ilm 0000(17 billowy with white. At cvcr.v orouroadi i poll ing (fin, and along every country mad move Wilson filled liijjh with seed cot ton. The streets of the towna are blockaded with cotton sregons, sur rounded by ootton bujan in keen competition, fl towna win-re (itinjpreilQa iiro es tablished there is even greater eetiv iiy. A famine of can hai made it almost impofiible to more eotton, except i- tin mpreaaee, ami the hnildingi Bland iMilnted in a lava Hc-a of bales parked as eloee together as possible, Tin Immense platfonoa an- covered with cotton and the hales reach farnndei theaheds, Bwitcfa en gines bump and rattle loug lines nf loaded can discharging their freight ttt the rnmpri-Kses, t...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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