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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 13 November 1906

TMH TULSA DAILY WOULD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 190fl. 0 8 PERSONALS o ooooooo D. 11. Turk is hn 1'ruw Carroll, la. S. M. Koby is hero i'roin Joplin, Mo. C. 11. QreenS is here l'roui Musko gee. L I'. ROM is here from Kansas City. Gray Erick spent Sunday in Skia took Fred Fry spent Sunday in .Mus kogee. M. Young, of Wagoner, L T., is iu the city. A. Hall has returned l'roui Oklaho ma City. (. I'. Richards, of Keystone, is in the city. Joseph Bruno was here from Satml a Sunday. J, U. Taylor und U. C. Kobberson are among the business retailors from Dallas, Tex. Hurry Campbell was on the sick list yesterduy. M. Winters of Toledo, O., is a guest at the Brady. .1 V Martin was down from Cow eta yesterday. John Cashnian was here from No wata yesterday. Win. yuerry was unable to be dowi. town today. Prd Bbipman was a visitor to Skiatck Sunday. J. If Smith and wife re iu the city from (Samite, Kas. "W. i Moore, of Cincinaati, is re tristereoit the Alcorn. Dr. Aaery was up from Sapulpa yes...

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. — 13 November 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILY WOULD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 190. The Tulsa Daily World OREAT INCREASE IN CURRENCY. J. P. UUADY Cdltor and Owner Otflee in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. :"6 bUNd in th Tulsa I'ustotfioe as second laa matter T Kit MS OK SIliSCKIITION. Dailyby Mail One Year 100 Si Montfai iOO Three Months 1.00 Daily--by Carrier. One Year W.80 Six Mentha 2.40 Therce Month 1.2" One Montli 10 SENATORS ARE COMING BETTER THAN UNITED STATES? The Motto rill t tnanitti ritory ami Till . Is I boBorsbls committee In Us and also to pressi I I b liirht. The people iranl rssti regulated and many olm-r TI.e visit of trie tens) i - tnnity to prsMnl I eonditi to cure all ills. Trie snppl of money in circulation in the United .Mate is 1813,000,000 greater now than a year ago, according- to the treasury statement of November L This is the largest tuSISSSS 00 record in a ample year, anil it raises the per capita circulation to $33.68, which ii just M per cent more than ten years a...

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. — 13 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1106. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN We have money to loan on desira le city property, low rate of intcrtst, time to suit, quiok lrvio6, Cull tod see us. C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. PHONES: OFFICES: Offices .... 136. Residence . . 442 near of the Farmers National Bank IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSBPHINE OKAY ) Tho November Moon. The silvery moon looks down, looks don i, From her bacony In tlie skies On u somber Wood of russet and brow a, With wide and wondering eyes. And siic looks in vain on bill and plain, Fur the grave where summer lies, For the daisy is dead and the daffo dil fled, And the flame In the forest dies. Sbr Ir.ms ber cheek mi a silvery arm And her argent ban- blows free And the veiling cloud- lend I subtle charm, And a wonderful witchery. And her glances rove rom tfrove to (Trove, And from lea to darkening lea Um never a rose in the garden glows. Nor a blossom may she see. And her nightly vigil she always keeps, From he...

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. — 13 November 1906

THI TUUU DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORJfTJTO, KOVEMBEB IS, IK. Ml In 111 l ii II fl I ,B MMM9MWC - between emaiiue. U News of the Oil World Weitarn Pircei gravity and above 31 'a t' .'12 gravity 31 to SIM (fftvity I" 'II gravity .'ft i (,'ravity Fu':l Oil EuUtm Prtrci PaanajrlvanU gj jy, Heeond nand J ( IbehJarid j jo Banting MO New Caatla im 10. SSi 27c D0i Lii M Jfj M .0-1 ., North Lima Booth I. tma bidiaria . . . PfiBMtOU . DOIMfMl Baglaad , f;y, in 04 Ooraieana light 80 OoffioiDl jt-ary ,n Canadian y Oil Properties Change Hindu Casey, III., Not, 12 Th- record (.sir of ..ii property in the Dlinoia&eld wan elated today through the office of ftfaaafl A I'crry, broken of oil properties Of thin city, in the ale of tha Immense holding of the Jamiaon Oil Company t. K. If, Janninga, of Ptttabanr, fot a eonaideration In tha neighborhood .,f fflQfldo, The prop ertie Mmabl of bfiOi arret in John on totrnahip, thin county, and are among ti.c Hoot in tbia bald, with a lilv production eloee to ...

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. — 13 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 190(5. 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 For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonden. The World (ids the Ad vert lslngBecause It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED 000 men to feed al 10c a meal. Lodging fire and H.rc per week. BtndwiehOo, best In town for the money. 2120 1-2 Bui B. First street. 10-24-12t- WANTED -Manager for branch oOoe we wish to locate here In Tulsa. AddreMj with reference!, "The Mor ris Wholesale Bouae, Cincinnati, 0, 11-it-tf WANTED Fifteen team to liuul coal. Steady work, J I per day. Ask for Rushart & Bohnert at Mohwk, I. T., SO a mines. ll-8-ot BUSINESS CHANCES FOB BALE A restaurant, very (ooil trade, a tfood location, one year leaat on building,...

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. — 13 November 1906

THE TULflA DAILY W01LD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1906. ARREST WOMAN BOOTLEGGER MHS EVA PAYNE ARRESTED BY STRICKLAND (iKIP FULL OF LIQUOR Woman Denies Chargu of Whiskey Paddling Talks Tearfully of Troubles to Rcportor. Deputy United BUtai Marshal W, E. Btrlcklnnd last nighl arrested Mrs. Eva Payi the charge 1,1 peddling whiskey, The woman wan oaughl with '-iip "' bar poaaaaiion contain ing a quantity of liquor. Bba waa taken in tbe polios nation, wnen abe was guarded by Bergearnt Hal) until ihis rning, A youth In bai company was alao placed under arras) When lean at the atatiou early thii morning, Mra .Payne admitted thai she w as the mother of the little (rirl who applied for a room "i tba A1 eon hotel laal week. She denied ihat aha was guilty of bootlegging, am! aaid aha was merely taking the whikey from one peraon to another ai an accommodation. When told thai ii waa a crime agaiosl the Unit ed Statei i" be oaughl with wtiakey in her poiaeaaion, tba woman almoal bural Into tea...

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. — 14 November 1906

0 V? TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II. NUMBER 50 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1900. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS An Humble Offering: Now Here's to the Southern Methodist; He's a Jolly Good Sort, I Say; Glad Smiles He Brings All the While He Sings His Ministerial Lay. METHODIST CONFERENCE WILL BE ORGANIZED TODAY HUNDREDS OF DELEGATES ARE thai city. Bishop Tiger! ii afflicts IN THE CITY. NAME WILL BE CHANliED Greater Oklahoma to Bo Made Full Jurisdiction--Bishop Tigcrt 111. Opening Sermon Last Night. At the oonfervws of the Meth odist Episcopal bhurch, Booth, in teuton i present In Tulsn, there will probably be obsnge made to eliminate the Indian Mission pint of the confereneVi title, and hereafter style the conference, the Oklah a con ference, taking in both the east ern und western sections of the ww state. II. I. Thompson. pre siding elder of the McAlcstcr district, presided over the n- fcrence yesterday, and will con tinue to do so until ! o'clock this morning A...

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. — 14 November 1906

1 THI TULAA DAILY WORLD WXDKESDAY MORKINO. NOVEMBER 14, 1906. PATRICK GILL, LOCAL LABORER SEN DS BULLET THROUGH HIS 0V HEART Pre 10 ar u.e eoreer A Lan i strstu, and m M :. .4. K. .-. J rr.ed with t.'.t htt. dajgtter allad V.or'.lv before Ir.'i st take UM 4 ' f fl WALL SULLIVAN WRITES 16-YEAR WIFE HERE THREATENING SUICIDE Hit Wall SjiliVD, aged Hi jcin, of Kiimfisher, committed taieidt, is tbe qiM tioa that is worrying the po lice of several towns in tbe Territory, tid especially in Talaa. r m days ao the younir wife of S'llljvan, who U only 16 yean of age and who ia aoon t' become a mother, sud der, Jy lfl home and in supposed to be in tiie care of relative or friend in Tulsa. TV husband in rrared with grief, and after a fruitless aearcfa of three lat- f r bn voa'.hful wife, says that Sullivan came to Tula MMay morning in company with Chariet forarot, a friend, and to him (rave a Mite saying that :;e intended to com mit filicide baMMM he believed that his wife bad become tired of b...

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. — 14 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1906. I SENATE COMMITTEE NOW THE GUESTS OF INDIAN TERRITORY Yinita, I. T., Nov. 13, The corn miltec of live United States .senators who arc ti Investigate Indiun affairs arrived here today and were given an flit li usiusl u- reception. Hcprcsenta lives of the prominent commercial hodies of the territory met the com mittee here and will oiler suggestions as to desirahle legislation on matters affecting the welfare of the people of thin country, The senatorial com mit lee will spend three days here and will then go to Muskogee, where the Investigation will bC continued. Oili er cities to be visited arc McAlcstcr. ArdJnori, Tulia and Bartlesville, A I each of these cities hearing will be given by the senators and testi mony taken for nee in connection with legislation by o on greet. Opportunity will be afforded to all eitisens of the territory, whether white, black or red, to present themselves before the com mittee and offer Sugges...

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. — 14 November 1906

4 THE DAELT WOILD WEDNESDAY MOR.VTNG NOVEMBER 14. 190. The Tulsa Daily World J. P. lik-UA fiditor and Bcr . :. ZOOCOOOOOOOOC QUI PI FROM TH( PROPEIIOR : GREATER OhXAHOSlA 0' 3 C 300000COOOOOOOC Two Poets la Mjmereu but -ifie Sjt-j MHhg Third Street. Tesepfeoe No. 164 f ' m Lb TbJm PoatoAe m eecttad tx r : tni m: extends "all wool ry Ap, 10 ad- ntUU OF SUBSCRIPTION Ukt feat ft '- to M Hte... - Da-y ly Carrier jo Year MVi u J 4 rtr Moaltie LN Qm Mottt li ABOCT HOUSE CLEANING TIME Rumor ta ha from tbe cttjr, w Bar . - pr- - ' ' . ' TIM hat gone. Tl It Of 1 Heaaue. Mii a TV only regret a xat tat major- -m: b: 'war. : Ml Good K '. asaoeia H a: KatkofMt Decem ber 'j. 6. aoJ "Tha r. .r orld baa trona denv rratie." roar "L-r.'' Cameron, in bia rayatUaai despair. x . r.., eer drilled in the .-re if. ,.-B iire-r cad la Texas. : i " ab;e eituene U (roe, it ia nifa tune '.'.at tat ett look tie tetter tar.d a; ; ;- i t " ' - . It mar be aaid that Tulsa ia no .,tv t!.ar. - Ekef I to aiak into the...

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. — 14 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1906. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN Wo have money to loan on dcsiru le city properly, low rate of interest, tunc to suit, quick service. Cn Ul. C. D. COGGESHALL &, CO. OIlicBH PHONES: 136. Residence 442 OrriCES: Rcir of the Fanners National Bank bin return ami make his future home here. 11. J, Keller is here from CotlgtiOi F. J, Mlleser is here from Kane, w. i Hikes li hare from Bartlei Mile IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSEPHINE GRAY ) Twin-Born. Long, before the Beginning was, Before wUctt-Lilitb. or woman-Eve, A mother gave to the world two SOll Ami slowly the FatSS begun to weave. Hlue veins, blue eyes that were depths, of llcav'n, And hair of glorious gold above; Bed, imiling lips that foretold all jys, The mother miirmureil, "His naine is Love." The mother looked on her second born, Ami "Ah," she whispered, "must this Thing bet" His eyes were gray as (lie depth of dreams "His name is 1'iiin," she snid wearily. Ami later, whe...

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. — 14 November 1906

THfi TUIaBA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 14. 1906. News of the Oil World 3 3c . 33e v. - : Wtettra Piroet 32 i tnd tbove .... i!1, la H grtvity 31 to il; grtvity 301 1 (a J grtvity 39 to 30! j grtvity r ail Eastern Pneei Pecn. ..:.. a SctOCll .ami Ti n K.e... : rninf N Cattii Ctb Cat;. ; 1 1 l"y Cortirana light 89 Cortirana heavy Jjl) Canadian 1 JC Buiidiig Pipe Line The superior. Oil cmpany, it All uc. in the Cherokee thailu .aati district, it stringing pipe from it hoMiagl to Wttovt, a station on t:.e Iron Mountain, a Jutar.ce of about to n..lni, wnert the oil from the company ' WtHj rilj be stupped tu toe reflnerj at Muskogee. Tot ujrior Oil r IMfHJ tMtnif in.r : :.. in u.e aoal- low Mod district, and t u stated it will 4it a production of about ',00U barrels a day to turn over tu tbe refinery. The pipe line will probably be completed l,.r hrt : Ic-en.ber iikltb ma ntj. j;i :..e ::.:. rttaVfJf Hitrhe-x-k 'n toe nubjeet of oil leases lint winter, wbifb were re Ul .raj:rs...

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. — 14 November 1906

THE TUL8A DAILT WORLD 1 ULSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1906. T The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Vtord, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted Por Lest Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. I he N -M-iii Gets the Ad vertisingjBeca u se It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the iStory of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED 600 men to feed at irc a meal. Lodging 'r,c and B6e per week. Stndwiob&e, best In town for the money. 220 1-2 Kust B. First street. Ill J4 12t - MEN WANTED Twenty live men wanted at "lice nil pipe line close to city. Apply to Charles 11. Blair, Held superintendent. - - Osage & Oklaho ma company. ll-ll8t FOB RENT Rooms, Royal Room ng house, First sod CinciniiHti, pliona (72. Finest, largest KWDM in t lu ll . F'reu batli. low rates, Evan ... in an outside one. Mrs. N. W lewnit, manager. tf WANTED Far...

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. — 14 November 1906

rO VJ1MA. DAILY WTOlsU WTDXXSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 14 DOUGLAS WILL miSIVS MOTHER MITES INTEREST- KEEP PHULMX .11. i PV-iJEASERB WAX? EIM 70 TAKE II BACK KIYBQ Gfl 10LD FEET V.i: ').. '::. 7:.7 Rears ?-a sx,iJ Hi.: T Dn.rt! ki4 i. .,it a Cc.itt. i Prce .: Mt r.ir :.'. z. :r..:. that it if a little trying on delegate to the does the aevr METHODIST CONFERENCI (Coatiaaed frooi page L) f v make h fr i jm'-.r it I "t MeAIter- FMr McDonald. the Nr. rur et grrh There BO NprMtattiiot) of the northern pr of the church, lea Roper eays that two churche are neeeeBBfl if. M nkogw -..-r the Stld. Rev Roper does i.'.t anticipate that he ill be nrr.i.M"! to another field. He II been in Mukv! for two year In shaking t rimrUr for ih World last night. Rev. Roper mid that he did not believe the matter of uniting Um North and th South ehurches of the Method 14 faith would h broached at thm conference ''There ha never been ar.v trrioua steps taken in that direction Hnt there will probably thia he done at t...

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. — 15 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NUMBER 51 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, lflOfi. 8IN0LE COPIES FIVE CENTS Each Day's Proceedings of the Methodist Conference Will Be Pound In the World Every Morning. The World Covers Every Field. It is Greater Oklahoma's Greatest Repuplican Paper 6ISH0PTIGERT PRESIDES AT THE CONFERENCE OPENING WEAK WITH ILLNESS, FAMOUS LEADER PERFORMS DUTY CONVENTION IN DETAIL Official Report of First Day's Work of Vast Assembly of the Church Workers- Notes; Incidents. Bilhop .1. .1. Tigcrt arrived in I hi' city Tuesday night from Atoka and presided nt the Methodist church, South, conference, when it formally opened yesterday morning. Bilhop Tigcrt is very weak, and was quite exhausted when the morning session closed. He is keeping very elose in his quarters at the Rrady hotel. He is ably assisted during the confer ence by Hishop Key of Sherman, Texas. The feature of yesterday's confer ence, in addition to the organization of the body, were the ...

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. — 15 November 1906

THX TOUUL AHT WOIU) THURSDAY M0BVT5G 50VT3OEB 15. 1K DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY IN SESSION IN MISSISSIPPI iMPREMwM 99 i'-l LIVl I. : Dm aaa Nor .a.- op hi 17 i en D : . pes W .. - pn Dat ; if- - reI! pttn toe or : in Uh :. ;. tert a; PUNS 10 FIGfll THE GREAT WHITh PUOUE If . . and WU Dr.F.W.O' Byatun Bid ( BAN UN Room Three MATHEKS& RLGGLES " 0 217,, Fin Rati Bank biag C ' TULSA, I. T c ; Uooty Lu&omI on Guy PropaWt) . HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RAILROAD TICKETS Itougbt noli! and exchanged to all , NiMs. All Irans.n-ti. nt gutrantefil. Iftmbtn of Aaaricao Ticket Brokers' ri PASCHAL S CUT RATE TICKET orncE Knar doors -nth of Hraih Hotel. I'hom- Brad Hotel ill be speedily act ereulosis congress, not lets tout 8, (k&jQjQQ of 75,000,'Mi deaths st the natal ratio in tr.t United States are ue directly to. consumption, snd not thsn one-seventh of th entire ho isn rsee die from toe disease. Of 00,000 consumptive patients in this uuntry, it is estimated thts least i'.'mj wi:i ultimately...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNIT1U, NOVEMBER If), 1006. i : i Happened In Pansy ier :n "'It No nil a nd. Harriet Burt and CHan White "It Happened In Nordland." In HARRIET BURT In "It Happened In Nordland" f.v: v: &m- Jm&P' HHRjHjjjR , if ' rtTER THAN UNITED iTATEif amUnd, It It Asserted, Would Make a Good Name. A certain OltH of minds Iiiih been at work fur more than 100 years trytni tu construct an nrlliiitl .. Ignn in a alogla word tor tha United Btatea of Amartoa n waa lerloueli propoaed m Brat to can thu republic Columbia) lull no ona wauled that, and llnally Now Granada, in South America, uma along and appropriated the mio. Manuel Whelpley, author of iho "Com pond nf I listen," conducted a cam palfn in behalf or tha word "Ft donla." which he considered more euphonliiH than Tpdouila," but atic coeded iiiily In netting the name at tached in a rlllaia in tbia state, w hence It has hi en paused on to post olllces In a doen ether slates of Hit; union, aays the New York ...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLL THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15. 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J . tH W liditur and 0uer of IN ME iORY Or PIT ,. Office in rWumafl Kinlilit.k1 Third Street. Telephone No, 866 Knicm; in the Tuim, i'netoffioa as Moond class mattei thlOi.- nK SrHSrRIITlON. Daily--by Mail. toe Sear 4,00 Big Months 8,00 Three M'iiii l.rtii Daily by Carner. ine Tear 4J0 Month 2.4i Pierce Month 1.20 Month, a SECRETARY TAFT IN TERRITORIES ekfrlars Bridge Intended to Corn memorats Mil AcrievemenU. Secretary Taft i in Oklahoma tbii week end is es peeiaJl) pleased Mid surprised at tb rapid growth ami development of the territories. Secretary Taft Touches the information that Fort Sill ii to be raited to I poai tion ol greater importance in the military irorldi n itation which it richly deservee, This ii matter of ipecal in tertel to Oklahomani and a itep in t e right directioi which will be appreciated. Secretary Taft ha I n a man ol Inj affair-. He ha- diatiogttished himself in the itrvice o...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN We UK. have money to ;. a li eity property, low r ate of Interest, !. a eeaea,. lime unit, iiirk service. Call ami C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. Offices PHONES: 136. Residence 442 OFFICES: Rear of the Farmers National Bank O O PERSONALS 00OOOO aylor is here from Davis, Smith) of Wfcuette, t kla., It here from Mountain and witt ate bare 1 IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSIiPHINI; (JKAY ) W II.MIM ksl Third, between Third emdSiece esl Third, between Qutbrie and nil. The Bail Cirele of the Ladies' Aid will meel with Mrs, J, l. Seaman, on Fourth ami Main tbia afternon. M ra. Song of Summer. i' Suntii Circle Hill on Eighth Wl and I meet with K enoaboi Tell me imi in tones that rumble. Love is inn an empty dream; Rub your eyea and take a tumble, In the peaobee ami the cream, LO B is feal, love is earnest, It it isn't just in fun, When the fickle lady tnrneeb To the geeser with the mom Trust mi lady, bowe'er pleasant, When the su...

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. — 15 November 1906

rru. ;clt ttt-lst.at k.ijtj:- y: Li .: .Wi Some of the Best Dressed y "I SACK SLITS s;o to 525 OVERCOATS SIS to S22.50 RAIN COATS SI2.50 to S20 Williamson Bros TULSA, IND. r FIk Edst i.de Meat Market. Byrnes 4- H use ATCHISON 4. SON Atchison d. Son, -rtxi: v. jH fpHaVaVfiaV COLLECnON ASEHCY :a. S " It A rrpr.-r. ' . ' tt i: - Mt - ! I T ?yi it Zas Ml fee .-!: " - u--': lew caflcc txxj nil jarta f the L arted ." t 14 Tto 4iJ kana a E., T aw kirut - SXSSXJSX. - r r m 0 0 0 ...SUITS... I l. a.: T- tt tt - i m.- T.-.-j. :- t r 1 TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY auc. MARTINIS J 1 M9H The Drujyist ' ' af u . im r . . . "jL . i U. -. i.t " . "i : . k I ; mat i. tf.t i-.-m : bswt -jut 1 lad ari "t u m at -- -I UT k - - ?: -ia k:: J. P. JOhllSOII ' - . ' Oil I U K k.tj'.rr ?:: .-ri I-.' i: jfi' Taw : T : u: : : J t - -i7 is -lam 1m. ! oaosoa na voku u :-r. ;uixjs: tad - mM - .-r.i: : 14. 4 4 14 a 1 i ' a - i. : : ? - :7 i :i : - : ai.t - : r. ' '. : 0.-7 z : : . : . . : : . t ?:av; iii t ;: : i ...

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