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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 15 November 1906

TH!! TULSA DAILY WOULD THURSDAY MORNINO. NOVEMBER 15, lDOfl. 7 The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Vlord, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The W orld (iets the Ad vertising ieca use It Always brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED-MALE WANTKI) "iUII me fe.-.l lit l'v a meal. Lodging 66fl and 8'ie per week. Sandwicbfic, best in town for the money. 2'JO 1-2 Bail 8. First street. L0-24-12t-" huh RENT Rooum, Royal Room ng house, First u tul Cincinnati, pbona i72. Finest, largest roema in the ity. Free hnt li. low rates. Everj iHm ui outside que. Mrs. N. W lawitt, manager, u MEN WANTED Twenty-five men wanted at mice ,,n pipe line close to city. Apply to Charles E. Dlair, field superintendent. Osage & Oklaho ma company. 11-1181 WANT ED Farm hand. G...

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. — 15 November 1906

rzi ttt-su :.ci 7E. isc at m : 2. vr :- -mrs n . BISHOP TiGEAT PifSIK FORMAL OPENING OF FRISCO DEPOT POSTPONED FOR SEVERAL DAYS His First Attempt h a irrea t 'a a atg NA7VLI : W AiLNTJ j .' u ?n pji M r. BMafM iii H t-P. I U i kW3W SHAWNEE MINISTER SAYS CAPITAL LIES BETWEEN TLLSA AND SHAWNEE iBklMl Rati rj u GMnk P P. H 1 ' ' - - Lt 4 Wmrt n ?; Vi -? kik Jeaea, F. J. Miaou. ; L W A -Arm S:ti.:i C-jfrri: F-t t V,,w. 0 W. Dmm. H. ! Mi. I 0 0 I BU W W A-- M. Hirelr. J 1 vk I F BiHwi, J D Uigm A. h i- ; C--.i.'rre? l.i:.-.:.i C W f F Bw' S I en IMfM. Got A. Lwt. If I Vi-.v. v.i V 7 L '?. ,, . W .y. ?. Hi ?raprki'. A. B. MefCruEK.. J W Haa: . B Bran, J L Das. X R Aim worth. J V (X u. W V V-k-0 W !y. . H H Hoteaa. J F ru-r.'- F W w If Dtttrv Coafera JovuJ J : r w .. v. Ev r 1 i- i J--.., t.' ' L at - : ; :'! f : t r: I li:irwd -' ''"i: aii --it :: a., awe-, a i 1.1 u tt u: 1 Ml - :l -' tcmt mi i i lien aa etkl EMjM '-I if w r-.Wfc, ft rg ' a - -- mo. Mim : . 1 : :-: -1 :.t: :r -j. - t . 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. — 16 November 1906

HI; TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NUMBER f2 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER lti, l'.KHi. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS The Prayers of Tulsa and the New State Are Joined With Those of the South Methodist Church for the Recovery of Bishop Tigert, Who Lies Under the Shadow of Death in This City. BISHOP JOHN J. TIGERT LIES HOVERING -f:" , ICHARGES OF DISCRIMINATION FILED Washington, Nov. 10. For T BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH IN TULSA KSE AGAINST CHIEF CLERK W. 0. BEALL FAMOUS DIVINE CRITICALLY ILL AT THE BRADY DISTINuUISKtll CAREER Was Elected to Present High Office at Oklahoma Conference In May, Proceedings of Conference. John J, Tigert, one of the eleven who constitute the college of ltih Opl of the Methodist Fpiscopal church South, is hovering between Ufa and death at Ids rooms in t ho Bnidy ho tel, in this city, Bishop Tigert was pros l rat ed after eooduoting the op-ruin- session ol the Methodist conference last Wednesday morn ill); and was compelled to take to his bed at on...

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. — 16 November 1906

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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. — 16 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1906. 3 Some Coming Attractions at The Grand HARRIET BURT In "It Happened In Nordland" DONNELLY & HATFIELD MINST.LS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 BIG WATERWAYS CONVENTION IN SESSION AT ST. LOUIS St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 16. Nearly 1,500 delegate, Including numeroui governors, senators and representa tives, are gathered in the Odeon to day, where the opening session of the Deep Waterways convention is in progress. Among Hie distinguished visitors, many of whom will deliver addresses, are the following: Charles J. Honaparte, secretary of the navy; Joseph Cannon, speaker of the House; Senators Cannaek, of Tennessee; Hailey, of Texas; Warner, and Stone, of Missouri; Allison, of Ml '& If you want Glasses ut i low price and want thorn to lit properly see Dr.F.WJ Bynum Bld'g. HUN Room Three o o o 0 o o o o MATHEWS &RIGGLE5; ARCHITECTS . 217,. First Nat'l Bank bldg. C TULSA, L T. J 0 Money leaned on City Property. a ooooonoo HOMESEEKERS EXC...

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. — 16 November 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILY WORUJ FRIDAY MORXTNO NOVEMBER 16 1906. The Tulsa Daily World FLOWERS TOR THE LIVING J. R. ,ik'AH liditor and Dmikt OftVe m Beamaa Hi.iUmtf. Third Street, Telephone No, Entered i iht ia- n.atti r Om Year. Sis Mortiu Ttrrr M 1 r ;.;. mK Sl'HSORlPTION Duly- by V ... . i N One Ye4r 3a Menth There Month. i)oe Month Daily by Camtr Ta tie Bri.uw Keeord: Shoo, we haven't time to frf a enjoy then, ay an unknown writer. iMt t wait ui.til we're dead anl then ctid them ti the one or two who are i.alne t.. shed a tear er Mf departure. I don't eare whetner there are any BOwerS at my funeral or not. I want them while I am here. no that I van admire them. 1 don't eare for any kMf( lying obituary notice, etther, you know anything (food about me, ay it now, tad atter I air. dead, you may say all the mean t .iiufs jrotl want to. Scandal and kypotrUj cause more trouble than any other two evil with which the ordinary mortal ha 10 contend. Kaeh and every one should do all in hi iiower 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. — 16 November 1906

V MONEY TO LOAN THE TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER hi liKHi """T. !) i i iii mm it i daiih MONEY TO LOAN We us. tin ve money to lui 'ii 00 dssir lc city property, low rata of Interest, tUM to Hit, quieC service. Call an. C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. BUILDS QOOO 000OO0OOOK)OOC Olticcs PHONES: 136. Residence 442 OrriCES: Rear of the Fanners National Bank ANOTHER BRICK GRAND OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY, NOV. 23 MESSRS. MARI N & EMERY'S COUNTERPART OF THE BRIGGS BUILDING GOING UP. Majestic Presentation of the Ureal Sacred Festival Drama 000000 PERSONALS o 0 o So 8 I prof. Mckenzie wants pet pigeons BACK AND WILL PAY A $10 REWARD I-. K. Lynch Mm. U list, II is here from Nevada. r. Beudder lias been mi the sick Profeator .1. II. MeKi ilogist, biard-authority laracter, announeei thai reward ol ten lar a.' tere 'lulu Iit is here from Duraul mi is here of Louisville, ii kI was nil from M usk- roni as up from Mus- yeaterday Texas, is Jonei ami wit'i Ituuiona, J. II. Mi buaineaa, ('. A. P...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 16 November 1906

TM TT7L0A. DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1908. eeere Some of the Best Dressed News of the Oil World TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY MEN in public lift and tin' profei ion wear Kirsebbauo clothes, We could give you a long lis) of wall known names man who arc obliged to draaa walli yet who do not oh n to spend all their money for clothes nor nil their time thinking about them. f you want to be safe and ri),rlit in tli.' matter of dress, if you'd like to gel tbia whole olothea question out of the way and not have any worry about it, throw tin' reeponaibility on ns. tin to the rigid store; ask for Kirsohbaum clothes, and insist. 39c 38c S3c 30c SACK SUITS $10 to $25 OVERCOATS $18 to $22.50 RAIN COATS $12.50 to $20 Western Pircos cj gravity and above (1 1 to .'i- gravity ji . . 'ill ..:i .. ii hi oxyf graritj ini 2 to .'il gravity ta to 30V4 iravity 27e Fuel oil 20c Eatiteni PriceB. Pennsylvania flM Second sand IM Tkna 1.08 Richland 1.78 Corning 1.10 New ('astir 1.35 Cabell 1.18 ...

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. — 16 November 1906

TUX TULJtA DAXLl WU&kU I iUi'.u jiuium.h, n v r, ji i r.u 10, luo. 1 The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class- ified Department than All vol 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 wooikrs. The World Uets the Ad vertising) because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Condensed I manual Statement of the BANK OF COMMERCE TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, At the Close of Ituaineas November 12, IMOo. i HELP WANTED-MALE WANTK.D 800 men to fMd at 16 a meal. Lodging 6!V and 8.rc par week. BandwiehSe, best in town for the 220 1-2 Eaal S. Firm street. i o-24-i at- money. FOB HKNT Two furnished rotril for light bottaekeepng. Price- $11.00 I ier week HIS South (Inthrie. ll-l.r)-(U MKN WANTED- Twenty-live men wanted at once nil pipe line close to , ity. Apply to Charlee E. Blair, Held superintendent Kol...

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. — 16 November 1906

PAUL CROWELL BISHOP JOHN G, TIlifflT Clairvoyant and Palmist Given StartUai Proofs of Hid Marvelous Power. This Slraiiifi! and Wonderful Man is Gradually but Surely Turning The Tide of Skepticism Ordained to Do What He DoeH, His Marvelous Achievements Demon strated In Your Preseneo Whilo You Look Listen and Wonder Pei manently I oi u-ii at 220 S. Third St., East Up Stmt. Don't NlnR. WALK IN. READINGS THIS WEEK. 50c 50c 50c 50c HIS REVELATIONS ARE MOS'i WONDERFUL ninl acknowledged t" be of the high est Mini, nbl made to satisfy idle r loaity, hut intended to thoae who seek I lie i mill a permanent benefit, lie doea not eater to the roperstltione of the Ignorant, ereduloue people, If .Veil are in doubl that lie can and will perform all he claims, feel yourself invited to ealli and he w ill five you n more suhstiilial proof of his marve lous power than yon have before re eeived from mortal, Of eonrae there are charlatans and qiiaeka in nil professions, hut that has never been used as a...

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. — 17 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NUMBER 53 TUL8A, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1906. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Since Lieutenant Peary's Failure to Find the North Pole, All Hopes Are Centered in Walter Wellman. If He Fails, a "World Want," Which V J Anything, Should Be Tried. GREAT FUND PLEDGED BY METHODIST CONFERENCE FOR THE BIG PASTURE $6,250 ASSURED FOR CHURCH EXTENSION. OKLAHOMA CONFERENCE Mission Part of Title Dropped Ad dresses by Leaders Notes and Oossip of the Conference. The features nf the Methodist con ference yesterday were the changing of the uime of the conference to the Oklahoma conference, the raising of ft special and of .$2,500 hy Secre tary McMurroy, of the church exten sion society, which he promises' to supplement with $1.50 for every dol lar pledged, to be used as a special fund for work in the Hig Pasture, an a i Id reus hy Dr. Winton, editor of the Nashville Christian Advocate, the leading paper of the church, and an address by Dr. Kdward Thomps...

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. — 17 November 1906

PAUL CROWELL BISHOP JOHN li. TIGGERT I HITIFS 1.1 IT (IFF THE BEST DRESSED MEN IN TULSA are our customers; and if we only can have the pleas ure of showing you a few suitsof that celebrated line of Hirsh-Wickwisc Hand Made Clothing imn will hppnmp .-i mist.nmpr also. The newest fabrics T ' ' s ..... " - i mm i i 1 1 1 1 j h p train. doEeil small tmvux in s i S . -. S. Hfc v -a Oe . ' a customer also. rl in smffle am non-breakable fi e newe (louhle breasted (illtS. Hon than Wliil... Shirk 1 ," i.dillh, .ci. ill (tie uiriresf linn I (in'i ever given in si. Lonii will Im I tendered tonighl in tha LJJOO delagates ! in Um waterwaya convention, now in i saasion I"'"'' ' ""'in lniinpuH '"ill I of tbi Jafferson bote! wai found to lie Inn small, ami the lobby, library ladiee1 reception room and Japanesa tai room an being transformed into a vast dining '""in I'nr tin' UM ol' tin1 guaata Natluui Frank will he the tOMimU lii anil responses will In' uuiilu lv "UneJe .! ' ' Ommiii on "Out Oowi' t...

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. — 17 November 1906

THE TULUA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. Some Coming Attractions at The Grand s M g Pansy Farmer in "It Happened In Nordland." Harict Burt and Dan Nelson in 'It Happened in Nordland" Philharmonic Society Concerts. New fork) Mot. hi.- The sixty Bfth session oil i he Philharmonic Soei I etjf of New York will opto with I con- (l it n Carnegie hull tbii afternoon. Sixteen sonosrts will be given during j tbt winter. Among the, artists ingtg- I re! are Josef LhsvioDI and Aloys Hur- teller, trho will make iiieir lirei ap pearance in this oountrv; Hugo Host- man, 1 ho violinist, and Ossip lialirilow ilx'li, the Russian pianist, Wasily SafoUoff, the famous Russian musi eiaii, will act as conductor throughout tin' season anil will nut he hoard with any other omhoitri during his stay in America, The I'liilhannniiie season will eloso .March Iti, and before tliilt time some of the moil FamoUl oloisis of this 0OUIU try and Europe will have appeared Under the auspices of the soci...

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. — 17 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY W01LD SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17. 1906. The Tulsa Daily World M uian who Imitate i homed. - :o : J. W. HKUA Editor and OwMT Office in Seaman Huiimng. Thin) street. Telephone No. 3M Entered in ibe TuUs PostomVr a second rim matter. TfckM.s l)f ttUBSCKUTIOK Dsily-by Mail One Year $4.00 6ii Month 100 Three Mvnth .. . 1.00 Daily by Carrier One Year 6is Mei.iha 140 Theree Month 150 One Mor.ih 45 rkl old r.ikc get the gnu widow. :o : H'-al estate riltnyaj hand rapidly yeterday. :o: If jroa plant love, you mut esrct to harrow feel- THE WORLD INCORPORATES FOR 125.000. Articles of incorporation er tiled yesterday at South MrAlester by the World Publishing company. The capital stock k 125,009. The i.toekh.dder are J. K. Brady, Join H. Kostm and Frank Tew. No uan.'r i:, the policy or polities will be made. J. H. Brady, present editor and owner, will be president and editor, lie will continue in the future as in the past to eontrol ill affair and direct the policy of the pape...

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. — 17 November 1906

TH1 TUL8A DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1906. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN We have money to lou on desire see us. le city property, low rate of interest, time to suit, quick service. Call ami C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. PHONES: Offices .... 136. Residence . . 442 OFFICES: Rear of the Farmers National Bank . QC00000CtO0000 oeXe)oe)oe)OeXJe)OeUOe)oe)Oe GRAND OPERA HOUSE-FRIDAY, NOV. 23 MESSRS. MARI N & EMERY'S Majestic Presentation of the Great Sacred Festival Drama o PERSONALS i HAIKEY'S TRIAL ioioioioioioioi THIS AFTERNOON A. I'. Smith is here from vVeleetkk, Lee U. Wilson is here from Chicago, (i. D. Blessing is here from Mus kogee. J, C. Graves is here from Spring lield, Mo. K. 11. Miller is here from Chandler on business. Mrs. T. C. Carlcton is visiting in Bedalia, Mo. C. P, Wood, of Dallas, Texas, is at the Hobinson. .1 I. Wwlurk. of (inthrie, is visit ing iii the eity. A. M. King is here from Dayton,! 0., on business. .1. E. Arbuekk, of New York, is at the New St...

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. — 17 November 1906

-II TU 3- t. iz it m: iarsr : v : tug 12 . " .v.. i . ' ' ' I ' a evs of the Oil World en r-sa tiX Mi file 3 MM fc- ! i.1 a: : .: : .. -t K -wc 1 iO? ? 1. n-l vi.-. 13 wiml la 14 t ta n -. :ri ier luu L- : : l. 1.L ' Lmr, JC L-.104 -1 yir u ulntv ag. --. Lir j wi ; - ..i. 77 '.Li.; Mi .. L -L. I : 1 i i 1 :.. 1 .-i4 A ii f j til r ir u -" d Li -.aat. !4n T - is -i. .! x 4K . a x:i M.:a ;f : J'. i J- -b t r --..:. f -. : u . "Tm imt: aa set M MM It' KM VLA u Ma j.o aa.: ;.ad taia a t TT CA-l IT Jaa. 'i( r. J.i' a ' t ci sxms i it k-. : w a:-t.A 1.4 i w. : 1a1 n ' -n -M i ' - ; VAt "r J-t v in Tif -r XM4 : Mt .m. if ,u? u w rjvJtm I, in -iw? e am ' r . . ' : ''! Ub. M JA jtBSJ WIS Ml t to: ."r.-i -fax i -u. -. 'i it- v ' - . --u i i-'i:-3o sw. r -ia 5- v. n-; t vWr. ?4- 4T ty - t M Mae M M v jwi rt(r an Sf 'vr.ji'i . i ;i w . TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY mowers at u v ft jfccLcsrr LT7tr -r- r uix jit r. - J East Third MARTI XLS TU. , . I dSt ! : - K.-,r-n Aar-iy u Lav :i ; - :iiz:5 - ...

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. — 17 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 wanders. The World Qetl the Ad vertising) Because ItAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Storv of the Circulation. BANK OF COMMERCE TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, At the Close of liueineae November 12, 1906. HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED 800 men to feed at LSfl a meal, Lodging- tjfir and Mfl per week. BindwiefaSci beii in town fur t he money. 220 1-2 But s. First itreet. 10-24 12t- WANTED- Farm band. niul slciiily work for Rood Good pay man. Ad dress box 447 or call two miles cast ami one smith of ccmcicrv. 11-13-et- .1. I'. MoLANE, BUSINESS CHANCES FOB BALE A retail business for 11,800 that nada $2,.r.0() dear tbil year. Must sell on account of bcins Lntereated in a manufacturing buii naai which require! all of my time ...

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. — 17 November 1906

paul crowell HEARST WANTS MIERM) FROM SmpSS 10 FORGET n LAKES TO OL LF 1 mmm bbb uH ; -sia is -an -c7 t i ..Nt " Urn L' " rl lr-vi4 J-rvi'i ' Zi Ti.i . : ataj, i i.-. a., j : . :.-. ; 7:-i j OrtiJ.wf v. . Viae Zt Zss. 2j JCinejVia i-'JUerrmirru ZsrtL.: : vsvaA 7:i- --ax.u Ljmo orf Paasfaj ; 2.1:12 ?. .rz .rr.i . tAJTrz.s. DEH0CK4TS UUED HIM fffOH glUM TO Ml"- vi Vit Htx-v. tula f ? . THE RUSH IS ON Me O u s tor : VJ0A4 st 220 S Tr rd Sl Eat ta Slaar.. Lv t (TMf 50c 50c 50c 50c a.!.', yr v 1 ' 1 y". at V". v. . .4 .' -. va ' : . f ' -. :.-ju v. wi . v ' Ji. v -,- v. v? u it-ic-a. . ; ' yta aa at 4toxst tfeat eaa ami srxS Itrffvrn 1 . ' itftjyvt v. i. r1 tv. . 1 1 r -'' 1 Ai . iv. 1 v ' . ' :' .. -. .tv i-. v. vi 1 : ' '- 1 vi: t - v. (., 1 .' ' rr r" .1- . !;7K BPWT.'f MAU.'AOZ Aru..-. i cru(ifii IUIIUU BOARD BLVS READERS U.. K HhlliJ 101 ntESlKNT SEES WQRhS Tr:r bbmob ii here nowyes. we may say THE RUSH IS NO for winter gooes. We have been very busy for some time almost too busy to ...

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. — 18 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLr, VOLUME II, NUMBER f4 i U TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, 8UNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1906. HINULE COPIES FIVE CENTS This is Practically the Closing Day of the Great Methodist Conference. Special Services Will Be Held in All the Churches, Conducted by Prominent Members of the Conference DOCTORS HOPEFUL CONDITION OF BISHOP TIQERT STILL PRECARIOUS. SON IS AT HIS BED-SIDE Dr. H. M. Tigert Arrived Yesterday and Is Assisting Dr. Clinton In Treatment of Distinguished Patient The Illness of Bishop Saddens the Conference. The condition of Bishop John J. Tigert 's health remains preearious. His son, Dr. ll. m. Tigert, arrived yesterday morning from Nashville, and is remaining at his father's side very moment. Both Dr. Tigert and Dr. Clinton are hopeful of the out coino, but intimate that the great churchman is still in grave danger. Ikshop Tigwt's wife is expected to arrve at any time. Hiss illness may extend over a long period of time. The serious illness of its chief has cast 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. — 18 November 1906

1 TU IVMA B.ULT WOUD SVXDAT MOUTCNa. NOVEMBER It, IK. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN ty jr.;ny, lew -te .fiaUrast, sja to -. it, ja C. D. COGGESHALL & CO. PHONES 0tei 1'-. Etciti: 442 offices Etr :.' tie Fa.-mM XiU : la. Btik its a kf hi T:e c ..- . :l is i . Mtioa br mads par- x 1 2 li : st-.a o: east are Mu; o.ai-nd l the (.arts today Hm minister basfigaaAilj denies his ' mestai Trsmncry 1 oul 0 mm aad PAUL CROWELL Clairvoyant and Palmist After tie Grafters. Barn Bobber Active Otveo SurtLag Proof of Hu MA.Ttioui Power. Lcn.cana State F.: Sttrtvtport, La. Nor 17 Tkw first Marocu n ELrsa S 17. -Oa Mmi wine nails M - Kiw-r. ia Tkis Strange and Wonderful Mu U :-. uH : Oradnally but Barely hnu - .fii.i.- f Skepticism Mo., a short dis- Or darned to Do Watt He Does. Hi r.i:ctot ti Til 1 u entirely . Mt other sure Tit bank of I at tiftv tbou- MTtlMM Achievement Deson- rtrated It Your Presence While Ton Look Laws and Wonder ! Pe rmancr.tl l.cated at 220 S. Third St., East Chtaago, NVv. 17...

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