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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 18 November 1906

TMI TtTUU DAILY W9XU& 8UKDAT H0RK1K0, NOVEMBER IS, 1906. i i Some Coming Attractions at The Grand II. u tl flH Ki. L. 9 ! Ill I mJ IX ,, I i ym. i. i ma g mgr jbim bb. v a h i aaw in mmmu m m hush m hi ,m v v 1 t i , milf 5Tifer'J ulw i5r , WWhSli7 1 HlHtAil," 'PraS S f flVl I "N(ur "V invariable r H IV Zdrjr (7! ill 1 1 o PERSONALS Gray Carrol in enjoying a hunt. J. M. l'rico is hero from St. Lot! .-. L. T. Bit) WO i here from Albany, Mo. F. K. Gates is l.ero from Boring (ivld. T. A. Steiner, of New York, is in Tulsa. P. Gates, of Springfield, is at the Aloora. It. T. Mayo, of Oklahoma City, is in the city. G. S. Livingston, of Wichita, is al the Brady. A. K. Moiuiell, of Muskogee, is at the Hraily. E. S. Uandall was here from Sapul pi Friday. W. M. Hlair, of Claremorc, is visit ing in Tulsa. K. V. Williams, of Boston, is a vis itor in Tulsa. J, W. Swart,, of Chelsea, is visit ing in the city. J. A. I Infer, of Kansas City, is at the New State. J, T. Miles, of Joplin, is regist...

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. — 18 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 18, 1906. " Tulsa Daily Aorld '' " M t 1,1 Mnstutioai eooveation. ht, Long as on ah la to nnderstand hv Tuktt, which own J. . BRADY lidltor and Owner Office in Sraman Huildintf, Third Street, Telephone Ni. 356 Entered in tin Tulsa l'ostofliec af second elsxs matter. TERMS i' SUBSCRIPTION, Daily- by Mail. Oue Year .ROD Six Months 8.00 Three Months 1-0" Daily- by Carrier. One Year $4.80 Six Munllis 8.40 Theree Mouth 1.20 One Month 48 IT'S UP TO THE DEMOCRATS. Tuesday morning at Guthrie, the convention which hull make ih nstitution under which Oklahoma ii to be governed in the inline, will be fonnally opened. Tin' democratic party haa a hundred delegate onl of a hundred and twelve. Consequential the demoeratio party eli. ill write the constitution. Willi a majority m over- vhelming, it mtul answer tor everything m at the i on Ten! ion, and enn plead no extenuation tor any of it BCta. Tin' republicans in the convention will he in such remot...

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. — 18 November 1906

A Notable Event JANE KENNARK - A Notable Event B hi In Clyde hitch's Masterpiece 8 8 55 w v v JF iiy 1 1 v AT THE GRAND oooooooooooooooooo "THE TOAST TO WN Viola Allen's Success. NOV. 19 ? etVfci 3 40 PeopleGreat Cast, lncluding--40 People Carl Anthony, Lilla Vane and Others. OOOCOCOOCXXOOCOCOOOOOOOO pgjn ef au Mi 1 i et . M la $ Prices 25, 50, 75c, $1 and $1.50. Seats on Sale Now at Shackle's Drug Store S Donnelly & Hatfield's Great Minstrels Personlal Direction of A. L. G. Fields. That Tells the Story. No Equal. Nov. 20 1 TO BOtOgOiOiOtOtOeXJeOtOiCtOtOt tOtOtOtOtOaOtOtOtOtOtOtOtO eeDeX)eX)eK)eX)eX)ex)eX)eX)eX3e ( enev nmn00rWH OO0OOOOOO00O0 uj to rxxxxxxxooooooooooc 00000c 000000000000000 000000000000 The Lew Fields Theatre Company Production of the Musical Extravaganza n 5.i 1 i.i III 33 X Book and Lyrics by glen Mcdonough ooocooococooocooocoocooooocococxxoxxoooooooooooo cocoocooooocxxocoocooooooocoocoooaocooocooooocooo IT HAPPENED IN NORDLAND C)OCXXXXXCOOCOCCOOCCOCOOOCOOCOCO...

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. — 18 November 1906

TTUU aJLT W buk'dat Moairoro. woraruB it, iim. IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSBPHINB OKAY ) SOCIAL CALENDAR. Mm,,, lav, N..v. IS. Woman's elab meete in afternoon. Tuesday, Nov. SO- Book club BMtl Hi afternoon. Wednesday, Not. 21- Phi Alpha club UMti with Miss Ai J 1:1 nl let noon. Mi-- J. II. McBirney nnd Uie Mints MeBirney j,rive reception at Ul( bomi if the former in tin' afternoon, Owl Club danoea in Frater nal bull in the evening. Thursday, Mo?. 22. Aid so oietioo of verioua churches nice t . Friday, Nov. 23, Parsifal at Grand in thi evening, Homo aiieieon Society of M. E, ohureb Booth in the after noon. Reception given by M. K. aboreh people to Rer. Hart and family in the evening, Batnrday, Nov. 34 Hyeahka clnb Diaeta in Fraternal ball in tbt afternoon. Shore Winds. Follow na into the rainal To whera the sands lie white And the marshes are choked wilh the targe And the mIi ires and the inlet- mere A the day is diaaoTled In tha night Stnmcc nre the sunirs we sinj; yolll Bonga of t...

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. — 18 November 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 18, 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 Fivt Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad- vertisiiiKjRccauseltAIways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Condensed Financial Statement of the BANK OF COMMERCE TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, At the Cloie iif Business November 12. 1KX. UKSOI'UCKS. J Ixiins and discounts , ,, ,813371.67 , overdrafts :io;i.4i Wkmala 8,86186 ! r'uriitiiiv mill lUtures .... HiMJO 1 Caah and Sight Exchange 73,184.30 HELP WANTED MALE. WAN l'KI 'iljil men In r 1 at 15c a meal. Lodging 65e and B5e per week. Suulwich.re, best in town for the money. 2'JO 1-2 Baal S. First street. 10.a4.12t- WANTKI) Farm han.l. (!ood pay and steady work tor good nan. Ad dress box 447 or call I wo...

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. — 18 November 1906

I THE TULA A DAILT WOULD 8TJNDAT MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1906 DOCTORS HOPEFUL (Continued fnyi page L) Tootball Results Franklin, Pa Pennsylvania, 17, If kililf into full connect ion f " was railed. Robert S. Satterfield, Herman K. Boodgrass, W. V. I' Munsey, Jess Crumpion, JoMpb Parkin, Jan. K. Savage. .ln. D Salter, Eugene A Sample. M C, Dbbs, and Edgar L foinfk baring atisfactorily answer ril the disciplinary questions, were admitted. Question 4"), "Where shall the next Msiotl of the conference be held!" vu called Oklahoma City an. I Ard more Vre nominated. Oklahoma City wa chosen. The tHHIWlitttl 'n public worship made announcements for last night anil today a follow: Missionary Anniversaray la! night ; today. Question one wan resumed. Her bert C, Oulledge, Klim MeCurtain. Lincoln M. I'chomer, (iriggs Durant ami S'nah G. Gregory, being duly HWIIIIIIIlUll and having passed ap- proved ivaniDatiooi were admitted n trial. Conunittac on Tetnparnoas made re rfirt No 1. wbirh M adopted. 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. — 20 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME II, NUMBER 55 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY MO UN 1 Nil, NOVEMBER 80, 1908. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS At 10 O'clock This Morning the Final Proceedings Will Commence Which , ill Put Greater Oklahoma on a Basis With the Other States of the Union, and Add the Forty-sixth Star to Old Glory COMMITTEE'S HERESY CHARGE AGAINST DR. WINSTON REJECTED BY CONFERENCE SENSATION MARKS CLOSE OF METHODIST CONFERENCE LIST OF APPOINTMENTS Rev. Ball Retained at Tulsa Aftei Urgent Request by Congregation. Proceedings of Closing Day. Sensationalism marked the close of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, conference, when Dr. Q. B. Winton, editor of the Nashville, Tenn.' Christian Advnoate, the official paper of the church, was attacked by the committee on bonks and periodi cals, and charged with the advance ment of doctrines inimical to the church, in other words heretical. In referring to the Nashville Chris tian Advocate, the heartiest co-operation of the conference in the 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. — 20 November 1906

1 lilt lifttt Vl I COAL BAkONS AFTER THE SCALPS OF THt SMALL DEALERS Wilburton, I. T, Nov. IS -The man dutc lias been handed down tin1 line by lilt' OOa) billons of liie coil sect in,; of Indian Territory to pal thi imall nnerkl ncrchundise dealer out of 1 hi -.mess. Some tima since the aoal companies operating in and around Wilburton notified their employes that an cm-j j love who diil not purchase bis cloth-j iiu ii I lie company store would liavo lo I t u ehtewbere Cor work. At that line I lie eoiiipanv store prices were '.ill I I .'ill para cent above llie regular prices, The men in a number of BMoa die regarded thi'- order and tboaa who were no) caught up with and dis charged hove bean ootified that the mining companiai expect their buai noai and would tolerate no ontaide trading. This order effects about .")(),. Will men in the mining belt and also a number of merchants in and around Wiliuirion, Aldart0D Howe, Bugbei and other points. Finding that the men still in a omewhtl re...

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. — 20 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORXD TUESDAY MOBOTXG, NOVEMBER 20. 1906. , w , . , j J I IN THE GREAT SACRED FESTIVAL DRAMA "PARSIFAL" AT THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE, TULSA, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23

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. — 20 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1906. TULSA DAILY WORLD Published by WORLD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Office in Seaman Pudding, Third Street, Telephone No. .X66 Entered in the Tulsa Postofllcr us second elase matter. oi..;.L?ai1 TKKMS OK SUHSCKI1TION. Daily-by Mail. One Year W.on BU Months -00 Three Month-. ' I-00 Daily by Carrier. One Year tn Mentha W Ihtiree Months 1 On Month 4'' WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH OKLAHOMA Today ne hundred democrats and twelve rtpnblie ana from tha two territorial irU assemble al Guthrie for the parpota if drafting i eonatitution arhkh shall be the baaii oi government of the neu itate of Oklahoma. Within the Bonflaaa of tha two territorial whiot -hall comprise t la new state la to bi found tba praataat vari ety of reeonreei known to Datura, Than la acaroaly an article iif I atieh aannol ba found he re in abundance, Mineral ot all kinds abound hen In profundity. Cropi of eveiv variety Brow unfailingly, Beneath tha earth await riekaa untold, and above ...

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. — 20 November 1906

TULEA DAILY WORLD TUE8DAY MORNINO, NOVEMBER 20, 1906. I MONEY TO LOAN . . ioioioioioioioi n Sl mnanarmf.s y MONEY TO LOAN ft Looii, foejoejoex UL ULI U Rl L' m I I I .... 1 ... 1 & I n rLnounHLO g l"" wc;pn in hi rwwnusaa mi business. I T . w N. B ooooooo We hav us, e money to loan on desira I, ,ity property, low rata of inter-t, tin,, to C. D. COGGESHALL &, CO. OIllC.-H PH0NE8: 136. Residence ornoES Rear of the Fanners National Bank .. 442 IN THE WORLD OF Society ( JOSI-PHINt: OKAY A Girl. Is then anything in all this world 10 MUOy Iind sii swci l As a g irlf Slif panel down life'i pathway with joyous dancing teal liM a girl. Slic is laughing ot she's crying; She is mournful, she is gay; She is smiling, she is sighing, Hut she's uniting Bui she's oharming) anyway. She's a girl. I)iil vnii ever see u creature so tickle vet su fair, As u irlf Were your hearitringi ever tanglad in tome threads of softest hair On a girlt She is graeioua she is haughty; She is kind- she turns aw...

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. — 20 November 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1904. News of the Oil World WHAT IS OATAKKH" Dan Weitern Pircnn 32 gravity unit above $9i HI 1 j l,i h gravity 3G 81 to 81tt gravity 88c 30' a (. 31 grnvity 30r 30 tO 30 gravity 27e Tiiol oil 2fle Eastern Prices. l'i'llMH!'Hlliu HM BMond Mud Time lW Bkhland 1-78 Cerning 1.10 New Castle lSfl Cabal! Ull Casey, III M North Lima 80 South Lima M Indiana M Prinoeton M Somerset 88 Ragland 68 Coraioana light 89 Corsieana heavy f0 Cunudiun 1.30 lotmanl pool, It Ni'i rum and ilol from Nov, 1 to Nov. I I, hot! Buns .... Daliveriaa i dates Inclusive . Total Daily Barrel Average 885,102.23 03,226.87 r05.261.68 60,376.18 Put Into Tankage 179,910.55 L360.76 The lleClnany well, l L6 18, three nml a half mill's north of (founds, lias ree timed drilling. The Avery ''ii company's No. i on tlic Perry allotment, 89748, came in for T.'i barrala a day. Tlu l'arsona Crude "il eompany'a No. 2 on tlic John SeeondUne allotment in a .in barreler, Prank Wfer lias ...

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. — 20 November 1906

THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 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 (iets the Ad vertising) Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. HELP WANTED MALE. PALACE MARKET All kind tit' tresh mill cured meats, tlsh, oyster iiinl puue in ni'iishii. Al- i ull kinda of itimfi. All onion delivered i i ! i BEN BAER, Prop. I 'hone HIT, North Main street. Eagle Hotel I Best Place to Eat Best Service Best Rooms FOR THE MONEY. WANTED 600 man to f I at 15c a meal. I.odjiii;,' ('i.",c ami Hoe per week. SandwichSc, beil In town for tha money. 220 1-2 Boat S. First street, 111-21-1 2U BLACKSMT1I WANTED To go to Jenka when' simp and tools are ready. Plant) of ivork, no competition! line op...

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. — 20 November 1906

TULSA DAJLT WORLD TUESDAY MORN1NO NOVEMBEB 20, 1906 HUMILIATION FOR LOCAL CROKER CARL DOESN'T LIKE TO TALK OF N AHIi INCIDENT MOKE POLICE TROUBLES Latent Decimation of "the Finost" Not Up to Cruel Authority Nothing Hoard of Nash. Since ln-t Thursday tba where about nf Robert Nash, n seemly youth wIki iliil some tall Itunti toi Carl Campbell, Hm looal Croker, ami fur irhon Baap Chiaf Mitchell of the town pow-wo did create in iffloa viz., Lieutenanl of Police, bava bwn unknown, tin that data, ha laid uide the avidanaa of hi offloa and lUtad llial Ik' was going (" NiijhiIjhi. lie a- in bavi raturnad mi tha af ternoon (rain. ll is ill In speak disrespect I ally of an nli.M'iil mil', li'-ncc tin inliinatlona of hi brotnei offloan regarding Nnsli 's personal c'liiiriiKi1 arc nut In be nantio I, However, Carl Camp ball ibowi a diapoaltion to change tln subject whim approached in n nrd i" tba Incident, JOHN O'BRIEN DIES AT NOW ATA PROMINENT OILMAN SUCCUMBS SUDDENLY WELL KNOWN IN TULSA Gener...

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. — 7 August 1910

f you Fail to get your WORLD promptly Phone 1090 1 Mil 1 M. . M Mill U II u I v It '2711. "' ir nr ir cci a A O J&JVTJVG A iia Ot 3 f you Fail to get your WORLD Promptly Phone 1690 THE ONLY PAPER IN THE MID CONTINENT OIL, OAS AND COM, BELT WITH MINING ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT, I I IH., (ll VIH'M , 'I MiU, M .l I im;p ; mm: ckntk McGuire Accuses Gore of Duplicity M III 1(11 Y s i. Ill I ) ( OMI.S IVIo (,il I iS CURTIS. SAW PRfSIDENT Talked Wuii Hhcriuan Was "Meildliii"," 'Inn Much Til McAkntar Montlay, RMC In lha V. 'llil. Muslim;... lllllll., A UK. fl. A it u III hmh Ki'iiiiinr core's charactor ecvoroly flayed si the special hearing, this llmi b Congressman Bird B. McUuIrs "i Oklahoma, who wh called on the witneos stand this afternoon. Congrsssmau MoQuIre alleged thiit the senator wan no! playing (air with' tbti i" plo "i Kingfisher, Uuthrle and I'lii. u -1 1 Jhsi iniiir I i 1 1 1 lima In' made lb sensational charges in (ho Senate, which jnvolved the witness.! The witness ntuted ...

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. — 7 August 1910

T)F. TWO. TCWA DAfM WORLD, h MOIlYINfl M'fiPST IIHU MORE RAILS TO BE LAID SOON First County Fair Promising at Present TVhh. KTIII I I M i; mi v w I I It i:i i.l 1 1 NEW LINE ON FRISCO I iionllmi will Ninn iii Twelfth it I Mil Time, llui tin) Be Tulten llllii r-l I nl-. i a v k from i' gtresl Ftsllwm 0 construction ivnrk from We fifth PrUco i" Twelfth norrms iho Tulsu mpa us w III I" r l m n ;i line oxientllns Btreot soulh "ii treet, iivon I'll" ki ilia kmhii'hi persons in i in nrp the hurt mnklnii imnii tnti u( ri fj ii twantj ihousnud of twu till hum mill hi in duutli hi ths in nil Thll ill miii i K the i ml of the lull ih.it hui n erhuni In tl uooitrurtlon in lei dm Inn ihi im HUT IIIMItllH. fot the preselil Ihe line i Men Ion service "HI ntni ni Twelfth street, Iml II In wihI In In- on!) .1 quest il tl before either the HYIscn nxliiwlnn the Wait dfth sin i line o( ihe oompltt) ill be taken Into Weel Till it, whirii Im expected to be lite lohi init Industrial city, The extenil I 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. — 7 August 1910

mA n.n4T wontn. fcrxnn mohmna u'ttrw nun PAOE THR1 I . Society - JOSEPHINE GRAY Hours: 7 p. in. to In p. m. i OltMAL JCp im ORMAU The betroJial or -Ml1 Betty BUoh iih the liiHpjrgtlon for mlacolian howai froth tin1 Duodeclin Puellue clnli. Woilnemluy nfieri ii when Mlaa Kin Thompson o( South CJuthrl waa hoiteae, Tin' afternoon wu nenl In form iii;. on tha porch until live o'elooV when the guatti won atkod Into tha .I ninn room) m tho i 1-1 i - -1 . i, place truro piled the Kirn, each n tokan hi lova and ettaoro, A delight tni mniracr diy luncheon ivai lorved niter the be i wHghoi wui (tended, Tha groom eloci Ii Mr, Chamberlain il BapUlpa HO'' "Ii- r I Imij will lie mil' iii tin- wvrly autumn onee, The I i i ni thj aftomoon were Mleeee I'liHi hit icNioho1-, ki I'i'iii'i: Vunva, i.Miirn Latham, Edna Mcn-.'ew, Lathi Roee, Butfa Norton, Betty Black, ana Mir hoireti Thla will ! tha laat meeting until autumn, a clever and complete iurprtt wni planned on Mra. W. H. Qregg Wednea 4ay evening...

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. — 7 August 1910

PAW rorn. TIILBA DAILY WORLD, M STtAX MdKMVri. liVOVn nun. TULSA DAILY WORLD Wl'KI II IIIIII.IHNO .TUI.HA. OKl.AI'uMA I'lil.lialinl by Wdlll.U l i III 111 Mi COMPANY. Titipsaan, (im.i. No. looo Idltonal HMBI " Circulation Papainnm! "'" w 1111 I t'llll'W.K 1. 1 I U K ISO Ml. Iimal, Amnio I Hiirtin M Hi. MunuKi-r. 1 1 NRW VuliK hi PIOI Branawirk hi.tx . Htm rori lliin.lli.l A Bilabial tm.i.a ii. II.. Tulu l'i fli' ll Hominl Plan Mttur, 1IMMM UK M ll 'ill'. ION Daily hy Mail (Mtn.lly lu Aa.liw.m) T, NJJ E kmui ; Tliraa Mouth! "u Dally By OtrrlM ll TslSI r w- 10 POIUIBBB'I 'IA i KatlNT, TUB TMI.HA WOULD ACCEPTS ADVKKTIHINtJ on HIK il'AKAMK 1IIAT TIIKI HAVK THgBB TIMBg Till PAID OmOUtATION OK ALL iiliilii HAII.1 I'A I'r.ltH IN Hi. -.A COAIIIINKD, AND Wh'l.l. WHIT! II IN KOUH in. HUM Stitaiu'tit I Cm 'illation (in thl M.miIIi 01 MR IOIOi H.IIH7 Mil i M.m.iIii) ) H,IU H.II87 1,010 H.III4 7, May 7,fil i .M.iii.liiy ) 7.HHI) 7,014 7,(i;ni 7,HWIl , , . 7.H1IH H.114'1 Total Riatb-st i.f papers...

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. — 7 August 1910

.4 A i , Tt'lnSA DAIl.iT WilKlif). II M'W MOItMNU, ICGUST T, III Id. "if - - ekflm rrtm. i il ROOMS I l HMslll li. ! ntm . . ...H !"-- ' -Hi-. mu.iimi. i lis. hi u. ivrin in ti .......... I ...... ' .11.. i . r. .1.. in i I is. I . mm I RAWS lr n word h lum under All rlaill firaiioaii -beginning ASg, li Ui'r Hlllnlli'sl aimoinl n-tpled. Your indit il good if ,iuu uvn a lr I BJUiOBS, All out ol lewg adi mini lie ihh with order Km RBNT WHBM vol; 0VM Okie. I In' Nlnwla fraSBtll Uu l in y una tin mtssl usprvvid uniting inifc, iuiuu trusks ml cainul uini. Ian pkoea iln, or udi.ii All. 4 .XOllll alalll 1 ll.il,', rinauiiable. POR RBNT TWO N1UKL1 kiumshi.ii lioia luouia lor liiit iH.iiM ki i'ihii-, uini I modern mm uarati location , n.,,,', m... , hi imi ii south Cincinnati. pob iai.e s i. mi. in itomq aho i rou ildinw I at clad; mm rn.ni lot good location . , too, mi) i. nai ilta other gotf bargBina c i. Navies, h,u g h,,. Inn BMg PaoSS 1114 AGBNTB. AOCNTt NEW IKVKNTIOHi PORTA Mr I'll Hi ...

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. — 7 August 1910

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