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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 May 1906

cooooooooooo oooooooooooc Tulsa Daily World. JOB PRINTING C JOB PRINTING 3 C C 0 A8 TOU LIKE XT. 0 0 AS YOU LIKE IT. 0 0 0 oooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOC TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY, WKDSF.SDAY. MAY 2, P'Oii. VOL. I. NO. 187 The Evening Knocker. Not Content With Knocking on Tulsa, Now Gets Out Its Hammer on the World. The World Wags on. "Shoo, Fly; Don't BotherMe" TULSA LOST FIRST GAME EY SCORE OF 9 TO 5 MUSKOGEE WON OUT. Topeka, loin. Ottawa, ami oilier points, liavi' hem given similar leave of absence, anl are making t lie same I kind )' a campaign. KNIGHTS AID SUFFERERS. A POORLY P1AYED GAME The Fait that It Was Opening Game Seemed to Rattle the Boys A Good Crowd Out. Donate Stun for the Relief of San Francisco People. The Kn'uhts of Columbus, in spe cial session, voted unanimously to aid I he San Francisco sufferers, (rami Knight Daly lias forwarded tin1 mon ey to the To)ieka headquarters ami the donation will lie immediately for wa: ded.. together with liberal dona ti ins from other K. ...

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

TULSA DAILY Woi.i.i. WKUSKSUAV. MAV -'. !:-. 1 RATE ME ; xjooOCXOCXOOOCTOOOCO i i IS IN SIGHT Spring Styles SENATE AGREES TO TAKE UP a urvnurvTc vtvt rprniv Owen's Addition It is only four to eight blocks west of Main street, extending from Grand View through to Brady Heights. It includes most of the old Owen home orchard and vineyard, the show grounds, and both sides of Frisco avenue north of the Katy track. Every lot here is high and smooth, overlooking the city, making splendid residence property at prices so reasonable that all can afford to buy. The streets and alleys are plainly marked, thestreets being sixty and alleys fifteen feet wide. Every full lot is fifty feet front by 135 feet deep t alley. The price of these lots on West Third, Fourth and Fifth streets is $2 to $1 per front foot; on West First, Second and Third streets north, $3 to $6 per front foot; and north of Katy track $3 to $5 per front foot. At this low price it is cheaper to buy and build than continue paying ...

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. — 2 May 1906

ir ir.JSA DAILY W0ltU. Wi:iNKSIAY, MAY J, l!Hui. l t i The Arkansas MIDLAND VALLEY RAILWAY The new route offers the shortest route to Little Rock, Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta, New Orleans and all points East and Southeast reached via the Memphis gateway. WEEK ENDING EXCURSIONS Corrmtncing April 14 and continuing each Saturday nnd Sunday unt.l September 1 we will sell excursion tickets at one first-class fare plus 25c for the round trip to all points where the one-way rate is not over $1.55. Minimum selling rate, 25c. No reduction for children and tickets to be sold on Saturday and Sunday limit to Monday after date of sale. Excursion rate Tulsa to Muskogee, round trip l.0 Excursion rate Tulsa to Pawhuska, round trip $1.75 Excursion rate Tulsa to HaBkell, round trip $I.J5 Excursion rate Tulsa to Bixby round trip 85 Excursion rate Tulsa to Skiatook, round trip 70 All Midland Valley trains make direct connections at Muscogee w ith all M. K. & T. trains north and s uth. Make direct ...

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

TULSA liAII.V v-' V.'i:!'SllAV. MAY '2. VMM. Tin: Tulsa Daily World J. U. BIMDY I.'ditor and Owner TERMS OF SUHSCRIPTION. lUily, except Sunday, one woek, by carrier $ .10 Daily, one month. Iiy carrier 40 Daily, ono year, by mail U.oo Odicu in Seaman KuiMing, Third Street, Ttdephotm No. Entered in thu Tulna Postollice ax second cLms matter. W'KDN'KSDAY, MAY litoii. THE NEWSPAPER CLAN. ( hie i I' I lii- li I l mi I lie : i mini', u . Mill t I'd, i lilt' lll'VV xiiljilT Mi.111, who i i- n ;iil:ihlc, hi- il,ihl iimlcr ;i h i ;l J I i'l Si'MIC kind millet' I I H most .1 I'.l "I il lieu uV. u Is if liu i'l lll'l' i;il .-mil Itriii'j "Ml ;i rUvniil-llllirr-, lllll mil i Millies Willi ll,Millii' : 1 1 1 i lliriMIi.lllii'i uilll ,l till' lil'tt.s oIllilillllMc. I 'iilllllllTi'illl IHl'h'l llsMTl llllll Ihev r;in 1 1 1 ; 1 1 . i :iii melinite c-I.iii:iIi- of , l.ovii or eilv's JHHrliasin jmumt l II iililhcc i V cr 1 1 new M 1 ici s HI- li.Micd iii ilir I ; . - . ami lli.il tin' Iim I,s nl a 1...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 May 1906

WMHI.H. NVKDXF.SHAV. MAY -. IMi. P l 0 0 ) C Holland & VVinterringcr GENERAL MERCHANDISE Main Street Between First and Second Phone 117 Special For Wednesday We can show you that we in the way 01 20 pounds best A A granulat'd sugar T'1 . z cans in ne Peaches 1 gallon can of 25c 30c ne reaches ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc Pure Food Market and Grocery C. C.aSIGLER, Proprietor Phone 84. All telephone Calls Answered Promptly. 108 East Second Street. T. D. LEE MODEL STEAM LAUNDRY Lee & Risinger, Prop's. West South 1st St. Phone Refrigerators We will sell them at a Discount of 10 Per Cent For the next week; the best in town for the money. A new and complete stock just received. Tulsa Hardware Co. West Second Street IM MMMMIMMIMWMX OOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Low Rate Frisco Excursions HOT SI'KINtiS, AUK flO.ii:. round trip. Sell May 7lli to ))tli. Return limit May 11th. OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T $4.S(l round trip. Sell May 7th to lltli. Keturn limit, May 10th. KANSAS CIT...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 May 1906

T!.A I'All.Y WOKU) WKI'NKSHAV, MAY 2. VMM. TULSA PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MARTIN & RICE. Al1(nrieynul la Suit 8, Alexander building, Tulaa, Indian Territory L. M. POE, Attorney at Law. Hlakey Bldg. .... W. I). A 1.1". it 'I ulna, Ind. Ter. i H .1. Y. Y It'.. id ABBOTT & W 0 0 D T 0 R D, Lawyers. hlackwrn i'.rn.iiiN;. H. W. Randolph Jno. A. Haver RANDOLPH & HAVER. Lawyers Oppowte Pontoffiee Tulaa, Ind. Ter. Steele Building D. L. SLEEPER. Attorney at Law Real Estate and Oil Leawes liought , and Hold. IuIhu, I. 1. D ELBERT W. MEIER, Lawyer. Room 4, Halff Building. Opposite City National Bank. ABY & TUCKER Lawyers Suite 2. Alexander Building Tulaa, I. T. W. J. GREGG, Attorney at Law Suite 6, Alexander Bldg. H. J. COLLINS. Lawyer Office in Kelman Bldg. Notary in Office. Tulsa, I. T. N. J. GUBSER. Lawyer Office over City Nat. Bank, Tulsa, I. T. 0. P. JONES. Attorney and Counsclor-at Law. Uosctifield Pudding, Tulsa. 1. T. TALLEY & HARNAGE. Attorneyt. Land and Corp...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 May 1906

& --, 1 - .: f.wit ..flv ITI..W DULY WORLD WEDNESDAY, MAV -. 1 WORLD VJAMT DEPARTMENT 'THE WANTS OF THE The WOIU D Want Department 14 the World' Bargain C.mnU-r-U.-Uer result ara offered hem for the money than in iny other ptt-r the two' Territory. With one exception, the WOULD print more Want Ad than n other I'aner in the Two Terrilori. ONE CENT A WORD FOR A WEEK Twenty-five wonW-onWk-2Gc-Kifty wonU-oiw week-SOc-Seventy-five word-one week-7!-One hundred w.ir4-on w.-ek -fl Advertise your Real Estate, your Uminean chancea-your WanU in Kvery Purlicular-Quick action guaranteed on World Want Ads. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AT THIS LOW RATE IS A BARGAIN INDEED FOR SALE. For Sale See J no! Williams Co.. for homesites in t lit newest, nearest in. prettiest ami lest addition to Tul sa -the Owens addition. Lots to $(i per tool, duel Williams Co., HallT buihlinu. 44-:;0-iit For Sale Cheap and brooder. S. A J4H eu;a i n-n !:i t 1 1 Ilackctt. liox -"i1"'. .VI -IH For Sale New 2 room house, clos...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 May 1906

V,hA IiaII.V WOULD. VF.I'XrlAV. MAY 2, WM. ! t i HIP' HMMIMIMHINMMW HNMHHIIIHMI(NHMIMH(NHItMNII r Pp-to-Dafi and Reliable (0 IB AT THE TOLER. : The World Press has just completed a Creek Oil Lease containing all the latest provisions and embodying all decisions of the Secretary of the Interior relating to oil leases up to this date. This is the only oil lease revised up to date in the Terri tory. The oil leases are now in stock and for sale in any quantity. World Pro ( Wichita Eagle Speaks Well of the I Honolulu Minstrels. I W. ,). McNeil's Honolulu Minstrels I mi the liill l;iM nivht nt tin Tohr, witiiCM-rd by 11 laruc Jillil well pleased I ii.xlicnce. It u u a '.'cnuine perform I ii !- of I ii klow n minstrelsy, ami was I Voiy cleeiy put on, fill' cnltipany is 1 .1 lii-li class oi'.'iini.ittioii, and is eoin lM M i of il f-int-'i-i , comedians and j i!aricci. AtimiiL' (lie iiilcrcstiuv' iiuin ioi i. were I lie pluntat ion ehorus, French (piaiti'tlc, llilile ipiarlettc llllil , 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. — 3 May 1906

oooooooooooo Tulsa Daily World. JOB PRINTING AS YOU LIKE IT. oooooooooooo VOL. I. NO. 1SS TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY' TIH'RSMAY, MAY it, l!fi FIVE CENTS I'KR C()'Y. Apropos of Special Correspondence, It Might Be Said That a Washington Bureau Is Vet Innocent of Itemized Losses by Oil Fires That Do Not Occur oooooooooooo o o 0 JOB PRINTING 0 O 0 0 AB TOU LIKE XT. 0 0 0 oooooooooooo A STEEL PLANT FOR THIS CITY A GUTHRIE MILLIONAIRE WILL BUILD ONE IN TULSA. CHEAP FUEL INDUCEMENT 'Territory Gas Is the Very Thing" He Says Just Returned from Si amese Successful Venture. Sii'cial to the World. Outline, Ok., May 3. Henry Linn, a prominent capitalist nixl promoter of this city, has just returned from a business trip to Siani, where lie went in the interests of n syndicate steel Company, which owns large properties there. Mr. Linn disposed of the pro perty for $1,110(1.0(1(1. For the gigantic deal, he received a commission of .fl 00.0110. Mr. Linn is at the head of a company which proposes tn hui...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 May 1906

V i Tl'I.SA DAILY WOIMJ). TlirKSDAY. MAY 3 lOOrt. r Owen's Addition TiriCTC mi -: IIWLI0 111 I 8 COUNTIES THE SOCIALIST PARTY PREPAR 2: INO TOR SUPREMACY 5 THEY GROW EACH YEAR S Full Tickets Will Be Named in Ok- M 1n1,AH,n T ftl 1 1 T 0 muuuiit, jjiuium, vievuianu, Ddy, Canadian, Blaine, and Dewey. It is only four to eight blocks west of Main street, extending from Grand View through to Brady Heights. It includes most of the old Owen home orchard and vineyard, the show grounds, and both sides of Frisco avenue north of the Katy track. Every lot here is high and smooth, overlooking the city, making splendid residence property at prices so reasonable that all can afford to buy. The streets and alleys are plainly marked, the streets being sixty and alleys fifteen feet wide. Every full lot is fifty feet front by 135 feet deep to alley. The price of these lots on West Third, Fourth and Fifth streets is $2 to1 $4 per front foot; on West First, Second and Third streets north, $3 to $6 per f...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 May 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD, TIU'KSDAY, MAY'S, UMifl. SOME OF THE NEW BEAUTIFUL BUILDINGS OF TULSA The Finest Office Building in the Two Territories-Metropolitan Opera House-The Magnificent New Public School Building A Pictorial Presentation of the Most Rapidly Crowing City in the Entire Southwest l .... - . VJ r .... ; II thon doubled during the coming ' Tulsa Conservatory of Music Faculty Henry D. LeGron Violin and OreheHtral String In strumenta. Graduate Valpiaiso. Indiuna, Conservatory of Music. Loader of Tulsa Grand Opera House Orchestra. nlph L. Wood l'iiino, Reed and Rrass Instru mrniH. Harmony, Composition and Arnimriog. GraduatA VVad' Conservatory. Pianist Grand Opera House Orehestra. yen r. Tulsa's 'climate is ideal, being just ' t'nr enough south to avoid llie liard winters of Illinois and Iowa, ami far J enough iioilh to avoid the heat of Texas, Here in winter man lives' without need of a heavy overcoat, j and stock teed upon the pastures of luxuriant grasses of (lie prist season,...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 May 1906

f Ti:l a and the territories. It is essentially a (criitory produclii n and has been of signal aid in wau'in; the buttle fir slalehiod. Mcspile adverse predii I ions, the inariiy.ine You Are Sure Now We Will Get the GREAT UNCLE SAM REFINERY IIMMMIMIIMMIMMMMIMMIWIHIMMMOMIHIMMIWOIMMMHI But if You Don't Get What J. U, liWADV l-ditor and Owner TKKMS OF SUHSCUIITION. llaily, except Sunday, one week, by carrier $ .1" laily, one month, by carrier 'I1' Ouily, one year, by mail H."" lias outlived the most t iv i uw period and now bids I'airj t" I. ine one of the pel Inn lient hif iimaines of the country. Kditor Sturm has accomplished bin work in u iS incredibly short lime and all assistance possible is due j J im in his stieniioiis effort In improve the literary world j Office in Seaman Huildintf, Third Street, Telephone No. U.Mi F.ntored in the Tulsu I'ostollicu us second class matter. ie territories. 2 :o : TULSA HAS A GOOD BAND. Tut: Tulsa Daily World TIIIKSDAV. MAV .1, llMiti. Try a Tuls...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 May 1906

TL'I.S.V DAILY WOULD, TIH'ISIAV, MAV 'I, 'MH, HOW FAST WILL PROGRESSIVE TULSA CONTINUE TO GO ONWARD IN HER REMARKABLE GROWTH What will Tulsa lief is a question which concerns every person who in interested in this city ami anxious to have it heroine a great commercial iiml industrial renter. Scientists who have studied the subject Kulliciently to form n cor rect opinion of the matter assert that tin; top of the highest mountain is only ciial in altitude, measured by feet, to the lowest point of depression found in the ocean. Stated in another way, the earth's surface is divided into mountain ran ges willi wide valleys between them, through which How the great con tinental rivers. Then hills, with small streams separating them, with here and there Hat plains which stretch a way into the distance until their ed ges,, merge into the blue of the hori zon. If we could lift the cover of water which hides the ocean's bed, it would look exactly like the land sur face of the earth, so famili...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 May 1906

TULSA DAILY WORIJi, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1006. TULSA PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MARTIN & RICE. Attorneysjat I.u-v Suite 3, Alexander building, Tuba, Indian Territory L. M. POE, Attorney-at Law. Wakey HI.Ik. Tul.sa, Ind. Ter. W. It. Abhnlt .1. W. W I ford ABBOTT & WOODFORD, Lawyers. HLACKIU'IiN' M'lLW.Vfi. H. W. Randolph J no. A. Haver RANDOLPH & HAVER. Lawyers Oppooite PoHtnflke Tulsa, Ind. Ter. Steele Building D. L. SLEEPER, , . . ... Attorney at Law" Real Estate and Oil Leases bought and sold. Tulsa, I. T. DELBERT W. MEIER, Lawyer. Room 4, llalff Building Opposite City National Bank. ABY & TUCKER Lawyers Suite 2, AluMiulur Huilding Tulsa, I. T. W. J. GREGG, Attorney at Law Suite 5, Alexander lildg. H. J. COLLINS. Lawyer Otfiee in Kehnan Bldg. Notary in Office. Tulsa, I. T. N. J. OUBSER. Lawyer Office over City Nat. Bank, Tulsa, I. T. 0. P. JONES. Attorney and Counselor-at Law. Itoscntield Building, Tulsa, I. T. TALLEY it HARNAGE. Attorneys. Land and Corporation Law...

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. — 3 May 1906

r TlXSA DAILY WORM), THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1006. WORLD WANT DEPARTMENT "THE WANTS OF THE Tha WORLD Want Department ia tha WorM'i Bargain Counter Better reaulta ara offered hara for tha money than In any other paper tba two Territoriea With ona exception, tha WORLD prlnU mara Want Ada than an other Fa per in tha Two Territoriea, ONE CENT A WORD FOR A WEEK Twenty-live words oneVeek 25c Fifty worda ona week 60c Seventy-five worda-one week 75c Ona hundred worda one week f 1. Advertiaa your Real EaUta, your Buaineaa chancea-your Wanta in Every Particular Quirk action guaranteed on World Want'Adi. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AT THIS LOW RATE IS A BARGAIN INDEED FOE SALE. Tor Sale Soe Joel Williams Co., for linini'siti's in the newest, iieiiiqst in, jrtt iest and hest addition to Tul sa the Owens addition. Lots $2 to $6 per foot. Joel Williams Co., Unlit building 44-:i()-(it For Sale Cheap, 2W exz incubator and brooder. S. A. Uackett, Ho.x r!)(. 5-Ul For Sale New 2 room house, close in, for $1250. T...

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. — 3 May 1906

8 Tl'LKA DAILY WOULD. THl'UKDAY, MAY 3 IflOll, Another Big Cut in Prices at n Ci i n Bui in (7 Our Time is Getting; Short and Our Big- Stock Must be Sold Regardless of Cost. All New and Fresh Seasonabe Clothing", Shoe and Furnishing Goods. OOp For Men's Fine Madras Shirt with white JOc neckband. Our regular 65c Shirts now going at 38c. J9p For Men's Fine Madras and Percale Shirts. l Strictly new. Regular 75c and $1.00 Shirts now 43c. QOr For Men's Fine Coat Shirts with cufI"s at- vt tached and pockets. All our $1.25 and $1:50 Shirts now 90c. JOp For Men's fine French Balbriggan Underwear. The regular 75c value will be offered dur ing this sale for 43c. 0 for Men's fancy bordered hemstitched Handker v. chiefs. The regular 10c goods going at this sale for 3c. jOp for Men's fine four in-hand neckwear. Regu 101 lar 35c Ties, also a large line of string Ties going this sale 18c. 9C for Men's All-Linen Collars: Arrow Brand, Cor liss, Crown. Our regular 15c Collars going this sale for 9c. ...

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. — 4 May 1906

1 i IN Ir oooooooooooo OOOOOOOCCOOO Tulsa Daily World. i v 0 JOB PRINTING 0 0 ' 0 0 A8 YOU LIKE XT. 0 0 JOB PRINTING 0 0 0 C AS YOU LIKE IT. 0 i: 00000 O'O 00000 OOOOOOOOOOOO VOL. I. NO. 189 TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1JW6. FIVE CENTS PER COPY. The Success of the Commercial Club Session Last Night Proves Anew the Old Theory: To Reach a Man's Heart, You Must Travel Via His Aesophagus I 1 '.3 1 ' ( A FEAST OF SOI INTERMINGLED AT COMMERCIAL CLUB MEETING MMTOH M SODA POP BUSINESS ME GET TOGETHER IN A SOCIAL WAY. ( E:g Attendance Drawn by Attraction cf "Good Eatln '8 "Several Speeches of Merit. Feasting, oratory and mimic were the features of the Commercial Club meeting latt riirht The new Commer cial Club band furnished entertain ment, while ediieious eatables and Tul sa made cigars added to the pleasure of the elub members and their guests. The hall was rilled with good things to eat. In the center of the hall and extending the whole length were ta bles, some of which were ...

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. — 4 May 1906

Tn.W DAILY W"!!fJ. FT:irA V. MAY . !'"'. Another Big Cut in Prices at iDDDgl mm Our Time is Getting Short and Our Big: Stock Must be Sold Regardless of All New and Fresh Seasonable Clothing:, Shoe and Furnishing; Goods. Cost. 0O For Men's Fine Madras Shirt with white 001 neckband. Our regular 65c Shirts now going at 38c. For Men's Fine Madras and Percale Shirts. l Strictly new. Regular 75c and $1.00 Shirts now -13c. OOr Fr Men's Fine Coat Shirts with cuffs at yvl tached and pockets. All our $1.25 and $1:50 Shirts now 90c. )p For Men's fine French Balbriggan Underwear. 401 The regular 75c value will be offered dur ing this sale for 43c. 0 for Men's fancy bordered hemstitched Handker chiefs. The regular 10c goods going at this sale for 3c. 0 for Men's fine four-in-hand neckwear. Regu- lar 3oc Ties, also a large line of string Ties going this sale 18c. Qr for Men's All-Linen Collars: Arrow Brand, Cor V liss, Crown. Our regular 15c Collars going this sale for 9c. or for Men's fine Shoes...

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. — 4 May 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD, KKIHAY. MAY 4, IJtflrt. i Owen's Addition It is only four to eight blocks west of Main street, extending from Grand View through to Brady Heights. It includes most of the old Owen home orchard and vineyard, the show grounds, and both sides of Frisco avenue north of the Katy track. Every lot here is high and smooth, overlooking the city, making splendid residence property at prices so reasonable that all can afford to buy. The streets and alleys are plainly marked, the streets being sixty and alleys fifteen feet wide. Every full lot is fifty feet front by 135 feet deep to alley. The price of these lots on West Third, Fourth and Fifth streets is $2 to $4 per front foot; on West First, Second and Third streets north, $3 to $6 per front foot; and north of Katy track $3 to $5 per front foot. At this low price it is cheaper to buy and build than continue paying rent. Perfect title is given warranty deed and full abstract to each purchaser. Tl lys ine i. ther See Platof ...

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. — 4 May 1906

TII.SA DAILY U'HKf.U, I IMHAV, MAV 4, K'0. Tut: Tulsa Daily World bruin ami biml in sleep ihe captured sentinels of can' ami aricf. These leaves me the friends of tin- lircside, ami I heir smoke-like incense risen from myriad of hnppy In nies. Cuba in . Mi,. ,,' . ,. " GORKY'S BIQ MISTAKE. MtIMMIMMMIHHWIWIWMMIMIMWWIMIMMtMWIMHMMWHttMI You Are Sure Now We Will Get the GREAT UNCLE SAM REFINERY MIMMMMMMMHHIIIIIHHMIIIIHMHIIMIIHHMMHMHMiM But if You Don't Get What J. P. lilMDY l-ditor and Owner TERMS OF SUHSCKIITION. Daily, oxc.pt Sunday, one week, by currier... Daily, uii.i month, by carrier Daily, ori year, by mail I .10 .til Ofliee in Seaman Huililinif, Thirl Street, Telephone. No. 3.V5 Kotwcti in the Tuka PuntolRcj second dat matter. Maxim (lorky, (renins, revolutionist, patriot, who came In this country (hat he iniyht help his compatriots in It'usia, is now in virlual hiding from the public lie came I mil. Why? Ilecause when Hie American people found Hint lie was living with a woman w...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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