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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1906. 7 World ONE FOR SALE. Tor Bale Cheap, several iron beds, dressers and wash stands. Address "Furniture," World office. .VL'ti-tit Tor Sale 4-ronm flushed residence Ml-foot miner lot. 8 blocks from the petit office, fenced, well; iHM'U down. $400 and f-'O per month, 8 per eent. Messick, baiiier, Kiist First street. .VJII-Ot FOH NALK A Herrick Kefriger ator, made of solid oak with ti com partments, 15 shelves, 0 feet, ! indies high, ti feet, ti inches wide, and 2 feet, B inches deep; holds'DOO pounds of ice. Almost as good as new. Cost .flH,r); will sell for Impure at eorner of First and Iletroit. STKAWHKRKY PLANTS FOH SALE until June 8, -'') cents per 100, or :t.00 per 1,00(1. Select vari eties. 1(. 1. Klliott, 41H Guthrie, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets, ti-l-tit For Sale Five room house, geod water and gas connections. See Hock finger and ltedgecock, 118 Main st. 5-18-tf For Saie Two 22 Winchester and one 22 Colt's target pun...

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 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1906. IMHWMWHIMIMMMIIMMMMMMMMMIIMIIMMMM It) WILLIAMSON BROTHERS SPECIAL CUT PRICE Sale ! ! V ISIt " MMMMMiMiiiMiMHMIIIMHMMMHIMMMtMMIHMtMMMMtimMtMMttlMttlWmiMMtMMttllllMMMMMIMMMMMMMM : 7- i Ymm BASEBALL NEWS OVER THE UNITED STATES SOUTH CENTRAL LEAGUE. Standing of Team". Mc A lifter .Muskonre Tl'I.SA Toll Sniilli Shaw mt (illlllllo 21 U 7(1(1 17 11 I(i7 Hi 1H .")-! 1,'. l;t l.i i.i -ni t l jo l;w Tulsa Loses at Muskogee. .Mni-koj.-ce, I. T., .hint' 1 ( Special In the World.) In it IH4- charadcr ii'il liy hard hill inn nml errors mi Im.iIi miIi. Tulsa loci I In- lii-t of the .cries to (lie Kctlkin, today. The mm'ii' : II K Mn.-kivi.' 7 1.' .1 Tulsi ' I latteries: 1,'iiti' and Ncl, I'ny and J'ennis. Guthrie's Twenty S.xth Defeat. l'ort Smith, Ark., .lime 1. ( S cial to tin- Wurlil I- (iuthiie narrow ly escaped a shut mil at the hands of ihi' liazorhinU imliiv. The score: it li 1-: litithrie 1 11 1 Hut Smilh " I- - Hattcrics: I'rice ami K...

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 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. PRICE JIVE CENTS. After a Courtship Lasting Over a Decade, Hard Hearted Congress is About to Make Miss Indian Territory a Blushing June Bride. "Barkis is Willin." VOLUME I, NO. 213 STATEHOOD CONFEREES SIGN ON ALL DISPUTED AFFAIRS IT NOW SEEMS CERTAIN UPPER HOUSE ADJOURNS UNTIL MONDAY MORNING. Bailey Held Non-Acceptance by Dem ocrats Unanimous on All Points Affecting These Territories. Washington, June 2. Tub confer tea en the statehod bill at 3 o'clock today signed a rejwrt covering all the points in tliMpnte, but exception was tuken by the Democrats to the agree incut in relation to Arizona and New Mexico. The vote wan unanimous . in regard to all i lie provisions relat ing to the admission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. The exception tak en by Senator Patterson and Repre sentative Moon, managers on (lie part of the minority, indicate that the agreement, may yet encounter shoals in the senate, where 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. — 3 June 1906

1 1 M W V : : SPECIAL CUT PRICE v ISO SLW o J Fit i v WHAT IS DOING IN THE OIL WOULD I i t i l - hi tin- cm I ul i!h ' iih News from the Kansis-Tciritory f "icld 1 he filer n Tool U I'm duting: 2.WH) Hrrel. a DuyThe Hijtifest Month in the Mid Continent Held. Ilxcept December. fill i I ' 1 1 I 1 !'' . Kilt).. .ll ls,lli-,l-. I iMlllliilllll II 1 1 1 lli'l luiy I'l'i'ii' wr Aim I'i'i vm II- iiml I ii in wii I I. '"i l bint llIT lillv "'ii1 drv were gassers. T rill ilurnw Ill-- i-iinii!rli-.l tin- in-" pr N. Ill ilml in mi ll. .Ii-- li. I fully On May .'11 there were :i."i."i ih i'Iiii- wells iiinl ii'.' ii. 'I hi i mi nil around inrri'ii-i- over April, when il'J'J wells ucic ri.liiili-li-4. 1 1 1 1 new nroduction beinir l.'I.II.IS bands. g ... l-lll.ll I'll. .11 ilHTDI Il III Il III- siipply lln-ir nr iHT.k Is mi- drilled I ! iiinl ki-i- mil in il oil iiiii. mill. Iii Ni rullMili-! filili' iieavv iil.lrl- Wells lll'l- i;iiill'' f llirin mi- li.'l nf llliilli--mull In ii.iv t In- cost ...

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 June 1906

S i MMMMMIWMMIMItHMIWWtniMWMIIMMtMltWMMllMIMMItMHMMMHMMMIHMtMHIMHHMttlMtlWMltwitt MtltMIIMHMMMIIMMMIHMMtUWtMMIMMIMIIMMMIHMMMMMMMItltMMMMMI) THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. lift m fix FLOUR TALKA TATE TRUE MflEIMT Ml 69 L HE CIAL FLJUK Made by the REA-READ MILLING COMPANY, is milled especially for their BEST TRADE, and is the best Flour on the market today. ::::::::::: ONLY THE BEST WHEAT and SVJOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Money can buy are used in the manufacture of "MAIN LINE." Flour. We will soon start a house to house canvass, giving away, free, a useful present, to every buyer of "MAIN-LINE." Buy a sack from your grocer so you may take advan tage of the offer. An empty "MAIN-LINE" sack will be sufficient evidence to entitle you to the useful present. :::::: Best grocers handle "MAIN-LINE" REA-READ Mull ELEVATOR CO., TULSA C. J. SAWYER, MANAGER imMWMWMMW at WtWWllflffllff f f m Z pi t MJP SfM 2 s S m his US? I 1 ! THE WORLD'S MARKETS Chicago Daily Market Letter. (...

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 June 1906

TnS TULSA DAILY W1RLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. T''lsa Daily Aorld ''''' "" 'l:m' ""rn'" io ,mv I i"iii -il ,'iinl ask i in-l ioiir. Aii ngcful j. mill make a J. P. HWADY lidilor and Owner TKRMS OK SUHSCKll'TION. iJiily, except Siiixluy. one week, liy eurrier f .In Hairy, one month, by earner 10 Daily, one year, liy mail .'1.1)0 0 hie in Seaman Huilding;, Third Street, Telephone No. Lri'.ered in the Tulsa J'ostoMicu as .second clu.s.s matter. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. ( Vine o I lie ciii iiial. When ii man is iii,u, don't hit him; lather pity for one uilh the i 1 1 1 1 1 I of h'alii Hurtoii, Kansas' fallen senator.- Ilixhy Hlllletiii. Kim; Alfonso seems to he having a bomb time of it in liis lioiii'viiioon. Mr. Oklahoma anil Miss linliaii Terri tory will do a little exploding themselves next week if Congress grants a license to wed. Tho Vinila Chieftain is out with a booster's edition. It 16 a splendid illustrated edition, and shows Vinilu's gnod points. I he idea is a good...

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 June 1906

f ft THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. '1 CLAY FURNITURE COMPANY 124 West Second Street, corner Boulder. We have a few specialties on hand at present namely: Solid mahogany Dressers and Beds and Commodes, swell iron Beds, Mattresses and Springs, Bed Lounges, Buffets, Dining Tables (chairs to match), Wardrobes, money Safe, 2 Show Cases, Library Tables, Sideboards; a fine lot of new pic tures, some pastel paintings, stoves, bed-room sets, 3 repeating rifles, mirrors, carpets, rugs, 1 fine ladies' writing desk, centre tables, bedding, pillows, lace curtains, 1 10x12 ft. fly, and many other things. Come into our Store and see the class of Furniture we offer and, oh, such a saving. Telephone 171 E. E. ATHERTON, Manager and Auctioneer. m.mirr.r . lj - r-.w Jh.. It A V A lisn. CHASE Co SANBORN COFFEE JTH CHASE SANBORNS HEALTH 1 IS HVQURS! 3 OUR LITERARY CLUB. Visit this Bargain Store and Save Money. We buy and sell Furniture and Household Goods, J Store and Office Fixtur...

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 June 1906

6 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. SSSlt'.. l - iltt : Chins-Lac mid I lilllMI Xf !! Drug Company. tattir??f "Say Tom, Where You Goin'?" w X I : : f ! "Goinj Around to Campbell's Harness Shop to Get a Set of Driving Harness. Ain't I Goin Some?" 'asss. sts ;stttet M, E Carina I l.'s m' Hi f. fork and x meats tit J i"'st prices. 10c Veal. Il;,- i"s liksoliltol 111 el, Best MeaK Pork 1Cc and 124c 2 10c : it 6c . 8: and 10c t Veal .... lloilinj.' .Mi RoasN at. Oltomaivt ri:;c Hams Bacon 15c 14 Ac 144c .r C,.h.,i- iv Proportion ZAUN BROS, i phon: con actions, j NHMI!l9IM;lHHMfH Electric Wiring Ku.: Ki.n-rmr Mi.Ti.ii.i Ki mmc Skins Kl.li TKI, Ii.si i.ai.h Kl.KOTRIC FANS I'.Kmi.l N. K (It HI K AN II lll ll.IHNO Wn.tvi Agent l or Ueiurnl l.lectrlc Motors. Prices On All Sizes A. W. TUCKER, l.lectric Contractor (ITlr WilS ll.ilr-ll. y .ml Cminr. iMIMIIMIIMKMNNHti THE TULSA TIMES JOB PRINTING SPEC I A I.IZEl) J. G. GALLEM0RE iiitllliliilf r C-liAAJAAAAAJ Tor Tami Lands, Lea...

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 June 1906

ONE FOR SALE. Tor Sale Cheap, several lrm IjciIh, dressers iiml wash ft niwU. Address 'Furniture," World office. 5-2li-tit For Sale J-rooiu finished residence , 511-foot rorr.rr Int. S blocks from the i post office, fenced, well; ir'UHO down, 100 iiml .fJO per month, H per n'lit. Jtlessick, lBlilCI, Kllst Kitst Street. 5-2:i-lit h'llli SALE A llerrirk Hef'rii;ei , . .1:1 ...1. ...:ii. it ....... i Willi, lllllllt' 111 htmu tutiv Willi w wiii- .Vailini'iits, 1.') shelves, (i feet, !l indies 'liirh, (i fed, (I inches wide, mid 2 lVt't, (i inches deep; Imlils ilOO miiiiuIh of ice. Alninst as (food as new. t'ust 41 :.; will sell fur S.i. Inquire at corner of Fii-st and I'ctrtiit. STHAWHEltKY PLANTS FOIt SALE until June 8, 25 cents per 100, or :t.00 per 1,000. Select vari eties. H. 1'. Elliott, 4i:i Guthrie, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets. ti-l-(it For Sale Five room house, nod water and ms connections. Sue Bock (iner and Ildi;ecock, 113 Main st. fvlS-tf For Saie Two 22 Winchester and...

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 June 1906

"JUST WRIGHT," Tha Graataat Shoa far tha Monay In Amarlea-all shapas and laathars $3.50, 4.00 and 5.00 Stacy, Adams I Co. Flni Sheet Pa!ent and Plain Leather Oxfords and High Cuts at from 5i?.30 to 6.00 4 t If you are in need of a Suit of Clothes; it will pay you to give us a look. We are the people of Tulsa who sell Clothes that have Meri'. Good Clothes for Little Money. We are exclusive agents for the Renowned Line of IT'S Hart, Schaffner & Marx Good Clothes: We will sell you these Suits in all the Latest Patterns and Styles at $15,00, $165.0, $18.00. $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 Other Suits, the Best Value that Money Can Buy at $6.50, $7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $12,50, $13.50 Our Hand-tailored, two-piece Suits, . . . the very thing for hot summer days fl.UU, j)IO.jU, iplO.UU 311(1 ZU AND $15.00 Vogue Neckwear The Kind for the Collarless Shirt or the Shirt with a Collar 25 Cents and 50 Cents Wright Clothing , 5 'One Price Clothiers," Cor. 1st and Main, Tulsa, I.T. Kool ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

SIXTEEN PAGES-PART TWO ULSA BAIL' SECTION TWO Pajes 9 to 16 First Sixteen Pagj Dally Ever Pub 2 llshed In Tulsa I (Ml VOLUME I, NO. Ji:i THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1000. FF.ICE riVE CENTS. c cooccococ ococooccGocc c c c cc ccxxxooooooooccooooooococ c cccococococccc coc c ckxx ceo o occcoooccocccccccc-s ocxxoococococcxxxxxxxxxxx A Six Pay LoCCO Treat IParker for Tulsa People by Amusement Company cocoooooo Dcoococcoooocooocooooococc :cccoocoooococooooooooccoc :oc:co: :::co;occ ;c::::cccccccooocoocxxxx)cooccxx;oooc;,-cocxxoxacoo;coco:c' ::o.:cecccccxcoccooooopooo New Coming to Tulsa. t. iv of ti.e bible. t "i i4 1 i. ; i. ' and! i ,. . ' ... 1 1 . ; 1 1 1 . r 1 1 1 1 1 " Kln-tric Tilt atrr" Fori Ill i 1 1 , ti ' I' I ' I ' " . lllf Ciitl'l IlliniliCIlt l.f llll'Sl' ttllll Cll- liiom.i i Li"- i ' i i "i lu.iii. . in i. ... i , i-.- til' ll tl)ll ' It'll.- - M Hill li .11 S lit lilt', .,f,-r tit- Urn-Ill .-I Hi.' riretncii s .. is Kill .i-u.ji...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

"V 10 THE TULSA DAILY WCRLD .WD AY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. iiiitit:tniiiitttiisetiMMtoM9tttsi .....MiMikiiaiiiililllllllllllHtK(l(HIUK : : : CARNIVAL i 6 Big Days THE new 1 1 aba &a 3 El 'i u SitiSwV TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY --Commencing IVtosiria June 46 Big Days in s i t-j is -irrr rw;c j tm u h j- w ; i ub w - 12 Big Shows. 300 People. Special Train of 26 Cars. More Exhibited Than Advertised. 1R5 A lHW U O la Ss Hi Vila a M hTM 0 e SEE Loop the Loop. Leap the Cap, the Historical Pro duction, "North America," The Trained Wild Animal Circus, The Penny Arcade. 510,000 Carry-Us-AII, the Ferris Wheel, The Fun Palace JttJJl'IfctL V'1 iJT "i lTfii.i:ruMs - ' T ft Twii Mill i JTfv ,rf IT I Vfr tf TATt RMIHOf OCCWPIt 'MH HOWS. L , TtAi Ltxkt4 J 11 JT W-L flL UT IK 1 ' iPICIAl 0AT 0OVIHMOB AMP TTI IJft &3&f Ji7 See 'Creation," the Great Bible Story, Over Land and Sea, Edison's Electric Theatre, Katzenjammer Castle, the Riding Lion, ''Nero," Hale's Tours of the World, The Sportsma...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

11 BRITISH PEER IS HELD A PRISONER IN HIS OWN HOUSE erst fitmlly he wa". treated with In- credible Indignity il'iriug IiIh honey moon Mere i Dull actual statement, a most Hii'miUlii:u !t'ii mt'nt : An Extvaoiuu.ai v Honeymoon. "Lord iitiJ Ludy 'i ow nshend went straight to I'nrin after tin ceremony, where they were Join d on Friday. August 11, liy Mr... Srihrii-t, ami it Is stated t lint Lord I'mv ii-I.i r. I was veiy coolly treated liy them until the Mon day when they wiiii tu Wii'slw h n. "At Wiesbaden, wl.i it the tint l ii is ami niarchloiu .-s remain I for about six wicks, his 1m l hip was treated with the gros.cst Ind gaiiies. It l said that he was iriiilc to grm e h In hair and part It down the ha U. In the manner of a (ierii:.n oTeer; lli.it ho hecsme violent, and rushed at Mra. 1 I Siitherst putting I' i fists 111 her face., Mth. Siitherst was iiaiuiHll) iinllgntmi ; and pushed Uird Tow Oslo nil's lists J from her, and hor hnihl i-ame In con tu. t with his head. It was nut ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

.ST- rocco -JOOOCOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOCO o Musical Instruments 8 A. W. Almquist, The nroceeds of this .Carnival go to provide a Fund for the care ol Firemen injured in the discharge of their duty Iioosen up, now, and have a little fun while the band plays. AL G. BARNES ami his troiie of $10,000 challenge eilu rated Arabian Stallions. MILLIE BARNETTE Merchant Tailor, Tulsa, I. T. LADIES. ATTENTION! l"an nivti your luilttms. any sizes, with or willio.it lvoiv rim. ami r troupe of lii-h school irturui- i in ilos and joats. LIEUT. EDWARD KELLY America 's youngest lion tamer, enter- ill. a l'ii of forest-bred African lions. (.living a reproduction of the bunt, the chase and the capture. PROF. STONEWALL and his trick Hiding Hear, Burney. PRINCESS ANITA 1he dancing pirl in the lions' den. JACKSON AND JERRY two filial lest horses in the world, meas uring seven inches in height, in their funiiv maneuvers. MILLIE BARNETTE presenting Nero, the only lion in the world that is actually train ed to r...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

OC030CCXXOXWOOOOOCXOX00 Firemen's Belief Fund arnival The New Parker Amusement Company Official Program Tulsa, Indian Territory, June 4 to 9, 1906. The world Press I Darrow Music Company . . Everything in Music . . 213-215 Main Street n - - - iii JC - II II J 1 U II I ( 1 A - - II II I ( aw it it i i l m m m w - w w m n i n n ii f w mm ii ii rL . ft II II C X II II J ri ii ii .w a i ssr .ii ii m i 1 1 m II "V ( v ii ii m j fl M MM. II II V X BaSf C m - m m 11 11 a mm . j f 1 A A UI1M II II - f v v m ii - n II II Ifll W ll ll mm- 1 n IUI Am II II I sm ii . a ; f 1 AVAMV II II W C n II II A T W . I t II II sW - W f H 55 O as d O S aa 9 PS o 2 FIRST ON THE PROGRAM AS WELL AS FIRST IN OUR BUSINESS. Your Visit will not be Completed until You have Inspected The Arts and Crafts Work-Shop PF.SIGXFRS. MANl'FACTl'RKKS OF ANI PKALKKS IX MISSION, ANTIIK AND SIKCIAL Fl "KNITUKE OFFICE AND STOKE FIXTURES. OFFICE. WORKSHOP AND F. J. TWo;ooi. PIANOS . . . $125.00 Get the Habit and Come to Headquart...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

1 ( THE TULSA DAILY WIF.LP SUNDAY MORNING. JUKE 3. 19C6. - I ,M.t...,.t..M. J ll n -nr n rvrr n7 T nil FTn ! 14 f.'ICE ASFARACUS DISHES. f, S.U r v -: earned e - :. . fi : I.r it, .:. .- I. : I i '.! 1. ' .1 ' ' r -i:. : II.T' . !. -. ,'T. I , to Sir. -. c :.- .:. .ii.i. ' r . t ', . ( :'. .- .2? .-.- ' 'it a ;t.c : ; r . :. i e. - . v.i.: f :. . '. k e.. v. ; :' , .r . r. .. " ' .i '.it i - ., ' . - ( '..n-:'. : .- ' ;... , .;'..-. r r in . ' 1 whi- !. !..- ti-r. ' ' .!. ! .- ' .;"-"- ;; t..i- : : --.;-!. '. ALi f;r.v '. : ; .'o t '.n :r.'. .y ; ,i ; : .. ? ... .,it.( 'he ; ,.r ! . r .. i if :t a i .;!".: of '!..:. m: . . ;m w:h ! :"rrr '. ; : r- u -cls- :e.j :r. .i r.v .. -1 r. A'sriru :c 1 .. M.ne fic-cl tiik-.r.F wir !:-...- hi .Lea a:, j.s! t.'. .'... r' -;.r-ir - v e i - v . . v.-.r i.iit -no.- '. :t. . .- ' A: or.-i: w;-t Ki;. T :'. rr p. ; .-, , :r. .i tu'- rJ ;h;:-.!:r. ;-..-r. ,s'.r. -..: r;r" 4 ; - - ' lit I-.: ': , j . .. i'. ' .." ..r !: '- : ,:i;-i :!;:i . rrir.. :.- :...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1908. 15 W M MJH l M Mil M f Mf W m MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ 55 MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ MJ Ml" MJ Ml" MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP Li :4 34 $4 34 &l 3 3,; m m to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to iV tftfc rft 33 $3 55 M $3 MJ" M4" TH RIDGE THE TIME ONE WEEK, Six Days of the CARNIVAL Lb THE PLACE i;6 East Third Street, 4 doors east of Rob inson Hotel. ARNIVAL BARGAIN R-R If iTX T?k T jT S WAST 33 m W SIS 33 33 33 33 33 u 33 Ml 33 m m 33 33 S3 33 7MJI.SA . ( s vl fomp to thf hunt rods nf srnrnfprx within her p-jitm. nnd offers not alone her hosDltu it v. lm lV CVK fnc(s that cannot lie ControviTttu . shows htr iinnltni-nMi fnith Jn Vor. . . . . . " ... . ' : . .... m'.. i 11 .... . ' .. ........v ... ..... h-U, iiispivs your confidence ot a still greater growth and prosperity and certainly shows the true l JLA spirit by having tione an possible to assist our hrenien and arrange for your plea-u ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 June 1906

16 3 0 9 Of men's and boys' Fine Clothing, Dry Goods, men's and ladies' Wash Suits, Skirts and Waists, will begin at Tulsa 1:1 Mi M 31 M.J Mi M. Mi 31 ft Mi Saturday Morning, June 2, at 9 O'clock a. m. And will last Sev.n Days closlno Saturday Night. June 9, at 10 O'clock. Half fare rates will be made on railroads from Cleveland, Sklatook, Sapulpa, Red Fork, Mounds, Colllnsvillt, Bixby, Owasso, And will last J3 Broken Arrow. jFree music will be furnished by the Lookout Mountain Quartette of Jubilee Singers and Dancers every day of this sale. Fxtn i-U-rk will co vn dutv and the crowding of other sak will be avoided, but above all Good Goods will be sold at the Lowest Price that first-class goods were ever sold in any country on 'ml " v low or why can lira.lvs bo much cheaper than anyone else?" We will tell you why. They buy in connection with their three store, thus saving 10 per cent li Mi 'id ! of ru ing rent thev collect $tHH) a month rent. Their buyer, John Brady, has just return...

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. — 5 June 1906

AILY WO VOLUME I, NO. 214 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906. PRICE TIVE CENTS. The Frisco Has Survived a Surfeit of Abuse and Knocks by the Knockers, but Was Placed Hors de Combat When Tackled by a Burst of Claremore Radium Water Last Night TULSA i r ( ,- t ANTI-STATEHOOD SENATORS IW ADMIT LOSING VOTES A FIGHT IN THE SENATE HATED FORAKER WILL MAKJs LAST HOPELESS STAND. Friends of Bill Only Lack Three Votes and Are Certain of Them Not Counting Democratic Votes. Washington, June 4. 'When the conference report on the statehood bill is fulled up for action in the senate ly the representative of the opponents of the union of Arizona and New Mexieo probably Senator Foraker will make point of order against a compromise providing on the ground that it is new legislation. The fact that the new disposition is in the lan guage of the Foraker resolution of the previous congress, they contend, will not relieve it of this churge, and they will make an ef...

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. — 5 June 1906

TBI IULHA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 5, 1908 iicil.tiissiiiiiiiaDis aSl WILLIAMSON BROTHERS SPECIAL CUT PRICE ? f Visit I IHtHIHI Sale M. E, BACCALAUREATE IN CHURCH Notwithstanding the threatening weathei yesterday, large crowd at sembled .11 tba M. E. church al 8 o'clock to hear the Baccalaureate sermon bj i he Iii en nd J, 11 Hall Tin- otbar ehurcbe called oil their evening services, and their ministers were nil cin the platform i" sssiat In these opening exercise ul Commence ment Week. The main auditorium eras filled, uihI there was - I tprinkling of peoiile in the gallerie when tbe ser vices cummcuced. Thej were made more Interesting by the tinging of a iolo, "Abide With Me," bj ti'm Delia Martin, an.l quartette lingiag by male members of the choir. A great mmilier nl' yoiini: people, stu denti in the high aehool, iweel girl graduate and others, were preeent, ami it waa to theae especially that Ifr, Hall addressed i he following wnnon: Rabbi, we knoi that thou an a teache...

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