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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 5 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1906. EXPECT A BIO RUSH m I i i m m I v 151 Let nothing keep you away. Sale positively will open on June 5th at 9 o'clock a. m. sharp THE Tulsa, I. T. The Old Racket Stcre 102 Main Street SKIRTS I SKIRTS! SKIRTS I You can buy what ladies, hats we have left nt your own price A small lot of embroideries nt half what the goods cost. One lot of hluck Taffeta Silk Skirts worth $12.00, Sale price $7.85 One lot of extra fine Silk Skirts, worth 15.0(1, Sale price $7.90 One lot of black Allover Skirts, worth $5 to $7, Sale price $2.85 One lot of Sample Skirts of all col ors, the very latest and best quality, worth up to $12.50, choice ....$4.65 One lot of Skirts, mohair, brillian tiue and broadcloth, worth up to $7, Sale price $2.95 One lot of Skirts, all colors, worth up to $5, Sale price $225 One lot of Misses' Skirts, all eol ors, worth up to $3.50, Sale price $1.95 "ue lot of White Linen and Mohair kiits lr. ni $1.10 to $5.85 One lot of Lig...

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. — 5 June 1906

BUNDAY MORJfINO, UJfE 3, IM. The Tulsa Daily World!" li ':n" INNM4 IMMfMMtIMSMMa; Observations by Bunny J 1 UtMhY l.ditor and O nt-r ... The Grand Carnival Began i 1 1. o I I - f 7U-.V- ,y i-ii'MO.'.' ( i '. 'vi.'f. i.. rr.-f I . . I ',' I (. oMen . ', - n ' ) .'..' ''-, a . mm. -i. t--i t- ? fi. h ii iiifiit-1 "utl M A I- kit..' u. Tin- - U.of t,.. I... a. ll.,J.t: ' "I"'' Mi - ''iy- . f . . : : ' 1 .' i jL,rt tit ' I J'".' n vfj ''.in. cr.A'.trr ...i j.r .... ... by I. ' I'.t t b rtvnWi . ' . '!. Km -a., Mj.'jm, In- I a if j M.I yi-l i', ' i.'i r i'iji tI, ill l.i'Ui'll I i 'im 'i' ''. Ull li'l'llNlf k . T.i rn.il 'ii... ' -- faii.i'J 'kfa'' r b . i : ! it i,r.ly !ik'-ni 7 MOKNIA'G JVNE r. iW.' 7 HE JOHTY felXTH STATE - .' t .. ','. .1 ! tli- i..n.'x-r I'i'l i .. :. '; :" .i. t. ii- ?i'M Tb 7r'.' ' . i f '.f Jl.JJi'l mi "..ii- i.' i a ' I, ill,' .i-n f u . -1 1 in I hi' lail (i, .il I'iii. , ' ij.T i 'in,' l i'iiln lliT' I i-ij'jcritl i YESTERDAY 1 - ' !' ':' " :'" I'"' Ii i. ..ni...

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. — 5 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1906. 0 ocooooococxxooc IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY. (JOSEPHINE GRAY) ooooooooooooooo Tim following interesting program has lit'cn prepared, for rendition liy Miss A ribbon's pupils in grade 5 unit (, lit the north hide school build ing, Wednesday evfniiijf, at 8 o'clock. Song, "Welcome," Si'lioul (Quotation Drill Sohool Address of Welcome, Lena Johnson lecitution, " Playing for KecpH," jm Horton Son,', "Slimmer BirdK," Sihool Itecitation, "Papa's Letter," Marie Yeager Recitation, "Family Financiering," Lloyd Brush Pantomine Drill, "Swanee River," Jennie Marclial, Lena Jolinsoii, Princess Kern Laura Horton Recitation, "The New Bonnet," Mildred Boyd Recitation, "Tommy's Prayer," Jeanie Marclial Song, "Whip-Poor-Will," ' ,Srhool Play, "The Census Taker," ' : The Irish Woman Lena Bush The Census Taker- Lloyd Brush Recitation, "Nobody's Child," Zella Rust Musical Note Reading and Song (a) Sunny Golden Rod (b) Those Evening Bells. , Indian Club ...

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. — 5 June 1906

'.V MORNING JUNE I 1W6 TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY HE RED CROSS Dentists 1 0 rEJUUTOUAL WOBU ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS MISCELLANEOUS :HE Tl'LSA DAILY WORLI China-Lac I ui nuu- Shaskle Diug "cmpany. 4r A ft ft 4 t jftlJiftl ft ft ft ft ft ft NNNNNINWIHNINNI NORTH END : MARKET! Carl' I l t Veal. i! ibaolutclt Best Si Pork Veal Uoiliru, Roasts Olcomai Bams Bacon 10c : and 12 c 10c 6c 3c and 10c 15c 14 c 14 c 10 ZAUN BROS. PHONE CONNECTIONS. eetii Electric Wiring Ech-ti. I..!..,. Btaonui Bmm Bueiaic DMeuta Smctaa t"Ai JMMMU Deetee i aoti wwb WmuN Ajtent Fo tieniiol EtiCtriC Motor Pricea Oa All siz.f A. W. rUCKER, Electric Contractor eooee ieee aootaeett it : t teaeoa: i o THE TULSA TIMES JOB PRIN int. SPEC I A LIZEU jTg, GALLEMORE : s eoeo tea -. eoaaoeoi aoooooa I - if... atglti 1 o i he season POPULAU S AIRS a al None are More Enchanting Than Sung in The Bubble an d Siaz t'f The POPULAR AVARS' SODA FOUNTAIN Ayars' Pharmacy East Third Street. ooeosee M A IT MINIS The h...

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. — 5 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE fi, 1900. 7 PASS WILD NIGHT IN A DIS ABLED BOAT. fTTT TTTj 7 1 T" AWFUL EXPERIENCE World Want Department of three seamen . .. j ONE WORD, ONE WEEK, ONE CENT j : FICHT FIRE AND FOR SALE. luce & Company, for the iirpKt nf , - F() SAI.K -A llt-riiik Kefriuer ntor, made of solid oak with ti cnn jiurtinctits, 1") shelves, (i feet, 9 indies liiirh. ti feet, (i inches wide, Mid - JVt't, li indies deep; holds IIOO pounds of ice. Almost ns Rood us new. lost will sell for tH'i. Inquire .it corner of First and Detroit. KTKAWIiKKliY PLANTS FOlt SAI.K until June 8, -Ti eents per 100, or tlt.OO per 1,000. Select vari eties. K. I'. Klliott, 4Ki Outline, be tween Fourth and Fifth streets. 0-1-Ut Tor Sale Five room house, good water and connections. See Ilock (intrer and H?d;reoock, 118 Main st. 5-lS-tf For Sale Two 22 Winchester and one 22 Colt's target gun. One 6 foot, one 3 foot, shew ease at a bargain. Clay Furniture Co. 5-25-tf FOR SAI.K Dining 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. — 5 June 1906

rzz ttuj. : i r. t ucti: Frym kclfitg s :w. yt Si; .3 x - $2 TO 8 Of men's and boys' Fine Clothing-, Dry Goods, men's and ladies' Wash Suits. Skirts and Waists, vnll begin at Tulsa 99 - mm f -N. 1 hi xx xx xx xx XX XX XX XX XX Saturday Morning, June 2, at 9 O'clock a. m. knt will Utt Serin Ztji, titling SsturCiy Ki;ht. June S, t 19 0'e.c.ck-. Kitf fire nttt wiii be nit tn raiircacs trcm Cleveland, Sklatcok, Sapulpa, Fed Ft rk, Nfourdt, ColKnivllte, Biity, Cwatto, Ctt:u; Jerki, Clartmpre and ErUen Arret. JFree irtttic wD! be turntthtd fry fre lotkcirt curtain Quartette ef Jubilee Sinters and Dancers every day of this tale. 'X:.k-T htlr vlZ i c.v.;:rd, bu: -Jx.e a'J G:.: Giois will t: vM -t the Lowest Price that first-class good? were ever bol J in any country H'.-w tr wr.y car. B.rac;s Mr t.o r.-x-h cta.; ...a"; a.. or.e else?" will t;i you why. 7:.ey h-y In correction with their three store-, thus saving 10 r rr.t they tvl.-'.t a rr.;.:h rtr.t. Tr.eir rjye". John Brady, ha? ;x-t ret...

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. — 6 June 1906

TULSA DAILY WO 1 1 Vy 1 i J R h VOLUME X, NO. 215 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA. INDIAK TEERITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THlsa is the Only City in the Twin Territories Which "Hangs a Real Live Man for Your Amusement and Recreation" Nightly, Kum to the Karnival and See the Sights. THE RATE BILL . IS UP AGAIN fORAEER AND TILLMAN WAR or WORDS. WHAT IS NEW MATERIAL Discussion of the Report Will Contin ue, But in Tbe Meantime the Naval Bill Is Passed. Washington, June 4. The senate today passed the naval appropriation bill, and also gave considerable atten tion to the conference report on tbe railroad rate bill. The only amendment of any importance to the naval ap propriation bill requires the secretary of the navy to submit plans for the propose!) gig warshinp to congress be fore proceeding with its consideration The bill carries an appropriation of $103,117,070. There is no doubt l)ut that the rate bill will be sent back to conference. Senator Tillman ad mit...

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. — 6 June 1906

u .XL I; TEE TTLSA DAILY WOELD. TE2.VES2AY HOEJiTXG JVXI . IK. HHItHIHIMIMIHMHMtHMMMII IHMHHHmHIIimHMIimMUMIMmMIUtllHHIHMMIItilMIMIHMIimui WILLIAMSON BROTHERS SPECIAL CUT PRICE ? it r -It 'J Vis PACKING HOUSES INVESTIGATED REPORT SUBMITTED TO CONGRESS f vra i a . ! a, j i ... c- . , . at, 1 . J J'.. Hi. I .. . -a:. " - a., i ir ! - "rkc.-v t i .-;.'. 1 . - pr .'.; ' '. pr.o a' '. !;.- afi,- ..- ! i.-. Tfc I ! .i-.'ii.. -. . J ' - ,it:, i- by .'fir..' off . 1.1s- th. i jai 1- :.- .v by a !..! .'. U'A t,(r a : j.:.r-.r,'.t ..; j r:. r ' v.:.?. a -t o'.o.'u 1 i '.: t,- t..e .- c..,'... T:i- pnv .W..- i.a. 'o. iih-m a r a'- wn:: I ; der ft- ex. -!'. ! "' ' 1 ;r. ,. .;. , , an.'.,- i i '- t: - . : " r- nn-oe-s ,,; ;'. j , r . i . 'li.. :. ! '.i.'.- ha.e. ! i.e;-.;, at the w. ,.er ;:. i v ;ior.' i. .it T- pr id ii r.:.i-e!y. : rv ; .- . m .I'j-'.s t;.e :a-t t: at tij-n- was n-. '. - ''T ):. !'..- M ill at ail, a-i-i f.e , ft. ta! ''.'' n t e man adopted f.r ' ' his l.ni.'i.i was t., rib 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. — 6 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906. 3 : PACKING HOUSES INVESTIGATED Continued ii-,,m i'v,, -ji. ift abator Let nothing keep you away. SALE positively will open on June 5th at 9 o'clock! a. in. sharp THE Tulsa, I. i . The Old Racket Stcro 1C2 Main Street every is, can regular your eyes We SKIRTS! SKIRTS! SKIRTS! Ymi can buy what ladies, hats we have left at ymir own pnre A small lot of embroideries at half what the e-oodd cost. Due lot of black Taffeta Silk Skirts worth 112.00, Sale price $7.85 One lot of extra fine Silk Skirls, wor lb 15.00, Sale price $7.90 One lot of black Allover Skills, worth ijO to Sale price ....$2.85 One lot of Sample Skirts of all col ors, the very latest and best quality, worth up tu if 12.50, choice ....$1.65 One lot of Skirts, mohair, lirillian tine and broadcloth, worth up to tf7, Sale price $2.95 One lot of Skirts, all colors, worth up to if'5, Sale price $2 25 One lot of Misses' Skirts, all col ors, worth up to 3.511, Sale price $1....

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. — 6 June 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILT WJRLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE f. 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. V. HIMDY Lditor and Owner Bitil evpert shots cncoum.c.l to : .1 :nt .(hi in Jnnti. .In' orld il.l In' made better every t.ine i ' :i in.'iic us pail Fur anarchist, are I1 - '!" I'H'IV, (trial S..CHK 1 1 U It I ! then tn in i,i li -t iij !-. 1 . pslo. aii'l h il.l .i' I; w r 3.W I In.! d'e .y .ior , . Ortice in Seaman Buil.Jinif. Third Street. Telephone No. Xfi h ' '" ''!'' ! " ' Einered in the TuUa Postotlieu a second tlauts matter. ; ,;. .y f I - it r TERMS OF SUUSi I'.llM'ION. Daily, except Sunday, one week, ly currier. . . I)aily, one month, by currier Daily, one year, by mail. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 6. lfOti FOSSIELE CURE FOR ANARCHY. , ... i: I I.M.t' a- I : ..f.' n a-.i:i--r '.n :.!,:.. .. ;,. the .iri rr ' in !! I -'r ; : i : l.ntlt!ltc. enemies ft ' lliCtl.be' I i J'li-'e. ( ...M .I,m :i Li:nr. ! A lv, rYn)l.)t hy :,.' t:.y i.. are ...'. i . " I'i s t:..: ;. M it ri. i Li n y i !-r r..i'!'.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. — 6 June 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1906. I IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY. g JOSEPHINE (1KAY. g OOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOO PROSPECTUS. Wednesday, Juno 0. Fortnightly Club in the evening, with Dr. anil Mrs. J. K. Webb. Thimble Club in the afternoon with Mrs. C. W. Brown, on Boulder. Priscilla Club in afternoon with Mrs. James Bowpii, on Detroit. High Si'hool Class Day at M. K. hureh in the morning. Thursday, June 7. High School commencement exercises at the M. E. churi'li, at 8 oVloek. Friday, June 8. Five Hundred Card Club, in afternoon, with Mrs. Shirk. Saturday, June !). Ilyeehkn Club at the Robinson. Circle Meeting. The circles ul' the M. K. church aid society will meet tomorrow afternoon Hs follows: South circle, with Mi's. Hill in the southeast part of the city; east circle with Mi's, llickok; west cir cle with Miu. He.llev. A Happy Evening. Misses Bess Whitney, Lena Brown, Beatrice I'oindexter, Kula Brand, Eva I H ml, Bertha Elwood and Messrs. RV Ruggles, Karl Smith, Edward Cha...

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. — 6 June 1906

TEE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAT MORXTNG. JUNE 6. 1?06. ; TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ! ! ta li..- ' i r. A : 5 tin- rvi-i' wivUwJj IUlilAU 11 IMtSTIMTED ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS MISCELLANEOUS ,-. T. ii... Kila I'. I!ayi CUV 5CA-(iLK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS J. W. lluuj.in, rend, me ThirJ and ii',,,. .:. . r iinjiih.' Guthrie. Leave ord- rs at fMlice -n '. ! n. .'i " . qeaiiqua. tent. T ... Ter. I'hone 439 1 l . .... m t V T .'- M A E T I N 4 RICE Attorney, at Law. .;.: .:. A .,:.i.r T L.l. T.r. i 2 : 9 t : China-Lac ; : llSuk.S i mmi END : ' .i r i . - fc. , . r. .-. : ; j:.-r 10c ; I'.,!-;;. "C: en 12'C r Vt-; i ICC ' o !: ::.. . sc : I:. : S; ar. 10: ! O.e -..v.;. 15c ; t. , : ZAUr. BROS, j PH3N CONNECTIONS. 2 2 Electric Wiring v ' 2 fi-.-K, i...... i (.-. v Sv, 2 Aj;ent Tor Oentral lilettric Z Motor.. I'rue. On All Siir. A. W. IL'CKHR. l.leilric C'-ntrait'-r 2 tiitttteittt immihmimmihh 5 THE TULSA TIMES T V ' "V T(. Z - j '.' i- ...'.' j '?: i A LIZ K Li I a 5 f ...

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. — 6 June 1906

THE TULSA fiAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MOENING, JUNE 6, 1900. T 1 World Want Department Fwoweek7one cent : i FOIl SAI.K Several liunlreil pounds of ciuht-poinl face Ci'iitiiry Kxtianded t v f, direct from the Arflcr ieau Type r'pillidcrg Co. I bought this type to use in st attinif tin- World last fall. I now Imvc two linntypcs in tin; Hlicr ami nn use for the typo. It is all in ;.'ooil shape, some of it lias never been inked. Territory print shops limit i 1 1 r a snap ean do no better than eall or write J. R. Brady, World cilice, Tnlsa. I. T. G-fi-tf FOIl SAI.K A three- borse power, single phase, self Kturtintr, Wniruer motor, almost new. Anyone wisliin;: a three-horse motor in lirst: class linpe will (In 1 sonie.hiiii; for within',' in this little want ad. by euilini: J. II. LViidy, Phone 3."(i, World oi'icc li-.Vtf Foil SALK Itinlseyu maple dress er, diniiin room table, and chairs, jill in iinn eindition. Will be sihl lit least. liable price. Address iU.i South I'.uiMcr, between Ninth ...

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. — 6 June 1906

8 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE , 1906. YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL NEWS tAi !1 THE UNITED STATES sou;h '. EI"R .1 L.T'aUE. 6ou(;.to" i. .",;:-( s The (il iK'i1.'H . ,fl (rdjiy nl Sm . , i; . league 's li.i .. . : ; (lie In x. lii 1 : - i li VCS- , ; f I tilt' i. t of " ten times It.lll.-l'S to full I' sen c: ' II )i K 7 12 2 l 4 r. Wllill' HlMlllli 1 1 1 1 I llilS. Follow ill:.' IX (III1 Tulsa South Mi'Ali Met- Batteries: He mlrix and Lyons, l.at timer mnl White. Same Old Story MioktiL't'f, dune 5. Tl.e Kcdskin defeated the Scnalnls tu 1 tmlu.V, despite llie fact (lint tile visitors nut hit tlu in. Following is tlif score: li 11 V. Muskogee ;t II 5 (Jul line 1 (i 4 Batteries: ChIIiiIihii mnl Nisi, Och me unil Brown. Fort Smith 3, Shawnee 2. Foi t Smith, Ark., June 5. Fort Smith Hun today from Shawnee in a clone mnl iiitcre.-tin pinie. The wore: K ii !; Foil Smith ,'t 1) 3 Shawnee 2 !) 2 Butteries: Elinor and Hirers, Coop er and Moore. , NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Brooklyu. Ii 11...

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 June 1906

VOLUME I, NO. 21(3. Tulsa and McAtester NEILL-REYNOLDS CONTRADICTED MR. WILSON SAYS EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFULLY CLEAN. CALLED DOWN DY NEILL Would Hare Committee Believe that All the Dirt and Filth Wu in the Small Pickeries. Washington, June 0. Mr. Wilson, of Nelson, Morris & Co., again took up the Neill-Reynolds report before the investigating committee and com mented on its criticisms. lie said the floors of the peris were properly drained, and with regard to the dead hogs being on the plat form, he stated tl,t some mornings 50,000 to (10,000 hogs were received, ano mat there was nothing "revolt mg ' about some of them being dead All the rooms, tables, trucks and utensils of all kinds were washed clean as water and scrub-brush can Inake them. Chairman Wadsworth read piece meal the features of the report, and Wilson did not attempt to deny the odors trom entrails and offal, but de nied there was any from the wood or decayed meat. He defended the practice of toilet rooms off the wo...

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 June 1906

aJtu,.,,,, ,mrn .uuwn nn -era WILLIAMSON BROTHERS SPECIAL CUT PRICE n ! Visit 1 2 7 miiiiiiMiiMiiiiiiTm JM! Jm H'"1' n KC" niv it id i L CHLHLH iii nu ms .mnw A IV'Tld"! "-VCUl Xf-.'UtrM tX SLY 3lKiiD RESI0.W 22 virrrz:r HIT MS IffllJi;tT Viw.ilr-; ! "V'm -ii itmit )'.iill t f 1- .... i '..( til, ( .(..'...( ...HI'-' I im'' ,' It' ll.l. l ''I,.,. I V ' i ,"l ' ' ,i' 1 :,' I l- ,1. V ,' .1 ,' IN'VK III, ' ! I'fjn' "'HI " : ,'; ' V 1 )i'.J '1 ! I III ISf '..V ,1 vii V I. I'll IJ ' . - (., i i II '.u".'l : "V-W 1: . . ' .n .if i.' in-- ' ii --!.'. 1 ' i . Ii I'' ., ;. r .. i i - it.-' V U : , vil li- ! II: l.i i-..f 'IM ..I I - II .1 it 1 i'if VI ml ai.'-l u-ii. l II' I'lli'l- la III i .-l- ' it- '! l..l . .1 .Vi)ilUl"K .V 'hi -Kiiii'i' ",' ii t ',iii . ,'ii;'. ; ii-: i t - i.i' i ... V .-. ',..l..- I IV'I ! " " t i '",,i , ,1 ii , V ' I 111'1 .1 f I'll:.'" 1.' ' i "in if . -' ' iHj.n if;'' - him i-t,( i ' y li-..! iu II..H ; i .1 , ''' i ll ( n1 t. ' .r. V ' ii' li ' ',i' a" iU 1,1. i...

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 June 1906

THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1906, 3 g JOSLWIINli OKAY. 0 uOOOCOCOJXOOXXXXXXXXXOOCOOOOOOOOCXXXXXOOOOOOC PROSPECTUS. Thursday, June 7. High School fi ninieiK t-KK'iit exercises at tl M. E. church, ut H o Vlork. Fiiday, .Time H. Five Hundred Curd Club, in afternoon, with Mrs. Shirk. Saturday, June . Hyccbka Club at the Robinson. For Frisco Sufferen. Friday afternoon the Tulsa Hive of the Ladies of the Maccabees will meet at the residence of Mrs. Hose Rey nolds, .r01 Third and Klwood, at 2 o'clock, t prepare a box for the San Francisco sufferers. All Mjircabee ladies in the city are earnestly re quested and cordially invited to come and bring some article of clothing, either made or unmade. Good second band clothing will be acceptable. Li-, luh Lindsey, President. Sweet Girl Graduates. The feature in yesterday's social eiicles aside from the rounds of CluLs which happily fall on Wednes day afternoon and evening was the class day exercises of the hi.jh ral' school gr...

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 June 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 7 June 1906

gooooooooc oooooocooooooaxooooo O0O000O O 0 THE OIL WORLD. O 0 0000000 "I wouldn't min J it so much," said one producer, plaintively, "if the secretary would come right out openly and firht us, but when he does jnst what the Standard wants biru to do every time, and still is able to convince the people of the ast into believing that he is fighting the Standard, that's rubbing it in a little too much." The situation in this country in regard to oil leases is one nm easily understood. Almost all the land is -owned by the Indians, and cannot be sold nor leased without the consent of the secretary of the interior. Regulations on the sale and lease land are necessary to protect the ig norant among the Indians that! everybody admits. But the produc ers claim that all the rules and reg ulations adopted by the seeretaiy have been with the sole aim of driv ing the small producers out of the business and turning the whole field over to the Standard Oil. Tiie rules governing the lease of oil l...

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 June 1906

XI THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY MORXIXO, JVJCL 7, 1906. China-Lac Kr v r ' ov a4 Shackle D'i3 Campiiy. tHHIM4IIWHMMM NORTH END Car. kW 5 -' ' " - 10c Pork 10: arrd 12;C Vo.-.: 10c !V:::r, 6c Koc-.s :.: 8: and 10: 0,.eor.::.riir:r.e . 15c Harr. 14;C Riivr. U ;e 5 ZAUN BROS. PHONE CONNECTIONS, j i Electric Wiring j Af ft Orof l ElevtrW M4rv FVwc Oa Ai Sit W. TICKER, t f C4kn Wrta kw-brwH THE TULSA TIMES JOB FRIKHNG SFE Cj A UZEl J. G. GALLEMORE . i..O rori:L.i: airs Nor.e r.re More F.r.ohar.tirj: Than Surr in The HuH-leand of The POPULAR AVARS' SODA FOUNTAIN Avars' rharrr.acy K.: Thiri Stmt. Ml MMIMH M AR TIX2S ' The Druggist East Third St. J M0XIT 70 LOAX Rcacy tftrj v loat n city yrep rty. or midRtoe pr.-prty law titaU J. D. Mfkisw. Lcazs aii . Inrnrar.r. Ecada Stit 4. Etaa B14 THKSstR0SS!HE FAILED 10 .vsi !., Moderate Fncwa. ' Treti w-?t rr wnia.it ri. iraa .ta w tt Trtl Ut:t,'Ud w-.t.-tt i;.s r.f t: W t: Jt .V 2i K. C-.id Crcwu . SM F. ciur.tJ lmJ it a work. Drs. Prcscott 4 Fer...

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