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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 19 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1906. WILL CALL ON THE PRESIDENT COMMERCIAL CLUB ASKS THAT WHEAT BE DESTROYED. THE TULSA SENSATION In Telegram Ask That the Grain Be Not Allowed to Be Made Into Hour. 'Special to (lie World. Francis, Okla., July 18. The cur of wheat in which the dead body of Harry I'riester, of Tulsa, was found has been closely wutched by the citi zens ninl the Commercial club of this place. I'p to Saturday no attempt was made by the railroad company to ship the wheat to its destination. The claim nirent received instructions to dispose of the damaped wheat for seed wheat, and forward the remain ilr of the load to its destination. On Saturday morning, it was noted that the wheat was being transferred to another ear and the Commercial rliib began to take steps to prevent its going forward and being unloaded upon the public, who knew nothing about the tragedy in the ear. When the corpse was found, it was discovered that the blood had perco lated throug...

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. — 19 July 1906

tee ttlia daut voild. tevzsdat morxtxg. ju.t 19. is-. The Tulsa Daily World t.uitr and rxf XXOXCODOrxC'XCCOCXOCOCC : GREATER OKLAHOMA s I t. '. . O, -. . : 1. 4. I- ! f l ; i., !5 - - '.it- ! i' K. a :.; OlOSiN OUT SALE ON ALL OUR STOCK OF 1 .-,1 . . - it - , 1 r i ifti.fca . 1 . J ... ill a ... ' . ' W!.e.-..-r Park. - "..'?" . .. .-k; I i- V. 2V. -T;V 7 ... -. :!;" ; - :; .: h, . .-- t . ' - - 4 . -I- " ..!. r ' i'. ;- 1 ,. , .:-r..f J. A-.,::. .' V -it- r. ' I. , , ; J. ..- .. . 1 ! ' V' M M.-y F. :t. .:: j'-: I :.r.r Z l;.e Ii-v. .f U :.. ' '-r r.. .: .-. f.;-' i-r :r .'.. hi ,t . 1 . 1A " i-r..;. u - ,-.;. . f I f.' ifl. .( t'. m.f'f :t t . " '"r- !f f.'J.i;, A.if. ! T.-. 0.;f.ri , r. V il U.l. T Vj .f-.. :ee qvisiios or la.vd titlis. f . t' t r ' r 1- 1 . I- .1 i' .: A ,: tt. ,r ' i'i-ff in h tin, 1:, t.i- k;.n !' (r rt.:.. .....i-,'. f.f jf ri-r."; - r . ii.i. w.r r- if uni.n. ir.r; r i, it.; tv M-'.-f. !v-r;; 1 Hr. Mr. H!trK-. i .; f,.,t.'- !'.! 'i'.r..'? CONSISTENCY. !-'. '...

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. — 19 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 190. IN CANDY BUSINESS f II XHI NO WASTE A8 SCRAPS ABE AL WAYS MADE USE OF. SHOULD NOT THINK TOO MUCH ABOUT THIS VEXATIOUS MATTEB. SCHOOLGIRLS DRESS ....COOK! B T Seasoned Confections Considered ths Best Milker of the Bwti I Must Be an Ar tist There Is this similarity between the candy business and the iron business the scrap Is not allowed to go to waste. An observer who bad an Idea that candy manufacturers must have to stand a lot of loss because candles get stale, took the trouble to Investigate and learned that his Idea was wrong, says the New York Sun. The big candy makers ship to their gents throughout the country at stat ed Intervals, usually of a week, their standard confections, and all not sold at the expiration of the interval are returned to the fuctory as scrap. As the candy is mostly sugar, and sugar Is as Indestructible as iron, it is only a question for the candy maker of get ting the sugar value out of the scrap. It i...

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. — 19 July 1906

TEE T7LSA DAILY V.v'li : MORNING. JULY 19. li'A. i 11 Use China-Lac Fof Vir fVeves wJ J rwitu-. Shackle Drug Company. Electric Wiring ttKtiic TrmiiArt larmr. Orrv . .-.n5 Aft Fr OcscraJ EJctrk A. W. TUCKER, (Jcctric CatracVr 0a U aU-fcrri fa THE OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTION JOB PKINIING SPECIALIZEL) J. G. GALLEMORE oiWcioUR PLAN IS THE CEST 8 MAR TINIS 0 The DruKjeUt 8 East Third St. In Vacation Time yo i w ill thoroughly T,j' y the qu.int pid un'.iiem-H-4 of Eldorado Springs The beauty of it t Mirromnlinir hills and rreeii I'.rotH mid the trampii! at- liioNplH're of the whole plnee will suit you eisrtly if Vim Keek a ipiiet, ideal pUce fr a Rration trip. Sinee (he dixeovei y of its now fam ous Spring, tlioiioHiiiU have received benefits from the henlmu' waters and have rone awity eloquent teHtiinonials pf their ruiativv jinipeiiiei. To Induce You to Go ireptionally low rules will be ill ef fect during the Summer M-asnti. J:or Particulars aUmt train en'ne. iti"., write: W. S. ST. (il.oKCK,...

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. — 19 July 1906

7 The World Want Department THE TULSA DAILY WRLD. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1908. The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Hastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted Por Less Than Twenty F:ive Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World (lets the Ad vert I s i n 1 !eca use 1 1 A 1 wa s firings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Storv of the Circulation. WORLD WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. HERE'S A FEW DEEDS OF LITTLE WORLD WANT ADS THE PAST WEEK: SOLD A HOUSE AND LOT; SOLD A FARM; FOUND A LOST WATCH; SECURED A RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TAKE AN OIL LEASE; RENTED A COTTAGE; SUPPLIED TEARFUL HOUSEWIVES WITH WILLING WORK GIRLS; IN SHORT, WORKED A MULTITUDE OF WONDERS. WORLD WANT ADS WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. FOR SALE. FUK SALE Nice driving pony, per fectly gentle for women and children. Also pood road wagon and harness. All for $!5. Apply 3L'l North Elgin street. 7-7-Ct-pd. FOR SALE Several hun...

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. — 19 July 1906

TVE ""ILSA vAlLV WcitLD. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1900. IN Tr'S DACE Six I linn-. i li ! ,nl ii - ni i iir iviiiiti' I .. i ; : l il i"l ll 1 1 1 Iiiim l j i ' i i 1 .'i'ii u ii Ii n Inirj mi I III' ' U'U II .1 II I 111 ri'-MII) I r.Hii'lii-i' in llii- t'ilv , ,i, 1 li S H in I niulil . i- , -Iiiumiii; in iiiirtnlii M in ,l l,.'." Wilt hi' - Tin' i'ii i. I I - -pini in Inc niin-ll in'i. .1 if I ll i" .i inn I lull Till -ii Hi' it W ill lie H i Mull illit Ii -i I ll 'I n I lllil-li. Tin' ii'im li' ivi'- today I f Mii-Ih c. -v. line time names will l' iliiyi'il. Mc'I'llMl.il'k, 'III' PlII'Mlll pllrlll'l. ttlln "jin ii il" 111 Irani hrrr, will !' III luwi'il lii w iii peace Tin' nuiiumi' tut nl -t.il thai a ni' pitcher I mill Law Inn, UJa., has been secured, mnl w ill ;( in mm ii. I'aM' liall enthusiasm is ill lever lii'iil in Tulsa, ami Ihr ialll I III- eily llott lli'llsls Innkl' like a u iniiiT. Hail ni'l lti.r Itiinv, enplain ami M'i'iiml I iim iniiii of I In' Cnillinc liall team...

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 July 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD VOLUME I, NO. 249 . THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNINO, JULY 20, 190(1. It Is Now Pretty Clearly Demonstrated Sat tiarry Thaw Is not Crazy, But This Can't be Said of the American People if New York Correspondents Don't let up on It Soon O K IN KANSAS CITY LIGHTNING CAUSED A $200,000 ELAZE IN 6-STORY STRUCTURE COATES HOUSE IN DANGER Guests Were Badly Frightened Loss Atout Half Covered With Insurance. Kansas City, July 10. The six sto ry building lit the corner of Ti'iitli mid Broadway, owned and occupied by Fninkel Wholesale Millim.. Co., was partially destroyed by tire here this afternoon. The entire stoek of millinery was destroyed. Loss, $200, 000; insurance, 100,(100. The tire started in the sixth story, which was struck by lightning. Seventy-live yirls at work on the fifth floor left the building by way of tire escapes. None were injured. The Coates House, one of Kansas City's leading hotels, located just across the street, was for 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 July 1906

THE lUtsIA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING JULY BA, 1SKX5. L GAL BATTLE OVER LIGHT BEERS iOVERNMrNT AND BREWERIES EIGHT sstti NtNMNMN MtttMWttWM ' of Cert to Ec Returned to Thdr Home REPUBLICAN BARBECUE To Be Given by the Deleware Republican Club of Osage County, Okla. )IDN T INDICT LYNCHERS la Irdun Territory Grand Jury Coi:ld find No Nanies ' ' that i;f ! led attorneys nml deems : liim.ell itrietl) sritbin hi rights in selling Teetotal. taken a different ma "t tb bnsi-iic-. however, "We have had all of t4 1 e so-eslled beverages analyiaed," aai'l Aiaiatanl Attorney Ores " d we " prepared i" prosMOtt la ill limit anyone i" adla then ir Btrodneea then into the Choctaw nation. Tin- office, ii neeeaaary, arill m l:e each -alt- of n drink :t separate off' nae and in-ist upon a eumnlaticc aantanaa, There i- trouble ahead for M UK' people." mea ( t! .-i that Hii- natter ba rtfsrrtd. to Ihl Li and jnr at the next term of t.i- eonrt who will he the advan tage the testimony submitted t" laa and...

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 July 1906

i News of the Oil World ....COOKING EXHIBIT.... i THE TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY MORNINQ, JULY 20, 1900. Anothor Ga:ser. Tin- Minshnll Oil & tin Company brought in their No. 1 on (lie Chim ney invens I mi ni, me ennui in hum deceased Clarence Owens, 2 miles I imrthwist til' t'.is city in llic lii'il Folk sand M i tn I:iy . A number i'1'I 1 l 1 1 I'l l llll Tlllfll il lll'-Sl il till' i si i it 1111'.' ami .ill pronounce it 'J n low gravity is a great improv enicnt over n t f f for k -i i 1 1 r clown dust iiinl hnrdi'iiiim llir MiiTacc. The op- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i t v is iili.it I'm' l.i' use ol' oil, anil 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 cilio would jiinii at tin' i 1 1 ;i 1 1 - In utilize il. Now Going on All week l'i. I a -leady 1 Otl-liji i id producer, j i: lias lie i (ivr li'll luill h-l'l la-t Hi :M for , whcic Ml. Mill. !, all wral wrrks. Hi' will Weeks, j IV' in i , r;nili'il li. Kemp, western represent;!- fail ly I'.a I!. II. Jcimiii-s iV. I'.i ullii i s. i Mold v hi-l iii.lil for fill-Inn-- ...

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 July 1906

THE TUI.HA DAILY VOHM f put AX M 'WHNO, ju,.v an, IMC, The Tulsa Daily World NO It V.T.I) TO HUfcKY. 1 1 1 1 1 n k t 1 1 1 m , gMIMR OKLAHOMA i i. ,.,.-,. ii K.i . i , M.tcr nJ ' rr "!. V. i ,.i , f.,i " hi n . , ; 'I i" A i. H. Iin Imli.ii i, I... ,in J..' k ni ,t - , I i, I I i.l t I, I I .1- I' I i I'.'l ' I ll I I I "t H I 'i I M 'I 1 I I I I , V I I I :l ! .' "" " "' '- .00 . In omil.il Ii.ii, t til- ('..it It-. , '- . ... . ..... ..j 'f-f 1.4 i .a -.I .,1 I ,...,M-, . .... .i.i .,., .1- I'. 1 1 I ! . t ' I A I' ! I I' I J, I'll ll I'M. Ill 11.11. ON' ALL OUR STUCK OF U-Uv-ili- I'.inl M.iniiic r. I.. l .i ..inn, Ii.ii in tin- i,rt -ai-i U '.r ten "'.'I'l'"1 luie lii.i,. i;.- loe ; ... !.i,:,r .ii... v .'I') '' .'ii.'-iif 'if iniiiilii'r i.i' ,i."t A A ili'i Water Coolers, Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers ifi:.oy ..-,lv i.KV.'.L'A ".i.i. i.i i. A It y'j'f.T.'i. I I .1 ... . .1 l.l.'l ' ll'.'l K.'0';r..O .'' K KM. EOT iop.eio.v commerce CLOS MO SALE . , - ., . I in . t ; . j ...

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 July 1906

TUB TULSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1900. LAST OF THE i) STOMP DANCES BIO PREPARATIONS ARE BEING MADE FOR THE EVENT. A GOVERNMEN MARCH OF CIVILIZATION IS TO OE ISSUED SOON Where Formerly the Occasions Ter minated in Druken Rows, They Are Now Orderly. Tin- Shawnee Indians arc arrang ing I'M- llii'ir ii i". 1 1 nit i sl in dance, nliing Hominy ('reel;, in tin1 t .-iiirf mi t ion, senile time during August. As this may lie llie lasl of such alTairs a j; I'i'nt crowd id' people is expected The daiiri' will lasl three days and will liu followed out in the usual man ner. h'or more tlinn twenty years, the Indians have held stomp dances on Hominy Creek. First one trihe anil then another would have it charge ami old liin.'is relate many thrilling expei iences in the early days, lioot leggers knowing the red men's pro pensity for firewater would he on hand with loads of wet goods and the dances f'reiicntly (rave way to drunken rows. In the past few years this lias practically been...

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 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TRIDAY MORNING. JTTLY 20. IM. WV- VWV iir a r r hp 1 rn WAYS OF COOKING . In Vacation Time TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Wid Variety ef Savory rxihaa Kay E Jfad w-.th Z;n ' a F-jur.iaum. IHt UKtAI HtALtli .'oi thorov' . 'r,, ,y the qj.int ' pkur. r.ri-sj of ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MARTIN MOORE k RICE, Attorr.eys-tLaw. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS! MISCELLANEOUS la .t,n,(-ri in MH'.HL Eldorado Springs DOCTORS GREEK AND riSKE, CITY SCAVEViFk .it..- re L-e s t .- r r ' . r.t :i..-r va- -. : ' a ! 1- i "j t : J. W. Maupin, residence Third and . jauuy u. uicru .j years ei- uumne. Ixave -neiic in obstetrics and diseases of ' u,eadiiuarters. orders at police i .- v.. I: D SAFE'S ..u.i-n and rhjldim. j Phone 439 Dr. Mary Green Fikke Graduate , 7.. I: Ter. l"i.:vTMty .1 .i.,;.:r.-:i. (:!. 1 1.' . i.:.e a Iliin...s. e at n Kiv and Wnii. en and OIL ! Vi, J. V. V,. , f.-rd M-e, iUUUey t0 111 St eight ptl cent. Lo&n anvutn.ro v ,ii. t - - 501 20 o.tT IfKir AEEOIT & WOODFORD La...

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 July 1906

7 The World Want Department 1 THE TULSA DAILY W4 RLD. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1900, The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other liastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted Por Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. I he World (lets the Ad vert ising 1 iecatise 1 1 Alwa s lirings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Storv of the Circulation. WORLD WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. HERE'S A FEW DEEDS OF LITTLE WORLD WANT ADS THE PAST WEEK: SOLD A HOUSE AND LOT; SOLD A FARM; FOUND A LOST WATCH; SECURED A RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TAKE AN OIL LEASE; RENTED A COTTAGE; SUPPLIED TE RFUL HOUSEWIVES WITH WILLING WORK GIRLS; IN RwnPT wnRKT.n A MULTITUDE OF WONDERS. WORLD WANT ADS WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. t FOR SALE. FOR SA1.K Nice driving puny, per fectly gentle for women and children. Also good road wagon and harness. All for $!5. Apply 321 North Klin street. 7-7-0t-pd. r'OU UKNT Two unfurn...

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 July 1906

I THE "ULSA DAILY WcRLD. I RID AY MORNING, JULY 20, 1906. IN THE BASE Standing of Clubs. W I, IVI. ii :i 7."iii 7 I ll.KI H .') dlli I h :i 7 :i :i 7 ;i . i j i . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . . I iit l Mil il M " -1,11 N Mill ll M ti.-kn:el' MeAle-ier T I ISA I'ul l Slllilll ( in: In ii' Slinw i . Il Im ;il' mi ! I'M ,il Tiiii-.i ln'M i I . IN -II !' I, W III II II I ' I" 1 . 1'. ; II- !i II . i' I'll ni.nlr up IN II iii.I I ! ' in . J . i ll iilil.'.l I" li.'i'p I Iir lii i 1 1 1 1 1 , M . iiii'l I. i - ;'i'iii:: I ,, ,, , , ii. 1 1, , i i'. Iiuinlri' I il.illiii'-. K- I I, ..III 'I ' Ii M H' lll'l'l sini.1 '..Il ii-- I '..!. i- iii'i-.' ary I" run ' i I. :i!n nil ilii- end id' I In- en h.m. ,'in I i !i" ... i.i'i' fi.ni ' lied is in si'Jll. Il'lll'll II111111I1..11 l.iiw --i-iii lie. I llli'll' 'till l'i '! I" H'liiin 1111111:11 11 tiiI if Imii li.ni'li.'.l il..ll:ii' hit nilli'i'li'il I... I. iv 1111. 1 l-i:l t 1 in III.' lunik by li.iii.irlM I" 1 In- imli liN Clllie.-S Sll I'll I' illl'lll'ITl...

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. — 21 July 1906

TOISA BMLY WOIRLD VOLUME I, NO. 250 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1900. Republicans Again Set Tnemseives Down In History as the Party of Progress By Naming Delegates Tonight to the First County Organization In Indian Territory TP MILES NEXT YEAR STREET RAILWAY COMPANY IS SUES A STATEMENT DEFINES ITS POSITION Article Signed by Secretary Says the Company Owns No Additions and No Plans for Extensions. After a mooting of a number of the stockholders of the Tulsa Street Railway company yesterday, the fol lowing article was handed to the World for publication by lr. Fted S. Clinton, secretary of the company, and S. W. Ma it, a director: ."The Tulsa Street Railway com pany bus decided to build two miles of track in the business part of the rity of Tulsa within the next year. They do not onw any additions to the tity. They have not even considered an extension at this time. It is an nounced for the lienclit of those who are led to believe that I ...

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. — 21 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1906. 1 MP MP MP MP MP Ml MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP M M MP MP MP J st Rig Bi MP MP MP MP M MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP M $ m ,- si m $ m t m : s& &fi m s: &i &i &t $ &t & ?: M pecia ranee of Summer Goods, Consisting1 of all Lawns, Batistes, Organdies and Ladies' White Suits, etc. tft ft ?$ Yi ft ft .'IS 51 ft $ ?! v? Ca t MP All our 7 1-2c I.umii to close .... 5c All our I'm Hatistc for only 10c A i i Id's Siil,, ami I'lincy, mill "i .1,1 n,,l-c. Wi I I ll .'illr llllil 7.1c I I" Mini. Will m 'II to . . -c al 3Hc .1 hi ri s 'inlr l';i!il;ii-.ir, I'm mcr U ire 1 1c. lively Jlllil ill -ell (llickly lit only 5c Hue I,, I 1 1 ; J it i M ll Ti-Mic, former price Jlc, now, to elnve 19c I'M incli while .l;li silk to cloM' III 21c L'll ineli white, Muck ami colors, sale price only 38c inch Mack Taffeta 69c ltd inch e;iiuranleeil TnlTeta Silk ..89c. One lot 1!) inch check in liluc, reil an...

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. — 21 July 1906

....COOKING EXHIBIT.... THE TULSA DAILY WORLD "UHD'Y MORNING, JULY 21, 1906. BURNED WHILE DOWN HERE SHYING FRIEND IN OKLAHOMA it J. 0. HUME CAUGHT BY FALLING CHIMNEY. RESIDENCE DESTROYED W. M. Wough Has His Skin Burned Off While Endeavoring to Save Doomed Man, Special to tlio World. Knid, Oklu., July JO.-J. 0. Hume, n well known resident of this place, was probably fatally burned last night while attempting to save the house hold goods in the resilience of Mrs. Ilaniet Hume, which was burned to the ground. The lire was not discovered until nearly midnight, the family occupy ing tiie resilience being absent in the country. An alarm was sounded and the citizens attempted to save the household effects. It was while Mr. Hume was carry ing out some (roods that the chimney crashed through the ceiling and caught the unfortunate man, pinning him to the lloor. A co-worker, W. M. Wmnrh, seeing the perdicament of the man, rushed to his help. The lat ter suffered several painful burns before he...

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. — 21 July 1906

0 THE TULSA DAILY VORLD. SVTUItDW MORNING, JULY 21, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World tehrielu iiaed luck. I. P. MWADY liditor i nil ) m-r TF.KUS iF .-I.Ii.m KIPTKiN. Daily, except Suinl.i.v, on. I,, hy carrier. . . Daily, one II, (mill. I.;, ran hi Daily, one year, I iu.1.1 i .ID ;i.ii OiHce in Sciiiii.iii iinililiiu'. Tui 'I "itriM-t, Telephone EntiT'ii 111 I he T1.I.-.1 I'uM.iilit a .iccurnl class mailer. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY iil, l'JUti. GIIVE TERRITORY A CHANCE. Tin- Enid Hiil'Ii', in an cililM ial i 11 i 1 1' -liaiL'ht In I !n I'nillt, IIIH'uUT- lilllllllls in a iii.iiiiht ulinli will Cll'l-l- ill.' cuticle u I ,11 n i- rllieh- tin. raHl,i! oily. Must in I'M lam ill' all. I In- in j ,i-1' in i -i ii ume ill l.iM'i- ill' v ' Ii'ilian Ttiritin a I'air ileal ami all 1 1 1 . .. I lnnily u ii n, i!c I ni:r In i i ij.ii i ! I nr a 1 1' In ii ill : "(iiilhric's ryes appear In In- m al an angle liiehj elcillei'll dclfgah Vtiac.ika an iik a .0-. tn Correi Do ul nt R.ivs "T.f. u,l'v ' i i'"...

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. — 21 July 1906

HIE TULSA DAILY WORLD SMUHDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1906. Book Trust Octupus Has Heard Itself In Lawton Special tn the World. Lawton, Oklii., July 20. From a Kcmiuullientic snirce tmluy comes llic information Unit tin text lunik com panies! r rather one or two of them are seeking to have the county tcnc I if i s ' associations of Oklalioma pass resolutions recommending (lie ad option of certain text books for the ti II n ' ti schools of the new Mute ami this recommendation hen me hunting as an instruction to the representa tives in the legislature from thee counties, (lt'iiia ml iuvr tlie casting of their votes toward the enactment of a law for n uniform series.. This helief is based ii hi the fact that during the sessions of the institutes this sum mer, agents for the hoik companies haw made themselves more conspicu ous than for several seasons past. It is clearly evident that the agents arc looking after their companies' fences' with reference to the election of rep- j resent at ives ...

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. — 21 July 1906

THE TULBA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1906. Ti.r I ML I'vi-iv II I'. WOHI.K'H The World Phone Letlerheads, Dillheads, envel opes, posters, cards, visiting cards, business carda, leases, three color work, fine commer cial printing. If there Is anything you need in commercial printing, telephone 35G, or call at the World office. THE WORLD PRESS IS BEST The World Phone CVW ANNOUNCEMENT H.ivit'.tr ivivMUly arrivoil in l'ulsa from lVlpi, ltivliaiui, aiul having puivhasoil from Mr. Cianlinor thi IVavl dnvorv, looati'd at tlu oornor of First s S slnot aiul lioston avomu', 8 a I f. nnor patrons aiul as lo attraotoil bx roli;illo ooils atnl prompt sorvioo S: oU 1 '' 8 an. I -1 i i, t att.'iUion to business. Wo buy for c;u h 8 'i;Jn.1n'.,'!.!n,1'k:; :i p.. I si'! 1 s! i ii't 1 v fni" I'lisli. M. A. fuon:: mo cm:. v 'vmv vwvwwvo Cx iv iVVU vX x 1 I Khaki Army Coats t t s, li nt At-t mil I'ost. 1 .aiiies :.iul Men's Low t-.iart or Shoes alsot;o;it eost. lou,s aiul I'ioy.n' Sails wo ...

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