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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 21 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WIRLD. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 190(1. LEPH'0NET f'7 La The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted Por Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World (lets the Ail vertisingliccauseltAlwajs j Brings Results. The Want I )ftt'l ft 111 II t rIkllts VWl I lV I IIIV III I Vila I W 11 UIV Story 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. FOR SALK Nice drivinir piny, per fectly gentle fur women and children. Also Rood road wajjnn and harness. All for 95. Apply 321 Nor...

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. — 21 July 1906

TJIE TULSA LAILV VVcRLD. 3A;Ur.D.iY MORNING. JULY 21, 1906. : : : : i i : i i IN THE BASE BALL WORLD lhilltne: Oludc ami Aniibruli"r. Sifvi-r Mini Schmidt. M.i-k. ...... M.'...-i..r Tl I.-A I- .-r T H. Standing of Club. 1 V I. ivt : !" i .Till li.il 1. r i. : I;.-.-..- in,. I N'l.t. Fre i.d i n 1 v . I tcj.iir, JlM'iv Tunc ..( 1:11. Slugging Match at SUwnee. -..,! ... t:,, W..1I.I. ... 1 k:.-i . .i.i: .. M.-A!.-- t:.- j . .. t. i". .1 'i .-. 1. 1; i! 1: At Washington. Tl.r .re: I 'a.lii:..'t..;i 1, ru-: At Kaciai Cityq. 1 Tin- M-.,r: II H K Kan.iH t it y '' - l...ui- die 1 1! 1 ! li II E Matd-rii , : riant n 1 1 1 U-ahy. I 4H Mlri:r M ri ' 1 !. i.T. II 4 :t liatt.r..: I'att.ti and While :,. I'dtlt'l'x.ll. At New York. Tl.- ...... . N.u Vmic i i 1:.' .r..-: .'.-ttt..:.. I!ri .M.i i::. K:.-i!...-.. II at 1I.-V.I..I,. .TWO GASSERS IN. Labor's Cause to be Helped j jThe Indian Oil & Gak Company Has GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO DI Ii II F Two Wells Eaflt of Okmulgee. RECT PUNISHMENT. ' 1" ...

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. — 22 July 1906

to MLY MUD) VOLUME I, NO. 251 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 190tS. "Father," said the Youth, "Everything's Overdone. I can't get a Start. ' "Son," Replied the Fa her, "Start a Daily in Tulsa. There's Always Room for One More there STORM BREAKS OVER RUSS1AS IMPERIAL UKASE ISSUED, DIS SOLVING PARLIAMENT. BLOODSHED WILL FOLLOW Event Will Be Met With Tremendous Excitement Riots and Disturb ance Are Expected. St. Petersburg, July 22, 3:15 a. m. An imperial ukase haa ' been promulgated dissolving parliament, and fixing the date for the convocation of the newly " elected assembly at March 3, 1907. St. Petersburg, July 22. Tin- scc- oiid ukase places St. Petersburg in a state of extraordinary security ly the declaration of minor form of mnr Hiul law. A large part of the pro vince of Kiev, where armed upris ings are anticipated in consequence of the dissolution of parliament is placed iiinler liiartit 1 law. The con ditions of the new elections will...

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. — 22 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 22. 19ut. 1 W. F. EWING JNO. H. JONES EWING HARDWARE COMPANY 118 EAST SECOND STREET A Full Line of Builders' HardwareAlwaysonHand Barb Wire, Harness, Lawn Mowers A Full Line of Gas and Cook Stoves Emm - fO ) w WA (THIS TIUDl-HAAK. 1 . . 11 '-- --- " 118 East Second Street The Best Washing Machine on Earth Come In and Look Our Stock Over Before Purchasing TULSA, OKLAHOMA INMHMHMNIIMMIHIH(MtlHIIIIHIMHMIimNIMNNNIIIIHtNMM MaOMM04 IN THE OIL WORLD Samuel A-liii'iil I. of Swcdc-hiTo, N . j I n in I (ioiitha scrimi-ly ill in hid. He on a lease on 2-28-1,'t. A month .1., In lie used in tli-v ctt i i ilt nil prop- j said hr had Imtii without tnriliral at-1 ) i- i hi- thi compiiny finished a cities iii the Osayc n-ii ation. It is i tent icm. All otli.-er was detailed to rank diMcr im tin- ratlin nll"t!l!t'!iti. claimed that much of this inoiii v was the ide .f tin' sick man, mid tin- do j "here Hut b.;iii rt iy of (ill am) the ilncrtr.l In the person...

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. — 22 July 1906

ALL PASS THE 0 The Homeseeker's Opportunity 8 acre tract all bottom land, 1 -'. miles f,.,,,,, TuUa, P'-"" $400.00 10 acre tract, bottom luml in timber, 'J l-'J mile of TuImi, P"' $350.00 10 acres, good agricultural land, 'I -i milfx cast of Tulsa, price, $450.00 80 wres, ull good bottom land, 2 roomed h,,iir,e, barn, well, 40 acres in cultivation, 'J miles of Valley, and 10 of Tulsa, price, per acre, $26.00 40 acres, 7 miles of Tulsa, .'III in cultivation, bottom lan.l, pf $850.00 5 room new bouse witb porches, ot) foot lot, well, barn, eiwt front, trees, in Limlscy a4.lili.ni. J'riee,. $2,250.00 4 room house, ami lot, with well, price $800.00 0 roomed house, witli lot ."(1x110 feet, on South (iulhrie avc, rents for .fi".00. l'riee $1,700.00 I have but a few more of the choice lots to offer from $75.00 to ,fJ.')O.IIO each. Thev are going fast. Terms arc easy. Come quick. EDWARD E. BARRETT, Office, second floor First National Itank building, Hoont 213 l'hoiie ".1L EXAMINATIONS NEW P...

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. — 22 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY V.'ORU) SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 22. 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. P. HHADY Hditor and Owner T KK MS OF Sl'BSCKIITION. Da ly, except Monday, one wk, by carrier I.'H ly, one miiritn. ty carrier L)a ly, one year, ly muil t .1' . .4' . ;). O fice in Seanun Hsiildintf, Third Street, Telephone N". X Entered in the Tulsa I'nstiirtVe an m-cond cia- mat t -r SUNDAY MORNI.NNG. JULY 22. 1906. THE MEASURE OF LIFE. THE BENEFITS AND EEAUTIES Or SWIMMING U i. i ll i i i i . a t n c u l c , . ,i.ai,. u ! -t in II. f T ii . i, im nil ....r it t..at il.i. : Hi' I -Im.iii;, . : t 1m-. ii. i !.iM !' irli KMi.de.it Maiv 11. 1 1 . a:..i w.i..; :-i.ii.i: tr.ro.i.'i. I! c I" I I .1 pll I IIIS' . t.c t".S..ii. i.i I i- l- pill I i.i. 1 f' tl. '! 11.11! I .1 n. .ill. i ! i. i,..t wi-.l II. c ii n.aliV "A n.a.'i ii'i I. a- i .i ' tMii.ii. i i.. t Hi-.'. A icw-punr ii. an which I- 1 1"! hated ai.il alu lmt-il unit I w i it W'tii i. a nc -.,i.. r n.i. ! direct line of rtL'lit iu.ll truth in, 111 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. — 22 July 1906

THE TUL8A DAILY WORi f. BJXD.iY MORNING, JULY 22, 1906. W Vt 55 5? S W W W W 5 M 5 w mj i i:j kc a m m acs m &g $t; fc; 5 ; 11 11 sf 11 tfOs- rrn & r' wri. on o n rn rtv A GIGANTIC THE CLIMAX OF THE SEASON OF SEASONABLE MERCHAN DISE TO BE SOLD IN We are inaugurateing the greatest PRICE CUTTING SALE ever held in the Indian Territory. Eight clays of un equalled underselling. Earnest economizers will sieze this opportunity to supply their needs. This, the season's greatest event OPENS ;'MON DAY JULY 23, 9 A. 2 V J r 275 21 iTO Oil rft l? fa BAY! M Never before has so much been offered for so little. Such a collection and variety of choice merchandise at such matchless prices. Better evidence to' assert the supremacy of this store as a bargain center was never presented. OUR REASONS OUTLINED Our reasons for inauguarating this great PRICE-CUTTING SALE is simply this: Experience has pro en '.Y.t ECONOMY OF CLEANING UP OUR STOCK TWICE A YEAR, to do this quickly we must make GREAT A...

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. — 22 July 1906

'J COMING! The Famous Original Boston Bloomer Girls Sunday, July 29 Traveling In I heir Own Speciul Motel Car This is the only ol'ili nf ladies thiit really put up h rr ti'al- t-xhi ' it mil of the nat iomi I inimc. Idin't fml to sec tli rn. They will pla) Tulsa it; LEAGUE PARK. Admission 25c I (JAM K CAI.I.i:!) AT .'MM I". M. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXO Headquarters Meat and Produce EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS PROMPT DELIVERY Phono for our solicitor to cal dailv for Open 7 to 9 a. Sundays ooooooooooooc Farm For Sale! 120 acres of fine prairie land, one and one half miles from Tulsa. A Bargain If Sold Quick! D. C. ROSE S CO., 2064 South Main St. Phone 10 OCOCXXXIOCOOOCOOOOCOCOOOOOO ANNOUNCEMENT Having recently arrived in Tulsa from Delpi, Indiana, and having purchased from Mr. Gardiner the 1'earl Grocery, located at the corner of First street and Boston avenue, 1 shall be glad to meet all f.irrcr ;:'nns and as many now ones as can be atu acted by reliable goods and prompt service and .str...

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. — 22 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WtftLD. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 190tl. The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World (lets the Ad vertisinglkcauseltAlwa) s lirings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. . ' WORLD WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. i . HERE'S A TEW 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. FOR SALE Smral hundred pound of ei'at-polnt face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Founders Co. I bought this type to use in starting the World last fall. I now hav...

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. — 22 July 1906

TKE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SJ.n'DAY MORNINO, JULY 22, 1906. 5 W ft ft ft ft ft 5fT ft ft ft ft ft lt i . ; 2 s m m m m m m jr w yc C 1 e.a r a n ce Sale of Summer Goods,, Consisting' of all - Lawns, Batistes, Organdies and Ladies' White Suits, etc. Specia S4 $ st S3 ft ft St slt ft 5! ;.; ft M ; 33 Arnold's Silks, plain and fancy. Jiti.l IJIIOll Hills!'. Wni't h Tiiic mill "' ,. Will m'II l' lust- at 38c l.'ic. On. cs Voile Kantaisie. lornicr pi n-f Kvcry yard "ill s,'ll 11 I v ill 5c former H iri' 19c lose lit 21C lnt Kviiiiin Tissue, L'.'ir, now, til close 'Jll nu ll u liilr .lap silk t' 11 :iu li. lllll'. Mark. Ulld ci'l"l" All nilf 7 I -1' La" 11 ti' I'll""' All mil' I""' Hal isle I'm- only . 10c pur 38c mrl, liluek TallVIa , . Cflc .Hi in. I. '.Minimi I T:ilT.-l!J Silk . .89c ( Ini' li t III inrli cheek in lilni", n'il ami while ihi'ik I'm' 38c llni' lnt 'J7 inch in fancy Silks .. (ISC' One lnt 27 inrli Suitiin; Silk in 12 yard patterns, was $1, now fur .. 75c 1 lot Country Club Wa...

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. — 24 July 1906

WO i H TTT TTT TI A MM MM ii UJJLikS)i5L VOLUME L NO 262 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULA A, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24. 1906. The Republicans of the 28th Recording District Have Star ed Right and When the Votes are In Succeeding Elections In the Future They Will Demonstrate How to Keep It Up THE REPUBLICANS ORGANIZE THE FIRST DISTRICT CLUB OF THE NEW STATE PEACE TERMS ARE OUTLINED STUCKEY GEFS PAVING JOB THE WEATHER. Washington, July 23. For Ouster Oklahoma: Fair Tuesday and Wednes day. ? OFFICES HERE STANDARD 0!! ENTIRE 28TH DISTRICT STRONG LY REPRESENTED." A ROUSING CONVENTION .Enthusiasm Manifested by All Elo quent Speeches Made Humony Prevailed Strong Organization Amid earmarks of earnest next), d termination and progressiveness on all ides, the delegates to tlie first nicet- f tlie Republican Club of the 28th Recording District met at Fraternal Hall yesterday afternoon and perfect s' I nn nrpiiHBitinii fcr this district. The convention was railed to order :it 2 p. m...

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. — 24 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 84, 1906. MONEY I MONEY! MONEY I You can mmv money easy if you will just try our fct.wi tickets. It will save you Mr. on every ticket you iurchuM. OUR PLAN IS THE BEST and then you will ! pleasm! hy our i n ill n' it'nJ you will Ixt Halixtii'd wit'i wlmt wi-scrvt for it I UK HI ST OK KVHtVTIHMi THE COFFEE KITCHEN Successor to Inman & l owU-r retaurant CORNliK ri .1 AND IWISTON Electric Wiring for KiJMTua MimRJi Ki.mrran: Hihnh Kl.ETin IMiM.v Kijurraic Kan KaaiuitNca. Ornc anu Huiliiinu WlHIHIl Agent For (leneral Hlectric Motor. Irlce On All SI- A. W. TUCKIiR, IJoctrlc Contractor OfflM With Haia-Karnoid. Cumanf. MAR TINIS The Drulst East Third St. JsC-awaw-OPsrO B LEYINE Keep hr miaJI dry rdo-Ih Mure next to Brady ' Big Store. Bring in yuur Men's Scoini Hand hir if too lanr or too niall, and in pood tbajf, and g-t a price for them. We buy Ladie' Cloak and Jacket" for ahipuient to Tex as Use China-Lac For Your Floor and Furniture. Shack...

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. — 24 July 1906

TUB TVLSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORKTNQ, JULY 84, 1W. BOOZE DEALER ' CRACKS HEADS J AS. PASCHAL BEAT UP DEPUTY SHERIFF FROM CHANDLER. FIGHT ON EXCURSION Tulsa Gambler Got Bad on Train and Broke Beer Bottle Over Officer's Cranium. James Paschal, un alleged (fambU r jiml surreptitious dealer in booze, iiml James Dockery, a driver fur the Uigl.l Way laundry, lth f this cily. were nrrested at Chandler Sunday night, a the result of a fight with Oklahoma officers. The combit occurred mi board un Oklahoma excursion train return ing from Oklahoma City, and from -accounts given by witnessed of the combat, was caused by an overdose of Oklahoma -liquor on the part of all concerned. 1'asehnl, it is said, was lrunk, and at some time along the road sought to be drunker bv laying; in a supply of. beer. The undei-sherilT of Lincoln county, spying: the bottles left in Paschal' sent while the latter wan in another part of the train, ap propriated one or two of them. Pus vlinl returned nnd resented the ...

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. — 24 July 1906

1KB TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY MORNINO, JULY 24, 190. The Tulsa Daily World J. If. BttADY llditor and Owner TKRMS K SUM'.ritllTION. Daily, except M'tminy. one week, by carrier... Daily, one month. Iy currier Daily, one yur, by mail. . ...I .10 . .. .40 Ofice in Stiamun Huilding. Third Street, Telephone No. 3Mt Entered in itu' Tulsa I'oslulliee an second class matter. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1906. IIRINO THE FIRST SHOT. Tin- political gathering in ( ! city ,clcnlny, in which I lie republicans of the Twenty -eililli He ding District formed the Mist county, it lis the convention Voted, preferably, district organization in (he Indian Ter ritory. KntlmsiHHni was displayed tliiouglinul the meet ing, oratory Unwed, luiiinony prevailed ami the whole body joined in a hearty united effort in I lie pci Tcet inn of the district organization. I was tl pening gun "' the 1-aiiipuiKH to place the talc of 4 k I ti li mit under a re publican government, the innnm tnl principles of which have led th...

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. — 24 July 1906

TUB TULSA '0 Aft V MRLl)' TUilSDAV M6RNIN3, JULY 14, 1906. RICH AND ELDERLY BUSINESS MEN THE HEROES OF ROMANCE Outdo In Age Deeds Which Usually Are Associated with Passionate Youth. CHICAGO MAN TRANSFERS WIFE TO SON, Stepmother Had Won Love of Youth, and Fa ther Resigns His Bride Marital Mixups of i , Two Eastern Millionaires. New York. Thre men whose ro eeut romantic stories have made their names household words are Thoniaa W. KUey or Brooklyn, Capt. Nathan Appleton or Uoston, and Watson H. Twltchell of Chicago. Elderly, rich, and known aa keen, practical business men, they have gone to greater lengths lot the. women of. their hearts than ever a stripling did. They have done for love what few youngsters would do. Between them they make up a veritable trio of ro mance. ' ' ; i " iThey are nieii of affairs, curb In bis own city. Not for a tnopent would anyone believe them anything but bard-headed business men. . Yet what tbey have dared Is remarkable these three men wbuiu everybody b...

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. — 24 July 1906

t Tins rxrui datlt wu&lb. tvesdat moehiko. mr ti ltoe. i i "UNO" AS SEEN A COURT TV Mc,n (xiki.'kn r.ve th folios n,j from the -n of ji. foul r .rtr- J.rr f "la rk tnd in ". 'rl r,r WV;n. u,a:h-t of br. f'.r M-!;.t ir Wt i,k - it t '. ', J i--lire S . f.i l!7. ' 1 r. i ..t t,,r' r fere. I !';- r . : e-,'i til "!! J? or ' -ia tJ. : I', ah. - 1 r-fc,'rs ',.-!' ' hii kfi'-i I ' V f.'j 1 ' ' ' ' '-: t !" f J:-r. w s. ..- ( - 1, I:.. .'. ;. ; r- ' 1 - p:.- r i a. r. :": ... ' 1. i v-r t J !-:; a I- f -r V-.' ! r ' -A- k' ,-!. i. a1-'..- ' T'. t ', r u' 1 .rtr-, A" a t'-r'.f '. hi: i fr-fi. J." If. . th- 17 "Wt.st 'i "-, ro "V,h.- ,!i j I., i . . . ' ' Ni'.'.t'.llll.f Ml " ih'i i"u r-t 1' " l i,', ' ' fW' (-or i' r . I : ': Jir !! !ln!,f'ni- ' '!!- !'"1 i " '(;' t I t v.- - 'S"K ''iM"-r x! ! "I'-w-rt" "N.'t-." 'Wf'K .li'i It .nV "A h.tt;.- " "Haw- a UK,- .1 " 'Sur- " ' Ho ii'l it ri 1 ! ?" "li"ti'l Vu. ! ! " II" n.ai.i '!- 'li'l 'JVn" " li'l it vrAf '! 'ii'i'. ' ' I ("iim! t a -,i ' !...

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. — 24 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY Wt&U. TUESDAY MQRNINQ, JULY 24, 1900. The World Want Department : The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other liastern Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Week, One Cent. Mo Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. The World Gets the Ad vertising Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. WORLD WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. HERE'S A TEW 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. Wanted Clean cotton regs at the World office LOST A diamond glass cutter. Re ward for return to J. W. Epperson, contractor, First National Bank B'ldf FOR SALE Several hundred pound of eigh...

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. — 24 July 1906

r. :niAA daily wof.i.d tvho r MOirmo, mr k ik4. v HfiM AMD ttCVm. W CD IW wuvn nur iMIIMHmillllMMIMII MUIMMIIUMIMMIMIM IN THE BASE BALL WORLD I A V tiawaaa Caaaa fawa a . LADIES' HAIR DRESSING ! Very ;! f tad a.. ) - UJ Kuaxi tf ti Clib. A I. (' 7! 1--A V' - ir.-. f v ;-. ... . . .- .',' -. '. ft. 4-. 1 v..-.." ' " V. .i.IT- rr.-i 14. ,4, , . '. , ,.ipr T - 1 .4 . ti V.' . i rr. . T v I. t -, -i- ff - . " ncr'. tv r. l . - 4 . - ' ' ' . '4- ' fT, It 'I ll II '( 'I ' ' '' M it" '' ' " '' - 1 '' '' Km, ' ' I., i I'.f k' ' ' , ,lr! f. i ' I ' " ' '" '"" i' '; , ,. -,( -! H " '"' ' l,..l -,T ri..- r. -Ir - I . fi. -P.- I I' I - ' '' r ' i v ,M T Ml' .1 '- 1 1 ' i .,i . M t-!l b'.iI 1- A 1 . ! ' i T.,!. t.v ' l' "r .n ' ' , r id.- i-ti- ,.,,T, S.IM.UV HIM. '- "-'-' ""i ,...,..wUv ii, I'..- ...ii r r.i'.-. ,i-i i....-' i' t","r'', :'. j mi i i - MyiT4, I Ik- i"."f. lU'i'-'l k-i-'.i !' Inn-. Tl,. M-.-: 1 V, M.,k..',." ' 11 1 S'liinn.irv I.iimk-'I nm-. M i-1. "' ; Tul-n. ' t" M ,v'-" i' t.n...

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. — 25 July 1906

VOLUME I. NO 53 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2.r, 11)00. For an Emperor Who "Sits Trembling On a Tottering Throne", Nicholas Seems Able to Make a Good Dluff. He has a Disturbing Way Moreover ( f Calling a Spade a Spade W Art Premier Stblypin Orders Governors to Strike and Nothing in Effort to Crush Enemies of Society, INCLUDES LIBERALS Not Only are Revolutionists and Socialists Put Under the Uan, But also Educated, Landed Classes. Their Clubs are Closed and regressive News papers Voices are Still all Over Greater Russia. St. Petersburg, July to the knifo with the revolution, and 'he knife to the hilt, was pro- chimed today by Premier Sioly- p'n in a telegram addressed to the go ernor generals, governors a"d prefects throughout Russia and to the uceroy of the Caucas- us, who are ordered to strike and spare nothing in their efforts to prrse-ve order and to crush the enemies of society. Included in this category, as phown ly events today, are ...

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