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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 25 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD . EDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2,r, 1906. 17,750 PEOPLE EACH DISTRICT WK'T -rrO?.TIONMENT BOARD ARRIVES AT. SIZEOFlliE DISTRICTS In Which Constitutional Delegates A'e to e El.cted, Btimatcd by a Member of the Board. Special to the Wui'l'l. (iutlirii', Okla., .Inly 21.-- A mem ber of tin hour I to apportion Okln 1 a into lit'tv-tivt' eonsliliilional dis tricts said that tin' population in each district would In' not less than ll.OOM am! not n.nrc limit 12,')'i:i, tin- prob-1 able uu i bcr berg 11.7'iH. l'on this t liasis, curb county, according to its population, fan estimate the iiiiinbiT of delegates it will have in the con vention. This Icisis, as members of the cnmtnMnii believe, gives Okla homa a s miller population than it is suppose. I to have. Including an .st'riatr 1 impul-itii n of 1'i.il'M) in the Osit-r- I i It i) i-i'-ei vatMiu, t In figures of Hie O'dilio'i a lio-nri show that Oklahoma lists n population of ulil, 2"ili. l'opiiliiil.v, Okl '.!:o!iia lias ...

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. — 25 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY , WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. P. liWADY l-ditor and Owner TKKMS OK SUHSCKIITION. D.iily. except Monday, one week, by carrier t .in Duly, one iiKinth. liy currier (.4t) Duly, ru' your, liy mail 3.0" O lift' in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. HMS Entered in the Tulsa I'osturJice us second cluas mutter. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, lilOli. THE ROLL Or HONOR. Till' delegates sruli'il ill llir ltoihlican convention il' Hid 'jsili Kccordiiig liisttict M lny win': Vein SI. II. Iladlcy. Ernest I'nikor. ('. li. I'urkcr. Ovvasso .1. ('. Chancy, II. I.. 1 1 1 1 1 . (Iconic Tli4 ti 1 1 . i, S. K. Wn.llV. V. T. Hiovvii. Kkialook V.. (Iran, A. K. f'ciejov, .1. M. I'Yrmisoii, A. K. Taiinrr, fled Lynch, ('. II. Cleveland. Jlroenvv I Chapel .1. S. Ihivis, .luliii Hatcher, (I. W. Musters. Broken A i row V. I''. Taylor, Frank M.mi imui, .1. II. llammoiis, i r:i lit Sum I Icy, K. li. H nil K. If. Jackson, W. N. Williams, W. li. f'razer, It. It....

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. — 25 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1906. A STUDY FROM LIFE , Br LEIGH ATWOOD Si (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) It was my first "allowance," you see, that was why I thought bo much bout It. 1 know now It ii Impos sible to make an allowance dr, and nobody expects It either. I was only ten pounds short at tba end of the quarter; and, really, 1 hadn't been a bit extravagant, excfp. perhaps for that lovely Jeweled muff rhaln, which cost but thero, that doesn't mutter. Dad scolded me a Utile, the old dear, and of course gave me some more money; but It seemed to me, I ought to save It myself, yet somehow 1 couldn't. However, one day all of a sudden 1 had a splendid Idea. I would w rite a book! It looked bo easy and pitld so well, I knew, bemuse Mr. KitiKswell, dud's friend, wrote boons for which he got heaps of money thousands pounds, somebody told me. It proved to be very much more trou ble than you would think. I had read somewhere that one ought to purse every word on...

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. — 25 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOELD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1906. MONET! tMiiU I M'jMr" ! jr i. j 'Jf' ' ry J' t g i ' i j v. I ; t .. . ' ' ijfl 'l j I . I.t ' i J' ' ' ' ' CU.1 PLAN IS Trie IZZ1 i,d K.- ',.,01 i i.. ; .() t,y ., " .i ' !.,; .. . I k Ml' ) 11 f.,i j i HI'. C' I ''I' I. l.l'V III! THE COTFEE KITCHEN Sui .-Ml'f lo Ionian tt I ilir -iluuriil 4Oft0 Electric Wiring Cwiw nt'i'a Ki.' '" "'" If.ijf I KM' tl.rtl Mfc-'KL' re. KM.'.!1-' !. 1 ''. Jl' W IMJ li Agent I of ticiicral l.lectrlt Motor l'rl.s Oil All Si.'- A. W. IUCKKR, Met trie Contractor in. Willi H.U- HviwiA li'H'i ta),oo,aoo.ao MAK TINIS f o 'I lie Drujist 4 East Third St. jj ji l j; v i n j: 1... i- 1 ! . 1 . i.i.i 1.. :,..' r I ,,: ., ,1 ',! - :;!!. 1: 1. ,., !..-; r. .. . I .., I 1 , . ' ' . , .!.... 1 t : 4ti!fit China-Lac I or V our I lu r mmJ I urninjf c. Shackle Drug Company. Dreamland Theatre Announcement Extraordinary! Tin1 lln':il.cr has ju.st liccii i-(iiiiM'( with a ! "11 1 1 stajn ami J Vaudeville Perform- 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. — 25 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WtftLD. YtI.DUl.2D AY MORNING. JULY 25, 1900. i'AL TS 7 i- -4- D 4 .all IfiiliidilL ep V' GLIAL Vur !; lionc 345s falsa Miinyfaciurini and Wholesale World The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. WORLD WANT ADS HERE'S A FEW DEEDS OF. LITTLE WORLD WAT ADS THE PAST WEEK: SOLD A HOUSE AND LOT; SOLD A FARM; POUND A LOST WATCH; SECURED A RESPONSIBLE PARTY wn TAi?r am att. T.r.AKTV RENTED A COTTAGE; SUfCLlMJ TEARFUL HOUSEWIVES WITH SHORT, WORKED A MULTH uoti WANT ADS WILL DO THE SAME FOR SALE. R)l SAI.K Several hundred pounds of eiuht-jMiint fuee Century Expanded type, direet from the Amer ican Type Founders Co. . I bought tl.w tviie to use in starting the World last fall. 1 now have two linotypes j in the ollice and no use ror ine ijpi. It is all in pod sliape, some 01 u has never been inked. Territory print , shops huntiiu: H,.. ...ill ,.r up t can do no butter J. It. Brady. 1 . . . . ,. n ,1 te v,l...

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. — 25 July 1906

,hb lvm. wiv w.:Ln whdnlkday morslvo, july 25, iooe. IN THE BASE BALL WORLD j At Minneapolis The -i-iin-: K 'I M nm-iii, li- l' I j lmhami li TO HAVE PRETTY HANDS SOUTH CENTRAL LEAGUE. Il.il lei 11 -f : I- t I j' , r ;it'l I I'M mc-. li 12 I) Yea -o r. Owner nd Jlot the Manicure la Ont That Must Taks Cart of Hand. I'. 1 1 1 1 1 n - ; 1 1. 11, lull i'li l.nlimi 1 . 1 1 1 I While. 1 I Btai'di.K of tho Teams t. I ''I '' s.,,,11, MeAle-m 17 1! f, i.l'i 1'. 1- . Tl I S A is 1 1 s Furl Smil'i I" 11 I ' ' - At M.lwaukee -1 "aire: i V 1 1 i , . 1 1 1 1. ' ' I ' To I'ort Smith. , . : t- ;, !..,- hull I. '.,l.i leave :M, .,..; (',. '..l.ii " ic.ih. T! 1 ' t inn ill probably I I,,' : in- In n. li 1 j . nine dux-, pln.x Sr. on I u ; ri : ' " '" " '' 1 Milwanki M'lfknRce. !); Tulsa. 2. M ,- A I. r . r l loir i. i hi iiiiij. Tulu v ii- ..uiplaxrd ex. ' ,,! 1 1,,- ,. hx Mii-ky" xi-tn.l.'ix AMERICAN LEAGUE i ii l-i.,1... full .,f "i"1 i ''; in 1 1 r i Wiih hnih l.'niii.- plaxim..' At Philadelphia. ...

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. — 28 July 1906

Cv -it TILJILSA EMILY WOMILID) VOLUME X. NO. 258 THE TULSA' DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1908. It is to Be Hoped thai Republic Idea Bears Fruit in K arKov. The Russians Are Assured that It is a Lot More Fun to Elect Presidents than to Blow Monarchs to Smithereens s -4 SIDEWALKS 10 BE BUILT SOON PROPERTY OWNERS MUST COM PLY WITH ORDINANCE. , CITY COUNCIL HAS POWER To Order Sidewalks Laid and Assess Cost Against the Property Rumley Talks. That Tulsa will have more and bet ter sidewalks in the near future is an assured fact. W. N. Rumley, chairman of the sidewalk committee of the city council, stated yesterday that with a few exceptions the work was progressing; most, favorably in all of the improvement districts. Con tracts are being let daily and work , has started on many places which ' have heretofore been mere mudholes. "I am determined that some action must be taken sooi. in a large num ber of places in this city. The Cur tis bill gives the pow...

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. — 28 July 1906

s THB TVLU. DAILY W01L9. SATURDAY KORKXNO, JULY it, 1906. ANOTHER FAST MAIL TRAIN SOUTHBOUND FLYER MAY BE PUT ON THE KATY SOON FRISCO-KATY COMBINE The Senrica Would Qiv the South west Better Line to St. Louie, Chicago and the East. For Rome time there hve been re ports that the Missouri, Raima & Texas expected to give the public another fast train out if Hi. Inuis. leaving there in the morning. Other systems provide a service of this kind for the Koulhwest and the de mand for it on the Kaly haw been great. A story eomee from reliable source to the efTeet t tint the Frisro and the Katy, which are now in a mail combination, will provide a fast passenger service on their joint mail train. The intention, it is said, in to rive a fant service from Cliicaim to flalvestnn and SanAntonio, which enn not be beaten by .rival roads. Aecnrdiivr to the story the C. & E. T.. a Frisco property will rim two sleonin-r cara out of fhica"o which will be civen close eonnectiona with the Frisco f...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 28 July 1906

T3 TVUA ' BAS.Y WCSIS lATUKDAY UOXJOXO, JTTLT tt, IK DENY DREYFUS WAS SLAPPED MILITARY CLUB MAKES STATE MENT DENYING AFFEONT. CLUB WILL PROSECUTE Dinner Party Reported by Dreyfui to Have Pasesd Off in Extremely Pleasant Manner. Paris, July 27. An official denial "was issued today regarding the rumor "that Major Dreyfus had been assault ed yesterday by a brother officer at the Military Club. The official state ment nay : "A denial of the most formal kind is aiithoii.ed concerning the incident "which it is rumored occurred last night at the Military Club. During a -dinner at which Major Dreyfus was "present. The facts are as follows: 1 ' "According to custom the officers of the First Cavalry gave a dinner to newly appointed lieutenants and the minister of war nutliori.ed the officers, jjxo their unanimous renuest, to in vite Major Dreyfus. The dinner oc curred and was marked throughout by animated sentiments of the most perfect good fellowship. The officers separated towards 9:30 p. m...

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. — 28 July 1906

Tin nn w klrOl n principle, therefore, represented by a The Tulsa Daily World J... J. P. HHADY Editor and Owner TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally.except Monday, one week, by carrier... Daily, one month, by carrier Daily, ona year, by mail I .10 .40 8.00 Office in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 866 Entered In the Tulita Poatofflce aa second claas matter, THE COST Of PAVING- The city engineer of ImliumipoliM Iiiih made careful tstimates of the relative cost of different kinds of paving, the result of which are shown by the following from an Indianapolis pnpi'r: In aimwer to the many iii'hI imiH tlint are put to him daily bh to the relative cost nf variouH kind of pav- hitu daily aa to the rclntive cost of vurioux foriiiN of at reel improvements, City Engineer Miller haa compiled a table which will interest prnjicrty holder abutting on atrecta that are about to be paved. In putting out this information, Mr. Miller has taken the estimated coat which ho figures on in making up a...

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. — 28 July 1906

TXE TVLIA DAILY WOKLDi SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 81, 1906. ROLLS OF FIVE TRIBES CLOSED WOES OF FIFTY MEN PRACTIO ALLT AT A CLOSE. 300,000 APPLICANTS. Since Dawes Commission Has Been in Force, 95,000 Qsve Hade Made Good Their Claims. Special to the World. Muskogee, July 27 At midnight last night the rolls of the five civ ilized tribes were closed and the work which has consumed the time of an average of fifty men for eight years will be practically be brought to a . close. The Dawes commission will have passed upon the rights of near ly 300,000 applicants to enrollment and approximately 05,000 have made good their claims and have been, ad mitted. After tonight no Indian can make any application, except by gpe-. cinl act of congress, and the biggest job the commission has had will close within less than a year,, just sufficient time to pass on all applicantscmr time to pass on all applications fil ed by midnight tonight. The Dawes commission was created in 189:t, under Cleveland's admini...

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. — 28 July 1906

TSS TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATU1DAT MOJLXMQ, JULY M, MOt TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIAK3 AND SURGEONS MISCELLANEOUS 8 i "JO AS is FHOIN MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! You can save money easy if you will just try our fct.00 tickets. It will save you 60c on every tick: you purchase. OUR PLAN IS THE BEST and then you will be pleased by our treatment and you will be satisfied with what we serve for it is THE HP ST OF EVERYTHING THE COFFEE KITCHEN Successors to Inman & Fowler Restaurant CORNER FIRST AND BOSTON Electric Wiri Eutcnuc Motou lEuwnuo Skins Envrmr Drui Ei.stTair Fn RmiDCMc. Orrics and Builuino Wihino Agent For General Electric Motors. Prices On AN Slies A. W. TUCKER. Electric Contractor OAr With HaHvK.ynold. Company. MAR TINIS The Druggist East Third St. B. LE VINE Keep her small dry good store next to Brady's Big Store. Bring in your Men 'a Seond Hand shoes if too large or too small, and in good shspe. and get a good price for them. We buy Ladies' Cloaks and J...

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. — 28 July 1906

7 TELEPHONE POSTAL The World W ant Department TEB TULSA DAILY WltXD. SATURDAY MOBJOMO, JVLT U, 1906. 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 Vorld (lets the Ad vertising Iteca use 1 1 Al wa s Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the 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 L03T 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 Several hundred pounds of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Founders Co. I bought this type to use in starting the Worl...

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. — 28 July 1906

TRA6T HAY Rfl Adjoining The Horner Addition NOW OW THE ..MARKET V F VV Buel and J A Friend have purchased this beautiful home district and have put it on the market in SO-'oot 1 ots. 'I his tract is located at the foot of Boulder Stre) and will adjoin the Magnificent Boulder Boulevard contemplated by the large owners of property in that section, making it an Ideal Place for homes. These Lots are the only ones in Tulsa situated Hige and Cool and abounding in Elegant Shade Trees. Why Pay High Rent when you can buy a lot so close In for 7 to $10.00 per foot? This property will advance $2.00 per foot within thirty days. Several lots have already been sold and contracts to build have been let. We have our rigs ready to take you out. Come and let us show you the Garden spot of Tulsa. ' . . . , UEL-RQOOLF rWbSTRflENT CO., Rear Farmer's National Bank TULSA IND. TER. IN THE BASE BALL WORLD There Ikih hen inure tr less .sn-vulii-tinn j.ver tin1 words itiult liy t lit various Oiler twirler who...

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. — 29 July 1906

TULSA HMULT WOMJD) VOLUME X. NO. 257 With the Issue of the World's Statehood Proclamation Today, the Management Extends Its Thanks AWFUL TRAGEDY TRISCO PASSENGER HORRIBLY MAIMS AND KILLS TWO. TO DYING FATHER'S SIDE Hoys Met Terrible End While Harry ing to Texas to Reach Bedside of Parent Who Is Near Death. , A doublv fatal accident nrrnr. red shortly after noon vesterdav 8 1-2 miles from Br is tow on the Frisco, in which Paul Reynolds, aged 26, of Alice, Texas, and Geo. Brown, aged 16, of this city, were horribly mangled and killed by a fast moving pasesnger train. It appears that they were sleeping on the track, utterly overcome by fatigue. Eugene Reynolds, 13 years old, . .younger brother of one of the dead men, was practically uninjured. Rey nolds was killed instantly, but Brown lived until the train, bringing him to lulsa got on this '" - 'ted Fork last night. Geor- - is a son or w. n. nrown, , . a car penter. The oth were his nephews. It se. mat Mr. Rev 'nolds, father of the Re...

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. — 29 July 1906

t THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MOENINO, JULY 29, 1906. 0O THE GREAT PRICE-CUTTING CLEARANCE SALE is being attended daily by hundreds of shrewd buyers who appreciate the opportunity to secure such Matchless bargains This great price-cutting event unquestionably surpasses any thing of the kind we have ever attempted in Tulsa. ONLY TWO MORE DAYS, Monday M Tuesday Two more days only of this great bargain event. Every Item goes. sidered in this great sale, days of this big sale. . . It means money-saving "to you. They will have bargains for all. . . . Cost not con Do not miss the last ;amie-Hamilevair El try goods Sompany Soxox5xdooxxo TALKS GLORIES . OF OKLAHOMA 0. P. STURM VISITS ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. BRILLIANT NEW STAR It ii a Precocious Child, Mature Be fore Its Time Its Representative Citizenship and Institutions. S iul to tlio Worlil. St. Joseph, Mo., July 28. O. 1 Sturm, editor of Sturm's Oklahoma Miu.'iiziiH', of Tulsa. Okla., is in St. Joseph, in the interest of his pnhlii-it-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. — 29 July 1906

ftl News of the Oil World HHOMMIIMMIMMIIMMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMl Drilling oMratiiiim are getting quiet in nil parts if the field except around Mounds. The indications are now the monthly oil report will show a decline from lust month 'a record, an many companies are Hhutting down. The on ly thing that is keeping up operations now is the rule that leases imint be -drilled within a certain time. When a text well comes in a fine producer, the owner of the adjoining leases feels that he must drill also in self-defense, and thus more or less drilling must be expected, no matter what the condi tions in the market may be. It is claimed that the Territory field is today capuble of producing 100,000 barrels of oil every twenty-four hours. This means that the country has al ready developed and has in sight more oil than it can possibly take care of Sn the next year, if no further drill ing is done. Taking 65,000 Barrels Day. At present the pipe line company is (taking 55,000 barels a day. .When 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. — 29 July 1906

.7 rib J. P. BWADY Editor and 0nei TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dully, except nioiuuy, uiw week, by carrier I .1 Daily, one moiiih. by carrier 4' Daily, on)- yi-iir, by mail 3.(f O'Dctf In Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 3ol Entered in the Tulsa I'oatohVo as second cIhhm matter &!&N.(riSli ETA'ltiTOOD PROCLAMATION EDITION The Wen Id edition thin morning is I lie largest daily edition t'vci' i.-Mii'il in TiiIkh, niul in hh In i k as any edition tliut has ever lieen issued in the linliun Ten itory. Tin World feels 1 1 1 ii tl llint in ilH Statehood I n-lti mitt ion edition it is able to shuw to ilie world such n rrprcscnlii tive number of business enterprises, and it feels proud also tluit its efforts to JMt'M ht TiiImi to the world lis she is 1 1 ii t-t been ho highly appreciated by the le lit large. It in confidently believed ilnit in thin edition it I no justly represented tlie viin) commercial, industrial and natural resources of thin section, and sincerely hopes 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. — 29 July 1906

THE WORLDS MARKETS iiiiiaiiii iiiiiiiiif liM fffffffffffffffffff' www Special to I be World, 1 Stock Yards, Kansas City, Mo., July 27. Cattle in the quarantine division ' here this week aggregate fifiO earn in four day and the mar ket has a downward, tendency this week. To-day 'a market U the worst f the week, price off 5 to 15 rent, even the belter class of steer suf fering a much a any kind. The pretty food steers from 1,025 lhs. upwards sell at $3.(5 to fUO to-dny, while the lighter weights bring $.'1.00 to .$3..r0, a few thin light steers be low $.1.00. Cows have not changed ho much, ranging from $2.3(Mo $2.75, tanner around $2.00, a few heavy cows thia week at $3.15, bull $2.20 to $2.40. Veal are off 50 cent this week, including a loss of 25 cent to-day, beat one $4.75 to 05.25. To tal cuttle supply ha been fairly liberal tin week, although the movement of cuttle from the range country bus not started yet. Kansas past u res are sending in a good many ulcers, which are a little ...

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. — 29 July 1906

TnOPROFESSIOMAL DIRECTORY r. mtZUZl AK3 sunless tz:zzzLLAtzz':z ATTCRmS AT LAW. HAXTOT. X 00 2.2 ft RICE. Atwraeyt-at Vint N:i"v. Bk V-tMiadf. Tii 14. Ter. C. W. M'CARTT. Pkysxiaa aai Bwieoa. K,At ?Wl't Kirt Naiwnal Br.k b'Mr. IWt 2A Htvitxt, U 8. Kjp. Tl'LSA. OKLA. OTY SCAVEMiER J. W. Maupio, rArc Tbiri and Guthrie. Leavo orden at polko edcriiartera. PlMMM 419 "JO PrilNTIN DOCT01) GREEN AND rUCE Dr. Hary E. Oie 25 yean ex perienee U oUtetries aod diaeaaea of Money to Loan at tight per cent Lean anywhere. No delay. No commissions. AS YOU LIKE IT" ! ABBOTT ft WOODFORD RUEL-RODOLP LTV. CO- woea and ebildreo. Rear Pamen' Bank. is MONEY I MONEY I ' MONEY I You n mv m'wy fy If you will J wit try uor Ikkitta, It will you V. on ry U-ket you purine!, OUR HAN IS THE BEST arid tkn you will U plea! by our Iroatnwnt and you will I h l.ln) wllli what wnswrv for II In TIIK llrHT OK KVKKYTHINO THE COFFEE KITCHEN KUitaseOTS 10 InmaH ft I'owlar We staurant COUNIiH riKST AND ItOSTON Electric Wiri i w...

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