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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORN1NO, AUGUST 2, 1906. BRILLIANT ORATION Or OKLAHOMA'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE Governor Frank Frantz Delivered a Stirring Addrcs Before the Republicans at Bartlesville this Week, Tlit following hii'C;Ii was delivered iliirin1; tliu Kepubliriin convention at Bartlesville this s week" by (lovernor Fin nk Frantz : The unxii'ty union;; Dt'iiiiu-nitH uiul the ciiiillili'iice iimnii Kepulilicuim hnve gixiil reason helium then!. Hit' political roiuplcxioji (if Oklahoma will nut, iui so many uppi'iir to lielieve, loiic niniiin a mutter of nrciilcnt or conjecture. Oklulioimi will i;o l!e jmlieau lieciinse it oiifjht to no rejuib ' limn. The Democrat cannot help tliemnelvt'M, for the leopard cannot change his spots. The next six months will witness the' most active, the most interesting, the most wide-'open-pyed political state campaign the-country lias ever Been . The re sult will not be accidental. The choice' of party ullegiance will not be casual or haphazard. 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. — 2 August 1906

The Tulsa Daily World J. P. HMADV liditor andUwner TKKMS OF" SUHSCKIITION. Daily, exrept Monday, one week, by carrier f .10 Daily, one month, ty rurrur 40 Daily, one year, by mail 8.0U O (Ice v.. Suarnun Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 806 Entered in the Tulsa Fustoflke aa second class mutter. A CALL TO ORGANIZE. To the R?pi.tlcan Lu.Ur of the Th rd Con;rc- Bionul Disctrict, cou.prking the Cherokee Creek, Seminole and Quapaw Nations: Funuant to the request of the National Con gress on:il Press association, a meeting U hereby called in the city of. Tulsa, for Monday, August 13, it 1 o'tlock, for the purpose of organizing a Republican Preas association of the Third Con gressional District. All republican newspaper men of tie Third Congressional district, aa outlined abo.c, are urged to be present and participate. THOS. A. LATTA, Bartlesville Enterprise. J. R. BEADY, TULSA WORLD. CLARENCE B. DOUGLAS, Muskogee Phoenix. MYRON BOYLE, Indian Republican. A. Z. STIRLING, Holdenville Tr...

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. — 2 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY MORNINQ. AUGUST 2, 1906. I 3raoootoiOoctcct:tcccco oo0coocctoct:ec9ctccccooocC9ctococccoo . UMBRELLAS One lot of about thirty all silk, with sterling silver lian- dlns, worth $.3.50 $40 ft $5 each, at fA.Oy TRUNKS. Heavy 34 . and 36-inch brass , bound, yale locks, worth 17.50, $S and $10, clearing price $5.95 SUIT OASES. Good, solid, all leather, steel frame, Vale look suit eases, worth $7.50, clear ance price $1.95 NAPKINS. Thirty dezen all linen napkins,' good ' size, worth $1.25, clearance price ; 89c One dozen to customer. OVERALLS AND JUMPERS. $1.00. values 90c 75c values ....65c 50c values .45c 1 lot men's nnlauadered shirts at, each 11c Get busy. ' WORK SHIRTS. Best quality, heavy stripes and blues, worth 50 and 75c clearance price 39c LADIES' HOSE. 25 dozen ladies white stocking, worth 25 and 35c, to close 19c GAUZE VESI'S. 50c Lisle 39c 25c Cotton 19c 15c Cotton 11c Only a few of 10c values, to clone at 7c TABLE LINENS. Pure all linen, 2 yard...

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. — 2 August 1906

THE TULIA DAILY WOULD. TllUllM)AV0ttMAOVyf 0vfT" J- . . mmm a A I A I I f""l P" A "T" "N m TULSA PRUhLtIUlNML umLViunY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS MISCELLANEOUS "JOB PRINTING AS One Mllh'it Mora ThU Your Thau Last I), N, North nnl W. A. Slmii txoio ltiioiiili'il lis liieuihris the lloui.l i'l Ivinulintlinii hist muhl t snivioil It ( Hose nuil H. I'', IVIIiin, reigned. Tin' hoard, x hit-It dlmnlil hmo not (n liuxini'HH oxer it xxeek ttyo, km i,,i ' session today. Tin1 HW assessment will lie Iimi'i1 lint loss limn I.OiMi.mm, mvulun! In llii opinion of (hose ill position Ik oalinuitti. Last )or I lie nwvwil xal-j tuition xvaa $.1,000,000, I On this aa a basis, I ho ta levy will , ho about 100,000, a compart d will $r:.iW Inst year and $,U,000 the year before that, j Tlii groat growth of the otlx, xxith) llio attendant building hunm, is tvs-1 ponsihlo for tlic increasing liti llmtiv. j MAIN LINK FLOUR Labor Candidate licada. Austin, Texas, Ann I, Tlnvo days aflov Hie IViuo...

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. — 2 August 1906

7 TELEPHONE POSTAL And They Will Send for Your Messages. Ptone 348 The World Want Department THE TULSA DAILY WIELD. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1906. The World Regularly Publishes a Uarger Class ified Department than AH Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. WORLD WANT ADS HERE'S A FEW DEEDS OF LirTLE 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. tUii .MALE Several hundred pounds of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct f rum the Amer ican Type Founder Co. I bought thin type to use in starting the World lata fall. I now v two linyP6" in the otllee and no use for the type. It is all in good shape, some of it has never been inked. Territory print shops hunting t ap can do no better than will or te J. R. Brady, World office, ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 August 1906

THE IVfcflA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY MORNING, AUQUST 2, 1900. IN THE BASE SOUTH CENTRAL LEAGUE. Standing of the Club. 1' W 1. Mi Alr.-li'l lli SI MuWe -I Vt ! TiiIhi l.i l:i Full Sllillll Ji HI 11 IVI. .till) .lij.') .5(10 .417 Mimkogee, 3; Tort Smith. 1. Spn III! !i the Woll.l. Mii-ki".i.i'. An.'iii-t 1 .--Muskojree won I n in I l.i' li:i'n linrlK in a f;it giune t ' la liv a mmi'i" of .1 In 1. Tin- M'n'ir:' I! II K Musk..L.- ;t ! o Fori Smiili 1 'i 3 i;,il lino : Kiiit'l ami M .nrni' Dmiliiiin ami Kir'r. Tlie Oilers liy pwil ti'nin work, fine fielding mul exceptional batting man aged tn defeat (he Miner yesterday aftcrniHin by a srore of tt tn 1. The gainc was dear rut and a giKid exhib ition throughout and if the loeals eon- tinned in the same hi rain Tulsa will have a tine rhanee of cloning the season many games nearer the championship than now. No foult could be found with the playing of either team. Tul sa simply out batted the visitors. The diamond has been KcraM-d and put into t...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 August 1906

TULSA EDAIILY WOMB) VOLUME I. NO. 261 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1906. Russian Mutiny Begins to Look Like Universal Movement Toward a Revolutionary War. - Increase in Number of Outbreaks Over Those Suppressed, General Strike Saturday revolt SVABORG AND CRONSTADT IN CONTROL OF IMPERIAL TROOPS CRUISERS HOIST RED FLAG Large Number of Warships Affected and General Strike Over Empire Colled for on Saturday 'St. Petersburg, August 3, 1:15 a. an. Although the mutinies at Sva borg have ended and the one at Cron stadt has been practically put down, tbe outlook is f till black The revo lutionists, whose hands were suddenly forced by the premature uprising at Svaborg, apparently are undaunted at these initial reverses and intend lo persist in their program of call ing a general strike on Saturday or .Monday. ' One of the leaders of the revolu tionists, with whom the Associated Press correspondent spoke last night boasted that the word had gone for...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILT VORU). FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. w. MWADY l-dilor and Owner TKItMS OK SUH.SCKI1TION. Daily, exci it M.iinliiy, oih- week, by currier 4 .In Daily, one month. Iy rrn-r 40 Daily, oiih y ur, by mini S.iKi O'Ticm in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. IlOti Entered in the Tulsa IWoMice a second class mutter. The republican juil y is stronger luday lhan ever before in ilit history. Pottawatomie repubicans Mill make I ho hair raise at the riming election; by the way, ihey caul their votes fur the heHt men eve rnomiiiiilcd. Shawnee New, :o : The remarkable tiling about Folk's recent speech in Milwaukee is not that he had the nerve to tell Milwau- hirnii Ihey might ti keep flie lid oil Sundays, hut that (I i v liMeiied and allowed liim to leave town unharmed. A CALL TO ORGANIZE. To tta Republican Lditurj of the Third Congres sional Diactrict, coniprhiiiig tho Chcrukoo.Creck, fijininulo and Quapaw Nat.ons: l urtuaat to the loquost of tho...

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

00 THE TULSA DAILY Wt RLD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1906. THE TULS ' C0X3tOtX)OX)eX0Ot)0 1 The Hutchins Transfer Co. Q QUICK DELIVERY. anTEIie World Want Department REASONABLE PRICES. Heavy I 'raying a Specialty Piano Movinp Solicited OFFICE SECOND DOOR N0ATH OF FRISCO TRICK Telephone 604 The World Gets the Ad vertising Because It Always Urlnjjs Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. nl tir.lyl llAAIllfllilll One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. One ine .vvuriu ic&uianj toH&a Lanrer Class ified Department than All For Less ritWttrTHiwtern Territorial 5 TULSA - - - OKLAHOMA Papers Combined. v 09ZZ90ZZtO.-fl09009t000090909(CmO0909090OC r 50 t)b, lire, a 1(1 guage 9neW " . m n 1 inder wilr II E itb, )4, al be J 9 A' OST Three nitls d milt" pup. ReWnftl for return.-IW0RLD WANT ADB R Fourth nd Denver. 8-2 ( HERE'S A TEW DEEDS OF n pST WtKKl- SOLD A HOUSE AMU Mi...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 August 1906

V THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1906. TRIES TO END HIS OWN LIFE FORMER BRAKEMAN ON M. V, R. R. ATEMPTS SUICIDE EDWARDS IS THE NAME Takes Three Boxen of Cocaine Tab lota in Fit of Dospondoncy in Muskogee. Special In tliu World. Muskogee, Oklu.) An),'. A man about twenty-five years old, giving liin nuine as Harry Kd wards, fried to emuinit Niiieiile liere by taking mi overdose ill' cocaine. He was liit discovered liy .left Kil nit rick, u messenger hoy, stand ing near tlio alley in (lie rear of the Muskogeo Til lu & Trust Cii.'h build ing, franlically wuviiij,' liin arms ami dodging. When (he hoy asked him if h was ill, Edwards declared a man was laiidiu'r in the alley with a revolver levelleil at him ami the man begged of his unseen enemy nol to shoot. The hoy iil'ormeil him lluil there wax no one neur and olTered to take him to lied. "I have tried to Bleep," replied Edwards, "hut guns are limits in the windows at me. There is a deep laid plot to end my life." ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 August 1906

nit, IUL.S DAILY WORLD miD'Y MORMNO, AUGUST 3, 1906. TO SAVE TELEGRAPH NEWS NOTES. YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY If yuu want to get t News of the Oil World IRONSIDES" rlv divi'Vti'' of ? ? r cn on tho n""mnii stock end a nctr dividend S per cent also on the common into one of those TWO-PIECE SUMMER SUITS stock. MtmtiN Hill THE HISTORIC FRIGATE WILL BE REBUILT AND SAVED. HOLMES' FAMOUS POEMS Popular Sentiment Often Has Kept the Hero of Many Naval Bat tles From Destruction. Washington, August 2. It lias been uHiciully announced that the fri gate Constitution, "Old Ironsides," in to Fie repaired and preserved. The secretary of the navy, Mr. Bona parte, unvested liiKt December that the Constitution, which was rotting in the Charflestown navy yard, be used as a target by the North Atlan tic fleet, and thus pass out with mara time honors. There was much opposition to this eourse, however, and the matter was left to congress. Mr. Bnaparte said : "The fate of the Constitution is in the hands of conf...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 3 August 1906

Y ! ; 6 THE 1KA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1906. ,j RYAN REPUBLICANS. IN THE BASE A pyrotechnic dixpluy of wooden lii'iiili'iliii'KK mi the part ot' llio Tulrfa plavi'iM, coupled with hii inuliility to tail (lie hall out of I In' iiilirld, uml hii exactly opposite Mute, of nlTiiiin villi till' visitor IllloU'l'il Smitll Me- Ali'sli'i- to inn kc a perfect show of the Oiler on llii'ir Imtin" croiiiuls yeMer iluv afternoon, to tin' 1 unit of 7 to 0. With hull' iu much pepper as wa- displayed in Wednesday 'h (iiiino, in tliii Iiil few innings, wmlil have Served til wore at hast ami priliiipn will till' Kllllll'. Wllill' tliclfi were ei iint' (.'nulls playx mailt' liy I lie locals, failure to Use tin- t" pii''', caused several costly plays. Delude was in lli" hux ami pitched a steady game, although hi' allowed eleven hits Inability to liit the IimII at proper times anil I In-ri to p-t it mil of the inlit'lil, wim directly ro.-poiisihli' f,r the loss of the tciiiiK', however. ...

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. — 4 August 1906

WOMJD) Y Vocoooonrvy,. VOLUME I. WO. 6 ,- .; TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1006. Wiftiiv Trouble on the Associated Press Wires Between Tulsa. ened the World from Getting its Full Telegraphic News Report Last . wi SOWING SEEDS OF TATE BRADY'S APPOINTMENTS CAUSE RUPTURE. DEMOCRATS ARE SORE Several Precincts Ignored on Central Body and Threaten to Bolt Ticket. Great eeds of discord have been sown in the ranks of our friends the enemy, by the appointment of the Democratic Executive Committee by Chairman .Tate Brady. Red Fork democrats are up in arms and state that they will in no way be af filiated with a party that uses such machinations for political ends. It seems that Chairman Brady of fered an affront to several democrat ic precincts by ignoring them entirely in the appointment of the executive committee. The scheme is not plain ly evident but for some reason the bosses saw fit to specify the number committeemen in the 28th Recording chairman of the Western District to not...

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. — 4 August 1906

THE TTLsU DAJXT VOaOD. SATTZDAT MOEJTCSG. AUGCST 4. IK. i - The Tulsa Daily World r i- A?ir ' ia i-t tv?jtott. Tli voter teJ titu0i ii; a lrwk jti widen. Pre- J j. v piady flirt oc a i l t J J!-1 ti'j- . 'T(riaAv-i fi-rm tirf-j- own rsc aid u'I4 !irm It .!! tl Lrd work. tu forn- CLOSING OUT SALE ON t t Daly. exert VJ ijr. "7 ttTW. . . Ijiy. Oft JT"-tJi. tit rvf jf-f li!jr. r fcf -11 -5 jir ' a iw ::. Vu tie ri'iiHifM r t. !eay l! 'jficj iulf ! ali jM-ryirj .'.d eatable of. i i .. aeriug ii (kjI f ia all btt .f lb tI 4. i I T H D M O.o in Var., Kt.i-nt, Ta-iH Street. Tic,fme !M, ., , . . i f lit 1' ,jr.f MnurK i,Le any gjnm4 Tsa f"wS:'V at nt.J tia ttJir f t'i'r'ir. 'Z tvi ri" "! rrf i tie ejf"t .f tbe fvlow- 1 ' f I lrt In tL L.i-oi hL EATU23AT KOZJEfS. ACGVST I IK A CALL TO 0&GA5IZE. To t E;ptliei3 E&Kf t,f 1U Tiro" Ctipt ccaJ r vr.ct. ratincix th CI trvfce. Creek. EtuJitlf aid $u.?iw IV-nt; PcntxU to ti rtxjLtit f tit Ka-'-tfiii Cos rjtx.t.:uJ Prtu atKcut.iB, a a.tii u ber...

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. — 4 August 1906

t:v ccoccmxxxxooooooooo The World Want Department The World' Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. The World Gets the Ad vertising Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING THE TULSA DAILY Wt&LD. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1906. WORLD WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. HERE'S A FEW DEEDS oTuTTLE 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. j'UH SALIC ISeveral hundred - ffVllltlll of eurut-doint face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer- ican Type Foundem l. ...

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. — 4 August 1906

4 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, AUOUST 4, 1906. HOLY ROLLERS ARE KICKING CLAIM THEY ARE VICTIMS OF THE OKLAHOMA POLICE SAY THEY ARE MARTYRS Strange Sect Preaches On Streets' of The Cities and Ignores Arrest By The Authroities. Special to the World. . Oklahoma City, Okla., August 3. Believing they are persecuted like the Christians of old, and having been interrupted several times by the officers when they attempted to preach on the streets in this city, it is highly prolmblc that a contest for consti tutional rights will be begun in the oonrts here by the "Holy Hollers," whose enmp is just south of the city, where they have been holdi'ij; meet ings for the past several weeks. Fre quently small squads of these jieo- pie come to the city and attempt to hold meetings at the street corners, but no sooner have they begun in their woork then they are whisked down to the police station and after given a severe lecturing and threat ened with imprisonment if they make another atte...

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. — 4 August 1906

THE 1ULSA DAILY WORLD 3 41 URD AY MORNIKQ, AUGUST 4. 1908. otoexoejoexjeoec) SOME people im ' , . 3 a r -an . v m - i v YOU? 4,1' I WHY DO YOU BUY OF MAIL ORDER HOUSES WHEN YOU CAN BUY CHEAPER AT HOME? Below we give you the prices aked by the leading MaiV . . Our prices are F. 0. B. Tulsa. - The Mail Order House prices are F. 0. B., Chicago. W e askyou to compare them. No. 8 Granite Teakettle No. 3. Galvanized Tubs, ! Mail Order House Price, 63c; Our Price ;u.r.'.M)c m: 10-dt. Galvanized i Fills, MaiI 3C! uraer nouse rnu, iui; vui Price...!7..:::. ...i... 15c Gra-.lno Ber - 5-Qt. ; ft eserve lin KMtlo v2-Qt. I 17-Qt Granite Dishpan ' V !W Granite CIZ56ranie j f I x Teapots 1 Pails j f l J I I V V 1 wr' J I man ur- i - ' I vir.s.'s a ''V- , iiijnijniicf MX,:.BMH... 57c U ;26c, , i;. ,39c, SBKiTZ, 46c cTg "". 55.i?eLv, 25c 35c ,,45c : :7 pncs f)ni;c,.,...iv.( . . - .......... . , Ktt'e l. j 2-Qt. ;r ist r, anitshpan Mill Urde , House Our 'j .:,. prlca . Mail iwuerl Houtt pries Ount ;'...

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. — 4 August 1906

.Oe til 1VUU DAILY WOftLD. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1906. UmilMHWWMIMMHMMMn 1-4 Off UP 1-4 Off For we have most certainly done our part. We have just put the prices down so low on High-Grade Clothing that any man with ; a limited amount of cash can now own a suit of Clothes such as A Hart Schaffner & arx, t(ohn Bros., Union Made, and other lines off equal reputation at the same price he would pay for an ordinary suit. ..... ' " We are also offering at Greatly Reduced Prices our Entire Stock of MEN'S OXFORDS, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, all Styles; WILSON BROS. UNDERWEAR from the cheapest to the best. In fact we intend to make this a genuine CLEARANCE SALE, as we do not intend to carry over a single garment of thisseason's goods if price will move them. Take a look at our show window, come inside and well do the rest. $5.50 Oxfords . $4.25 5.00 " . . 4.00 4.00 " . . .3.25 3.50 "... 2.85 3.00 " . , .2.25 Wright Clothing Co. First and Main Street 9 TULSA OKLAHOMA $1.00 Negligee Shirts .75 ...

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 August 1906

r TULSA EDAHILY WOttID) VOLUMI I, JTO.261 TH1 TUUA DAILY W01U). TULSA, DTDIAK miITOT, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1906. Now That the Airship Has Been Perfected It May Be Employed to An Advantage In Assisting Back to Earth Oklahoma Politicians Who Soar too High in the Blue Empyrean PRISONERS SPIRITED AWAY TO CIRCUMVENT LYNCHING DETAILS OF HORRIBLE CRIME ENRAGE TULSA, UNSPEAKABLE BESTIALITY . Harry Priester Was Slain With Bone of Horse's Leg for Refusal to Commit Awful Crime. The shockingly horrible del nils of -one of the most atrocious crimes in the annuls of the entire criminal his tory of Indian Territory, and parti cularly this section, came to light yesterday in connection with the mur der of little Harry Priester, the ;year old white boy whose badly de composed Dociy was rouud m a car of wheat at Francis, I. T., enroute from an Oklahoma town to Houston Texas. When the details became Ttnown generally on the street, a lynch "law movement was only prevented by the council of wise h...

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 August 1906

Ss TSl TUUU SiXLT WOELO. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. . BRADY Editor and Owner TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Dilj, except Monday, one wrek, by carrier $ .10 Daily, one month, by carrier Daily, one year, by mail 8.00 Office In Seumun Huilding, Third Street, Telephone No. 3f6 Rntered in the Tulsa Poetofliee an eecond class matter. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1906. A CALL TO ORGANIZE. To the Republican Editors of the Third Congres sional Disctrict, comprising tho Cherokee, Creek, Seminole and Quapaw Nations: Pursuant to the request of the National Con gressional Press association, a mooting Is hereby called in the city of Tulsa, for Monday, August 13, at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a Republican Press association of the Third Con gressional District. All republican nowipapor men of the Third Congressional district, as outlined abovo, are urged to be present and participate. THOS. A. LATTA, Bartlosville Enterprise. J. R. BRADY, TULSA WORLD. CLARENCE B. D...

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