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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 13 April 1906

"The Want of the World Fill the Want of the World" One Cent a Word a Week. Chickens, Turktyt and Young Vegetablet HEADQUARTERS SA TabpfcoM Mo. .V TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, l!H)ii. FIVE CENTS FXB COPT. VOL. L NO. 171 A. Conan Doyle May Be Forced to Again Resurrect Sherlock Holmes and Send Him to Tulsa to Solve the Celebrated "Letter Mystery" in The World AiLY. World, TUL D THE BANQUET AT NEW STATE ROSE CROIX MEMBERS AND WIVES ENJOY GOOD THINGS. MANY SPEECHES MADE Bill of Fare Provided for Delectation of Guests Eplendid Music by Grand Orchestra. The banquet given by the Knights of Rose Croix Inst night at the New State hotel was a splendid success in every way. 1'lates were laid for C5 quests, and the (Jrand orchestra of seven pieces rendered delicious music all through the evening. L. JT. IV' was ininiiable as toast master, ami responses were made as follows: "The Feast Obligatory," 1. L. Sleeper; "The New Chivalry," Dr. Fred Clinton: "The Moral lnlluence of the Scot...

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. — 13 April 1906

V-2 TULSA DAILY WOULD. FRIDAY, APRIL J:i, lflutf. Our Prescription Department is fully ninl perfectly equipped. Nt one can over fear that we will (ill n prescription improperly because w happen to he "just out" of some in gredient. We never allow our stock to run low. Our assistants are skilled pharmacists and every detail is under our own personal supervision. J. F. AYARS Second Street. THE NORTH END DRUG STORE Has moved In 110 Went Firnt Street. G. K. McCruery. I'hK. Mr. PhOTlP5? , W fruit Star X liWilCS. (2 rjf8) rui(i()nce HELLO CENTRAL 407, PELASE Tulsa Decorating Company TO CONSIDER STANDARD OIL SOME TULSA SOCIETIES. Rebckah Lodge. No. 27. Meets at Masonic Hull Hist and third Monday evenings at 8 p. m. All visiting members welcome. MRS. MAItY HANSELL, N. G. Huulah l'yeatt, Secretary. PRESIDENT TO SUBMIT OAR- j FIELD INVESTIGATION. : III COMPANIES ilBSORBED Dr. McCreery's Office In Store W.Allrt Cook. M. D. Kdwin R. Williumn.M. D DRS. COOK AND WILLIAMS. Specialists. Practice li...

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. — 13 April 1906

IMWWHMIHIWMHIMItMMtmWMMMMWHMMMIMj fv. MNtUHHIWI : Every man, young and old, should be at his best. Spring is $ iha "nmrnrirrniir" cpncnn nf tVlP VPflV. nrul EflSter marks the L11V VUllllli vv V .vfcjv vv 7 - 7 q 1 1 i Oxfords We wish to call especial x opening oi tnat season. attention to our complete line oi spring Shoes and Oxfords We've a style and leather to please every man in our UNION MADE LINES "Just Wright" L i These garments have all the ear marks of the exclusive tail- j $4.00 3Htl $5.00 "Stacy, Adams & Co." $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 i m We Can Clothe You Properly Prom head to foot for this gladsome day and you will truly Vkn o TYioTi omnnfr mon in thp snnrmv suit:, thp correct hat. shoes, shirt etc. with which we shall adorn you. We are exclu-1 siye agents m Tulsa tor the woriq-renowneq line oi Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes 9 an elegant assortment of patterns and styles, ranging in price from $15 to $25. We Are Awaiting The Pleasure of A Visit From You s i i Copyright...

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. — 13 April 1906

Tl'i fi ItAU.Y WORLD. HMIMV. Jtf'KIL 13. lfori. The Tulsa Daily World , KEEP up IHE n0HT r0B "atehood. J. P. BCADV Editor and Owner TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 3 ail. rept ?-viay, one wee, tjr carrier... 3a.ijr. one rv-a'-h. by earner 5ui, oa rr, tj T; t-:.oi b.i! '. in.Vr.r..' o'.:'!v i f t: .e r ..irrr',,1 e t t:.in. :;-. Ti.erc r tr.- i .$ .10 J :ti--ri t" hasten sr. tiat .& f-r an a.T--r:. That ar. .10 :'.e arms if. di-j- !. f fta.(.r. LJ-.C I bi... of )2a m Triable liliin. Sor,j .reel. TelepW.e No. ay. Enured in the TuUa Pwto-F.ce a --on-j eUs matter - f tf.e ' rirr sn -. lu.r.; i- oT.ridct.tiy Udirved by --i jj'ijr A the :t atf"C. The Xa;iur the part f e r;.n.i!!tt rvj- rt aa a'rtrt;.rr.t iti.::; re a -table ). rult in at -na! trier.. : !" titrh..! i.iar i j n '.t r :. an app.-"pr:atio!. l.iil i the belief f c.n- i:.t a T.'.at a:-rf --i J r 'tiah - n. at t;i V. APlcJL 1 I. I T?e via t...- I.'a.Vy j hi i:T-- .in:; lis- The K-k-r i'i i', r.i t t... . t I"""" att..-. tr.'!'-r 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. — 13 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD. l'RIDAV, APRIL 13 lMii. OOOOOOCXXOOOOOOOOOD HAT OCO(KXX)OOCOOOOCXXX300000COOOOOOOOa Specials For fbi say sm AT THE HI CLOSING OUT SALE OGOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXSOOOOOOOOOOC)OC)OOOOOOOCX) $3.00 Hats For , All the latest styles and newest shapes in all the leading makes of high grade $3.00 hats for $2.00. $2.50 Hats for Its This includes all the latest styles in soft and stiff hats. All the best make $2.50, hats for $150 ooooooooooooooo Special Suit Sale $20. Men's Spring Suits for In nobby double-breasted grey and blue serges, the best Kuppen heimermake. All $20 suits, special $13.50. $12.00 Suits For to) All new, nobby styles grey and blue Serges, long cut. Our stock must be closed out. ' ooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo BuoooooooocxJuxKx t rtixxxa .50-. OOOOOttXXXXXXXXXOOOOOttXXXJ COMPANY Tulsa, I. T. "THELAW AND ORDER MAN" By. M. C. Uunner. It was n Law ami Order man in n small suliiiiimn (own, And (his is (lie talc of his going up ami tin1 tale f hi...

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. — 13 April 1906

TUMA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 190fi. Tulsa's Professional Directory ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS MARTIN & RICE. Attorneysjat Law Suite 3, Alexander building, Tuba, Indian Territory L. M. POE, Attomey-atLaw. Tulha, Ind. Ter. j Blakey BldK. H. W. Randolph Jno. A. Haver j RANDOLPH & HAVER, j . Lawyers Opposite PoHtoffice Tulsa, Ind. Ter. Steele Building D. L. SLEEPER. Attorney at Law Real Estate and Oil Leases bought i and sold. Tulsa. I. T. DELEERT W. MEIER, Lawyer. Room 4, llalff Building. Opposite City National I!ank. ABY & TUCKER Lawyers Suite 2. Alexander Iluilding Tulsa, I. T. W. J. GREGG, Attorney at Law Suite 5, Alexander BIdg. H. J. COLLINS. Lawyer Office in Kelman Bldg. Notary in Office. Tulsa, I. T. N. J. GUBSER. Lawyer ' Oflice over City Nat. Bank, Tulsa, I. T. O. P. JONES. 1 1 Attorney and Counsclor-at Law. j Hoscnfield Building, Tulsa, I. T. TALLEY & HARNAGE. Attorneys. Land and Corporation Law a Specialty Kosenlield Building. EDWARD E. ...

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. — 13 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WORLD. FHIDAY, APRIL 13, YMW. ,7 WORLD 11 "THE WANTS OF THE The WORLD Want Departmant i the World's Bargain Counter-Rotter result are offered here for the money than in any other paper the two Turritorio. With one exception, the WORLD print more Want Ado than an other Taper in the Two Torrltoriea. ONE CENT A WORD FOR A WEEK" Twenty-five words-one;weok-25c-Fifty worda-one weok-50c Seventy-five word one week 75c-Oiia hundred wordn-ono weck II. Advertise your Real Kutato. your Ruainexs chancoa-your WanU in Every Particular-Quirk action guaranteed on World Want Ads. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AT THIS LOW RATE IS A BARGAIN INDEED FOR SALE. j Railroad Ticket for Sale to Daven port, Iowu, via M., K. & T., and Mil waukee & St. Paul. Good to April '24th, for a .fit) bill. Enquire at this office. 4-10-Gt For Sale First class ticket to In dianapolis, via SI. Louis. Apply at Marehal house, North Main street. 12-4-lit For Sale Furniture of seven room house, in pod condition. Hous...

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. — 13 April 1906

8 TULSA DAILY WOKI.U. FRIDAY, AWUL 13, 1906. If I ? A; a' : i I IT -1 mi ITER BETTER ROADS WANTED BY TULSA CIAL CLUB, COMMER BAliaAIIAIIIAII4E34C34EUEad C9 f msf.p w zysx X. V 4 i' ( THOUSAND FOR ROADS Eight ew MeraberB Last Night Eec retary Dockcry Working Hard to Build up the Organization. Buy Real Estate 40 . ri'K. tTi mileH nuuthi-axt, l,ricl' $17.50 Vr m-rv -i IS utck' of irixid bottnm lurid ton mHi-H from Tul anil two mili-a from K9Q 00 Jenkii. price per arrr IS airi'a on nnd one-half milcn f rum Kwl Kork. mux!, level lnl loil lanill thin i within five nl one-hulf milt from Tulan. 9? 50 40 trrm four and one-hulf milea in nn 30.00 price per acre in ....... from HKir. I. T., trood laml, per acre 40 acreti eiKht milea rrom i ijibh .i.-...! I... ..I al.pul nri.- ruirirri 40 acre eiKht and one half milea from i T"lia. all bottom, three room house, thirty AQ QQ acree in cultivation, price per acre . . ' )4aorea live and one-half milea from TuIhj fifty acrea valley land, price per 25...

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. — 14 April 1906

Chickens, Turkeys and Young Vegetables HEADQUARTERS TtUphon No ...tU "The Want of, the World Fill the Wants of the World" On Cem h Word a Week. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, KATl'KDAY, APRIL 14, Pmtl. FIVE CENTS PER COPY. VOL, L NO. 172 A Noted American Came Home Today From Shanghai and Reports the Chinese Boxer Overestimated as Much as One James J. Corbett Once Was Tulsa Daily World. THE HAN WITH THE MUCKRAKE ROOSEVELT'S ADDIlESS AT THE CORNER STONE CEREMONIES HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING Magnificent Three M'llion Dollar Structure Launched President in One of His Happiest Speeches. World Washington Hureau Washington, April 14 The corner stone of the three-million dollar of lice building tor the ini'inbers of the house, was laid this afternoon in the presence of a dintingnished audience. Grand Master Hrown of the local Ma sons struck the marble corner stone with the gavel George Washington used in laying the corner stone of the n.'.lion's capitol. The ceremonies wire followed with" the program ...

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. — 14 April 1906

"7 TULSA DULY WORUJ. SATIRI'AY. APRIL 14- :!. THE ELECTIONS5 mmi tulsa socrrrrxs It Costs Nothing RtVtkai Lcife. Xo. r. IV RliWIl Miv-r.:f IlaL' m ai I 111 HUUUli H,,; MiLiT SI S p. C All vis.'i- rer.Ltn : ,.. ... MR. MARY HANSEL!, X. G f. '. T... .... imi.i, .-rr;.iry. !- t-rr- ; -iv ..'..i w tt ." i & -.. '.!. r.txr: : !l kr.oiv I pooexxooooocoooooooooco 3 S 5 8 J Spring Styles ; are now all in. We hare 1 0 a Swell Assortment g Our Prescription Department i f t t'.i ;rlr'..'.j j. N; 't5 r t .J i'! i tJ7a t b t" tf w,r.t is- ir"-i:' t. V."e tfr j f.'xk V rtv. Jv O.r .. :n. are pLrE.r..-. i (knr i:a.! it Ldr car m ;.-y.r.&! ; rv.t; .a. J. F. AYARS Second Street. THE NORTH END DRUG STORE J- ... or. ! rt - if ''; 'r iro .r. ' .-irt. ei. ! ''::). Z' i '.':'.;.:. VJa'ljmir. one ,' ()... .,J.J f.j ..eve y-j. I ry a yy.:.r. sr. -J .' !.'. 'j;:'.!y yo-t c ;r.d.i'..n v:!I irr.: rove. ! K .r-k r-: r j & ; .-r- Jfo. KJ. .-r .-.!. by I'T.'f" !.! M?s Trr TiiT trt;rj is S . ",' , " '...

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. — 14 April 1906

"7 TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1000. 3 Special Excursions Several big contentions will be held in California this Spring Summer and Fall. Greatly reduced round trip rates will be made on these occasions by the Santa Fc Only room here to mention two of them Mystic Shriners and N. E. A. Mystic Shriners The convention of the Imperial Council Ancient Ara bic Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, will be held in 1a9 Angeles May 7 to 10. Tickets will be sold for one fare for round trip, $50.00 from Missouri river to Ixis An geles and return, and to San Francisco and return. One way via Portland, $12.50 higher. On sale April 25 to May 5 from St. Louis and points west to Colorado. Return limit, July 31, 1906. National Educational Assn. The contention of the National Educational Associa tion will bo held in San Francisco, July 9 to 13. California For a change why not make that visit to California early in the season? You'll enjoy it. Visit Grand Canyon enroute. Stop over and see 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. — 14 April 1906

tin MiuU.li sATl'RIi.VY. APRIL 14, lM. The Tllsa Daily World rOLLOTT THE PURE IN EEAP.T. NOT SZIT SEEK ING DEMAGOGUES. J. W. BPAUV I ditor and ( ner TERMS OF .SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, eept S ;rviay, one .-'. I rrn. r t .1') )a,ly. or.e ntr.'.n. by rrrr .4o :'v. on vrir. by rr.a i. . .. 3.'- .fx- n Tnmbifc B .i'di-., l .s'.re-t, T ! r.'.-r.e N'. t'n,,-.1 in th Tii.a P.'.. rf c- v?n! c-'.ii matter r : r. ATVi;iAV. u. : ; ' : '. : ..'I . I i i .1 ' . r j : !... - .: r.t t -! .'!. T'.rV ' IP. '. -r :. ('.: i a r:i..'- ! :ra Vj .. i..V. r. '.';. r ..! '. :.l ,iy M...M: e. . .. .f., ! i !:. ti1' nr: ! t ? f ;, .:!.. . ' i I .-X i ' . r .-v.--. !, ' --(- ' I't.i- :! ' e t ). .' ':''.. . ;. . r. I - . : -' ' r ' . ... ; .. ... -u ! ii. .iv - !'! ! :n.--!r -!' f t r : f.-ir pt .'! t r::t. l.'-r:i! :i (::-. ,r. . a- 'I v.idiv h'k .v.d ill tr.. iv I .it fc.j t ; c.ir:.p t J r r. !" !! - d.ii:'-r- that ;t ir " .' I T I ' f i I t'lc !!.:. ire . ," .i..'. ;'-!: ( '. t!. p!.ri-;b!e l.to-.d r ., .! !ri...

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. — 14 April 1906

ITLKA DAll.V WOKLD. SATI WDAY, APRIL 14, lflOd, (Si re ms SPRING. Welcome, merry months of spring, W elconie time df wakening Ci.ini' to life btilterlly, cricket, Wake up violet down in the Hiicket, Turn over sim iiml field in (R. furrow, ii'I'lier mid ground suiricl, I'oine it. r 1 tl mid Imiituw. MP m MP HI MP t? Tuesday 11 mot IHCGRIAT No Show Like This Wai tin Sem Befori In Tour City 1,000 PEOPLE 108 CAGES AND TABLEAUX 100 Imperial Amazing AoU tOO 10 Champfe. Bareback Riders 10 TW HTRDS OF TRAINED ELEPHANTS DOUOLE Kij or SIBERIAN CAMELS and DROMEDARIES Cenulm rjiarorlci Bears. Bengal Tigress and Babies 8 DENS of TRAINED BEASTS 3 HUGE CIRCUS RINCS 30 NOVEL MID-AIR ACTS in CLOWNS-A SINGING, LAUGH- Aft til ING LOT OF FUN-MAKERS 4U 10,000 Seats for 10,000 People AT 10 OO A. M. EACH MORNING YOU WILL SEE THE MOST GORGEOUS NEW FREE STREET PARADE BEABLT 1. 000 PEOPLE ANO ANIMALS ACTUALLY PARTiCIPAT IKO IN THIS OLOMOUS, SPECTACULAR, ROMANTIC PAGEANT AND TREMENDOUS FREE PUBLIC DISPLAY ASn...

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. — 14 April 1906

r i TOIJA DAILY WORLD., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1000. Tulsa's Professional Directory ATTORNEYS AT LAW. MARTIN & BICE. Attorneysjat Law Suite 3, Alexander building. Tulsa, Indiun Territory L. M. FOE, Attorney-at Law. BUkey Bldg. Tulsa, Ind. Ter. H. W. Randolph J no. A. Haver RANDOLPH & HAVER. Lawyers Opposite Pestofllce Tulsa, Ind. Ter. Steele Building D. L. SLEEPER. Attorney at Law Real Estate arid Oil Leases bought and Bold. Tulsa, I. T. D ELBERT W. MEIER, Lawyer. Room 4, Unlff Building. Opposite City National Bank. ABY & TUCKER Lawyers ' Suite 2, Alnxandiir Builtlinc Tulsa, I. T. W. J. GREGG, Attorney at Law Suite 6, Alexander Bldg. H. J. COLLINS. Lawyer Office in Kclman Bldg. Notary in Office. Tulsa, I. T. N. J. GUBSER. Lawyer Office over City Nat. Bank, Tulsa, I. T. 0. P. JONES. Attorney and Gounselor-at-Law. Rotionnehl Building, Tulsa, I. T. T ALLEY HARNAGE. Attorneys. Land and Corporation Law a Specialty Rosenfleld Building. EDWARD E. HARVEY, Attorney-at-Law. Steal Bui...

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. — 14 April 1906

I TDL8A DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, l!UH. .7 i WORLD WANT DEPARTMENT "THE WANTS OF THE Tt"thwa T t'VPaw7Hnt nr",in Cou"ta-t" - " for th. money than In .ny other paper th. two Territory. With one xct,o. th. WOKI.D prinU more Want Ad. thun an other Paper In th. Two TwrliurL. ONE CENT A WORD FOR A WEEK Twenty.fl, wtmU-oncweck-2r,c-Fifty wordx-ono weuk-KOc-Sevonty-flve word weck-7Sc-On. hundred wonlB-one weok 11. Adverts your Real fc,ut your BualneH. choncc.-your WunU in Every Particular-Quick action guaranteed on World Wnt"Ad CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AT THIS LOW RATE IS A BARGAIN INDEED FOR SALE. Railroad Ticket for Sale to Daven port, Iowa, via M., K. & T., and Mil waukee & St. Paul, flood to April 24th, for a $10 bill. Enquire at this office. 4-10-Gt For Sale First class ticket to In dianapolis, via St. Louis. Apply at Marchal house, North Main street. 12-4-flt For Sale Furniture of seven room house, in piod condition. House can be rented twt rooms will pay the rent. Apply...

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. — 14 April 1906

TULSA DAILV WOUMi SATLKDAY, Al'ltlL 14, 190(1. i i i i I l ; a- . fit vs'..T-.iv ' 1 4 I jr , i Ti ft nrr"rti-- Buy Real Estate 40 urn-H. ten nilli-it outh-"t, prir J17RQ pt'r mru . 15 ucrfH tif iuhjiI Iwili.m litrid ten milfn from Tuliw mt two nnlr from J20 00 Ji'nkn. price pi r cr ' 16 i'rei one nd on-rmlf mile from Rttl K'irk, k.xkI. Ii'vi-I land (oil land) thin i wlihm five and ontj-lalf imlim from TuIhu, 9? 50 . rice per m're " 40 acre four nd oniclmlf inilin Ifl Qfl f.om HttKirn. I. T.. khI Urol. iifr acre ' "'ZZ 40 arrva aiurht m.Wm from TuUa. OQ ti'iilwrrd land 'i'rJ, prl wr arro . w ' 40 arre oiifht and one half niili'n from TuIkm, all littn, thrtf room limine, thirty 0 00 ww in cultivation, print ir wet. . . . MtaorfH five and one-half milt-a from Till, (lily acrea valley land, pnre per OC QQ acre 7Wcrei aix niiloi fnm Kt'lleyvillc, IK Qn I T . rriie pi-r arre !! One hun.lre.1 and lifty foot lot on hill. 7 QQ prce per foot " Seventy hv o ie hundtetl and forty on went Kifih...

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. — 16 April 1906

Tulsa D World. Chickens, Turkeys and Young Vegetables HEADQUARTERS Takphon Mo V V(l.. . NO. K;t Tl'I.SA. 1NIMAN TERRITORY, MONDAY. APRIL 10. U(ifi. FIVE CKHTB PKB COPT. The Lynching in Springfield, on Saturday Night is a Blot on the Fair Name of Missouri and a Stain on the Entire United States "The Want of the World j Till the Wants of the World" j One iVni u Wind a Week. I Ai Li 1 1 1 9 it SHI'S OBSERVATIONS V. BERRY WRITES HIS IDEAS OF INDIAN TERRITORY. TULSA TO THE FRONT Promulgates Views Not Often Expres sed and Sees from a Standpoint Not Often Occupied. Tin following article is written spe cially for the World by J. V. lierry, 11 newspaper man of world wide experi- nice, now visitng in Tusla, and who fi r over twenty years was statistical expert for the Associated Press. Mr. Berry is a jrrent traveler, was with the 1'. S. forces hofore Santiago and sent the famous dispatch from the As sociated Press dispatch boat "Han dy." He has heen in Porto Rico and but recently returned fro...

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. — 16 April 1906

TULSA DAILY WtWi.n .MONDAY, APRIL Hi, Our Prescription Department in fully and perfectly equipped. No one ran ever fear that we will till prescription improperly because w happen to lie "just out" of some in gredient. We never allow our stock to run low. Our assistants are skilJed pharmacists and every detail is under our own pei-sonal supervision. J. F. AYARS Second Street. THE NORTH END DRUG STORE Hu moH to lit Wnl Firnt Strict. K. McCrwrt. 1'hu. Mxr. G. Phones: S3T Drug Stan. S.1T (2 rii'snt rwiklone. Or. McCreery's Office In Store W.Albert Cook. M. D. IMvrin R. Willlamt.M. D DRS. COOK AND WILLIAMS. Specialists. Practice limited to di seasea of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Also T-S Glasses scientifically and carefully fitted. Phone 8. Office Old Alexander Bldg. cor 2nd and Main. Tulsa Transfer & Storage Co. Ofllee in l,ou R. Stansbury'a Imple uient House. Phone 27i). Prompt Service. Household flood Parked and Shipped. SKATING RINK OPEN The Skating Rink on North Bos ton in 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. — 16 April 1906

TUIJSA DAILY WORLD. MONDAY, Al'IML 1(1, lfMMl. 3 IN EVIDENCE TOMBSTONES Special Excursions Several bijf conventions will be bold in California Ibis Spring, Summer and Kail. (iroatl.T reduced round trip rates will be made on (bene occasions by the Sauta Fe. Only room bere to mention to of tliem Mystic Shiners and X. K. A. ( Mystic Shriners The convention of the Imperial Council Ancient Ara bic Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, will be held in Ixb Angeles May 7 to 10. Tickets will be sold for one fare for round trip, $.'0.00 from Missouri ri?er to Los An feles and return, and to San Francisco and return. One way via Portland, $12.50 higher. On sale April 25 to May 3 from St. Louis and points west to Colorado. Return limit, July 31, 1000. National Educational Assn. The convention of the National Educational Associa tion will be held in San Francisco, July 9 to 13. California For a change why not make that visit to California early in the season! You'll enjoy it. Visit Grand Canyon en...

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. — 16 April 1906

Tub Tulsa Daily World J. V. HIMUY Ilditor and Owner EVERY MAN IWUWJ and CHILD TERMS OF SUBSCKMTION. Huily, except Sunday, one week, by carrier $ .10 Daily, one month, by carrier Daily, one year, by mail 3-00 Office in Seaman ftuildim,', Third Street, Telephone No. :i.r6 THAT Ik Entered in the Tulaa I'ontofliee an second clans matter. SHOULD MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE OUR LINE OF BISHOP SAWS IN THE NEXT WEEK MONDAY. Al'UlIi Hi, HHlii. Masher ill notice that when llie.V Veeeive i .severe lieaiiny at tin hands I' an indignant hnshainl, tin' police ju-tice ilnesii'i ecuisider it any mitigation of tl lTence. The .Massachusetts supreme eoiirl lias decided llial the alienation of a husband ' all'ections is actionable. Pret ty soon there will be very little amusement of any kind permitted by the cuurU. The Pennsylvania 11. i. claims to have found a way to shorten the distance between Chicago and New York 150 miles, although the general impretsion is that the cities should be kept as far apart a...

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