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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 10 August 1906

i l000000ex3Ktoi IFIPLI YOU? 9 WHY DO YOU BUY OF MAIL ORDER HOUSES WHEN YOU CAN BUY CHEAPER AT HOME? Below we give you the prices asked by the leading Mail Order House of the country and also our prices. Our prices are F. 0. B. Tulsa. The Mail Order House prices are F. 0. B., Chicago. We ask you to compare them. na mu daily wouonuDAT moenixo, auoust 10, io. srai are No. 8 Granite Teakettle Malt Order House price Our price 57c 55 No. 3. Galvanized Tubs, Mail Order House Price, 63c; Our Price 60c 2-Qt. Granite Teapots Mall Or- iter House price 26c 25c 10-Qt. Galvanized Pails, Mail Order House Price, I6c; Our Price 15c Our price Our I price 10-Qt. Granite Pails Mall Or- der House price 39c 35c 17-Qt Granite Dishpan Mail O. der nouso Our ACC nrlca tJl i 3-Qt. Granite Ber lin Kettle Mail Order Op House price vl "price 20C 5-Qt. Preserve I K-H'e I 2 A (IRANI TB PUD "Y. DINfl PAN ; Granite Washpan Mail Uroer House price Our price 22c 20c Mall Ordor House price Our price lie 10c Mail Order ...

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. — 10 August 1906

4 TEE TULSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. 0. BRADY Editor and Owaer TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, except Monday, one week, by carrier I .10 Daily, one month, by carrier 40 Daily, one year, by mail 8.00 Office in Seuman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 3.r,0 Entered In the Tulsa I'ostoMce as second class matter. TRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1906. DO THE GRAFTERS. Wil 111 id N. Jones, nieinlier of the Oregon legisla ture of 1H0.I, wealthy contractor mid timber deuler, was sentenced by Judges Williams mid Hunt, in the United Ktates circuit court to serve one year's imprisonment in the federal i in. ) on JIcNabb's island, mid to pay a tine of 12,000. Joiich wan convicted of conspiracy to defraud (lie government, ThacMeus Stevens Potter, a well known Portland law yer, who watt tried and convicted with Jones, wax sciitcnc- to hc rev six months in the Multnomah county jail anil to lay a flue of .$.100. The above news item is of special importance...

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. — 10 August 1906

I MNN( IINNMI IIMMMMMMMMMMMIMMIIIIMMIMH A STUDY I FROM LIFE! By LEIGH ATWOOD TOE LAST 20 DAYS (Copyright, bjr JoMpb B. Bowie) It was my flrt "allowance," jroa see, tbat wag why I thought ao much bout It 1 know now It la Impos albla to make an allowance do, and nobody expects It either. " I waa only ten ponnda abort at the nd of the quarter; and, really, 1 hadn't been a bit extravagant, except perhaps for that lovely Jeweled muff .chain, which ooat but there, that doesn't matter. Dad acolded ma a little, the old dear, and of course gave me aome more money; but It teemed to me I ought to aave It myaelf, yet aomehow I couldn't However, one day all of a audden 1 had a splendid Idea. I would write a book! It looked ao eaay and paid ao well, I knew, because Mr. Klngswell, dad'a friend, wrote boons for which he got heaps of money thousands ot pounds, somebody told me. It proved to be very much more trou ble than you would think. I had read aomewhere that one ought to parse very word one wr...

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. — 10 August 1906

TO TULsU DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY HOIXIXO, ATJOMT 10, UW. 1 y . PIPE LINE TO THE GULF TEXAS OIL AUTHORITY THINKS IT IS CERTAIN TO COME FIELDS GET TOGETHER Only rive Hundred and Fifty Miles From Texas Field to Nearest Indian Territory Fool. From Oil Invcntorx' Journal, Beau mont, Texan: The Hteady decline in production and heavy drain on stocks in the Gulf coast region for the past seven moiilliH, together with the absence of eoiiilitiouH indicating the approach of a new surco of local supply, Iiiih caiiNcd a revival of talk concerning the probability of early const rue! ion of a pipe line from the Toxns and Ijouihiami country to the liidimi Territory or the Mid-Continent region. An investigation of u report that preliminary plans were already un der way, looking to the consumma tion of hiicIi u project, reveals the fact that while (he matter bus been thoroughly discussed by certain in terests reputed to he back of tbe en terprise, no definite conclusion was reached insular as an immediat...

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. — 10 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WtRLD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1906. The World The . World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. THE WORLD WANT ADDS. ARE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND THEY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND SEE HOW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AC COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY HAVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE FOR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OF YOUR FELLOWMAN. FOR 8 ALE. FOR RENT-Nieely furnished mi i i ' - room. Apply to Dr. Ferner over the FUR BALE Several hundred Democrat office 7-15-tf pounds of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Airier- WANTED To rent permanently a iean Type Founder Co. I bought ftrge new furnished room for self this type to use in starting the World and wife in private residence, with last fall. 1 now have two linotype Aem Conveniences, near a good the oflice and no use for th, type 4TmSUER' It is all in good shape, some of it tf p Q box 30g( CUy lias ne...

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. — 10 August 1906

G0MIE TO LASMD AUTY THE OF i THE TOMAHAWK STATE IS ONE WHERE NATURE HAS 8HOWXRED HEE GREAT BLESSINGS. AN ABUNDANCE Or COAL, OAS, AND OIL BENEATH; A FERTILE SOIL ABOVE; MYRIADS OF RUNNING STREAMS AND CRYSTAL SPRINGS; A COUNTRY THAT PRODUCES COTTON. WHEAT, COBN, POTATOES, OATS, EYE, WITHOUT A FAILURE IN THIRTY YEARS; WHERE THE AVERAGE RAINFALL IS THIRTY SIX INCHES; WHERE THE STOCK GRAZE THE YEAR ROUND; WHERE THE POOR OF YESTERDAY ARE TOE RICH TO DAY, AND THE RICH ARE THE RICHER TO MOREOW; DESTINED TO BE THE GARDEN SPOT OF AMERICA. DO NOT DELAY BUT COME OR WRITE NOW. A NOTARY PUBLIC AND ATTORNEY IN THE OFFICE. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED READING MATTER CONCERNING THIS GREAT COMMONWEALTH. FORTUNE AND GOOD HEALTH AWAIT YOU. THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN THE CITY. OUE MOTTO 13 FAIR AND SQUARE DEALING. WE BUY AND SELL FARM AND CITY PROPERTY. WRITE US IF YOU ARE THINGING OF COMING TO THIS COUNTRY. WE WILL GLADLY FURNISH YOU ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOME OE BUSINESS OPENI...

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. — 11 August 1906

i i . i j , MI WOtlLID) . . .' . i : . MJILSA VOtUMll. 110.268 The Chicago Bank Failure; Russian State Troubles STULSA HAS THE LARGEST r nrnmiT it r.c nnd I r.k IM LEADS ALL INDIAN TERRITORY AND OKLAHOMA TOWNS. EXCEPTIONAL SHOWING Second in Total Gains for Tear and Beats Muskogee 'Hands Down. Tulsa has gained a larger per cent in her postal receipts during the past fiscnl year than any other city in the two territories. Oklahoma City tomes next. The tiscnl year of the post office department closed on June 30, and the reports were made up and went to the department headquarters in the national capital. They have just been made public, with the aston ishing fact that Tulsa, a town of twelve thousand people, has made a greater gain than Oklahoma City, a place of 35,000 people, or of any of the other of the many towns larger ' than this one. There is no better indication of the material prosperity of a city than in her post ollice receipts, and taking tis into consideration, the value o...

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. — 11 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORXINO, AUGUST 11, 1900. The Tulsa Daily World J. R. BRADY Cdltor and Owner TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dsily, except Monday, one week, by carrier f .10 Daily, one month, by currier 40 Daily, one year, by mail 3. (JO Office in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 8T6 Entered In the Tubia Postoffice as second class matter. YOUR TOWN. FRIDAY MORNINO, AUGUST 10, 1906. A REPREHENSIBLE ATTITUDE. It in indeed pasing strange Unit a publication like Kturm'a tSulehood Marantic, llmt expires to be consid ered a ri'putuble journal, should join this dimiu;oKio 1' ml cry aiiiiint "caict baggers." It in, of course to be expected thill democratic organ of the calibre of the Oklahoman and it h lesser imitators should shriek "car pet bagger, carpet bagger!" at every opNirt unity. The highest conception such newspaper have of xIit icw in o bark back to those old passion cnegi'mli'red dayn, nir jjeiH, carpet bather, gerrymander," and to try to arouse in the free men...

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. — 11 August 1906

TEE TULSA DAILY Wt&LD. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1906. 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 Gets the Ad vertising Because It Atways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. THE WORLD WANT ADDS. ' ARE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND THEY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND SEE HOW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AC COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY HAVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE FOR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OF YOUR FELLOWMAN. FOR BALE. FOR SALE Several hundred pound of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Tyt Founders Co. I bought thia type to uae in alerting the World last fall. I now have two linotypes in the office end no use for the type. It is all in good shap...

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. — 11 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOUO. SATURDAY MOENIKO, AUGUST 11, 1900. jTHE WORLDS MARKETS Siieeiul to tho World. Stoek Ynnln, Kansas City, Mo., August 0. fSi-iHTuI rains nil over the country have mailo pastures good aim hippertt are holding llutir cattle ah a ruin, in view of tlio fact thul they are rauking hit; gains. Receipts at all points have been light this week, In per cent In-low corresponding week last year at Kansas Cily, and also a reduction from last week in hut h the native ami quarantine ilivisioiiH. The market is 10 t !" higher thin week, tho udvunce more noticeable on row, as tho assortment of eowH lias heen bet ten than of steers, (irass steers have sold in tho -iinwiline division t f.'I.fi'i to $1.00 for g I ones, light er weights at $'-'.8."i to $.l.fi0, cow $2.40 to $.1.00, dinners $l..r.l to $2.10, iylls, $2.00 to $2.35. Veals are strong, heavy ones selling at $.V0 to $1.00, light weights at $.'.()() to $r).(i.r), ami thev are niakinir Rood money for ship-jM-rs, considering t...

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. — 11 August 1906

TBI TULSA DAILY WOSLD. BATUSOAT MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1906. INDIAN TALKS FOR INDIANS TELLS WHY EVERY BED MAN .VOTES REPUBLICAN TICKET BLAIM THE DEMOCRATS Declares the Democratic President Signed Bill Demoralising the Red Man. The Muskogee Phoenix says: "It cornea to pass that the red man U dispossessed of all bin his land. He has been outgeneraled, out talked, out numbered, and pinned to the wall. Now it bag been said that the Indian never forgets a favor, or in jury, and there is a whole lot of truth in it. In the first place how does it happen that the Ked man eomes to what he hast The Red man once hud the pick of this North America, and also South America, and the Five great tribes, Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Chickasaw, and Seminoles, desired that Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Mississippi and , Ixmisiana as suitable for them to live and raise their young ones and after ex tending the hand of friendship to his white brother, the greed of the latter for land cau...

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. — 11 August 1906

TW TUL8A DAILY WOH. SATU1DAT atOIHJIO. AUOUW 11, 1906. THE CRAWFORD STORE SHOE SALE THE Special Price Shoe. Sale closes Saturday night. - "We are offering some special induce men s during this sale, and especially in MEN'S OXFORDS We sell NGTI LOTON'S and FRIEDMAN'S Lines. Gentlemen If you want a good Oxford or Shoe this Is youropportunity to purchase them for much less than regular prlcer, .' .' .' ' ' LADIES' OXFORDS We have them In Black, White, Tan, Oreen, Blue and Gray. $2.50 Oxford, sale price $3 50 Oxfords, sale f rice $1.89 $2-69 $4.00 Oxfords and Shoes, sale price $2.98 This sale closes tonight. Better come at once if you need Shoes and Oxfords. Crawford Bros. Merc. Co. Tulsa, I. T. Sccocccoooooo AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Cleveland. ( ('levelaiid-Vashint;ton came post- jjoneii ram. At St. Louis. .1 The iioore: It H E 8t. Unit) 1 5 0 Philadelphia 0 5 1 lotteries: Powell ami 0 'Conner Viiddell, Mender and Sehreck. At Detroit. .' The wore: R II E ; Detroit .'1 2 Post on 4 8 1 i, Hat...

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. — 12 August 1906

TOLSA BMLY ; WOULD)) VOLUME X, NO. 269 THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1906. Tulsa Will Demonstrate Its Usual Hospitality Tomorrow and Show Republican Editors of Third Congressional District the Real Hearty Handshake of a Good Town in a Good Country DASHING YOUNG REVOLUTIONIST PERPETRATES BOLD M1L1TRY FRAUD 'LIEUTENANT POJOTSKY" RE CEIVES COMMANDER. HE WAS DIKED AND WINED Daring Imposter Bearded a Military Post, Obtained Valuable Sec rets and Borrowed Money. Kharkov, August 11. There hove been frequent cases in the central provinces of the revolutionary agi tators wearing the uniform of an aide de camp of the emperor and going through the country announcing to the ignorant peasantry that the em peror hns decreed a distribution of all the land, but that the nobles and landlords were preventing the news from reaching the peasants and instructing them to take what the emperor hud given. A still bolder fraud has just been exposed here, which il...

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. — 12 August 1906

THE TUbSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1906. I HIIMMMIMMMIMHMIMIIMMMIIMMMHtWIM News of the Oil World Partlesville KxamiiuT. A rig is up n lot LMti. A. T. Kanrlier is drilling on '.'(i. 1). C. Priestly in drilling a lest well Hear OwawMi. .v Ih.Hiicllv li Co. miv drilling No. 'Jll on 2-LM-10. No. 1. Ihibney, on 127-'J!1.'1, came in a good (Hmmt. lHriisuill & (ilt'iin have a li',' li j for No. H. on lot !P'. ItariiMliill 6i liradilcn s lest, on 0-211-M, proved a dry hole. Jturnsdall & (ili'iui have a rig up drilling No. 1 in l.VL'ti-l l. Tlit) Itarnsiliill Oil company in drill ing a test on l.i-2tl-14. Bnrnsdall & tili-nii's No. 7, on lot 2!"). iH down 1,(1(1(1 feet. Tlit' Colonial Oil company has in a Id if well in their No. 17 (n lot 42. Stubbs & Iaiw will bring in No. 7 on the William allotment next ui't'k. The Reservation Oil company lias shot No 20 on lot (il. The Reservation Oil company will complete a well on lot l(iS. Tlit) Stevens Point Oil company'...

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. — 12 August 1906

STORY OF THE GREAT GLENN OIL POOL The Wonder of the Oil World Discovered By Two Tulsa Prospectors of Cool Nerve, In no line of business have more fortunes been, made and lost in double-quick time than in the oil fluid. From the time oil was tint discover ed till the present, old line operator! have ever been in search of new ter ritory in hopes of adding -to or re trieving a fortune. There is a fascination to the busi ness which, like the charms of old liquor, holds one a slave ill its tlieslleB. The story of the discovery of the Glenn pool, now the- wonder of the oil world, as frequently has been said, reads more like a romance, than a narrative of a fact. When oil was first found in the Creek nation as far back as 1901,' there immediately came a regular army of prospectors to whom the new field oH'ered prospects which an old territory could not hold out. Among those who came was Rob- rt Galbreath. lie had been living in Okluhomn City, vhcre he was as sociated with one of the large...

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. — 12 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MORNINQ. AUOU8T 12, . 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. tf. BRADY Editor and Owaer TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. lnly,exrept Monday, one week, by currier t .10 lily, on month, by carrier '. 40 Daily, one year, by mail 3.UO 0 "ee in Seaman Huildm, Third Street, Telephone No. 3M Entered in the Tula Poetoffiee as second claiM matter, ' ftJ3UNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1906. A CALL TO OROANIZE. To ths Republican Editors of tbe Third Concrete ional District, comprising tbe Cherokee, Creek, Seminole and Quspaw Nations: Pnrtaant to the request of the National Con freaaional Preai aaaociation, a meeting ii hereby called in the City of Tolas, for Monday, August 13, at 1 o'clock, for tbe purpose of organising s Republican Press association of the Third Con gressional district All Republican newspaper men of the Third Congressional district, as outlined above, are nrged to be presene and participate. THOS. A. LATTA, Bartleivllle Enterprise. J. R. BRADT, Tulsa World. CLARENCE B...

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. — 12 August 1906

'- !SfhS; THE t'! AlfJlOff TO.BEQIK WOJIK. , Take Over Two Yuri to Allot Land :. , of the Osage Indians. ' Special to the World. 1 ' "i' ' T Muskogee, August ,li. Colonei C. 0. ShepharcL a member of the Osage allotting commission, went to Paw- buska this' week to "spy out the " land"-which is to be allotted. ' He "' has not yet received his commission, and has not had communication with the other two members of the com mission, but says he is ready to begin '" work just as soon as he gets his com mission. According to the statement -of Col. Rhephard, it will take about two years -" 'to' complete the work of allotting these Indians. The law provides that the rolls shall be held open to new bonis until July 1, 1007. This means fiat it will be nearly a year before a ilual roll can be mode. ' The council has already prepared a list of 281 names of persons on the Osnge tribal rolls which the council ' thinks are not entitled to tribal bene fits. This means that the commission will have 2...

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. — 12 August 1906

TXI TULiA DAILY W0K3. SUNDAY MORltTNO. AUQUST It ; TINY TICKLES j! Kaminatiou of Deacon House. Aflr to ani:-lut time hi, meet ing and leave iun be U abused worse than bane ball umpire. The Iowa Democrat bat pleded their support ti Bryan. All three of them are said to lie fur him. Every man who smoke think he will n.e iim brace up and qait it In a small town lbr theatrical at tnnixiA Uo nil vary much from year to year. About the only change oiadr i in lb luband of the ac treMC. Ilrini' a rnru'ar reader jf the Century an:iT.,u. e d.-ire to Ci pro If.e b" that the uninteresting vii:an who u ''S-inif France With Cr.rle J'.l.r.," cmplrle the jour ney pretty kjh, The .rt:a'!er th t.n the nivr likely it 1.4 t- edverti. a "paeant." An atr- it apt to b pretty I! drs--1, but a man w! wnU-s boo : ks.Ls ilk a frump. There i.n't n.'i'b i jtement ia travels!. vi.'.f' you, ride in the day eoaeh. The I'u!:an i n!ay dull and u!;i!l-r-ti.'.. A f.inucr ih n.ii'l.tv f-uare in Li buin"o tran.a-t!oii, bu...

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. — 12 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WtRLD. ' SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12. 1906. xxooooooooottvnttv Tie World Want Department The Vorld Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern, Territorial Papers Combined. One Word, One Wedlc, 6ne Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. The World Gets the Ad vertisinglkcauseltAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING I m IIMieiSWaSMSMMaMaMBBMMSj DAN R0DY TULSA'S MODERN TAILOR World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. THE WORLD WANT ADDS. ARE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND THEY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND 8EE HOW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AO COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY HAVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE FOR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OF YOUR FELLOWMAN. FOR SALE. FOR SALE - Several hundred pounds of eight-point face Centurj Expanded type, direct (rum the Amer ican Type rounders Co. 1 bought this type to use in st...

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. — 12 August 1906

TKS TULSA DAILY WDM. SUNDAY MOUnXO. AUOUST 11 1106. AVFUL EXPERIENCE OF THREE SEAMEN A Special Shear.... j gTjFor the Dressmaker, the Milliner, the Tailor Tl tand for the Teople who WANT THE BESjSZ THE H. OJMcCLIREIHARDWARE. , , has in stock at all times the com-'XZi plete line of WISSSHEARS The Construction gives the WIS3 SHEAR its now wonderful elasticity. The Adjustment i3 so exact and the blades so cirefully matched thai they al ways stay shirp. Everyone is guaranteed for its durable finish and its capacity to hold an edge. IN THE BASE NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Philadelphia. The acore: It H E Philadelphia 1 3 2 Cincinnati 0 0 2 Kot (irimt: lhiirglesby anil Donovan. Weimer ami Sclilci. At Brooklyn. The score: II M E Brooklyn 0 (I 2 Chicago 0 12 1 liulierics: Kcaulon aiul Merger. Pf winter, Kiililliacli ami Mormi. At New York. The score: RUE New York 2 4 0 I'itNbuifr 1 5 1 ltatt vi-itM : 'Moliiimity ami Bower mau. Lynch and Gibson. At Boston. First game: It II E Boston 3 0 1 81. Unix 2 ...

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