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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 17 August 1906

TOILS A HMHIL WOMJD) THE TUUA DAILY ILD, TUL6A. INDIAN TERRITOaT, TRIDAT MOBNINO. AUGUST 17, 1904. The Election of Delegates to the Convention which Will Hake the Grande. State In the Union Is Approaching and Candidates are Getting Up Early to Take Their "Constitutionals" HAD SOUTH CAROLINA MOB DEFIES GOVERNOR AND LYNCHES RAVISHER OF MISS BROOKS - - , Negro Riddled WUi Bullets and Hanged to a Tree With in One Hundred Yards of the Despoiled Girl's Home. Ch;ef Executive Addressed the Crowd But to no Avail. Greenwoods, S. C, August 16.-" Hob" Davis, the negro who assault ed Miss Jennie Brooks near here Monday, wan lynched here tit 7 o'clock tonight, (iovemor Heyward made a strong appeal lo save the negro, but the mob was determined, and shot the negro to death. The negro, who was captured this afternoon near Ninety-six, was positively identified bv Miss Brooks. He was led to within one hundred yards of the Brooks 'home and lynched, a negro woman filing the first hl'0t (iovemor Ilevward...

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. — 17 August 1906

The Tulsa Daily World iarrHOTErouosTOiTO?? 1 ; Vi'Miy waa a 'ir enough unif nrx. T n.rt . J P. BtrAftV Editor end - . T,l,a lyitw and io rh. r.,rrif,!ti- lat center of a h..t sh-nt th : of th Sooth ! STATEMENT ON SANTA FE CASE ' - ar.d vUn t;i thermometer f.ir..l it out it pwiwiri t..i ii 'iu h.'h i.n.iri tuai usd tj t alut W m Mr, TERM Of SUBSCRIPTION. r.ly.f pt Monday, on wk, K-7 eamr Duly. anorith. nrrr Imly, yar, by 6 to B.iWmr. TK.H StJ j "'u,, mfht the Kar.aver of tn fU Air S.,w,ly com- te'-r4 m t) TjIm P'-toff.e u tWiib) cam matter, j j.ai.y lud a f nl f..re r w..rk. an.) in machinery geared I,, tn ,,p s,,(,ii. if 1 pronam mat in rr.en cooiwhi INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM MISSION PRAJ3ES rrsixr. IT INITIATED ACTION niDAT MORNING. ACOfS T17, THE OEOLOOIST. j .Uv.fee of th hon-iW haSit of "pulling liver"' rr.an ' aired to jrt thrniirht th nurht a.itm.nt ddi:'.g any black j mark t hi already reprehensible recrd. an.) th bii- r. -.f th cold dnr.k joint fori.! w factory t.rk up 1.? poi...

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. — 17 August 1906

.jriUiiWif TEE TTL1A BAJLY VtUI. FRIDAY MORHIHQ, AUOUIl 17, 1901 The World Want Departfiien t Pcxxooococ 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 Oets the Ad vertlslng Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING THE WORLD WANT ADDS. ARE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND TEET FIND TOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND CUBE LOW TOU GET A REPLT. 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. '.v 7 FOR BALE. FOR' SALE 8evoral hundred pound of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican, Type Founders Co. .1 bought this type to use in starting the World last fall. 1 no at have two linot...

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. — 17 August 1906

TUL1A DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUOU8T 17, 1906. HUT TE SENATORIAL COMMITTEE ML DO Something About the Men Who Will Probe the Affairs of the Five Civilized Tribes After Fall Election Coal Lands, Railroads, Etc. to Receive Attention. Deuvcr, Colo., Auk- 10. The in- vetigation of the affairs of the Five Civilized Tribe which in to com mence on November 12th by the se leci couinuiiee oi mo juumu - mittee of the United States Senate . may have a direct Hearing- upon me business on a certain corporation whose proM-rty ia located in Colo- railo, Wyoming ami utuvr wcarem, Btatca anil wnicn nave nereuumo I I . . II.. 1i,l. nw.nmu.lv lind practically a complute monooly of the coal market in Oklahoma ana Indiiin TerritorieH. There will be a "hot timo" in Indian Territory when the Ave in yostigiitors, who conione the mem bership of thin special Senatorial Committee, comnienceH operations. The work of tho committee will be thorough and it recommendations to Congress for remedial congres aion...

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. — 17 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOULD. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 19CQ. The Great Clearance Sale SPOT CASH will continue until Saturday night. no credit We want to entirely clean up our lot of Summer Goods in order to make room for our mammoth stock of Fall Goods arriving daily. We will make even greater reductions on the remaining Summer Goods in our house than we have during the sale. We appreciate your valuable patronage and to show you we do we will cut the "knife of profit" even deeper still, so don't fail to get your share. We are BARGAIN BUYERS and BARGAIN SELLERS For Wednesday Very pretty fancy cambric white handkerchiefs, worth 5c, at only 2 l-2o PONT WORRY For Thursday Choice of any Straw Hat, worth from 3.M) to $2.00 at only 19c CALICO! CALICO! . CALICO! 10 Yards for 39c SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! The sizes are very much broken in our lines of Oxfords, but those remaiu in); will be cloned out at a saving to yon. Men 'a white canas Ox- O fords, worth $1.50 per pair, at only OOC POCKET BOOKS! Ch...

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. — 17 August 1906

17 ltM 'sssssssssssssssss rsssssssxssssssssssssssssssxj, KATnOVVAH MEETING OVER A Special Shear.... :.':: a. v .-- and for the Pe wbo WANT THi. BEST. t- - "' :.he;vah i 7t tan. warns tocat yL'.isvas THE tl. 0. McCLLRE HARDWARE is wciai order nj Mock at all timet the com rVlSS SHEARS fcn give, the WLS.-? SHEAR iu now tstiCTtT. Th AxJj'jstaaent is so exact m earefaJhr matched tha theyaJ-r- '.- ?.--.ri.':. i f r i and its capacity to hld an edge. l Tmmtn Zji.iT Tt i Wm CALL AND EXAMINE tk VurA kit. Aurust K -Tim a JJTariiraTa'iBi vf '. tit n. ur tei iu ngas - --. . i .. , IN THE BASE BALL WORLD Axxuojt AaaocunoK - T k H E k h 4 WsaVSa-o. sad Bii i At At H.nuM Mjhri 11 M I lasfiatistHiii 2,7 4, Hat&ery Ptititii m4 RrnlU ' Hark? A.f H -mi. KaW. Bat'f.s Fatteci u iUr y 4 7 V 14 id Pnewn TV sewr Kc Paul G At Pa K H . 3 10 17 mm : Voy, Perkins KAfii)) eod Bis At MiiiK,hi Minneapolis 1 7 Toledo 4 6 hllnn: Tboa and Vag-r Ml.'.aJH and Abbott At Waakligtui. TV wn k H B WaaiiiAgia . rj 4 .He...

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. — 18 August 1906

MLSA BAIILY WOMB THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUL8A, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, AUQU8T 18, 1908. VOLUME I, NO. 274 Tulsa Extends an Invitation to Eastern Oklahoma to Journey to Her Gates En Masse on Labor Day and Enjoy the Biggest and Best Celebration in the History of the Country 40TH ANNUAL WAR VETERANS PASSED 'REUNION AT MINNEAPOLIS AD JOURNED LAST NIGHT. SARATOGA NEXT MEETING 'Telegram from President Roosevelt Gives Heartiest Greeting to Griz- iled Survivors of Greatest War. s Minneapolis, Minn., ... August 17. , -The Grand Army of the Republic com ' pleted its fortieth encampment lute t today and adjourned to meet in Sara toga, N. Y., in 1907. The encumpment, after an exciting j debate, decided that ( the jirotesj against the action of statute to Henry Wirz should be sent to General S. D. v Lee, commander of the Southern Vet erans' association, i This action was ' decided upon only after long debate, i' which at one time became energetic ;nnd acrimonious. A proposition to ' ...

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. — 18 August 1906

t TCT TTUA gAUT TOKJ. EATTLDAT ttDUiyC. A-PCrET IE. 1DC. DAY OF THE LA 1 ST y t, f V V SPOT CASH We OKLAHOMA AS A WHEAT STATE OKLAHOMA EAKCS AMONG THE VE&Y BEST JfcODUCEES. HEAVY YIELD THIS YEAR Om Field of 1,000 Acres Arru4 Twenty Boabela Bom of tbe hit Wttat Eilacr. Allbuuyb land uf rn "d ot lw, Oklabuaua ia Imi a Jatid of the hif wheat rainiu acclwu of tl. l,'uitd Ktatca. It i rtiiiuated tbat too tutl ywld in ' Urrtitiry tint yar will H)MM)MM) buahc!, or about third that of Ktia, aiiil uarly aa wip-b M.x'Uri. How ever, Ibo are IVw hi wheat grow, era iu Oklahoma a bo have foutid it rofilable to raie li-t on a lare arale. Antony tbfu are the Villcr rSntbrra of "101" ru-b, Dear tilia. in Kay count v, )o, thi )ur, bar vavt'd M.OOO I'lri of wheat with Mai yield of 17'(,iMK) buliel. The average yield of thin vat field wal about tenty btiehela per arte. Another bif wheat raiw-r of Kay eounty in I,. N. Norn. I'poii bin farm near New kirk, be plant annually about J ,000 acre to wheat....

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. — 18 August 1906

I. THE THE EUFAULA PICNIC A SUCCESS REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC DOCTEINE ESPOUSED 5,000 PEOPLE PRESENT Wilkin of McAIester and Gore of Lawton Defend Their Respective Political Faith. Eufaula, Aug. 18. Five thousand people pothered here attracted by the picnic and barbecue 'given by the Commercial Club. The picnic took place in a beautiful park about one mile west of tlbe city N and is conceded to be one of the most suc cessful ever held in this community. J. M. Graves, state lecturer for the Farmer's Union, delivered an ad dress in the morning which ws in structive as well as sensible and was given good attention by the farmers who attended in large numbers. The afternoon was given over en tirely to politics, Hon. J. II. Wilkins, of South McAIester, delivering an eloquent address and argument of the Republican principals, while. Sen ator Gore, the blind orator of Okla homa, presented the Democratic doc trine. ' A ball game, in the afternoon be tween Oktaha and Eufaula resulted in a sh...

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. — 18 August 1906

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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. — 18 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1906. OKLAHOMA FOR GOOD ROADS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION TO CONSIDER PROBLEM. THE BOOSTERS ARE MANY Use a Road Drag With Good Reiulti Want a County Engineer Established. Special to the World. Guthrie, Ok., August 17. The only good road work which in now being done by the Oklahoma Good Road as sociation i along the line of educa tion, says A. C. Titus, of Crescent City, president of the organization. The matter will be taken up in the constitutional convention, however, the effort of the association at that time being directed principally toward the creation of a state highway com missioner, who shall have general charge of all road work in the state. "Liberal appropriations should be made for road building when the new state is organized," said Mr. Ti tus. "The eustoin has ordinarily been that good roads came only with the development of the country, when the requirements of traffic made them ab solutely necessary, but is should be ...

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. — 18 August 1906

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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. — 18 August 1906

TEE TULSA DAILY W4RLD. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1908. ' XTOOOOCX XTXDCXXXXIOCOOOOOOOOC OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCXX) 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. ! I No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. .World ads work Vonders. The World Gets the Ad vertisingBecauseltAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING THE WORLD WANT ADDS, AEE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND TEEY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND SEE LOW 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 SALE. FOR SALE Several hundred pound of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type. Founders Co. I bought thin 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. — 18 August 1906

i THE TULiA DAILY WOIIU). SATURDAY MOENDIO, AUGUST 11, 1906. IfJ THE OASE Manager Sum Mi-Mimey and hi able sitaiit, Or. Charlie Helby, an mmitrtti It night (hot nn entrap ment has been mad for tomorrow with tie" team at Sulphur. The big Springs t-am is snir) to be a fHt one and tli local team i aware of the fact that it is goiny up neninst a strop? npoiticn, Nut the managers are confident of a' successful iesne Kvmrsions are to le run into the licil!li nwrt tomorrow from all Itointx iu the southwest and a mon- ttT crowd will be on bawl to witness exhibition. 'Die Tula team will pnt t'orlli its best efforts anil show the native of the Piatt Miitlonal Park what the ri-ftl game of ball is. Drew, of Mrnlccn Arrow, will probably lie seeurt'd to twirl 'itn over for Mi-Hir-itcy'a bunch. The fure from Tulsa nuiml trip i announced at 2 per, Many will attend. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At St. Loaia. Kirt gnme: R IT R St. Louis 4 9 5 NW Vork fl tl 4 It.itterie: Itmwii, Itliode and Mur-hal. Will.e and lt...

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. — 19 August 1906

fUILSA DMI WOMJD) in iasa3i i i 'ii 'Hi ii mnii i 'in i i i i n i , 1 . t iu. THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, AUOU8T 19, 1906. VOLUHB X, HO. 278 With Corn Crowned as King, Cotton as Queen, and All Other of Earth's Productions and Resources as Courtiers and Ladies-ln-Waiting, Eastern Oklahoma Feels Royally Blessed EARTHQUAKE WIPES UT DOZENS F CHILIAN OOTIES REPUBLICANS OF SKIATOOK RECOMMEND CLAY CROSS FOR POSTMASTER AT MEETING. CLUB A HUNDRED STRONG V Healthy Yearling, and Not a Tick on Us," Sayg Member of Organ " ization Other Skiatook News- Special to the World. ' ' f. Skiatook, Okla., August 18. Pur suant to rail by the president of the Skiatook Republican club, a meeting of the Skiatook republicans was held tonight for the purpose of recom mending a candidate for postmaster for the local postoffice. , The meeting was called to order by President Ferguson promptly at 9 p. m. The names of Clay Cross and Ike Ferguson were placed before the members 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. — 19 August 1906

THI VVhAA DAILY WORLD. SVXDAY JIORXEfQ. AUGUST 1. IK. t i t . . . ...... . ' . a .... . a . . -r. ar-a WORK COMPLETED jTTp'TvTii ns MARK ETS 1 1 "KLA''"'',A NttUi TATF niSTRIfTFD ! WORLDS MARKh I b jQRE LABORERS BOUXDABY LDfES TO BE MADE .-"' " lfa rl,L ,. . PUEUC TOMOEBOW. I 5trk ards, kan lily. M., A j- 16. Ojarantme i1'ly ' i""f Jd) moi.l to 3"J car, about the PROCLAMATION ISSUED!-" . uu ut te.dy. ... ! nili about lb Mm. Tup ieer t!d at 14.00, balk of the teer -are medium r!, t l.ftiO It-, it si) to ii.k. although I good many 700 to fOO lb. .iti were ! included yesterday at f-'Ai to 13.). Diffmnl drove of beifers sold at ' f J -v, tbu e-k. iwludit.g one l.t t- dav. cow. it rJi to - mainly. f- eanner 11.7.5 to il.lt, balm u.l convent delegate distncl. '? ff A r.Ke, sold up of Ind.an Temtory .ad OUalm. I nd e.:!!i.if the debate eleetion , ior -c,.. ..... . - ; ::.:... Tbe uii,v ha been more Coaventioa WiH Prok.Uy Be Held; ea KoTtmber 6 Cotud utu u Zxz'.j a. October SO. Kicial to th...

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. — 19 August 1906

TO TUUA DAILY WOSU). StWDAT HOKIUKO, AflOWT lfc 1908. THERE ARE BARE LEGS BARRED PUBLIC MORALS GUARDED ON LAKE BLUFF BEACH. BATHERS LIMBS DRAPED Suits Inspected Touching Legal Re quirements Thoee Breaking Reg ulations Walk Home In Barrels. Chicago, August 18. When An thony Comstock becomes weary of whitewashing public morals and pro moting modesty in gay New York, he ought to come to Lake Bluff, Illinois, "where he can spend his declining years in peace. For thin most remote of the north shore suburbs is a parade of prudes. It is almost a sin to mention the limbs of the trees within the pre cincts of the immaculate village. If a cottager does not conceal the legs of his dining table behind a drapery that touches the floor, he is in danger f a rnlinkA from the town marshal. And hs for bathing Mother Grundy herself could not have devised a more - intricate system of blue lows than those which restrict the diversion. To sport upon the beach in the At lantic City fashion is a vice that ...

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. — 19 August 1906

i THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY MOBNINO, AUGUST It, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. P. BRADY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dully, except Monday, one week, by Daily, one monin, uy earner Daily, one year, by miiil O.flee in Seaman Building, Third Street, Entered in the TuUa rostofflce as SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1906. EDUCATION IN OKLAHOMA. In the appliances and accompaniments of education i,. o... i.r minimum will be Oklahoma Territory end of the coining papers and periodicals, twenty-six papers, and MS weeklies, the rent mnii.nuinthlvs and monthlys. In the . seetion of the state, there arc 1112 papers and periodicals sixteen of them being dailies, l!ll weeklies and the re mainder monthlys and seini-monthlys. This shows a liifrli grade of intelligence among the il onininir tttato. The person who would be allowed to make the newspapers of fur who would make its laws. The well equipped with newspawrs, and average. On the day of the "run," April 22, 1HW which placed Oklahoma on the map, one o...

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. — 19 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WOULD SUNDAY MORNING, AUOUST 19, 1900. I tfWWflfftffftffff WWW WM Ml IHHMIHIIIHIHIIHNHIUHHHNII IMMMMIIHMMIMHII (L pre man isTcag usir The Rea-Read Milling Company of Tuka, take pleasure .in stating that its 1 igh grade brand of Flour, while practically new on the market, is meeting with general favor all over the southwest. It has re chid a phenomenal sale in Indian Territory and Arkansas and wherever it is used once, the purchasers have placed additional or ders. The flour i made from the very best of Kansas and Oklahoma hard wheat, and it is unanimously accepted as a satisfactory flour in every respect. ' MAIN LINE" Flour is made in Tulsa and is receiving general recognition as the leading flour in the city, A trial order will convince any housewife that she has done the right thing by herself by using Main Line Flour in her home. J C. J. SAWYER, Mgr. TULSA, OKLAHOMA HMMmMMIMMMIHtMUMMWMHI To the People of Tulsa . Fire insurance is the mos? important thing to be con...

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. — 19 August 1906

TO TUlsU DAILY WORM). SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 19, 1906. J News of the Oil World I The Bartlesvill Field. Imstion: "Tbe r can be beard cs- (From the Kistnirier.) Irspirjg t a distance of 100 yards, The J'lmt"Df well on 2S-2S-12! and ran eaiJy U anw-lled l tbe VII I dliklT. K. K. Fields bas arijj op t'tr No. 2 oo 21 2H-13. Bamd!l A O'enn art drilling No. 8 of l4 55. T1 National fil company i now drillitg No. 5 oo lrt M. Tlie liice Creek Oil eompsny it drillinr well on !9-213. TT.' Ssrfsuure Oil company ba rif uj fur No. 4 n lot (ii. Tht Stevner Oil company trot 100-bamI sell in No. H on lot 100. T Iroouoi Oil eompsny's No. 2 on 25-2M" u good tor 25 barrel. dr. Tie Mat son Oil company ' No. 7 on iit 73 i Minted in early nut week. Ilulh, Anrue and Mair have shot No. 34 on lot 61, fltinjr fd pro ducer. Tbe Coj-an Oil company ba shut down, tut will resume dnlliii? aain in few day. The Lumbermen ' Oil etpany tarluir a sell on tlie Weloh allot ment in C-21-13. The fotomereiiil Oil and Oss co...

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