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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 19 August 1906

THE TULIA DAILY IP 4 ELD. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1900. T XXXXXXXXXCOOCXO XXX kxxxxx ooooooocoooooocoooococioooo 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 vertislngBecause 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 WORLD WANT ADDS. AEE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND TOY FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND SEE IOW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AC COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS -AND RELIABILITY THEY HAVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE F OR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OF YOUR FELLOWMAN. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Several hundred pound of eight-point face Century ttipanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Founders Co. I bought this type to use in starting the World last...

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. — 19 August 1906

TZ ;iU AZLT WvttD. STTDaT at 01X1X0. AUGUST H 1KC MAKES THEM LIKE NEW IfJ THE BASE BALL WORLD junovAi, lzagtx j axezicax a&sociaticx At B.V Lout. it rv,u car r.rrt rktw: E 71 ".?: Z II E J A CKA-LES TTFEX2TEE IX- ?ah, co. doiso a oyi;E- H L'iu I 2 x.t .- ''; i 13 1 j-i :: :i z u.-Mi.: i ;;.. k-;iflt- I..ui tt.f Ai PauVcr tnn : 2 ii ( JVtiir " 4 1 ' J:.r...i yv 2 7 2 ' J er fu " we. I , - j At ClMV- Tm.t- - H rajf.v 4 11 V i 2 7 2 fiiV.T.er fcf. fcd ill'. Vf-! At C cittft t "vii r : K II E TV B H EJ if. v. .!:. 1- 2 : vu, " 7 1 Jin.ro - 2, liarv-r.. : I: -v Of f-ko. fonr-: f rw'. WLcr . j M , i rjuja aiJ !.i4. Km lV-ig n4 'tiiu- j At SfJwaix- AJCE2ICA5 LZAGTIv ii B H L IM. .tiW : '' 1 AtFl-i-; - '!u.i.; : $ 1 Ti K II E ,:-,-..: JVr:,v I Kv,.; pi.-iuVii-e 3;KC -4 H"). I. . V 11 , p.r. J'.:r. PVwei. Vj:r At Zouml Is.t -- B II F. f'.(4jv: '.sr 4 'r.r. At Wti(to- KrW t;na: B H E 2 4 4 OrtU.v.4 4 7 1 At 5e Turk. , Tt ie: B 11 E Nir Vvrtt 0 5 e 1.. 10 U r With Tulsa Jokers Jim (iiillt ...

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. — 21 August 1906

fl 13A EMILY WOIRILE THE TULSA DAILY WOBLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1906. 276 If Illinois Withstands the ANOTHER BRYAN ENDORSEMENT ILLINOIS TO DECLARE FOR THE NEBRASKAN TODAY. STORMY TIME EXPECTED But This Will Make No Difference in Regard to the Sentiment for the Twice Defeated Prophet. Peoria, III., Aug. 20. Whether it pleases him or not, "William J. Bryan will be endorsed as the next presiden tial candidate of the democratic par ty by the democratic state convention of Illinois, which will be called to or der tomorrow at 11 a. m. ""' '' Bryan has stated that under cer tain conditions he does not care for the endorsement of the Illinois dem ocracy, hut this will have little bear ing on the convention and Bryan will be endorsed irrespective of the fact that he has announced that he does not care for the approval of the dem ocrats of the state oflicially if Roger C. Sullivan, of Chicago, is allowed by the convention to retain the posi tion of national committeem...

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. — 21 August 1906

t THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1908- 0 September 1 September 1 MifllfEtlherideL0)O Co 1 V, 10 yards Calico lasts for Summer " . i Prices still lower Men's and Our entire stock cost. PROPERTY LOSS IS 250 MILLION Awrcii loss or life by Val paraiso EARTHQUAKE. DETAILS OF DISASTER Many Large Adjacent Towm Art Des troyed 2 Shock Felt Thursday Nighv Fire Consuming City. There eontinuea confusion of state ments an to the magnitude of the din aster to Valparaiso caused by the earthquake shock which began on Thursday, August 16, and continued at frequent interval throughout that and the next two day. Dispatches from Valparaiso to the Associated PreM state that a moder ate estimate of the fatalities is 2,000, mnA that nrnrutrtv liuu mHV he an bifrh an r.000,000, which latter is aa great an the loss sustained by oan IViiuidwi !n ifiniiiinie of the earthquake and Are which devastated that fity last April. A Mfnmi. l Imtt arrived at Kan n ntum. - - - ---- tiago plre the known dead ...

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. — 21 August 1906

TZ3 mCA DA&T W9SZ3 TUESDAY, AUOUBT 81, 1906 i The Rea-Read Milling Company of Tulsa, take pleasure in stating that its high grade brand of Flour, while practically new on the market, is meeting with general favor all over the southwest. It has reuhed a phenomenal sale in Indian Territory and Arkansas and wherever it is used once, the purchasers have placed additional or ders. The flour is 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. ' U fit APIA'S M1LLIK1 C. J. SAWYER, Mgr. and LEVATOfi e. TULSA, OKLAHOMA H : .. mlll, .mi MiH ""'"" i - . 1 A UNIQUE TtEUNlON I ,1 To the People of Tulsa Fire insurance is the most important thing to be considered in re gard to yo...

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. — 21 August 1906

TH2 TITJA DAILY WORLD. TUSDAT. ACGtt 11. IK. The Tulsa Daily World J. 9. BftADY Editor and Owner TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily.txcept Monday, on week, by eamr... Duly, on monta. by earner Daily, on year, by mail .1 .10 . 1 IRELAN OUT OP HIS JXEMEKT OAe in Seaman Building, Third Street, TlnooB No. Entered in U Tuk Poatoffic aa second class matter. THE CHILEAN EARTHQUAKE. Hubert (i. Irigertoll, the great agnostic, rcoittd the fact thai tbe oiily asy u attack truth aa by lb say of ridicule, la Li great debar win T. lie Witt Tal-: ma'e on the question of Christianity, he arldoCn wfwt d ; sound rrasonirj; to rlmco hi argument, lit found an j aier n,eihi of drawing the crowd tu Lian, by eaUusg at- ter.ti-u to Tiu.vt's huge feet, and mi.:ug lie qM-- tio: "Horn raa a sn so n.rb run lu f,. be expected! tu bat a besdf" There aa bu si. in tbi. or argu ment, either, but it set the pr,!e 10 U.agi.iar, aid source a l or iigtrw-ii. ) lllllllll IIIIIIIIMI II I i - . mm a . t t t T News of the UH Wor...

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. — 21 August 1906

THE tm.SK DAILY WOKLD. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1906. I DON. QUIXOTE STUNT- Chief of Police rights " Windmill!" on Hoiseback. Chief of 1'olioe Ruber tlid a Don Quixote ktunt Sunday afternoon, lie didn't thiht any windmills, but he saw visions similar to the re doubtable Don of fubled history. Wal ter Jefferson, a Creek Indian, filled up on too much of the stuff that ..i .., i at tli umne time Hiebri- i-ui-trii nu m - . , ..... ar..! ,r,.i.(ld tO B 1)111 He bimselt ties, by (fBlIopinK l d(,wa t,ie , of the city, v niei naurr -.. itiK out" a horse which Noah trank, .deputy marshal from Sapulpa, had just bought, and spying th eavortimr aborigine, aet out hot foot in .that direction. A spirited race fol- i ,.i wiiii.li limn)! were even, until the contestant had readied the fields of the country south two nines. Ro,u.rta nt ovinia transnirinif there -are conflii'tinjr. Chief Baber states .that Jefferson would not neeu an r :maiids to halt, and wan only stopped when a bullet was sent into the ...

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. — 21 August 1906

TKZ 771U JAST rCXLS. tnOiT, ir5CT C 1JL iirrr i Tiff CI S' XeS&lTULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY VJLU A I UUi j GREATEfi OKLAHOMA RANK'S PAPER VHT HAPPENED AT STAIILVFELS ui j-L:iiu-.j(wi :tu j: wrs pey-j Unas Jie ii.!r tis rjt ux ttitra; u f S-p- I :ai.Wj Z, :.i.!tft as id k-fx ' .V.w:; tin-ufiii ...- i a i: ATTCXTS AT LAV. PHTSJCUXS AX3 DSCOLAXEOUS ccixixooococcoccrxccoxc ti fC.Utt JlLUXT COCK. 1L D. rrpxxr accowtaxt. Beta 0yo4 u4 Aaiarf. Cvrpnxz AecnrU ft Btcuhy. f. J. EHOJtT. ocj kit rrma u:ai crm rr.;i s crrrrxn s rixrr ;t iui' j.ti:iiti J-.m. alto Cxj it uf .i n - iwi- r.j. a.i.f lit rr.Ttt ifici'n Ljrl 21 f.iv iTtn:ti.. A3tinaya-a Lrw. f tte Et, Cat, DfCK T jaic X I TtLm I. Ter. FLEECED OHIO fLAVSEED. (BijiiiLcas Xurt I Tm. un 1 Imtj. u u Oi Cat A wU liuZ nt BJU. (rTfcc a ( tClrty fci,r rl'iMM-llr'I Hit wCjt tr:n tut I xiia. ?rur. . W. .. . fj . ....... ,fm a iulitvvir f- I'"t; if 1 drtft tmi traij ltd U k wrifc MMt. IL C Lir. n-rrfc.J4 5 Vrr tiitu. Ai. tki aO;.ei ti pflj' t ...

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. — 21 August 1906

T IOOCXXXXWXXau.,-., oooocoooooooooooooocoooooo 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 vertlsing Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. latest and Most Fashionable '. I.i, ' Hi . ImIoT ' !' d 'iu TAILORING TEB TULSA DAILY WELD. TUESDAY, AUOUST 21, 1900. THE WORLD WANT ADDS. . ABE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND TEEY FIND YOUE FRIENDS AT HOME. TRY ONE AND SEE mOW 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. FOB BALE. ,1'OR SALE Sevoral hundred pounds of eight-point face Century expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Foundera Co. , I bought thin type to nee in starti...

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. — 21 August 1906

THE -CLSA DAILT WORLB. TUESDAY, AUGUST tt. 190. NEW JERSEY 'RtCKISHAS. TsSlUU mt Taavkaa Xaie Xaa Xa44 fx Ortamt wit Q4 Kaswlta. IN THE BASE BALL WORLD Tulsa, 0; Sulphur Sprl&gi, I. Tula played a fat, clean Kts at Sulphur Springs Sunday. Tee team was competed of home bys, with (b tir,n tit Smith and Sextan. The bit aere few and far between, Tuua SM-urin? two mild Sulphur beiny eon tented lib fjur tingle. Neither team had the slightest snow to score iad tb (rime was railed at the end of the mrith inning to allow the Tuka team to catch their train, fvlbr uui Sexton earned off the fielding honors, while Orubb and Scxlou I eared iht two hiu credited to Tul sa. Dave pitched fine ball, baring a strike out record of twelve, bile An derson, for Sulphur, fanned fourteen of the visitors. Considering the fart that the team Sunday wan composed of entirely new men, the gauie it remarkably fat, two error being chalked up against Tulsa, while the Sulphur bya were charged up with only one bobbl...

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. — 22 August 1906

r ULSA VOLUME 1, NO. .176 TULSA DAILY WOULD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 82,1906. :0n the Eighth' Page this Horning Will Be Found the Official Hap of the Constitutor.:! Delegates Districts of the State of Oklahoma as Prepared by the Districting Committee 1 U11LI1 UaiTIL. Ill ULL.11.. 1 ILLU E. E. HARPER, A LABORER, IS BEATEN AND SHOT TO DEATH. .JOE MORRIS SUSPECTED i Crime Followed a Row Oyer Cuds. '' ' Occurred at Buxton 'i Restaur ant at 1:30 a. m., Yesterday. " '( ! i'. . E. E. Harper, familiarly known as Texas," a laborer in the Glenn oil pool, eighteen miles -south oC Tulsa, was foully murdered Tuesday morn ing, at li30H, o'clock, ,)', in ; Frank Buxton restaurant in the 'Glenn field. Joe Morris, a gambler, as under suspicion of having Commit ted the cnme, and nas aisappeareu. ."Thn miirctfir followed a row over a poker game which was in, progress near Buxton 's restaurant- unni a wis hour Monday night. the Tinker trame were arrested yesterday by Deputy United St...

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. — 22 August 1906

rzx ma list wsEa. tchcu. win? s rwv September 1 September 1 illerEtfaerMs:eLoe M Go l'j jvii Ca3cs 5tra f x i kmrner G i Prices ri3 fewer Urn's and Osr eatzre stoci 116 E Third SL WILL KNOW HIS FATE MONDAY XU. JCTEZ TO KZAB OT EXE TOTAL SE2TTE5CE. FOLK WILL ANNOUNCE Em Trvximi U Tt3 tfrt Em Krv Tar Trs Tbe Ito if Ui rtnom la Set far Syts.VT 1 tUu CVy, Uot Atran 21 I: it rry llr.T tltf ti fat Writ Ax- M trr. rs.jnj& to ft ti award vf r IwW. JW k.i bf Mil Xbay. Grsr FAi is abt ru ti to rin.E- hrt rtUw trim buurifcc. Jfl Jttrno C;ty U tit to . IJ. ,ir Ullil CUl'ltU rvr--it. Oa if-anar h i tit b aoUd tale f a art is ti bfr fc pfny U Tort wrt Mod'. to parjei-: ta lb rTwa " Wilis J. Brja. Urv lliert a txU--4 l bat a fra aext V4t at Liberty. hf. ft !M K-Cf4tT -f W kitott (Ury Vim, LM f Maj It. WA. 0 im mjm FrviT UAt- ku " Kaam Cut. im rwi imyttH ilrv W)r CUT toSity rimit tmmrt. narrnbrct Lk W tffA l fcru Vt lb rrUtiK ff t rtitv l r9tH to Iif i itMtA, Wat kbdr4 cf Wtn kp Lsrinr f tk lau...

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. — 22 August 1906

I KLft TS3 TCLJU DA&Y WCIT3 WEDNESDAY, AU0U8T tt 1901 i mmmmm TflTTr - - 1 ' " ' 1 ' ' ' MEPHI8T0 PASSES AWAT. 3wia Morrison Dead at Tonkara, New York. New York,Aug 21 Lewis Morri son, to actor wboM work w Mephis 4o, in Faust, gained him fame, died suddenly of shook Saturday in the St. James hospitil, Yonkers, where lie, had undergone an operation for a -disease of the stomach. He waa 81 jean of age. ' He was under an en gagement to atart for San Francisco qn Friday, but telegraphed that he -wonld be delayed a few days. Mr. Morrison resided each summer with his daughter Mis (Rosahelle IMorrison, at Neperham Heights. She with his other daughter, Mabel, wife of Richard Bennett, Mr. Bennett, and Mr. Morrison's wife, were at his bed side when the end came. , , , M V'ui-J.i 7.' : Ladles' Vhlto arid Colored V . . ; , I i You can buy any Wash Suit or Wash Skirt in our the price they would cost you earlier in the season. marked in'Tlam" figures nd it isflash and One SSebuys the $1.98 Su...

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. — 22 August 1906

m mU DULY WOtiB. VIDNXSAT.. AOCUtT U IK The Tulsa,-Daily World J. a?. BRADY Editor and Ower TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. D&y. except Monday, mm week, by earner... Duly, cm Booth, fry earn Daily, a year, by mail .1 .. .40 .. 100 O e a Seams Buiktac. Third Strw Tel Ne. K Eotarad h Ux TaW Pestoftc M sweoad ckM eoatur. Tltt , CONSTITUTIONAL DELEGATE DISTRICTS. - The World th iaoreing present fr tb informat ,f its readers lb ofteul ri of f-e Ifcdiao Territory e-rostitntsutal drtnet, eieariy ootluiitg It vanow dis trict frr whwh lb nfty-fie delegates if a Indian Terrs orr art to be chosen. A d-enptioo of tb nwt Ufx-nai t lil nrt in eastern OkUborta r fctt given. I( s lie iu!etl .-f It Lr.?nr.-M t fcav prated Vr.(4M of lb entire drict. but tbi waa tcad im poiM, by tK fa1 that (tat lb ptrpk.t containing It dewred LtfonutwB were wrvturly addressed. Th Mp aad deeriplK of lb district w iud officially by th IhMrirtixjjr a&d Canvassing Brd, J of H. Tarns Bixby, Jad W. H. H. Clayton tud Jadre J...

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. — 22 August 1906

JHB TULSA DAILY W0X19. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28 IMA NEW STATE NEWS. . y Yale and (Wiing have lately beeu added to'lhe Vdryjist." " , . IN THE BASE BALL WORLD . ' , ' AMERICA A8800IATION. ' . At Kansas Oity. The score: R H Kansas, City . .,, 4 9 Iiulianaooli ............... . 2 0 Batteries: . Earaii and Leahy Tlieilman and Holmes. ; . .; rLS."" f if. . 9 . if I; . . Fiivt game: . R U.E Minnpoli 4 .5 1 ,Cplunjbu 8 11 2 flatteries: Cadwsllader, . Oehrinir i and Ycagwr. ; Flaherty and R.vau. , ': At Milwaukee ' .The aeora:. . Milwaukee, . ............... Louisville ,i ........... . ; Batteries: Goodwin and. RUE 4 5- 1 3 5 1 Bevillc. Puttmau and Shaw. , '. At St. PnL '. n;? The score: ... R H E iKfc 1'aul 6 16 3 rruMo 5 12 l ..r'H.Hm. Movi'Hii and Drill. Mill- neban and Land. (Twelve innings.) AMEBIC AX LEAQUE. I ... w - At Waahiagtoi. .- The score : i R H t 'phikdoiDhU :..Si.-:!:.,.;...':rl !Q batteries: . lender and Powers. Howell and SjipweK (Stopped at the end of the seventh inning by tr...

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. — 22 August 1906

TO TULeU 1 AttT WOKS. WEDNESDAY, AU0U8T S3 IM. SENATOR CHAUNCEY DEPEW IS TAKING THE AIR CURE FOR HIS POOR OLD NFRVES New York, Autfiit 21. Senator ('baunecy M. Ik-)' i iw-aring in public j.'in. Ilf i to f wn al tiiont art v dav on Vrtrh-tfr raU. motoring or driving, and li i hm-mii-ing familiar figuie (o frllow citi-ii. Wmrhn.tfr i hi' native county. Ilf went there lal Ilceenibei afti-r hi breakdown, following the insurance exjwiireii and hit retire ment from active dutien in the senate, hut not until the lt few week ha he eutured out. lie (joe to Miild'ton' in White Plain every day to take phynical ex ereie. The redoubtable "hilly" ha put many a man on hi feet with a eourse of" boxirTg glove, rowing ma-b-ine and punching bait. He taught President KooMvelt many trenuou trick. Ibe wnator i living in the old Paton place, between iK.bb'n Kerry and Irvington. Mm. l-w ix lio with bim, though she see biro altwt v.rr ,lv She in stopping at Briar- cliff 'manor, at Scarboru, on the liar Jem....

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. — 22 August 1906

THE TULSA BAIL! V4&LD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST. 22 1906.. :ooooooooocxx 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. The World Gets the Ad vertising BecauseltAlways Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. THE WORLD WANT ADDS. - ABE LITTLE MESSENGERS AND TEET FIND YOUR FRIENDS AT HOME.' TRT ONE" AND SEE LOW TOU GET A REPLY. ON AC COUNT Or 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 poundi of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Founder! Co. I bought this type to use in starting the World last fall. 1 now have two linotype in the 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. — 22 August 1906

TO TTCJA DAILY WOXLO. WEDNXBDAT, AUOUIT 22, Official Map of the Indian Territory Conctitutlonal Delegateo Blotrlcto ELECTION PROCLAMATION Election Proclamation. Whereas, fly (he provisions of an Act of Congress approved June 16, 1900, the inhabitant of the Terri tory of Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory are (riven authority to adopt a constitution and become the State of Oklahoma and to vot for and choose delegate to form a constitutional contention for said proponed state, .AYhereas, The officers designated and appointed for such purpose have completed the work of aprtioning each of Raid territories into the re quired number of delegate districts, and have numbered the name eon eeeutively from one to one hundred and eleven, inclusively, each of which said district are entitled to elect one delegate to aaid constitu tional convention, except the district numbered fifty-six compiling the Osage Nation, which aaid district in 'entitled to elect two delegates, and, Where, U i further provi...

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. — 23 August 1906

TOlsa j&imm womb VOLUME 1, N0..277. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 1906. Candidate Nelson Should Heed Mr. Poe. When I Brooched Things Democratic Asking of the Chance, Emphatic Came the Answer Most Dramatic Quoth the Raven, "Nevermore!" OPEN REBELLION IN MANY PARTS OF CUBA INSURRECTION GAINING INSURGENTS ATTACKED AND CAPTURED SAN LUIS. HO VERNMENT IS SANGUINE deneral Rodrlguex Asures American People That the Island Republic Can Handle the Rebels. Havana,' Aug. 1 22. General Rodri guez, commander of the Rural guard, jtouighX;..ater -' rel'atjjiig t tie. incidents of the day said 'totb'e.t'-Associated "You can tell the. American peo ple thflt .Cuba, is, entirely competentjo pe:w(hPifj9sHi,'A;p.oi. of rumors : Iroij jll;1dilrecti(ii8 .qbout the oigwtSoniAC('riiph ry bands in gre,atrPujiiljeV are' hot borne out by oiir "reports,'' or so far as can be learned,, by. .ct$,,The result of. the.enebuhter at ?an Luis is suiji ijw K,rvuwji,neniuji'iy, pui ii ...

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. — 23 August 1906

- THE T9UA DAJLT WOftLD. THURSDAY, AUOOST 23 1M. . . . ,M ; - The Tulsa Daily J P. BUAOY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. D.ily.exopt Monday, one week, by carrier I .10 Iaily, one month, by carrier 0 Iailv. one vear. by mail S.W) O Re in Saman Building, Third Street, Entered in the Tuba Postoffice M CONSTlTUnOKAL COlTVEKTlOlf ' The woik of the districting commission U complete inmifar a it relate to the tank of ektablixtung the boun dary line for 112 election districts, from each of which one delegate will be elected for the purjHwe of drafting (Mitistit ut ion for the state of Oklahoma. A is well known, 33 of these districts are created within the boun dary line of the Indian Territory. 55 in Oklahoma and the Osage nation is divided into two districts, making a Mai of 112 There ha been much aid in the democratic press of the two territories about a gerrymander for political purposes in tie creation of these, districts, owing to the fact that the commissioners are all republicans and the comm...

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