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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 September 1906

I 1 ' 4 : i VOLUME 1, NO.. 283 Labor Day In the Oil Metropolis will See Entertained Thousmds with the BRYAN 111)1! KES L NOT A GOOD PLACE FOR BREED ING DEMOCRACY. IS IN NEW YORK TODAY The Glad Hand Extended William J and Reminded Him of Cam paign Da s, New Haven, Conn., August 31 The visit of William J. Bryan to Connec ticut today must have strongly re minded him of the strenuou days dur ing bis presidential campaigns, for he delivered four nddi esses, eaih of con siderable length, attended two recep tions and was the center of handshak ing bees whenever his admirers could roach him. All this was crowded into the hours between noon, when he reached the city, and the hour of his retirement tonight as a guest of for me Senator Archibald McNeil, of Bridgeport.. Everywhere he was hear tily received, although there was an absence of street demonstrations, both "here and in Bridgeport. His audiences, however,' at tiems were wildly enthu siastic, especially at the noon lun cheon here.. . '...

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. — 1 September 1906

'V A hbOIt VOU. SATURDAY, , SEPTQCBE1 , 1, 1906. SCHOOLS OPEN NEXT MONTH CHEROKEE, CREEK AND OHOO TAW DATE IS SEPTEMBER 3. TO CONTROL TEACHERS Instructors Will Ba Transferred it In stigation of (he Superintendents About 750 Teacher. Muskogee, August 31. All school in. Indian Territory will open next month And begin the full term. The ac.hools in the Cherokee, Creek and Choctaw natinna will open September X and thoKe in the Seminole nation September 10. The Chickasaw Acad emic will not be opened until October 1, aa the building must be repaired ml refurnished. The Muskogee City ehoo will open September 10. Superintendent Benedict aaya that when teacher are aent out to schools, the superintendent hna the right to a!l them in, abandon the school and transfer the teacher to other achoola. This will be done in neighboi-hood school which fail to manifest the lropor interest. Mr, Benedict is re ceiving petitiona daily from many do wjrving neighborhoods, that can not be. granted achoola on ...

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. — 1 September 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WIELD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1901 -:xxxxxxxx)ooaxx)coax 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. y The World Uets the Ad vert ising: Because It Always lirinjjs Result. The Want Department, Tells You the Story of the Circulation. Latest and Most Fashionable I; TAIL0MG n fSKSmS TEEY TOUR mEKDg AT HOME. TRY ONE AN!) 'BEE iOW YOU GET AREPLY. ON AO COUNT OF THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY HAVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE T OR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OT YOUR FELLOWMAX. O0000000O0CCO 0 All Want Ads must be In by 0 o'clock to get in the classified 0 columns. t0 Q0OO0OOOO0C0O TOR BALE. : FOR SALE Sevoral haudrcd pounds of eit'ht-point face Century . Expanded type, direot from the Asuer iran Type Founders Co. I bowgibt this t...

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. — 1 September 1906

mb mwm mw THE TULSA DAJLl VOULb SATURDAY, 8EPTEMBEB 1, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. P. HiMDY Editor and Owner Office in Seaman liuilding, Third Street, Telophono No. J156 tntMrcd In the TuIh i'toffice as second class matter. ilillMS OK SUIISCKUTION. Daily, escept Monday, one week, by earrior f .10 lai)y, on month, by carrier 40 Daily, on ycur, by mail 3.00 POLITIKAL TICKLUNS. record of 1 lit' ill ruocralic party is Unit they shove the iii-uro and the Indian in Ihe south into "Jim Crow" ear. Fact and (lie sliilcineiit of the "straw bo." The Win Id is willing to submit the proposition to the people and believeit public opinion demnndii tliut the "lrtv bo" dig up Hint fJr) for the negro church. ly the way, the "straw bo" ha never shown any ureal alacrity in demunding ir'iO to (five hi honest opinion on the negro problem. :o : PROHIBITION FOR THE NEW STATE. (After President Iior.velt'a Fondle Hi.c.llin.) - It is a funy wurld eny wuy. JohIi Billing liar, did Hum tyme ago en now kuiu ui...

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. — 1 September 1906

1KB TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1906. MAY BE LAST STOMP DANCE OF SHAWNEE AND DELEWARE INDIANS Whut may be the last stomp ounce of the Shawnee and Delaware Indians on the historic stomp dance grounds at Bird Creek, tliirteen miles north of thin city, closed today. One thing very noticeable at the celebration of this time honored cus tom this year, was the absence of the old time Indiana, to whom the celebration of the stomp dance was A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL. Rev, Randolph Cook of This City on Committee Regarding It. Rev. Cook returned today from Mc Alenter, where he has been since last Monday attending a convention of the Christian Churches of the Terri tory. It was almost double in size that of any previous convention in attendance and enthusiasm. The pro position of establishing a great school or system of schools, was voted favor ably, and a committee wns apKinted, of vliieh Rev. Cook is one, to meet with a like committee from Oklahoma at Kl Reno next week. The prelimin a...

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. — 1 September 1906

Oxnby Goes A-sfioppio Daabv, aoklaa: ale ktU laasse Oe odoad Uaaldly at tie girt at Ue Hi tale Ute (Im wasrs jroa Mil aauteraar be aakad. Tea," mi4 Ue girt WUt ao row ereatr ' "t tut a pattara." -wbn kU4r Now you've got Bit Waal klad ul4 f cm tul If yoa were aaer . That dejxade. Who la II forr -My wife." la aba roaMf "Tlva yeere rouDfer Oaa L" That's lot aaewerlaf My qusaUoa." , "Ob. Im t UT I taooiht It via. Tee afcTa ycracg. Ehe was M lis teata of i isst November." ,v,71 girl loosed Daabr ay Ml town vUh unblinking eoolaeae, Df ma." aba mid, "horn aonae folk! do bold tbttr owa." Tbara u a pass. "It la bard work." ventured the gtri present! jr, "tor man to select a baoomlng patters for a woman. Wby didn't your wife come beraelfT" "She couldn't. 8ba baa rbeuma kn aad eea't out of tha houae. Ton advertleed aala of fl.tO pet taroe tor II eenta to-day only. Bba eouldo't afford to let tba bargala allp, m aba aakad sna to gat a pattara for ajar." "gha must bara faith la your Jadg BBSUt" "...

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. — 1 September 1906

J' f 4 M M 3 4 M M J M MtL. t fc M t4 ti M 4 H t M M M M M M M M M i. j m mM mk i ! ti mh ma k aW swj twi swj j twj tw.1 j J wj w i swat iwj j awai aWJ m ; ' j um mM aw fcJ fc-i ip J twj . wi 4 t READY FOR BUSINESS IN OUR i.i WJ n tW.1 fa-a 34 W 8 ms iii U Alfa 8 ONE DOOR North of Our Former Location. Fall Styles of Clothing, and Gent's Furnishings ready for Your Inspection. & THE FALA Ya 8 ft 22 !f Ji 5i 1? SS 5! iI I S4 1! 5 ! 5 Ri 5f i! I'l i 14 55 n ug w m a . w kp w . . w w w .m w i.: & ss hi iA hi hi hi SA hi hi hi iA hi sa hi hi hi hi hi iA hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi hi Frou? Bid?., 118 S. Main St.; Ml U O Tulsa, Indian Territory. 5 IN THE BASE BALL WORLD A5 OUTLAW LEAGUE. , AMZXICAX ASBOCUTIOV. At Kiuu Olty. 1h i,f. R II K Ktfi. ( it; 1 7 2 Hi, lvi 4 7 o JJaSUrtu: Hwfin and lah( Kul livn, I'fiitl nd (mil. At In41inpolJf. TU r: K II E l,,iliirji(rf!i .'I I'i I Olumlm. 0 5 2 I'.attrrie: K'ilnm nd Kh.i; it'l Hynn. At Detro...

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. — 1 September 1906

Brief Sketch of Dr. Mary E. Green, Dr. Mary E. Green, who recently left Charlotte to take bp her resi dence in Tulsu, I. T., camo here in 1873 from New York City, where the wan prominently identified in hoepi tal and disjiensary work. For eleven .years she maintained nn office in the Arcade block, but after the coinnle tion of her beautiful home nt the corner of Lawrence and liostwiek avenue she had hud an office at her home. During her professional ca reer she tierved two terms as health oillcer for the city, filling' this pom tion with credit to herself and the municipality. ". For several years Dr. Green has been interested in foods and diete . tics and by reason of her interest and ' KllUWIOUKV til tllvnu nuwjcvw WUB BV lected us judge of food products at ' the Columbian imposition, being sig nally honored by reason of being the only woman appointed on the ollicial board of judges for this department. ' Following the exposition Dr. Green lectured two successive years before Yi i...

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. — 2 September 1906

TULSA BME.Y WOMJD) T0LX7XB 1, N0..284. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TEEEITOET, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER , 1908. Tulsa Will To-morrow "Show" Eastern Oklahoma a Good Time, and Maintain Its Reputation as a Leader in Hospitality, as Well as in Everything Flse in the Catalogue XXXXOOOOOC OXDOOOOOOOOOOOOCxX OOCx30C)O0CO0O0000O000000a THOUSANDS WILL ARRIVE ON ALL EARLY TRAINS TOMORROW MORNING IVERY OCCUPATION WILL BE LAID ASIDE AND ALL JOIN IN GENERAL GOOD TIME. ELOQUENTORATORS Silver-Tohgued Orators Will Address the Multitudes Assembled at Labor's Unequalled Event. 'The Labor Day Parade will form on iJoulder near Second Btrcet promptly at 9 o'clock. Thousands of visiting union labor men from Muskogee, Sa pulpa, Bartlesville, Pawhuska, Bris tow, Skiatook and other cities will be given a place of honor in the line. i)ne thousand people are expected from Muskogee alone, while a large delegation of railroad men is coming from fapulpn, besides many other TrjI'tMWh. The Farmers' Union will be on b...

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. — 2 September 1906

TEE TVLSA DAILY WOELD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1906. THIS MAN'S LIFE LIKE A NOVEL SUICIDE OF v JAMES VAN PEY' MA, Or KANSAS CITY. ONCE RICH HE DIES POOR Told Frienda Would Kill Hlmwlf , Leftrei Not Staling H Had PMied HIi Uiefulnesa. Kansas City, Mo., September 1. James Vanl'eyma, once s man of affairs, capital and political power in Kansas City, Kan., killed himself at Iuh home, 204(1 North Fifth street, at o'clock yesterday afternoon. Kitting in an easy chair in the li brary of his home, Vanl'eyma fired a bullet through bin head. The ball entered just behind the rulit far, panned through and cume out just above the left ear. Death wan in- HtllllCCIIIR. Vanl'eyma had threatened suicide several times during the last year. Monday of this week the police were called to the ofnee of ( aptain 11. II. Sawyer, 3.r) Wyandotte btjildiiiC to disarm an l'eyma. Wlien the po lice arrived, a borrowed revolver fell from the man's hand to the floor and the weapon in still retained by Captain John F. ...

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. — 2 September 1906

I ft MAMA AAAAAAAA iAAAA MMMA A AAA i I v y flfnl 1 en ATHL ARK J vAJdAip UU VJUin U Lb. ylMja TOIL K r Jtb J R P FIRST, $75.00; SECOND, $50.00; and THIRD, $25.00, for the Quickest Time Made in Roping and Tying a Wild Steer. ffOOBIEN, Champion Broncho Rider of Oklahoma Will appear with her favorite string of Bucking Bronchos, one of which has never been ridden by man, but will be ridaen by this fearless lady on this date. Don't fail to see her. We have made arrangements to have TWENTY of the Wildest and Most Ferocious Steers for This Great Occasion And assure you that if you want to see some Fast Riding and Roping you cannot afford to miss this big event. Riding a Wild and Bucking Steer in Front of the Grand Stand Will Be One of the Attractions. oMI to 1 (jldO3 Admission. 25 Cents DONT FORG LABOR DAY, ET the DAY and DAT '. 3, 1906, 3 p. m PI ;miniiiiniiiHM 8

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 September 1906

The Tulsa Daily World J. 0. BIMDY Editor and Owner Office in Seaman Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 8G6 Entered in the TuUa postoflice m second class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Duily, except Monday, one week, by carrier.,,. Daily, one month, by carrier Daily, one year, by mail ..$ .10 .. .40 ,. 3.00 THE DIGNITY Of LABOR. In Tulsa tomorrow will assemble a mammoth crowd to fittingly celebrate one of the greatest duys on the calendar, Labor Day. One day in (he year is act apart that the people might in festive array pay tribute Labor, the uncrowned King; The luborera in the vineyard, the hewers of wood these are the men who build the nation. The men of brawn nud brain, men who dig and delve, st live am build, these are the architects of (he country's future, Labor has been lifted from a condition of slavery to position of honor and dignity, commanding the resec of the nations of the earth. Labor marches steadily on meeting the demands of all, and growing steadily greater and ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 September 1906

I The World of Society U IIH An Enjoyable Event. One (if the most enjoyable events in the present season of society was the "summer" party which has been in progress at tlie Robinson fur (lie last few nights. The ladies ruled the hos telry in truly royal style, and all bowed to the superiority or woman mi during (lie event. With Mr. and Mr. W, S. Robinson in the role of Mamma and Papa, and Miss Lottie Alcorn, as host and hos tesses, it waH a merry party of "home folks." The. charming guests were Miss Katherine Hall, Miss ("aniline MoBirney, Miss Anna McBimey, Miss Rohb Bingham, Mix Maude Scruggs of Memphis, Tenn.s Miss Marie Kim nmiui of Fort Smith, Ark.; Minn Ma rie Berry of Texarknna, Texas; Miss Fidel Berry, Miss Nell Neves, Miss Lottie Evans, Miss Ottie Howard, Miss Nell Burns, Minn Jim Ayars, Mies Florence Johnson of Pittsburg, Pa.; Mis Punsy Armstrong, of Pitts burg, Pa. The place cards were by Miss Alcorn, and were pleasing ex amples of exquisitely vivacious sket ches with wl...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 September 1906

Ithe worlds markets Rjieetiul to (he WorM. Stock Yard, Kuiikuh City, Aug. .'W. QmirHiitiiie reeeiptH thin week are shout equal to the run IhhI week, 300 ears in four day car in four daya. For the month of Anoint the total quarantine supply wax l,.Vilt ear loads agniiiNt 1.H00 car loud in August last year. There in a shortage in I ho na tive division, ulso, mill it in explained on tin ground Unit there is inure f 1 in the eoimlry than iikiiiiI nt tliix Heasoii ami in all pint of the country. Thcr elms been no cause fur hurry in marketing ntulT, anil heavier supplies later in the fall are expected to make up fur the dellcien cy no far. The market lins been u lit tle lower this week, eseeially on Tuesday, but the week promiKeH to close iii good xhape. the market a hhaile hither on steers today, cow about sternly, tl hax b u bail week on ealvex, prices fit) cenlx to $1 below a week ago. Best ealvex ill weight ealvex are not over a rpiarter tit ion on light ealvex when the sup ply ix xui...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 September 1906

TEE TULSA DAILY W4RLD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1006. XXXXXXOOOfXXiOOCXXXXXXXX 'tXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXOOClOOO 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 vertlslnjt Because It Always Brings Results. The Want Department Tells You the Story of the Circulation. One Word, One Week, One Cent. No Ads Accepted For Less Than Twenty Five Cents. World ads work wonders. World ads work wonders. Latest and Most Fashionable TAILORING TAM mSStmM AND TOY riND TOUR JEIENDS AT HOME. TRY OKU AND SEE LOW YOU GET A REPLY. ON AO COUNT Or THEIR PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY THEY "AVE WON OUT IN THIS MAD RACE I OR WEALTH AND ARE WELCOM ED VISITORS IN THE HOME OF YOUR TELLOWMAN. oooooccoocooo O All Want Ads must be in by 8 0 o'clock to get In ths classified O columni. K)000000O0tO0CO FOR SALE. FOR SALE Sevoral hundred pound of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Fou...

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

TH1 TULSA DAILY W01LB. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1808. I "THIS IS THE NEW QIANT CIRCUS" TULSA, SAT URDAY, .igFTlGaiEft 1 ONE DAY ONLY : UNDER BIG TENTS The Carl HlS . tip r r r MuimukiiiiiM iii'imn i n m:M J' CAUL HAGKNBKCK, fiDPATPD QHOWQ INow a Modern Three-Ring Circus VJIvCrVI dY OllVyyO, Larger & better than any on earth LION EQUESTRIAN. This Tented Amusement Enterprise Is the Only Dangerous Rival of the Circus Trust It embraces the Famous Hagenbeck Trained Wild Animals, Features at both the Chicago and St. Louis World's Fairs, and fully 1,000 other International Novelties Chicago Newspapers Say It Is the iiggest and by Far the lest A LEVIATHAN BESIDE WHICH ALL OTHER SHOWS ARE PYGMIES The CARL HAGENBECK CIRCUS Presenting, among score of remarkable novelties from every country on earth and combined with the famous and original Carl Hagenbeck Trained Wild Animals features at both Chicago and St. Louis World's fairs, the crowning achievement of the country. THE SOMERSAULT OF DEATH U...

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. — 5 September 1906

r VOLUME 1, N0..285. TULSA DAILY WORLD, TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1906. A World Want Ad is a Small Affair From a Monetary Standpoint- 25 Words, 25 Cents per Week-Yet It is Like Bread Cast on the Waters-It Returns a Hundred Fold PHILADELPHIA HIGH FINANCIERS IN TOILS OVER BIG REAL ESTATE TRUST COMPANY SCANDAL Warrants Prepared Last Night for Ap prehension of North, Segal and Col- linghood Charge that They Conspired with Hippie, the Suicide President, to Further Insane Deals. Philadelphia, Sept. 4. District At torney Bell is authority for the statement that warrants were pre pared tonight for the arrest of Wm. F.. North, treasurer of the Real Es tate .Trust company, M. S.- Colling Segal, on the charge of conspiring with Frank P. Hippie, the suicide president of the institution to loot its treasury. Segal is the promoter who borrowed more than $5,000,000 from the bank on flimsy collateral, to finance his enterprises. Horace Hill, the aged auditor, will not...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 5 September 1906

L m rveuu. mailt woilb. wedxtsdat moe.tixo. September . IN THE BASE r-a.p'.ipa had I tiii.tr - f i.V Sunday, ahn t.'.e ir 'irrfTf1rr i hi.,. tri of Tto-a. i-ri V1 v. ilfiin th rar.kn. aett i'vm f, l .)' fat on I:. j.j!. k'f' .rd t" If - I 'ill of t'i I. T.'.e I'ar;. .,. by ti. viit-.' r in !!. f;r ' after bi6 lKr aa.r.'t nvicb o'.'i; la the aay of !-. A r. r rit ,uit from tt.. e:tv ant .1 ' itb ili" '.( ifr.fA th !-'' j raroatf )tuj i't ii Sjpu j .v aitooul a i-rimac-. I Mar.e.'r ')' ar.r.o i. .'.! that ail probability a fat?. a.sh Wazor.er be arrar:-i for to tie ..f in a few day. yr -babiy w ir.js j Acehtaa Assotutioa. (lotr.bi lt'i:arij..ii '. IIIIMIIIIIMMMWWtWHWHIHWIWM News of the Oil World I IVow a Eicb Min "Our .ar!y Jj) 'ir. j .'.r i ! r-ir-mfr It fi iallir-aU. u--I I- rJaSdlir in r-l I'i m !i. Itki aa fiM .rti :jiar!y t( ir i :.-: aith a-ailh. hut as. a a A ri-ii"'. anI thtfby Lai.ir t'. Ui -1 a' tb J'r-r,t tiff lini.' 1 ,!l.f. i. f Wbat i kiioan a- !' (i.i,T, i' Irulinn Trri...

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. — 5 September 1906

TCaU XLZJS The Tulsa Daily World awe- e-(Wrtni-n .. M4BMb Shetr fflut.. jnrji (J u iravr Tlli HIGH SQIOOL TO BE EXPANDED TO PREPARE . STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE OR PRACTICAL AFFAIRS '.'u: t.. w l: .' r-O 1 jLir u ui Burn a iU .. a jn ut i"T t. .r..:.rnm .1 w C.tfuf. Tua a u.Kc u io!.r i iK utwif Ji ul:! tumr n- '-. jr WW. CTFTH CCT-CTPTXXD. i&a a. baiML fcuUimfc, 7 mrt tr.rw rj.twu ZJ. lMMt m tar Tua uiuW a mvjmui cmm wrt tvi JSJt -ttr IOirE 4 t It tnunr Kr. u ".. Jt i iuns ni y rp i;t'-tr'l' iirr.. ' ii iiL-rfkS! lire n roar TiUJCi t'f fcT::XlT3'J!. bayta)? ICuvjii. aur caffr .4 i, a auaanL. etfTiw . ...... .4 2au9. aa T . . - t : -uv ..' ij-iiiu; l.wrvrr, art ?i irf. f ft Jfc- "-piC UiC lr. Imt'jr nw ! w! 11 I rrx tax ajo ixrx 'ccrux. ii'!j iif .in-mi !!!; . J &air Bi.C trour. ' J ' aire B!iii'.t i fm riMWUuu f,v4ifVtf ty ti ajiiiii.:t t '. j t itrUtj, a liuKii U tti -ar a uunji,r Vi izttuuiirj nut em.Hi'.ri t y.w.nii IuimJ .," inlrur ljr!aVJt A 1m f.:.C Tlrf tr ;-. , av J-'y M9...

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