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Tulsa daily world. [volume] (Tulsa, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1905-1919, November 29, 1913, MORNING EDITION, Image 8

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TULSA
E VENING
It will make its initial appearance Mon
day afternoon, December 1st, and scat
ter sunshine every week day of the year
It will be the first real afternoon newspaper Tulsa has ever had. It
will be independent in politics and while carrying a complete telegraph
report of the news of the world, will feature the local news of Tulsa
and the state of Oklahoma. It will have no grouches to work off,
either personal or political. It will be a booster and not a knocker.
It will be published from The World building and from The World
plant. The business and circulation department will be the same as
The Wo Id, but it will have a seperate editorial staff. There will be no interchanging of
news matter i i h . ;.n entirely new paper throughout. Mr. Glenn Condon will be
thecitj editor of fhe S n and he will have a complete staff of able assistants. It will
cover the city of Tulsa and suburbs like a blanket. While it will be sprightly, lively
and readable, it will be free from sensationalism or scandal. It wilk be a paper that will
be free from scandal. It will be a paper that will be read with interest and pleasure
bv even member of the family circle in the humble home of the laboring man and the
palaces of the rich and opulent alike. It will make no effort to play the weak against the
strong, hut will be fair to ail alike. It will not hesitate to print the news through fear nor
will it do so for mendacious or unworthy motives. It will strive to win support through
merit rather than the use of the bludgeon. It will not hesitate to suppress a scandal even
though it might make salacious reading, if by so doing some poor, suffering, human soul
may be helped along the rough journey of life. Nor will it be deterred from doing so if
the moral effect and common good can thereby be promoted, regardless of the position or
influence of those involved.
The subscription price will be 10 cents a week delivered to
all parts of the city. Advertising rates will be given by
cotntnunicating with the business office of THE WORLD.
THE SUN PRINTING CO.
Chus. E. Dent, Business Manager
Eugene Lorton, Managing Editor

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