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in,.; THI.SA DAILY WORLD, tVR!N18! A Y, JULK ,
ti uiil Fields nil. M Villi I I '1 VUONH. ., 1,1. liMI 41 I I" i liriy I , 1 I Mil' "" I. . 1 M BEGIN BUILDING HEALDTON LINE i- Kin. i. Kitten lonabf Spinal (a Tfca W'Tld OH ,T( IN ifcln , July ti The mi r, working Hi the v hits Bin , , i i. mi iii m ii M i!' 7. Juts ,i h ill mllB KUl Dl Dillon. are W( mil mm; if .i slrai black kitten xpi in nri .i no trouble w hatever in tin ir dim nw ird course with ii,, but Immedlatelj after i i,,, ii k Ik i'. hi Within twenty One ol i he men wanti .1 to l, ti il, knd umI whftl to do with iii i in. n .i ..h i ii It i ' stays, etui in i' of iinxiiiK Hi tin- rigging, silling nlofl on iti'iiti'll) on top "i the bull mil h.ul lii'i'll Mil ii i iii i ii Unxt'd i In 1 1 r .UaVMHMeK'e Palm Beach Suits At 25 ' Discount Juel when you ned n new one, !'( yours today while tlio ffottiiitf'a jood Our stork inoludes Mohair, Silk, Linen, i 'rn ih and Kool K loth. i ii, ii.ii.ni I m- 50 u i tg Mil 01) .Sllll S" . l-v $6.35 112.50 Suits 115.00 Suits 118.00 Suits $9.40 $11.25 $13.50 i ! ultitna of Bevoral hi i nru i lirlsll, IVxas 1 . i. Poxuh, III miles northeast ot oi en . i 'in ist i field, i hej are now it I'm. I I One-Third One Fourth 1 I I o tyijrticutih off i Btrawa eay Oxfords S I ""P TULSA OKLA. I 1 iii s i m " 1 -- i 1 Take a Vacation at Petoskey , j t : Mr.tr.rinf and Horseback JOlIInK anu acinus r. ,. g Riding-Bathini Boating and Yacht.ni -Fishing Shouldn't you like to forget the tardy ice man escape aummerattife and drudgery -hud a place to tutu the kiddies ..Mae to new-found pWMUteSf Then dottnp the lions and start at once and speaa the summer at omi ot the hotels at PMPjtoyllCbtgtfl, Tht "Resort Special" Leaving Chicago al 6 'JO p.m. Daily, except Sunday Pere Marquette Railroad 5 hours to Crund Rapids Carrie- hit srade Pullman epment.ptnlMaCCar. bthei convtulent trams every wt-i-k day at i.JU a. m., aim daily.except Saturday, nt 11.50 p. m. KEDUf CO TOURIST RAILS Grand Central Station Fifth Avt. and larri..n St.. Chicago. FordaacripUve twoklat.PuUouui reaarvitlon, or daUilta mtur mat ion, VkUeM II. J. Grai. Ctotrtl Waiter,, Pin. Aarul, HI Soulh tl.iW Si . dltafa PETOSKEY HOTELS The "Cushman" WrtLlr ratal i'ii application .r.i..t.i' . . 300 W L M.W.nmJr Pit The Perry N. J. Perr.. Prop. and other good Hotels Bay View House C. W. ( blldl. Prop. Buy V. w. Mi. Ii. Tot SaMfal Information write, M. M. Iluri'liuin, Stc Kinmt't County Im i.Mti.nt AaauLUti..).. kl f, Mich. Urge Rehearing on Osage Lease el troni l'i i Mi' i riiaiiina i i i . hundred Hli put ot u Sli but vciiiiii of IliiHkell i Morrison i Meeker i l Kinau.i no .iii . urn i my is drill feel on tin A il it j" t inn i Ikliiiskee ' mini v. I the dtBudvuntntce of th Indiana, who ii!,'riit monopoly, the purpose nul ,., , produi 1 1 M mopoly Is iut itoinDetltioi I 1 HI SINESS ( ARDS MiuHisii mill IIAKKMKN'T KlltSI r 1 1 1 l It VMv in M Kl Mti . I im ii. .'i- :iiul I in nlah ii . r Ki ti'M' I il'1 H"l sii Wef llatha i xperlenced Masseur ln N ' t I"., no I I 1 AM I A McCUNE, l uneral Directors I iui . ii i I iii i easlmi 1 l i:m' m i i .i t from New Mills down In mi nut to pro ...i.i, ii,..' nciiiinnsi whoae tentacloa should id ItanirMtalt. !!,. urged that rule, If applied, be applied only t" future development ind urged timt departmenl permit T N Barnadall to retain his pro j lining tot rltoi ) imountlna to i il proaenl (laoge BUbleaaee l"' allowed 0 hold 1,800 ic i -i whether he !" In terested an Individual, purtnor or cor poration, si i long as tin' practical Identity ot Intcreal w is not shown. In pointing "Hi the unfairness ot ho UB-barrol i i in, he proposed thai ijuarter seotlon iiiiiim, erteoico oy ruici bp toleused t" preaenl sublesaee it' the ecretary and subloasoe cottld agi pnilned and t ill palling ot agreement ihe lease should i"- offered for sale to : the 81 u .1 ird Oil mp iny, Hs s;t ,nd the welfare of the Oaages then EMPTY HOUSES i:hone lib Nichols Transfer & Storage Co. We have the liu'fc'eot MoviliK Vans in the eity ami eati store goodi cheaper beeauae we pay u o rent. repreaentlng T. N. Barnadall, said that Ltarnadall had filed an application tot rehearing ind thai hi. ptesen inl nut siuiiiiv iii.it in. was now in pathy with the resolution, p, t '. Proctor, Beaumont, Texas, counsel for the Oypsy Oil oompany, lessee of the Boston pool, urged i re linarlng "ii tho entire question and declared i tenant in possession . i entitled to renewal of his leaao upon the same terms as anyone oIbc would i ffer He told ot conversations lu id with Indian Commissioner Si-i i in No vcinti r, 1914, hi which Bella said thai nil tin. isni' sublessees would be treated fairly and their tixtiis pro te 'tod and 'h i' he Ii i A praised IiIh company for conserving oil when the markei price was low,',' "The Bii.ndard in the inn: factor In mi in. Sim s.-.." uald Mr. Proctor. "De- I atroj us competitors, as would result I in tp( i iae, and it will add several Lvnts ii gallon t" consumera in ef i i inn .' barrel ruling is to cripple j ,m i rn 1 1 ii rompetitors." I i'ulsana .a today's hearing Included j xatlo Nal Ions I I iommltteema n ,:,, Qntbratth and Dave !' Connelly, FA DSN WELL IS ABSORBING TOPIC i ih o NtMkav. Mich. m TWA THE WHITE WAGONS -niyii- hint w mwn I "jJTv PEOPLES ICE CO. L1 i . nighl and the well showed a big hftd of gas after bolng snut in so l""g- it cle mod Itsolt ftb ely and put abpul one hundred barrels Into a BOO-barrel tank Then it was i hul in again t" watt until everything Is ready to start. DEFECTIVE DERAIL CAUSES A WRECK T i i in ' tii', 'i I re pi tap laltli I njc a Itphearing, s 8. M hai I, Pi id iy may tell the tale about Hi" ous Prairie ii a oas o, n u s' ... Hon 8-12-7 n may, and ag un i u not. The long delayed cable led before dnllitut e.m si irt was irted to have arrived it t wen iy ir ovt rythlng was rigged irilllng will probably i iri today, ugh it may be Thurad iy before i is anything doing ii, oap was I iken "ft Monday A defective derail at o'clook last night was responsible for the ditching "f it"' loconiotlva tender and thr ira .,f local Frisco freight train No. tt:i near the stockyards, Although nobody was injured, traffic v u blocked for several minutes. Th" fratghl hail entered a Biaing t" allow esstbound psssengtr train No, in I,, pass, afier which an attempt was made to regain the main track. ih"u.:li ill" locomotive proper passed over tho derail lit" tender left the ti "h ami the first three ears fol lowed. Tho third car's coupling with the fourth car broke, allowing the ears and tender to overturn into the ditch. Erroneous reports f the import ance of the accident caused a conala PHiiiii crowd to collect at the scene of th wreck, a wrecking crew was hurried oul end within a shorl time DON'T J5 J JP iW-l ss ' i - I i i i v , i - iiiiii i ' i 1 1 1 i. i a r a, a-v t work ?. wo more No Less 'II S ! win De pnci Prom now on 22-k poln lisci 'ii all crowns. V. 8. DENTAL PARLORS i South Main Orer Wonderland Theatre had the damaged trgek repaired am i tie main line nguin iouuj n, uaun VS'ithin an hour the train, with an I ......... .1 M I, II. I lllllllll I 11' Ill I- i .u s. aaain was on its way. IHE MOR: WHIIi visrr the EAPm aROWiKG jgp. content Jot- GAS, COAL. ZINC, ASPHALT, WU1SAT, uaio, vurvii, SAS" THE DIAMOND "TULSA. An Unsurpassed Trading Ccnlor. Where Popular Prices Prevail. Final Clearance ol Haroadine McKillrick Stock TULSA HOSPITAL i iiitu stif. fhesa i pi laylvaaia i KKKVKN LAW V BB K QORE I misiiiiit)J?nKii ; iraal 8a ,! U l ' p-''niJ. n!r 1 rrllrwt aOOH ihf ' I1 ,.;..i"'a'f ibncrmal in !t la S asy N.. Sana . a arfaraata ui n '. i sc n ' B ' tr Win i.'ta, r w aaalMasMa i;. .,.! Oe his Xliiri St Kaaasa 'itr. Ma. P.HICHESTER S PILL , till 1I W" M' HI. II A j " l.X t A.i ar O'ua.l.l I r V l( LvJa 1,1 " ' I",-,t1i . a ' V L ..'.dWl 1 " It. l ' "l'i W' -Vl . . I . I. I . I I .' I Ilc il,r II,,, j ,f y P. ail. i ' . I III III - I i I. ' " m "I liiMi nil M I'll I s. , v siiiniiHRliiiiNMi;WP' h l II. lid lllll High vt IW it li " , ,ii II ii , i a SHIRT SALE Ret:il.ilt i-e Shirts, dou ble seam; only four to each customer. $1.14 for 4. You wift never have such an opportunity again, Rompers, Union Suits, Shirt Waists, Knee Pants. Calico 334C Wednesday Yard-Wide She'eting Wednesday DRY GOODS Percale. Gingham, Hope Muslin All Day Wednesday GYPSY HOSIERY White and T.ui Tlc for 10c, 15c and 25c Gypsy Hose. You'll never hear of Gypsy Hose at this price again. Largest stock of Dia mond Brand Shoes in the state on sale at pop ular prices. Last call for the shoe depart m ent for men, women and children. QQc S $ J.50 Two bargain tables you will find Ha nan, Walk Over, Stetson nothing reserved, every thing in the house on sale. Last call in the Silk De partmentover half a million yards of staple goods on sale. 1,000 Ladies' Skirts, in cluding Bedford Cords and White. Genuine Palm Beach Skirts $1,945 Men's Palm Beach, with the Palm Beach label on $2.00 without the label $1.00 Coats or Pants, your choice Latest thing in big black striped Sport Shirts. 48c. TliL. OLO . .4..I.I Ual.ll First Street. Entrance, 18 West Fust "H H JIVI IOM 114 MAIN STREET. Mi,k.,;e-" III uaonaa at stt The l' - "" -w w uit.i, tmv hoMfl on Boulder and use the alley entrance ou Second street, rear of the First National Bank, You wiU find the twin -a i .-.mawisinff T..nim;t. store 111 the state with the Shortest prices. .sltUf ri ) ll l ,u mimuvnioviuj,.