Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 195, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TriXA da iiv WORLD THURSDAY MAY 1912
HJLSA DAILY WORLD
WOULD I'llHI.IHIIINU COMPANY
Win 111 Uulldlllf Tillaa Ok In
Hu.U.rn Ollnu NO. 1000
BSitutlul i ut No mm
On. illation llrpuliiuuil Mo. lliUU
! I IN l vm I H o m i QNDi
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publish i;k h hi a ruMiiNT.
Th Tuls World topti sdrsftlnag on
thi' peanut Hint i lu-1 bva thru Unti tin
pani tircultuui "I oil olhr Tula pip"
foiiilili.i'ii mil wu'll writ it lu foal oll
ttTATEMLNT Or CIltCULATloN 1 Oil J 81
MONTH Of MAKl'll lilt.
" U Meaaay
" 10 H1H7
" U4 M0
" n!i Miiinlur
II 27 H.'.HO
II Oil MiH
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Total D 00101 of pPfl il Dili il iSd Ofr'
eulutril wi S417UI arnica wlnn dlvidM
by Iwrnli lva bIDg III DUBlbof t'l la-
Ufa thirio; miiiI inoulo tpvea tla'lr uv
utuiti' of HU6
1. K K Boott Btrrolotton msnsgsf of las
lu. mi liaily World naka ffldrli llmi lie-
lot) noaber of ropla of in Tola Dally
Win: I elrcuUlsd for Die month (Milling
Manli flat 1011 after deducting nil ipoilad
iipim in unmiug Im(i mil unti off! II
ma uu gvsrsg of I0M opli ol Mid ppf
K. E. Si 'I ITT.
tobiietlhad and iworo to bsfors me tint
III day of April miy
LOJU mil t .II
My rnotmlpilon tplrM .tnlv 10 1011
ib. l oanp
0 04 IS
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Il I th
mir llv i m.
'l iii worm in filled uih luiion mid
pi'HMHIIKIH I Il-li I i III. III'. ill UN
uream mi mir itm or lining grmt
things Ml lii-glnl In (In i in- lllllii
thlogi thut iii righl ut taadi
hiiiin dt) we lire going to in hlcve
lOIBO ureal business lUOceOS inn! In -
ri uu i fry rich we think.
lint org neglect to save tin pennleg
unit dlniOg mill Iii ii 1 1 1 v u 1 1 tin llitlu
hntiith ol frugality mill providence
So we i c in ii I u poor.
Tin' liohM) won -'mi tin rlcheat
oorporatlopi uri' not shoys earing fur
tin' peonies mid ovon tin fractions of
n null h.
Tlif nn. ill t Kill ill into are imt
gbovg stud) ui tin moot minute mui
seemlngl) iDslgnlfioent (noti in mi
rii i imi who lonrn nothing mpmouih
ii lull- nothlni in iif- lira- r.Hiiiri'M i-
pfgugi tbo) buBVi noflootod tho nttif
i (bL b&kL )
is M H it BIRTHUAY
Igwg uf hoalth us you will
in tin- peat of condition
your uff.ilie mii 1 1-n.iful
hikit or net up
Mod to in
Do not itvg way i
lluiMf lioin liuluy will he fulthrul
ami mini foi'iiiiuiif if il Hre In
Worlll li i .l. . ii i i n l id. iii if kuiiI. 1 y
their own Judgment ulone.
T'n si. mi' uii' Ik ii niountnln ut du
His thill Inlisl DOVOr In' logt Klk'ht ofk
"Motng iluy I mil folni to n ni.iln
in Ogd -'nil PMl to my hOOTt'g con-
tent" Willi u tlrel womnn our day no
.'hi- Won! OVOP u IlKt ut lhlnK8 Ihut
Kin' thounbt miiHt bo dona
Thiii mih fivr yeari mo and i
bo nil sin was asked if she bad found
ihut "oonts day'
the oonfaaged thai ihs bad not.
Hhs norar will.
for sho win novor bo abls to n
through thai mountnln of nrrut
llllllMK Kill 1IIH lollliHll to Sit lll
sin. baa Corfotton how to llvoi bav
Ini long lost niKht of tho Caol Ufa
Ih made up of Itttls things
Thai is ths trouble with many of us.
- want to hit tin' triumphant
gndlng ot " vonturs baton k"-
Tho groat Panama inni is being
dug u shovslful ut ii time.
It Ih of no avail to us that we ran
dri'nni uf mighty structures if wo have
not the patience and the humility to
in kii little n thing us Hie laying of
n hIiikIi- gtone.
Tin obataolos t our suoooas aro hot
Irani things but llttls pnss go little
WITH THE FOIITKIAIMS
POUilCAL ANNOUNCEMEN I S
Isnitor Cha n bar lain of Ofagon h
Introduood uu ainondmaiil to Uu 1111
appropriating i;t.nim for ths suppraa
vhiii of llipior Irotflr miiiuiK the ln-
iIIuiih adding un additional lln.uoo fur
KuHtfin QgUhoiwa to onforoa lav.
recently hild vullil h Iho li linil
dlmrkt DO Uri of iippfiiU.
USED SAGE 1EA
0 0 J'ryur hereby nnouniei h .
didary lor the uffue of mi j i i i i p
ill- i-oiilily arlioolii of T'ulea count v il.
to the will of Hie diuucrdlo gottri i
jo iiuiKi o iiu unir and Rnatore Qttf
ami I 'lull il Mali In III Nuliinil
it ih saaiar to praaarvg tha polar of
A. K. "tiynamlie" t'erry Is not only the hair than to reoiore It aitOUgn it
an aetlve hut a rscOpliVS MUdldgtS I U poOSibll to do hoth Our piuiid-
foi' tlif ri.iiiililli iin niuiiliiHlloii lor 1'. inotlu rH iimli I Htuui the wi ret. They
OoaS Lbin IhWSay atuiuiHire bin
limy lor lb office of CJuiility ludgl (
Tula Ooaaty aubjecl to Hie win q
du lain- viiiera In the Aiik'iuit pi iiuury
h. gonntor. i.'d tiled in candidacy
with the Hfiretury uf ot.iio ulftlun
board lust Muiiduy.
John 11. Tin m i' rhlrf JUOttM of the
n .ui i "wige uu and in air oar a
glouiy hull lOOJ after inlildle life TM
diii' to this tint our uioiiero have
giuy hnlrn baforS UUQ IN lift... hut
Ihi-y an- beginning iii uiipii'i lute tin
SUpratns OOUti Iiub illid his muilldui ) wIhiIoih of our gr induiothero In uglng
for re eli rtlon.
Ili-n (I.oiililiig ill door kiioh) "JUont
tin y mli-' lit ut h unt put tin in In a DSOtl
mind huii thing them out hut
l S I li Is '-.-ii. (.iKiit.
Kvi rylhliiK N InnkliiK fine mid dan-
dy for the Oklahoma farmay Ami
not along the former of Oklahoma
hut tha farmar ut nil other gaotiona
nl the eountry sum- Uu- flooded dis-
trict! along the mihhIhhIppi Rlvar.
EBvan tit ih vagi expanse of oountry
SStlmatOd to l.e T.OOO to lO.OUO Hqum-n
mlloa In extent or from four to hIx
millions uf soma may yel he devotufl
QUICK ACTION M I SD1 l lii:.
DAUi MUST wis.
Three thliiKH more IPO necessary
dow to win in Hi. Kondall enlargo
1st. The bualhOgg men must real-
Isk the Importance iff teum wurk. A
few nu n will not ho ahlc to see the
4.000 people of Tulsa who Hhnulrt lift
asked to sitliHcrllie to this fund. .Some
men ale already Working morning
Now thut the lima for the fllliiK of
Candidacies with the stute cleillun
board has sturted It Ih expected ljuit
tna appllcatlona win flow in. An an
till lower house of the Hlute Ii'kIhIu-
t me and Dearly onahalf of thaupper
hoiisii must ho filled HiIh fall. In addi-
tion to one LTaltad gtatss lanatoy and
olghl mombers of rnngroas
"sitge leu" for their hair und ut'e Insl
follow I UK HUlt.
The present generation Iiuh lru ad-
pantagi of the pari id thut it can net
a rendy-to-UHc prepaniUon called
H v. ih s gags mui Sulphur llulr Iti ine-
dy. As 11 sculp (onto and color re-
storer this preparation Is vastly su-
perior lo the ordinary 'Huge tea" made
hy our grandmothers.
The growth ami bsatttf of the hair
dapanda on u haalthy cooditloo of the
sculp. IVyath's Bags and lulphur Hair
Roraady Htjulokly kins tna dandruff
uerniH which rob the hulr uf Its life
color und lustre Makes the Hculp
clean and h. -filthy. OiVM the hull'
rolitlos miike even stranger bad-
fellows. The lutest rumor 'Ih that
Rata Chairman Jim Harris and Dyna-
mite Bd the leaders in the recent
flight for oontrol uf Oklahoma) have
eni. red Into mi ullium c w hether strength color and heauly
holy ur unholy hits not yet lea It grow.
been revealed. It la said that ferry (let a GO rent bottle from your driin-
in return for Harris helping him in gist today Ha will give your pionay
his race fur the I'nlted Slates senate buck if you arc nut satisfied after a
will help Harris In hie flt-'ht fur stats fair trial.
cootrol in the fifth dlotriot This ui-: gnaoial amnt Ihaekla OniK Co.
Uiincy will put Luren lMsncy who
uIho huH toga ambitlona
In u funny
No amount of denunciation oven uf
that moal perfervld kind that founds
itself In Ignorance anil sustains its
flights of rhetoric will make shipping
Biifer ur protect life .11 sea. 81 nator
Horiih suggested un Saturday that
"those who controlled the Titanic
were responsible fur inadequate
equipment." itut the Titanic was
built under tha laws uf Great Britain
outfitted in strict compliance with the
hitherto respected regulations uf the
board uf trade and sailed with. mi a
questlun being raised as to her prc-
pAredneaa lo wlthstnnd the penis ol
tin k a
COy want i.f
Cor want uf a hnrsi
c thrill ur nut-
to HomethltiK beuldei cotton which In and .if ternoon. The number Is too
the end will prove Just as profltahje small. Remarkable results have been
f a nail the shoe was
hue I be burse was
f grim irutiiH
a crop. Southern. Farm en have innR
clung tu the Idea that cotton Ih what
liny should rtruw. While thOM In
Other parts uf Ihc country are trying
tu get the Southern farm owner to
roduoa bin cotton acreage the man
on the ground usually knows u little
bit more abOUl It than the felluW
who Isn't there. However the rut-
tun acreage win be reduced this year
mui the reduction ir a natural one.
Hut the rest of the country: The
old bUgabOC uf thin "prcslileiill.il"
year bul l Inn business isn't panning
nut very well so far this time. It
looks like It Isn't gulag tu. From
every Hide this evidence may be Hcetl.
('lie of the first Ihlnus to be oonald-
srsid is that everybody says business
Is gulng lo lie guild right along. ('nm-
mrrclnl writings all spring have right
onaidenng the number uf
I write you
The whirlwind campaigns
Itli-s have .none of them
these few lines to let
1 u mterrlldy disap-
"ii un average of about three words
Started Off with mure encouraging 1 a week lie is good and kind but he
111). Ill- Ull.11. I I. I . 1 11..- ( :!' 1
trade. Things sc. 'in to In- coming ; uf small means as well lis large
foutures with the exception possibly
of thlH one thing. More of the bun-
IncHH and profesglongj nu n are need-
ed to give their time. The head-
quarters committee yesterday morn-
ing Wag mure than pleased when one
of the younger business men railed
up und nsked to be On listed in the
campaign. It was but a few minutes
until he was hard at work. The com-
mittee back uf this movement would
like 100 volunteers this morning at
9 o'clock at 118 E. Bpoond Come to
headquarters or telephone 2908.
2(1. Another Important thing is
that every man solicited make a sub-
scription. The plan of payment is
made so as to accommodate the men
I'm a commonplace Instance of
neglect take thill of u Women's letter-writing.
Man) times ii woman would snawer
It letter If -he had a peD at hand.
Many limes she would write If she
had an envelope.
Many P tiers 1'rniuln forever UDsent
because m the right momehl tin-re.
was uu stamp.
Ami in the same manner heruiiso
little things come in the waj ami stop
us ur turn us aside we fall In many
tilings ut ilium. 'in and become known
w ea k lings.
the urrici.il hiiii-i ...Mi.
are recognised ami u tul
by this governmem us approximately
me same as llmse devised by 0
United stitt fr which Benator Bor
an aa a member of the chamber to
which in belongs bears a personal
and Inescapable responsibility. If bo
has ever seriously argued that th. y
""if mum -iinine tie nas in. t I n
gealoua In the effort lo have them
rejected how duos he square his con-
duet with his duty!
VI. i . ..... . . .
jum is sum wiin nigli rrspert i
Senator Borah. It is merel) a lit-
erary excursion Indicating the en so
with which anj Individual might be
hold up us a responsible author of
the calamity of seven days ago. The
fact is that the Ui Utah certificate has
hud und waa believed to deserve
world-wide acceptance. If the rules
under which it Is Issued arc not suf-
ficiently strict thai fact has been
demonstratid only within the week
and there has bei n m i ' f.-n to d
fend them hut a unanimous promlsu
to make them what they should be.
Likewise Senator McCumber prop
erly rebuking Sen iter Itayncr b
moaned the tcndetic) Inward "larger
proporth.ns and greater speed" und
the fact that "the spirit of contest
and desire to excel has I me rnni-
pnnt." Hut Hit Titanic was nt t a
"flyer." She did not compete with
the llauretanla and Lualtanla in
speed. Ijtrtfe she was but up to to-
day who has regarded mere I ilk us
dangerous In oceangoing vessels 7 Has
It not been hulled as the i
most efflch nt protei Hon ?
The high dut) of th. lawmakers
If It is to be fulfilled nint be undet
taken with sanity and knowledge not
paaalon and prejudice for if these lat-
ter rub the ocean traveler's last state
will be worse than his first. N
years not oven by
minutes even but
We live not by
lays or Iiuiiih 01
Time Is divided Into small spaces
and at the present now there Ih
time Only for a small deed.
itut tin seconds add into hours ami
the hours Into years.
And our little deeds. too if We
faithfully do more accumulate into
it Ih the only way the ordinary life
can become filled with usefulness and
ailing well 0D all sides. Particularly - subscriptions ut the college yesterday
gratifying to Tulaam Is the compart- ! showed what united effort would do.
s f our last clearing house stale-.There were many small subscriptions
ment With tha Of a year ago showing i and a few larger ones but the whole
a healthy increase. While Oklahoma I totaled 11610. Bvery man and wom-
cily und Muskogee fur the similar an In Tulsa cun afrord to get Into
period show s bad decline a reciup- ibis college propnsition and do ods
oration is likely to corns at any time
mui it is huied that it win. Prosper-
ity that is local Is a falaa prosperity
and cannot endure long. Hut thu
must of in ir cltloH all over the country
But it la nut on the farms where
things are exceedingly healthy. It Is
now eatlmated thai the wheal crop of
Oklahoma will be about 11000000 mttteef have all found a splendid feel-
bushels as against
eur. The estimated
ton high tu be b
ebeolutely refuses to talk line.
' Doctor can you give me something
to make him talk'.' Something 1 can
put In his coffee and it will start him
right out on all kinds of conversa-
tion including short talk u Hubert
W. Chamber-line of love-talk and
What I want is fur him lo spe.ik
up. 1 am not afflicted In this man-
ner und 1 talk and talk and talk
to him for hours at -a time hut ho
will not talk back. If I get so much
as ' yes ur "no from him during
one evening 1 think he has been real
It must be a terrible iiffllction not
to be able to talk. 1 remember once
I had to remain silent a whole day
when my husband's mother died. I
was cortnlDl) glad when we laid tho
Old girl to rest SS that silence was
Once my husband told me what I
Deeded was a chin rt. What did ha
mean hy that?
Wnll mj husband talk when ho
grows older or does age make them
mure silent 7
Viiiirs in silence
figure Is high.
tide yet anyone
cun affnrd tu stay out.
Id Make your suUOCriptions at
once. ThOS who are making the
canvass report that very few nun
are refusing to subscribe but that
many are askiiiK them to return for
the subscription. This makes double
work for Ihe commltlces. The time
Is short Maj 11 1 p m. The com
ing for Kendall ami Kendal) win win.
I I TH LOOK isio i ills
The price of ogga is still I galling
The differ nee between ragtime
and bootlegger booze Ir that yen can
get mgtlma at some of the store for
A HE MARTIN
who has lueii out on the farms lately
knows that the wheat cmp bids fair to
be an immense one
The w heat crop is Just one of tho j of nn
Milled crops which are grown In Ok.
lahoma. everyone of which Is mak-
liiK an excellent showing at this time.
The cotton crop looks good; there
will be more fruit raised In tins state
i his ear than In any year in its past
history because of the hundreds of
new orchards which will oome Into
friiltiiKe: the pntato
although the crop acreage in Tulsa
So your husband does not talk and
you warn him made over aguin into
B sort Of magpie?
I am s..rry that I can't arconimu-
dats you but I do not administer
talking powders. What you should
have dom was to marry u phqnograbh
and have it trained to engage in a
catch-as-catch can nun crsantion by
simply preaslng a button.
It Is possible your husband has
brains and wishes to think. When I
sa "possible" I have (lniihts as he
married you; but then the greatest
nun have done foolish things.
Why not give huhby his silence? He
may in- thinking of you. doepln tho
convolutions of his brains and plc-
for stock I
tin nibs have taken more tlmn ...
op is i. sins iinnnurv amount uf f. ed
fine and there has fallen enough rain crippling many a tenant.
already to almost make the normal
yield; corn was planted lets on ac-
count of disagreeable weather but It
looks like a rainy season and that
means corn In Oklahoma; oats rye
every crop Is in the running like It
Bounty this eur will be ahovs that turlng out a little romance of your
Ola iiiiiriiiig days. Hunt' bother the
little wheels and gears In his head
PhllUa you might get them all agog
by your intense talkativeness.
I want to give you a little pointer.
Tou Write me today asking fur talk-
ing powders to put in your husband's
coffee and by the same mail I receive
S letter from your husband asking if
i the spring ' "lv guaranteed knockout drops
mat lie COUIU use on his wire so He
could get a little peace. A word to
the wise is sufficient. Phlllis.
Kit. KNOCK KM.
P. lalnly S. peaking. Next time
you marry Phlllis. try to rope In n
relation of Itryan ttnnsovelt or Xan-
tlppe. Hit. K.
previous year reliable reports
are had that some fauna will be un-
profitable uu account Of a lack of
seed g i productive soil which
from the point of sowlnj Lust year
was a pour one on Oklahoma (arms
from marf) standpoints the winter
was a severe otu
May 6 to 9
Trains Leave 6:00
a. m. and 4:10 p. m.
Ask halt -Agent
It. W. PI ItPI'S.
MIDLAND VALLEY R. R
"ARKANSAS R1VBR ROUTE"
Low Bxcuralon Parse
s s t l CONVENTION
May nth anil 10th.
m. E Church South
.May 1 to 5 Inclusive.
Elks ami Kagles
May ii to i) Inoluaiva
FT. SMITH A Ilk.
Slate ( un wisjlnil
1 internal Order ((f Kagles
May I to H Inclusive.
For further information askr the
Ticket Agent or
(J. P. A.
W. M. WILSON
Wilson Building Cor. 2nd and Detroit
ALU WORK GUARANTEED.
AT BRADY'S SALE.
Thai doesn't look
Ut 4 K SMITH
never was before
like one of your
The man who hasn't any hogs or
eattle to sell right now wishes he
hud. "OB ths hoof" beef Is bringing
around It ceots a pound and hugs
are clicking around ti rents. A gnnd
wurk boras is still worth n ooupla
of hundred I belter one Is worth
three hundred! while the staple mule
Is worth as much if not more.
Who's gulng to SOrntnblS Intu his rifrajgt.
"frald" hole when stuff looks like
that all over the country even If It
Is a "presidential" year.
ow ners of fin ins who have tenants
la Dad Of grain with which to sow
their fields should get busy. There
Il a Chance f .r the Commercial Club
th. Inl mation bureau to get MMWdMftlTOtWM
-; and Derhana the enunt O O
might turn its hand to the trick in
yoms manner. Qood productive land
In Tulsa county should not remain
Idle Sum. body should do something
and do it at once.
EDUC Tlo AL NOTES.
It Is at least an absurbing subject
wh. n Uu physicians sew up a sponge Sand Springs
inside a fellow.
Another calamity with a woman Is
when the waist gets larger than the
Tou have probably nutlcod what an
awful pull n dentist has on some sub.
Poverty may he one of the causes
of the divorce but attorney's fees al-
ways runic frum some place.
Fifty members of the Sophomore
class of the Tulsa High School SPOSU
one of the must enjoyable evenings of
Iho scluiiil term at Sand Springs Insl
Friday. A Special trolley car on the
line was chartered by
the crowd nf students and frum the
time the cor left Fnurth and Main
atmei until It returned at 11 o'clock
p. in. there was nut a dull moment.
A regular picnic supper was served On
the spaeiuiis grnunils at Sand Springs.
The rnller muster and the circle swing
were both chartered fur the. evening
and 'turned over exi luslvely to tho
Announcement has been made nt
New Orleans that the Mississippi nVl-ley-South
American and Orient Steam-
ship company would Inatrgnrate a Una incrsassd to 4gl0i
What argument Ban be advanced in of frolKn Mpniripri( between New Or-J
The diplomatic and ronsulnr nppri
prlAtlon bill was reported to the sen-
Bte. It carries .1"91.f97. The ap-
propriation for the International Cm
gross to lie held next Septemf'er was
luvor of crwnatlng the body of a ter-
i sun who has tiled of alcoholism 7
Tipton Hud Is Inspettin' Ptorblv
land this week with n view o' buyln'
a few gallon. Nothln' mukes a fel-
ler feel as de as goUi' hat k C his
boyhood town an seeln' how squatty
With Massachusetts over. bow-
South American ports nn
i 1 "
The "wlnleiw treaty" which has
been iilffcnii-holcd In the senate for
much are WO nnxlous for some mm. s.r N.ry ratified without the
of this Dtp In the campaign:
Hum often develop Irlto a hummv
Postmasters have been authnrlied
by Postmaster General llltrhrock to
send undelivered mnttej;. "surh ss pic-
ture 1'nrils. newspapers lu iguziiu-.- and
other periodical publications" to mu-
niripal atuhnrlt es for dlitribiition
furmulllv Of a roll cnll. It Is a run-j among hospitals tisylums or reforma-
VOnt on between several governments tory Institutions. Ili-retofore such
for the regulation
of wireless corn-
matter has been sent to the dead letter
olflce In Washington.
WE RECEIVED TODAY
FROM A LEADING
SHIRT WAIST MAKER
EIGHT DOZEN WHITE
LAWN AND VOILE
WAISTS WORTH FROM
$1.75 TO $2; TAKE YOUR
CHOICE FOR $1.00.
TOMORROW WE PUT
ON SALE ABOUT 200 LA
DIES WASH DRESSES
RELIABLE MAKES AT
WHAT THE MATERIAL
TO LIVEN THINGS WE
OFFER FOUR STYLES
LADIES $3.00 OXFORDS
IN ALL THE NEW MA
TERIALS AT $2.45 AND
THE $3.50 KIND AT $2.00.
WE OFFER THREE
STYLES MEN'S ALL
WOOL SERGE SUITS IN
PLAIN AND FANCY
WORSTED THAT CAN
NOT BE BEAT IN TULSA
FOR $15.00 FOR $9.00.
WE CARRY THE NEW
EST ONLY IN MILLIN
ERY AND OUR COLLECT
INSTEAD OF PAY RENT
MAKES OUR PRICES 14
LESS THAN OTHERS.
WE OFFER A FEW
STYLES MEN'S $4.00 AND
$5.00 STETSON HATS AT
TEN BOLTS 50c WASH
SILK DRESS GOODS AT
100 BOLTS 6c AMERI
CAN PRINT AT 4c YD.
SPECIAL PRICES ON A
$10000 STOCK OF GENU
INE STAR BRAND SHOES
FOR MEN WOMEN AND
1890 BRADY'S 1912
BRADY HOTEL BLDG.
U. C. V.
Tb ki ts on sain May 3-4-5. Pi-
nal return limit May lu wltb
privilege of extension to June
6th. by deposit of ticket prior
to May 15 and payment of oX".
SIIH-: TltlP tickets on sale
from Maeoh during Reunion to
points In Alabama Florida
Georgia Kentucky Mississippi
North und South Carolina Ten-
nessee and Virginia.
Join Ihe Special
Extra chair cur will leave Tulsa
May 4th at 11:5.1 a. m. moving
via lloldenyllle Hock Island to
Memphis. Frisco Birmingham
& Southern Railway arriving
Mm on 7:00 a. in. May 6th. '
The Official toilo from
Serthv Decently biiiiilonc d
Through Memphis Acroam High
Water Now Positively Hc-
An inge with the local agent
for your tickets and sleeper accommodations.
Oklahoma City Okla.
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Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 195, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 2, 1912, newspaper, May 2, 1912; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc133605/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.