Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 119, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 3, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD
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at Blocn Disorders
A Remedy Tlmt Ha Shown
o Mont Remarkable
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Full Inform juon yl.idly jj.wtn at any othce
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lVc6 YOU'? AfACl?0V
YERS IMS UP
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YOU can do in a very few minutes what the United States
L erislatuw has boon trying Cor years to do. You can elimi-
nate the manufacturer who tries to Bell you short weight
packages for the misbelief that they are full weight. Many
concerns manufacturing Macaroni (spaghetti Ready Cut and
ol r is e put up short weight packages and sell them to you
for f ill weight goods Your scale should be your protection.
Experience has taughtraany housewives that EAuLE BRAND
Macaroni Spaghetti and Ready Cut are always nut up in I-TLL
WEIGHT packages -that their quality is the best and never
varies that they cost less and goes further. Just say to your
grocer EAGLE BRAND he can supply you.
McAIestor Macaroni Factory McAleeter Okla.
22 different hinih marie.
Calm m t pastry is good to
look at food to eat. Always
Lylit tluflY tender and n"boie
tome Colutuet is the one tiikinpr
powder that is high in qualitf mid
twuratt in price
RH tlVF.l) HIGHEST AWARDS
! HOI GUILTY
(Ml It'll 1 I i .
io ii:ii 1 1 i in-
Mc iv I II
f.-' retni y
HER newly elected
big things f r Tula
new work u he took
ASK AID FOR IKE
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N A LITTLE WATE.R
COLDS AND GRIPP
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I I I I a I Mil l I i lit I III
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.i year and In order to meet Imtne
dl l di m inde 'tally "f at N-uct
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Ided to ask roi
not thai Hit
mi' unable tc
in"fi tin' emergency ' u t because n
fell timt there would be ;i atatewidi
Interest In the destitute Families ol
ih" mi n who mil slain at their p'.Ht
Tin mmittee i composed ol
Mayor D. C UcCurtaln K. C. Million
R. It. Kali Melven Cornish W. II
i'"x. li. L tiaynea r. D. Plttman
Wallace Bond. J. Roy Williams J. W.
Perry and Rev v. w Chancellor.
Three members of the committee are
bankers two ;ir- newspaper men and
three are members of the city com-
mission Contributions acceptable no
matter how small maj be nt t" any
member of the committee or to an?
bank In the city preferably the latter
to the credit of Mayor McCurUUn.
Tim mass meeting at which the com-
mittee wns appointed Ihh voted to
memorialize the state legislature fur
ii permanent fun 1 for families of
t" ace officers killed white in the per-
formance of duty nnd forwarded a
request t. the governor and the irin-
cn board asking thai recognition not
financial be given other prison em-
ployes anil convicts who gave 'hs
tingulshed tvi.v in the recapl ire of
tin ii aping con lets.
Thii ware r...m Is Imated nt
Mo i North Boulder avenue on
Frisco tracks and is almost fire
proof. The three upper floors
are all roomed off and each
room hnn lock and key for
household goods. This gives
each customer a private locked
room for their goods We also
have the laiKn padded moving
vans .'ind do moving nnd orat-
ing. In fart we nre niakitiR the
handling and storing of house-
hold goods and pianos inir spe.
dalty. call at
Nichols Transfer Storage
No. l North Boulder or Ptione
MOUNIl VAI.I.rV KANSAS
(hi In itmi r CANCER.
I dlaeUM nf akin. Writs
i".r.'l All klira iriimptly
Dm ipp nrnfiRTiuip
Fountain Drug Co.
112 South Bo s Ion
I (0 ltd
f tile 'ol. .ratio.
m tin- isU
PA I I K LEI Si & CO.
tying Comedy Spect tele "the Land of
' Sow t idying at the Empress 1 heatre
TtH'K IV Sj.iion Mi
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if every month of the present year
prion an profitable at the Intittal
nmnth did the police department lund
win he considerably larger a yem
front now than it has ever i n be-
fore With I6.atl.tt as the t.tll f
the month of January iht department
had one of the biggeai months in its
hr "A ''ompand with the amount
tak- n In dating December li ahnwa Kn
IncreaM of ezactlv li -. m n
h liars be las eollw ted the last month
i f last rear.
Wva hundred and sight arrcsta
were made during January an a
'" i '!l " ilay. i it this uuml i r
were lurnea to the county on f
charges two wen turned to
counties while the United (States
shall was given i uatod) nf three
I 'no hundred and tWt nta tin
the '.I'll arrests were taken to
Hi station in the patrol watron
tVmtnd Huh oi ii.ti m
M ALKBTEK Okla. Kelt xhe
body of Betl Mast. rs. foUnd M . r..l
hundred feet balow .... place lo re
he was drowned Thursday in Oalnaa
ir.eh w. 8K. h)m)
am home asUarda. and buried.
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Lorton, Eugene. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 119, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 3, 1914, newspaper, February 3, 1914; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134942/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.