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TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. 1920
7Vte Republican Machine
Voters Who Do You Believe?
Those who condemn during the heat of political passion, or those who render honest,
sincere opinion when the only motive is to state the TRUTH?
Those who desire to tear down the reputation of others in order to make political gain
for themselves or those who desire to give credit where credit is due?
CONSIDERING THE MOTIVES BEHIND THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS
WHO DO YOU BELIEVE?
Tate Brady et al
Tulsa is the cleanest city in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State Board of
J A city of culture, refinement and education.
A good place to rear and educate a family.
A law-abiding city, where character is appre
ciated. A city splendidly governed by competent of
ficials. "The Tulsa Spirit."
Official organ of the Chamber of Commerce
H. H. Rogers, E. W. Sinclair, Dr. S G. Kennedy,
J J. F. Crosbie, A. L. Farmer, G. E. Warren, J. W.
Woodford, C. B. Lynch, Alf G. Heggem, Mark
Carr, C. A. Mayo, VV. K. Brown.
xxx Good city government demands more
J than almost anything else men of experience.
xxx Not only would Tulsa lose a man of
experience in failing to re-elect Mayor Hub
bard, but also all the cities of the state would
sustain a distinct loss, x x x As president
of the Municipal League, Mayor Hubbard has
worked with enthusiasm for good city govern
ment. Failure to re-elect him now would mean
a gneat loss to good municipal government in
) k 1 a h o m a Municipal
Dr. F. F. Blachly (University of Oklahoma)
The Tulsa World When It
Or Told the Truth.
(June 12. 1919)
"It is an unfortunate situation when one man can overturn the efforts and influence of hundreds of patriotic city builders, but
it is fortunate that these city builders are determined to build a proper water supply for Tulsa, xxx This supply will be
secured and those who have suffered hv the delay will be able to put their finger on the individual responsible for that event."
-From the January, 1920, issue of "The Tulsa Spirit." PUT YOUR FINGER ON THAT MAN TODAY.
VOTE FOR HUBBARD AND A BIGGER, BETTER TULSA
The Tulsa World of
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