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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1920.
BACK TO NORMAL
PLEA OF GRAHAM
Defeated Candidate for
House Seal Says U. S.
iHTION NEEDS A REST
Return lo Good Old American
Conditions, Not bo much
Speed Is Recommended.
tffdncwla ' weekly tncetlnR and
inifhpop tins n'"r c,u" V'
LrUatr dlMnR room of Hotel Tutal
prltaic . ...Vlil.. u-..nk meetlm-.
Mt W ' It orahaio, Clark Held
vv Ilia of Tulsa, and John V.
oilcrW. of C hlcnRo. all pertained to
. nr Americanism
5VrpAuatln the Hplrlt-nt peace
01 V. '.h :.n,l irood will toward
"ftrlnB lus talk Graham deplored
fljjs to forget the causes for which
.h. Armlsl ce the so rit
.,.. l..a mill tin. imtmi'l'llt
j,Ckof lneii III "r'"'
"fcave for ineir uujui. mv ........
f'MUfi t iiormnfcy is an Individ-
il nroDitm ho "a'1'' ,r 1110 um0
hii S1" :omo In our liven when
4 can throw off the pettlncw and
unite wttnnui sciiinn lu rounm ui i-
..-.l.llim.j tn mmIvi, flllr lirtlll-
luicai aiiiui'it ....... ...
1fm. if the hour in hero when scr
,w Will supplant profit In our first
'thought, If wo can stop our wild
ruin lor personal -
. ... .iiniKFht fn t)ift iirressitles
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,cf others, If we who aro nild to la-
tior ran linn piennuru m iuuuuuuh
hionfflt fervlco for hole pay and
.11 Die employer utft do IiIh part to
4ane such service; If wo have.
n!n co nit 10 mo umu wnni
1 tn spend less than wo earn and
..tii.lnf filll fllttlPf If VI
JIOD IWJi iuhiif, " . ...... ..
r. ..nin .futlnciiluh hntwneM Illr-
xtn uRiiu ...... - --
lirln and necessities anil Kraccfully
accept 111C HlOVllttOlu ruuiljuniiiiuiii
i(rom a apendlnjr spree to normal
honest conditions; If wn will but
'mount hlph In our lives the Golden
'n..1. Kvn Dnlfirv Pl'UfV tlfilir !4nil
tvery day, then wo will ohtaln nor-
t... .MiinlK' nrwl r-rnrnf llllv. If
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le can't do these thlncn wo can cx-
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leer c uuiiih11
, T ..tl Inn
1118 IHUIl, 1 IV.VI, Mlllnui.v
day thouUt como right after wo
Jive yettK'a or nnimnai Kovvrii-
Promincnt Lawucr Comes'," ftt lr!,,,t s'-00' Am".
o,;.. r " ii I Inn IIvch lost hrforc ArmlKtlco day
Announcempnt was mado Tuenday
by thn CondPti company that J. C,
Denton of MunkoKca had bprn add
ed to 11 legal department ns ni-aisl-ant
to .Tiidco Italph i i' Campuell,
chief counsel, Mr Denton In one of
the beft known ,lnwyeru In eastern
Oklahoma, liavlhR flrtit began the
practleo of law nt Voo-ata, then
movlne to MtiAkoceo In 1D0 to be.
como nMiHtant t'nlted Hlntea attor
ney under AV. .1. OreBir. lie retired
from that offlre to beenmn a re
publican candidate for concremi in
the original oecond dlNtrlet, and then
termed n tmrtnnrnnii with Frank
l-e with whom ho was UKimrlated
lit tho t'nlted Mates nttornny'n of
fice, Denton will enter upon hl
new duties next Monday and will
mnvo h'.s family to Tulwt Immedi
ment for tho next four yearn. It In
flttiiiR that Ir-ono of those who went
down to oetoat, Hiiouiil apeak here
today, for It hIvch mo an opportun.
Ity to pIcdRii myself and to urse
thoHo who accompanied mo Into de
feat to throw off the mantle of n.ir-
tlMiinliln and tako up tho probleniK
of Ufa in a constructive nnd to-op-
"It Im IiIkIi tlmo that wo unite
uk we did In 1918. Wu hae tioclJl
Kovernmentnl and bmilnesH problemH
which we. mum sohe and which we
can milvb without hurt or Injury to
our nation or ourselves If wo but
meet them wlt1 the Rplrit of nolf
Hacrlflco and unltj with which we
met the Rrcater problems of in IS
"Iyjt u mako ArmlHtlcn day a
pIvdEC.JJhat we may denervu In home
Rats Must be Killed
To bolp prevent tlie apread of dUeu
KILL THEM TO-DAY
tho EOkranteH tte rmhutor for Rati,
311c. CV)CkreMtie.i. Antu and W &tr-
boss, the sreateat known deitrojertof
foo4upplleaand prot.ort It erealra
a detlr in tfteae prtit to ran from tn
bnlldlnc for water and frettj air, dln
onuiao in a lew nomania.
SnJt " back II II Mi'lalWr tliu trtpa
IXmtloM la !SlurMtlwr koc
lex.Hox 3c: IB oa. Ilox VM. Phoald b
nongb to kill front CO to 400 Oata.
U. S. Cmminnt buya It.
became a day of remembrance In
our liven. l,et us not only have
peaco on earth, but itlao good will
rirahnm declared the "plant n
tree" eampalKti of tho American Le
Klon had not met with a hearty re.
nponse, an It nbould have received.
Clark l'leld awocrted that thorn
tdiould be ctoser co-Speratloti be.
twrnn eiuplu)ti' and employe, oft
each mkht know more of tho oth
BLACK TO PENITENTIARY
Vllllama Colllni", a neRro, who
entered a pica of Kuttty to the
charRO of ntealluff ft liandbaR and
men'. ctothliiR valued at J HO from
3.t KrtHt 1-lrKt street September 10,
doctors" use "
colds and flu
Influenza and Grippe, Like
Ordinary Colds, Require
Calotabs, tho Purified and
Kef inert Calomel Tablets
That Are Nausealcss, Safu
Doclnrx are warning tho public
that wimple eoldn nnd mild rnse of
Influenza often lead to pneumonia
and other hprloiiM eompllcntloni.
They Kiy that every eold Mhould re
ceive Immediate attention and that
the first step In the treatment Is lo
make sure that the liver Is active,.
I'or thin purpo'e Calotab. the per.
fected, nauseates calomel tablets
are tho surest, beat and most aRrco
Ono C.ilntah at bed tlnin with a
swallow of water that's all. no salts,
no miiifcn, nnd no upsetthip; of the
dlKestlon and appetite. Next morn.
Iiir your rold has vanished, jimr
liver Is active, your system Is plirl
fled and refreshed and you nre feel
'UK fine with a. hearty appetite fur
breakfast. Kat what you please,
I'or your protection, Calotabs nro
sold only In orlRlnal seuled p.irkaRes,
price thlrty-flvn cents. All driVKKlsta
recommend and Ruarantec Calotabs
and aro authorized to refund the
price If you aro not dcllRlHed with
w-ao sentenced to nerve one year and
ono day In the state penitentiary by
.tin! ire Redmond . Colo In district
Collins was arrested on complaint
of O, .'. Utile, T C, ltalford and K.
D. Dawson, owners of tho stolen
rlothlntr. and tho iieRm admitted
havliiR stolen the property from the
house occupied by tlin men.
1 Ideal for
TO THE KIDNEYS
Take a Tablespoon ful oil
Salts If Back Hurts
Or Bladder Bothers.
We arc a nation of meat eater and
our blood la filled with uric acid.
snM a well-known authority, who
warns us t( no constantly on guard
acalnU kidney trouble.
The klilneya do their utmost to
free tho blood of this IrritatlnR acid,
but become weak from the over
work, they Ret shiRRlshi the diminu
tive tlhsuea cIor and thus the waste
Is letalned In the blood to poison the
When your kidneys adie and feel
like lumps of lend, and you have
itinitlnR palnn In the tuck or the
urine Is cloudy, full of sediment, or
the bladder Is Irritable, obllRlnR you
to seek relief durlnR the night; when
you have evere hrudnchen. nervous
and dizzy spells, sleeplersness, acid
stomach or rhrumntlstn In bad
weather, Ret from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jail Halts, tako
a tublespoouful In a glnix of wator
hefore ureaKrast each mornlnir and
In a few days your kidneys will act
fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of Rrapes and lemon
lulee, combined with llthla, ami has
been used for ReneratlonH to flush
and stimulate cIorrciI kidneys, to
neutralize the nclds In urine no II Is
no longer u source of Irritation, thus
encnnR urinary ana madder disorders.
Jnd Halts Is Inexpensive and cannot
Injure: mnkes a dellRhtful efferves
cent lithla-watcr drink, and nobody
can mnke a mistake by taklnc a lKtle
occasionally to keep tho kidneys
cican ami active. Advt.
for Highest Possible ijttality at 1
Lowat Possible Price
"it's more like
There you have Spur's big reason in a
nutshell. It's wha an American
Legion man said after he had puffed
a Spur for a moment or. two.
He knew cigarettes. Found how com'
forting a good one is. Had 16 months
in France. And he ncw what he was
talking about when he said:
"More Lie a Smoke"
iThat's because you can taste the good
tobacco in Spurs. You get the aroma
of a new and delicious blend of the
finest leaf grown in Turkey, fine Bur'
ley and other homegrown tobacdos.
Unmarrcd bystarch because the seam
is crimped not pasted.
Longer and sweeter in the smoking
slower in the burning. Fresh and
fragrant as you open the pack, be
cause it's triplcwrappcd.
Priced to be popular and packaged to
Sec for yourself "morclie a Smoke.
Liggett Myers Tobacco Co.
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Try tui on your office dVil: oen utoneoflhe neui wicuurrwealof
Spur tint (jift? cigattttti) and InhaU iWI;. Some frapanu
Ail luikd in iil you Htht up yvut $bui and turn it Im
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I J with our clothes Ml I
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We'll save money for you on Hart Schaff- we 'are; it's the greatest value-giving
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The Home of Hart Schaff ner & Marx clothes
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