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TULSA DAILY WORLD,. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1010.
W99 ASKS TULSA TO HELP HER to AS Mickey, a poor, lovable, harum-scarum little tomboy, lias been living in a mountain mining town, sla ing all day long. -Mickey has neer known any the jovs of life, but now the news has come to Mickey that she is the heiress of a gold mine, and now she is coming to Tul'sa. So in order that Mickey will sec Tulsa for what it is (the best town of its size in te country) we want to let her know what to do while here, ami remember, Miekev is going to buv a new outfit and will want to know where to find the leading merchants. U3 Mabel Normand in "MICKE Y" BUY A LOT TODAY IN ONE OF THESE ADDITIONS Kratz-Gerlach Addition On North Main, Ch.v.nn. and Rnmnn, In th 1100 hlrxk, hlh and Unfitly; IrtPilly cltuatiol. llr trlrlnt to fin homH Prlr of lnt, S59.to 11,000. Tfrnm. nn fourlh down, balanra I, 1! and IS months. Hobbi Addition On Norlh Dnvr, Chrvnne nn Klwomt. In th MOO lilrck. lrn vfr. t'hryrnnn and Klwnod r lh fine reidn nectlona of Tulaa. We hvi only a few lota Ifft. rrl.n. htn I,. 700. Tfrma, $100 down iind IIS per month. Arlington Height! .TukI Hm ( h i,f IrvInK I'Urr, nv-r-lonlUn the Arkitnimi rn er The mom lieaiillful linnie Nlirs In the weel part if Hie cilv I'llce of lota. I4(i in 1700 Term, 50 down. .'0 per month. Investors Addition On North Klfiennlh, HUteenlh and Si'M'iileenih etreele, 1 ft T lutn altedy mtlil. Only SS lota left. Don l ei th nil te anld before yon hliy I'rlre of loin. ll'iO (ti 1 2110. TrrniH, $10 dun n. per H eek. Kvervhody run ternii like tliem. ou a home eite. buy Home Hum, I'hone ua today. buy n lot on Let lie ahow You Intend to hy not now? rnnNi-: i&34 M. J. GLASS A CO. ExcIutiVe Agents ovi:r pai.ac i: TiiiHTrn HOMES ON EASY TERMS 14.100-11760 raah, balatiett SO per month, will huy a good B-room rottaxe on Kaat Meonnd atreet, one block from WuehlnKton mhool. Kaet front, modern. Karate, well, 5 year paid on the pavlna;. I5.0IXV With 11,500 cah, bal anra eaey, will huy a good (-room modern hunnalnw on North Kl wood. Nice electrlo flxturea, man tel, full alia lot, eat front SS.RtMV Oely 1700 rah. balance $35 per month, good B-ronm buniralnw, thicken hnuHe. Karaite, well, fin corner lot 60x140; located on Hunt Hecond atreet. SJ,IM Termi 11,000 raah. halanre to he aranKd, will buy a beautiful hnuae on Smith .Xanthua; two apartmenia of three rooma each; white enamel flnleh. oak floor, two fireplncea, enamel Krench doora throughout, ruraRe, rr vanta' ouartere; built of tyle and aturco. $000 Will buy a ftud corner lot, 60x1 40. with I-room hnuae, In V1 Tulaa; all fenced and hi a good well. Hye thl and make ISOO . l.lOO Only $700 oh, balance US per month, will buy a dandy 4 -room bungalow, with fruit tree, well, lot 10x140 In Kendall. .Valuable Prizes for Those Who Read the Ads. Find the Misspelled Words To the persons finding the Rrcatost number of misspelled words in the merchants' ads. appearing on this page the following prizes will be Riven: First prize 10 tickets to "Mickey," beginning at Kialto Sun day. Second prize-two tickets and one Victrola record of "Mickey." Next 10 prizes-two tickets each. Send answers to "Mickey Contest Editor," care Tulsa Daily World. Answers must be in by Saturday, 6 p. m. Winners to be announced in classi fied page of Sunday Morning World. NWV4.W 1,1 f 1. 800 On! y IIS00 naeh, balanr ISO per month, for h good plaatered 2-room houae and large lot, (.0x15 feet, covered with large bearing frnlt treea, convenient to Pellvlew and Weet Tulaa atreet car. tn.ftOO peautlful 6-room modern bungalow home on South Cincinnati, aaat front, high lot. oak floor, bAaement. garage, aervanta' quarter, larce clutern, beautiful home. S9.M 14&0 c.inh balance I1B per month,, etra large lot, nx 70x150; nice ehada tree, high and nightly, Juat aouth of Irving l'lnce addition. $4,000 Terma 11,900 cah, balance 150 per month, almoet new B-room modern bungalow; mantel, hakement, eaat front located on the eat Ida clore to Kendall atreet car. M. J. Glass tSc Company 219-A S. MAIN STREET PHONE 1534 1894- 1919 25 Years DOxAson Goodman 1 'uvvv37 SER VISE LUMBER HARDWARE Fone 3152 Corner Madison and Hodge Streets Photae 3847 "MICKEY" Visit Our Free Publik Library 66 MICKEY 59 We Have a New Drink Named After You. Come and Get One Beginning Yesterday a War Tax Must Be Paid Upon Drinks, Etc., to the Amount of lc for Each 10c Purchase or Fraktion Thereof. But at YOUNKM AN'S DRUG STORE The Consumer Docs Not Pay the Tax Today a new utalo of prices gws into effect at our fountain in order that the war tax may be. paid without any ndded cost to ouf patrons. We Hume the cost of our war tax and the consumer may continue to buy drinks and creams here without paving anvthinjr extra for tax. THE TAX UPON TOILKT PRKPEKATIONS, PATENT AND PROPRIETARY MEDICINES WIU, NOT RAISE THE PRICE TO OUR PATRONS. We astume the burden of this tax also and you may visit our store from today on with the surety that you will not have to purchase under a scale of new and higher prices. Note these prices that will be. in effect at?'our fountain from now on: Watson and Avens Ice Cream, pint 2"c; quart 4.rc; Coca Cola and such drinks 4c, with lc war tax added, .rc; Sundaes and Ice Cream Sodas, fruited, 1.1c, with 2c war tax aded, 1 5c : Efrjr Malted Milk 18c, with 2c war tax added, 20c; Malted Milk, plain, 9c, with war tax added, 10c. ASK EOU A "MICKEY." All drinks and dishes in it listed will be lowered in price to meet war tax without adding anything to its cost to tjie consumer. MABEL TfOUMAIHD C. S. Younkman's Drug Store 15 West Fourth Street. NEW LOCATION Phone Us Your Prescription We Deliver. Khone 1898. The Only Moving Picture Ever Made That instantly became so popular that a popular song was written about the heroine. nnniaw KimA ' S 9S Mack Sennett's Recoq.1 -Smashing Pro duktion That Is Swepinft the Nation and Breaking Records Wherever Shown. flMurftig MABEL NORMAND One Solid Week, Degining Sunday Rialto Theater "Mickey" is in the fifth consecutive week of the most phe- nomenal run any motion picture lias ever recorded in Kan sas City. It is estimated that half the entire population of the city has seen "Mickey" already.