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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1920
ROWE INJUNCTION
AGAIN CONTINUED
Politicians Litigation
Dwindling Away for
Lack of Grounds
INTEREST DYING OUT
Original Intention 'if Remov
ing Neal From Office
About Died Out
itr.An COACH ih i) it i r, .
Sun Kink In llw- Halls OMsM BMJtJ
far to iMn il' Thm k.
A MM kink ID Ihi' tails c a use rl ltl
rear coach of Frisco paSBangar No
iii Aim In Tula from Oklahoma
city at r. r n o'clock p. m. to lnai
the track lust cat of Iteil Kork
Sunday vcnimr. OwlM la tha faol
t hut travsl was rary livnl Um eoaeh
vvim empty.
No hmm raaaltad otnar lhan
thai lha ralM irara torn up for v-
eial yurrle
A now ohlokan broortai is hato
by n lamp bencnth 11 sand cmcrcit
floor.
HORSE THIEVERY
REAPPEARS HERE
Chtrltt Howell Planned
to Make Trip; Mother
Notifies Police
llss Ifr boron Ibbf come back?
Tb at In a (juration thai la ptlaslll k
pollea officer.
Ckwiaa Hawaii . oautyhl abool
"Vloi-d Momlrtv mortilrta tin.1 u ha
was hllrhlnK a horso to th steps of
hit ROHM, 1100 Baat Ma'.r . He hd
stolen the hone about an hour
tib r from Al fi liy.in, III Botith
or folk, police mhv.
The pollen were first tioflflirt Df
Ihn theft when tI'O boy'a motlici
phoned tb police Italian about mid
iilKlir ami naked that two or three
officers he sent to her homo Hhe
toirt tbrm tlnil her boy was
ftiiln to steal a horse I but
anna, but win oor.ilnir bat k for his
a iilillf; The nfffotfl stationed Ihern
aalvaa stoiiml the porch on which
tin- widillc waa I i rir im'l walled for
Howall in ihbw up. An Invaattgatlon
of tha SM-bl.e rrveiilcd two saihllr
mabf n tol hid nlrendv fOlta,
mother explained to the officers that
ha waa Rolng to Kins.is
Whan arrested llowrll bad a lsro
rnllber nlatol with blni. but dM
attampi to uaa It. 'If you had been
flva mlnut-n Inter you would til f t
t.HVn cnuaht ntf," he tobl the officei
Ha ainb intimated thai nothing c on: i
ha done with him. "I II Changs thai
county attorney's mind whan i mtt
tans pa'krd wltih provisions. HM
mothar aM that ha burl been In unni"
traaktl In Tcyss, but aha did not
know wh.it lha trouble: "IK.
After serin the home which her
a. in had ilddan to tha house Mr:
Howall aid that H hot. mired to Al
fred Itvan.
Tha Ttowr NVnl Injunction ault In
Whklll lha former aaeka to reaaln
Maati bm of tha ehaii manahlp of
tho Tulsa county election boardr
rami near ilyln n natural daatb
yestei il;iy. eounsei for both men 'ty
agrci inept allowlua Iba fourth baftf
Ina of thu enw to be act over to
AiiKuai , since inline U J Martin,
b' fro-e whom the enn'' baa been tiled,
will probably be out of the city on
hla vacation before that ilute, the
i hanee of a further hearing la rather
tcmoto.
The cnae which dentin with lha In
t' tolon on Rowa'a priit of rcmovlon
Neal from iiffli-c an a reprcn utu
tho of the Homm Kinney f.ietton In
elty and county poll'da. baa flriilly
petereil out. aacapl that .famce
Bprlnaar, Itowc'e i-ounael, and h
mam bar i r the Buck La aria brand of
Tiri'. i oountj damooraey ami wiahea
to enllnbti-ti tin- OOttM na to n poa
atble error In the OtrOO lUdtl of no.
Ilcea for the maotM of tba lirmo
rrallc central cniutnlt' -c y,hlch me:
two uraaba atiOi ami in aecte: aaaaloAi
lea-ill- nalicrl the removal of Howe
by the ni.it'- election tioaril aiol
raoommandad the apatnunant of
Murnnr' -.ri na eholman of lha
county election board. Thin action
lcKiilly taken except poaolily nn to
the legality of the notice alvett an. I
hIho the foli c of tli il action by a
minority of the damoorallo oommlt
to iii alaotlni Naal ind imkiiiK lha
ramoyal -if Rowai put the tiulattm on
tha Down Injunction ault to ratAln
till offlre ii M crrilnlv ell II It'lua n. the
anion of tha oontral eotnmitlaa prao
tlcally Inklnn the raao out of lha
aob'ia.
To Tha Palillr
Kffc tive July i, llva-mlnut nai
arvlM on the Ken. lull line lietwein
lha coiner ,,r I'ifih and Chayamia
and the end of . elite m- - , Hf I'lrat
Btrieai; tan-inlnuto en- aarvioa to
Kandnll collrga
Time" ram iq tiie lendull line
llllnlni only na far la the etid of
jioiIko or Hiat tVHral airaal deaiK
rifitad on the loiitirw; alnn na, HOI
Kaal Klral, TulwiMliect itallwivt'o
Ailvt.
Two lurae HllcMl-n coni
opined In I77, Ht ill nrn .
duotlva nporatlmi
milieu,
n pro-
L
When Folks
Quit Coffee
because of cost to
health or purse, the
naturally drink
Instant
Postum
There's a Reason
BULLETIN
The following etxeerpt
taken from a bulletin it
aued by one of the prom
inent diatributera of but
ler will be of intereit:
"ON AND AFTER AU
GUST 1, SALE OF 15
OZ. BUTTER WILL BE
PROHIBITED BOTH
WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL. "PLEASE BEAR THIS
IN MIND AND DISCON
TINUE SELLING YOUR
TRADE 15 OZ. SIZE IN
SUFFICIENT TIME SO
THAT IT WILL ALL BE
CLEANED UP AND
OUT OF THE DEAL
ERS' HANDS BY THAT
TIME. THIS IS VERY
IMPORTANT.
"FEDERAL OFFICIALS
WILL MAKE VERY
STRICT INVESTIGA
TIONS AROUND THAT
TIME AND ANY ONE
CAUGHT SELLING
THIS SIZE WILL BE
PROSECUTED."
Thia will put an end to
on of the "SHARP
PRACTICES" with
which the public haa
been burdened for n
good many montha. We
Are pleaaed to aay and
our cuatomera will re
member that we have
peraiatently and consis
tently refrained from
handling thia size pack
age of butter and have
u a e d our influence
againit the practice, be
cause it evidently waa
designed to deceive the
public into believing
that they were buying a
pound of butter when
they were only actually
netting IS ox.
Our buaineaa principles
were formulated and put
into aharp practice aa a
ahield to protect our
cuatomera againat all
"Sharp Practicea."
TRADERS NO. 4
105 Eaat First Street
Phones Oaage 6970,
8692 and 4935
J
PIGGLY WIGGLY
.ma, OVSH Tin: voiii,i
NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES
Pure white gIMtllatad
HUgur,
per lb
Gam Nut Oil o,
per lb
25c
31c
Trot
per
Nut Oleo,
lb.
Red Htur 1'lotir,
24 - lb. au h iii,
Swift's or WIIhoii'h stiOSd
bucou, In 1 lb curlona. .
QatlOb poarJloH, solid
pack, per gftl
Ill onkflrhl butter,
per pka
Cleai Brook butter,
per pk(
Meadow Hold butter,
per pkg
UriiiHl Priab butter,
per pka
Standard peaa,
two cans for
Standard corn,
two cans for
Standard tomatoes,
two cans fur
l-'ull cream cheese,
per lb
WUaaa'a Nut oieo,
per lb
(Sem Nut Oleo,
colored, pi r lb
58c
79c
55c
55c
57c
59c
25c
25c
25c
35c
32c
13c
30c
$1.95
29c
44c
...87c
$1.74
$2.61
OHabo,
1 lb. can
ci lane,
14 lb. can
Oflaoo,
3 lb. can . . t . . . .
t ' I iMCO.
6 lb. can
C'rlaeo,
9 lb. can
Pet. Carnation, llalea Lead.
ltordetiH, evaporated milk, tall
cana,
each
Hi de, t limited aupply 1
tall alxe, each
Oatl, two packaKa
for
Corn Flakes,
per ik
urapa Nuts,
per iika t
Nucoa Nut Oleo,
per lb
Wilson's Certified oleo,
colored, per lb
13 k
10c
25c
12 k
17c
34c
48c
COFFEE!
ITotger'a Qoldan data
Coffee, lOT lb
1 lad a Leader Coffee,
per lb
White House Coffee,
per lb
!: lakfaat Bought,
per lb
llreakfaat Del.uxe,
per lb
ArbuckUs,
per lb
Mnxwell House
per lb
St. Nicholas,
per lb. . .
COFFEE! COFFEE!
II. & K. -
per lb DlC
White House, Q- QQ
l-pound can in 1 ,'ln'
Polar Hear.
per lb
Nature's Heat,
per lb , . t
Old Master,
per lb
Arbuckle', llreaktast,
per lb
Mm, ai cb,
lr
58c
43c
53c
54c
54c
45c
55c
58c
54c
61c
51c I
eJ4:C
49c
$1.53
Wc have a complete line of tcaa, liicJuilInK tena for tocil tea.
Iilptou'is, Tot Icy 'h hikI ltoyul Lant.-n bruiiila.
PIGGLY WIGGLY
lb ,
Alton's
per lb -,.
rotatr! '"Olden Clate
2 V - pound can
n 21 LAS1 HRS1 bIKttT
aaaaaJraWbVT
Peoples Exchange
111-113 EAST FIRST STREET
Largest Retail Food Distributors in the Southwest
TRUTH
The Peoples Exchange wishea to call the readers attention to some three or
four weeka ago that we refrained from reading matter in our advertisement! and
advertised our prices only as we have always preferred to do.
While in conversation with neighbor a week or ten days ago we called his
attention to this fact, and added that we thought it waa trashy. He compli
mented the writer and in the same breath immediately resorted to reading matter
in his advertisements, and aeemingly to the writer tried to build up his business
and establishment by trying to run ours down.
The Peoples Exchange does not feel hurt in any way for the simple reason
that our sales records show a continued increase in number of daily customers.
Our recent efforts in remodeling show a considerable improvement in a sanitary
and modern way. The real fact of the matter dear reader is that we are im
pressed by neighbor, that he fully realizes that our sale improvements will have
a tendency to make the Peoples Exchange more efficient than ever and thus
reduce our overflow of trade which our neighbor has enjoyed in a grossly and
profitable manner ever since the founding of this establishment.
We have advertised prices, and we have never at any time, by any of our
customers, been accused of short weighing or short measuring, and we aasure
you dear reader that if we ever are, there will be one more case in the police
court next morning. However, we do admit that we have been accused of the
same by our over jealoua neighbor, who for two years or longer has condemmed
us for advertising prices and has openly and boldy insinuated that our goods
were inferior and that we were not responsible or dependable merchants.
But despite this fact, we have enjoyed a continual increased volume, and
are now trying to show our appreciation to the public for same by improving our
store and market to the best of our ability and any one by a glance or the most
rigid inspection, could tell by observation or inspection that there is not one
five cent piece wasted in the equipment or fixtures of the Peoples Exchange.
Our neighbor has inconvenienced himself repeatedly by calling the public
attention to the fact that he has cheap rent and has insinuated that we pay
exorbiant rent, while the real facl of matter is that we lack $60 per month
of paying any rent at all. One of his latest deceptions is that he is trying to make
room for a $100,000 grocery stock. Now dear reader don't be misled on this
subject. We have at present, approximately a $60,000 grocery stock- in our
store room which is the basement of one building, and if you are interested you
are at liberty to observe the same and then you can readily see that it would
be utterly impossible for our un-friendly neighbor to receive and take care of a
$100,000 grocery stock in his present quarters. Of course, it is presumable he
will say that he goes to the storage with these exorbiant stocks. This is an ad
vantage that The Peoplea Exchange has. We will say for example that we
lack $60 per month, or $720 per year of having any rent at all as compared with
our neighbor, which we will say has approximately $125 per month store rent,
and $100 per month for storage rent or $2,700 per year for both. This is only
dona to show the dear public and our un-friendly neighbor, that either, does not
know what he is talking about, or on the the other hand he is trying to mislead
the public into believing that he has a cheaper operating expense.
In this advertisement we are going to bring out some comparisons that are
largely to your interest and information.
15 OZ. CREAMERY BUTTER
We have to offer a 15 oz. package of high grade creamery butter for 50c per
package, which is considerably cheaper than a 16 oz. package of the same qual
ity butter for 58c.
The writer positively does not see any harm in the manufacture and sale of
15 oz. creamery butter, and consequently as long as the laws do not prohibit the
same, we will continue to sell the 15 oz. creamery butter.
We have in progress at the Peoples Exchange a special demonsration and
sale of Okay Nut Margine, made and packed exclusively for the Peoples Ex
change by Wilson and Company. It is the contention of the manufacturers of
Okay Nut Margine that it is the superior of all other nut margarines. It is posi
tively the only nut margarine on the market today that can be served without ice
to the fullest satisfaction.
The Peoples Exchange with the co-operation and suggestion of Wilson and
Company will exercise every extra effort to supply your wants in Okay Nut Mar
garine and in the most sanitary and modern way. We trust that you will see fit to
buy a package as a trial order. We are at your service
Compound,
per lb
llijfh Kfjule bacon
per lb. box
Jood bacon,
per lb
Chuck steak,
per lb
Chuck roast,
per lb
Plate rib,
tier lb
Flunk boil,
per lb
Round steak,
per lb
Loin steak,
per lb
T-Uone steak,
per lb
Dry salt bellies,
per lb
Best grade hams,
per lb
Second grade
hams, per lb. . . .
Long horn cheese,
per lb OOt
Bologna,
per lb
Veal briskets, F
per lb C
For your Information jou DM
reatllly nee by flinirliiR and inni
liarliiK the almve prliTH with
Ihaaa of r unfriendly neigh
bor that they will range appros
linntely from R to 'il hi on
Hi. dollar cheaper. I defy any
22c
55c
38c
15c
15c
12k
15c
25c
30c
30c
23 c
43c
40c
15c
one tn take the Inn prices it t til
figures und prove liny different.
48 lb. sack be?t Kansas
hard wheat (IQ
flour $OaaU
100 lbs. best Kiinsas hard
wheat
flour
Pure cane granulated
sugar,
per lb
Fancy No. '2 tomatoes,
per
can ,
rmme grade ami size,
two cans
for
Standard corn,
per can
Same grade and size,
24c
Fancy navy beans, noitl
better,
per tb
Tall milk,
per can
Small milk,
per can ....
Grape Nuts,
per pkg
Large Ofttd,
per pkg
Small oat,
per pkg
Black berries, in
can. . . 38c
Peaches, No. 2Va cans,
$6.45
jranulated
2Uc
matoes,
12c
1 size.
24c
12c
9c
12c
5c
17c
25c
11c
syrup,
No. 2V cans.
38c
; cans,
40c
m syrup,
per can . .
Apricots,
in syrup,
per can . .
Red pitted cherries,
SS 36c
Sliced pineapple, QC
per can OOC
New York Gallon Apples
per
gallon
Pea Berry Coffee
per lb
Sun Bean Coffee,
per lb
Hominy, No. 2 Vt
cans
Pink salmon,
' ll). tins
Pink salmon,
1 lb. tall
Sardines,
per can
Eggs, extra
cartons,
per doz ,
Ivory soap,
per bar
ivory soap,
3 bars for
Swift's white
soap,
per bar
Swift's white
soap, 5 bars
for
60c
34c
57c
25c
10c
19c
7c
selected in
44c
8c
24c
laundry
5c
laumlrv
25c
PEOPLES EXCHANGE
Our Store loses Friday at 1 n l loi k !.irtng .Inly and AnimM I llnlf Holiday to F.mployes
Halliburton-Abbott Co.
Member of (wn Shop (Square Deal) Association
Main and Fifth St.
Phone 6060
Continuing the Sale of Wash Frocks
Cool, Comfortable Summery
Garments for Home or Street
at 25 Reduction
Women, most of them, at least, need additional
frocks with which to finish out the season,
light, sheer, airy frocks that must be good in
style and materials and inexpensive.
In this sale are our entire stocks of such frocks in or
gandies, voiles, Swisses and smart ginghams, whose
regular p ices are conservative and now reduced to
one-fourth less. The varieties arc extensive, afford
ing good selections to suit almost every preference.
Waste Mo Time in Taking Advantage of
nri t i r n
me j my rur sate
The luxury of furs appeals to all women the
beauty of our new fur coats, wraps, capes,
stoics, scarfs and neckpieces reflects the care
and discrimination with which they were
chosen. To many women the practicability
and serviceability of a fur coat is the deciding
factor, since they are not subject to the same radical changes
that distinguish cloth coats.
Fur purcluiaes mstlc durliu; this sale will he stored and Inmred free,
delivery to lie made later, gpaohal price are tn force dtii-tug the
sale, all furs returning to regular prices afterward.
All Furs Reduced 20
m
f
Tlilrtl moor.
Colored Washable Fabrics--Special
Sea Inland Tissue
An excellent, sheer weave tissue In pood
patterns and fust colors pl.-il.ls, stripes,
checks ami plain colors; 27 Ins. iQ
wide. Yard, special ttJC
Egyptian Tissue
A pnort welcht and quality for attractlva
w.ishitble frocks; shown In small hairline
S tripos In wlda color selection; ?0
30 Ins. wlda OOC
98c
Silk-Striped Tissue
A beantlful duality, fast color ttssriM tnr
serviceable etreet frocks; 32 Inches w'de
and snown in a wlda range of
plaids. Yard, apciaj
Colored Soisette
Plain colored, mercerised finish aolsetta
for dresses, pajamas, shirts and under
garments; 32 Ins. wide; in cream f
Yard, Bpecial 07C
and many colors
Second Floor.
Meridale Boxed Stationery-Special 48 c
12 correspondence cards, 12 sheets of writing paper and 24 envelopes to
match a good combination in linen finish stationery with good ink writ
4ng surface; the cards and paper are initialed.
Main Hour.
All Bathing Suits Redw 20
All the wool bathing suits for children, misses and women, from chil
dren's size 22 up to those for women in size 44, are included; choice
of a good variety of colors. All are regular stock and splendidly
made and finished ; by buying now you save one-fifth of regular price.
I'onrtll llonr.
Girls' Middies
A special collection ff middies in sizes I to
16, and made of good galalea, trimmed In
red. navy or Copen collar and cuffs;
some with emblems.
Special 1.95
I'ourlh iloor.
Middy Skirts
Full pleated midily skirts of white galatea;
choice of two styles; shown in sizes B to 16.
They are good skirts, well made and nicely
finished.
Special 2.95
WW
111-113 EAST FIRST STREET
IMIHALCUil
Tht por-"C.anginff, fturifyinr and
ftterilizing prnptrtia of this wondtr
ful Bkin soap, using plenty of hot
wtittr And itoap, bst applied with
tb hands, will prova a revelation
to those who uaa it for the first time.
Touch pimples, redness, roughnes
of itching, if any, with Cuticura Oint
ment before bathine;. Dry and thist
lightly with Cutkura Talcum, a Us
c ins ling fragrance for powdering and
perfuming the akin. The coat of
these id eel akin puriftera is 25 cants
each everywhere,
3o 2B, OintoM-nt 25 and VI, . Tftlcvm
lie. Sold throuh'hout rh world. For
aaaajala eK h tree ttddriaa; "Cuticura L
aajgatjea, Dnp. 22 F, M.J, MWm."
aWsy Cut cw Sop ihavM without Mrag
TIME IS WORTH
fl J
Save your time
Plymouth Drug Co.
Will call for and deliver your
Prescriptions
Call Osage 1976
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