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SAYS TRAVELING A
MEN SOON FLY
Rickcnbackcr Sees 'Rapid
Progress in uusiness
Methods
IS FAMOUSJJ;. S. ACE
Plan "Jumps" by Airplane;
Predicts Other Salesmen
Soon Will Fly
grniN'rrrni.D. in., voii. 3.
T'ivd.iS Nilcsinen making their
iiimiui' between points by alrptano
li rgt ft dream, hut soon will hf tx
fiamj .
Hui H Is
the Statement Of Cap-
am ud.llii Itlcltcnbricker. Amorlra's
"kins of the Mr" durlnB tho war.
who whl soon mako nn experiment
who whl soon nmKo nn experiment
of this kind. Tho flyiiiK "ace" Is
now ennectcu vim rui nmomomia
turn selling a machine which Is his
own product.
I:., k designed the cnclnc him-
i.e!f irul is oldlng In putting the car
en the market. Trains travel tooi
t.ov. tor jticKonuacKer, who nayn
lie will soon Introduco tho
"travel-
Ing f lesmon or tne nir. I
1 mmerclal flying will bo n
ras.sl fact before long." ho snld.
whll" here on a business trip. "For1
Inn'.i ,i e, I'm planning to cover n
territory of 10,000 miles this spring
In the Intercut of my business bv
plane which would ordinarily tako
at least seven months and requlro
icv ral men for tho Job. I eMail do
this in one month." I
at
th
Ilallroail Travel Irksome.
Col. A..V. Ixircnxln, who accom-l
panled KIckcnbacUer on his trip!
here. md railroad travel Is very irk-
Feme for tho war hero and that ho
pines for tho air und tho speedy
motor.
"On our way from New York to
Chl'-ago," tho colonel said, "Uddlo
Isakrd out of tho window and ro-i
marked how foolish it was to toko
Mich a length of tlmo to como from
New York to Chicago. 1I eald we
should have been In Chicago many
hours beforo tho timo that wo ar-'
rived there." ,
Hero Illckenbncker stepped back
Into the convocation, I
"That's a fact." ho bald. "It will
lie nothing In tho futuro for ono lo
fly from Chicago to New York, see '
. show, drop in for tho '.Midnight I
rrollcs on tho roof, go down to the!
aerodrome, go to bed and reach Chi- 1
cago by 6:30 or 7 tho next morning,1
In plenty of time for ordinary busl-,
new. '
Eddie nlso contends thut a trip
rould bo inado ucrosa tho continent
in 24 hours.
A QUEER KINK IN LAW
Decides A Colorado "Infant" .May
Accumulato a Multiplicity of
Wives l.esullj.
DBNVKR. Feb. 3.MaIe Infants
et Colorado may ham as tnuny
wives as Solomon. Thoro's no law
in the. Centonnial ftate to Eton "cm
marrying early and often.
h.'i '? 1,18 . BlH r a decision
handed down in tho district courr
2.7 ,,y JuJBO - II- Bradford, who
Jviole'Ul.. um,ul ,ho marrlago or
i.amoi j-auon, 14, to l,loya
'J'wnB, 19Kausus formor.
. Th' mother of Mrs. Parsons suea
to dUsolyo tho union on the- ground
hat both contracting parties were
infants. Tho girl suld her marrlag
ihed with her husband.
Judge Bradford uncovered an al
moat forgotten statute permitting
the annulment of "Infantilo mar
of .m, at 'he- re'iuest of guardians
of either tho 'husband or wire.
If every marriage of Juveniles
cre amiuliod," u was pointed out
kyt'"""! for Parrons" "thero is
t)fjninif I"""1' a youthful Don
W Juan front taking unto himself as
r2Snr .W.' Ve? H K'ntf Solomon Is
Tit thl? nncl,nt aw would stand
?, c"rt lj t. What Colorado needs
bablerVnVf"1 l,,n mrrlaB9 of
whii.TT-aVrt '""."Pfnl of statutes
Which mako possible tho easy breah
marrJaeo vows. Unless par
Infln.?1" Bho. ro"-cion or undue
influence on the part of ono of tha
Jhof.MCt,n? Parties tho courts
"inLd, T,ell!S to dI",''ve unions of
Xn' ,T0Brant tnl" nnnuiment
lgamy!"U'd 10 cnccurae I'o
ol,'h,!nl,.", ,h8. ,hlrrt llme that t"o
i.,"?m.,,mcnt "t'l'ute haH been
of CoVoredT th d"trlet cour"
4 0. E. HAVENS
117 East First St.
Osnge 1497
Hams
(Light)
Half or Whole
per lb.
Hams
(Heavy)
Half or Whole
per lb.
7V2c I
S H
O.E.
HAVENS
JOY to the poor
"Tor Mlwllm" KMnlilUliril In CKy
or rjtlMmrgli rroefl to ln n
SoiiMtltinnt Hucvcs.
iMTTHHUiiair. va., ii. a.
Amonif thn oevernl timiMinl Institu
tions In this city la tho Toy Mlanlon.
It wns Mnrteil 25 or 30 yenr ngu
ami has flourliliril ever ulnrc.
Ill the lotiK iiro a cltiion eon
! CMviul the Idrn tlmt PAPh veur there
wero Ihounnnds of toys cant nalilo liy
rich children after tlicy hail pluyca
with thnm for nwhllo. Fo tlili man
procoedeil to round up these (lis
cnrdril toys. Another prominent
cllltnn furnished a storeroom, uml
licrc tho toys wero KHtlieinil. A
handy craftsman put on h rg hero
ami a touch of paint there, nnft
prestol tho tojs wcro as good us
now. "
Then the aid of tho newspapers
was enlisted to nsk rllltens to turn
In the names of llttlo hoys and Kins
who were too poor to shnro In Vule
tldo Joh and who would not llltety
r0CciVo liny toys.
Wns there rtnv rrimniiKA? Tlifti-
w4. n,l l... .ln fiimrlrrrln anil ,lhnll-
PIinja. u wn
,,ow mftn.. ,,0
In A..!
na surprlslnc to know
Door, tovtpits klil.4 thnri-
wlrB ln ,-hlj r,,v
T110 first year tho stock of rejuve
nated toysj was not partlculurty
large, but thn toys woro taken
lmvs und slrls Alinut thn i .iv whn
otlierwl-o would havo had nothing i
to play with on Christmas day, The 1
cheer theko playlhlngs .ornucht to 1
lonely kldH cannot bo efl'.lniat'd. It ,
was a wonderful idea
Came tho next Christmas and tho
newspapers gave up coin una of
space boosting the lov mllon ami
D e t results
are obtained
by systematic
stock feeding,
U use
Quality
Products M
S They Satisfy El
erf
13
Red Star Products Co.
219 East First
WHY NOT
Trade at the finest store in the state with the
lowest prices?
TRADERS No. '4
BUICK BUILDING SECOND AND BOULDER
Bread, Cream
Nut, 1-lb. size. .
Bread, Cream
Nut, large size .
Fancy Russctt
Potatoes,
per peck
Pure Lard,
per lb ,
... 6c
,.9c
Burbnnk
39c
11c
11c
Compound,
per pound
Fancy Sliced Ba
con, 1-lb curtons
39c
,
Fancy Good QQ.
Qoods Butter OUs
English . Walnuts, OQp
A-l grade OtL
:39c
29c
Beechnut Peach
Jam, large size',
Beechnut Plum OQ
Jam, large size. . taiuKi
Fancy No. 2 Hand 11p
Packed Tomatoes AJLl
Lipton's Coffee 'apdoni 37c l
THY IT YOU WIMj UK I'I.EASKD
Ralston Purina
Branzos .....
1ft
lit C
Ralston 5-lb. pkg. Whole - q
Wheat A00 81ZC,'-; 1-VK'
Flour xtl Small size 9c
We Sell for Less and the Goods Must Be GOOD GOODS
or the Sale Is No Good
TRADERS No. 4
H ... it rir null niur ccrnwn a Kin nmit nrn
BUICK BUILDING SECOND AND BOULDER
JULIUS HENKE, Proprietor
Phone Osage 6970 Phone Osage 6970
TULSA
exfftainlns Its needs ond what It
rould do. Dollies of every file,
color and description poured In
That was not all. Steam enslnes,
camea and every Rlmcrack known
to the toy world were donated. And
every nun found a mid but lonely
and waiting kid. 1
Ho the years parsed. More ann '
moro Influential cltirens wero en-',
lifted In this cause. Home bought
lots of brand new toys, others ron- i
tillnited Kenorous sums of carh to
puichasp these plaything.
Tho toy mission of Pittsburgh has j
srnwn to Kr"CHl proportion. Two
weeks liofaro t'lirlstmiiH each year I
may bo een hundreds of poor
mothers, with from one to a dozen ,
kids, picking out tho treasures
which they think their little ones i
will bo pleused with. One, two in- 1
three toys are allotted lo each
child. Home are taken horns by
these, poor parents, 1 others are de-
llvered Christmas morning.
I.Hut Christmas, according to re- (
cent figures. 10.000 down-and-out ,
kids In rittsburgh were made happy
by tho work of the toy mission.
Two weeks before Christmas so
ciety girls of aristocratic Crnftnn, a ,
uburb, came to the ml'elon to con
duct a regular doll-dressing cum-
palgn. ,
It's not such a bad old world.
utter all, I
SUB FOR TREASURE SEARCH
... . . ,
Mliilnturr ( nift Can IMwrnil to lie
""'o repm.
nOMK, Vv. 3. A mlnlalum
. submnrlno having a cnpnclly of
about one cubic yard and operated
1 by one man lias bten Invented by an
'engineer of Trieste lo recover trcas-
Feed Feed
Mixed Poultry Scratch
Feeds
Laying mash produces more
eggs.
Oyster Shell
Mill Run Com Chop
Bran Hay
Shorts Oats
Alfalfa, Sweet Feods
We Deliver
Osage 1658
Standard
Corn . . .
9c
Red Pitted
...26c
Fancy Sour
Cherries,
No. 2 size . .
Ideal Bulk.
Peanut Butter
16c
Sliced Hawaiian Pineap
ple, Wo. li'a .
size
Standard Early
June Peas
27c
13c
Lorraine Sifted 09
Peas 40C
Wintertrreen Ex- OA
tra Sifted Peas. . UDK,
Sunbeam Mayonaiso
Dressing, largo
size, 8-oz
29c
Sunbeam 'Mayonaiso
Dressing, small "I Q
size, 312 oz.h...
Ralston Whole 09
Wheat Food .... AoC
DAILY WORLD, SATURpAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922
ure from ships loit at ia and now within tho submarine which will nt
lying In tho 030a n ilsstthj. , low her to remain submerged for
The little submarlun Is attached hv j two hours.
Tranclsco Kalln. It has an clectrl j The reflectors of ;:,000 randlo
motor, 11 pump for expelling water power emiblo tho worker to eo
and a device for changing tho lr clearly about hint while Immersed.
WilOI.I'S.M.I,
TULSA FEED COMPANY
tn i;ast 1'iitsi os.Mii: i!it. i as w isv 1'iiiwr os.(ii; ihih
SANITARY
GROCERY AND MARKET
112 North Ulain Osage 013 or 91 Hi
Plenty of Nice Fat Hens and Fryers
Fresh Dressed to Order
No. 2'.j can Apricots 23 C
ut
No. 2'o can Peaches 23 C
at
No. 1 can Pork and Beans C
at eJv
48 lbsygooci'fl'a'rd Wheat Flour '(jj-
No. 2 can Pink Salmon. 19 C
Fancy Jar P. & H. Preserves m 25 C
Everything in the Grocery Line Also a Full
Line of Fresh and Cured Mcata
FREE DELIVERY
"Mtlhn, qnllk, load
what Duly hu$ fn
and U)Aot
bit bmx -I K.f'
Corn f I'llmmy
ht !' tlm u Utt"
Tomorrow morning
hy all means try
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Tomorrow morning net KELLOOG'S
Corn Flakes beforo tho family! A feast for
the eye and a feast for keen appetites 1 For,
Kellogg's are as extra-delicious ns they look
os you pour out generous bowlfuls all sunny
brown and wonderfully crispy, crunchyl My,
but how they delight everybody I
Kellogg's Corn Flakes aro not only dis
tinctly superior to any imitation, but the most
fascinating cereal you ever atel Kellogg's
appeal to every age! Little folks and old folks
find in them the same joyous pleasure! For
Kellogg's have a wonderful flavor and
Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard
to cat I
Insist upon KELLOGG'S the original
Corn Flakes in the RED and GREEN pack
age! It bears tho signature of W. K. Kellogg,
originator of Toasted Corn Flakesl NONE
ARE GENUINE WITHOUT IT!
TOASTED
CORN
FLAKES
Alts mVm of KELLOGG'S MUMBLES ni
KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooV.4 J kranlM
The Best by Test
Use
Polar Bear
The Flour of No
Regrets
It Is Guaranteed
IllSTItim I'OILS
Don't lotft. KELLOGG'S CttB
Fliku trt nttdt by thtltlit who
tut ru lit 1UUOLZLAND
llortnf Pktutn. Coupon Intlio
tvtty ptektf ol KELLOGG'S
Coia Fllitl explilm tow you
eta obuln onotbtr topy ol
JUNGLELANP,
m Mftm mm MM
CORN FLAKES
Arc you going to1"
take ruIvnntnRc of
these
. Live i
and Let
Live 1
Prices i
we ore quoting? We
tell for cnih and da-
liver to your door. We'
sell the Very best
feeds at all times at
just a little less thnn'
tha average price. i
i iilnii imlilMi our
lirlrrn, I iir Iii'Iiiiki', (
uliiil ii n- )iiii ntillnu ulii'ii
Jim liny I'uiiiiii Cinv Climv
lor jiiur iiiuk? Anmcr,(
iniirn mill, tin j in r 'riiiiml, 1
mil JiiM rnr ii month! tln
iiiiiI fnil Miluc lor ii ilnl
liiri (In liciillli of uur
iniliiiiilii Ioiik iiilll.lnit llfi-
ImirniiH iiihivs iilixilnto
niH'iiriii')' mill ImIiiih'i',
Just why the Den
mark dairymen get
more profits be
cause of more milk
per cow.
Purina Cow Chow,
per cwt $2.90
Moro milk, less feed1
I
Purina Molasses, ,
pet cwt . . . .$2.00;
Mixed feed one-third
less
Purina Calf Chow,;
25 lbs $1.50
Feed calves for six
months nt cost of
milk fcr 30 days.
Purina Pigeon Chow,
per cwt. .,. . . $4.50
Bigger, better squabs
Purina Chicken Fat-
ener , , Z,t(5
For fattening chick
ens Purina Hen
Chow $2.75
Feed with Purina
Chicken
Chowder . . .$3.50
More egges or money
back.
Purina Baby Chick
Chow $2.90
Develops quick
growth
100 lbs. Yellow
Chops $1.40
100 lbs. Mixed
Chops $1.30
100 lbs. Mill-Run
Bran $1.40
100 lbs. Bran . .$1.25
100 lbs. Shorts $1.60
100 lbs. Whole
Corn $1.40
1 bu. Wheat . . $1.35
100 lbs. Oyster
Shell $1.50
Seed Oats we havo
thorn
160 lbs. White
Oats $2.75 1
I'm! from tlm ('Ix'ckrr
iHinnl lint mill w'u' nur
frill lillN. CllfOkertiouril
("lioM.i, ihih or tlm Imt.1
1 ....... f... ....I.....t
ir )im urn liitcrrMril In
Imliutii'il rritloii for iohh
or iioiiltry, m-l; for our
ili'iiiniixiriillonn, TIiIh mtv
Iro N fnii.
Tulsa
Feed Co
411 Fjo-t rimt
OsflKn 210, 0uiku IHIH
125 Wml I I nil
T U?XTC CASH STORES
Ijr JtLiN k3 COMPANY
13 Stores in Tulsa One in Your Neighborhood
W'ntch for tho Openinu of Our Store No. 14 on or Before
FEBRUARY 15
Located on Fourteenth Street, Between Quincy and
Rockford, Formerly Known as Cooper's Grocery
FREE DELIVERY
Ami rumrmlicr. ifnf. Uml HATl'Itl)AY tilirlit, m wt m- o
.i.iv will lirlim our "Munniiolli t'nnnrrt Krult Drive' In a iuw
TiiniMi'iilx uiinn tlioiiKundK of mummer linvo liikrn iiilvrttitiiK. or
inn money ravins Cnnncil l'lioil Dilvr. Htofiilnir thrir piuitry
Hlielti-R llli nuallly morchmullw nt ii Kontilnn Miylim
I'Im.o oiir nrilrr Willi u rnrly n piwMbln Uml w mn K' "
ji.ii i iir umiiil I'rnmiit ami ITro Delivery Service, whllo our mIw kti
i,re ,V1','j!y!!J ,llsT,,; niJMiW (())l AT Alili OI'll KIXHUIS
x. n in run i!tn In l.llv of
Clierrlin uml SliiinlirrrliKi iwiiUimI In licnvy nnipi
ri Riilnr prlre, K'r Jiir, ftOr
inriv huh or I no
nlHii for
'I'nll i'iin VuliiroV lleol. Ilur Milk,
per run
CANNED FRUITS
"No. 21j cans Armour's
Vori-Hcst Peaches, Ol
per can Olv
Dozen Lots $3.58
No. 2 la cans Armour'H
Vcri-Dpst Apricob, Ol
per rnn Olt
Dozen Lots $3.58
No. 21. enns Armour's
Vori-Host Pears, OCp
per can OcJ!
Dozen Lots $4.09
No. cans Armour's
Vorl-Best Cherries, qC
per can Out
Dozen Lots $4.09
No. 2U enns Dreyfus Do-
llcioiifl Sliced Pine-. 01
npplc, per can. . . OJL'
Dozen Lots $3.58
No. 2 cans Silver Flour
Bnrtlctt Ponrn, Ol
per enn imts:j
Dozen Lots $2.74
No. 2 la cans Del Monte
Peaches or Aprl- qo
cols, per can .. OjC
Dozen Lots $3.79
No. 1 tall chiw Armour's
Verl-ncst Penchen 1Q
or Apricots, per canJLtC
Dozen Lots $2.24,
No. 2 cans Farmhouse. Red
I. Raspberries, per Ql n
can JX.,
Dozen Lots $3.57
No. 2 cans Pie Gooseber
ries, per
can JmdOs
Dozen Lots $2.57
No. 2 cans Pie Blackber
ries, per O-f n
can teiJLC
Dozon Lots $2.46
No. 2'i cans Poaches In
nuturnl syrup, OQ
per can fcilOv
Dozen Lots $2.71
No. 10 or So-Called
GALLON FRUITS
Gallon cans Hawaiian
Grntcd Pineapple,
eacli
56 c
Per case of six cans $3.34
Gallon can Solid CQ,
Pack Pears, each tJOC
Per caso of six cans $3.46
Gallon cans Solid Pack
tpr.':'...,....66c
Per caso of six cans $3.93
Gnllon cans Solid Pack
23??...,.... 56c
Per case of six cans $3.34
Gallon cans Lojran- Q A
berries, each .... 7tcv
Per caso of six cans $5.61
Gnllon cans Fancy Wash
ington Apples, f'-t
ench . . UXy
Per case of six cans $3.01
Gallon cans Rose Carnival
Apple Butter, QQ
each OiL
Quart jars Old Inn CO
Jam, each XjuKj
Gallon cans Red Rasp-
S- $1.08
.'1 lG-oz. jars
Flag Jam for. . .
Largo bottles
Monurch Catsup
No. 1 cuns Cho
stant Chocolate
Malt-a-Mllk ...
89c
25c
Cho In-
33c
Free Demonstration
Wo Aro I'rrpnml lo "Scrip
GENS CASH
Qimllly IVro
tlic Vnllny lininil Itril Plltnl
llrhii prlci
u i u
$1.08
9c
CANNED VEGE
TABLES No. 2 cnnH Fancy 1 1
Tomntiies, each llv
Dozen Lots $1.29
No. 2 cans Fancy -f A
Sugar Corn, each JLVC
Dozen Lots $1.18
No. 2 enns Fancy Country
Gcnjloninn Com, jjf
Dozen Lots, $1.66
No. 2 cans ttarly 1 Qn
Juno Peas, each JLOC
Dozon Lots $1.52
No. 2 cans Ropubllc Sift
cd PeaH, Qp
each Iwv
Dozen Lots $2.24
No. 2 cans Dreyfus De
licious Peas, O A
each A?:.
Dfczen Lots $2.78
No. 2'j cans Fancy 1()rt
Lye Hominy, each JLmKj
Dozen Lots $1.39
No, 2Va cans Fancy Gold
en Pumpkin, -t A-
each LtxKj
Dozen Lots $1.50
No. 2 cans Fancy Cut
Stringlcss Bourns, -i A
each . . JLtcv.
Dozen Lots $1.61
No. 2 catls I ancy
Cut Boots, each . .
16c
Dozen Lots $1.82
No. .1 cans Fancy OD
Whole Tiny Boots iSOC
Dozon Lots $2.95
No. 1 round cans Cali
fornia Asparagus
Tips, each
21c
Dozen Lota $2.39
No. I squnl cans Del
Monto Asi"rttgua QQ
Tips, each Oak
Dozen Lots $4.59
No. 2 cans Brown Beauty
Beans, T Q
each JLOL
Dozen Lots $1.47
No. 2 canH Rod Kidney
Beans, i A n
fcach IAC
Dozen Lots $1.57
Largo 18-oz. cutis Sun
beam Pork and "IO
Beans JLiui
Dozen Lots $1.41
Campbell's Tomato Soup
per 11f
can JLJLt
Dozen Lots $1.19
No. 3 cans Fancy
19c
Flag Kraut, each
Dozen Lots $2.12
No. 2 cans Dulry - fj
Maid Hominy, each A fi
Dozen Lots $1.93
CANNED FISH AND
MEATS
No. U V:! tans Lorraine
Fancy Rod OQ
Salmon, each... 0-
No. 1 cans Lorraine Fancy
ucu salmon,
each
No. Jj cans Pink
31c
9c
Salmon, each . .
Purity Cross
Ham,
each
Deviled
22c
Norwegian Sardines in
puVo ollvo oil, -j A
each XtcC
16-oz can Dol Monte Sar
dines in Tomato OOp
Suuco, each Ol'
Largo cans Llbby's Q-
Potted Meals, each yJ
White Moat, Tuna
!.a26c
Fish, each .
Voii Ili'tit Kflil Sino Yon Jlot.1"
STORES CO.
Dclhciy I'oue

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