Muskogee Times Democrat, February 14, 1923, Page 2

Muskogee Times Democrat

February 14, 1923

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Muskogee Times Democrat (Newspaper) - February 14, 1923, Muskogee, Oklahoma ROW OVER TOMB OF TUT Nations Scrap U. S. M.iy Share in Rich Treasure Found in Egypt 'T- . >_ (Tlmon-LVniocmt Table)  "t.Mxor. Ejcypt. rob. 14,-An intmin-(tlonal tut which probfibly will invblvo . : at Ip.iat thr�16.000,000 In � ancient trp,apure jiist ibroiight to Uffht through tho opmlnS lot tho tomb of King Tiitnnkhivmpn 'here. .'. .Before pjfccavatlon was startert sev-eral months iiRo, Lord Ciiroarvon. itn ' eminent Britfsli nromfriests and founded a new religion of his own. Tutankbamtn restored � tho old f�Ith. - m -(�But pressure may bo brought to bear (by the BritiBli government to cause 'lEpyptian officials to modify , their . jitajid. In that case, some of Tutank- :,'h�mea'8 treasures may find their way (into American museums. /  'tentlon that the treafjures of ancient 'figypt belong to tho world and that 'America, as one of the leading nations of the present world, is entitled to .�hare In them. �V'.,^.,:.-,v:-, . � ,whi|ft.Thi��urer�-Ar� . ' =V Some of the treasurers over which itrlhii'aispute waged are; - : Three gilt life-size images of human ,1j|elngs. . i "Olliflea heade of animals with eyes of "Jewels.' "v �'Citfrcd coucbes Inlaid with ivory and vjiritef'^preelous stones. > � � " i f'QhejrtB ot ebony, and ivory with gilt .!inMripttontf,. containing Tutankh- .1 j (-Tntankhamert'p state throne, en-:;|cAwted;'with''jeweIs. ] A heavy chair ^Ickly set with tur-\ liiquotW^ corneltan lapis and other Two Itfe-sttEed statutes of the king iVftb gqW work. * "ti-S^ui?,chariots enc^^sted with seml- � '^nKlotiB stones. 4..,..'SSzqui8ite boxes and alabaster vases. BiclUy � embroidered clothing of the if^i.Jlahg'.and! . nobody can There's an easy and delight-afford to pay is the tax which ful way to avoid fe&vtax, is assessed against health, through Postura instead of , . . tjoffee or tea. Postum is fully When nerves are ^jangle satisfying to taste, with all the and the night's rest is disturb- ^ 1;---. ed, health is paying a tax which cannot safely be continued. People who drink coffee and tea often find there's a tax to pay for the nerve-stimulation they've had from the drug, caffeine, which coffee and tea contain, . Nightrtime. restiess.r n^ss, daytinle drowsiness, nervous irritation and headaches are comfnon forms of the first payments. comfort and pleasing flavor which a hot, mealtime beverage can give-and without any possibility of harm to nerves'or digestion. As many cups as you like with any meal. It would be wise for you to stop tax-payments to the coffee and tea drug, and enjoy the kindness and comfort of Postum. V Begin today, with an order to ypur grocer. Pottum comes in two forms: Instant Postnm (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of bdiling waten Postum Cereal (in packages), for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepared; jnade by boiling fully 20 mlnijtes. The two forms are equally delicious; and the cost is only about'>tfc. per cup,  Postum FOR HEALTH There's a Reason'' Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc. Battle Creek, Mich. * Go Patriot". Dublin, ireb. 14.-(AiiBoclnted Press) -^Mlsa Mary MncSwiney has been Vc-leaseilVhy free state authorities. She w^B back today in rcpu'blidan heud-tjunrtors in Suffolk street, jiehero she received newspapermen. Wh'ite the newspapermen were present, a V>ostJ man delivered sorrio letters � from America nddrossed to Eamon do V.ilern. MIhs Mae.SwIhcy said she had at first been detained "In the offices of Rovern-ment officials and that she did not refiieo food, ns she preferred post-IMmlng a hunfrer strike until she waa in Jail. At night flhp was taken to Klf-mninhnni Jdll Kind Indgec,! in a cell nt 11 o'clock bilt was vclc.-tsed with her compunlons iin hour later. 4Ml�s MacSwlnoy declared there was no i>os8lbility of negotiating peace between the irregulars and the free state unless what Kevin O'lllgglns, mlnlBter of home affnirs called the essontlal provisions of the treaty, were removed. She expressed confidence in the .ability of the republicans t^ maintain their resistance for years. Ijondon. Feb; 14.-^(Associated Press) -^Nearly 1.000 froo state troops, with aeroplanes, dozens of armored cars and howitzers are taking" part in tho encircling. .-.mav.6m�Jt-4�-th�t"-ArigH' mountnin.s. County Cavan, against the irregular' leader Bofln. .Virlioso headquarters is In the hills, )�ay� a rtla-natch to tho'^'vcning News from Belfast today. , Snipccs are concealed at points oommanfllng thic passcp, which are said to bo mined. ' Work has bopn suspended by the jwpulation over a wWo area, tho farm workers watching the extent of operations and listening to the bark of the big guns. COAL SLIDE KILLS MINER Benton, ill., Feb. 14.-Mlko Miller WfiR killed and five other miners wero. Injured when coal fell on them in the colliery of the Frnnklln county coal cornpany here today. DorTt wait, to buy Tires!, Do It now, n.nd do .it right. Ask "Dollar' bill how to buy bi-tter tires at less cost. (;21 W.. Broadway, Muskogee, also Cliecotah and Wagoner.-Ad%'. I Dr. BELL'S Piiigqar Honey Chedif Cou^s4�9 Colds Years ago,.Grandma used Dr. Bell'� Pine-Tar Honey forihe coughs of all the {amily. Today, as yesterday, it is relieving,the soSeringof thousandsot 'tbnaicjiao lUeon jreur thcU rittt throuBb tbe 4>sd weitbeo At lar dnis store. � 'telephone 197 Ml ^SMRETV �.�C'.= 117 N. 3Ba ST^ MUSKOGEE. OKLA. 'Don't let/a Iift|e thing like a 'wait' drag'back on your prosperity and happiness." Quaker Oats ,, ........... Cooks to perfecdon Jn 3 to B niimitos Oats Are Ready . - Before the maii b-dressed There is now a Quick Quaker .Oats,' perfected by our experts. --It-And it cooks to perfection. If that means anything^ to you, it's another reasoa for always getting Quaker OatSi The same exquisite flavor � ^ Quaker Oats are world-famed for their flavor. Millions of oat lovers sei^d over seas to get them. In every country this is the -favorite brand, ...... They are flaked from queen grains only-jusUthe rich, plump, flavory oats. All flavorless grains are discardi^. A bushel of choice oats yields but ten pounds of these delicious flakes. Quick QmVtr employs those same queen grains. But the oats are cut before flaking. They are rolled very thin and are partly cooked. So the flakes are smaller and thinner-that is all. And < those small, thin flakes cook quickly. Now you iiave your ehoice at equal price. Regular Quaker with its matchless flavor. Quick Quaker with that same flavor; plus fire-minute cooking. But you get neither of those qualities unless you insist on the Quaker brand. Regular Quaker Oatt Come in package at left -r-the styla you have always known. . ' Qtuck Quaker Oats Comi in package at right, witH the "Quick" label. , Your grocer has both. Be sure td get the style you want. Packed in sealed round packages iviUi removable corns GiNSBURG'S GjOOfl Cjroodis at Low F�pices Nuff Said Women's. Fine Hou�6 Aprons 79c 02 Inch Zephyr Ginghams . Per Yard " 28c New Stylo Women's Waists 95c to $3.d5 Men's and , �young Men's Suits - �9.95_ta S25 Kxtra Special Men's & Boys' Outing . Shoes $1.95 Hundreds of Remnant* at Ixjw Prices 32 Inch Tissue --Gingham,- por--yard ^ 47c New Arrivals' In Spring Dresses, $6.95 to $18 Boys' Suits With 2 Pants - $4.95 to $8.95 Extra Speolat Woman's Oxfords and Shoos , $1.95 Good-Apron Ginghams Per Yard lOc -_^!??omen'B_:_ Bloomers Whltd an* Pink Crepe . 65c Women's New Style Hats �a.B5 and $4.95 Boys' Corduroy and KhaXl Pants 95c Men's, and . Women's Fine Shoes and Oxfords �2.95 to $6.95 Good  - Ginghams and Percales : per yard 15c Women's Gowns and Tcddlca 85c Hand Towels each 5c Men's Good Shirts -95o to $2.95 Extra Special � Children's ' Shoes all sizes n.so to $2.45 .Waiting to Euild -is one of the heaviest weights you can place arout!^ y(Jtn*^neck. - -There's rent, high rent, always going on and nothing to show foir it. --And just think of the comfort and ' happiness you are missing. -Let's build NOW. Our lum-. ber builds better.- Geo, D, Hope , Lumber Co. Pjhones 109 and 719 , ~. Times;^Demwrat,W^nt^AS Get Quick^a^^ North Second and Wall Streets W(J-.J.'S3K3al.Si. 5,i.^(.'�^...5._ ;

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