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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4. 1910.
BY SECURHY Ltfluut
I ,,, .1.... A. Is Ktamn-tk
V.l lllliw IU r.
; SUPPORTED BY-WEALTH
. . a.. iVuiiiHtmLlnnM h
liK Moneyed lliur. .. .
M.llllsrs '" I" t l'u-
wxSIUN'iTo.N'. March 3 Viola
, i f the "rru.it pracllcra net by uf
,i' f the nalloiittl security league
,hTt-'l I" r, l'rt of ,h8 "t""1'11
,,,. ,.miiimM itrpotntod to Inves
a, iniH of Iho orKHiiltalion
H t ,.f t lie stven members of the
,!inur i-kim-.I the report, pre-
.,,! ,f lnnniun Johnson. A
',, r,r , h.iruc in minis In a minority
iii.'rt hv iIk- seventh member, llep
r'nitiiinc Walsh of M ansae li unfile.
r. ,-iniiiiiitice iate thai official
, ,'Ur iMKiie h.i.l failml to file ltm
, l mii'iiK Mirt of contributions and
...i-MdiHirr-s with ths clerk of tho
,,(. h.h i.fnilrr.1 by th corrupt
r,,!i. i- ' t from ny political or
iiiu.ii'in which fiulMVorfil In two
r ri. Nia:f lo Infliicnca the remilt
, iiiicii'v.niial elections.
o!iitn of Ihn orKunlratlon wcrs
...niUiMi.l I'V lll" committee. Tho
uiiif i omanlm-il ostensibly, the.
.i.r: c in t .! in arouse the country
, ,, r-.ili. i:i"n of Hi unprepareiinsss
' Inirly "11 threw aside thin pre-
mi-- sn.t ciilereil the political flelil
, tr the elecllun of u commission
y huh suum aui'i"" i -i
,p country, riranninir nearly bji
,r--nl.er of congress as disloyal.
"Tlie r'-'l purpose of the leujrue."
the report, "wan to elect to con
ri. a majority which would enter-
Lin its view on Ihe :ret question
f rc oiutrucuoii which follow the
The of forming the learue,
1P report ssirt, was conceived by S.
: ii who J Menken, an attorney rep-.-.ifiitinu
uj;ar, steel and other larne
The committee l hi stress on the
r.iet that large contribution had been
Knivi-d by the organization from the
.-irnrgio Interests .lohn l. Hocke--1
If r. .1. 1'ierpont Morgan and others
.':,iiMT large Interests here and
EUREKA PAVING COMPANY
TO SELL ITS HOLDINGS
Deportation Likely for Spanish Anarchists
AiiRoiniirmeiii In made by F. C.
t ii in c. rileree in the bankruptcy
ro.efilinrt of the Kurcka Paving
-mi n v. that a hearing w ill he held
i lie Natinniil hank building Bt
loiinton, Tex.iH, oiij, March 12, when
reJuors of the puvlng company will
nllnwe.l to prenent clnlma for the
"iirpon of procuring a cetlJement.
' i pi'.imtiie that an open aale will
h'U with n Mew of dlapoaing of
pti.perty of thla firm.
Ni fil:iiie Ik mailo of the ap
rn:mat valuation of the atock on
ml. uhli'h Includea equipment,
.ii h in in ichlnery, auto trucki. toola,
i:;iiii. p.nlng iiiaterliilH and office
v itni The asseW alno Include IJb.
r v i,i,nl and Texaa pnlvlng certlfl
.i i". .Announcement of the bank
1 1 v of tht firm waa made oma
n. Ufa In Tul.-a.
PROPOSED STATE LAW IS
CHECK ON CITY POWERS
A-iorJ.ng (o an announcement by
'if my leir.ii l e ta r t men t there la
icw up Wfiire the atnte leglalatur
i t..:i. which. If puMed. will deprive
"e muniripalitlea of the atate of a
fn: p'.ttum of their Juriadlctlon In
ne riDiertion of automobile laxea
'". the rrgulatlon of auto traffic.
'"" hill U now before the houae.
The bill denlen the cltv the right
o i "lct the tax on llrenae. There
liovir, a movement on foot for
n .imnilment to the bill which glvea
ne city authority to ael the drlvera
' anil collect feeH thereon. Thla
unrn.tmcnt empowera the city to
;"cenee who thali be ellgHile for
''""c tjii; on comparative quaJlflra,
! It U probable that the pro-
l""l amendment will be Incorpo
':e, in the bill.
,. "iilt ltn Moot. ( hargtHl.
"K KM V H. dkla . March S. C.
i i:i:on. a prominent farmer llv
a f"w nit if s went of Okemah,
"""t'd Ti.en.lay charge,! with
; u..,rv rrlme. The girl alleged
" t" Hie victim u I'earl Itatcllff. 1 4.
""'. the diiughter of I'. V. Hat
r f. a prominent farmer of the
'winvinity iii,on In a married
"t i ami h, iK . children. Hia
r,.fr." ; "f w. -lutciiff.
'"'f of the alleged victim.
I'wn lllll Klgnrrt.
r.?.A!1,,N',:TOV- March 3-Preal-WILon
tonight elgned the "Vlo.
' n,n' a,1!norlxn th ,rM.
"y to iKmio 17.000.000,000 In ahort-
l,r!",'10"',"1 Prvlllng 11.000.000..
ol';r,h of th "' flinnre
'"pnMftn , ,in,uU,ln ,he cfJun.
" r-irdun commerce.
TfM.Hook mil lawM.
"KLAIIUMA i-itv . n..
'i ii. thi, afternnon'p'aMed Mie bill
.e . . "L ",t bok commlaalon and
,.," ',r m' "nw governing the
,,,0 B ' "nnin bciiooi ieai-
T,,., "' "HOMO yflNI.VE
r, . iy'1"',v he ca.nje. There la
-o ,ron, nnit.M K. W.
' signature on the box. SOo.
; A F00fATl0
''t'lie?,"1;' rr-rb that every man
l ' ?r Pn"-'Hn at 40.
V '"'7 "' fnictlce of
I rn.lM .,i 1 hmight and knew
cut,..,. "'r me public with
The iii,1r'.rr""rt "Nnml.fr 40 Fr
1,0 net w .h "now y'i that I
t'ViC v V 'nall If you re-
Inn i, ii l . rur ink
-: r"iie ii,. . '"""HHin, rituiarln,
. tio . i. ' 1 ""' dl"eae
M""lrr,i , :.."rnm."",nded
" fteinb,rg 1(ros
STATE EXHIBITS AT
I In it of Kf'pnrulr IIimiw fur lath
t iintniiHiwi-alili Mont .
1 r'd i tiii!Uin Ptirtft.i,
I I'utl lluiiaing
I N MII i iTi iN, March 4 Tlaim
h:n e Itccn made lh;n w ee!, for ill"
I ii ii ill i ton (,f a cunti wide ram
4'H mo for Ihr CKlalillillllK'lll In
ll.Hllltlitliin nt a prl'ina llcut rl.itri
rtiup of SpMiilali aimrclilnia rolliurd by fi'dcinl iiiitluirlilcH In liivcatlunlliijt plul lo kill the rvNicn(, on u)
U fnlcral tMiurt In ,i-w Vork.
Federal officials are runuliiK down 'hoii. In uncovering a well luld plan
. i , I " aNRaMHinalH VA Uhiui the offh liilK
eery clue In every report of plota ' .rrnUv ,.nrrillr,, Hllinl,h ,.
agalnat the aafcty of ITeaulent U C- archlaia in Now Vik and riilluaol
I plil. i 1 ln were iiunle to appear In
' 1 1 1 1 niiili'r ti'iheim corptia uoceed-
IIhkh. Tlii' wore freed later, tint It
bi-licviil the, will lie deponed
TnJSb!-64 and Cried and
LONTINUES A WEEK Were g., and gj.,, m
Warfield Played "Auctioneer"
('iiiiiiiilJiincn, IniIiIc to I'liiliioiic
Cut In I unc I nt War laporil
l Inn a Com-luilcd
In view of the fact that capecul
police protection la thought necea
aary for the coming week becaiiac of
the national war rxpoallion city of
ficial huve decided to relain the en
tire police force for tho duration of
the expoaltlon and tho cut onlcm
It wii.4 an entranced audience, that
ultet nnlely laughed and cried and
then tmt In xuppree'cd Hllence during j
tenae tnonienta at I lie lirand theater
hint night iliirlng the proaoiitallmt of !
"The A ilctionear" by Atnerica'ai
grealeMt actor. I hit id W'urf icld. The
In at the lime in ulwayn the bVat. 1
do not think I hate any preference).
I alwuya enjoy my own acting,
whither tbo Hiiilienrn iloon or not.
I like my work In fact I like It no
well that I declined an offer of
1.111,11(10 u week In go Into moving
plated In the police furce will n,n be 1 I'1"'' ,,"r f H "" "f 11',,vl,, "''"' " picture, ltt I jMt could not give
r k l,ni.t nrni ni'liniiii I, ill I WHM llie lif'l'- . u i . ...
made, at the preeent.
F. Al. Itohn, commlaeloner of po
lice and fire, Pellevci that he can re.
lain tpe ten policemen It waa thought
necessary to dlacharge tlli week at
a maximum expense to the city of
1200. Mil) or llulihuid J. hum with
1'otu.nilealiiner Ilohn In thlH opinion
bei'auae of the lmmene crnwda en,
pecterl to vWIt Tula (luring tlm e-poeltlnn.
Ah an adilitiotial ineiiaiire It pin
tiet productiona. hut It wiia llie per-I ., ,, ,,rrM,,..i ,,.,,,.1, in, ,.. ,,
nnnallty of the great Wurfleld him- ,.t,ce It niav be ii atreak of aen
aelf that apreud out over the ' ' ' llnieulallt , but' if mi It In my weak-
niiiinn nun nrui rwi.. 7 T 1 I Iv llw,u..i.,l ,l,,ll,,r. n
week, not for.Juxt one week, but for
the aatlefaction of having seen, not I
only u great play, but a most won- W(.k , un rnr(l
1 lot of money and If It ni only the
I i"' " " ,.,nni. I I .1 I.I
tween thej-ond and third acta of 1 ,' ." " 1 ,Klv" . ' "" n"'
H,e pl.iye.1 waa greeted with a when paid til do
genliilltv iiikI coriliailiy n reireeiiing
I tl ln pro.teci in :ew In elmri i tu bo
I ii nilcr hi k en While the licneial na
lute of ihc pinpiiHcd pei niaiii ni t
dibit lie !, n lli" nation. ii cnplinl .
j ague, ii in ii H difference of opinion
mill rllBl.i anion Die pt nliintei n nt
llie plan an to the iiiinner of hnui
j lug tlie cvlill'll Sonic of llio-ie ad
1 vnc.iiing ,t ptefer a ilan r mi I in
pl.niliii n pur, lie niaie bn I Id i ngf.
I grouped III Milne e.ill licceeHltiirt
IM'Clloti of llie ciM, while I'ttiern be
lli ic llial n ini;,i' linmeiiHi -itnic
I lure affording ipace for llin differ,
lent Niaten and including nn audi
j lorhiin or c in i en I Inn ball. Willi
j tmial:er inotnn fur tninor galhei-
lug', woui.i prercrnolr
A orlKinally outlineff the plan
prmlded for h n-parate building for
'licit M!ule. Niiclt mrtietureii to be
built by the Mt.it.., tbemMelve nn
vrotiitil male .,ailnlile b eongrepe
Tbene tiutldtn;N. while coriforintiig
tu llie nan Hi neral Hlx'le of nrihl
1 tei-iiirrt. would afloid nn npiiotluii
lt for in Initio arclillermral treat
iin'iil o m I,, give an effect of In-
illcidiinllli ItiMiniM for coin enlloni
nnd for meetlims of niate Hocletle.i
w ould be proiided In llie building
together with ample ppacc fur ciim
prebennive ebloilH of the natural
riMMourceM, manufacturer unit ptod
net of the uliiii'-. elatlMllcal "nil
lilntorli.il information etc. Main
tenance of Hie I mi 1 1 ! I ii at h and i
htbHe would devolve principally on
Half Million Co nil ltal-Ml.
Ad. atea of the ningl elrucliire
plan believe II llie mine feaalhle and
generally advantiiKeiiun. To be lo
cated on the ground peovlded bv
the federal government, the building
would be paid for bv the elate In
proportion lo the iimitutit of apace
to be occupied The plan a'io con
template federal aid In the erection
of Ihe building It innllilenance and
ill keeping up the nlnliit.
Htep already bae been taken to
raise fund of a quarter of n mil
lion dollar, by voluntiiiy KiiliKcrlp
Hon. with which to finance a nation-wide
publicity campaign. Such
n fund, according to the belief of
thoa Inierealed, would be ample to
timure Ihe aiicce nf Ihe project.
I'lan are being matured here to
preaent to the net congrepui a com-
tecflon 40 euldiemi are helng nftiii n , unl delighlfuj ni Ihe tery pirt hifl
In aa apeclal cliy offlceYa. These men wai playing on Ihe etage. i (Z
will exerriec poiiru auinority in uieiri "You eee tins I mv urst irip (
through thi i. articular goi-tlqn ami !
inv flrat v mi t to the city of Tulwi I ,
am' perfectly Infatuated with till ,
wonderful country and thi wonder- ,
fill cltv. It I a real Joy to me. The j
fact Is there I nnp and go In the
verv atmosphere of thi civ mid In
faci In many other throughout the!
capaclttiM na eoldiem and will opt-r
a'.e In ahlfia under tho direction of
an army officer. It la aated, how
ever, that at' the end of the exposi
tion It will ho Imperative Hint the
police force be reduced, for, regard
lean of the need of patrolmen, there
la not sufficient appropriation In the
budget to meet this expense.
ALL SOLDIERS OF GREAT
WAR WILL iSE ORGANIZED
Major Aha J. Nile, aa ranking re.
turned oversea officer for Tulna utul
vicinity, will be asked In the near
future to call a meeting of all aol
diera of Tub and vicinity f"r the
purpose of organlilnc the lirand
Army of Civilisation, an organisation
to be operated and co-pled after the
tlrgnd Army of the Kepubllc. All
soldier of thla section of the coun
try will be eligible for membemliiu.
The local chapter of the tirand
i nr I'lt-lllMition w ill be organ-
lied primarily for the purpose
handing together veterans of the
great' Kuropean war and will func
tion much the name a the society nf
the veterans of the civil war. It 1
suggested that at the proposed meet,
in nn OTf aniiatlon committee be
Lippolnted to visit the smaller town
and work up interest "i'""1"
ThU organi"110!! I a national af
fair and Is meeting wltn eniuusi-.m...
apprnxal or me eouie .
tanv ft Co. of New Vork have atieady
designed the seal and button em
bletiiH. which have been adopted by
the off)cUl of tho organisation.
COTTIN "wiLTTbe" GIVEN
TRIAL BY COURT-MARTIAL
PAH IS. Mnnh ? , - Kmll Coltln,
fho recently shot and wounded pre.
mlcr flemenceau. will be. tried by
court-martial on March 14
Captain Houchiirdon. head of lie
Pans military court, lontlnued hi"
Interrogation nf the premier's a
aallant this nfiernoon. Cottln ad
mitted that the attack had been pre.
meditate,! for several month and de.
clareit that If h had fnot been
stopped he would have remaded his
revolver and f irnl egm".
nilddlewel that far outshine the
cltie of the east.
"Oh. I know that sound rather
on the boosting order, but 1 mean It.
I bad ii rather delightful experience
with the waiter w ho s. rved me nt
luncheon today. I bad some diffi
culty ip getting something that I
ordered and I finally said to him:
'Oh. run along uml get It for me.
I can pay for It, I Just struck an oil
well down on Main street, and I feel
like most of these oil men I see
around the lobby of this hotel." The
waiter rolled hi eyes In i. surprised
sort of way but I got what 1 wanted,
and had a, good laugh beside,"
When asked which he regarded as
the best play he hud ever starred In
Mr. Warfield promptly said:
'To me. the play I am working
I la yo' Healing Honey.
Stops Urn Tickle. Ileal. the Throat
and Cures the Cough. Price Jle. A
free bog of o-PKN-TltAlK KAI.A K
for Chest Odds, Heud Cold and
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle;
Lipton's Monkeys at Hie
Empress and Kono &.
Wagner Arc Delight.
Two acts on the current lilt it the
Empress are un especial delight to
children. These are I.lpton Famous
Troupe of Performing Monkes--l
In number, who have a "Jar..'' band,
end pull off a regular isudevliln
circus, the monkey performing nn
wire and trapexe. doing strong man
btirlesnuo and other novelty stunts.
' Keno 4k Wagner give quire an or
iginal noveMy of song and dance
with movements modelled nfter the
oid-foshloned "Jumplng-jacks" of
toyland. It la a unique conception
and very pleasrng.
There are four other excellent
acts, the College Quintette being -in
of the smartest musical act that
has been herr .. It variety of sing
ing and comedy jind burlnsejoe, wltli
Jar.i barfd phmlilg mskes It a dellaht
ful number. Nick lluffntd. with
hi comicalities and negro minister
burlesque, Nadell e'ollette. s-mg
and dance, and Ijingtnn & "ml'h.
two clever chaps with fine voi-'s
and a lot of good comedy, sro the
DO YOU NEED A KIDNEY
Dr. Kilmer's Pwamp-Hont Is not
recomiiiemUd for nervlhlng. but If
you hnve kidney, liver or bladder
trouble, It may be found Just tha
medicine you need. Hwamp-ltpot
makea friends oul'kly because Its
mild and Immediate effect Is soon
realized In most cases. It Is a gentle
healing hrba compound a phy
sician's prescription which lis
proved Us great value In thousands
of the most distressing cases accord
ing to reliable testimony.
At druggist In large and medium
You may hove a sample slr.e bottle
of this always reliable prepai hIIoii bv
Parcel Post, also pamphlet telling '
about It. Address 1 r. Kilmer Co.,'1
Klngharnpton. N. V.. and enclose ten j
cent also mention the Tulsa World.
COLDS AND FLU c
BEST TREATED j
The New Perfected Calomel
That is Free From Nausteat
injr and Salivatinjr, Effect
Physicians or druggists will lell
von that the best thing In the world j
for a coldi grippe or Inf Im-nra. Is ,
Calntsb. the perfected' calomel, tha'i
la free from nauseating and salivat-i
ing effect. Iioctors have learned j
thst other laiatlves nre uncertain
and unsatisfactory for cold, and!
grippe, but that theycan rount nn
Ciilntahs. the new calomel, that h'ls
nil the liver benefits and none of the
sting, to thoroughly arouse tho liver j
and put the system In Ideal cnndl- 1
tlon to throw off the cold and pre- I
vent Influents and pneumonia. i
The best time to take Calotabs I
at the first sign of a cold. If you t
take It at the beginning you can cure
a cold over night, fine Calotah on i
the tongue at bed time with n swal-.
low of water that's all. In the!
morning you wake up feeling fine
with a hearty appetite fur breakfast. I
Your cold has vanished and you may I
congratulate yntirself that you hnvi
possibly prevents serious compllra- I
tlons. for physician tell us that I
neglerte( enlds number their Me- .
tims by the millions.
Per your protection. Calolab rj j
sold only In original sealed packages, i
price thirty-five cents Your drug-,
gist will supply you. and your money
given back promptly and cheerfully
If vnu are not delighted with this
new form of calomel Adv.
BOSTON SHOE SHOP, Inc.
Anticipating the Trend of Fanhlon and Showing Firtt
That Which Will Ue Worn in Spring
for all the .family. The "Boston," by its 66 uptnirn
Btore buying power, offers you the latest ctyles at an
absolute paving of $1 to $3 a pair.
'SAVE THAT DOLLAR!"
Keautlful Oxford and Pumps Willi pre!
ty covered high Louis heels, long slender
.tivampi In patent and dull kid, widths
' AAA lo 1.
Vi v $3.95, $5.95
$3.95 $5.95 ana
The new Military Heel luford In dark
blown Kldskln. hlaok 'Calf and Kid All
sires ti Ii 1 1 widths. Not five and eight dollars
$3.95 and $5.95
children's H i h ii ii I
Mioes In luce and
button st)le In gun
mrtsl and patent
made and strong
Nfen llun Metal
Plngllsh long "keen''
olllted toes "A
In dark koko
Hunts for Ladles
nnd big Ii I r I
Ilish top p!en-
" '" $2.95
wearers " '
I put air Mores In 49 Cltlcw
Hoys' S' hool Shoe n 'inn Metal
leather with soles that wear like
$1.95 $2.25 $2.95
320'2 South Main St.
I'lmUlrs Out Wimlworlh'g
prehensile oullini (,f the pi o led . n
le'allcd ii,,, mill of the l"lk nln'ililv
ilone. en, definite Iiiih of procedure
fur tlli iltiltieiliuti' cs'.l In p I Ii in tif tile
' inipiiitin which after being well
lillder lie.nlwal, it as pei inn le.t to
"ii' w In-ii this counlt v bee. line an
mtue pai tie; pa lit In Ihe woild wai
m ill ly two icar ago. Support of
i P' lire or mole senati i and mem
her of the house already Is pledged
and this support will be used as a
nucleii wltli which In gain the fa
tor of the li-glslallce branch of the
Tulm City Court (.
1'axncd by Loirer House
t erM'. I h: Mlllel i,
S'lir.in II, Hi-1 T
iiKI.AIInM CITY, Man h" 1
Tulsi's i: court bill, by Itrpreecn
lailves Keiiiiui sod Itlildlson, passed
the liiiuse nf rep.-esentntli es late lliii
tiflritiu in sii( It now goi-s to th
senate w here Its passage I assured
llsiiti Sjiul yulcl liny.
WAMIIIMITl 'N. March n l'
cept fnr llie Jewish confeience I'es.
ident Wilson enjoyed a ilat of lost.
Ihe first of a busy week w hb-li has
kept lilm hard at work for thej
greater part nf each dat This nioin
Itig he mi, I Mrs Wllsnii atiendeil
i hiiii'l) and this af'ernooli they- went
fur an automobile ride.
v w i
I lei schliai h, lieimunv, pell. .
1 si !l
l-ldltnr World: (in helm if of llie
, 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 nil l'i.y III tlie expeditiousl y
forces, iii regatil to tin- tioiin ill
UUesllnii in ihe I nlted Slate we
have heen talstng a great deal about
the counlri going dt y and we have
rriiw In Ihe conclUHlon that e
wctsi not tiented ipnie right M
limks aa If the di t took adt acluse
of our absence In tushing ihrniigh
the decision We do not think thai
is ipilte light, for we believe that
we nie Amrilcan clll.eiis nnd ehnuld
b-ive a olce in such malleis
It Is con l.-il that wn hate been
liilie a tielti tn our country when it
was In liouble..i It loos like nolh
log but light that t.e should hate
chance to vole on how It Is run
We fee Hint we bate done mill"
fot our country than s great many
of those dry people who slaved at
home and lul watched for a chance
lo lake advantage of our absence
.HKI. It IH TI.KIt
Co I, I J 7 III Inf , A. K. !'.
Tu enable blind pel suns to tell
trmpc ramie a I' I eiichmati bus In
vented a t herinometer III which ns
lending 'mercury deptessiss u lm I -mned
tulie along a scale carijinR
pntH mm BiHii mm mm mm
LIVE, ACTIVE DOLLARS
I: vty dollar you gprnd caTtlfaaly
for tomething that brings you no
return in gone.
On the othrr hand, every dollar
you have on deposit in a saving
account with thia growing bank ia
a live, active dollar.
It is working tor ydu, earning 4
interest; it is safeguarded against
loss from any cause.
STOCK MUST BE
In order to reduce stock quickly
we offer unheard of prices on
From the finest trunks and
8uitcanen to the lens expensive
good we are making a aevere
cut in the prices on every
u trunk like a Waeil-rtilsr-
No warilrotMi like
We nre the only legitimate llartinan dealer In Tulmi. Iion't he
misled Muy voiit- llurtmaji direct and get, a factory guarantee.
THEY MUST HE MOVED AM) YOU WILL
HEN E FIT HY GETTING LUGGAGE NOW
33 13 I'er Cent Discount On All
LADIES' POCKET HOOKS, HAND HAGS
Ml Hinds and Mi Hiylo
Elephant Irunk Factory
m SOUTH MAIN ST. PHONE 3883.
Gulf Fish and Oyster Co.
FISH AND OYSTERS
214 SOUTH BOSTON
Fish for Lent
This market at all times uses every effort to
carry it lare variety of f inh . For the Irenten
season we have redoubled our efforts, urginp
our shippers to URe every means to stock us.
Our exclusive contract with fresh fish cS'tchers
enables us to sell you fish not obtainable el.se
whire. Let us help you select your next fiwh.
Sold With a Money-Hack Guarantee.
"IF YOU WANT QUALITY, WE HAVE IT"
A. BIUS, Proprietor
cent of motor
trucks today en
gage in intercity
ly. A year ego
only 4 per cent
You'll come to it
i sooner or later
money in it as
much as $30 a
day clear for each
Thtn you'll realize
RICH D E
Tires are best for
your truck why .
men engaged in
lg but profitable
that their trucks
be shod with
Only Quality wDl atand
the Spartan teat of
the country road,
curtail heavy vibra
tion, Mva fuel and
the load and in
LUXE Truck Tires
Quality la given it
We $ell and apply
De Lux Truck Tint
Carnation Auto Sales
M C. Nmnford, Mgr.
2nd nd Ix trolU I'tinm 51.
"BEST IN THE