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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, JULY 86, 1920
County Red Cross Will
Start New Work Here
Will Co-Operate "With Other
Agencies in Doing Well
A g enr ral health "erier I ir, h
established by the Tulsa county
chapter of the American Red CfOM
early In 8eptfmher In the n. qmiri
era at Fourth and Clnclnioitl Into
which the chapter will move the
firm of August. It la announced.
Service which will ho rendered r.y
the health center will he health In
struction through rlaaees In homo
hyyrlena and cure of the sick, dta
trlhution and domination of Infor
mation In regard to health, and
other activities at yet not planned
In detail. In establishing this health
canter the Tulaa chapter will keep
atep with the mnt progressive of
other Re,i Cross chapters through
out the country.
No welfare work by other organ
izations will be duplicated In th
Red Cross health center, which will
Inatead co-operate with other iigrti
rles. A fine example of this n-i!-tance
without overlaping la tilt ,-.
operation given by the Junior Red
Croaa of Tulsi conntv with the
Ttlherctiloala MBOClathrn, hoard of
education, school nurses, and home
economics department of lb hlRh
school, und the furnishing of mater
ial for the health cruaado campaign
In country schools.
Course In home hygiene and earn
of the sick wll be contlmnd In the
fall and winter under the tutelage
of Mra William D. Godfrey Mrs.
I.llah D Lindsay la chairman of
home nursing activities.
The work of the local chapter as
a health agency goes to the war
during whieh home nursing, home
hygiene and first ntd were taught.
In the Oil Ficldsj
rw I a tea t lone
Mc-Man erecting derrick for No IS
I:. V i'rlddy In the noithwest of the
southeast of the southeast of t-lis-
Keys No. l. I.awler In the couth
west of the itoutheaat of 3S-ila-! 0w.,
ratory rig installed No 2 Lauler
In the northwest of the northeast
of 13-ls lOw, rotary 'lg Installed.
No 1 Hllla In the northwest of the
oijthwest of lMai0w drilling) t
1 (TO fee. No. B. Klncade In the
northeast corner of the northwest
of 33-ls-10v.. rotary I if Installed
No 4 J. M. Boldman In the southeast
of the southwest of 28-la-lflw.. off
setting InWnclble No. 1 drilling ut
1.010 feet V. H. Boldman In the
southwest of the northweat Of
northwest of 28-ls-lOw., rotary i1g
Prairie Ol! Gas Co., No. 7 Howe
In the northeast of the aouthwest of
6-2-10w., started drilling.
National OH company has rig up
for No n Rrlnk In the southeast of
the northweat if !i-2a-10w
Nebraska-Oklahoma baa started
drilling in Its test well In the north
west of the a mthoast of I0-3s-tlow.
R O. Gillespie No 1 In the south,
east of the northeast of 25-2-llw.
drilling at 2.290 feet In gumhu for
mation. Keys No, I .T. M Boldman In the
southwest of the northwetu of th
southwest of 28-ls-10w., temporal Uv
hut down at 2.3.0 feet, due to cas
In the Hewitt Field.
The Carter OH company has a 12s
well, natural. In the 1.399 to 1435
foot pay, In its No. 6 Woodruff, loca
ted at the center of the weat line of
the northwest of the aouthwest of
The Southorland Petroleum com
nanyl No ' 0 Ward, in the northwest
orner of the southheast of the
southeast of 16-4s-2w, is good for
400 barrels natural In the 1,645 foot
The Kxfenslon Oil company has a
7 ii 0 barrel well, natural, In Its Noble
farm test- In the southwest of the
southwest of the northeast of 21-4a-2w.
The Wolverine Oil company's No
19 Dillard. la good for 125 barrels
natural in the 2 005 to 2 085 foot pay,
and is located In the. extreme aouth
last cornsr of 21-ts-Sw.
The same company's No. 30 Dil
lard, In the southwest corner of the
outhwcst of the northeut. of 22-4s-2w.
Is good for 190 barrels natural
at 1,375 feet The same company's
No. 43 on the Dillard farm, In ie
center of the southenat of the north
west of 22, Is good for 200 barrels
natural at 1,330 feet.
Westhelmer's No 5 Ward, In the
northeast corner of the southeast of
the southeast of 2--4s-2w. I making
650 barrels natural at 1,894 feet.
The Skelly Oil company's No. 4
Wcfthelmer In the extreme north
west corner of 22-4s-2w. Is a ' 100
burrej producer, natural from aix
sands encountered from 1,337 to
Tnlaa County News.
Campbell and others have a
2,000.000 gas well in the 1.860 to
1,176 fool pay, In their No 4 Smith,
located In the corner of the north
east of the southeast of 17-19-11.
The Livingston Oil Corporation's
No. 11 Rlcketts. in the northeast I
corner of the northwest of 6-17-13.
Is good for 25 barrels In the 1,833
The Gladys Oil company's No. 15
Berryhlll allotment, in the center of
the north line of ih northwest of
the southwest of 18-17-13, Is good
for 25 barrels at 1.70 feet.
Northwant of Stillwater.
The Atlantic Oil & Producing Co
got the aand at 2.988 feet in lt
test located in S-20n-2K and drilled
to a total depth of 4,385 and after a
til riuart shot, the well Is maklns
Frank Griggs has a r up and I
movtng In tools for a 3.800- foot MM
In the southeast of tin southwest
of 29.29-4w, Grant county. Okh
This well Is located four miles south
of Caldwell, Kan., and Is a rank
I Diplomats of World Snapped at Spa
la-ft to right: Ambassador Chlnrla, Oonnt Kfonui faring innsra). Premier IJoyrt (ionrgo and PTomlrr Mlliorand
Problems of the greatest moment to the leading nations of the old world were discussed at the recent Hps
conference. The photo w.ta taken while a group of delegates were engaged In earnest conversation on the
front porch of the villa at Spa where the meetings were held The leading figures ui the conference war
Premier Lloyd George of Ft. gland anj Premier Miller and of Franca. Ambassador Chlnda, also a noted
diplomat, represented Jspan.
' IN GOOD SHAPE
Clearing Up of Railroad
Wage Question Is b a
.vr;V YORK, July 25. Iron and
fieri Interests are confident that M
a result cf the acceptance by the
railroad broth rhnodr. of the wae,e
award granted by tho labor board,
tiafllc will Improve to such an ax
tent i.s to remove a large part of the
TtamlJcap exi erlenced up to the pies
ent lime In moving cong aled ma
terial. The market Is luirly steady
tut Be.smer billets have stiffened
to a $ t; r tulnimiiiii at Pittsburgh.
Structural orders taker, by the
leading shops laat month were the
lowest In over i year, lalatling only
Pig iron market has become very
active in the south. Ilusla and
Bessemer grades of iron continue
In copper, business has been suh.
slant). il. The end of the brass msk"
ers' strike In Cornotlout vallev l
expected to irsunio oper pun III M
of I.UDO.OOO pounds tally.
A feature of the lead market was
the nrllon of leading npeiatois On
li. at Weiln-sday In advancing the spot
pi Ices from 8 to 8 1-2 cents New
JClk, and 7 3-4 to s 1-4 cents ItWl
fit laiuls delivery.
Tha open market Is much stlffei
at 9 cnta ,N'ew York and s 3-4 cents
Pt Unuls as a result of exceedingly
limited supply or metal.
Zinc continues in a strong position
Antimony steady at 7 3- cents
spot with buyris active.
Morrison & Jackson's No 4 Reese.
In the southeast corner of the north
west of the northweat of S-1K-10, is
a GO barrel wll natural in the 2,614
to 2,070 foot sand.
The Belby OH & Gaa company No.
2 Rohbtns In the northweat corner
of the northeast of th northwest of
10-1 ,1-1 0. Is a fiO barrel well at
2. MO feet.
Tho same company drilling on the
Thomas farm in the northeast of
the northwest of 11-15-10. has a 30
barrel well, natural in sand encoun
tered from 3.09B to 3,100 feet.
The Hiawatha Oil company's Clin-
ton farm test In tho southeast corner
of the northwest of the southwest
of 15-15-10, Is good for 15 barrel
natural at 1.542 feet.
'V SW ' A 1 . . , 1 . . r . 1
1 Wit I VWUI AllUUBV f vineju
by String of Nice
By MRS. J. R. M WIIXIAMB
Two years ago there were no sta
tions .on the Sand Springs line be
ne, en Tu lea and Sand Spring.
There were practically no houses.
a grocery etore at Home Gardens
and one at Parkview were the only
business renters to he encountered
on the -eight-mile stretch, and the
number of homes was 100 small to
be nf any importance. M. lawi
and T. V. Davis, better known as
Arkansas Trader, were the pioneer
commercial men of the locality, ae
It were. With the Idea In mind,
according to a popular rumor
afloat, that by stationing food cen
ters at various points along the Una
It would be a very short time he
fore working people and those who
desired to establish homes near
Tulsa would buy small plota at
nominal sum and form a nucleus of
homes that would i.vm grow to larg
er dimensions these men. and the
proprietor of the Sanitary llroerry
company, erected small store build
Ings and set forth entl.lng induce
ments to the people they desired to
draw to the minding regions
MC4IUM ol tin' re isoiiable pi b e of
the land and of I he food to be pur
( h ist d there It whh destined to le n
plan that proved Its worth at the
ItMe of ,onceptlon.
Al present there nre eight stations
from Ida TnN i "v limits to Hand
iBMnfft Th. ii., tola i .if stores at
these stations rial inereaaed to seven
teen, most of them located on th
cement roid rlo amount of con
stmction being done is phenomena I,
aTnd while no sepaiate official ei niug
lies been taken of these stations, be
cause of tnelr popolallmi being toil
email to bo In. orporated, It would
be hardly an k iKgtvatlnn to sav
that the aggregai. count Would ex.
reed two thousand and be well to
ward the three thousand mark.
A few years sgo there was a col.
ond park, known as Ml'lwn, in the
terrfory between the two towns, bu'
that has been dlaconi'iinrd 111 neat
that site Is now being elected the
enormous CompftMlOn Innaf Tuba
eonipanv plant and an office build
Ing. There Is WOnJ kivi t from
some SOU ret thaj armful thin Platit
will arise another colony similar '"
these already In existence, and form
Ing another link In the chain cut
necting the two towns This kind Ol
connection, a line of home owner
nd taxpayers would be an it
union between the Industrial cen
ters of the two places and In thing
10 he looked forward In as the I ''
cat outcome of a plan ntOfOd trport
.In the pioneer days of the OOmjBU
nlty which are not so fat bonk 1
the misty past as to lie tosflnod ' '
the memories of the OldOf people of
The Roxana Petroleum company's
No. 1 Skeen. In the northeast earner
of the southeast of the southeast of
ll-l-6e. Is a 15 barrel well after
t' shut In the J, 100 foot pay.
In Tlir x hulter IsMtfsM,
The Tidal Oil eompary tas Just
completed a 't'O barrel well, which
Is It No 2 ,ui the W. Kannird farm
located In the northeast, corner of
th northeast of 6-1 1 14 The total
depth Is 1,808 feet.
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
TUH A lOPClB Hit. 11 IBMtS ry
.'..1st nm misuse
ThurMsv, July ) War. In
il a. m Visitors welcome
JOHN A WAI.KSin, W. M
1. C. MONFORT. Sea
PEI.TA LOtvin ! will hold special
u..n.iiiuiiirii..n I '-..a. July
Jtih work in r o sgre
onmmvnrlng at t p- m. All
E. A.'e .,.-n viairots
rurtllslly lnvitd fcusontn halL
II. C. Kaufman. W. M.
Arthur Uaaar. Saeralary.
riTKuuus uoip no. i mtti
a. aval v sr r I rt a w aieani --
H Ml ins s.ii eipif ii n HI ing
- i 't,ii f i Nst t onimunicatlfin
:,.'-- i." i. Httgular inuulul
a. i it Mini w m
B. HANNA. S.',.,.rT
rOUU CHafTin. O E S. IDHII Oral
sad ttllr Wadnasday of II. a
nioatk at Mi. ball, flrai
msatlns. hualnaas: aa:onil
l.iUtsMon and a., .11
at Its TBMPIII TJCMNANT,
tuts emma rAar; h..
TEH No CI. K A U laaala
flrai sad third Monday ut aso
nonth c'hsptsr adjuuros until
R. K NRWHOt'BB, n P.
U A SNTUCfl. lacratar
TRINITY COMMnNDl'Hl No. 10 n.aal
w. mi., anu aourtn ai.iiiaar
aeh inoalb. Comi.isndorjr ad
journs until Soptambsr II.
ntANI RRAMA N, Harnrdtr
aKDAR TEMPLE, a a. O N m S ...
A- rosular maottns Friday, -,.
'TJBja itiabai Ift Pbons 141
amlki. . dtb. Petasjlaie
H. M WELUVEIt. tSSSXSt
At 1 1'.' 'K A i-OUOB NO It. I o. O F.
Nam maallns July ,a a , .,,
Work In Third dastas Visitors
I O. Chpmn. N. O.
M i. PuUNI.ilrO.NE. .r
TUI.SA SNCAMt'Mk.N'1 No. II, L o.
O. r inaots I. i , i
fourth Friday. I n m,, R. p
hall, if' East flaeoed. Dagrao
nlsht Aufust 7lb.
TULOA KEDKKAH NO. 11 I o. O. P.
maeta aocond and fourth Fri
day. I p. nr.. K r. bail, Mti
TULSA can: No. II, I. O. O. F masts
first and third Prlday. I
p. m . Mualrlaua' ball, lilts
TTI1J1 CAVMP No till M
" A. and
I '" A1ION1AB ( A Alf No ; 1 'a
R. N. or A. iiisota avarr Tuoa. r
i!L iod P'.,?,J!'
it f. M--'' i.-.e. conaui
A. A. Huahea, O-blll
Mra. h p Kanneiy
are I. J Wrt.'n,'4"'
SILVER P1.CIU LODCiB, 111, x p..
niaala avary Thilra.lav ,,i.h'.
at St. P IUI1. Faat Sa. - n1
Naat maallns July II visit
ll.t knlfhta ursad to atland.
r A WILLIAMS c c
Ed PA I.F.. K It a B
ABA aaoTTO NO. U MBBTS Fins,
Saturday in ncl. iuubi
St Maaor.lo Hall,
M A Hurler, aionaroh
ii O. ......
iMata of OkUnoma. County nf TI-.
Hh.Hi HA l i r.
On this th inih dav of J'tlV. 19? '
and 1'Oth day of July, lftto. t' ataliM
Sbaal Ika.a 1. a a kaan Si.i. fill a I Ii. tllaa
iutt o( Okiahftn.i. i i . lni ,
ourl of Ttilaji County.
ouiahMn" in. foiiwwina ,r...'y lo-wU;
Fihi acka or riiu.il nifr.
aatk (,T brown aiTr. 10 gftMonn -f torn
houa. pounli or nail 1 r R.uun to.
barrHI 4 tuba, 1 1 .-.: burner vtov
tallnna of myruy. I ronniFtsi. I i"t
Two bar ponfaa, on m 'tnt waon. nn
aat doukia hain'it. una viii and on rotn
fori On nhaviolM riadatar c-i N li i'
boAy No H I4H, fnflna Kfl
ll it rcMOlvad. Mint l.tbiH Couft-
i ty flarn of Tij!a CoutiU i ik lahom u , glva
I do and lal noib and Mil PfOi
arty on A'ina4 i. vm 41 iw 1.) 1 n'K
n m it tha weii ficiiti door ..f il.a Tu1a
County Courthoua. m tha btht( biditi-
ho.lr a. owlna lha lilaoi.altlon he l.aa mala
n-i maaa mi rapnri m tn n'inm";
Of aald rrnearty
II'. ail of fnnn.y . oinrnlaalonera.- run
By LEWIS CLINK. County Clark.
Kates and Iiiiformatton
IS' vr wprti ttr ttm
ln InMrltttMi tor ti prlr of mm
Mtnlnittrn ipkcn u words.
t. ,t. wofil pri rlav whan rftpr f'tni
on i. i-ii h t ItliiHM rh.ni
M inhi in it. amount ri.d tin
AI I ' If A ri 1 1 WAt'l AlH !
ml payatYi iha aatua tay ftrit In--it"U
f .l iMNfa Alt out of Imwm
m( .t- an. I aH wnilrH t-. !nl.
"i i wantfil wt-mni a'ari ana
hininn.H'M f Anirla da art fi1H alf
fli in trlvam t
tk' r.rifiiNf want add ir
i harfxt I t fi sum rata aa i-aah
fttut ppcfl(im will inarta at ynuf
hoin ,.r afrtV aa n..n nfta. flrkt Id-
atrtion aa .ailia, Hii la an ai'tnt
BttJdttlon MfVVN ami patmanta Khun Id
M fin ! i iiin)i1) . , mil i - pi
MtM A.wn, ak "ii M'i. ad
In b rfrnia.1 ha'W It nu by '
alphflna ai takar Is maka nra that
H li Kan nrrafllr tnkari Ilia Wofld
raniu't a unit raapnnaihmtr for trnri
'f ttlf hind n. furring in talaphona
ail 1 1 ftnfhta
t)n4ti no i irrii.itKianaaa ara wa ra
punRlliU f.-r arrnrn In any Bit a.-ttria.
mnt galaaa rp. rtad Imniadiatalv
(ii fit . r InMrtlftfi railurtlaa la
runt nf an a1 win aa mada uniaaa arror
daittoyk alua af ad.
ant fnr Want Ad raparf mant
!.""' mi t . i
T7ir r luiy Ti joTJ ,..n."n. tnAt call
"aas litis for iwarrt
"10 ri"KWAh"l"ToTfrrai7o7 inT
lorailng l-'. rd Inmini rat, !'? mod I .
angina N Am . a r l Ifan-a N HI 1 1
rtfrnnuntabU rliu with nlra aalng rtr
tiif irar nf ar .self tarar far atlan
Wf.lna.tay Jgdy f , ,.r, rin
rlnnatl hia. n ftf.- nd anl Third alrau
.1 0 'Ibiirri, rNiMlnnvllla. gta
I.' hi .-ii i.n l mi th of (own ihiaa tmiak of
bgrg ghlvki t.o in rarh b-.i i all radar
innr. . rM aril
iiltlo rrama hlrrrla, In
iti.l at U0 .North (iiaonwind Otaaa
I'i'I'N'Tt ladian awaatar nn anijth alda;
nwiMi ggji gft .ama by alng f'r Chla
nl rail Hkalb ky, Uaaga mi
ITRATtCD a t ward i i r tVta rat urn it a
rad and whit a point ai mala nr In for
nianon in rs iii.t,n
I.OHT tn fifth (Tool gaMMftty National hank
building pair Itifoml glaaaaa; plaaaa ra-
lurn lo rnom Ml nn Rama floor
r nt t M'NT Maiair.Uy hnapltal far on
r . . prlvata. priraa raaannahla; may
wnrk for bnatg, bablaa adnpiad wrlta for
hnoklat Mra T n. I -.ng 41) 1 tut
Twanty-aavanlh atr t. Kanaaa ritv, Mo
WKKT MAIN' maiarnliT anitarium, far
tha rara and prolartion of vun wnmin ,
rataa raamnabUi bablaa adoptad, 14? W
Main I" M. H Nawinan, Madir-al
l'ltfftur, 107 rolcnrd M ia , Oklahoma
NdTH'K to Itaal Mwta"1 daalara; my hnua
at 1MI Nuuih Not folk ta off tha markat
AS'Ftel informal ion "aha praaan" ai aa
nt Mr Cortl Irving, formarlr nf IKOiSt
Admiral H'"iiard. 1'ulaa Addroaa Mra
Alfrad Kiatrhcf, JlO'J Wahatar at. Hrkly.
AlTOM(mt.KH rjf.K fI.K !
OR ANT BIX I puaangar tar; what rln you
"ffr-r in f ou1 ' ' i . ! riiflna ii -
X i II I Il6x hlih nfaaaura boilar;
what will you ftva for If Mullar Tlra
4 nuw-ar i n M mtn umii
10 tin ( ftHU tttaa ai a iaal dtVnunT 7
tl 0 on am-h tlra ai lung aa thay laau
Mullar Tlra rtuhhar ' 14 K fllxth St
rCUt Uxi Miliar non nWli. tlraa at
avlnaa of about 60; firit monay gata
tharn. from a naw oar; ownar wantad and
bought Havaga llraa. Mullar Ttra Ruhbar
ro m r-. nixin m
"TTi (lOi iDRH 'II nn-kl. tlraa, ownar
prafr-it. ' Havaga '!. from a naw rar.
both tor IRfl Mullar Tlra tWPMff Og
1 2x 8U SOnjlV THRA1 IT. fl lira oaarlr
in- w i , 'it nor w a ii i an
I9im MIIm'O rib traaT tira. naw
rufttorrnsr watitatl Havaga tlrca Tou ran
0BVBN PHRBTO tight tank, fully rhargafl
and rtady for ua at II aafh whtla thav
last Mullar Tire A ItUhhar fQ 1 1 V. nth.
At'TOM'ifilf -K ntrvlfa man will ha opan
for nop i Hon abntii Auguat I at., can
deliver t ha good, and will oonpldar only
high grade propoaition au-A, rara worin
FORD Redan for aaia in A l condition ;
nrltia 1100 ("all Bnnkar fadar lOflB tit
(antral National hank Pldg
Guaranteed Vulcanising Qat our
TULSA TIRE BHOP
12 West Brady
MODKI, N lluitn..lilla , a SeSatrTBR
A in., k 117 W Socond itrait nas
Poll lALK nt a aartflc hy" owner; lata
M.ii Nli roadatar; fully aqulppad:
flna nasi Ursa: car luat palntad. aoma
trrnn rail at ItUj Baal Falriav
1 .".li "sa Li."Ktut roadatar. TTka na
Phona or wrlia Hllllns'a Cadlllao Co.
f 7TU KAI,: - l adllla. ar,.l ."l.avn.lal
arti.y. will aall at Invnira Phona or
rlta If Intnraatad ftllllns'a Cadlllar C.
II Illlllnss Flt'al.urs. Kan
nr. t'..i.li l.4aa L'.afral garage. Oeall'
Mil HTt'IiltlfiAKER fllX In flna rondl
11. .ii. new llraa all ar.xind and aalra.
pi i -.I rtgOJ fur caah. Oadsr 111
TTirTYi't'li uaad car with ma, I can
all-It now ir lha pries Is right, t al-
waa t.ava customer wantln food Fnrda.
aa- ma eafoia yon bu Phona i'a.ai in
rOK SALE Brand naw four raanr
Tola, run laas than a 1.000 mllaa own
er lavtng ii . win maka bis laoriflse.
Call Oaaga 1313.
i A N HiTke iiMfneiTVai daTuary on uvar
land Had an 4 . moilti navar haan
ltivin I'e.iwr tlj
rii KVitoi-i-; i JT Jff.o? .''"iTi'T.iMin i maH
t payment r?v tarinn ir im.
i,Vi , i - K EH car. 7 saaasssei
' inodal cheap, rail at sarllon houaa at
I Ris ,"rl ifltr t m
' Ml!. I : N V K N :o -115 llulrk i.,adtar
new ho.lv. Ilftft .aah '
li h'i k.n .
Tour rar la nail Why nit save n.onay
snd hava soul ar ie.alr..l at hr.ma in
! ?rV,KJff ,r.dMffi.t"1l?fS
sflSf fa 11
elar ilia '-an a .in-iv
. j ,, j, ,jb tread Ur
. - - T Z " 7. !
o -i w A i ' Mi.1i . . it(. t rt.mil I rr
ne cuomr WMiwa, pv,ji -
1 I .1 I..... .1.1. .elel....
ltlr ..u .fin imvf t nia lanrPN "
xi .. it Tin. A KuM.or Prt 14 K
11 Ai.l paysongsr rurd m
A 1 shape IWI.OO. Phone o.
yOR 11.8. -Hodge f'ladster; good
condition. North Main flarage
:-IX i ' Y LINfiKK ' Chummy, fine
cnn.lltli.il best liamatri In Tulaii.
Ix.w cost price. Tortus or trade.
i K1VE passenger, light Uto, arond
OORdtttOn Price right. Te
trade. What hava you?
AI'ToHftkll.Ha i o ii -vir.
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Klght. i hit la a Rmil 1 nd only run
Irt pno itiilaii. luoil paint, inp. p.-ai cunia
ant inbhai . m raal bargain fur $.fna I
NAi.tC llfWtd I FimT
Tft flfWl trai-t
fine Iteo speed wsfon In A-l shspe
Packard ton used five months.
Republic, l-lon in unod shnpe
Itepulille 1-ton In good shape.
I-'. V. It ner been used, a hiirfimln.
l,ook al these bus and save a few
711 P floston iiaai!e.74l
Buick Six Tourintr, only 30
Oldmobi!o fi TourinBT
Slutlebakor fi Touring
FOURTH and FRANKFORT
A rebuilt Taeltard la a better buy
tlian any new ear at th sami prlo.
II rack ard luurlnc, lik, new, guar
1 2t I'ackard, r.-iaau. Ilka new.
1 2 r. Packard touring In A-l shape.
Cadlllao roadster model r,7 A-l shape
llii.1s.ui spcudster 4 -pass.
ford sedan at a bargain price.
Wlnton 1010, 4-paa.
Rttits Bearcat, 1011), looks like new.
Htutx 4-puss 1IU9, rebuilt and re
l'earlvsa sedan, 1920. driven 100
Locomobile 4 paats. In A 1 shape.
And a lew nther good buya.
711 S. Unston
1017 Appersnn chummy, new block and pistons aVi a i aa iaia TIO
1120 Chsndler, 7 passenger, like new a- 1 ' ,000
llll Velle, 5 passenger, new cord casings .......... . .v ... I 710
llll Chandler chummy, wire wheel mi fits is i nsksti ifljtH
Model 24 Wlnton 7 paaaenger, good as
lilt Chandler, 7-paasanger, overhauled - i ill n nun 1,150
1017 Chandler 7 paaicnger; a bargain ll.jLOO
1017 Chandler 7 passeniter; see It now I 110
1018 Hudson Cabriolet; perfect condition 11,060
1117 Jeffrey 5 paNmiH"r. a real buy a sl1awsaeamt 100
1117 Dodge roadater; a rare bargain i ilrt i aVi 471
21-A Wlnton 5 passenger, excellent condition 1 1 i'siii i at Hit 110
1910 Furd roadater, perfect condition . I 4Tt
1919 Oakland roadster, can't beat It irni -it nsifaft M
WHIkeir Motes0 Compmy
723 SOUTH MAIN OSAGE 8640
1918 Marmon, Chummy 4-paas. Good as new. . . .$2,750.00
1017, 7-pasa. Marmon. A bargain 1,750.00
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1918 8tutS roadster. RUM good 1,750.00
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101( HtldtOtl t motor ill ROOd
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19n Winton, 7-pa8. A good
! 1900 Jordan. 7-pas. Two months old 2,760.00
Cnumrny A good
701-3 South Main Sir. ft
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BARGAINS IN USED
Onp-tnn Korrl Truck, fina
nirrhanical shape, $350.
Vor truck. $200.
One-ton Republic truck $371.
Thene trucks are bargain.
G. M. C. TRUCK CO.
Oaasre 409. 10 Weat Sixth
I Have the Car You
Many that are not Hated. Term
l3i Hoick Rosdaier, 'new" ennb
hars, bumpers, spot llht, I UMt
seat covers. Llt price.
lit u ll nick Roadster, tins shape,
1018 Buick, 7-paan(er, tl.Jtnt.
1917 Rulck, 5-paaeniir, 1110.
1911 I)od Coupe, five tlrea, wire
wheels, extra good buy, 11,100.
111 rodga tourlns. extra good.
1111 t "!;-" tourlnt. pood buy,
101 Dodge roadster, all new tire,
mil Peerless "I," on yr aid,
1011 Klgln, osed a few men tha,
Model 1.1 i' .i.ili!a.- touring. 11.100.
Lot more good ears, all ready to
Fourth and Moulder
1020 Marmnn, 4 passenger, ahso-
luely brand new, at a big saving.
ID 1 9 Packard touring, California
type, enclosed top. Mohair valvat
seat covers and head lining, ton
ne, ii. windshield, wind deflectors,
look and runs Ilka naw. Cost to
duplicate 17,(10. Oar prlo
1920 Wlnton, r. passenger touring,
used t weeks, at a saving of II.-
1120 Cole, 4-passenger, ud 1,000
miles. For service, good as naw,
Tulsa Motor Car Co.
Pleroe-Arrow Cols Aero Eight
1211 Sooth Mala St.
new ... 14.250
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