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n i PAGE FOURTEEN DAILY ARPMOREITE .fUNDAY, MAY 16, 1920. fHMm 1. 1,'IJM,.III,I I Mmm .11. l,iifolttlri;rtfi 1 Itr7rtll tin m 1 It j Jl I ' I I M & 1 I :3 a ft! Hi t I V. s ir I a n j -- B-frfr6E- -BO-y-hE-V P&B - - - " i t lj ZZlj 5, 1 I - B RflUSSMUSSON ill e - 1 STREET 9 It DYKES "rr "ST STEWART 1 . jji 5 TREE T to 1 11 Hfc MMSSEY ' 1 ) a 1 FftR 85 5 6 1 I ! 3E F i;p ir m s IF-f I a ft I ft f 5 b Lk - a 03 CO s 6 b0 so en s b 10 4 4y r- 3 C R. I, . R . R.R. IP L. E. li I til s : 1 : 1 u m 1 1 1. ii 5 ' mJwH 1 1 cqmta 7 A !lST A 1 . Ui ilufL I r tm, 111 ,1. 11 1 M, Ill I' THS SD OF THE Af AP IS EAST fllBI MAY EVERY M lapel Ieillls RIGHT IN THE HEART OF GRANDF1ELD 11 WE TWO-DAY SALE Next Wed., May 19 First Sale Second Sale 1:30 p. m. 8:00 p. m. Next Thurs., May 20 First Sale Second Sale 10:00 a. m. 1:30 p. m. ,J A GOOD TIME FOR ALL Plenty of stunts. Lots of band music. Refreshments on the grounds. Sale is to be held under cover, rain or shine. Grandfield is only four and one-half miles from the Northwest Extension of the great Burkburnett oil field and a test for oil now is going down in the city limits. The surroundng country is rich agricultu rally. Grandfield today is one of the fast est growing towns in Oklahoma and the . new extension of the Rock Island should greatly increase the money-making oppor tunities. Add to this the possibility of a big oil strike near, and you will see that these lots are not only a good conservative buy, but a good speculation. The sale will be on the property only three blocks from the center of the city. All lots are well drained and desirable. The town is built up on two sides of the addi tion. There are residence, factory and warehouse plats. Lots in sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 have railroad trackage just put in. The new Rock Island depot is to be built on the property. Come early and come ready to buy. - Guides will be on hand to show you the lots. -WELL MOW W5 WM Wedding iii 1 1 hh in i 1 1 za 1 1 1 hi i i iw 4 -.'.ii liiwr nom rr oi'oninfT rn l n ah Wednesday, May 19th. A wedding is to take place, the couple tn Via mvfin n lnt TTPFTT III ME A certified check for $3,000 has been put in the hands of tlx1 Mayor of Grandfield as a forfeit to be paid to anyone who will prove that there are any by-bidders, cappers or shillabers on the grounds. Absolute auction sale and everything- above-board. There is a chance that the great town lot excitement of Burkburnett will be repeated in Grandfield. A well is now being drilled in the city limits of Grand field. Better get one of these lots at this sale than to wish you had a year from now. E THERE NEXT WfflfflEsMY Big Family Contest At 9:30 a. m. on the second day of the sale, Thursday, May 20th, the man with the largest family on the grounds will be given a lot absolutely FREE. There are no strings to any of these offers. lER M One-Half Cash One-Fourth in Three Months One-Fourth in Six Months 8 Interest on Deferred Payments VM FTTH fn 7 I LTuLI VJLiis; I it - . ran r?n Pi-'vzvwTi n MAPEL TOWNSITE CO., G. S. GLENN, SALES MANAGER, GRANDFIELD, OKLA.