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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE.
SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1922 LATEST MODEL HIS FIRST PHOTO HOLD 'ER JOAN; SHE'S A-REARIN' PAGE SIX CADILLAC MAKES PACKARD 0 1 MILLION MILES . ONE POT OUT Guy Harris Finds Something Pleasing and Compliments Factory on Product; Shipment is Sold. "Never," to quote from an Inter Miew Willi Guy ll;inis. loral l'nekard distributor, "has a new car been re . ceiveil with unyihini; to appro ieh th ' interest neeonled tile new Packard : Single-Six. Kvery alternoon mid eve ning, our salesru mi has been the cen ter of attraction to scores of discrim inating motor car owners, obviously captivated by the remarkable beauty nnd value, offered in this new car. "KnuwiiiK what I did of l'ackurd policies and methods, I was not great, ly surprised to see such an advanced and outstanding line of ciirs. Yet even 1 was amazed to find the quali of beauty, comfort, light weight, economy and long life, combined so lerfeetly in one car. I feel, und I know that the motoring public will feel that this ear more than anything el.-A Packard has ever done, will best exTfcss a new order of motor car values. "In design, thv Single-Fix embodies everything Packard has learned through the operation of thousand of the previous model in all parts of the world. Rven an expression from Cape Town, South Africa, had a pwt in shaping its plans. "It is long and low, and the seats are correspondingly low, and deeply cushioned. This, together with the longer wheelbase. naturally Increases Its readability and riding ease." "The recent shipment of new Pack ard machines, which we have placed on display," concluded Mr. Harris, "are completely sold out, and we are expecting the arrival of new machines daily to meet the growing demand in this territory.." si v.vr it : - I ft This is the first photograph ever tak en of Frank G rover Cleveland, son of the lute ex-president, lie is working Jiard to win a place as shot putter on Harvard g squad. Storage Battery Container Takes . Place in Parlor The ordinary conception of a storage battery is a box covered with some sort of a black stick paint. Most of them pvere' not intended for parlor display. (But the fact that a neat and finished appearance is appreciated by automo l)io;cwners has been shown by :h. re- ce.ptlon of the All-Rubber Hattery, pro duced by the Willard Storage Battery Company. "And the happiest part of it all," pays Mr. Il.irris, local Willard Battery deiler, "is the fact thut the onepiere rubber case Invtented by the Willard Company nnkes an Ideal container for the Xew Willard Radio "A" Battery. It can be nicely polished and makes a very , attractive addition to the radio set."' The men who have a; ent so many years of hard work developing the au tomobile starting and lighting battery nnd he railway and central station storage batteries never expected the battery to go to the parlor but that lay like many other unexpected things, has arrived. New Dodge Owners. Ray Reede Motor Co., announces the following deliveries m:ule during the weefc nding April 22: (His Coffey, I.one (rave. Dodge touring ear; Walter Ra, Ada, commercial car; Wcsthi imer & Daube. Ardmore: raolsu-r; Jim Wat kins, Ardiuore. touring ear; SUclly nil Co.. roadster; I'orshee & Jones, Dura., commercial c ir. IN" DISTRICT COURT Cases filed rd district court during the w.-k arc listed as follows: "W. M. C.r.-n et 1 vs. Craldlne Frame, purpose of t onu-uim; will. (iriii Asluoii, re eivi-r Stale Nattonul Bunk, vs. Mrs. W. W. .l.-t. r, replevin. S. C. Wilson vs. (Near Van N'oy. et ul, dam.'iKes. T. E. Carner, vs. J. 1. earner, can cellation of died recoids State of Oklahoma s. Iwy Johnson, et ul, money judgment. Standard Paint and lad Works vs K. A. l-Ylmli-e, ineouiit due. t'nlon Xationnl Bank. !: loit, Kans., vs. J. S. Mullen, judgment. State National Rank, of Ranham. ,Neh., Vd. .1. S .Mullen, Judgment. Peoples tlank Coinpany of Pleasant i City, Ohio, a. J. S. Mullen, Judrf .inent. It. S. Carter vs. V.dv V. Smith et .nil, debt and to esialilish trust. Claudia Meinti vs. Herman Merrltt, divorco. Cardwell I.yman Sales Co., vs. Jim (lilwfon and J. U. Rullnmn, suit on note. Shuffer Bros., vs. J. S. Mullen, Judg ment. Huntington National Bank vs. J. S. Mullen, Judgment. Not li e Beginning Monday. April 21th. I am irolng lo ItisiHM'i Ih.j ulle)s and vacant lots in the business district to kk' that U"y nre nil char of rubbish, nd next week I am xHH-tinit a rop resenutlve from the State Board of Health to assist mo to inspect the meal timrkets, restaurants nnd li.e lmxes. ' All restauiiints must have n BiirliMge c m thut is wuter tight und flyprouf. A A. Y. KASTKIiWoon. City Physician, UASTINK (.UANTKD P.XKOI.K II V ((n K.UNOH lUllil.UTSUN Joe Pristine, serving a term In the county Jail after being convicted laiit (A'tobor for unlawful iMissessiun nnd niunufcturi of ll'iuor, has lKn grant ed a parole' by Governor J. It. A. Rob ertson, it wait stated HaturAiy. On an appeal to the irlmlnul court of apvel. just after his rnnvtctlnn here, the nentenee of l-'iO fine and BO d.iys In Jail, Riven by Judge M.: F. Win frey, was upheld, linstlne srrved one rntetire In the county jail on a junta.- chaJ jo. It was said at the Jail. SPARKS From an Old Battery by Old Man Voltage Owner Finds Tear on Trans mission Greater When Car Is Not Running He Asserts. Can a motor care run a million miles? James Hulton of Detroit claims that his Cadillac a one-cylinder 1904 model has actually covered that mileage. This fact was brought to light in the recent celebration of the Cadillal Motor Car company's commemeoration of the 2C4th b(rthday anniversary of Cadillac, founder of Detroit and name-giver of the Cadillac car. Mr. Hutton's car led the parade of Cadillac cars preceding the celebration. The parade was composed of Cadillac cars of nearly every vintage and model fro inthe early one-cylinders to the lat est luxurious eight-cylinders. Greater faith In his cur has no man than Mr. Hutton. "I honestly believe it will run ns long as there is ground in front of it," he comments. "I don't think It will ever wear out." The car has been in Air. Hutton's possession since 1910. He has no deft nlte figures as to the mileage during the six years previous to his ownership, but estimates it as about 300,000 miles. Kor the last 12 years it has served in the dual role of delivery car and power to operate a carpet cleaning ma chine. Mr. Hutton estimates the m tor runs on un average of 200 miles a day when operating the vacuum out fit. It can easily be firugred up what this would amount to in a year. Mr. Hutton points that wear and tear on the mechanism, particularly the transmission, is greater when the car stands still with the motor in operation than when tho car is running. Since 1910 ho has had the transmission re placed once. I MAKK .MY FIRST rONFKSSIO.N AND SHOW MY DRIVER IlIS ERROR I'm old and about done for. I've been charged and recharged until there is little left of me. But out of my sorrowful experience has come much that you, Mr. Driver, should know about me. You drove me around for many months in your car, during all sorts of weather and with little thought to tho service I gave you. It was all right as long as I did what you wanted me to do. But when I got weak it was different, wasn't it? Then you would take mo to the near est service station, cuss me out and have a little juice shot -through me, hoping by so doing to pep me up again for another six months of service. New Ford Owners. The following deliveries were made by Leachman-Johnaon Motor Company, during the past week. M. Smith, Ardmore, Ford truck Carter Oil Company, Wilson. Fordson tractor; Prairie Oil and Gas Company, Ardmore, roadster; Dick Klmbrell Wilson, roadster; Tom Tchols, Ard' more, roadster; C. A. and E. U. Sinv mons, Wilson, roadster; M. F. Kin ney. Ardmore, roadster; R. I. Terry, Ardmore, roadster; Peerless Steel Com pany, Ardmore, roadster; J. A. Ken nedy, Graham, touring; E. Schimel- fenig, Ardmore, touring; C. H. Carey, Lone Grove, touring; G. R. Crow, Wilson, touring; J. R. Pcarce, Hewitt, touring; J. B. Euds, Hewitt, touring; J. S. Cornell, Ardmore, touring; Mrs. Ada IaFontain, Overbrook, touring; R. A. Mayes, Healdton, touring; B. C. Foreaker, Shawnee, sedan. ' New Outo Owners. Guy Harris Bulck Co., Ruick repre senatlves, announce the following re cent deliveries: R. W. Coe, city, 7- passenger Bulck; Pat WhtteHeld, city; Buick roadster; J. M. Balrd, city, Bulck roadster; R. K. Johnson, Pauls Valley, Packard touring car; J. A. Klnebrew, Pauls Valley, Packard touring. Joun Elmer Woodbury, 6, is the world's youngest broneJio buster. She has been named cjueen of the San tVancisco May fete. Here she is whoop ill ' her up after she heard of her election. New Cadillac Owners. Tom Cooper Motor Co., announces the following deliveries of c:rs for the past week: Studebarker 6 touring car to R. L. Slater, Ardmore; light six roadster to Claude England, Healdton; light six roadster to Bob Carson, Rexroat; Spe cial Six touring car to Bessie May Watkins, Ardmore; Special six touring car to R. M. Davis, Healdton; Special six touring car . to G. C. Harris, Ring ling; Cadillac phaeton to V. E. Wat- iiie uisunu Appearance THE BEST IS THE . CHEAPEST That's our motto; do not experiment; come to us. Let U Submit Designs, Estimates, Etc, for Your Work C & A. Auto Top Washington St. Opposite Postoffice Now look at me. I nm old before my rime and it's your fault. If you had treated me as you should I would still be able to start your cold motor, even when your mixture is ull wrong, .ind I would light your lights and everything would be h.Tppy. But it's too late now. All I can do is to say, "I told you so," and to disclose to you sitae of my secrets, hoping there by to make you see that I and all others like me arc different from your horn or windshield or. In fact, any thing else ubout your car. I have a soul. I must he taken care of, otherwise I cannot work properly. I'erhaps ynu call it a temperament, but no matter, I cost you money, and it is only fair to oursclf to treat me s that I run do the mort work and make it possible for you to get your money out of me. It Is true. I look like nothing more than a plain black box. Hut Inside of me are plates and grids. I have n carefully made and those plate are fitted Into me Very exactly both as to their thickness, their distance apart. th-ir separator and the char acter of paste that Is pressed into them.. They are delicate thlnlH. lb-signed to perform rertain work. If you mistreat them by placing me In the wrong type of mr, or over or linden barging them, or neglect to fill me with pure, distilled water at regular Intervals. 1 have trouble with my pl'itcs. Just the same tin ynu hirve a stomachache whin you don't eat the right things or eat at the wrong time. That shorten my life und I cannot do my lest work for ynu. I have never failed you yet. But JllKt suppose that last week when you drve away out Into the country and didn't Ret hark until late at night I hud refused to work. Whnt then? No lights, no Irnltlon, no starter. Then you would htve seen how Important I tun mid how nti-es-nry to the smoothness and service of your car my duties nre. You l'glu to see how you have ticgln'tnl tup. eh? Well, t won t hold It ng:dnst you. Now I urn old and rtn only show you where ynu were wrong so thut ynti will treat my successor letter. Next week I will till you how I am made Inside ro thnt you ran appris-late the nceciwlly for bet ter cure. In the meantime, when you hoose my successor, bn sure, Mr. IM-Iver, to get one that I well mndn. TTIre s not so Important ns good service nnd If you get a battery that is well nnd carefully mnde. by A concern that knows how, wrvlip will follow, If ynu will only do the rest. I will tell you more IVrr.An told ftt th (Vntrnt Itnttery Station (Home cf Wcsthlnirhnusc Kntterles) to an Ardmorelto rewrter. udv. When You Buy Tires Do You Buy Because Its a Tire? Or Do You Stop to Think About The Different Qualities in Tires? When you buy your tires for the spring and sum mer trips, stop and think that you must have a tire that will stand the heat and rough roads. Our OLDFIELD and FISK tires have without a doubt stood the sen-ice. OLDFIELD and FISK tires are proving their worth among our cusomers every day Let us fix you up for that long vacation trip MODEL VULCANIZING COMPANY J. S. BUTCHER, Prop. "Service to Swear By" Telephone 482 15 A St., N. W. Shotgun Service Jack What Iim become of lite old fash ioned girl? She now tdn.v at home und duet the work so mot bet ran make the dunce. Shotgun Service Jack SHOOTING TROUBLE If your car needs some attention along the tire line we can render a most valuable service. Ko better tires to be had thun U. S. and Federal, but we might be able to vulcanize; your old ones and extend their usefulness. EDWARDS TIRE COMPANY Phone 501 Rear Don Cochran's Phone 501 kins, Ardmore; Cadillac roadster to A. IL Ward, Wilson. CAR STORAGE We still have room for several more cars and will assure you of satisfactory ar rangements, for in order to get your re pair business we are making special con cessions on storage space. It will inter est you. Phone us for Rates Williams - Bowman Garage 112 E. Broadway Phone 1062 ISSv Buy a Willard Perhaps you're too busy fot battery details. All you want to know is that the battery you buy will give service. What's the answer? Buy a Willard Threaded Rubber Bat tery. The plates in it are insulated not merely separated. Threaded Rubber Insulation doesn't warp, crack, check, puncture or carbonize. It out lasts the battery plates. Get a line on the actual sav ing Willard Threaded Rubber In sulation makes possible. Drivo ound. Through Service We Grow. Harris . Battery Company North Washington Strt Representing Willard Storage Batteries The Car Owner Has Mere Time to Play How to get time for the nec essary , rest and recreation is one of the big problems of al most every successful business man. In the days before the automobile many a man end ed a successful business career in a sanitarium. The smooth- running Max well or Chalmers helps any man to store up the energy for a good day's work, and then helps him to renew it by carrying him swiftly and com fortably to the golf links, or any other play ground he may choose. We recognize and accept the responsibility resting upon the dealer who sells the car. Every Maxwell or Chalmers we sell gives day by day satisfaction to its owner in town and out We have made ample provis ion here to give prompt at tention to all his needs. Slaughter Motor Co. 216 . Main. Phone 251 JiiLJ Machine Company , Gas and Steam Engines, Pumps, Turbine , Generators, Etc. Overhauled We have the largest and best Welding equipment in Southern Oklahoma bring us your heavy and difficult jobs. Courtesy Efficiency Honesty Phone 761 BATTERIES You Have a Right to Expect More Than i the Ordinary Service from an Exide Battery EXIDE BATTERY STATION 17 W. Broadway Telephone 761