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KEEP A T.E iE iH ti..s.,u.n. mm wS!: w2?pag !!. r""c"" f-"f"w''- ft. 5fe ...;,r ,' jjS I i I These are today the acknowledged Big-Mileage Popular Priced Tires. These are the tires that are the newest and biggest sensation of the Automobile World "Chain Tread" Tires nre today acknowledged to be the real "big-mileage," popular-priced tires but you don't need to take our word for this simply check the cost-per-mile of "Chain Treads" by keeping one of our Tire Record Blanks. These Tire Records in black and white will prove every claim we make for these sensational tires. Chain TreacP Tires Day or Night Pbona t:-'i STANLEY & McCUNE, Funeral Directors I A Iltlnl SI TnUn Okla JOSEPHINE S10REY WHITE ,ti in ii or VQjOl PRODUOTIOH AM' IRTItTIO HINUI.Nll rn tor u(fiuDlt for murrlw rcliU fun.iklt it in ) Routt Boaldar Paoat htm il.l I ll Inn ll I t , i, imi (100, with i li.ool 1 ii"" "i i Ji'tiulnrn i I I will i-i in .ii. ii p umltui liilernn : I'ldtl of ThIha. i I'lju. i .in,, in, I l'i'i. i lii' i ill In Lit'iiil fiaKx ii.i.,t,. tht (ml "f I ho wi't'k Nut hlko Tulna. ' i i . mintri with i". "i unit uiiUorlol fur uuinth it nd while I'onillttona and aui lllllilll Willi 1' ' in I ho i I iiokI i" yiviri w , 1 1 t in. nr.' .'i .hi j inn pni.s ii Safety experts acknowledge our rubber chain tread, built on this powerful modern tire, to be an absolutely marvelous anti-skid device. "Chain Treads" are not simply a fancy design stamped on a tire they are real anti-skid tires. Send your name and address, for a set of Free Tire Record Blanks, to United States Tire Company, Mew York City. "Chain Tread" Tires are sold by Leading Reliable Dealers. Do not accept substitutes United StatesTires Made by the Largest Rubber Company in the World (Operating 46 Factories) W J GREGG Allnnir) nl Ijiw Room .hi l.v in pint National Hank Itulldtnc. 1 1 I s OKLA, tiitrvln County. The Hlmffoi loul In aeotlon S3-8n-8w nonr Koator la ilrllllnii in iho red beda TULSA HOSPITAL ,vt t.n i Boat! nftk stri PaWM 7v AuilniiAiut t Am ll ur ipn lo All Phy.i.titu .'t l''lnti of Any DMaaiUMtl 'ii Kill H i- UtOUIB. 8upi ltaitut litilTr.ity ot l'nii.yn iol BoiptUI Tt ilalai Beaool BUNNYSIDB SANITARIUM S ii M ' W I its . BttOOBAPIIM NOTAKY tin Daalel l l t.i ii I i.i i i - LAW nil Jr.' N it nm.il H uik B .1 mil I Ii il . oaottl I'I lOOl I'll BO- mii,, .i for, bill will idvaivoe to highei u .t depth t nhoul si hundred Hud fliturox in -I'll" it " ii, " ervihtug rtfty fort. I , tots to bull yonra for ll i itul lU Tho Murphj t.'i In scot Ion 29 , ln-2w in n iti" .s.niili lino "f t;.it'ln ii- snii Sinn Itowu oount) K 'i aoino kind ot i Rand ind The ahiitdown In the Ukmutpee- a show . r . t 1 hetween 1,100 and 1,200 Musi.. :.' dlatrU'l i' ii"' I'ralrle tttl I feel This toM had .i Kaa showing at i ill 1 i ,.i i'IkIH liilliili oil fo I. I fm 12 ,i,v. with no proapeotN i n l Vround IllWkoll. m, iu,.j hi iho Okmulgee ItomiH'nit, Hi" ahowlng they found :it -.e.'iO foot lalki ahoul ii is follow I m iin'ii teal In auction 16-14-14. I The prlnelpttl Item "i howa In Iheao Itoaa and othera are drilling at '. fji , g The I'ralrle ii is hot nine so i;..ss and aaaoolatea have a Imil hole x , i , unreliable lakei ol oil t ii.it m iholl gru wH In aectlon I 14-15. Hie f. iirodneera whoae (iroilu Hon I'eloraoiv Carlln are waiting for payti .ii Hi" in. nl.. ! prloe have t -k u n :i ii" cubic .n 1,638 feel In aectlon j i . pi ov iilo fm iii llei waya mil In Ita III if 10, , a aat .1 In Java in. h is I In iongent t Morris. poMod tl ahnitlng down n no I Alexander nnd othera have rig for laal yj u when Hi" loop ii being a ,",i on the M Mclntoah farm in built. In Hoynton and on .i U w atray aetlon s H-li, i.'i-.--. the production is fluah and the (lunaberg A Foreman are drilling I produoera are anxlotia an. I tin. nen it I 200 feel on the Bam Leader farm The Prutrie la laying a amall dlachatg I' w Moore ind othera are ready to lino from lla own leases in Morris lo apud in their No ! Martha Beaver In rig up ind in tools on iii" ground for ,i 2,000 i 'nl teal south of the Duncan gas fields in section B-13-6w, Houthwcsl of Riiigllng Tin' I ,i u rence Has com pun) In aec tlon S3-S-6 is drilling al aii.nu two thousand ind flftj feet, i Heiiryctta. Tho Pi i trie Oil - tl:ia Co . .!nll lug at 1.203 feel in ;t.s !"-i on iii" Samtiiy Cutler farm In 25-15-12, Nmtli of CUhlllllg, The Prairie oil t Oas Co, Is iinll ing .it .'..ii feel in Ita teal on the Owen Rland farm, 25-19-7. i I o inard. Tit" Silurian 1 1 company teat In E-lfi-H is dry ana abandoned .it 1,800 feot. Contractor la Deail, .r. A. Mail, wotl-knowtt contractor around Broken Arrow and Leonard, died .ii ,i local hoapltal Rundciy toi Icwtng in operation for aoptmdtdtla He i -Hi's .t wife and many friends to mourn ins loss pure Drugs. rim ritsr. .IOPL11M DRUG rQMPANY Main nml l'rli'o l'riiks nr.. I to I i barrel at eel tanks, it thus !e-. to look interMttng herea ,o. I ,llll S M(MK HI n i Baertaafal "Mautaly" 0goaa ... r..ii. aonl,. ,if ll I.i'itf.'al. atlait. aiiBiirinil rir in S a .Uyi n. .'nit. ii ,n gtiyran Damage The terrific wind and ratnatorrn Mgunilai mo ulna, while .t .lul not i I.4IIU pain or in...r:r .'. mtn worn, i ' - '"- ' nil 1 1 SO Double ntraagtb It Booklet m in . ; '.I lo damage tho Gyps; lank writ io.iit T W. gouihinaton I fai m .1 i'Ii : ,' i i tearlna off the Igrn.' iy Ci. His .Uin 81. KmiMi 0r. Me. n ot .if lu doaen bin Uuta . lvr- l K.s Itoil Xotloe iMi company's test In 10 12-14 is shut down "nil bole full of salt water at 1,0(1 llixx ll Sjuill Bd George is starting M N'i. 2 on the Uallagher tram In sectb n 22-14-14 where he tt.'t bin big woli recently, i ! icross tho lino Lowergg la stajrt in ; I.i- No, in SSJCtlon 23. n surlka, The Amalro test in geotlon l-l-l west "f Waurlkg is down about s. renteen hunitrci ftet but making si progress due to c.talng troubles. MepssBM t'oiinty. T!ni r.tleatlne-Amorti'an Oil com gaay, .ompvod of Ayrl.uis, has a South hi i lulling The Clypay ihi company and C B Shaffer have made a location for an Important test on Hi" Berime Trent inui In aectlon 9-18-7, noithjvest of Pt ink V wells In section 18 and 17, The) are ti" m ivlng in a rm. sunlit oi Kcllyvllle Tho Tulsa Eastern K'eClntng com pany has tut looks like a dry hole In their test In section :i"i-i7 id At 2,530 f.'it they were 'lry yesterday ami believed to he through the sand lralrkt Hiul Marries, D whltten, member of the clever scouting force of the 1'rairio Oil lias Co. "slipped one oyer" on tho buys Sun.liv aitil was married il I'.iiii-n to Miss Neita Brashears. daughter of one of the prominent merchants of thai coming oil town Til., young couple returned to Tulas yesterday and will make their homo here. More Tank- Lost, in addition to the long list of tank fires In tho I'miblng fiol.l last I'll Jay, White . Sliii liur lost four l,6i)0- mil ne 150-barral tmk on the sun RlohSfds farm In tho south en.l This raakeg ten 1800-barral tanks this company lost Friday, PI K-'l l s Clark R inn y ot 1 wata, was in the ctljf yesterday on bud asm .1 .t Maronty, editor of tit Okmul gee Dew m i it, spestt Sunday In Tuisa visiting relatives F. M Atktn of iii" firm of Cur.is A The must elevated building .spot in the entire southern part ol the city is MAPLE RIDGE Crescent shaped, it riso.s a full hundred tWt above the river, find presents a view of miles uf valley ;ml hills, yet is but three minutes south of the postoffiee ami paving all tho way. The homes being erected upon Maple Ridge reflect the work of architect and builder a1 thnr very host. Absolute protection is afforded by lost riot ions written in every deed. None but high-class residences may be built here no busi ness, flats, or apartments whatever. All public services water, tins, electricity, sewers, paving the .streets shaded by good sized maples, and the purest water in Tulsa. At present prices of $15 to $25 a foot, this property of fers it substantial profit every year you have it. Always the money made iu real estate is by baying in line of best city growth, but before the advance that inevita bly follows improvements and buildings. This means Maple Ri Ige. See it today -up two blocks cast of Boston and Eighteenth, Stebbins & Darnell Phone 989. 103 Drew Building OIL LAND I own the following lan.l In fee, taken under mortgage, ami will soli at a bargain on ea- terms st,. vt nki, t nk si : i, xKv4 of 1-23-14. 30 acres, No lease. NV4 NWV4 of 9-2,1-ir. No lease, WV4 NBH SW'4 of 6-21-ig No l i.-i" NVi NWii NWH of 24 & S'A BW4 swv; A NwM sw'', SWH of 18-27-14. No base. N'V4 NEH SOM of 8-32-14, No It I.S" NKVi SB4 Of 0-14-1 1. No lease, All of tho above land is fine .ri otiltur.il pr.iirio iand CXCp( the last 40, which ifl somewhat rough, W1L.LARD Ji HN, MuskogM, Okla. Guarantee'" ABSTRACT m TITLE CQMPAN W. S. BAILEY, Mgr. E. 4th St. Opposito Postoffiee. We have u photograph of every record in Tulsa Count v. n kin, who has be?n hero for (.ome time, left yc.stofdiy fyr hU h.iae lu New fork, A Si Yoke, who has h'cn psnding cons derable time at his old home in Michigan and other points Ir. tho north, has again returned t Tulsa Your Vacation Won't lie r.miplote Unless ymr fav ulte piper, Th Tulsa Worl.l. itoes with you. Whon rot) are gattlng ready to tske that lon thought of vacation, don"t forget that or. of! the pleaauria of the trip will bo HIK, TUUJ-V VAILX WORLD UEl.l VUR CD TO TOO BY MAILL EACH DAT. Telephone 1590 before you ko and our representative will call and take your subscription. rr. 1.8-rklns, osteopathic physician, third floor New Daniel building. Adv. niaMsr, Broken Arrow and Tulsa, two trips dally; car leaves Broken Arrow 8:30 a in. and f 30 p. m. an.l Oklahoma hotel. Tultvi, at 11 30 a. ni. and 1 I 30 V m. it'.'ind-trtp $1.00. otic way 11.01 (A J. ) EMURV SIMM i.Ng. EMPTY Phone 118 Nichols Trnnsfcr & Storage Co. We have the lar-osl Moving Vans in the oily mill sail mIoio gooda cheaper bceitimo ne pay no runt. IflflflflflflflB- DRUG HABI1 A fill m roiim ihm aermtsestls ntiil .tlii.li tstes in i'i iii I ". aej . k'i Iscai '''t si psdstd rwlt "" "' i..t..i't..t It-rsiaiftU In ihn nml. I arimlniiterM ssls ,1 llj . tin t gARIf ASdUM AiSm.'t. evii'.n.