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A 1r , r TULSA GETS GOOD SHARE OF ROADS arid It tIP pay Itotele Cr oul the hottI home, or PI) 11111, It there4 luny toeuemmary Atli the prIn,Iptli of the bowie reitled out or the In ere,tee,I attloolobile lieettot reem. the. hotereet oh the bottlin pall out (Oil tlj, h 1101 10141.11'MP 1.10 It 14141,1 los all t 11 Imadily Keen th.ti the adop t;oti i.r thI4 istoetutwoot COVIINVED I W)M I' 14. t,Nr, tri ilitr,ta tin th bwolin 11310 ""t . t,r (Oil and t.lj, tit h 1140 thr 111!iffill 1.1,11 W141,11 101 lilt t it IW I MI tffiy ',wen I h.st 1110 4,101. itnt) ,,r "r Isliwintworit i0,1.t ri,414114',1 14, 141 t"'t In' ro.imo the 1,1eqii.141 t,sx,A map, idillt till OW M 11 hill It "r I h" ""I' 1".1111$ ;i1,. 111.14 1I Pitt 111,viiiiA havi ,liircl,s 1.: 1,,1 limed tor Om br.116.t141 1)s. 1!. 1"11""wm airo toityllett Nt plirp,4. 111W COM. er14,1 d:r.,111,K " "."1.1! 1111 11,11,1 Isom, o.r paying on., et.tio.1 11 int,, 11,1,141t thet1,11 'Hitt 4,101.t441 TuiN4 or It, 0.:111t,,,r laig, "r 4111en111111911 A In Met littilV, antouta inocmo. A1,111 10,,,. 111 ,101thirtimi groom prmity., iii4114 O.' Ile Ciillit 1 ti"" '411 "" "11 '1111 gill leteheol the oolot litre rhe totoo wloinieeo I tole' the toreernt hiw. depend lor her f,i !tiro st,,,,th .,,,.1 'wit third, or to 11 '410.1) by 1 lio Otitio proottem v upon too pin rooloting ItI - 1111.1 Wart,' in Ito, gtoot,,I to,,,o, I Itorv. more !Mtn noon the tom:wow food for the putplo., ot mroling Itt Ity Pool( TIOno tin, to ,oilit. is hog.. Wlott,11 it,xottott o pit the Walt., gone ' I lifilltivi ,tilt tfIltoI II Sod 'lloiiW 1 I It. II 11111.1 14 11 le ref tootoe.1 tot the cotootoo pot illiof I 1,I. tootrootteling turtool) from tat, h !h.. tox ,ao fooilo,111, tor hoofo,"1, iir 1,1,,, 1 ðr,, A, 10, to be to4eol tie toile. e Mir It.olf ,ot'l,tioti, e. tin I no oeclotti lir !tot V, 'itch In loll .I11011 or i he Ow,' I Ni,,,,, ulli p,,,,,1 ti,,,,., I r ,t,,. toil. amount for pclippid poritomett owl t Ito tIt to t too of 'hap P,P.P....o a t.,.01, tit twr bait, r tolo-min7lt i,t tho 1..i.1 Olio Ow clit or 'tile.. ate! 'FWD' toll...tio..... tor imp' Gvii,lit ,,r th i otmt). rollit oto ro4,1, I., one loo,1 I WIWI of the f.tol)f)t If the owefid on, xe,drioent ,too. wiitte , r to make Not 1 olvfol I.4 IldolottIol, t filo rillIfillfPI Will lOoloilfo holt' I Vi'r ht oII Ofil,',1,4 4111 1 fl ilip Triply.. eta, Hy tile camp aloolint cormillivtlon of toad,. to riot ill the from the ia! ,,n,1 ,,,,,,, 1,,x ,,,,, 11,,,y .1,, bffil.1 1,4 ii. plan Thii, lloo the ill000loI'll floot. Two I tilt ol, ,,r 111,. 1,,1 ,,, Ili , h!iflairo 1 1,,,th.,.1 id, rill lin ifog, '111,' ilitto Mo. A...n.1111 levi.hio. fowl Juct g.eat lo.tuclrial ao.1 !maw lai coter Ho it plopop flow, owl the tally part id' nriCell (of 'h., ef,tifillso littP forell tooth! I lie 1111 Will gitti Vic that will to, o thl malvta,tied on itorritwott titio,ov toitehett tor th,. ratir"to.m. br th,,sn No bonito tan he twill . limier the hoopla owl the notootterit or the inter amendment Matti and molY tot tn.. Pot Ili ito lo.ff fliffilk for that 1.0111"11 0 rilf,110V 11 nocilotil to otty the poct or or 81 000,000 that ham heretofore conform thin. No iNtete.t MI on ben toped to old the 'county lot Ito bondp oill itegin bo rilll MIMI filo w tortiVilig 11)111 dirt rondo, tire mold. Theorr ore. no lootereol ill Connolly Ger Am Murk. beoln tot ton on otoo Monde until lite lt will be readily 00111 therefote ennsortortion work tomt toroOrl"ohl ll' that ir the itromotoeð tottoettolottent to the time when the vote, thereof Inin't fiflootolPit, the Vitriolic Poutities will ip ba Villa, ottot then ollol "li the ceive ;opt lia much from the outotoo mount stettioliv loveord 111 llie "It bill, 111.411PIP teem otos they do mow. and e truction Thr emoiniteloot cannot lot- thvy will rocoivo exactly tit". mime cot' an ihdelltelineol ll'illhe the flu amount ilt the oil and gals tax 404 yor After 'tulip,' li.111"ii ifl etreom or ., "ley receive MOW. The Pi 111011111 for 81.000000 n"r illirttle the ftlet tw') the hotoðo will toto retired mit of Ito, )Plirli ill PlIrlymq Of W1.01;0.000, nor itivreame lot the automobile III emote doffing the Noel three se,tto in ex fee. and the' interept will 1.0 paid coos of I 1 0.0 0 0.0o0. Neither ran the 0 .. ,, . trait portion of the oil Will commin.onion pelf bonds during piny u' u goo tax that hos herotofore boon ono ri, ouch period,' In exrono of the spent and wpatopi on dirt roopim. 'rho indobtdnese utithorizeol tot tilt in (Purred Otiring Purh period. and li 1"uallee An't 1011" a 111111 I 50.11110Mo 0 of bond', will therefore not increase may sell only R standout number to any xtent whoorver the general ond aninaint of immix to provido a tax which tho tiropin of the Nieto will ouffielent sum to pity the conotrue lion cool that la due. Tho initproot on 11" rr11111r"11 1,1 1111)h le in toot to ton ontatonpling hoopla will r Inge from u11'11"1111111 111" 1111P IYP1P111 or road 111 0 0 0 0 n voor to not to pitept,,t will not cot tho people anything. It $11100,00th In tort, thin mollmom or will roost trilem about 100,000,000 boot intpreat will twvor ho r.,),,,I. The the entiro coot will be born', ipy the hlothpt onnunl intorood will prob. outomobilo owner,' of tho putt and ably never oPeord thP Pohl a $1.0 2 0,.. the federal government. Automobile ., 0 0 0, The bonito Are t a bo retirpi owncre d0 not object tit nRYilit thus at tho rote of I 3 0 0 0 0 011 each ;ear. inereanot in liven's,' teen if tho roods ' hoginning August 1. ifo.o. ors to be built out of it. In fact. Mt IMitit Not Affeadell. thry are anxious to pay it if they The constitutional limit of . 3 IX Vtin II", MI Yotent of hard surfaced milli ad valorem tax for all Moto road. purpopea will nOt 1,0 offeuted by the 1.1ealorel Inopoilikoi. . adoption of the artimlitiont. This Tito propolied oottentiment does constitutional limit in flood by pc- mit fix the width of the roach,. nor lion 0 of article 1 0 of the consitto. the oneeitirationo thereof, beeauno it tiOn, The outenðment specifically lo intprooticabole to do soh That ill provides that "nothing herein con purely An engineering proposition. tained hall be consitrued to affect Whore thore tit a great amount of or Itor tho ;provisions of section 0 travel and traffic anti the loading of article 10 of thin coliotitution." of the rood in hoavy, the road ohoulð A a COMPlitti011 measure to the have heavy construction and be of sufficient width to accomodate' the tonotitutoonal lintendnient the recent travel ilioreon. in localities where legislature enacted tx new auto bile .. thin wtdonte nt 'rut's., tanI triffin lu iitrillnin0 law. by the term of winch the revenues derived lay the Neutte front automobile livens. fees have been increased to tne point where such revenues will be sufficient. and after two or three years will be more than sufficient. to retire the bond biome and pay all accuring interest thereon. In the year 1014 there was 7.000 automobilem registered in likia homa, In 117.000; in 1010. 59.- 500. In 1017. 100.000; In 1911, 137. 300. It will be obeerved that from 1017 to 111111. when the production of thus automobile rectories of, the nation was curtailed 75 per cent by the federal government os ,a war meseure, there was an inerease of rcilligtered cars In Oklahoma. If the same Increase prevails from 1010 to 111110. there will be registered In Oklahoma. in 919, at least 150.- 000 cam It is a conservative esti mate that there will be registered In Oklahonta during the year 1940. at least 200,000 oats, and it Ito cer lain that the nunther of automobiles registered in t will con tinued to In from year to year. The new automobile lieense law int im10s a primary tninimum tax On ell cars of 510. and a aortas or 75 cents a $100 On 1101 prit a over anti above 1500. For instanee, A car hated at 11,600 wol..!ti pay an annual tax of $17 50. the primary tax on the fityt $500, and 76 cents a hundred on the next $1.000. A $3.000 var would pay an annual tax of $21 75. A $5.00t) car woutd pay,, UM Of 143 75. , real Itat The department of highweve of the elate hale tho exact number of ail th different makes of curs that were licenned laat year. end ithr , wise hex the lint ;vita or mu ouch cam and it has been rstinuttej 1.y those In authority the! under the new automobile licenno law the inerage annual license fee on all h 'itch le mut of the two! amount for school purpompos and the whet half, eitisnicit of this total thous. for ismiloyemplit of the ',some lit the too)14t If the toners,' mem b. adopted, this cossoilun will roo ply.. tly the name alumni, from the iol! ;Ind vote tax ilo4 they do bow. Two. 'holm id' tilt. loll 44411 14 into Ihoo pietottal 111 jtPot ON It ottopto itooW, illiot tioP tolliy port of the oil soot tat that will lip timi.bed for the retie-einem of these iiimilm owl the padollerst of the hoes-- rat will be 1.1 1,1' that 1."111"" itf I fiiiii000 that hoe heretofore lien toned to aid the I county lot Itu proving their dirt roman l'imettlett Gel As' MUCK It Wilt 140 readily 00111 thisrefoic that if this proposed assienilitient adopted, the various. counties will tr o'clve PIO tos much from the notion., bile, tiresome (peso as they do now. and they will receive, exactly the name amount ilt the oil and gon to 404 they receive IlfoW The 111011111 fOf ill he retired tout itt the lucre-ante its this automobile hipline Nen, and thee interent will lie paid out of thet portion of the oil Will goo tax that hos heretofore been spent and wiated on dirt road's The lemance and note of the 150.0001100 of bonds will therefore not increases to any ziont witatyer the general tax which the people of the state will Ise required to pity. it IPS !Mt to 1.11 undoiselood that this' system of road will Mit t ht. people anything It will vont ttforn about $70,000,000 but the entire cunt will lie borne liy the Nutomoisile owner's of tho boot and the federal government. Automobile owner.' tIO net ()WIWI IIP pitying thln increase in nevem, teen if the roads are to be built out of it. In fact, they are anxious to pay It if they can set this ystent est hard surfaced Ilesilerst loopeelikm. The propmeed amendment (111411 mit fix the width of the roach'. nor the 'specification", thereof, because It is Impracticable to do so. That in purely an engineering proposition. Where there io4 a great of travel and traffic and the Mailing of ths rood is heavy, the road 'should have heavy construction and be of sufficient width to scroniodate the travel thereon. In localities where the volume of travel and triffic pot so great and the loading of the Woad is not so heavy. there is no need of such oonstruction, nor of building the fond so wide. The varying of the different sections of the 'nate render it inspractical to fix a rigid alandard or width or specification in the con lt necessary to have some elestirity In that respect. and to place In the hands of the cons Minteleln the dterminstion of what particular enetracter of road and what particuloor width of road should be constructed in any par ticular locality. Kvery road that is built with fedral aid appropriation, be conatruoted in accordance with plans and specifications to he ap proved by the federal government; must be supervised and inepectel by federal engineers and inspectors los fors the -work is accepted. The fed eral ooloperyinion innpection will, of course, be in COnitinCtiOn and in harmony with state nupervision anst intspection, thus fitiVill p141114144 double gliorantee that the roads will be built according to th best plans end soecificationm, and in strict ac cordons.. with tha contrecta there for. lloombleo Nol 'razed. The remotion on tint required to rontributo unyttlinc wtmtpvr toward the C011atrill'41011 of thin trunk line Nyntem. nor is adjacent proporty re quired to contribut anything. The counties and eadjacent property are left free mond unburdened nes the' they may have the means and abilitY to build intrit-nurfocest lateral reeds 4111, trunk line evoleni lead ing out into ttio olPotionol not tiiiiche,1 tlY it, to Inc end that all the PrOPle nt the met'. mite heve accens to and enjoy the benefitn And meaning.. of the "'cistern of roads constructed by the elate It "Mould, end will be, the pulley of the transit"- turn to cotton's the appropriation,' of money trOill yeer to :year to Kid ,. ears will be not leen than $15 per 1 1 thot:arlit'un cominee in bult.1.1;11t.th;Se' ear. The Mitt imitaliment of bootie 1.nrilnurfaced Intern! road's. than ea tails due Autilet I, 1920. 'NI 11Pw limiting from year in )ear thin grent law was therefore made to hePome system of trammortation and nom operative January l' 19", With munication. 200.0110 care rcitielerro. i'JO,nile mil Wherever the trunk IIIIP nyntem average fee of Sift efteh. that ortrt-rtt travereee the corpiirsttn limit" a ft mobile neenne teen would amount to town or city whieh has power under 13.000,000 for Mil year 1930. The teen collected in 191.1 front the rettie . n. tration or automoblien amounted tit 'neoji 1.116.000 tit round number's lir T-1 sToTTs this mount. the totatit reitiltied 10 linoper cent to dertity the expense,' or the highway department. and re- 210gichard aids, Third Lint Borden turned to the vai limn coontien from which rolleeted. the remitiMing tin DR STOTTS per cent. The drool. comities of TREATS I hn state thereture teeviveii r,iliti BLOOD an d thin woirre ittet ar. about $1,00a,.. nate DiSellial, 000. I I ill prelliktiell ill i ill' Iiiiirliti- wHitritruana nient to take two thirilm or the auto. Prentotte mobile in'onno fee. to reilre the ri, Apai, Troubles, principal 4.r the bond berme Tao- .ii., 1.4o riinn and third.' or $11.0arrnon in $1000.uoti. fistula. and thrt In the a lllll unt of principal Itidnor. rtinel or the liottlitt rtititig dun catch !,i.iir dor and tirte beginning August 1. 1920. tine-third are th or the automobile illI'llllt fe.4 is re tibanmausm, turned to ti.o tallow. ctititittiii itit,l,r htemarb and the prevent ilW i Ille Atli, II of $.1 - dk neer DIM. II' drit. 0 00.0 0 0 ill 11.11110,000. 11101 noubt ba returned to the yarimie 41111 II I lett Formerly Practising Physi it the. propored amendment i21 . adopted. Thud it will Ini Neel flint cum of Ilot Springs, Ark. the countien wit' receive the 1.1Lllill it Lonnottat ton amount front all automobile til'etillfs r leen, if the amendment is ftdameil. I It EE . Min !id v toe that they receive now. In iii her words. the Increase In the ib'entie Chnrgem Low. rii eili;i tied FM'. t 0 INII provided for under the new law rushed. sertino4 mid Vac. In all that la taken tit retite the linen Administered. PrinetPal et the bond twmp. flirt Roads Weehtvl Awor. tt606t Twit.7y rn MT the legislature rtopropri ...., Wed out Ot the arose production tax Ihmilarn on oil and gas. $1,000.000 ft your for (American Salyaroint the rears 1012 and 1919. to be tined .Aractioncitool and litlitencnol ' ton aid tho various counties, to Impure. FOR FILOOD POISON lite their dirt road All of this sp ',Inure! a a m in i, ito p m : tf,s propriation that htmo been spent. lout .s,.. 12. Tunaday and raturday inn aiDagt on dirt rnads. It has no.aninou. 7 ,0 . . boos wished avray by the rains end blown away by winds, and In prftettr.. &Hy lia total waste to the people of the D r. SOTTTS SWAN it 1111 proposed In the 'Mogul ment to take this $1,000.000 a year tio Itirhaod Sidt, Third Rtreet. esti ot the oil anti 11111 till I whieh hen tionton Aye.. Tahiti. Okla. loggia Meat 116k4 Plirollted el AUL rsals MOIMPOMO. tf hard 11111(41,11 1'1011111 111 11111110 no imippendmit mid pepurnto prolmt, and In !Olive.' to the booth' of a m I ,,m1 I of fly,. etocppmful, vtip able Impitteen prof.N411,1110 1111'11 a ow Mitt. That go,V11111r 11111 toeiti 1.pr and clotiritiati tlio commix phut; the other (..ur memberx are to appoild,.1 tho governor nmi cwiftritiP.1 by the pomostry - two rt.- publicamo nod two democrats. l'hol commission hoe t ho authority to em Ploy all the help and nenintance 111'14.H4,11V 1.1 11T11111111111 the purpome 11111111r111111111 ntol pnVing explpiti t.f tIPPIRttlate.d noll to fix their comiperleittiom It nutY call to its n1.1 the tiopartmetit Mali ways moll tin force of ettoploys. in cluding the plate engineer nod hip tootiottnntm. The building of thin loYttlont mule lot of pitch magnitude omit im portance to the people that thone who have chnrere of the matter ought to give thetr ntire time to the work end hoeve the ovoltem ronstruct rol in the mood efficient way. with ns little cold to the people nm noontide Tile plan propmeed in the enietottnent wnn. in the Judgment of the leiriplit lute. the bent and mont economical e vident to accomplioth that purpopot. The depignntion of the route In the amendment los a guarantee to the people 'het the road will be built Motor theme mitten. The votitim of the $50,0oo,On0 of bonds' end making the fund available to meet unpro nriations by congresm in attl of rond conatruotion la erunrantee to the people flint a aufficlent nmount of money ham been provided to con ottruct th entire symtem, end thnt the comstruction work will be done in aceordenee with the bent plane nod ppeciflentione. end under thp beet eupervielon anti inmpection that the 'tote anti federal government can provide. Tlift pPArle know in ntivence where the roetdoe will be lo cated and built. and what the avetem gotng to root them. The Allan in submitted to them in tedvance of anY appropriation or any construction work. so threthey may exprette their emnroval or rejection or the propel e ition. If the Plftn111 want thane oads built thy will Pot for the mmenðment: If they do not want them. they will vote against it. Thome who ars opponing the aniendment velvet cottatantly that they are for a state.wide eyotern of hardsurftleed made, and admit that Oklahoma needs much a system, but they initaii that there le another and better Wan to acquire th roads. it is no time to quibble about the plan. Any plan that will provid the road will satiety the great majority of the people of thin Kate. But there le no other pisn bY which the road syntem outlined in tit amendment ran be built tinder I, years. and the proto abilities are strong that the enttre totem tun never be built in any othr was, than by state bond bottle. If the legiolature should appropriate $3.000,00u for IT years am proposed by thp momenta of this amendment. it would only produce for road con e iruction th aim of I51.000.000. The money Appropriated each )ear can not be pureed over the entire nyettn. hot must be apAnt in mime particle. lar heath to be dettlyttinted hy the legiodature. or commissioner or nisti.. Isn't!. or some entnnibution provided by the trettainture. The first appro. prietion would be spent in that lo calitY having the ktronotent "null" wE.h th locating power. and that loc.elity would thoot have all the roado It entild reasonably perm...! dor. ing th next 1 7 learn. Th nenatoro end remeamtatives In the lemininture from thst election would Immediately proceed to onnoose the appropriation of Any more money to build ronde in tdhr parte of the Wale. And the ta ctility havinor the next otrongeot 'pull', with the locating power the hieð l'slatv. ila 1411-orlit. the cost would secure the aecoliti earn ap . romðrortion of the toad within propriation. and when Unit, motley lhe corporate'. Or atoll illan 1, ,, mit th, had been opent and the rued in Holt Pratt, Moot tenon. hut ir town or 10,41ily peoplo th tt pre ' Ity 1"" '1"1 imwer, the elate womd have, all the roads IheY imillot the ',Ad ihroligh th town or coyld reartonably expect within the tl'y end 1,114 OW enilte row oll row twit ÿeala, Old the 11111 imn wit or the elate footle, An$ repremelitellell ft thAt tr, tion why plan would he tilitoir to the wool,' lefore oppome n aide awake, loner...so, towns tool ',Hatton Of ally 111.,ir 11110111Y III build wee "hie), ho,e it14144Y outdo tit Mho r paoions thp 0114t,; lia A tneir eforwe and tho Nemo thing would happy!' illigittany "terrorist4w. with the third yomr'll uppropliatton. It M111 rerititre a certain Ittoolin1 and al, oil before 11.41f the l'S" tollninietrative moo to build the Witte lent lied idiom !milt there mill to. 0 meeto of rondo, whether Owl, are majority of the tootattos and temp Molt tot the bond Imo,. plait or Nentatlyeoi with roads Milli 111 their mt,lot other plan. There niont he a teepecthe mealitleo woad amid te corps for 0.1111.10PN 1,1 atiperise the f 1O to It 1,proprilltr Illly 111(40 111,1110r ".1"""11114 the nittneY and the to Mimi tortis in other partg the rood,. in Whatever Otate, ia to 4.010111W. 111, a)Illells and :1"11 1"I'Y l'" There they woltot be unwilling to ..litonev "" "Prite etnotztoolterts, engine1o, ally mote tattoo upon the t loopectora and othor emplol,on tho Ili, to !IA rept coeniatives nod the corn wid Ito the afttoo from the rothilien which the r,41,114 111,d, r whotrver mmletti mill" be had 11111,itly loPPO til 11111lltril,1 0 "'1"1"'"1 The Proposed ottoondment rondo for the rem! of the. Mate The dope not create a ittiplpate hiehwny building of the rondo would there.. depart metil, loot leAVYll I urtomt rot. 0,.1, on.1 the I et Of 111, NOVO I116111Willt deportment to pm (min nod w"111.1 . 14 eraW1 through the tti, impo.e.1 mom it bÿ 111111 1I'P' lit 11111 1111M. VI 111. h in all it can Ar th n road conat octal 0 do. with ito 1,1,o,tit r,,ri 1.f pin- tinder that 1Witom would he a Inert. 'dove., The building' It? OOP l"1"1" tettchwak rood 'scattered over thp tf hard outfaced rondo in tootle an mote pectiono having the 'drone independent mid sepornto protect, Illtt 11.11tical "1"111" with the legit"' lore or with th locating Nothirritv. anti la played tho botiote al a The bona 'Nano could not Ito liters toutimitatiou of five oticcesoful, veto voted to Mimi ths nynteme able 1.11oltiooa profssiottal Owl' or pit,,, Tha, la a tnItiv thrtee peotionot tho olio's which had gotten their rondo would not vtop to her and thoirition or the commie bond thempelveo to build road"' for AA, boon; the other four mettliorre are to the tent of the people or tho eta& 11,1 olttotiott.t1 Itv the governor and It Is then form Impopoittle to build ft ef.tifiripod by the ta.tiosto - two r- . ototawitte system tindr thp legia publican's nod two democrats. Trot lative appropriation plan, or in aliY Cottililloqlon MIN tho atithority 10 P111- Plolð all the help and amplotancp all, - other wily than by a plate bond is 11.'14.004,11V iil'eM111)11.h Cho purporte lo no ono thing that wIll 0 elIIPIrlicillip 01101 plIVIng tor the bring to Oklahoma po much In the " fix their compentorttion. It may rail "".111 "r r"1"1" t1"1"11ted 'Ind way of prosperity or obi PO moberiel. I IF let its old this department of high- ly in providing triplovniont for tho rettirninte toddlers. 'tailor. enti labor ways 'Ind Ito forest ettiployo, itt- tiortriploYeti se will the eluding thp plate onginoer end bla thin time of a statawldwaystem etatiolonto. hitalPurfaced rortio, tint' public n Tim building of thin syttlern or work of atoll a nature wen meal 'ow' rondo in of pitch magnitude and Mi. by Preplient Wlinon irt bln fileaolltre portant'. 10 lho proplo that thope to the last coatroom that thore might who hay. ',hereto or the matter ha no ratios for toolnherinm In Amer might to givp thrtr ntire time to the leo work end heve ths oyotom ennertatet Thy building of them rosin writ ed 111 thr mood efficient way. with no Int' tho merket value or the littto omit to tho poottio AA ttoomittie, lend of Oklahoma to the extent of Tito plan ',monitor" in the rontetultnent Misr or fivp time tho 'mount of won. In th judgment or tho legight lure. tho bent and moot eronomleal and will better rural condition,' In - Mona,' invented in building tho 'system to Itccomplimh that purism'''. Oklahoma The 'stelae futurp tie Tho dopignetion or th route In the P1'11,111 on hoe avotem of communica amendment irs a guarantee to the tion end tlArd surface(' main in this poopip 'tint the roe(' wilt ho bunt day and time aro ntore pottetillal o hmic Masa mitten. Tha voting or than railroad faellitlett 'rho roil- am, thp $5n,Ono,rinn of bonito end making rood intermit1 111.1' fiatiting the Pro , tho fund avallablo to meet appro priatione by congress' In al(' of rond pompd gond rondo amendment to this constitution, and while from a Pol conatruotion in a eitermintoo to tho fifth totanipoint thpy nifty too Mott monist. thM auffietent Amount of Pal in doing Poe thp mouth of tho mortov hag boon provided to POn. state !tumid know that their op totruct th entire evalem, nod thot Position lo.prompted by pettish mo thp conottruction work will b (loop Th proportad herd "turflike.. In areortInnee with th bent plena ratio prinripally follow thp lines or end oporifientione, and under thp relirond and in Menv !moaner"' pnr bent ttperviition inepection that "Mel tho roilrond for many toilets. 011 tho stoto end federal 010VyrnMent Thin pittuttion thn ntitilral result woe can provide. The pantie know in of contooting the priticipol ritipos of nivenc wheats the rottin be lo- thp Mato on !hoop trunk line rondo. ceted and built. anti what the avotem When thin system Mtn been corn ho going to root thorn. The Allan in Meted. thp motor triirks will earry ouhroittod to them In ritivanco of any tho freight which the railroad's 0 appropriation or any construetion would othorwitto apt. Thp automm, work. so theeetheY notY PNrlrePri thoir bilon will carry the pnenengers which epproyal or rojartion or thp propel- otherwipo would troop' by railroad. stilton. If the pavan want that In addition to this, the railroad lineo attle built thy will voto for thp are required to pay mileago 11101 of emondment: if they 110 not want Silt per milt,' anntiallY if they are theme they will vote against It. wIthin three miles of th matte, for ThoPe who are oppoming the the purposo or maintaining the amendment protast conotantly that rootlet In other vrorda, a part of tho Illaý are for a stotawido 'system of coot of meintenanca of the hard ipq, hardourritrod rondo, and admit that Palouse pyotom of roods In plarod Oklahoma nestle ouch a aYotont, but on the railroad compentets. Atthough they inneet that there in another and the hard "surface roar' promos a better Wan to acquire th roads. It compottlor of tho railroada. thee are is no time to quibble about the plan. nevertheless roquired to contribute Any plan that will provid the road a part or the ectst of mItintenenett. Its" will satisfy the great majority or the For thie rPPROrl the railroad inter people of thin Mate. ilut thore la no pats tiro bitterly opposing the adop other plan bY which the amid syntem tints of this amnimnte outlined in lite amendment can hs Th peoplo or Tulmt have never built tinder 1, years. and the proto boon controllei by "sottish motivate st.hilititte are strong thet the enttre Nor hovo they boon low to take sti tutem ten nover tut built in anY ventotgo of one opportunity float othr way than by stain bond bottitt. pronentod Itself Tulsa hits surptutned If tho letriPlaturo should appropriate all of Its neighbors hereunto Ito cit 13e00o,ouu for IT Years en Proimilled ipennhip hes been progroopive end by thp oppononta or this amendment. tearless; they have not hatitated to 0 it would only prothico for road con- build the finent batheft in all the n 1111(11(01 th stun of 851.000.000. The pouthwepte to build tha finea prhool monry appropriated each veer ran- rarilition In the 'Oat: "tor citizenphip not he apread over the attire ayAiin. hap not been Orel." to borrow money but moot opont In Pomo partiru. to build the fintortt, offices buildinga tar localitt to be designetal by the 116, , In thr Watts. Tana host pledged hrr 'retaliatory, or commiosioner of hien credit to bald magnifieentiv rind an wayp. or some rotomirotion providal a rpoult phe ptends oneurpeoPed in by tho legialtaturo, Tttp first apprio all thp lootithwest, Elho in a leader in priation would ho spent in that lo tho rattan of progrema and whiter ralitY having the etrongeolt Tulga hal done for herttelf in the "Pull" at'..h th locating power. and that lorAlity would that havo all the peat, Oklahoma ought to do for heo, ratio it amid reasonably eepo,t dar. Kelf now. The, permit. ought to take adventagn of the firmt nod only Op. Ina th neat 17 rare. Tho nenatoro end reptepentativeo in th leeiniature portitnity they have ever had to build it statewitt otymtnt of hard 0 from that nection would immodiately proceed to oppone thn appropriation surfaco ratan anti plot oklahonin en of Any more money to build roodo a plata in the vangunrd of progropo tithr porta of !hot Attila And the lo- to lead all tho nipterhoott of 'oaten colity having tho next otrongept po- In the betterment Pt her eocial and Mice! pull'l with the locating power financial COMIltiona. gala Ow -10", Before Buildin CONSULT US wE CAN FURNISH ALL THE LUMBER you NEED FOR THE NEW HOME -NO PROPOSITION TOO LARGE -NO PROPOSITION TOO SMALL -"WE WANT 'YOUR BUSINESS" MINNETONKA LUMBER COMPANY 801 Nutt Thin' Street (Er 1.1 1,, NNi)VV, MiAtEill would are trie the weeotið )eariti titt tpropilatioh, and when thirt mime), heti been event and the rund Hint !wanly hillit, the people to th tt pre liott Woild hatie Wit the rod,14 'they reditiontibly eitpeet within tho 'Wit It; ÿealP, litot the peti,totm iatot repreatent.tiem ti th.it n4- thin wwill 'hi ietnre opporie the olgh ',thrum 01 tiny Mote motley to hisild tools tit Who r 04011t,Ift$ or the , Aril the oriole thing wont.' klippen with the thir,1 upprolitiition. and Ito oil before: the kso tot.t 1,een Itoilt there would to. it 0 toi,t)orily of the metionotot owl tepre Neniativel with rtirult4 built in their teetoo the terwittleN wotild owlet re f 1).. tittrnprinte tilo't intOleV 10104 in nther totrijt or the d. t 1.111 MO 203 olozozomoototorto II o o 0 0 II o II o '11 o A ,o ill 36-inch tor 36-inch tor 36-inch for 36-inch tor for ti-Inch for jti -inch for 2. inch for jti-invh for -DAY Beginning Monday Morning and Lastind for Five Days The Biggest-White Sale We Have Ever Held If You Need White Goods During This Week it Pay You to Attend This Sale, The Bargains Are Immense Do you need Organdy Dresses for com mencement? Attend this sale. Do you need a Georgette Dress or Blouse in vhite? Attend this sale. Do you need a lovely white Voile Dress for afternoon? Attend this sale. Do you need a white wash Satin Dress, Skirt or Blouse? Attend this sale. In fact if you need anything white and nothing is better white), it will more than repay you to attend this five-day Women's Whit Aprons tor 25c 31-inch Whit Wash Satins, (211 Belding's; guaranteed 62.60 I 36-ineh White Crepe do Chine kel tor 401 ot-M 36-inch White Georgette for .t $1.75 36.inch White Taffeta tor $1.50 3I-inch White Itelding'm Guar- $2 60 anteed Taffeta White lisbutais W hits Poplin White Wssh Whits blebsalines White Nets White Nets Whits Nets White Nets Whits Silk Nets 30 inch hitt. AtiI over lattes, . 1 tiu aides to $3.50 yard tp.L00 hits lied Spreads, 73143; iii- for Z)Lhi) hits lied Spreads; 72s90; for t z)2.49 hde lied SPresIspl:!.00. - $1 90 for hite lied Spreads, 1213s; $3 00 ilea y tide 110d SW:cads; 811M, s3 99 hes y fita Specials-- 114190; ilea) 40) rit for CPO au Wortten's W hite 1,1min Hoer, for 50c "...en.. whit. cot. ii. 25c for Children s White Lisle liose for 45c Children White CiPitt,11 1100 25c for e omen's illandkertitters tor 5c Infants and ehiltiren's W bite 20 Socks C Men's Nainsook Night Shirts $1 49 for la yards English Longeloth; $2 49 SI 00 aillatt $2.00 $1.00 $1.50 $1.50 . 40c 59c 90c S1.75 -Shoe Specials Good for Our 5-Day White ALL SIZES MAY NOT LAST FIVE DAYS, SO COME AS EARLY IN THE SALE AS POSSIBLE t ien's White Canvas Oxfords Women's Pimps These pumps I' Women's Patent Oxfors ds--1 heel; splendid $ 9 A m come in dull kid, gun calf, patent oxfords come in soft patent nzt 08'10 and white canvas with high Louis ther; some in hand-turned t ien's White Canvas Pumps-- heels; long, narrow toes that give high Louis heels; long, na the foot that much desired slen- plain toes. Priced at se or low heel ; ver) ial, $1.95 and '3 50 der appearance. P r i c e d at $4.45 and 1.J $3.45, $3.95, $4.95 Si! fir ien's High White Boots and u . '0 a Misses' iiid Children's A 'as; high or low $ Strap Pumps--These pumps 1 3 5 Women's Oxfords These ox $2.50, $3.50 and 9, fords come in dull kid, brown and in patent, gunmetal and N 1ren's White Canvas Pumps white canvas with low heels, flex; canvas; good leather 8 ,rding to size, 79c k21 ible soles. Priced at $4 50 soles. Priced at 01495 $3.45 and . v., .... , .. to $3.45, according to size. Women's White Canvas Oxfords Low heel; splendid $3.45 Women's White Canvas Pumps-- High or low heel ; very ol12,- -4 50 special, $1.95 and ti) Women's High White Boots Canvas; high or low 061 Ar heel, $2.50, $3.50 and oa -a it) Children's White Canvas Pumps According to size, 79c 421 01.95 to According to size, 79c 421 eD 195 to , 0 10 yards Ed 'Visit Lunge loth; el on $2.6o value op I il 0 10 yards English Lungeloth; 63 19 S400 value bOu White thalatea . 39c for 38-inch Pajama Cloth; 33e value 6m,, tor ,QUL; 38-tn. Standard Mum lin. 21se vAlua for In; 42)(36 Pillow Slitat 20c for Whitti Underwear Crepe for 33C 36-inch tiltreerized Poplin 59c for 21-inch Mercerized Poplin for 39c 36-Inch White Itepp for 59c 36-inch White Voiles for .,4 25C 38-Inc li White Organdies for 25C 36-inch bite Organdies for 45c 45-itich Imported Organdy 90c for 311-,Ineh lace-trimmed Scrim; floc 19c value 36sirich White Curtain Marqui- 25c 'mite 36-inch White Curtain Laces; 79c 50c v.,,,,. 36-inch White Nurses Linen 45c for 311-inch Middy Cloth 45c for 12-inch Table Damask for 72,Itich All-Linen Table lia- $27.550c meek; 63 80 value 72-inch All-Lined Table Da- (e6) OM !wok; 13 00 Alm' ., trPhiaattl 36-inch White Dress Linen 90c for 36-inch White Art Linen $1'.25 for 36-inch Indian Head for 39c 38-inch Indian Item! 33c tr , , 27-inch India Linen ' 10C for '27-inch India Linen 15c for Children's Whit W iteh lire ,es. em broidery and lace trimmed; regu lar 81 80 to 81 tirivaltieg 50c :,,,,.,,lite Seel-mocker for . a 20C iolozo2oto , ( at At the Tulsa Garment 011 Factory rol Do you need White Flaxon for May Day? Attend this sale. Do you need Underwear for yourself and Children? Attend this sale. Do you need Sheets? Attend this sale. Do you need towels? Attend this sale. Do you need White Hose? Attend this sale. . ' or more stylish sale. 31-inch Imported Voiles for 50c 36-Inch imported Voiles for 75c 36-inch White Percale for 25c 36-inch bite Butting for 25c 36-Inch Nalneooka; 36e value 25c for 36-inch Plutons for 25c 36-inch lissom' tor 36-ineh Flattops tor 2,7-inch Whits Outing tor '" 21-inch Canton Flannels tor Girls' and women's Whits Nfld. dies; $2.50 mine Women's White Wash Skirts tor Wornenii White Milan lints li PRICE 4. 5 anti 6-ineh Lecee; slurs to, lan 25e lino Kinbroideriris, IA' hite, 10C for Embroideries, bite. ri,, for CM, TO IN I. IM. 2 25c , for Women'm Union Suits 49c for, . Women ii Union Suits r' ' 79c for Women's Whit Petticoats'. Ince and eon broldery trimmed; $2.50 value $1.79 for Women's 'Vests. I0e, I Sr 25c and Women's beautiful tlowns $1.49 tnr 'Women's Teddirs. $1 25 valuta (Ir.,. for Diaper Cloth; 24 inrh. fur S199 Diaper Cloth. 27-ineh; $2.15 for for tPiatitt Diaper Cloth; 301nrh. S2.25 tor , Childron'm Cheek Sainmook Union ron s,titN; butt., ti,,.: all Hgcs ti Ito)t' Nnintiook Union S'ults 59C for 1105s Naintook Union Sono 75c tor Nt,tn'm Nnintook Union Suite , rym,. tor EAST SEVENTil AND KENOSHA Phone 764 3 Blocks East of New nigh School Sale Tulsa Garment Factory 010010 this 1:1 r-- than 50c 35c 45c 19c 19c (!-$1.50 ".1$1.00 Women's Patent OxfordsThese oxfords come in soft patent lea ther; some in hand-turned soles, high Louis heels; long, narrow plain toes. Priced at SO n5 $4.45 and thel Misses' and Children's Ankle Strap PumpsThese pumps come in patent, gunmetal and white canvas; good leather soles. Priced at 85C to $3.45, according to size. 0 u 0 , 11 o 11 o o II o 11 0 u 0 11 0 u 0 I 0 u 0 11 0 u 0 il V 2 ,,,,,..g.77, it . !, '. 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