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rULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920.
R-Jh E RAILROAD
" VTST us W'' 'vc t0 sec a" cty ceve"es anc' hauling done
1VX by motor truck farm produce delivered to the market or
kitchen door by motor truck transportation costs reduced to a
minimum by motor truck.
The motor truck is one of the real wonders of the age untiring,
quick freighted with product of factory and mill, of loom, work
bench, forge and farm, it transports raw materials, materials in process, ' -the
finished product, from mine and field to foundry and market, to
I retail store, to home and table.
The advance of such transportation is the advance of civilization itself."
fhousands of Business Men Will
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1 to 6. 1920
icks up the selling organiza
ouse can make good on dc-
sofhing complete, quick
emergency calls that prove
tablish his reputation.
b for capital invested.
Vv of eery employe.
N weather and will work
ss demands it.
Rices stable expense.
Motor trucks place the farmer within easy reach of the markets.
They enable him to take quick adv antage of favorable inarket
Phcy enable hiirUo deliver his produce in better condition.
'Trucks deliver live stock with less shrinkage.
Motor trucks enable the farmers to market before freezing,
weather, all of their crops that must be shipped during moderate
With this closer contact between farm and market the farmer
can devote land to big yield market-garden crops which form
erly he devoted to small-yield crops.
The quickness of motor delivery increases the time available for
work on the farm.
Trucks facilitate the hauling of fertilizer before the. rush of the
spring work begins. During slack seasons the farmer can prof
itably employ his trucks in hauling' for neighbors. 1
The Engineer and ,
1 Building Contractor
Motor trucks alone answer completely the varied hauling needs
of the engineer and contractor for quickness, strc n g t h and
They cut: down the distance between excavation and fill.
When conditions demand it, motor trucks are ready to work
twenty-four hours a day.
It is possible to work motor trucks under practically any con
ditions of road and weather.
At building operations motor trucks assure at all times a full
supply of necessary materials.
Practical Means of Transportation To and From the Fields
321 E. Second St.
Smith Motor Co.
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G. M. C. TRUCK CO.
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Packard Oklahoma Wichita Motors
Motor Company Company
1 13 S. Cheyenne Ave.
1200 S. Boston Phone Qs- B961
Phone Oshrc 7900 WICHITA
PACKARD Home of the Wichita Oil
MOTOR TRUCKS Field Special
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