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OKLAHOMA CITY TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 11, llf
L V OtLAMOMA ("V
New Ford Dealers
For Oklahoma City
The Ford An
Get down to brass tacks. Why is it that fifty-five pcr:
cent of the automobiles in the United States are Fords?
Why is it that ixty percent of the automobiles in Okla
homa are Fords?
I'll tell you. It's because the Ford does more work per'
dollar cost and per dollar of running expense and per
dollar of upkeep than any other make of car in the world.
You 6an get more pleasure out of a Ford for a dollar than
out of any other car. And you can get more work out of
a Ford for a dollar than out of any other car. People da
not buy Fords because they are1 low priced but because
they are a better investment, dollar for dollar, than any
IT'S Aty EFFICIENT CAR.
All of thiajs a suggestion to those who plan to buy a car.
king for the biggest value for your money;
king for extreme dependability a car that
and gets you back again then it's a Ford.
Buy On Easy Terms
You can buy a Ford on easy terms make it pay for itself.
Among the other activities of this new company, we shall
help you to buy a machine make it easy for you. Our
unlimited financial resources and credit are at your serv
ice. Come in and talk it over, Ydu may need a car to
Increase your business efficiency -or for the sake of the
family's health. Get a Ford. Well he)p you to do it.
If you anloo
n you arvoj
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J. A. DEIGNAN.
To the Ford
Of Oklahoma City
I have been with the Ford Motor Company for nine
years. For the past five years I have. been general
manager of the Oklahoma City brr.nch and assembling
plant and prior to coming to Oklehoma City fas as
sistant manager of the Fargo, N. D., and Minneapolis
While the local Ford plant was handling the the retail
sales and service work direct, I had 6" men working un
der my direction, keeping Oklahoma Fords tuned up.
All of which means this: I know the car; I know the
Ford organization and its policies. I know a real Ford
mechanic when I see him No guess work. And I
propose to surround my self with men who can give
the type of Ford st-rvice to which the owner is en
For the present, we are located at the old home of the
G-V Motor Co., at 115 West Second street But we
have bigger things ill mind. A new building with all
the modem, laborsaving kinks and conveniences is to
be erected. This I shall tell jrou about later.
Of course we sell new Fords. Also we carry complete
stock of genuine Ford parts. Real service and satis
fied customers is oyr aim.
I want every Ford owner to make our place his head
quarters. I want every Ford owner to bring his car
in and five our service a trial
J. A. DEIGNAN,
"At Your Service"
J. A. Deignan and
Associates Have Purchased
the G.-V. Motor Co.
No man can accomplish much by himself. He
must have loyal men to work with him. I am
surrounding myself with those whom I know
to be capable and courteous-on whose word
my customers can depend. I am proud of
the bunch. We're going to put a new mean
ing in SERVICE. Here are a few of my able
assistants and co-workers: N
F. W TUNISON, L. W. HILL,
Office Manager. ' Shop Foreman.
Formerly Assistant Formerly Foreman, Re
Chief Clerk. Ford Motor pair Department, Ford
Company Motor Company
W. A. GRUBB,
Formerly Service Man
ager, Ford Motor
Formerly with Ford
L. W. Andrews
'Otis C. Thompson
G. K. Bradburn
J. L. Curlee
F. S. Pope"
D e aler
115 West Second
Just East of Y. Rl C A.
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