The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 17, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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POWER—Increased to FORTY horse power;
MOTOR—Increased from 3$£ x 5 to 3%-inch
bore x 5-inch stroke;
WHEELBASE- Increased from 108 tol 12 ins.
TIRES—Increased from 33 x 4 to 34 x 4
FINISH—Number of body-finishing opera-
tions increased irom 20 to 25;
UPHOLSTERY—Deepened and of the finest,
hand-buffed, semi-glazed leather purchas-
REAR AXLE—Safety -insuring PULL-
floating axle, designed and built in Studebaker
CAPACITY—Increased from Five to SEVEN
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM — Studebaker-
Wagner Starting and Lighting System, in use
FOUR years and tested and proved on more
than 150,000 cars.
Dollar for Dollar.
What car gives as much?
It is the ONLY 7-passenger, 4-cylinder car with a 3%-
inch bow x 5-inch stroke, FORTY horse power motor
that has ever been offered in America or Europe for
less than $1000. And it is the ONLY car of the see-
eon that has accompanied a $100 reduction in price
with such a SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE in quality.
MAKING GOOD ROADS
FOR CADDO C0UHTY.
Good nnd permanent road building
in Caddo county is one of the best
signs of a prosperous aud progres-1
give people. Commissioner Ratliff, I
of the third district, tells in the Amer-1
ican-Democrat of the work accom-j
plished in this locality:
There are thirteen townships in
district number three and the com-
missioner stated that the tractor is
being used to distribute the road
fund with justice to the various sec-
tions of the county. He stated that
no putch work was being done, nnd
that- every foot of ground wus work-
ed with a view of making that par-
ticular stretch of road a )>emnuent
‘The road work near Apache is
about completed aud this ten mile
stretch was worked at the rate qf a
mile to a mile aad a half a day. The
cost of hiring this tractor work was
415.00 a mile and the the construc-
tion was done under my personally
showing the workers a sample of the
But all that w® ask is for you to sea the car. And it
won’t take but a few minutes for the car to convince
you that dollar for dollar, it gives MORE than any
other Four on the market.
C. W. AMSPACHER, Agent
Hardware and Implements Apache, Oklahoma
9s Crlaier Module
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South Bend,Ind. Walkenrille.Oiit
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We will sell at Public Auction at our place 3 miles north and 3 miles west of Apache and 8
miles south and 1 mile east of Ft. Cobb on • >
Commencing at 10 o’clock a. m., the following described property:
1 spne of Rlack Mures 4 and 5 years old, in foal by Wellman
horse, fee follows the mare.
3 Ray Marcs 8 and Oyrs old, in foal, fee follows the mare.
1 pair of Gray Geldings 3 yean old, well broke.
1 Rlack 'Morse 4 years old.
1 Ray Horse 3 yeare old.
1 Span of Mare Mules coining 3 yean old.
1 span of Mare Mules coining 2 and 3 yean old.
1 span of Horse Mules coming 2 and 3 yean old.
1 Span of Mare Mules coining 2 yean old.
1 span of Mule colts. il
1 Mule Colt. .4 f
34 Head Cattle Machinery
14 bead of coming 2 year old Steen, II coming yearling w
14 bead of coming 2 year old 8teen, It coming yearling
Steen, 2 young Calves, 1 Red Poll Roll, 7 Milch Cows
by March let.
52 Head Hogs
1 Farm Wagon, 3 Seta of Leather Work Harness, 2 Walk-
ing Cultivators, 1 two-row Cultivator, 1 two row lister, 1
If inch Good Enough Bulky Plow, 2 two-section Harrows, 1
M inch Base Saw, 1 Disc, 2 Bccoad Hand Buggies.
41 Head of Shoate weighing about 100 peuada each, 7
kaad of Brood Sowa, will farrow February 15tk; 1 Duroe Boar,
weight about 250 ; 4 Duroe Boar Pigs. These males an al
aligible te registry.
Free Lunoh at Noon—Bring Your Drinking On
TERMS: A credit to October 1st, 1916, will be given on sums over. $10.00 with approved
security notes bearing 10 per cent iqterest from date. 3 per cent discount for cash on sums over
$10.00. No property to be removed until settled for with the clerk.
MRS. R. L. BROWN & SON, Owner*
“We have ordered drags to be ship-
ped to the Apache district, the drag-
ging is to be done after each rain at
the price of $1.00 per mile, this cost
comes out of the automobile tax. We
already have the drags at Ft. Cobb
and Carnegie. This is my first ex-
perience as a road commissioner and
a part of the work has been the con-
struction of six steel bridges on con-
crete abuttments, one county con-
crete culvert bridge, all completed,
under approval of the state highway
commissioner, all 16-feet roadway;
cost approximately $9,000.00.
“We have paid out nearly $10, 000
which hud to do with affairs before
we came into office, done hundreds of
dollars of.repair work and still have
some money in the road and bridge
Mr. Ratliff was told that many peo-
ple have suggested the advisability of
laying cane stalks on roads that are
particularly hard to travel. His re-
ply was that he was doing this very
thing and there was a mile of it on
the road leading from Ft. Cobb out
toward Carnegie. “This cost $16.00
and of course it helps, but I have
taken up a matter with County Agent
Mosteller that I think will solve our
oecuiiariy perplexing road question.
While attending the meeting of the
state commissienen at Oklahoma
City we lieteaed to a United States
government road expert, who inform-
ed us that the state of Michigan had
the same condition of sand and day
to meet as we have hem, and Mich-
igan had solved the question by a
sufficient combination of the two.
I have corresponded with the A. d:
M. College and to Washington re-
garding the process and Mr. hostel-
ler now advises me that he is going
to have the soil expert come tp Cad-
do county and we will secure a chem-
ical analysis with a view to making
out of sand and clay a road that this
government man asserted was super-
ior to a city pavement."
“The first cost is the biggest thing
to be feared, but it is not nearly as
costly as crushed rock. The new
process provides for Q0 per cent
sand and 40 per cent day, and the
process has stqod a test of 14 years
3 Short Homed
Bull Calves Sired
by Lady Puna,
R.F.D.S Box 34
GAMMA BULBS FOR SALE.
MULE FOOT HOGS FOR SALE.
This breed of hogs have never been
seen much in this part of the country,
but ns they are one of the strongest
blooded hogs raised, they are very
desirable to raise. Their hoofs are
solid just like a mule’s hoof and hogs
are a solid black in color. They are
claimed to be immune from cholera,
in fact all the old hogs we kave on
hand have gone through the cholera
while others on the same farm died
by scores. We have to offer for sale
now the following which are regis-
tered or all eligible to registration.
One Boar, two years old (register-
ed) a good one, price $26.00; three
young boars weighing 100 lbs or bet-
ter, can be registered, price for pick,
$16.00; also 3 young gilts. Head
your herd with one of these thorough
bred males and get the strongest
blooded hog grown today. These
hogs ean be seen on the farm of Louis
Dphl 2)4 miles north of tbs north-
west corner of Apache. Mr. Dahl
will show you thee# hogs any time.
Inquire for pirtioulars any time of
either John A. Coppoek or Louis Dahl,
Mrs. O. L Marbut and family left
for Paradise, Telaa, Wednesday,
when them will make their future
home. He Marhuts livedf on tSe
Mitchell place. Mr. Marirat will gd
through by teas.
| A. O. Stassper and children
who ham# bees staying with the for-
mer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. lord
roots % went $• Latvian
at AmphletCe Drug Stare
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Henley, C. C. & Henley, B. B. The Week's Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 17, 1915, newspaper, December 17, 1915; Apache, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc952174/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.