The Oklahoma Labor Unit (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 20, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Leading Oklahoma City Concerns Who Solicit the Co-Operation of Organized Labor and Their Friends
CITY STATE HAN
WE APPRECIATE YOUR ACCOUNT LARGE OR SMALL. FOUR PER
CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS. DEPOSITORS GUARANTEED
>V. I>. CALBWEIJ, I'UKM.
M'-iH main stui:i:t
K. H. m i.I., i ASH.
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA
Fancy Creamery Butter
Ask your grocer for Meadow Gold Butter, put
up in sealed packages, air tight, dust and
odor proof. None Better. Manufac-
tured by the Continental Creamery
Company of. Oklahoma.
Sash & Door Co.
Darling Mill Co.
OKLAHOMA CITY, U. S. A
M llY NOT 1M> liVSIMvSS WITII Till-:
PLANTERS MECHANICS BANK
OKl. VIUIMA < l l'\
A. M. (>I'HT1\, I'HU.
NO. a«l NOUTII HAHVI X .11'MT NOMT1I OK IM 1ST Ol'I K U
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Depositors of this Bank Are Protected by the Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the Slate of Oklahoma.
State and County Depository Also Depository for the State Federation of Labor
GEO. W PIERSOL
J. E PIERSOL
CHAS. M. BOSWORTH
Oklahoma State Bank
109 Weit Grand Avenue
Business entrusted to us will receive the
personal attention of our officers
Four per cent Interest Paid in Our Savingi Department
IN UNION THERE
We helieue in Unions. In our case we
have combined capital, skill, the best of
equipment and first class teachers and
have produced the best business college in
the Southwest. Educate your sons and
daughters in a school that is a credit to
your city and to your state. Investigate.
Hill's Business College
Phoi,e *434 OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
NIGHT AND DAY BANK
THE TRADESMENS" STATE BANK
We solicit the business of the laboring: men and cordially extend
to you an invitation to call and get acquainted. We are open from
8 a. m. until 9 p. m., except Saturdays when we are open until 10 p. m.
Located at thr corncr of Crand Avenue and Robinson Street, is especially well orKani/ed and
equipped for caring for the needs of mechanics and wage earners. No account is too small for
our careful attention, nor too large for our facilities. You and your business are
always welcome here, -... ... ... ...
F. C. HASKETT, CASHIER.
W. E. HODGES. PRES.
FRANK J. WIKOFF. PRES J. C. M9CLELLAND. V-PRES. J. E. MUNHALL, CASH
In the State
ONE DAY WORK A SPECIALTY
CHEAP FUEL FOR ALL
LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER
GAS for FUEL-ELECTRICITY for POWER
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company
Phone P B X 14
110 North Broadway
MODEL ELECTRIC LAUNDRY
LEADERS IN THE ART OE LAUNDERING
312 w. first st.
Our work is unsurpassed and special
care for Ladies' Waists and Skirts. A
trial will convince. We cordially in-
vite your patronage. Our large new
plant at 16-18 North Francis will be
ready for us about December 15th.
For Best Results Plant Barteldes Seeds From the Barteldes Seed Co.
oklahoma seed house
garden pre no BULBS
field VrrllV plants
GRASS AI I I IA AND
FLOWER ULLUU ROOTS
poultry foods >«o supplies
CALL AND GET CATALOG :: :: 627-29 West Main Street
The State Bank of Capitol Hill
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $12,500.00
We especially invite the laboring man to do business with us.
We know your wants and we want your business. We will
pay you 4 per cent on your time deposits.
J. L. WALLACE, President JOE ROWLETT, Cashier
Oklahoma Planing Mill and
M. E. McCOSKEY, Manager
Sash Doors, Blinds, Moulding, Interior Mill Work, Bank Fixtures to Order
1006 W Washington ESTIMATES FURNISHED Pho c 235
Orders for Sash and Doors
Morgan Hardwood Doors
T. A. GRIFFITH
The Sash and Door Man
PHONE 3839 513 N. HUDSON St.
P. 0. Box 633
0. K. CUT STONE WORKS
- J. C. POWERS, Proprietor ======
CONTRACTOR FOR AND DEALER IN
CUT, SAWED, PLANED
AND ROUGH STONE
Estimates Furnished on Application. Offices and Works: 710-22 W. 2nd
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
Metropolitan Bottling Works
Bottlers of High Grade Soda and Mineral Waters
A. J. WAGNER, Prop. Oklahoma City
615-617 N. Walker
J. BUHRER, PropY.
Bread, Cakes, Pies, Pastry
Dealers in Rye Flour
Ask for the Red Label which stands
for Quality, Workmanship and Purity
108 South Robinson
We Make Your Wearing Apparel Look Like New
Excelsior Dry Cleaning
and Hat Worlds
420 North Broadway
Expert Cleaners, Hatters and
Oklahoma City, Okja.
Art Glass Co.
J. W.Thalheimer, Mgr.
ORNAMENTAL LEADED CLASS
Shret* Set in Coppar Metal
Glazier's Diamond Re- «t « i...
Art Giui Dome* CHURCH AND MEMORIAL WINDOWS CoP^/
309 NORTH HUDSON ST.
Glass, Artistically Set in
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
CURTIS & GARTSIDE CO.
-SASH AND DOORS, MOULDINGS-
Hardwood Doors, Interim o.fid Exterior
Finish, Bank and Office 1 s, Stairs,
Grille Work, Screen Doors, R oof Materials
LARGEST FACTOR Y IN THE ST A TE
Hechanics in All Trades
We call your especial attention to our Large Assortment
of Tools--the most complete in the southwest.
We make you a satisfied customer.
STORM & ERICKSON HARDWARE COHPAINY
111 NORTH BROADWAY RHONE i4iu
Olympic Theatre No. I
Olympic Theatre No. 2
' 21/ North Broadway ==========
First Run Pictures—Latest Songs
Only Union Operators in the City
Yours to please,
Olympic Amusement Company
B. H. •POWELL. Mgr.
FRANZ HAT CO.
MAKERS OF UNION HATS
THE ONLY STORE IN OKLAHOMA
THEIR OWN HATS
6 S. HARVEY OKLAHOMA CITY
Always a Full Line of
Cakes, Pies and Confections
Phone 3999 327 W. California
Mike Binda, Prop.
Iv E \I OVA I.
PRICE. CONNER At CO. have removed their office from 133 1-2 Main street, where they
have been fl*1 nine years, to the former location of the American Nati-nal Bank, No. 12
i OB!N'SON UI .ET. having consolidated their business with the Union Trust Company and the
Antral Title 'nvestment Company. The business will be carried on in the future under
. - name of
UM( )N TRl ST C < )MPANY
1,1 m e ami i km i nt
T. F. SULLIVAN LUMBER COMPANY
m .mhku, i-ati i, siii ncil.ks, mahii; [doors, ii i
AI,MO 1.1 Ml'* AND CKMBXT.
floo wimtsi:i ( m sthickt
j. g. leeper, pre3 and gen mgr
R. C. GOSSE 7"T. Asst Mcr
J. C. LEEPER LUMBER COMPANY
and all kinds of building material, cement and lath
no. 115 e. grand ave.
oklahoma city. okla
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Wilson, Ollie S. The Oklahoma Labor Unit (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 22, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 20, 1909, newspaper, November 20, 1909; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106854/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.