Collinsville Times. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, March 21, 1913 Page: 5 of 6
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Thene time principles imw been the foundation of our busin-ss. They
have helped uh to build out buaimv* on the right kind of a foundation,
and combined with the prices we ofier, they have helped promote our
patronage as well as increase it. Do not worry about the price on any
drug store article, for the price we quote you is fail and just. It is as
low as you could possibly get anywhere, 'quality considered. Our service
m modern, thorough and prompt. Phone your order to us if you want to
be served vveU in every way.
BRYANT & KEITH
The Leading Druggists
Open Early and Late Busy All the Time
new Indian head nickels as a premium.
It was good advertising.
H. W. Brans tetter, local manager of
the Right Wuy Laundry, will leave Sat-
urday night for Tulsa to bring back
Mrs. Branstetter. They will reside
With an investment of about $5,000
we have established a HOME Laundry
that is up-to-date in every particular
ami we invite the public to call and
inspect our plant. We pay taxes in
DoUinsville. Out payroll which is spent
with Collinsville merchants by our em-
ployes, is about 50 per cent of our re-
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The Live Wire band of the M. E. | ceipts Our work is guaranteed and oui
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Dr. C. R. Robinson will pifach at
South Pui k church this eveni-.g , t 7;45
Miss Leatha Lincoln will sing "The
Holy City” ..t the Easter ser. !-.•*« 'sun-
day evening at South 1’ark.
We sell wall paper—Wright & Ken-
k<uul, 257 East Main street, 3-18-2
Dr. A. W. Cox, specialist, Bartles-
ville, Oklahoma, piactice limited to
medical and surgual tieutiru-nt of .ye
car, nose and throat diseases. Glasses
fitted Consultation and examination
free, References in Collinsville and vi-
cinity. If you cannot call, write
Mi. and Mrs. 11. W. Covington, who
have been visiting the family of .7, C.
Whiteside, left tin- morning foi their
home in Valley Center Kansas.
Jarvis Hardware lor seeds ,.ud chicken
When County Judge Thomas W.
Iieuhy, of Muskogee, marries a couple
lie dews not get one cent for it. The
fee of $3, usually claimed by the ofli-
luting judge, justice or parson at mar-
lagcs, IS placed to tb* county's credit
iy tins county judge rather than
pocketi d by him for bis own use.
• "'ip 1 ..iihr, an engineer .for the
Iri.Hio ran wav, walked iri his sleep and
stepped out of a thud story window in
1 hotel, sustaining serious, if
not fatal, injuries.
Li-L-r <gg dyes at Bryant & Keith’s.
"' • wa ! paper—I ,(HH) -»■ let ions
+o M !* ct from; 100 selections in stock —
Wright & KLnkea.l, 37 East Main
street. 3 |H.2
T v. o Sapulpa eriforecmerit officers
tried to spring a surprise on a top-story
loint the other night. They got into
the elevator ai d started upwards. When
ti*7 reached the hallway point the lift
■' ked rtselt and they spent the night
-n the position of “neither up nor
The ( yclone Season will soon lie
here. Is your property insured? Call
phone bG and have AleCurty Brothers
look after rt. 3 18 2
Number 13 was the lucky figure at
Mrs Berry’s millinery parlor Tuesday,
drawing the big pattern hat which was
g.ven away. At the present prices of
millinery numbei thirteen cannot be
uid to have any appreciable amount of
hard luck attacked to it.
Keep the money at home-the Col
hriBviUe Laundry needs your business.
Re sure it s the green wagon. Phone
J'• 2 13 2
7 be Collinsville National bank gave
is- n smeltermun who cashed his pay
heck th them ye.t.erd.iy one of the
W* ' tend in CoiLnsvilie » cbrdial invitation to visit our
d.llm.lj l-.-mis end m th........... r[,n„g An van„ty <)f
mQ8t ......" , ,. can «iit you, both
or styb - and pi i. •. •
Couch & Pratt, Milliners
With Chicago Store
ot lot for
, and will
W. A. ArbuckJe M. D. RrbuckJe J. L. Stafford
CITY MEAT MARKET
Opposite Hotel Erwin
All of our Meats are Refrigerated
Ehrlich Cold Storage Plant
10,000 pounds meats continually moving thru our re-
frigerating plant. We have the best Equipped meat
market in the city. Fresh meats, fish, oysters and poultry
A CORDIAL EASTER GREETING IS EXTENDED
church will give a tea on Wednesday
atternoen, March 2li, at the home of
Mis. K, R. Hicks. You are cordially
invited, to attend tins meeting.
The Pastime club will dance at Pas
time ball tonight.
Get her a box of Mylo Chocolates for
Easter at Bryant & Keith's.
G. IL Macdonald says he expects to
return to bis old home in the “show
me” state of Missouri.
Glen Mensinger, a tool .dresser of
Tulsa, employed by J. L Gillespie on his
lease near Elat Rock, was killed Satur-
day night about 11 o’clock by getting
tangled up in the machinery while oil-
ing Hit engine ol a drilling machine.
Mis.Yv. A. Osborn, of Kansas City, is
at the Erwin.
Eoui eases of disturbing the peace in
Justice of the Peace Johnson's court.
Mrs. E. (!. Farr's case was dismissed on.
account of the lack of evidence. E. G.
Eurr was acquitted on insufficient evi-
dence. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cole pleaded
guilty and each were fined $10.50.
Git her a box of Mylo Chocolates for
Easter at Bryant & Keith's.
Thomas >S. Burke, of the Haley Gas
company, is at the Erwin for a week.
M. 0. Shrewbury, of Tulsa, is a guest
at the Erwin.
Garden seeds that grow , ami chicken
wire at Jarvis Hardware ’filcre.
Jt is a sure thing that the milliners
did not set the date for Easter this
Mol Boos of St. Louis, C. E. Kayser
of Bartlesville, and J. Letehie of New
York are guests at the Erwin, while in
the city, in the interest of the Bartles-
ville Zinc company.
Eastei >-gg dyes at Bryant & Keith’s
The three degrees in the medical Lra-
ternity—positive ill; comparative pill,
No, Alonzo, a girl isn't considered in
the shop worn class until she has been
engaged three or four times.
The fact still remains that no deposi-
tor of a Mt.ate Bank in Oklahoma has
ever Exit one cent through the failure
of a Bank, and this absolute safety
must appeal to every careful business
man no matter what hiy vocation may
• —T B—W-P-
V (’. Mieher, an attorney formerly
in the legal department of the Missouri
Pacific railroad, has located in Collins-
ville and has opened an office in the
First National bank building Mr.
Midler is a graduate of Washington
University of Kt Louis, Missouri His
home town is Carlinville, Illinois, but he
has hism located, while with the Mis-
souri Pacific, at Hoisington, Kansas,
ami l ittle Rock, Arkansas. Mi Mieher
will take care ot the business which
Robinson A. Gore, of Tulsa, have here
II Vi Braimtottci has Liken charge
ol the Right Way" laundry in Collins-
ville and is ready to look fitter your
laundry wants in tie iLght Way"
Don t fail to nee Grandma Pet kins at !
the Orpheirm Monday afternoon and
high school auditorium Monday mcht
THE CELEBRATED 10c CIGAR,
JOAN OF ARC, SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY ONLY, 5c EACH—UNION
C’omc and sec “Babes in Slumberland”
at Orplteum Monday afternoon and high
school auditorium Monday night.
Diamond is the April birth stone.
Does your lady friend date from April?
Get busy. I have a few bargains in
small diamonds that can’t help but in-
terest you Make a payment down ami
finish next month.
BUNDY, "The Jeweler.
HARNESS AND . SADDLES
All kinds of horse furnishings. Every-
thing new. Repairing neatly and
promptly done. Trices right. Corner
of Main and Porter. Share of your trade
soliciated. rhone 135.
Mr. A. R. Hall, who has been in tbe
.laundry business for a long time in Col-
linsville and*'has a half interest in the
laundry, will personally see that your
laundry is promptly called for and de-
livered. Phone 313.
Right Way" means satisfaction
guaranteed in every respect. Phone 224
and wagon will call.
Don t 1a.il to sec the black faces
Down On the Ohio," Monday afternoon
at Orpheum. jiigl. school auditorium
Hi I0II SALE ETC.
KOR SALE or Trade— E M E. tour-
ing car, full equipment, m good run-
order, used only short time Will
sell at reasonable figure. Demonstra-
tion to prospective buyer. J. Clifford
DR. 0. H. McCARTY
Corner room in Rogers- Goodale
PHONES: OFFICE 2; RES. 234.
P. P. OLIVER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over London Drug Co.
Office Phone 5. Residence Phone 28.
good toilet articles: We pride
ourselves on our stock of toilet
necessities, such as face .pow-
der, creams and lotions, soaps
and perfumes; and we stand,
behind every toilet prepara-
tion that comes out of our
store, regardless of brand, for
we handle only meritorious
The Rexall Store
F. A. McCORMICK, Prep.
FOR SALE— 250 Egg incubator. Yellow
' Front, Second Hand Store, east Main
LOST—Ice apron Return to this office
and receive reward. 3-18-1*
F’OR RENT—Three rooms in Harris
house, four blocks north of First Na-
tional bank. Inquire of J. Colgap.
FURNISHED room for rent, brick house
on Broadway, Inquire Times office.
FOR RENT—Two rooms furnished or
unfurnished for light housekeeping.
Near the brick plant. Phone 1.
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 3 blocks south of postoffice.
Phone 183. • 2-28-tf
FOR RENT— Furnished room in pri-
vate home. Inquire at Dr. Badgley’s
G. L. Carpenter
Goods of Merit
The Finest and Best of
Fresh V egetables T oday
WANTED—Position as bookkeeper.
First-class and perfectly competent to
handle any set. Address “E. L.” care
DR. J. K. McPIKE
■ OvSTEOEPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
General Practice. Nervous
Diseases a Specialty. Calls
Answered Day or Night.
Office in Room No. 6, Lee Building.
Phone 270.. Collinsville, Okla.
Why Not Now?
Buy That Spring
Sutton & Rogers
Cleaning, Pressing and
IF V7E DO
you know that our service will
lie as prompt as it is reliable.
We use only the beet mate-
rials, no matter whether we
are doing a small job of re-
pair work or installing a whole
new system. Consult us.
"ON *THE JOB—
and that’s where you want a
plumber pretty soon after you
send for him to repair the
leaks oi breakages in your
h. e. McKinley
We arc showing some excellent num-
bers in Low Shoes
New Buck, White Button Oxiords
New Buck Champagne Button Oxfords
New Buck White bow Pumps
Patents in button, blucher, coloniul and
three straps. SANDALS
Only One More Day to Make Your Easter Selection
SEE OUR LATEST ONES NOV/
Johnson Brothers Shoe Store
There is no room in your home so important as the kitchen. All
of your work centers there, and m fact nearly half of your work
m done in this room. Don't you think then, that it. is important
for you to have uptodate kitchen appliances?
Are you perfectly satisfied with your range? It is doing per-
fect work, or do you have to t" ist and turn tbe puns to get
America’s Very Best Bakers
are famous all over America for their even, quick baking When
you put one in your kitchen your cooking troubles are settled.
No more guess work or worry or extra work.
Why not come in and look over our line of “ACORNS?1’
Collinsville Furniture Store
First Door East of First National Bank
DR. R. A. DOUGLAS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office Phone, 153; Residence Phone, 98
NEW LOCATION IN ROGERS-
Rooms 5 and o
Local Surgeon A. T. & S. F. R. R.
ALWAYS READY TO SERVE YOU.
We guarantee quick and prompt
House moving ard drayage of every
W. T. JONES, Prop.
NATIONAL TRANSFER CO.
A. GOLDEN, Prop.
Storage, Transfer and Baggage of all
kinds. All work guaranteed to be
Office Phone 135.
Residence Phone 194.
You know and appreciate the
value of door screens and
window screens, but have
you considered how very-
comfortable the porch would
be this summer if greened?
Call and let us explain the value
°fthe tjperent kinds of screen
wire, such a3 the black, the
galvanized, the bronzed.
Ey the way, bronze wire is be-
coming more and more popu-
lar. The price is lower than
ever before by almost half.
The copper wire cloth lasts
indefinitely as it never rusts
under any circumstances.
Maltby Hardware Co.
Rogers Hardware Co.
Statement at the Close of Business, February 4, 1813
Loans ................ $60,523.62
Warrants ............ 4,077.26
U. S. Bonds ...... ... 6,250.00
Premiums ............ 82.99
Overdrafts ............ 1,123.84
Building ............. 8,000.00
Fixtures .............. 3,000.00
Cash and Ex-
change . . $75,778.10
Capital ............... $25,000.00
Profits ............... 80.04
Circulation ........... 6,250.00
Rediscounts .......... 6,000.00
Deposits - - $121,505.77
Deposits in our first statement as
a National Bank, Nov. 26, 1912,
Deposits in our second
statement, Feb. 4,
1913, are ............ 121,505.77
INCREASE .......... $17,943.45
This shows how om customers
like the change from a State
Bank to a National Bank.
We have a RESERVE to our
deposits of over 62 per cent. IF
YOU KNOW HOW TO RUN A
SAFER BANK, PLEASE COME
IN AND TELL US.
We Pay Five Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits
We have Safety Deposit Boxes for Keeping 'of Valuables.
Rent $1.00 Per Year.
C. L. Goodale, John A. Carter,
F. G. Keith, T. A. Lee,
E. C. Adams, Asst. Cashier
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Steenrod, F. L. Collinsville Times. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, March 21, 1913, newspaper, March 21, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1136411/m1/5/: accessed January 20, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.