The Collinsville News. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shanafelt
were in Owasso last Wednesday.
Mr. D. B. Smith has been very
sick part of tbe past week but is
better at present.
A musical entertainment was
given at the home of Mrs . Dunn
who lives near the lake.
Miss Bessie Smith who is
Hay per ton____
staging in Collinsville spent the
Stamp Phoioes ten cent* a
dozen at Aveiys nailery.
For Harness and cuddies, our
prices are the lowest. Baker &
Going to Ifeave town soon, if
you want pictures come at once
Apery’s Photogaph Gallery
J. F. Robinson died last Fri-
day of drop.-y, at the age of 55
Are you going to build? Then
let us quote you some mighty
attractive prices and building
hardware. Baker & Co.
For Sale: IS thorough bred
first of this week at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Shauafeit were
the guests of Mr, and Mrs.
Bruce of Dalton hill, Sunday.
Mit>s Edith Mapes eutsrtaiued
a lew of her friends SaiuVday
aiternuou. Ail reported a de-
Mr. Ed Arnold who was em-
ployed to work at the new school
sprained his wrist very badly.
Miss Myrtle Macey enter-
tained her music cia&s and a few
of her friends Saturday night,
ail reported a delightful time.
Messrs Selim Lloyd, Bert
Johnson, Claude Thomas and
Elmer Sbanafelt of near Allen
caddie of chewing tobacco or a
carton of smoking tobacco. j
A large crowd soon collected '
but Mr, Brees would answer no
questions which ths curious put
to him. |
Finally when the last of his
stock of tobacco had been burn-
ed and nothing but ashes remain
ed, he said:
“Well. I’ve won that battle
with the devil.” Tnen he disap-
pear in his store and a prayer
service was held. It was then
that Brees said that he was con-
vinced that it was wrong to use
tobacco and it must be wrong to
sell the stuff.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW J,
Leghorn roosters. Will sell or school house spent Sunday alter
exchange for Rhode Island Reds noon jn Owusso.
Enquire of 1’. J. Pevehouse
Are you needing a stove? Then A party was given in honor of
do not forget that we sell the! Miss Zora Smith, on her birth
Bridge Beach Stoves and Ran- day, Friday eight Nov. 5.h. A
ges, 1 he best that money can! nice crowd was there aad all
buy. Baker & Co. ! report a nice time.
The Collinsville Realty & Loan | Rev. Newport, the Holiness
Co Ltd. is now ready to make preacher at Owasso is holding a
long time loans on choice city
property and on productive
farm landp. See C<ms. Crocke .
Big; assortment of
jewelry in all the latest
fads and fancies at flcCor
revival meeting at the school
house North-east of town. All
«re cordially invited to come and
bring their friends
Messrs. Smart and Hawkins
have started a meat market in
Woods property east nf Go.vetts
residence 01 Broadway. s
is inform*. I ihu a tin sii*>p > -
going in, in tile Clawson build-
ing also on Broadway.
When Iixes Ire Due
In order to correct certain er-
roneous statements that have
gained public currency, the office
of state examiner and inspector
issued the fallowing statement
| in regard to the collection of tax-
Dr. R. L. Higgins met with a!lor the y«a'' 1909 19A0- Taxes
serious accident the first of the are due °1.1 15th day of Octo-
week, his horse falling on him in her aQd wdl become delinquent
such a manner as to break his on the 31 day of January; that is
leg. He will draw insurance on they may be paid at anytime
Going to leave town soon, if
you want pictujie* come at once
Avery’s Photograph Gallery.
Hunting; Dogs For Sale.
Bear, Wolf, Deer, Coyote, Cat,
Coon, Rabbit and Fox hounds
Bird dogs, pet and watch dogs,
pups of all breeds. Ferrets,
Rabbits, pigeons, poultry, cattle,
sheep and pigs. Send 10 cts
for 60 page highly illustrated
catalogue. Write for price list.
Mi. Penn Kennels, Dept. Ok.,
That we have the most complete and(^)
(||) best equipped drug store in the city. We can |||)
J supply you with all the standard patent and^
proprietary medicines, and in addition carry
(|p everything in stationary, school supplies, w
H|) sundries, brushes, perfumes, toilet requisites^)
etc. We haye the most complete stock
paints and brubhes in Collinsville. ^
Just now we want you to see some spec-(^)
ial bargains we have picked up. _
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0 A Nice Lot o! Box Paper, worth 50c, your ehoice lor 25c.®
<H We have a dinner set oi 100 pieces of IMPORTED CHINA that|§
we offer st 512.00 worth $18.00.
the broken limb from the M. B.
A order of which he is a mem-
Say, did you see that
candy window at McCor-
Our popular manager of the
Clark & Bates lumber yard at
this place, H. G. Wood, tendered
his resignation to thp company
Saturday. Mr. Wood h«,s been
very a tentive to business and
did the company good service
here. Mr. U. A. James takes
his place here.
The lecture at theOpera hnuae
Friday night by Frank Allen
Peake was well worth the price
of admission, 10 and 25 cents.
Mr. Peake would not have roas-
ted quite so hard probably, hid
his audience been larger. Litt'e
Miss Dorothy Irene Peake is a
star at singing, and by the way,
Mr. Peake is not slow in imitat-
ing the modern young lady
Highest market price paid for
country produce at the R. A.
Evans grocery store.
Mr. T. H Richardson, their
daughter MisEdnaaud little son
Cecil spent Tnursday iu Tulsa.
Mrs. Macey and daughters
Myrtle and Jewell also Mrs. A.
C. Bateman spent Monday out-
Miss Myrtls Franks ac-
companied by Mr. Lee Downey
attended church at Elm Ridge
between these dates without
penaly. After the 31st day of
January a penalty of 18 per cent
per annum will be added For
example if taxes are p id within
ten days after the 31 day of Jan-
uary, 1-2 of 1 per cent penalty is
added- 20 days, 1 per cent penal-
ty,--30 days, 1 1-2 per cent penal-
ty, or a total of 18 per cent if
delinquent 12 months.
This is not a new feature of
the revenue law. It has been
tne law of the Territory of Okla-
homa s nee 1897. The only new
feature in this connection is that
taxes are not payable in two in-
stallments as formerly. Statis-
tics gleaned from the offices of
the county treasurers show that
75 per cent of all taxes were
paid in t he first payment and
that the small taxpayers nearly
always paid their taxes at one
time in order to avoid the truble
incident to two payments. The
railroads, banks and other heavy
tax payers were about the only
ones benefitted by the two pay-
ments, hence the last legislature
maue all of the taxes due in the
fall on the theory that people
could better aff rd to pay their
taxes then than at any other time
- Claremore Progress.
Order Fir Weiring Petitim to Leise Laid for Oil
ud Gas Purpises.
Slate of Oklahoma lw In the County
County of Roger* l Court.
In the matter of tbo guardianship of Thelma
Ware, minor. _
Now on this flrst day of November. A. D.
1008 cornea George W. Ware, as the guardian
of Thelma Ware, a minor, having Wed herein
hit petition praying for an order of this
court to lease the real estate of said minor for
oil and gas purposes.
It is ordered that said petition be and the
same hereby is set for bearing on tbe 30th day
of >ovember. A.D. 1008at 1:00 o'clock P. M.
at the county oourt room of Rogers County
Oklahoma, at • l&remore, Oklahoma, at which
time and place th« next of kin and all persons
interested in the above named estate are re-
quired to appear and show cause it anp they
have, why an O der should not be granted for
tbe leasing of the real estate of said minor
for oil and gas purposes as aet out in said pe-
t*It°is further ordered that a copy of this order
be published fo. three successive weeks in
the Collinsville News, a weekly newspaper,
printed and published and of general circula-
tion in Rogers county, Oklahoma
(Seal) Archibald Bonds.
Zov. 35 inc. 4t County Judge
Notice Of Sale if Real Estate
l In the matter of estate
State.of Oklahoma ( ss. of Kern Brown, a mi-
Couuty of Rogers. » nor. Rufus H. Brown
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
an order of the county court of the county of
Rogers, state of Oklahoma, made on the 25th
day of October 1900. the undersigned.
Rufus H. Brown, guardian of the estate of
Fern Brown, a minor will sell at public sale
to the highest bidder, subject to confirmation
by said court, on Saturday November 80th
1909, at 1 o’clock p. m. at the front door of
the county oourt house in the town of Coll-
insville. Rogers county Oklahoma, all of the
right, title, and interest of said Fern Brown
in and to the following described real estate
situated in Rogers county state of okluboma.
The north-west quartet of the south-west
quarter of tbe north-east quarter, and tbe
south-wes*- ten acres of lot two. or more
particularly described as the sou h-west
quarter of the north-west quarter of the
north-east quarter all in section three (3)
township twenty-two (83) north of range
fourteen 14 east
Said real estate will be sold on the follow-
ing terms and conditions to wit; one third
cash and the balance in two annual payments
of equal amounts. The purchas- r must also
pay the court costs and expenses herein and
Dated this 29th day of October. A.D. 1000
Rufus h. brown. Guardian
Nov. 18 inc, 3t.
A. Mcodbmus. Attorney for guardian.
Watch this space for other good things^
that we will have for our customers every -
week. Yours to please,
IMIS WRONG TO SNORE IIS WRONG TO SELL.
Wichita, Kans., Nov. 7.—Be-
cause he was convinced at a re-
vival meeting that it was wrong
to use tobacco, and decided that
if it was wrong to use the weed
it must be wrong to sell it, S. N.
Brees, a grocer on Murdock ave-
nue, made a bonfire of the cigar
and tobacco in his stock.
The neighbors noticed a strong
odor of burning tobacco at an
early hour in the morning and
finally traced the smell to the
yard back of Mr. Braes’s store.
There they watched him heaping
boxes of cigars on the flames
CLcassionally he would cant in a
Nitiee if Sale if Reil Estate
In the matter of the guardianship of John L.
Fields, James S. Fields and .Thelma Fields.
Notice is hereby given that in pu suanoe of
an order of the county court ot tbe county
of Delaware state of Oklahnme.made on the.
20tb day of October, 10U0. the undersigned
guardian, ot tbe estate ot John L. Fields.
James S. Fields and Thelma Fields; minors
will sell at private sale to tne highest and
best bidder subject to the confirmation of
»aid oourt on or after tbe 82nd day of Novem
ber. A D. 1800, at 10 o'clock a. m at Grove.
Delaware county. Oklahoma, all right, title
and interest of said John L>. Fieds and Jame-
Fields. in and to the following described real
estate situate in Rogers and Tulsa counties,
state of Oklahoma, to wit;
Got one of section 30, township 83 range 14
in Rogerf county, e 1-8 of ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 of
section 25 township 82 range 13: sw 1-4 of
ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 of section 85 township 22 range
13 the sa ■ e being the allotment of John L.
Fields situate in Tulsa oounty. All of lot 2
and sw 1-4 ot se 1-4 of nw t-4 ot section 30
township 88 range 14 and e 1-2 of nw 1-4 of
nw 1-4 section 27 township 88 range 14. the
same being the allotment of James Fields.
U ing and situate In Hogera oounty. Oklahoma
containing 143. W* acres more or less accord-
ing to the united state* survey thereof.
Said real estate will be sold on the follow-
ing terms and conditions to wit; All cash in
hand. _ ,
Bid* for the pj rchase thereof must be in
writing and must be filed In the county
court or delivered to the undersigned at
Southwest Gity. Missouri.
Dated tbe 38th day ot Ootober.1008
Moses o. Fields Guardian
By hla attorneys Coppedge A Hunt.
Nov. It inc. St
McCormick Drug Co.^
Oklahoma State Bank
Strength and Security,
It is i string bank in account if (be strength if ill slick holders Hit
i secured bank because its deposits ire by the
guarantee fund of Ibe slate ol Oklahoma.
Interest paid on time deposits.
E. PLEAS, President
J. M. COLBURN, Vice President.
N. 0. COLBURN, Cashier
A. L. HICKS, Asst. Cashier
CAUDLE’S MEAT MARKAT.
Rogers Building, Main Street.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
Fresh Bread on Sale
Phone No. 109.
©. T. ©JLTOI
E. PLEAS. M. O.
Physician & Surgeon,
office hours from 8 to It a. m. and from I to
d p. m. office phone No. 41. Residence phone
N ». 7. Office west of opera house.
W. C. SMITH. M. O.
Physician & Surgeon.
All call* promptly »nawered.
office in Baker Building, up stain.
H. M.HILLE, M. O.
PHYSCIAN & S U R G E ON.
All calls promptly answered
Office up stairs in Tabler building.
Dr. T. W. HOWELL,
Is prepared to do all kind of
dental work. Your patronage
HASKELL B. TALLEY
Attorney At Law
My Office is Located in Rosen-
See J. H. Hall for a load of cobs
25 cents a load.
COL. REUBEN DYE,
I Solicit your sale business on a business
basis, it years experience. My best effort at
at reasonable charge.
L. W. Swan J A. Swan
BLACKSMITHS AND WOOD WORKERS
Horseshoeing and plow work a
specialty. Located in the old
Crane shop on corner of Broad-
way and Porter.
Twenty - seven Years P retie e
Fifteen Years Hospital
DR. J. S. CRABTREE
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 101 Office Phone 101
I make and disoense most of my
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Attorneys at Law
Specialties; Civil, Crimina
Probate and Collections.
Offices: Claremore and Chel-
J. H. MYLAR
Will cry your sales, stock
sales, or any kind of sales.
|K U#cK tun if Im Slid.
! see me atCollinsville, Oklahoma.
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Wright, W. L. The Collinsville News. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909, newspaper, November 11, 1909; Collinsville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172503/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.