The Collinsville News. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 11, 1909 Page: 8 of 8
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Nov. Cash Price.
Farmers and Merchants Bank
With Deposits Guaranteed, Solicits Business on
Merit Only. Because:
riR8T:-lt is a ale bank, not only in leeonnl ol its deposits being guaranteed
by the Oklahoma State law, but also because if safe, conservative management, as proven
by total lasses of less than $210.11 out af nearly one-half million dollars loaned since
SECOND:-It is very liberal in the treatment af its customers as evidenced by its
big growth in business.
we give the wants of every customer,
whether large or small, the very best service
and careful attention, as proven by our large
and increasing business.
Our customers know us and are satisiiea.
If you are a stranger it will pay you to start
your account with us.
C. L. Goodale, President, f. M. Rogers Cashier.
Just a few left but while they last, at the following prices.
“Admiral” 16 Inch sulky plow, two shares, $27.50
J. I. Case 16 inch sulky plow, two shares, 32.50
“Yankee Boy” 16 inch sulky plow 2 shares 30.00
Xo Keep st Clean stock*
To Keep a Neat Stock
AND WE TRY
To Keep a Fresh Stock
BAKER & COMPANY
Dealers In HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS and VEHICLES.
MARTIN i SONDURANT
ever owed an office to one of its silver, paper money and such
.members, certainly the party crazy notions. They suggest
owes him this nomination bank guarantee, and the Journal
Will he get it? Will the party be threatens to quit hiding behind
(just? Thousands of honest men the bush, get rght out in the
Cruce for Governor. j and independent voters are ask open and tight the issues, ac-
The Union Adv cate-Review 1 ing these questions and will knowleoging that since 1890 they
speaking in reference to Lee1 a wait with deep concern the had been trying to capture the
Cruce of Ardmore, say
If the party will not reform movement for the repub-
In the primary elections held deal honestly with one of its life lican party when the unruly
two years ago, Lee Cruce offered servants, it cannot be trusted to movement haa just about cap-
himselfas a candidate for nomi- deal fairly with the people. If tured the party. Whenever the
nation to the office of governor nom nated, Lee Cruse will be republicans come out in the open
and after one of t'»e bitterest elected, for lit* enjoys to a great- and tight tariff revision down-
campaigns ever waged in the er degree than any other proba- ward, bank guarantee aad such
Southwest, he was defeated by a ble candidate, the confidence of reforms as are diaeetly in the
small plurality. Though urged the voters, With him as gov- interest of the people, they are
by his friends to contest the re- ernor, the farmers and laboring beaten, and beaten badly. Its
suit of the election he refused to men, as well as the honest men too bad, but they are now almost
do so. but instead entered heart in every other vocation in life, driven to where they must show
ily upon the support of the will receive lair treatment and their hand palm forward.
Democratic ticket All those Oklahoma will be assured of p ^^ p^ricTuu at a repub.
who watched the progress of good government. lie*n the other day, a d«mocrat
that campaign, whether friends What is said hereof Lee Cruce sajd) Old Joe Cannon wanted
or foes concede i' at his conduct and the democratic party is true congress 10 appropriate $40,000
and support contributed more to of all parties. The time has to buy him an automobile with
democratic......... th.uauy other come iu Oklahoma when all po-
one tiling in the state, lhere litical paints tint expect the jncongiess remarked, "I don’t
at e thousand of voters in Gala* support of the honest men and ^now what he wants an autom<>-
hoinawho honestly believe that thinki g men must inspire that bile for, I stw him riding oua
the fact tht O.oalioHw is dem «- support by honest party conduct load of hay the o'her day. The
erotic today is due to the course -Union Advocate Keview.(Iud ) joe
helms pursued. At that time
the p.ediction was freely made,;
both by his supporters and t iose
T. A. LEE
HARDWARE and FURNITURE, STOVES and
COLLINSVILLE and OWASSO, OKLA.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Practical Tinner
Kansas City Journal is
Co'onel Reuben Dye was over
Dtiiu o.t — .......... — - from Skiatook Friday last, look-
who opposed him. thit he would alruo>t pursuaded to c me out ing after U lde Joe Heroeigers
be the next nominee of his party squarely oa republican issues as — ■-* °—*.....
it i Kvcri or, and that this honor advocated by the leaders of the
would come to him without cf- p*rty. Ever since lSW says the
fort. If ai y man by consistent Journa . the party has been cat-__
party service ha ever earned jering to 4,Pbp fooiisnUV^ntil the
the gr .titude of his party, eer- insurgents are about to lt\, ^ the mdow Glass,
tainly Cruce has. If any party party to a worse issue than fieLindsly Lumber Co.
sa e Reuben says he has four
sale to cry this wtek and has
been averaging that many since
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172503/m1/8/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.