The Collinsville News. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1910 Page: 1 of 10
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SI.00 Per Year
Bargains For the We tc of Oct
on cotton blankets
Get a chance on the $40.00 Sew
Ladies black merceif id under-
skirts, good width and oiten are sold
® Meu’s grey coat sweaters to furth
- 0 er introduce this store. We will giv
l> you a 75c garment for 50c.
Our stock of
SHEETINGS, MUSLINS, OUTINGS
are all new and stylish.
One hundred styles of Dress Oing
ham Plaids, Checks and Stripes.
New line of long and short kim
onas. See them.
[Mercerized English vPoplius. All
colors, a 35c fabric.
Women’s percale house dresses
well made and a good dollar garment.
We guarantee every article as re-
500 pieces of China and glassware
worth up to 25c.
Granite tea kettles, dish pans, per-
serving kettles, etc. everyone worth 50c
Our motto, “"SToult morn
Tdslchz if 3TO*u. want It,
All sizes children’s and Misses
union suits, fleece lined.
Ladies’ knit knee length under
Try THE NEW STORE, you are al
skirts, dandy values
The New Store
COLLINSVILLE, OgjiA., OCT. 13 1910.
PROTECT THE TOILER and PRODUCER.
Clubbing Rates Made
] views of political ethics as Roose.
(veltand hold higher views of
I government and of the individual
SLAVE TO PLAUDITS
est way what was right without
attemptiog to advertised or at
tract attention to myself.*’
Mr. Jenkins says in his state-
ment that President Roosevelt
did not give him a fair hearing
and that his friends in Congress
who went to Roosevelt met with
rebuff. He describes his inter-
view thus with Roosevelt when
he asked the president to investi-
gate his case.
ROOSEVELT WOULDN’T LISTEN.
“My interview with the presi-
dent was not to exceed fifteen
minutes’ duration, in which time
I was hardly permitted to com-
plete a sentence. He did most
of the talking, seamed to be
iboroughly imbittered and show
ed plainly that he never had read
carefully my written statement
nor comprehended its real mean-
ing: nor would he understand or
listen to my oral statement. He
nervously sprang to his feet with
the expression: ‘I can not con-
done your actions' and started
for the door leaving me seated at
the table. ,
You cannot imagine any one oi
our great presidents treating a
citizen of this republic as Roose
velt treated me. You cannot
imagine anyone possessing the
high sense of justice and the
conscientious desire to faithfully
fill the office of chief executive of
a free and self respecting and
self governing people conduct-
ing himself in each s manner.
In all such sets of Roosevelt
there seems to be a motive other
than serving the interests of a
great people and faithfully dis
William Jenkins Ousted
To .Satisfy Ambition
Guthrie, Oct, 5.—Former Pres
ident Roosevelt is arrainged
severely in a statement made
public today by William Jenkins
former territorial governor of
Oklahoma, io reply to recent
newspaper articles reviving the
story of Jenkin’s summary re-
r moval from the gubernatorial
1 Office by President Roosevelt for
.j alleged connection with the Wor-
man sanitarium contract, -i
Jenkins declares that Roose-
velt removed him from the office
and investigated the charges
afterward and charges that
Roosevelt was governed by
motives of high ambitiou rather
than to serve the nation.
In tha course of his statement
Jenkins says that the report sent
in by the territorial governor ap-
pointed to succeed him entirely
exonerated him from any wrong
doing and the investigation made
by the territorial legislature a
few months later also cleared
him of the charge. The Repub-
s lien party of Oklahoma never
w&s called to account for the
V Jenkins charges and the Demo-
cratic party never attempted to
make capital out of them accord
ing to the statement.
blames hasty action.
"It stood and still stands as sn
unfortunate result of Roosevelt’s
hasty action,” says the ex-gover-
nor, "which was never corrected
discharge their duties faithfully
without thought or regard of
consequences of their fellow citi-
zens. Vulgar and ostentatious
self assertion and the exercise of
power with the view of attract-
ing attention to oneself and win-
ning fame wholly is irreconcila-
ble with greatness.
Hon. J. K. Sykes will Speak at
Collinsville, next Suturday, at 8:
30 p, m. evening, on the streets,
weathe r permitting- Good spea-
Collinsville Fair Now On.
Today as we go to press the
Collinsville fair is in full blast.
Brother John H. French deliver-
ed the keynote speech Wednes-
day at 2:80 o’clock turning the
keys over to the guests of thp city
At two o’clock the Collinsville
Band took its regular place on
the band stand and tapped off
the races on time, Joe Mylar’s
Blackthorn "tron the three
straight heats in the pace and
Big Liz won first in the 3 8 dash
Glenn Scott 2nd, Iroquois 3rd.
this section of the country should
be kept at home The county
court for this place will be held
the first of next month.
Fruit and Shade Trees.
For Sale, Whole root trees,and
true to name: Two years old,
grown at the Sunny Slope farm,
known as the George ware farm.
I Mr. N. L Baker, manager • of
the Quaker Male Quartett,
| which organization was to have
•' been one of the numbers of the
Lyceum Course, will give a free
musical and reading number at
the School house auditorium next
Saturday night at eight o’clock.
nor “which was never correcvea great people aoa xuuuuuj
His enunciation of political ethic* charging the duties of a great
___* tint it was not office and that motive seems to
was not at fault, but it was not
office and that motive seems to
be ambition and personal fame.
All great men in public office
Court Clerk for Collinsville
The last legislature of Okla-
homa provided for a special clerk
at the court towns of Collinsville
and Chelsea and the News scribe
has been appointed by Judge
Bonds to this clerkship. The
meaning of these court towns is
for the convience of the public,
so that litigants, witnesses and
those having business in court
will not have to be dragged across
the county to try a minor case.
This is s saving to your pocket
book by allowing you to stay at
home to settie your disputes.
All cases possible, belonging to
WHAT’S IN A NAME?.
The Pure Food Grocery Is all the name im-
plies, a Pure Food Grocery. Can you ask
more? Everything clean, pure, fresh and
wholesome, a store without that offensive odor
usually found where a variety of vegetables
and other perlshisables are kept , for sale.
Clean, floors, clean windows, clean shelves and
tidy clerks to take your orders and see that
they are filled In the proper manner. Have
you ever noticed how your fresh vegetables
weredeliveredtoyou? Were they put up In a
neat clean package to protect them or were
they thrown Into a dirty delivery basket with
out a wrapper? Notice your next packages
from the Pure Food Grocery.
PURE FOOD GROCERY.
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Wright, W. L. The Collinsville News. (Collinsville, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1910, newspaper, October 13, 1910; Collinsville, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172545/m1/1/: accessed July 15, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.