The Rocky News (Rocky, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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announcement Nfff’S STORE HOBART SOUTH Of COURT HOUSf
Gigantic Removal Sale
- * . !____a.ih »ii*napnt locution and yet unal
Subject, to action of the Demo-
cratic Primary, Aug. 3, 1920.
For County Judge:
J. L. JACKSON
For County Treasurer:
ROBT. G. burrow
For County Commissioner:
J. C. (Jake) W ESN bit
District No. 2.
Dr. I.S. Freeman
Physician and Surgeon
Office in rear of The Rocky State
j. D. Dietrich
Rocky, Ok la.
‘Get your Harvest'Grocery or.
ders‘.filled at Taylor.s. He
wants and appreciate your busi-
Miss Etta Marshall of North-
burns and Mis* Mary C n-gus
spoilt SHurday night and Sun-
il,^ with Miss Geneva laylor.
Get us fix up your car with
Casings and Tubes, for the hot
weather. Wo have the 1- tsk and
Mrs. W. H. Taylor and daugh-
ter, Loren, were in Hobart visit-
ing'Mr. and Mrs. W. Dilbeck
Sec the nice new bright Leno-
leun\ at Taylor’s. Why not fix
up your Dinning Room and
Kitchen bo it will be cool, for
the coming hot weather!
Wc are forced to give up our pre.ent location «»d « yet unable to
find another Therefore our entire Htock of Cutplass, . .
Silverware,^oye and Leather Coeds are ffoinft at Coat, and
many things at less than Cost.
Prices are so absurdly low that it will pay you to buy now for fu-
ture Rifts Many of our customers are even buying Chris
mas gifts now. As for those weddings that will come this
summer, buy now while *1 is worth $2.
Have you a Little Girl in Your Home?
vv,. hnve here the very doll she’s been wanting. Out enure
line of dolls are marked at Cost. We [are selling many tha
Santa will deliver in December.
All Stationery at a 2r. per cent Discount.
All Spectacles nt Cost.
Remember—Neff’s Store Hobart
South Side Square-BIG SALE-NOW
America’s Foremost Tractor
Wc Have a Good Stock of
Corn chops, wheat shorts and
We Are Also Distributors of
and ACME FLOUR
Every Sack Guaranteed.
WE WANT YOUR WHEAT
PHONE 40 - - ROCKY
MRS CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN & SUPPIV CO.
The Rocky News
Published Every Friday
tj /. V. WALKER, EDITOR
Subscription $1.00 per year.
$2.00 per year out of the county,
“Bantered as second-class mat-
ter July 17, 1919, at the post-
office at Rocky, Oklahoma, under
the Act of Congress of March 3,
Copy for display ads or change
must be in this office not latter
than Tuesday after noon of each
Display ads 15c, 17Ac and 20c
per inch. Local reader lines 5c
per line. Title heads 10c per
When in need of anything in our g
our line call on us.
| Dr. Wm. Stanley
Day Phone No. 78
Night Phone No. 39
Calls Answered All Hours
J. C. Wesner for
Wallis Superiority Proved
In Transmission Design
WALLIS was Cne/fint to en- Utile friction; Every gear k
close all running parts in oil. made od <i> U boniMd
£ SSS and
^pedont/eff the Wallis.0 "*
Wallis owners today are enjoy- >asy. rinil LI l)iL,l’ 'V ,• same
inK f,,,r» which no .Cher
' They know the simple Wullis street cars hears arc run in
transmission is made to obtain a “"aVrmore ahlmt thc Wallis,
mils power to the drawbar with pendable seivicc on your a
Our prices are right, and we appreciate your trade.
We carry a full iine of GINUINE tORD PARTS.
Alfo a complete line of EMPIRE MOTOR. OILS.
And you will find our stock of CASINGS and TUBES are
of the leading brands.
Dr. J. W. Tharp
Physician and Surgeon
Office North Main Street,
Phone No. - Rocky, Okla.
All our repair work must give
You can made dates at Guaranty
Bank at Hobart. Reference:
Any person I have conducted
for! Inquire at Rocky News of-
Residence Phone K52
Hobart or Sentinel 152
% Hugh W. Ferree, Prop. ---------
1 J Postoffice Hobart or Sentinel
We arc authorized to announce
in this week’s issue of our paper
the name of Mr. J. C. Wesner of
Foss, Okla., as a candidate for
the office of County Commis-
sioner for this, the second dis-
trict. of Washita County.
Mr. Wesner is a well to do
farmer who has resided on his
farm in the north side of the
County for the past twenty
years. Having made a success
of HIS own business, he will
doubtless handle the allairs of
this County in the same economic
way that he has handled his own 1 J-
private affairs, tflo is well and ||
favorably known by many good1*
citizens in this part of the
County, and from all reports _
will doubtless be a strong can-II
didate for the office.
Mr. Wesner informs ns that
he has bought a small farm near
Cordell and will move there this
fall whether he gets this office
or [hot, which will make it more
convenient for him it elected.
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DO YOU WANT
The lea! and Fire Test?
That are made hy the strong-
est and most reliable refineries,
then see Joe Jichafor the Em-
pire Brand. We have cylinder
oils for all uses. We have
stood and will get behind our
goods. When in need of any
Lubricants call on
Stop that Tied
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C . c/i O jy n <
r sc s 3
IS s- * 4 -/t
& "in ^5 iff -•
5 >sI 3
Snail Individual Threshers
11\« Williams Improved 1 bre sbers are built for
individual threshing, can be op3rated with 3 to 5-H. P.
Write for Catalogue.
.1AMKS 11. sr.DHERHY. President
Williams Mill Manufacturng Co. of Ark.
Mil W H.I1IU
Sold by All Druggists.
W. C. Alexander, a well known ! We make a home out of
prosperous farmer of Cordell h(,U8tL Meader A 1 ape.
route 6. was in Rocky Saturday,
lie was an appreciative culler at
the News office and became a
new yearly subscriber to this
A visible discharge from your 'exhaust
nine shows vou are losing money. Some
times it's imperfect carburetor udjustmentbut
often it is poor gasoline.
Stop the waste. Be sure your speedometer
shows full mileage for every gallon. You
can get it with
r ^Double dieted and’frce otlb
withsOrco win.rftow far-lcss carbon .n your erf m.kc drivtes
j ■*- «•“
;• Oreo fat any of these *
1 * :£
Rhone 110, Cordell. Okla.
Mr. Otto Burrow who is'
working in the bank at Oklaho- i
inn City has come home to work
a few weeks in the harvest. |
~j7 ' Joe Jicha, Agent.
• TILLING STATIONS: Dyes Bros.. H.ghw.y G.r»gc. H. & M. Goings.
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Walker, T. V. The Rocky News (Rocky, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1920, newspaper, June 11, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936313/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.