The Rocky News (Rocky, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 12, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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TO OUR FRIENDS 5 CUSTOMERS:
We are in better position than ever
to serve you this year.
Through your co-operation we had a very successful year
last year and our prospects are much better than at the be-
ginning of 1910.
We believe that it is only through the help and influence
of satisfied customers that our business continues to grow.
We are always in position to take care of your business.
Citizens State Bank
Rocky Will Grow
At the last meeting of Itoeky s j
Commercial Club it was decided
to build the large two story bus-
iness brick. The work will be j
rushed and a big dry goods
stock will be put here as early |
We have it from good author- j
ities that a move is on foot to
have established here a new
grocery • store with an immense
Several strangers have been |
in Rocky in the past Jweek with
a view of looking for a business
location here, and at least it
will be looked for Rocky to have
some new firms going in at an j
early day; all of this with thei«|
Farmers Co-operative Crain & §j
Supply Co. already established
and the big new dry goods firm
coming Rocky will grow.
And it won’t be long now un-
til a big drilling oufit will be
unloaded here to begin to drill a 9
deep well for oil.
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We wish to announce that we have
started an OIL STATION at Rocky.
We carry a full line of Peroleum Pro-
ducts. Let us know what you need.
Our motto is Quality and Service.
I Oil Co.
TIPP McCLURE, MANAGER.
Rocky now has a good com-
mercial club with enterprising
i members. They are doing good
work and are pushing things.
If any one wants to get Jin on
the ground floor here now is his
opportune time, property is go-
ing to advance right away and
later the little fellow will be
B. A. Dyas was in Cordell
Mrs. Cora Tharp was at Cor-
J. D. Dietrich for Genera
Blacksmith, Disc Polling and
| Electric Welding.
Mr. Bell Ward is reported on
the sick list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hanna
were Clinton visitors Thursday.
I). E. Burrow and lady were
Hobart visitors Tueasday morn-
Mrs. Walter Wilkinson is vis-
iting relatives at Vernon, Texas,
this week while Mr. Wilkinson
has gone on a trip to New
Col. Blanton was a visitor
over night at Cordell Monday.
FRFE TRACTOR SERVICE SCHOOL
Leara Mow So Operate and Take Care
of Your Tractor FREE
In order that Tractor Owners in thi3 vicinity
may learn more about how to operate and take
care of the Tractors they now own or expect to
buy, we will hold a free course in Tractor En-
gineering, March 15 a,nd 16 in Buick Sales Room
(City Hall Euilding) Hobart, Okla.
1 The Avery company is sending us a competent in-
structor who will give yoti a course in Tractor
\ Operation and Care. He will show [you how to
grind valves properly, adjust your carburetor,
take ca,re of your magneto timing and ignition,etc.
He will also tell you how to take care of your
Separater, plow other machinery properly.
Whether you own an Avery Tractor, a Tractor of
any other make, or do not own any Tractor at
all, vou are invited to come. This instruction
is free and will be worth your time. If you
can't come and you have a boy who can--send him.
For further information, phone us or come in,
and we will tell you all about this Free Ser-
SPECIAL--The feature flim f ‘ Tractorizing Dad ' '
will be shown each night of the school at the
Anderson & Fitzgerald
Hobart, Okla., Avery SI.
Motor Farming, Threshing—and Road Building
Stoves and Ranges at Taylor’s.
Come in and let us sell vou one.
Dr. 1. S. Freeman went to
Clinton on professional business
Mrs. Jno. Haney went to,Cor-
dell Monday and Wednesday to
have some dental work done.
Dr. J. W. Tharp attended dis-
trict court at Cordell the first of
Buy your Tires and Casings
from W. H. Taylor. He sells
Buy your Hardware and Gro-
ceries at Taylor’s. He wants
your business and it will be
I take orders for tomato and
cabbage plants and potato slips.
Can furnish you with small or
large orders. T. M. Berry,
One Michelin Tire and Rim,
size 4x33, between Rocky and
Hobart. Finder please leave
same at Dyas Bros. 3t.
R. H. Evans and Harry Wil-
lingham have returned from a
ten days trip to New Mexico,
where they went to see Mr.
Evans’ brother who was sick.
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Car for Sale
We have a good Ford road-
ster in fair condition for sale.
Apply to the T. H. Rogers Lum-
ber Co.’s yard, Rocky, Okla.
C. A. Mayhew went to Hobart
Tuesday to get repairs for his
engine at the flour mill. ! Wante
_ A good man with a small
! amount of capital to go into the
Do not listen to discourage protjuce and Cream business,
men ts but have a little vim of Experience desirable but not
vour own. Aid our commercial
club to bring back the trade that Apply at box 485, Clinton,
belongs to Rocky. Okla. 4t.
MILLET—Great food for baby
chicks, 4 cents a pound. S. C.
W. Leghorn eggs $7.50 per 100,
Eggs for Sale
Pure bred beautiful snow
White Rocks for hatching pur-
pose, of 5 dollars per hundred
eggs. I. J. Burson,
Miss Esteline Skelley of
Weatherford, Texas, who had
been visiting her uncle, W. T.
Skelley, living 2 miles north of
town, returned to her home
Black medium size purse con-
i' ining between $25 and $30 in
money, a deposit slip on Gotebo
bank and seme trade money, lost
at Rocky depot or on public read
leading east. Will pay liberal
reward for same.
E. P. Williams,
It. Rocky, Okla., Route 3.
A complete line of High
Standard House and Barn
Paint. Every gallon abso-
T. D. ROGERS LUMBER COMPANY
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Walker, T. V. The Rocky News (Rocky, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 12, 1920, newspaper, March 12, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936397/m1/1/: accessed July 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.