The Rocky News (Rocky, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, March 12, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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3 We Have a Good Stock of
Corn chops, wheat shorts and
We Are Also Distributors of
1 KANSAS EXPANSK )N
and ACME FLOUR
Every Sack Guaranteed.
WE WANT YOUR WHEAT
PHONE 40 - - ROCKY
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^J.OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOGOO OCT OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 300000 TCOOOO
REMEMBER THE WOODPECKER $
HE USES HIS HEAD. §
Highway garage j
Hugh W. Ferree, Wesley Cowles, §
Prop. Mechanic. i
The Kocky News
Published Every Friday
Otto Miles Warns Iona Ford
Against Taking the Wrong Road-
V. WALKER, EDITOR
Subscription $100 per year.
$2.00 per year out of the county,
'‘Entered as s cond-class mat-
ter July 17, 1910, 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 15e, 171c and 20c
per inch. Local reader lines 5c
per line. Title heads 10c per
We have a full line of Empire Oils and Gasoline.
When you buy your Gasoline of us you sea and known that
you get full measure.
Buckskin Tubes are the best buy for
Racine and Goodrich Tires None
We use only Genuine Ford Parts in our ropair work.
Insist upon having nothing but genuine Ford parts used on
Our Prices for Ford Repair work are the same as those at
the Ford Sale3 and Service Stations. Null’ Sed.
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
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Blackie Carbon: “Ah„ my fair
young miss, I’m just in time to direct
you right. Turn here to your left and
stop at the Inferior Gas Station-—get
a full supply of gasoline and drive
straight ahead to the Tombs.”
Just then Otto Miles drives up on
his motorcycle and says: ‘‘Wow! I
just saved your life. If you had taken
the other road, you would have landed
in Blackie Carbon’s Motor Tombs—the
death place for many cars. If you
want your car to live a long and easy
life drive down this road to the ORCO
Fountain of Youth. There you will
find the purest gasoline on earth—it
contains no motor-killing carbon.”
Blackie Carbon: ‘‘Foiled again!
That Otto Miles is ruining my business
—and he’s getting stronger every
Dr. Wm. Stanley
Day Phone No. 78
Night Phone No. 39
Calls Answered AH Hours
Dr. J. W. Tharp
Physician and Surgeon
Office North Main Street,
Phone No. — Rocky, Okla.
Voils, Lawns, wash fabrics in fast
colors, Taffatas, Meslins,
Crepes in snappy colors, and
Draperies. We have some
Ginghams yet at 30c a yard.
Triump Seed Potatoes at $3.75 per bushel. I insley
Tobacco at $1.00
bacco at 90c a lb.
lb Star and Horseshoe 1 o-
If you not a customer we want
you to come in and get prices.
H it S i 0 I 8
Joe Jicha, Agent.
FILLING STATIONS: Dyas Bros., Highway Garage. H. & M. Garage. W. H. Taylor
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
liobirt cr Sentinel
The Matter with America
i What’s the matter with Amer-
, . . ica these days?
Most every one has been busy Tqo many diamon.-ls, not
the last week. This includes go-, enough alarm clock3.
ing to sales, attending the meet- ( Toq many siik skjrts, not
ing in town and looking for the.^ b)ue flannel oneS.
new sewing machines.
A good rain fell here Wednes-
day night that will be beneficial
to young growing winter wheat,
though wheat is looking fine the
ground was getting dry.
Too many pointed toed shoes
Mr. Herman Swart and Mr. I an(j not enough square toed
Bunch attended the farmers
meeting at Rainey Thursday! Too many serge suits and not
night enough overalls.
Mr. John Ciddy was taken to Too manyconsumers and not
Cordell Thursday to be operated | enough producers
He is get-
on for appendicitis,
ting along nicely.
Miss Lilly Ryan spent
week end with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Cannon
Too much oil stuck and
enough saving accounts.
Too much evy of the result of
Emily I hard work and too little desire
| to emulate it.
Too many desiring short cuts
to wealth and too few willing to
Tierce"smidaVbpaythe,,11ce‘ , ...... f
Too much of the spirit of get
I Door South ol State Bank.
YOUR GARDEN SEED FREE
and children visited
and Mrs. W. A
Mr. and Mr. Homer Doty and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Will Hammons near
Mr. Fred’Sand and Mr. John I
Swart drove through from Cen-
tral, Ivans., Thursday ev nirig.
|The Maxwell proved fdthful
enough to get them here in two
j and a half days.
Messrs. Eugene and Roy Can-
non were Gotebo visitors Satur-
1 day and Sunday.
Miss Jeanette Swngerty spent
Tuesday night with Vera Bra-
Miss Mamie Killough visited
with home folks Sunday.
while the getting is good” and
not enough of Christianity.
Too much discontent that
1 vents itself in mere complaining
and loo little real effort to rem-
edy eondi ion-’.
Too much class consciousness
and too little common democ-
racy and love of humanity.-
Mr. Banks of the implement
house of Anderson & Fitzgerald
at Hobart was here Tuesday
and put a large ad in the News
advertising the Free Service
Tractor School to be held there
next M onday and Tuesday.
‘‘The High Dollar for You Means
Success for Us.”
Scott and Riley
Box Suppers Called Free.
Set'S Scott at Cordell, Riley
at Sentinel. Satisfaction
Leave Dates at Cordell Beacon,
Sentinel Leader or Rocky News.
SPEAKS TO THE PUBLIC
Dr. L S. Freeman
Physician artd Surgeon
Office in rear of The Rocky State
Phone Nj. — Rocky, Okla
Wc Print Sals Bills
There will be many public
sales in this section of the
country from this on. The
News office is equipped lo do
sale bills printing and will get
them up in good shape. Let
this office have your next order-
Love s U.’oatcht riewnrd.
“To love, overt If not beloved, Is to
have tho sweetest of faiths, and
riches ltneloss. which nothing can
taka from no but our own unworthi-
nose. •—l.elgh Hunt.
Get your Garden Seed Free by selling your
Mr. and Mrs. VV. F, GatlilT
returned Wednesday evening
Eggs and Chickens to Patterson. With every from several days visit to Sny-
will der where Mr. GatlilT went on
dollar's worth of Eggs and Chickens
give 1 5o . package of Garden Seed Free . These
seeds are fresh and all new stuff.
Bring us your Produce.
T. S. PATTERSON,
A good deal of wheat has been
sold here on the market this
week. Seme of it has been
hauled in by motor cars, two big
wagon loads to the car. What
will become of the good old farm
horse or mule? In two more
years those useful domestic ani-
mals will he extent.
My Father wan a akin spectaliat. Fof
yeans he made a study of that dread
There are two peneral types cf this
trouble, namely Dry and Wet.
I have put father’s two prescriptions
for these troubles on the marked. Da
not trike a substitute. If your druggist furo
does not carry it make Film get it for
you or write mo.
Use Dry Zensal for the dry, «raly
skin and Moist Zensal for tho «k’atcry
You will And Pry Zensal good for
Hives, Prickly Heat, Insect Hites. It
will remove pimples and leave the Rkin
soft, white and clear. A liberal Jar for
The Zensal Co. of Oklahoma City, Okla.
Nels Darling, Prest.
Sold by All Druggists.
Walter Wilkinson returned
'Thursday from a ten days trip to
1 New Mexico, also Mrs. Wilkin-
son returned from Vernon, Tex., j The farmers are also planning" to
where she had visited her mother, put, a big grain jbuuiness at that
Herman Swart went to Cor-
dell Monday to meet with a
large number of farmers who
are anticipating on a Farmers
Comparative Grain Association
organization, same as the one
recently organized at Rocky.
who was quite sick.
His Plen far Mero?.
"Young man. said tne magtutrs.S;
■everoljr, "the assault you nave
mlttml on your poor wife vj. .. a}
brutal. Do you know ot ar.y rci.bos
why I should not sand you to prison?’
“If you do. your honor, renliect ih»
prisoner at tho bar hopefully, 'it wtl
break op our honeymoon. ‘
Whan to Worry.
•*The hoop shirt la sursly coming,'
guys a fashion notii. but v*e refuse to
worry unUl laco i-upn for turn are op
dared.—Detroit Fvtia Preaa.
Power of Imagination.
A doctor, fronting an old woman
for typhoid fever, took her tempera-
on each visit hy putting «
thermometer under her tongue. One
day, when she was nearly well, tho
doctor did not take her temperature.
Hi* 1 had scarcely got Kid yards
from lhi> house when her •; ui called
him hack. “Mother Is worse,” said
the young man. “Como hack at once!”
The doctor returned. As he went Into
tho sick room tho old woman looked
up at him reproachfully. “Doctor,” she
said, “why didn’t you give me that
tube under iny tongue today? That al-
ways did me more good than all the
rest of your trash!”
A music tearlier, giving a lesson to
n careless pupil, was becoming impa-
tient with her. Finally, at u most
complicated part of a difficult piece,
the pupil lifted her hands from tho pi-
ano nnd searched for her handkerchief.
It was the last straw, “oh,” exclaim-
ed the teacher, "was there ever such
t girl? You lose your position, you
lose your fingering, you lose your hand-
kerchief—you lose everything!" "Oh,
no," responded the pupil, with a
twinkle In her eyes, “not everything!
1 1 haven’t lost my temper I"
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.