The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Local Time Table.
No. 2, passenger .. 11:45 a. ui
No. 8, freight ........ 1 :10 p. m.
No. 6, passenger .....5:54 p.m.
west bol'n r
No. 1, passenger. . .. ..4:11 p. m
No. 5. passenger 8:80 a. in
A. F. & A. Mm
Meet every seeond
and fourth Monday
in each month at
7:30 p.m. All Broth-
as. Bakkett, w. m.
Yellow fever is abating in the
Fancy Doors, at Amsden's lum-
Go to Amsden's Lumber yard
for building material.
Silas Cushingbeyry(colored) "il f?°od physician and a
fell dead in the cotton ©eld" this"1man, and now comes the
We forgot to mention last week
that Dr. Cossp.v was run into and
his buggy ovt r,turned, and the
Dr.got one of the bones broken
in one of nis limbs. The !)'•. is
naming. . , " ' ;? that he has had some more ex-
The lad.es of the Kastern-Star pe*ience with a dnink man, and
wiil gtvea lestal social soon, par > ■ „ ■ ^ , '
ticulars later. (l-s suffering from knife wounds
Looks kind of old fashion to tU in! — .
ers in good
Heavy snows in the, north-
Gay Blake made his usual visit
tj Prague last week-
Lime, Lath, and Coal, at Ams-
den's. Lumber yard.
Miss Coma Striplin, yisited
friends in Gutnrie Sunday
Miss Ida; Robinson is spending
a few days in Ckeemah, I. T.
Rev, Poole and son went up to
Midlothia and Chandler Monday.
Leave your grocer order at R.
H. Mansur's, and they will de-
Howard Riddle returned to
the Indianola Business College,
last Sunday afternoon.
A new and nobby line of silks,
of various patterns" and hues,
just arrived at Goodman's.
All kinds of shelf and heavy
Hardware including Tinjware,
and the" best line of Graniteware
in the Cit.y—also Refrigerators.
Prague Hardware Implement
Remember, we keep the best
Harness, made of lirst class
leather. No better -made no
where at our price. Call and ex-
amine. Prague Hardware &
Cotton is 10i cents per pound
to day. About 8,500 bales has
come on this market up to date.
Our pred'etions will come true
yet. Cotton will bring 12 cents
and perhaps more.
Don't forget that if you order
from Vobornik & Williams, of the Illtt Jllt, Jt
Broadway meat market, will de-1 American" be^aust
liv< * " 1 '■ 1
see Mrs. A. J. Furgeson in Good
man's Dept. Store..
Leave your grocer orders at R.
H Mansur's, and they will bo
Miss Hazel Thompson Is assist-
ing in the post office in the ab-
sence of Mr. Jenkins.
Let us show you some of our
nobby styles in Fall Suits before
you buy. R. H. Mansur.
Mrs. Poole is spending a few
days at Arlington with her folks.
Mrs. Poole has not been well for
W. M. Jenkins, of our post
office, is now in Missouri. A sis
ter is at the point of dealh and he
is at her bedside.
We were in Guthrie, Monday,
md there was n,o stir on the
streets, not near as much as on
the streets of Prague.
Nails, Staples, and Fence Wire
and all so"ts of wover. wire, at
the Prague Hardware ■& I in pie-
men t Co.
Our prices are right, our
goods are the best, and we treat
you white. Prague Hardware <fc
Mrs. Southerland and children,
returned Monday evening after
an absence ol seven months in
Missouri. Mr. Southerland will
be on in a day or so.
Choice rooms, plastered, fin-
ished neatly, furnished 'or un-
furnished, to suit parties, at
reasonable rates. For informa-
tion call at this office.
Mr. P. A . Walker, and Mrs.
Thrasher, got a large petition of
signers for theGallinger Amend
ment to the statehood bill. Yes,
there will be a bitter tight.
The Fillipmos are preparing
for a grand reception or' W J.
Bryan when he arrives at Man-
illa. rIhey love him as no other
he favored an
JERRY 15 NO MORE.
Jerry Simpson is dead alter
thuch suffering the past month
or so. He passed quietly to the
beyond on Monday morning, at
five minutes past six o'clock, in
Wichita the central theatre of
his activities and achievements.
He served three terms in con-
gress wiih no little distinction.
He was the chosen leader of the
peoples' movement. He was a
man who had honors thrust up-
on him in advance of his intelli-
gence. v. . •
| Money to loan on Chatties, at
reasonable rates. W. H. Hunt.
XI. II. Bonar has opened up a
Meat Market, on South Broad- ■
way, and will keep the best meats, his home last Saturday night,
the market affords, and invites and all had a pleasant time. The
• ill mis <>1(1 customers, and new crowd presented Mr. Vaughn
ones likwise. He says we with n nice'watch chain and fob.
to make ah honest living. Refresh moots of tea, coffee, cake,
mly first class meats will be pickles, and bananas NV£V?
offered. , , served
Many of the friends of Mr.
Clarence Vaughn's gathered at
Wm. Vlasak alw ays so robust,
and now so thin'and wan, is
because he has suffered so much
recently with piles, but is alright
now, because Dr. Hannah, the
expert., physician, and surgeon,
haSMperlormed a successful op-
eration on him. And William
speaks in "s'ky-si-raping extolat-
ionsdf the OVA skill, and well
he should lor relieving him of so
direful a malrtdv.
Be,Prepared for the
| FUTyRE ======
VVINTE-. wilijsoon be with us, and that means new Wraps,
new Shoes, new Clothing and Warm Goods of every descrip-
tion. Our Store is lull in each department of Brand Now,
cptodate goods of every kind. Our buyers spent, six weeks
in the Eastern Markets in search of Good ThinOS at a price
that will make competition "wonder, where they are at."
LiO.N T BUY until you have looked us over it will be to the
interest of your Pocket-Book to do so- Tickets given with
each purchase. ......
Ladies Ready-made Garments
An elegani Beaver, nicely
yiade up, in tans, blacks and
grays, about 5'J to select
from, at 71 each
Better grades from
^ 11.(10 to Sl'0.00
See these before you buy.
Silk Suits in Uptodate styles
in plain and changeable col-
ors, that would sell for $20
in cities, for. ... Ill fiO.suit
Silk Skirts, at $5.00 to 50
Tli'-y are sure dandies.
- | ""in ii.a.n, uri/dust- in- laviirpu an
meat o uny part ot the city j enlarged liberty for the l.-lands.
free of charge. No extra chargt
for slicitlc either. Phone 4"2.
Miss Roosevelt has returned
from the Orient, and her presents
she said were insigniticant, in- out of
'|The whites are preparing to
stead ot $50,000. The customs
officials seemed to take her word.
It it had" been one ol us our
trunks would have been search-
ed lor duty goods. Thus it is to
ceive him on a grand scale.
Jack frost has fixed the cotton
bloom and took the verdure given
nature and we- are in the
scar and yellow leaf of autumn.
The flowers have bowed their
heads, and the song birds have
flown to the south land, and, all
the wgrld is putting on its winter
garb of mourninj
Ifi Cashmeres, Broadcloth, Panamas
Serges, made' to' fit, in all the late shade
styles; about -100 to select from, at
An extra good line, at 3.48
Extra Heavy Wove h'lceced Underwear, the Regular 75c. Kiuu, at
CLOI M N(i!
CL./I hilMi I
J. H. PATTERSON, dealer in
General Merchandise, Dry Goods,
GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES.
The Freshest and Best of Everything uptodate. A robby line of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, and Novelties the Sharon.
We court competition and invite inspection, prices and quality of
goods considered. Everybody invited. We mean business and go-
ing to do it right.
Mules bought and gold. Highest price p id for Cotto , fqual to local railroil
towns. We raise mules, corn aud oats on our ranch, keep a team on the r ad at a
9mall expense. Pon't lorget. j. h, PATTERSON, Kkokck Fat i.«, Oki a.
.. F. R. Vlasak ..
We have bought some extra good values, and nlso some l!ig
Snaps in this.line, aud it will pay you t.> look us over before
.you buy. We will sell you a strictly eli Wool suit, nicely made
up, for *7.-IS, that is generally sold at $10 00; and mens'suits
from «j2,ll.i to 0'', and that means something, irom an all
cotton, that wears well, to one of the nobbiest things on
Shoes! Shoes! Snots! Shoes!
We handle the Stir,the Selz Royal Blue, and the Famine Queen Quality.
, . These thret) bta d$ teed no Introduction for their goo I qualities.
I 5 Give us a call for your Fall bill.. Compare quality and price and then
I / he yonr own judge.
i I^'The Leader." Respectfully, M. Blumentual.
y;oad V« ues Up-to-date «n Style. Material und
Our Octobs Offerings
Street Hats, assorted Styles and Col=
ors, worth $1.50 to $3.00.
| TOMMY ATKINS and POLOS,al' c-ilor.*, worth fll.tO and up. We have a v< ie:\
[ «f Uale and make all klnJs to order; nest ies we k-ep all s rts of Ti Iro ulngc, Lace
Ribbon9, Si ka, &c. I)re*s-making, cutting and titling to ord.-r Every one
j know s the 8 flU Phi NQ iMilllnfrv Is a syoonitn f ir goo I w rk and ari-itio ffnish.
I Call und see them on South Rroadwav. MISS CO M A 8 TRIPLI NO
Groceries, Dry Goods and LIVERY, FEED
. . Flour at . . and WAGON YARD.
F. R. Vlasak, Prop.
J Prompt attention given to tran-
| sient trade, and prices reason-
able. Known as the Baker
barn. ' Gall and see us. : ;
There hai been ohjejtlong niadu to the
manner In which our grand jury was se-
bcted. Itse ins that while soma of our
precinc s made tht-ir election returns c ir.
rectly,others did u</t. ] he obj^ctl ju wus
in snbstanc, this: That the C'otirt e red
iu diare^ariUng the township li t', wh'cb
were proj erly drawn and verillnd mco rJ-
In'lf in law. The ol j^ction was ipade by
Hon. John Kmbry, In be >alf of the nun
allegi d to have coin nitted the murder at
Sparks a short lime airo.
Jane eat Jam. and Jan . eat Jelly,
jane went to bed with a pain In her—,
Now don't ^et excited or don't jjet misled,
For Jane only had a pain in her head,
It-it she would not have had no pain at all,
If shft bad eaten at the Lkk Watts' Res
Lkk Watts, Propr,
Cotton Yield Past Three Years.
In 1004 the U. 8. raised
In 1903 the " |
In I9()2the "
This year there will be about,
Up to October 18th, the uln* of the
United States l ad ginned 4,940,728 bales
of cotton; last year, to this da'e, the vi m
had Klunei, (1,417,894 bales, and In 1903,
the gins up to October 25th, hat gli ned
Best on Earth. What?
Of course, "Yukon's Besf'and
"Good Luck." That is what eve-
ry housewife says who uses Hour
manufactured by the Yukon Mill
& Grain Company, of Yukon
Do not fail to let us figure
your lumber bill. We arc se!;-
inn at the very closcst price
possible. Amsden's Lumber
At the solicitation of many of
the lpadinfj citizens of lvrague,
Dr. Gilroy, a regular graduate in
dentistry, has dccided to locate
Dr. Gilroy lias had several
years' experience in many ol the
large offices in the east, and if
you are in need of the services of
a dentist it will certainly be to
your advantage to consult him
Dr. (Jilroy is a graduate of the
o|dest dental enheye in America,
and 11;is license for many st:it< ;
in the union. Office over First
>t ctvts ihi-. cesr ps.suirs.
Tfc* SMITHSONIAN E
I COKRta r
\ ,n any
W liALL, Proprietor.
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Overstreet, W. S. The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1905, newspaper, October 26, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116092/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.