The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 4, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Local Time Table.
No. 2, passenger .... 11:45 a. no
No. 8, freight 1M p- m>
No. 6, passenger 5:54 p. m.
No. 1, passenger 4:11 p. m
No. 5. passenger
. 8:30 a. m
A. F. & A. M.,
Meet every second
anrl fourth Monday
in each month at
7:30 p.m. All Broth-
ers in good standing cordially
welcomed. Jas. Barrett, w. m.
Prof Lincshied Xmased at
Howard Riddle spent a couple
of weeks at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Riddle dinnered
with Mr. J. C. Smith Sunday.
Miss Eva Schumate Xmased
at home, somewhat indisposed.
w. H. Good from Ohio, has
bought the Heimer farm west of
See Hampton for clothing, for
less than they can be had at
Alva Hodges spent a week
The next time Prank Vlasak
slips off and gets married with-
out telling us about it we— well,
Leave your grocer order at R.
H. Mansur's, and they will de-
Miss Ina Miller, who has been
visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. w. williams, re
turned to her home in Kansas
Miss Vivian Wilson says we
missed a nice fruit cake while we
were away last week, we re-
gret that but hope for better
luck next time.
O. C. Hartwell says he likes
Christmas cake and has a special
cake tooth, but worse still he
wants the cook too, but well,
he wants too much-
Miss Pearl Albough of Shaw-
nee, spent Xmas with Miss \ ivi-
an Willson, one of our city's es-
teemed young ladies and efficient
clerk's in the Goodman Depart-
Don't forget that if you order
from Vobornik & Williams, of the
Broadway meat market, will de-
with home folks, returing Mon- j-yer meat to any 1Jart of the city
day to Shawnee.
Miss Cora Casey spent the
holidays at home, returning to
her school Sunday-
Miss Cora Kennedy has been
on the indisposed list for the
past few days.
Leave your grocer orders at R.
H. Mansur's, and they will be
Mr. Henry Johnson's folks
who have been very sick, we are
glad to say, are better.
Call at Amsden's lumber yard
for lumber. Prices as low as the
lowest, considering grade.
By mistake we failed toinclude
the best Bohemian songstress in
the Barber musical, Mrs Von-
Geo. C. Barber and daughter
Avis, of the First National Bank,
spent Xmas in Arkansas.
Let us show you some of our
nobby stvles in Fall Suits before
you buy. R. H. Mansur.
Now is the time to get good
pictures. Those pictures you
have been promising your friends
While the prices are right at
Shumate's Gallery, Prague, Okla
Our much esteemed friends,
Mr. Shelby and Mr. Thomas, are
visiting their sunny southern
home in the famed southland of
Tennessee and Alabama near
Shilo's dark and bloody ground.
A'e remember Captain Massin-
gill and Captain Goodloe as well
as Bob Garrard and the Bainses,
and the good old steamer May-
flower that plied those southern
Waters and as far north as St.
Liuis, and on whi^h we had the
pleasure of being a passenger a
couple of trips.
Candies, fancy and choice, for
church and Christmas Festivals,
at lowest prices, at E. E. Lomr's
R. H. Mansur has just received
new line of CloaKS and Dress
SKirts. New snappy styles.
Don't fail to see them.
Everybody who is in arrears
for the Patriot. The editor would
be pleased to have them call and
gladden his heart with the Al-
mighty dollar. Don't be bashful
but speak up manly, and act like-
Watch the People
Rush after that "Good Luck"
and "Yu on's Best" flour. Why
such rush? Because it's the best
flour on earth. Manufactured
by the YUKON MILL & GRAIN
CO., Yukon, Oklahoma.
Broadway Meat Market.
MEATS ok ALL, KINDS, fke9h
GOLD HAND BRAND OF
HAMS AND BREAKFAST
HO V 15 HEN DEIt-
BEEF AND PORK SAUSAGES,
BOLOGNAS and WINNIES,
MINCE M CAT,
free of charge. No extra charge
for slicintr either. Phone 42.
Anyone wanting the picture of
the crowded streets that we took
a few days ago on Saturdry can
get them at the Schumate Gal-
lery. They are all right and
show a busy scene in Prague as
S^~Notiiing but the Best of Everything. I3?"Highest Mau
KET PRICE PAID FClt CHICKENS.
Vobornek & Kinsey, Prop's.
Prague, - - Oklahoma.
A New Jeweler . . .
I am prepared to do all Kinds of work in
F - 2133
As well as...
ewe I r
And will keep on hand
A nice assortment of
CLOCKS AND GOLD-FILLED WATCHES.
SOLID OOLD RINOS, BROOCHES and
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES
Also Silverware. Everything Guaranteed as Repre-
sented. Being a Graduate of two of the best Optical
Colleges in the Country I am prepared to tit Glasses
Scientifically, Correct Defective Vission*, Eva-strains and Mendaches
by the use of Properly Pitted (ilassef. I have the Latest Devices
and Instruments All Necessary Apparatuses to bxaminetha eyes
All Eyes Tested Free
Miss V. E. Hunt
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
At the home of Frank and Miss
Leoti Overstreet, last Thursday
night, Dec- 29, was assembled a
very select crowd of young folks
from city and country in re-
sponce to inclosed invitations in
peanut shells. The rooms were
decorated with mistletoe boughs.
Nearly fifty guests enjoyed
themselves taffv pulling, etc., un-
til a late hour when all departed,
and in the absence of joyous rip-
pling laughter and the music of
organ and pleasing speech the
home seemed lonely.
Be Prepared for the
WINTER will soon be with us, and that means new Wraps,
new Shoes, new Clothing and Warm Goods of every descrip-
tion. Our Store is full in each department of Brand New,
liptodate goods of every kind. Our buyers spent six weeks
in the Eastern Markets in search of Good Things at a price
that will make competition "wonder where they are at."
DON'T BUY until you have looked us over—it will be to the
interest of your Pocket-Book to do so. Tickets given with
Ladies' Ready-made Garments
An elegano Beaver, nicely
made up, in tans, blacks and
grays, about 50 to select
from, at $2 74 each
Better grades from
$3.60 to $20.00
See these before you buy.
Silk Suits in Uptodate styles
in plain and changeable col-
ors, that would sell for $20
in cities, for. ... $11.50 suit
Silk Skirts, at $5.00 to $8.50
Thpy are sure dandies.
A RECORD PERHAPS NEVER BE-
PORE EQUALLED IE BC8I-
^ESS COLLEGE WORK.
The Byrne Business Colleges
are located as follows: Tyler
Com'l col'ege, Tyler, Texas; At-
lanta Com'l college, 24 1-2 White-
hall St., Atlanta, Georgia; Cap-
ital City business college, Guth-
rie, Okla ; Memphis Com'l coll-
ege, 46 N. Second St. Memphis,
During the past year these
scluo's, through their employ-
ment bu'-e.ius, have had more
calls for their graduates of book-
keeping, shorthand and telegra-
phy than they could supply. At
one of these schools seven calls
for its graduates were received
in one day from prominent busi-
ness firms. This proves two
things: First, that the Byrne
Business colleges tive a
thorough, practical business
training that meets the demands
ot the best business concerns;
Second, that there is room in the
business world for all voung men
and women who are well trained
in the commercial branches. The
following is one of the many com-
plimentary statements these col-
leges have received during the
Tyler, Texas, Dec. 22, 1905.
To whom it may concern: It
affords us great pleasure to state
that we have transacted a great
deal of business with the officers
and managers of trie Byrn j
Business colleges, and have al-
ways found theui to be honorable
and thoroughly reliable in every
respect. We do not believe they
wouldsend out statements of anv
kind that would tend to decivo
or mislead the public in anv re
spector that they would not car-
ry out to the very letter. We rt -
g.-ird the Byrne Business colleges
as commercial schools of the
highest type, thorough in every
respect, and we do not believe
I that .any young man or woman
desiring a commercial education
could do better than to attend
one of the Bvrne Business col-
leges. Very Truly,
J. T. HARRIS,
Cashier Harris Exchange Bank.
To voung people desiring to
| better their condition in life and
earn better salaries, we reco-
mend their attending one of the
Do not fail to let us figure
your lumber bill. We are sell-
ing at the very closest price
possible. Amsden's Lumber
In Cashmeres, Broadcloth, Panamas and
Serges, made to fit, in all the late shades and
styles; about 400 to select from, at
- 98c. to $7.50
An extra good line, at 3.48
Extra heavy Wove Fleeced Un erweai,
the K(|iulii 73c. Kind, at
CLOTH NO I
CL*/I HINU I
We have bought some extra good values, and also some Big
Snaps in this line, and it will pay you to look us over before
you buy. We will sell you a strictly eli wool suit, nicely made
up, for $7.48, tnat is generally sold at $10.00; and mens' suits
from $2.95 to $20.00, and that means something, from an all
cotton, that wears well, to one of the nobbiest things on
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
We handle the Htar,the Selz Royal Blue, and the Famous Queen Quality.
These three brands need no Introduction for their good qualities.
Give us a oall for your Fall bill. Compare quality and price and then
be your own judge.
."The Leader. " Respectfully, M. Bll\menthal,.j
THE HICKj ALMANAC !•()« 1006
The Rev. Irl R. Ilicks Almanac
will not be published for 1906,
but his monthly journal Word
and Works, has been changed
into a large and costly maga-
zine, and it will contain his
i storm and weather iorcasts and
other astronomical features com-
plete. The November number,
now ready, contains the forcasts
frovv January to June, 1906. The
January number, .ready Decem-
ber 20, will contain the forcasts
from July to December, 1906.
The price of this splendid maga-
zine is $100 a year Sec it and
'ou will have it. The Novem-
ber and January numbers con-
tain the Rev. Irl R. Hicks fore-
easts for the whole year, and
more romplete than ever, can be
had bv sending at once 25 cents
to the Word and Works Publish-
ing Company, 2201 Locust St.,
Saint Louis, Mo.
Prompt attention given to tran-
sient trade, and prices reason-
able. Known as the Baker
barn. Call and see us. : : ;
For Sale by
r> • ^ ^ PRAQUB,
P. HALL, Proprietor. Braniger, oklahoma
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Overstreet, W. S. The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 4, 1906, newspaper, January 4, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116109/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.