Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906 Page: 1 of 6

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PRAGUE PATRIOT
A NEWSPAPER OP. BV, AND FOK PUAOUE AND VICINITY.
Volume 3.
Prague, Lincoln County, Okla,, Thursday, May 3, ItfOft,
Nuir.hci 34
Pastusek Bros, offer special inducements in Groceries and Dry Goods and pay the
Country Produce.
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BICi
Intro-
ductory
Mill
End
SALE
COHBINED,
Now going on.
i ir
Thousands of
dollars v • rth of
seasonal)!rner=
chad se at ab:nit
half then* true
value.
See Big Bills for Prices.
Be sure to at-
tend this big sale
as we will
have something
new each day
A suprise
to you and gen-
uine bargains all
over the house.
25 hig specials for Saturday
PINE «* HICKS
BIO Otr-l*T STORE CO.
N. Broadwav
TMEnAN AND THE DOLLAR.
In the days of Washington, Jefferson and JacKson, even un
to Lincoln, Greely and Sumner, was the honor age of the sil-
ver republic. Then man was held above the dollar. Then it
was a patriot said to England: "As poor as I am, England
has not money enough to buy me." Another said: "America
has thousands for defense, but not one cent for tribute. And
English gold failed to purchase liberty for Andre, but it is
different now. The dollar is placed above the man in this gol-
den monarchy. It is always so when a people become
prosperous. It was so when the Roman E a g I e s
were carried into Jerusalem it was so; whtn Christ drove the
gamblers from his His Father's house of prayer it was so;
when Iscariot betrayed the Sop of Man for thirty pieces of
silver it was so; when I'ilate biased his judgement in the trial
of the Son of God it was so; when the Roman Magistracy en-
slaved the people it was so; in the days of the Grachii it
vvas so; when Prance was plunged into a bloody revolution
it was so in the nineties when the supreme court of the United
States ruled the income-tax unconstitutional And it was
the same spirit that fathered the late Humphrey rulings and
good democrats and honest republicans condemned the U. S.
supreme court in the nineties and Roosevelt criticises the
Humprey decision lately on trusts, and the demjcratie plat-
form of 1896 is being vindicated.
Scissored-Graph*.
From Dallas (Texas) News.
There are many people to lu lj
Some need food and cl<>t:i
and there area few who should
be helped across the river.
Man is eithera ton or a ivn>
lutionist.
Maxim Gorky
willing to hurrah
who has a wholi
wives.
J. 5. SPARKS.
REAL ESTATE.
finds us lui-
over an\ man
convention < ;i
talk quite
not have
stice
KENTUCK!ANS CONVENT ION.
Last Saturday we, according to previous arrangements and
published call through county press, attended the convention
of Kentueiiians in Chandler and the meeting
of the railroad officials to arrange for rates to visit Louisville
during the "home coming" week of Kentuckians, June llth to
17th inclusive, and the understanding reached Was: that the
Lincoln county Kentuckians combine with other Kentuckians
and to send delegates to the convention to meet on the 16th of
May, to maKe final arrangements for a departure of visitors
to Louisville on the 11th of June from Oklahoma City.
We were more than pleased with our Chandler visit. We
| were made a welcome guest by the railroad officials (mostly
| the Frisco) at their table at the dining halls in the St.
; Cloud Hotel, and a seat in the official car and was com-
I pelled to turn down a warm entertainment at Oklahoma City
las business demanded our immediate attention at home,
j The officials present to meet with our people were: Mr. F.
I E. Clark, Wichita, Kansas, D. vV. A. of the Frisco system of
Kansas and Oklahoma; Mr D. C- Farrington, of OKlahoma
City; H. M. Swank, of Topeka, Kansas, of the Santa Fe; Mr.
M. H. Bone, of Dallas, Texas, of the Southern Railway. Mr.
Geo. H. Stein, of the Katy, not being present. Ihese Were a
genial set of men andlarejustly making these railroads popular.
WARWICK.
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On our trip to Chandler we had to kill some time in Warwick,
between trains, and we strolled up town and found a satisfied
aud contented people. S. Moody, in the grocery trade, does
a satisfactory business, has a very good stock and a good
farm near. D. c. Miller runs a grocery store as does Ramsey
& son. Wm-cherry handles dr.ygoods. There is also a fur-
niture store. Dodds & Sellers runs a livery by Mr.'Jas.
c eitham gin and saw mill. The town is favorably
located on the crossing of the Ft. Smith & Western and Fris-
co railroads. The towsite lays level and has elegant water
and is surrounded by a good country. An idea) place for a can-
ning factory. Everything grows profusely.
NEWS ITEMS.
The Mikado of Japan has presented $2oo,ooo and the busi-
ness men of Tokioand Asakagave $2oo,ooo to Frisco sufferers.
We thought North Japan was suffering from drouth and
chairity began at home.
□ Tore him to pieces. In Frisco, a poor, hysterical woman,
not knowing what she was doing or saying nor anything about
military rules, crossed the dead line and a brutal soldier
stabbed her with his bayonet and she fell dead, whereupon a
half hundred men surrounded him, tooK his gun from him
and literally tore him to pieces, notwithstanding his pleadings
and piteous begging.
New York, April 24.—'The California relief committee of wo
men today at a session at its clubrooms in the Waldorf-As-
toria decided to accept donations from foreigners in opposi-
tion to the stand taken by President Roosevelt. A resolution
to that effect was unanimously adopted.
Bellvue, Texas, was wiped out by
homeless.
Bryan declars empatically that the Filipinos are capable of
self government. About loo students of the college of Ma
nila drew up and pres9nted to him a memorial of the political
and economic situation in the Islands of more than 50 pug
cyclone last week; 60o
It we did not
much we might
many miscarriages of j
At the Contedcrate reunion
Texas was represented by -I I 7
camps—more than twice that ol
anv other state and over ha';
the total of 755.
Vesuvius has more hot air
than any candidate.
It is bad en >ug for a pr !
to be "without honor s;i it
his own country and his own
land," but to be without it u-
broad, too, is the limit.
It is well enough it" the dough
taced girl has dough-lmed
pocketbook.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A FARM,
Call on or address,
SPARKS & L
Prague, O. T.
.ONG,
3T MONEY TO LOAN ON HKA L, ESTA I K; LOANS am, INSL"R\NC
Spring and Summer
Suit:
FANCY VESA'S $5 AND UP.
MADE TO (T I Q A v() (TC AM)
ORDER. <P I O UP I antS UP
Suits cleaned and pressed $1.50; pants 50 cents, clothes chemi-
illy treated. All worK tailor made.
See C. M. SAIJLO, Tailor,
Prayue,
Oklahoni %
Davenport has only about 400
population and about 150 of tlu-m j
are Kentuckians and no feudists!
among them.
Wm Lane returned hist w< < I;
from a trip to Mexico and Texas.
He reports some nice country on
his route.
Cotton Warehouse Project.
At the rate of several each day, assur-
ances are received at Farmers' Uuiut.
headquaiters in 'his city that cotton
wirehouse projects are being launched
In every part ol t!n- cotton ntc:ion 01 the
state. President K. A. Calvin said that
every where he hag explained tile pro
posed plans of the farmers the memi eis
of the union have taken <|iiick hoM, a- i
the 200 to SOOof the waruhoi sei will l>.
ready for use In the fall, with capioi y
varying from 1,00" to 11,000 bale- M my
offers are already being made by ■ o -
oernB eager to put up the warehoi s s,
to attend to the bonding and to look af
ter the financing of the affairs, he said:
'Of course all ware houses are to be
near railways so that there may be ea y
transition of the stocks at any time and
any quantity aud shipment to any
point," he said: "It Is eipeoted In the
provision for bousing that there will not
be a long continued holding of the cot-
ton in the warehouses at any ooe time,
but that there will be a steady sale
of cotton throughout the year. No closed
season Is looked for and in lime no fluc-
tuations of the uiarket and niailnj; of
cottoa ou sale."
As a part of the plan for hai dllng the
cotton a conference will be held with
the ootton manufactures of America and
England In sitting of their association In
Washington City, May 1 and 2. Presi-
dent Calvin Is to be one of the represen-
tatives from the State l.'nioo and on
the program. Others who are to go
from TexaB as delegates from t " union
are F, W. Davis of Woodbioe, chairman
of the .State execu'ive ootnrnltt ", and
John Martin of l'arls, arottoo r„Her,
on buyer and bu-dnes* man of th. t
There will be representation from
national union as well, .11,d from
each of the State 1 nlons. Trav llender
son of Texarkana, Newt Qresham aud
pot'ibly others f. 'n Texas will go as
visitors, in the hope of furthering th-
work as otmlrm t if'he bo rd of Indus
trial education for Texas, Judge V, VV.
Gruhb# of Greenville will attend.
H. D. Mutto, formally of Pari , now
1th the Pirmert and Bank; rs W*re-
)u- nompany of Houston, was In cuti
r ieiterdsy with President il .
.. F. R. Vlasak ..
DEALER IN'
Groceries, Dry Goods and
. . Flour at . .
Wholesale Prices!
F. R. Vlasak, Prop.
p
rague,
Oklahoma.
REPOKT OF I hli CONDITION OF
■ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PRAGUE, OKLAHOMA TER.,
At The Close of Business, April 6, 1VO6.
1 Loans and discounts $43,395.05
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,635.18
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25,000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 938.44
Bonds, securities, etc- 337.115
Banking house, furniture and fixtures 8,000.00
Due from nat'l ban s (not reserve an'ts) $23,392 97
Due from State hanks aud bankers 9,968 25
Due from approved reserve agents 42.02LH1
45.0(1
455.00
61.73
h,220.50
1,500-00
85,01)5.32
1.250-00
Exchanges for clearidg house
Notes of other National banks
Fractional paper curency, nickels and c'ts
Specie
Legal Tender notes
Redemption fund with U. S- Treasurer
(5 per cent of circulation)
Total $167,221.64
LIABILITIES
Capital stock pain in $25,000.00
Surplus fund 1,250.00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 3,37127
National Bank notes outstanding
Individual Deposits subject to check. .$106,435.62
Demand certificates of deposit 2,700.00
Certified checks 1,716 35
Cashier's checks outstanding. 1,748.40
Total.
Correct Attest: Geo. R
. 25,000.00
112.600.37
■ ■ $167,221
Sutton.
Cashier.
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OKPICE HOOMS 4 A!v|>
2nd Floor 1st Nat'l Hi
H. NORWOOD,
Physician and Surgeon.
X-Rav Static Examinations, and Treatment for
Chronic Diseases.
OFFICE PHONE
47.
RESIDENCE PHONE 4H
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Overstreet, W. S. Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906, newspaper, May 3, 1906; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116124/m1/1/ocr/: accessed April 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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