Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1906 Page: 4 of 6
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B E. Morgan went to Okemah Saturday.
Doc Thomas, of Elk City, is visiting homcfolk at tin; Thomas
Wink Whitwcil \ isited home folks at Okemah over Saturday
Mr. Join sou and wife wont to Shawnee last Wednesday, re-
John Davis tool' in the Democrai eommitteemens eonven
tiou at Chandler Saturday.
Mrs. Ja,^. McConnell made a flyinf trip to Bellmont Wed
nosday in a ' one hoss shay.
Mrs. Smith, ■>( Bellemont, died Momhr i t and was Inn
ied in Garden (Imve cemetery..
•Wo are glad that most every bod v thinks the Patriot - posi
tion on tin bond idea, is the right thing*
A. H. Patterson, the leading merchant of Kookuk I'alls
was doing business at the First National Bank iliuisday last
ti. W. Picuett as in tewn the latter part of last week and
reported things lively in his Haliwick and taking on shape
Miss Violet Hunt., Prague's distinguished oculist and jewel
or, will visit her folks in Kansas, starting Saturday.
Ed-M f-.nne' made a Hying trip to ShawmVVe<in, --id; \
eva to tn<M ! his tiiicle who came in on the train from texas
with a sick child.
Dirt was broke north of the Prague National Hani; for n
double VI Hit building r.OvlOO feel conerel. ii«I ■ v\a i \V. I
be occupied by Wade & it ranch hardware ciinpany.
I. in: Sunday Mr. and Mrs., Misses Eva and Lee Shumate
« i : Mr. A. 11,<• visited Okemah, diiiuerod at i.lie Itroadway
and re i: he evei
L l-i -iil.il was in town a few days ago and e\pr> ssed
himself as having H few ideas of his ow n. We exiio, t there
will be "soiuetlung doing" yel
Joe Wosterehil is able to be out again Mr. Wosterehil says
a stout mn>■ <- n :."t as m, I us any weakly fellow and can get,
fever heat em :gh to run an engine.
The voung folKt, including the T. C club, was entertained
by Miss Leoti Overstreet Saturday night at her home Re
freshments. cakes, chocolate, lemonade, ev
Screen Doors, Screen Doors,
Yes, plenty Ol them at Amsdcn.
Your eyes may t>e alright ns
far as you know, vet a searching
examination nuty reval some
delect in sight which il not cor-
rected may cause serious trouble
later on. 1. > cs t (sted Inc.
Violet E. Hunt.-——
Serein I)onrs, Screen Doors,
Yes, I> 1 uly ot them al Atiedetl.
A dlltrnctlva b ill occured at Margin!
flic*', of werii. iiiuiAaii wl.eBttleldu, ifnr-
deoi, brok* oat vlmtoti, Injrml roofs,
(trifled foot or two <lt>ep in pUnes.
Slnirl« hii • aipabiirrtd eight und nine in
r.hen In i:'rouuifi*rence. Awful urid lor-
ri>t IUI r«■ a Ihii. W e I ve had nice
ruins— no hailnir wind, everybody hap-
Mr A. .1. Whltmore wRa in our town
TiIh wet I looking lifter our political
ffi cub and talking an invoice of Ins
chances among the people for the ollioe
of slmrill Ho is a democrat of the old
bi hool and Bays he would not know how
lo lie anything else. We ire Impressed
with the Idea that if Mr. Whitmore went
after 1 imiu he voild t.e likely to (jet
him. Mr. Whltmore was before the
peopletwo yiate fgo, hot file year the
Democrats will have their Inning.
Space torhlds Uf t.o gay more this week
The anuounoem* nt of the two candidates
for the oflfine of sheriff of their reep c-
tivo counties, will apear next week, also
the announcement f our worthy to ns
man and friend, John Pivls
I Kings, Your attention is called
[to my splendid assortment of
| artistic designs iti solid gold set
rings. Throughout the whole
I line as in all gontls shown in
this store a high standard of
; quality is maintained at small
profit prices- a fact which the
public will soon learn and
which will qwicly ina^e this
store the center ol jewelry buy-
Violet E. Hunt
Dame rumor savs that E. B.
Harrington has so|:i out his
store and rented Ins building for
a \ c ir it no miscarriage.
Sere n Doors, Screen Doors,
Yes, p'eity of them at Amsden.
Governor Frantz of Oklahoma
contributes an article entitled
"'The New State" to the Mav is
sue ot Southwest, published fu-
tile Passenger Traffic Depart
j nient of the Rock Island-Ft isco
i The price of tiie magazine is
!5 cents a copy or 50 cents a
! year. Address all communiea-
| tions to 10'Jl Frisco Building,
St. Louis, M o.
i i -it * *' x .v
>).<' J I'nll'-rn*
yatr'i sub%< ripiloi ■ mi • • • • •
number, ,1 o<pnr<*. !• > ! ■ a riOrr g ts n M>' hii 1
tern I* rvf. \':,f In' i|
l adv Aitt'nr* U nmcd 11 «-t .ra'M •
libri .1 cash r. •!. •, sv, •> I ..--nt < ; ' • ' «
M es1 ...id I'remietri « (•. , \ ■ |■ .
■rut Irite. All rail tjik m. c/im in, :..«rV
Father Wile\ , f near Paden, a familiar visitor to Prague,
says he iii;.- had water me linns up the past ten days and will
lay the first ripe ones on Prague's market.
J. II. Franklin was in town a few days atro laving in home
comfort supplies He believes in every district attending
its own business; interlopers not to the cent rary
Joe H;i| ee is with us a^ain and to stav awhile. He will soon
open up '.lie Pr ,ue ('igar factory over the llrdy building,
and Mr. U ilatia will u'o on the road for the house.
An«- ne BPTifUnur ankotrh and description hp
qnlrl.iT ns'-'-rtaiu our opiiii< ri free whefcner tin
ii ih prohably pulcnttiMn. Coin.muilri.
. OMoHt air«>iicy f -r
h taken through Muun '
gpe-ialv tice, wit>mnit charpo, in tho
A handRnmoly illnvtrated weekly. I.nrgest otr
rnlattir. >>t any frlentltlii Journal. Trrn^ f , a
yrar; f"tir runnthn, (1. Sold t,y all iii'wh«i«>mU'i>
SViUN^ SCc.36,Br"^> New York
liraocb Otllco, <121 F Ht.. VV'jiahlngtoii, I.', u
Many say the lecture graft is a new one a rams horn blast
- an empty ; " I of brass tinkling not always for the good
of the ordet is laucli as for the almighty dollar l.ord help
the poor, no one else w'll.
Next Monday is city election. 11 behooves every man to
look well to h'- a,.. This is the year that fragile is uoing to
make her mai k as greater prague. This is the vein that
many thine!- * be determined in the wav of internal ini
provements and the un building of tli 1 city- 1 am not going
to tnaKe .on loiiii winded talk on the matter as the eandidati s
are well Kiiown < all. VVe favor the citizens ticke sln«l. for a
safe, conser iti\ 'business, honest and just to all, we would
kiadly and earnestly ask for the election of VlasitK, (i nines
and Casey an councilman of this city; they are business men
and fully identified with our city's interest. And we thin'
.las. li.irri: sho . d be elected police judge 1 am earnestly a-
gainst third term officials and, besides, we need a change in
fact the whole 1; ^et is all right. John Ferguson is without a
blemish and we think he will be elected, also Sparks, but a
long sermon ,s not necessary. All are well known men.
Wo had the pleasure of making the acquaintanca of Mr
Elias Riddle, of Maud, who is a candidate for sheriff of potta
watomie ( nntv on the democratic ticket. He was form 1 fly
from Monroe county, l\ent.ueKy, born and raised in the faith
of democrt '. His lif •> here is an open book, and he is noted
for honesty ;ind punctuallity and driuness and, all in all, Mr
Riddle, has the impress of a manof a "square deal" therefore
we hay p. ui readers in Pott county, Mr. Riddle will lu-
lu thf j1 i i . i ii.-t. conffded i'i linn. More later.
Mis. (leo (' ParlK>urand Mrs. Krumet O'Kune return' I
Saturday evening from their trip to Now Orleans,
expres;.inr; •; leliglit with their trip A group around
thei • fireside they may draw, in tolling all they heard and
what they saw
O. P. • itv-lif 1 liad a tine horse stolen from his place 3.miles
east 1 i 'sday night, and for the return oi which In
offers a I'twui .en dollars.
Via Santa Fe.
I'rotii April 25 to Mav 5, in< lusiv •, the Santa Fe will stll
round trip tickets t<, Cnlil'oruia ior $." U froui Kansas City
Li a \ ed worth, Atchison, St Joseph and all stations in
Kansas (jkl.i., .and Indian Territory. Long limit, libertil
stop over privelidges. The line on which Harvey serves
the meals, Pullman furnishes the sleepers, and the Santa Fe
(has ilu rest, ought, to lie good enough for anyone. Na-
ture, too, has In cn lavish m her gilts—the Grand Canyon
as a ' ingle instance. Learn more about the trip by find-
ing our folder, free.
If. fl. SWANK, Passenger Ajrent
The Atchison, TopeKa Santa Fe R. R. Company
Teeth Extracted A thre* room hons** nod vt! Moc k
of land for 8h1« In Boufhwett part of
Absolutely without pain. clly of Pr«« e .t . Iar^alu. Ktqi.lr^
If yon would kouw of a cuuoiry wh'nh
abounds io turkey, duck.qoall, nqulrre
and other riuuiii trains, with mauy a ^oud
chancH at deer, j:et a copy of the tuiiMll
hot k'ct "FeathFrs «*nd fidi on the pr i
t'o." It clip a. • sj' hunting ^nd tinhin^
lo tin* Oz^rks and io 'he St. Frau i-j Val-
ley. Seat r-eoo r^tjaeMt h\ A. Hilton,
(i-rn r*! I'liHanntei Ageot, Frisco Syptern
8t Loui«, Mo.
CHEAPK ATKM T() DEN VKH
Thf K'laco will s-ili dally until May 31
rouod tofp tickets to the above point at
fft-vAM jy reduced rates. Tlche ri Itinlied
t.t Ma) :il, except tickets 8/hi durlog
m nth of May to be hinted :iO days. For
lull Information i eefrl*co a^t or address
I). C. FARKINGTON, T. P. A.
Oklahoma ( lt>. v)kla.
DivlaUn P A^ent
NN ichitH, Kaoeab
LOW RATES TO CAI.I KOHN I THE
NORTHWEST VIA THE FRISCO.
Dally February 15 to Apiil 7. $25 to
California points and r I. ively a« low
rates to points In the northwest. Mapp.
scht-dules and other loformatlt n will be
cheerfully and promptly turn nhed u
application t .
I). C. Fa Kill NM TON T. P A.
Oklalion a L ) y, O. T.
F. E. CLARK, D n Pass.
Us time to think
There arc any number i t de-
lightful, inexpensive trips you
can make this year to s •, s ma ,
lake and ni oil ill ■■.in...
Beginning June !, exe | lion
. ally low rate ror ill • round trip
will be in effect to resorts in Can-
ada, Colorado, the N'. \v Fngland
stntes, New Yon., Michigan,
Minnesota, \ imin a Wisconsin,
Paeitic coast points, .111 ■ I to St.
Louis Chicago, 1' ; tsl.li l, etc.
I can n Ip joo lu jil«n ii r > ur ri...
I will J) (?!ad to for iff> \ > •] * i'h rw -
t- v-rouR p ns a < t / Ive v>n «h«
• ci einlt- ol tr«i , am) ate. d ti a'
particular* un >< u u a> ^ i-«4 Wive oj.
w. s 8 r.
Get eral P ss^utf r A; ., M K .V T. R
Wtinifwrlph* Bu Id'ng, d . Louis
Bridge and Plate
J. M. 5ANDLIN,
office tn !.incoi.n
t or my Ham; buiinino.
RATHf"-$aoo Per Day.
mple B in and Bath K o n in
eonnei'tlon. VVe enter et ;i cially to the
r V'-Imjg trade
S. A. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
On hands at all times.
Jennings & Hale
— DR. W.A. GOSSEY.
I Ml: LEADING URANDS OF I LOUR
Tin y arc Poaci' in the l^amilyjTlio Cook's Dtdiglit. ^
These I'opulat I'rands are Sold by d
J. M. PATTERSON, dealer in
Genera! Merchandise, Dry Goods,
CROC! RILS, BOOTS and SHOES.
The l-'roshost and H st of l\\a i ything uptodate. A robhy'linn of
LADIES' DLLS" (]'K)i)S, and Novelties Vm Season.
\\c coui ! i iunpi.'tit ion : <1 imito inspoctlon, prices and quality of
(foods eonsiden<d. I vcryboily uivitod Wo moan business and go
injJT to do it rinht
Mu1. h boutht RHil loHt, Hlnltsirt prlc* p Id fafCo'tQft,M)tii|l In l6(Hll rrtilrniU
tovi ? M • i 11in riH t i ir r-ni'1.. |o-p| .Mm on flip r mil i,
imall e*pi ni« bun'iims t ' II, I'ATTKKSON, Kii ki k Kaii.i>, Oki.a. j
PHY I IAN AND
office in rear end of Lincoln
Prajjur, - Okla.
Full linn of riding and walking
cultivators. I'lagm1 Hardwurc
& Implement Company.
American Sto< k. Food, and
Poultry Food, is the host. l'i.r
sale at Pastuse" Bros'.
Screen doors, wire cloth,
screen wire anil feneo and all
Kit.ds of wire goods at Prague
Hardware & Implement Co.
Take your poultry to Taylor.
See him before selling.
(lasoline stoves, water coolers
and refrigerators. Prague Hard
ware A Implement Company*
Cotton hoes, garden rakes,
sweeps and huzza rd wings. A
full supply at 1'"ague H'wVl A
A full lino of Li.sk, tin and en-
amel warn at Prague Hardware
iV Implement Company.
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I For Sale hv
Me Dowel I &
I . A O.VIA.
Ice Cream s'arlor,
COLD DRINK 5
SP^MK1 ^ I i.
.SOOTH RliOADU 1 V
Su< Ce.ssor tu O i. he \V • 1
— JOHN i .s==
A1 T o k N \ ■ I 1 avi ,
Upstairs < \ , .. itioual
PR AG UI OKI.A
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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; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc116124/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.