Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1907 Page: 3 of 6
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Want In The Drug Line. Your Patronage elicited.
ORDINANCE NO. 67
Ordiainoe relating to Gambling
hi 1 providing for 'he seizure aod da-
bt'• lotion of gambling apparatus.
fc? it ordained by the president and
b «rd of trustees of the town of I'rague,
l.ioooln County, Oklahoma Territory:
8jo. 1. That every person who shall
win lintae ooporate limits of the said
,o«a permit any gaming table, bank, or
an alog device prohibited by this ordl-
i a >00 or section one of ordinance No,
E,(j to he set up or used for the purpose
, t gambling in any house, building, shed
l.elcer, booth, lot or other prern sos to
mm belonging, or by hliu occupied, or of
uohhebatb atthe tliud possession or
i o itrol shall be, on conviction thereof,
a ljudged guilty of a misdemeanor, ana
pu liihed by a tine of not less than teu
d nUra n jr u ore than twenty dol-
for each oilans*.
doc, 2. That every person who shall
within toe said town Knowingly lea"
r.,at to another any house, building or
uramUei for the purpose of setting up
of keapiag ther lu an/ of the gambling
UdVloes prohibited by the ordinances of
nil town against gambling shall be
..emed guilty of a misdemeanor and
,u c juviotion be lined in any sum not
I ..a tnan teu dollars nor more tuan
t venty-tive dollars for each offense.
6ec. d. Taat every person duly sum-
m me I as * witness for the prosecution
u dJfansJ OJ any prjceellngi
Of ought under this ordinance, or seotion
o.u of orfllnauoe numoer 50 who shall
i,ob'lect or refuse to attend and testify
, n quirod, is guilty of a misdemeanor
ttie oourt shall forthwith .Issue his
■>arrant for suoh person who so neglects
U. re.uses to attend nd testily. The per-
„u so otiending shall be Bued in any
,UU1 not exceeding twenty collar* 'or
dec. 4 The marshall of sail town Is
ticieby empowered authorized, and en-
j , nod to arrest auy persju found vlolat-
i ,g this ordinanoe or ssctlon one of or-
a .aace number 53 and to seize any table,
oar Is, dice, or other devioe or apparatus
euitableto be used for gambling pur-
poses found in the possession or under
ti.ni control of the person so arrested
a .d to deliver the same to the inagis,
t ^.6 before whom the person so arrest-,
ea is required to be taken.
deo. S The magistrate to whom any
thing suitable to be used for gambling
p .rposes Is delivered pursuant to the
,, regoing section, shall, upon the examl-
i ation of the aocused, or if snch exsmina-
t ui is delayed or prevented, without
0 .aialng such examination, determine
ihe character of the thing so delivered to
him, and whether itwas actually em-
pi >>ed by the aeoused In violation of
u.e ordinances or said town against
gambling, and If he finds that It Is of a
c:.ataoter suitable to be used for garnbl-
1 .g purposes, and that It haa b«en so
u^edby the aeoused In violation of the
o dinanceg of said town aginst gambling,
lj shall cause the same to be destroyed.
tiac. 8 No person shall be excused
lr <m giving any testimony or evidence
any investigation or prosecution
iJr a violation of the ordinances ol
s.ii town against gambling upon the
a,, und that suoh a testimony or evl-
oe ice would tend to convict him of a
, ri ae, but suoh testimony or evidence
b,.all not be received against him upon
#llJ criminal Investigation or prosecu-
8<c. 7 This ordinance shall be In full
fw ce and effect from and after its past-
*■ g \ approval, and publication as requir-
e : ,y law. Passed and approved this 7 th
u y of October, 1907.
J. O. MEYER
The Farmers Gin will be in operation next week-
If it is Rigliam you- want for aprons or drosses the Lea
er has it, all colors,i" cts per yard.
The Marshals ami Indian I'olije will lo.w* their job in
I. T. next month. The cival officers will talfe charge.
Now while you can get them—get some ot those bright
cjlorfd tricots. Others ask 3S cts, 'he Leadeas price per
ya-d 29 cts.
The banks are paying out from $1-,(X)0 to $19,000 per
day. Who said Pragae was dry and would have no business
Say men, any time you want the best hat thats made, a
hat witn character and good looK you shoul 1 go to the Lead
ei for it.
The Sparks Review waiis over the shell name out-tit rob-
bing their citizens and a strong statute against it,
brother, it is the strong officer that makes a statute goof. . <>
shell game at I'rague with some show. Prague has a Marsh-
al that refused $50.00 as a bribe- First the law, next the o
ficer. No officer, no law. See?
The Leader is offering some values in wool plui'ls that
we defy all competition Cray nnd brown mixtures, beauti-
ful colors. At other stores, 85 and 5o cts our price, 2M cts-
In the International convention at Atlanta this wcel.,
with Jalegati's from oust all nations the spinners of the
world determined to buy cotton in the future of the pro-
ducers and not be governed bv the gamblers mariiet. The
middle men are to be canceled.
The Leader has junt received a big shipment of cotton
and wool blankets, you will need some soon. Before you buy
get the Leaders prices.
Prague should get a n ove on herself! Let us guarantee
water. Railroads are waiting impatiently to give us passen-
ger and freight division. Let counccl and commercial club get
active, get in touch with the railroad people. We must have
water. There can be a b->nu., raised here ofj$;>,000. Let u---
do something to make Prague 2500 population. We [are en-
tirely too slow to build a oity, it takes action ah'i all togethei,
New silks with the touch of styles and elegance, most
depenablc quality and best values obtainabe at the Leader.
Your wide taffetas, new color*, vaiuc Jjl.25, now sold for 98 ct
TME LATEST AND BEST
One 5 year old pony perfectly
eitle. P i .• particulars s >o 11
T. Riddle, at Prague Natl Hank.
If you want the best job print
ng done in I'rague come to the
All the civilized world has
oeer. watching Oklahoma play
he three great acts, elect a Gov
i'nos, Prohibition •• nd a Con-
J. S. SHARKS,
i RBOADWAY. O. T.
F. H. NORWOOD
Ph*'sican and Surseon.
Office City l)]-ug Store
Office Phone No. 5ij; P- silence 48
E. E. HARRISON
Contracts all kinds ol" Cement Work Copping
Steps, Walks, Cellar Floors.,
: _i Work Guaranteed.
E. E. HARRISON.
Oklahoman $1.00 , I his paper $1.00 per year
Both papers 1.50 per year
Capital (weekly) and Patriot, including Oklahoma
St. Louis Republic, t\\ ice a week, a term paper
and Patriot... . . * •' °
Dallas News, twice a week, and patriot 1.75.
Kansas City Journal and Patriot 1.15
Wichita Eagle and Patriot ..1.15
Kansas City Weekly Star and Patriot 1.15
Patiot and St. Louis rura ute Republic 1.15
a whole year ..3.00
Patriot and Bryan's Commoner 1.65
* r Inquire at this office for prices
Lien Alexander has platted a new Addition to the
CTy of Prague on Barta Avenue, the public thor-
oughfare of the city, cornring with the town site o
Prague, only a few minuts walk to the cenef2
city and po.«toff'ce,
iti > i is 1 >vcly, elevate 1, well drained, healthy an«l cone
Aenient; water good anywhere in 12 to 25 feet of the surface. A
superb location nothing better and uneqnaled for a desirable
Now is the Time to Make a Seleclon.
It ;s well known that I'rague is the best town in Lincoln
county, does inori business, handles more eolton and farm pro-
ducts than any other town in the adjoining counties.
Prague is growing rapidly, putting in waterworks; will soon
be a railroad division town and an oil mill will go in. Property
is bound to advance. A tine opportunity lor investments. Pop-
ulation will double in the next two or three years. With another
railroad property will double. Now is the time to get in the
the procession of advancement that is to come, his is one of the
Finest Homi Locations in the City, Don't miss it
It want something special. Many homes will be erected on this
addition. Call on or address
Sandlin & Wells, Prague, Okla.
The Patriot, State Capital]
Oklahoma Farmer, three week
ics, local and national news, in-
•lu.ling U) page book "Statis-
tical Olahoma," and map ot the
new statt and the constitution
ti pamphlet form, all tor $1.35.
U-st offer yet not halt price. Call
nd see us.
New Poultry Market.
Win. Ylasak Produce Co. will
jay highest price for chickens
ggs and butter.
and WAGON YARD.
Prompt attention given to tran
ient t rade, and prices reason-
able. Known as the Baker
)arn. Call and sp/ us. : : :
The prescription department
ilie most important feature in
,iir store, T. C. Hatcher and Co
... advtoi. now to < bt U i pan nta,
pjrrighta,dik, in all countries. I
<sin, • Jirrrtvith iru.J/h^ton saves tim*A
tonrv and oftrti the patent.
Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively.
W rito < >r com© to uh at
>23 Ninth Btrwt opp. United BtfttN Patent Offlc
WASHINGTON, D C
iuit 1 and 2 First N^tioi.al B*nk hd'K
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes,
LAP S. CAPS, LADIES DRliSS goods
Staple and Fancy GROCERIES,
the best of everything.
FLOliR. Wholesale and Retail.
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and Prices. "To Live
and Let Live" is our Motto.
! F. R. VLASAK
jino south brjadway, prague, okla
o- fcah. u< . tMi
PHONE NO 4f>
P. HALL, Proprietor
lin>s Wheat, Oats and Corn at Market Prices.
Wholesales Grain, Feed and Weal
Exchange Mial, bolted or uibdted, arid Cli it
Corn in any quaniy, or Chop by the bushel.
ALWAYS MAVINO Chl)l> AND nBALON HANI). NO W Al IINU TO UMINO
Prague Mill & Elevator Co.
See I)i<. HAMS AH, Prague
Blacksmitliint; and Mm-bin-
work of all kind-, dorip oo short
notice. Tools ai'd tnachinevy to
do almost all kind> of -.vork in
the country. Special ntteution
(liven to horst* shoeing with
■pecial skill for deseas '.1 feet.
Took a coarse ol >. •
department. All ncv, * n;gu:ir-
adteed. Shop on \V,-st Mam St.
J. L- McUAMKLS.
J. A. Brandon oi Rock, Kansas, i^ in trie city.
W. A. Turner spent Saturday and Sunday in Okemah
J J. Coyer beginsoperationthis week with his new str
Miss Belle Kingsbury from Colorado is here looking aft* r
Many farmers are saving their cotton to be pf.nned in
the farmers Union (Jin.
\Y (.'. 1 t.ter bought i 40 acre farm last ween th'
miles S. \Y. of Shawnee.
i he Leader i> selling the plump heavy flee-.- mi
twill outings v- >r- !i 1 J ct> at sj et-, per yd. N t th ; i >'Jil
stuff that others ofler you.
Mr. Eirnest Swi?at an'l Miss Iw-t Miller slip ■ 1 w.
M!-,s N ir;i Cowan Sunday.
Mrs. E. Jukes visited her lather at ShiWue • .
it his 7 ili anniversary.
Joe K'abzuba sold his farm to KoZak, oui .i
last week. Censideration $4\'jX).
Mr. Graham of the firm of Barrett Graham in this
-ity spent Saturday night in this city.
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