Prague Patriot (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 13, 1908 Page: 6 of 6
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We have concluded to establish a regular market t I'ra-
>;ue and all parties wishing to sell fat lio^s can lirinjr them in
on T ridav9 and Saturdays of each week. We nay the highest
Gkavktt & Emfj<v
Seed Cats For Sale
Inquire of .Joe Eret,
City Barber Shop.
Call on Mrs- II.
you want a nice
dress cut or
. M. H. Church
Oklahoman.. ..$1.00 | This paper 1 ,00 per
I?oth papers 1.50 per
Capital (weekly) and Patriot, including Oklahoma
St. Louis Republic, tv\ ice a wcck, a l;>rni paper
and Patriot 1
Dallas News, twice a week, and Patriot 1
Kansas City Journal and Patriot
Wichita Eagle and Patriot
Kansas City Weely Star and Patriot
Patriot and Bryan's Commoner
Tom Watsons Jettersoian magazine and P.itri >t> ..
Review of Reviews and Patriot
( Remenber the above Magazines are 1.50 I
j and !'■)(' alone thisis vour time
MeCalls Ladies Magazine and Patriot
New Idea Magazine and Patriot ...
Now is the time to subscribe for these great paper* next
year is Presidential campaign year.
To all paying up arrearage on subscription, we will give
a years subscription free to either the Kansas City Star,
Wichita Eagle or Kaiuas City Journal, call on us ami be
good, we have never dunned or troubled you much.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes,
HATS, CAPS, LADIES DRliSS GOODS
Staple and Fancy GROCERIES,
THE BEST OF EVERY THING.
FLOUR, Wholesale and Retail.
EXAMINE OUR S TOCK and Prices. "To Live
and Let Live" is our Motto.
F. R. VLASAK
SOUTH BROADWAY, PRAGUE, OKLA
A Rose with ail its
Qualiy WinsANuQuaiity Sells
Tim rlc'i, nu'tv fluv.r of thi« popular HimhiI m?aas
so It toiaq4 the ht*8t ihhterihI*9 tire putln it,
tli tea tosi o ir I] tama tosia that the mat. rlnl
.. Hui 1 1 y.
OLD BY THE LEVDINU DEVLElt*.
SHIPPERS 0K0KK RECEIVE PROMPT A'l
CITY BAKERYaa 0VERSTREE1
CLEANLINESS OUR flOTTO.
High Grade. True to Name.
Trees Ready to set. Call on or Address,
W. D. WAY.
Young Man! W ith your future
before von, what will you mane
it, success or failure^ W ith youth
and health you have the power
within you to possess tile bless-
ings ol know ledge, the joy of a-
chievement, the content of suc-
cess, but only tl.ri. intelligent ef-
fort. It you have within you
the love of higlu r things and b .t
ter days; it you have ambition,
energy, and determination; it
you are free f. oin bad habits that
dwarf your intellect, and unfit
you lor consideration bv bu:-i-
ti'>s men, we can train vou
book keeping, penmanship,
i ithmctie, commercial law, short
hand, typewriting, banking,and
business practice, and assist you
to a position In our years ol
experience as teachers, we have
had students under our direction
unfold and blossom into superi-
or manhood, awaken to the re-
sponsibilities of lite, and crown
their labor with success. What
we have done lor them, we can
do for you. The business world
is seeking evervwhere for young
men who arc able to do the work
the world wants done. Let us
impress upon yon in the lan-
guage of'Narado, a Hindoo sage
"Study to know, know to com-
prehend and comprehend to
judge." Young man, use your
youth in the pursuit of know-
ledge; use it in such a way that
you may have comfott in remen-
bering it, and we could give you
no better advice than to enter
the Capital City Business Col
lege ot Guthrie, Ok'a., and no
quire a knowledge of the laws
and customs ot business and
thereby become a useful and
successful citizen of this,
greatest country on earth.
we should have a chance if you are going to buv a cooKing
range to show and explain all al-out the dcpendableROl NL) OAK
Chief steel range, made in Dow^giac Mi-h. It is.lust as good a
range as the ROUND OAK is a stove and to people w ho know
the genuine ROUND OAK that statement will mean much. In
good material— fine vorKinanship, baking and cooking quali ies
the Chief is witnout qu stion the finest example ot high quality
steel range making on the marKct.
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ROUND OAK CHIEF STEEL RANGE
Reing made genuinely good it will wear, being fitted and mount-
ed the ROUND OAK way it will save fuel every day it runs. You
will be surprised to learn howlittle fuel it takes. It is resonable
in price and is to be seen right here on our floor where all its sup-
erior merits can be pointed out. You don't have to take any-
thing for granted. Call any time most convenient and see a
steel range that is right. Tne cheapest kind in the end. Book
of the ( hief steel range for the asking or by mail.
HEATLEV Hdw. C<
PRAGUE MARBLE and GRANITE
Manufacturers of TOMB-STONES an J MONU-
MENTS. Best Materia! and Workmanship
C. A. C'riiitY Salesman
One span of Mules forsalc also
seed Oats, and Cottan Seed, Call
on or address
S. H. Cook
Poland and China ; igs at Oal<
Dale farm. G.R.Holmes, Pro-
prietor, Route No. 3.
Twenty per cent off on all goods
at Erets M usic Store.
Go to the Owl confectionery
for fruits, nuts and candies.
If yon want the best Job
printing done in town, ^bring it
to tnis office.
For Sale:—Fresh milch cows,
Inquire of A- S. KiMEs, Prague,
Okla Route No. 3.
We handle the Moline PLOWS & CULTIVA1ORS
all ..^ds oh farm machinery
WAGONS and BUGGIES
' —The best in Value and Se< vice
A Full Line Of Every Thing
Ycuk Inspection and Patronage Solicited
CALI. AND Sbt£ US
l'RACiUF IIWI). Imp. Co.
UhUt.er furti.u r
J. McNeil W'iiisiiei. the
most particular about the a;
his table. His dishes are all oi silver
tad the napkins etc., are all of Llo tin
c«l damask marked in one coru*r
with Lis crest, the lamous bulteiHy.
We have to many Organs ou
hand and must be sold at once,
a chance of yjur life time
Eret Music Store.
LIVERY FEED jM SflLES Y/1RD!
ONE BLOCK WEST OF ' > I K It A HOUSE.
u^r'i ■ (("MtM
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Horses Boarded, Bought or Sold.
Give Us a Call
Day or Night.
"Some men." said Uncle ru.
"doesn' show no stren.jth t
ter whatever, 'ceppin win y
makes up deir minds to bo U. —
■*Why. Anna, no-,7 cuuia you do sncn.
1 thing, and publicly, too?" saiu hor
not! er later after hearing a tearful
recital of .lie incident from '.ie lips of
ler youngest Viughter.
"Well, 1 j wanted tr bbow
people," was ti e reply, ' that even
'.hough I.ctty behr^ol so badly, I, ot
east had b^ n t« ?ht to have gool
<ia'"viis." licago Record-Hei*aid
The Automobile Useful.
Automobiles have been put to many
ises, but it remained for a clever Ger-
mantown electrician to put a machine
:o a UFe as r jvel as it was ingenious,
rhough simple at that. The arc light
it the north vest corner of German-
iown and Ch'iten avenues suddei:ly
^*ent out on Thursday night Kir! i- ■*
the pole and a dozen other fan.
methods failed to jar the carbons mtu
| Then the 1 mp lowered, but r.!i
were afraid tt? touch it, as no one h i
rubber gloves or oiher insulation. The
; ehiftiiees of an accident were increasud
, by the wet pavement and drlppinir
lamp. Just then as the darkness nT>d
delay became most vexatious at that
much freq'1- ted c irner, an a itoj >
bile drove up and its owner got < .t
tnd went int > ti : fifflce. A iin: y
j thought struck the t irlclan, and
had a ininu 's hurried conversation
with the « wner. The electriciat:
raised the lamp, while the autoznobil
1st drove the machine under it. The 1
the electrlca*1 stood on the automobile.
§afe with th) protection of insulation
!rom the four rubber tires, and easHy
adjusted the carbons, and there v. -xs
JfLt again.—Philadelphia Record.
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