The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 23, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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e Strive to Please. See us for Paint.
^?apK«nd Prescript 1. n* Carefully Filled.
W<-S KLABZU iA,
WilJ °ry sales anywhere
ia Lincoln or pottawat-
omie counties, or Oitla-
homa. Gall on or ad-
C:. jss him at.
j. W. HUFFMAN,
:<>>V P.CRH VNHNTI2Y I/• JATKD
WEST BIDE BROVD'VAY.
Women for sympathy,
strangers for favors, to
relatives for nothing,
but to Sneliing for a
and up to date haircut.
Hot water and clean
towels. Custom appre-
ciated. East side of
Weod Cutting; Notice.
Notice is herely givtn that ev-
ery property owner within the
city liHiits of the city of Prague
must cut all growing weeds on
their premises at once, and if
the order is not complied with,
then the weed cutter will cut the
weeds and charge th« expense
up to the owner of the property
and the same will be collected
officially. It is hoped everyone
will cut their weeds and save
trouble. By order of street com-
G. L. Turn Eli.
Physician and Surgeon.
Galls answered promptly, day
if8-*s on 'lain str <?t, n«xt t« Lin. o' n
Fourth of July.
Prague will celebrate and ev-
erybody is invito to come out
and help do the thing justice. It
is our great natal day. One hun-
dred and twenty-eight years ago
oui> forefathers cast off the yoke
of English bondage and declared
in favor of freedom for the Amer-
ican colonies. There will be
speaking and racing and a pyro-
technic display of ti reworks at
night. Come one, come all, and
help celebrate the greatest day
in American history.
... HOTEL ...
RATH $2.00 Per i>ay.
Siuiplf roow and 34'Ji rjotn in
\V« eater ssp+cUllr to the
'.rnv ling trade,
8. A. THOMPSON, Pripri.lor.
ALEXANDER & WAY,
WILKINSON & FISHER
Iron olurans, lintjH, !l!g, nash
'«'<**• burf, > r«*tlr.c, §: re
p 'f , A I kii'issf r p'4ir«<ff
\ ;.< 1 lilty.
SHAWNEE, 0;T. l«7 19O-j® I \VES1 MAIN.
Thers went out an order by
the marshal this week to all the
saloons and the drug stores, it ia
suid, that all slot machines, all
games of cards and devices of
whatever name by which drinks
may be won or lost, must be dis-
carded or take the risk of having
th-ur lieeuse revoked under the
new ruling of Judge Burford's
^.JRFEEO, SALE & WAO'N
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C" A t.. our 1,1 piit-, IxMuen. -i ll, r.r.d «:m jk| Mi-ndle* in ib.-wi.tr *
h .v, | eniilit'l; « ■ r.'tr ) tn to Thi 0 )&t omu Km (tonal li.ok or Ths
Nation-1 0 . k u\ rfils city.
fall term-third year
%T Q r~ft £> a**/
LIC I J
Kcho<runs all thejfnr,— E«tor a«y time.
Address I". ~YV Jl STl.'S. Shawner, O. T.
GUTHRIE MARBLE WORKS,
(J VV. ! AWSON, Proprietor.
heading Dealt r In Oitnile and Marble Monument-
and Ail K>rtis <f Cemttt-ry Work.
Prank Klabzuba returned last
Tuesday from the land of the
midnight sun. northwest Canada.
Frank says he is favorably im-
pressed with that land, if it don't
get dark until 1 o'clock a. m.and
the sun rises at 3 o'clock the
same morning. Many people are
there and happy.
It seems that some of our ex-
changes do not heed our warn-
ing that u th.-y did not quit
'copying without giving credit
I we were going to "holler." Now
here cemes the Kingfisher Re-
former with a verbatim repro-
duction of a part of our article
"Monkeys and Men," pertaining
to direct legislation and party-
ism, and forgot to give credit to
the Patriot. Now Henry just
forgot, he will do better next
All kinds of crockery at Pas
tusek Bros. ,
IO7 EAST OKLAHO A AVENUE.
FARM AND CITY PROP-
ERTY FOR SAI E.
If you want tob y / epp 1 re AT
ti you wai t to *t>H i A '
Rr«gu«; O, T, Offlc* at Powle; '*
THIS ISTHE WAY OF THE WISE,
THE MoCORWIICK BINDER
IS USED in EVERY CIVILIZED LAND WHERE THERC'3
WHEAT, AND HENCE TI-'K NPME IVlcCORMICK HAS OK-
COME A HOUSEHOLD WORD THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
THE MACHINE 13 FULLY ILLUSTRATED AND DESCRIBED
K1 THE HEW MCCORMICK BOOK FOR 1 04, "IT TAKES
THE PALM," WHICH IS BEAUTIFULLY PRINTED IN COLORS,
AND WILL BE SUPPLIED FREE UPON REQUEST.
HE DERSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY.
OF COURSE VOU ARE GOING I
lurntah ron with literature relative to the buildlnsra, hotels, low
rates, train service, etc. Ask your local agent or addresa
C. W. STRAIN, Division Pa68enqer agent, (
BUY, SELL OR
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Overstreet, W. S. The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 23, 1904, newspaper, June 23, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146681/m1/3/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.