The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Just a Moment, Please 1
Why not let The Royal T;iilors of Chi-
cago make your fall suit or overcoat?
When delivery is made, there will also
be del ivered a direct guarant}^ covering
*he quality of goods, the style and fit
of the garments and the workmanship.
And that guaranty is worth one hun-
dred cents on the dollar to you. It
means that you are to be satisfied with
the garments when you get them—
satisfied that they were made expressly
for you, to your own measure—and it
means that they will wear well, give
you good service, and hold their shape as rightly-tailored gar-
The cost of Royal tailoring is so low that you might almost
think price was the first consideration. But it isn't. Value is
first. Value-giving is at the basis of The Royal Tailors' success.
The best for the money always—that is the Royal idea.
Customers of The Royal Tailors are invited to guess how
many people will attend (js World's Fair at St. Louis. They
offer prizes consisting of ten Automobiles, to be given to the
ten persons making 4he closest guessc-s. The cost of these
Automobiles is S13.700. There are also eight cash prizes of
$iOO each, making the total value of the prizes $ 1 4,500. For
every dollar you pay on an order for R.oyal tailoring you can
make one guess; on a $15 suit you can make fifteen guesses,
and on a $20 suit you can make twenty guesses, and so on—a
guess for every dollar.
The Royal Tailors carry a million-dollar stock of woolens—
something sure to please everybody; suits and overcoats for
men and boys—ladies' man-tailored skirts and coats—all
made strictly to measure at an actual proven cash saving of
fully twenty-five per cent.
But the thing to do is to see the goods and get the prices.
You can do that by calling on
BY THE j CITY
$ SY. LOUIS, U.S.A.
YOU MAD B6TTER SEE
Lumber & paints
They arc hindquarters*
for all kinds of hu Idi-g
materia!, !ime& cement.
&FEED, SALE & YVAGON
P. H. Thrasher,
New and Stcond Hand Goods.
BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE
So. Broadway Prague, Okla.
L. B. HAMPTON
LARGEST LINE OF CLOTHING IN THE: CITY
Subscribe for the Patriot.
h. Josey is in Texas this week.
Go to the City Bakery for
fresh pies and cakes.
F. E. Kingsbury went to Shaw
Another car load of flour at
Morris Marks spent several days
in Shawnee last week.
Joe Dietrich's child died last
Saturday of cholera infantum.
Merritt & Co. carry the latest
styles of furniture.
The old bank building was
moved last week to S. Broadway.
Go to Pastusek Bros, for best
J. P. Ayars spent most of last
week in Muskogee, I. T.
Call on Merritt A Co. for fur-
niture and undertaking.
A new switch has been put in
at the depot.
Several load8 of c >tton are be-
ing marketed here n >w each day.
— ♦ ——
Frank and William Vlasakbave
returned from Kansas.
Use Yukon flour, the best in
town. For sale at Pastusek Bros.
Go to the Millinery and Racket
and see the fine hats that Mrs.
Harris is selling cheap.
Try a can of coffee in- cans that
preserve strength of coffee.—
Merritt & Co is in the lead
with nice fm-li groceries.
T. J. MeCaulej is opening a
cotton yard and building a olat-
form south of the track.
The best prices for farm pro-
duce at Pastusek Bros.
The contractors came en Mon-
day and the school h.iuse will
move on to completion now.
Wheat still comes in and Whit-
more says men tell him he is giv-
ing them 14c more than they get
other places, Sparks, etc.
Mrs. Han is wants all her old
friends and customers to call and
see her at her new stand, opposite
Why Pay Rent?
When you can pay for your
own home on the monthly in-
stallment plan? For particulars
see T. J- Gainer, at the First
J. D. Grimes A Co. handle the
old reliable Wheeler & WTilson
Improved Sewing Machine lat
est, up-to-date in everything, the
best machine made. It has but
few equals and no superiors. See
them if you want a machine.
C. R. Fugate and Wm. Tro-
bridge, of Springdale, Ark., stop-
ped off here Monday to visit the
family of J. D. Grimes. Mr.
Fugate is looking for a location
for a nursery.
; 1 Dealer in clothing of all kinds, ladies' and gents' |
'¥ . Furnishing: Goods
< BOYS SUITS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
JEWELRY A 5PLCIALTY.
I. A. FINE, Prop. I
NORTH P. O. PRAGUE, O. T.
ar—•— r $L *
i rf i
- - -MiriV \
iH.S iSTrJE WAY OF THE WISE."
to Z.OOT S.
OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING >
Lot us Jurnleh you with literatui'o rolatlvo to the buildings, hotels, low
rates, train service, eto. Ask your local agont or address
C. W. STRAIN , Division Passenger Agent, ,
OUR COTTON MARKET.
Record of Other Towns
Prague's cotton buyers have
given the planters all they could
for their cotton, and all the mar-
ket would bear Our buyers are
men who come to the scratch,
speak out manly, fear God, tell
the truth, shame the deyil, and
are making Prague famous as the
best cotton and grain market in
the country. Read the record.
Prague is in on the front seat.
Farmers came from far and n jar
last year to Prague to market
their cotton. Whitmore and
Cothran are going to stand by
the market as they have in the
past. See last year's report and
number of bales bought:
Paden .... 725
Asher is still less and will be
less this year. Wanette and
Violet Springs are both new
towns on the new railroad and
are cutting on Asher's territory.
Not so with Prague, she is
queen of all, and the pride of the
John Pastusek and wife, G. C.
Dixon and E. E. Long have come
back from the great world 's fair,
the pride and commune of na-
tions. John was labeled indicat
ing he had a h—1 of a time. We
had enough of that under Cleve-
land. We want better things
when we go.
The farmers are hereby noti-
fied that I have my gin in the
best of shape for the coining sea-
son, and will appreciate your
business. I am prepared to buy
your cotton in the seed and pay
highest prices. B. F. Whitmore
is my buyer
F. N. LANik, Manager.
Miss Harris of Enid, has suc-
ceeded in establishing a public
library in the city the past week.
It is installed at Biggs' drug
RiiPORT OF TUG CONDITION
CF T IE
L'NCOLN COUNTY HANK
At Prague, in the ter. itory of
Oklahoma, at the clos-j of busi-
ness Sept. <!, 1904.
Loans and d'scounts $22,150 44
Overdrafts, secured and ud-
gecured 221 00
Banking house 2,247.22
Furniture and tixtureg 806.44
Due from banks $5,133.97
Checks and other
cagh items 67.50
Cagh and sight ex-
change 5,489.90 10,091 40
Capital stock paid in $10,000 00
Surplus fund 1,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid 3,081.40
Individual deposits subject
to check 22,035.82
Territory of Oklahoma,
n8' I eg
County of Lincoln. )
I, F. E. Kingsbury, president of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true and that
said bank has no other liabilities and is
not endorser on any note or obligation
other than that shown in the above state-
ment, to the best of my knowledge and
belief, so help me God.
F. K KINGSBURY, President.
Subscribed and iworn to before me
this 7th day of September, 1904.
F. K. VLASAK, Notary Public.
My oommlssion expires Jan. 23, 1905.
H.I. KINGSBUIIY, ) I)irectar_
A. P. 8LOVEB, \ I)irector8'
Call for township convention of
the people's party is hereby call-
ed to meet in the town of Prague,
Oklahoma, at the old justice office,
on September 22 at 2 p. m., for
the purpose of nominating the
following township officers: One
clerk, one treasurer, one trustee,
two justices of the peace and two
(Signed) F. R. Vlasak,
The best line of coffee, either
in bulk or in 5-1 b cans, at Pastu-
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Overstreet, W. S. The Prague Patriot. (Prague, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1904, newspaper, September 15, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146693/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.