The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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CUSHING. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, SKFT 16. 1909
The Hem ion
All thtimi Ipdicste a must
i tmiki. hay. ou> soioica's pa\
. . Mmic, Hand
«ful reuntun next v r*k Fin* Kev. CraJn
uttnu-ihrtw hate been Mcunnl, Addrm, II. F. Iwgralum
the best *• hate hail, including Nuiie
Wild Wnkt Show. Halluon Addl* Hon. W. A|. Higgins
AMansion, Hmr Slid-. Kir*- .
Hame SIiUp, etc.. every day I >30 p. m.( Mutlc, Hand
It is likely that three ball games Addnea, lion. T. tt. Ferguson
will I*. played. Much interest Millie
i* Uing taken in the farm exhib- Came
it. A complete pruxnm for HairSlide
every hour of the day and even. Balloon Ascension
ing. Each one can And his ** Music, Hand
The grim r«Ni|ier has been reap-
ing quite a hurt in our mi«lst
since our last mute Four p*r>
«»ns hate succundied In his p**w»
Sarah Fvnnn I«r»m
Sarah Ftans wa« l*irn fifty-
two years ago U»t Anguot and
died at Cushing, Okla., Friday.
u" Sunday afternoon Wdl Parker .
I ilm Bennett had lieen ill but i < i> petition solely upon the rf-
• «Wt tim* uid .l<wlb cam. un- , Mhn" T ." """T*1 '7"" ■"*"*' "horn thry
rvi.nrcll) Mr. HennMt I... Um I'.v.. "" "y "*•*' •"« *•'•«•"»" I • l«dy.«,w*|,lnoihrr.
• miMihy of ih« > w,l Z. I^rtTr f", TLl Z *" ""r""-hH '«
hi. »rtl,rT,.«. .r \l"l*'i"nwill of ,|| ,h„ lh., rir.
the lii|uor laws. At the renue«t h.. . .
Frank (outright. «f the boy*, mother within six 7^1^! ' ap|,r,<*
Frank Courtright who was houn Jui,h# "™r«* laat *!" r "nd ,rom n,m on !*»»*• a
taken to the Ks'* railroad hoe- ,s*lurrfav m*"r nsmea to a hU**#,r,K fw »uch a mother an
pitsi on Wednesday of lust week 'or ,Mir,'"n Mrs. Par uIiri*h' and worthy citizen,
dii-d then*. th<* rvmaina Hrnvin» ^ ^ in such hijrh enteem Willie, be an honor and solace to
dii-d there, the remains arriving . — —
She was married at the age of herv on Monday morninr. lit-hid y al1 wbo knew h**r for m«") )*onr mother.
choice. Music, Chorus
The followii.jr in (he daUy pro- Address, Hon. Thos. Sowsnl
j-cam; Music, t h«»run
• 1 Camp Hre Talks
■OUBTH HAY FARMERS' DAY
Forenoon, Agricultural Kxhibit:
1:15 ft. m.
I'rayer, IJ^v. <Ira«?e
Address of Welcome #
Response, W. T. Littin
M usic *
5 p. m., Hair Slide
20 p. m., Halloon As •ension
bp. m., liand Concert
y p. m., Fire Flame Slide
SECOND DAY, ANNIVERSARY DAY
10 a. m., Music. Band
Prayer, Rev. Taylor
Address, "An Oklahoma Boy,"
(J. C. Suman
Address, "We're Here," Hon.
George D. Hudson
Social Half Hour
1:80 p. m., Music, Band
Address, "Oklahoma," E. M.
Address, Hon. Robt. Lowry
3:30 p. m., Base Ball
& JO p. m., Hair Slide
5:20 p. m., Balloon Ascension
ib-teen teen, to A. Br® n nan. t„ be«*n sick tait « short time. Mr.
which union then- was born «»ne Courtright wn< about" 'is
daughter, now Mr*. May Morley okl and unmarried. H<- leaves a
who resides at Butt#.. Montana, father and mother, who former. j
I*ft a widow, she was married ly unrated the "Old Cushing"
in 1883 to John W, Isom, who Hotel, and other relatives. The
survives her as do two sons, Or-1 remains were placed in the
pha and Frank. yaunt (Vmetery on Monday !
Pullln* »„,| other tl,-\7 " " » J"*"11"' y Crp-ntor
nmnwmcnu. Mu»icb>ban<l i . f1 ,**'7 v''" n u i
man. She had man v friends and; On Monday night occurred the
years that her old neighbors ami
the citizens of this city almost to
a man and many ladirs joined in Indies Bazaar
our special in ||air IWbl ons.
Ii». m.. Munic, Band
Address on Farming,"
M. College Professor
Awarding of Premiums
,3:30, Ball Game
5:U0, Hxir Slide
•5:20, Balloon Ascension
the sincere respect of the whole ^Hirtli death in three da\s, that
(community. During her life she ot Mrs. Carpenter, the family
made many sacrifices for thos«
near to her and trouble often laid
heavy hands ujain her, but bhi>
ixire it all untlincniiiKly. a^iu now
"she hath entered n.u# her re-
Coo-I judgment iB always fu?6ral "rvices h"'<1
ifeat in tho careful buyer! nut" IkThV T"'", "
bewaMtpful naitiio. , Methodist Church, conducted by
but plenty 'of the necessaries**'! tl,t! p"hU,r- Rev- Taylor, and the the Cushing Trading Com-j
• body lain away in Zion Cemetery, pafy hiive something new to say |
1 to our readers this week. Tnis!
company is continually improv-l
ing their respective lines and are j
letting the people know it. The!
have been here but a short iine
ami we have not learned partic-
olar*. She was alanit 21 years
■ »ld. and leaves a husband and
three small children. Itev. Tay-
lor preached the funeral exercises j
at the houae on Tuesday al'ier-!
They always consider the value
of the article, its price, etc. The Bertha Higgins Bennett.
Cushing Variety Store appeals Bertha Higgins was born in
most especially to these. j Topeka. Kansas, Febuary 10,1887
We carry a wide range of arti- ami died at Cushing, Oklahoma,
cles always in use. Things you Saturday, Septeml»er 11, 1.909,
CUSHING DRUG CO.
G. D. HUDSON, Jno. G. MILLER
result is that their business is
constantly increasing anJ old
months and 11 customers are better pleased.
, ought to have and at prices you being 22 years
j can afford. Before making your day old.
| purehasei cail at the Cushing When quite young she married The Democrat is in rec-ipt of !
X t "tore and inspect one of John Spencer and leaves one a letter from Guv N. Gibson, on
IhIi ?e fwes,tan rfup" daughter, three years old, the is- board U. S. Ship Charleston, at
co-date line of goods in Cushing, sue of this marriage. Less than Shanghai, China, which is full
e o • ^ two years ago she married Jesse j of interest and which we will j
bee our Special Hose at 15c. Bennett, who with an infant 5! publish in our next issue. The I
Many stores ask 25c for no bet-1 months old survive her. ! unprecedented rush of work pre-'
ter hose.— Ladies Bazaar. I The funeral services were held 1 vents this week.
HOT WEATHER'S OVER
Now You Need A Change and We Are
Prepared to Fit You Out
We have decided to carry more and better Clothing than ever and have purchased
one of the finest and most complete line of Mens Suits ever brought to Cushing.
The Famous "IMPERIAL" clothing
and all are good values, suits from
$18 to $25
For the Ladies
Tailor made suits. Latest styles. Best quality. Sweaters and Fall caps.
Don't forget our special line of GINGHAMS.
We are now Selecting a iine of the Stetson Shoes and will have them in stock in a few days.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU
Cushing Trading Co.
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The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1909, newspaper, September 16, 1909; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283875/m1/1/: accessed March 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.