The Cushing Democrat. (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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On Top as Usual—P. P. Scott's Restaurant and Confectionery—Best of Cold Drinks
The Cushing Democrat.
CUSHING, PAYNE CO., OKLA., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1908.
The publisher of The Democrat
will cheerfully admit that the issue of
this week i* not up to the standard, in
fact is ratheriirM in some respects.
But we are sure that < u readers will
overlook the short-coming when we
explain the cair-e, an more, cheerfully
extend their forgivew ss. By the
time the paper is in the hands of some
of our readers, the publisher will have
take.i the most impoHant step in his
life. While you are reading this he
will be taking unto himself a helpmeet
in other words, he will be promising
to cherish and support a wife. With
such an important matter- on hand,
from which he could not .handily be
absent, he has been compelled to
slight his first love "The Democrat"
for a time. However we promise to
get back to work immediately and
with the increased incentive, to make
The Democrat better than ever.
N. B.—The subscription price of the
Democrat will not be raised.
We want butter and eggs.—Phenix
Coffev has just received a shipment
of Ice Tea and Lemonade glasses.
Post Cards—The Cushing Drug
company has the neatest post card
station in town.
Jack Hughes, the Yale hardware
man, Hferekv his usual trip to the me-
tropolis of-Eastern Payne on Sunday.
The newAy wedded couples will
save; money by buying their furniture
and queens ware from Coffey.
Try some of the famous Jersey
Cream butter manufactured by the
Cushing Creamery Co., and put up in
sealed onerpound .packages.
Get vote? on the piano contest at
Phenix & Co, >>}*
Miss Luella Harrison of Stillwater,
one of. our former teachers, is visiting
her.Knd. Miss Alta Butler. Miss
Harrison is now one of Stillwater s
public school teachers.
Highest'pgee paid for produce at
Phenix & Co.
The council met in special session
on Monday night. The principal bus-
iness done was ordering in an 8-foot
culvert on Broad St. northwest of the
ice plant and ordering supplies for the
Cal Wright arrived home from an
extended trip on Saturday. During
his trip Mr. Wright visited many
places in Colorado, New Mexico, Ari-
zona and Old Mexico, going as far as
the City of Mexica. He reports a
splendid time and that he took in th-
whole thing, stopping when he wished
and going where he pleased, and sajs
that probably the most wonderful
thing he saw was the great Roosevelt
dam He informs us that land in the
irrigated districts of Arizona is selling
at from $150 to $300 per acre. A -
ter all he has seen wei opine that Okla-
homa still looks good. Cal spent
spent some time at the noted health
resort. Phoenix, Arizona, but has not
noticed any improvement m his health
« iTwas uot the kind that needed the
benefit of that climate. He informs
us that his wife i*m Buhell, Idaho
enjoying I* with her mother and
The best of tailor made clothes tar-
ried at Pbeaii k Co.
\\< dding dresses at Phenix & Co.
The children's day services will be
' given at the M. E. church next Sun-
Several large purchases of drummer
samples just arrived at the Leader
Mrs. George Lampson arrived home
from Kansas City, Kans., on Tuesday j
morning. Mrs. Lampson has been I
absent for a couple of months in at- j
tendance upon her daughter Ollie, who ;
has been ill for some time.
It seems to be the unanimous re-!
quest of the democrats of both Payne J
and Pawnee counties that Hon. G. D.
Hudson be returned to the Legislature
from this float district. From what
we learn it would be useless for any
one to oppose him at the primaries.
W. A. Smith the father of Mrs. Dr.
Manning arrived from Boonville, Ken-
tucky on Saturday to visit with his
daughter and the doctor. This is
Mr. Smith's first visit to Oklahoma,
and like others, he is surprised at the
evidences of progress which he finds.
Wm. Robertson, manager of Cof-
fey's furniture store, having satisfac-
torily passed an examination before
the State Board.of Embalming, has
received a license, No. 279. Mr.
Robertson has been a licensed em-
balmer for sevf ral years and is confi-
dent of being able to do embalming
satisfactorily. He is the only licens-
ed embalmer in Cushing.
A very pleasant evening was given
to about twenty of her young lady
friends by Miss Alta Butler at her
home in West Cushing on Tuesday
evening. The event was in honor of
Miss Anna Pollan and was in the form
of a ''Handkerchief Shower." A
very pleasant time was had and Miss
Pollan made ihe recipient of many
fine specimens of handkerchiefs, after
which Miss Alta served cake and ice
Large shipments of merchandise are
arriving every few days at the Leader
HOW ABOUT IT?
Have you a full supply
of Fruit Jars? Tin cans,
jars, rubbers, caps, seal-
ing wax, preserving ket-
tles and other necessaries
for fruit preserving. If
you have not and are go-
ing to order a supply,dont
fail to get our prices. We
carry a full line of every
We not only cut Cheese but we
Cut Prices on
WE cut our prices when we mark our goods.
There are two ways of cutting prices,
our way is to give you good groceries for a fair
price rather than give you poor groceries at
any price. We sell our goods fast, that is why
you will always find fresh things to eat at our
store. You can by a sack of Hunter's cream
flour here for $1.20. Cyclone flour for $1.15.
Come in and try a sack.
GOOD & Co
kolburn commission co
I wf | Hides and Poultry,
viz rAY Njj
| cash, j Butter and Eggs.
A Deal in Real Estate
Can be handled quicker through our firm
than any other way. Let us tell you why
We Sell Real Estate Anywhere
If you want to buyf sell or trade, see as.
CUSHING REALTY CO.,
C E. KNEELAND, Manager,
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