The Cushing Democrat. (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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OBIw i'hofi'! 36
Kph 'Pbotie 30
D. I). McHENKY, M. D.t
i'liyhiciun and Surgeon.
OPPICK: Uf»t*lr« on|»,m»w : I-'
The best at Pbenix & Co. W&W
Remember--Erwln sells the
Get flood Groceries at Phenix &
Office phone 37.
I#, i |.,n4.., s ! Special price on ;ii! furniture and1
u " • qiKrnsnare for June .-t Coffey's.
DR. H. C. MANNING. „ vou wwttumMMg guull to eat'
telephone No. 6.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(llaereM<or to Dr. May^luaR)
Office over First National Hank.
John Foster uf the First National
hank was a Stillwater visitor on Mon-
Phone :('< B-rn Phone 41. Ask your gTOCer for the famous J
nr> T t niiw an Jersey Cream butter made by the j
DR !. T. DUN AN, Cushing Creamery Co.
VETERINARY SURGEON If you are sick go to the Cushing j
arid Dentist. * I)rug co,nI)an>- Th*y handle all,
, kinds of Drugs, etc.
OKLA. | Everybody likes good, nice shoes.
Try a Selz Royal Blue.—rbenix &.
Hon. Geo. D. Hudson is attending y
the meeting of the democratic con-
gressional committee meeting at
oklahoma. Guthrie on Tuesday.
Miss Georgia Pollan, of Wetumka,
arrived on Saturday for a ten days
visit with her sister, Miss Anna Pollan
and to attend the approaching
but we forbear.
Office Phone M
Itt-Hidi nt-e Pbene 00
J. B. CUNNINGHAM, M. I).
OFFICE' Up*lair* ever
Cu*hin>r Trading Co.
► o _ • . t ^-♦ ♦ ^ ° ^
The De Lavel SEPARATOR
js |or saje at
M. B. FURROW,
Office in Rowe Block. Upstairs op-
posite post-office. Phone 71.
"Health coffee" is really the closest
coffee imitation ever yet produced.
This clever coffee substitute was re-
cently produced by Dr. Shoop, of Ra-
cine, Wis. Not a grain of seal cooffee
in it either. Dr. Shoop's health cof-
fee is made from pure toasted grains,
with malt, nuts, etc. Really it would
fool an expert—who might drink it
for coffee. No 20 or 30 minutes te-
dious boiling, "made in a minute"
says the doctor. Sold by Sam Coch-
The Story of a Medicine.
Its name—"Golden Medical Discovery*
was suggested by one of it« most Import-
ant and valuable ingredients — Golden
N>»r!y forty years ago, Dr. Pier<» dl*»
coveied that he could, by the use ol pure,
triple-refined glycerine, aided by a cer-
tain degree of constantly maintained
boat and with tho aid of apparatus acd
appliances designed for that purpose, ex-
tract from our most valuable native mu-
dicinal roots their curative properties
much better than by tho use of alcohol,
bo generally employed. So the now world-
famed ^Golden Medical Discovery," for
the cure of weak stomach, indigestion, or
dvspepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness and
kindred derangements was first made, as
it over sinie has twen, without a particie
of alcohol in its makV-up. '
A glanceV^tMh^/uU list of Its Ingredi-
ents. print<"U (fft TVefv bottle-wrapper,
will show th..t it is W$e from the most
valuable medicinal rodis\found growing
In our American foresQwA.l these in-
Sredients have received thr- -ini'riies
ur"" r:,ent Tr im the
The board of Trustees of Bristow,
being overwhelmed with work in con-
nection with the performance of their
official duties, have voted themselves
a salery of $15 per month.
We notice quite an activity in the
automobile market this wte,k but the
supply has not seemed equal to the
demand, L. D. Gaunt being compelled
to sell his twice to satisfy said de-
Many counties are nearly destitute
of bridges as a result of the continued
heavy rains. Kay county is especially
bad off and Pawnee is suffering griev-
iously, while the southern part of the
state is yet worce off.
The Cushing creamery has sent a
tub of butter to Guthrie and entered
it in the contest which takes place
j every two months. A government in-
spector does the testing. The cream-
ery is coming to the front rapidly and
the numbei of patrons increasing dai-
ly. Mr. Jung pays the highest price
consistent with good business and
makes a fair test. We are of the
opinion that nothing better has hap-
pened to the farmers than the estab-
lishment of this creamery and it de-
serves the patronage of every milk pro-
ducer in this section. The more pat-
rons the better price each patron pets.
Tell it to your neighbor. Mr. Jung
is* turning out a fine quality of butter
and is as yet unable to supply the de-
mand he has created for his product
by the extra quality of the butter.
Kolburn Com. Co.
We positively guarantee this machine to
be one ol the best on sale in Cushing and
will give easy terms. Call and see one of
these machines and find out our terms.
Low excursion fares will be
in effect to Colorado, Califor-
nia, Mexico, the Great Lakes,
canada. New England and At-
Full partictlars will be
cheerfully furnished on appli-
General Federation of woman's clubs.
Dates of sale June 19 and 20, 1008.
Final return limit July 4.
fe. t^rwL ,
A nUiXTboOr. of trnSe endorsements Lai
been compiled by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of '
Buffalo, Y.. and wiH he mailed free tc
any one asking same by postal card, c?
letter addressed to the Doctor as ahuw. I
From these endorsement*, copied from
standard medical books of all the differ-
ent schools of practice, it will Ik* found i
that th»> ingredients composing the "Gold-
en Mddicat Discovery" are advised not
only for theenreof the above mentioned
dis'nx-s. • at aUo for the cure of all cc- I
tarrhal. bronchial and throat affections, ,
•ccom pained with catarrhal discharges,
hoarseness. s<jre throat, lingering, or
h«ng-on-coughs, and all those wasting j
affections which, if not promptly an<: |
properly treated are liable to terminate
In consumption. Take Dr. Pierce's D;>*
covery in time and persevere in It* u*e j
until you rive it a fair trial And it is net
likely to dlsappn'ntk Too much must not
ba eiported <;f it. It will not perfor i
Biiracl*"*. It ^ill not cure e»m-*i>mp?i< i
In it* advance*! iup«. No medicine wiiL
t trill cure the ction- tha*. lead up u
•ooauitpiMtn. if uU*n to AIM*
Weak Kidneys, surely po'nt to weak kidney
Nerves. The Kidneys, like the Heart, and the
Stomach, find their weakness, not in the organ
itself, but in the nerves thi't control and guide
and strengthen them. Dr. Shoop's Restorative is
a m«>diciiie specifically prepared to reach these
controlling nerves To doctor the K '.neys alone,
is futile. It is a waste of time, ar.C of money as
If your back aches or is wenl If the urine
scalds, or is dark and strong, tfyc 'are symptoms .
Of Brisrhtsorother d:str. >«ing • la rigorous kid '
ney disease, trj I>r. Shoop's Ketilc. *tive a month— 1
Tablets or Liquid—and se« what it can and wiU
do for you. Druggist recommend and soil
CUSHING DRUG CO. if
Republican National convention.
Dates of sale June 12-13-14-15-10
Final return Jimit June 30th.
Democratic National convention
Dates of sale July 3-4-5. Final return
limit July 18.
W. S. St. GEORGE
G. P. A.
St Louis, Mo.
Intel national Sunday School Ass'n.
Dates of sole June I3-I4-I5-I6-I7.
Final return limit June 20th.
National Encampment, Modem Wood-
man of America.
Dates of sale June I0-II-I2, Final
return limit June 25th.
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The Cushing Democrat. (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 11, 1908, newspaper, June 11, 1908; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283928/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.