The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1907 Page: 1 of 14
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THE CUSHING DEMOCRAT
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CUrfHIN". UXUUOMA, TlltWHUAY. APItth I*.
. . CLARK THE JEWELER . .
Men wbo know iMr *»looiua la all «"«■>»• Co»l.in* i« oa|»olalljr '"rlu"*1"
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m»»t inji rwuaiai«i»Utlua» ... a iliorouiili Kantl.-nen *nJ Uj.-To.Ual® Workman
Ma has an expci iencc of Fifteen yeais at Lis trade, recommended as
thoroughly houost. competent in every respect, courteous and coucion-
tiousin all his dealings. Anyone having any work in his line will receive
Guaranteed satisfaction in every respect.
ItiHitoekorJaw'-lry, murk*. tt'atdieo, Etc., will .« «r..«tly IncrMWil ami mod- ill* lieat Mwk in ll.a
Jew.-ler. Lino in tvi.wro OkM.oma Mr -rfc a«ur.-» u» nolli •« hut ll.o Inmt will into l.l* Una
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All guarantees will gladly bo made irou clad and every guarantee will
be perfect# s&Liiiactiuu.
if you wish to be convinced that A\i<. CLARK will be in every respect what
you expect, cail on him at
Nominate A Very Strong Ticket.
Will Be A Winner.
The Democrat town conven-
tion met at the Ope: a House on
last ,Friday night Twenty
three delegates were in attend-
ance. Following was tbe ward
First ward—6 delegates.
Second ward—2 delegates.
Third ward—3 delegates.
Fourth ward—8 delegates.
Fifth ward—4 delegates.
The convention was called to
shal. The names of Mr. tioylesj Fifth ward—M. Ll. Marrs.
ana Win. Gopple were placed be j A town democratic committee
fore the convention for the office j was selected atthe ward caucus-
Wheh the vote whs taken Boyles es in the afternoon and are as
received 22 votes, while (topple follows:
stands for a progressive ad-
ministration during the ensuing
First ward — Paul Wintersteen. j
Second ward Geo. Micheal.
Tinrd ward John Foster.
Fourth ward — L. L). (Jaunt
Fifth ward—James Kennedy.
The rooster was the selection
order by John Foster, chairman SUpp0rt of the convention
of the town committee, Jolm! for assessor
Poster was then elected chair- j The ^ business donB was
man and Paul Wintersteen. ^ selectiou ot trustees.
secretary. j Following are the wards with
The first business done wa® tjie nameg Qf ^he nominees:
the selection of committees and
only received one.
The next officer nominated
was t5 S Gibson for the office
of Justice of the Peace. He had
C. ). Walters was the un
animous choice of
tion for treasurer.
Paul Wintersteen was the j ticket.
choice of the convention for Taken altogether it was one of
city clerk, having had no 0FP°"jtiie most harmonious Democratic
sitionatall, ' conventions ever held in Ousli-
H. F. Canada received the en*,. , ..^,r
ing. Everyone knew who they
last Friday night
the conven-J for the device to be placed at
I the head of the Democratic
horses were stolen from near
town. One horse belonged to
L, . tteed living on the Kyan
farm at the northeast corner of
town, and the other to 8am
Irwin, living two miles east.
Two saddles and bridles were
stolen the same night at Frank
Peery's barn in the west part
of town. One belonged to Peery
and the other to T. 1-j. Butler.
Saturday afternoon a sub-
scription list was started among
our citizens who donated over
the reading of their reports
which were adopted.
The first »fficer nominated
was M. I Boyles for city mat-
First ward—J. W. Isom.
Second ward—Geo. Michael.
Third ward—Frank P. Har-
Fourth ward —L. D Gaunt.
Ulg. „„ $100 for the recovery of the
wanted on the ticket to . carry j stolen property and the arrest
democracy to victory so the! of the thieves, a here has been
business was transacted in short! considerable stealing «?oing
All of the candidates on the
ticket are representative business
men of Cushing and who
are always looking to the better-
merit of our town. Every vote
for the democratic candidates
on in our midst for the past few
years and it is getting to be to
common a thing. Our people
will not stand for it any longer
and will epare no time or ex-
pense in bringing the guilty
parties to justice.
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Wintersteen, Paul A. The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1907, newspaper, April 18, 1907; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283943/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.