The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1907 Page: 3 of 12
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ing Noi fork IS d«ye from dais
uf »*le, $37 7ufur round trip.
•Summer touriftt r«u*a to Cnio
rado, New Mexloo Utah
* id Oregon el»<» point a north
mid cnst. Ticket* on »sle daily
June 1st to August .']"th final re-
turn limit* Octobei 31 1U07,
wry low rate for the round trip.
Sumner Tourist rate* to the
Pacific const, Arizona, liritiah
Columbia, Idaho and Montana,
tickets oil hale daily from June
1st ti; September 15 final fetutn
limit October Slat 1907 very low
rati) and liberal stop over
privileges in either directioa.
Sum mar Tousi#t rates to Chi
cxgo and St Louis. Ticket* on
pale doily June 1st to September
30th 1907. Good for return up
to October 31, 1907.
To Chicago $29.75
To St Louis $*21.f,0
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(ki fur round t#ip.
If you aro ron loin pi at i Off a
tup don i foil |u roll o«t mm for
any information cheer fully
Kor further particular* apply
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The Central Suit Normal School
The fail term of Tlie Central
Stat# Normal School will open
on September 3. 1907, and will
continue 12 week*. The muter!
term Wi'lopeuon December I'd I
Dm i iik the pant year thia school
enrolled U3I student* in the
Normal Department pro)»er. and
179 in the Training School, 'i he
coming year promise* to bo even
larger. The achool has a will
selected faculty, and is well
equipped for high grade work in
sll departments offered in the
bent normal schools.
Board and room can be had at
from $3.(10 to $3 50 per week.
Tuition is free to all re»identaof
Oklahoma <ind Indian Territory.
For catalogue, write to Thoa.
W. liutcher, President*
1 have the most complete
in Eastern Oklahoma.
I buy for three Big Stores
L. P. COFFEY
Licensed Undertaker and Embalmir.
Cushing a wnce Cleveland
of M. E. dhurch, August 14 to
22nd, Tickets on sale August
12 to 22 inclusive. Goad to re-
turn August 24. $2 05 for round
Annual Sunday School con
vention at Shawnee, August 20
to 22nd. Tickets on sale Aug
ust 19 to 22nd inclusive. Good
for return August 23. $2.00 for
Second class colonist rates to
California on sale daily from
September 1 to October 31, for
$25.00. Also aecond class
colonist rates to the northwest
on same dates. Portland and
Seattle $29.10 and Spokane
$26.60 and various other points
at correspondly low rates.
Nominte For State Senator.
Clarence Davis formerly of
Garnett, who who was 0112a
county attorney of Anderson
county, is the damocratic nom-
ine'? for state senator in the
Eleventh senatorial district of
Oklahoma. This district is com
posed of Creek and Payne coun
Clarence Davis is well known
hero, lie is a very active young
man and is possessed of more
than the usual ability. He is
aggreesive and full of vim, and
is a straight -out democrat al ways
| at the front in a pslitical fight,
j If ha should b« elected—and we
do not doubt that he will be -his
district will not have cause to be
ashamed of him. Here's hepin',
Clarence. The people of Garnett
regardless of politicf, want to
see you win.—Garnett, (Kans )
Phelos Produce Co.
Will pay the following prices this week:
Hens 8c. Springs 9c. Old Cox 16c each.
Eggs 8c per dozen. Butter 14c per lb.
Located at Ice Plant. (Old Town)
The Hon. W. H. Taft secre
tary of state prospective candi-
date for president, will be in
Oklahoma City from 8:30 a. m.
August 24, until 9:45 a. m.
"We never repent of eating to little,"
was ene of the ten rules of life of
Thomas Jefferson, president of the
United States and the rule applies to
every one without exception during
this hot weather, because it is hard tor
food, even in small quantitits, to be
digested when the blood is at high
temperature. At this seastn we
should eat sparingly and properly.
We should • also help the stomach
as much as possible by the
use of a little Kodol for indigestion
and dyspepsa, which will rest the
stomach by digesting the food itself '
Refigerator practically na\v| Thoie wno have stomach trouble,
for sale cheap. Enquire atjno matter how slight, should give
Perkins will hold an old set-
tiers picnic next week on
August 21, 22, 23, and 24th.
The 24th which is the last day,
will be devoted to the cause of
Sold by Su roan and Son
When wantiug a cold driuk or some
ice cream go to the Carr confectionary
on Broadway. It is an up-to-date
See Wintersteen for Insurance.
His agency,is composed of the
very beat companies. They are
no new experiments, but have
stood the test for years.
Kodol Fop Indigestion.!
J. Relieves sour stomach,
palpitation of the heart. Digests what you eat.
every possible help to the digestive
organs, to that Ihe food may be di-
gested with the least effort. This may
be d«ne by taking something that con-
tains natural digestive properties-
something like Kodol For indigestion
and Dyspepsia. Kodol is a -prepar
ation el vegetable acids and contains
the very saree juices found in a healthy
stomach. It digests what you eat
Sold by Suman and Son.
We sell Courtney's full vamp
shoes, The best line on the
market. No cut off caps. The
prices are the lowest in town.
Come in and see for yourself.
3overdaJe & Wray.
See the Cushing Drug Co., for
all of the latest magazines and
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Wintersteen, Paul A. The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1907, newspaper, August 22, 1907; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283967/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.