The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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lllrbrM |«Hw» l*»M 1'*
dvlivrrmj in ca»hin« Arthur
A $1500 ihMmm* *f»«l ««»••••
birn f«»r ut*1 l«*r $10S<I, 14 tots.
Inquin* at tbl» uflta**.
amiM wt TUmday
mominir when it r**»lly loukad a#
if aome rain might full.
Il«*nry How land had bin watch
■tuU'fi from him white huU^'P in
t))«* office «»f the Hvtry Idirti.
Th«- t lit'ft wm committ«'«l Inat
Wulter 8*r and Fox
Indian former accomjmnii'il n
number of hi* peo|»l# loQuenemo,
KansaM, where they went to at
tend the fortieth anniversary
of Quenenio'a founding.
H. T. Carver and family re-
turned from their wuatern trip
on Saturday. Thev visited in
Missouri before? coiyinir home.
Roy Harmon returned from St
Joseph where Mr. Carver had
joined him, the same day.
C. S. Gibson left for Quenemo.
Kansas, on Wednesday, to attend
the fortieth anniversary of the
Settlement of that place. Que-
nemo is the old Sac and Fox a-
gency and the judge took a num-
ber of Sac and Fox Indians to
help celebrate the anniversary,
c. E. Still returned from
Beaver county, where he had
been attending to his farm inter-
ests, on Monday evoning. He
was accompanied by his mother
who, on Tuesday, accompanied
her daughter, Mrs. Lininger, to
Glencoe, where she will visit for
Prof. C. C, Parkhurst, Princi-
pal elect of the city schools, ar-
rived on Saturday and will devote
the remainder of vacation period
to getting acquainted and pre-
paring for his work. M. Park-
hurst is a genial gentleman and
seems very earnest. He comes
well recommended and we pre-
dict a successful year for the
H. F. Canada has severed his
connection with The Cushing
Trading Company with whom he
has been for seven years. We
understand Mr. Canada has dis-
posed of his property here and
will take some time looking a-
round before locating. The Trad-
ing Company have employed
George Carman and Elmer Mc-
laughlin as clerks to help them
• handle the large stock just pur-
Cottonwood District Items.
We are enjoying some good
cotton weather at present
Fred Holderread is getting
along fi:^e « He is ah e to work
on their new house.
Mr. Akers of Johnson county
Ma who has been visiting his
children here for the past three
weeks left for home Sunday
night. His daughter. Lucy came
in Saturday to nurse her sister.
Louis Holderreed sold a pair of
two year old mules this week to
George Laughlin for 225 dollars.
.Mr. Holland of Heaver OOUBty
has been in this neighborhood
looking for a farm. He will lo-
cate near SUvud.
Miss /.or* Pierce left last week
for a visit with her s^ter in Hea-
ver count >.
Miss Jessie Holdemped of
cushing visited h«»u*e Sun-
May Fickel vwited at Holder-
iwiis Satunia v nigh! and Sunday
Mr. Hammond ©f Ripley «ras
in thie neighbor*Tuesday af-
And Live Slock
(IUWm Gly, Zflfc
l* (MUm ilk IfW
ft ill u ktU RAIN m SHINfL Tks wifl mp*m *•
.is* nmh .u/, $*p«»«Wr 3MNk. s*4 class Friday «
it 1-b.f rill Ts CmI re* r« > Fall 1>«M
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tali |4fr let lb* otS H'lMlkM fair*
||» Th# |>rt>niuiii* Im>> 1... II largely la
ifax >1 and lb# daaaiBralloaa rear
iU< m|i il lu nrblu lb* llr* stork
.»• h • 4»aiB>stlixi* ibe manave^eitl baa
m'i mleiiified to adhere as nearly aa pua
• u u.l. (h«< r«-cuiuii»ett4atloBa of »b*
aim «arhiu» reflatry s»»«»rl»tl«'»» Willi
• • ..riijx r n. •.!>"'«ll"H «l Ibe biee.|*r»
it artiui(l| llit* and sd|uiali.| rouallsu
»r> I I# eibibn promises a r**"iBlloa 'u
•• ,\* . I. !...•■ .dill n»*l * i
tiuiUmal in rliararier
1 lioilkaliiU of ,wiipl«> will m> do*"*!
iiw * hii'ii liilere*! lu Ibe rkblUll u(
'I i" . urat'H. rattls, *hecp and »Mlne aud In
linn of i-tory de|iartnietii tb*> *111 Mud keen
The fall fame for buainea* will op«n, •ml we will appear upon the diamond with
brand new Imo of harness, just arrived fresh from lk« big harnoss fscloriw
new bwitdlnga and i
groitnd* with new *ul
••invi'iilenee of Ibe tb-
ttor* 'o be eni^rlslni'd
tm|*rov«ai#tila for 19"®
c<:li lit rue lion of au «
Klll7d feel of th«
I* year. Th'
nsiai of il"
im.ai nindcm ty|H
The building will
fair tlBM * il* B|
lights. It baM ct>i
water and (MP
In inl'ilttali 11 1- ! iri
be r*-p!ete during
' ti* of eieclrlr
icnt floor*, Hi)
»t« wwer ayaUtu
put and moat mod-
ern iiirwy «. iiimI iiml l»?uiv elsht
the latter being somrtMlW new In th«
smUHi'ment line for the twOple of the
Wat—«Od built al a cowl »f $40,000.
have bet n cotiipl&tcd and will add i
the gayety of ihe ImmenBo amusement
The grand stand, which lias a seating
capacity of 8.11OO, and which In the
moHt modern in the southwestorn
country, has bwn remodeled.
A swine building hns been erectcd.
together with tile largest swlno Judg-
ing pavilion In the west
not least, the r
ni v Inn thr | roiopetlilon for tbe premium* The
Ik* f«r tli herd* of dairy cattl*. and product*
jiiW of vl» J that will be Rhown will be on an e»-
:enalvo *enle, and the new live stock
pavilion *ill not only sfford bef.-r
acllltie* t'-r ahowlng the atock. U.U
will give the spectators many adtau
1 iKe* In ft eli!* what I* being dfcni.
to luiprov.- the quality of the chief
herd* uf the country.
The art department will be seen on
a more extensive wale this year, and
'the present indications prove a cii-
terhin, the apaco given for thl* work
will lie filled to overflowing with Cn*
specimens of needle and crochet work.
. inbroldery. painting* and draw lugs
by both amateurs and professionals,
decorated china, and many oihor
classcs of finer work which are the
product of women's hands.
With |t8.000 to be divided among
the owners of race horses the dally
racing program will be on a par with
iny nici't held In connection with n
state fair in the United States. There
will be six events dally, and some
They are tha very latott t'ling out in harness fashions, trimmed in the latest buckle
design*, they are the product of years of experience in the harness business, are made
from the best of harnets leather, and in short, are the neate:t, nobioat and strongest har-
ness we have ever shown to the people of Cushing and vicinity.
We dan't ask you to t \keour word for this harness, but we do ask that we may show
you our wagon harnesi that is noted for its strenzth and quality, those double buggy har-
nets that are the very model of neatness and durability, and those sinple harness that trot
beside the nobieit and most up-to-date harness in the city.
Now is the time to drop into the game, when the line-up is complete, when you can
stand t:p and umpire the game to your own satisfaction, now is the time, the game will
start a;id tbe score for harness will stand
$12 to $30 Harness
We give Piano contest Votes with
every dollar cash purchase here.
to Uiv:i; 11.I.1 " fi d r i led, mid 1 of the lu'st trotiei.i. pacers and ruu-
"."•ii.niio feet of cement sidewalk* an«TI tiers 011 the turf today will contest
paving will jiITi i d avenues for the I for the prise money. In addition lo
fivd ami we;'rv to stroll through the races the amusemeni program
beautiful groves, down by the canals | »ill embrace seme of the highest cla:.*
Hardware and Harness Store
' EXPOSITION BUII.D1NC. STATE FAIR GROUNDS
of Venice, through lovely flower gar-
<1 ens, 10 j.:a.«» of amusement and
The building used in IftOS as the
agricultural hall has boon converted
Into an auditorium and music hall
paiate rooms have been provided
for the various societies and organ!
taiions. where annual meetings car
iie held during the eximsition. In this
hail l.ilvr.Ki's band—the most famous
concert baud in America—will give
three concerts daily and ihis great
eg- egathm of renowned musician-
sUrne will be wei: wcrth the s rice of
li will not b? amiss at this time to
thai ihe feature of the big fail
v n be the dislpay of Oklahoma ex-
hibits. in order to give the visitors ;
comprehensive idea of the resource-
of this great state. Minerals from thi
hutdr ^is v;t raim s. factory-made
got\is. farm products, fruits and a!
n;a;.r.cr of articles produced from Ok
lahoma soil will be displayed. Ovei
. 1 in premiums has u-en set
a> de by the m.1:1.0: n«;«t of '.UelfaM
fi r exhibits Of loo stock, agriculture,
dairy, apiary, educational, fine arts,
texuie aud culinary.
More modern fu ni machinery and
implements wilt Vc exhibited this year
than any year In the history of th.
state, for the reason that *11 factories
have been forced Into this rapidly
growing commonwealth on account o
keen competition for s fast growing
bustm as. and by exhibitinc hero on a
attractions ever brought west of New
' York. There will be the "carousal."
"figure ei-ji.t," "canals of Venice.
' "ocean wave." "human roulette
j wheel," "Ferris wheel" and I.iberati's
grand concert band of forty pieces.
Xicholas Ohefalo will cause thous
| ands to stand in awe as he plunge*
I over the death trap loop and gap.
! which is one of the most seusi.i.n.nl
and dangerous a.^ts devised and ex.--
cuied by rnau and in which dealu 1-^
the penalty for the slightest mtscuie
O'avalo. the dare-devil, who has
caused the blood of kings an.1 queens
princes and princesses to tingle witb
excitement, will be seen In his mar-
velous feat of a backward somersault
a distance of one hundred and ten fewi
into a tank of burning, llfe-eattng
gasoline. 1 he IV Lano brothers. L»h-
toy brothers, and Raaiza and A,-no
world famed aerial artists and kings
of the air. will complete the wonderful
program of free daily attrateions.
THE FAIR WILL BE READY.
Cushing Produce Market.
! Corrected weekly by Everett
I Phelps Produce Company.
i Eggs per doz. 14c
Hens per lb, 8c
! Springs under 31b. loc
j Oldcox each 15c
Young Cox each 15c
Turkeys 11c lb.
' Duck per lb. Gc
I Green hides Gc
I Horse hides each $1.50
Butter per lb, 15c
M. B. FURROW
Office in Rowe block. Upstairs
opposite postoffice. Phone 71.
STATE FAIR OFFICIALS.
No state fair can be successfully
j conducted unless there are propor
j heads of the various depatrments.
I Those who have charge of the great
Oklahoma state fair to be held 'ti
Oklahoma City September 29 to Octo-
ber 8, has already accomplished ni'ich
to make the coming fair
Below will be found a list of the olfl-
cers, directors and superintendents
N. BENTLEY, THE TAILOR.
Room 5 Harmen Block.
New line of Sample* to «uit Season .al-
ways on hand.
Cleaning and pressing done Promptly
OFFICE PHONE 37. RESIDENCE 28.
DR. H. C. MANNING
* PHYSICIAN AND* SURGEON
Office over First National Bank
and CURE the LUNCS
w,th Dr. King's
and all THROAT and luhg TROUBLES.
OB HONEY REFUNDED.
-J. B. Tho-
Everything will be in place when
the Oklahoma State Fair at Oklahoma
City opens September '29. Exhibitors
have been notified that the entry list
will close as per rules and regulations
and that in order to compete for tb*>
handsome prises aud premiums offered
this year they must have their 9\
hlbits in place ai the appointed :Ur.-
There will be the usnal ceremonlea t o
the first day in opening the great fair
:iddn ses aud music being a part of ti *
opening day program.
Succeed when everything else tails,
in nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND
h is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
FINE RACING PROwrtaM.
iff A ■ m at iril
it.* au*ja*ad ia ii.
tat some of the an si prvra
. st atabies oa th* turf will be riy
• at the OlilskoM ^tate Fat*"
Ofciahwifca Oil) Sept<«b*r £9 t«
OettvtMir * >* an :nd>eat»M that th<
!rottlu| aad t-actaf stars of the tar.'
• ill be se«& oa the Stats Fair track
Oklshaaca s Use rs - i g c rralt
• :ia ti.aes sinef ta f*rs#s tM>
. .ar tk* be |tw« the Ws'
raa th t have e»e- Va4 tsr (Mr
Wftr m th* sawhwest The ftsi.
Mr tnrt s p* hK-t aad Wi»» «wr»
•art #aaW th* «t#w*er» to
s is* r»«vja» i«..i4 iW tait.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PIMPLES.
Ketno. a dean liquui for external u.«e.
draws the (Terms and tt.« ir twain* to thi*
surface ot the skin and destrors them,
leavit^ the skin clear and healthy
u> ». v bviUra »ul care aay cas«
di t »ni|. i«a and blsrkktai:
Fin *aie ewri^Ui' Writ t tot mm
pie, F. W Rv-. Medfiae Co .St Leala.
CUSHING DR'JG C
Vice president—F. |L Jordan. !
'Secretary—L S. Mahan.
Treasurer—S. C. Heyman.
Board of Directors.
H. Overholser, C. G. Jones, F. M. j
Jordan, S. C. Heyman. V. L. Bath. C. H. j
Keller, F. ?ites. J. M. Bass. Mrs.
Mattie H. Flick, Q. N. LungieUow, i
Jos. Hucklns, Jr.
Manager live < -.ock show—John j
Fields. Oklahoma City.
Class A—Beef Cattle—Frank Ken-
yon, Oklahoma City.
Class A—Dairy Cattl
burn, Oklahoma City.
Class B—Horses—W. L. English. J
Class C and I>—Sheep and Swine—
R Kleiner. Wheatland.
Class E—Poultry—W P. Hawkins,
Class G and H—Farm Products
Horticulture . and Floriculture—^ m.
Class I—Fine Arts—Mrs. Harry C.
Davis Oklahoma City.
Hedlund, Oklahoma City.
Geological—Prof. C. X Gould. Nor-
Class K—Agricultural Implements—
Orin Ashton. Oklahoma City
Class L—Dairy—Prof. R. C. Potta.
Class M—Apiary—F. W. Van De-
Class N—Culinary- Mfss Harriet L.
Toan. Oklahoma City
Class O—Textile-Mrs. F G Hanks
Stock Judging Conteat—Prof W . A
Supenatendt-ut of Gates ^ e^toc
Atwood Oklahoma City
SaperiatendeBt of TVck»ti —J. F
Warrvs Okiah*^na City.
Sutterib'.«nd«nt c* Hospttai—Dr *
Ii HabUaiX Cklahoms Ctly
Marshal of Rlcg—W R. Waltses
Office Phone 36. Re». 26.
Dr. BENJAMIN DAVIS
Successor to Dr. McHenry
physician and surgeon
office: Opposite postoffice.
Dr. J. T. Dungan
•ti KH »\!Xi
a w aiii.vxta
CJSH'NG DRUG CO.
W.WMi'S !>IH Dl*»CO> tRl
»li Smrriy Stop Thai
CUSHING DRUG CO.
runs lighter than any
lasts longer than any
is more beautiful than
has less vibration
than any other.
is easier to operate
than any other.
make# a more perfect
stitch than aay other.
ts the hest of all»om-
hinni in one.
mi sivw*; HA( wt co.
CHICAGO it ILLINOI*
For tale by
CUSHINC FURNITURE CO.
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