The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907 Page: 1 of 10
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of our nio*t vuluotl member* of f„,.iuu«i vi»it to un* t»uc« im»i M«*a wiili H» 'j64^11' 'I®3!
a«*ured u* tlant they meant
|>U»lltO»<« utld woulil »urt to
work mmhi oa tlieir oil mill.
I Wo 1io|m* they are alncere In
their project, lor If tliey build,
CunUmn will eoDiunu* morj cot-
h»*\n Inekle of »ixty day* »«d
for the will to l** *Mt»|»leUMl nod
iii opeiniion by l)eeeu.bt»r 1* l»' *
'fite scunerelilelBb glv»* the
oil company 20 acre* of land on
11 p. Ma*lrr»' farm for ft-«-cl»uir
|it*nH and one and a half block
of land went of the Sant.i I* e
iU»l»ot#for the site of the mill and
wareliousea. Tim location ol
llm mill in a very deairable one
for tbo site in betweenthe M. K.
<fc T. and the Santa Pe railroad#,
which gives excellent trackage
facilities. The oil company alao
jrCts the use of the deep well on
the west side of town, which
will always give them plenty of
water. The stock has *11 been
subscribed for so there is little
doubt but what work "will coin
me nee at once.
The contract was signed by
M. H. Thompson, of Stillwater,
and Mr*. E. N. Sarbet, of Guth-
rie, president and secretary re
spectively, of the Independent
the younger social **»t and «»nU*r aajf.
their new life with the *ell
wi»he* of all
They are now at home to their
many friends in the Hoi®*teen
residence, which the groom ha*
furnished Tor bin bride.
The Di.MOCBAt extends con
gratulations, hoping that Mr.
Coyle'* cotton gin carru** the
Im*»1 of coal at all lime*. Price*
are the luwe*t in town.
|\ ||.mK W4M down frum Vmwa**
yrfttriil4) iookluK aftrf l»«»»toe«i
tut< rmtn at Mil* |»laee.
Parous corn, luy ard all
- kinds of feed at living price* go
and Mrs Cullison may enjoy all, ^thoSbir Store,
the pleasures of this life in their
newly formed happiness.
«.!». AIU»« and L. II Owen were hi
Oklahoma nty yesterday iwukuig
—— " «ft*r buaiuw* niattera. •
\V. E. Erwin spent last Sunday to »„
• 1 iien R,ter* Iihh Uavo oonnned to
lemiitiK*. bin home this wtek wait an attack of
Por tirst-cluss coal and lagrippe.
prompt delivery, c.ill up Coyle
ERWIN repairs watches, clocks
John Arnold our popular Indian
farmer, was a Stillwater visitor the
first of the week.
For good clean lump coal call
up Coyle's gin. 'Phone 108.
Ervin Bittner was down from Still-
water last Saturday, spending the day
with home folks.
For^ all kinds of Sewing
Machine, needles, repairs see
J'.]). Mitchell drove up from his
farm last Sunday for a few hours
visit with frends.
When wanting stump pullers
see the Cushing Trading
Chas. Berner was in Ripley a few
hours last Tuesday.
For the best grade of drugs
see the Cushing Drug Co.
C. L. Burdick was down from Still-
water last Tuesday.
WANTED—To buy or trade
for a bicycle in good repair.
See Erwin, the Jeweler.
W. H. Coyle is preparing to build a
cotton gin at Norfork. which will be
completed in time to handle this year s
Get our prices on sale bills be-
fore placing your ordeis. We
print them on short notice and
in workmanlike manner.
Mrs. Thomas () »kes left last Friday
for Chicago where she will vult with
h«r parents for the next two weeks.
See The Wall paper at L. P.
Cottey's before you buy and
save a little money on your bill.1
If you can save some that will
help a little.
Dr. Wells left ond»y for Western
Oklahoma where he expects to remain
for a few month?.
I have just received a new
line of Rope and Lace curtains.
Come in and see them at
Oal Wright had business in Chandler
the first of the week.
See Erwin for 14 and
18 karat ring*.
( ail (Jrecn has returned from <'«>«.
eta where he has been employed by the
Katy. lie expects to reiuain heiv.
A large grading outfit was
unloaded here Unlay and will
establish a camp one mile south
of town. We have not learned
what their work will be.
ton *etMl ill h«»r oil mill* thi* fall
than any oth«*r town iu Okla
lioma. Kacli tine of the mill*
will have a cpiclly of sixity
ion* a day and there in bnt one
other mill in the territory with
Pu*h her along gentlemen.
There is no other town in Kast
«.i*11 Oklahoma that has as much
cotton contributary to it as we
have. Beaides we hive three
railroads that traverse through
some of the best cotton couutry
in the southwest, and there will
be more seed shipped here than
the mills can handle.
The Democrat will not reach
our rural route subscribers out
of Cushing until Saturday, as
tomorrow is recognized as a
As several compliant* have
been made of late that rubbish
and dead animals are being
dumped on the public high way
we ask you to read Art 2, page
session laws of 1895. If
any more compliants are made
the law will be enforced.
Uy order Township board,
, .. legal holiday, and thermal route
Bead the ad on another page for the j ~
Kolbourn commission company. It is carriers get a lay-o .
worthy of your attention.
Suman & Son are the only
people in Cushing who carry the
Arthur Price was up from Avery last
Friday and Saturday visiting with
friends. Arthur has been employe^
there for the past few months, but now
ezpects to return to Washington.
S. C. B. Plymoth Rock Cock
rells for sale. John Parker, 3£
miles northeast of town.
The price of Jewelry
is low but the quality
is the best at Suman
VV. H. Coyle of Guthrie, has
I purchased 40acres of land ad -
nushinir and announces
| purciiast u tuav/i'-ij vu -
The person selling us the most ! joining Jushing and announces
dee, of osrgson Saturday. Feb j |l00°"e"
23, between morning and 61faeea „ .
Thomas Brennanand Wm, Dunn are
in Chandler this week looking after
business matters before the county
o'clock in the evening, will be
given one dollar in cash. F. VV.
Eitzmann, The German
Wedding presents in
silverware at unheard
of prices at Suman
George W. VanUelder and Miss Net-
tie Diilay, both of Cushing, were
carried on last Monday by Fred A.
Wagner, Probate Judge of Lincoln
Dounty, at Chandler. The Demo chat
Sam Blackburn had a horse
and saddle stolen from a hitch-
Dr W H. H. Scott, of Cusli- rack in Cushing last Saturoay
" ' ~ ' night. nofc
Erwin has just received a
large line of alarm clocks, not
cheap ones with fine lookin
frames but reliable goods.
acre for the land. * If he builds,
that will make two oil mills at
the bustling city of railroads.
Bert Gilpin, who at one time
was employed at this place as a
pharmacist by Brink Bros , is
opening a drug stdre on Main
street. He is now having his
fixtures arranged in the building
and expects his complete stock
of drugs to arrive any day.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson of
Kansas City, are visiting at the
parental home, F. M. Wilson
ing was in the city last Tuesday
on account of a sick child at the
home of his nephew Mr. Wat-
The property has not
yet been recovered, but evidence
points very strongly to one or
Fanlkner Brothers received
thier large bake oven today and
is having it put in place, lhey
will open their new establish -
ment in a few days.
C. S. Gibson is now employed
as a salesman at Liaughlin's hard
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Wintersteen, Paul A. The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907, newspaper, February 21, 1907; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284234/m1/1/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.