The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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THE CUSHING DEMOCRAT *«*•• f—
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in a Jotm little n#wsp»i*ri
nun the merchants of the u
do not support them. Well, •
should thty ? It is the '*p
Mtot of thr KntrrpriM that
merchant «!*#• not car* any m
about nipportiiig a
than the newspaper does aU>ut
supporting d merchant. (Ji«»
yuur merchants a new*sj«aper and
thejr will support it fast enough.
The new»i*j>er business is just
like any other; if you deliver the
(Ttxida you don't have to beg any-
body to aupport you. If you can't
deliver 'he goods >°° can't get
theattpi*>rt liartleaville Enter-
rhat he is
One lesson of the dry season is
that it pays to give crops the
proper attention. Too many of
our farmers content themselves
with getting the seed in the
ground, depending almost entire-
ly upon the soil for the maturing
of their crops. This season it is
clearly demonstrated that this it>
not the proper method of farm-
ing. Those fields which have
been carefully cultivated have
produced fair crops, in spite of
the dry weather, while thus* of
the careless indifferent farmer
have brought forth but scantj
yield. If there is that difference
in such a year as this, would there
en a dc
ry to t
apted to. Many ar
or doctor would I
made a successful merchant,
gineer or farmer, had nc
upon a farm properly cared for.
therefore good farming pajs, r <
matter what the season. —Pur-
There's No Other Way.
taking jtosition inside of the
break-water at Manilla. Extend-
ed liberty, and many visitors a-
board. Jan. 16th we proceed to
Olongapo, 9<) miles up the coast
where we ha :e small arms target
practice on the Olongapo rifle
The old adage that "Money; range. This was an excellent
makes the mare -go," has a count- outing and was enjoyed by all.
erpart in the truism that adver- Rjturning to the ship after a
tising creates and holds business, most enjoyable week of camp life.
What a man ot ordinary common wo enter the dry dock Dewey
sense engaged in business in this which was towed to its present
day and generation wouid think, mooring trom New York via Sue/,
or have the right to think of sue- canal. Jan. 30, we leave the
cess without liberal publicity dock and return to Manila to at-
through the best of all advertis* tend the Phillipine Carniyal and
ing mediums, the local paper? military field meet, freb. 2 to 9,
Sacred history records that"t..ere which was a brilliant success
is a time for all things," and j from beginning to end. Our race
when that truthful sentence was boat crew pulls that of the
penned if it was not meant that Cleveland a three mile straight
advertising should be perennial away and loses the race,also$2800
there was a lack of foresight: of our loose change by the very
that has since been made mani- small margin of two seconds.
fest. Feb.^lth we repair to the target
The smallest merchant in the , range in the Bay for "ping pong
smallest town, eveo though he and "sub caliber" practice pre-
may be the sole occupant or the' paratory to firing the snip's bat-
field, will soon find there is no teries. Dress ship and fire a na-
field whatever if the matter of tional salute Feb. 12th in honor
spreadingprinters ink is overlook- ot the centennial birthday of
ed or ignored. Trade that by right Abraham Lincoln. Ihese pro-
should come to him will be div- ceedings are duplicated on Wash-
erted in the direction of a rival ington's birthday. On teb. 23u
tow n, where the spirit of enter- we commence tiring the three-
prise above and b«yond all takes inch battery and finished with
into consideration the power of the six-inch on the 27th, making
the press as a distributor of in- some good scon s and winning
formation that the public desires the trophy as we afterward learn-
to know before parting with their ed.
dollars, that they may be placed March 10th "all hands up an-
where they will do the most chor" bound fur c<H>ier climes,
good. our first stop being Hong Kong.
In hundreds of instances, by China where we arrive two da.\s
words of its own and by extracts later. Hong Kong is an English
from the public press, it has been possession and one of the mosi
shown that without advertising important shipping centers in the
there is a no sure thing to success. Orient, EnK'ish. German. French
It has been demonstrated by piles Chinese and Purtugcese mer.-of-
of musty goods on dusty shelves, war at anchor here, and visiting
by out-of-date fabrics that no one parties are the rage' Special leave
wants at any price, and culmin- granted and many take advar-
deHnhtfyl f»tl w«*'.her * * »t«*ow
inf Shanghai we go is Ntmnd Ptortar
gfcund' April lick. a*l witness OGce in Rtme block. rpat*ir»
iMenfd tanr»t prafiew«»f or.r £un* # ppaeft# matnAm Pfeone 7).
butt*. , . „ - *
ViltakifutfL and Zif*ar * " Mi
%JU N. BENTLEY. THE TAILOR.
Continued From Last Week.
Troops stationed here tell us
that skirmishes with prolwing
bands of Moros is nothing unus-
From here we visit Sau Dakan
not be a corresponding difference antj return to Bamboo Headquar-
in years when conditions are bet- ters at Cavite, Jan. 7, *1/9. After
ter? The yield would be corre- receiving a supply of stores and
pondingly larger in a good year ammunition, we cross the Bay.
car. Embassy, CI
inerce. Navy Department,
ren.e Court a:.<i oti.flr pia<
minor importance. But to
to our cruise we sailed Jut
for Hakodato, Japan's
northern port where we si
three days and were tre?t
free beer during our rtay.
ates in a pulling down of the cur-
tains, no more to be taken down
or raised up.
If we are in business there are
some things incurring expense
and labor and eff it that may be
manently. but advertising ne»er!
That must fro on if we want to go
on ourselves with aucesaful busi-
ness pursuits. — Fairfax Cneif.
here we visit Vladivostok, Russia
the eastern terminal of the trans:-
; Siberian railway. This is t: e
most European looking town we
have visited, and it is a treat to
be among Occidentals even if we
cannot talk to them. V» e leave
there June 25th and after ten
days stop in Nagasaki, Japan,ar-
rive in Woosung, China, July 2nd
and spend 'he 4thjthere with cus-
tomary sports and honors and on
! the 6th start for an inland cruise
up the Yangtse Kiang river, visi-
ting Ching Kiang and Nan King,
the site of the famous Ming
On leaving here we had the
bad luck to lose a bower anchor
and 45 fathoms of chain, and af-
ter two days of unsuccessful
dragging we returned to Shang-
hai and met the Naval Collier Al-
exander, with a supply of stores
and coal for the gunboats and
ships of our squadron. From here
we are to visit TsingTaw.Corea,
1 then proceed to Chefoo, China,
I for our annual target practice,
when our present itinerary will
have been complete. Now as I
have already written more than I
intended to I will bring this to a
At some future time I may try
to give you a few details of our
life on shipboard, or the equip-
ment of some of our men-of-war,
but for the present "adieu".
Sincerely hoping I have not ov-
ertaxed your patience in the per-,
usalof this and wishing You and
the Democrat every success, I
Yours Very Truly,
Guy. N. Gibson.
One Stock of flour, feed, no-
tions and fixtures.
Two business buildings and lots, j
One business lot.
Three good residence lots i
a good part of the Town.
One residence lot.
One seven room house an
four lots in a good part of towr
One farm two miles fror
Cushing at a bargain.
For prices call on C. A. Humph
rev at the Feed Store. Reasoi
foa selling, am going West.
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Dr. J. T. Dungan *
V K It.KINABlAN
Phokr 140 C»>ln»|, Okt*.
New and Complete line of Fall
and VVintes Suit Samples
Latest styles Best of Qualitier
$13.00 lo $40.00
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervocs prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
We want you to sit up and take
notice of our spccial sale of
New Moline Wagons.
We are saving you from $5 to $15.00 on every wagon
and giving you the best wagon on the market Mada of
just a» good material as any other wagon, and ironed up
25 per cent better. A few of the special features not
found on other wagons are: a full clipped Gear, no holes
through the axles and bolsters to weaken them.
White oak hubs, conceded the best for this country.
Reach full sized and ironed full length.
Tongue is oak, heavily ironed with plate reaching full
Hidtory doubletrees with hitch from back, no holes
through them to weaken them.
Box is made of very best materials reinforced where they
rest on bolsters, and five oaken cross cleats, where oth-
ers only use four.
Many other features that space forbids mentionfng. In
conclusion we ask that you call and examine before buy-
We also handle the Studeb&ker
and Davenport Roller Bearing
§; Cushing Hdwe. Co.
OWEN & DUTTON, Props.
Sewing M a c K in e
runs lighter tkan any-
lasts longer than any
is more beautiful than
has less vibration
than any other.
is easier to operate
than any other.
makes a more perfect
stitch than any other.
t» the bett of all cotn-
hmed in ou.
mi siHfwi wnrif co.
For sale by
CUSHING FURNITURE CO
We have everything to eat
Fresh Groceries and the best Meats
Fish and Oysters in season
On the Corner
A Deal In Real Estate \
Can be handled quicker throngk our firm »
than any other way. Let us tell you why •
I We sell Real Estate Anywhere E
If you want to buy, sell or trade, see us. J
l CUSHING REALTY CO. I
KNEELAND A WARREN
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