The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 30, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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The Cushing Democrat
CUSHINC. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, OK. JO.II
NEWS AND COMMENTS.
Hittm •* Mir tit Imttf N f« In*
Querr): Whrtv did l>r, Cook
••t his Christ ma» dinrwr?
Kire iImI r»H I he cotton boost*
and kjcal jrin of the Aim nain
Hound link* Cotton Com|«ny at
()kUht>ma cotton farmer* are
not kicking Iwnu* the fleecy
staple has reach**! nix teen cents.
l*t her sunr.
Some people who try to iinprewi
others with their own importance
only succeed in making them-
The late«t Oklahonui Socialist
publication is The ' Industrial
Democrat, published at Oklaho-
ma City, with Marvin Brown as
Officers of the United States
Army prefer Oklahoma trained
horses to any others. There are
now 540 horses at Ft. Reno under
various degrees of training.
Governor Haskell has granted
a Christmas parole to Charles
White of Arapaho, convicted in
Caddo county of arson and serv-
ing a twenty-year sentence.
Reason Turner, a liveryman of
Kendrick, for no apparent reason
destroyed his reason and aiso the
top of his head, by shooting him-
self in the mouth with a shotgun.
man. ha* annouvtcvd hinwvlf a* a
eandklate for (he IVmnrrstir
nomination fur cungrv** in the
Advance figure* of thr State
Auditor'* rv|«urt »how that Okla-
homa i» worth one billion dollar*
Just think of it. The whole of
u» are worth about as much a*
John D. Rockefeller.
a ««ifrr that
their return on
enough to put
water, but the
the Are and pi
three >»r four tc
The A. II. T. A'i
Judtfe Milton C. 11st»'
Knid. »» »»«>* •"** ui»% my ti.
light as a candidate for <
oklahoma ranks sixth among ,n,blican nomination form
the tine producing ftat«*s. Tin
new mate produced 'i 335 short
tons of primary spidter or 1.17
|**r cent of the whole amount j
produced in the United States.
The direct r» of the Tulsa Fair
Association v decided to sjiend,
f 15,000 in improvements at the
to succeed Bird S. Metiuirv. The n
M»•».mrv faction have their work
cut nut for them if Judge (Sarbar .
doesn't land the plum.
milt ion and taking more
there in at every meet-
i*re i* more In ti»" dftng*
name of the order.
I lie convinced of the re-
hat is U'ing done in
'M*>' Itnlgi*. Ntt. NN. Man*-
John O'Neil wtyx that this is a
new story, and has never lw*en
printed in any paper: A boy
named his cats Torn and Jerry.
you name them
local driving park with a view to "w^y didn't
! hading the- BMtai Oklahoma ^ paaryV* he was asked.
State Mr the comiug s >ason. "These ar# not polecats, the l*oy
Those who ought to know,
claim that the snows which have
covered Texas like a blanket thin
winter, have destroyed the boll
weavel and that Texas therefore
should produce a splendid crop of
cotton next season.
Kliawnee. Ok in.: put on mourn-
ing on Christmas day cm account
of i)ir(di»u»trouft t,*pi"»ion which
oettirred in the Kock Inland sho|is
at that place at 1*2:17 o'clock Fri-
day the 24 th* Kngine No. lN'tO
Mew up, completely wrecking the,
round house, killing four men
and wriously injuring a number
The Nowata county commis-
sioner* have tiled ouster proceed-
ings in the district court against
G. S. Ford, justice of the |>eace!
Fnutk. an Indian There is noth ing pony, h n #l| surely ba a
ing unu«tial ala*ut that fact alone, tight to beh« hold either,
for lot* of |«»ople Hve near • el IL-og unai*)t a * reed) -mat'*
do. »*lt thr fart that this Indian, rUbln* big « a| ft |o rovrr h a
at the agr of £2 yea Vs. Mrigh* So tire snatuta. I Vjftaar * n«««; .
ngl pounds, marks him »«ne of Ing mivp the t ' *t|in India t
the world wonders. So far as blanket and im
we know, he is the most eeight> V( ...
i .i.i. | , , Mi«ea Alta Is iier, Amam.i
w * n Meliufhlin and Grace French
latter .ta>a, 1 MS one man can went to Oklahoma City on Wad-
•how as many pounds as four or- nesday morning to attend ti a
dinary men, or the oniinary rid- state teachers meeting.
iv plied. Guthrie LNMHf. ,
E. F. Reigt r, who ssys he is a
railroad conductor, was arrested
by Chief of Police Ituek (iamrtt. 'j Arrnsll^g townsWp. ch.rpng>
of Ardmore. charged with at-
tempting fraud through the so-
licitation of funds for a penniless
widow at Daugherty. His peti-
tion was generously signed in
gross jmrtiality, oppression, cor-
ruption, extortion, wilful mulud-
ministration and corrupt conduct
in office. That ought to hold the
"Jedge" for awhile.
Why should not mistletoe In?
our State's emblem. The argu-1
ment against it that it is of par-
At bartlesville on Dec. 24th, J.
E. Blount, 32 years old. who had
just begun working for the Dew- Ardmore.
ey Portland Cement Co. was
smothered to death in a pit .at A Mexican laborer named Sil
the company's plant, He had re- vario Charvey, was shot and in
cently come from Rush Springs, stantly killed by a negro bootleg- asitic growth, can be answered
Okla. ger named James E. Garnett, thus wise: The mistletoe elects
near Perkins. Garnet was cap- to grow where it chooses and has
Mrs. M. D. Jones, deputy reg- tured and taken to jail at Still- selected Oklahoma as its home,
ister of deeds of Beckham coun- water. Here it grows abundantly. Okla-1
ty, announces that she will be a homa mistletoe with its white,
candidate for register of deeds Lark Clutter, of Oklahoma waxen berries is the finest in i
next year. She is not allowed a City, who had planned to kill the world.
vote and there is a question as to himself five days before Christ-
W. E. Worden of Waukomis, a her constitutional competency to mas, considerately put the deed Down in the country near the j
successful banker and lumber- hold an office.
Cushing Drug Co.
Colds and coughs seem to be epi-
demic; have they struck you?
They are easily controlled if you
use the right remedy.
PINE will do the work; we sell it, 25
cents a bottle.
Cushing Drug Co.
G. E. HUDSON & DAN WF.LDON,
off until after the Christmas fes- little town of Caddo lives Willis
Rug — $35
Only 2 More Days Of Opportunity.
r 'WWII IMTlIBi —Mi
Is a good time to get your Implements
•Buggies and Wagons. —
Have your Tickets Punched for
For 2nd largest amount: An order for $5 worth of Mdse. from our store—given by the Cushing Democrat
3rd Prize: One pair of $4 shoes—Ladies or Gents
Get a ticket and see that each purchase is punched. N. B.—All prices remain the same. Watch our ad.
All Ticket must be in on or before
FRIDAY DEC. 31, 1909.
And will be counted aturday Jan. 1, 1909
in the morning by W. A. Hoffman, O. R.
Lillie and Milton Thompson. Award
made at 4 o'clock P. M.
CUSHING TRADING CO.
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The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 30, 1909, newspaper, December 30, 1909; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284291/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.