The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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The Cushing Democrat
CUSHING. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, JAN. 13. 1910.
NEWS AND COMMENTS.2
Uitlm 11 Mmst Ifitftv M f* Nt?
i»n of the
l«til and ii«
j ia mo
m in thi
■ I t1
ial alliance to me
nth U»nk robbeti
inir at the Metho
>ne of tht* Hi
Ask ins, who waa imp
the eg trie
It ia gi
burglarized. Kntrance wai
ed through a ivar window
965 in money and stamps t
Five weddings in one week at
Granite. Okla., should prove con-
clusively that there is something tj,e robbery of some Bulgar-
tender about granite after all. jang> two years afro near Stroud.
A fine vein of rich zinc ore has lias been sentenced to five years
been discovered on the Goddard imprisonment at McAlester, with
farm just west of Stillwell, Okla.. hard labor.
at a depth of only thirteen feet. Beckham county has a Star-
Kepresentative Carter has in- vation creek. Nimrocls with rod
traduced a bill in congress pro- and reel must be optimistic to a
viding for a $200,000building for, large degree who work up much
McAlester. , enthusiasm over a trip to Starva-
Student workers of the Ep- l'on cr®ck-
worth University, at Oklahoma Robbers at Muskogee burnt !
City are making plans for the some kind of a drug at the home
erection of a $10,000 Y. M. C. A. of John W. Sparks, the fumes of j
building soon. j which stupified the family. They j
A real live possum took up its j then took valuables to the
abode in a bunch of collar pads j amount of $400.
at one of Bristow's mercantile! The Universities of Oklahoma'
establishments. It is presumed ! and Missouri will meet on the
the merchant does not advertise, gridiron at Joplin, Mo. this year j
The fruit growers of Oklahoma | in their first football game be-
predict that the unusually cold tween the two schools. The date
winter will be of great benefit to I has not yet been set.
tilt from the grand
at ion scheduled for
neiit ha* Then* will he mwip change* in
rt> arrv» the personnel of the house at the
Okk turning ipvcial w«mun. Roprt.
iCt to l«* tentative Hrklgvt, of Wundwifd
induct rial I county, tut* removed from the
i and Mi - j »ute. John R. McCill of l/)Vt
» donated | county, i» now a resident of
illey ami (Sndy county, and Dick Brown-
rectum i'f k* of Dewey county, livm In
building* had been held Oklahoma City. Several light-
ng to the slowness of the ning rod* arr up in the hope
r department in delivering there will aoon be a flash in eer»
h! for forty acres. tain particular spot*.
ank*«J a deed
nd near I'au
t of a an
for a stale Uc
>1. Three hu
res of the Ian
liaens of !**u
tewoial and ti
D. Benedict, of the Fit
Tribes of C
ml that if Attorney
t win* his freight
jutenger rate* suit* now
g in the circuit court at
lis, he will enter the gov*
[e county democrat* held a
n day celebration Jan. 8th,
d a hard time to find a
picture of Jackson in the state.
They could have substituted the
classic features of the Hon. T. J,
Guthrie, Okla., Jan. 8.—Acting
Chairman Jim Harris tonight
called the republican state com-'
mittee to meet at 2 o'clock the
.... afternoon of Jan. 17th at the <
construct a railroad in the near |onc hoU!| in Guthrie, for thej
purpose of inaugurating the state
Miss Kate Barnard, state com-
missioner of charities and cor-
rections makes some sensational
i supervisor*, as the result of an
investigation that has disclosed a
"disgraceful condition" affecting
the material and moral welfare
of the schools.
C. G. Jones will undertake to
future and there are several re-
publican politicans who ho|>e it
will act as a handicap in the race
for the governorship nomination.
As an indication of the volume
of the bootleg trade in Vinita it disclosures in her report to the
can be authoritatively stated that Governor, concerning the inhu<
a gentlieman offered three cents unities practiced upon patients
a dozen for empty whiskey bot- at the hospital for the insane at
ties and in one day received over Norman.
5,000 bottle. Justice of the Peace W. R.
Lightning plowed a furrow Rosei of Geary declared a street
down a canyon in Beaver county tax ievy of $5 ^r capita to ^
and developed an oil well which unconstitutional. The 'squires'
is now flowing two hundred bar- decision however was not consid-
rels a day. So says Mrs, Josie ered final as the case was imme-
Pettie, owner of the well and the (diately appealed to the higher
land adjoining it. 'judgement of the county court.'
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 WELDON,
A New Year s A New Deal
BETTER THAN EVER
C T C
The Famous Kindergarten Shoes.
In Browns, Tans, Ox-Bloods and Patent Leather. Bootees for children,
with a nice flexible sole and Vici kid uppers. Tomething that pleases the
THE SHOE IS THE STETSON
Highest Grade Shoe Made for Men. The Famous Corn Dodger $6.00
value for $5.50. A $6.00 Vici Hid Stetson for $5.50. Lace and Button
Patent Leathers, $7.00 for $6.00. These prices for January only.
The Best Work Shoe is The Endicott Johnson' We Have Them.
A fine line of Overcoats for boys at reduced prices.
The Famous "IMPERIAL" and "FIT 'EM BETTER" Lines
All Wool Fabrics, Cheaper than ever.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM
We have just received a new line of LADIES
SKIRTS. The very latest. They will please you.
Yours for a
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The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910, newspaper, January 13, 1910; Cushing, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284422/m1/1/: accessed January 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.