The Cushing Citizen (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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WE CLOTH YOU
At the old Stand. Cu*h-
ing Trading Co.
We wi*H io thank our many frk*wU ami ru*ft*fftrr« that Havt? I***n
taklnir advantage of thin grvnl «ilr Ami mv #rt» |»r**u«l to my Ihiit
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you here nftm. yuu can alway* tlml a rlran and u|»<!*»'«!a!r tine of
lirucvrte*. l>ry CkmmI*. Cloth In*. Shorn. Furht»)iiftir« of all kind*
ladtoa' Suit* and Drmxt* at thU CJrval Stuiv.
We will pay $25000 reward to any tkrr-
$on U thin it not a Henuiru- final wind up
ol thi$ great tale Sale doted potitively Saturday. teb
ruary 20 at 10:30 p. m.
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Last Call at Prices Deserving Consideration
CUSHING ..... OKLAHOMA
WE FKKD YOU
t the old Stand. Cunh-
itifr Trading Co.
Mim Imm Ueu, at
C'jr. netted enl Mua Grace llwfl
too h*r» latter part of la«t week. join
lag the latter on a vtatt to TttUa
Mrs. Jack Ford i« home from Tu'
aa where .he had leen in attendan*
on her father he having been ratlte
Miioualy ill for the pa«t few work*
Sheriff Hume, of Garfield count)
haa bMn over for three or four da)
paat looking after property interest
hare and attending to official buaineai
John Good, Chas. Swartout, A. 11
Holland and others left Tuesday af
temoon for Guthrie where Mr. Ho!
land's ease will come up trial tomor
Messrs. Rorr, of the AHas Supply
Co., and E. C. Phenis, of C. B. Shaf
fer'B office, are in Stillwater today o
huainoAH, going up via the Jew-Pack
Mis* Cora Garrettaon, of I)ewe>
has arrived in Cushing and as soon a
the room in the Hughes building o-
North Harrison is completely fitte(
up, will open a complete ;«tock of mil
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sitteriy are a'
home again, Mr. Sitteriy from an ex
tended marketing trip east and Mrs
Sitteriy from a visit with friends an'
relatives at Oklahoma City and Guth
The Citizen learns that the building
now occupied by the New Famous Caft
will be vacated by March 1, and after
being overhauled will be occupied b'
a jewelry store. A new firm of tail
ors will have shop room in the build
ing, it is learned, and business in tha'
section will pick up in a hurry.
C. W. Ferry formerly with the
Consumers Refinery here, and J. R
Biard leave Friday afternoon via San
ta Fe for Chicago for a business trip
of two weeks' duration. It's a cinch
there will be some Cushing boosting
done in the windy city while these
two gentlemen are there.
The east room of the old John
Good stand on East Broadway is being
remodeled for a moving picture house.
The front being installed will be a
modern "movie" front and will add
to the appearance of that side of the
street. The west room is being fitted
up for the Leader Store and it is ex-
pected will be ready for occupancy
about the 20th.
Dave Sharp of the clothing depart-
ment of Lutz-Sitterly big establish-
ment here, is laid up this week with
an attack of grip. It started off with
a chill, the same being occasioned, bo
Dave says, by a big husky coming in
armed with a Krupp rapid fire gun in
his hip pocket and loaded to the
guards with bootleg booze. He de-
manded immediate attention and Dave
got overheated waiting on him. Then
came the reaction—a chill — from
the boy to laid up.
D I. Ketoo. of Cleveland, i proper
tf owner both in thta city and Mt
here. wa* down Tuesday
looking after buatneee tatereeta.
Mr ttparrww. of hr—w. ha*. le UaMaia. *» «vtohM wvik
• now man ta tlM Kaijr oAtm hare j Kirkarti. tm u>. rtoaatag . » -# aad
• j tailoring Haa. ie now ea *** Brood
Attorney Cert Wnw t* kooM from ^ M Al'a place, eton t» le ta bM
a buauiaaa trip down la MeCurtaM with a partner working for him
<xn.J Mondey motmng a baby bo> county. [aalf
it thatr ho ^e in thla city — ■ >
Ilea Weldoa to ta Gutkne ea l-ga
witiM Wort the Pidml court tkl-
Mr aad Mr«. Frank Lafa
Judge F. M Green, *#ntor nMMnbo
jf th» Cltisen Arm. l» laid up with a Georgia
mere attack of grtppe
W F. Power*, of Guthrie, waa ov
r Monday afternoon and night look
ng after buaineM affair*.
Pete Stewart, of Stillwater, waa, |||M Cora Garrluon arrived
town Tuesday vtatting hU etater, Mim fay from ih. ewtrm market, where |
I .h. purrha>»d a complete lino of up
o . • o date millinery for the Gamuoi
Mra K C. Cadle U en th« MCk lial Ht'lumry to be located at HI N Har
(hi* week, auffenug from an attack , avenue.
of fever. J 9
• ■-1 ■ j Mr. Newby, of the Sanitary Mai
Bill Pumell and Billy Yantia were Ma.ket. haa moved hi* mat ahop As
among the Guthrie viaitora Tucaday
Fiank Bivwn of 1; dependence, Kaa
» in the city for a ahort atay lookinr of thia week.
ifter hia buaineaa intereata here. °
0 John Fouler left Wedneaday for
Miaa Frymyer of StillwaUr. and Mr . Mon
Vlbertaon. of Drumright, are viaitingilhe r c><]pr«l court.
n the city, the guesta of Mian Ware
Ote Lewia came home Saturday
saving succeeded in filling ^ bond
hat met the npprovnl of the official*
n Garfield county.
Dud Smith left Friday for Kansas
•oing up with A. L. Gray for the lat
or to make bond for his appearance'
ere before the district court. He
vill return Tuesday.
Mrfl. Carl Brown left Tueaday for
Porry. called there by the aerioua ill-
neaa of her father.
F. P. and Mra. Roy Harmon, Miks
Elizabeth Saunders and Mrs. Altman
Jrove down to Stroud Tuesday via the
tuiea further to the rear of the store
and added considerable room to the
grocery department in front. It help*
the looks of things conaidetably.
Yew aid til | •/ and dirt) *
Why mi eaad It lo
The 1 UUNKK Ifcat < LJtAN*
I «d>ee Work a S|^rtelly
20' Keat Broadway
We guarantee absolute aat
lafaction on evary garment we
handle. Phone 2i7.
GENUINE RED RIVER
OHIOS AND TRIUMPHS
Car ju*t arrived direct from
Red Utter. Minn.. Don't be
Fooled on Cfeeap Seed Potatae*
Come and eee ua before buying.
Have the very beat onion aeta;
ALL AT ^REASONABLE
CADLE PRODUCE CO.
Acroaa From Economy Caah
Mr. Varnum, with the Suman Drug
'o., and his wife are delighted over
he-appearance at their home Thurs-
ay night a baby girl. Mother and
ttle one arc doing nicely.
Messfs. Crane and Nosier, from
frankfort, Ind., are here the latter
prospecting and the former here to
ocate. He will be joined by his. fam-
■y within the next few days.
Henry Rowland and wife are hap-
iy over the arrival at their home on
Monday morning of a baby girl. The
•oung lady enjoys the distinction of
eing their youngest daughter and
her every whim and wish they hast-
n to gratify.
Asa Burroughs was down from
lominy Saturday afternoon to spend
'unday with the home folks. He
wrings the good word that the little
illage up in the Osage is some lively
own and if it wasn't for the moving
iack to Cushing would like to stay
Among the manufacturing plants
ow under consideration by the Cush-
ng chamber of commerce are two
arge stove and foundry concerns, a
'arge smelter, and a brick yard that
will turn out 70,000 brick per day.
These enterprises when located will
employ several hundred men, which
means a large weekly pay roll.
The talk of dividing Texas into four
states has not made much of a hit
with Texas. Col Bill Sterrett is quo-
ed as conversationally saying: "Men
lon't understand Texas. Texas is not
i state. It's a division of the union.
T.is country is divided into the north
nd south, the east and west and—
~exas When it's snowing in the
"H "handle you're burning to death in
j >lveston. If Texas was located in
r.sda and swung on a pivot, she'd
lop over into Weft Virginia."
The lediea of the Chrietian church
w-.ll hold their regular monthly meet ,
ing at the house of Mrs. S. V. Rigs
by. 605 East Broadway, inatead of
Mrs. Ryberg's house an reported in I
the Citizen of Tueaday.
Order of Eastern Star at their reg-
ular meeting Tuesday night had a
foaat after the ceremonies and thoac
who were preaent report a most en
joyable evening, capped off with all
the good things to eat that were ev j
The sewer ditch on South Harrison Some folks speak of Governor Wil-
being excavated now, is as long as Hams as His Excellency; still others
What with tarvia, bitulithic and
brick paving repreeentativea in the
city the hotels should be doing a
a turnpike, about two feet across and
as deep a a an oil well—near about.
Rev. Baughman will address the
ladies of the Presbyterian Missionary
Society at their meeting Thursday
afternoon, hip topic being "The Land
if Morning Brightness."
The Katy is putting a cashier on at
its office in Yale and Jerry Livings
ton, of this place has been selected
to fill the job. He goes up at' once to
take charge of his new job.
George D. Humbert, representative
of the bitulithic paving people, came
in Wednesday morning from Okla-
homa City and asks the Citizen to
state that he's back on the job.
E. J. Azulay, representing the Re-
serve Loan Life Insurance Co., has
opened an office here, room 8, Thomp-
son hotel, and will look after the in-
terests of his company in this section.
Mr. Buckley, administrator of the
estate of the late F. O. Lutz, came in
Tuesday afternoon to transact busi-
ness here in connection with his ad-
"Bob", and yet others as "our Bob."
What the oil-field workers call him
we shall not attempt to say—having)
a desire to continue mailing this pub-
A NEW FIRM
M. W. Chance & Company Pa-
per hangers. Decorator* and
House Painting, have added to
their paint shop a nice line of
wall paper. Come in and see u*
before you buy. Pick 'em out
paper and we sell 'em Wall
Paper. Also furnish good work-
men to hang 'em paper.
First door from Miles Sec-
ond hand store on West Moses.
la lather an unpleasant nega-
tion. We speak from exper-
ience, too. But if it's
YOUR WATCH THAT'S
That's easy, and don't let it
worry you. Just hunt us up—
and your troubles are over.
City Drug store. Gas
We ehou'd worry; let the high cost)
of li' Ing go to! That cheerful griii
and hearty handclasp is as cheap now
as it ever was—and worth more to
a down-hearted chap than a drop in
the price of sugar or a rise in cot-
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. are
taking up with the proper officials the
question of having the ordinance reg-
ulating the closing of pool halls rig-
idly enforced. At this time no pool
or billiards are allowed played on
Sunday the places being open only
for shines, cigars, etc., but it is like-
ly they will be kept closed the entire
DR. H. H. WILSON
Eye, ear, nose and throat
specialist of Shawnee,
will be in Cushing-at Drs.
Manning and Harris' of-
fices the second and last
Saturdays of each month.
Hours from Saturday af-
ternoon to the fallowing
S H.day noon. Glasses
J. R. HADLEY
I ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office phone 333. Residence 21 y
Room 7—Lutz Bldg.
CUSHING, -:- OKLAHOMA
DR. BENJAMIN DAVIS
Successor to Dr. McHenry
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICE: Opposite Poatoffice
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rice were Wed-
nesday morning visitors to Oklahoma
City, going down after a new Over-
land that the Cushing Investment
Local haberdashers informs us that
Palm Beach suits will be more of a
rage this season than last, only they'll
be in colors. That's certainly great.
Picture Guy Hoover and Bill Froug
coming down Broadway at 11:22 g.x.,
sun shining brightly, one clad in a
suit of flaming purple and the other
in a delicate baby blue—hush! There'd
be a riot.
Col. W. W. Womack, of Jackson,
Mis,s. general agent Bankers Reserve
Company expects some lucky human Life Insurance Co., has been in the
to purchase within the next few days. | city for a few days. The Colonel has
o j know-i the Citizen reporter since said
Spring things for the ladies are on reporter was a "youngest" non in the
exhibition at all the toggery shops' household of the elder Hyde and right
in town and every mortal son of well d'd we enjoy a visit with him. In
Adam who is afflicted—excuse me. fact, "he Col. sr^aks of the dad and
blessed is the word I wanted to use— other" o' reporter's family so famil-
with a wife or a grown-up daughter ilarly ' "l we feel that at some tune
thinks feelingly of what will happen he n ^ght have bestowed paternal
to his pocketbook twixt now and praise on us through the medium of
a toether-eoied slipper.
Mr. Business Man:
Yes, we know that your time
is valuable, but so are the sav-
ings that we offer you in the
following everyday stationery
and office wants; glance them
Inks, Inkstands, Caah Books,
Order Books. Ledgers, Jounrals,
Carbon Paper, Typewriter Pa-
per, Legal Covers, Paper Fas-
teners, Letter Files.
Our entire stock has been chos n only from the standpoint of qual-
ity, and what that means in results
Every article is guaranteed to satisfy you.
SUMAN DRUG CO.
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