Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1901 Page: 5 of 8
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• OOINO WEST.
>llxed tia.u—Lv. Guthrie >.:10:im'
Ai. Cashion '.):22 am
" jvui^tishi r li 20 am '
r—Lv. (Guthrie i ^tpraj
Ar. C.;.,Ijh.h ! - ' pm ;
Ar. Klnjjliuher I 10 pm
-T-v. Kingfisher 11 'am
An. C.i iiioa 1- 2- pm
Ar. Guthrie 1 15 pm
Mix'il t.aiu—Lv Kingfisher ."> Oil pm j
Ar. Cashion t!:01 pm '
Ai. tiuthrie 7:1c pm !
j. L HlnPtt. Ajii-nt.
Cashion wants a flouring mill, but
is not willing to furnish a site build
the mill and then donate it io some
To save mending, avoid breaking,
and to avoid suiforinp, prevent
coughs and colds by the timely use
of BAIXAHp'e floRF-uot M. SvRl I".
It is a safe, sure and swift remady
for all branchial ailments. Price,
2") ...id 50 cents. BrooUs ivStone.
The I. O. O. F. wili have public
installation of officers at their fir t
meeting in July.
Eczema, siltrhfriim, tetter, chaf-
ing, ivv poisoning and all sVin tor-
tures are quickly cured bv UiAVitt'g
Witch Ha-/.el Snlve. The certain pile
cure. Brooks & Stone.
Rockaway s new hall will be ready
for the jth or July dance.
Edward Hubs, a well Known busi-
ness man of Salisbury, Mo., writes
"I wish to say for the benefit of
others that 1 was a sufferer from
lumbago and kidney trouble and all
the remedies 1 took <?n ve me no relict.
I was inductad to try Foley's Kidney
Cure, and after the use of three bot-
tles, 1 am oured."
Uncle Charlie Wheelberger was
exhibiting a centipede oa the streets
You feel better at once after
using Heubink. you enjoy your food
more, and you get more nourish-
ment and invigorating force out of
what you eat, Hence herring makes
you strong, vigorous and cheerful.
Price 50 cents. Brooks tV Stone.
The gentle -aphyrs of the past
few days will have a tendency to
dry the ground and hasten the
V surgical operation is not nec-
cessary to cure piles. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salvo aaves all that ex-
pense and never fails. Beware of
counterfeits. Brooks & Stone.
A lengthy communication is
crowded out this issue, but will
appear next week.
If you are troubled with that most
uncomfortable disease called piles,
don't neglect it. Don't let the dis-
ease get a firm hold. Every (lav
the disease is neglected it grows
worse. Commence at once to use
Tahi.ers Buckeye Pile Ointmknt,
the relief is immediate, and cure
infallible. Price, 50 cents in bottles.
Tubes, 7." rents. Brooks & Stone.
A delegation of seven Woodmen
visited the Reeding Camp Wednes-
day evening and spent a very pleas-
ant hour with its members.
The lack of energy you feol, the
backache and a run down condition
generally, all mean kidney disorder.
Foley's Kidney Cure will restore
your strength and vigor by making
the kidneys well. Take no substi-
tute. Bro'oks & Stone.
Odd Fellows should make it a
point to attend lodge Friday night.
''The Doctors told me my cough
was incurable, On'.- Minute Cough
Cure made me a well man." Norris
Siiver, North Stratford, N. 11.—Be-
cause you've not found relief from a
stubborn cough, don t despair. One
Minute Cough Cure h?.s cured thous-
ands and it will cure. Safe and sure.
Brooks & Stone.
The Free Methodists have been
holding revival meetings at Mt.
Vernon school house the past wee :.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an
almost fatal attack of whooping
cough and bronchitis," writas Mrs.
W. K. llaviland, of Armoud, N. Y.,
"but, whsu all other remedies had
failed, we saved her life with Dr.
King's New Discovary. Our uisee,
who had Consumption in an advanc-
ed stage, also used this wonderful
medicine and today she is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung
diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other mediciue
on earth. Infallible for coughs and
colds. Price, 50c and $1.00 bottles
guaranteed by Brooks <!e Stone.
Tiial bottles free.
The d.inee to be ylven at Cashion l'l\ and
on tUo night of July 4 promises t" will 1-. i\o
be an up-to d:.,eaffair.
Mr. James Brown of Pwtsmouth
Ya. over'13 years of age suffered fo;-
vea.r, with a bad sore on his fa. e.
Physicians could not help hiui. In
\Y,,t's Witch Hazel Salve cured him
p r nanently. Brooks A- h'oi
Miss' Anna Staats has returned to
he.- Texas home -.Iter nil extended
visit with friends near Cashion.
Allen Haverson ; W e. ■ Prairie,
vVis., savs: ' people come ten mile-
to buv Foley's Kidney Cure while
,T. A. Sporo of lielmer, ir.d. savs
"It is the medical wonder of the age.
Brooks & Stone.
Mrs J, I. Ilouseworlh
tomorrow for St. Paul.
re the Dr. : ot's ,i a *U- ,
should look |
f worms and j
*uts. Brook- 1
Mothei s who wot.!
children in good heah
for the first symuoms
remove thim with W
Vermifuge. Price -5 i
Governor J,?.;uiut and Congress
man Flynn were in town for a short
time today. D. F. Smith ghowed
them the sights and they were
wonderf y j-.r^r.sed at the growth
of Cu. liiou.
If the stomach performs its func-
tion- actively and regularaly, tin
food of which it is thu reeeptaole. is
Advance acknowledges receipt of [transformed into blood of a nourish-
an invitation to the commencement , ing^uality, which furnishes vigor and
exercise-i of the Territorial Normal, ' wurmth to the whole boby. llorbine
at Edmond. June 9 to 12. gives tone to the stomach and pro
Danger, disease and death follow j motes digestion nnd assimilation,
neglect of the bowels. Fao De- Price. 50 cents, Brook
Witt's Little Ktrlv Risers to regu
late them and you will add yfurs to
your life and life to your years.
Easy to take, never gripe. Brooks s.>
Rev. H. E. Swan. Sup t of the
Oklahoma Anti-Saloon League
preached an excellent sonnon at
Clark's Hall Sunday evening.
A. O. Blanchard, West Banger,
N. Y., says: "1 have been troubled
with kidney diseaso for the last ftv<
yearo. Have doctored with several
physicians and 1 got nn relief until 1
used two bottles ot Foley's Kidney
Cure. Brooks & Stone.
Minnie Seal and Lamens Meeting
will be held at the Silver Bridge
school house comment-.ng Thursday
June 27th. A. W. Rodgers. Divine
William Woodard, of Decatur. Ta
writes "I was troubled with kidney
disease, for several years aud four
one dollar size bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure cured me. I would re-
commend it to anyone who has kid
ney trouble." Brooks it Stone.
Prof. J. B. Frazier is in town to-
Cycling has its ups and down--.
After the downs, use Banner Salve
if you're cut or bruised. It heals the
hurt quickly. Tako no substitute.
Brooks A: Stone.
Guthrie, June 4.—C. H. Filson
will leave the latter part of the wee*
for the Kiown Commanehe country
to select 7U.OOO acres of school 'and
for the territory. The land is worth
$500,000 and most of it is in splen-
D*'-peptict cannot be long lived
because to live requires nourish-
ment. Food is not nourishing until it
is di ,. ted. A disordered stomach
cannot digest food, it, must have a-,
sistance. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests all kinds of food without aid
from the stomach, allowing it to rest
and regain its natural functions. Its
elements are exactly the same as th<
natural digestive fluids and simplv
can't help but do you goGd. Brooks
Guthrie, .Tuuc I —The appraiser-
for territorial school lands have
been selected. They are D. II
VanKirk of Kingfisher, Edwari
Gilroy of Hennessy, S. D. Dennis of
Chandler, Fred Madden of Guthrie
and J. B. Hart of Newkirk.
"A few months age., food which 1
ate for breakfast would not remain
on my stomach for half an hour, 1
used one bottle of your Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure and can now eat my
breakfast and other meals with a re
lish aud my food is thoroughly di
jested. Nothing equals Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure for stomach troubl: - .
U.S. Pitts Arlington, i'cx. Kodol
Dyspep.-ia Cure digests what you
eat. Brooks & Stou ■.
It is believed that that the pro-
clamation obening the Kiowa and
Commanehe country will be issued
within the next two weeks. It wii
ii clude announcement of the elabo-
rate system, which has been agreed
upon between the Interioi- Depart
menl and the Department of Justice
for drawings to determine the order
in which application for the borne
steads in the reservation will be
considered. The Department of
Justice has thouroughly canvass >d
the scheme and has advised Secre-
tary Hitchcock that its every feature
is legal. As thirty days are to lie
allowed for filing applications for
homesteads and as law provides
that the reservation be opened not
later than August G, it will be nec-
essury for the proclamation to be
issued not later than June 30.
! OHR BROTHERS
Have just received a lave - lot of i If ICS Anti-Rust Tinware, on
which they offer the following1 guarantee:
V,'- The Lisk Mfg. Co. Limited, do her. •. Gin rant raat e:i h and «v *r.v piece of our Antl-
F. . Tinware against i>- t. We will maka this guarantee g id hy replac.n<r i- RKK Ol ALL CHARGE:
e i v article that may be rer.ieied worthless (by this we mean hole t'i: ted through) by rust, and which
will be retained for inspection and approved by our ivpi sentative. it . t: s^e. y important that this guar-
antee be given the cust, n er v.itL c .or . art tele pure' lsed.
With this guarantee you need have no fear of your Wash
boiler or Dish ran leaking when you most need it. Call at our
store and see the Tinware that is Tinware, and take no other, as
its money in your pocket to gel the best.
We have a large supply of Forks and Scyths and Snaths.
Handles of all kinds. J ust what you need for harvest.
We have just received a lot of Floor Oilcloth and Window
bhads, and a new lot of Iron Beds on which we are making a very
low price. Don't forget that we keep a full line of Queensware
and Glassware, Knives, Forks and Spoons that you will need
during harvest. We have a full line of the celebrated Mast, Foos
& Co.'s Iron Pumps both for hand and stock wells. Call and see them, at
111 Eildor s Grove, near Reeding.
Under auspices of Reeding and
Cashion Camps M. W. A.
J. W. Mclntire got tangled up in
a mowing scythe aud lost his
The bilious, tired, nervous man
cannot successfully compete with
his healthy rival. DeWitt's Little
Early Risers the famous pill for
constipation will remove (he oausi
ot your troubles. Brooks & Stone.
Masonic lodge meetings will be
hald on the second aud fourth Sat
urday night—June 8 aud
Ira D. Reckard, Duncombe, la ,
writes: "My little boy scalded his
leg from the knee to the ankle. I
used Banner Salve immediately and
iu three week's time it, was almost
entirely healed. I want to recom-
mend it to every family and advise
them to keep Banner Salve on hand,
as it is a sure remedy for scalds or
John Longecker's faith in Cashion
is evidenced from the fact that he
has completed arrangements for
building another store room.
Many women fail to digest their
food, and so become pale, sallow.
thin and weak, while the brightness,
and freshness of the skin and com-
plexion departs. Remedy this by
taking Herbine after each meal, to
digest what you have eaten. Price,
50 cents. Brooks & Stone.
At their regular meeting last Fri
day evening, the I. O. O. P. elected
the following officers for the ensue-
ing term1 H. Clay Brooks, N. ti.:
R. E. Wiley, V. G.; I. Stone, Sec y:
Geo. J. Robertson, Representative
to Grand Lodge; A. L. Willhoit,
S«ven Years In Bert.
"Will wonders ever cease?"'
inquire the friends of Mrs. L. Pease
of Lawrence Ivans.. They knew
she had been unable to leave her
bed for seven years on account of
kidney and liver trouble, nervous
prostration aud geueral debility,
but, "Three bottles of Electric Bit-
ters enabled me to wall?," sho writes
"and in three months 1 felt like a
new person." Women suffer from
Headache, Backache, Nervousness,
Sleeplesness, Melancholy, Fainting
and Dizzy Spell* will find it a price-
less blessing, Try it. Satisfaction Lime, Cement, IlitC.
is guaranteed. Brooks & Stone. , r-w
Only 50 cents. j R, E, WILEY, Manager.
A Terrible Kxplosion i
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady 1-, :m:.
here frightfully," writes N. K. I'al- th.
met-, of Kirkman, la. "Tho best t,.■ •
doctors couldn't heal the running Due., . Co... r
sore that followed, but Bucklin wiili the last C
Arnica Salve entirely cured her. sleeping
Infallible for Cuts, Corns, Sorer, latest design,
Boiles, Bruises, Skin Diseases and i -
Piles. 25c at Brooks ,v Stone's.
■ii. . r June 1st., the Rock
Routt: will establish a
Pul.mau sleeping car ser-
i St Louis, Mo., and
If you contemplate making a trip
in the neal' future tho following
wiil interest you:
' I1' you wish to investigate the
George Owens Sundayed In Coyle.
(juicl. Relief tor ustliniii.
Miss Maude Dickens, Parson,
[fans.. writes: "I sufl't red eight year
with asthmaiu its worst form. 1 bad
seve ral attacks during the last veai
..itd was not expected to live through
them. 1 began using Foi.ev's Honey
ill up 1
inning in iMnucctiou iniinciai wealth and fruit orchards
Fiver. Thcv • of Arkansas and Missouri, see tho
of Pullman's . farms In Oklahoma and lndirn Tor-
ino . ritori or go on a summer's ottiug,
other I take the FRISCO LINE. For
fount! ! health, wealth or pleasure we sur-
Ip.iss all others. Arrangements
Iso be | have bi-on made whereby wo can
now si! tickets through to Yellville,
Ari:., the center of tho richest
;n, with large
ladi. and si
ivonienccs as i
will also be
1st., nn the
s'ti Tar and it has never failed to plan, patrons thus paying only for
give immediate relief
Johnnie Bowman is suffering from
a fractured arm.
Didn't Marry I or Money.
The Boston man who lately mar
ried a sickly rich young woman, is
happy now, for he got Dr. King's
New Life Pills, which restored her
to perfect health. Infallible for
Jaundice, Billiousness, Malaria,
Fever and Ague and all Liver and
Stomach troubles. Gentle but
effective. Only 25c at Brooks &
Stone's drug store.
and covering capacity are
what show the economy of
paint—not the price per
wears longest and covers
most. It is the best paint
Made to paint buildings
uiud between Kan j mineral distiict of Ai'kansas and
v- fopeka, under super-i Mis-ouri. Summer rates to Eureka
ti in of 1 rank Stewart superia- Springs, tbe famous health resort,
tench i ■ <: .;::iing cars. 1 lie u.aial | lirc on aod tickets limited to uinty'
hi//h standard of dining ear service j L)fi procured at any time,
will be maintained on the A la carte •> 1 •
\S c are right in line on cheap rates
what th v order. (to Detroit, Mich., Louisville, lv^-i
T7"— Memphis Tcnn., St. Paul, Minn.,
^ 1 Milwaukee, Wis., Citicinnali, Ohio.,
, Cal., Buffalo, N. Y.,
D. C. and all other
I important points.
We will deem it a pleasure to
us s,' ? ligure with you on any contemplated
ill u^'i our best endeavors
Digests what you cat. [to render courteous treatmcut,
TIiis ])re: t: .ti ion ooin\im> all the ! jisiuriuy you of a satisfactory
digcstanls and digests all kinds o!
food. It gives in
ra/Attflr V^-.J i, , -Ihwauuco, v\
' ' \ ■ ' : '■
5v*i ' ' hinton,
ty&Li , important no
. " We will
IV 3 0 8 55 SI el y ii' 8 n«ure wil 11
j S 8 | trip and wi
ant relief aud never J°urney.
fails to cure. Itallov . you toe.i all Any other information
the food you want. 'a. t.e.-i M-nsitive ..bnerfully «ivcn by the
stomachs can take It. By it - use many : _ „
thousands of dyspeptics have been Frisco Agent or drop a
cured after ever; hing els ; 1':: ledIt [ cither of the undersigned.
Burdens Women Bear I
is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can"'! !ie!p
bti uo ycy good
FrrpariMl omv by E. I)rWiTTi\ <
Thu $l.)jottlt - ontalnstlii tinu siln
I3UOOK.S ^ ST ON K.
O'eneral Passenger Agent,
P. DUNN, St. Louis, Mo.
District Passenger Agent,
Only thost suffering
from some form o: female
weakness know what
terrible burdens women
have to bear, and still there is
not one of these burdens—not
one of these fem kcomplarnts-
that G. F. P. (Gerstlf 's Fe- rale
Panacea) will not soon relieve
and cure permanently. It soon
makes life worth living to all
Aftprst.pn<lji%rf-'l.vno with our fdmliy l l y i "
iv uiif t -i i uti «-:•"! t'.f iiihi yailn -nt-tliut u.-«- i«t|«
veai - - f si-Wn<—. I ha.i tLat 1 '!^ J.'
cr I wai i-ntreate«l and fliiiilly imltn
i-h her Rtt-1 in c'.iiM-qiU'iK-r t«. <.ur tlir
ffii a i'l-<l ot!i«-i - 1 '
<"m1 tin- nifwlirl'.v .ll«l l.« r. It ii"t
wlven hcratniudant st t ciKth t" L< h
l.t diiti<without hiro<l liHip. Yon -a
f your sum vter
iii\v how not Ii
. urt-1 her. 1>H
i .ire Juices from Natural Roots.
J. Ii. III! - -Ki.l.. Mom jv, -
| from a
"HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE H Vi'PY HOMES." S X
Lumber, Latii, Shin- ] Ce" I
gles, Screen Doors,
PRICE il OO A BOTTLE.
If your druirsrlut e« not han-!lc <i I I'
wtiu for it o-h'tv-i-' •! u vour order Hiui 11.00aud
we -' i"'1 :"*1-
1. Gt^STtX (*i 'ov v Chattanooga# Tenn.
For S;;le b; BROOKS & STONE.
\ P EGUtATES tits Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
^ Claansesths System, Purities the B.ood,
ftURES Mm, Biliousness, Constipation,
U Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
Every Soitie Guaranteed to Give Satisfaotlcn.
LAXIGM BOTTLE, - SMAItLOOSE.
Price, ."SO Cents.
> Prepared by JAMES P. BALLARD, St. Louis, Mo,
BROOKS & Sl'OSil.
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