Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 28, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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SMITH & CO..
Tho average Chicago Conur'
man complain^ that he cannot, live
in Washington on $5,000 a year.
Yet when he got* to ihe poor house
he lives oil 1H cents a (lay-
When Mr. Devery has no other
_ .. n-nrl Qhnpc; business on hand, he might turn an
Arriving Oai.y:--I>ry Goods> Boots and f oes
THE Mains Grocery
The MAINK Hotel
The Bank of Cashion.
!M oisi'oi: vri:i>
IVins van} •—i->^ y ^ „ -r-i noncst penny lecturing oil
Hats, Gaps. Gloves, Mittens, G ents ^ ar- 1;(iow H00Ut poli1k..
mshing tHjoX. Groceries. Flour and Salt. ' ^ ^
Our Prices Wi!! Suit \ OU. for a year s rest,.
We have just opened a tine lot of RAKING POWDER a- good as xho Chinese Minister is not com
•• - J v,"ii
examine our stock und satisfy yourself
Yours for Business,
to its cjuality.
SMITH & CO.
i J. H.
And the Oldest Msir.terof the Illi-
nois Houee cf Representatives
Makes a Recommendation.
James 11. Farrell of Chicago is one
*'of the best known figures in Demo-
T ins 5" uu ! ■ a ins I | Ml SLli^y LU « t l'ralic polities of that ■ ! y. !• or veai -
£ VlL WILL NU I he has been Marshal of the famous
I u> are still adding to our stook day byf ««* "1"lll,
r >.„ iwofis nn T
Capital Stock. Fully Paid, $10,000. j
Undivided Profits, - - $ 2,500. *
Does a General Banking Business-
Money to Loan on Chattle or
Commercial Paper. ;
Farm Loans a Specialty.
Notary Public in Office. Taxc_s Paid for Non-residents j
1 We are stiii aaamg to uui „rioPq onliciub, which ha, participated u.
| ,inv and we can quote you best prices on j Dcmoei.ati(. campaigns m hai; the
Ciaj , rp- „ rp (^-r'flTlite *•' states of the union, und whieh went
% Stoves, 1 111 ware, VjrxCUlllC a ^ New York especially to assist in
t ware and Hardware. _ |. the election of Mayor \ an \\
I We have Buggies, v7agons, and m iact|
anything you may call ioi-
> I"). W. HOOAN.
S. W. Hon ax.
B. F. Woouwortii. <
| ' "0r«eV 10 ' Give* >' on" the" i e s't Prices Hoing.
I We are Yours lor Trade,
| MEARS & CAI
| President Roosevelt is now being
Cashion Advance refecred to as a man of destiny. All
5 ir^^somem, n woTstletu-
ny ^ i, wiM Men. Iously with destiny. Others buck
-iSS^r.ruie pottofflw H. . «shion. Ok.-,- against it and get thrown down.
.> man- , Hearta(,ie Capsn.es
Six m nUi
Single onpy, 3 oenta.
' 1j1sim.av auveim^vhnt*
JO wnin r> 1' inch
i Will instantly cure headaches of any
■•"1 kind. Being pure vegetable they art
j harmless and leav
cts. We offer $500 rewrrd for any
('apt. Farrell is the oldest, member
of the Illinois House of Representa-
tives in point of service, having
been a member continuously since
1887. His constituents have elected
him eight times. He has been a Rea-
der in that body from the beginning
of his career and is one of the best
known figures in Illinois politics.
( apt. Farrell is 50 years of at;e
I and one or the best preserved men
I for his age in the Illinois Legisla-
ture, despite his arduous and con-|
i slant duties in that body. Mr I< ar- ,
reII is engaged in the real estate |
business in Oniee :o I nder date of
March 14. 1901, he wile- a- follows:
Pepsin Svrup Co , Mouticello, 111.,
Manufacturers of Dr. Caldwell s
l Svrup Pepsin.
Gentlemen: 1 have found after a
| thorough trial that, your Syrup
i Pepsin is a most excellent and sue-
no bad after ef- 1 cessful remedy for Dyspepsia, Bl'-
iousness, anu Sick Headacne. ti is
most effective and pleasing in all
cases of this nature, and it is with
"*—\ ONAliDSON. The Blacksmith.
1 } HOUSE SHOElNd.
KHP/UK V/UKK. HiOW W0I;K '/I SPKl IHIiTY.
A first class wagon maker in connection with this -hop.
Schiyver & Co..
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
East Broadway, Cashion. O. T.
au.-o.c.j........ "■■vi1"ri:(, fniriiihs-' m«i- trace of antipyrene, morphine, llM, ... .
iKS*SbaoU'M^ ^'ryd- c",,yto chloral or any injurious substance ,,.%un. i recom::icDd it to
6 W | tonod Prta. 25c. Mi ! •«
■ Herb Laxative Compound is guar-
! an teed to cure all firms of stomach
trouble, biliousness, sick headache,
-IS BrooUs & stone.
tK*r iu*" —
Advertisement* pa> at>le weekly or uiontlil>
Jot) work, cnsli on tlelivei'y
The Alabama CohStitUtidn, prac- j
tically disfranchising the i -g '■ j
Modern Surgery surpassed-
••While suffering from a bad case
; of plk ' 1 consulted a physician who
advised m« to try a box of DeWitt s
itiUiepStion and cot i-t patton. ,xot
an irritant but a corrective. Sold ,
in 50c and $1 botties by Broo.is A*
was adopted at tin laic ' < 1011
1 cheerful majority A resident
the state exp'ains, "Alaba
plo are not such fools as to go to
the trouble of making' a neW ^Con-
stitution a lid then not pas, .t.
Witch Hazel .
Vet', Atlanta, 1 a.
and was entirely "uri
11 Peo' j Witch Hatel Salve is a s]
for piles, gividg relief ;n
1 heartily recomm
i ferers. ' Surgery i
1. F. Cat-
red a box
an ti y, and
aid it to all suf-
The Family Chart
Dress Cutting Made Easy
tJrT7^Tu d^tlned I cure piles. DeWltt'S Witch Haiel
president> BoMMAi SalVe will cure any casfe Cuts,burns
to regret his heat tj. Whcle • . , , w<JundB arc Bl-
« « « ', ' 'hl"": ; I Tdut. Uv ™„,1 tn It. B. «« -
policy. H appoar!, nu' • , t,,rI,,„.. Brooks & Stun.'.
body who wants an oflice claims —
that lie has long been a feature ef J Civuti«>us friends of triumphaut
that policy. i good government in >"ew 1 ork C.ty
Adotph Blumer,Grand Mound, Iowa. I predict i fll,UK |°l |
writes -I have used Foley's Honey Jerome if he do, .- not lose lus 1 -d
and lar it, my family and think it is It would , till remain to he g . ■ o
the best cough cure on the market 1 Mr Jerome, how- e.. that 1 h.U
1 would not be Without it tu ray , iieaJ to lose.
home, as there Is nothing fre&h euls or wound.,eith-
for cough' and coldf. uoui -i. lot aui-^. u -
Miller, of l'.ciding.
Show?, With Simple instructions,
how to cut for and fit children and i
adults. This chart also cut/ the!
famous Seamless Wai°t.
Tor sale by
MRS. LT3W. DOWNING.
! er on the human subjects or on act-
Senator Lodge announces that
the Isthmian Can til business will I"'
settled next year in a manner hon-
orable and satisfactory to both Eng-
land anu America. "This mean:-,
we presume says the London Pad
Mall Oatette that America will
iret her owr. way in themattet.
The Gazette sooms poriectly to un-
derstand ou ' I as..'- of an Ac,.' *^'n
erican agreement. ' f,
recommends IT to traineiln
mills. BALLARD'S SNOW I INI
MENT Is excellent while Mr coln-
huskers' sprained wrist" barbed-
wire cuta a I'd sores on woruln"
horses, it cannot b- too highly com-
mended ■ Price -.5 end lOecn^s.
- Brooks & Stotv.
Fine Liquors, Wines, and Cigars.
North Main-st, - Cashion. O. T.
Your Own Home Paper
AMD A ^
Metropolitan Daily Paper
We have made arrangements to lurnisn
The Kansas City World
and Advance for $1.80 a V ear.
nib is the greatest subscription offer ever made.
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The Kansas City World is published every day except .sat;
day. U is an 8 page daily paper. It contains all the a.tesr
tclegraphio news. It market reports are received h clay
are accurate and reliable.
The World is ably edited and a paper for a.^ t.ie pcope.
it prints the new- without fear or favor and is :> • -
kind of a daily paper you want.
i to be
going out c: poll
exists that man
1 s oe 11
ends are going to bi ou
TO 1)av take F ■ e;
.... Tiif- 11 po; it ivi i v i
E. 4 W. R. R - wsites: have bet n j ni<,nia or other serious
troubled a great deal with backache. I colds. 11 may be too lat
I was induced to trv le'"'- Kidnev
Cure, au:l one bottle en'.in v rer.cv
ed me I glad! v l ecomtnend it toimy
one,especially tr.y friends among the
train men.who arc u-uullv -iniilu' v
afflicted." L. A. Miller of Reeding.
i-',ft**'.■- ^ V A
,, •' .f<v\!"vS
v*1VHl wear longer,•■:/. :"r, I
I f^cnti appear belter Ihcn is possible fori
vJl'airtt mixed b; hand frwnYttite Leeds
tDco.V/e Knc* it bccause i!s be^n
fi«d time And time a^oirt. Ac?r!i>i-a
Scale of msrity with every JJi'onpeii-l
TO t'! f i'j
I J 1 III - > ^
a new s rs 1'fcM RB aching
"Vvi'j t its ow:: ha u>s
o j K MI .X G HA y i
VXD ?-• A X Y (1T1I Bit iMFOP'C AX'J
mic' c- } X 'i'ilB St li^'l '11',v- "• '
°%nSssasss:" The Ladies
i ! pasnful
—B I Wsr.wvth-X
F Si 11SV 1 Ani^TEV---'3=r
J. B r ' J 11?IkR£G0T„'.RlTl£S.
D ills. I Ar:; Sato and !V!'.-blc.
S ' a J t; vJe I W ; ■ •'vU
" t. 'Ccri-lv Vege-
Louis A Miiler of Rce.-ioi::
Crokcv's word will not oe c
the tie:;' time he says In
ing to retire from polit'n
1 tirement': evca more p
Mr. Low must realise by this time j he prom
that the most difficult problem. N,.Ver tr- ,eoa>: i coid o:
ahead of him is ho " not take ab the i u
•idvice that is offered him. ; <|iu
There is probably no disease more t 110U
• . , ., I ii,. for i thr eat anil Inn
'distressing and annoying than piles. , be tot
TAR! KK ' H' CKEYE PILFOIN '*
TMKNT i i lly <'iJl - cast
veart;' standing of :tebii, • and bleed
•ng piles. Tbe cure bcins on tho
C^.?FOR SALE BY -c
C. ti. 5H1TM,
I\road w.iy ;Storc
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VXD .VLiXi VOIXTS IX TUK
VASSIVNCir.l:S Ai. 1
ro:; Tir'vKTS \ "■ "
PR C£ 51.00
Sent postpaid on receipt V. ^ y
Money refunded i< not cs wo
Sample and Booklet sent .r«r"
, iu dc Cinchona Co. ^inc?>Iwa'
LROOKS & STONE.
V -> :• o7?T
N'.'ver trv ' 1 coax 1 cold ort « <«*• . apw* —-v ■ • ;■ .j-'.'. 'j
''O.ie.Kie. ,..S!S ^ | ^ ^ S
Oi;\D SYUlTlJ is the gri .ts;- i', '"'ti \ ' '
Br t application, a Uttl. persever-
ance makes tbe cure comp
§0e in bottles, luoe^
Price -3 and 50c
Oom I'aul view
the point of vie.
delegate 11 o is li
• uraneo that ti c
rbit ration iron
of the walk in:
rtilv in favor c
1 he has the a-
; • . li )tl will 1'
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A lex. Hilton.
OK.VEKAL I'AMS I'• N < • ^ K AtiVNI.
VAHHEMtl U TlUll'IC M 1 V J
Digests what yen eat.
This preparation contains ad of the
aigestants and digests ail kindsi of
food. 1! gives instant, relu l am, never
I fails to cure. It allows yoti io.ai all
the l'ood von ant. '< be most seriMtivc
i stomachs can take it. dy its r^e many
'.thousands ef d>-j.''ptic have beet,
cured alter i-vryt aire • • ' " "• "
is unequalled for all stoUiat >1 'roubles.
bat. yoti f'id'm
PronarwIODlvbv I >• Div."
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Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 28, 1901, newspaper, November 28, 1901; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102669/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.