Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1904 Page: 1 of 4

Cashion Advance.
INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING.
VOL. V.
CASHION, OKLAHOMA. I HL'RSDAY, OCTOBER 20, I904.
NO. 2 o
A. L. Housew >rth and
J. L. Houseworth.
PHYSICIANS
nnd SURGEONS.
All call answered promptly
day or night.
OFFICE—Nurtti Main Street.
Dr. (j. A. Nichols
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DEN I i S T
Office over Mr« ant's Store.
W. H. HOYT,
JOHN C. KOST, ■HARNESS SHOP.
Attorney and Counselor
at Law,
OFFICE:—West Side Main Street
CASHION, OKLAHOMA.
East Side Main Street
Harness Made to Order,
Repairing a Specialty.
t S. W. HOG AN, A. L. HOUSEWORTH, E. L. WELCH,
I President. Vce- President. Cashier
1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CASHION
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| Does a General Banking- Business
Money to Loan on Chattel
Or Commercial Paper.
t FARM LOANSTSPEGIALTY.
Notary Public in Office- Taxes Paid for Non-residents,
£ niitBcroKs.'
I s VV ft L. WEi.cf W E. Warwick
J A L. HotlHEti'ORTII N. M. Hdoan
j School Books,
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I All Fext Books Sold at ;
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Contract Prices
; White's School Register-, ]
Book-keeping Blanks,
-A- jL-sirgr^ arid. CcrripletS
StOCfe Stt 3S®St iE^XlCGS. ••
BROOKS & STONE. \
The Leading: Druggists.
t "^rhy don t you prepare for a businssa lit:?
| I he work is far preferable to clerking iu a store or fannin.. w j
♦ I d\ - better, and besides, the chances for promotion -in- n ire n im ^
£ erous. Learn business at the *1
| CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COM,E(iE j
I Whore all business branches a ti- thoroughly taught Send j
( for list of graduates who are holding responsible positions. J
| Courses: Shorthand, Typewriting (Boekee.ping, Tele j
t graphy and (Penmanship.
| Write for catalogue.
I Adress:--
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I III- ADVANCE I K KI T.
For Council,
DR.F.L. WINKLER.
For Repesentative,
J P. OYER.
For Sheriff,
J.P. LOVE.
For County Attorney,
GEORGE BOWMAN.
For Register of Deeds,
W.R. BLACKBURN.
For Superintendent of Schools,
T.T GENTRY
For Corner,
DR.C W.FISK.
For Commissoner, 1st district,
I). A CASSELMAN.
Advance Ticket.
The Advance promised it readers
to be independent in every thing.
It also promised them to be neutral
in nothing. It is fitting therefore
that the world in general should
know which of the candi-
dates for office this great indepen-
dent Journal intends to sup-
port at the coming election. The
most important offices commence
with members of the Legislature.
The National ticket is beyond our
reach, and it is absolutely uninpor*
taut who we vote for for memoer of
Congress, The only argument that
has any we'ght at all on that rjues
lion is old and way worn. 11 is that
hould elect the republican can-
didate.
This argument stands before us
today badly used up and worked
neigh onto death, its toes are out
>f its shoes, its knees are out of its
pants, its elbows are out of its
coat and its hair out of its hat.
From those who have made use of
it, it has earned a new suit of
clothes..
And yet in Its dilapidated condi
tion its the moat able bodied argu
ment in the ring tit this- time.
Our electing a republican dele
gate will not bring Us satehood,for
it has not done it in the past, but it
might throw a goto of soft soap on
the top rail of the fence. If we
ever get into the union we have got
to jump the fence.
IJut fo return to the inportant
offices The Advance will support
Doctor WirJkler, for member of
the council because he looks like
man with brain enough to see the
riyht path and courage enought to
follow it, and his record seems to
near out his apperance.
Fhe Advance will support j P
' her fof the lower house 'or the
reason that he is a man of hones' v
• f purpose, a man of ideas, and
villi sufficient command of the
English language to express them
Kor the further reason that he is
1 ot a lawyer. \t e hate too much
wver made liitf already yet',
't is the intention of thia paper
.support Sheriff Love and County
•tiorney Bowman for re-election
■ their respective offices, for the
■ason that they hate conscientious
\ tried to do their duty, and hav?
aade some enemies bt that course
To turn dfftfn these faithful ser
ants at !h?s t?me woulO be like
fischafgift1^ bhitfc Soldiers under
;ire. To turn these riien d(/Wn now
vould ht' for Kingfisher Cbtmtv to
-a. she does hot desire continued
service of the fcind they havV given
I am goitfg to Support Doctor
l'M>k for th" office he is running lor
whatever rt is. because I cat 'r help
' Any one who has known Dr.
Ki-k sh ':g th*- "(tyrnip w'niei " is
vtare Ibnt he will do his duty in
an* place lie is cai.ed to serve.
Hiis paper w i;l alsd support >1 r
W.K. Hacuburn fof the office of
FJigiste; of ti eds, for the rea^jn
. .1 he is an active, efficient and
•ujrteous geni<-man well qualified
to fill the position.
h 'dearest and ftio«t i/iportrnt
interest of thisoranv other people
- ound in the department of edu
action. Tue c#re of this depart
ment should bp intrusted to persons
of broad culture, and comperhen
sive ideas This is no place for old
fogies, clowni nor smart Alecks.
• or pasture Tots for disabled polit- I
iciafts. A votti f« r Oentrv is a vote
for the welfare of the scfto'ols of
this couiYty %
You may als'o bet your bottom
dollar this paper is going to sup*
Dort D. A. Casselman for commis-
sinof in thfs district. To give all
j the good reasons for
1 would extend be\« nd
limit of this article
man s honest v,capability and fitness
j even his opponentes agree. The
I people of this district ure desirous
I of having on who by his owfr ex-
T
HE FAMOUS.
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Practical wearing qualities an d stri-
king styles unite to make these latest
arrivals in our shoe section near per
fection in toot wear- All the new
styles and leathers are shown in one
grand gathering.
DRESS GOODS.
There is an unlimited choi" • ofclress
goods i u' fall and winter wear. ...at
least ihe most wanted styles are
here It will be a pleasure to you to
see them, while we will take an
equal pleasure in alio winy them-
Wash Fabric,
Such qualities of print and fancy wash
fabric were never shown here before.
Please don't fail to come ia soon.
Knit Underwear. | Good Hosiery
A loose woven, form fitting and sani f
tary arc the principle feature of our un T ^he fast dye in our hoiScry pr<
derwear. You look at this limt. ivfter l ..
T the cole
price we can satisf\ T
that comes the
vou there too.
ilors from fading are washing out
HERHAN ARKY, Prop.
Cheaply dyed hose do both.
CASHION, O. T.
Fifty tears the Standard
KUUN6
mom
Made from pure eraMH «f
tartar derived from (raptt.
M M IAKIMO BW,
CHlOA'lOr
periendef It'tjOwa just ftow much
sweat and SUnburn it actually takes
to dig a dollar of fax money out of
Oklahoma soil, to adjust their taxes
for them
The haming the abote ticket Is
ho disparagement What evef of the
gentlemen not nafffed therein.
Such is the advantage of thiJ pfit/i
arv nominating system, tH.it ti good
ticket ctfuld fip made of tho?& left
otlt. fhfi primaries dealt itf the
Voters of Kingfisher couhtv srtch a
good hand that every voter will
have to discard trumps Vou can
not fote thi-s fall vthb out toting
against gri >d n'Jeo
To coiftplete u tfc'ket and gite
reasons therefor w&uld Consume
more space in thfese columns than
is avaelable tnis week. n$ there
fore this Sutiji-ct will b'e "contin-
ued in our next."
this support I
any possible
To Cassel-
To 1 he Voters of Logan.
Logan is one of the leading and
most progressive counties in Okla
hotna. ft fiaS also got further
. otig in a very serious prob.em
■v hich m i v yet have to be faced b\
every county in Ok lahoma. Politi-
cal i f-ditions in that countv has
• fuched the acuii stage ^h"re it
o 'gins to elTec.t the valuof-all the
property within the county limits
and mote espceiu \y the property
value and the fat ire prosperity of
Guthrie.
Some yearr? ago the countv bfeing
under republican rule, it was deem
ed advisable by the officials and
managers of that party to main-
tain a guntf of semi- criminals and
semi-paup'cr negros partly rtt the
county expense, in order to aSsure
the con tinired supremacy of that
party in the county.
The result is to well known.Guth-
rie has become the gathering place
and headquarters tut netfro toughs,
thugs and thives, for a wide extent
of territory.
This condition has also increased
the number of saloons and dives in
the city, and has premitted the or
ganziation of a band of white, men
more dangerous than the negros.
The result is that the countv is
rapidly falling under the coot nil
of the agents and the tool*'o'f the'
semi-criminal uetfros aud the semi-
crimina! saloons.
A rigid and conscientious obser*
vence of their oaths of office by the
sheriff and county attorney of
Logan county during the l&st few
years might have reduced the re-
publican majority in that county,
out would have rendered life and
property far more safe.
Conditions are such that they
menace not only the property value
and continues pros per ety of the
city, but the entire county.
This is not inspired by any negro
phwbla or race prejudice whatever
The A t V AN'-fc iM not urging its
readers to Vote against the ignor
flfit negro, but to vote against the
able and unscrupulous white man,
whcJ Use the negro as a stepping
sfone to place himself in a position
to fatten off the comunitv.
7 be home owners of Logan coun
ty have an oppcrtunity at the
coming election of protecting or de-
preciating the value of their homes
The crying need of Logan county
is a cyclone and a landslide, a large
number of political funerals and un
extensive exodus.
If every man who ever drew a
salary from Logan county were for-
ced into the cotton fields to make
a living next Year. The wealth of
the county wou'd be much greater
while whoever might be selected to
to fill their places, the ciutnv
r/iariagement could be no worse.
Says>ir Hayashi, a distinguish-
ed Cit'Zen of Japan: "Today we .Jap-
anese have battleship*, torpedoes
and cannonft The China sea red-
dens with our killed and those we
kill. 0?rr torpeodes roas our shra
pnel shriek, our cannons bf*eath
slaughter aud we die and are the
Cause of death A fid vou Occiden-
tals say of us, You have won your
rank,you have civilized yourselves.'
Centuries upon centuries we have
had artists, painters sculptors,
philosopher* In the sixteenth cen-
tury we had published in Japanese
the fables of /♦'.sop Were we then
barbarians?—K G. Journal.
fhe Sign «>f I he l imes
. "I never before saw such
O HN C. KOST. 2*. \V HOG AN.
Kost. & Hogan,
...Real Estate...
Good farms of all grndes In Kingfisher, Logan Oklahoma, Cana-
dian Cotinty and the .New Country iu Oklahoma, and In the Creek Na-
tion, I. T., for sale and trade; prices reasonable, terftls of payment caf.V-
Also all classes of city property bought and *nld through us.
Farm Loans a Specialty.
Office—First door south of Maine Hotel
Qashion,
Oklahoma.
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? PHOTOGRAPHER. I
of sizes, Srietly first class work I
c- nr -a. i3 .a. :lt rr e b id.
Children a Specialty, irullevy on Main Street. &
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$
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lack
of interest in lo w1 polotics, it's a
bad sign
thus spoke a local politician on
our streets a few days ago. it's a
sign that r* certian, but good fir bad
is a cfuestion. When people aie un
decided, there is a might y running
to and fro and the voice of the spell-
binder is heard in the land, but
when convictions are thoroughly
inpressed, th * labors of Herculese
.dwindle to child play in comparison
■ to the ta k of the Campaign
manager.
Party politics may be manipulal
ted, votes bought and sold, nomi-.
tions railroaded through, but in
the light of this, the twentieth cen-
tury, people are going to vote as
they please, and whe'n the votes are
counted this fall, the professional
politician, the boodler and the in-
competent will in* re legated to the
rear.be lie Republican or Democrat,
Populist or Prohibitionest "
A Barrel of .Money to loan on
farms, at low rates, long tune, easy
terms. This is quick money, no
delay, at \Vinnctfc Winne. Branch
office, Kingfisher, Oklahoma,
Frank i3AsiioaK,Mgr.
ST. LOUIS AND BACK.
Every day except Friday arid Saturday. 'JVk'tfts are
good for first class passage out wll! rtol IV hoflHred in
sleeping cars.
Other low rates on other dflteS. Ask atio'H
The Rock (s'snd traiNs Itffp St ttitliH PSHftfhfc'e to tte
World s Fair. Call or wrHC—to d^y for fre6 Hopjf of ou(-
iiltiminaled World's Fair G'lide, 48 fageS, b6autiftlllv
printed in Cotors
C. U. Hart. J}. c. Shofiinaker.
" I'- h- Agent.
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I Make the present a season of
! GREAT REDUCTION ifl PRICES,
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j to make room for fall and winter
♦ g-oods.
For bargains in
j Dry Goods,
I Clothirig',
Slides, Hats tic Caps,
♦ And all kinds ot Groceries,
Q-A-Liwv 02>T
J.L.Smith & Co.
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Corner Mam and Bovilevard.

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