Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 24, 1904 Page: 1 of 4

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A. L. Houseworth and
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PHYSICIANS
snd SURGEONS.
AM call answered promptly '
day or night.
OFFICE- North Main Street
cashion, Okumioa; ; ;u
NO I .7!
Dr. G.
Nichols
MANFUEirs STAR.
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D EN 1 i S T
Offccc over Brvuiit'i Store.
Hi.'l fair
1 - an and 1
News!!
S. \V. HOC AN
Presideu
HOt o:: III
its ui is
11 \ no v
"NO. fcitil
We try to tell it in type but it can't be done. Nothing but
to this great store can explain the saving :t, will be to you.
Come and see for yourself.
LA 0 ICS JAGHGTS A|Vl) SKII"<*>T
NO. 2
--weswih
//nit
Does a General Banking1 Busmeui
JVIoney to Loan on Chattel
Vr Commercial Paper
FARM LOANS I SPECIALTY.
Nolarv Public in Office- f aicl for Mon-reddnit?:,
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1JIRKCTOUS:
W. H®o*n L L. WELCH
A. L. tlocaswoa.H
VV. E. Vv'A.i
IIOitA.V
EATON
HURLBURT'S
Fll2£
BoxPapers.
HIGHEST-
QUALITY,
BEST VALUE
For Your Honey.
"STOLEN SWEETS",
the inisi n iwmis.
It's good.,
i Y"ou will recognize
it wlien you try it.
IT 13
DELICATE;
And Lasting
XONT WAIT
1 but set busj .
- ^ & paint your
ropert? t.hir fall. FOH
Hit Inevitable P
Inevitable .surely,
•lust as soon as the A
le learn certain facts. What fact*?
\ i*ll, here i' one that anybody cat
'.isilv - rifv by tuking up a Rrit
••h 1'n t:tl Guide,and look under th.
bead, 'I'or^-ien and Colonial J'ar
■< b poet, for the 1 nited States '
In the first place the reader wi I
note that we have no parcels post
:onv, ution will. Great Britain.
hou:rh v.- ha.-e had one with Ja
pan the past month 01 so. Out
hough w, .. v no parcels post
with Britian the British pootoffici
'ias arranged for the B.-iton a semi-
•flieial pared-, | t throughout th.
ngth and breadth of the ! nitei
States.
Perhaps you'll s.-.y, • Well, .hat's
' . .
not! Hut what : remarkable is
1 ! thi Americai i. pie-s compan-
i-'S have established for the British
DRESS GOODS.
CLOTHING-
Noticc
A KE P
f our patro
0 prod lit
' (*v,
,nd vc
toils, c
from
0 1\j.
SHOES
1% . omplete
rho Hoc we cat r ■
shot'.;. Corn* t.d
j'hey are all guar
1 e very res pp. t.
Yters, Robert Johnson
id Rice St Hutdhinson
a 1 .ir and try them,
•d.
prici-
11
we will givo
ti.. Marl ;
Arkv.
ILLINERY.
OVERCOATS
A WINNER.
,41 < • a ; I 1 • 1 «• «.. , paai P
. I . : , V , Nm I
Hutch in 01 Boston, makers of
• > ' I'M li>' •; lor nit ti ititl \v<
•lr"l 1 hi- at or :h« m-s I«>r lulu, „
1 ivt-tl Cii.ii.'l !'n\ at i>l '
i Wearellu
are showing
isuit—.5. ( :.
iders of : t vlf.s am
several different
&V :«0, $! t, I!:'."' .
UL VNKl'-TO.
price
pri
i.fjh!
and
We
3 to
the warm
ul a Mi a" ■
pound
... .cd, ;il cot
fr 0 2) to
A
1" 111
HERHAN ARKV
s
CASHION, O. 7.
postof!
M cen'
1 v w
P 1 -'
Civ; 1
inyr::pre.Si c :Wc
while our pos'
Vroerican Ci cen
tnd will not can v cl
ne package b\ • ;a*c<
>riee, for tl.e sau. i r>
Vuor Ca tie « :iiir.
io it cheaprr beer u?"i
PRAT
S
^ooa
!i pav v
NEF
• « the l*:
pause it i
qelfc in co;
a: J beau
becausf
longest.
aintm^ weather now. I
ruu Jo .r.ake the most of it
BRA PAINT
economical paint he
:)3oIuts>lv pure. t, eN
n;: capacity, durabflit<
j^TnCKEST RESULT
lOSlO
everv pound
ort'. li e
(•on f
L" pare
stock.
M()8TECO I< IOAI
Por yoi to u^e. Your hor.jes wi
it tali;
sts th.
:t.
0 uip.
'r.v it and
cou iuced <
its merit?.
BROOKS <S: STONE,
The L
• 4 I ■! #■!■ !■ ♦!< .j.
!T
■adinj Druggists,
HALF '111 TIME
OP OTHEE 3CI-IO
rtPIT.lL CJT> EIUMSV Hil l KM k h>
far llio||
1 lins till' lni'21't f ruit>
ij THK (4PITAL (IT) Bl S!\ESS
{| 'urgcst Commercial School in ilif Sonllm
of expert teachers, the largest number of graduates in «o il I.. kk f piuc
andHhorthand positions nndis (he oulv liool in ih;-ierritorits j r-
|i witted to teach the famous I'.une Shorlliitnd ml Pra tical fiookk ^ingj
l| We Will (five vou a thorough practical course of bookkeeping|
aod Shorthand in half the time, and at half the cost of cth^r :!:ools <
or make no charge for the cour&t.
rul! and interesting information jjfiven free
Auressi-
n> cor.Athini
pn o the Ameri
would he a froo(>
^•ou'e to "whimper
postoff.ee chaise 7thp
en cen; : for trans
: ( f four pote.i: .torn
>ne postoffice to another, when ih<
\meiuan express (on.f)aine: ar«
arrving parcels of eleven pound*
>r 2i cents for ti . Hritrij post-
iliee: if the i..f! ..ads grant th.
•soress coinDainf- .uej iates t(
■remit them to do thta(andtDodouh'
nev do .t at r. profit) for the lirit'i
1 hv can not the American IV-
■fltcft Department obtain
v advantageous?.
Ark your Congressman the*
inestions! Ask the Postn,aste>
General the same! Ask the Presi
"nt the same! Do not say it is no
our business. If vou are a t,ru
American, you will know it is vou
usine s. ff you belive in Govern
oent by the people, vou tr.ust d^
>ur share Never mind the othei
low! Do yours, and do it now
Edwin Berwick.
Pt ident, California Postal P rojjresfc
i«,;iv'ue, X ac if.- G rove. Oct. 1."]. 1904.
Ex
puree
h 1011,
(Hiuuds
- post at
fifty Huts fhQ ^fandarit
pound fer
through
*dade from pure cream of
fartar der'veri frj m grapes,
equa
QUICK MONEY
T ONG TIME EASY TEUMS
ON FARM LOANS
AT IOW if ATE
All loans wil! be closed just, as
and titles can be examined,
drawn and signed.
NO DELAY-! make m
quic.it as secunt-
approved, papers
•>«'n inspections
L
Franch Offleo
kingfisher okla.
WlNNE & WlNNE,
ritank bashouk, >t(;r
Single Territor. .
Both the single slate boomer-
nid the single territory boomer-
it last begin to realise wV . the
ire up against. Thev begin <
:ind out that there are solemn treat
ies with the Indians that hav
'ever bee 1 abrogated a;.d that thf
irovpi-nment will stand bv. It be
'irr toditwn on them th.ii. tl.r ben
•vole ,t organization of the I-'■■■
Kast take not only a fri 'ndlv, but :■
•rand-moth "t ly interest in the
Indian and his rights, and wrong-
real or imaginary It begins ti,
lawn upon all concerned that th
Indian Territory i? not prepariV
for a white poiit, an's government
All the brewers and distillers and
bar-tenders are in favor of it. All
the broken down and wind-broken,
spavined and rin^-Sion! I poiit. ians
of Oklahoma hailed the idea with
delight. As one of the promoters
said: 'There would be places enough
to go around;" but alas the bright
vision is now wrecked and ruiued
oi the f J rocks of stern reality.
5 A Barrel of Money to loan on
t j farms, at low rates, long lime, easy
I' terms. This is quick money, noj
delay, nt Wiune& H'inne. Branch j
... I office, Kingfisher, Oklahoma.
Fbank Basiiori
oakiNr; epv'^r
omioa.c
Special Notice
Having: sold my business to Scran
'on >■ ti nviani'.'.n I kin-Uv request
ril' knowing them selves indebted tc
call in and settle at once. r! hanking
the public lor their liberal patronage
and soliciting your tuture iavor ior
the success ol the new tinr, whose
motto v.Til). be Honesty, f. remain,
Your* truly.
J. S'.'RANTON.
JOHN C. KOST,
Aitorney and Counselor
at Law-,
OFl IC1:—We«t aide Mala street^
CASHION OKLAHOMA.
Notii c ti Creditors
I l nit PubllaUad Ni veml
:tt« of tin
r>RllibtM-. f
Villaift .f
rritory of r
I? Oklahoma Republican?
The Sundav <\
I'he f in i ,
hat Oklahoi.-.
f the Kuoer'u
h( pur' ha
md ihtr wivr
OklaJio.;,,
The revi
n manv vi
im
half o
lis que?
.'•nne.l ude |
• ublican, |
rea. on
j men of J
All persona havutf? claims urn
JAVM, SMITH <1ocott"«ril, u.f .
rxhihlt the nai'-.t \ritli tlio r.rcemar
to tho under: iffned, dn.r iippointftl *
II. i '.*« ilit.i . 1 . I I late Of '
at I
«"M|. u
ti bit
tr.ilf
H. th
'AMRf*
I'aihlO'.,
«hio
tn.incy John (?. r *t Caib
on < . I . Ir ti • « . i nt> nt h ii.rHiiier an-l Ter
i "i o Oklahoma, and lbs rour montlM
Hfter tho Hi-• pu ln-at.on o iiin notloo han
ht t-n •-Hi d I j ord( of the 1'robate < ourt of
Miiid K turflehor • ounty.aa tho tirno for credit
orii of .«id d«'eeased to o.rhlbli and prtiient
h- ir claiiuh n^iniHt uaid cntate.
Dated tho 2?tU day ofOctoln?r IIJ04
I'.A. t asaeliuan
Bzecutoi
th"
r h
irrupt mismanntf'k'n nf by
losses has aleniat.ed irinre,
The fact that the strongest
iean counties haverefus -d to
epublicar.s t< th" countv
• roves that, what, repuhif an
i'ive in Oklahomi(.uid tht• i
•f it, i - alive not bv rpaso.i
iajor
vear
niated
;.nd
local
i eoub-
elect
offices,
s lot Si
cially. land and its cultivation
would soon be monopolized by the
^re.;t syndicates, and the indusi-
rous would have only the choi e i f
j serfdom or vagrancy.
As it is. this occupation the spe-
culator wil not touch, and the illy-
I handed will not .n^er with,has be
I come a source of competence and
j independence to those who stay
( with it in good faith. For them
| ' the stone rejected of the builders
ha bc."' me the chief corner -t>f
| the temple.
'r* *
: -i t-
President
ROOSEVELT
AT WORLD'S FAIR. NOV- 26l!i
Will be in Cashion j
One Day Only.
l)r J.P.Douthet. the well known f
\ etcr nary Curgeon and hor^e <Jc;, i v
tist will be in Cashion atur uyjy
Nov. 26th. to do all kinds of vcter-1 •!*
Excursion rates via
For the few remaining days of the ^reat exposition the
Hod: Island System will sell round-trip tickets at reduced
rates. This i your last opportunity U. visit the greatest
expo: ition the world bas ever knor7n. Can oj afford to miss
it'/ The Rock Island trains stop at in ,o ent ancc to the
World's Fair. Ask the Rocrf Island Agent.
oartv boss
;n spite .if t
Tf Okh'iht
-he sho,. .: t
'nis month ■
Roosevelt
. in:;ry work. IJring in your horse*#,
• and have them examio^d free.
At Chas Setford's barn.
One day only.
I # J.P.Douthett. D.V.S.
C.
B. Hart.
D. P. A.
E.
th
ould have Hven
Dusand mojoritv.
« been a repul ,
Yet, if there ha^ b<
ean countv ticket elected in the ter-
ritory J have not seen a record of it
if the ne; ! r<viera: election could
proceeded about six monthes bv
-ome sort of a fatal epidemic or bu
.ion;c plague that would carry ot*
in the midst of their uselessness
all the prominent republican poiit-
t?ian:; of the tc« ritorv, th chance
for a republican success would be
greatly inproved.
C. Shoemaker.
Agent.
Unsvndicatcd
The changing of the crop condi-
tions and crop possibilities keep
many people gussing where "they
are at. \\ hile this ha« proved a
disastrous year to many farmers
yet some are disponing of a crop for
more money than the land on which
it grew wonld sell for.
The uncertainties of farming as a
business i what keeps it among
tho people. If farming could be re-
duced to a certainty like manfuct-
uring and prices wore sure, natur-
ally, or could be maintained atifi-
A >1 Yj \t D M E X T TO | f
ORDINANCE NO. 10. t
First published Nov. 10,1904 ! >.
Section 31, of Ordinance No. 10. £
of Cashion. Okia., is hereby amend- ?
ed to road as follows, vis: v
Any , ersons violating any of the y
provisions of this ordinance, hall 5
upon conviction thereof, be scnlen- X
ced to pay a fine of not less than I T
one dollar or more than ten dollars | T
for each offence; that said fine may I t
be worked out on the streets of J
said town or the defendant Lo br | T
given not more than two hours to j X
leave th" town at the discretion of 17
the Justice of the Peace. 1 T
Passed and approved Nov. 7, iPOJ T
Attest:
Lew Downing, J.E. Calhoun, i
Clerk, President. 1
ft
Make the present i reason of
GREAT REDUCTIOIT in PRICES,
Noticc.
[atur.Jay, night December,
Downs Camp 7152 M.W.ofA. ■ t
lect officers for the en using T
yearAll members should be present, j f
lew Downing, Clerk. f
On
he ,'id
tvill ,
to make room for fall and winter ♦
goods. j
^^r bargains in
Dry Goods
Clothing,
Shoes, Hats & Caps,
And all kinds of Groceries,
CALL O I*r
XLSmith&Co.
Corner Main and Boulevard.

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