Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 24, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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Are You Going To Build'?
We can furnish material of the best
grade and duality and save you time
We Have A Complete Stock
of Lumber, Lath, Cement, shingles
Doors. Sash, Moulding, and Mill work
of all kinds.
Our Price Is Right
and quality guaranteed. See our stock
Arkansas Lumber Co.,
John C. Kost,
Special attention given to all nota-
Cashion, Oklahoma. >'9L W
A MAIYER OFHEALTH
ftoVetober 20 to December fl.
A blfi Show in a big town l.v bifj brooders ol Cattle,
*ht"ot( ahd Sfclr.e.
A tlbefttl education Irr the stock in an and faiffiir, demons tra
ilnfi tnetbl'riS of feeding and results in the bank account.
Tlint Ik fthat the International Litre Slock Exposition for
19(l4 will be
loclndehtally, there is the attraction of lurjje Stores,
theutres, cbncerts and busy streets of a gr^at oit v.
Of eaurse vou dro going over the Rock Island. Keduced
rates will be rtirtdo.
The Rook Islaud Agbnt Will toll you about it.
E. 0 SHOEMAKER. AfiRNT
CASHION O f.
Puttliphtnl cKrv Thursda--
bber County, Okluhoum
at Cashion. Klnjr-
D O WOODWOtfTil. PMl^her
Freefnai) Mililer has writ ten s( m«
Vefv gohd poelrv, but in the opini
6il of th6 At VAsn ihe following i*
about the best \et
SAFE AND SANK
\V«>li tbe atrony 1* ovnr alter nil the campaign
Tbey have plied the weighty flxln's In « heap
atop of us:
And no matter what the trouble or tie
nlmtitliiK watt about,
We are burled under nallot.H 'till It s hard to
Tet we have this consolation, and we'll never
We have parsed the da> of frenzy Mn«l we all
are "safe and sane"
It In true we shouted loudly for the Hudson-
But with ull our eHtnpitlKn clMiuor, not a voter
could we budge;
ft Is true we work?d the Issues and we made
the welkin rlntf,
And to us the careless voters didn't do a iIukI?
Rut no matter If tbe Country with its antic*
W o have shed our Idiocy an I onoe more are
"sate and sane.'
What If things that couldn't happen eauie
along and happened too
From the Mar) lander mountains to the wimhIs
of « id HtacoT
What if geezers tbo by thousand and the
hundred thousand more
Shoved us under tieatb their baliots 'till we
pawed tbe air and swore
Let tliis l e our conpensation ami our cverlast-
We're once more restored to reason and are
whully ,'.<ate and sane,''
Then away with sordid purpose! What if
went each otllce high
To the foes we punched and pummeled in
glurjr days Kone by?
Let theSavalancbes tumble with their rush of
Over all the ways we wander through the
We'll be rather still about it, but we hurl back
All tbe taunts and jokes that Jibe us, for
all are . sAfe and sane."
Mr and Mrs. F
gone to Anadarko
i heir daughter, M ■
For Notary work call on S.S.Cole
Mr. S tin son ftnd Mr.
turned from the Fair Tu.
We handle the highest grade oil
at tht low. si prices ,1 \V, Bryant it
A.J. VVal on'i
K S. Wh ton «
oome the latter
brothers J E
pre visiting at
part of last wee
OR DIN.A M'K N >
v 1o. ! rfo4.
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Erenest Norris has secured
position tn Houghton's store.
Every one should use Pride of
Perry Flour. N'«ne tiErficn. F.K.
Mrs. Albert Wright spent a few
days last week in Oklahoma City.
For lots in Beadle's addition, see
Frank Huffman Is acting as Mar
,holl during Mr. Perrvs absence.
For all kinds of puirip wof-k go to
J- W. Bryant & Son.
Wirt. Warwick spent Sunday in
Pride of Perry Flour gi<-es entirt
atisfaction. F. (5. lloughton.
J. O. Steinfeldt was in Guthrie
Mrs. E M Gobble was in towu
Mrs. Fred Mott returned home
Mrs. J) Farr come over from
Guthrie Friday eve.
Thos. Franks and family visited
at H. L Whites Sundav.
A. G. Helton and family were vis
itiug near Navina last week.
Sam Courtright mashed two of
his (injures quite badiv while load
Clayt n Kuuer is visiting at Mr
Miss Mvrtle Hruner enrolled at
Mr Lvon'n visited at J. J Rhods'
Omar Keopple returned to the
new country Mouday.
Mr, and Mrs. Guy Thorn bury
were shopping in Guthrie Tuesday.
Mr. Marquis' brother who has
been visiting him retilrned home
Mr. and Mrs. Cronkite, Mr. Went
•vorth and Albert Rhodes were ir
Mr. Arch Hise and Miss Ethyl
Howard spent Sunday at Mr. Harp*
l;arm for Sale
As f live in Blaine Co T will sell
my farm in Kingfisher Co. 5 milefe
North of Cashion. It is 144 ^cres
ill in pasture fenced with 3 wit-
fence,- wells of good water, A
first c.ass W«nd Mill in good order
on the place IfctV This farm can
oe sold part time and part cash and
livestock price $1200. Address
W A. Lutterel! exhibited hi
moving pictures at the Maine Hall
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week. The subjects were good
II pleased wit
ueojile were w<
W* R Pettit returned
from Kansas City
Dr. J Houseworth, Mr. Cromwell
S W. and D W. TTogati were out
on a hunt last Sundav; the shoting
come off a tie between I) W.Hogan
and J ti Houseworth.
Miss Delia Hancock spent Satur*
day and Sunday with home folks.
Mrs. Chas Kinniman visited our
Sunday School last Sunday.
The farmers are now very busy
hauling their winter wood.
Mr. Holbrook visited at the home
of 13. F. Hancock Saturday and
J. A. McCleery and wife, and Mrs.
M. L. Maulsby were in Guthrie Sat-
Mrs. W O Cox left Wednesday for
Colorado Sprinsg where she was
called by the illness of hersoninlaw
The families of Lester Hulse,
M. Haines and J A. McCleery visit
ed at the home of K A. Austin las'
There will be no Sunday Schoo
next Sunday, as the school has ac
cepted the invatation to the S. S.
convention held a' Navina on tha1
Preparations are now being mad-
for ine Thanksgiving dinnef at th
school house Rev. Chitwood Will
deliver a sermon at eleven oclOCk.
and the refit of the day Will be Spent
in feasting, singing abd Social
SWJilE OLD HiflOE.
WEST SIDE of MAIN STREET,
Mr. M. Stone of Olarksdal
Mo. his been visiting here with his
sons Albert and Idore.
Mrs. Kennedy and Miss Elizabeth
of Guthrie will spend Thanksgiving
at W. L Flaughcrs.
Wm. Warwick and fainily lef'
Wednesday for Ohio, they will b
gone about two months.
There was a concert given JTues
dav night at the hall; Mrs. Audn
of Guthrie being princiqie singer.
Miss Bertha and Mr. Erenes
White of Oklahoma City are spend
ing Thanksgiving with their sistei
Mrs. H G. Smith.
Wm. Redmond is nursing acoupu
of bad carbuncles.'
Mrs. Holmes, who is visitint
with her sister Mrs Ewel Harmoi
nas a sick baby.
Mr Huff's little bov who was sici-
la^t week is recrovering.
of | |
Mrs Graves and Mrs iloldeu of
Seward are visiting with Mrs. S
If you want good bread thret
hundred and sixty five days in tht
Jrear use Pride of Perry Flour.
F. E. Houghton.
For good cigars come to Cole's
Heolth is absolutely inpossible
if constipation is present Many
serious cases of liver and kidney
have sprung from neglected consti-
pation. Such a deplorable condi-
tion is uunecessarv. There is a
Cure for it. Herbine will speedily
remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay,
P M , Bronson Fla .writes, Feb. 12
19112. ''Having tried Herbine 1 find
it ia a fine medicine for constipa
tio "5oc a bottle Sold by Brooks
irtnual Poll T.ix in and for th'* town i •
Be it ordained by the Hoard
Trustees (if the town of C'ashi
Section T. That each m:t!e person
oetween twenty one and fiftv veat>
>f age who lias resided in this Ter j
ritory and w ho is n r ^ (li nt of said i
town of Cashion, who is able to pet-
form labor on public high* ivs and
who is not a countr\ or townshij
charge, shall annual.v pav to tin
roadoverseer t^f said town, the suni
of four dollars (#4.00) as poll tax
Provided,anv person laible for sucl
poll tax monev, in lieu of cash pa\
ment,perforin four days work ol
eight hours each on the roads ii
said district, under the Muprvitior
and direction of the roadoverseer of
said town as provided tiv existing
law, or may furnish a substitute ti
do the same, and two days work of
man and team shall be equvalent t >
four days work of man alone.
Section II Anv persons liable
to perform road work as required
in this ordinance who having been
duly notified bv a three days ^rit-
ten notice to perform such work,
shall fail or refuse to complv with
such notice and perform such work
or furnish a subsitute therefor as
required in this ordinance, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdenn r or
and punish, d by confinment in ti
jail of said town for a period « f tet
days, or bv a fine of not less that
ten dollars or more than twenty
five dollars,or by both «uch fine and
imprisonment. Provided; tnat it
shall be the duty of the roadover-
seer to file a complaint before th>
justice of the peace of said towt
against such persoi so refusing or
failing t«i comply with said notice
within ten days afur such fai lure
Passed and approved. N* >\ 7 190-f.
Lew Downing, J E Calhoun,
IT PAYS YOU
To buy your Dry Goods,
Millinery and Gent s Fur-
nishing Goods at the
F, E HOUGHTON,
CASH ion,a t.
Oscar McTntire has
lace as salesman at the
A full line of fine cook
W. Bayant it Son's
H Arkv left Monday fo
.•,<k visit at Nashville Te
* a position
Mas. Davis and daughter of
G rie are spending Thanksgiving
v Mrs. James Fryniire
Me Albert Byrchett and daughter
f\r 1 oending Thanksgiving here.
secured a i Mrs. H.G. G
Famous. J at the Famous
s at I
! Any one wishing to attend the
Business College will get in forma
lwo! tion by calling at the Advance
We handle the
r.ass seat cylinde
Mr. and Mrs. I) W. Ho;
Muskogee returned from El
with S.W. Hogan and spent
days in Uashi^i.
Little Kathleen Latta is recov
ing from typhoid fever.
Farm Loans made on easv terms. WANTED— 500 head
ow t iller. Ions time, quick money. |steers. will pay the lii^hc
no delay, Winne it Winne. Branch
office, Kingfisher, Okia
f'ebratt'd 'Myers j
8. J. W. Bryant
T Redmond made a business trip
to Kansas this week.
Mrs. M. A. Reed of Reeding Ok la.,
lias a few choice White Plvmoth
Rock chickens for sale,50c. to $2 50
Rev. Doty of the M. E. Church
will conduct the services at Cashion
next Sunday, Nov.27.
1 the market will justify.
UKI'OKT OF THE CONDITION
— op THE —
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ht Cashion, in the Territory of Oklahoma,
at tho close of business Nov. lo , toot.
Loan* nnd Discounts SUIM-W 13
Ov**rdratt8. secured and unsecured 7,5651 19
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation. 6,250 00
Bonds.Fccurlttet,etc 4,000 00
Bunking house, furniture and
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agentsi 11,57?
Due from approved reserve agents
Fractional paper currency,nickels
and cents 23
LawfulMonky Reserve In Bank, viz:
Specie ) 407
iA'gal tender Notes ... 14.700 5,107
Redemption fund with V. S, Treasurer
i per cent ot eiroulatlon).. . 812
§ You are looking
For the best of it.
\ We fan uiako it interestiup for von to do >our hminir in Suits. Sj
^ llverwiiis. Hals, Shirt? for Men nnd Bo\a, nitbus.
5 We can show you everything thatj
^ ia NE W. and wili make you a positive!*
5; saving of one fourth on youi4 purchase §
1 Levy's Bee Hive 1
| Clothing House. i
^ GrTj-rri^izT^: c. t. §
* i 1
Last Daysoftheg'reat Fair
Tho great World's fair will soon lie a thins of the past.
I'rnliahly tho last hie fair for a generation
Uo to date people should see it. Plan to go novv. The
last ehanee to see the splendors of the largest and most compre-
hensive of world's fairs
St. Louis and Return,
On sale daily except Fridays and Saturdays
until November 30.
E. C. SHOEMAKER, Agent,
CASHION. O. T.
L. H. BURCHETT.
Practical & up - to - date BLACKSMITH
Does modern Horse-shoeing, treating and shoeing for all diseaes of
r.he foot and leg. Has a complete equipment of modern machinorv.
The Brooks cold Tire Setter, t
Compresses the metal cold: no burnt ,
or charred felloe surface to wear awi
out a hard wood surface instead; no
steam and water soaked feloes to
shrink away and loosen the tire, no
burnt paint to replace. It gives just
the amount of dish required; no over- ^
dishing; no guess work about it.
Plow and wagou work a specialty.
North side Boulevard,
All work guaranteed
CASHION 0. T.
When in Guthrie
Pride of Perry makes tine bread.
Every sack guaranteed. F. E.
Let all remember thut W. A.
Clift handles the Dempster aud IXL
windmills. The two best mills that
obeys the Oklahoma Zephyrs, See
uim and get prices.
and Livery Stable.
'Jl.'t i!ii,isiim Street.
fair treatment for all.
J J. Bel veal finds the
arvakce a necessity and enrolls ii:
When in need of good Hour as!
for Pride of Perry F.E. lloughton
Mr and Mrs McDowell of Wan
del have gone to Mo. on a visit.
Money to loan on Farms. So ,
S. S. Cole.
Saved iiis Like
.1 W. Davenport, Wingo Ky
writes, June 14, 1002; "I want to!
tell you 1 be.teve Ballard's Snow
Liniment saved my life. 1 wa-
under the treatment of two doctors
and they told me one of my lungs
was entirely gene, and the otln-r
effected. I also had a lump in my
isde. I don't think I could have
Capital WiH'h paid in
t'ndlvlded profits, less expenses
and ta.t«'8 paid
National Hunk notes outstanding .
I Individual deposits subject to <'heck
I Hills payable, including certificates
of deposit for money borrowed
i «rt I to i y ol (MclHbonia* i
t'ounty of Kirifrtlsber,)
I, E. L Welch, ('ashler of the nhove-natned
hank, do solemnly swear that ti** above state
nieut is true to tbe best ol my knowledge and
Iratn. F?o«tr nnd Feed.
\i5 c IViC.Kioster <"c
LSiirnedl e. l Welch, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me tli
lay of Nov., )90i. John (
LSeall Notary I'ubllc
My commission expires ! * *■. in, 1005,
COttKECT Attest :
s. W. Homo i
W. e. Warwick Directors.
A. L, lleuseworth 1
w. siblfy, local manager
THE CHILDREN S FAVORITE TONIC.
llwtm or IMITATIONS
THK CtNUINB PRIP« ID ONLY BY
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co*
• t. louis. mo.
lived over two months Ion
was indui' d l.\ a friend tn trv Bal-
lard s Snow Liniment. The first
application gav • me gr at re'.it f;lwo
two fifty cent- !.«otties cured sne
sound and we It Is a wonderful
medicine anil I recommand it to
suffering humanity." 25c,5o«\$1,00
Sold by Brooks aud Stone.
I ! cold
ftRPft winter COUQH.
Hover, 101 N. Mam St.
Ken., write?:Every fall it
r n fny wife's trouble W catch
<*nd to cough all winter
.st fall I grrtjor her a bot-
ehoun SyMip. Sbr used
1 been ftbls to s!eep all
Whenever th? cough
'« her, two or three doses
nd she is able t<D be up
25e, 50c, ami #1.00.
0} Br'^oks aud Stoue.
It's 1:j 1 yua do if art a victim
Don't Do It. li's D n*eroii<i.
• • Sf-fv ' 'T* Av I '11 ilmi: it Trill cur" malaria, but it It'a
r.lmo. t 'i .'.wily nftnr clleuU.
is purely v-fri" abli" .n'l absolutciy iruaratittwd
t( ,■]!malai'ia, SM-k h^aducin , biliousness,
ant; all stomach, kiUuc>'y aud liver ooiuplaiute.
TRY IT rp-DAY.
50 Cents Tl Bottle. All Druggists.
Mr. Barnett of Oklhoma City was
nntertaiued Bt H. G. Smith's home
List your Farm with ft. S. Cole.
Bert Whistpr who has been sick
Mrs.Dysaftof Coyle" arrived in
Cashion to day to visit ot Frank
Miss Marion Quinby Is coLvelent
ing from typhoid f«ver, Miss Aunn
is still quite sidt.
F A RMERST ~
Buy a De Laval;., flepatate ?' ?
cream and bring it l6' the Coniic-
ental Creata Statiotf in the old
"Cashion Bank Botldiug." Make
your cows pay for their "keep
We pay 20c. for butter fat. Prif"
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