Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1907 Page: 1 of 8

Cashion
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CASHION, OKLAHOMA, Till KSJ>AY. FEB. I ! ino<
Mi
Entire time will hereafter be devol
ed to th<> practice of law. Twenty-
five year* esperienre. Lur^'e^t
library iti WeHerti Oklahoma.
hiiixtulter, O.T.
I (J. A NICHOLS L. Houseworth and
I>W. c. w. RAYMOND 1 L Housewo^h•
dentist
IN CASH I OX
Kv'er\ M oix-l a \
llansflt llidg Oklahoma Cilv
PHYSICIANS
end SURGEONS.

KU call answered promptly
•ay or night.
OFFICE—North Main Street.
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I S. W. HOd AN. A. b HOUSKWORTH, K. t<. WELCH.
President. V ce President. Cashier.
1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK SFGASHION
1
PRAISE FOR
CONVENTION
JUDGE SULZ6ACHER
AT OKMULGEE
Delegates are discharging
their duties faithfully
and deserve the
Confidence and Gratitude
Of the People
No. 0101.
\ Does a General Banking- Business
Money to Loan on Chattel
Or Commercial Paper,
I FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
i Notarv hihlic in Office- Taxes Paid for Non-residents.
i IHItROTOKS:
•j s W. FIooan R. L. Wbi.ch W. E Warwick
*■' A. L. HoCsxworth N. M. Hogan
Introductory remarks to the
charge of the ^rand jury made .
by the Honorable Louis Sulz- :
bacher at the February term
at Okmulgee, as thoy appear
of record of said coutt:
i "(Jentlemtii of this Jury:
The constitutional convention
is still assembled in the city of
Outline. The delegates arc
discharging their dutb s faith
fully, and the best interest
of their constituents is their
ardent zeal. They were to-
gether for a longer period than
has teen expected, but their
efforts are so honorable, their
responsiblities so weighty,their
functions so grave, that they
should not be in haste. They
consented to become the repre-
sentatives of tiie people of the
Indian Territory, and they
should ever receive their re-
cognition. They absent them-
selves from their families,
abandoned their personal af-
fairs, and are bringing a tinan
cial sacrifice to some extent for
the sole purpose of serving
their country and their fellow
citizens.
They will conclude their task
in three or fuur weeks and
there will not remain any doubt
in the mind of any fair mind
ed and impartial person thai a
constitution will be presented
of which the people of this new
state--one of the greatest in
the union—can be proud; and
that they should receive
the gratitude and merit the
praise, of those who will live
under thit civic structure.
Anecdote of r m ;!es.
DenioerRcy was r. r..'W thins to tin'
Athenians, antl they bccame i o drcarl
fully swelled over It that Perlcl< s wa-
nt his wit'H eiul what to do with
iheni.
"If It were not for the plain people
politics would he eary. he «;is often
hoard to complain.
Finally. In hij deaperation, he con
suited the Delphle oracle
"(5l\e the plain people plenty • '
rope," V.S3 tllP veiled answer "f tti«•
pythonesa. "and leave the rest to ti'
gods."
Perlclea was joreh pur.ied. I>ut on
his way back to Athens, In1 purchased
a Clear of the hex oil the train, and i'
W09 ft Connecticut cigar.
"I wonder If thin can ho tho rope ti ■
i rctcle meant?" ho suddenly exclaimed,
after he had smoked awhilf.
It could he. and "us To make a
long story idiot't. a ure.it j *,1 iti<• :tl
met had come to light, and from tb.
time forth I'erlrlra had pretty rti•. •'
his own way in overyihtng. 1'i.ck.
"Oklahoma's appa. ent 'f.
; ure in constitution maUin.
ascribed to lack of experii*
I Perhaps after being a
I five or ten years Okla^vr.!..
would know better lu. •">
make a constitution. 1
Hibernian whose boot* r* :•'>
' tight he had to wear a
; few days before he v. t!r- g-t
them on." Ex.
I
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PRATTS STOCK
FOOD
Drs. Hess and Clarks
Stock Food, A Scinetifk: Compound.
International Stock Food.
3 Feeds For O^ie Cent
These are the three leading Foods for
Stock. If your Stock is not doing well
1] v cne of these.
JUIML'O
IKS I
>tiivi; the \mm
iiiiiwts
&■. *
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&
A Nov it lid ( ( ntplctc line of
/. +•>+<> +-M-V 'W
A complete stock of the celeb.ated
R^vuxi iMoVr
Also furniture & Household Equipmen t
J ,A SHAW
Gall ih'c *.:*«!. ^ct
STANDARD, REGISTERED, PERCHERON STALLION
BHILaL^1ANT4!1.
IIRIF.MANT 4th. is ;i beautiful dappled grey, 5 years old. of grand coufonna-
i in, stylo and action. W^'glit, 17(10 lbs., Rogisteretl in Slud book of Atiiericati
horse Registry Association, I >e« Moines la., eertiticatc No. 'J-J >0 \ eternary
certificate warrants Uini to l. e perfectly sound and free from ult hereditary
diseases whatsoever.
Will stand for the season of 1007 at my stable in Cashion. Fee $15. insure
i a foal. Not responsible for accidents.
U'KDKLL.
This well known .Standard, Registered Trotting Stallion will al.su stun 1 for the
season of l'.K)7 at my stable in Cashion. Terms: $10. to insure living foal: not re
; sponsible for accidents. Fees for servios of both horsesbaooui9 c-lua itn
i mediately when owners dnpose of their mares or leavo the oniirit7
i nowuhkk. w. h, simpson., puonk, 41.
;ii■■j'ics in *:•'0 rki> i ' " t . iiiVntigiliW ia't-Ji-
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