Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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he opened every Monday.
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!ik-u1 a'ur.s I)
ha ichetl out
; Ill's ;i n'ond Ply-
ieu who lias all the
•aten a mile. She
11 nice chickens
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t*r to t><* ciianjre*! r* ofum hs do* I rod. < opy to
b« haiulr.1 in by TtiMil \y ornimijf.
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Deeds acknoweledyed by S. I
Mr. and Mrs, H. Arky re
turned Friday from St Louis.
Mr. Pennington left Wednes
<1 iv for Oklahoma City.
Dr. Raymond went over to
Piedmont Tuesday evening.
Mr. Brills oflllnoisis a truest
at the Mo]In home this week. j
Dr. and Mrs. J. \j. House |
worth were down to Guthrie'
Farm and city properly in j
sured by S. S. Cole.
Mrs, (ieo. Beck attended the!
(Irand Chapter of the K.st 'in
Star at Bnid this week.
Miss Lulu Shaw and her
mother come over from King-
fisher to visit with Mrs. Ezra
Shaw this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W'tn. Grimes of
Guthrie visited over Sunday at
\V. E. Warwicks.
Miss Kate Donelon and
f.'iend, from Kingfisher College
visited a few days last week
with Mrs. Bern tsen, at Cashion.
H. F. Woodworth was kicked
by a horse last Thursday and
his leg v. as injuried (piite bad-
ly. He is now able to get!
about with ti crutch.
Frank McGuire Co. Attorney
of Logan Co. was in town on
Call on S. S. Cole for Justice
of the Peace and Notary work.
Good fresh milch cows for
Sale. Kmiuire of G.C.Marrott.
Phone No.!" . < i line.
Mr. L.'wis White of Webb
City Mo., who has been visit-
ing his sister ' .Nil's. Bugg, for
some tiin \ returned to Mo. last
F. A. CRAWFORD, has in
stalled a first class and up-to-
date shoe shop at Coles office
Cor. of Main and Buena \'ista.
Bring in your shoes and get
P. .1. McWethy, west of Cash-
ion is building an addition to
house. Work is done by Chas.
j Norris and material furnished
by the Arkansas Lumber Co.
Mr. VVestbrook, Manager of
the Pioneer Telephone Co. was
out from Guthrie Monday.
S. W. Hogan has been attend-
ing the Grand Lodge of Masons
at Guthre for the past week.
Mesdames Hogan and Welch
I joined him there Wednesday to
] accompauy him to Enid where
they will attend the Grand
Chapter of the Eastern Star.
The International Sunday
School Association will hold a
convention at Wandel Feb. 17.
All are invited.
JAIL BARRED TO HIM.
American Prisoner in China Receives
When tho Chinese (lay watchman .'ft
the American consulate wont hte
rounds tho other morning he dUco -
tv.'cil that one of the cells that 8'itjv,.U
have contained a prisoner "-ti3 empty
Door anil window were intact, and
there whs no sign to show how the
occupant of the cell—(*. S. Huttrlck
had effected his escape. Huttrlck wa?
serving a sentence of three years im
prison men t on a charge of embezzle
ment, which was heard at Tien tsln
The night watchman, who was at
first suspected of connivance in the
escape, returned to his post at seven
p. m. as usual, lie told a perfectly
straightforward story, lie came ou
duty, he said, as usual, at seven
o'clock the preceding evening. But
trick was then out for his daily walk,
hut returning at about nine p. m
called for a tansan and then retired
to his cell. The watchman saw noth
ing more of him, and when ho lelt
at seven a. m. he placed the keys, as
usual, on a table whore the day watch
man would know where to find them
Another version i« that when But
trick returned from his evening walk
he wan unable to get Into the consa
lat . He knocked and rang for some
time without any response, and fin
ally, in high dudgeon at the inhos
pitallty of the consulate, went elso
where for his night's lodging. Our In
forniant adds that he would not be
surprised if Huttrick turned up some
day to lodge a complaint against the
American authorities for locking him
out in this inhuman manner.—North
%t4l5vfD A Car-load
3 Gars ot No. 1 Demension and Bridge
Plank The best Lumber that ever comt
The farmers on the north line
of (Jrant and Logan Townships
are building a telephone line
14 miles in length, east from
Kingfisher. After investiget-
ing quality and prices in all
.surrounding towns the lumber
was bought of the Arkansas
Ijumber Co. at Cashion.
Delegate H. O. Tener came
out Saturday to join his wife
and children who were visiting
relatives here. They returned
to Guthrie Monday.
Miss Nell Wells of Guthrit
visited Mrs. G o. Beck last
11. C. Gordon was in Guthrie 1
There will be services for
Catholics at the home of Tlieo.
Berntsen every morning at 5>
o'clock during the week lie
ginning Monday Feb. I*th.
I). T. Simmons is building a
tior.se oil hi.', farm southwest ot
town The lumber, all of the
lirst quality, was furnished by
the Arkansas Lumber Co. at
.1, R. Mowery who lias been
ill for several month is now
able t'> be out.
FOR SALE A team of good
farm horses, 7 and eight years
old, weight, 1100 each. En-
quire of .1. M. Malone.
Farm and City property for
sale by S. S. Cole.
I Miss Ethel Williamson of
Guthrie is visiting with Misses
Ruth and Flo Wood worth.
Dr.* A. L. Ilouseworth went
over to Guthrie today to see
D. F. Smith, who is recoveing
from his recent illness.
Mr. Emett Douglas is out
from Guthrie today.
Mrs. L. E. Cain is on the
sick list this week.
Grandma Klingman has re-
covered from her recent illness
and is able to be out.
Rev. Brown who was formally
located here is assisting with
meetings at the Free Method
Fred Klingman was one of
the successful bidders on the
READY TO TAKE NOTES.
C.'jel Husband Had Stenographer ti
Record Wife's Remarkr..
Frederic Irland, at the last conven-
tion of the National Association of
Stenographers at Atlantic City, said
of a somewhat harsh rebuke that one
stenographer had administered tif an-
• That rebuke was a little to cruel,
was it not? It reminds me of the cru-
elty of u Washington man—a piece
of cruelty wherein stenography played
an unwitting part.
"As this man came to bed one night
his wife said to him:
' "'Has the stranger gone; I didn't
" Oh, no, dear. He hasn''. gone,' the
husband replied. 'I have instructed
the maid to Jet him out in three or
"The wife looked amazed and stupe-
"'What—why—who on earth Is he,
anyway?' she stammered.
" 'My dear," said the husband, quiet
ly, 'he is a shorthand reporter. You
see. I nearly always forget what you
say to me during your discourse from
11 till two and sometimes 1 go to sleep
while you're talking. So I thought I'd
have your lecture written out to-night
and study it at my leisure. The young
man i.-> all roadv, tho door Is open so
that he can hear you, and you may bo
gin as soon as you like.'"
Mr ..Zeigler intends to open a
Millinarv Store in the Howbeer
building. She leaves next
we k t'> buy her goods.
We have heard reports of a
c cm pie of v. -tiding' but ;ir en
able to get pictuhrs.
Mi- Fanny Hoyt is out from
College on account of the ii1
ness of her fathe.
Saturday Night Diversion.
In a T.ondon street a girl of 12 an
t boy of 10 were playing a family
lrama of "mother and father," and
!!obby was being instructed in his \
•oli "Now. Hob." said the girl. "you
■ est walk up ter ther corner an' wait
here till we tells yer lo come. We're
•i-goln' ter git dinner ready, an' when 1
wo calls jer, jer ter coma 'time and
chuck the fings about" "Ho!" haid
Hobby. Come ome, drunk do 1? And
why for?" "Why for, stcopid?" re
totted the girl, with a glance of mln- J
g'cd scoru auti yity. "Aiu'l it Satur-
4a>' " i
Lonj Pulpit Scrvice.
A Method:-t ministe r who hn:- been
preaching ior 77 year is worth some
little attention. This distinction bo- |
| lonr.;s to the Rev. uiehar.l Rynvr, of |
Drixton, Kngland. He ivn.i a proieher
j when William IV w: kin-; of l-uc 1
land and And row Ja was presi-
dent of 'he United States.
km FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Hearse furnisned free
with all Adult Caskets.
Tall the Bachelor.
Dr He eh eon: -irt. d tho la lies Ii
one nf hi; lamm . I - f • i ly to.La-
th'!.i ti.at. "the man rlio ha., tea
lula wotrttn 111 Irs 1:1 i i n maa.
Of a'l tae letter wl.ie >. p i;«t lir rt „:i
, the p si ofilcoi of t'i" world, two-
thlr.'.H i' . ritten I'v ami scut ti P~>>
i l ie w!:o t p uli Kngll.ill.
L. H. BURCHETT.
i^ractical & up - to - date BLACKSMITH
Does modern Horse shoeing treating and shoeing for all dlieuese,
u.e foot and leg. lli^ a complete equipment of modern machinery
The Brooks cold Tire Setter.
Compresses the metal noUl: no burnt
h- charred felloe surfuee to wear away,
out a hard wood surface instead; no
ileum ur.il water soaked femes to
ihr U uwnv and loosen the
burnt p-tlnl to rep'aee. 11
i) e :ini'iunI of d'-di t'enuireiI
i,-11'oc. nn (?ui'sa work Ulioul it.
> lire; no . *£$?'*. '
1 .'V and wnifoo work n spcriuUy.
North side Boulevard
Ml work fonranteeii
CASHION 0. 1.
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Woodworth, M. F. & Woodworth, D. G. Cashion Advance. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 1907, newspaper, February 14, 1907; Cashion, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc102932/m1/5/: accessed March 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.