The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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"I had been given
up to die by three
of our best doctors,
I couU not stand it to be on iny
,e.t and 1 wm so 'welled .n«:hc
abdomen 1 could h*rdly breathe.
But thanks to Or. Miles Hear
Remedy and Nervine I am able to
be about the streets, a walking a l-
vertise.nent of the curat.ve qual-
ities of your remedies, although
am 70 years old."
John R. Cochran,
Better than any statement we
could make regarding the value of
Dr. MiW Heart Remedy
are these words of Mr. Cochran.
He speaks from experience, the
highest possible source of ^ov/\-
edge. If you have any of the
signs of a weak heart, such as
nam in the left shoulder or arm.
fainting and hungry spells, short-
ness of breath, smothering spells,
fluttering or palpitation of the heart,
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy
which for over twenty years h s
been recognited as the best prepa
ration of its kind to be had.
Sold under a fuarante. assuring the
MILES MEDICAL. CO.. BIKhart, !«*•
We carry a complete line
of Fresh and Salt
A good line of Smoked
Meats and Sausages. Fish
and Oysters in Season.
Cash paid for Hides. See
us for Pure, Home-rend-
ered Lard. Shop open
Sundays from 7 to 10
o'clock a. m.
Miss Viola Pearson is visiting
friends in Mulhall this week.
•'What was that we heard? the
tinkle of wedding bells, 1 do be
Kay Mitchell and Mabel Datin
| were dinner guests at HamilsSun-
Mr. Swart bought a span ot
grey horses of Shoenheir Bros.,
There was good attendance at
Sabbath School and Mr. GilletU
is "making good" as superintend-
Mrs. Vanclerpool and little Ag
nes walked over to Mrs. Lawsons
and spent last Tuesday afternoon.
We are sure glad to see her able
ti) go to her neighbors.
Mr. Hamils are going to have
some music. They bought their
daughter daughter, Urith, a pi-
ano and a $5° violin for Henry
They play well together.
Berness Lawson came out home
Saturday evening to attend Mrs.
Halstead's party, returning Sun-
day evening to Guthrie. Mr.
Lawson is serving on the jury
and went to Guthrie, also leaving
Mrs. Lawson at home alone tak-
ing care of the stock and lia\ ing
everything coming her way.
Mrs. Halstead's valentine party
was a success in every sense of
the word. The parlor and dining
room was prettily decorated with
white and red hearts. The even-
ing was spent with music and
games, which all enjoyed until
Urith Hamil passed the napkins
around, then they all looked wise.
Mrs. Hamil and Mrs. Lawson as
sisted Mrs. Halstead in serving
the lunch, which consisted of
heart-shaped sandwiches tied with
white baby ribbon holding a red
paper dart, dark cake iced with
pink with tiny white candy hearts
sunk in icing, cookies cut heart-
shaped and iced with white with
I red dart painted in center, ban-
I ana ank marshmallow salad, and
I pickle coffee. The lunch showed
; up fine and was delicious, also the
I waiters wore white paper heart-
\ shaped aprons trimmed in red.
Go to the
Houston Lumber Company
Lumber, Coal and Posts.
They always have the Best.
: lloi'M' anil •Isick
As the Season will soon be at ;
hand. When you are ready toi ;
your Bills, come in and let us ;
figure with you. We are equip :
ped to do this work on short no- ;
tiee Call and see us. :
Still In the Ring' for 1913 j
With three Registered Black Jacks for •
breeding purposes. •
Full Filler heads the list. •
These Jacks will make the Season of j
1913 at my barn one-half mile north ot .
Cashion Depot. I
G. L. Anderson j
Real Estate Transfers
By Wood worth Brown
.anv vware L was troubled, in
-For many vears I was troubled, iu
«oite ot a.ll so-called remedies I used.
\ t l 1 found quick, reliel aiidc «
&'K£eSSd, V borough and
Adolph Schmtjoolt. Buflalo, V Y.
25 CENTS PEW BOniE M ALLW^STV
Clean old papers at this office
tor sale at 5 c the package.
< .1^ see S. S. Cole.
Farms tor Sale. >>ce
in the earth are sometimes heard
before a terrible earthquake, that
warn of the coming peril. Na-
ture's warnings are kind. T hat
dull pain or ache in the bad
warns you the Kidneys need at-
tention if vou would escape those
dangerous maladies. Dropsy. Di-
abetes or Bright's Disease. Ta*e
Electric Bitters at once and see
backache fly and all your best
feelings return. "my son re-
ceived great benefit from their
their use for kidney and bladder
trouble," writes Peter Blondy,
South Rock.wood, mieb. "It u
certainly a great kidney medicine.
Try it. 50c cents at All Dru-
Ina Johnson to Robert Mingus.
w d nw 1-4. 51 9« $5°-00,
W A Reaves & wife to Sarah R
Wheeler, w d. lots 33 34 >5 Kfr
W A White & wife to W A Mit-
chell, w d, se 1 4 9 ,6 $5°°°-
J A Duncan & wife to Winnie
Drew & hus. w d. se 146 l7 5-
A E Haughey <S: wife to A M
Matheson. q c d, se 14 1? "9 5.
Nettie M Cummins & hus to < eo
M Gentry, w d. n i-j se 1 4 - l
Cornelius E Fraze to Eli Jenkins,
w d, 65 acres in sw 1-4 31 20
Edith B Forbis to Edward Forbis
w d. se 1-4 21 5 3M-00
Bradford B Barr & wife to Martin
F Sturgeon, w d, n 100 acres ne
14 35 *9 7. ^000.
Henry Corlett & wife to John \\
Corlett. w d. sw 1 4 2- l3 ()-
Harvey Utterback & wite toLhas
E Sockler. w d, lots to i 4 to 20
inc b 94 Kfr Cy. $iScc.
Harry C Fitch & wife to Mathew
Wood, w d. undivided 1-7 int
in ne 1 4 25 $'50-
Walton's add Kfr. $35-
Robt B Saunders to Fred L Towne
w d, 51 acres in se 1-4 ' 'i 7.
Ed L Fans & wife to I'hos B
Standard, w d, lots 20 21 22 b
8, Okarche, $1200.
Maud B Setford et al to Elmer E
McKeegan, q c d, lots 15 i*> 17
18 19 20, b 01, Kfr, 1.00.
Chas M McKeegan to Elmer E
McKeegan, q c d, lots 15 to 20.
i b 6c, Kfr Cy, 100.
Thos Cave & wife to W L Hamer
w d. lot 7. b 3, Hennessey 1200.
R F Gibson to John Schlaberg et
al, w d, ne 14 27 17 7. 100.00.
In Rector's Hall in Cashion,
SATC RI>AY EY EN ING
GOOD Ml SIC
lames Frvmire purchased the
-rev stallion and one of the jacks
at Anderson s sale Tuesday.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1913, newspaper, February 20, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107124/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.