The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1913 Page: 3 of 4
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^ for all by
for all by Calumet,
l or daily use in millions of kitchens has
„roved that C alumet is highest not only 1
nuaUty but in leavening fiowerzs well-un
failing in results-pure to the extreme-and
wonderfully economical in use.
grocer. And try Calumet next bake day.
received highest awards
Rev. O. W. Rogers will preach
at the Congregational church,
Feb. 23, at 11 a. m. AH cor-
dially invited to attend. e ^ 1
preach at Lockridge in the even-
ing of the same clay. "Forget
not the assembling of yourselves
Methodist Minister Recom-
Rev. James A. Lewis, milaca,
' minn., writes: -Chamberlain'.,
1 Cough Remedy has been a wel-
1 come and needed guest in our
I home for a number of years 1
highly recommend it to my fc -
lows as being a medicine worthy
of trial in cases of colds, coughs
and croup." Give Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy a tiial and we are
confident you will find it very o -
fectual and continue to use it as
occasion requires for years to
come, as many others have done.
For sale by All Dealers.-adv.
Workmen have been busy the
past three weeks putting in a
crood steel bridge across the Cot-
tonwood south of George Beck s
farm. The material for the frme
work arrived last week. This
bridge is being put in by the kan-
sas City Structural Steel Co.
Blamed A Cood Worker
"I blamed my heart for severe
distress in my left side for two
years," writes W. Evans, Dan-
ville, Va., "but 1 Know now it
was indigestion, as Dr. King s
New Life Pills completely cured
me " Best for stomach, liver and
Kidney troubles, constipation,
headache or debility. 25c at All
i Marriott's Confectionery
Hot and Cold Sodas
Hot Chili and Confections
The drink you like, served as you like it.
White Diarrhoea Can be
Prevented and Cured
FT KM "YKAMH OF
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IMKNTM WR HAVK
6 packages. si.00.
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You don't save money when you buy
cheap or big-can bak™gPowdtt\ Don 1
be misled. Buy Calumet. It's more
economical — more wholesome - gwe*
best results. Calumet is fat superior to
sour milk ur,d soda.
Pneumonia and Pleurisy
Evert Anderson, of.Eddy, was
here this week assisting his father ,
in the public sale held Tuesday.
Are you going to buy a Lister.'
See Borklund—he has them and
will sell them right.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis, of
Guthrie, visited friends here over
I Saturday and Sunday.
Everybody's Doing It! Doing
What? Reading the Saturday
Evening Post. See Leland Eaton.
John Anderson shipped his im-
, plements and household goods to
Kansas this week.
"Titanic" Drawing Tablets at
the Drug Store. Big for the price,
Miss Flo Wood-worth, of King-
fisher, spent the first of the week
here with relatives.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Collett, Thursday, February 13.
Klingman Bros., have just re-
ceived a car load of salt. Barrels
100 lbs. 5° and 25 lb" sackS- a
D. F. Knight and O. L. Meln-.
tire made a trip to Cushing last
See me about your paint be-
fore you buy elsewhere.
Henry Borklund was an Okla-
homa City visitor last week.
G T Stone will pay the high
est market price for corn.-adv
Rock Island Lines
Train No. 41
El Reno, OKla.,
at 6:47 a. m.
Most Comfortable Trip
No Change of Cars
Dining Car Service
Division Passenger Agent
Oklahoma City, Okla.
J. B. PLUM
Ticket Agent Rock Island Lines
Mrs. B. Stewart visited rcla
tives at Stroud last week.
See G. T. Stone for coal oil at
14 and 15c per gallon.—adv.
To suffer from Skin Diseases
1 Itch, Eczema, Ringworm, etc .J
when one 50c box of "Hunt's
Cure" is positively guaranteed to
cure or your money promptly re-
funded. Every retail druggist
, > . in the state stands behind this
Subscribe for The
Independent j^arantee Ask youf druggist
and see the guarantee with each
box. You don't risk anything in
1 giving it a trial, adv.
For over thirty years Hunt s
Lightning Oil has been acknowl-
edged to be a very quick relief
when rubbed well on the chest.
Many hundred letters testify to
the benefit it has given others.
Why not try it? All druggists,
25c and 50c bottles.—adv.
If you need a Cream Separator
see Borklund. He handles the
Jim Black, of Enid, an uncle of
Miss Blanche Pettit, was here the
first of the week.
Better Tliaft Spank i ng
Spanking WU not cure children I
of wetting the bed, because it is
not a habit but a dangerous dis-
ease. The C. H. Rowan Drug
Co, Dept. B725, Chicago, 111.,
have discovered a striaiy harm-
less remedy for this distressing
disease and to make known its
merits they will send a s°c pack-
age securely wrapped and prepai
Absolutely Free to any reader of
The Independent. This remec y
also cures frequent desire to urin-
ate and inability to control urine
during the night or day in old or
young. The C. H. Rowan Drug
Co., is an Old Reliable House;
write to them today for the free
medicine. Cure the afflifted mem-
bers of your family, then tell
your neighbors and friends about
For insurance, call on S.
There is nothing that gives so
quick benefit as Hunt's Light-
ning Oil. The very minute it is
rubbed on the improvement is
noticed. For over thirty years
this liniment has been acknowl-
edged to be the best for these
troubles. Every druggist will
recommend it. Price 25c and 50c
FOR RENT - good 4-room
house, reasonable; see W. A Clift.
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.