The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 4, 1915 Page: 1 of 5

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CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1915
NO. 44,
Dewey Clinton Bugg and Mrs. Will Collins and baby,
The oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 spent Monday afternoon at the
Dee Bugg; of this city, passed Lawson h->me.
away last Thursday raorniny at 4: May Hirshi teaches the Har-:
o'clock>fter an illness of about a: mony schooj and has been havingl
week with an attack of nialaiia very interesting literaries every,
and typhoid fever. | two weeks They will have a!
The funeral services were held | kangaroo court. They will arrest \
at the M. E church on Thursday. Ed Lehman for stealing a Jersey 1
afternoon, Rev. Jewett officiating ! rooster from Charley Randolph, |
after which the remains were la.id | the next meeting
to rest in the Knowles' cemetery. u ., .
T , i I he Hamus spent Sunday ev-
Dewey Bugg was born Tan 7, 1 . ... 0
7 J " | ening at Miss Suarts
1900, and was an exemplary fine'
young man, studious, of excep j cat—-,. l, , >,
J ' ' 1 ! FOR SALt.—7 Hiuroufehbrcd ['art- I
tional good habits and a great j rid^e Wyandotte Cockerels. The fath j
help and comfort to his parents, i fu °r l'.'t -3 v Jliue !il
r 1 | the Guihrie Poultry Show, the score 1
He was one of the younger boys ! being 94. Phone ALBERT DIXON, j
who loved his home, his parents, ! (-,aahion i2 *•
and was a great help and comfort)
to them, always trying to help , RIDGE
and please them and assisted his t Rev. Sloan visited Sunday with
father in the shop j D. F Eakins.
The death of this fine young: Daisy Herrington spent Sun-
boy seems sorrowful indeed that j day with home folks.
one just in the bloom of child! }5 post came out from ■ King-
hood and such a comfort to his fisher Alonday to visit his sons>
parents must be taken away, but! ,
. , . . Anna Miller, who was visiting
the Almighty knows best anu', r
* . : home folks a few days, returned
while we cannot figure out why l - ,
,, , , . to Kingnsher Thursday.
these things should be the grim j
reaper comes and takes them j Ed Patterson and wife and
away Floyd Linch and wife and little
'The bereaved parents who did 800 visi,ed SaBity with H- «•
all in their power that care and [ ^0Wal(^s anc^ family.
medical aid could do for him, 1 Joe anc^ ^en Harman went to
have the tenderest sympathy of
the whole community in this
their sad hours.—Crescent News.
Wichita Thursday and returned j
home Sunday.
Rev. Sloan visited Silver Rulge
school Monday.
tiAKMOXY Clint Ward killed a very large !
Rev. Parker, of Guthrie, in Cu)°te the rirst of the week.
tended being with us Sunday' Harry Blair visited his brother;
morning and evening, but Satur- j near Piedmont Friday.
day was sure a get blanket and Joe Herrington returned home,
by Sunday we would have to dig! Tuesday after closing his school I
deep to find the bottom of the I term at Wandel.
roads, so he gave up coming till |
later. We were sorry about it i I am handling a full line of
for we don't have preaching very j Farm Implements, Woven Fence!
often now. Wire, from 26 to 58 inch, and
I furnish tools to put it up.
Will Ellis and faini y intend Call on G. T. STONE. 1
starting about one hundred miles'
west next Wednesday, it it don t ^ j have plenty of 6-inch stay woven j
rain before. They think they wire. G. T. STONE. I
will locate there. j
Mr. and Mrs Arthur ButtsandJ A new stock of Fresh Candies j
Mrs. Lawson were dinner guests jiust received at Marriotts.
at the Pearson home Sunday, and j
a very pleasant afternoon was Farms for sale. See S. S. Cole
spent.
Three of the Gillett children
Don't fail to look over the lines
. , , . 1 of tailor made Suits at Marriotts,
are sick, but not serious j
Call a and Idile Cimg spent u r. t. o *. \f * ±
s bresh Bread at Marriotts.
Sunday afternoon and took sup !
per at Hants j have on hand 32 and 46 inch
Grandma Pearson is feeling stay Lyon woven wir® fencing; algo
<iuite poorly, also S. Daniels. I , 26 and 48 f&ch mesh, of above wir®. |
hope they will soon recover. 1 See G- T- St©"®-—Adv.
think they need a little sunshine
, I RICHARDSON will seal all your
^ > 1 !s a children jrarm sto k at reasonable rate*
We invite you to consider the superior advantages
abtained by patronizing
A Farmers' Institution:
The First National Bank
of Cashion, Oklahoma.
' The Farmers' State Bank \
Of Cashion, Okla. I
We are not the people who put the "farm" in \
Farming However, i
We have a notion that we organised and are j
still operating the'-First'* Farmers Itank \
in Cashion.
We do not expect to change our methods for
your Harvest Money as we are at your service the
! \EAR AROUND, rniiaiiiiii*** sit our work t
until \ OS It linn k iii< needs sire supplied. \
We build on our efficient Banking Service and I
Safety. I
SERVICE and SAFETY is our invariable prin- \
ciple. J
If some important business slips your mind dur- \
^ ing your hard working day, phone us in the evening <
<; at No. 17, 20 or 37, it will receive immediate and i
* eheerfuL attention. \
On approved security we are al ways ready \
to loan money. * ;
DIRECTORS: |
w. A. CLIFT T. G. ABERCROMB1E J
P. T. BEUTLER }
MELVILLE CARTEtt AVERY B. WIGHT t
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 4, 1915, newspaper, March 4, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107230/m1/1/ocr/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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