The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 4, 1915 Page: 4 of 5
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Established May 14, 1903.
if not an actual contempt, for all
W. 1<\ HAH.NA lill
Editor and Proprietor.
Subscription ?1 a year fn advance
50 cents ^for 6 mo.
30 cents for 3 mo.
•ntered as second-class mail matter
at the poatoffice at Cashion, Okla.,
for transmission through the mails,
under the Act of Congress March
'The bee tha: gets the honey,
Don't hang around the hive."
Published Every Thursday.
Cashion, Okla., Mar. 4, 1915
"Hu h little Ford, don't you cr)';
You'll be a jitney, bye and bye."
Billings News is authority for
the statement that some local
men have received 'dividends on
stock owned in an oil company.
It isu t the farmer who is get7
ting the benefit of the high price
of wheat now. While a small per
cent of the wheat is still in the
hands of the farmers, the percent
is small indeed, and the most of
the wheat has passed to dealers
President G-ault, of
f-Iioard of Agriculture, has issued 'though both EnS,and and Ger-
a sweeping quarantine order ex j many are doing their best to en
eluding the shipment-into ijtfla ^a^,he United States? in? their
homa of any cattle, sheep or oth bi& scraP- UPon Wilson's request
er ruminants, or swine, except England desist in the use of
from the states of Texasand New j our ^iat nation replied that
Mexico. This order was if sued 1 she could see no harm in it and
on account of the prevalence of Iant^ practically stated that her
the foot and mouth disease and I merc^ant ships wouM continue to
to prevent the disease from being ' use *n au e^ort to Pre
carried into Oklahoma. Foot and ' vent 0aPtlire by the Germans'
mouth disease has been broujg^t ot^er band Ger'marfy states
to Cowley county, Kansas, sby
You people who are on the
move all the time probably do
not realize that you are bumping
up against so many kind and big
hearted fellows all the time—you
read so much in the daily papers
of the weaker side of life. There's
iots of the good and the true in
This old world that is not on dis
play all the time.
The automobile is solving the
"moving to town from the farm"
problem. The man on the farm
with an auto can get to and from
town so easily and quickly that
there is not much inducement for
him to move to town—in fact, he
can get about all the advantages
of town without its disadvantages.
The following paragraph fruin
the National Geographic Maga
zine will give our readers some
i idea of the wealth of the Czar of
Russia, as, set forth by his secre
tary:" "Your Majesty need have
no (ear of ever coming to suffer
the stings of poverty. Financial i
ly you are solvency itself. With
one hand you could buy out the
American multimillionaires, Mor- ,
gan and Rockefeller, and still
have sufficient to talk business >
with Karon Rothschild." His I
total income ranges above
million dollars a year.
To Om* Customers:
We are still retailing El Reno's liest and
Hum Reno Flour at wholesale prices.
See us and ask our prices before buying
r 1 .
your flour elsewhere.
Best McAlester Coal $7.00
Dawtton Nut Coal $0.50
Henryetta Coal 6.25
El Reno Mill &. Elsv. Co.,
E. C. Wegener, Manager. Cashion, Okla.
To a calm observer it looks as | to a terrible international war.
that she will sink any ships car-
dairy cattle "shipped from Wis piovisjons to lugland
consin — Alva Pioneer. j Botb nations want tlie other side
I to be the first to sink an Ameri
„ , , „ jean vessel. In the event that
01 Ointments for
Catarrh that Contain
as mercury will surely destroy the
•enBe of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering the
mucous surfaces. Such articles should 1 • i ti 1 -> , ,
nfver be used except on prescriptions indemnity would be demanded
! such a thing doer happen it is to
be hoped that the American peo-
ple will take a dispassionate view
of the matter and not force the
President into a war. A heavy
from refutable physicians, as the dam-
age they will do is ten-fold to the good
you can possibly derive from them
and collected, and while it is true
that we do not want the flag in
Hail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by I suited nor our rights trampled up
F. J. CheneyCo., Toledo,, O , con-
on, yet we cannot retain our dig
nity and rights without resorting
Editor of the Newkirk News
Journal is inclinecLto believe that
as an abstract proposition Uncle
Sam has a light to • call boats
wherever the gentleman with the
plug hat desires; but when he en
ters the place where there is a
rough house going on he lacks a
sense of discretion.
The popular idea of regulating
and controlling everything by j
tains no mercury, an'd is taken int *rn-
a ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Id
B Catarrh Cure be sure | ,,ilMl j„ rhe impendent. March 4,
you get the genuine. It is taken in-
fernally and ma-ie in Toledo, Ohio, by
F. J. Chancy & Co. Testimonials free i NOtlCC tO Creditors
Sold by Druggists. Pries 75c per i
bottle. | ,
Take Hail's Family Pills for consti-; V™ mart£r °J °f Abrnl"un
pation adv ' ebb, late ot the town of Cashion, County ol
Kingfisher, State of Oklahoma, deceased
j -411 persons havinjs claims e.gaiast Abra-
A young farmer -'boy recently 'hMtn Webbi <lL*ceMWt,«Hr® required to present
... |J,,. , u i i | the same with the necessary vouchers to the
wet to HUichinson to attend bus-
ness college. His father gave him
$250 and told him to be carerul
and to go easy with the money.
The young sprout is now sport-
ing an automobile,diamond rings,
tailor made suits, etc , and had
several thousand dollars to his
credit, to boot. Bow did he do
it? By buying wheat on the
board of trade. Had the young
man won that amount ih a. poker
game or on the ponies he would
have been scorned uponasagam
bier, but since he "bought" wheat
and the price went up, and he is
considered a clever business man
— County Liner.
Are You Rheumatic
If you want quick and real relief
from rheumatism, do what so many
thousand other people are doing—when
evt-r an atta'k comes on, baihe the
pore muscle or joint with Sloan's Lini-
ment . No need to rub it in—just ap-
ply the I niment to the surface. It is
wonderfully penetrating. It goes right
to 'he seat of trouble and draws the
p-iin almost immediately. Gat a bottle
-f Sloan's Liniment for 25c of any
druggist and have it in the house-a-
gainst colds, fore and swollen joints,
lumbsgo, sciatica and like bilments.
Your money back if not satisfied, but
it does give almost ins: ant relief.—adv
The average yield an acre of
wheat in the United States dur-
ing the five years 1909-13 was
14 7 bushels, which was 3 6 an
acre above the average reported
for 1S66 70. This apparent* in-
crease in average yield, applied
to the acreage of wheat in. 1914.
equals 192,000,000 bushels.
For Legal Work, see fl. S. Col
undersigned K.vc'cutoi-at Cushion, Okla.. or •
P. h. Boynton, his attorney 111 Kingfisher, in
the County of Kingfisher and State of Okla-
homa, wlthiu four months of the date hereof,
or the same Will be forever barred.
Dated Cashion, Okla.. March I, 1015.
S. W 1IOO A V,
(First Published 111 Cashion independent, Feb,
statute is becoming so much of. a Ah! The Invigorating Whiff : AprH, Kfi.Vr
fad with the law makers that it is of the Pine Forest' [true and jiifcg
How it p]er.rs ttau throat and h<¥*d*of j In witless whereof 1 have he
its mucous ailments. i^ this spirit! hand and real at. Kingfisher, Ok
of newnes jand vigor from the health- JMrd day of February, 1915.
making sinners of us all.
not a sin of commission.
If it is
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
TO CHARLES W. DERRICK:
You are hereby notified that Fern B. Der-
rick, as plaintiff, has commenced a nuit against
you, Charles W. Derrick, as defendant, by fil-
ing her petition for a divorce from you ill Dis-
trict Court of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma,
in which she charges you with extreme cruel-
ty and gross neglect ot duty toward her, and
also asks for the 'restoration of her maiden
name; and that you inus t answer her petition
in said cause 011 or before the 10th day of
said petition wili be taken as
fdgm^ttt rendered against .yyu ac-
ss whereof 1 have heiejfnto set my
* Now in Effeft ,
Not Necessary to
Return Until May 1m
These Low Fares
Give an Opportunity
to Take That Long
Write and ask about them
mof omitting to enforce the by ! peal geokg, h. lawo,
laws. Laws not enforced have j ^r- Re"'s fine-Tar-Honey Antisep-! Court Clerk of Kingfisher Co., Okla
the effect of creatine a I V?.H,ml heal.ir«;,. B,,-v a bottle today.! bkadlbx* hiiadlbk.
.mg a disregard, All druggists, 25c.—adv.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Division Passenger Agent,
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKL
Station Agent, Cashion, Okfe.
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.