The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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CASHION. KINGFISHER COUNTY." OKLAHOMA; THURSDAY, MARCH ,5. . .j.
Of The Farmers' State Bank
Loans and Discounts
Bills of Exchange
Bank Building and Furniture
Cash and Sight Ex-
Capital Stock . . $10,01)0 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 823 87
Deposits 57,787 74
Total . 568,611 61
Th* above statement is correct.
A. B. WIGHT, Cashier.
house east of Mr. Burchett s
where the family will live.
Geo. Eschwig circulated a paper to
help Mr. Burchett along, and the way
the people of this community help any
one in our midst who i9 overtaken by
misfortune, is another good reason
why Cashion is a fine place to make
Mr. Burchett is a good man and a
hard worker, and is known by all, as
he is an old residenter here.
We are going to take the liberty to
ask those who owe Mr Burchett for
work that now is the time to pay a
part or all of the accounts, as it would
come in mighty hmdy to Mr. Burchett
at this time, as they lost all of their
clething in the fire.
Publisher's Report of the Condition of
The Farmers' State Bank
of Cashion, Okla , Mar. 4, 1915.
Loans and Discounts . $47,653 48
Overdrafts, secured and un-
secured . • • ^6 98
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc. 1,218 19
Banking House . . 2,300 00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,033 00
Other Real Estate owntd NONE
Due from Bunks . • 10,693 81
Checks and other Cash Items M 92
Exchanges for Clearing
House - 5,8 84
Bills of Exchange • - 1,851 69
Cash in Bank - - • 3,134 70
What Is Education?
At the Federated Church of Cashion
next Sunday, Mar. h 28, Rev. S W.
Sample will preach as follows: at 11
a. m., on "Resurrection," an EaBter
sermon; at 7:46 p. m , on "Education.
Sunday School at 10 a m.
All are cordially invited to attend
Total - $68,611 61
Capital Stock Paid In
Undivided Profits, less Ex-
penses and Taxes Paid
Individual Deposits Subject
Time Certificates of Deposit
Notes and Bilis Reuiscountei
State of Oklahoma, )
County of Kingfisher, \
1, A. B. WIGHT, Cashier of the
above-named Bunk, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief,
bo help me G"d.
A B. WIGHT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 13th day of March, lf!5.
S S COLE, N itary Public.
My commission expires, Jan. 22, 1918. I
MELVILLE CARTER, /
W A. CLIFT. r Directors
P. T. BEUTLER, )
The residence of L. H. Burchett, the
blacksmith, in the west part of town,
burned to the ground about 12 o clock
Thursday night of last week It thought
that the fire started from the explos-
ion of a kerosene lamp upstairs. Mis*
Lula and little Nula were sleeping up-
stairs when the heat and smoke awoke
them. Th y succeeded in getting < ut
of the house to safety. Mr. Burchett
htd tot yit retired. A strong wind wai
blowing from the i ort-1 and as the town
hai no waterworks not a thing couid
be done to save he house. The house-
hold goods were moved le the second
R. A., son of Mr and Mrs. Robert
Nelson, was born it Vineyard, Texas,
Dec. 24, 1911; departed this life at
Lockridge, Okla., March 20, 1915, age
3 years, 2 month", 24 days, his death
due to an accident in falling, but our
loiis is his gain—he is in that happy
Heavenly home where pain can never
enter. He wan a kind and obedient
child, and loved by mil who knew him.
He leaves to mourn their loss a kind
ard loving father, mother, and little
aister, and a host of relatives and
friends. Rev. Newell, of Cashion,
preached the funeral, which was from
Mark 10:14. Funeral services were
held at the home, after which the re-
mains were laid to rest in the Kansas
cemetery. The floral offerings were
beautiful. The entire community ex-
tends their sincere sympathy to the
bereaved father and mother in these
their many sad hi urs
Card of _
We wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for their kind assistance
through through the Bickness and death
of our Dear Son.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson.
The Federated Church will have their
Easter Services March 28. Miss Lynne
Lee Loe, of Kingfisher, will sing both
morning and evening, "Flee as a Bird,
by Lamb, "Hymns of the Old Church
Chair," by Solman.
Everybody come to these services.
John Johnson, the Ford man of Lock
ridge, stored 8 new Ford touring cars
ia the s ore room north of Marriott's
Confectionery, Saturday. They sra
beauties, and John is figuiing on sell-
ing his share this year.
To Trade for Cow—1 work msro,
12 years old, and 1 Iowa Cream Separ-
ator, nearly new, See McCord Wilson,
Cashion, Okla. 47-3t.
Farms for sarlr S. 8. G<rt®
We invite you to consider the superior advantages
abtained by patronizing
A Farmers' Institution:
The First National Bank
of Cashion, Oklahoma.
In this Age of
Deposit With a
Every time you deposit a dollar
with us you are advancing your
own business interests in this com-
i The Farmers' State BanK
Of Cashion, Okla.
Houston Lumber Company
ZETT CATT, Mgr.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915, newspaper, March 25, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107233/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.