The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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U. S. Goveriiiueiit Honor
Another young man took the
Civil Service examination Feb.
20, 1915, and passed. He ap
pointed stenographer for the In
dian Agency, by the Civil Ser
vi:e Commission, and sent to
VY .lnebago, N^br. He was in his
giad'i 'ting class in the Vr'me
Bt si^jss College when he took
the Civil Service examination in
F11 '-uary. This boy is Paul Land
from Sapulpa, Okla. He is one
of the many receiving honors un
der the name of the Guthrie Bus-
mess College, Guthrie, Okla , ev
ery month in different lines.
We teach any bright young
man or woman with our thorough
methods within 3 to 5 months to
be a reporter or a bank bookkeep
er. All we ask is the undivided
attention and application of the
individual student High School
students and public ichool teach-
ers make a success easily at the
Guthrie Business College. "Thor
oughness" is the word here.
Course interested in
j his farm, where Tom Anthony lives.
1 He hasllots of stories to tell of the ter-
rible snow storms in Kansas, but the
snow is melting now.
Mr. Hamils spent Sunday at Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hane called at
| the Lawson home Tuesday.
Mrs. Dnrrett's mother, Mrs. Paris,
J of Coyle, fame out Saturday and went
I back to Guthrie Sunday evenirg.
Your Child's Cough Is a Call
Don't put off treating your child's
cough. It not only saps their strength
but often leads to more serious ail-
ments. Why risk? You don't have to
Dr. King's New Discovery is ju*t the
remedy your child needs. It is ma se
with soothing, healing and antiseptic
balsams. Will quickly check the cold
and soothe your child's c ugh away.
No odds how bad the cough or h >w
long standing, Dr King's New Discov-
ery will stop it. It's guaranteed. Just
get a bottle from your druggist and
Call for Town Election
Voting place for Town Election
will be at the S. S. Cole office,
Lot 19, Block 11, in the town of
Cashion, Okla , polls to open at
7 a, m.. on the first Tuesday in
| April, 1915. to elect the follow-
! ing town officers:
Ward 1—John Stitzel,
Ward 2—G. C. Marriott,
Ward 3—G. M. Watts,
— A. B. Wight,
j That the same shall be publish-
ed in The Independent two con-
Attest:—S. B. Stewart, Inspector,
Thus. E. Cash man,
D. F. Knight, Clerk,
Town Election Board.
We organized Christian Endeavor
Sunday night; elected Miss Calla Craig
president; Miss Berness Lawson, vice-
president; Mrs. Jelsma, secretary;
Chauncy Anderson, treasurer; Misa
Hallie Charvoz, organist, and Miss
Alice Datin, assistant; Mrs. Halsted,
Mrs. Jelsma and Leslie Anderson, com-
mittee of programs. We think with
the help of all the rest this work will
mo've along smoothly. Harmony never
guesses or boasts, but just works on.
Mr. Hamil has sold his farm and will
move to Guthrie this week, but will
not s>top till they gtt back to Nebraska,
1 expect. We sure don't like to see
them move away.
The weather man sure treated us to
aome fine snow Monday for a change.
The Auxiliary met Friday afternoon
at Mrc. Lawsons. Only 15 were pres-
ent on account of the weather There
were five new members. The next
meeting is to be with Mrs. Ray Austin.
Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. Pearson se vtd
cake and marshmallow salad in pink
and white, and coffee. The ladies plan-
ned for the topics of discussion for
next meeting and also for the display
at the fair this fall. We are hoping
for big things from this division of ttae
Auxilliary. We will be thankful for
ail the help we can get.
About 40 young and old ptopl^ wa k-
ed in on Mr Hamils Monday evening.
They were certainly surprised. Until
gave us plenty of music, which we en-
joyed very much. Everyone setmed
to have a fine time. They served sand-
wiches, pickles, cake and coffee.
Mr. Herren, of Abilene, came to
Guthrie Thursday and has been out to
Senator Htfgan cam t some fro n Ok-
lahoma City the first of the week.
Mrs. Graves came up frorn Oklaho-
ma City to visit her parents.
Mr. an 1 Mrs. S S. Cole celebrated
their 47th wedding anniversary Wed-
I am handling a full line of
Farm Implements, Woven Fence
Wire, from 26 to 58 inch, and
furnish tools to-put it up.
Call on G. T. STONE.
A card from Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ray
says: "Please send paper to our home.
San Diego is a ive town. Tourists all
over here enjoving the exposition and
climate. Tod- y (March 20) we cele-
brated our furtu-t 1 wedding annivers-
ary in Old Mexic , Coronado, and Ex-
position in a fe w days we leave for San
Francisco, ami iiorne."
W. D. Conyer, o1 Higgins, Texas,
is here visiting relatives.
For Sale —Several hundred
bushels of o. *.s and threshed kaf
ir corn; 8 mi northeast of Cash-
ion. Phone 152 M line, Guthrie.
47 4t. R4 Guthrie, Okla.
Rev. J. Crow, Robt, Hammond, and
Miss Kate bwango, Verna Bide1,
HnZtd Jones and Miss McCall spent
Sunday afternoon at the H. L. Waga-
All those owing me will please come
in and settle at first convenience.
G. T. Stone.
Is the first thmg to be considered when buying build-
ing- material. We are in position to furnish you
this or we have the largest stock of bright, new
Lumber that the yard has ever nad. We invite ev-
eryone to come to our yard and "be showed."
ArKansas Lumber Co.
Phone No. 50. J. Arthur Short, Mgr.
You can get your
Spring and Summer Hats
without going to the City
We have a very nice line of Ladies' and Child
ren's Hats at very reasonable prices. If you wis'
your old hat re-modeled, Mrs. White can do th
work. Come in and look them over. We are sur
we can please you.
Cashion Garage & Repair Co.,
Auto Supplies and Repairs; also Pumps and
Windmills. Tin Shop in Connection.
A SeriouH Error
Letter received by a Georgia game
"Dear ser: I don't want this sorter
^lieents. I thot i was gittin a Maridge
licents, sumbudy sant me to mr. Blank
an sed he would give me a licsnts.
mandy was so mad when i got buck
with this hunt#n licents she would not
have Me. she sed i didn't have sents
anuff io git marridge licents o she ups
an runs off with bill johnson, an i am
in a heluvafix. i wants my muiiy back
utiles this here licents will let me ishute
bill j >hnson. yores Most trooUy,
Gasoline and the Best
Dry Batteries Always
Cecil Frymire and Claude Allen went
to Kingfisher Tuesday.
Gladys Wilson spent Sunday at Her-
W. A. Clift has purchased a new
A good many from Silver Ridge dis-
trict attended the track meet at Reed-
McCord Wilson and wife and daugh-
ter, May, went to Hennessey Friday
to visit relativea, returning Sunday.
K. C. Harman went to Guthrie Mon-
Miss Kordis visited Tuesday after-
noon with Mrs. John Hasley.
The Ruhi school and District 88 clo: -
ed last Thursday.
Henry Sowards and wife and daugh-
ter, Hazel, who have been visiting in
Oklahoma City, returned Sunday.
Cecil Frymire and Frank Eakins
went to Kingfisher Monday.
Geo. Eschwig and Harry Blair ship-
ped some cattl* to Oklahoma City last
Joe Harman, rccompanied by Earl
Winans, went to Wichita last week to
bring home the Ford car Joe purchased
while attending the Thresheamens'
Joe Ilerrington visited two days of
last week with David Webb and fam-
ily in Guthrie.
For Logal Work, see 8 S Col*.
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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/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.