The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1915 Page: 3 of 7
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I>r. W. VI Y ATT
Of Guthrie, will be at the old Dr. Raymond
office in Cashion, the last Monday in each
ri or)til and rtwnnins a wees. (let an appoint-
n>(nt early in the week.
U . M. STOKER
Writes Insurance for the
ST. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE
On Couutry Property. Stock, School Hous-
es and Churches, Automobiles and Kurd Cars.
Hnii insurance on Crojs a t* pucialty.
Cashion/"lione No. 51-H. Office with The
Independent Printing Office.
Col. A. T. Hiclmi'dsoii
1 wili cry sales for 1 per cent. Phone .ti. <'a-h-
lon. okia. Keferenoe: Any one 1 have crien
t Hale tor.
Col. I>. F. Fakius
Have bail experience. Satisfaction guaran-
tiee. For pale dut«*s pee Farmers State Bank,
or Phoue 152 H Line, ashion., Okia, at ni>
a n n t at a c t s
WOODWORTH & MOORE
Complete abstracts of title to all lands in Kine
205 1-2 (East Side) Norlh Main Street.
S. S. Cole
farm Loans, Heal Estate, and Insurance. In
sureif Farm and City property. Office E. Sidr
oft Main Street. Cashion, ©};ln.
O AS T O R I A
Mr apd Mrs. Butts visited Mr. Pear-'
sans Sunday afternoon and ate eupper
Mrs. Anthony and baby spent the
day Friday at tha Lawson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Humble, who live on
the o!d Breeden farm, are the parents
of a baby girl who arrived Sunday af-
Harmony ia planning a beau social
Saturday evening, May 1. Going to
serve baked beans, picklea, sandwichi-s
coffee. Everyone tuoit cordially invit-
ed to attend.
Friday evening Orih ird Center had
the closing program tor the year. Miss
Birdie Lehman sure had the children
well trained considering that they had
taken couuty examination and had less
time to devote to the entertainment.
Nine prizes were given to those who
had not missed a day during the term.
We offer Nne Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
oelieve htm perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
nble to carry out any obligations made
bv his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, testi-
monials sent free. Price 75c per bot-
tle. Sold bv all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Would Cashion like to learn how to
control the housefly, thus preventing
the many diseases due to its activities'
If you do, come to the theater Monday
M y 3rd, at 3:>0. A corps of lecturers
with moving picture films, etc., are
making a tour of the county, beginning
with Cashion, on that date. There will
be entertainment for all classes. We
are very fortunate in getting thtte
people here w ithout expense to us. Ad-
Fresh Bread at Marriotts.
Don't fail to look over the lines
of tailor made Suits at Marriotts.
FOR RENT—good house. Call at
Wanted —to lii-t a few farms
at their actual cash value. It
might be possible to sell or trade.
48 tf. A. B. WIGHT .
1 - 5 5
1 - 35
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 011 G. T. STONE.
Cashion Feed Store
The following are prices of my
seed and feed:
Corn chop, per hundred
Kafir " "
Standard Gray Shorts
Mill Run Bran
! Cane, Red Top
| African Millet
: Feterita, per hundred
i Alfalfa Seed (2 kinds) bu 6 & 7. 00
j Oat Straw, per bale . . 20
I Wood, per rank . . 2.00
The above prices are cash.
A. FIELDS, Prop.
A new stock of Fresh Candies
just received at Marriotts.
FOR SALE—Red Top Sourless Cane
Seed. See B. F. Woodworth. 45tf.
FOR SALE-100 bushels of Kafir
corn. See Geo. Eschwig. 49-tf.
W M. Jacksan and son, Louis, who
has been visiting the H. L. Wagaman
family, left Tuesday for Beloit, Kans.
Is the first thing to be considered when buying build-
ing material. We are in position to turnish you
this or we have the largest stock of bright, new
Lumber that the yard has ever had. We invite ev-
eryone to come to our yard and "be showed."
Arkansas Lumber Co.
Phone No. 50. J. Arthur Short, Mgr.
The Acrobatic Fly is guaranteed to
bring the house down. Come and laugh
as well as learn.
FOR SALE—Kafir corn with heads
on, hand cut and in stack will take
place of both hay and grain. Will sell
stack or by the load. B. W. Burchett.
R. C. Shiflet, county demonstrator,
was over from Kingfisher Tuesday.
Roy Wheelbarger is working at the
Arkansas Lumber company.
Farms for sade- See S. S. Cole
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 wish
your old hat re-modeled, Mrs. White can do the
work. Come in and look them over. We aie sure
we can please you.
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Cashion Garage &. Repair Co.,
— Dealers in-
Auto Supplies and Repairs; also Pumps and
Windmills. Tin Shop in Connection.
Gasoline and the Best WILFORD COLE,
Dry Batteries Always Manager.
To OilI* Customers:
Buy your Flour at Wholesale Prices right from our
El Reno's Best Flour, per cwt $3.70
Hum Reno " " " 3.80
Best McAlester Coal $7.00
El Reno Mill & Elev. Co.,
E. C. Wegener, Manager. Cashion, Okia.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1915, newspaper, April 29, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107238/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.