The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 1 of 6
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"KEEPING EVERLASTINGLY AT IT IS BOUND TO BRING SUCCESS.
CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, March 8 1917.
NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST.
M. H Nicholas reports th it the
road working northeast of town
is progressing nicely. At the
present time the entire road be-
tween Cashion and Guthrie, with
the exception of three miles, is
graded and work on the unfinish-
ed road is under way. Mr Nicho-
las says that most of the work
has been donated and that enough
donation work o complete the
work has been promised. This
shows the progressive spirit of
that neighborhood and which is a
fine example for some other vi
cinities to imitate.
Hogs Reach Highest Point
Weste/n Union Telegram
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Mar. 5 1917
S. W. Hogan, Cashion Okla
Market thirty higher probable top
Another telegram at 11535 a m.
March 7th read; "top fourteen
Ed SmithTeft Monday for King
fisher Oklahoma where he has
accepted a position as cashier of
the First National Bank Ed has
been assistant cashier at the First
National Bank here for the past
year and has made good. We are
glad to see Ed get this promotion
and we believe that he will more
than make good in bis new posi-
tion and that this is only the be
ginning of the promotions that
will be tendered him
Will sell at public auction at
the Thomas B Weaver, deceased
farm N. W. 29, 16, 4 two miles
and a north and a mile east of
Cashion, Friday March 16, 1917,
beginning promptly at 1 o'clock
the following described personal
property. One large roan cow,
one yearling red bull, four or five
tons of good prairie hay in bale,
household goods and other articles
W M Stoaer, Administrator.
Miss Jessie Simmons left Satur-
day for Cleveland Oklahoma
where she expets to make her
Claude Gordon was in cashion
the latter part of last week visit
ing his parents and other relatives
Tuesday afternoon we took a
little vacation and made a trip
with Mr. S. W. Hogan out to his
farms to see his herd of Guernsey
cattle which he recently shipped
in from Waukasha Minnesota.
There are seven head of them and
are quite a showy herd. The
introduction of these cattle into
this neighborhood is anothei mile
post reached in the improvement
of this country. We also visiteu
another of his farms where he has
117 head of sheep. In this bunch
of sheep are several pure bred
Shropshires, also all the blue and
red ribbon winners at the Okla-
homa State Fair 1916.
Mr. and Mrs. H Hart left Sun.
day for Indianapolis Ind., where
Mrs. Hart will undergo an opera
A number of Cashion people]
attended church at Silver Ridge
Mrs. I. Stone made a trip to
Guthrie Monday, returning Tues-
Lost—a pocket book containing
some money. Finder please leave
at Farmers State Bank.
G. B Sandefur had a force of
men working on the road west of
his home the latter part of last
week. There were five teams and
nine men at work and they were
putting the road in fine shape and
were making a big showing.
S. w. Hogan Grain Company
received a car of northern yellow
corn and a car of Oklahoma mixed
Ask for Borklund at the Inter-
national Harvester Company's
building at Oklahoma City Thurs
£ay, Friday and Saturday rthis
week. You are welcome to attend
Messers Saudefur and Marley
of the Sandefur Furniture Com
pany of Kingfisher were Cashion
visitors Monday of this week.
Ralph Owens left Tuesday fcr
Cogar Okla., where he has rented
a farm and experts to make their
Mrs. *j. W. Bryant was a King-
fisher visitor over Sunday.
Remember you can get your
plumbing and tinning done at
Cole & Taylor's Phone 23. advtf.
First National Bank
Warrants and Bonds 26,164.32
Real Estate 16,575.00
Redemption Fund 1,250.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 68,790.79
Stock1 in Federal Reserve Bank 1,950.00
Capital $ 50,000.00
Surplus and Profits 21,163.1-3
Bonds Borrowed 500.00
Bills Payable 60,000.00
At close of business January 31, 1917.
WHY XOT CHOOSE
ABSOLUTE SAFETY ■
Why not make those savings you have laid aside
for a rainy day absolutely safe? They will be if
you deposit your money in this bank, because we
are working under the State Guarantee Law. Why
take any chance at all?
You don't need to if you bank with us.
Farmers State BanK
4% Interest on Time and Saving Accounts.
A. €. HOUSTON IAMB EH CO.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917, newspaper, March 8, 1917; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107335/m1/1/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.