The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 31, 1918 Page: 2 of 6
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TI IK INDKPKNDENT.
Sow n exhibition tti ««r *t«r«k
The Successful Key
Will make you the proud possessor of this heautitul
and wonderful machine. We want to increase our
business, hence this remarkable offer—no in-
crease in prices on account of this offer.
Look Over The Specifications
A Double Spring Motor encased in a substantial cast iron frame, runs without friction, simple
in construction and positively reliable.
X Reproducer which is carefully made and enables the tone to be Kiven in a strong8. ^ar and
distinct manner, unusually sweet and natural, having no metal sound whatever on account
the Piano Wood Xone Chamber.
A Tone Modifier on the side of cabinet to soften the tone if desired-and a Speed Regulate,
witn which to adjust the speed of the motor.
A Universal Tone arm, which permits the playing of ALL disc records, as; Edison. lathe,
Victor, Columbia, Par-O-Ket, Emerson, etc.
A well built Cabinet in Solid Quartered Oak finish 48 inches high, -1 inches ( eep and
inches wide with ample space for records and albums.
With each and every purchase at this store amounting to Three ^lanwewiU
o-ive tne customer a Key. One of these Keys thus given awa> will be the
that will unlock the Lock of the beautiful $125 Music Master Mozart now on dis-
play at our store.
Date Set—Watch for the Announcement-
And see^f you'hotd the^ucc&^u?Keythat unlocks the Lock that makes
you the happy possessor of this Beautiful Music Master Mozart.
Key given with each $5.00 paid on account.
H. F, Anderson
Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries
He's a DAISY. Talk about
soldiers!—Just you watch him
when he's grown. Has he re-
ceived his questionaire yet. ot
course not! he just arrived this
morning, but I'll bet he can pass
Thus Dr. Davidson discussed
the arrival of the ten and one-
i half pound boy that the stork
I left at his home Wednesday
morning. Even tho the mercury
is .down near the zero mark and
roads are choppy and rough,
that Dodge roadster runs as i
never run before, it sails along
as smooth and gracefu.ly as a
swan on a mill pond, and Doctor,
why he just opens her wide when
1 making a call that he can hurry
back to keep the youngster
:: days is what it takes to
help win this war. Keep |
these days, and save *
today, is our motto.
tF YOU have any Horses. Mules, Cattle or
Hogs for sale. I am in the market for any
kind of stock you wish to sell.
C. B. Allen
S. B.'Stewart is moving into
the building formerly occupied
by the Independent office and
which was purchased by him
about a month ago.
$ Buy a n Iowa Cream 3
t Separator and save all }
$ the butter fat. '
* El« ui> Korkliim!. !
********* ***♦>*** *;
S. P. Farmer has purchased
, the Bennett residence property
on west Broadway and will move
there the first of the month.
J. H. RECTOR
Undertaking and Embalming
We offer One HunHr-'l I) ■' ar* Re-
ward for any ca^e < Vtarr> that car
not be cured by Hull's Catarrh Curt'.
Hall's Catarrh Curt^ has been tak-n
" >jy i-atarrh sufferers for the P'~t thin;.
S. M. Bocock, formeily Ot years, and ha.-', become known an
Lockridge was granted a divorce the roost reliable remedy for catarrh,
from Lucille Boeock by Judge C.urrh Cor. .ct. thiotli.blo«d
Geo. W. Clark at Oklahoma City - «= """B
on January 26.
Don't waste a single slice;
make toast, puddings, etc.. of all stale bread.
Put one loaf on the table and slice as needed.
Save Pound of Flour per week and our Allies v.:!
Mrs. Lula Turner, of Avery.
Okla.. and Miss Ethel Mathis. of
Saturday for a
with their sister, Mrs. W. F.
Poison from the Blood and healing the
After you have taken Hab's Catarrh
Curt for a short time you wli see a
gr, at improvement in y -ur penera!
Calif arrived i health Start takin* B W'# Catarrh
few days visit «<. «l ^ <•?
'• d f'-r testimonth s free
*11 Drusr ?i~ !=, 7"c.
CHENEY & /■>; Toledo, O.
Subscribe for the Oklahoma
News at the Independent office, ed at Johnson s C afe.
. Subscribe for the Wichita Boone Chastain is off dutythis
Daily Eagle at the Independent Vveek from the store on account
Good Home Made Chilli aerv- Qffice of a disabled arm.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 31, 1918, newspaper, January 31, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107382/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.