The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1918 Page: 1 of 8
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CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1918
PIONEER COUPLE CELE-
BRATE GOLDEN WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon
celebrated their fiftieth wedding
anniversary at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. C. B. Allen, three
miles northeast of Cashion last
Sunday. Mr. Gordon ordered
all the good eatables he could
think of and sent out word, broad-
cast to everyone to come and eat
dinner at his expense and enjoy
the day. Dinning his long tailed
wedding coat, Mr. Gordon was a
c mspicuous figure in the assem-
blage, and as host, reinacted a
custom of pioneer days, when
the whole neighborhood would
gather at some hospitable home
and partook of a genuine ban-
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon came to
this country in the opening and
homesteaded the farm at which
the celebration was held and
made that their home until about
three years ago they bought res-
idence property in Cashion where
theey have since made their
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are typ-
ical pioneer people, the kind of
people that made Oklahoma one
of the best states in the union,
and have friends far and near as
was evidenced by the attendance
at their anniversary celebration.
Relatives and friends from Iowa
Kansas and other states and re-
latives and friends from different
parts of Oklahoma, besides the
nearby neighbors surrounded
that board of plenty in the old
farm home. And before leaving
wished Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
many more moons of happiness
before that going down of life's
sun and earth's work is done.
Last Saturday night while re-
turning home from Cashion, G.
H. Davisson run into S. A.
Moore's buggy with his Ford,
throwing Mr. Moore out of the
baggy. Mr. Davissons lights had
been tampered with while his
car was standing on the streets
and he was trying to run home
without them. Mr. Moore was
somewhat bruised but was not
More Than Double The Amount
of the Third Liberty Loan
But It's "Over the Top"
Cashion has officially received
her quota in the Fourth Liberty
Bond sales and it is $10,083.64.
An estimate of the quota was
given in our last issue but was
underestimated. A meeting was
held the first of this week to dis-
tribute the quota to each indiv-
idual. A list of the assignments
of amounts assigned to each in-
dividual can be ascertained by
seeing S. W. Hogan or Melville
Caster. As soon as supplies are
received those who desire may
go to either of the banks and sub-
scribe their quota before the
committee calls on them. Every
individual now knows that their
financial responsibility to the
government has been fixed and
they can materially assist by
calling at one of the banks and
signing up for their qtota. On
the day of the drive a committee
of both men and women will as-
sist with the work.
The followfor men assisted in j
arranging the quotas for each!
individual: S. W. Hogan, Mel-;
ville Carter, Horace G. Smith,!
C. R. Klingman, H. P. Anderson j
Dr. G. P. Davidson, Roy Wheel-!
barger, W. A. Gift, Dr. Pollock, |
J. B. Plum, A. J. Garnett, Johni
Stadler, E. P. Johnson, I. Stone!
and C. E. Price
H. P. Anderson received a tele-
gram Wednesday stating the sad
news of the death of his brother,
Vernie E., who was stationed at
a training camp in New Jersey.
His death was caused by pneu-
monia. The body will be sent to
Boonville, Ark., the present
home of the family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Butcher, of
Lamar, Mo., were here the first
of the week visiting friends and
relatives. They ieft Tuesday
morning, accompanied by Mrs.
John Watts, of Navina, to visit
relatives in Dewey county.
We wish to call your attention
to the display advertisements in
this issue, and especially to the
Liberty Bonds advertisements
which are being paid for by two
of Cashion's patriotic firms. It
is to your interest to trade with
a firm that advertises.
Potatoes $1.85 per bu. Cab-
bage $2.75 per 100 lbs., if taken
off car. Car in soon.
Insurance Without Cost
After the currency panic of 1907, with all
the losses it entailed, what would you have
been willing to pay for insurance against
another such disastrous experience?
Today, through our membership in the Fed-
eral Reserve Banking System, we are able
to offer it to you without any cost what-
g FEDERAL RESERVE J
You can secure this in-
surance and protection
by becoming one of our
First National Bank
No Financial Worries
What is more delightfully
inspiring than the laughter
of care free children? No
financial worries are on their
minds. Inculcate in the
child the desire to save. If
you have chidren, open an
account for them with us.
We want your patronage and
can help you save.
Farmers State BanK
September 16, 1918
Coal will be cash on delivery.
A. €. HOUSTON LITMRKH CO.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1918, newspaper, October 3, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107417/m1/1/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.