The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 21, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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prescriptions to ns.
We are in business for Voui
Health; and if Pure, Fresh
Drugs, accurately compound-
ed, count for anything in its
restoration, \ on may depend J
npon us to do our hare.
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contain 12 exposures of East-
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unsurpassed simplicity in load-
ing and unloading your camera
in daylight, and changing film.
After the picture is taken,
draw one of the paj>er tabs
numbered consecutively from
1 to 12.
Let us show you how easy it
is to make pictures with the
Pre mo and the Film Pack.
J. ft. CRAWFORD
Kodaks and Supplies
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Store Phone 4 Residcnct Phor e ;'fi)
Undertakers and Embalmtrs
Calls answered day or night.
Col. A. T. Uielianlson
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone the
tndependfrit oJlice for terms and dutee
Public Sale Bills
| Plain Attractive, S?de Bil'j
on short notice ai this office
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The Ford Sedan is high-class in
appearance and appointments.
The seats are restful, and deeply
upholstered with cloth of high
quality. Large doors give convenient
entrance on either side; plate glass win-
dows make it a closed car for inclement
weather, and give fresh air when open.
With high quality in appearance and e-
quipment there is simple and safe con-
trol in driving. A woman's car—a fam-
car for every day in the year.
J. A. JOHNSON, Dealer
Cashion, Okla. Phone 57
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Something that b.ing.s back old and pleasant memories is always wel.
come. There is something about the old familiar songs, particularly, that
both the young and older people enjoy.
The Cumberland Singers in the first place are all good singers. Their
voices blend beautifully and each member is also a soloist of much ability.
Their program has been carefully chosen. The old familiar tunes pre-
dominate, yet a goodly number of the stirring, thrilling patriotic sons* ar
included. Their program ranges from selections from Faust, Maunder's
Olivet to Calvary," to the up-to-date musical comedies; from such old
favorites as "My Maryland," the "Auld Piatt Shawl,'' "Seeing Nellie Home "
and "Grandfather's Clock," to the modern patriotic numbers like "The Ameri-
cans Come" and the "Tri-Color." Afteriioon of the first day of Chautauqua,
| Strictly Up-to-date
+ Electric Lights
J Electric Clippers
Electi ic Fan
t Hot and Cold Baths
A lways I Op lJl i€€§ /fe/'r
Motor Truck Produce Co.
When You Want a Tractor
Buy a Ford son
Wi:y? Hec-tu e it hi; few ?r repair lulls than
any other engine on lh-> mirket can do more
and better work tlrxn hor -K'? never Kicks over
the triuv^s on ac.'>un! of dies, nor eats when it
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Cote Cuilcing, Cashion, Okla,
Chicago.—One thousand, two hun-
dred and eighty-two tubs of butter, val-
ued at ?50,000, was seized here on libel
warrants issued by the I'nited States
district attorney's office in the govern
ment's war on the high cost of living.
Chicago.—Radical down turns in
grain and provisions took place and
the breaks were largely ascribed to
seizures of food hoards and to other
developments in the war against high
cost of living. Corn fell 8l,4 cents a
bu'ibel to $1.83 September delivers,
flnd pork b^rr0! tirnn Piep-
Toledo, O.—Profiteering by the gov-
ernment in the sale ot millions of
pounds of army foods war- charged by
J. A t imer, president of the Nation-
al Retail Grocers' Association, at a
| meeting called by Mayor Cornell
i Schreiber to dis-cuss food prices. t'l-
i,]<-r charged that the government i:>
holding 3,000,00(1 pounds of prunes at
J.2 cents a pot.nd which it boiifht, lie
declaied lor fi\e and a linn ienti a
pound. lie •il'-o charred similai proi
! iieering in "anred pineapples.
Austin, Tex. An aggressive cam
paign against profiteering by false
weights and measures will be launch
j ed in Texas Sept. 1.
"Forty-five per cent of the weighing
and measuring de'ices in the ordinary
I channels of Texas commerce, give
| l'rom three to twelve per rent short
! weight and measure," said F. C. Wein-
jert, state commissioner of weights and
measures. This estimate he based on
investigations b> bb commission and
the federal government.
Washington.—Another advance on
the high cost o, living was made in
the senate when the audit and control
committee ordered a favorable report
on n resolution calling for a sweeping
investigation of cor,I production, con-
sumption and prices.
Chicago.—Act Ins. on warrants auth-
orizing seizure lor condemnation and
sale, Deputy 1'niicd plates Marshal
Henry Dick lodnj eized 83,300 pounds
i>l butter in Chicago cold storage
plants and refrigerator cars.
Sandefit r Fur niture
& Undertaking Co.
De'iver Furniture, Rugs, Line-
leum and Talking Machines Fkee
to you, in town or country.
Will take Liberty Bonds at face
value on talking machines.
E. E. DARROUGH, Mgr.
Business Phone Rei'dericc Phone
The Free Methodist Church
Sunday school at 10 a. m. each
Preaching l \t and 3rd Sundays
morning and evening.
f'l.i niei-ting Wednesday
evening each weel;,
Knnina Washburn, Supt.
1. W. Pickett, Class Leader!
J. H. Wright, Pastor i
What Do You
Do With Your
If you have a few hours spare
time each day or week, you can
make excellent wages, by taking
subscriptions for us either among
your townspeople or in the rural-
WE PAY YOU WELL!
For particulars write at once to
Th Oklahoma Newt
Commerce Open With Germany.
Philadelphia. The Araei lean steam-
•r Thalfa sailed for Hamburg with the
Irst cargo from Philadelphia consign-
d direct to a German port since the
trar. Most of the cargo of 0,000 tons
;onsisted of packages of food, cloth- 2;30 p ni
•ne and toilet articles.
AI 1 Ik* Met hod is! Church
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Preaching 2nd and 4th Sun j
days; morning at 11 o'clock,
evening at 7 ;30.
Adult Bible C!a.rs meets 2nd.
Friday each month.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
U'" v. A. B. Hemphill, Pastor:
• ' I 11e i hi uti.tn ( hm i h
Sunday . hool every Sunday '
morning at 10 o'clock.
Preaching every 1st and 3rd'
Sunday at II a. m. and 8:30 p.'
L. i. An this, lJaslor
am now making the fol-
Coal Oil, 5 gallon",
Gasolene f> "
Linseed Oil 1 gallon
Harvester Oil 1 "
Cylinder Oil 1 "
Auto Oil l "
Page and f.yon Fencing
wire at cord.
G. T, Stone
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 21, 1919, newspaper, August 21, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107471/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.