The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919 Page: 3 of 6
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A . J, (r .1 I'll* I i
Editor ami I'ropvU'lor
Telephone No. :.l
$1.00 The Year In Am . ance
Published Ever\ Thursdaj
Enlacd aL the Cashion, Ok'..ho
ma Post Cfflcc as ^crond i la
mail matter for transmission.
I i i i>i'itv: and | 'Woo ilosi's io yiv < only lo I j |
I pat'.. n. n .>. m m
I knov !e<! •
uvr this I who are absolutely unable to pay
! tor it. Physicians who wish to
c>i! !:■• occasion 'feat members of poot families in
• r of Ellx rt I which one has become a victim,
of influenza shouhl make |► i
i M'sutenr, — - ,
• !i Ki!e\ tVr the : nation, if the family is absolutely
1 in i|isir<>- and unablo to pa\ .
n .iau\T and the j
,i(i and 1 he pl.u e |
oldi;'. v hich \\ .
Mated <. hi i^tmil
l 'oi Life Insurance j^t Cali-
fornia State Lite.
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l't V<' 1 V<
. .ir,; Poultry
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> ii' p: o( 111eo
vk h-i §a? Fhtish
iv tuloi t :i k ill" < '<>.
Below we reproduce a letter
and news item under tin at:; of a . „ ( ?. Kur|lituri, Rufi,t
boycott, liad we failed to print j j^lmi nt„| Talking Muchinei Frfp
this news item we would evident-
ly be ut) agaiust a boycott by the
Kingfisher-eo tss.ehei . which,
v.*j imagine would ocii II I I
for U3. It has alw;e, b'vn the
policy of this publication to print
ail notice:; to teach' : -; sent '< u-
by the County Superintendent _
and other items of interest <■ in-
coming school and teachers, but
the following letter smacks of |
an ultimatum to the press. In ;,
looking over our mailing lis- w
fail to Had the name of a Kir..;- ,
ti) you, in town or country.
Will takn Liberty Itomls ul fu.y
:t 11 i- on talkiujf machines,
i . i: UARhrOUGU, R/i£i.
i i C'-i ••• -d 1.11' bu 1 !Kl* i
f}U«?ine - PllOfiC r.f J'hone
Mr. A. F. Jenkins, who has j
ha;'been visiting his daughter, j
Mrs. Hanv Ktnnaman, returned f
to his home in Arkansas la.®.I £
Mr. and Mrs. Jobn < "hit vvoo« I *
and Child re; i Sundayed v. ith.Mr J
and Mrc. Dade Hedge o'-I:. J;
Some of the farmers near here
-Am Hosing my
and find a num. j
ounts that are|
• be pleased 1
at tended the Frank Eakins sale <•
' iJii'icatintf Oih
last Tuesday. They repotted *
lively selling with good prices.
HOG AN OIL CO.
Mr. Wallace Withrov. spent
:.est c. -
Ellen and LHe
fisher-co teacher as a subscriber,!.. - - , ,
there Lore a boycott on subserip
tions would be nil. Again, in
looking over our advertiz ing re-
ords find that Kingfisher-'. o i > . . le
tMi lu' 1 'c ".ot advertiser', a- oandus I di v plow in good con- i
t .ve have come to <11 ion. Priced rigid. I a I o. Mr. John Siaemore and family '
the conclusion that a boycott by j have an "A-l" Piano to sell. have moved on the floss place
A Holder i ra'-tor and
Grace aro attending school in
Guthrie this winter.
■i.C. I\ .. 'dd wind up our little Am Img the farm and the |
ball of varn and send us over the abov • must sell
s.uid-dunes to the soup house.
Here's thi> i.otI er
12th of Oct. 1919
The Cashion Independent
Dear Sir: Kingfisher County
v.ants to have some news etc.
published in your paper. We
h. ve planned to boycott any
; ''ess that fails to publish the
The School New*
recently purchased by Mr. Bowr-
G. II. Davtaon. i18"'1' a"d Mr' Roy ''ow<lor hasi
rented the farm formerly occupi- j
HOPEFUL OUTLOOK ed by Mr. Siz«more. Yes, and
From State Board of Health Tvff. Jue ( hitwood tind family
Stra re;.ori male' me mere have moved on the Ray Austin
hopeful of the influenza outlook Ifariu. But despite all these
changes, we are all here except,
Iniwodav a year ago last Ray Austin and family who moy-
v.. t he i e '.vtre 21 deaths from ! to the farm near Guthrie, that
the disease in Oklahoma City, thev purchased a short time age.
At pr ;ent there are only a dozen j
cases and none expected to die. j
Dr. Sandtivjii of A ltus tells me
;.'iy.h. ■' i ''iliUe -'nlo Lunches
Hight:j. Prl.. i ..i-l lei Hides and Furs
Cv a & I ii. o 11 M e a i M arket
C'HAS. IJi '-.MS, PROPRIETOR
Your Olc! Cc sing's Rg-treadim
can Ii:1 repaired • > I hey will give you many
moro miles of servicf. With my new vulcaniz-
ing outfit I can <lo tlii. work for you.
Work guarar t < < L, I TUCKER. 1 iauh Building
"The Kingfisher County leach tli
ers met October 4 at Kingfishei
This was the most intere.--t.in.
meeting ever attended says those! larm. This seems to agree with
who were present. We did some-; ,ny hi/del' of months ago that the
thing. It is usually the eu tom J tlu would return in a lighter form
to sit the day through and listen j ^nc. time, we must lift
to some uninteresting talk. At no precaution. This wet weath-
this meeting we did not have to I er 0f the past week, with its
listen but we wanted to listen ill j tendency—to bring on colds and
niv- twenty ca?es in Why not Ciilifornifl ocats
a* d that none of J jfe for protection?
:.c - v« re n-. to give '
Good feed barley
Startler Grain Co.
Burchett's Welding Shop
I am pi'cpaicii to tin u!! I ind ol welding. I have a new
Oxy Acteyler.e . din r [dan and can
Weld Anything' You BreaK
L. H. BURCHETT
the lime. Each had something
j pneum. ■tiia, should make us es-
to do and say. Those attending, pec-ia]i%- watchful.
I have on hand hunting license,
blanks for 1919. The state lawj
requires that you have license i
the course m itr_.ized Such encouraging reports are ' j nt. Better be safe lhan
tore' given at Enid brought |oom5ng in from the U3e o( influ_ ^
home not only some know!>dg(
tn a vaccine that I have ordered
.. •, ; JJ: Ori-. l^._ j.-ii mS.StM&'A
.}. E. Calhoun,
Deputy Game Warden.
I)() YOU NR I)
1 li3ve 'em
Holland's Harness Shop
ti & I lei V
Fii;3t door _>outh or Cliffs Hardware
Brin^ as your Poultry, Eggs and Cream,
0^2j* prices are always TOP as w£ haul to the
consumers market by motor truck.
Store Phone 1 Residence Phone •.
Unilertakets and Embalmers
('alls an ..vcred day <>r v>i • hi,
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O-' itlNCFISHER. OKLA.
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\\ hat I )<> \'ou
(V) Willi Your
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^2K>l 6'JtWt riJBi-rtarild
^ Strictly Up-to-date
t Electric Lights
| Electric Fan
| Hot and Cold Hatha
* Lco'dobble, Prop.
If you have a few hours spaiv
l ime each day or week, you can
J | make excellent wages, by takin
iiitb .< riptions for us either among
v our townspeople or in the rural
WE PAY YOIT WELL!
For particulars write at once to
The Oklahoma News
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919, newspaper, October 16, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107479/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.