The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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Cashion Shea's Open
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it s funny how thing i happen. • wj |
'term of school
Every town hac-
. trict Xc
.^allc-d to thei,
•for the l?£.1-2£
.\nd pupil: of Di:
Cashion, will ot
They billet every in soun ',L JL
shady spot, moving only as the W. A < '..it lm •• u
sun crawls over the zenith. Superintendent Mi
. comes here ti om Okarche
• They k 'ep the sidewalk- Utter-
ed with cigarette stub;-, tobacco
juice and shavings,
But the peculiar part of the
thing is —
When it comes time to raise
the chautauqua tent not a one
of them can be found.
Vamped, hi-jacked and push-
ed from a moving unto by a
Is the story told police at Ok-
lahoma City by an ex-service
he taught last year. He is a
practical school man ,<iul under
his guitlanc there i no doubi
about tilt success of the coming
iMisj Maty ii. Donaldson. at
jpresent deputy count} superin-
tendent, under Mi's. Muxlov ol
Logan County, will assist in the
high school. She is a well quali-
fied teacher with several sue-.-: J
ful years teaching to her cred-
iiiilx Llltv L' ^ I Del I v i ct.h / ii'.C
has been secured i j ita. i the
seventh and eighth grades. AI > •
Dunbar comes to tin Cashion
that health pm
that health i. ;h
.cct- and hap
Inne tiit.1 ... sj|,
n. i-d ol the s
, good Ik alth'f \\ • '
suine I hat health :•.
dom from disease
This i- a niistal..
the possession oi ,i i
nine ^alm .
3 mereh live
♦rid defect -
i's. I've tore.
permit :i! Mu kogoe
i. w cil over .i lino per
■a-.e oVei I he same
Said he met her
in front of a
of strength and enemj. < liild
hood is the be.-t time t;i build up
' thi: i';■ : e, but . i.. otic car, add
i to their store o* eneigy ai ;1 •, i-
talitv the dall; obr- i.aace
| of the following rue . of hygiene
i. Ventilate year room for
virlr r .' and -.li ; 11
.. Breathe decpiy V. .. ic; i
health, insist on ha"
I. Rat Ioa I :. iut . lie a i i..ji j
! oughlj Duringuthe hot weatheripower
ior July s
iiioutli iaat year.
Value oi farms ill ii I of the , ,
intie di oklahoma, according!
to tiie federal
are a total ut
ooen v."iil be d
nOf O P°\7
r/j the In
st ruction of
.. Jii* h vYill giTiH'
US IS a
•i'll 0,'s. Then
I'll .>1 farm- in
-pov, \i stations
half of the
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inplste th -■ :on-
rno re stations;
.i t ui.i> horse i
school highly recommended. Shi eat sparing: of meat. Lit vour Oklnhoi..-.: --i.i ton go'./er utiu
milk, Iruit jsufi', red gnat Ids' this vear fi'i
An automobile ride enlivened |
by extract of corn followed
And then the hold-up and a
sad, hard luck story for the ears
of the police.
taught the past two years in the principal diet I. <*j
Navina school and gave perfect fresh vegatables. Don'! a-1ravages of the boll weevi , will
satisfaction. ( base your bod \ I'll ink the best tie inter led in machines being
ot yourseli j manufactured at Austin that will
5. K vacua I e Hi" bowel r. j k !l tiie ins'. t ; with electricity,
rr-quentl;. and thciMii h-jTIi- nu.i h generates an elec-
i lie current and e.inve\- it over
Verily the way of the vamp
enticing and expen-ive.
a gums iic L"
ith and | ground
hot -•ait i
Miss Ella Fields will have
charge of the fifth and sixth |
grades. People of Cashion and
vicinit\ need no introduction to '
Miss Fields. She has taught a '•
.number of successful terms neat .clean
j Cashion and patrons ^f schools j teeth
on t>_ n <■ r„ *ords of praise for her ability. ' vat'.:
The Press Congress oi tne. _ 1
World will be held at Honolulu ; -ul:; --hristins Tr ee i:;.: cc
Hawaii, October 11th to 25th engaged to look after the voun.
steir in the third and fourth fcrc
Of course it will kw big doings grades While r't.t . • '.i; -. Pn e-
twenty-three days and nights ii. fiit term a .i teacher it.
the ''Paradise of. the Pacific no doubt but that she will matte
I a record for herself as she has I ' > he ot ten <.rin
i had intensive training at Ed 1,1 good water between rueals>
| mond in this work. 10. Work, play, rest and sleep j
Miss Hazel Hud peth, of Prague moderation.
comes here this year to start the 11. Keep serene. flunk the ;
beginners in the work they have happj hopeful thot>
before them Miss Hudspeth
taught in the Prague schools last • '
ton -talks and to the
v'ash ti. :
And the cost is only $1059.50
for the entire round trip.
year anil members of the 1920 21 j
faculty of the Prague Schools i
speak words of praise regarding
her qualifications and ability as
We arc glr.'I Ic annouEcr this
I've got the 50c. so dear lead-l!inc.«P of instructor- for the :
ers if you would have me des
John Fields, i.lilorof the Ok-
lahoma Farmer, and \ .fe called
at the Walton home last Satur-
day afternoon, in the interests
of milking shorthorn* in Okia.
jfamilv, Misse Frances and Opal
| Brrr.hardt, of Prague \ isited
m I i. \\ ith IIeni . Bernhardt
at Omega Okia.
Ivli.i-es Christina Prici and
| Ella Fieid- returned home Mon-
day from a visit with Re\. Hemp-
! hill and family
j Laroy Filing visited Sunday
I with \\ illie Hopkins.
cribe this wonderful trip I will
be more than pleased to do so
If you will kindly raise the
little balance of $1059.00 for my
Cashion Schools thi:
and believe patrons v
disappointed in what
plished in this, term
He took o:nc pictures
Walton herd. The: c are
year ana other-herds in Oklahoma
ill not be j utili ty breed
i a. com-
Who i; Oklahoma'?
The First Annual Horseshoe!
Pitching Tournament v. ill be
held Tuesday, September 27th
in front of the grandstand ai the
Mr. Sam E. Ross and Miss
Stella Esta Moutray were mar-
ried at the home of the bride's
parents at Spencer, Okia., Wed- Oklahoma State Fail
nesday, August 17th. ! The Oklahoma
Mr. Ross has lived the past prizes of $2,a $15 and
year on his farm south of Cash-j will giv a -.live: bvii.j
ion and is a young man of stir- the champion.
ling worth. He has made many [ Fred Jay. sporting edit
friends by his pleasant manners i the Oklahoma News, will be ,p-
Ivlrs. Rossis a stranger to us erintendent of the tournament
She has lived in Oklahoma City i and receive inpuii ies. ^iid ciiti .es
several years, recently moving
The Independent joins their
A man in a certain town while
I on his way to borrow his neigh-]
i Lior's paper was struck by light-
ning and instantly killed. Let j
j a word to the wise sutfice— sub-;
scribe for the Independent and j
have a paper of your own.
Mews cs the fcSuiieliei
; ir.ursdav evening. Prayer scr-
S vice, Mi s Uoliie Stone leader.
Sunday School 10 a. ni Sau-
Iday. Preaching 11 a. m
Epworth League 7:15. Leader
Evangelistic Services 5.30
Doing pretty good
Crescent i.'i planning for a
s offers i free fair ou Sept. 5-9-10th The
$10 and i 'News''sa:'s it
to e;t three day
: in Crescent.
will be the great-
^ t ?.'rCU
W e had i:
for hot weather but let's see if
we cant reach that 100 mark
; next Sunda;. Our services wiii
• be hcid ir.tr- ; chautauqua tent
dext Sunday mofaing. Ewrv
body eomc these The little
folks "'ill rr.cet there soc. Sun-
day Schoci promptly :,t 10 -
September 12th t
vVook chruout ,v
Hi gin 'tici v,"( el
> We will si.
change ot oiogiutn each ni^lit as follows
.Vjondav Win IVn-t Husbands
Tuesday Heart of Youth.
Wednesday F'lanie of Youth.
Thursday Dynamite Allen
Friday lion liider.
Saturday- Merely Mary
kvcry On. j Fox Production
Lu and *2Uc
Don'l RisK It
N O USlv ol takiny the risk of carrviii'.'
tuone\ or havinjr it around the house.
You ina\ have it stolen and vou mas lose
vour life at tin h mds of some bandit
Deposit vour c ouiugs m our baiik and
pay yoni bii«\ b.- ^heck. Vv c do tht
ii: i$ c a: constant study to give the peo-
ple of this cotnmunity the best canl-iay
laciiities ootaitnbie Our experience and
equipment make (his possible. Make use
ijf these things that are here for your bcue-
First National Bank
Sldves to the Sdvers
it ic those v.-hc have saved ",vhc have built
nouses the mills the railroads, the ships,
schools and churches and ail other great works
iiieh stand fc. vu-.n advancement aad happiness.
I ne spenders art slave to the savers. It is the
law of nature. We want sou to be a saver—to
open an account 111 our bank and lie independent.
One dollar will start an account. Why not be-
gin today.'' Put your monev where it will be safe
and draw interc-l while von sleep. Knroll your
name with the thrifty class, with the savers.
Do it toddy.
iWi lias en*i lost a ktoltai
tad iikci c Slate SuaiiIk
"l~T.ec j. ?-^ith, Car.hier
/ kc Tresi'lcrt
many friends in wishing them
many years of happiness.
each year to he defended by it's
Mr. and Mrs. John Pulliam j holder.
moved to Cashion Friday. Mr.
C hance Made at Free
M elhodist Conference
extend the hand ut welcome
Rev. Cook and his family.
mg fancy work and music was
furnished by Mrs. Chit wood.
fhe Independent editor has | At four o'clock a dainty lunch
Pulliam bought the fixtures of
the Blue Front Meat Market
and it is understood he will op-
en a meat market in Sherwin's
Miss Opal Wederiz returnrd
home Monday from Boulder. Col-
orado whore she has been attend-
On-; -up won t tal e you very-
far you've got to keep one
All contestants must have liv-i walking; one word won't tell
ed in the state M0 days. Rules folks who you are-you've got
of the National Horshoe Pitch- t0 k(>eP on 1:111onp in<:h tMcurouht uunitreriK . t, . .f n , . , „ u
ing association will prevail won't make you ve.-\ tall . icliioui.m ^.unierente enjoyed the numerous visits Rev | was served by the hostess, as-
. ' 1 you'll have to keep on gro.ving: Kev. l-.eil advised u Wednes- Isbell has made to this office j isted by Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Roy
_ ueioit eel apart. little ad won't do it all day morning that the Conference during his stay heie as he i- a Hoffman.
e ovmg cup must be returned ! —L •— held at Kingfisher last week had I sociable and interesting gentle- j The Club will meet with Mrs.
ordered him to Gear , Olda , for man and we appreciated having pv0y Hoffman Sept. 2nd.
the coming year. His successor him call and visit with us I
I here will be Rev. L E Cook,
/.ho v.a: been pastor at Geary
the r• year. The chance vriii
n,'} ,n ^.TOOl4?.
Xe-\ Sunday vil'i be Rtv. 7s-
be i' - last :orv:ee U.:t service
here and i;ee."tcnd: a cordial in-
vitatlon tc folks el thi,; vevtr.
C. K. VlcCracken «a= a l-.,:!■-
Mr. and Mrs. F. H Kughea|ion visitor Tuesday afternoon,
and children drove to Drummond I Mac i~ now writing insurance
Okia.. Thursday for a short visit out of Oklahc ma City. Be wa3
with rel ■ ives. Mr. Hughes' formr-r y prir.ci]ia: of the- Cus.i
mother. Mrs. E- J. Hugh.es, ac-: i°n public school
eompanied them home.
n. 1. C- Ciut
a. T. C. Club rr<
Clifford Spencei of Dallas,
: Texas, was here iart week visit-
in? his cousin, Roy Rector. Thir
h is the first time the boys have
Yrs. 1. ~ Chitwood, Friday mot in twenty-three veais
.Au.'TV.st "Oth Seventeor. ;nerr.-
bero rcaT>or.doa Roll Tali, ar.o
Mr. ttr.d Mrs.
.ilr. and Mrs. H- k i_runcr an
Sett Catt and i Mr. and Mrs. I: flei Simmons and 1 «"n.
and vicini'.v t^ eeme
throe v*.";ktoTo vrot0
Mrs. Waiiaee W'ithre.v arrived
Xortra Cronkite Fay Sma:h.' home Tuesday evening after a
ipg the .Colorado Stato Univer-, children arrived Tuesday for a j baby spent Sunday with Mr. and We are sorry to lose Rev. is—i "*nC4 Alma I< inch. | tew days visit with relatives at
s|ty this summer. 1 visit with friends. i Mrs. T. i.'Abercrpmbiej. _ ilbtll^and his good_wife, but 've i The afternoon wa; spen', do-[Hennessey.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1921, newspaper, August 25, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107532/m1/1/: accessed September 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.