The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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PUBLlCITV PERSONALITY PEP
CASHION', KINGFISHER COl XTY, OKLAHOMA, THl'KSDAY, March 16. 1922
This and That
A. J. 0.
Talk will break a bank.
Notice to Poultry Owners THE SHAMROCK
A few men will gather on a
street corner and start talking a-
bout the solvency of some bank—
With every telling the report
Within a few hours word gets
spread abroad that the bank is
insolvent, that it was financing
some other institution that had
recently gone into the hands of
a receiver and might be forced
to close its doors any hour.
The result is a run on the bank
and because they are unable to
pay one hundred cents on the
dollar on such quick notice they
are forced to close the doors.
And as a matter of fact it was
TALK that wrought the havoc.
Ordinance No. 3. Section 16,'
| of the Town of Cashion, reads as
| Every owneror keeper of chick |
ens, turkeys, geese or other fowls
who shall permit them, or any of
them to run at large on any
street, alley or public place, or
upon the property of another I
within the limits of said town of j
Cashion between the First day
of March and the First day of
November in each year, hall b<
j guilty of a misdemeanor and In
punished bj a fine of not mor<- j
than Seventeen and 50-100 Dol-
lars (17.50) for each offense anil j
each day any o\\ ner or keeper of
chickens, geese, turkeys, or other
fowls permit the same to run at
large contrary to the provisions
of this section shall constitute a
T. CI. Abercrombie, Pres.
Hoard of Trustees.
It is permissible for a bank to
loan 80'i of their deposits and
yet be operated in a conservative
Sophia I!. Eiarl
Therefore with this per cent
of their deposits loaned, or even
say 40'i loaned it is impossible
to pay all depositors in full on
the spur of the moment.
While it is true there are often
times crooked bank ollicials and
crooks having jurisdiction over
the banks, it is a fact that
Vain rumor is- often to blame
for the failure of banking hous-
Ha^e confidence in your bank-
And thus protect your deposits.
The law took its course last
week when Harvey Church, boy
murderer of Chicago was hanged
while he was in an unconscious
The cause of his condit ion was
from a hunger strike and had
not prison doctors injected liquid
food he would have died ere the
date for his execution.
Because of his weakened and
unconscious condition he was
placed in a chair and his head
had to be held by an attendant
while another adjusted the noose
about nis neck.
was born at Corydon, Iowa,
November 10, 1851. She remov-
ed to Harrison County, .Mi-sour
when a girl and was there united
in marriage to Aaron Terry in
January, 1867. To this union
were born eight children, three
of whom died in infancy. She
was left a widow twenty-nine
years ago and eighteen years lat-
er her her son, Frank died.
She came to Oklahoma in 1900
and has lived in and near Cash-
ion since that time. She has
been residing in Cashion for
some time past but was called
by sickness to the home of her
son, John, six miles northeast of
Cashion, where she contracted
flu and later pneumonia. She
passed away from this earth life,
at 8:30 Sunday evening, March
5, 1922, at the age of 70 years, 3
months and 17 days.
She leaves to mourn their loss,
one son, John Terry, of Cashion,
three daughters, Mrs. L. H. Har-
per, Liberty, Mo., Mrs. M. E.
Haines, formerly of Cashion,]
hut now of Winnepeg, Canada,
and Mrs. J. J. Brown, Gilmore,
She also leaves an aged and in-
valid father of Melbourne, Mo.,
two brothers, D. C. Hart of
Brookfield, Mo., and Will Hart,
of Jackson County, Mo., tliret
Almost ever.vlnxlj wears a shamrock
or a lilt of jrr<M n in honor of St.
I'ntii«k, tli. patmn xuint of Krin, but
Im u iihhiv know ,\vli.\ ihey do?
♦•The siuui r«K k, or small white clover,
wan used by St. Patrick, thw ;> mlt-
Moimr\ in tho island, as a symbol or
illustration of the Trinity In speaking
to the tlien pagan nailvt Mena«v<i
• the 1 rulcl priests of the pagan
faith. St Patrick plucked a shamrock
at his feet and asked. Is such a thing
more unhelleveahh' than that this
plant should lisive three leaves?"
It is a curious coincidence that the
trefoil In Arable is called "^hamrakh"
and wa•; held sacred in Iran as em-
Id-mat lea I of the Persian Triad*.
Pliny, the ancient naturalist, says that
serpents are never seen upon the tn
It is reasonable to Imagine that the
Irish had inscribed mystical virtues
to the trefoil, or shamrock, previous t«
St 1'atrlcks arrival, and on hearing
of the Trinity they fancied some pe
culiar fitness in their already sacred
plant to shadow forth the newly re
voaled and mysterious doctrine. Chi-
CJl\Kt TMy 50N&
ZJO CHfCR THC
KCPT SO LOWfr,
Office of Comptroller of the
Washington, March 4, 1922.
Whereas, by satisfactory evi-
dence presented to the under-
signed, it has been made to ap-
pear that "The First National
What Was the Bif<
Rain \\ orth'/
It is hard to tell just what
i Monday's big rain was worth to
| Oklahoma, but it has soaked the
! ground to a good depth and so
faras moisture is concerned prac-
tically insures a wheat erop for
1922. It is estimated by a num-
ber of citizens that at least an
inch and a half of water fell
thruout the day. Quite an elec-
trical storm accompanied the
heaviest rain fall in the morning
and again in the afternoon. How-
ever, no damage was done so far
as we have been informed.
I learil Around Town
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kendrick, a hoy, March 12th.
Earl, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sain Ray, was taken to the
hospital at Guthrie Sunday and
will be treated for rhumatism. I
Thousands of people who had
lost hope of ever being well a-
gain have been restored to health
and happiness by Tanlac. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Smith, of
Edmond, spent Saturday and
Sunday here visiting relatives.
If you are all run down, weak j
and ner vous and feel out of sorts J
with everything and everybody, |
get back in line by taking Tan-
. 1. Stone, Druggist
Mrs. Doran Goff, of Bison,
Okla., came Monday for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Get rid of that indigestion,
stomach trouble and nervousness
build up your system and regain
that lost weight. Take Tanlac.
I. Stone, Druggist.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powers and
children, of Piedmont, were here
Sunday visiting friends.
Aeala cotton seed at $4.50 per
hundred and gin run cotton seed
at $3.00 per hundred at Heller-
Stadler Grain < 'o.
Misses Inez Holland and Elsie
Webb spent Saturday night and
Sunday at the C. E. Webb home.
Perhaps it is a just law that
demands a life for a life, but it is
a question with us if it is just
when the law, or those who are
administering it, go to such care-
ful and prolonged methods as
was used in this case to extend
the time of suffering of a human
being in order that they may
fulfil the letter of the law by
hanging such a being at the end
of a rope until he is dead.
state of Oklahoma, has complied
with all the provisions of the
Act of Congress "to enable Na
tional Banking Associations to
sisters, Mrs. J. P. Terhune, and | extend their corporate existence,
My City is the place where
my home is founded, where my
business is situated, where my
Bank" in the town of Cashion, I vote is cast, where my children
in the county of Kingfisher and! are educated, where my neigh-
bors dwell and where my life is
chiefly lived. It is the home
spot for me. My City has a
right to my civic loyalty, it sup
"Vengeance is mine, saith the
I have stocked a large assort-
ment of fittings and pump sup-
plies and can fill your wants. Am
also prepared to do all kinds of
E. A. Clift
in the W. A. Gift building.
Dr. H. O. Warrick asks us to
announce that he will be here
at the office of Drs. Waters &
Warrick, Friday only.
Mrs. O. H. Hudson, both of Mel-
bourne, Mo., and Mrs. R. D.
Lenhart, Aurora, Mo., and be-
sides these, nineteen grandchild-
She was converted early in
life and united with the Baptist
Church. About a year ago she
transferred her membership to
the Christian Church in Cash-
She lived a devoted Christian
life and made it a practice of her
life to carry everything to her
Master in prayer. She was be-
loved of ail who knew her and
her influence will continue to
live here in the lives of those
who were privileged to know
Funeral services were held in
her home in the north part of
lown, Arhpa's class going in a
body from school to pay the last
and for other purposes", approv-
ed July 12, 1882; *
Now, therefore, I, D. R. Cris-
singer, Comptroller of the Cur-
rency, do hereby certify that
"The First National Bank of
Cashion" in the town of Cashion
in the County of Kingfisher and
state of Oklahoma is authorized
to have succession for the period
specified in it's amended articles
of association: namely, until
close of business on March 4.
In testimony whereof witness
my hand and the Seal of this
office this fourth day of March,
(Seal) D. R. Crissinger
Comptroller of the Currency
Charter No. 6Kit
Extension No. 4202
ports me and i must support it.
My City wants my citizenship,
not partisanship, friendliness,
not offishness; cooperation, not
dissention; sympathy, not crit-
icism; my intelligent support,
not indifference. My City sup-
lies me with law and order, trade,
friends, education, morals, reere^
ation and the rights of a free
born American. I should believe
in my City and work for it and
I WILL. -Ex.
E. T. C. Club
The E. T. C. Club met with
.... Mrs. W. C. Cooley, Friday
to their schoolmate's | March 10th. On account of bad
grandma with whom she made roads and sickness onlv six mem-
ber home. j bers answered to roll call.
The body was shipped to Mil- ' afternoon was very pleas-
bourne, Mo., where interment is , ,1;mcy wo!'k-
, , iiA.iuieut is j Mrs Klmgman told us many in-
teresting happenings about her
At four o'clock Mrs. Cooley,
assisted by Mrs. Wight, served a
The Club will meet with Mrs.
Brouchoud, March 24th.
to be made.
Garden time is here again.
' I Get bulk and packet seeds at
J Heller-Stadler Grain Co.
Annual School Meeting
The Annual Meeting of School
District No. 89, Township No.
ir>, Range No. 5, County of
Kingfisher, State of Oklahoma,
will be held at the School House
in said District on the last Tues-
day in March, 1922, beginning
at 2:00 p. m., and closing at 4:00
p. m. on said date. If an excess
levy of five mills required to
support the school for the ensu-
ing year, same will be voted on
at said annual meeting on said
Dated this 14th day of March,
Signed, Melville Carter, Clerk
First published in The In-
dependent, March 16, 1922
Thursday evening March 23rd,
the seventh ajid eighth grades
Ste^.?-r',VIU.b TheA- W- Marriott building
itorium \ i ' " j which is occupied by Ramejier's
ltorium. Admission will be 1 > <• ,• . • • •
.....i or , . ... . ( onlcetionery, is receiving a new
ana cents and proceeds wi be , 1 r u o * .
,A „„„ ,i , • : coat of paint. J. H. Crawford
used to pav on the piano. • i • ,
H is doing the work.
. Mr. Day, of Guthrie, is hero
rhe four days old infant of Mr. this week to plaster the new
and Mrs. Henry Kendrick died Christian Church.
Wednesday evening about 8:30. ► -*
Lee Gobble is putting in a
i-ish and oysters Thursday and shower bath system in the rear
1 nd-iy at Carton Pros. Market. |of his barbershop.
r i a 3 p: s a v av ri v a \\ :i a ti i\i a ivr a a
You get it-
Because you insist
Because you have a
right to it.—
Because you pay
Because we haven't
for it —
Because it's good
business practice on
our part to give it
noiii j,a.i wod a .l v im i x i d a a xaaw
One of the imporiant things in the child's
early education is 1 IIRIFT. It is equally
important as the three "R's" and should not
be overlooked. The youngster should be
trained to save money. Teach them to bank
their money and in a few years they will thank
you for putting them on the thrift road.
Start them with a dollar or five dollars or
more and watch with them how the iuteiest
IT'S THE BE SI TRAINING.
First National Bank
Farmers State BanK
March 10, 1922.
Loans & Discounts $135,787.39
Less Notes with War Finance- --21.084 00
n, if. 114703.39
Overd rafts.. 2386.92
U. S. Liberty Bonds— 16515.70
W arrants 7166.20
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 3633.00
Report Account . ufi 2r
Bihs of Exchange ."V."_".".V8840.'00
cash & Sight Exchange 39420.09
Capital Stock. 10000.00
Surplus and Profits 3542.16
The above is correct.
Horace G. Smith, Cashier.
Stockholders and Directors
Melville Carter, Horace G. Smith, T. G. Abercrombie,
Fred Hoffman, W. A. Clift, P. T. Beutlcr, G. T. Stone
John Lief, A. W. Marriott.
Farmers State Bank
Melville Carter, President HoracefclliSmlth,^ashler
I. U. Abercrombie, Vice President
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