The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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PUBLICITY PERSONALITY PEP
Honesty fi Hill I With St. I'oterJ
I here fore, tho man w ho expects
• <> w.ara -hining crown in tho
life to come ought to pay hi;-
subseitj11ion for tho local paper
and not tempt the poor mortal
of an editoi to swoar.
This and That
A. J. 0.
Luiliur Burbank has succeeded
in producing a thornless black-
lu past years he has undone
the works of nature a number of
times by changing the natural
state ot different plants and fruit
Burbank, without a doubt, is
the leading horticulturist of the
In fact he is the wizard of
plani life, accomplishing that
which appears to be impossible.
If you. dear reader, feel that
you would like to lead in some
manner similar to Burbank
offer you the following sugges
tions for your deep and undivid-
For instance, take up "bugol-
ogy" and produce a harmless
green bug, or a proboscisless boli-
No. 89 Holds Harmonious
Tuesday afternoon betwei n the
hours of two and four o'clock
the patrons of District No. S:i
met at the school in Cashion and
held one of the most harmonious
and largest school meetings in
years. This year a clerk for the
coming three years had to be o-
lected. Melville < arter w;i noin
inated and elected by acclama-
tion. He has filled this office
for the past nine years, evidently
to the satisfaction of the patrons.
Superintendent Clark explain-:^
ed to the patrons the work that
was being done by the teachers t
and students and had a nice lot
CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKI AHOM \. THl'RSD AY. March :io i;c"J
American lesion Notes
the next mooing
April (>th. It is
that every member bo present.
A CASH I STAT!
the title to a little booklet loll-
ing of the new features of tho
Government Insurance. Edgar
Herrick, asst. County Adjutant,
' I has received a large supply and 0f Cashion,
if you want one, write him at'
Box 848, Guthrie. Government
is the cheapest and hest insur-
Mrs. (.Icorjjc Hn U
Is Called II V.ith
Tuesday afternoon as the shad-
ows wore falling long to the east,
death \isiteit thehonii of Geoigo
Heck and eall"d his life's com-
panion to her reward.
Mrs. Heck came fo Oklahoma
in the parly days wi'n hoi Iiiin-
Irtiid and the\ allied on a honio-
sioad one mile east and three
south of Cashion where tliev liv-
ed tor a number oi year:-, l..toi
moving to their present home
two miles south and three east
If you can accomplish either
of these your fame and fortune
is made— fact is
It would beat a big oil well.
ed in their part of the
and has been ot very gre;
tit m that it ha •• brot to
number ot men who wen
j ed to a numberol benefit
they did not know of.
The second number
e nt. ti-1
>\ Inch I
Mrs. Beck was a member of
the 0. E. S., and was prominent
in lodge work.
Funeral services will be heldat
the M E. Church at 10 30 today.
, . , ,anee to be had in the U.S. to-
of work on display for the pat- t|.iv
rons to inspect. Rev. Carney
gave an interesting talk on the' *he L" B'i,n !"ep°rt* thf
we school and sighted figures to bear thc ccnsus drive 13 almo?t hni<h"
out the fact that this school
operating and accomplishing
more work for the money than
any other school in King fisher j
By almost unanimous vote „
levy of four mills above the 5;. ,,sec" . numljer tlu*Imorning. The body will be brot
mills provided by statute was | Lotfan C ,J,u«ty Eeg.onna.ro is out ,R,re for buria| and funera, s„r.
Cr tndma Short Is P. id
\\. IvI. Shor. received a '.e-le-
gram trom J. Arthur Short of
iiaDeil, Kan;.. iL.cjd iy morning
giving the sua pews that Grand-
ma Short died there early that
voted for the 1922-23 term. This|and is fl'!1 of interesting itemsi viees v,m be conducted here
for every Ex-Service man in the1.
If you don't like the "bugol-
ogy" subject you might tackle
And thru some method that
you can work out let's have a
rainless harvest in. the wheat
belt and a frostless springtime in
the fruit section.
Eithot of these would add con-
siderable to fame and fortune.
Don't think for a minute that
everything scientifically has
been accomplished. There are
thousands of things of this kind number of
amount was voted in the meet-"" every ftx->ervice man in me j ^ome time Thursday. Grandma
ing last July but only S mills j County. Il is u> be issued twice j Short made this her home
Over a hundred patrons of the
district were present and they
a month and promises to bea!many years and only recently
live little paper. ; went to Isahell where she has
Edgar Herrick, Adjutant of; been making her homo with her
got an insight into the works of
the school and appearantly were
well pleased. The young ladies
of the domestic science class serv-
the Guthrie Post reports that up [grandson, J. Arthur Short.
to date he has handled over one j
huudied Travel Pay claims of I
men who were discharged prior Clean-Up Days
ed hot cocoa and sandwiches to March 1,1919. If you were Friday. March 31st, and Mon-
the patrons after the meeting. discharged before this you have ,jay and Tuesday, April 3rd and
a mile coming to you from tth, have been designated as
Friday Night's Rain a W'opper th<' place diseharKe t0 your Clean Up Pays. The ladies of
T, ■, • , , „ , ... home- 11 >'ou did not get yours (he town have joined the Board,
■Jn rt w, ™ gt)t il) touch with hilt] at once. L Tru,t™. „f Cashion in thi,
clay night was one 01 those old. , ,, , . . . , . , . I
fashioned gully-washers. The! /fTn'! ^ i - .novement Friday afternoon ,
ground is thoroughly soaked n.J" f'1' ^ h,;n I u J ' J"" <ies,gnated
'ed to put on an Employment day as the time tor everyone to get]
they found nor enough men were I out and pidk up rags, papers, cans
out of employment in the county ■ boxes, brush
to be done, but which to accom
plish will require deep study and
Ion.; hours of hard work.
About one hundred years ago
an employee of the Patent Office
at Washington, D. C., is said to
have resigned his position as he
believed that everything possible
to produce will been patented
and he figured that it would bo
only a matter of a few weeks un-
til that department of the gov-1
ernment would be closed and he \
wanted to get a position before j
the entire force.; of patent office
employees were thrown out of
work to look for another job.
and so far as moisture is concern-
ed the wheat crop is practically
assured. However t here are a
pieces of wheat in
which the green bugs are doing
considerable damage and unless
the weather becomes warm there
will likely boa big loss of acreage
thru their activity.
Dr. H. 0. Warrick asks us to
announce that he will be here
at the office of Drs. Waters &
Warrick, Friday only.
Had he stayed with the jo,b
and lived until now he would
have had roore work to do in the
last fifty years than in the first
half of the last century.
Base Ball News
The opening game of the reason
for the local hoys was played at
Navina last Sunday afternoon,
Navina winning with a score of
5 to 7. The Navina boys will
play a return game here next
Sunday. There will be no ad-
mission charge to next Sunday's
game. Come out folks and see
the game, get the spirit and en-
courage the boys.
ind all other kinds
to stage a special day and the j of rubbish, burn that which will
few men that did report were i burn and piie the other where
soon taken care of iocally. 1 the drays can gather -t up and
Well at last the Bonus bill i :• haui it to the uump grounds,
by the House but what will thir j Monday and i uesday, April :'ru
Senate do to it. 'Let us Hope.! -,nd 4th- are ttie final days for
Let us Pray" said one prominent. this work. W here the citizens
Legionare la>t week. are unable to work on Friday or
Recently one Guthrie boy was N1 to <,,,m ,lete on ,hat
I awarded compensation ol'$10o must finish up on the two
per month thru the efforts of days of the next week. This or-
the American Legion. I ' 1,e l'nt'ormJ lh<« year
... , land if you fail to cleanup thor-
•oive your Victory! , , ., ...
( ridl _ j' loughly the lown 1 rustees will
i have the work done and charge
same to the property.
Getting; back to affairs right
here at home— in Cashion if
Monday and Tuesday
3rd and 4th, will be the last days
to do this work and if your lots
■ — [are not cleaned up then, the
The ladies of Cashion and the To wn Trustees will have it done
E. T. C-. ( lub are determined and charge the expense to you.
to have a better looking, cleaner
and healthier town than it has I.et's don't fool around about
been in the past. 'this important matter.
Medal? If not and you want
one, get in touch with the Asst.
County ,'Adjutant at Box 848,
Guthrie, Oklahoma, and he will
tell you what to do. Over fifty
have been secured in the past
two weeks by Logan County boys
All the Post Commanders and
Adjutants of the Posts in the
State will meet in Oklahoma
City next week to attend a con-
ference and to meet thc National
[Commander, llanford Mac Nid-
er, who will be in Oklahoma City
^pril j on that date.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. j
Short, of Halfway, Mo., Sunday,
March 19th. a 9 lb. boy- His
name is Holden William Short.
Mrs. Short was formerly Alma
Reynolds, the youngest daughter!
of Mr. and Mrs. 11 A. Reynolds,
A movement is on foot to Let's clean up the town
clean, up the old town make it j then keep it clean.
over as you might say, and sure
enough it net.'ds it.
Here's hoping that if there be
a man with soul so dead
Who never to himself hath
said, "This is my own. my home
(With apologies) —
Friday, March 31st, in the af-
ternoon, has been designated as
the time for everyone to get out
in front yards, backyards, streets my town,"
and alleys and on the vacant lots1
and pick up every piece of paper, And be willing to jump in and
rag, box, stick and tin can, burn' help in this movement, that his
what will burn, and pile up the wife will make things so interest-
trash that needs hauling out to ing for him that he will be glad
the dump grounds. i to reconsider and assist.
New Fire Department
Cashion now has a new honest
to goodness fire department, j
This week the Town Trustees!
had E. A. Clift and Joe Ryan1
construct a building between the
Independent office and Lee Gob-
ble's tonsorial parior, and in
which is housed the fire equip
ment of the town The doois
are locked but are constructed ;
so that in an emergency they can j
be broken open and the fire ap-;
paratus easily gotten out.
f : — ^
KOML go g SAY HE WA T
ME T' TAUK BOUT SUMPN
Sides hakd times bur
AH AIN' |_AK fOLKS w HUT
KIN TALK BOUT ONE THING
WHlLS' DEY STUDiN EOUT
SUMPN blse", , ... I
T. G. Abererombie was called
to Fayetteville, Arkansas Tues- j
day evening to be with his daugh !
ter, Mrs. C. W. Rapp, who is to
undergo an operation there.
K F M K M I! E
You got it
Because you ins
Because you have
right to it. •
Because you p j\
A L W
A Y S M E E T _
Because we haven't
myth ing else.
for it —
Bee ■ause ii'.. good
business practice on
eur part to give it
MEET L E G I T 1 M \ T E C 0 M | E T 1 T I 0 N
One of the iuiponant things in the child's
early education is '1 11 RIFT. It is equally
important as tin tine..' "R\s'' and should not
lie overlooked. The youngster should be
trained to save money. Teach them to bank
their money and in a lew years they will thank
you for putting them on the thrift road.
Start tliein with a dollar i
more and uateli with tlieni
five dollars or
ITS THY IlhSl 7 RAINING.
First National Bank
Farmers State BanK
March 10, 1922.
Lorns & Discounts...
Less Notes with War Finance 21,084.00
, , 114703.39
(herd rafts 2386.92
U. S. Liberty Bonds 16515.70
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures- -3633.00
Report Account 86.25
Bills of Exchange 3340.00
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 ti. Smith, T. (I. Ahercrombie,
Fred Hoffman, W. A. Clift, P. T. Beutler, G. T. Stone,
John Lief, A. W. Marriott.
Farmers State Bank
Melville Carter, President Horace^JSmltli, Cashier
T. O. Ahercrombie, Vice Frrsident
Drake Funeral Held
Notice To Poultry Raisers
nuLi'i iiitr was -s Reeding
buried in the local cemetery on «T.„. . Q1 . . _ ,,
I Wednesday e/ening at 6 o'clock. > ^ \ '
Local Masons made an investi-1 , °unty .
There will be a meeting of tlu>
Satn Drake, who died at the Kingfisher County Poultry Breed-
Commercial Hotel the 19th, was ,.,s at Reeding, Friday night,
:30 Clyde Mc-
Agent, will be
nation and got in touch with a charf?e of the meeting anil
lodge in Ohio and also found he ( 'las!• Smith (Poultry Specia «
| had a brother there. The Ohio ; > representing the A. and M.
| lodge notified members here that. College will speak. Prof. Smith
they will defray funeral expenses IS recognized as authority, rela-
!np to $100.00. Local Masons j ti veto poultry products. Every
j were in charge of the tuneral ser- |one's cordially invited to attend
1 vice. this meeting.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1922, newspaper, March 30, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107556/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.