The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1922 Page: 4 of 10
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.>1.00 The Year,In Advance
Published Every Thursday
A. .1. ( arnett
Editor and Proprietor
:.T< (i ;:t I he Cashion, Oklaho-
Pn ,t Ofliee as second-class
: matter for transmission.
Telephone No. 21
. i lay I noe my pa & ma are
, u;1 it i people 1 ever seen
ti \ wont mether 1 let me ut-c
! I ■ ir \\;is!i ran nor they wont let
me use their teeth brushes. I
d• -nt sea why foks want 2 lie so
■ilurday—ma sod 2 pa this
nil ait' r we had ete supper we
\,ill have 2 bye a new sofy in the
ur . p:i replyed & sed Noe
we will use ekonimie & put a
n< v spring in the sofy.
Si;ntt:i>" went 2 chirch & s. s.
tli.s i. m. ma went 2 & maid pa
go! Ma wanted 2 go cause she
has a new set of furs, a woman
'•! ten next 2 me sed Little boy
•rit. that your ma over there
w.fh the new furs & I replyed &
;<■ 1 Yessum. She sed Do you
n . ■ what animal had 2 suffer that
\ uii mamma mite have those
1 ii . & I replyed & sed Yessum
.Monday the preecher is 2 are
hou<e ; >r dinner & when 1 got
ho:tm frutn skool ma had the best
dinner 1 ever seen 1 ete sum pie
i a peace of cake & sum moar
pie X: ma -buck her hed at me &
i j tridi .! Lil t; me under the tab-
;il ,V mi « vl me & hit the preech-
er v- I got ui> kwick & hiked 2
1'ucsday- Cole is so high that
pa desided 2 burn wood so he
m lid :ni miss skool 2 day & go
with him 2 cut wood We cut
down a tree & then we tuck a
■aw & wicked like ennything. It
aint much fun & ime so tired 2
nite I cant hardlie rite. Hope pa
& ma will lawk il over 2 nite &
<; ide that 1 need edicashun
more than 1 need wood..
Wednesday pa was sick this
aioring as usual when there is
enne\ wirk 2 be done. Ma bad
l ib linniment on his back &
>ke hi^ feet in hot water &. ficks
h i toste & eggs 2 ete & colTy &
;iure < reme. JIe had a purty
I hursday -Bee had a party 2
n i o: I went We plade gaims
■\ !•■■ t oflise & blinil fold & pussy
v ni s a korner & a lot of other
Bee choosed me 1st & I
ha 1 2 ehace her around the rume
when 1 cot her I got 2 kiss her
I thot she used rite good guge-
i1 lent in seleckting me instead of
sum of those other gies.
r*.a"£Q ikf FALL
John Mvern bumped tnt > "•"'ft
npp <julte uritipt trdly TuW'lay
i. "■* "■t?
V"'.;, Ai'ft, • fr i)
I Judging from the big demand for
\ barrels there must he considerable
J fermentation foing on around the*;
[parts, opines Gui. the grocer
Ham Anthracite, our local fly or,
e y« he's goin« to smash a!! rweordi
for altitude thui winter.
Loft, strayed or stolen—Our pet
cav~ Liberal reward if retumoH to
Owner Crop* AddresoR F D No. 3.
Community Forum if £
X ■' 1 Mr An. . Cmnniimit? Couatel'ir. 1'ntvcnity of Ob lahoma Q
What Shall We J)o to Be 'ted entirely or cleaning is very
Saved From Dirt and Disease indifferently done. Tho offices of
T some country lawyers look as tho
••an up, of course. 1 hen keep Uiey were never swept or set to
rights. Janitor work in some
Want to, first of all. Realize I country doctors' offices is searce-
that unsanitary conditions are I ly better attended to. The steps
bad anywhere and all the time, land halls leading to these offices
Help create an atmosphere injthe j sometimes harbor the same trash
community which will make it! weeks and months on a stretch,
embarrassing for any to neglect.
-Make a business of keeping
clean. Ibis is where we fall down
in our towns. They are
than the citit
cities if is made the business of
somebody to clean up every day.
Public buildings and office
buildings in the cities are in
charge ot janitors and cleaners,
as a matter oi course. A munici-
pal administration would not be
tolerated which made no provis-
ion for regular janitor work and
street cleaning. No owner of an
ofliee building would think of o-
mitting janitor expense from his
budget, or. if he did, nobody
would r.*nt from him. .
But in our smaller towns such
provisions are sometimesommit-
The same methods prevail in
the care of many town streets.
City streets are swept or washed
They are worse ever" day, or every week, if the
because in the j city is really on the map. The
streets in a large proportion of
our Oklahoma towns are prob-
ably never cleaned thoroughly;
in some no provision is made in
the public budget for such work.
It is not done because it is no-
body's business to do it.
Here is the secret of success-
ful sanitation in every commun-
ity. Make keeping the town
clean somebody's business: the
owner in the case of all private
property; some officer in the case
of all public property.
What do you say? Is not this
The Leaf her Pushers
3 and 4
At The Christian Church
Sunday schoo' 10 a. m. sharp.
I'p .ichinir 11 a. m. Sunday and j
i j). in. every night. You are!
Mi. ly invited to attend ourj
anu Lutie meeting. Lets have I
i wonderful Sunday school Sun-
"TVf EDITOR OF A (SGOWTTOH \
WEVOSPAPEU HAS GOTTA A
UTERARM GOV, A PRAer*CNU
PWAViYER , A REPORTER., A
, PRESSM.AU, ABIZMESSKAM-O,']
A DlPLOWVAT AUD A WOSTUER
HE KAU9T BE FE&.RLESS,
■Siw£ER£'. V)0 UJOUOER VAE
-\ <30W\ET\VAES SRAOKS uvaoer
All live drurjgiitc sell
nte, odorless ointment
cma and ail skin du.c^e
THE 2ENSAL CO.
Oklahoma C ty
WM I Mm il
i Practically two complete
shows in one.
Alsc a Gcod Comedy.
Admission— 10 and 20c.
Some of our patrons saw Nos.
j 1 and - of the Leather Pushers
and pronounced them a good
show. Each number is complete.
At The Liberty.
Ternble Burning; and Mad-
dening Itching of skin on i
fire with , j
instantly stepped when
Is applied. Try It.
THE ZENSAL CO
Kodak Supplies and Developing
Laundry Agency Cleaning and Pressing
R. G. Marriott, Prop.
A Good Showing
To furnish the editor new copy for our ad we herein sub-
mit an up-to-date condensed statement of our bank at close
of business, October 24, 1922.
We do this because we are proud of it and want the peo-
ple of this community to be proud of it. No bank in this or
any nearby county has excelled us in comparative showing
in the year 1922.
Our total depoHit of $174,2X0.90 and our ontjh
and Sight Exchange ot $4£,080.03 and our $18,-
100.00 United States Libert j Hends how laudable
size and strength.
BWe are prepared with plenty of money to loan to patrons
on proper security.
We will clerk your public sale and cash the sale notes, and
make farm loans at a convincingly LOW RATE.
We wish to call attention to one feature wherein we know
we have rendered a service which requires much extra work
and a great deal of time, that is; we have secured and placed
$36,000.00 worth of farmers notes at 7i % rate with War
Finance Government Funds, thereby saving the farmer and
the community a great deal of interest.
This bank, besides being a community bank, is owned and
bached by the following well known men who have the ex-
perience and are financially big enough and strong enough to
back any bank in our county, no matter how large.
The men back of this bank are; Mellvilla Carter, T. G.
Abercrombie, Horace G. Smith, Fred Hoffman, W. A. CILft,
P. T. Beutler, G. T. Stone, A. W. Marriott, and John Leif.
^ills Receivable ....
Banking House, Real Estate, Furnitu
U. S. Liberty Bonds
Bills of Exchange . . . .
Report Account ....
Cash and Sight Exchange
Surplus and Profits
War Finance Rediscounts * .
The above is correct.
Horace G. Smith, Cashier
Farmers State Bank
Melville Carter. Presldeni Horace UJ Smith, Cashier
TI G. Abercrombie, Vice President
Come! Come! Come!
I lie Liberty Theater
and see that play
"Assisted by Sadie"
15 Character Home Talent Play
Put on by Edmond Hi^h School
Admission 25c and 35c
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1922, newspaper, November 23, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107596/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.