The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911 Page: 4 of 16
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♦ Owing to the demands
♦ now on me by the peo-
♦ pie of Navina and vicin-
♦ lty, have found it nec-
♦ essary to divide my
t I will be in Cashion on
Tuesdays, Th u r s d a y s
and Saturdays, and will
be glad to meet any one
suffering from any troub
le, whether acute or
chronic. It will cost you
nothing to call and be
examined. 1 will treat
♦ hr. Itovd.
S Phone 15
W. F. BARNARD,
Editor and Publisher
Subscription $i. a year in advance
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30 cents for 31110.
Estabhshkd May 14, 1908.
Entered as second-class matter
at the postoffice at Cashion,
()kla., for transmission through
"The bee that gets the honey,
Don't hang around the hive."
Published Every Thursday
S. S. COLE
\ o i a r v I* 11 It I i v
Real Estate and
sures Farm and
E. SIDE MAIN STREET.
and CURE the LUNGS
"There's a good deal of human
! nature in a dog." laughed the old
j farmer. "Watch Ponto now.
lie's been workin' for dear life to
dig up that old bone, an' now
1 he'll lug it off an' bury it some-
where else. Want it? Not a bit.
It's been lay in' behind the barn
! for a week, an' he could have had
' it any day, but he never dreamed
J of wantin' it til he saw a neigh-
! bor's dog bring it out an' bury it.
Ponto'd dig an hour to get it now;
he's sure it's a treasure, just be-
cause the other dog wanted it.
Well ain't that the way with a
good many of as humans? We
work harder to supply ourselves
with what other folk want than
for what we really want ourselves
I—would want, I mean, if we were
left to set our own value on things.
Houses an' clothes an' pleasures
j an'business—we judge them all
; by what somebody else thinks of
'em. Even our goodness is too
often what somebody else thinks
1 instead what we've thought out
j for ourselves. I suppose we'll all
grow into a braver an' more hon-
j est way of livin' some time, but
| just now we're like Ponto_we do
la sight of diggin' for things we'd
never want if somebody else did-
n't set the fashion."
FORf 9Hci!J I.#" 5o«a$i.oo
ruK VOLDS If TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
AND ail THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
OR MO NEV REFUNDED^
Farms for sale, see S. S. Cole
House worth & Pollock
Physicians and Surgeons
hay phone 25: night phone 18-3C
All calls promptly answered day
and night. ( Mtice t wo doors south
of Post Office.
The merchant who never ad-
vertises what he can do in the
way of meeting competition or
making prices but sits around and
growls because people send away
for goods, is only laughed at.
The only way to meet mail order
competition is to tell the people
| what you have and show them
I that your prices are just as good
i and you can do even better by
them than the faraway places that
| give 110 opportunity to examine
I goods before purchasing. Simply
cussing and criticizing people for
sending away only makes matters
j worse and that's what the big
mail order houses want the little
fellows to do because it helps
them every time.
A DELiCIOUS CUP FOl
+ 40<t A CAN AT ALL/ +
+ GOOD COFFEE SHOPS +
IMPORTERS aw ROASTERS,
THE ALTON MERCANTILE COMPANY
EN 3. SKLA.
You'll find this to be quite cor- j
ie6t: It is not possible for a man i
to oppose everything and kick
against everything and malign
everybody, and at the same time
remain an honest man himself.
A man who is dishonest in his
opinions is even more dishonest
in his dealings.
More alfalfa, more cows and
more milk is the only salvation j
for this country, and the sooner |
the people come to it the sooner
they will get rich. Just keep
your eye on some of the people
who are forgetting how to depend
upon grain crops alone.
The Canadian reciprocity bill
passed the house April 21, by a
vote of ^C>5 to 88.
Paints x " 1
and Finishes for
Every Home Use
This is the time to freshen up the home by doing
the odd jobs of painting you have been planning. I'or
the buggy, the furniture, for the floors and woodwoik
for every paint purpose, we have the right Finish.
PAINTS, ENAMELS. STAINS AND VARNISHES
kare each and every one scientifically prepared for specific uses.
.Remember—if it's a surface to be painted, enameled,^
^stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's an^
LAcme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. We can^
,U'll you what to use, how much to use andj
.the cost. Ask us.
\ SEE OCR WINDOW DISPLAY
I. STONE, The Drug'g'ist
Washburn & Sowers
( !()()( IS
Washburn &. Sowers
The Mexican government in a
reply to President Taft charged
that the revolution in Mexico is
largely the work of Americans.
Telegraphic orders from Wash-
ington, received at the Mare Is-
land navy yard, started 100 mar-
ines for San I)iego and the Mex-
ican border under the command
of Captain Fred A. Ramsey.
Delivery of parcels post matter
from man) European countries
will be expedited in the middle
western states by an arrangement
made by the postofiice and treas-
Guns and amunition at Cole iV
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911, newspaper, May 4, 1911; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107652/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.