The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911 Page: 7 of 16
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"THE BIG STOKE WITH THE LITTLE PRICES'
New Hats New Caps
Probably no article that man or boy wears, com-
mands a higher percentage of profit at Credit Stoves,
than does your Hats & Caps.
Tlii* Ntoi'e offers you the opportunity of a tang-
ible saving on every Hat or Cap you buy whether it
be a 10c Cool Straw or a John B. Stetson.
Men's $1.25 Hats, our price
1.50 " " " -
2.00 " " " ...
2.50 " " " - - -
3.00 « " " ...
Stetson's 5.50 "
in Men's and Boy's Caps for auto, street or dress,
same kinds and styles as sold in Credit Stores at 75c
and $1.00, our price ■
Men's Shop Caps
may be made to flourish and wax
fat, while thou art laid to rest
with thy Fathers.'
•j Among Our Exchanges
1 Your Warm Weather
It Startled the World
If men would take the front
seats in ehurehes, the hats worn
when the astounding claims were t>y t^e women would not bother
first made for Bucklen's Arnica them.-Anthony Bulletin.
Salve, but forty years ot wonder-
ful cures have proved them true, \ Don t be too genial to the man
and everywhere it is now known with the gentle smile of brother-
as the best salve on earth for | jy iove> The last one I met sold
i me a peek of wormy apples for
60 cents."Braman Leader.
It's a boy's notion that his
mother has a mistaken notion
about ears; that she thinKS thev
salve on earth
Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts,
Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Fc-1
zema. Chapped Hands, Fever
Sores and Piles,
(July at all
In Cool Straw Hats supplied here at money-saving
The light-weight automobile and driving gloves
that we are selling for the pair - - .50
Bird Brand Compound Lard is the we can buy and
costs more than the ordinary shorting compounds
sold in most stores. We have the exclusive sale of
this excellent article in Navina and as an introduc-
tion price will sell 10 pounds for - - $1.00
Every other item in our large grocery department
is offered at Saving Prices.
From Navina Leader
B. F. Routh has moved to
Mrs. A. J. Boyd is on the sick
i list this week.
All quiet this week. All is
lovely and the goose hangs high.
F. ]. Robinson and John Berg
are reported some better this
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Drennon's
little child was sick a few days
last week, but is better now.
Curt Petersen was out in his
auto Sunday, but we did not
learn who he took this time.
A. E. McDole and his duns
have turned out to be full-fledged
farm three miles south of here,
but board at home.
Mrs. Neil Humphrey and child-
were made to wash, instead of t<
catch sound.—Globe Sight.
Lumber, oil, coal, iron, steel,
paper, lead and zinc may go on
the free list, but the history oi
recent years shows that they have
a tendency to go to the senate.—
We just noticed in "Her" col-
umn a querry as to the wherea-
bouts of the old-fashioned man
who chucked a little girl under
the chin and called her "Sis."
He lives in Topeka and his name
is Uncle Will. It cost him $15,-
000.- E. E. Kelly.
The Tulsa World inspires op-
1 tinnsm. It announces that greens
are pecoming cheaper, and prints
1 the figures to back up the state-
ment. After all, there are a great
1 many things that make life worth
ren, of Guthrie, were out visiting 1 hving-Shattuck Republican,
her folk, Mr. and Mrs. J no. Berg,
a few days this week.
Mr. Canfield thinks of starting
a branch store at Seward to ac- i
commodate his trade from the j
east, which is growing every day.
The time of year has come I know whether you
when the members of the school | |)e jn race, ;inj
\bout every Democratic mem-
ber of the Oklahoma legislature
i is a candidate for congress. The
Osage representative has not been
heard from. Come, Charley, de-
clare yourself and let your friends
ire going to
if not, why
One Price to All
The New Commandments
1 Thou shalt not go away
from home to do thy buying, nor
thy sons, nor thy daughters.
2 Thou shalt patronize thine
own merchants, that they shall
not be driven from home to find
$ Thou patronize, merchants,
also the printer, and he shall pat-
4 Thou shalt pay thy bills
promptly that thy credit will be
good in the land where thou
dwellest, and thy neighbor great
thee gladly; then deposit thy sur-
plus in the bank of thine own
5 Thou shalt not knock the
props from undei thine own
town in order to be revenged up-
on thine enemy, lest thou perish
board must keep a Sunday smile
on their faces, for you know not
what moment a pretty school
marm will drop in to see you.
The Navina braves all took a
back seat last Friday night when
a poor harmless creature appear-
ed on the streets here and began
to make an exhibition of his
strength by going thru some
gymnastic performance with his
6 Thou shalt not incline thine fists. Until an officer from Guth-
r to the voice of pride, nor per- rie came and took him.
m it vanity
About the Waste Basket
7 Thou shalt spend thine earn-
ings at home that they may come
and give nourishment to such as j from much humiliation and possi-
come after thee. |bly annihilation.
8 Thou shalt not bear false
witness against the town wherein
thou dwellest, but speak well of
it in the ear of all men.
0 Thou shalt not covet thv
Heroic treatment for a corn,
I which has no right to be on the
. human toe, is to open your handy
old corn razor and cut it out.
, There are bad habits and practie-
j es, which people ought to cut out,
though no razor is needed for the
I amputating process. For instance
it is a bad practice to get into the
habit of buying things thru mail
1 order concerns when you can buv
to better advantage, the mutual
I advantage of yourself and your
I neighbor, at stores in your own
town, If you have acquired this
habit, take the razor of resolution
home, hone it on the hone of mu-
tual interests, strop it on the
strop of town improvement and—
cut it out!-Shattuck Republican.
neighbor's seed cotton, nor his
meat hog, nor the cow, nor the
crib, but whatsoever thou desir- j
est thou shalt buy of him, and
thou shalt pay the price therefore j
in the coin of the realm.
10 Thou shalt keep these com-j
No / well-regulated newspaper
office could get along without an
active and well equipped waste j
basket. It is a most excellent All druggists sell Dr. Cox's
balance wheel, so to speak, be- Barbed Wire Liniment, 25c, 50c,
and the news- and $1.°° bottles. Guaranteed to
heal without leaving a blemish,
or money refunded.
tween the public
paper and,saves many a situation
that might be fraught with em-
barrassment, and even serious
consequences, if it were not for its
Henry Borklund was over from
mandments and teach them
thy children, even unto the third | QUt pain, or money
and fourth generations, that they For sale by all druggists
Dr. Cox's Painless Blister, price
tol5oc. Guaranteed to blister with-
Dr. Houseworth left
for Sulphur Springs to
state meeting of the
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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/m1/7/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.