The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1911 Page: 4 of 10
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The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs.
Noble last Wednesday afternoon
and spent the time sewing for
N'issen. Mrs. Childers and Mrs.
butcher joined us. Mrs. Wal-
dron and Mary Dutcher were vis-
itors. Mrs. Noble served ice
(.ream and cake at five o'clock,
which was a welcome repast as it
was a very hot day.
Arthur Buzzard and family
started for Idaho Monday. He
had gotten so discouraged that
lie gave his father what there was
left of his crop and will seek work
The weather man certainly
missed a splendid chance of giv-
ing us a good shower Monday
evening. It seemed it was al-
most here, but still we got none.
It gives us one more chance to
Our Sunday School was not as
large Sunday as usual. Rev.
Nissen preached a splendid ser-
mon. Mrs. Shoenheir, Mrs. Dat-
in, Mabel and Alice Datin, Ruby
and Hallie Charvoz, were taicen
into the church. The last four
were baptized by sprinkling, then
they held communion service,
which was very impressive.
One of Mr. Pearson's horses
kicked him on the breast and
nearly laid him out for a short
time. He said he never knew
lier to Kick before. She must
have thought he was some of the
horses coming behind her.
We will have our annual Sun-
day School Fourth of July picnic
in Mr. Daniel's grove 2 miles
north of the church. Lovely
shade and good water. All are
cordially invited to spend the day
Col. F. L. Boynton, of King-
fisher, was here Wednesday.
Ja&. Frymire, Arthur Clark,
Herman Aricy, and the editor,
motored to Kingfisher Wednes-
For legal work, see S. S. Cole
Washburn & Sowers are now
located in the new brick building.
Read their announcement.
The Navina Leader, published
at this office for the past year,
suspended publication this week.
It is rumored that the Pope is
going to start a worldwide cru-
sade against flying machines be-
ing used as a means of sport. So
many deaths in the past few
weeks is the cause of this, it is
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Cole and
Mrs- Fisher autoed to Oklahoma
C. F. Klingman will open up a
general stocK of dry goods and
groceries in the building former-
ly occupied by Washburn and
The new houses in the north
part of town are beginning to
show up and are fine improve-
ments in that neighborhood.
Sharp Bros, have sold their
lumber yards to A. C. Houston
Co., of Wichita, and C. E. Sharp
and family will move to Colora-
do, where Mr. Sharp will pur-
chase an interest in a yard. Phil
Casselman, who has been employ-
ed in the yard here the past year,
will take charge and continue to
condu6t the business at this point.
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Mrs. Lindsey, who has been
sicK several months at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Vern Nor-
man, left today, accompanied by
her sister, for Goodwell, Okla.
and Finishes for
Every Home Use
ujj This is the time to freshen up the home by doing
yr** die odd jobs of painting you have been planning. Fur
the buggy, the furniture, for the floors and woodwork
for every paint purport-, we have the right Finish.
PAINTS, ENAMELS. STAINS AND VARNISHES
care 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^
kAcme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. We
^tell you what to use, how much to use
it he cost. Ask us.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
I. STONE, The Drug'g'ist
To the Public:
Having moved our entire
stock of general merchan-
dise to the new brick build-
ing, we desire to cordially
invite you, one and all, to
attend Our Opening
Sale, of Saturday,
July ttth. We shall
make a liberal reduction
on all merchandise. Some
of the well known firms
will be represented with
many good things to eat,
and plenty for all. Let's
Washburn &. Sowers
I will be in Cashion on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and
•I. IV. HOM'OItllt
Farm Loans, Real Estate, Trade.*
Investments and Rentals
Coleord Mid OKLAHOMA C'Y
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1911, newspaper, June 29, 1911; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107660/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.