The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1911 Page: 5 of 10
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W. F. BARNARD,
Editor and Publisher
Subscription $i. a year in advance
50 cents for 6 mo.
30 cents for 3tno.
Estabi.ishkd May 14. 1908.
Entered as second-class matter
ut the postoffice at Cashion,
Okla., for transmission through
•The bee that gets the honey.
Don't hang around the hive.'
Published Every Thursday
Cashion, Okla., June 29, 1911
Some few people ask us often
when it is going to'rain, just as
if we controlled the output, be-
cause we are in the newspaper
business. For the benefit of those
tew who keep asking we will say
that there will be one or two lo-
cal showers from the time this
paper reaches you up to the even-
ing of the Fourth of July. If it
doesn't rain the Fourth prospects
will be very poor during the next
twenty days, when a few drops
may fall from the 24th to the
51st. High, hot, dry winds will
be prevailant during the months
preceding October, and plowing
will not be satisfactory on ac
count of a very dry subsoil. In
October the Moon will be on or
near the spot where it was at this
time last year, and the Sun will
begin to lose its heat, the Great
Dipper will continue chasing its-
self around the North Star, and
th^ people, who have earned a
good rain longing for it, will con-
tinue to rise in the mornings with
that same old dark brown taste
in their mouths. As we cannot
foretell more than 39 days ahead
in any one calendar month on
account of the extreme dry weath-
er in this part of the Great Amer-
ican Desert, we are compelled to
ask you to consult your nearest
A Charming Woman
is one who is lovely in face, form,
mind and temper. But it is hard
for a woman to be charming with-
out health. A weak, sickly wo-
man will be nervous and irritable
Constipation and Kidney poisons
show /in pimples, blotches, skin
eruptions and a wretched com-
plexion. But Electric Bitters al-
ways prove a godsend to women
who want health, beauty and
friends. Taey regulate the stom-
ache, Liver and Kidneys, purify
the blood; give strong nerves,
bright eyes, pure breath, smooth
velvety skin, lovely complexion
and perfect heolth. Try them
50c at All Druggist
age of 127 degrees in the summer
time, and that when one of their
braves start on his journey to the
Great Beyond, they wrap him in
Iseveral heavy blankets t<> keep
! him from freezing to death when
he gets to hell. It wasn't hot
enough here Sunday for that but
if these hct winds Keep up til!
fall like those were, it may have
a tendencv to modify the here-
Wins Fight For Life
It wsa a long and bloody bat-
tle for life that was waged by
James B. Mershon, of Newark,
N. j., of which he writes: "Iliad
lost much blood from lung hem-
orrhages and was very weak and
rundown. For eight months 1
was unable to work' Death
seemed close 011 my heels when 1
began three weeks ago go to use
Dr. King's New Discovejy But
it has hefped me greatly. It is
doing all you claim. I* or weak,
sore lungs, obstinate coughs, stub-
born colds, hoarseness, la grippe,
I asthenia, hay-fever or any throat
or lung trouble its supreme
and Si .00. Trial bottle tree
Guarenteed by AH Druggist.
The editor and Charlie Price
made a drive to Guthrie Friday
morning. The country between
here and Guthrie looked tine, in
spots, but taking it in general, it
For Farm Loans inquiry at the
Farmer's State Bank. Our terms
and rates are equal to any in the
West Side Main Street
| Allen's Red
f Tame Cherry
V Welch's Grape Juice
\ I)r. Pepper
and Root Beer
We always have something
t- r i r ■ !■* yi.'
new. Yours for trade.
PI ION K
The hot winds blowing Satur-
and Sunday calls to memory the
story Shungopavi told us as to
how the Moquis bury their dead
in the Yuma valley. He says
t he temperature is near an aver-
The best of settlement terms
on payments of interest and prin-
cipal can be had at our Bank ■
Farmers' State Bank.
It will be our endeavor only to
get out a paper each week, with-
out an; extra effort, in order to
keep up our files, so don t expert
much until business gets better.
We have sent out several notices
that subscriptions have expired,
and asked their renewal. Some
have come in and renewed, oth-
ers have asked us to hold them
over, and others haven t even
said hello, kiss my foot, or go to
thunder. We claim the latter
are no* treating us right. We
solicit your renewal because we
need the money to enable us to
continue the paper. We have a
few subscribers who have always
been friends indeed in our times
of nee. We don't like to cut any
one's name off the list until we
have it to do.
A Dreadful Woun
from a knife, a gun. tin can, rus-
ty nail, tire works, or of any other
nature demands prompt treat-
ment with Bucklin's Arnica Salve
to prevent blood poison or gan-
grene. [ts the quickest surest
healer for all such wounds as also
for Burns, Boils' Sores, Skin
Eruptions, Eczema, Chapped
Hands, Corns or Piles. 25c At
Cigars and Tobaccos at Mar-
All the stockholders and lot
owners of the Cashion Cemetery
Association are requested to meet
at the office of the Clerk in the
Directors' Room of the First Na-
tional Bank on the first Tuesday
in luly, at 2 p. m., for the pur
pose of electing new officers.
B. W. Burehett, Pres
S \\ . Hogan, Sec'y.
Work Will Soon Start
after you take Dr. Kings Now
Life Bills, and you will quickl)
enjoy their fine results Consti
pation and indigestion vanish and
! fine appetite returns. They reg-
ulate stomache. liver and bowels
and impart new strength and en
ergy ao the whole system. Try
them, Ooly 25c At All Druggist.
Rev. Cloud and wife left Moil
day for Okeene, having closed a
very successful evangelistic ser-
vice Sunday evening. His meet-
ings were well attended and did
I some good.
Dr. Cox's Barbed Wire Lini
ment does not burn or blister, re-
lieves pain quickly, and flies will
not bother the wound For sale
by all druggists.
For piping, spouting, roofing
or any other kind of tin work, get
Cole & Borklund.
From the way the jockeys were
being crippled up b«st Tuesday
and Wednesday at Oklahoma I itv
it began to look as if they would
have to import a new supply to
finish the races. Four of them
were crippled in two days.
Pencil carbon paper for sale at
t his office.
Old residents of this country
claim that corn or Kaffir corn
planted up to the 10th of July
has a fair prospect of maturing.
Every one should remember this,
and if it rains in the next few
days they should at least give it
a trial. Even if it doesn't ma
ture, it is pretty sure to make a
good crop of forage.
• i For insurance, call on S. S.
! j Cole.
1 'The windstorm Saturday after-
1 1 noon moved Wentworth's barn
off the foundation about 5 or ft
inches. This barn is 24x40 feet,
which would indicate a pretty-
Last Saturday and Sunday were
I conceded by all to be about the
worst days in the histoiy of the
State If it could be any worse,
we would like to see it. With
i the thermometer 109 in the shade,
; the wind blowing 60 miles an
1 hour, and the dust so thick one
; couldn't breathe — we want to
j know what could be any worse.
'There will be a big, old-fash-
I ioned 4th of July celebration at
the H uffmier grove next Tues
day and a great big, old-fashion-
ed time is anticipated. All kinds
of amusement has been provided,
including a ball game. There
will be plenty to eat and drink
for everybody Come out and
enjoy a real old-fashioned time.
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107660/m1/5/?rotate=90: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.