The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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Is the World Bin Murray, Cockle Burr Bl11'
Growing Better? >™s shied his castor into the sen-
Many things go to prove that | atonal ring and will combat both
it is. The way thousands are Haskell and Bob Owen for the
trying to help others is proof, j position of United States Senator.
Among them is Mrs. W. W. j Bill is mighty popular in these
Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. Find parts and the political status ot
ing good health by taking Elect- J the situation will be changed,
ric Bitters, she now advises other make it warm for some
sufferers, everywhere, to take j body. But let them fight it out.
them. "For years 1 suffered with —Broken Arrow Ledger.
stomach and kidney trouble," she
writes. "Every medicine I used
Clean old papers at this office
i for sale at 5 c the package.
Satisfaction or your money back.
We are not satisfied until you are.
$2oii*Ioii Liniibor $'«►.
failed till 1 took Electric Bitters.
But this great remedy helped me I Most of the wheat in this local-
wonderfully." They'll help anyjity is in the ground and a great
woman. They're the best tonic | deal of it up. There is a grass-
and liver and kidney remedy hopper watching each Kernel and
that's made. Try them. You'll! as quick as it shoots above the
see. 50c at All Druggists. ground he hops to it. A good
rain and a little cool weather
The Herrington Sun says they ^ ^ benefida, to the
are having considerable trouble ; ^ j( ^ Jetrimeiual
out in one of the countries west| ^ ^ hoppergrasses._I.ahoma
of there to find someone to ad-;
minister on the estate of a man 1
who died recently leaving noth-i For legal work, see S. S. Cole
ing but a Waterbury watch. Ev-
ery man offered the job of ad- j Canada thinks she is freer than
ministrator objected because it the United States, even if she is
would take so much time to wind j supposed to be bossed by a toy
up the estate. Kin£> across tbe bi- watet"' and
— she does not propose to step into
Dr. Cox's Painless Blister, price c]utches 0f our favored "spec-
50c. Guaranteed to blister with- -j interests." At least that seems
out pain, or money refunded. t() t^ie reason Canada refused
For sale by all druggists. to endorse the recipfocity agree-
~7 ment President Taft worked for
The worst copy stuff that comes 1
a* • ..u a I so eagerly. —Cline.
into a newspaper office is the dope
sent out by the press agents of j
the presidential booms. This is
invariably made so partisan as to . ~
, , ., , r t Birth Day
be absolutely stupid and disgust- 17
i At the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ins'. There is an opportunity for :
. S. D. Abercrombie about thirty
some young man with real brains ^ . . . , .
' j of the friends and neighbors gath-
Subscribe for The Independent
in his head to mane a great liit
as a presidential press agent.
1 with Mrs. Abercrombie her sev-
ered last Wednesday to celebrate
with Mrs. Abercrombie her sev-
enty-sixth birthday anniversary.
swooped down upon this part of
the country this week, on their
annual migrations to the south
who know her.
A delicious luncheon was serv-
ed by the ladies, and ice-cream
The store with the complete stock of Staple Grocer-
ies is the store that commands the trade.
Your wants can be supplied at our store.
I invite you to call and make a special inspec-
tion of our stock. Everything" is up-to-date. Our
groceries are fresh. 1 also handle the celebrated
brand, ''The Alton Goods."
I pay highest Market Price for your Produce.
O. L. McLNTI LIE.
All druggists sell Dr. Cox's Among the gifts was a shower
Barbed Wire Liniment, 25c, 5oc, , of souvenir postals from friends
and $1.00 bottles. Guaranteed to ! here and in other states. Many
heal without leaving a blemish, | of these bore beautiful messages
or money refunded. |(,f 1(>ve< comfort and cheer' which !
proves how completely the recip-
Black birds by the millions ient has endeared herself to those |
So,no farmers complain that they was prepared by the gentlemen.
visited them in such numbers j After all had partaxen of this de-
that they took more seed from j lettable viand, they returned to
the smaller fields of Kaffir than | their respective homes, wishing
the small farmer was able to spare j their honored hostess many more
—in some instances robbing small j hapyy birthdays. \ * I
patches of almost all of the seed.
o . . . v ct.ir See Cole & Borklund for Par-1
.-Conway Springs (Kan.) Star. ,
_ lin-Orendorff plows, and imple-
For piping, spouting, roofing j ments, the noted "Canton Goods,
or any other kind of tin work, get ^oods are now on display and we
Cole & Borklund. invite your inspection.
Knig'ht's Cash Store
We- make the following
prices for cash only:
Cabbage, Friday and Saturday
Potatoes, per bu
1 can good peaches
3 cans corn -
1 package Post Toasties
1 can Alton oats -
1 can raspberry preserves -
1 large can chipped beef -
1 15c jar mustard
1 25c jar mince meat
1 25c can Health Club baking powder
2 packages Wrigley chewing gum
13 pounds sugar, this weekly only
1 sack Quality flour
3 pounds head sice -
Other Merchandise in our
store sold as cheap.
Knig'ht's Cash Store
Phone 36 - : - Cashion, Okla.
El Reno Best Flour, cwt. $2.60
Corn Chop ----- 1.50
Meal, per sack - - - - .35
And any amount to anyone.
B. L. ( rum
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 5, 1911, newspaper, October 5, 1911; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107674/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.