The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1912 Page: 2 of 6
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Vanilla, Lemon. Orange, Pep-
! permint, Wintergreen, Almond
Ext rafts. Not imitation but ab-
Lsolutely pure. THE ALTON
GOODS. They flavor.
An on «"nrtlng aMietrh nn<J Intl<-ti r.
Hi artai 11 C.iir oi'inii'ii free *
tSss fa? ~
tpr. tui " *" •lt charge, in the
u'"so.a"i y *ii )<••• - - -j
MljNN & Co.3e,Br^adlva,• New York
Brlo'-h omce. 'S5 F SU WartiiDiCton. D. <-•
Col. A. T. Hie liar«l won
Will cry sales any time
and at any place.
Terms are reasonable.
For Dates, phone Farm-
ers State Bank,
Mrs. J. J. Cannoy, of Kingfish-
er, visited with her daughter,
Mrs. Price, the past week.
Tender, tasty, whole Sweet
Potatoes, just as you like them,
are in each can of TH E A LTON
GOODS Sweet Potatoes.
Satisfaction or your money back.
We are not satisfied until you are.
The trains were snow-bound
Wednesdey and we received no
FOR SALE—about 10 tons of
I good prairie hay in stack; see
Martin Stadler. 42"4t-
Mrs. B. Stewart and Forrest
left Saturday for Arkansas City.
Mrs. H. G. Hart
ill at her home.
The work of grading the streets
began Friday and some very good
I work has been done, which was
O. L. Mel NT I HE.
STAPLE AND FANCY
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Price Paid for your
Norman Bocock was here from
TaKe What Pill ?
Why, a. Dr. Miles'
' of course. Good for all kind* of
ain. Used to relieve Neuralgia,
il.-adache, Nervousness, Rruu
mat ism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains,
J :mba~o, Locomotor Ataxn
,, ckache, Stomachache, Period-
-,1 Pains of women, and for
t uin in any part of the body.
"I have used Dr. Viles' medicines 1" |
i- r 12 years and tind them excellent. I j
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills i' t
,e nil the time and would not thn:k j
. 1 t-king a journey without them, it j
rhow short a distance lam p I
i j.nnot praise them en<-ugh. j
Mi>s I.ou M. Churchii* '
Arthur Clark, I. Stone and Jess
Clift made a trip to Oklahoma
City Friday in Stony s car. Miss
Lula McMahan accompanying
them home for a visit her foster
parents, Mr and Mrs. 1 lan*
El Reno Best Flour, ewl.
( 'orn < 'hop - -
Bran - - - -
Meal, per sack -
A ml any anion lit to a nyom
G. C. Marriott drove t(
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all
other diseases put together,
until the last few years was
posed to be incurable lor a
great many years doctors pro-
oounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and b_v
constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Science has proven
l]mghSt!r ™S!N!'ii. I catarrh to be a constitutional dis
At all drurj3'sts- 25 doses 25c.
• iLE3 MEDICAL CO., Elkhart
I ease and therefore rec
. in;. I
J stitutional treatment.
Blamed a Good YV orker
"I blamed my heart for severe
distress in my left side for
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F.
J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on
the market. It.is taKcn internal-
* The Parlin-Orendorff Implements, the best made, |
will sell as long as they last at less than thev cost. *
14-inch walking plows ------ $1° Mn
Riding attachments for walking plows-
Walking listers --------
Walking lister drills -
Walking lister and drill combined - -
4-wheel lister - - -
U-bar harrow - - -
Walking cultivator -------
Hammock-seat 4-shovel cultivator
Hammock-seat 6-shovel cultivator .
New Victor C. B. 4-shovel cultivator
New Victor C. B. 6-shovel cultivator
Wheeled 2-row lister-cultivator . .
Doubletrees and neckyokes, extra
0 ly in doses from 10 drops to a 4
vears,' writes \\. Lvans, Ihin- ^ejispoonful. It acts directiy on j
ville, Va., "but 1 know now it . ^lood anc} mucous surfaces of 1
was indigestion, as Dr. King'- system. Thev offer one bun-
New Life Pills completely cured dred douars for any case it fails
Best for stomach, liver and j tQ cure gend for circulars and
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All other machinery in proportion: hardware, tin ♦
and graniteware, guns and amumtion, tin a oik and £
plumbing, pipe and well work, also auto repairing, t
Cole &. BorKlund t
4.r< \ our
headache or debility.
Elda Allen has moved to one
>f his mother's farms northwest
CHENEY & CO.
Sold by Druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Pil
at liu'a 0£IH*<
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1912, newspaper, February 22, 1912; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107694/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.