The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1912 Page: 2 of 6
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Fast Bound No. 708 due 1 :oy p.m. |
West " No. 707 " 2:05 p.m.
These trains are daily.
1. B. Plum, Agent j
♦•Five years ago two doctors'
told me 1 had only two years to
live." This startling statement
was made by Stillman Green.
Malachite, Col. "They told me
1 would die with consumption.
It was up to me then to try the
I,est lung medicine and I began A Second
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, without a jar, shock o. c is in >
„ was well I did, for today 1 anvance. is the awful speed of «
working and I believe I owe my earth thru .space. We wonde, at
life to this (jreat throat and limp such ease of nature s m.ui c
cure that has cheated the grave ! and so do those who tase
„f another victim/ It's folly ... King's New Life Wis Nog..,,
suffer with coughs or other throat i«8. no d,stress, jus. thoro work
„ld lunK troubles now. Take' that brings good health and ine
'.he cure .hat's safest. Price Soc feelings. ,5c a. All I-ugg.s.s,
:,"d ,K The Panama Canal
All Druggists. At this time over $265,000,000
X Tin For the Girls lias been expended on account of
A 1 , t.kets the purchase and construftmn of
The young men whose pockets \ anal. Of this, $.38,-
are filled with cigarette wrappers,
A Happy New Years
To All Friends and Patrons. W e
are thankful for past patronage
and hope to merit your support in
the future. Ou 'aim will be to
keep pace with the tast progies^
that is being made in Drugs and
Medicines and leave antiquated
methods to others.
I. STONE, MKuam:t m
MU. c,g,.c,o came from the proceeds
mustache combs, finger naiK can-(^ bon(|s s()1d, leaving about J.a6,-
,rs, miniature curling irons, W- of the ' general fund
ing glass, etc., .mi la i of the treasury.
mothers crease their pants cvci C( ress authori/.ed 9m.no,-
day, are not the ones who Df bonds, of which Si.34.631,-
niake promising Husbands , 8o have been issued. The esti-j
pockets of those who ale helping ^ ^ ^ ^ vary but inas.
make the country bloc,u and ^ u approximately with-
causing two blades of Rias. 1 jn a year 0£ completion it is ap-
grow where God planted but one, , t will mlt reach
wm be found filled with barbed ^.'ht-s, figures. Expend!.,
wire staples, and ''iilcient ; ures have been at the rate of
„f nails and «•«• •*. I he> ale , ^ „ year. Dur-
the boys the girls had bettet ■>.. ; b|> flscal ycar §24.000,000
after. I "spatch. j has betn spenrand it is believed
by the first of July this will he
$100 Reward, $100 increased to $36,00
The readers of this paper will rate is maintained during the next
he pleased to learn that there is at | year it will make the total
If this •
Hot ;ind ( 'old S()(!;l
Fi lie Chocolate ('ancluV
Notions and Stationer)
least one dreaded disease that including purchase and construc-
, .1 „hip tri cure in ' tion, of something over $300,000, -
science ias >nna j 00o, but far under the $400,000,-
all its stages, and that is Cataii 1. ^ faas been consi(j.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only . ered the most likely figure
positive cure n« w Known to the now the confident expecta
A. W. Marrio
1 • • • •
medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
ing a constitutional disease, re-
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally. acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
tion <>f the army engineers super- :
vising the work on the canal that j
the first vessel to pass thru it|
! from one ocean to the other will j
be able to make that momentous j
voyage some time in the summer]
of 1913. and that thereafter it
astern thereby destroying the | wni be but a few
foundation of the disease, and j the formal opening of the canal
giving the patient strength by I to general traffic will be
building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its worK.
The proprietor- have so much
faith in its curative poweis that
they offer One Hundred Dollars'
for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
TaKe Hall's Family 1 tils for
.•all on S. vS
brated. — F armer-Stockman.
White Wonder Seed Corn, from
101 Ranch; see O. I • Stone.
Mr. and Mrs Jess Traylor went
to Coyle Saturday.
See O. T. Stone for Ransdell's
Make-em Lay Poultry Food
S. \V. (logan took a car of cat-
tle to Wichita last week.
Lula McMahan left Friday for
Oklahoma City to visit her bro-
Try a 10c or 25c package of
THE ALTON C.ooDS Fancy
Headquarters; low Price
and Good Goods
Remember vou can buy the Red
Rose flour at Fields' for $1.20 per
sack; Capital $1.35; Kingfisher Best
$1.35; good Irish potatoes$1.40per
bu.; we have our garden seed in
and will sell you two large packag-
es for 5c; our seed corn, onion sets
seed potatoes and other bulk seed
will be in in a few,days, so make
out your list and let us figure with
you before buying elsewhere.
! Field's Big' General Store. \
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1912, newspaper, March 28, 1912; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107699/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.