The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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ARE YOU SICK?
For Poison Blood
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Increases the appetite. For Catarrh,
Scrofula, Scrofulous Humors, Ulcers,
Humors and Pimples on the Face, Constipation, Headache,
Pains in the Back, and all Blood diseases from any cause
* ! WWiS ; u*
For Chills & Fever
Of all scientific Chill, Malaria and A&ue
cures, "CHI L-LAX" is the world's great-
est. Absolutely sure, safe and harmless to
the person taking it, yet so extremely fatal
to the malaria germ that in most cases it drives the poison
entirely tut of the system in 3 days. A Mild Family Laxative
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br For RHEUMATISM and GOUT, deep-
h*.— seated and apparently hopeless cases, any
$ age or condition. Used by Specialists in
every quarter of the Globe. Pleasant to take
Don't waste time with compounds, cure-alls and liniments
Cure Your Kidneys
For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases,
which, if neglected, often leads to Bright's
Disease. KIDNEY FLUSH is a safe, speedy
and satisfactory remedy for long standing
KIDNEY trouble, possessing a wonderful antiseptic power
BSnternational 2)rug Company,
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Find herewith $1.00 for which seod me the above mentioned $5.00 worth ol
* REMEDIES. I All Charjca Prepaid)
KIEL-POIS, [For Blood Ailments from any cauae) $1.00
CH1L-LAX, I For Chilli. Malaria, Fever, Aguel $1.00
<>66, (The great RHEUMATISM REMEDY) $2.00
KIDNEY FLUSH. IKidoey and Bladder Disee e l $1.00
Total value $5.00
= I will Send the other $4 09 within six months from this date, provided the Remtdiet
CL'Rt above mentioned diseases and are exactly *s recommended. I m to juace.
CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US
she has been able to eat for four
1 days nmv.
Mr. and Mrs. Studebaker and
i Miss Swart were visitors at tot-
Henry home Sunday afternoon
I Mr. I>aniels and his daughter,
i Mrs. Noble, and the two youngei
, boys, |ohn and Charley, went to
Mr Wyatt and daughter, Jose
phine, verc out to Datins the
! Fourth and came out to the
! Sunday school picnic. He has .i
1 big field of peanuts and is out to
! help clean them up.
Mrs. Sarah MePherson and son,
I of Kansas, visited her mother,
! Mrs Shoenheir; also her sons
! little girl. Dorothy Shoenheir,
j of Los Angeles, came up with
Mrs Me., to visit her grand
mother. Shortly after the pienie
dinner they left fore Guthrie,
where Dorothy, accompanied by
Miss Anna Shoenheir, departed
! for Kansas City. George Shoen
i . , ,
| heir is paying the way tor the
'different relatives so that Dor
[ othy will not need to travel alone.
Mrs. Dawson and daughter
> Berness, visited Mrs. Barr Sun-
! day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamil,of Guthrie,
visited Mrs. Swart Monday.
Mrs. Kundell has been very
! sick the past few days. Had a
doctor Sunday as she was in such
agony. We hope she will soon
Grandpa Pearson is feeling
quite badly this week.
Champ's Bonn' Dawg would
not even trail.
| Some of the season's skirts are
said to be only a yard around the
bottom. As for the top, that de-
pends. -Cleveland Leader.
We are making Chiropractic Adjustings
at the place known as the Oberly farm
1-2 mile west and 1 mile north of Cash-
ion. All contracts made between July 11
and August 1 will be discounted. Ex-
amination and Diagnosis FREE. We in-
vite you to call.
DR. J. F. ATWOOD DR. NEVA E. ATWOOD
Harmony ver>' Prett>7 *r<>ve- They froze
I i (i gallons of ice cream before
Plit Sunday school pienie of I
| dinner was ready. I hen such
he Fourth of July was a grand
,p, ' ... a spread. A nice dinner with
access. I here were something '
in*8o present. It was held on Gar eyery kind of picnic dish the farms
creek ori Win Kesler's farm, in a | could produce, besides many oth-
ers. After dinner the time was
spent playing ball, visiting, sing-
ing patriotic songs eating icecream
and drinking lemonade. Every
one seemed to have h jolly good
time, and began early to start
Mrs. Duteher and children, of
Gutlvrie, cousin of the Charvoz
young people, was out to Joe
Charvoz for the Fourth, and staid
several days afterward.
Mrs. Snider is getting a little
better, but still not able to be up
Mrs. Vanderpool has returned
to Guthrie and is taking electric
treatments of Dr. Seiffert. They
think she is improved a little, as
Frank Short came over from
Hennessey today to visit his par-
ents and other relatives.
Prof. McCracken went to King-
judge Cummins was over from
Frank Cole started out in his
car this morning to sell orders
for the National Tea and Coffee
House of Oklahoma City.
To parties wanting wagons or
wagon beds and buggies should
see mine before buying as I can
suit them in price and terms. 1
sell the best wagons made with a
yellow poplar box. See me be-
fore you thresh or buy a new
W. A, Clift.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 11, 1912, newspaper, July 11, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107714/m1/3/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.