The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1912 Page: 4 of 10
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East Bound No. 708due 1:09 p.m.
West " No. 707 " 2:05p.m.
These trains are daily.
J. B. Plum, Agent
Navina R. R. Time Card
Ft Smith & Western
East Bound West Bound
No. Time No. Time
16 8:05 a. m. 19 8:05 p. m
20 2 :o7 p. m. 15 7:47 P- m
46 1:35 p. m. 47 1 :.?5 P* m
■>, . U. W. tt l ATT
of Guthrie, will be at the old Dr.
Raymond office in Cashion, the
fourth Monday in each month and
remains all week. Get an ap-
pointment early in the week.
J. It. POLIiOCK
Physician and Surgeon
Day phone 25; night, phone 44-
All calls promptly answered day
and night. Office two doors south
of Post Office.
I will beat your carpets,
scrub your floors, help
clean house, mow your
vards or do any kind of
odd jobs at reasonable
price. Call on
C'ol. A. T. IU«*ltar«lsoii
I will cry small sales for
$5.00, and large sales in pro-
portion. See either bank for
dates. I can furnish assist-
ance if necessary. Phone 31
O. K. l^illie
For Dates see First Nation-
al Bank, or Farmers State
Bank, Cashion, Okla.
The Barber Shop
where you get shaved, hair-
cutted, shampooed, and ton-
icked. Give me a call.
It A T II S
Mrs. I)r. Wachtel and daughter
have returned from a delightful
visit in Oklahoma City and Nor-
Miss Pearl Cupp is attending
the Oklahoma Methodist Univers-
ity at Guthrie, and has already
become an enthusiastic student
of that popular institution.
Mrs. Haberman has purchased
lots and is now laying plans for
the building of a new hotel in 1
the near future.
Judge Farr is busier than a pup
wit a rubber shoe lining up the
Bull Moose forces of Seward town :
ship. He says that he has about
all inside Teddy's corral, but Doc
Wachtel and Col. Howard who,
realizing their liability of being
run have taken to the tall timber.
We have sold our Seward store
to Mr. M. S. Bowlby, and desire
to take this opportunity to thank
the good people of Seward for
their generous patronage, and to
bespeak for our friend Millard a
continuance of the kindly treat-
ment given 11s.—H. R. Canfield.
Elmo Wilson, our genial mail
carrier, had a public sale the 24th
ult., preparatory to moving to
Frank Geddes, of Bartlesville,
is home with a bad case of rheu-
matism trying mother's treat-
ment. We are pleased to report
him as improving.
Mrs. Edminister and her daugh-
ter. Rachel, are succeeding splen-
didly in keeping up the reputa-
tion of the Navina Hotel as be-
ing one of the best in the coun-
Dr. A. J. Boyd has located at
Holdenville, Okla., where his
family will follow him in a few-
Allen Dickenson has rented the
Samuel Greenleaf farm for next
Rev. E. E. Story and wife have
moved back to Guthrie Lieie
they will reside during the pres-
ent school year. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Story will attend the Okla-
homa Methodist University.
Clarence Seyller has just fin-
ished threshing 70 acres of wheat
that yielded about 14 bushels to
the acre, and 40 acres of oats that
went about 25 bushels, and now
has 90 acres of good corn that he
thinks is good for 35 to 40 bushels
to the acre, and Clarence is step-
ping high and wearing the smile
that won't come off.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
AVfcgetable Preparation for As
ling (he Stomachs antlBowclsof
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
ness and Rest.Contalns neither
Opium.Morphitie nor Mineral
utilise Seed *
Anerfect Remedy for CcmsBpa-
t ion, Sour Stomach.DlarrUoca
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
ixcss and Loss OF SLEEP.
fac Simile Signature of
The Centaur CompabT.
At(> months old
35 Doses -35^ewts
Exact Copy of Wrapper
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY
Water has positively no effect on
It sheds the wet just like the proverbial
Lck's back. On the other hand, water decays
d style roofings. Isn't it worth while to have
of which in ten years will be as good as it is
today? Isn't it worth while to make the saving
that is possible if you buy PEERLESS? It is
worth a dozen ordinary roofs by every test.
Come ill and see a sample. Ask for free booklet describing ARCOTILE.
ArKansas Lumber Co.
In flying over the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Triplett a few
weeks ago tipped its basket a lit-
tle too much to one side and let |
fall a fine 11 -pound boy who lit I
right in the Triplett home. Jesse |
and his wife were so well pleased
they decided to keep the little
Geo. Ricker and A. M. Bass
had the misfortune last week to
lose about 125 bushels of wheat
by fire, which caught in the stack
while being threshed, and before
the fire could be controlled it
spread to the separator, which
was likewise consumed. These
gentlemen have our sympathy in
W- R Howard took two coops
of his prize chickens to the State
Fair and mixed them up with
about twelve hundred other tine
birds, and came home witn ti
whole handful of winning rib-
bons. Hats off to Howard and
I have a lot of Peruvian Brand
Van Zant Binding Twine on hand
which I am selling at 8c. '1 his
twine is guaranteed as good as
any Standard manufactured. Call
and and get what you want while
it is on hand. G. T. Stone.
For Rheumatism & Gout
U IK). W. <« A I IM.Y
CI TIIIUH, OKI,A.
Public Sales a
Phone for at
m y expense
Call 271 or
111 1-2 West
Res: 1 mile
so. on Divi-
sion. Terms: 1 per cent with an
Eight Dollar Minimum.
FOR SALE OR RENT—My
house and block. Frice $550.0°.
Send application or offer direct to
C. H. Stull, Redlands, Calif. 24
For legal work, see S. S. Cole
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1912, newspaper, October 10, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107727/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.