The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1912 Page: 6 of 10
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1. O. O. F, Cashion Lodge No. 1">0,
meets every Tuesday night of each
month «in Odd Fellows' Hall.
Chas. Helms, N. G.
Niel Nissen, Sec.
A I1' Air A. M., Cashion Lodge No. 16N, i
meets 2nd and 4th Saturday nixhts
of each month in Masonic Hall.
W. S. Cole, W. M.
Ed. Owens, Sec.
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o E. S, Arema Chapter No. 69,
lttS meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday
of each month in Masonic Hall.
Mrs. Nellie Hogan, W. M.
Mrs. Beryl Sulzer, Secy.
W. O. W\, Lodge meets 2nd and 4th
Saturday nights of each month in
Odd Fellows' Hall.
J. Free, C. C.
S. W. Hogan, Clerk.
M W. A., Downs Camp No. 7152, meets
1st and 3rd Saturday nights of each
month in Masonic Hall.
G. C. Eschwig, V. C.
Avery Wight, Clerk.
Kebeccah Jewel Lodge No. 13. meets
every 1st and 3rd Saturdaay nights
of each month in Odd Fellows'
Mrs. Joe. Flohr, N. G.
Winna Walton, Sec.
Koyal Neighbors, Cashion Camp No.
2570, meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday
nights of each month in Masonic
Mrs Alvin Cornwell, Oracle.
Mrs. C. C. Cornforth, Rec.
Cashion School Notes
Lula King, a former pupil, was
a visitor recently.
Miss Bertha Webb visited the
1 school lust Thursday.
Minnie and Sylvia Clift joined
the Eighth Grade ranks Monday.
Frank and Robert Hammond,
Roy Re6tor, and Isabel Fry have
been absent this week.
The many friends of Johnny
Crawford were glad to see him
in school Monday morning.
Elsie Cornforth and Okla Mc-
Govern entered school Monday
swelling the Eighth Grade to 26,
the largest class in school.
The first month's work reveals
the following fadts concerning
the rank of the pupils:
First Rank Second Rank
Marguerite Smith Wilford Cole
Elsie Grace luanita Barnard
Second Grade •
Harry Sulzer Velma Mclntirej J
Helen Hogan •
Third Grade •
Mary Heim Raymond Beck
Pearl Plum *
Fourth Grade •
Michael Storin Albert Sulzer! •
' Fifth Grade J
Eddie Moore Bessie Vancuren ' *
Sixth Grade •
Orville Fields James Storin 1 •
Seventh Grade •
Anna Heim Leland Eaton 1 •
Lula Anderson •
Eighth Grade J
Ernest Heim Jessie Kendrick J
Ester Heim J
To be able to rank 'first is some |
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thing to be proud of.
rank first this month?
Clean old papers at this office
| for sale at 5 c the package.
Yeomen Lodge, meets every 2nd and
4th Thursday nights of each month in
ri. A. Martin, Foreman.
Rhoda Morris, Cor.
Farmers' Union meets every 2nd and
4th Monday nights of each month in
Odd Fellows' Hall
J. E. Calhoun, Pres.
Ed. Owens, Sec.
City Council of Cashion meets 1st
Monday night of each month in S.
S. Cole's office.
S. B. Stewart, Pres.
S. S. Cole, Clerk.
Mr. Kinyan had a very sick
horse the first of the week.
Miss Florence Hopkins is at-
tending school at Lockridge.
Joe and Effie Heirington re-
turned from Kansas Saturday.
Minnie and Sylvia Clift started
to school at Cashion last Monday.
Silver Ridge school began last
Monday with Floyd Lynch as
teacher. Twenty-one pupils are
Clarence Moran lost about 40
tons of Kafir corn fodder by a
fire caused by a Rock Island loco-
Okla McGovern, near Reeding,
is staying with Grandpa and
Grandma Short and is attending
DeWitt Atwood, of Idaho, is
visiting with his parents, J. L.
Atwood and wife, and his broth-
ers, Joe and Will.
Lots of people of this vicinity
were in Cashion Tuesday hearing
an address by Hon. Bird S. Mc-
Guire, congressman from this
Chas. Johnston and Miss Cecil
Bowhay were united in marriage
at the home of the bride's par-
ents last Wednesday evening on
October 2nd, Rev. Atwood offici-
ciating. Hearty congratulations.
Sunday school was splendidly
We had a nice rain this locality-
H. H. Daniels, Mrs. Noble and
Mrs. Halstead visited Mr. Flem-
mings, near Betel, the past week.
Mrs. Halstead's class of young
people are planning to organize
the class next Sunday, then they
will be ready for systematic work.
Rev. Flemming and daughter,
Finis, were with us again Went
home with Morris Ross, but he
could not be here for evening.
Was called out in the country to
marry a couple.
Mr, Kesler's are planning to
move back to Guthrie next week
so the children can attend school
to better advantage. They have
been driving in from the farm
Miss Swart had a bad fall Sat-
urday. The chair slipped with
her and injured her side. She
was able to be up a little while
Sunday. Was not feeling quite
so well Monday.
"The Liver Pi!!s act
So Naturally and
Such a statement, coming from
the cashier of a bank, shows what
confidence responsible people have
in these pills. Mr. A. L. Wilson
after trying them wrote:
"I have used Dr. Miles' Nerve
and Liver Pills and also your
Anti-Pain P1113, on myself, with
good results. The Liver Pills
act so naturally and so easily
that I scarcely know that I
have taken a pill. Frequently
being troubled with headache I
take an Anti-Pain Fill and gat
immediate relief in every case."
A. 1,. Wilson, Sparta, 111
Mr. Wilson was for a number
of years cus'aier of the First
National Bank of Sparta.
Nerve and I^ivar PiHs
are different from others. Many
k.ind.> of liver pills are "impossible"
after one trial on account of their
harshness. Dr Miles' Nerve and
Liver Pi.Is do not act bysheer force
but in an easy, natural way, with-
out griping or undue irritation.
They are not habit forming.
If the first bottle fails to benefit, your
druggist vviil return the price. Ask him.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, \ni.
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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/m1/6/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.