The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Entire $30,000,041 Slock of* €loil«iii$
Shoes and Furnishing' Goods
As Purchased by Ed C. Petersen to be
€lose<8 Out At Once
♦ Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Included in Above.
$35.00 to $25.00 Suits and Overcoats, now
22.50 " 18.
17.00 " 15.
12.50 " 10.
Dunlap Hats, Stetson & Edwin Olapp Shoes, Underwear
Shirts, Ties, Etc., all at a Big Saving in Price.
Ed. C. Petersen
Tlirolling' < «al!
We have just received several cars of
McAlester Fancy Lump Coal to do your
threshing. Come in and get your coal or
what Lumber you need, and pay for it
when you thresh. T. A. Montague, Mgr.
lloaitttoia Lumber C«
Wheat Drills, Discs,
11 umps, Pipes, an < I
Tanks and Wind-
mills at special prices.
For Register of Deeds
Mr. G. IS. VanGundy was nom-
inated by the Progressives and
i Republicans for Register of Deeds
j of this county. Mr. VanGundy
is quite well known 111 the county,
having lived in the village of
Dover since 1893. Like a great
many Oklahomans, he came from
Western Kansas, where he was
engaged in the newspaper busi-
j ness, also served as deputy regis-
ter of deeds. At Dover Mr. Van
Gundy was employed fdr a num-
ber of years in the retail lumber
trade, and made a success in this
line. For the past five years he
has served as assistant postmast-
er at Dover.
Van, as he is familiarly called,
is one of the most genial fellows
you meet in many a mile. Me
has a smile and a good word for
everyone. To know him is to tie
to him. There is no question as
to where he will land on Nov. 5.
He has made good in every res-
pect, and that is the kind of of-
ficer the voters are looking for.
Cole &. BorKlund
For State Senator
E. J. Warner
For County Clerk
W. G. Newer
For Register of Deeds
O. S. Van Gundy
For County Attorney
W. B. Blair.
For County Treasurer
S. F. Robinson
For Clerk District Court
(ieo. If. La ins
For County Assessor
P. D. Dakin
For County Judge
John M. Graham
L)r. Houseworth was out from
Guthrie the first of the week.
For Kidney & Bladder Diseases
G. C. Marriott made ;t trip to
School Goods can be had at A.
Hot chilli at A. W. Marriotts.
For a good, clean, self-respect-
ing officer, our present sheriff is
thoroly qualified to fill the bill.
He is one of the cleanest officers
the county has ever had and has
done his duty wherever it was to
be done. He is out for the office
again and it seems that the vot
ers of the county can make the
sheriff's office profitable by elect
ing him again. Who? CLYDE
SMITH. Think the matter ovei
seriously and do the right tiling
for yourself and neighbors. Adv.
T. T Gentry was over from
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912, newspaper, October 31, 1912; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107730/m1/2/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.