The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1913 Page: 3 of 7
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free method.st church Recapitulation
Sabbath school 10:00 a .m. r i
Mrs. Ermina Washburn, Supt. i Of The First National Bank
Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 8 p. m ! of Cashion, Oklahoma,
Class—Each alternate Sabbath n I close of business. Feb. 4, '9*3
Loans and Discounts $ SH, 128 56
G. I- Andt-rsxn, Claasleader.
Preaching—Alternately each Sab
bath 11 a. m., R P- m.
E. O. Davenport, Pastor.
m. e. church
Sunday School every Sunday at 10
a. m„ preaching every second and four-
th Sundays of each month, both morn
ing and evening. All are invited.
A. G. Williamson, Pastor.
j U. S. Bunds
j Other Bonds
I Banking House, Fur-
niture and Fixtures
' CASH AND SIGHT
Go to the
Houston Lumber Company
If you need a Cream Separator
see Borklund. He handles the
Are you going to buy a Lister ?
See Borklund—he has them and
will sell them right.
There is nothing that gives so
quick benefit as Hunt s Light-
ning Oil. The very minute it is
rubbed on the improvement is
noticed. For over thirty years
this liniment has been acknowl-
edged to be the best for these
troubles. Every druggist will
recommend it. Price 25c and 50c
Surplus and Undivid
Total— $160,040 10
$ 25,000 00
Coal and Posts.
They always have the Best.
T. A. Montague, Mgr.
IIor§6 sum! lb ills :
9 7 5 2 01
The above statement is correct.
S. W. HOG AN, Pres.
in the earth are sometimes heard
before a terrible earthcjuaKe, that
warn of the coming peril. Na-
ture's warnings are Kind. That
dull pain or ache in the bacK
warns you the Kidneys need at-
tention if you would escape those
dangerous maladies, Dropsy, Di- j
abetes or Bright's Disease. laite
Electric Bitters at once and see
bacKache fly and all your best
feelings return. "my son re-
ceived great benefit from their
their use for Kidney and bladder
trouble,'' writes Petei Blond},
South RocKvvood, mich." "It is
certainly a great Kidney medicine.'
Try it. 50c cents at All Drug-
Real Estate Transfers
By Wood worth & Brown
As the Season will soon be
hand. When you are ready
your Bills, come in and let
figure with you. W e are equip
peel to do this work on short no-
tice, Call and see us.
We carry a complete line
of Fresh and Salt Meats.
A good line of Smoked
Meats and Sausages. Fish
and Oysters in Season.
Cash paid for Hides. See
us for Pure, Home-rend-
ered Lard. Shop open
Sundays from 7 to 10
o'clock a. m.
I Still In the Ring for 1913 j
• With three Registered Black Jacks for •
J breeding purposes. I
I Full Filler heads the list. J
J These Jacks will make the Season of ;
I 1913 at my barn one-half mile north of ;
• Cashion Depot. ;
*• G. L. Anderson \
A C Aborn to Ori Bichler, q c d,
Windmill and Pump WorK
I am prepared to do all kinds of Windmill and Pump
WorK short notice; als Pipe Work and Plumbing.
All work Guaranteed. : . •
Phone A-4. :: J- H. SHORT.
Methodist Minister Recom-
Rev. James A. Lewis, milaca,
minn., writes: "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been a wel-
come and needed guest in our
home for a number of years. I
highly recommend it to my fel-
lows as being a medicine worthy
of trial in cases of colds, coughs
and croup." Give Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy a taial and we are
confident you will find it very of-
fectual and continue to use it as
occasion requires for years to
come, as many others have done.
For sale by All Dealers, adv.
B F Wenstrom to C L Wagner, w
d, nw 14 5 16 6, 4000.00.
Cherokee Town & Land Co to 11
C Fitch, w d, 1 32 33 b 13,
Cherokee Add to Hen's'y 30.00.
Wm Stalks & wf to H C Fitch, w
d, und int in nw 1-4 2 3 J9 8<
W J Gordon to H C Fitch, w d,
1 22 23 b 43, Hen's'y, 300.00.
J W Gramlich to J H Hodgson, q
c d, 1 1 & se 1-4 of ne 1 4 of 2
16 9, 50.00.
U S to L N Hobbs, patent, se 14
11 10 5, $ •
L M Covey & hbd to II C Fitch,
e 1-2 of se 1-4 10 17 6, 2500.00.
I W Wallace to I F Crow, w d,
1 6 b 13, Okarche. 90.00.
Hattie Cole & hbd to J Piggott,
w d, tradt in e 1-2 of e 1-2 of
nw 1-4 10 19 1, 4° acres, 775-°°
L K Wilson & hbd to J T May-
strick, w d, nw 1-4 *5 '9 5
Ida Bell Connor to John Kelley,
w d, 1 11 12 b 13, Kft cy, 75.60.
To be given in Rector's Hall in Cashion Monday Night
Marr-Vi 17 Music: Cashion Symphony Orchestra,
jyiarcn I / • A prize of $2.00 will be given tor the
best couple appearing on floor; $1.00 for second best.
See G. T. Stone for coal oil at
14 and 15c per gallon.—adv.
■Everybody Cordially Invited
i I la r«I *
Good Brands Cigars in Stock
.1 . K. C 1.1 FT, Proprietor
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1913, newspaper, February 27, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107742/m1/3/: accessed July 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.