The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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bast Bound No. 708 due 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 a. m
20 2 :o^ p. m. 15 7 :47 p. m
46 1:35 p.m. 47 1:35 p. m
For many years I was troubled, in
spite of all so-called remedies I used.
At last I found quick relief and cure
in those mild, yet thorough aud
Adolph Schinsrock, Buffalo, N. Y.
25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
We repeat the warning with
double care and emphasis, and
also re-print the information that
the editor of the Star and Free
Press, of Kingfisher, has been in-
formed that certain parties have
been making hostile threats to-
ward him and menacing him with
great bodily injury. It is with a
spirit ot kindness and brotherly:
love that Editor Ingram warns]
these "certain parties" not to
the Star and Free Prees:
"We are informed that certain
parties have been making hostile
threats towards the editor of the
Star and Free Press and menac-
ing us with great bodily injury.
We can only caution these parties
to weigh well the cost before un-
dertaking to carry out such an
"Only a few years ago we made
a hundred yards in nine seconds
on a rough road, nearly record
time, and a little later we nearly
caused the death of a man who
attempted to assault us. We ran
j him ncarlv three miles and when
( we 'looked around,' we saw him
fall by the wayside utterly defeat-
ed. The do<5ttors said that he
had been driven into 'compound
valvular dislocation of his parotid,
submaxillary and sub-lingual
"We do not desire to pose as a
'bad man from Badville,' and on-
ly caution our enemies to beware!
for what we have done in the past
we can do again. We prefer, of
course, to sleep the sleep of sooth-
ing innocence rather than have
gore (not the Senator) upon our
conscience or to be disturbed by
the wails of the widows and orph-
ans of our ill advised and reckless
"We can assurance these dis
gruntled parties that no hostile
assaults will ever be begun by us,
but on the other hand we will not
'stand' suppinely by when vio-
powers (of locomotion) too well,
so let the other fellow tremble and
start anything, and with our long
acquaintance with him we knowi (fl u
n 'nee when no man purueth .
that he is both capable and com- j
petent, so we echo his u.uning. Cotton ('ws<'s Como (Jp
He is a man of his word and if After Legislature
molested will "carry out such an j The cases against W. H. Coyle
undertaking" as he says. We and other fadtors, of Guthrie,
hope none of our friends would charged with violating the Okla-
get themselves mixed up in adeal homa anti trust law in the ginn-
of the kind, for if they do we jng of seed and purchase of cot-
know that they would "fall by ton, will be set for trial in the
the roadside utterly defeated. Logan county district court the
Being tender-hearted we advise first term following adjournment
the "certain parties" never to as- Gf the legislature. Attorney
sault an editor if they expedt to j General West announced today
look like anything the next day, he would not be able to reach the
for no editor cares to have his cases until that time.—Guthrie
"conscience disturbed by the Leader.
wails of the widows and orphans
of his ill-advised and reckless vic-
tims." Nothing but a natural
born foot-raccr could defeat Ed,
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()ur third order for
these splendid Rock-
ers has gone to the
factory. Surely the
people are realizing
more and more the
magnitude of our
generous offering —
many have asked 11s
how much longer
would we continue
to give these Rock-
ers away. This we
don't know, but due
and timely notice
will be given.
Our new Fit/. Work Clothing is in
stock and ready for your inspedtion.
Fitz Overalls, Pants and Shirts are
as good as can be made and best of
all - cost no more than the ordinary
kinds. We will be glad to show you
this excellent line; besides, "If it is
a Fitz it fits.
We have just ,re-
ceive, d a new scock
of these cefebrat-
ed Corsets in the
latest spring tnod-
■n els. You will find
the kinds we sell
for $1.00 and $1.50
superior to those
usually sold in
high price city
Rust Proof Cor-
sets correft figure
faults and give
We also sell a
good corset for 7 5c
;■ fcfc .•
Our Spring Line of Wool Clothing.
0 $25.00 and $30.00 $
0 Pure All Wool **
0 SiaHsuiiri S
0 Overcoats ^
0 Made to measure--
0 $ 1 5.00 makes you the best dressed man in town
Come in and see
our advanced styl-
es for spring. Let
us show you these
classy Spring Fab-
rics. Come where
To suffer from Skin Diseases
(Itch, Eczema, Ringworm, etc.)
; when one box of "Hunt's Cure"
and knowing his virtues perfedlly j js positively guaranteed to cure
he has great and just confidence or your money promptly refund-
ed. Every retail druggist in the
in defeating, if necessary, any ! state stan(J's behind thT8"guarantee
former record. Beware!!! We Ask your druggist and see the
re-print the following by this ver- guarantee with each box. You
(Ion t risk anything in giving it a
satile editor in his last issue of trial.—adv.
Col. fl>. F. Fakins
Have had experience. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed. For
sale dates see Farmers State
Bank, or Phone 152 R Line,
Cashion, Okla., my expense.
Col. A. T. liiclismlsoii
I will cry sales for one per
cent. Phone 31
Reference: Any one I have
cried a sale for.
* Trade; Marks
Anyone sanding a sketch Hid description tiihv
qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether n:i
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913, newspaper, March 27, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107746/m1/2/: accessed September 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.