The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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IIATFH MADK KNOWN ON APPLICATION
So acres good stock pasture for
rent, with water, 2 miles east of
Cashion. Inquire A. V. Kenoyer J
Constipated? '.V iii s' J axatlve
Tablets. they will o. n put you ngut
again. [Advertisement. ]
Automobiles repaired at Bork-
lund's garage. We also handle
auto repairs and accessories. Jim
Burchett is in charge of the garage
Dr. Miles . ...n> sublets relieve
constipation and ti reby promote tlM
general health. [Advertisenient.J
Farms for Sale, see S. S. Cole,
Seed Squaw Corn; G.T. Stone.
For legal work see S. S.Cole.
For insurance, call on S. S
Coal at Stones' for $4-5° ami
$6.00 a ton.
Hot Chili at Marriott's. Served
as you like it.
G. T. Stone has baled crab)
grass hay for sale.
Real Estate Transfers
By Wood worth & Brown
Kingfisher • :* Oklahoma
See G. T. Stone for coal oil at j
14 and 15c per gallon.
Marriott's Confectionery for
Host Cards—holiday and scenery.
Big Drawing Tablets at almost
your own price at the Drug Store.
I have Page and Lyon Fencing
wire for sale. If farmers want j
it will sell on time. G.T.Stone. I
Klingman Bros., have just re-
ceived a car load of salt. Barrels
100 lbs. 50 and 25 lb. sacks.
r 14 inch Bradley gang plow,
in good shape; a bargain if taken
soon, A. V, Kenoyer. 44 5r
Everybody's Doing It! Doing
What? Reading the Saturday
Evening Post. See Leland Eaton.
Pure Plymouth Rock Hen's
Eggs. Four dollars a hundred.
Setting, 75c. Cashion Phone G-4.
Mrs. H. A. Reynolds.
McGEE TOMATO—1,200 bush-
els per acre, the marvel of this
generation. Send your address
tor full particulars. M. G. Mc-
Gee, San Marcos, Texas. 45 5t.
(crowded out last week.)
Mary E Bowerman & hbd to Mar
garet H Watson, w d 1 3 4 b 48
Thompson's add to Hensy, 250.
E L Burke to Jesse 0 Burke &
wf, q c d, 1-6 int in e 1-2 ne 1-
4 30 198, $—.
Margaret Maupin to Margaret H
Watson, w d, n 22 feet of 15b
48, Thompsons add Hensy 110.
Alonzo F Brown & wf to Jno 11
Bull is, w d, 1-10 acre in ne 1-4
24 '9 7 5 °°-
Chas H jones & wf 10 Geo Jame- 1
son, w d, n 1-2 sec 23 19 9, noo. i
Abraham Paul to A J Fisher, q c
d, 2 traits in sw 1-4 of nw 14
2 17 7, 1.00.
Samuel B Hanna & wf to Oscar
C Hanna, q c d, und 1-3 int in
nw j-4 26 196, 1750.
Justice M Wright et al to F Vogt
& L Schlecht, w d, 1 16 17 b 12
Isaac N Partridge & wf to L T
Melton, w d, se 1-4 of nw 14
and 1 2 and the ne 1-4 of sw 1-4
and 1 3 4 of sec 7 18 8, $1, and
other valuable consideration.
Geo B jones & wf to A H Evans,
vv d, s 1-2 se 1 4 and ne 1-4 of
sec 23 178, $—.
Newton F Jones to Jessie H Jones
q c d, 11 w 1-4 24 19 9, also e 1-2
sw 14 13 19 9* an(J other
Lyda Humphrey & hbd to C E
Jelts, w d, west 74 acres in the
nw 1-44 J7 5> 6°a
q c d, 4 a in se
7, 1 00.
A E Ball to H S Ball, w d, ne 1.4
& e half nw 1.2 1 18 5, 5000.
H S Ball & wf to Fred Givens,
w d, ne 1.4 & e half nw 14 1
18 5, 5000.
H A Adams to S D Peters, w d,
se 1 4 1 176, 3500.
Mary E Grace Meade to Herbert
Pierson, wd, 11256b 15 in
Cherokee add to Hensy, 500.
Daniel Fleming & wf to John 1'
Fletcher, w d, nw 1.4 ne 1-4 '7
16 5, looo.
Frank L Gramlich to Jas H Ilod
gson, w d, 2 27 int in 1 & se I.4
ne I.4 2 16 9, and all of 1 2 and
sw ne I.4 2 16 9, I600.
Charles H Troup to J F Brough
ton, w d, 1 23 b 11 and 1 I4 b 15,
Cherokee add to Hensy, 500.
S W Hogan &- wf to F A Craw
ford, w d, 1456b 2I, Cashion,
Bentley Brown to L F Messman,
w d, se I.4 9 I9 8, 5000.
Ida E Moore & hbd to Exene Ax-
ley, w d, ne I.4 27 18 5, looo
Jas P Smith & wf to Albert 11
Clausing, w d, 1 23 24 b 40 Kfr
Cy, $1, and.
The new spring line of cloth-
ing has arrived at Arky's.-—adv.
„o bu. Black Amber Cane Seed ;
25 bu. Rowden Cotton Seed; ap-
ply to J. C. Kelley, 6 mi. S. of
Cashion ; one and a half SW of
Carbon Paper--We want to
tell the ladies of the community
that we have plenty of good car-
bon paper, any size at the right
price, at The Independent office.
Two Salesmen Wanted
Wanted at once, two more live
salesmen; salary $100 per month
and $100 per month expense ac-
count; headquarters Oklahoma
City or Tulsa; investment $250.
K31 American National Bank
building, OklahomaCity. 46-2t.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen
L E Cain & wf to Geo C Stock
dale, w d, s 1-2 nw 1-4, 1 3 4,
sec 1 15 5, 6000.
T 1 Mryfield & wf to Geo 1) Fos-
1 3 4, sec 18
ter, w d, e 12 sw
'7 735- o r
Carson T McKeever & wf to h &
M Bank, w d, sw 1 4 22 19 7 $1
Geo R Holmes et al to W L Ha-
uler, w d, 18 inches off north
side of lot 8 b 33 Thompsons
add to Hensy, $1.
Frederick Weber & wf to Peter
Weber, w d, n 1-2 nw 1-4 7 16
Arthur Lee & wf to Joseph Lee,
w d, sw 1-4 33 19 6> 75°°-
Benton States to W L Hamer, q
c d, 18 inches off n side 1 8 b33
Thompsons add Hensy, 1.00.
Helen M Rose King to Jno M
King, und half int s 1.2 se 1.4
17 >5 9, w d, i.00.
John W King to Helen M Rose
King, w d, und half int n 1.2
se 1.4 17 l5 9> I O°'
Hattie I) Starkey & hbd to Ira P
Clough, q c d, 4 a in se sw 1.4,
JO 16 7. 1.00.
Cyrus C Clough to Ira P Clough,
Mrs. Hall is very poorly at this
We have decided to have sing
ing every other Sunday night and
will be glad for all the help we
can get. •
John Hall was an Easter visitor
at the Lawson home and brought
Berness a box of popcorn of his
own raising, which was fine.
Mrs. Halstead was quite sick
last week and hardly felt able to
attend the exeicis-es Sunday, but
so much depends on her that she
made an extra effort to come.
Mrs. Datin and Viola Pearson
were visitors at the exercises Sun
day. It seems each time Mrs.
Datin tries to go to church the
wind blows a regular jimmycane.
We were treated to two inches
of rain Sunday night, by govern
meat test, and Monday evening.
The ground is so wet now the
farmers can't get into the fields
for several days, but it will make
the grass come.
Our carrier ran into a bad piece
of road last Tuesday and broke
his buggy, also scattered his mail.
He borrowed a buggy to finish
the trip, and Saturday was treat-
ed to two packages with a dozen
eggs each, so he ate nine Easter
Last Friday was Mr. Nelson's
birthday and his daughter he liv-
es with planned a little surprise
for him by having the near neigh
bors come in and spend the even
ing. They spent the time in vis
iting and eating a nice supper
Mrs. Hobson had prepared for
The wind showed us how it
could blow Easter Sunday, which
was rather hard on the new gowns
and hats. We had 110 Sunday
school—just used the time for
Easter exercises and songs. Mrs
Halstead and son, Lyle, and Hen-
ry Hamil treated us to some splen
did instrumental music, and Rev.
Flemming gave a very interest-
ing address on the life of David
Livingston, so all felt it was
worth the effort to meet together.
We wonder if the groundhog
really saw his shadow.
The beautiful communion ser-
vice at the Catholic church East-
er was very impressive.
Mrs. Kate Casey made business
trip to Edmond Tuesday.
Services every Sunday at the
Christian church in Lockridge.
Marie Kelley came home from
Cashion to spend Easter with her
parents and attend church.
Ed Johnson, of the firm ot
Johnson & Berg, is running his
father's elevator this week.
S. Bocock has been in charge
| of the Farmers' Elevator while A
Com stock was in Oklahoma City
Quite a few people in Lockridge
Saturday in spite of the mud.
Lockridge is a hustling little town.
M. A. and Chas. Obrien and
Phil Casey departed for Foraker,
where they are going to put in a
corn and Kafir crop.
The Misses Beresford and <)
brien and Mrs. Allie Casey clean
ed and decorated the Catholic
church in preparation for the
There was a tacky masquerade
at the home of Bob McKen 11 is 011
St. Patrick's night, given as a
farewell to Chas. Obrien. Every
one had a good time.
The relatives of Will Lenhart
gathered at his home Easter in
memory of his 39th birthday, with
well filled baskets. It was a pleas
ant surprise for him. After din
ner the day was spent in games
and conversation, when all went
home wishing him many more
The event of the season was the
closing of Harry Smith's school
in Dist. No. 1, known as Texas
school, on Mar. 19th. A lovely
program was rendered by the
scholars, consisting of songs, rcc
itations, music, drills and dialogs
The music on violin and organ by
Mose Drake, and Harold and
Lena Lynch was fine, as Harold
and Lena are only I3 and I5 years
old. But the crowning glory was
the dinner brought in by the pat
rons and friends of the school.
Everything known to the culin
ary art was there. Every one
spent a most enjoyable day and
departed wishing Harry many
more years of successful school
work. This is his second term
in Dist. No. One, where he is lik-
ed by evejybody.
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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/m1/3/: accessed July 30, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.