The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 6 of 8
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Best for Skin Diseases
On corner across from Borklimd s
Hardware in Cashion, Ok la., on
Sat., Mar. 29,
Beginning at 1 o'clock p. in., the fol-
lowing described personal property.
I cow and calf,
1 Jersey heifer, 3 yrs old, be
fresh in May,
I Duroc Jersey boar, wt 100,
1 Poland China male hog,
I farm wagon,
1 set work harness,
1 single buggy,
1 wagon and rack,
1 two-seated surrey,
1 Georgia stock and 30-inch
1 walking plow,
And many other articles.
snow storms in the west, and
great floods in the east, it is start
ing in on spring with tornadoes
in the northern and southeastern
states and snow storms in Okla-
homa. Rev. Hicks, of St. Louts,
the world's greatest weather
prophet, predicted all this in his
i913 almanac, which we received
last December. According to his
forecasts it will be both well and
wise to heed them and be ready
for anything in the way of freak
storms. Some people make light
of this weather prophet and say
he can't tell. Hicks does tell.
If a fellow sits down and figures
out a storm by the sun, moon and
stars for a certain day and hour
over a given area, it happens,
you begin to think he can tell.
The way Hicks figures it out is
just as easy for him to tell when
a storm is going to come over a
given area, as it is to tell j'ou the
day, hour, minute and second the
next eclipse is going to happen.
Scarfing, by the yard. for table
and dresser runners, at Arky's.
One of the worst snow storms
of the winter began falling Tues-
day night and continued all day
Wednesday. This storm was
preceded by heavy rains.
Nearly every sKin disease yields
quicKly and permanently to Buck
len's Arnica Salve, and nothing
is better for burns or bruises.
Soothes and heals. John Deye,
of Gladwin, mich., says, arter
suffering twelve years with skin
ailment and spending $400 in doc
tor's bills, BucKlen's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help you.
Only 25c. Recommended by All
Term*: All sums of $10.00, and under, cash; all sums
over $10.00, a credit till September 1, 1913, will be given,
purchaser to give note with approved security bearing 10
per cent interest from date of sale. 5 per cent discount
will be given on all cash sums over $10.00. All property
must be settled for either by cash or note before removed
from place of sale.
All parties who have not been seen and have anything
to sell are requested to bring it on above date and it can
be disposed of.
Cashion Commercial Club
Col. A. T. Richardson, Auctioneer. S. W. Hogan, Clerk.
The Cause of Rheumatism
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and
deranged Kidneys are the cause
of rheumatism. Get your stom-
ach, liver; Kidneys and bowels in
healthy condition by taking Elect
ric Bitters, and you will not be
troubled with the pains of rheu-
matism. Charles B. Allen, ^ a
school principal, of Sylvania, Ga.
I who suffered indescribable torture
I from rheumatism, liver and stom
I ach trouble and diseased Kidneys,
i writes: "All remedies failed un-
til I used Electric Bitters, but
■ four bottles of this wonderful
I remedy cured me completely,
maybe your rheumatic pains come
from stomach, liver and Kidney
troubles. Electric Bitters will
you prompt relief. 50c and $1.
Recommended by All Druggists.
Cashion School Notes
Several were absent Wednes-
day on account of the snow storm.
For Common School Diplomas,
Thursday and Friday, April 10th
and 1 ith.
Examinations will be held at
the following places-
Co. Supt's. office, Kingfisher;
School building, Hennessey ;
" " Cashion;
" 44 Dover;
" " Okarche;
" " Lacey;
Excelsior school house (in Ex-
celsior township), Dist. No 66;
Spring Valley school house,
Dist. No. 20.
Examination begins at 8130 and
closes at 4:30 each day.
Papers must be written in ink
and not folded.
To pass, a pupil must make an
average grade of 75 per cent with
no grade below 60 per cent.
Gradt-s of 85 percent and above
may be retained.
Examination fee, 50c.
GEO. E. MOORE,
Embroideries and bandings of
all descriptions for dresses and
ruffles at Arky's. adv
door and loaded it down
The Free Methodists made a
very successful Easter sutpiise
on their pastor and family last
week. The women got together
and with their donations and that
oiven by their friends loaded E.
VV. Pickett's auto and went in the
parsonage unexpectedly and load
ed the table with many nice
things. At the close of the Sun-
day evening service at Bethel,
while the pastor was telling some
of the brethren about the surprise
one of the sisters called attention
of the preacher to a fine collection
"of the best of the land" they had
colledted together before the ser-
vice and covered by their lap
robes and overcoats. They or
d ered his buggy brought to the
Come in now and fit up your
family in their summer footwear
Some of the worst storms hnown
probably the worst because of the
extent they covered, in the way
of tornadoes, have occurred with-
in the past two weeks. The states
of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee
and Louisiana were the first re-
ported to suffer great damage to
lives and property, this storm
covering a large area. Last Sun-
day reports of same character
come from even a larger area, as
terrific tornadoes visited parts of
Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa
Illinois and Indiana, with a great
loss of lives and prosperity. The
weather conditions for 1913 have
been remarkable, bold and de-
structive. Beginning with great
The rankings of the pupils for
the seventh month will be given
Jake Arky visited the High
School department last Tuesday
Elbert Stoner is still out of
school because of an attack of
It is hoped that every pupil
will take advantage of this last
school month. We are all tired,
but the end is near.
The graduates of the Tenth
Grade have completed their com-
positions which they will deliver
Friday, April 18th.
Pres. Evans, of Edmond State
Normal, will be here commence-
ment week to deliver an address.
Everybody in this vicinity should
hear Mr. Evans.
Pretty wash silk patterns just
arrived at Arky's.—ad.
The winter storm Wednesday
morning certainly knocked the
sox off our spring editorial last
Bring all your eggs and get the
best market price at Arky's. ad
We have been advertising in
our own paper for certain kinds
of job work. This year we have
received more of this class of
work than in any year we have
been here. It pays to advertise
because it brings business, but
there are people in this village
who won't advertise. Of course
they don't want the business or
they would ask for it—and get it.
Uriah Jones, Hezekiah Brown
and John Peter Smith all say fhat.
Hunt's Lightning Oil stops Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism and other
pains. Just try a 50c or 25c bot-
tle from"your druggist.— adv.
At Rector's Hall, in Cashion
Is putting on some good shows
with the best reels of moving pic
ture films that can be had, in the
way of Comedies and Dramas, and
will be with us several weeks.
They have their own ele6tric plant
and these pidtures are as good as
any seen in the City. You are
cordially invited to come and
bring your family.
A small Admission Charged.
For constipation, Chamberlain's
Tablets are excellent. Easy to
take, mild and gentle in effect.
Give them a trial. For sale by
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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/m1/6/: accessed September 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.