The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 7 of 8
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G. L. Anderson, CUissl^acier.
Preaching—Alternately each .Sal
bath 11 a. rn., 8 p. in.
E. O. Davenport, Pastor.
m. e. church
ti Sundays of each month, both morn
ins and evening. All are invited.
A. G. Williamson, Pastor.
free methodist church | Beware of Ointments for
Sabbath school 10:0ft a .m.
! Catarrh That Contain i
Mrs. Erinina Washburn, Supt. I Mprcllrv
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m destroy •
Class—Each alternate Sabbath 11 as mercury Will SU e>
the sense of *mell and completely ,
! derange the whole system * i'->
1 entering it thru the mucous sur-
faces Such articles should never
be used except on prescriptions
m. e. church | from reputable physicians, 'l*
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 damage they will do IS ten °
, ni., preaching every second and four- | Q(j yOU can possibly del
. _ . month, both morn them Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J- Cheney &
Co , Toledo, O., contains no mer-
cury, and is taken internally, act-
ing directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system.
In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be j
sure you get the genuine. ' 1s ,
taken internally and made in 1 o- :
ledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & uo.
Testimonials free. ;
Sold by Druggists. Price 7 5c ,
per bottle. f
Take Hall's Family 1 ills for
Go to the
Houston Lumber Company
Lumber, Coal and I o?vt>.
They always have the Best.
T. A. Montague, Mgr. |
Wants Party Gain
The Oklahoma's lawmakers are
a "wise lot of geesers."
Among other ridiculous things
that they have been guilty of was
that of frittering away time last
week on a proposed open season
for killing quail.
The fa(5l that much time was
spent in debating the pro et con,
et cetra of the question, was not
so surprising within itself, but
with the light of transpiring
events, with which the legislature
should keep pace, the lawmakers
must appear in a very ludicrous
attitude before the general public.
One of the late a&s of congress
passed up to President Taft for
his approval, and signed by him,
was a law protefting the quail the
year round and naming a severe
penalty for the killing of that and
many other insectivorous birds
invaluable to the farmer in de-
vouring irisefts and destroying
the seeds of noxious weeds.
Many good dollars of the tax-
payers were absorbed by the time
put into the debate in the propos-
ed open season for killing quail,
when, as a fadt, the matter pad
been taken out'of their hands and
settled for every state in the
Union several weeks before.
The solons had evidently been
so busy figuring out individual
ind party advantage interests in
The measure doing away with
the Logan county high school
passed and will become a law in
9o days.—Guthrie Leader.
The Mother's Favorite
A cough medicine for childien
should be harmless. it should
be pleasant to take. It should be
effectual. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is all of this and is the
mother's favorite everywhere.
For sale by All Dealers —adv.
Built the House
He Was Born In
The other day a boy in a near
by school was asked to write a ]
composition on Lincoln He fiist
gave a beautiful eulogy on his
rise from obscurity and poverty,
to that of fame, and among other
interesting things he said: "Lin-
coln was born in a rude log cabin,
which he had helped his father to
build."—Mt. Park Herald.
: As the Season will soon be at;
: band. When you are ready for :
: your Bills, come in and let, us ;
: figure with you. We are equip- ;
: ped to do this work on short no-;
j tice. Call and see us. :
: Marriott's Confectionery •
Hot and Cold Sodas
Hot Chili and Confections
The drink you like, served as you like it.
WrnrtmiHand Pump WorK
All work Guaranteed. •
J. H. SHORT-
Hunt's Cure rapidly _ destroys
Itch, Ringworms, Itching Piles,
Eczema, Tetter and like troubles
Under its influence the diseased
and party auvauiag^ cuticle scales off leaving a smoo i
lU.rietin^ eleaion grabbing white, healthy siun in its place. ,
redisricting, eiec wonderful remedy and only 5°
wnue, ..«• •
•other fellows" | A wonderful remedy and only 50c
- I a box. — adv.
in the fair and state capital deals
and "doing" the
that they were oblivious to
else.—El Reno American.
Best Known Cough Remedy
For forty-three years Dr. king's
New Discovery has been Known
thruout the world as the most re-,
liable cough remedy. Over three
million dollars were used last year
Isn't this proof? It will get rid
of your cough, or we will refund
your money, j. J, Owens, of
Allendale, S. C., writes the way
bundreds of others have done:
•'After twenty years, 1 find that
Dr. King's New Discovery is the
best remedy for coughs and colds
Public Sales a
Phone for at
in y expense
Call 271 or
hi 1-2 West
Res: 1 mile
so. on Divi-
uicy ui - 1 sion. Terms: 1 per cent with an
"Keeping everlastingly at it is ; Eight Dollar Minimum.
bound to bring success."
a11! The secret of success is con
stancy of purpose.—Disraeli
B>1*. in. W
ff Guthrie, will be at the old Dr.
Raymond office in Cashion, the
last Monday in each month an<
remains all week, (jet an ap
pointment early in the week.
castor 1 a
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
nai i have ever used. Vor
couehs or colds and all throat and
lnne troubles, it has no equal,
joe and $1.00 at All Druggists.-
According to the Chickasha Ex-
press "Sons of the Revolution"
constitute a very large order in
Mexico and that some of them
are sons of several revolutions.
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s. S. Cole
Farm Loans, Real Estate,
and Insurance. Insures
Farm and City Property.
Office E. Side Main Street
Physician and Surgeon
Day phone 25; night phone 44-
All calls promptly answered day
and night. Office two doors south
-of Post Office.
The Saturday Evening Post
Chicago Blade and Ledgei
St. Louis Globe Democrat
St. Louis Republic
The Country Gentleman.
All of the above are 5c eacn.
Women who have headache sh0"^
„,eD™ Miles' Anti-Pain Pills and avoid
For relief B- '« <*£ J™
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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/m1/7/: accessed September 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.