The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1918 Page: 1 of 6
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Remember the Ohaicf Aqua Dates are August 25, 26 and 27.
"KEEPING EVERLASTINGLY AT IT IS BOUND TO BRING SUCCESS."
CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, August 15, 1918
Items of Interest
Mrs. Metz, of Guthrie, is visit-
ing at the P. T. Beutler home
W. L. Webb came in from
Lindsay Wednesday evening.
Herman Arky was a
visitor in our city the
E. G. Allen and family are
moving to Edmond this week
where they will make their fut-
Mr. and Mrs. Long and child-
ren, of Pauls Valley, Okla., visit-
ed over Sunday with their aunt,
Mrs. C., R. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Anderson
have moved into their new home
which they bought of W. F.
Hiram Peckham and family,
of Beaver County, Okla., visit-
ed a few daya the latter part of
last week with his brother Frank
Ben Blehm's barn was destr-
oyed by fire late last Thursday
afternoon. The loss was total
Mr. Blehm as he carried no in-
Mr. and Mrs. Guilliams and
daughter, Vendetta, of Edmond,
visited Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gil-
breath. They are enroute to
Colorado for their daughter's
We are informed that Mrs.
John Robinson, who formerly
lived west of Lockridge, died at
her home in Kansas City last
Wednesday, and that Mr. Rob-
inson has suffered a stroke of
paralysis and is not expected to
W. F. Carroll moved his house
hold goods to Kingfisher Mon-
day. He has accepted a posi-
tion there with a grocery firm.
Bill says he dislikes to leave
Cashion very much, but as he
will draw a larger salary at King-
fisher he thought it best to go.
Cashion people are sorry to lose
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol as they have
proved agreeable people during
their short stay here. Mr. Car-
roll ordered the Independent to
come to his address the next
Boys Leave Today
The following men have been
summond to leave Kingfisher on
August 15, for the state univer
sity at Norman for special train-
Gilmore M. Stratton, Kingfisher
Arthur Stegelman, Kingfisher
Lewis A. Cronkite, Cashion
David Carlton Tice, Kingfisher
Fred J. Somers, Cashion
Notice to Registrants
The members of the Local
Board will not converse with any
registrant in regard to his claim.
All claims must be presented to
the Local Board in writing. Any
and all complaints of unjust
classification must be in writing
and presented to the Board,
which are duly filed and brought
before the Board at their first
meeting thereafter. Any one
who does not conform to the a-
bove fuling wiH violate the S. S.
R. and will be reported as such.
The Legal Advisorp Board will
furnish information in regard to
affidavits and complaints to be
filed with the Local Board. The
government appeal agent, the
county attorney of this county,
will also receive any complaints
of unjust classification.
Harry Lane, Chairman
Wm. G. Newer, Clerk
The Fourth Liberty Loan
The campaign for the fourth
Liberty Loan will begin Sept. 28
and will close October 19. The
result of the loan will be watch-
ed with keen interest in Europe,
not only by our associates in the
war against the Teutonic powers
but by our enemies. It will be
regarded by them as a measure
of the American peoples support
of the war.
A number of registrants have
been ordered to appear before
the local board, at Kingfisher,
for the purpose of submitting
evidence as to their engagement
in non-productive employment.
John Ross returned home
Wednesday from a visit with
relatives in the western part of
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Remember the Chautauqua. Aug. 25. 26. 27.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1918, newspaper, August 15, 1918; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107762/m1/1/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.