The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEB 11, 1009.
TurKrTrilton:.,^Nmn',%' "" °rlM:e Harmou is on the sick
I HE FAR^tRS' SI ATE BANK list and under the care of I)r.
A r CASHION,
In the State or i) ,Ih1ijiii i, at Iho clai3 of bin
lne«i. r irimry (got),
it ■?? ritTuoK-i
(I lit" I unts |p\W!5 7.
o ririi#s. Mt* rcil cotton and ^rait
l**iu from bank*
Cheeks and nth.-r easU Itoius
hxeianjres f• r clearing house
Cash i.i bank
Rev. Prye, of Cashion, visit-
ed at the home of W. II. Her
rington last Friday.
M. inters, who has been at-
1UI a i
.•i.bm .-,41 tending court as juror in Kinj,
fisher, returned home Wednes
TOTAL 812.774 54
Capital stock paid hi lu.000 00
Undivided profit*. less expcn e- and
taxes paid 2*9 £t
Individual deposits subjest to caeck 2*,;iiJ 87
Demand certiUoa:cs of dep >slt 2, lift C4
'I Imo certificate'>f doposlts 1.1MU oo
TOTAL $42,774 54
State of Ok'ahoma. county of Klngfisli *r, ss:
I, MKIA ILLE CAIM'KIt. Cashier of the a-
tiove named llaulc, d > solemnly swear that the
nl ove statement is truo to tli • best of my
knowledge and belief, so help mo God.
MKLVILLB CAKTEK. Cushier
Subscribed and sworn lo before in? this .V.h
• f February, IVji),
K S. f?OLK,
My commission expires Ja iu >ry J. CJlo
M. K Wood wort I) J
DA «'ass I 'mt i /•Directors
AJrivillt* Carter I
Alvin Cornwell and wife vis-
ited with W. H. Herrington and
family Sunday. Mrs. Cornwell
is a sister of Mrs. E. S. Walton.
M. Winters and wife and
Blanche spent Tuesday even-
ing with W. H. Herrington and
K. C. and Neal Harmon re-
ceived a telegram from Burton,
jOkla., that their mother was
J wans on<i discounts
Overdrafis, secured (cotton, irraioi
Furniture and fixtures
''ash and sijflit exchange
M A 111 I *^1133
I'ndivided pr li s
* .ie above tif-a« ui/ f is correct.
dying and they left for that
place where she was buried
—By Peeled Garlic
Obituary of U. S. Webb
found a.place I liked as well
as Cashion, Okla. If you st-e
fit to publish, you may do so.
With best regards and success
to all, will close.
o. W. philbkook.
JJew Train Service for Cashitiu
Our new train service, which
went into effect Sunday, and
which we take upon ourselves
to publish for the benefit ot our
patrons, is as follows:
West BOl'N I>
No. 7;il 9:50 a. m. Passenger.
No. 749 ii;"ij p. m. Mixed.
No. 71b 7:20 a. m. Mixed.
No. 7."i2 12:20 p. m. Pass'g'r.
All carry passengers.
(Too late for last week)
X $30.00 talkTnoT machine FREE I
Joe Herrington returned home
Monday after a tour week's vis-
it at Wellington, Peck, Bell
Plaine, Conway Springs,
i^ifii. „ f - r i r Cheney, Whichita and Kingman
1' Ifth son of a family of seven , .
j._ , ... . . i Kansas, among relatives and
. 1 I
children born to Abraham and
Elizabeth Webb; was born Aug.
|9, ls(H5, age 12 years, 5 months,
Ml IK) I
i inn rj days.
:n.T:w 82 He united in marriage to
541 Ellen Howard, Feb. 1900; to
fw.oro uo| this union was born two sons
/.'I ® | and two daughters; he was step- atives ;
—! father to one son and two! ^a'tun
*42,774 M 1
..... 'daughters. His mother and |
yviii KOAHTrnt, <-o.hiar. j two brothers preceeded him to
H:? above ban;f «. )winrf ovjr $3^,000 on no-' fiwl i j tt
IKi.it has only boon open for business *lii3i> ~re<lt OejOlld. He WaSCOn-l
octobei-is, hum. uni.jh i!> ft spioui a showing | verted and united with the I
lor such a new Institullon i ,, , • . , , ,
,-r j Baptist chuich a few years ago. |
He leaves to mourn his loss a
loving- wile, seven fatherless
'■'uldren, an aged father, step-
mother, eight brother, three
sisters, and many relatives and
A large concourse cf svmpa-
Premlums 23,000 flo L'ndlvld nrulits :) 603 10' n • • r ■ i , ,, 1
IfoaiMt,,tc. , thiziug- friends followed the re
Ktirn Bxt 5,1.1(0) Clroult'n aoot 1'5,000 oa
C'ush and Sia-ht
Kxch and due
froni (Jov 4J,(.M0 r>8 Deposits..
Uptaurcp. — Ualiitltif a
/)>'j'O;*It. at call ot Cointitioller,
l)( |Hts ts ut call of Cnnptroller,
l'<l|M)8ltg nt call of roinntroiler. l*i
the Condition < f
The First J National 'Hank
of Cashion. Okla .
At the el *e of business, February r tl , l^oii.
I.oaus .• 47 Capital stock $2."i.<iU0 oo
overdrafts Stt.1 Ci Surplus... ... 4,253 00
I'. 8. Bonds and
| Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walton, of
i Peck, Kansas, and Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Lauterbach.of Con
way Springs, come to Cashion
Monday and are visiting rel-
atives and friends here. Mr.
a brother of Mrs.
W. H. Herrington and used to
own the Geo. Miller farm.
Lauterbach was formerly Miss
Mabel Herrington. They have
many friends they will be pleas-
ed to meet while here.
• ■ . too,377 41
Nov. 27, 19SH
mains to their last restin;
iji the Cashion cemetery.
97, 55 OS
The abovu Statement is correct
E. L W ELCH, Cashier.
ron: Ott 'I'hilbrook
Avena, 111., Feb. 3, '09.
It is with some degree of
interest in the people of Cash
8th, liien | ion and surrounding country
Will Webb and Will Bond
commenced work Monday on
cement sidewalks in front of
the Hotel Maine. Mr. Long-
necker is also figuring' on acet-
ylene gas lights for the hotel,
assisted by Harry Woodward.
Clift & Co., have commenced
setting up the car load of im-
plements received some weeks
ago. They are looKing for a
big implement trade.
D. P. Knight, our up-to-date
furniture dealer, has been send-
ing out several nice bills of
furniture. His prices on qual-
Call and see us and hear the music.
Aretino Talking Machine FREE with $50.00
in cash trade. Remember the Aretino
record (its all kinds of disc talking machines.
COLE & BORKLUND
Shelf Hardware, Guns and Amunition, Plumb-
ing;. Pump and Windmill Repairing.
C. A. Lauterbach anil wife,
who is son-in-law and daughter
that I wiite these few lines. I>.
was a resident of Cashion from I are 'lar^ to beat
1901 to 1903, as many of my
friends will know as I was en-
gaged in the dray business dui
, ing that time, and it is with
of W. II. Herrington, and E. S. | f0„d recollection that I
Walton and wife who have been
visiting old friends around
Cashion, left Tuesday forGuth-
■ ie where they will visit over
night with their old friend,
Poster Cain, and will leave
Wednesday morning for their
homes near Viola and I'ecK,
to mind the names of so many
ol the business firms and others
that 1 did work for during that
time, and many a time have I
wished myself back in Cashion.
I now own a small farm ad
joining a small town by the
name of Avena, anil am doing
fairly well, but haven't as yet
Mr Stinson, who lives north ,
of the river, shipped a car load |
of cattle from here to Kansas i
City Monday. Mr. Bruce help
ed load them.
Wm. Kinaman, of St. Joseph
Missouri., arrived Thursday of
last ween to visit his mother,
Why is it a few fellows a-
round this town can't go to
dances without taking their jancl brothers, Chas. and Ilarrv
booze along? Surely the lad-
ies who attend these dances do
not enjoy this kind of company'
Mrs. M. S. Black, mother of
Mrs. Mel Carter, Mrs. Edgar
few weens. Mr. Kinaman is
a fireman on the Maple L-af
S. S. Cole has moved his of-
fice back into the little room
Powers, sister of Mel ( arter, opposite Klinginau's confection-
and Miss Freddy Rhudy, of St.
Joe, cousin of Mrs. Mel Carter,
were here Sunday from Guthrie
spending the day at the Hotel
Geo. Woody arrived from
Paxico, Kansas, last Thursday
to visit his aunt, Mrs. (J. M.
In order to get a
tion list, and also
in order to make
some decided im-
provements in the
will offer this pa-
per at the sub-
scription price of
75c for the next
year, offer to last
only 30 days from
this date; no club-
Only 7oc a year.
The new science that removes the CM of disease.
THE EMINENT CHIROPRACTORS
Drs. Ratledge & Whitmore
Will be in Cashion Monday afternoon and Tues-
day morning, also Thursday afternoon and Fri-
day morning of each week at the Hotel Maine
Will be pleased to meet the people of Cashion
<ind vicinity. Consultation and examination free.
f-1 f 4 n lj n ■ triiiit t~"v t? ,\ i i vr ci t- j ^ « ..."""t™""™™b"l,"bii,1"*l,li^,l"bi™l—"""tt1
C. R. Kllngman & Co.
,EALURS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies'
and C^cnt s lMtrnishing Goods, and (Jueensware.
We arc after the Shoe trade. You want to buy Shoes, and we
want to sell them tb^ou. liefore vou buy, come and examine our
stock. This is a duty you owe yourself, your family and your pocket-
book. We sell the Famous Brown Shoes, that well known brand *o*.
We have a few Job %Shoes, which are selling below Cost. Call on us.
Yours for Business.
C. R. Kllngman & Co.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1909, newspaper, February 11, 1909; Cashion, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc98585/m1/1/: accessed September 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.