The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 16, 1909 Page: 1 of 14
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CASHION, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i6. 1909.
Brief Paragraphs j The Washington Herald is puz-
n ,, ... , zled over the proposition, "Which |
Brother Ballinger appears to r ' 1
he battling" for time.
Mr. Taft is ready for hard
work "Look out, Ballinger!" 1 1
. -«► —— Mr. Aldrich says our banking j
Sen.-itor A Id rich is now gi\ing j system is barbarous, but we
is the greater man, Ty Cobb or
Hoke Smith?" oh, well, Hoke's!
an exhibition of the return from
The Sugar Trust thieve be-
lieve that sweet are the uses of
ad versit v.
guess it is about as good as our
tariff system, which Nelse thinks
is the best ever.
Porto Rico coffee are preparing
for a U. S. treasury raid, too.
Poor old treasury!
It is admitted that Mr. Taft
found it a little chilly in the
West when he mentioned the tar-
iff and subsidies. Wonder if he
will profit by it.
Senator Peffer could have told i ''le Washington 11 e 1 a 1 ti says
Fairbanks of the joy of being j "Maise Henry is just about A-
whiskerless, long ago.
merica's finest product." Taking
long chances on the chargc of les
"Get Cook and Pearv out ot r , .. .
majesty from the non hunter.
the way," advises the Detroit
Free Press. Do it now.
The Taft indorsement of Al-
drich has not been accepted at
its face value in the West.
The President doubts that "we
are quite so near the millenium
as Mr. Carnegie thinks we are."
I Hoot, mon! Even at that we'
I may be well within speaking dis-'
We were promised economy in tance
administration. Subsidy on ships
is the open door to extravagance.
Richard Achiles Ballinger's
answer to L. R. davis, "a tissue
Oral betting is not a crime, of lies," has an old familiar ring.
John W. Gates can continue his
popular amusement of betting a
It has often rung from the line
of a ring politician. It is uncon-
Our forest reserves maybe ser
iouslv endangered by the smold- Any one who differs from the
ering fires 111 the Department of j Speaker in regard to the tariff or
the Interior. the House rules is guilty of men
We are glad Congress has met j
again, because among other
things, we are tired writing about
the House of Lords.
tal malpractice, and may not
at 1 J
i properly belong to a political or-
ganization that includes Jos. G.
The Hon. Charles Joseph Bon-
aparte describes a plan of his
about nominations to office as a
The books of the ice trust have
been lost. Isn't it funny how
opportunely the books of a crim-
inal trust, become misplaced?
Mr. Champ Clark now places!
the Democratic majority in the j
next House at a modest 150. I
However, if the lecture season!
holds out, Mr. Clark will present-
ly have Republicans even scarcer 1
than hen's teeth in the next Con- ;
Andrew Jackson must be very
dead, indeed, now that it has Marie Corelli says: "English-1
come to be considered perfe&ly I men prostrate themselves before
safe to say so right out loud.
Mr. William Howard Taft is
the star optimist of this country.
He says he "expects great things
American heiresses because of|
their charm of manner." Thanks,
Marie! It is too bad, neverthe-
less, that the prostration so sel-
dom lasts beyond the church
from the next session ot (. ong- door and the marriage settle-
TAXES! TA X ES! T A X ES!
The 1909 tax becomes due and pay-
able October 15th. You have until
February 1st to pay without penalty.
If not paid by February 1st a penal-
ty of 11-2 per cent, is added. All
the tax must be paid at one time as
the new law does not provide for
paying half of the tax.
We have the tax list as usual at
the First National Bank. We ac-
cept payment for taxes for the bene-
fit of east Kingfisher and west Logan
counties and do the work without
The First National BanK
OF CASHION, OKLAHOMA
B. F. Wood worth, A. R. Eastman,
Mklviu.k Cartkk, Cashier.
Farmer's State Bank
Of Cashion, Okla.
Three-fourths of the stock in this bank is owned by
the farmers in the immediate viciniiy of Cashion.
The aggregate wealth of the stockholders of this
bank is over $200,000.00.
Deposits in this bank are guaranteed by the
Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the State of Okla
New State Law provides absolute safety to our de-
positors. We pay interest on time deposits, large
or small. Farm loans a specialty. Taxes paid.
Fire insurance written. Let us clerk your sales
B. F. Wood worth
A. R. Eastman
1). A. Casselman
J. C. Ray
McAlester Fancy Lump Coal for
$6.00 per Ton
HOUSTON LUMBER CO.
T. A. Montague - Manager
111 en t.
If you want any Post Card Photos call
at my residence in Cashion. I will
make one dozen Post Card Photos for 75c and guarantee my
Prices for other work will be given upon request. Try 'em.
J. I. Yanciircai.
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Barnard, W. F. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 16, 1909, newspaper, December 16, 1909; Cashion, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc98639/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.