The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 16, 1909 Page: 4 of 14
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Every Nig'ht Now
<it 7 o'clock,
"Life is a Journey to Death."
"Cradles rock us nearer to the tomb,
Our birth is nothing but our death begun."
"Death marks the turn in the road between
time and eternity."
"We shall live through the ravages of death
and then have a real existence in compari-
son with which this life is but a dream."
"Come let us reason together regarding
our future welfare."
Everybody cordially invited.
K. A. AIUIitiik.
I will be at Frytnire's Livery Barn second and
fourth Saturdays of each month, commencing
Saturday, December 25th, 1909.
I will he prepared to treat all dental cases suc-
cessfully and satisfactorily. If your horses are
troubled with bad teeth bring them in and have
them treated. All examinations made free.
Charges reasonable. Remember the date.
A BOWHAY, I) V S
We have a car load
good, fancy lump
which we are selling
lor £4 .00 jut Too.
CRUM GRAIN CO.
Fry in i re's 1 >a r! km* Shop
1 am located in the north room of (Mitt Co's. store,
and am prepared to give you first-class barber work,
(.live me a call for satisfa tory shaving and hair-cuts.
oe*&®®o&^ccc vc c c*ocv
in Western Oklahoma.
Entire time will
I Spring Creek
' Jas. Wiley and Bittiker helped
Burright's butcher Thursday.
Mr. Howard came home from
Oklahoma City Friday.
Will Curtis visited his sister,
I Mrs. Howard, W ednesday.
Wil Curtis took dinner at Bur-
There was a candy breaking at
Burrights Saturday night. Mu-
! sic on the organ and French harp
All enjoyed themselves.
Mr. and Mrs. Burright received
a letter from their son, Clyde, in
Colorado, informing them of the
1 death of their baby.
Alice Victoria Burright was
born April iS, 1909, in Logan
county, Okla., and moved with
her parents to Colorado Springs
when two months old; died De-
cember 1, 1909, in Colorado
Springs, age 7 months, 15 .days;
gone to be an Angel.
This lovely hud. so young and fair
Called hence by early doom.
Came to show how tweet this flower
in Paradise would bloom.
t cr sin could harm or sorrow )ade
Death came with friendly care.
The oPeninQ hud to Heaven conveyed.
And hade it blossom there.
It will pay you to look at
About all you can hear among
the school children is vacation,
and Christmas, but we notice
they are all ready for the school
room the first of the year again.
Harmony has decided to have
their entertainment 011 Christmas
night; have a short program, then
instead of a tree put the tables in
and have a social; everyone take
something to eat, and will make
coffee there; will have the child-
ren's treat as usual.
There will be a pie social at
I Datin's Saturday night; will
i practice singing also.
Mrs. Childer's daughter, Mrs.
i Robbins, has been here all stim-
1 mer on a visit, gave birth to a
; tine girl baby Tuesday; both do-
Mrs. Mahonev had an accident
last Friday evening in stepping
Off the porch where it was icy;
! her foot slipped and she fell on a
j stone step; it was thought she
had broken her left leg at the
! hip, until a doctor came and lie
said it was not broken, but it
would be a long time before she
could have any use of it. It is
too bad, for she has to lay in bed
j so much of her time; but it could
! have been worse.
Some gentleman representing
himself as a solicitor for the
(luthrie Daily Leader was in
town the first of the week taking
! subscriptions. It was afterwards
learned that he was a humbug
and was not connected with the
Daily Leader in any capacity
whatever. He promised to give
the paper the balance of this
year and all of next for one dol-
lar. Those who subscribed for
it were trying to get something
for nothing. If you want some-
thing for nothing take The Inde-
pendent at 50c a year, and your
subscription will be made good.
Goto Knight for Groceries
The price is OK.
If our correspondents can send
| their copy in just one day earlier
it would suit us better. Thurs-
day is our publication day. and
j the copy coming in Wednesday
I evening or Thursday morning
must be thrown aside in order to
; get the paper out.
Our stock of furniture is com
plete. The price is right.
D. F. Knight.
D. F. Knight will ^ell candy at
rock bottom prices.
Newton Wesley Gaines, lectin*
| er, third attraction of the Cash-
ion Lecture Course, gave a splen-
did lecture Monday evening, and
came up fully to our expectations
as a lecturer. A fair audience
was out hear him and every one
present were thoroly eonvinct
I that Mr. (laines could talk The
i next and fourth attraction is
Noah Beilharz, Impersonator,
j Saturday evening, Jan. 15. See
j this paper for announcement,
and everybody get ready to conic.
The gold produced by the
| mines of the I'nited States last
year was S94,5 60,000, or just,
j about the value of the confection
I ary and candy the nation con-
Mr and Mrs. Robert West
were down from Guthrie the first
of the week visiting relatives.
Say, how about a years' sub-
scription to The Independent to
send to a friend or relative as a
Christmas present while the rate
is only 50c a year? The rate of
this paper will be one dollar after
1 an. 1. 11) 1 o.
Master Edwin Hogati received
as ;i present from his father, a
fine little Shetland pony, which
he says he has broken to ride.
Mr. llogan purchased it of the
Richards Bros. Show Co,
This week The Independent
presents its readers with a fine
line of Holiday advertising,
lion t forget to read these ads. as
these are the business men who
deserve your patronage.
Announcement is made in this
issue that the M. \V. A., lodge of
('ashion will hold an electi<>11 of
of officers Sat"1''!'1
flay even 11
1 '-v Clerk
Rov Frymire was in Oklahoma
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.