Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 246, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS. CHICKASHA' OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OC.'OBER 16 1919
By United Press.
Hilo Island of Hawaii (l!y Maili
Owners of coal black game cocks
are keeping out an eye to see that
; the thicken house .door is securely
locked every night.
Aiid that's all beclliso the vo'cano.
' of Kilauea is now the most active
' it has been for 35 years.
Six months ago Kilauea was sput-
tering away in its mile wide toivl
of. burniiiK nirilten rock with the
level o?Te flaming crimson sea of
boiling lava 900 feet from the top of
The night that Secretary of the
Navy Daniels and his parly paid
Kilauea a visit the latter part of
August the level of... the seething
lava lake was about 50 feet below the
.Several overflows already ihave oc-
curred. A cone which once jutted
"0i) feet above the crater's top has
incited away into the sea of firo. Two
bout's after the Secretary 'and his
party left the volcano the rock wall
between the main crater and a sec-
ond smaller one caved in joining the
craters. ' H
And Kilauea still is going strong.
A's to the conned ion of all this
with 'coal black game cocks? Oh
that's very simple.
Many years ago when the islands
first 'were becoming a white man's
land Kilauea became angry. It. roar-
ed and hissed and sputtered and the
ground shook. Then the lava over-
flowed and moved slowly down the
mountain sido toward Hilo
The native 'Hawaiians had been
Christians but a comparatively short
time. Their frig'ht knew no hounds
for the Island legends were fu'l of
the tales of what Kilauea did when
Madame Pe!e the goddess who lived
in Kila ilea's crater became angry.
So the Hawaiians prayed that the
flow would stop. But it didn't.
Then they danced. But that was
Finally forgetting their 'Christian-
ity for. a time they sent a party by
canoe to Honolulu to consult a few
remaining priests of the days when
they 'all worshipped 'the strange
South Sea deities.
"Throw a 'black rooster into the
lava glow" "Van the advice they
The sleekest shiniest cock on the
island of Hawaii was ipicked fur the
sacrifice and while the maidens
danced the warriors cast the squawk
ing bird 'into tile busu of 'Hie lava
In an hour the flow had .stopped.
iadamo Tele the most feared god-
dess of the --Island evidently bad
been satisfied with a chicken dinner.
American resident of the island
believe tint i there is ever another
lava flow coal black -roosters 'will
come into demand once more
The greatest enemy of child lire
is the tape worm. It destroys health
and vitality. The greatest enemy of
the tape worm 13 White's Cream
Vermifuge. One or two doses does
the work. Price 3iic. Sold by Wren
' Drug Co.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications uh lliey cannot reach
the dlHeam-d portion oil the ear. There 1
only one way to euro catarrhal deafnesn
mid that its hy a conBlltutloitRl remedy.
Catarrhal Ueafneaa 1b cauatxl IQr an in-
flamed condition of Mio mucous lining of
the Kuatuchian Tube. When this tube la
Inflan) d you havo a rumbling sound or im-
perfect hearing and when it 1h entirely
cloaod Voainam is the rosult. Unless the
inllammation can bo reduced and this tubo
restored to its normal condition hearing
will be destroyed forever. Many caces of
deafneMs ore cauand by-jeatfirrh which Is
nn inflamed condition of the mucoua ptir-
faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru
tiie Mood on the mucous sunuces 01 uio
We will plve One Hundred Dollars for
ny case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by Hall's Cntarrh Medicine. Cir-
culars free. All DruftKlsts. 7fic.
V. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
PROFIT BY THIS
Don't Waste Another Day
When you are worried by back
By lameness and urinary disord
Don't experiment with an untried
Follow Chickasha people's example
Use Doan's Kidney Tills.
Here's Chicasha testimony
Verify it if you wish:
Joseph Bulkley merchant 523 low
Ave. says: "I have known of
merits of Doan's Kidney Pills for
number of years and they have prov
en a very reliable medicine to
t linve felt the least
symptom of kidney disorder coming
on I have depended on Doan s Kid
ney medicine now yot I keep Doan
Kidney Pills on hand and use them
as a preventive."
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Want Ads bring re
tufts try them.
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FOR SALE 3-feet Library Suite dull rub-
bod mahogany cane filling; upholstered in ve-
lour Queen .Ann style; pillow sot. Our price
$150.00 -"others ask more.
FOR SALE FOR SALE.
Gunn or Clobe-Wernicke nee- M (ienuiue Lea handbags; wal
lioual oak or mahogany. Oak at his and hog; 8 and 20 iiu
$5.50; section each.
Get your stovo up In
time; might as well
now as later; it has to
bags; price from $21.50 to $55.00
GET A DETROIT
Burns like gas; burns
19 hours on one gal
The winter months coming. on assures you that most of your
timo is going to Do spent indoors. Let a rathe monograph enter
tain you. I ay monthly at
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It Is Made In Chickasha By
Chickasha Milling Co
PLAN RAGING TO
HELD GOOD W
Uy United Press
New York Oet. 10 'Canada is con-
sidering a plan to make horse racing
which is conducted on a nigh plane
there work to the benefit of the gen-
The plan advanced Is to limit the
returns of promoters to a fair per-
centage of profit on their investment
and devote the remainder of the re-
ceipts of the meeting to a good roads
Among the owners favoring the
plan is Commander J. K. L. Ross
owner of Sir Barton and Billy Kelly
and one of the anost prominent fig-
ures in Canadian and United States
Discussing the project recently
Commander Hoss not only expressed
bis approval of it but went farther
by recommending a plan to make
the public share even greater 'bene-
fits from tiie sport. He wants a
part of the surplm devoted toward
the brcediag of better horses.
"The government could use part of
the money for the provision of stal-
lions so the farmers could receive
direct benefit by the opportunity to
breed finer animals. The need of
the farmer for better horses was nev-
er greater" he said. The primary
object of racing should be to encour-
age better breeding. I have been try-
ing 'to encourage it by inviting farm-
ers to bring mares to my farm at
Varennos. 'While the offer has been
accepted on only a small scale the
venture ha'i been successful. With a
properly worked out scheme under
which t'.io government stallions could
tour the farming district of Canada j
the farmer would derie untold bene-j
1 1 ii. 1 1
"American Universal Vay'r
Do you know that your old
floor ean be finished and made as
good as a new floor at one tenth
the cost of a new floor I
and let me figure your work.
T. F. BIRD
We've traded the good old snmnier for fall that brings us
jiiiow; but we retain the (lasoline that always makes them go.
PURE yHITE TEXACO.
Light bulbs for every ear; lube vulcanizing; tires and tubes.
The stalion that put "serve" in "Service."
Chickasha Avenue at Sixth.
'. S. Drive in but you needn't soil your hands.
W O A
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and more pleasing than any mild Havana cigar
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RIDE ON KELLY
WHEN YOU CAN DUY KELLY'S
why waste your money on an inferior
tire. We have reliable information
that the priee on all tires will soon ad-
vance and two manufacturers have al-
ready placed theirs.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
We- also carry a complete line of (loodyear McGraw and
Miehelin Tires and Tubes and do Tire Ivepairing-
WHO SAID BICYCLES?
Look- over our line of GUARANTEED BICYCLES before
purchasing elsewhere. We sell the FAMOUS CHICAGO one-
year guaranteed bicycle tire.
Come in and look at our accessories.
Hensley-Erickson Tire Co.
206 Chickasha Ave.
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL DANK f
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller of the Currency
af the close of business on September 12 1919.
Loans and discounts - - -----870.60D.0C
United States Certificates o Indebtedness 10000.00
United States Liberty and Victory Bonds .. 101450.00
United States Bonds to secure -circulation-'- 25000.00
Other Bonds and Warrants r 36221.05
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 4C50.0(
War Savings Stamps 34'0a
.'i terest earned not collected - - 10000.00
Furniture and fixtures 5000.00
Kedomption Fund U. S. Treasury ? 1250.00
CASH and SIGHT KXC1IANGE 373272.05 374522.09
Capital Stock .$100000.00
Surplus (earned) 60000.00
Undivided Profits (net) - 21307.83
Circulation '- : 25000.00
Interest collected and not earned 4100.00
Bills payable 50000.00
Re-discounted Bills - - - 17743.83
Condsnsed Statement of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the close of business September 12 1919.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS - -?997(.7.yi
United States Bonds to secure circulation 200000.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank - 7800.00
Furniture and Fixtures -'- 10000.00
Real. Estate owned --- 71449.97
interest earned but not collected . -- 2517.75
U. S. Bonds on hand'- ? 15000.00
Cash with U. S. Treasurer iu.uuu.uu
Liberty Loan Eonds 93600.00
State County Bonds aiid Warrants 346.7S8.46
Bills of Exchange 134592.44
Cash ia vault and v.ith hanks T 390.683.44 990664.34
Tho above statement is correct.
m. II. DONAHUE Vice President.
Attest F. T. CHANDLER Cashier.
THE BANK. THAT SERVICE BUILT
TO THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY
of the Condition of the
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
At the Clcse of Business Sept. 12. 1919
Loans and discounts . $719561.74.
Overdrafts - 2658.23
Real Estate 9000.00
Bank building and fixtures - 19.00O.C0
Federal Reserve Bank stock 3450 00
iJ. S. Bonds for circulation - 50000'o0
Demand loans $58063.55
Cash and Sight Exchange - 147178.35
Liberty Bonds 60350.00
Cash Assets - 265591.00
Capital - $75000.00
Profits net r 13999.46
Circulation - - - 50000 00
Bills Payable - 7700000
Rediscounts '- 46.870.79
The abeve statement Is correct. E. D. FOSTER Cashier.
We are ambitious for the financial success of our customers.
Bring your problem0 to 3
" ' ' $2280108.00
' LIABILITIES '
Undivided Profits 10:!79.48
irculation . r 200.000.00
Bills payable with Federal .Reserve Bank 85000.00
Bills -Payable '- 225000.00
Deposits: Banks 662a0.06
United States 5785.61 1499728.52
The ebore statement Is corrwui.
. . $2280108.00
F. L: SLUSIIEU Cashier.
Condensed Statement of
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
- CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
t the close of Dusincss Sept. 12 1919.
Loans and Discounts $520.54'J.82
U. S. Bouds 50(100.00
Liberty Bonds 4f9O0.0O
Stocks and Warrants 29943.38
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank .3600.00'
Banking House and Fixtures 20168.45
Other Iieal Estate - 10301.86
Cash and Sight Exchange 152.687.12
1. A . l -. .
Undivided Profits 6.797.31
Circulation - 1 50.000.00
Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank 53549.94
The above statement is correct.
OTCMrfl;& T. II. DWYER President
DIRECTORS. . J
T. II. DWYER J. A. ROSE ROY C. SMITH J. H. STINE.
WM. E. DWYER L. D. MAJOR W. II. WADSWORTH . .
J. U BURTSCHL " '
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 246, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1919, newspaper, October 16, 1919; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727055/m1/2/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.