Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 200, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 21, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKA8HA DAILY EXPRE8S CHICKA8HA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1920
Chickasha Daily Express
Ci'KO. If. EVAN'S Publisher and Business Manager
.1- KDWIN POOL Managing Kditor
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
Entered at the l'ostoffiee ut Chiekasha Oklahoma as second
.CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY AUGUST 21 1920
One yr. delivered by carrier $6.00
Six months " " $3.00
Three months " " " $2.50
One month ' .60
One year by mall $4.00
Six months by mail 2.00
Three months by mail - 1.00
Single copy 5c
Any erroneous reflections on
the character of any person
firm or corporation and any
misstatement which may ap-
pear In the columns of the
Express will be gladly cor-
rected upon its being brought
to the attention of the
Cives All The Local News m'
News By A. P. Wire Daily
Attend the Chautauqua
The Chickasha Jliautaupia presented under Hie auspices of the
local Merchants association will open tomorrow afternoon and will
continue for six days with three sessions daily. The morning ses-
sions are designed wholly for Hie children an especially arranged
program of plays games etc. under trained supervisors being of-
lercd. In die at tcrnomis and evenings concerts popular lectures
etc. will be given. A glance at the program for the week should
be sufficient; to convince anybody that the entertainments will be
Considering the high class of attractions provided' the cost of
the Chautauqua course is exceedingly low. The charges for all the
entertainments if a special ticket to each is bought amounts to
nearly .fS but season tickets are sold for $2.75. Jt will be economy
to buy a season ticket even though you attend less than half of the
entertainments. These tickets should be bought before the opening
of the Chautauqua in order that die guarantors of the enterprise
may receive credit for the sale of them.
At the Chaulauqqua you will hear uplifting lectures some hu
morous and some serious good music and clever acting and you will
come in contact with some of the brainiest men in the country who
win nave messages to instruct and inspire. There will be plenty of
fun and pleasure the programs being prepared with a view to pleas
ing nie popular taste hut something more substantial will also lie
mingled with laughter and smiles.
v.o-operauon on ine part of the community is required to make
n ( hautauqua a success. It is a community enterprise audi every
no.iy should give it unstinted support. Attend the opening session
tomorrow anernooii. it you catch the spirit of it vow will be a
Chautauqua "fan" for the rest of the week.
Why an Increased Levy?
By order of the county excise board and the city authorities a
special election will be held in Chickasha August SI at which time
the question of an increased tax levy for municipiU purposes will be
submitted to the voters. Under the law the maximum levy allowed
for dty purposes is six mills but the excise board und the mayor
and council have found that this levy will not. afford sufficient
revenues to meet the needs of the coming year. It is proposed to
ask the voters to authorise an increase of one and Tour-tenths mills.
In explanation of the existing situation. Mayor Durbin submitted
the following statement to the excise board when the budget was
i t fin i t . i .
j ne estimates ix-nig stHimilted to you are made up in general
of the estimates submitted by the heads' of the various departments
of the city reduced by approximately thirteen per cent. This re-
duction was madie by the mayor and council not because the de-
mands of the department heads were exorbitant or unreasonable
but in order to keep the tax levy as low as possible and within the
"If it is true however as reported that 'the assessed valuation
oi city property is aliout one and a quarter million less than last
year then the revenue which the city is asking is considerably more
than will be obtained from a six mill levy. Lf this is the case your
board ha authority either to cut our estimates still furtheror to
call a special election in which the question of an increased levy will
be submitted to the voters of the city.
"Much as we may regret to ask die citizens to provide more
revenue with which to carry on the business nf the city 1 feel that
we cannot do otherwise without shirking our duty.
"If the appropriation that is made shall be much less than the
estimate practically every department of th.e city will be unable to
give even reasonable service. For illustra.t ion" it is believed that j
..i least one ori.ige on i.mo creek must be closed as unsafe for use.
It is probable that improvements at the water works already begun
must be discontinued though sanitary engineers and the Shite
Hoard of Health insist Hiat those are necessary. It is clear that
lliere will be no cemetery lots for sale miles additional land is pro-
vided. I will not. undertake to predict what might happen within
the jurisdiction of the police and fire departments.
"Von will nnt tlint ! .4 i... ii ......
""" NHoiiuueu (iocs not call tor in-
creases in compensation to elected officers or heads of the depart-
ments. Ko one who has helped prepare these estimates will re-
eeivcauy persona) benefits if an increase in revenue it voted.
"As you may recall the maximum rate for citv purposes named
in the constitution is ten mills. In. 1010 tbi.s was reduced bv statute
io six mills. J n i:n.s the rate was still furth
as it is todav.
Since that tune the cost of labor and material has enor.nouslv
increased and. though people expect and state and federal author!-
lies demand more and better service the revenues provided are the
same and will be even less the coming year.
in my opinion the situation is so
Mmiiiiuing ro me voters of the citv t)i
increased levy. "
Boost for every iforward movement
IJooHt for every new improvement ;
Boast tlio stranger and the nelghhoi-
Boost the nuin for whom yon labor.
Celine to ilie u chronic knocker
Cease to be a "progress blocker.
Anyway Mr. Ted Waring will take
away from -Clilckastia the .memory
it ut least one little surprise .party.
Thanks Mr. Smith.
Tims far we haven't heard a sin-
gle local Jan express any dissatis-
faction over the result of the first
clash of the Enid-Chicks scries.
Yes "there are lots of thorns along
the way but ain't the roses sweet?"
By this time the Bolsheviks a.'e.
probably beginning to realize that
tliey made a mistake when they
pressed the Poles too hard. It eems
to be another case of the worm turn-
ing. As a matter of fact this cruel
world has a habit of weighing s
'man by his practices rather than by
his 'pretenses. In the long run the
only way to got by is to deliver the
Si iSimp says ho notices that he
never - imaltes anything on a de.ii
when he gets flim-flammed.
Judging from the tono of liis eon
versation Candidate Christensen
really has kidded himself into think
lng tliat he's in the (running.
As a rule everybody who has one
Is free to admit that a sinmiier cold
is anything but agreeable company
Don't miss a single esion of thf
liautaupua. It starts at Vince Pan;
"Alas" sahl the 'proof reader as lie
regretfully marked an "O. K." on a
galley of proof. "I fear my eyesight
is Tailing. I Khali huve to apply for
a position as baseball umpire."
K ' -. "
t -. ' "9si-'. ; i
IIKAI) NKW BOXING IIOAItD Jo-
seph J. Johnson of New York City
former fire commissioner who has
been appointed one of the three
members o fthe New York State
Boxing Commission. Insert Walter
J. lfooke of the National Catholic
War Council another member.
'have forsaken the Lord the fountain
of living waters.
Hesil .mo O herd and 1 shall h.i
lieaed; save me ami I shall be sav
ed.- for thou art n)y praise.
(First Published Aug. 10 1920)
Office of Compti oiler of the Currency
Washington Aug. 5 1920.
WHEREAS by satisfactory evi-
dence presented to the undersigned
it lias been made to appear that
"The Citizens National Bank of
Chickasha" In the City of Chickasha
In the County of Crady and State of
Oklahoma has complied with all the
provisions of the Act of Congress
"to enable National Banking Asso-
ciations to extend their corporate ex-
istence and for other purposes" ap-
proved July 12 1882;
NOW thereforej 1 THOMAS P.
KANE Acting Comptroller of the
Currency do hereby certify that
"The Citizens National Bank of
Chickasha" in the city of Chickasha
in the County of Grady and St;it-
of Oklahoma is authorized to have
succession for the period specified
in its amended article of associa-
tion: namely until close of business
on Aug. G 1940.
IN TESTIMONW WHEREOF wit-
ness my hand and seal of office this
Fifth day of August 1920.
(Signed) T. P. KANE
Acting Comptroller of the Currency
Extension No. 3757.
Charter No. 5517. 8-10-30
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PHONE 100 ' J21 CHICKASHA AVE.
A STOLEN SMILE 'ER
One Worry Removed
"Well my dear I've just had my
life insured for (five thousand dollar?.
'Oh how wweet of you! Now I
sha'n't have to keep tolling you to
no carenu every ipla.ee you go.
The American Legion Weekly.
Why It Took Time
They were looking down inlo the
drtplhs of the Grand Canyon.
"Do you know" asked the guide
"that it took miillions and millions
of years for this great abyss to he
"Well. welP" ejaculated the travel-
er. "I never knew Ibis was 4 bov
eminent job." Southwestern Tele
DIAMOND DOPE v
W. h. P : .
Enid 31 I.". .(171
Ft. Smith 31 19 .020
Okmulgee 27 19 .587
Ileuryetta 27 23 .5 1"
Sprinrfield .-28 27 .50.7
Driuiuight 23 2 .41.1
Chickasha 18 2fi .40;;
P.iiwhuska 10 40 .2u.t
Tulsa 69 48 .5!) I
Wirfiita 70 50 .."S3
Omaha (10 55 .52J
St Joseph r3 58 .521
Oklahoma 'City -..62 58 .51".
Joplin 55 IM .402
Sioux City 51 08 4 2!i
Dim Moines 45 74
;V w- L- per.
Cleveland J 72 4 1 .037
Chicago - 71 43 .0.13
Now York 73 45 .01. 1
'St. Louis 55 55 5 Mi
Boston 52 00 .40 1
Washington ...48 410 .44 1
Detroit 43 70 .37:)
Philadelphia 30 78 3!:
South Bound Depart.
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m. io. 31. 8:30 a.
in. No. 23. jj:no p.
12. f:33 a.
24. 3:05 p.
32 6:20 p.
705 9:30 a. m
711 3:30 n. m
712 daily except Sunday
ii:C5 a. m. No. 712 11:15 a. m
5:10 p.m. No 706 . 5:30 p. ro
Departs " 3:15
Arrives 2:30 p. m
Arrives 7:15 p. m
and 789 daily except Sunday
1-.30 p. m
50 a. m
8:0U p. ni
12:20 p. m
It is Hie
highest quality linen-finish paper possible to
in dainty lints and while in latest styles and
There is a .Symphony Lawn Taper for every use. 1
Symphony Lawn Stationery 85c to $1.25
24 Sheets 24 Envelopes.
Symphony Lawn Correspondence Cards
75c to $1.0024 Cards 24 Envelopes '
Symphony Lawn Pound Paper 90c
A full pound net about 96 double sheets
Envelopes to Match 50 for 25c
Tlte jtexvm. Store 9 1
W. L. Pi-
Cincinnati 03 40 .577
Urooklyn 03 51 .58 :
New York 00 51 .04 i
Pittsburgh' ...50 51 .5il!)
Chicago 57 59 .491
St. I.o.iis 52 00 404
Huston 47 58 .4-18
Philadelphia Of 08 .41!
CIS -Burkburnett Special
C04 St. Louis-Kan. City.
G12 Kan. City Express..
C03 Quanah Express 10:10 a. m
309 Law ton Express 4:45 p. m
617 Burkburnett Speeial.10:55 p. m
or reduced to six mills.
serious as to justify you
ie question ot autlioi-izintr
A Notable State Paper
Tl. .-. - r o - .
-H- u. orcretary t oioy to i?aron Avezzana states with un-
. . ie. oess ana loree the attitude of the WiUson administra-
ti.u on the question of Polish independence and the intentions of
ii ii in en t witn reeant to the non-reeoKnition of the Uolshe-
; T" '.'-'"l"1' "'J' i control of JJussia. Ve believe that in both
espeets tins notable state paper correctly represent American sen-
timent hat is to say as to the prevailing anl boundless svmpathy
of the American people for the pallant people whose national exist-
ence has been restored by recent world events and likwise as to the
o.rcr with which Americans generally would view any more on
h- part of our povernment oeninS association on diplomatic terms
...... ...v llulZKy regime the sinister agents and
d.sts of red revolution.New York Sun and Herald.
Thus saith the Lord: Cursed be
the man that tnisteth in man and
maketh fleh his arm and whoe
heart departeth from the Lord.
For he shall be like the heath in
the desert and shall not see when
good comt'th; but shall inhabit tho
parched places in the wilderness in
a salt land and not inhabited.
Blesert is the iman that trusteth 'n
the Lord and whose hope the Lonl
For he shall be as a tree planted
by the -waters and that spreadeth
out her roots by the river and ha.l
not see when heat comieth but her
leaf shall be green; and shall not
be careful in the year of drought
neither shall cease from yielding
The heart is deceitful above all
things and desperately wicked; whe
can know it?
1 the Lord seach the heart I try
the reins even to give every man
according to his ways and according
to the fruit of his doings.
As the partridge sitteth on eggs
and batcheth them not; so he tha;
gHtteth riches and not by right
shall leave them in the midst of nil
days and at his end shall be a fool.
A glorious hr;h throne from the
beginning is the place of our sand
O Lord the hope of Israel all thai
forsake thee shall be a shamed am!
they that depart from me Hhall h
written In the earth because th-v
Honryelta 2; Okmulgee 1.
Fort Smith 5: Springfield 2.
Enid 4; Chickasha 3.
1 'aw h u ski1.-1 n unrigh t rain.
Wichita 3; lies Moines 1.
All other games rain.
Chicago 7-0; Philadelphia 4-0.
fSecond gamo forefited on account
of crowd on field.)
Boston-Cleveland postponed on ac-
count of Chapman funeral.
St. Louis-Washington two games
Philadelphia 4; Pittsburgh 2.
Cincinnati 10; Brooklyn 3.
Chicago 5; New York 1.
St. Louis fi; Boston 4.
Spring.'ield at Fort Smith.
Druniright at Paiwhuska.
Okmulsee at Henryetta
Enid at Chickar.ha.
Oklahoma City at St. Joseph.
Tulsa at Omaha.
"Wichita a Des Moines.
Joplin at Sioux City.
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
Boston at S. Leu is.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
New York at Chicago.
Chicago a Washington.
St. Ixm.is at Philadelphia
Detroit at New York.
Cleveland at Bwstoa '
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 200, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 21, 1920, newspaper, August 21, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727225/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.