Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 24, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 13, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY MAY U. Htt.
Chickasha Daily Express
OKO. It EVANS..
J. EDWIN TOOLh
.PublUber and Duslotu Manager
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GRADY COUNTY
Intend at the poitotfic ot Chlckaaha Oklahoma at aecond claii
CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA SATURDAY MAY 13. 1?2. """"
' SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One yr. delivered by carrier.! ( 00
S Mo delivered by carrier.. 3 00
I Moi. delivered by carrier.. 1 SO
1 Month delivered by carrier. .CO
Oae year by mall........... 4 00
fill month by mall......... 2 00
Three month by mall....... 1 00
Single ropy .OS
Any erroneoue rcflertloa on tit
character of any pemon firm or
corporation and any mltitatemont
which may appear to the colutiini
ot The Kipreia will be ttadty
corrected upon Ita being brought
to the attention of the manage-
I'lion 43. I'botie 43
Civet All the Local New vo New by U. P. W.r Daily
I lifiir a voir you minim lnnr
Which 'm I mutt luit etuy;
I a hnnd you miincl
WItlfh I mm nut ny.
arguing III Ihn rnuhi .t ill. V..I.
nil ltd ai t In their r"ifi tlvo mm.
-Sinlllilov.il u dry M (11
likN to Im nliviril In tana In-lcad
o' iM.ttli'H." Yuui isfcil Mo.
i "Ilinpli"' Milff JtantUK. "Join.
i villi am mi plumb diliyilrfd Uut do
liiRlm-iia knlnt itm de 'ptf. train
' Itl K'tllflfl.t l..l. .t..t. Inl.l. .
I .-. inii lliniuv III? iuwn
HENRY POMEROY DAVISON.
Jlioiunnfis even millions in ninnv countries will .share wit
the United States in lamenting the unoxj.rcicd and premature deal
during a surgical operation of an American who won domestic
fame as a hanker and Mibnierircd his duties and fortune as such
in organizing war relief on a grand scale during the World war
i Mere are lew parallels (or the speed with which he earned promt
nenre in his profession arriving at partnership in one of tin
worlds leading private hanking houses at ahnut 40. lip died onlv
a decade later most of which years were spent at first in orirm
iing war finance and later in providing the spirit and talent which
enahliM the Ked l ross to relieve distress wherever it was felt.
As a hanker he negotiated with nianv finance ministers fur hil
lions of funds found the money here and spent it as the agent
oi iriisunK nation to tneir satisiacuon. s a man rather than a
a hanker he found $10n000.(XK) in a week l.v a Ked Cross drive
Ily spending more than double that for the purposes for which it
was raised he won gratitude without measure for himself am
honor for Ins country exceeding the decorations which kings
showered ttprm nun. lie was seen on every battle front and ov
.1... . :.. .. . i t i. . t .
uir irom in an ju.iius nr ne was oi me sort winch knows no
danger in the path of duty. It is difficult to select for mention
among the stepping-stones of his professional career. At random
it may he said that one of the world's leading hanks in this city
carries on its wall a statement that it is founded in his work. The
work could not have hecn done if it had not rested on an idea
which attested his organizing genius.
lie will he missed as much as lamented for there remains
work to he done in which he would have heen a leader among
iiciuri. in lining uiiiii man in ni.ihinK money jn mm ins country
and the world lost a man who was more than a hanker and whose
career goes far to answer the ohjection that American finance must
he limited for lack of banking ability. New York Times.
SENSIBLE ROAD ACTION.
Representative Charles I). Carter of this congressional district
lias introduced a sensible amendment to the house public road act
providing an increased ratio of federal aid for states having non-
taxable Indian land. This is one of the most sensible steps toward
getting ior ukianoma what it should have in the way of federal
aid that tine 1.wn la Von. . ---"-
Oklahoma has always been burdened with non-taxable Indian
land. The citizens of the state owning taxable property have car-
ried a governmental burden. Many state taxes on minerals from
Indian lands have been held invalid. This state has lost heavily
on what should belong to it.
There should never be an opportunity overlooked for getting
for the state part of the money that is taken out of its public
funds by virtue of the non-taxable Indian property of the state.
.This increased ratio is not an extention of favor to Oklahoma. It
is merely a matter of payment by the federal government of a
debt that should be met in some manner every year. If road money
is available that is the way to get it. Ardmoreite.
NEW ENGLAND IN REVOLT AGAINST REPUBLICAN
Concerning the recent democratic gains in New England the
Boston Transcript among the oldest and ablest of the leading re-
publican papers of New England says:
"A Washington correspondent confesses that the democratic
gains in the recent New England municipal elections are giving
considerable concern to the so-called leaders of the G O. P. Wc
say so-called because the republican party today is 'a house divid
ed against itselt ; it is woefully wanting m leadership at either end
of Pennsylvania avenue. And the drift of our. New England
cities away from the party in power is due in no small measure
to the popular dissatisfaction among the plain people with the
idnuic oi i 'cpuuucaiis to raise up at Washington a - leadcrshi
worthy of ' )arty of Lincoln and Roosevelt. '
"A strong leader in the White House might have" been able
to onng nis party to a sense ot party sponsorship. Whether Mr.
Harding is unable to supply strong leadership or whether he is
awaiting the psychological moment' is still a matter of popular
ucMtue. jui uie popularity oi tnc administration mAon the wahc.
The ringleaders of the republican house however boast
that Mr. Harding's easy-going acqiescence to dale in their tres-
j..iMiug upon ms prerogatives suits tnem. io doubt it does bat it
does not meet the hone of thousands of republicans rind flpmnrrnts
who voted therepublican ticket at the last national election.
iew luiglanders may be more republican than thev are Hptn
ocratic but they have both the intelligence and the courage to
vote against their party when their party ceases to serve the nation
or to Keep its campaign pledges.
THE HUMAN PORKER.
Why ehnuliln't Clio flapper flip?
jSlie'a jtlvt-ii mi iiiuih publicity Hint
HUH tHUht llphulil (III) repiitnilnn llllH
riinm iK lire timl her triiniliiin was
ylveil thi. fiinie unit nf pulillrlty
ii limit Ihu ilcur nil! lump hklil.
At thiil If Ii were no for 111"
flupper umt I tin Jelly limn the i y-
lilen would Iiiivo u pretty luiid lime
Hulling KiililellilliK In lie illtt'lllei
Well I'nlly. Iieie'n i Ihn milieu
(if tint TraveletH mill llm (Ikl.ilniliift
Sluto leinjiie Mny It Im leBM I roll-
lili'Hoimt HiHll win the Clili ku.Jia
berth In tlm Went". UHueliillnii.
Anil iinw tin' "batliliiK poul mar'
rllilje" liillple wntll'l reunitu In Hie
HI m poul (ho rei'fiiimiy In In- per-
fin mi ll by Hie m me inliilHier-In (lie
rlli k (if (Im iniivle camera.
Ainu perhaps (lie dink of wllver
In the mh I.eiH (if ralil i'.iimh-I for
plnyiiiR Hut "return eiipiKemeiit."
And still I hey li.ineil Vi:i;y Jnci'
from the neieeii fur luiiidlng up ti
repiitntliiii n u vamp.
I'"i-iai Ihu iIi.iim I'iiiinii iit t if 111"
buyii on l ii ni'i aliiH inailn t'ie
Hillary ili nir nil Hie ill i e i njuyalil"
to I lit it t .
It ii nfter tup but a rrtnln
pilvule bail tukeii a rliame ami wim
mucin wulklnR ihmn tlm tillage
Hlreet will) bH ..( nfnu(y y
Ki i Ki init In IiIh own mil fit.
"My HlMler. erj:eiinl." hrann the
terilfleil youth m a inntter of imro
iliiillon. "Vim iu.e aim"
i n.ii h nil right my boy" Inter-1
lutileil tlm aeraennt iienlnllv. -shn '
UM'.I In niy Hl;er lieu WUH
)uiir nKe. Iji mik:ii" .
I of the Y. W. C. A
will be at O.C. W
A. Next year the
Hon of Hartley (ireen lu.'i Houth
Tenth ulreei. Mm In a inemlier of
the Hpaliliill (lull ami of tho '.
rlub. lit) waa aUo rnptaln of the
lluyi' bimkctball leum thla yvar
ami baa won two letter In footfall
lie hint alwnya fouKht loyally for
(In purple ami kI'I.
Lucy Ma Goodton
DniiKliler nf Mm. K. H. CimhIhoii
llti rioulll Heeotlil ntreet. l.uey
Mho U a member of til" French
rluh timl of the Y. W. '. A. Hhe
IiimI a Ii-imIIiir part In tho Kcnlor
pluy. Net year h will mienil
O. V. W.
l)inti:liter of Mr. nml Mra. J. N.
I Hopkiim 1023 Onuoii avenun. I.u
; lm the frliTulnlili of ull who know
Iter. Hb n member of lliino 1 .
V. ('. A. timl of Hi" Hcleticn. Hpnn-
lull ami Mnth rluha. N't yenr nhe
v.111 be lit . C W.
William 8. Hart
Son ot .Mr. mul Mr. J. I.. Hurt.
iCi lown avenue. Hill In very peppy
nml lively lie Is n member of the
uauiiiiter or Mr. anil Mr. IHv
Hill. bo live t of the city. Wy-
nema na ninny friend at II. 8.
She U a tnetnbnr of the U T. O..
Peppy II Cuba. tluh. aeeretary of
the y. W. C. A. and I alio on the
Ilium! it and Tomahawk ataff. She
Intend to teach next year.
Mr. Kred IJorijman lllalravllla
!.. write -t'ntu uif eon waa fif-
teen yuir of age he had bronchial
irouuie. ILia wurrltd me for It
luue to him an nerHiitcu'lv. He
took niedlclnc fuitlifully but none of oy J'-hnlo tenm tlm Npunlnh(lub
It'bulped hint until I Kt hlin a anil tlm Heleiice elub. Next year he
hottlo of Chiiinheilain' Cough Item- '"1'r A- n"1' Ml
udy. Thla bnd a noothlug and heul- Katherine Horton
lug fffei-t and by unlug threo bottlu 1 D.-niRliier of Mr. nnd Mr. A.
of It be was permanently wired. It Horton 1'27 Colorado avenue. Kfith-
Ih iideed a ploi.Hiire to recommend i orlnn Im 01m of tlm iiiokI loved iirlt
o worthy a romody." Hiool. She I a member
flit it'll II (lle.Mioll
must Kick out of ill jw.it
litlln I'oya" uf Hut M'hui.bi 1 s-
bib' beys" of Itiit.i..
Wasn't it Just a l:nl- 1 niid
om t liii -kncha loan 10 say of u
worker that lie wim -o hluv
off a cent ur v
Hi Pimp cayn lie p i ic-i dat the
roads lire never so muddy aitir the
Krouml dries out.
There'M nil aviator iiannl Hone-
break. Just to .shor '!rit im lives
up to bis monicker Im pil.i.'cl
Klil) r.Kainst a t t-lr ; i.ni.' wiro re-
t-illtiPK in lirealiiliK biMi K-s if 1
hureh. a .
Mother' l)iy. Co I.)
A STOLEN SMILE 'ER TWO
"Wliat'H Hie matter with yuiir "leg
"I'm a man in a million."
"J low so?"
"Weil the railroads figure thai
out of every million people they
irry only one gets hurt. "I'm him."'
Two thirst v colored brethren were
William Allen White writing in Collier's pays liijrh tribute to
1 11c cnamocr 01 commerce jie says wit It characteristic candor:
"The. chamber of commerce modifies the innate cussedncss
ot tne average seltisli Hard-boiled picayunish penny-pinching
narrow-gaugea iniman porker and lilts up his snout makes him
see iartner tnan 111s nome ins business and his personal interests
and sets him rooting for his community.
' i"A man no matter how greedy and sauint-eved he mav be
cannot work a year upon any moderately important committee of
nis town s cnamoer ot commerce without being a bettef father a
better husband a better citizen a better brother." Coffevville
' j notable event in the ecclesiastical history of New York
occurred last Sunday when the two hundred and twenty-fifth an-
niversary of the founding of Trinity Episcopal church was cele-
brated. Several church dignitaries including the Right Rev. Daniel
o. lume agea eo Disnop ot Missouri participated in the cere-
monies. The present Trinity always sought by visitors in the
metropolis is the last of three successive houses of worship that
have stood on the same site. The first was built in 1696-97 and
it stood till it was destroyed by fire in 1776. The present edifice
as built in 1830.
Minnett Optical Co.
For eye comfort
your glasses. Our
let us make
508 First National Bank Bldg.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
CHICKASHA. OK LA.
As made to the comptroller of the currency at the close
of business May 5 1('22.
Loans and Discounts 1 $W6.729..V
lT. S. Government Hoods 50.000.00
Hanking House and Fixtures 22466.8S
Other Real Estate 10.9
Honds and Warrants $75615.07
Hills of Exchange 13.291.54
Cash and Exchange 175388.81
Total Cash Assets 264295.42
Surplus ; 50000;00
Undivided IVofits 9349.06
Reserved fir Taxes 5.585.01
The above statement is correct. E. D. FOSTER Cashier.
Tin; assets of a National Bank- represent in a large
measure the funds of depositors and the prosperity of the
community depends largely upon the proper investment of
this money. A bank must loan money and collect interest ;
to take care of overhead expenses; to create a surplus for
additional strength; to bring a fair return to its stockhold-
ers and most of all to care for the necessities of its bor-
rowers. A bank may lack strength because of insufficient
loans just as it may also by overloaning. A proper balance
of good loans in proportion to its deposits reflects a strong
We invite your careful analysis of this well balanced
" THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Ladles and children vrUl find
the privacy ot our room to their
liking in having their eyes exam
As a registered optometrist I
can overcome poor eyesight head
aches and nervousness with per-
'ectly fitted glasses. '
423 CHICKASHA AVE.
Cured without surgery. No pain
cutting sloughing or detention
Dr. G. R. Gerard Mnnekah Okla.
EADS & McCUNE
Room 417 First Nat'l Bank Bids
J. ROY ORR
Office in Court House.
F. K. W:icox Jr.
Chlropracfor Lady Attendant
New office 221 N. 6th St.
Office hours 9to 12 a. m.; 2 to
8 p. m. Phones 378 or 1497-J.
CLARIS G. RICKER
Flra Tornado i and Automobile
Insurance and Bond.
Room 1 Elks Bldg. piione 106.
TOM D. FATHEREE
PLUMBING HEATIN3 GAS
518 S. 6th. Phones 194 and 1054.
Reford Bond Alger Melton
Bond Melton & Melton
Rooma; 409 410 411 New First
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Distributors for Woodstock Type-
writers. Cleaning repairs and
supplies for all makes ot machines
B062 Chickasha Ave. Phone 13.
BUTLER & HUSEMAN
516 First National Bank Bldg.
t ' "S
THE LECTRIC SHOP
EVERYTHING ELECTRAL '
Call Curley 118 S. 6th.
Office Phone 615 or 1486-R. Res.
C R. Strickland Plumbing
; 828 COLORADO AVENUE.
The Btt twgn Madtelne.
"I rn sure taat Chamberlalo'
Cough Uiaedr la the beat 00 the
market to cure a bad rouh or rold
oa the lung. I am only too pluod
to lay a ttw words la it praise"
write Clara Osier Huu Spring.
Mo. TVhPDever I catch a cold It I
do not feappea to bare bottle ot
Cbamberlala'e Ceush Remedy I to
to ne dreg More end get ooa. I
(lad that It giree relief very quickly
ad It I bar a conhrt)g ipell at
Bight It aooa Hope If
TO THE LADIES OF CHICKASHA
In order lo make room (or wj
mldumiur stork which U' begin-
ulng to arrUe I toll hat at
almoNt your on price beglanlog
Saturday for on rtk. Com In
end him thorn. Vou will b ur-
prlned. Trice never before offi-rd.
lidie' llaiaar. 1 3.21
Condensed Statement of tlie
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At lite Close of r.usiness May 5 .1922.
Loan and -Discounts $4I772S.33
Overdrafts 1 '629.35
U. S? to Secure Circulation """" 2tX)!(XX)!ob
Stock in Federal Isesfrve flank fjj 50.00
Furniture and Fixtures . . 10000.00
Real Estate owned " ftj! 127.24
Interest Earned but not Collected """"" 6550 00
United States Bonds on hand $15000.00
Cash with Lr.S. Treasurer 1000000
Cash in Vaults and'with Banks 339957.36
Liherty Loan Bonds . 54200.00
County and City Warrants 200304.50
State and City School Warrants 25791.51 905.253.37
aPial - $200000.00
Surplus and Undivided Trofits 367967
Borrowed money none
Deposits Individuals $1203V53"29 ."
Deposits Banks 2124933
Deposits United States I S.l'.OO 1.226755.62
The above statement is correct. J. E. McNEILL Cashier.
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
CHICKASHA. OKLA. ;
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller 4
Currency at the close of Business on May 5 1922.
Loans and Discounts $731810.02
hills of Exchange 18679.38
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds 29917.95
U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation ..I 25'OOUOO
Honds and Warrants 7009220
Federal Reserve Bank Stock III." I" 5250.00
Furniture and Fixtures ' 501745
Bank Huildinff I"""""" 4SioOo!oO
Other Real L.statc 6 850 00
Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer"!""!!" L2m00
Cash and Sight Exchange ...... 27047-.10
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus earned 7500000
Undivided Profits net """" 1L855!90
Reserved for Taxes and Depreciation.. " 1 00000
Rediscounts 1 65330.47
J lie above statement is correct.
F. T. CHANDLER V.-Presidenf. .
Attest: C. B. TURNER Cashier.
THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILT.
No. 8203 Statement of
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Business May 5 1922.
Loans antf Discounts $460004.70
United States Bonds ' 50000.00
Liberty Bonds "m 4330o!oO
Warrants and Securities 64981.74
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank ' . 3600.00
Barfking House and Fixtures ! 19487!61
Real Estate : ' 7 516.13
Cash and Sight Exchange ... " 175221.20
Capital . $100000.00
'T1"5 v--v- - - 'O00-0
Undivided Profits 594143
SirQ ---" I-""-"""."."":: 5o;ooo.'oo
DEPOSITS 650753 02
REDISCOUNTS " '
BILLS PAYABLE ZJZIJIHZZIZ none
T. . . $826694.45
The above statement is correct. ROY C. SMITH Cashier.
D.S.Downey Roy C. Smith T. H. Stine T. H. Dwver
J. A. Rose Wm. E. Dwyer J. L. Burtschi
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