Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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CMICKASIIA. OK LA .
CAPITAL - $200000.00
SURPLUS - $ CO.OCO.00
Largest Hank in Soul Invest; Oklahoma
Jt is the policy of this 1 sod; to aid in eveiy H.i-
mato way ami assist in the. development of the
eoinmcn i:;l and financial interests of Chiokasha.
To that end we ask your co-operation and trm;t
it may he your pleasure to place' ail or a part of
your account with us.
United States and Postal Savings
The Only Modern Machinery
Equipped Garage in
Capable of taking care of all kinds of work.
Everything for the Automobile and Mo-
torcycle. All workguaranteed. Phone 908
Boone & Eickerts Garage
209-211 South Fourth St.
Oil C rlil
1 1 ill 1' CLx LiXaE:
1 entirely upon luck
j But insure your property
with us today--whatever
i you have. We have a policy
j that will cover it.
3 OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Long Experience is a Guarantee that Your
Busings Will He Handled Properly
Collector) Having Aui.essn.eiits.
Ala.vur .1 I!. Ilill'loll has been col-
lecting the 1 1 i f j ( i n -u I paving assess-
inenis on Chirkasha a h.' lids week.
He )i'iiil'tft Kutld Mlcrrs.S The llOllila
! in. l.f-ri' for Hie payment thin year
and Hi. ui y or Is making an effort u
coilt'cl .'iiOii;-';li to rover Hit bonds.
!i'ijrK('i K. t i tifly who has been ro-
'rov.'i'iiiR from an uliaek of ptouiahui
joiMiiiiiii; was if j)oit i'iJ io'l;y as lin-
ing iiHu-li improved. Mr. Hurley's
condition was very r.i'rlona for tmvpr-
al days lit was poison.nl l.y eating
canned fruil larit .Saturday.
New Telegraph System.
Master Charles Hill Johns ami Mas-
ter (leorge Dashner have organized
iin electric telegraph company mid
j. have Installed a private line between
j their ImmeM fur their own private- use.
j Tho Johns Dushner telegraph nystm
is about a l.loi it In length mid the
j boys are fast I.e. inniiiK expert in ihe
j art of transmitting and receiving1 rues-
Hen Fruit is Scarce
Kggs are so scarce in Ohicknsha
I hat there was a famine of hen fruit
toduy tit a number of the local groc-
eries. Eggs could not. be obtained for
love or money. Crocers phoned to
noighbui in? towns offering fabulous
prices but there were no tKBS. One
merchant offered $1. a case. "There
never was Hitch a shortage in the sup.
ply of eggs in this country" says an
old time grocer. The wholesale lions-1
i ( s were without eggs.
Prayer Service Grows in Interest.
The midweek prayer service at the
Methodist church is fast becoming
ore of the most Interesting services
or the kind In the city. Pastor Walk-
er lias hit upon the plan of Ihl'nig
the members of the oneregatie't con-
duel tlse services and the exr!.iier.l
is; proving highly satisfactory. Tim
meeting last night on the subject
"How to Overcome Temptations" was
handled by the speakers of the even-
ins in a very instructive and enter-
taining manner. .Mr. Schlottcrbeck
Mr. Banks and Miss Itnlioff gave in-
teresting talks - -
Teachers' Training Class.
I'ra.-ier iianks was appointed tench-
i er of the Teachers Training class that
was organized tit the conference or
the Methodist church last night. The
training class has been organized with
the object of furnishing the teachers
of the Sunday school with better la-
rilities tor preparing themselves us
teachers in school.
I'i'iii.d i'.HL. s'.i::j -..a-...' .; ... . . i. i t ti c i::ic .!
iitiirs r:r; ;.:. r i t-1 : i . " m-r wiis. lair our run:
will n.t !:;itK: i'u- Wrum ct cv-ijik wsthoul 'ooU
fitfe ii'.o.id ur.v riif.fc tif.ii : he j'.!! ine tun rim smooth-
ly vi'l:(Mif oil. ' After nitinv ti:rs of Unity in tle
Httivi. j'l'ictH't- of HHUi.iln. Ijf. It. . I i: luliiij
th;!t v!ir.i t!ic stuirnicii v.!.s out ol order iho l!u"d
iinpurt. -jihI tin we .; nitol'e f-f ''i.';H'i ii t.ri i!..
down u Ionic nni tie of t!i-.- j-ijevric - t r-. L-t of r rtuiu
fin.!-; M.j ll.i: bet currlnc-. I hi l.c culliil
Dr. Pierces Goklea Medical Discovery
!eii.( muiie without uk-ohol this " Mcdicul Discovery " hu!is llic hlunincli to
Bssiiiuliitc l lie ItM.d tlierchy curing tty-.i'i psio. It is vspeciully bituptt-d to (j.scast i
ulleudud with ticessive tissue went'. not.dil iu convuli'scciice trtiin various
levers for thiii-l. looted e.plc lu.d t!iu.e v.ho are ulwuyi " culcliiii); n.ld. "
Dr. rieii'c'ji (oirinioit Sense Mctii.'id Adviser is sent on iTroipt of .ti o.rc-
eeiit staiiips lor the I reiu.'li clotli-boiind book of H H)?J ;i.;jii Addrc H Dr.
It. V. l-lurce No. ftoj Mniu Stnet lioifulo N. V.
And the Umbrella
Alas Come Not Back
Several weeks a;o during I lie rainy j
season a married man took from the
umbrella rack at his home a gold hand
led umbrella umbrella which belong-
ed to a young lady who was a friend
of (lie family and who was visiting at
his home lie used (he umbrella dur
ing the day when he made trips out j
over town and enjoyed its protect in's
shelter. Late In the afternoon during
a drizzling rain he was making his
way along llie main avenue holding
the borrowed umbrella over bis soft
crush hat. A lady approached him
addressed him by his name and ask.
ed to borrow his umbrella. Being a
southerner his chivalry need not li
questioned and ihe umbrella was
loaned. Alas he did not know the
woman and she never came back. It
coi.t him $7.."n to replace the umbrella
and bis injured sense of misplaced
gallantry will never be healed.
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pod. Tic-re was coiisiiieralile traffic
on the street l (hat lime of day bill
fortunately i her.. ' were no collisions.!
Little (ianniwe Was done Ihe I'aiin.-r
wagon and outfit.
W. II. Ihigier a farmer living two
miles south of Amber is reported as
rr ill. Mr. Kngler is having much
lioiihle with a tliroai affection.
DRAY TEAM rAn AWAY.
The dray team owned by Kd Palmer
runaway today. The team became
frightened near the Hock Island de-
I'ourtH street before they were stop-
Good Health Impossible With a Dli-oroK.-od
There (ft 11. .tiling Una will create
(jickiie- s or cause more trunbie tba;i a
disordered sli't'.uu h and i.iacy people
chilly contract serious maladies (simply
tlii'oiigli disregard or ahn-f of the
We uiyo every tuitt sitfferiug from
niiv stomach .l.'-ranactiicnt. indigestion
or dyspepsia whet her lieiile or ( br..nl.'.
to try l:xnll Dyspepsia Tab!. 'Is with
the distinit undei landing Hut v o
refund their money without (pie-ti.ui
or fiiiuiality. If after !.'. nnl.'t' n-.1
of this meilii Ine tl ey : r. not : .i!
i-lied with tlie results. We reeotn
mend them our ru-to; iers ev-
ery day 11 nd have yet to bent' of
any one who has not been beiietited
by them. Three sies 2".-'. oik-. and
$1.00 a bos:. Sold in this .-ouiiiiuully
only at. otic store The Ilexall Store
H. J. Brownson Chlckaaha Gkla.
INTEGRITY of the people behind a National Bank ia one of
our Nation's first demands. We are proud of the HONORABLE
NAMES b'ind our hank and of the BUSINESS ABILITY of o-J-directors
n'l of whom have made a SUCCESS.
We shall In1 j'.lad to take on your account and Rive vou the ad-
vintage of our Ions? experience when you want BUSINESS COUN-
SEL. Let OUR Rank he YOUR Rank
We pay 4 per cent on the money you deponit in thin hunk and
compound interest every six months.
The Oklahoma National Bank
Saturday Jan. 21
P.. P. Smith President. Win. Inman Viee-Pres
I W. W. Home Vice-Pre?. Kd F. .Juhnn (.ashier
e Citizens National Bank
Capital ..... $75000
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your Business SoLcited
DIRECTORS;--!?. P. Smith. Win. Inman W. W. Home.
J. P. Sharp J. F. Drig?er3 J. C. Driggers. Ed F. Johns
II Jka'tuitt ct merchant enrporntion nml IoiUvMimU $olicitd. t.vtry co'r
Ilhv f rfeni'cd tnniHtcnt with coiitcrvtiiirt bunking.
25 Snaps for 5c
Watch for Display of Fresh Fruits
I I want your meat business I need i
it. You want good meat-
you need it.
117 17 A Yd House of
UjlJLjhJ Good Meats
t Giiickasha Ice ui Cold Storage Go.
Satisfaction Lump Kitchen Queen Egg. Washed
Nut. Tell the iceman. Phone 440.
Two loving Cups
In addnion to his premium winnings
at the Oklahoma City pouliry show
repolled in tiie LaPL-ss Tuesday W.
II. Cattb rat ralile hotoe today Willi
a lot more ribbons and two silver lov-
ing cups. The cups were won on tho
l.e.l. p.'ii.s ol' While Corks and i.iack
Mr. Catteral captured ribbons
and the two ruu on his TH birds en-i.-red
in a contest with I Juu fowls.
His winnings on Minorcas wilt- a.-
Single comb white: first on cock
first on cockerel first and second on
hen first and second on pullet first
Single comb black: first s-.ecnnd
and third on cockerel same on pul-
le fourth and fifth on hen firs; and
third on pullet fourth and fifth on
In u first and third on pen; also three
specials for best pullei and pen in
Allied New G. 0. D. Grocery
Next Deer to the New Post Office
i For Sale or Rent.
?ISp!?ff liOro I'i'" ItiMiirance. Rents Collected.
i PbUI SIU! 0 W. C. MATTHEWS
2ia Ciiikaiiu Avr
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Just as Good as Olive Oil
for Salad Dressing
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Use wherever you would use butter or lard
wneaper but every bit as good.
Makes Bread and
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! ' HEO GREAT
THE STAU TIIEATliE
ONE WEEK STARTING
Monday. January 2iMli
An Attraction of Merit!
Ten People. Standard Productions. I
The highest class popular priced!
attraction traveling. The most 1
elaborate costumed company !
at popular prices.
Play Monday j
The 4-Act Society Play
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1 Oc a Pound.
A 5-Callon Can 75c
Cliickaslia Cotton Oil Co.
15c and 25c
Prices for this Extra-
Look Ladies Free Monday Night
With One Paid Admissiwn !
! Get your H"'it ; c arlv. St-ati on Sa!f at DrD.vrwnn's Druir Store :
1NLT UUlVitLO to those who havo hid
the foresight to look ahead and put thoir
Stands in the sune relation to your financial
affairs as your doctor does to your family af-
fairs. YOUR INTKRLSTS nre carefully puardtd every trans-
actions is strictly confidential. We not only rive you the very
best treatment and service that bankintf can afford but PRO-
TECT yoiv money against Um at all times by the Guaranty
rund of Oklahoma.
The Fanners Slate Banli
U F. ('OURTNSjY Presid"nt. E. W. POWER Cuihier
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. THIRTEEN, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912, newspaper, January 25, 1912; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728785/m1/2/: accessed November 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.