Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 246, Ed. 1 Monday, October 23, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA CAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
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t .' " P a ri k ?
Whatever else you may want the prime object is cer-
tainty of repayment.
The First National Bank
For eies'en years this bank has been identified with
the progress of Chickasha and Grady county. The
fund.? of ita depositors have been conservatively han-
dled ar.d every call for a return of the same ha3 been
honored with unfailing- promptness.
With this record as an earnest of what may be ex-
pected in the future we invite those in need of ourser-
vices to call on us.
Capital '"$200000.00; Surplus $60000.00
United States and Postal Savings
Of The Town
FROPDt TREATMENT FOR
T i n n ii
I H ii n II
When ordering Groceries in the
morning if quality and right
weight and best prices interest
you our store should be fore-
most in your mind.
Let our 'Sun-Shine"
123 South Fourth Street.
Knight! of Columbus Social.
i The Knights of Columbus have an-
j nor iced a social evening at the
Kilights of Columbus hall for Thurs-
day evening of this week. A very
entertaining program has beeu ar-
ranged. Will Unveil Monuments.
I nveiling exercises will be held the
second Sunday in November bv the
j Woodmen of tie World Lodge. Ar-
j rangomenia are being perfected by
the committee in charge to make this
one of the best ceremonies of the kind
j ever held in the local order. Four
i monuments will be unveiled.
j Eoy Hurt in Pillow Fight.
Do ran Cascoigne a little eight year
' old boy fell this morning at the home
of bis parents corner of 6th and Ida-
ho avenue while engaged in a pillow
fifeht and sustained a dislocated el-
bow. The Cascoigne children were
playing on the bed when young Dor-
t.ooa & company have leased the
adjoining front room In the Owsley
building to their suite and Dougan
and Hayes have moved to the rooms
A laundry that wears out and fades
your garments doesn't deserve your
patronage and you are not forced to go
to such a laundry as long as the Pearl
is here -:- -:- -:- -:-
Pearl Steam Laundry
Pete Heffner Prop. Phone 392.
j across the hall vacated by Simpson
j and Holding this law firm having
j moved to rear offices in the same
! building. Maurice Smith hag moved
his office to the Judge Williams build
Baptists to Give Dinner.
Members of the Baptist choir will
Bene chicken dinner 'own town Wed-
day In the Ben Johnson building next
doo rto Kendall Caltovays furniture
store for the benefit of the pipe or-
gan fund. The dinner will be serv-
ed beginning at 11:30 o'clock and con-
tinuing until two o'clock in the after-
noon. All kinds of home cooked eat-
ables will be served.
Chickasha Dusincss College
Full and complete Commercial and Stenographic courses.
We secure positions for our graduates.
Many good positions will be open during the fall and
winter for bookkeepers and stenographers
Enroll now and be prepared.
-22 1 mo.
You Dissatisfied Housewives
TRADE HERE AND END YOUR
THE KEYSTONE GROCERY
Miss Leah Hoffner of Kingfisher
and Miss Dovis Hubbard of Entrance
Texas arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon and enrolled in the Girl's
College this morning swelling the
enrollment to 228 students.
President Moore is pleased with the
gradual increase in the enrollment
and with the average attendance. Be-
fore the first of the year he expects
an enrollment of 300 young ladies.
During the next few days the first
public recital of the term will be giv-
en. The faculty will entertain with a
recital Thursday evening and the stu-
dents will giro a recital Wednesday
evening November 1st.
The fast thing to be done in the
treatment of Catarrk is h begin the
use of a medicine that tcill have a
direct effect on the scarce of the
disease; in no other Kay can any
curative progress be made. S. S. S.
does this more quickly and satis-
factorily than any ether medicine.
It is the most penetrating of all
blood purifiers thoroughly yet
gently expelling all catarrhal mat
ter and imparities from the circula-
tion and by its fine tonic properties
strengthening and building up the
system in sack healthy manner that
it is enabled to overcome the de-
pressing effects of Catarrh. Some
local treatment is often desired to
open the air passages of the head
and nose and relieve the congestion
and "tickling " of the throat and
other unpleasant symptoms. There
are many helpful measures which
may be resorted to and there are
others which may be harmful and
to aid Catarrh sufferers we have pre-
pared a special treatise on the disease
which will be of great value to any
who sufier with this trouble. This
book together with any medical ad
vice free to all who write and request
it. Take S. S. S. regularly and according-
to directions and it will cer-
tainly remove thz cause and cure your
Catarrh. h.S s is sold at drug stores.
THE SW'FT SPECIFIC CO. Atlanta. Co.
Reports Conflicting as to
AT THE a
rr'Tibu Feel Solid akd
THE KOZY THEATER.
South Third street between Kansai
and Chickasha. W. C. Blackstone.
Special Feature MondayTuesday
October 23 and 24.
"The Night Riders of Tennessee
The greatest picture of the age.
lectured by Mrs. J. Arnett. Special
5 and 10 cents.
ORPHEUM THEATER. '
"The Human Sacrifice" a thrilling
'SV Girl and a Spy" this is one of ;
best motion pictures ever shown here. '
A war picture. j
"Swor and Humphries" comedy
singing talking and dancing. Be j
sure and see this act.
Jerry Holmes Travis pianist.
Matinee Saturday and Sunday at
2:30 p. m.
New pictures every night.
Four changes of vaudeville every
y r WITH MONEY
IN I HE BANK.
IT IS TOUR
The sword and pen are both mighty but MONEY is
mightier than both. Protect your family yourself.
Start now and watch it grow.
We pay 4 per cent interest on the money you put in
our bank and compound the interest every six month3.
The Oklahoma National Bank
v A PROMISE;
ry a fM !'
1 11 1. MIPREMK COURT did a srreat thinp; when it declared
t he Uank Depos.t Guaranty Law Constitutional. U$ Fellowi that
J-n t know a;i about hank statement? can't tell whether
they are good bad or indifferent.
Now Wo Do Know That When We Have Got
a Dollar in a State Rank. She is s Good
as a GOVERNMENT BOND.
I-".:ret Paid on T;me Deposit. Your Business Solicited.
Tlie Farmers State Bank
CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA. i
U. I . COUIiTNEY l'rc:i!cnt E. W. TOWER Cashier.
Hands are Burned by
P. L. Liltcn commonly known as
"Sid" Litten had both of his hands
severely burned Sunday afternoon in
a gasoline explosion at his home
South 2nd street. Mr. Litten was at-
tempting" to light the gasoline stove
when a slight explosion occurred and
his hands were badly burned. The
right hand was burned on the palm
and the back of the left hand wan
severely burned on the back.
Mr. Litten is a workman in the
woodwork department of the City
Blacksmith shop and will be unable
to take care of his craft duties for
several days. He suffered much
pain from the burns yesterday after-
noon and last night.
An announcement was made from
the Star Theater Sunday night that
Dubinski Brothers would be here all
week and render a performance each
uight at the Star but this has been
cancelled. The company have an en
gagement in another town that it is
Impossible to cancel and there will be
no more performances In Chickasha
at this time.
I'ekin China Oct. 23. A big bat
tle took place Saturday at Kwang
Sliuen. 4n the- Jiu tJeh province .but
reports on th result and details are
conflicting. The government report
states that federal troops were at-
tacked by from 2000 to 3000 rebels
and that the rebels were repulsed the
rebel loss reaching 200 to 300 and the
loyalist loss being not more than
thirty. It also states that six big
guns and crthr weapons were Cap-
tured from the rebels.
The government admits that Its
fleet near the scene of the battle la
without coal and rice and must have
A dispatch from Pekin to London
states that the loss In the battle
reached 510 but does not state which
San Francisco Oct. 23. The main
army of the Chinese government tin
der War Minister Yin Tchang said to
number 20000 men was defeated yes
terday at Kwang Shuen Hu Pen prov.
ince according to a cable by the
Chinese Free Press of this city. The
rebel army of l.l.ooo under Li Yueng
it is stated captured artillery bag
gage train and ammunition of the im
perial army which retreated to Sho
The .cable stated that the imperial
forces were completely routed and
abandoned their( supply trains. The
mountain passes at Kwang Shui now
reported to be held by rebels gives
them control of the Hsnkow-Pekins
railroad over which imperial troops
are being moved.
Governor Sun Po Keo of the prov
ince of Ahan Tung is reported to have
narrowly escaped death yesterday and
to be in hiding in Chins Tao. Rebels
burned the governor's residence st
Tsi Nan Fu and the majority of the
imperial troops went over to the rebels.
THE MAJESTIC 1 HEATER.
"A Mexican Love Affair' a beauti-
ful love story of Sunny Mexico.
"Let us Smooth the Way." a prob-
lem of old age. If we had nothing
but this one picture it would be worth
the price of admission.
Phillips and Newell. Two speedy
steppers. This clever dancing and
singing act was well received by the
audience last night and thy should
drr-v good houses during their stay
Bettle Estis pianist Prices 5 and
Doors open and 7:30 shows starts
Telegram by United Press.
Harrisburg Ills. Oct. 23. An explo-
sion in the Ogar mine No. 9 at seven
o'clock this morning entombed and
probably killed 16 miners.
It is impossible for rescuing parties
to reach the men as the atmosphere
is full of gas which Is very dangerous.
Six rescuers were brought to tho
surface nearly dead. It is thought
that powder caused the explosion
which was felt for mileu around.
You cannot be.too careful in' choos-
ing your druggist. This store prides
itself on its. knowing how .and care-
fulness in filling prescriptions.
THE MODEL DRUG STORE
A;jyiH;-A MODEL FOUNTAIN
With Tha-Z- J
It is surprising1 how
much time trouble and an
noyance this simple little
Crescent-Filler will save in a
year's time. It ii to be found
Jnff.T i!!!nl Fnnnhjin Pa-n
J1 IlffP and is the means by which anyone
may un inemaieiy recognise ine most
perfect fountain pen made.
Call and let us tell you all
about the advantages of
DEATH NEAR POCASSET.
The funeral senices of - Williard
Dewey the year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. Dewey who died last night at
the family residence In the vicinity
of Pocasf-et were held this afternoon
In Pocnset. Tiie young mr"i died of
j pneumonia and li?d been sick only a
i short time. His fau.e: Is a farmer.
NEW SUITS FILED.
In Superior' Court:
Velma Hankins vs. John Uankins
divorce and alimony. T. J. O'Neill.
Cement State bank vs. H. W. Rhod-
es action in replevin. Simnson
In County Court:
B. B. Bridges trustee vb. W. J. Pat-
ton on appeal Harry Hanimerly and
Same vs. H. P. Ruff on appeal. Har-
ry Hanimerly William Stacy.
Same vs. Ceo. A. For PChor nn an.
ieal Harry Hammerly L. Hamilton.
Fred Howell vs. A. S. McVay et at
on appeal C. M. Ferhheimer V.
K. V. Young vs. Kd Godfrey open ac-
count Gillett Libby and Gilletu
to State Position
K. K. Colby city engineer received
a commission this morning from State
Highway Commissioner Sidney Suggs
appointing him assistant highway en-
gineer for the Btate of Oklahoma.
This is an honor and will eventually
be a position worth while. Just at
present there is very little work in
that line according to Mr. Colby's t
Mr. Colby is one of 'he best civ-
il engineers in Oklahoma. The state
highway surveying work will he heay
as soon as the preliminary work is
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END YOUR MANTLE TROUBLES
riy Ca5oI'ne or Kerosene you will eventually use
Blow Mantles. Buy Manlici by name. Co to 'your dealer snd
My nrmly "I want Block Mantles." Dealers write for caulon to
THil ELOCK UCHT CO. ; :: YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO
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ELLIS RESIGNS POSITION.
J. S. Ellis manager of the Singer
Sewing shine company's local of-
fice has resigned his position and will
leave the last of this -week for his
former home in Wichita. Kansas. Mr.
Ellis has been hero for the paBt three
month auditing and looking after tha
accounts of the company. He will
return to Wichita where h expects
to go into business for himself. Mr.
Ellis expects to open a real estate of
fice in Wichita. During his short
stay in Chickasha he has made many
friends for his company and Is one
of the most .capable managers the
company has had here for some
months. His successor has not been
At the head of
the good cooks
w h e r e f or
years she has
gotten her best
M E A T.
OKLAHOMA WEAVHER BUU
Western Union Report at S a. m.
Oklahoma generally clear and sool.
Light frost at TurceU.
THE MONEY WHCH YOU SPEND
AT HOME MAY COME BACK TO
YOU; SEND IT AWAY AND YC'I
SEE IT NO MORE.
IF YOU LIKE
dime into nor altr the nhop n0-y-iT
on the appttiring inkv pic
ImnK brail ami cntiainnery.
I her look good and arc gooC.
They will make you hungry
tml if you take home home the'
I'imilv M il! Ac oh. L x en tinny
from .Mac' ChiH ohtc to our
peciil mim e pie ;' the Ix -mf it
kind holciome cll m.idc and
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 246, Ed. 1 Monday, October 23, 1911, newspaper, October 23, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728831/m1/2/: accessed June 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.