Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 197, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 19, 1914 Page: 2 of 6
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The Bank and
iTI No bank can continue to do business if It
ll does not possess the good will of the puttie.
The steady growth of this bunk's business id a
Btriking evidence of the popular confidence in the
inHtitution and that in turn we consider a very
IT It is the object of this bank to be as helpful as
possible to the commnnity as a whole. We are
ready at all timeB to take an active purt in any
movement that is likely to redound to the benefit
of all. . '
Entrust your money and your financial affairs
to a bank that haa taen . proven by every test
for years and never found wanting.
Established Over Fifteen Years.
The First National Bank
Wm. Inman President.
W. W Home Vice-Frea.
Ed. F. Johns Cashier
t G. Hall Aaa't Cabhier
The Citizens National Bank
Capital . . . . .. $75000
Surplus and Profits . 45000
Your Business Solicited '
.DIRECTORS B. P. Smith Wm. Imnaq. ""W. W. Home
W. B. Driggers; J. F. Driggcrs J. C. .Drixgrie Ed. K.John
1 MtMMaf af mtrcbeeli corporation and ladlrtdaali aollcltad. Uftf r.
gf tr x1oa0eO coutltteel with eaaaerratlra banking.
"This is Mamma's Store"
How ofun wa hear tlieae woida
from tiny lit. ' A dia cluU
growl oidi. tli aeina imfresion
grow stronger and alia will aay
imU.i "Tlii i OUR Stora."
Our Future Customers
Are Growing Up With U
Bacoma acquainted wiA our gooJa end tr!eai you will al-
to become a ragular palro And iael tliia a "y atora.
Our custom. li.ve found tW they can Luy anything hare
w iwrkct eonfulanca -no gooda of tUotlul quality ara aduutwd
to our atoeka and the fnee la right.
Make yourself familiar wUb those
We are making a specialty this week of Heinz Spaghetti Pork aftd
Beans. Let us sell you a dozen cans.
E.TIGNOR PHONE 83
ChlckaKlia Ir famed for many tiiirifis
ami- oan bonm of hfr miprpinary in
various J!neK and get avfny with It
Lut nr()i4')ly the one wonder in Chirji-
ublia 1 1 1 u f HUiiuls head and shoulder
uliove nil in iIih nature of a "phprirmi"
Ib Charlie KIHott agpd 10 yeara be-
lieved to be tile youiiK'Kt buiijiT in
tin world. '
Other barbers are digger than the
midjjet of a tonsorlul artist many
lh(;re are who can Kive you a Moi'fl
detailed uRennut of how Corbet to llrL -i-d
Sullivan or can deinoiiHtrate by ar-
gument of po'tiln how much belttor a
M-rupper I'titer .iuikxon was tlian .lack
Johnson or vice versa or yet can pro-
duce the dope to Hhow that ''('op" An-
mui wbh in Ills prime the best ball
player of past' prewent or future. AI.so
there are many older barbers than
lite ChickuHha boy marvel and never:' I
who wear louder Bocktt and nwkth'd
tlian he but there Ib one thing that
Charlie can likely luy claim to with
out fear of HUcceKaluI contradiction.
'e is the youngest barber that ever
manipulated a razor. "
Some there are who will tell you
that he la a barber's apprentice and
according to the rules and regulations j
laid down by the International Uar-
bers' union he is an apprentice but
that doesn't bother the youth in the
least. He proceeds quietly about' his
work in hia father's shop unmindful
of the fact that he will he compelled
to work several years before he is
given a card In the union. He is the
son of'W N. Kll'iott proprietor of the
hock Miami barber nhop.
Does -he work retilarly? Far be It
from such.' He Is just a regular bov
and beliH' thai need to hike off oc-
casionally to a swiminin' hole or prowl
the banks of the Washita with a Bet
of fishing: tackle. Also he plays base-
ball in the back bits like a million
other youtiKKters who are emulating
the famous Honus Wagoner and Tyrus
Cobb but his bit? feature act and the
one in which lie takes the most pride
is when he tiptoes by the side of a
barber chair and jerks Hie wirey
whiskers from a brushy chin with a
stroke so light and easy that the cus-
tomer Is lulled to sleep like the marin-
ers of old when they heard the sweet
strains of ii)usic from the harps of the
Nor has the boy wonder broken Into
the barber game within the past week
or so. He has been at it for many
moons a little uncertain at first pos-
sibly but sticking to it with a grim
determination that is rapidly landing
him at the lop of his chosen profes-
sion. 1 ' '
It seems to have come natural' to
Charlie in a way. lie tomes of a fam-
ily of barbers. Not alone Is his father
an adept with the rubor hut he has
several uncles who have mastered the
tonsorlul art and have pursued the
trade for many years. Though he U
a wee mite of a lad barely able to
chin a barber chair he Is working
every day and promises to be the
greatest barber in the Hlliott. family.
gave us a rotten deal-but wq get away
with a couple of your bats' but In h 1 1
i n y life I never heard of a gang leav-
ing a bat and aending back word that
it bad gotten mixed with theirs by iiiIh-
lae. And it is a perfectly good war
club at that."
OPENING OF THE
Four passenger 4 cilirider has tie points -of the
big car except price and cost of upkeep. The
up-to-the-minute car alone-in its claps. Makes
25 to 35 miles to the gallon of gasoline on bad
roads. 3 speeds forward one reverse. Sr.litdorf
dual ignition. Weston-Mott rear axle. Perfection
cantilever (easiest riding) springs. W ire wheels
stronger and lighter than wood. 104 inch wheel
base. Nickle plated trimmings.
PAUL SPINING GOODARS
The 1914 Buicks will Soon Be Here. JSOO to $1G50.
125 South Fourth Street
!.'! i . ' r-
Just ; (
Shawnee Team Pulls
Off a Starring Stunt
Other baseball teams have beitten
Chickasha through luck and some by
better ball playing. However the
Shawnee team established a precedent
and Chickasha takes of their lids to
that aggregation. All this not be-
cause Shawnee won the game for such
lid lifting on that score is not due.
It is the stunt pulled alter the game
and which was di: covered some day
or two later that marks the record not
especially locally but throughout the
entire national sport.
Some have even gone so far as to
hint that It brands Shawnee as rank
innate urs. and yet that team Is to be
commended.- On Tuesday after the
Sunday fc.ime the management receiv-
ed a phone call from the Harvard ho-
tel slating that a baseball bat belong-
ing to the Chickasha club w-as in that
! hotel's office. Straightway he pro
ceeded tbilher after the cudgel.
"The Shawnee team left it here
with me" said them hotel manager
passing the war club over the coun-
ter. "I!ul I don't quite understand. Did
they forget it?" asked the baseball
man-.examining the bat and noting the
i-vislika Chickasha's private mark
on the end or the bat.
"Ob no they didn't forget it. They
said it belonged to you and that it had
gotten mixed with their bats at the
park" answered theh otel man.
The baseball man felt a little grog-
gy pinched himself to ae if he w er
asleep and dreaming made the clerk
go over the entire recital again found
that he had heard aright then shoul-
dering the lmt he walked away mum-.
Ming "I have heard of base ball teams
writing back 'You beat us' or "you
Amber' dkia ' Aiips. IS -i'l'liK mlvr
school district. which was a pioneer
iii the consolidated school movement
Is proud of having one of the best
schools In the state. Official an-
nouncement of the opening of the fall
li rin has been made as follows:
"The fall trm of the Amhei gradud
and high s hool will open August Hi
"We take much pride in announcin
the following teachers as being our
faculty for the term.
Prof. A. K. Wickizer principal
.Miss Margaret Michelson high school
Mrs A. K. Wickizer high school; Mis:
Kmiua Kobertson grade; Miss Lulu
Klrkland grade; Mib Bessie Tidwell
grade; Miss Klizabetli Richardson pri
"A mh( f boa? Ik of having the larg-
est school dislrlct In this great stale.
We have able teachers for each grad
and department our principal is es
pecially strong having been educated
In the educational fields of Indiana
and having taken a post graduate
course front the Cniverslty of Chicago
I'rof.' Wic'kl.er holds four degrees'.
"Why nend your boy or girl away
firm home when he or she will ;
the same (raining if not better at
home? We do not hesitate to nay that.
we are going to have 'the best school
in (Iradv county.
"I'arenUi A tll please have their clill
(Iron ready to lie in school the first
(lay and we would urge that they send
1 hem' every dav I hat they po'sihly can
do He. Yours for ' better schools -1..
HuilliiHKWorlli. Sec. Amber .School
Chickasha hUn New
Continued from Page One.)
spots and am for Judge Williams now
and the entire ticket from lop to hot-
tin. "Mv eerwicea.are rvt the command of
the chairman of the committee and
Judge .Williams and I hope.! may he
able to do Home little service between
now and the November election that
will redound not' only to my own ben-
efit but to the credit as well of those
loyal followers of nine who ni'Ver uit.
me and who Hljyays made a good and
sipiare fight. We' have a. hard tusk
before us I don't mean to he under-
stood as saying that there is anything
doubtful about the outcome because
there Is not in Oklahoma but every
.Democrat Is supposed to do his duty
I'nd this is no time for anybody to sulk
or to kiok or complain.
"We have just started in the work
of this new state building a grout
i oiiimonwealth. I know of no man
that is belter fitted or qualified or
deserving to carry on the work thai
we have begun than Judge Williams."
A number of other speakers includ-
ing ex-Cov. Haskell and several slad:
candidates joined in the bent Uncut;'
of the leaders predicting certain vic-
tory in November.
There are different kinds
of groceries bat this one is a
leader in carrying the lresh-
est and best only in Canned
Goods. Fruits. Crackers
Bread Vegetables Bottle
We know the particular
housewite will find this the
store at which she can prac-
tice the utmost economy.
One way to; reduce the
"cost of living" is to trade
here i'hone 14.
STUDYING THE WAR MAP
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To its many subscribers old and
pew the Daily Kxpress is offering a
most unique premium that should at
once become popular in every home in
Chickasha "where there Is a refrigera-
tor or ice box. The blanket is made
of vegetable parchment. Is thoroughly
suniiary and its value lies in the fact
that it. excludes he t from the outside
and retains lb" cold air beneath. Just
plaee the blanket loosely over expos-
ed side of ice top or front tucking the
edges in. It will keep the outside
warm air from coming in contact with
:be ice and save one half and will
not decrease refrigeration. The blan-
ket is not porous so it will not become
musty or strong smelling won't dis-
solve or go to pieces when wet so yon
need have no fear of clogging the
tliin pipe. Don't use any more por-
ous unsanitary cloths burlap sacks
or newspapers on your ice.
The only consideration necessary to
secure one of these blankets is to
pay one month's subscription In ad-
vance to the Daily Kxpress -forty
cents and our solicitor or collectors
will hand you one. Or the blankets
may be obtained on the same terms at
the Daily Kxpress office.
If you do not desire to advance your
subscript ion one month the ice Man-
Het may be bought at tins olil:'e
i'rice !( cents.
NOT AN ISO
. Kaiser Wirhelm.'ou the left looking
oer a war map vdtll hia cjommuudnr-In-chief
Oen. von Moltk
The kaiser has now gone to the front
to coiunmiid pewenally his armiuu that
am Xrj Uitf to luvudo Pr&ucu.
Many Similar Casoft In dhickashn and
This Chickasha tiian'i Hi dry given
litre Is not an holalod case by any
means; tteik after week year after
year our neiblihoiSc 'lire lelliitp simi-
lar good news.
W. M. WilllMiii'v' proprietor restau-
rant. HilS choetav- avenue. Chiekanha
' Ok In. ri-'-s: "That Loan's Kidney
fills .'ire a remedy of merit . I ion
willing to b" cinoti'd as sayinif anil 1
give this s'atenient to that effect.
Whenever as the result of cold i.e.-
Ding on my kidnevs or n strain front
standing long. I have suffered from
lameness in my hack or have noiici-1
irregular action of my kidneys I have
used Doan's Kidney I'ills and (lie re-
sults have been vatislaetory. Others
of my family have been benolilcd
I'rice fOc at all dmilem Don't aim.
ply ask Tr a. kidney remedy-get
Doan'a Kidney I 'II In - -t 1m aame that
Mr. Williams had. FuMer-MIHium
Co I'rops. Buffalo N'. Y. Adv.
J : y
once at evry man
door. The man whos check
is good at the Bank seizes
the business opportunily and it
doesn't have to call elsewhere.
Build a credit balance in our
Bank with deposits even though
small at times and you are ready
to grasp opportunity.
Tiio Oklahoma National Bank
1 ' Chickasha Okla.
WHEN TIES ARE HARD
Money close and the demand for loans
about three times as large as we can sup-
ply' it ' is natural that in case one of our
regular depositors needs an accommoda-
tion lie should be favored first-his inter-
est cared foi .
Why not protect your future interests by
opening an account with us now the
amount of your first deposit is not so ma-
terial as the fact that you become one of
We are the only bank in Chickasha oper-
ating' under the Guaranty. Law (.
4 per cent paid for time deposits.
FARMERS STATE BANK
JOHN T. OWSLEY
Fire Tornado Accident Health
Hail on Crops. Bunds f All Kinds
Suite 412-414 First National Bank Huilding.
CHICKASHA :: OKLAHOMA
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and your; cooking worries will be
fewer. Your cooking better. .
It's the only Flour made in Chickasha.
Before Y(oi Purchase Figure With Us
. It costs you nothing and is appre-
ciated by us.
Wm. Cameron & Co lnc-
LUMBER PAINT BRICK BUILDERS MATERIAL.
On;6 a customer always a customer. . -
(jive ua a trial.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 197, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 19, 1914, newspaper, August 19, 1914; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728900/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.