Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 174, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 22, 1913 Page: 2 of 6
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CHIC K AS H A DAILY E X P 3 f. 5 S CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
of Chickasha. Oklahoma
At the Close cf lysines June 4 1913
Loans and Discounts - . S610.571.90
Stocks and Warrants - - - 74204.92
Overdrafts - - . 5100.23
Premium on Bends . 1676.53
United States Conds to secure circulation 200.000.C0
U. S. Bonds on hand - $ 10.000.00
Cash with U. S. Treasurer - 10000.00
.Cash in Vault - - 82906.00
Cash with Banks . - 127174.67 230080.G7
Capital .... $200000.00
Surplus - - - . 60000.00
Undivided Profits -net - .10.135.96
Dividends unpaid - - 25.00
Circulation - - - 200000.00
Deposits Banks 80 468 60
United States 1.000.00 C51.533.31
The above statement is correct
F. L. SLUSH ER Cashier.
The above figures show the condition of this Bank.
We invite accounts of all desiring safe conservative
and liberal banking connections No excessive loans.
No borrowed money.
Why Swat Flies All Summer Long
and let them jeopardize the health of your family when for
a small sum you can equip your home with
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS
We're prepared for a big trade in screens this summer and
can fit out your home on short notice. A variety of regular
sizes carried in stockothers obtained with little delay if
ordered early. ;
Wm. Cameron & Co. Inc.
Phone 152 M- Third and Iowa
A mm -ta
"Ihrnor to I luine v. ta
uw m our d:itijr n
;e u-;;rfs or t.Wiis thiih hi-lp
Ill's Too Hot
So lunch with Rod-
dy's. Great b i g
FANS .to keep you-
hot weather lunches
The Home of Coolness
IF THIS IS THE
Don't Miss These
Diamond Ear Screws
$25 to $175
Beautiful White Dia-
mond in Tiffany Ring .
$50.00 and up
Diamond Stick Pins
$6.00 to $25.00
$10.00 to $100
J. W. Mey
Jeweler and DiamouJ Dealer
One or r.v peach j.itd al(l;tl to the
Jar of canusJJ vj pivstiveJ iH-aohes
adds to tlie flavor of the fruit when the
is opoiied. '
A leaf of ruse geranium in a glass
of 'rab;ii)le Jelly is a worth while
conceit. So too is a sprig of mint.
If a few tart apples are used in mak-
liig grape jelly there is lets probabil-
ity of the jelly not being fir"-.
It is well to have a larje uiuher
handy when making jelly." The mo-
ment the jelly lias cooked sufficiently
pour it into the pitcher. Then the
liiltiid may be poured more quickly
and satisfactorily into the Jelly
It Is well lo use a silver knifV for
pariug any kind of fruit. The action
oi the acid on a steel knife is unde-
sirable. Newark News.
For Burnt Steel.
Should you ever have trouble with
the bright parts of a kitchen range
turning black from the heat says the
New York Tress you will find that if
you use a cloth dipped in vinegar rub
bing the blackened parts with it the
brightness will soon be restored.
I'otato Sandwich In puzzling over
a new way of cooking Irish nntaiot's
I discovered a potato sandwich .which
makes an attractive and delicious
luncheon dish writes a contributor to
Cood Housekeeping. Select iinooth
oval potatoes and bo.l with their skins
on until nearly tender. Then peel and
slice the long way in one quarter Inch
slices. Dust generously with salt and
paprika and put a thin slice of cheese
between each two slices of potato. Lay
the Sandwiches on a flat buttered pan
brush with melted butter and put in a
hot oven to brown and melt the
cheese (larnish with parsley and
serve hot. A slice of crisply-fried
breakfast bacon added to the cheese
makes a nice variation. New pota-
toes tan be used thus as they are al-
ways more waxy than mealy.
For the Cook.
If junrfln is used to grease cake
tins the cake will not stick.
Nasturtium sanwiches are made by
buttering the slices of white bread and
putting- nasturtium leaves between
them washed and lightly salted. A
few of the flower petals may tso be
To cook macaroni without sticking
use a vessel with a sieve bottom.
In cooking; asparagus for salad it
should be dropped into cold water
Kndive stewed makes a pleasant
change as a vegetable.
Cold sauce or fruit added to junket
makes a pleasant change-Cleveland
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It is so delicious!
Nobody can resist
it is ice tea made
oae more" when
Nothing could be more: refreshingly- welcome to the
cl..'""-e guest; no neal-titno dritil; cot:!J be more cooling.
No tannin taste to Vhicc Srr.:i Tea just ti c real tea
taste with a palatable sir.co'J-.r.c-:: r.::d
flavor that belongs pcculir.rl to V"!;i:c Ty.
Better than ihz I:
Your grocer will be glad to recommend
it because he knows that you'll come
back for more.
Waples-Fiatlcr Grocer Co.
. Doing bard work In a bent or
etoopUig position puts a stitch in the
back that is painful il the muscles
have become strained you can't get
rid of !. Without help. The treat pene-
trating power of JJailaid's .Snow Lini-
ment will appeal to you most strongly
a' such times because it is the very
thing that you need. Price 25c 50c
and 11.00 per bottle. Sold by Owl
Drug Store and Public Drug Store.
JACK CONNOLLY AND
PLAYERS PLEASE CROWD.
Jack Connolly and his players pre-
sented "The American Girl" to a good
sized and very appreciative crowd at
the Airdome last night. The play was
a pleasing one and the various mem-
bers of the cast sustained their parts
very creditably. Interesting special-
ties were given between acts. The
company appears in a new play this
4 wi t?.!ic '-arc w vfc mica.
We hanrflo l!ie !bt.ild Shaptemlt
Sueciiil Whenls and Good Service hou-
tiimi i ires as shown here.
We tx lic.vp that tlip irtiis fr!T Pinn
IoikII tii;iul tiityeift yielured blo
wiil !;iti:iiy you. It. is nmi o Otnnil
yeai"i"t ffviri' 1 hfi-n;i !i m-t a In tie
m tlriri fie oulinuiy kinj that
require coiiiinual rentois.
Successor to Geo. G. Calvert
Causes of Stomach Troubles.
Sedentary habits lack of out door
exercise Insufficient mastication of
food constipation a torpid liver worry
and anxiety overeating partaking of
food and drink not suited to your age
and occupation. Correct your habits
and take Chamberlain's Tablets and
you will soon be well again. For sale
by all dealers. Adv. d&w
core r-op of Kansas which gave
promise on July I of exceeding two
hundred million bushels. Present in-
dications are that the state will not
have half a normal crop and every duy
without rain adds to the dama;e.
In five weeks Wichita and Dodge
City have had only ."7 of an inch of
precipitation. In six weeks Concordia
has had .71 Hanover ."U Manhattan
.83 Topeka .!8 Mcl'herson 1.23. Up
to last week the crop held up very
well despite the deficiency of moisture
but the Intense heat Tecently lias been
very disastrous to. the crop in most of
the slate. There are sections In the
southeast quarter where heavy rains
fell early in July and these parts still
have a chance for a fair crop. On July
1 and Kmporia got inches of
rain Fort Scott 2.71 lola .1.22 Sedan
1.41. All tiiese are in the southeast
quarter of the stateij.
In the southern western central !
and northern parts the crop has been i
very greatly damaged. Wherever it j
has been in tassel during this week's '
Intense heat is is reported to be ruined j
bo lur as raising any grain is concern-
ed and much that has not yet tan-
seled appears to have dried up beyond
Note: Contributions to this column
are invited.. Articles must not exceed
2".(r words In length must be written
plainly and on one sid-e of paper and
name of writer must be signed as an
evidence of good faith. If desired the
name of' the writer will be withheld
from publication. Ed.
"The rents of residence property in
Chickasha are a little higher than they
were a year ago and the desirable
housed are well filled. In fact it is
now a pretty hard matter to find a
des'fable hov.se. If we should have a
call for a five six or seven room mod-
ern house at the present time I don't
know where wo would find it. On top
of that this is what is known as the
dull senscn when usually it is an easy
matter to find any kind of house for
rent. When the rush begins In August
and early September I think the ten
ants will have a hard time finding
anything desirable. This is the . best
condition rents have experienced in
' three years. Last year and year bo-
fore last v entv of priori rtoir.-.i.i..
STATE PRESS PRATTLE. ; lnmlprn lfi;i . ..l
I . ..... uv-f uui uim
This fact is also b;!ng noticed: The
KANSAS CORN CROP IS
REDUCED ONE HALF.
Kansas City July 22. bout six
weeks without any important rain
ending with almost two weeks of
blighting temperatures 'with the ther-
mometer above 100 degrees nearly
every day have piayvd havoc with the
time has passed." Major Hrothers.
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The tender prime qualities
Roasts Steaks Hams
Chickens Chops Bacon
are the reasons why the most
exacting: trade prefer to trade
here. You receive the hest in
quality and secure the best
prices possible for such qual-ity-whenyou
House of Good Meats.
people are not allowing themselves to
be lathered up on account of ;he ac-
tivity of men who want office. (luih-
Patriotism tells Hill .Murray to
make the race for governor self in-
terests tells him to make the race for
congress; which way do you say he
will jump? Ardmoreite.
The determination of our citizens to
improve the roads is bearing good
rruit. home very bad roads leading
into town are in a very much better
condition since the citizens have be-
gun to work on them. The township
hoard is also do-operating and has
had a number of men and teams at
work. Marshal Wyatt has caught the
fever and it putting in splendid con-
dition tho street m ar the high school
I'liHd'.ns i:i;:h Swings Herald.
"Kvery good house with modern
conveniences and in a desirable loca-
tion is taken as fust as it is vacated.
The result is that at present there are
practically no fiist class houses in the
city that stand vacant for more than
n ui or ;wo ai a ti:i:e. a are
liowoviT plenty of houses for rent
but they are not desirable. The ma-
jority of them are small and in poor
locations. The condition for property
owners i3 better than it has been for
several years." Jonas Cook.
There must be ;
Oklahoma who fee
their "lulkn idol'
sou. Jim Watson
i few gentlemen in
very unhappy over
the boss of Okla-polities-
and Vice President
. c ! n II I nil ij
Made from hops and
malt by the" Pabst
Sherman and I'ncle. Joe Cannon were
a catechism t-Ft cf "good" K'piibli-
cunism in those days. ' If a worker in
'the -ranks did not swear hv them li
was not considered a true Republi-
can. State Register.
Has ail the Strenghtening
Qualities or iieer With-
out the Alcohol
In every home where there s a baby
there should also be a bottle of Mo-
Gee's Ilaby Elixir. It may be need d
at any tir.ie to correct sour stomach
H ind colic diarrhoea or summer com-
plaint. It. is a whofesotno remedy eon
tains no opium morphine or injurious
diu of any kind. Price 2.'c and HOc
per bottle. Sold by Owl Drug Store
and Public Drug Store. Air d&w
Oidahoma national Bank
Of Chickasha Oklahoma
Official Statement (Condensed) to the
Comptroller of the Currency
June 4 1913
Loans and discounts " -Overdrafts
U. S. Bonds - - ! -Premium
on U. S. Bonds
Furniture and Fixtures
Warrants - - - $ ! 33483.12
Bills of Exchange - - 123.91)9.00
Cash and sight exchange 308029.28
Total - - -LIABILITIES
Undivided profits net
Total - -
The above Statement is correct.
J. P. WI1ATLEY Cashier.
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nrv t. D:ji ej ci ti O
ti .u. liiiuaii 1 1 BBiuem xjii r . uuiins vasnier
W. W. Home Vice-Pres. R. E. Maxey Ass't Cashier
F. C. Hall Assistant Cashier
lie Citizens Mom
Capital . . . . . $75000
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your Businesa Solicited
DIRECTORS:B. P. Smith. Wm. Inman VY. W. Home.
W. H. Driggers J. F. Driggers J. C. Driggers. Ed F. Johni
JUccoobU of mcrcband corporation! and Individual solicited. Every ceor
tety ex'.inOed conti$teat with coatervative banking.
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And the Electric Fan is just
as useful in the home
as in the office.
4 cents runs a fan for 10 hours.
Chickasha (Mil Heat & Power Go.
317 Chickasha Ave.
of His Opportunities
In selecting a kinkin
A thirst quenching
flesh" building bever-
age. Good for well
folks better than
medicine for sick
ncction he requires a safe
bank in which to dej-ou't his
money and valuable securities.
A bank from which he can borrow money to
carry oh his business enterprises. A bank which
by constant growth -shows progressiveness and
ability. And remember your deposits are guaran-
teed by the Guaranty Fund of the State of Okla.
We Offer Our Services
believing this Lank can and does fulfill all these
Accounts opened for a deposit of $1.00 or more.
We pay 4 per cent on time deposits.
D. U. Esser Cashier.
M; F. Courtney Pres.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 174, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 22, 1913, newspaper, July 22, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728976/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.