Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 214, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE OKLAHOMA STATE BASK. AT
CHICKASWA I M THE STATE OF CKtAHCMA AT THE CLOSE
OF EUSJNE68. SEPTEMBER i-
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Overdraft; $aa!4 aiwl un"-tire4 4.TC8 iT
f . ftwA o! ' : - -- Nob
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B".o-'f tsz.$ Wirratit. ete ; 32.5 1
BsiKi-Ji? J tOW i . . Ns
Tumimrt i4 Fitter ' 381
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Ime ffwm Bank . . ....tl2ii'S (!
Cfc k' n4 otfcer h !. ... 13.23S 75
( of fei.tr on w 3k si
c-h in E-.k .n: ls-mw
! CCE TO THE NCRTm pole.
J tier. ;rt2s Pole:
; Of laStj ti.4 .tCJ j. jgjj.
; To oo.lt .oar .'la.'- a proa tin? p'afs.
" V4re 3 a: golderii yc:
H irk.a :o ism joa
:Ic:o M.'Hi:iJig o'' store ''orJa
I Tkaa certiy tie top e-td of the t-arti.
Capital KwK'fc tM In .
SurpSa futi ' ' r
1'r.dhlded Profit. les Expanses and Tax paid
Sole and. Bill Redfcewua'ed
BiHn i &&? !e :
Liabilitie tbr than Uk store ttid
tm to Bank - VAZ.'jZZ
Dlv'drJ.'ia BBpSiid 4. - Noae
Individual Depci:s to Check 29.01 '
IwjxiEd Certiflcat of Deposit Svtte
T1e- Citificatt of Iepo.il S37 W
Certified CSetkj : r- N--
CiAfe!" Checks outruiMfsi 582 S3-
F'r age t ;.-
A fce Diigtt to o-j.e tia
Yoj '. ft i.:.n ul jr. to irfpt
Oa j-cwr Icy ttro;.e
Tou fcave .t -
For all tie wor.-i to woBder wbere
you wt-re at;
From ibe f!a;;.wj tiioce of :b .Nona
jo ; ; : - - -
t ci I r p w ra . m a
Jlnviticff can to call
STATE OF OKLAHOMA COU-N'TT OF GRADY" :
I il L. Ja?loe Jr. cs.ti?r of th aoove bask do folemoly wr
tl&t tlw stie i4t?Jrt l trw to th bt of uy. knowjdje and bf"ef. &o
1-iJj ae Get If. I- JARBOE Jr Cbfer.
fnlwrrfla M mora to tf ore a 'tiJt IStb day of Spteir.5xrr 13K9.
G. V. SICKLES.
'.JOS -It- AflTil !
5 SI I
Fti putliebed August
!I 1165. )
Xolk-e ! Lereby given tbat a tai
arrant In the amount of $40.42 bat
t'"!n Issued against lot No. 1 tlock No.
217 cl she City of Chlckasha to pay
for the or -'ruc'Ion of eidalk upon
Ttiird street sdja-nt to Raid lot Ed
has be'-n filed with tbe city clerk. Hetendd asd coKec'ved
at tbe ftxpfratlon of tbla notice the I TLU 21st day of August 3903.
amonnr waBicd In ia!d warrant wltb f 21-301. Joe Dews City Clem
fees of the clerk and tost of public
Aid join you on tbe a&ex o t"rS tw.
! But cow
. Y'oa're discovered at last
And your pttst
So longer a mystery.
Win 5e pat Into biatory.
H I'.iy gee!
You eaa't buck aaSsM. ma a fcen be
; .' goes
" After what be Llow
I. there. And say. .
Sitff tbe Yankee hag cotte yoar -ay
He'll ' rlos the gloriocfc 3ur. m3
.Ai.d E.fcice tie l:-J Wbite anil flu;
'Tern jou into bot stuff
i'Aio'i ttat rjougb?
i you g!id ttat tbe starry rag
Ih the North Pole flag?
We love tbe ta-ions of the world
But oh you Fo'e."
We've got you unless
Ka out his hewik
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icim;u upuu tac iai aj;u c .;".-' ru lno th"
!a tbe eanr.e macner and at tbe same y.isat"
!:r.e as taxes for e r.er&l purpose? are.
G. W. BAREFOOT
R. K. V. OOTTEN.
orUIML iUN oAlUiiUAY
cost of piibKcatioc it'A cot' be paid
a'd fees acd costs and pecalty of 23
per cent fcball be added to said tax
warrant aod made a part of tbe origin-
al assesssuf-Dt and the same shall be
certified to tbe county clerk and be ex-
wrong cake of 1
V.". J LarijjKOB.
tifln ball not be paid said fees and
os?g arid a penalty of 25 per cent.
h&U be added to said tax warrant and
siade a part of tbe original asieament
end tbe tsrt.e ball be certified to It
ounty clerk acd be extended upoa tbe
lax roHs and collected in tbe me
a.ai r.:r and at tbe same Siiae a taxe
NEAR DEATH IN BIG POND.
I RtiAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
v ! Furnished by Wftstphal & Lacy
It was a tbnlljng experience to Mrs. j Bonded Abstracter.
Ida Soper to face death. "For years 8j
420 Misses Children's and
We have the&e cap? in a. I colors
a ad stjles. Just tbe cap for school
wear worth cp to $t 53 Special
for Si'crdiy only 50c
15c acd ?2 1 2c Giaiham
25c value spec a! Satariay 15c
100 New Skirts
See our new skirts bfore jon buy.
S ecial prices Saturday.
We have r ctiveJ a few cambers
we areclosicif 011 tbey are --Il new
goods but 'c!v a few of a style
f j 00 'V B Nufora - $2 40
2 00 W. B Xafortn
1 50 W. K NlfoTO!
Special attention t.ivtn this de-
oirtT.snt and for Sitttrday we will
ive a special disconDt on all Suits.
Bip assortment to se'ect frocs spe-
cial ur c- Sa'i'.ia. 10c
The Price isth Thief
SOUNDS PRAISE OF THE PIE.
"Perfection of Feasting" Say Writer
Compared to Ambrosia of the
were lucg trouble gave me Intense ;
suffering" she writes "and several j
tlatea nearly caused by death. All
Thursday Sept. 1S 1909.
. Sila Simiitr to K!a.-?.- Kaxtnn
rented lea failed acd doctors said I was j
! 9-u-ftr ti;-o iot n
and 14. SF it A
for general purpose are eitecded and . Incurable Tben Dr. King's New Dis-i
This 2!t day of August 3 S0J.
tl-Zdt. Joe Dews. City Clerk
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent tbat I have not been j
lot V 30-4-7. .
Charles T. Williams et al. to E. B.
I Turner $1000. lot 3. block 250.
ifl Tf. published AuKOSt 21 1S99.)
j troubled In twelve years." .Mrs. Soper ;
I live in Big Pond Pa. It works won-
jder in cougbt and colds gore lungs
jbemorhages la grippe aatbtna croup.
I whooping cough and and bronchial af
fection. 50c acd $1. Trial bottle free.
Notice 1 cereby pivn that a tax '
warrant in th r t ftf f 4.'i i hnc
r. 1 ' . ! Guaranteed by Brown & Co. D&W
Seen issued agaitiht- lot No. 7 and part -
f lot 8. ti V. No. 23 S of tbe CHy of ' ' '
Cbickasba to pay. for tbe coo struct ton I Green Wheeler shoes for the ladies
it sidewalk oikjd Third ree aija-; God man rciiool boes for the girls!
tent to said lot and bas been filed with Douglas hhoes for men and boys. ' Wei
&e city clerk. If at the expiration of j can fit and please you. Jackman &
tbls notice tbe atnoijtii named in said j
arrant with fees of the clerk and j
Aaron N. .Mttrphey and wife to Tbos.
C. Slnrphey 9-15-09 $800. X Sib
SE; S S NE SE 15-4-8.
Oool & Co. to J. Leroy Saddler
4-17-0 $7.!.-! lot 2 block 288 Chicka-
Ole II. Dab I and wife to Arthur Ers-
iand fi-16-OH $l.r0 lot 3 block 2-3
T. ( '. Gardner to E. W. Kir! ley
9-9-09. $C600. NW 28; SW SW 21-5-8.
S J. W. Brooks and wife to C. C. Paws-
Leiaon 411 and 413 Cblckahha avenue i more. ft-l-VOS ' $C00 lot 24 block 47
New White Block. 35-3t .Middlt-burg.
THIS IS US
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Pie alone or as a prelude or post-
!ude to appropriate viands is the per
fectlon of feasting. It may be grace ?
before meat or after but it is always f
a benediction a blessing. There are
travesties of pie but of them we do f
not speak. Pie that is worthy the 1
name pie that Is pie is the light that j
never w as on sea or land of Cockaigne j
the consecration and the poet'8 dream
of fast breaking the fine fancies of;
transcendentalism were nourished on ;
pie for breakfast. It is heaven's best
gift to man. We do not know exactly j
what the ambrosia of tbe immortal '.
gods may be nor their nectar either. :
but there is reason to believe that '
the Olympian bill of fare is the pie i
and milk of mortals. At least it is bo- .
yona mortal mind to imagine a more
excellent menu and the perfection of ;
pie itself is its all-encircling outei .
edge of crust. 1
If the appreciation of pie is to begir j
at its crisp circumference why art ;
pies divided into wedges? The in-!
stinct of the ra-e is sound upon this (
point and Is the convincing answer. '
A pie is not made; it grows under '
the hands of genius and its periphery f
Is the finishing touch of creation. It 1
Is the last word in pie. The apex of:
a wedge of pie is the alluring over- j
ture to a crescendo of delight which !
reaches its climax in the "crust end" j
and as this crust becomes part of one-
self one knows what pie is for. The
"crtist end" is the final cause of pie !
itself its raison d'etre the solution ;
of the blissful riddle why is Die. H
is the last act of the play with a ! k
happy ending the concluding chapter j trict is
of the romance in which they lived
happily ever aftarward. It is that j
which whets the appetite for another
wedge. It tastes like more. New . .
York Evening Sun. f i AH kinds 01 bread cakes and pies
the st ever. Phone 690. 9 i5 ttu
NERVES RASPED BY WEATHER '
Our Fie Cof ee
Cake or Pie
taakes a sne iuncb for the
buy man who cannot wait
to have t'.iiags cooked fcr
him. Ready in a moment
good to tbe tasteand sati;
f)inx o the appetite.
Our Lunch Room
is a clein p'ace well man
azd. where fcod Is ; roptrlv
and expeditiously serve to
all comers O e trial wi 1
make you gla 1 to come again
Fourth 'Street pen
t the corner of fourth and Da
ta oa this cewly ?aved dis-
Mary hd a little lamb
but the lamb Mary bad
went to scoool. Our
lamb w serve in
choice chops and
roast-. Alsotir e beef
porkandvsai in pro-
fusion at right prices.
Try us fpr Pure Leaf
Lard too. We like
phone orders s we
jhave the service.
Will A. Hopkins
j f HE PURE FOOD BUTCHER
i l Phone orders are
C. O. D.
"n 101. 1V So. Second L
It's a big satisfaction to you as wail as to us to open a new
season with a clothes display such as ours where nothing but
the very freshest classiestand bsst of the newstylesareshown
And where there is rot t ? n tbe slighest chance nf tjeitirg anvthin? but good
qnal'ty. Tf vnVt never vi$.td our store do so now ry all mean aid se- what
the world's Lading dciig n .-! have done in the way of s.n trt uit- overcoats and
raincoats. We tbow them ail side by side the price ranns; from $10 to $25
Al a special treat exarnien the remarkable line of n fi suit stjks featured ex-
clusively by us'at
$ 1 0 $ I 2.50 $ 1 5 $ 1 8 $20 and $25.
Saving you $5 to $8 a suit'
ii 1 mi fi 1 1" V11 in 1.1 illinium- i.jiw ...11.11.. 'mmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam
118 SOUTH THIRD Wt&gM t. J CHICKASIIA
STREET Itr : W?T70Jfi OKLAHOMA.
Man Suffering from the Heat One Cause of Poverty In Britain. !
Made Things Uncomfortable j If the sol! of England were subjected
for Conductor. - J to such Intense cultivation as that ol I
- j France and if the thousands of acres j
Between the warmest hour In the now wholly unproductive as pleasure i
day and the hottest man on his car a ; parks wore brought under tillage 1
conductor on a North Nineteenth . millions of the nnderpafd and' onem- '
street trolley put In a decidedly em-; ployed could support themselves by!
barrassing five minutes yesterday j agriculture; but the big landowners j
afternoon. decline to part with their holdings
The perspiring passenger a short and a parliament which refuses to lav '
fat man with a remarkably .red face the ax to the root of the tree which i
sat in the center of the car with his will not even facilitate the transfer !
head as far out of the window as safe- of land by making Its conveyance
ty permitted. The conductor alao cheap safe ad easy trifles with dilct-;
very warm touched him apologetically j tante projects of afforestation and'
on the shoulder. busies itself with impracticable j
"Did I get yours sir?" he asked. schemes of non-employment insurance j
Drawing in his head with a jerk lis It any winder t'mt 75 per cent on
the fat man glared at the eonouctoi 1 the lintisli people live In cities and
ferociously. that a considerable proportion of them
"Don't you know?" he demanded. j are on the ragged edge of starvation
The conductor srnfb-d faintly andj all the time?
explained that in a crowded car he j .
rould never be (piiie sure whether haj
had collected all fares or not. THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM
"If your business to know. Is II L seen' fn the' red face hands and
not? That 3 what you gl paid for
isn't it?" pursed the other.
1 es. s r: but 1
"Well if you've failed in your duty eezema bad for five years defied all
you may expect no help fioui jne" i remedies and bafied the best doctors
tiody of the little son of H M. Adams.
of Henrietia I'a. His awful plight from
and the fat man poked hi.H head out of
the window again.
And a the oaJurior retreated as
gracefully as possible under the cir-
cutimtancea . the glaneea bestowed
upon him by nil within earshot wpm
expressive of almost everything but
sympathy. -Phllfideiphla Times.
who said the poisoned blood had nf
feezed his luriRS and noshing could
avu him "Hut" writes his mother
"fneu bottles ot Electric Bitters com-
pletely cured him." For eruptions ec
ema. salt rheum and nil blood dis-
orders and rheumatism Klocirlc Hit-
lers Is t-upreine. Onlv BOc L'uariini.n.1
yY"'"'' v ynu n" ey. bul
we n mkt your old one
a good as nw l(h pair of our
We understand Eyea and Glassr-
our hutineis lo fit lh one with the
Lei u help you w at you u.d to
aeepossiWy at you never saw
M. FIAIAU 6 SON
THE UP-TO N;W '
Jewelers and Opticians
32 Clckasha Aventie
2 30 to 5:00 P. M.
3 to 10.30 P M
Moiion Pictures that
Finr nnd Talk.
Mechanic! YdudevlKa chanced
avery Mondiyand Thursday.
Motion Pfclurps rhanged Monday
Aiiu;i:sinn Adp.lis 100 Chikirt n 5c
I'R Ii SjUVI-NIRS
jby Brown & Co. D&W
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 214, Ed. 1 Friday, September 17, 1909, newspaper, September 17, 1909; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729007/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.