Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 154, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 8, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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CHiCKAlMA CA.'Lr tXPREIS CmCK-AlMA CKLAKCBA
cvr riiv.cer te t r-J ot
VE ASK YOU
Tocxarrtlae our statement cf condition. People b
entrust thMr aon? to bank aSould know something
cf .! financial trftptJj.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the Ckfte of Eatinea June 7 191 1.
I.- ) C.C'.tS . infiz.a
Ti'. 1 ti vi &r w k'.i-.-'-i u ct Vs-
Urt ail .---'- (.: tirfii!.
fct3 t3 W armaria IXitt-Si
Tt- Is ti ?.v.''.rt ti izvr.T w lit :..;- td fa a'-vkj;
esritty it tMrxt irriit are aa c-irr.ti oa
-.-.. book it ;tr it.;.
Ti.'i Is tie bv-i.: virr
i'.h tavii: i'-si :jw ii..f '' C-i.-ie aa
rr ... '.'ui? la t.'i-SAr t-.i.it traiic"iu
tf tA pra;-;t ts.aa.
L'Aitad ttates fcsv6s to sr e?wMrtis 1CCKXS0
Ti j U ti saj.r.t 'J r.'-tr we live 1: r:.l la t":.;--!
t'i'H b.i.C to sf.'-sre ba-".Jt tvits t! tila ttaxk iita
are :a tirr.:-'.- f-vr i;ita tsotit.
L'niu.4 tiatf fcsvca et rj'i... 1S0CXQ
Ti.: is fte a.-sst f moity w tire l-.w.) a i"a&e4
tita-e l-.".t w ttyAA. i;.-Js w
lave at ti:s f:3s ;3j:::s to f I.'.v
Ctn wit) Umtti Suit trta.arer 22 3 CO
Tt.'t U i? wsvsst of we itte (.a de;:? wjta it
Ls:V;d K Trn'jrtf to ries. o.r Ci";i.:d la- at
t wi.s foraii-el to ti fj'.ej States Trawsry t'jt
esf f; '. : .
Cat ci Kani 7SDa3
TV la itt ta la ht'.zl mil la o ti-u
Cah w.;n t'i 123.S2128
Tor it '"ii'ii-o Kt. Iym.'t ar.'l Ka'.tai T5:;. I-'- ft
tK'vst of ic.iil cia i u ti 12 VU: e our ?U-
My Invisible I S
I la Scrrc Ha by ui
By IL Forsythe Emery
till I t.; ;xtt Is asi J
Sii;L.:7 r i ti tt4tr.
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t via li (-T jr.ri-J fj t-.t
a'- r a 24 ft-t as.i .r-l ?it t-t x; t
mt r't-i or irt i c-;cl i-
J r r t. t- irtiij
KUtf-rn'Tft of th ( invWlvm f
The Oklahoma National Bank
At Chickanha. in tl.- .Stat! ' Oklahoma at th
clo.'ic of JLJ.rtiri-r?t Jurie 7 l'jll.
I ta aa a..to"rsr. Oi
r'fiir.? I if tt.:j-e"i't'a ftsr ;4
at ti. l-L' it tji .!! dijJii
I vt . jtrf (.a a t--jrct.r
sl-nr .tsil-l tat a ftr ftt t'wjTe
c j t-sul 1 t.'4 a wiruaa' tct pro-t-j-
E.7 tasi9 la a tet tJ.ict l- '
asd-bj. I fps4 Ai4 iw.-it-i cp. i
Fr-yisi U-twa tie jta cas tie
V.'HT ODD WORE
3w W&r t J"X g8ff!t;s. tin
'n(!t":rt' u l -d to-a Di waa Wtrm but Fa.Xion Mente
ia Tti 3 tn-r ia w-I far Twa Da .a. 'i
f-f-.5rf ar4 (fee una tf tb .:L
W !i tow prtfr t.tir to tse. Ey
IV'oe OJJ f a t!?.-k
cf a ::
-1 wttt a lawyer."
Ail tf.i.f di.-it wltila I to-::i v
Im'at.z and dinrounta - -
Over'j.-aftfl H:cijr.'d and un-curfl
U.S. Bond - - -
Piemiurn on U. S. IJondrt
Hclernption Fund ...
Furniture and FixturvH -
Stocks and Warrants J31.7:7.2C
Ca.h and sight oxchariK': 1310:7.55
TeUl Aaacta i4vC2
Capital StMk Fu!' Pa d 2'.0 YSIi
Tl.;i f ".'.-i".'f-l i''-o two ti-;R'l aiarta of !!' ratS
. a-n3 x fai.'jr tr tie f.o:i'ii.' Jn cf ti.a trask.
Ea'p'aa tj.CC M
j Tt! rjnn tr.t ptirrlii of esrt.'r.fi or pr'A'.tt trota
I the tajs.t-a f.:ca taa it o-at aa a-Sil"iia! work-
lr.if ear;: til .ut .vti".j to c-sr jfrLa.
UnJridti Pr'.f t (Stt;
Th: 1 ft trfi'iTA cf net poflt w a ta.s4 ater
WrUj oar rn.tttia; z;A&t to Ji"e.
TV la ti esttsal tt. k r.o of ft; ti.-rk eo6:"!sa; of
ta. ws.y. ffiy a&d ct.e twtir4 tfol.'w t:i: tow
fadlvidual Dep-;:U 437.8401
Ti;j la the aaoaat our ttuVtoen La U4 ca
'itl'y:t. to tttk.
Bank DS'.. so.Ki.44
' Tt; !a tho ax-rant twaty batka lxt4 la OklaSkotna
United 6tt Cep'. u 1000X0
Tf.:i the taviit tie fsJi! eU'c-a tia dxa:.et wlta
af;r b.c c'if d.f ;:n d sl.ouji j The tar.3t
tL- ittrwjI.t STpa rrr.'r:f(As( V- . Mft'q i-Vi.w
j-int.y wsa to t. tr tiece riant r nta' fiffc;oa actor of tho town
ita tl'J tie waa e:tfa year of ace. j Soko tfxe ago the fcroker ta.J a r.j
S!3 tie rtrt waa t be free to act i erir to :! in the tale of sotse
. - - . - 1 - " . . ?y " ii; 15 A u. a- : S
I Iat if lU teirti at tto tis iVu.i u.ea ta!git ise-aa tiaf the caie wosiid ' J
r iiitde-i or id any way w:5.t4 to ar Ioe a fat comcltaioa.
now o yoti k.v..w icai i am a law- st.r oer ts i-e. re a retiaio ts- rtsn to tf.e back and sM.
rerr I aaie-1 "How can J eryv.V " Cr ter aoat'a gtianJaat!j ac4 tie f !ho oocdi. Ee quick." the boas or-
lire Vaa to re .y. I tUtebed tct t !rt;rty paa to Miao Markiey f r life. 4 er4
t';l 1 t-ear cotLStg cort Tttrre waa
bat vt bttrtieuti's. tce oce (us at
bar tattfc4 f rooa L's i;jssttc
Liit aa ei.'l to tie eot versa tioa. X
wa.xl a f tnrjuLVt; tbea. tiiLkitg
tiat tt.y l jrkiLg (hero cii-r tio w5a-
Jw t..-lt c';r-;r-jfcl3-e my InirUlbla
ciUriit I wa.al oa.
Tie bxt erecitg au4 ti iseit for
renl day a I atroited by tio boae at
lie fternt tour a:.i even Vjilend a fw
t' '-r;..:.; ca-l r ttse window bat tot
fc.-;-r tame from betiud tto l ii.v'j.
I f .rr.4 n.any tbeo-rtea aa to wtat
bad ocraiTl It was evvleat tfcat
Capital gtock paid in
Undivided profits -Circulation
Individual DopoHits $17272.10
Time Certificakm of Dcpwita 57Gi:.73
be itaO cf H. Tl t&;r woti'.d
ton cf age la a few weeks.
It waa erldect to me that M'ss
Mark'ey'a object waa to k-p tt ward
la itc batkgroutd t:il after tte waa
e.':.!fn. aa4 fce waa doobtksta batcb-
leg a i!aa to f roTo ber feebie f.ii: !ed.
It waa ir.y art to coccoct a f!aa to
o'ifwit thi evfcetoe. Jfy weakc lay
la tbe fact tLat et the i!gbtest Aoicb-
ari'a on icy part Hubam
would likely te spirited away that till
aLe came of age her auat was ber legal
raardi.aa and that I bad nothing to
a-jc&e or-e the voko ermd to btlocg- j ghow that I had ben retaine.1 as the
- 8i3.10 32
Tie aV.te -ifa..it ia rwi-ct
V. L FU HIIKP. Caiiiiler.
Tie aVs f:irea tbow fie eiad;toa of 0.;s link. V. Inrife ac-rf.-f.i'jg
of an 4ea:r. n'e cof.wrsa-Sve asd liberal banking connec-
&xOi. Ko ei'..i.rT lokstv-ao borrowfed t&oncy.
j yoi:iig lady's eoansel. IiSd(ai tli'J( I
; l.ad never aeea b.-r and bad no evl-
d ;; e that s-be n of soood tp!nd.
Khould I apr Sy to tbe courts my later-
fereoce would at on' become public
jrojrty and to jiid;e would order
' JCs Bt-iibsm broogbt before him oa
etKb scaot evldeaco as I ml.-ht furtil.li.
I coiiSd do Bvtbiii ttat waa legal;
therefore I D)UHt break tbe law at tbe
I bat a tnerbodlc&l irin aa detencla- earoe time getting such advantage aa
ed to b-i;!a v. t '.i. -l. &V.r at the be-
e.nulsz. I ir.UHt 2eara from tbo ot;t-
K.de who occupied the bouse tben
oai!tL!a5 alyut tbe occupants. I ' traosfi-r tbe kee;itmr of Mi Beobam
to a youig wor.-iso was dttaited ca-
wi!ilr.giy. Bot wby? To tbla there
were icany .ossibio a&swera. Tbere
wn oiio tbat caud me to dobt tho
ejj-j:i'y of r -irtuiag tbe toatter any
furtt'T. Tbe tersoa cilgbt be feeble
tcix.dfcd ferbat.- Insane. If t!..' were
true I wtild aake a mistake doing
gr-t Injury to csy elieot aa well aa
B.yteif by fca laterferen-re.
wf.n!f1 r.rrit'f tri?h tnt nd mr rlifrnt.
' KeaHzlng tbe fact that "j-ossession la
nine r-clnta la tbe law" I resolved to
to nome other person ibao ber aunt.
Thla inust either be done by kidnaping
her or giving her an opportunity to
Your laundry bill will be the same here
as elsevhere--but your clothes will last
much longer. What kind cf service are
b;rd a boy to watch tbe premiM at
t.V.t boor In the cion.!ng wbea trad-Ci'-n
deliver provisions no'e tbe names
ou tbe wagons calling and make a list ' on.e of her own accord under the care
of thrin. lu Ibis way I easily aecured j of a new keeper. r
wveral firm names one of a grocer of Having opened communication with
whom I bou.'bt oy own anpp'.lea and her Humiptitiously it wns to be expect-
bo gave IMS the name of the porsoii to t ed that she would look for a meaning
whom be sent goods at the preml.wa ' lu anything I would aend fcer. 1 dare
In mif..t1..n It r!vi T-t; I ttk titf.t h ' n.t t.r-ft.A un 9 fi.m ...a In
' MarkJey a rich lady obont fifty yeara j employ of her aunt for It was to be
j old. ' j tuppowd that she controlled them t
! .My next morn was to obtain permis-
j ion of tho grocer to go on bis wagon
out deliver good tnyiw;!f. Putting oa
'old ciothesi 1 d d so took a La.sktt of j Copy.
1rovLsion Into tbe kitchen and by I bodied
fbattlng with the cook learned tlwt hol.-i. I felt more conBUence in her
the occupants were Mtett Jlarkley and " noticing tbls device thau the first.
waa les tbaa a half !
Mock away. Tbe veatber waa tjslta j
asrm. Wi'h deliberation Dtlos slipped ;
on tia c&at and tbn tis overcoat atd I
went o-Jt. la a few minutes he re- :
turned with tie bocds. Tbe saie waa
rxade acd tie "uftorr.er left. - i
"Now win yoa klrdly tell ct 5!r. !
Odd" tbe broker aaked. aftef a pre- !
Ilmfcary sputter or two "just why i
you stepped to put on your Terccat ;
State of Oklahoma ('ounty of (Irady bh.
I J. P. Whatlcy Cashier of the above named Bank
do solemnly swear that the ahove Hlatcmcnt is tru? to
the best of my knowledge and belief ho help me God.
J. P. WJIA7 LEY Cashier.
c!a;!ly when the weather is so warm?"
Odd's face stowed acrprise that each
a question should even be aeked.
"Why sir" te said with a patron-
izing smile "didn't yoa ooico that
my tron.sers bad n't been pressed for
SHORT & CLARK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
E. S. DOUGAN
& Real Estate
Office 313 1-2 Chickasha
Over Farmers State Bank
1 . n
lYi 'ft? A
I f ..W"V' . r'
concluded to ue a method of the same
kind aa the first I bad tried. I sent
i i.fr a magazine maraea sample
Under certain words that em-
niy message I pricked pia
55 ' A1
because You Can't Lose!
h.r nfee. Miss Irene Betiham a girl
fflwwu seventeen and eighte-n. This
was all l Ini'ortjiation I could secure
but it was enough for a beginning. If
Silas Markley wan rich I might be able
to find (something through records cf
h'T property that Is If it were real
estate. I went to tbe office of the
receiver of taxes but tho name Ellz-
alK'th .Markley was not on bis list It
occurred to inn to look for tbe came
of Benbaai and I found "the estate
of Adoniram B-uhani. decaned." Here
vas a iKjtnter. If Irene Benham waj
! beir to this property it was possible
jthat ber aunt ai hold I tig ber a pris-
j oner while she was attempting to get
i h"-r estate Into her own hands. At the
I court of chancery I wus shown tbe
j will of Adoniram Betiliam. and tbe
fust! wax plain. Irene Benbaoi was
! beir to property worth about half a
j If Mis Markley were wicked enough
to fulfill tbe theory I had formed of
j ber It would be necesaary to fight her
i wltb fire. I dare not make any open
move whatever l?t she should remove
; h-r nlitfo to aome hiding place where
i he could not be found I must ct
Unto clandfstluo communication with
: Mis Benham.
I bought a book suitable for a pres-
ent to a young lsdy. prettily Illustrat-
ed and sent it to her through the mall.
I s.ot no note of explanation Willi It
tior wrote anything on the flyleaf but
j the book Itself contained a communica-
tion. By a delicate underscoring of
I words I Informed her who I was my
!- '---. - .V. ....tj .....k mn 1 .
. auuiC!r IJ'w nuv i.ujm kuv.U mr W..v
i I hnd learued about her and my sus-
pb lon. I was doubtful of the success
: of this maneuver for if ber aunt were
i watching her she would examine the
bk closely before allowing her niece
i to have it For this reason I did not
'b g!n my mesnnge before the fifteenth
I '828 and made uir Interlineation so
A Nebraska Panther Cava. I
A panther's dca with tea kittena
cuddled up In it waa found a few j
days ago oa the racch of H. T. Rich-;
ards a few miles weet of South Bend j
la Casa emmtj. j
?'-. Richaada and some of bis men ;
noticed a cave la tbe side of tbe ;
canon. After enlarging tbe opening ;
one of the men Graver Otte entered. ' -
Back in the cave ten or twelve feet he .
found the tea kltv.ns. Wbea on of ;
tbem waa brought to the entraaco It ' it
; I ...... in i. tisKv nnh(.fi
WAS W W untJJ y till .11.1.
Mr. Otte Is cow raibine tbe kittens ! 11
at his home. Since the discovery of j
the kittens neither of the parent an I-;
mals has been aeet. Several times a j
etrango animal baa been seea la the
vicinity of South Bend and farmers .
complained about the mjmteriona d's-;
appearance of suckling pigs lambs
and chicketa. Lincoln correspond-
enco Kansas City Star.
time -but have the I'fCOTECTION of the Guaranty Fund of:
WHICH I ns ito;d the test Ti" same vai r? itah!i;-hcd.
though it was not aa plain. I told her
what was necebsjiij for her to do and
why advising her to send me word
when It would be possible for ber to
leave her aunt that I might meet her
and take her to a pluce where she
wonld be out of ber aunt's reach end
secure the benefit of the law. 1 also
suggested a method of reply. On a
certain day and hour she was to drop
from a window one or more papers
with figures denoting first tbe day
of tbe month; second the hour (one b
twenty-foun that she expected to be
able to leave tbe house. The letter "V"
was to stand for front and "It" for
rear. The letters "A" "B" and "C
would denote the story from which
she would leave or must be taken.
It was between light and dark of
the day appointed for her to drop the
paper tbat I trilled by tbe house
She tEuai t.ava been watching for me
for 1 saw something white Cutter
from an upper window. I kept my
eyes fixed on it and when It reached
the sidewalk picked It op. On It waa
"8. 23-24. K. B" which I knew
meant the eighth day of the month
between 11 and 12 o'clock at night
from a second story rear room. This
of course threw upon me tbe respon-
sibility of providing a means of (..a-
scent from an upper story besides a
method of flight. Uad tho papr fallen
Into the bands of a watcher there would
have been nothing lntelllsrible la It. "
1 made an examination of tbe rear
of the bouse and found that there
was an alley tbere. The yard was In-
closed lu a high fc-iice the door of
which was kent locked. I nrovlflpd I
ladder long enough to reach the sec- !
ond story and a circular saw In order j r
to burglarize the door. I
On the appointed night repairing to !
tbe altey. I cut a bole in the door and j
removed the lock. Then 1 watched
till about half p;tst 11 o'. 'ock when '
there was tbe Cash at a certain win- '
dow on the second story probably of !
j an electric hand licbt. T'nfleratniiding ;
mis to tje n nijrnHi I rnmea the ladder.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
The mayor and city council will re-
ceive sealed bids from the banks of
Chickasha for the deposit of (he city
funds for a period of One year begin-
ning August 1 1SH. Said bids must
be as follows:
Bids on average dally balance of in-
terest and sinking fund; bids
on average daily balance of gen-
eral fund. Interest to be com-
puted and pavable monthly.
HOT WEATHER DRINKS
tKghth Breikfiint Tea fey-
Inn Tea. fiiti Curd Jupmi Tea
I'ncolored Japan Tea Oolong
Tea Imperial Tea Gunpowder
Tea Mixed Tea. tach Hnd
tuiwhle for hoi or icttl lea
pothning line drinking quali-
ties. Would call attention alto to
cor nock of
('I'AIL Coffee teel cuU-titp
at the tfp.
OOLIfl S S.IXTOSa coffee
with a body. A ringer at a
Quarter per pound. Other
grade including Hucket coffee.
All Sorts Canned Goods
Fret.li Vegetable and Traiti.
GEO K. POWERS
201 Chickasha Ave.
Res. i'hone 829 Office Thone 803
Dr. S. Homer Bond
Over First. National Bank
Attorney - at - Law
Rooms 1 and 2 Over Tost Office
Chickasha -i- Oklahoma
Tiia Chickasha Iron Works
We have added new and up-to-date
machinery to our plant and
are able to do any
cient bond to be approved by the
mayor and council in a sum equal to
the largest approximate amount that
will be on deiKEit at any time con-
ditioned that all checks and drafts
properl drawn shall be paid upon de-
mand Said funds will be deposited with
the bank bidding the highest but the
right is reserved io reject any and
Said bids must be filed with the cUy
clerk not later than 12 o'clock Thurs-
day July 20 1911 and same will be
opened at regular meeting of council
on said date.
J. B. Bt'RTOX
Mayor of Chickasha.
MACHINE OH FOUNDRY V
We make a specialty of Sash
Weights Structural Iron Work
and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop
in connection. See the Nix (Vrn
Stalk Cutter which we manufact-
ure. CONRAD BROS.
Euy and sell all kinds of
New and Second Hand
Stovei Repaired. Telephone 411
406 Chickasha Ave.
For summer diarrhoea IB children
always give Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy and
cantor oil and a speedy cure Is cer-
tain. For sale by all dealers. d&w
A THOROUGH "DTTT T
SRED JERSEY JuVXjL
Sired by Monroe Smith &nd out'
of Little Carrie of Fairview.j
Registered in American Jersey '
Cattle Club of New York and:
numbered 8G648. Breeders wi
find this bull at the Red Barn
corner Choctaw and Sixth Street.
YOU rnt only have our personal GUARANTEE and ADVICE at'lt tbat no u on9 mdIn
i id.? i;"o i.um uuib b lu.riu.
I waited a week for a result to my
.exped'ent When it came I was eure
the "0 ordinary message couM leave the The window was noiselessly opened.
careiuny tni ft figure descended. I removed
t.uUrv of hank no-U-. r.! H ' V A t h.- ov-n.irl t ni : Jari:;-y noine wittiooi Dew
AT Till' 'I t'll. i.f fi.'Min ! I.... u tTiTM'IM .'.. Inspected. The reply was an
.... ... t ci . . i r . ..'. . Jr. tisitig csrd of a secondhand bool
)' r"yr '1 al rCe' J' pUL .U I ahould not have thoncht of Its
' u V ' v - - .7 i . V -r nV.Y . . l V:' V; I':' '-ply to my nHtHSsg bad not
"'" "' w unniLU uy Ui: tiCAliUl I fUiU. name of the firm been vndersc
t)i OKLA 0:.IA.
ihe hinners State
!t.i COUil'LN'LV I'rtiiluil.
. w. ro'.YEi:
ftencil. I went fo the bTikstore and
aked if they bad any communication
for CiO. They said tbe- had not. I
went away difnppoiufed. and while
walking alonif thinking of a possible
explanation of the problem it ocenrred
to me that the bw;k I had sent Miss
j the ladder and led the way to a car-
riage waiting on the nearest street.
J At the ditor I saw by n street Imnp
j for the first time the features of my
j client. I was well satisfied with tbe
j I put her In a carriage fcnd told the
driver to take her to tbe house of nn
j elderly lady wltb whom I had arrang-
I ed for Iter reception.
1 secured Miss Uer.Ii.ini's fortune to
ber. and when she paid my bill he
THESE HOT DRY. DUSTY DAYS
iis The S
mi Pirn I m r
hlML o I
Cfl' !' ''t ' !att:Jr S'-'' lav beea -Ai to tbe ! threw la her own sweet self.
You Know the Quality is' Right when the Cold Bottle
Comes from the
Coca-Cola lioKliiio Company
PHONE 503. .t7:?(?..7"-'" "e'irt " n-ALL FLAVORS
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