Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, December 26, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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KHICKA1HA DAILY IXMIII CHICMIHA OKLAHOMA
Before soliciting' accounts for the New
Year we wish to extend our sincereap-
yreciatiori to the many customers ot this
bank. We want you to Jnow that we-
have thoroughly appreciated your busi-
ness the past var and we extend to you
our very best wishes for a post pjea pant
Christmas and a joyous happy and pros-
porous New Year.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
to eat from
for the remain-
der of the
Christmas Bells Will
Ring Soon. '
and gift giving is in order One
gift to those whose eyesight is
defective will be glasses that
will restore vision at a small
cost. Ve have everything in
our line to choose Xmas gifts
Carr's Optical Parlor
423 Chlckh Avenue.
New Law Praised
(Continued from fatfi Gi S. )
within a ft w 'days.
The ampule. n for a renorve bain
bus lit pressed most ii i tiiuOy by
Seattle Wash. Scons of teloi:raiiis
( received Thursday from banker
business un!i of Seattle iioiutiiin
( Ul i(; jti'f:xliitity to Alaska which Is
to be included iii lli sysjeiu lis ail
vantages as a financial center and nri;-
Ini: other reasons for plvint; it a re-
serve bank. According to one teleg ram
Seattle is plannitii; a bit; deimaistra-
tioil to cell brate the enactment of the
law and to boom her chances lor net-
irtr n hank. Kansan City Mo. Is mak-
ing a similar flight with the support of
many 'nearby fides. Minnesota hanks
a id business houses lake up the oud-
pds in behalf of St. I'uiil and Minne-
apolis and b inkers in the south are
spenKiriK ii i 4 favor of Ailantit. New
(hi. ius and Oalas. l'h'.ludi Ij hia aud i
d.iiiiuuue ate at odds over one bank j
Altogether it promises to be lively for;
Ihe oi'e.aiiizatk.1 committee before its i
vvoik is done. j
li.inks in the following chits aiii!ied I
tor membership in the reserve system: J
lleaiiintea and Auttin Texas I moil '
H. C l.itile llock Ark. and Mobile I
I- " ;'-'
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HEAL K STATE TRANSFERS
Complltd by th Grdy County
Abtract Company 111
4 Non Third 8tret.
:ioinl M. I'ane ami wife to U'. II.
Wadswortli Jmmi: lots 11 1-'.
:'. 1 I idoek Ohieka.-ha.
V. H. Wiolswoi.h lo it. H. White
12 21 1'. 2"iit on iliiril interest in isanie
W T. Ooostree antl wile to J. 1'-l-itch.
ur.-i::. II"": SW NW SIC :!".
Hubert 1.. Omen t i Okia'.toma . ! 0 " aiaii. i s or ihe urrency la w
chainiian of the senate i oinmiilce on l a.il ii and lUT 'iicy received the
peisonal thanks of l'n shield vVKson ier his ;hh- Kt nei ai.-iiiij in pihitini the
b.ll throtiuh t'ae seeale.
A ( cnipltte relorni of tiie 1 1 i i j . I i i :it d machiaery o! finance will he ac-
complished by the bill. Its (uinkriientals provide:
l-siiai;e o. currency nuaranteed by ihe poi ernn.ent bae-ed on notes
ami bills repres. nt iiif! co'iui.i i t !al li a :is:k tions and backed by a jsuld reserve
Creation i f a niaikt t f.r lo belia hie commercia! paper where ill tini"
of urets tUoc; as.-i'is may be . :i ily 1 1 ans1 orr.it d inlii cat'i.
ilabli-liment II' !io:ii ti:.ht to tutive (!ieal n fiioiia! banks which
will issue i-nrrej.cy i i-1' uat paper and cr-nti ali.e and mobilize reserves
of lilt" local haul s.
Creation of a federal reserve heard ( f seven members appointed by the
president w ith poweis of snpervishni ever the niiire system.
WIk life? Vumhef :
Ctmei CoC ii recast
Zpitve zxrhft TrlcvsA x-i
Vi j H I.)"
Asa man grows oldf r his earning power dwindles away.
S) THE SAFE THING to do is to RANK money while
oung manhood lasts and earning power is great. COM-
KOUT late in life can come only from ECONOMY early in
Let OUR BANK be YOUR Bank.
We pay 4 per cent interest on time depotits.
The Oklahoma National Bank
Of The Town
! I'Olt MKNT Five roomed house; (
! water in house. Choiie 2b7 and :i j
1 w Choctaw avenue.
PER CENT O iri L- B I
iut tp roeiEcosT.
Timiijit iuci. iisiiii; cl.iudi-
nesi warnur; Saturday i.'isei-
lie. orib'd by tile local 1'. S.
weather bmvau t.liserv. r:
.Maimiiin . . 2a
M inimuni . . . . l!'
Te!t trail) by I'niU'd I'rtss. I
J. irt r.ion City Mo. leec. It Is j
generally btlieved here today that if1
the ten diilitesUr lutulier conipar.ie'1 j
ami one foreimi liiiuher company j
auinst which tiie siiiiretne court Wetl- j
iicsd.iy inijio'-ed f.iip and ousier with-i
out any s.ivIhk chaise will pay their
lints and Mihin't saiisla toiy btato-
mints to tlie court that they will in!
Hie fuiure h. y the law tlie opinion will
be nio.liiied to permit them to ciuitinue
to do biuine-s in Missouri.
Th's htlief is based oil the prece-
dent set in dealing with the Standard
Oil and Waters I'ierce Oil companies.
Oldest Largest Best
OWSLEY & SEITZ
Fire Tornado Accident Health
Hail or Crops. Bonds of AH Kinds
CHICKASHA :: OKLAHOMA
Going to Build or Repair Your
House this Fall?
la the kind you want. There's as much difference in Lum-
ber as in cloth we have the kind that wears.
Wm. Cameron & Co. Inc.
If you forgot someone Christmas or if you failed to
get what you needed come here and get it for it's
marked wav down low so as to move them fast.
Chafing Dishes Toilet Articles
Cut Glass Parisian Jewelry
Handpainted China Percolators
Clocks Carving Sets
Dallas Editor Does Fanry Work.
Harry Wiiin is c'l t d.tor of t'.m
Hail is News has it sei ne. i n' red n
new field of i b avot. .i. I . j
1.. 1 Ihiiairi. I work i'r ill l ie i.e. ile of
piec e of l.ll'l y w ol k fl otll t he 1 1 - ile oi i
Mr. With is and r:ie it very liivlily. I
In tlie iliH'.er'.- opi.iii.1 Mr Wi'hers j
in eipi.lil.v as vi Tsatde in 1 t'.llicv
work stuff as be is as an i ; t j
Santa Renembers coief. J
We ln s lay nU'it Cldef li uli At.der- I
sou tas sur;ei-eti by h (' ir.-tniiis pres
out Irnm tli" inioiihei's of the Joliee j
for.-e. It j a he;ieti:ul iir hiann-'l
tic emblem f t'i K .lights if Pythias j
The pr. -' n'.i'ien speech v as made a. j
police heail iiarterst by Jmiue (ii isbv j
ami was as much of a ti.a-l"rp;e"t as
the rim; it-elf. All in'eiiiNis of th j
force were pn s r.t when thr niiB w a;
LARGEST PONTOON BKiDGi
IN COUNTRY COMPLETED
Teh pram by Tinted Press.
I'rairi" due Chioii Wis. Dec. 20.
The dial tfnicbe are today beiua put
iii on the lament pontoon briiie in tlw
ceiititij. wlib It. when lauiirhed wiil
s aii ti e oast ciiannel rf tlie .Mississip-
pi ri rr heie. The big bout weiyhs
"" ' t-n i;i:ti is 1 feet lon.
W hen in place the new l.iiduc will
su!.Hrt tiie : . t if b-avy trains.
S-vei;tv thousand dollars hi's been
.' n it and ir.oie th in 27e.en'i ft t of
lai Ln r n.-i i in its rrmstriu tion.
1 Tco Cold for Game
i Chare it ti) the
. can ili bunk ah iiii
eaiir man and
ei'iier the loth
SCALDED IN BATH TUB.
! Tt ! i.raiii liy Cnited I'np'j
N"ew Orln3 vc. i' U. fi.
.Mi!iiUiiK. oeiretary to (iov.
ei nor I 'all was fa'aiiy scrdded
in a licit 1. He turned on boiling
! water in a bath tub and fell into
it. ldliK uu.ih'.e to rise.
I Special prices on an immense line of jewelry. Ev-
ery article marked in the usual plain figures.
school or tiie ' (lid 'I iiuers'' ce'tins col I
ff-t t It was rumored on tie" sir. i t
last nkht that when tho h.ci w
team learned that Joe Humpy would
piay Willi t ie itiijiii'; ui; l ehlli t ii b;.ev
petialt d. ba' tlore was i.i ihinf; to it
The weather wis simplv toa .old to
staiie tlf i:ii:' as st ile 3 i'e.1 vo.t'"--
d.iy. Thp urou'id was f" en and n '
w iid as c !U and
iroin ti e i.orih i n!
Imported Gorman Dill
cuititi s a i-vpure Pork Sausage
t...ld.t.r:ive1Mty.i.kt.!.e.h M. -v ; P0pf PrvvV I
tent that tue dous of war w-to kept. S-wV-A 1 Ul ly Uif
Spare Ribs Brains
.House c! Good Meats
I leashed it tin ir kinieh. It is thought i
. how ver. that with a i. i.-orr.hi"
I amount of lui k. the eanie wiil be si.ia ;
; ed en Xew V' at s da v. a- !1 h'::ds ;
are anie"s for the fray. j
I I'-artbii !Ti is a symr'om of indie p-1
tien. Take a dose of H.-rbiae in such j
ras"g. The fain disappear inf-tantly. ;
iThe bowpi oin'rate speed. !' a'.l you
' fe"! fine viccroas and fh.-i t'ul. Trice '
."eo. Sold by Chi! Ini3 Si ore and ih.b-1
lie I'niK s'.ire. Adv. i& w '
Third and lowa
. ...J. J i i " 1 'It Ufll.P 1(11 1 il SITUS IM ' IBWiTTii TIT. TIMi"
Wm. Inman; President Ed. F. Johns Cashier
k W. W. Home Vice-Pres. F. C. Hall. Assistant Cashier
The Citizens National Bank
Capital ... . . $75000
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your Business Solicited
DIKECTORSi B. P. Smith Wm. Inmin W. W. Horn.
D riggers J. F. Driggeri J. C. Drlggers. Ed F. Johni
C W. H.
HecuLtt tt menbwc. corporation and infrWuii tollclted. Ertrj otmr
tttr oittiSed contltttot with coaierrttlvt btaklef.
R THANK YOU for your bivs-
iness during the past year and
hope to count you among our
friends or customers during 1914.
IrtHrM is. t. Oillf
Farmers State Bank
M. F. Courtney President
D. U. Esaef Cashier. J. W. Wil cn Afs't Cashier.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, December 26, 1913, newspaper, December 26, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730314/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.