Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 10, Ed. 1 Monday, January 12, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The New Year is at hand. It about
time to turn a new leaf to make some
good resolutions. Why not resolve to start
out January with a bank account? This
bank will welcome you as a depositor--will
appreciate ycur business. We are
serving others to their complete satisfac-
tion. We can serve you likewise.
United States Depository
Special rnces on
all Goods This
fT We sell General Electric Motors and
are prepared to give you expert infor-
mation as to kind of motor you require and
the probable cost of installing and operating
electric machinery. .
Chickasha Light Heat 6 Puwer Co.
317 Chickasha Ave. Phone 100
REPORTED A fcE!G" ROBBERY
Captain Wai Entirely Right In Thu
Dcriblr9 tha Theft of Hia
Capt. Henry Vivian of the Knick
erboeker Ice ctimimuj boat court
moored at the foot cf Eat ""th
street raa up to Patrolman Ixjugbllu
of the Iniou Market station at mid
Eight and peffed out:
"Gfi'.cer there s been a robbery a
bis ont don on my boat."
Captain YiNiari b-gan to run back
and the ivoiicemau followed. The tap-
tain reached the boat Crsl and brought
up Lou&hiiu lo a hall nheii be pointed
vo a broken rabiu window. Then he
led he policeman to the stem where
he pointed to a spot about eight feet
"There" where it waa when 1 left
the boat this evening. And now ll a
"For the loveof Mike!" ejaculated
the poHreimiu. -What ia it you're
talking about .'"
"Don't vciu fee?" druiandi d Captain
Vlvlau. "It the aut hor that's kouo
and the cable's fotie with it."
Whom do you think pot it?" ask-
ed I.ou.'hlin after lie had elicited the
fact that it was a 1000 pound anchor.
Captain Vivian then uid that three
men In in of he Dry Dock pang a
few nights ago atempted to hold him
up for a pint of brer
" "I'm a:t Knplibh subject." I told
them" raid the captain "'iind I re-
In-e to be !d up is? off' and they
went away. I think they've stolon
it for revenge."
liOUghlin reported to the station
and Detective Snyderker was assign--ed
to investigate the cuk.
Snydeckcr went to the boat and
looked over thing. He believes a
diver could locate the anchor quicker
than a detective. He is looking for the
"'gauKsters ' who he tliiul: pushed
the anchor overboard.
PROGRESS OF SEA ARMAMENT
Launching of Latest British Battleshif
Brir.fls to Mind Merronaa of
With traditional ceremony and a.Vjj
the general acclaim of the spectators i
the Queen Elizabeth first of all the;
complete oil Xutsl battleships was put j
overboard at r'ortsmoutb dockyard j
the great naval ttatxu of the UrilUb
empire. Supplementing as this does
the re.-.'aunc!ii!.g of the light cruis j
er Aurora the first intended as ail oil I
burner ia her class the two dates j
mark the advent of oil not only as s
fuei but as the promised protagonists j
of internal combustion engines as the j
main producers of speed. .
Even in these dull a"J ditch watery
seu.sonF the pulse must beat laster j
with the recollection of the progress j
trade Eince the apacious days of Queen
Elizabeth and the- imagination must j
respond to the quickened memories of j
the beaworthies of her great time. I'n- j
der her blosbomed uud burgeoned the j
deeds of the ?reat Bililivra that roamed ;
the unknown Beas singed the beard of j
the king of Spain and in the remote!
and mystical countries of that age laid j
the- foundations of England's world- j
around empire. I
' There were Drake Howard and
Hawkins Italelgh and Humphrey Gil-
bert llienviile who fought the famous
light of the Revenge and forgotten
save to pious sea souls; Willoughby
Davis and the captains of the Muscovy
company who carried the queen's Has
Into polar aeas. Theee and above all
the virgin ruler are names to conjure
with in ancient maritime history and
the bridal of yesterday's ship and tide
holds therefore a significance that
touches the heart of many sacred tra-
ditions and appeals to every lover ot
sailors and the sea.
Have Won Out
1913 was indeed a
prosperous year tor the
Sunshine. Giving to the
people full weight good
goods at honest prices
have brought to us many-
new customers and we
will continue to run this
store on the same square
deal plan. Try us.
SEEKING TO SQUARE HIMSELF
Carelecs Husband Very Much "Up
Against It" but He Is LMng
riayard Veiller hopes to be on speak-
ing terms with Mrs. Veiller in a few
days. At the present time he Is to
be found at one of the Korty-second
street country clubs relates the New
lc feems that tyrf. Veiller Invited
several It ii nils to dinner tt her apart-
ment one recent Monday. She gave
the Invitation to her lord and master
to mail the previotr Thursday. Mon-
day night arrived Out not on guest
put in an appearance. When the clock
struck e'glit Mrs. Veiller decided to
call up the guests to learn what bad
happened to them. She was amazed
to learn that not one had received an
The truth dawned on her In a mo-
ment and she began a cross-examination
of Mr. Veiller. He swore up and
down that he had mailed them but un-
der the third degree he broke down
a.nd admitted he had dropped thera In
a box In Jersey CUy. where he had
been called on business the morning
she had given him the letters to mail.
As they were all addressed "City"
they had gone o the dead letter of-
fice. Veiller has offered a fur coat to
square himself but Mrs. v'eiller Is
holding out for a pearl necklace.
Seasickness a Real Blessing.
Good news is announced by the Aus-
trian specialist. Dr. Itekkel-Kermor
who declares that seasickuees Is a
blessing and that so far from trying
to avoid It the holiday-maker should
welcome tt. The doctor was led to
this discovery by the observation
that patients Bent on sea voyages got
surprisingly well despite the fact that
they were continually seasick and
ought by theory to have been weak-
ened. On the other hand patients
who were not seasick benefited only
to e normal extent. "It is quite plain"
says the doctor "that seasickness is
an essential part of the sea cute. Peo-
ple It Is true have died from sea-
sickness but they also have died from
rating exercise and other necessary
and desirable things."
Dr. Rekkel-Fermor also declares
that the irritation of the vagus nerve
(it affects nearly all the organs)
which accompanies all seasickness
has an extraordinary tonic effect on
the stomach kidneys and liver.
The Universal Car
Ask the man from;Oorton-
ville ail about his P'ord.
Here's a Michigan town with
fortv-six cars and forty-four
are Fords. A nd there are
ruany other towns the world
over making Ortonville hus-
tle for its record cf Ford
f you would
with good service
thrown in come
to this sanitary
House of Good Meats
Orchards to Supply Soda Water.
Great orchards are devoted exclu-
sively to the culture of fruits for
syrups and preserved delicacies; im-
mense groves In Jamaica l'orto Rico
liawal and thj Islands of the sea are
given over to the production of pine-
apples cocoanuts bananas and other
tropical fruits; huge dairy farms with
blue ribbon blooded Jerseys and
Guerneys produce the milk and the
cream used fresh or In concentrated
form; thousands of tons of sugar
shiploads of nuts from Brazil. Italy
Spain and California not to forget
thg modest pecan from Texas; pre-
served ginger from far Cathay; spices
from Manila and Manadalay; vanilla
from Mexico the entire productive
world is drawn upon not to make a
Roman holiday but to tempt the taste
of the American matinee girl and the
soda water habitue.
"Look here Mr. Humperdiuck" said
Slathers the iceman to his neighbor
who enlivened hie days by an occa-
sional horse trade "that team you
sent me won't do tt ail. They're noth-
ing but a pair of skates."
"Veil." retorted the Ihitchman. 'vy
not? Diuent you tell me you vanted
era for an ice vagonT"
KNEW HIM AS THEIR FRIEND
Instinct of Tiger and His Mate Made
Them Grateful for Surgical As-
When one of the tigers in the loo-
logical gardens Dublin was threat-
ened with gangrene In Its paw Rev.
Samuel Uaughlon M. D. undertook to
perform the dangerous experiment of
operating on the animal.
The mate of the tiger was first se-
cured in a sldo den. A net devised
by Professor Haughton was thrown
over the tiger and he was drawn for
ward to the door of the cage. Four
stout keepers then held the feet of
the struggling animal while Professor
Haughton f lit away the diseased claw.
The suffering beast furiously but
vainly trteu to get at him during the
operation but the raga of the tigress
looking on through the bars of the
side den waB. much more terrible to
behold. She roared and violently
flung herself against the barriers In
her mad desira to go to the rescue of
When the tigress was admitted to
the cage after the wound of her mate
had been dreusod.'she turned tip the
paw and examined it with touching
solicitude nnd then licked her mate
as a cat licks her kittens to soothe
him purring softly the while.
Hut perhaps the most extraordinary
part of the affair was the sequel. A
week later Professor Haughton was
agaiu at the zoo to see how his pa-
tient was getting on. When the ani-
mal espied him he began to purr like
a cat allowed him to examine the
paw. and seemed pleased that he
should do so. Indeed for years after-
ward the tiger and tigress showed
themselves most friendly and grateful
to rroCessor Haughton.
Telegram by 1 tilled Press.
Jeffc-ton City Jan. U'. Attorney
Henera jarker und members of the
suite public service coiiiinihsioii today
were enjoined by Judge MePlierson cf
the federal court at Kansas City from
proceeding with suits in the . Hate
courts to recover overcharge from the
railroads claimed to be due to citl-
It is estimated that from fifteen to
twenty-four million dollars were col-
lected in excess passenger cliarji-s
while the two cent rate case -wa3 pend-
ing in the courts.
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ONLY START! Bank and save one-third only of your
income for 13 years. Tren the interest alone will pay you
for the rest of your life one-half of your previous income
whatever it may have been.
If nu beyin lo deposit one-ihir'tl if your income it Mill yrow bijger.
Whit ' JU you t-e Hit result of four l.ibor. your bank account yrow
you'll otk harder pledge your employer nnd youthilt belter and mcretite
your iji.oml-hurc arc HI h'l:.
Let OUR BANK be YOUR Hank.
We pay 4 par cent interest on time deposits.
The Oklahoma National Bank
Thomas Mott Oborne the "volun-
tary millionaire convict" said of the
food in Auburn prison:
"It is fresh and wholesome. Better
than that of some cheap restaurants.
Better certainly than the Chat Mort
"The restaurant of the Chat Mort
is in the Latin quarter. You get a
rabbit stew for three cents and a
tab'e d'hote dinner provided for 15
cents vin compris that is to say
"Well at the Chat Mort one eve-
ning Wlchitan complained: f
" Waiter this here b'lled chicken
is no good.'
" But the waiter excitedly and volu-
" 'Oh impossible monsieur! The
chicken on the contrary is very good
indeed. On Monday it was roast veal
on Tuesday it was boiled pork yester-
day it was cold chicken and today
it is boiled chicken. It will not be
bad till tomorrow monsieur and then
we waiters will eat it' "
Hint for Parcel Post Users.
A correspondent in the Jewelers'
Circular complains that many jewelry
manufacturers are sending "by parcel
post what are realty sealed packages
with an outer wrapping which gives
them the appearance of being un-
sealed. Where there is no occasion
for the post office department to open
them these sealed packages go
through all right but if for any rea-
son such package are opened and
?he seals discovered the jewelers re-
ceiving them are forced to pa; !ull
first-class letter postage. "A few days
ago" the correspondent relates "I
had a package sent me In this way.
As the sender made a niistage in my
name the post. office authorities were
not sure to whom they should deliver
it and hoping to get a clue from the
character of the goods removed the
outer wrappe.r and found the sealed
package inside. Instead of nine cents
for the five pounds they made me pay
32 centB a pound a Uital of $1.60.
New York Times.
TO STAND 1 RIAL
Telegram by United Press
Jaikson Miss. Jan. 12. The state
supreme court today ruled that J. W.
Walters alleged kidnaper of Robert
Dunbar who was restored to his par-
ents after a country-wide search must
return to Louisiana for trial.
Attorneys for Walters fear lynching.
Walters is now held at Columbia.
Oldest . Largest
OWSLEY & SEITZ
Fire Tornado Accident Health
Hail or Crept. Bonds of All Kinds
CHICKASHA :: OKLAHOMA
Going to Build or Repair Your
House this Fall?
Ii the kind you want. Th-Ve's as much difference in Lum-
ber as in cloth -we have the linrl that wears.
Wm. Cameron & Co. Inc.
y z rN ARMY RATION.
Telegram by United Press.
Wasliingl.m Jan. U'.- in spite- of the
fact Unit chocolate is easily carried and
one of the lew articles of diet which
will "keep" almost Indefinitely t-'ecre-tary
of War (lunison has ordered it
abolishment as an army ration.
The reason assigned for this action
Ik a report made by Dr. C. V. Long-
worthy of the dep:rtni -at of agri ul
ture who declared that the army choc-
olate is "defective as to digestibility."
Soldiers have come to regard this food
as the greate.-t and best standby when
under arms in the field when rations
may be short.
.Nothing of equal nutritious value
which may lie carried as easily has yet
been discovered by the expert who re-
ported unfavorably on chocolate but
experiments are being made in an f-
lort to find some substitute for it.
which possesses all of the advu-fitatre i
cf tlwolatp yet will not be "deleter-
ious to the health of the consumers. '
which chocolate is according to the report.
Third and iowa
H Wm. Inman; President. bd. f . Jonns ua?nier
H W. W. Home. Vice-lre3. F. C. Hal!. Assistant Cashier
he Citizens National Bank
Capital . . . . . $75.00
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your Buinc Solicit!
niRW.TOKSi 11. P. Smith. Win. Inman. W. W. Horn.
W. H. Driggera. J. F. Drlffxert.J. O. Drbjgeri. Ed F. Johm U
ftccsacli mtr'chnnt corportttoBt ti4 individual solicited. Crtr teir'
ttr titenfei ciBre with coaterrtth btcklr.g.
"Li. a.V'iw'4 ...1-'..
f are now using; eppctacle
frames and mountin3 in
su"h quantities that one of
th i largest manufacturing i
houses in the country make !
for us a special design hav-
ing our name etamptd in the j
crest of the bridge a guar- i
ar.tee of rraverial and work-
manship. We personally
warrant every piece of opti-
cal goods we dispense and
the accuracy of our fitting.
Carr's Optical Parlor
421 Chlckah Avengt
At This theEnd of the Year
It is Naturrl to
Take Stock' cl Our Progress
aid oir financial achievement during the last
twelve months; get a clearer iJcauf what we
have accompli?' (! and cyi'taliz our i.leta
ami plans for betterment the rnmir-g f nr.
VVou'l it not have l-ren psssillo for 10U
to have savel a htt! more djrirn the pat
year to have increased yo-r accumulations if
you 1 1 a ' 1 used our bank account phn tor con-
servifiH and protecting your incc me?
Why rot frake the Mart rrw and pive our
I Ian a rra-ti;3l l?t this coining yt-ar? Your
acjount will bn cordial'v welcomed and wo
ore. rr'jHu tr rn r.n- rntf t n naut.r Ytlll it
p any way we can couJv.ent with safe sourd
We r ay 4 percent irterest or time dep sit?
u ')ur dt-p' sivs are guaranteed L'ttter he
Sife than sorry.
i Farmers State Bank
(! M. K. Oirtney. i're. D U. Fer Cashier.
1 J. W. Wihon. Ass't Csshier.
v. w r ot. nm.-iT.i wSHirr i -n
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 10, Ed. 1 Monday, January 12, 1914, newspaper, January 12, 1914; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730451/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.