Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 213, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 8, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA
The Bank and
f No bank can- continue to do business if It
tl does not possess the good will ' oi the public.
The steady growth of this bank's businew ib a
striking evidence of the popular confidence in the
institution and that in turn we consider a very
important asset. ' '
f It is the object of this bank to be as helpful as
ll possible to the commnnity as a whole. We are
ready at all times to take an active part in any
movement that is likely to redound to the benefit
Entrust your money and your financial affairs
to a bank that has been proven by every test
for years and never found wanting.
Established Over Fifteen Yean.
$200 COO. 00
he First National Bank
Wm. Inman.' President. Fd. F. Johns Lashler
W W. Home Vice-Pres. F. C. Hail Ass t Cashier
The Citizens National Bank
2s CHICKASHA OKLA.
Capital I ... . $75000
Surplus and Profits . 45000
Your Eutineit Solicited
DIRECTORS B. P. Smith Wm. Inman. W. W. Home
W. H. Driggers; J. P. Driggers J. C .Driggers Ed. F.John
Mtuf marebaaU carparatbaa aad tadlrldoala tolleltad. B rtrr
; taay axtaaOaO taaalattai wltb eaaaerratlra banking.
Four passenger 4 cilinder has the points Of the
big car except price and cost of upkeep. 1 he
up-to-the-minute car alone in its class. Makes
25 to 35 miles to the gallon of gasoline on bad
roads. . 3 speeds forward one reverse. Splitdorl
dual ignition. Weston-Mott rear axle. Perfection
cantilever (easiest riding) springs. Wire wheels
stronger and lighter than wood. 104 inch wheel
base. Nickle plated trimmings.
PAUL SPINING cood'cars
The 1914 Buicki will Soon Be Here. $900 to $1650.
125 South Fourth Street.
Thttis Mammas Stort"-
How often wl Lr thesa worl
f I tL& tX. sS E" H V 'V ' Srow oit '' m Impression
UhiI'MriP ni l" w111 "y
V ! iSu ' S$Tl&b "in.u "TkU u OUR Stor.."
Our Future Customers
Are Grown? Up With U
Bcom acquaintac wi& our cxx1.ti1 priem you will al-
ao lacoma a regular wtroa ni faal Uu i "my utora.
Our customers Kava founJ tW tliay can buy anything Kara
In perfect eonfiikni; no goods of doultful quality t- atluuttaJ
to our atocltaauJ tia pnc i right.
Make yourself familiar -with tbo.
. advantage also.
Wc are making a specialty this week of Heinz Spaghetti Pork and
Beani. Let us sell you a dozen cans.
120 S. Third
' 'silt- ' .jf 1
It is a pleasure
to Dine at
Because the best of ev-
erything is served just
the way you want it.
Lei Every One Take Advantage of
Daily Eipreis Offer and Go
to the Sugg or "Kozy"
It 1h fuir to presume tliat nearly
ermy rfuclnr of the ICxprnKH posneHses
Boinelliing about theh' home In the
way of household gondii or other arii-
( leu which they would be glad to Bell
or exchange for some other article and
It is equally fuir to presume that hun-
dreds of lhe readers pf this paper are
always In the market to buy some arti-
cle of household usefulness if they
know Just who had it for sale. The
"Want" and "Sule" ad columns of the
Daily Express should be used for this
purpose Such advertising Ib very
cheap and very effective and In order
to sliin'ulute lhe use of tlieU' columns
the KxpreHs Is going to make an open
offer to the public In general to use
Its "Want" : "Sale" "Trade" and
"Kent" columns freely
Write such an ad as yon wish of 10
words (this Is Ihree lines) bring It to
the Kxpress ofrice with 2.V cents and
we will run same three days and also
give you a ticket good for a ten cent
admission either to the Kozy or Sugg
This Is a bona fide offer and will be
In effect indefinitely. 'Advertisement
must be accompanied by the cash. No
advertisements will be accepted by
Question of Height.
Lady South wark In her recently pub
Honed reminiscences tells a utory ui
an Irlshniun who was cutting tun
near a bog when a friend came up to
him crying: "Patrick Is stack in the
bog up to his ankles." "Don't worry
then" was the reply; "If lie's only up
to lil unkles lie cun soou get out
ugulu!" "Ves but he went In head
tirst!" retorted the other. Pearson's
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' ... . .
For United States Senator
THOMAS l'RYOU (I OK IS.
For Congress Sixth District '
ROBERT h. WILLIAMS.
For Lieutenant Governor
M. E. TRAP P.
For Secretary of State
.1. L. LYON'S.
For State Auditor 1
K. U. HOWARD.
For Attorney General
S. P FREELINtl.
For State Treasurer
AV. L. ALEXANDER.
For Stale Superintendent
R. H. WILSON'.
For Examiner and Inspector
For Chief Mine Inspector
ED BOYLE. t
For Commissioner of Charities f
W. D. MATTHEWS. f
For Insurance Commissioner
A. L. WELCH.
For Pres. Hoard of Agriculture
For Corporation Com.
A. P. WATSON'. '
For Clerk Supreme Court--
. WM. M. FRANKLIN'.
For District Mine Inspector - .
WM. T. WILLIAMS.
THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
R. E. DAVENPOH ". .
County Atlorney ' f
J. II. VEN ABLE. ' f'
Sheriff. . ' '
HODGE BAILEY. '''
F. P. BRADLEY.
S. L. NEWMAN.
County Weigher "
H. X. M I'LLICAN.
MOM A.N II. SHEPARD.
( County Surveyor
r H. A. C RAN WELL.
' W. A. BRYANT. ."
Central District: - '
J. A. Robinson.
Southern District: '
J. A. CORZIN'E.
THOS. J. O'NEILL.
BEKT JACKSON'. '
U N. BARBEK. "
Why lhe Sunshine is On
the Unfair List
Because they saw fit to conduct
their own business in a just fair and
ami reasonable manner. Because they
would not allow a few busy bodies who
thought they knew more about their
business than themselves to run their
business for them and say what lime
they must close their doors in the
The contract was presented to the
Sunshine to be signed and they agreed
to sign with one nxceplion. 'I hey
contract stated they were to close at
0 o'clock every e.vunlng and that we
would not agree tb do.
Now remember wo agreed that our
clerks should go home at t; o'clock but
the union insisted that we also close
Inquiry has shown that' grocery
stores all over the I'nited States in
towns us large as Chickasha keep open
from one hhlf to an hour longer than
other business houses. The Sunshine
has tried to close at 6 o'clock for three
jctirs and we know (hat It is not prac.
lieal to good business for many rea-
sons. When other business houses
dose and the people go home they
want to stop at the grocery store u.-.d
get something for supper and If we
'do not open the door lor then) they
We tried to close at 0 o'clock and
never a week passed but several pim-
imlit union uii-ii. among others would
cause us to open after 0 o'clock.
Farmers who work In the field all
day trying to get even with those ac-
counts they owe co:t:o in about G
o'clock and want to he waited on. We
have refused them in jitany cases on
account of being under contract to
close at fi and not wanting to lay our-
selves liable to a twenty-five dollar
tine. We can give you names of many
farmers who are going to the stir
rounding towns for their goods as a
Chickasha cannot afford to hold one
barrier in front of our good farmers
and the Sunshine is one firm who will
not: Grocery stores in other towns
and cities do not close until 7 o'clock
Why should Chickasha be an excep
Will some one kindly tell me where
theso few busy bodies get their author
11 y to tell us when to close as long as
v. e do not require our clerks to stay
after C o'clock. The law- of the land
did not give them that power; It must
be the unwritten law.
The closing hour is something for
the merchants to decide among them
selves as they do In other cities. This
Is a case where a union has gone too
far. They have given us to under-
stand that wo must let them run our
business for us or they will break us
They have put our name ob a large
sign at the park saying we are unfair
to organised labor which Is a plain lie.
as they cannot show that we have
been so In a single instance.
Now Jusr a "piece of advice to the
fair-minded' reasonable union man.
This Is that you take these few short
sighted bull-headed busy bodies from
Henry Ross and myself have been
together thirteen years and have not
been unfair to each other and will not
be unfair to anyone else. We came
here three years ago and have mado
good in Chickasha. We have helped in
any; way tye could to help 'chickasha
hb ve -made friends here and want to
keep them. But as long as we have to
manage to theet our bills and pay rent
on our store we will run our own bus
incus. . " r . .;
There have Men several who came
to us asking fhat .we back up just for
policy. No wo cannot sign something
we cannot keep and will not back up
one' Inch. ' -
Remember our store will be open
until 7 o'clock every night and until 10
o'clock on Saturdays. - We have an
auto delivery to deliver our goods and
three phones lo take your order. Ca
pnone 14. Yours 'for a fair deal
! THE SCNSHINE.
!( 8 by Cnnde McGinley.
DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED.
"My attention was' first called to
Chamberlain's Colk Cholera and Diar-
ihoea Remedy as . much as twelve
years ago At that time I was ser-
iously ill with summer complaint. One
dose of this remedy checked the trou-
ble." writes Mrs. ('. W. Florence Rook-
rield Ind. For sale by ull dealers.
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!?': ' '"-' " F? '
Hubscnoe for tne Daily Eiprett.
Expreia Wnt Atri Drlng raiuiu.
Fresh meat is nigh as a cats
back and New State Salmon
is the cheapest and beat meat
food obtainable being more
nutrious than fresh meat.
Phone ua for a can of the.
. best of all Salmons New
State in 15 and 25 cent tins.
Three Phones 14
All Join in the Great
Labor Day Celebration
Continued from Page One.)
come around again for about a year so
I came out here. I was u little scared
when they dragged me Into this fid-
dlers' contest. You know I Haven't
tickled the neck of a. fiddle In ten
j ears. If I hud had a chance to sneak
off somewhere and srt o' wiggled my
lingers up and down the strings a lit
tle bit 1 would have showed 'em some
thing. As it was well I'm glad I
didn't go fishin'."
Though the crowd was considered
lo be the biggest that ever attended
a Labor Day celebration in Chickasha
not an accident of any description re-
sulted. During the day several thou
sand were hauled to and from the
park by street cars and by private
conveyance all without mishap.
Not the Same.
"The late Cy Warman novelist and
author of the immortal 'Sweet Ma-
rie' " said a Chicago editor "al-
ways insisted that poetry ought to fol-
low the same rules as prose. He
wouldn't stand for poetical Inversions
the. adjective after the noun the
object before the verb and so forth..
'But -what difference do these inver-
sions make Cy?' asked a reporter
once. 'All tht difference in the world'
Cy Warner answered. 'Did you never
hear of the minister's wife whose
son eloped from college? The old
lady wasn't much displeased though
after all. she said her new daughter-in-law
was she understood a mod-
el young girl. 'A model young girl!'
thundered the old minister. 'Non-
sense wife! She's a young girl
A NEW WOMAN
As Lydia EL Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound Dispelled
Piqua Ohio. "I would be very un-
grateful if I failed to give Lydia E.
Pinkham a Vegeta-
ble Compound the
prai se it deserves
for I have taken it
at 'JifTerent times
and it always re-
lieved me when
Jl i other medicines
'pjvM failed and when I
plain I always rec-
ommend it. lst win-
ter I was attacked
with a severe case of organic weakness.
I had backache pains in my hips and
over my kidneys headache dizziness
lassitude had no energy limbs ached
and 1 was alwayi tired. I was hardly
able to do my housework. I had taken
Lydia E. Finkhum'g Vegetable Com-
pound on one other occasion and it had
helped me so I took it again and it has
built me up unti' no I f like a new
woman. You have roy hearty consent
to use my name and testimonial in any
way and I hope it will benefit suffering
women." Mrs. Orpha Turner 431 S.
Wayne St. Piqua Ohio.
Women who are Buffering from those I
distressing ills peculiar to their sex i
should not doubt the ability of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re
store their health.
If you want special advice)
v rite to Lydia K. Pinkham Med-
icine !'. (confident ial ) Lynn
Mass. Your letter will beopeneil
reud and unswered by a wuuiau
ttud licld lu strict coutldeuce.
NOCKS once at every man s
door. The man whose check
is good at the Bank seizes
the business opportunity and it
doesn't have to call elsewhere.
Build a credit balance in our
Bank with deposits even though
small at times and you are ready
to grasp opportunity.
The Oklahoma National Bank
Report of the Condition of
The Farmers State Bank
At Close of Business Spt 1 1914.
Loans and Discounts
Furniture and Fixtures
Real Ettate -Bonds
and Warrants - :
Cash and Sight Exchange
Capital Stock Paid in " - - '
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Bi!l3 Payable - - -
This Keport is Correct.
i W. Wilson
Opened for Business April 16th 1910.
JOHN T. OWSLEY
Fire Tornado Accident Health
Hail on Crops. Bonds oi AH Kinds
Suite'412-414 First National Bank Building.
CHICKASHA :: OKLAHOMA
MAKE YOUR NEXT
and your cooking worries will be
fewer. ' Your cooking better.
It's the only Flour made in Chickasha.
ChicUa lilting Co.
Before You Purchase Figure With Us
It costs you nothing and is appre- :
dated by us.
Wm. Cameron & Co. .
LUMBER PAINT BRICK BUILDERS MATERIAL.
Once a customer always a customer.
Give us a trial.
. South Third. ..... ... Phone 152
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 213, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 8, 1914, newspaper, September 8, 1914; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730499/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.