Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 101, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 28, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY eX.HESS CHCKASHA OKLAHOMA
Your Business Here is
Business deals of almost every nature event-
ually involve a bank transaction and the officers
and employees realize the obligation resting up-
on them to keep such transactions to themselves
quite as much as the lawyer or doctor does the.
safeguarding of their clients and patients.
It is an unwritten law of this Bank that all
business of whatever form intrusted to it shall
be a closed book except to those vitally interest-
ed. You can impend upon this absolutely.
Surplus... $ 60000.00
United States Depository
Leaves Chickasha May 3rd
For JacksonvilleFlorida Account Unit-
ed Confederate Veterans Reunion"
Special train consisting of first class coachrs reclining chair curs
Pullman tourist and standard sleepers will leave Cliiokaslia May 3 for Jack-
sonville and will return via Frisco Lines thrnuKh Memphis and Birming-
ham thence Southern Railway arrivliiR Jacksonville 3:30 p. in. May 5.
A low round trip fare of $28.13 will apply for this occasion. Tickets
are on sale May 2 3 4 and 5 are limited for return May 15 and can he
extended to June 4 hy depositing with special agency at Jacksonville! not
later than -May 15 and paying fee of 50 cents.
MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO GO NOW
I will Ibe glad to tell yon ab'Mt tliis spocial train l'ullman fares stop-
overs side trips additional routes and -anything else you may care to in-
quire about. Drop in and see me.
C. O. FIXCH Agent.
Wm Inman President. Ed. F. Johns Cashier
W. W. Home Vice-Pres. F. C. Hall Ass't Cashier
The Citizens National Bank
CHICKASHA OKLA. v ? '
Capital . .". . . $75000
Surplus and Profits -. 45000
Your Business Solicited
DIRECTORS B. P. Smith Wm. Inman. W. W. Home
W. H. Driggers; J. F. Driggers J. C. Driggers Ed. F.John
Jleeoiat at merchant corporation ani ladlrlduali solicited. Story tar-
tety axtenieO continent with coatort'atlro banking.
Of The Town
This Studebaker "Four"
Just arrived Saturday after we'd been out of Studebakers
for some time. E3azCTiamHiiCall 277 for demonstration.
SAFETY FIRST is STUDEBAKER'S AIM and the FULL
FLOATING AXLE and FULL ASSORTMENT of TIMFKEN
(adjustable) BLARINGS as1 well as 247 Drop Forgings make
this car the strongest in its class. '
125 S. 4th Street
I am the Chickasha agent
See me if you are contem-
Open Day and Nignt
Best food Well cooked
Is a good place to eat.
3rd door west of P. O.
Carnation Dancing Club.
F. J. Williams is organizing tlie Car-
nation Wanting club to meet at Con-
vention hall once a week. The first
dance will be fciven this evening and
the Kozy orchestra 'will furnish the
music. Admission will be on invito
Two More Reoi In Town.
If you see somebody trying to climb
a telephone pole in an auto K may hi'.
either Hert liarefoot or J. Stiue. Mow-
ever both have promised not. to at-
tempt to demolish the speed limit for
a lew days. Hoth have bought Hoo
of the laiest model and are now In
training while they are learning the
Elks Anniversary Ball.
The Elks of the city will give their
annual ball Friday evening celebrat-
ing ttie anniversary of the opening of
their present home. Arrangements
have been made for the best music to
be obtained and refreshments will he
o'l the program. Quito a number of
out of town guests are expected arm
the occasion promises to be a brilliant
affair as usual. 1
K. P. Contest Starts.
Business is picking up at the K. P.
lodge where a heated membership and
attendance contest is ort In full blast
with Mell Evans and iJr. h. E Emanuel
at the bends of the opposing forces. As
yet they have not come to blows but
each is going the limit to slip one by
the other and the police captain is
waiting nervously for a riot call that
is sure to result if the two captains
ever lock horns.
Yeomen Most This Evening.
All members of the Brotherhood of
American. Yeomen of Washita Home-
stead are requested to be present this
evening to see the fancy drill work put
on by Capt. E. J. Frey and his prlsto
winning team of Oklahoma City who
look first money at the national con-
clave held at Oklahoma City last June
fcftato Manager C. L. Morean and sev-
eral members of National Homestead
No 2!."a are expected to be present to
assist District Manager A. C. Andrews
in promoting the interest of lodge work
in this city.
Must Appear on Time.
Even yet Ben Hudglns city street
commissioner has bis troubles. He
i has recently Issued an ultimatum to
the effect that the good citizens upon
whom notice is served to appear at the
city hall on a certain date and Coring
a shovel with you" will either appear
on that date send some one In their
place on that date or pay the cash to-
wit $3. "Folks don't seem to under-
stand it" said Mr. Hudglns today.
"When we serve notices on a certain
number of men for a certain time we
want them at that time and have made
arrangements to work just that many
on that date. If they do not show up
we are disappointed and our plans ara
upset. It will be easier on them and
easier on us if they will report exactly
Smith Gets Pink Slip.
"No sir absolutely we have cut a!'
strings and released him without con
dition. He 1b a free .agent and can sign
up with any bush league that will have
him even to tho F.pworth league. 1
told Mart Louthan all the time that
i there was yellow in him but Mart con
tended hat all he needed was a chance.
I showed him up Sunday and found
that he has a streak of yellow." Tim.'
quoth ("apt. John Gribi skipper of the'
West Hill tennis aggregation and the
party to whom he referred was none
other than H. N. Smith sr. The real
reason for Smith s release was learned
when (Irtbl stated that to put the re-
cruit to the test he (firibi) swam the
river at Medicine Park Sunday and
Smith absolutely refused to enter the
water. "Whenever I set one of 'en
a pal tern and he don't come across
right then end there I hand him the
pink slip" said Oribi.
Police Court Calendar.
There was only a smattering of a
matinee yesterday at the police court
one that might have proved a thrill to
a novice hut the regulars were Inclin-
ed to think it pretty tame. In fact
some of them even went so far as to
make open statements to that effect.
The bill was as follows: L. O. Cordon
drank. 8; R. H. Linvllle fighting $7;
John IJnville fighting dismissed;
Will Allen disturbing the peace $.".
There was one item missing. Probably
however performer is the word Instead
of item. That is literally correct.
Said performer was missing simply
1)ecause he was a 'better sprinter than
tlie policeman. He was engaged In the
scrap with the Unville duo am) same
is an Id to have been progressing nier-
WEATHER FORECAST f
IL'opyilgtii. by lluCium fcyndloAtc)
Fair tonight and Wednesday.
During 24 hours ending at 8 a. m.
Maximum . . 7U
Minimum . 51
ril.v when the cops were summoned
but as they hove in sight the third
party to the scrap made a hurried and
lasting exit ami was never caught.
Library hours: Heading room and
charging desk opeu from Z to ti p. in.;
from 7 to 9 p. m.; Sundays 3 to 0 p. m.
Magazines received by the Caruegle
A. 1. A. liookllst a guide to the bebt
Century illustrated Monthly Maga
Country Lire In America.
Ladies' Home Journal.
Missionary Review of the World.
National Geographical Magazine.
Header's Guide to Periodical Litera-
ture. Review of Reviews.
U. S. Agricultural Department
U. S. Agricultural Department Year
U S. Bureau of Education Bulletin
U. S. Bureau of Labor Bulletin.
Woman's Homo Companion.
Recent additions of fiction:
Lincoln Cafin Dan's Daughter.
Porter Miss Billy Married.
McCartoiy A Master's Degree.
Mltchell-Westway's Constance Tres-
cott. Doyle 'The Poison Belt. '
Porter Tho Song of the Cardinal.
At the Foot of tlie Rainbow.
Beach The Iron Trail.
Barclay The Broken HrIo.
Abbott 'Vyiiite Linen Nurse
Wlg(?in: Story of Waitstill Baxter.
Ward The Coryston Family.
Hewlett Tho Spanish Jade
Warner The' Rejuvenation of Aunt
Seed Potatoes at
Sweet and Irish Seed of
every kind. We also
have a complete line of
A-l Garden and Flower
Seeds. Come in and
make your selection or
phone 14 ' and we will
nil your order carefully.
Farmers and others who live at
distance from a drug store should
keep In the house a bottle of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. H may be needed at
any time for cuts wounds sores
sprains or rheumatism. It is a power
ful healing and penetrating remedy.
Price 25c 50c and 11.00 per bottle.
Sold by Owl drug store. Adv. d&w
Chickasha Okla. April 27 1914.
Whereas Our beloved brother anil
knight Charles M. Fechhelmer has
been called to answer the summons o
the Great Jehovah and .
Whereas We bo loved the character
love and charity exemplified in his
Whereas We are so bereaved at so
untimely an end of our fraternal broth
er and friend. Therefore be it
Resolved by the Washita Valley
Lodge Knights of Pythias of Chicka
sha Okluhoma That Washita Valley
Lodge. Knlhgts of Pythias do hereby
express its great sorrow and bereave-
ment at the loss of so true a member
That Baid lodge extend to the friend?
and relatives of our deceased brother
Its sympathy and condolence.
That the charter of this lodge b-j
draped in mourning for thirty days
from this date.
That a copy of t'uese resolutions be
furnished the relatives of our departed
brother and to the press of our city.'
Adopted unanimously by WashiU
Valley Lodge Knights of Pythias in
regular session and a coiy ordered
spread upon the minutes.
R. M. EVANS
R. E. DAVENPORT
L. E. EMANUEL
touch lj aL vS4
A.Stetn & Company
For Boys and Girls
of all ages
i Aak your dealar -Mad.
In thr VamS OdBTt factory
The Best Spring Tonic
for alt your stock. A little spent
now to prevent disease j-'.U save
you many dollars. Use
Vkax. t'x toe $1.00; U lb. pail $3.u0
It helps digestion purifies the
blood strengthens and greatly
increases an animal's productive-
ness. Puts your farm on a better
Refuse substitutes; Insist on
Satislaction Guaranteed or Money Back
Pratts Disinfectant is an-
other Spring necessity. A strong
and most economical germicide
. Get Trail Stock Hook
Sold and guaranteed by
DIVSCHE BROS.' SEED CO.
The Best Meat for
Why not have
It costs no more. It is
simply in knowing
where to buy it. Neal
has a large list of sat-
fied customers a r e
House of Good fleets
The Value of a Bank to a Com-
' munity Consists Principally
in Five Things
The assembling of credits and money even to rela-
tively small amounts in the shape of DEFOSITH.
The LOANING of such percentage as would likely
be idle to assist in financing: legitimate business
Buch aa growing and moving of rops in growing
livestock in useful manufactures and trade.
Keeping on hand in cash ample funds to meet the
probable needs of depositors for ready cash.
d The transfer of funds and credits from one point
e Convenience to its depositors in making settlements
by check which gives the best possible receipt
and also avoids danger of loss of money by theft
or otherwise that might result in carrying cur-
rency. We are giving our best efforts and study towards
rendering this service to this community. Let us
OF CORRECT BUSINESS METHODS
is of inestimable value'to the man who wants to accu-
mulate a competence' for old age comforts for his
children or for the power and influence money gives.
When you deposit your earnings in a sound well-
managed home bank and pay your bills by check you
gradually acquire systematic business habits in the ex-
ecution of your financial affairs.
Why not come in and open an account with ua now?
You will have MORE MONEY in six months than if
you wait six months to make tne start.
Special attention given to such deposits aa
come under the head of Administrators Guar-
dians Women's and Children's accounts.
We pay 4 per cent on time deposits.
This is the only bank in Chickasha that guarantees
your deposits. Is not a guarantee better than a promise?
Farmers State Bank
M. F. Courtney Pres. D. U Eiser Cashier.
J W. Wilson Ass't CaHhier.
Health vs. Fly Time
The judges decision is that now is the time for you
to place your orders with us for SCREEN DOORS 1x2
Cypress for window screen frames and clover leaf for
screen mould t
Wm. Cameron & Co. nc.
LUMBER PAINT BRICK.
Phone 152. See Us Before You Purchase. South' 3d 1
JOHN T. OWSLEY
Fire Tornado Accident Health
Hail on Crop. Bonds of All Kinds
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FIFTEEN, No. 101, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 28, 1914, newspaper, April 28, 1914; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731131/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.