Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 135, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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CHICKAIHA DAILY 1XMIII CHICKAIHA OKLAHOMA MIDAV ICPTCMIIft II lilt.
ChicIiQoha Daily Expreoo
CEO. II. EVAN'S
J. KDWIN fOOI
.Publisher in J Dullness Msnsgtr
. .Managing Editor
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CRADY COUNTY
JE.Iar-4 kl U Postoffle. t Cbtcka-as Oklahoma m s"oad class
II T 1 ! If ' 'II I "" "1 T II II "" I ' ' 1
CHICKAIHA OKLAHOMA MlOAV SCPTIMBCft .J. 1911.
Oea yr. -Ilvtras' fey earrlef 11.00
is months t L00
Thus maeths " "
On moat 40
Om yssr by mall... ...... ..-$4.00
li month by resin...... 1.00
Thr months by mill...... 1.00
Ingle sop ..........
Any srrenaou refUcllont in
ths chsrscler of tny peroon
flrtn r corporation and any
mltaUUmont wftUh ma
oar In ths columnt of tho
press will b ladly cor
rectos' upon Ita bolng brought
to the attention of the
Qlvot All Ths Local NowoJ 3jD Newt ly U. . Wire Dally
T1n er on In nUiir ' ilun;
Humble oi ami h-nvenlv l t r - -Thee
III form llm prf't iti u n
rotinwl for iho l fn. "my clival
didn't hit sttybod) "
"Hut h admit ho (lr4 a inn"
"Vo. but ho tied Into 1 1 air." j
DELIVERS TALK HERE
'SKILLET AND JEFF
anl MdU.nl 'MmoIwhI lh I)r.
j 'Ton dollar anil rol" rp'-l"!
id Juilf "!( might hat hii in
SCHOOL TEACHERS IN POLITICS.
K. II. WiIvhi si. He Mipcriiilriidciit if education lint made the
iiiiiialifiel nniHiiinccinriit that lie will It a ronlf slant fur tlir
democratic tioiiiiiinliuii fur thief rxrrutivr of I In- utile.
A school teacher executive! Wilson has a fortnidalle ina-
il.jnr luliiiid liim. One cannot pa si lightly over tlie fact tliat tlir
tniii who has lireti in charge of (lie ('liiralinii.il interest uf the
Male fur eight jcars ami who lias Ixen running fur governor all
tlial lime lint an advantage that must he reckoned with.
I tut a school teacher executive! Our excriencr with the
schoolroom academician has not heen n happy one. "Teacher" in
I lie schoolroom in one thing. Hut "leacher" in the governor's
hair or prrsih'iil chair is another. And a has always proven
to he tic case a most distasteful wasteful impractical "another."
'I he meic name in such connection is a handicap.
Wilson has managed to keep himself reasonahly clear of the
houihon machine. That is he has managed to hoth train with the
hounds and run with the hare. I'.ul a school Kacher in govern-
mental affairs some way we would feel more secure with an out-and-out
machine politician of some conscience in the guberna-
A school teacher executive just won't go down. Tulsa World.
And we thought we were living iu the twentieth century!
For pure moss hack demagognery of the seventeenth century the
ahovc takes the glass walking stick. The World takes the con-
temptuous view of the leaching profession that was held in the
days when learning was thought heneath a man of affairs and
which in small minds has lasted to some extent to our own day.
' We hold no brief for R. II. Wilson. We do not know his in-
tentions and it would make no difference if wc did. This cast-
is a slur on the most important profession in modem civilized life
and as such should he resented by every teacher in Oklahoma.
Why should tho name "teacher" he a handicap for any man seek
ing or occupying an executive position? In no other line of won;
is jexecutive. ability rnore urgently needed wr exercised .than in the
schoolroom. 'From' the' smallest country school to the greatest
university executive ability is constantly called into play and to
make a success the teacher must posses an unusual degree of
this element of character. He is trained as an executive from the
beginning and this is more than can he said of the fellow who
sits at the typewriter in an office and grinds out editorials at so
! It is natural that the World writer would prefer an out-and-out
machine politician that has been the history of the republican
party and naturally the World considers such men far better
qualified for any office than any others.
As for the insinuations against President Wilson the fact
that the failing administration has deviated to no perceptible
degree from the policies followed by the preceding one answers
the question of his ability.
The man who wrote this has forgotten that one of the shining
stars in all republican party history was a teacher and was proud
of the fact President Garfield lie probably does not recall that
thousands of men who have climbed to the top rung of fame and
fortune got their real training in executive work in the school
As for President Wilson we have never heard it suggested
heretofore that he was not an executive. In fact lie has been
maligned because he was too much of an executive. He led his
party with a singleness of purpose probably never surpassed iu
all American history. His trouble came only when there were two
parties to deal with and if there has ever been a man on earth
who could no anything as president with a divided congress the
World will please mention him. We have not yet discovered him.
; The editorial is an insult not only to the teachersbut to the
entire state of Oklahoma and our entire public school system.
The world in general moves even if the Tulsa World does
not. The teacher of today is a power to be reckoned With along
with the men in other lines of business. lie is no longer looked
upon as a misfit and one who teaches because he can do nothing
else. There are many school men in Oklahoma today who would
do honor to the position of governor. Ada News.
Keep your eyes ahead Americans but keep your feet on solid
ground. Find the reason for discontent and meet it squarely; cor-
rect the cause where there is a cause and mercilessly destroy the
excuse where it is an excuse only. Find exact justice and demand
"it demand it for all men and require it from all men. Remember
the stuff you are made of Americans. Remember the heritage
which is yours. The stress of late days has strained all over-
much. Be patient with one another each one is equally respon-
sible. Stop and look within. Look each one to your own in-
dustry and thrift. Look to your own conscience and moral re-
sponsibility. In the whirl of passing storm seize upon common
sense and holding fast reach for others who mav be hurled by. i
Yes forget not the others who are about you. It is as dangerous
now as it was just outside the Walls of Eden to ask in surprise:
"Am I my brother's keeper?" ' Remember we shall go up or
we.'shall go down together.. The great power Which is the Spirit
of Kmerica must .not tolerate any attempt to array class against
clais section against section or sect against sect. Guard against
this as you would against a pestilence; the nation has no greater
enemy than one who would thus divide the country against itself.
Mere agitation and mere motion are not progress. The vicious
circle is not the shortest distance between honest effort and
highest reward. Remember that one man is only Jbetter than an-
other when he behaves himself better. Give -every well-behaved
. man his equality of opportunity and require from him his full
share of accountability. Live and let live is not enough we must
live and help live and as you live and help live find always exact
justice and enforce it. Postmaster General Will Hays.
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If they Want to do the right thing the doubting Thomases
who said the fair would never amount to anything;' will how kindly
occupy the rear seat.'. -r v v
" Philadelphia lawyers may be pretty smart but at that we
doubt seriously whether they could unravel the Ch'ckasha baseball
puzzle. .. . .
"Thin nl tho wor! lll -it
or rlo I limn Uiart It lnl lli
! were Mor." H h k ( r .
1 An Ohl nmn hn iwctiily felt
ibmi-d hU llmh birthday n
' on of llm rule f limnevlty: 'Tor
t Iho fllvvor uo yimr !(! mhI -
ily I'leniy tif plnm l."
Tim Itnily OUiihiiiMiii M imikln
r-wl'ii'lle IiIpmo in lh hi J in kern thr
iM'il to fUk on iiiin fair tUHnr.
Thn nlilnr ni-emn lo think It will
Rive lh elly'a n ( a li.nl lu pr-n
jlon 10 pel mlilied.
Oiipiliiw In: will iho e.niii.il iHr
' liimlliinU Into Iho hint?
Tli ri'xileiil uf the C.ili kimlili re.
lullcr' Ahik liillnn h.Mi IiiiikIi'iI l"
a ilis- Ulon to Dm effei I Ihul Die
trato at home ruin oen'l iily i
linn Ciiphl llnpo thli "ill neiile ili
fVuiwnen Kil Klii"rn MiImiii.m i
an filllnr nnl fiiierliiliieil hl:ii for ti
nHI. Tho I'aekiinelliT li.vi lvl isl
Mr. Pxil lo iilih hi Hii If li"
doeMil' want llie Criiml Ci;ir.l in
Hill In rpil uf Hie m.iiI.u iiy iif
thn bevernr.e. 'i haven't hearJ !
any baby's being named "Momi'
Simp hliy h rnlleeK Hint lie
olwnys hna trouble with bin direc-
tion w-Jien hn ents Bomethlntr that
doesn't .'i:rpn with him.
ior tronhta bre.vli:. Th: I'i"hI-
dhut of !h lml llinnar i Koelely h
Ihreatetilnic to whoop u Hm k
SpukM mid thn ctlier yoiiinssioM
who tried to bent our yourn friend.
Mr. Shelby out of flrnt nlaee Ir. Hie
horse rnee at the fair.
Our Idea Is that nobody but Slult
Snnkcy Im lo blnine for ti e fact' that
there wasn't a flm dlapbiy of mod-
ern "hIIIIh" nt the fal'.
Told you all oIoiir t'.ia th rjrady
County fair would bo n beii didn't
JCMSCVI AND HOLBTCINt
AD0C0 TO DAIRY HEnOS
Hllllwaler Okla. Hept. 21-Tli
A. and M C'ollf jt m Jut pur-
ihei Uteen bend of Jrey eallln
and too h"nd of llolMeln to rnlnra
and Improve llm purebred dully
A n-w f'.i..0n.) d.iliy barn whli-h
U already partly compleied 'I
houie thn dulry herd.
Th" dulry hiisbamlry iIIvImIhii of
Ihe ( nlleK ban be-n Imnnferred
from thn animal hiibnndry depnrt-
nient to iho dairy depniiment. A
niiiipetenl ami etperleneed herdn-
man I In inure of thn dairy herd.
Tim dairy depirimmt Is plannlni
to build one of the lies) prodiirliiR
'erdn of Jerneyit and llciNlelan ill
0.lnliiiii;n. HlMdenls of dalrylntt will
hav an opportunliy t niudy dairy
rallle from all tumle mid to be
(Mine f.itiillliir w.lh the imihl iiiiii).
ern i yt.ii-ini of plii rreordu of n
piir-bred binl. Th" dairy bim n ml
herd under Die HiipervlMoii of the
hTl-Ui:i n. will be lled U a IiiIiom-
lory for Miiil"nu in nil ).iii"s of'
Many Hliiib'iilM who parity wnrbj
their way Ihroiich inli .t uNn
have an oppoiluuily to mh lire work i
at the dairy barn.
2 m .
t-' v . .
SENATOR JED JOHNSON
Fenalor Jed Jnhnoon. who delivered
a abort addreM to the IRWinnlron
Mud their relative! preent at the
lnrheeiie fi'Bul Thiirmluy evonlnK at
thn tiiady county fair. Tim Ameri-
can l-Rlon "AmerlrnniitHtloii" pro-
arum wait dlmim eil Iiy h Waller
b'KlnlalorfarmeM'dlior. who oerved
8h a lull k prlvl- in ilin I'uited
SI.iIi'h army duriiiR the world war.
A demoeratle representative of
the Coiiuiik lie'iilloa iiiiinly dls.trh-l
Johnson aerved In I Im upper Iioiinp
of the eighth ()klahim.l leKinlahire.
II" wan one of the Hamuli nupiMirt
ern of lli. niildlerx' lid.pilal hi I Is
and oilier nn'iiKiiri-i nlfccMur; I In-
Port Kmlth. Ark Hept. -1
"liot'a me Ih. hut ah ahn'
wouldn't M'led umt for it .
world!." ehlrped itllllet. who nr.
rumiuinled by Jeff t o ruliirmi
ariiunilkepper of tho fhhka.ha
tub. ramo over lo take In Ihe
-wiH-ld a .rrlen." Hklll-I and Jeff ar '
linl auptHinem of the Chirk an t '
r among the firM arrival at lh
p.nk every afternoon.
1 S. Uth St.
Fa!! term begin Sept 12th
YU. Special clae in iihim-
ra! kiiidergsrtrn.' ' ' '
.MRS. J. II. WHITE
Phone ui or lilt ft
Owner of homM ant blooded alack i
are lario uer of I.bjuld lloromno.
It heal wounds ftcr!n( tore ;
barbed wire rut by a mild power
Hat leave no dlnfiaurlna: arar.
rtu-e .toe Me and $1 .SO. Fold ly
Wren Iinij Company. I Jot
WOMAN ASSISTANT ADVANCED.
Pilllwnter. Okla. Sepi 'J-MImj
Norma Urumbanrh. who hn been
prnlHlant dlilrlrt .en;onlrnllon
asent fur the nonhwentern Hkla-'
"inma dlxtrlrt. ha lien advanred to '
Hie dlMrht aReni'a po ill Inn In tlial
name dlMrlit. Hhn will have head
quarter In the Kxlenhloti lllvlilon
at A. Ind M. College here.
v ' O S
Mirmctt Optical Co.
For eye rmfntt let ua mlo
four tluNne. Our repulatluo la
(01 rirat National Bank Building
no railway or About elrhty per lent of till Arabs
j live iu town.
A STOLEN SMILE 'ER TWO
A lady who had been rIvIiir li
party told hor ninld to put away all
the refrfiHhmnnls that were loft on
the table before retiring to bed.
The next day on looking the lndy
could not find the dainties nnil
called to her maid:
"Jane what did you do with thone
thinga that I told you to ut oway
"Sure mum and yez told me to
ut 'em nway and I did mum and
A judge had declared that he
would stop the carrying ot firearms
in the Htrects of a Western town
Before him appeared a tough youth
charged with getting drunk and fir
ing his revolver In the crowded
"Ten dollars nnd coHts" said the
"But your honor" Interposed the
Few Eyes Focus
and only by careful examination
can the amount : of refractive
error be determined.
This must be measured and
corrected by suitable lenses be-
fore one has comfort.
Place the care of your eyea
Carr's Optical Parlor
423 Chickasha Ave.
Office Hours 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
CoiulenHed Statement of
CITIZENS NATIONAL HANK
As Reported to' the Comptroller of the Currencv
at Close of I!usineis Sept. (7 12I.
Loans and Discounts $794791.28
Real Entato and Fixtures 2.1.412. 53
U. 8. Honda : Bn.00fl.no
Federal JleHorvo Bank Stock ........... t.sno.OO
Redemption Fund 2JO0.0O
Liberty Bonds $89700.00 " '
Bills of Exchange 481 19.42
Cash and Exchange l!ii579.28
Total Cash Assets 378004.00
Undivided Profits 8477.24
Interent Collected not Earned 50(11.59
Reserved for Taxes and ' Interem 45:!8.45
Bills Payable (Liberty Bonds) 55000.00
Rediscounts .... 89010.58
Tho above statement is correct. E. D. FOSTER t'nshier.
Tho elements of uncertainty In the reconstruction period nro rapidly
disappearing and we seem to ba approaching a stable condition.
This hank and its host of customers like one large family nre meet-
ing the future wfth a confidence that M bright with promise.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
( omleime.l Klaleuielit at the 1 Iomi of llnmnen .Sept. C 1;'J.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
lians and libcouuti .................................$30847141
I'nlted States Bonds lo aeeum circulation iiaonno.i
United Ktates Bonds to secure deposit
r urnllure and Fixtures .
titock In Federal Kenerve Bank ....
lutereht earned but not collected .
Real 1 jitaln owned
( ah with I. H. Treasurer . $34uO.OO
IbkIi la vaults and with Bank 226.932.94
Liberty Loan Bonds 62.500.00
Warrants city and county 119.341.48
Boiida and aecurltles '. 379500.00 73.C74.43
Bills Payable Federal Reserve Bank Llben Bonds 43000.00
Rediscounts Federal Reserve Bank 39160.48
Bills Payable H8.36s!o5
Bonds Borrowed 100000 00
nank 22102.64 1.29LC30.48
The above statement Is correct. NEIL R. JOHNSON Cashier.
DR. ETHEL EARL
Palmer School Graduate.
401 Colorado Ave'. Chickasha.
J. ROY ORR
Office in Courthouse.
No. 820.3 Statement of No. 8203
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
At the close of Business September C 1921.
Loans and Discounts $499327.43
Overdiaits . l' 490.55
Banking House and Fixtures 19'899.24
Real Estate 916.13
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 3600.00
United States Bonds 50000.00
Liberty Bonds and Victory Notes : 43000.00
1 rcusury eriincaies j 000.00
Other Warrants and Securities 40154.30
Cash and Sight Exchange ; ; 1962498
TOTAL ... ..... $855637.33
aP;tal ----- $100006.60
Undivided Profits . 1313608
Circulation ZZZZZZZZZ- 48500.00
The above statement is correct ROY C. SMITH Cashier.
Offices First Building S. Sugg
DR. A. S. RIDDLE
Eye Eur Nose and Throat
Eyea Carefully Examined for
EADS & M'CUNE
Room El 2
Flrut National iSank Building
Cured without surgery. No pain
cutting sloughing or detention
DR. G. R. GERARD
Ninnekah Okla -
Distributors for Woodstock" Type-
writers. Cleaning repairs and
supplies for all makes of machines
122 N. 3rd St. Phone 13.
Knife. Box. Accordeon. $1.50 Skirt
Mail orders a specialty Chick-
asha Pleating Works 214 Colo-
rado Avenue. Leave Parcels Sin-
ger Sewing Machine Shop.
Bought sold and exchanged
cleaned adjusted repaired.
Work Guaranteed. Phone 1183.
F. IC Wilcox Jr.
Reford Bond Alger Milton
Bond Melton & Melton
Rooms 409 410 411 New First
- Natl. Bank Building. -
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK .
Official Statement (Condensed) to the' Comptroller of
Currency at the close of business Sept. 6 1921.
Loans and Discounts . . $803924.54
Overdrafts ... 2125.22
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds ; . 40617.95
U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation . 25000.00
Bonds and Warrants ... ...1 58435.85
Federal Reserve Bank Stock . 5250.00
Furniture and Fixtures ..J.J.3.'!&057.00
Bank Building 3200.00
Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer 1250.00
CASH AND SIGHT .EXCHANGE 324463.52
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus earned 75000.00
Undivided Profits net . . 27036.85
Reserved for Taxes ; . .. 630.48
Circulation ... 24600.00
Borrowe.d Money . . . 13878.05
TOTAL . ...'.'.$1388624.08
The above statement Is correct F. T. CHANDLER V.-Pres.
Attest C.-B. TURNER. Cashier.
The Bank That SERVICE BUILT. -
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