Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 229, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 27, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASnADAILXllXPRESS CHICK ASH A OKLAHOMA
AUGUST FLOV. E
HER ALOOFNESS 21
ConocniCJ b!tn.crt of
The Firt National Bank
Of CMckssia Oklahoma
At D) i'l-f !! J.!.-!!.". '.(. U! (kt 1 1 KM 7.
i n:.mi!iu i;
'I he Oklahoma Naional Bank
t Ey ISABEL FROST.
Hf-a ) Kt.ite f r.o
IT' n.liiffl 'in Ii-'ir.'N
Kurr.itur it r.i Flx'ire
Fcb-fal IN "vi-p H.il'k ;
X r. ; -1 P'.r.'N to "
1'. S. .ir.l on band
Ca ii :-'. V. S. Tr. a- r
Cash in Vault
Cah iih J:f:ki
fcutoH ari l V.'jiu: '
Liberty trtin Ji-.nds
Itiiij of Kii hange
urrl;i . ii" '
t"r.'!.v: '.-.i iT'if ;s. i t " 1
Circulation - - "'
l'.frvpl for Ta" .
in-LvMua: $i ":
Deposits Lanki K' '. lit
rnito'i si.? . . I'll.'.:
The above vuun
Tli ObllV" f . K j i r - -4
routitu tf a I d'-iir.f.K !
r.t i' correct.
th'W 'he i 'ir.d.tiO.n of
;i f i f oio r-r . .11 . vi- ami
f. l. sf.r
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We Invi'e :
tior.s. No r'-'J.''fiufi(.
MRF.CTOIt:-? J. I). :
Yidson J. JJ. Pond R. Ii
No borrow fi money
-nor !:. r: joh'ton. i: ca;;bei;. s.m n.i-
tl ln F. Johr.son A:?.r M'-lton. T. II. Wil-
TTli it UMiiW L Ji l UAiilhli i ! t
Report of the Condition of " '
The Farmers Stale Bank
At the r-luMe of bun tip fpt. 11 1017
1 -'. '. eriij Dlnunt . ..... . .
I'v.i.IrafU tii-osik. .Vi.-.-..S:tti..i.-fc
I 'i:r:!iirfl and Fixtures .
r I anil Warrants ... flO.TH.r.:!
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!. paid in tr.o.ooo.oo
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i lic iili.ivn atutoracrit In correct
J. V. WILSON CaslikT.
Prof. Thrift Says:
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I OF THE TOWN I
SAMMY DWYER RELEASED
ON S5.C03 BONO ON MURDER
CHARGE BY DISTRICT JL'OGE
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In..-' I art.
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l!" Hiicl.r. !?m tou yi-.i:-anl
Mr-i C!u!-:i- ilr i-h!
!! v. i t ii typhni'l l vi r.
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i'l ami pi i'i il
y rator h ri th.- :i
a::'l luaf.y Muni in liif I.
".c'jazh tin iiiii fr
Ijwvit to-tifiml isi ffii-i t a foiiowr-:
Tin' r'-idPinf of Thomas II. D'.vwr
ti a 't hif:i liuralariii'd liy the lioys. Jlar-
iv Uarlii-U am! iiri.ianl iniih. anil
tivo (iiitoU a !.:rsi" am! a I'liiail rnn
ii:i lio'it taki-ii ajii'i:;.; nihi'r etta-t.
Mr. Uwyt-r liail un'ifiid llin poiire
lif.nl'; i:n if aril nil i'!r-r off if r rs lif.
i"S t.i:;u;-'I. Si ri'.-a-.l Uoh I.ii:;y
i-nii.iijnrf I rfrii ir i)vi-r. v.Iid was at
i'i ; luMii' i ;i bin aro-o ;i ri! afK-r
r.ii'i!U ationt t!ip c ity for tin hm.r u UU
miiton y!e i'-)ic(l ihn two boys on
( i.'iit.nv uvi'inic. Thf-y li:nl a prlp.
IJ.iyi-r sloiijicil In'--; n.-'.i bin-- n:nl :i vki-.l
tin' buy i -a lie: n ilif.y v. .-r" fri.ni. i'itl-;-b-irr.
v.;?f- thf r' piy. "Wlint l.av.- you
i;i ih" Ki ip." ( 'iilii' :." n;i i ti i- ro-Tlu-
officer tlii-ii n ipi". i.-.l tin.
boy:? (o oppii Hi- jaipainl was told ibru
tlnyv i ou!'I not. II.. Hu n (-uvf tli.'in n
lniriicil examination for w I'api.liM. run-
iiit.K l:i bamU I'ifilitly ovr-r t ti i r i loth-
iiiK without ilisi ovi-ring tbo Ktmll pis-
that was in the po;;-Pssio of the
boy. I(f tlifii prn cpili'il to
valise and whilo so engaged
ail si..- r
!:.u.:'.' f bull
.b"- tin sun fi-l.-r-
V.-.-ii.ia in ail.
i-i!.i.- tor Ti-ny
ii. as n C;.r-
v.i.rk iiikI siijv
!:.. !nr Uicmni
will.! joi;!.-f to Mild Ti-rry IIiioukIi
Hi Ii.nil iiinl turn h.'i.i on! a rivll
lirr. lis bt-r faibi-r bail wislnd.
Shi- liinf tmt n-alizi il until tbi-.!' days
..f t-iii'lv sMiiiiiii r Jii.m' fa'i-d "nt 'be
"M.s Curriiik'toii. tmi II brmk ibi'.vn
If ymi don't btup Mi.lLii.i " liai'd."
I (.' (-aid ct tlit' o!?i. lis Vh'iriiiiu
v.i iiid to tbf buyer for the art
.i.I di i.i.riiueiit.
Migiiiiu went In. me tb.if vluy feeling
raiii. r ;.ii?zled. tlmt wlmt wus
I lie lii.-itter Willi berV Sin mudii'd ber
fi.ee in In- iniiror eiriefiiiiy und then
tliiill'iii fully upi iii d a lelli-r sin- bad
PieLed lip fn. Ill (be laliii- in Ilie lower
i.i.n It t!.u .in ii.i :i- -inii re. n ii in. i fl
t'liapins for lier to vKt tbeui on tle-ir fnuillnr
ho lifeboat over the w eel.-end. open til
lif b-rt that lay nijjit for tin" the mmijor boy. hi i espouse to u nod
shore with a feelln of elation n ' of ne hoy since dead drew the ::2 eali-
ilioneh nbe had e-ea.ed froiii n mild t. .
... ' ''ri' Rim und (irdfted bam in v to throw
M.rl of pii-mi (In ibe liout Fteps i-be .
pa- I Wells Lewis. He was peru- ';) ls h;in"s' at lt(' s'""fi """ miilins
;by eoiidii.-iiii ie.ral paper bas f Mi" '''K'r. "l.i'-h lver. was not
nirre.ilious j;roei ries that Virginia '"''' eiKniuli to cause a OIH-Uf uiotl.
I.m v represi nti(lli;ht lioiiekeepiuK. tlitu probably saving Dwyer's life.
Terry nrrived ut Mrs. I'iiiiieMn'n ut Dwyer Fires at Fugitive.
nine o'elocl;. l.ewi lieanl the allereu- : Dwyer threw one hand up to eaten
tiou in (lie lower hall wl Terry tried u. b)V- alu (Jr(tt. hu f)w () rfvo
to explain liis relaliotidiip to Jtiss .... ...
Cam .nd hi rib.s priv ' lllllP' ""hf
n.es In her nb-enee. Hut Mrs. Fin- rM" U!1 or At
iievan was obdurate. It mllit b. o "l s ' Uurt !ult boy turned
and then iiKain It inibin't. She would hml blurted off in a' trot refusing to
lake no chances hall at the officer's comninml. Lis coni-
"I ::w Miss enrrltietmi kh nwiiy pauion slopping back and droppini; his
cbout li :ilU" eulleil l.en is over the ban- nun in tho Rniss. Sainmie. bellcviitB
si.r mil. "Anyibin I can d.? Won't uH -uill(4 )mv h;1( r;
von come tip Willi me ilnlil idle ets .
j)M(1. . Jind (hat he would turn around nnd fire
. i i i i. ii i iiliiieil. a ho (loclarod. at the Iwv's lee
Terry nceeptcd vviih ulaerity. 11'!
nf nlv came up but he piu-hed into Vv!h lim and pre-
the remains of Lewis' .supper und vlt"'K P"-ape. "iiut I shot too
cleared il up to the last crumb. hiiih." he added.
I.ew i lislened sympa t bet ically to llwyer tlien arrested Howard Smith
ever.i thin even when Terry lold bow 'and calling n service ear man who
he had been "bounced" from the ; stood near by had the wounded hov sent
"prep" school. There hud been it lit- ; (o Ul( 1()sli.
lie itffair of elilnea pis inany cuIiich : '
pKs bidden nil nround the uvuiMy ; The Fat"! Wound'
hall on a certain eve.tln when the j 1)r- U- I-'vcrmoro testliie.l thai
.votin:''f iwys were excluded from a ""' '''"I been shot from the rear in
Hcninr il:tuce j hp li'P. the hall milling Inwardly and
"Soin fellows fiin't taliO a joke" . upward to the diaphram.
T.ni'.v euni'luded Bcaihinly. "I'm jjlad J Howard Smith testified that after
to l.e out of U. I'm sixteen tn.1 I ought 'rohbins tl. hmse the hova had ironp
to the ball park and tried to fire
Council Meets Tonight.
Th" lejular r-ie-tins; of the ity
louneil will be be'.d toejeht. Ni.it!iir.t'
of uiuirual interest is s heduii'd to
come up so far as Is known in offieiul
c in !(.
U. D. C. Will Se.
I Ail members of the I". I). (". :.ie re
(jiie-ted tK report at Red Cioss he.u!-
chattels at Hie ('arnegio library
promptly at ;i o'clwk toniorrow morn-
ing to sew.
Begins Serving Time.
Joe Harry an CKltihoaia City n;an
who was arrested at I'oeass.et on a
whiskey chatee and who pleaded guil-
ty in the .inj:;ty court today run-red
sijioii hi-; service of the thirty ci.iy sen-
tence a.ud will pay a j.'.ii fine.
'euui.t lent. i
i lo e of
to t1 e Comptroller of Currency at
i on September ; i i li. i:i!7.
I'. S it mils -
K'c'.er.il Ki-serve Hank Stock
Kurniture and Fixtures
State Ilonds ami Warrants ..
Cash and P;ht txc hane ..
2 'i'2 "4
Capital Ptock -r.-
I'ndividcd Profits tnct)
Pi. posits . .
The above .statement is correct.
Attest F. T. CHANDLER Cashier.
Save your money during the war.
Win Kr. nONAHI'l' Vim Vrr-9..
Wc will pay you per rent for it
Wife Gets Fees.
Tuesday united in
NT.-ho'M and Miss
I.. ( u'o-u. Jr. on
marriage Jiune M.
Laura Chamb'-r-' of !
b! i..i hi. (In WVitueidiy nfi'.rnoo.t
l.e i'iic!.!ii d at lie" marriai'e of Frank
W. iK.bui of l'oea ; el and Mrs. Liania
J. Newiirm of Mlnco. I 'iifor innately
for him lie Sfiys his Wife ;eu tli'i wed-
Rev. Lawrence L. Cohen Jr. rleliv- j
ei.eci the chajiel addresses at both the
junior and the Fenior high schools on j
Wednesday niornint; at 9 and 10 o'clock
respectively. He reports overflow'
crowds at both buildings. "It was In
deed an inspiration to look into the
faces of the hundreds! of boys and
pirls. Many patrons were ptesen' at
both chapel exercises."
-it 1 1'
UT 1 r
j ' C. ft '
' ! ( 1 I t
jj'pul 5oroe of
i'!! his earnings
im me oank
. when he was
i fy younHe is
rA enjoying- ii
Red Cross ileatlquarlers al Carneg:e
Library Phone 1452
- Don't k working
T- tferd until youv
l )u I 'dypg day
v. i withoii arvv
i r--'aj';-wf&i ;- money nv the.
Wh i Bank.
i (mf ' . i tf i i;TiPT it ii-tti
I'lioue ali news lor .he Ked C'rosn
colninii to 745.
i The DaUKhlers of the Confederac y
vr.;' r. ;i: .: -'i;l( d by twelve of their
mt'iiib;. i: at he?.dcpuirtcrs Tuesday
moining. the ladies sewing on pajania
suits. Articles made at home and re-
turned by the members were six paja-
nia suits Mrs. W. W. Iiynum; one pa-
jama suit. Mrs. M. K. May; a pair of
wristlets. Mrs. J. T. Carthel.
if a i'.ood business rlianre :eia efiered VOt todiiy tire you In a position
to grasp a? yH would be if you' bad HANREI) the money you have spent
on thing.': you really didn't need.
Benin NOW. Open an account in our bank. Pile up your dollars) and it
won't be lone before your opportunity will rjome again.
Put VOFK money in OCR bank.
Wo pay four per cent interest.
T U Ji
Chickasha National Bank
smaller weapon but could not on ac-
count lis they believed of the car-
tridges being defective. Siuiih then
filled the chambers vitb new shells.
Dwyer Gives Bond. i
About 7:"ii o'clock last nii;lit Officer
when you're fi
all our s
hie and old
be plateful for what I
Vou'll not. havo
to labor but live itt
On the interest from dollars that were
nave. I and not spiiit.
Y itV .ti" .ti" ti" X
i to be nt vork Instciid of let tint; a girl
elster mipport me. Wish yon cotibl
i jr.t itic u job before she gels back."
i Lewl consider i.. the mutter He
I liked the boy. it was the ae o(
; spi ciulial ion.
"I'll help ymi on your 'math' nt
nibt. I don't tliii.k your .sister lias
: fomil for you downstairs. I'd like it if
joti'd bunk up here clih me old man
....I L-.ii. it... .mt .'i li V "
. '. . .. iilns. The bondsmen were Thomas II.
1 Terry loved him for 'but phrase'
"oh: jinn.." He went to o k the ut "wy0'' Uoy '' Sllllh J- Slilu'-
iiimiiliit'. Mini walked In on Virginia; Body Held Here.
thai ni(.:ht it' I'llll-iii'iled business man. I A h'ii -ram was received this morn-
with il Mleady j.:1' nnd n fcnlary. She iiif by Claycoiub and Anderson from
1 listened to his expbi.'iyliotis lu eiletit u niother of Harry Harden who died
uuiazeiiieiit. 1. -1. i.-u ;1 ii i.osiiit:! nfo.i- tu.im.
1 wounded by Officer Dwyer. reipiestltii;
I that the body he shlpiied to Pittshiiri;
Pa. for burial. Mr. And 'tson stated
A committee of Indie went to Dut-
ton this afternoon to assist in Kettinp;
their auxiliary on a workinj; basis.
Mrs. Davenport has finished a pair of ;
knitted socks. i
Are you suffer from sour
slomacli or any kind of stomach
trouble? We have no medicine lo
sell. We are not doctors but we
have the finest Breakfast Food in
the worIddelicious and nutrieious
and if eaten will relieve any case
of ordinary stomach trouble in the
country and also a sure cure for
constipation. Try a carton.
For sale by your grocer.
'f LAXATIVE i'T-
II BUlJlllUSI not a
1 1 -V
Leeds and Mrs.
two suits of
Dwyer gave bond in the sum of ?".ui I completed
in the ol'flie of Court Clerk .Mrs. Wat-
Four members of
Ha re foot
the West Hill Kin-
broidery club met nt headquarters yes-
terday afternoon .each making com-
fort ban. The club expects to sew reg.
ti'iuly for the Red Cross on alternate
Vv'cdno ilav afternoons.
Donahue Goes East to
; Study Liberty Bond Plan
It is easy to pay off a loan vrth the
Pittsburg Mortgage Investment Co.
because our terms are go liberal and easy. Se us
for that farm or city loan.
J. E. WHITE Manager.
SI5 Fir3t National Bank Bids:. Chickasha. CL Wioma
"Why. Terry I have only tt bowing
iieipiaiiitame with this person."
"Well we'll fix that." replied Terry
coni.'ortably. "I'm eoliiK to ihnre lii
f..i;!i ;.n.l pay my bil. so you'd better
V'et :i. '. en. ii. tliiinie. If it hadn't
ti-. 1: for i.li.' think v I. re your little
lir.ulnr liiil-t Jn.ve 1 tided up 1 .-1 in
1 creat city villi.' sister was boit-e.
..alin jiujsiniiely. I ltniled loin
Jouu for dinner toiii.udit vcltii us. of
( course if you don't wiint l.itn e cuu
Virginia stood at the open window
iiifl.iuj' down at the courtyard wher
.mix lone sunuie tree braved the city'i
suiiitner heat. From the windows abova
boated it whistle that had become fa-
nlliar Lewis holding forth on his fu-l
i-orite melody "I'm fc'oitii; back buck'
.lack to Carolina; buck where I was
( All nt once she knew that she had
51V11 lonely. That I les of safety could
'.e crv desolate when one is a siran-; .. .. . ...
. .. . . .! Oi ners o the Oi Stale Pel 10
fei in New ork. Lven Terry coubl
jot realize ibaf the walls of .lerieho ' company state tod jy that their wc
j..u linitlilecl down us she said: p t;. .tl(r fj M win i0 bronchi
"Vou'il better run up nnd tell bir.i
M's nil rfht. before he Marts p'ltitig
tiis ft inner liimself." .be a r.MI L.trrel we!!. The 1'1'H r
stiitiKerltii- tor th riallv Fixoreii
t'litinertno cor Ihr Imlh Ktiiir-
Second Mo. Infantry Band
Gives Chickasha Serenade
; Miss Chickasha was treated to a ser-
enade at noon todav hv the regimental
iband of the Second Missouri inltintiy.
As offices and business houses turned
out the lunch hour crowd attention
was attracted by the strains of martial
music and the hand wntc n drew up
Oil State May Have Brought
In Another 500 Barrel Gusher
the C'.aiher field will ho bronchi in
day. and that their belief is that it will
is.'ifTltit 1!"7. Uy tlie Mii'lur. Newspa-
'ami a day or two nr;
. Win. H. Donahue leaves tonittht for
Kansas City whef! he w ill atter.d a
j meeting of bankers with reference to
the second liberty bond issue whic h
is scheduled to be 'plated before the
! public- in the near future '
j The NeW Plan.
Mr. Donahue today received the fol-
lowing letter front the Oklahoma City
! clearing house:
"Der.r Sir: '. -
i "The Federal Iti er bank at K :-
sas City has retpiestril the Oklahoma
City clearing house to assist them in
perfecting an organization to take care
of the new Libert) ilond is r.e which
Is soon to take plac e.
"We have been reiiesed to name
a chairman in each couutr'in certain
districts of the state ami to this end
we have taken the liberty of appaimh-.i;
you to this office in your t ounty. We
trust it imII be possible for you to take
up this work but if for any reason ft
is impossible for you to do so. we ask
ordins to C. O. J.iRaers. presi- you to designate soniVone in your cou-
tl.e ccunpatiy. the casing was nmnity who will be fitted for this task
the sand given three trokes "Literature and other public ity ma-
wit.g which t'i" well teiial will be forwarded to you tji tfa..
lop of the d- rric k. near future which will ioni-t of the
ted hourly as fn.low 1114 :
'i'oductioii "Lihony Toad b.ittor.j for distrihu-
ttt the orner of Chiekash.i and Third
soon had an enormous gallery. Al-
though the music was high cla-s the
band was short about 15 pieces only L'i
pieces upiiMvlug on the street. The
Missouri regiment was pnssing through
Chic ka.-li.t. nno!tf to an army post.
il 'ft of
with the el ill. foii
spraved oil to tie
Le'iiil" v.o'd was epi
to 1 he size of the weH'r
lion to subscribers to Liberty Bonds;
"Liberty Bond textbooks for distri-
bution to speakers and persons coming
into contrat with groups of people;
"Liberty llond primers for general
distribution to intending purchasers of
"Copies of ihe appeal to the laboring
men to support the Liberty llond loan
from Secretary of Labor Wilson to bn
' distributed by you to tie working men
in your district;
"Posters in eight designs and win-
dow cards in one design;
"Poster envelopes for mailing pos-
ters supplied by this bureau; .
"Liberty Loan stickers nlionl. ' 11 1
by 2 5-4 for distribution to business
and other concerns to stick on their en-
velopes and mail matter;
"Liberty Loan automobile stickers to
be distributed to aulomoblle.owiiers to
be pasted on the wind-shields of their
"We will thank you lo notify us hi
your earliest convenience as to your
needs in this line.
"Trusting we may receive a favora-
ble reply and with best wishes 1 am
Very truly uors
Oklahoma City Clearing House.
P.y R. O. V.euderent. See v.
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