Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1911 Page: 2 of 6
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CUICKASIIA OKLAHOMA. CHICK SHA DAILY EXfRZl
Capita! ; $200000.00
Stockholm. Liability . . . 5200000.00
The oilicers anil director.-! of the First National Hank
are roiiu'rcd by law to invest safely and account for accur-
ately every dollar of the bank'ti ;nm :y. Tin; hws arc for
the depositors' security.
l.ut the cash security this bank' offers its depositors
amounts to f 100000.00. That is the ani-junt of loss the
bank would be required to sustain before you as a depositor
could lose a dollar.
')ar patron.; appreciate not only the security we offer
b.it also the many conveniences and advantages placed at
their disposal by our service.
AMBASSADOR WILSON AMONG
THOSE WHO ARE BILLED TO RE.
TIRE AT EARLY DATE.
"Paid in Fur
the Real Thing
lor Him Now
The First National Bank
United States Depository
MUST BELIEVE IT
Herr Candidate for
City Attorney Again
A. I. 1 1 1 1 loduy announces his can-
didacy for r noinina! ion for (he office
01 oily attorney subject to the eiioiee
of (he democratic voicm on .March' 21.
for many years .Mr. Herr has prac-
ticed his profession in this cily and lie
is .recognized as one of the ablest
members of the bar. II y education
and years of experience he is adliur-
jably equipped to act in the capacity of
When Wc It-Known Chickasha People
Tell It So Plainly.
AVhcii public endorsement is made
liy a icpri seutafive dtisscn of Clii.'ka-
.' ha tiie jit oof i.s positive.- You must
i.i li'Ae it. 1'lctid this Ise'.imony. Every
b;u. l:;ic'.u sultt rer every man woman
or child vi;!i any Kidney trouble will
ln:i! proltt in tho reading.
Fred Andrew proprietor of Little
JVxas nslunoit living' at TIC Sou! U
Fi.nrt.li street ChiekaMia Ohla. says
"Abou! three years a;o Doan'y Kidney i piosi culor ami legal adviser for the
Viil.s cured me of kidney trouble and J (.y Two yars of 8frvice in' the of-
I . an tay that Hie cure lias been per- j fic. aVe given him an acquaintance
m. I war troubled to a great ox-1 w-itU the details of imiiiielnal miestions
iJ' j and the. laws affect hij them which
qualities him especially well for the
tent by disordered Kidneys and
l'ack was so weak and ached so badly
I'.iat I was in misery most of the. time
lioan's Kidney Pills cured me and flhj
fun that I have not Wen troubled
since is conclusive proof of their nier;'..
I am always ready 'to .give this eff "
live remedy my endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price HO
cents. Foster-.Mjlburii Co. Buffalo
New York sole agents for tho United
Kemembor the name Down's and
tak'? no other. 2td-ltw
ollice which lie nguin seeks. .
.Mr. Herr goes before the people on
his past record and in case he Is again
elected he pledges a continuance of
his best efforts to serve Ills city elite-
ienlly and satisfactorily.'
Gould Will Tell About
Vital Statistics .
for Month of Dec.
Ohla Feb. n;. lir. C. X.
Leolo;usi and professor of
colosy at the Piiiversity of
has been selected to speak
(or Oklahoma at the session of the
Southern Commercial congress to be
held in Ailanta (Ja. during; the second
week in March : I'rof Gould will take-
as his subject- "The Hcl.il ion of the
lincra1 Ti-oe; ecs f Okl..:-u;i:: to Use
Imlusti ii:s of (be Soir.h." 'i"i.e meet-
ing will be attended by President Tali
ex-President Roo-velt the tabinet
members most of (lie southern gover-
nors and a mi'iiber of economists' and
authorities on industrial problems.
That ihe work of the state universily
is beeomi.'ig so widely .recognized and
its instructors are securing jiromi
uence as sjieciaiists in their- lines be-
yond Ihe orders of tin' commonwealth
is a source of ielicilation alike to the
.students and ;r:dnates of the iustitu-
'Jon and the Hi Mens (if Oklahoma.-
Tubercuolis led in di-alh percentage
during the month of December accord-
ing to vital statistics issued by' the
state board of health Willi its Febru-
ary bulletin. The total number of
cases was ninety-one and the deaths
ee. Smallpox makes tho best show-
ing: nineiy-one eases and no deaths.
Diphtheria furnished Mi cases and
30 deaths scarlet fever 215 cases and
11 deal ha typhoid fever 2.")'! cases and
"S deaths and pneumonia S7 cases
and J3 deaths. The total number of
births was 1'.::." and deaths 823. Of
the first named 1101 were males and
11 til females; 2277 white and 48
blacks reported. The death record
shows -lno males and 37U females 750
white and !') blacks.
As lo a rrdnci ion in the percentage
of sickness I lie bulletin says:
"Statistics show that the greatest ad-
vances in medicine in recent years
have been in the discovery of causes
and means of prevention. The day
is fast disappearing when the ailing
man relies on the 'magic power of
dings to restore him to health. Hej
is putting' into prac-.ice the principles
of simple life thereby reducing his
sick days to a minimum."
.Special by United Press.
Washington I). C Feb. Iti
Duck" members of congress
the only persons jyhose official heads
will fall into the executioner's basket
on .March 4 next or soon thereafter.
With the approach of the end of the
session the rumblings portending a
disturbance in the state department
The upheaval Is expected to center
in the diplomatic bureau. Dismissals
demotions and transfers will be the
manifestations it is believed of the
workings of the inner machinery.
The clouds seem to be gathering
thickest about the head of Henry Lane
Wilson of Spokane Wash. ambassa
dor to .Mexico. Wilson was promoted
lo(liis present post from the legation
at Brussels largely through the ef-
forts of his brother who Is well known
as a newspaper owner In Washington
It. is asserted that Mr. Wilson has
been most unfortunate in the effect
his work lias produced upon Secretary
Knox. It is admitted that this posi-
tion has been a trying one owing to
tlie revolutionary and anti-American
disturbances in .Mexico which have
been growing more serious sines last
summer. Yet the fact remains that
his work has been pronounced unsatis
factory. Whether ne will be dis-
missed or merely transferred is a mat-
ter yet undecided; the latter alterna-
tive Is said to be likely.
Since the resignation of Oscar
Straus as ambassador to Turkey tho
department has been searching for his
successor. No ono bus been chosen
as yet and it is now expected that
transfers will be made to fill the va-
cancy. Ambassador Roekhill at St.
Petersburg- is named as the most like-
That two and possibly three of (he
posts in South America will have new
incumbents this spring Is considered
certain. Little is known however of
the changes contemplated' in the Latin-
Consideration of Ihe candidates for
the various posts to be affected by ihe
shake-up has been deliberately defer-
red by President Ta ft and Secretary
Knox. For one reason they wished
to devote their time during the ses-
sion or congress to other more press-
ing matters such as the proposed reci-
procity agreement with Canada and
the potash dispute with Germany. An-
other reason for the delay hardly less
potent is that after congress adjourns
the president may appoint without
thought of the senate. That body will
probably not meet until December
next and thus his appointees may hold
office in the diplomatic service for
nearly a year before the senate need
be asked to confirm them. Once in
it is Relieved almost any appoiutee
will be confirmed.
Outhrle Oklu. Feb. l.-From play-
ilU "Paid in Full" on I lie btage Fiank
A. Gordon was taken to the federal
court to demonstrate that in real life
too the way of the transgressor is
hard. Giving way. to discouragement
and poverty he did as Joe the Social-
ist did in the Walters' play took what
appeared to be easy money. Now he
faces a" term in prison.
Gordon manager of a theatrical
troupe was found guilty by a Jury on
a charge of forging a signature on a
money order. Sentence will probably
be passed the last of the week.
On November 17 last Gordon cash-!
ed a money Order at the Anadarko
post ollice and on the 21st he was
arrested at llobart. When he was
started to jail he borrowed five cents
fioni one of the girls of his company
and five cents from a deputy marshal
to buy a sack of tobacco. The $10 se-
cured from the money order was paid
back by One of the girls
The money order was sent by J. I.
Gordon Aberdeen S. D. to his moth-
er Frances A. Gordon and a new
clerk at the Anadarko office delivered
the letter to ihe actor. Post Office
Inspector Stpckmeyev soon found the
mistake and arrested the actor in
the 'trial here Miss Frances Al. Uliu
gave testimony as to the "broke" con-
dition of Gordon. : The 'show went to
the bad In Anadarko and Gordon was
out everything. He had not enough
money lo get to llobart. .Miss Ulrn
was subjected to a rigorous examina-
tion here and there wag partly an ef-
fort to fasten an offense on her be-
cause she helped Gordon out. Another
actress Aliss Elsie AI. Leverich was
brought here from Shawnee as a wit-
ness. Gordon is a bright man and is said
to be a fair actor. .
OF THE TOWN
General Clean Up
Started in Seattle
Seal tie Wash. Feb. 16. It was an-
nounced that a grand jury would be
called at once to investigate the ad-
ministration of the police department
under Chief Charles Wappenstein. A
detective has been gathering evidence
for three moirUis. '
Wappenstein who had previously
been removed from ollice as chief of
detectives in .'Cincinnati and Seattle
resigned as chief of police here Satur-
day to escape removal. He is reputed
to do weaitny. i ne detective after a
survey of the' vice district of Seattle
several months ago gave it as his
opinion that the 'police rake-off was
probably $;i000fM a year. Tho members
of the so-called vice syndicate will not
be permitted to leave town. The clean.
Ing up of the city was begun last night.
Many gamblers and disreputable char-
acters have fled to Vancouver and San
Francisco following raids.
Brcke Collar E'ere
W. T. Shannon jeceived word yi.
terday from his icii Beolt who is in-
tending ihe A. Al. college al S:''
water that he had broken his collar
besw playing basket ball but was get-
ting along nicely.
Rebckahs Will Meet.
The Kebekahs will hold their regular
meeting tonight in the A. O. U. V.
hall. A full atteudar.ee Is desired as
theic Is considerable business to come
before the lodge its well as initiation.
Attorney Gilmer Leaves.
The law linn of O'Neill & Gilmer
have dissolved partnership and Ira T.
Gilmer the junior member of the firm
will return to .Mississippi his native
state to resume the practice of law.
He left this afternoon for Graham
Texas where he will make a short
visit before going to -Mississippi. Air.
Gilmer wishes to thank the people of
Chickasha for courtesies and favors
shown him. He leaves many warm
friends in this city.
Bob a Full-Fledged Colonel.
it's "Colonel" Bob Richards- now.
Hob's claim to the title has been recog-
nized In the district court and anybody
who declines to recognize it will be in
contempt of court. Bob had just step-
ped out of the jury box at the court
house this morning after Attorney
John McCaila had said "We Will 'ex-
cuse Col. Richards." A moment later
Col. Richards remarked: "It's a good
thing he called me colonel I'd have
smashed his face if he hadn't." Albert
Thompson bears testimony to the
truthfulness of this stofy. :
Adarmoti Will Referee Match ' ' '
Chas. Delivuk the wrestler received
a telegram today from Ed Adamson
the Chicago man accepting an invita-
tion to referee the mutch of the Wich.
ita grappler with the "Unknown" heft-
Friday evening. The bout will be pull-
ed off at Convention hall. The "Un-
known" is said to have thrown Chief
Montour once in 12 minutes.
Negro Woman in Jail.
Bertha AlcCoin a negro woman was
arrested last night by lounty oTIcer.
on complaint of a wl ii man who said
she held him up and robbed nim of
$10. She is in jail awaiting trial.
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OUJ BANKJS.A.SArE PLACE
ASK THOSE who have banked with us for years
whether or not they like our business methods. You wish
to cross the ocean in a ship that has ridden through many
storms? Rather than keep your money yourself don't you
want to put your money in a bank that knows nothing but
We pay 4 per cent interest on the money you put in our
bank and compound the interest eVery six months.
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK
ATTACK LIKE TIGERS.
All fire and tornado insurance writ
ten by L. 3. Gray in 'he Freeholder
Insurance company of 'Toneka Kan.
is perfectly good. All of their business
has been turned over to the' Firemen's
Insurance company of Newark N. .1.
one of the strongest companies inthe
United States and I am the ageni
representing them and all of their busi-
ness will be taken care of by me.
J. A. ROSIO Agent.
2td-ltw ' 112 North Third St.
one way to principal points
Correspondingly Low Fares
to' ...... .
Oregon and Washington
. ' . ' via
ROCK ISLAND LINES
March 10 to April 10
See Local Agents or write for full informati
. .gV fi i' i
V ';'t Ht
' y v.'V '
In fiRhtine- to keen the blood nttte
the white corpuscles attack disease
germs like tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the little fighters are
overcome. Then see pimples boils
eczema salt-rheum and sores multiply
and strength and appetite fail. This
condition demands Electric Hitters to
regulate stomach.' liver am 1-Mnnva
customers that he has made special I nnj 1 .....
They are the best blood purifier"
SATURDAY THE CANNER DAY.
-Mr. Prusnnsky of the Banner store
is ip Chickasha this week and wishes
to announce to his many friends and
prices on all merchandise in order to
make Saturday the BANNER day of
February 3 J - li c
Miss Willie Haze will go to Oklaho-
ma C:ty. Saturday to. see "Ben ifur"
Writes C. T Budahn of Tracy Calif.
':! have ever found." They make rich
red blood strong nerves and build np
your health. Try them. 5()c at Drown
& Co.'a. d&w
CHEER UP THERE IS
A PLACE FOR YOU
"How ridiculous the doctor's wife !s!
She Is always fussing with her llttl
flower pots and talking about botany
whil bless my soul I hare more flow-
erg in my hat than she has In her
whole conserfatory." Fllegende Blatter
; Eight oxen and about a do7n pigs
were roasted whole at open fireplaces
in the main streets of Stratford-on-Avon
on a recent Wednesday for the
statute fair which has been held
since Elizabethan times.
W. E. BENNETT Local Acent
H. M. BROWN D. P. A
Cab'dnd Ba'age Co.
PHONE 994 -
CALLS ANSWERED NIGHT AND DAY.
Cn' Shirk Responsibility.
Men cay ttiey are not responsible
for the actions of their brethren but
they are so far ss" their example has
txen cont.ributary to the misfortune
tr downfall of their brethren. Jean
goes all the day."
n -3 n n r
ui m km ii. ...
And Every I!
- i ! ihu l.-ai inr r l'
and evenly tl ro.vh'.ji:
:;blfuilv ;i!'uti::!tij; am
l;' -v" r. C' ! IM!
h Baked Gwi
i-tftG. the !Uin'- f;f:'tcr
Us it np tc airy light ne::
Puri'y end Economy
i.'.v: lituiU-Cu'v.:i:ct tilt? SluiiiLu-! in
' t i'u-:s. "
-.y UiitJ r.ii
A in"r. y heart
Sigh and jou rake in nothing
Work and the prize is won
For the netvy man
With a backbone can .
By rolhiug ie outdone."' COCH1-
PAN. A man ( real good sal'vsman) the
other day said: ' Vy- quit times seem
('nil. nit-ncy is Sraicc invest incuts
seem (it of sifh1 evcrj t'ody seems
Hi bf up aj.aius i; so am I."'
Now friends I'n.y. ( you who have
j passed tho fw n-y tive mark know
I that st.-ni.'w her in every man's life he
j iimsi "g( I. up aga-inst It." the fellow
jlhut doesn't r. isn't lived yet and the
jmoih.T of hill has long since passed
iover the rivi r. Hi me of you escape
j it for a long time .mme of 11s get It
early bu' it conies 10 us all finally
don't yo'i th;nk so? .'
But that's nothing let's smile for
' ' - iovi i ne niuu worm wniic is j
the man with a smile" even If things
do go dead wrong.
We have been observing weather
(or.ditioris for many years here we
have seen seasons like this oue wc
h.iw following it. wonderful crops we
will hie It this time too; don't worry
jiisi S.Mll.K it's no trial It's worth
while it's a profit.
"KICK and there's trouble brewing
"WHISTLE and liTe ik gay
And tli" world's in tune like a day
.11 June and the clouds all roll away."
we are 111 it tor tartn loans money
Is rcadyvwe Iay you the day we get
cur absiiftct correct; we make ab-
stracts too in fact we can do any-
thing. Come In and see us smile t
(-.ill do you good and do 11s gooiler.
COCHRAN ABSTRACT CO.
" . ' " lr0Ts.
I was talking with an u?ed but Yr-ry
Jjrogresslve farmer not long ago and
remarked that the course of lmpro?e-
inent in farm methods seemed slow.
"BIpss you my boy" he enswered
"when I startpfl in we only ra!ed nine
bushels of wheat to the acre Jn my
state and now we raise thirteen. I
think I've done pretty well." It seemn
to me that that Is not a bad way to
look at it. If every one does his part
progress Is certain If it does seem
slow A. M. R.
Ed Evans Announces v
for Alderman $p
Ed Evans wants to be renominated
by tho voters of tho Third ward for
Hiderninn and today he makes bis mi-
l'ouncement for 'the olliee. lie nas
served the people of his ward fur two
years and has been dill.nent and faith-
ful in the performance of his duties.
"I have no promise. to make to any
one except that I will continue to
work for the beet interests of the peo-
ple as I have In the past" s;iid Mr.
Kvans. "I shall do my duty ns I see
it. and will try to give everybody a
Mr. Evans is one of the pioneer ci: I-
zens of the town and e verybody k!iowl(
bun. He is an active doino'-rat and a
citizen who enjoys the highest respect
11ml confidence of a host of friends;
Itcv and Mrs. M. S. MeM.f-rsel of
I. :u kawana N X. who have been vis-
IliiiR at the home of C. Kehloiterbci 1;
left this morning for Vnrlon Kan.
Look Who's Coming
President Tuft may not mis visit-
ing your cily on hi. coining (our of
the country but (ieorge V Attebeiy
the proininnit th"iilriral manager will
visit the city presenting i'is well
known romantic wewrrn drama. Tho
Poss of "7" It inch at ihe H'nr that(r
on .Saturday .February is one nih1
only. Besides having added ui! new
costumes features scenery me banl-
cal rlTec's th'y will lueseitt a llt of
hiitli la.-s ; siifclaltie.n between Hie
ai ts and th-Ir real ;wboy band will
make their ntucl and r-.!i-1 it- street
parade at noon juid slv'' thelrurand
musical coiiiert In front of the the.ater
at tiii-ht. Secure your seats early and
avoid :h" ni.-di at the door v'.". and
FARM FOR RENT..
1 have a loo acre lat in 4' miles
from Chickasha to n n: for cash rent.
See me at my olliee ever Oklahoma
Si;ite bank in next few days. B. B.
Suffragists Make Jelly.
At the pure 'food tdiow in New
fork recently the suffragists had a
booth where they showed work of
their own bands. Preserved peaches
for Instance were made by the woman
lawyer. Harriet Johnston Wood. Jel-
lies and all sorts of preserves besides
homemade bread and cakes were
shown ss the product of thu Industry
of women who want to vote ma well
as keep house and bt lawyers auj doo
t:?- - -
The netulnsc of Children Is frequently
followed by poor health for the
ninthtt". This supreme crisis of life
finding her phytdcal system unpre-
pared for the demands of nature
loaves her -with weskonod resistive
powers and sometimes chronic su-
mmits. This can be avoided if
tvioiurr s jiicna is usn ncioro mo coming or oauy ana the hcnlthy woman run
remain a healthy mother. It is th only remedy that -perfoctly and thoroughly
prepares tho system lor healthy motherhood and brings about s natural n1
:aay consnnun.itiun of tho term. Women who uno Mother's friend re alwayt
vwn'l much mirTflriinj when the littto one arrives and recover wore quickly a1
"iVlth no ill effects or chronic troubles. Every expectant mother should aafcgtirl
p.or jieair.lt by ti.Mnir Mother"s Triend
thus preparing her physical condition
for the hour of mothorhoort. Thin
medicine is for s.de ar. drug storon.
Write for free book for expectant
BEADf 1ZVD KECULATOIt CO.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1911, newspaper, February 16, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732215/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.