Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1911 Page: 2 of 6
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CHICKASIIA DAILY EXPRESS CIIICKASHA OKLAHOMA
C i o
MAN WITHOUT A
FLAG IN REAL LIFEi CASES IN
UULLij No.Mi'.Biir.Qiar. IVeoo'S I
The o-'!icer3 and directors of the First National Dank
are required Ly law to invest .safely and account for aecur.
aU ly every dollar of the bank's money. The laws are for
the depositors' security.
But the cash security tliu bank ofu-rs its depositors
amounts to SNiO.OvWJ.OO. That is the amount of loss the
bank would be required to sustain before you as a depositor
could lose a dollar.
Our patrons appreciate not only the security we olTer
bui also the many conveniences and advantages placed at
their disposal by our service.
Chicago Feb. 21. A mar appioach
iin real life to Edward Everett Hale's
i.-tory "A Man Without a Country"
is Die ca-.o of F. Herman Cade for-
mer Norwegian consul here and ex-
; mayor of Lake Forest a suburb. Gade
renounced his American citizens-hip
to return to Norway and enter the
diplomatic service but the Norwegian
! government refused to grant him eit-
i way two ye a i
i Americans are prohibited from acquir-'l
ing citizenship until after a residence!
of two years in Norway. This pro- i
.vision probably is intended to pre-j
J vent fugitives from justice In) hc i
United Statees to escape to Norway!
jand fight extradition en the conien-j
tion of reacquired citizenship. '
The error made ;oy Mr. -Cade in his
application acording to the statement '
of the Norway
he has lived in Nor- j
This is the news con- I
The First National Bank
United Staler Depository
Washington Feb. 24. Two stt-
of original suits brought by the state :
of Oklahoma occupied the attention J
department official! of the supreme court Thvrsday. 1 u ; t-
consisted in his failing to request a ;ol these cases are applications- lor
reply. Thus the department regarded ; writs from the supreme court prohib-
tainetl in an article in t Christiana j the application merely as a "declara-; Iting' the two federal district judges
newspaper received yesterday in Chi-jticn of intention" to become" a Nor- in Oklahoma from interfering with
nagu. j wcgian citizen. ihe enforcement of ttie prohibition
As a result of his predicament Mr. ; Mr. Gade found equally insur- Maws of the state through the issuance
(Jade threatens to start suit against mountable obstacles placed in his way of injunctions restraining the state
the Norwegian department of justice: of entering the foreign office a authorities from enforcing provisions
to test his r'ghts under the consti- j route he hoped would lead him into ; of the law. These two cases were ai-
tution of Norway. Ure diplomatic service and eventual- gued today on behalf of the state by
According to an interview with an 1 ly iand him in the post of Norwegian I Senator Bailey of Texas and
official of the Norway department of : ministers at Washington. j Caldwell state prohibition
justice contained in the article Mr. j After many weeks of weary waiting ' menl offieer of Oklahoma.
one way to principal points
Correspondingly Low Fares
Oregon and Vashington
ROCK ISLAND LINES
March io to April io
See Local Atrents or write for full information.
Gade was refused citizenship on thejand importunities Mr. Cade's friends
basis of an error in the application i Foreign Minister Irgens agreed to
and because if it were granted im- create a clerkship in the office for him
mediately it would be a violation of on condition that he sign a declara-
a treaty with the United States.
By terms of the treaty according
to the interpretation of the Norway
department o fjustice Norwegian-
On the conclusion of the "argument
in these cases the court took up the
application of the state of Oklahoma
for an order forfeiting the charter of
the Santa Fe railway in the state for
tion never to seek to enter cither the
consular or diplomatic service in the ; charging higher freight rates than
future. Mr. Gade refused the prop-jare permitted in the original charter
osition. - I granted by congress o the Southern
'Kansas railway which the Santa
ONLY ROBS THE WMSZ m
Wllim THE CASTs ES El
YOUR MONEY WORKS for you too when it is in our
bank When your money works more for you you will need
to work less. We offer you a secure place to keep your
We pay 4 per cent interest on the money you put in our
bank and compound the interest every six months.
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK.
F e !
MANY TO ATTEND
1 i absorbed. That charter required that
thought that something of an educa- he . Southern Kansas was not t(
t.onal campaign would be -necesFary : charge highcr fleight .ates in lh( ter-
io oring mercnanis io Aasnvnie lor
the purpose o fcrystalizing public sen-
timent in regard to the proposed par-
cels post law.1 It was found however
ritory through which congress grant- !
ed it a right of way than it charged j
in Kansas. The Oklahoma authorities
contend that Santa Fe rates in O!:- :
Nashville Tenn. Feb. 24. With
preparations practically complete
; for the gathering of the great Conven-
tion of Southern Merchants in Nash-
ville Feb. 2H and the three first days
'ef March the executive committee and
the various sub-committees have corhc
to a realization that it is a much
. L . i 1. .1.-1
nal slloiern mercnaniswere aireaoy .homa' ale highr than its rates in
wide awake as to the significance of j Kanfa. This case is still 'being ar-
the thing and that .almost as a unit I gUecI the state being represented by
they opposed the passage of any such j Attorney Ger.cral West.
bill as that now before congress. En-j T1e prohibition cases which Sena- '.
tnuKiasm throughout the entire soutn ; niw n(i itjwn(ll. r-ita-ill sr.
more imnoitant undertaking than
even thev hati cxpecten. V lien tne
-r VV. E. BENNETT Local Aqent
H. M. BHOVVN D. P A
. Oklahoma City
fecial Soap Sale and Eree
Fridiay & Saturday
came without urging and' for some
time past the question before the com-
mittee has been not how to get mer-
chants interested but how to take
care of them when they get here.
The postoffice department of the
United States government realizes
was j ihe importance of the convention and
' ! some days ago made the request that
a representative of the department be j
allowed to address the convention fa-1
voralily to tne- mil now pending lne
request was granted and a represen-
tative of the department one of the
assistant post masters general will
address the convention.
Among the distinguished speakers
wi'l be John Sharpe Williams of Mis-
sissippi former Gov. Benton McMil-
lin of Tennessee and former Secretary
of War Luke E. Wright.
The list of commercial organizations
co-operating with the executive com-
mittee in the interest of the-conven-
gued were being argued before a pa- ;
tial court at the last term of court and j
were set for re-argument before the i
entire court this session which was
done today. i
FEB. 2 1 &
For (lie TWO DAYS ONLY we will sell 10 Bars of Pure White
Castile Soap for 25c. Think of it 50c worlh of Genuine Pure
Castile Soap for 25c every bar of this Soap is guaranteed to
be absolutely Dure. A GREAT SIGHT on Friday afternoon and
Saturday night a sculptor will carve Barthold's Statue of Lib-
erty from a block of castile Soap weighing 300 pounds right go
in plain sight in our west window also constructing the
Brooklyn bridge. Don't miss the sight its a great treat. o
In order to add a greater feature to this attrac- Oo
tion we will sell
Si! EVENING DRESS
Qg Philadelphia Feb. 21. Dr. Scott
0QNcaring professor of sociology and
4. economics at the University of l'enn-
r w is . n
My health is so much improved
that I have decided to continue bus-
iness in Chickasha and beg to thank
the people in Chickasha surround-
ing towns and country for the lib-
eral patronage pfiven me in the oast
and solicit a continuance of the 1
tion includes practically all such or
ganizations of any importance in the j C'P votating to purify
south. Among the recent ones to line treating the seed with a
up are the Chamber of Commerce of j
San Antonio. Tex. and the Business !
j Mens' Association of Owcnsfboro Kj.j
Spokane Wash. Feb. 21. Discov-
ery has been made by S. A. Wright
a fruit grower and truck farmer at
Opportunity Wash. that western to-
mato blight is caused by a form of
bacteria in the soil. His icmedv is
formaldehyde and setting the plants
in non-infected soil after taking them
from the hotbed.
' Mr. Wright has reported his dis-
covery to the experiment station of
the Washington State College at Pull-
man and expects to Interest agricul-
tural colleges and experiment stations
in the northwest in a movement to
stamp out the mysterious disease
whinh has baffled experts for many
years and cost market gardeners in
the Pacific slope country hundreds
of thousands of dollars.
r ancies ana
i" me next
1 0 liars Armour's Laundry Soap II
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m - 0
Jul s tin whhu mm cm
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'Like the so-called 'will' which is
frlvania would turn many evening i literally wiping out the flax imlustrv
gatherings into night dress and pa-: in many parts om Montana and No.
jama parties could he have his way ( Dakota" said Mr. Wright in Spo-
In a lecture at Swarthmore college i kane today "the blight first attacks
before the 'ce-eds' and young men -Dr. ' the rof of the tomato plant. The
Nearing said young women .should at nt of it son become affected and
tend evening functions in night ; is rendered worthless. Each 'year- adds
dresses rather than impoverish their ; to the amount of injurious germs in
providers through the purchase of ! the land and the crop becomes small-
Paris gowns which were practically j er. In tome instances the soil is
worthless after ' being worn once or ; so infected that toinatoen TTH not
twice. I glow and that soon will be the nasi
As the young men were endeavoring i in many parts of the west if the blight
to suppress their merriment the not-! is not checked.
ed teacher of economics turned upon) "The growers must unite if the
' them. j fight on the 'blight is to -be (successful
-'And young men" he said "I w-wkl jus the gerniK are easily spread by ir-
! suggest that instead of wearing even- j rigation ditches wind and farm im-
i ing clothes when attending exclusive plements lo insure healthy 'plants
'social functions that you go attired i every grower should raise his seed
jin pajimas. ! from vigorous bligh't-resistin-i Mo-k
j "Some of you pay as much"' us $0.")jand use only fresh and purified soil
land $100 for suits of clothes which ! in making hoi bed and take care of
Ij'oii may not be able to wear possibly j the plants after they have been set
once a year. jout in the field. The remedy is fo
Mich an extravagance is absolute- j simpie mat every tomato grower
I: unnecessary. Pajamas would be i should join in this campaign again.-t
much better." ! the blight."
New Spring Suits and Men's Furnish
ings arriving daily. Call and inspect our
D. J. TREAT) WELL
Hijlh Grade Goods at Popular Prices
CHEER UPTHERE IS
A PLACE FOR YOU
Cards have been issued to the wed- !
ulary lialdls lack or outdoor e-:
Insutlirieot inHillcatiini of food
ion torpul liver worry and
U'f: the most common chum'S
I.titz of Fldon. Ih. the ceie-j f Ktoiiim h trouul.-s. Correct r
niony to take place March !! at seven jattjts nj take Chamberlain's Sfoia- i
o'clock in the evening at. the homeofjsf ) atid I. h er Tablets and mt will
the brills parents Mr. and Mrs. M.jr.oon lie well attain for Halo by all
C. Conrad 210 Colorado Ave. I ikakTs. tl&wi
i cons; ii1'!
ding of Miss Zula Conrad of this city ) H()xf.tv
and Mr. I.tttz. of Fldon.
' frihal-.'.-wpi e
iiip'i i-!i(i jiMi rai.e in
Work iitid i he prize j.
For i he n i y man
i Wis !i a backbone i an
15' Dothing b oiitdunt
j A nunij (:t real good sulosmuti (he
; 'thfr day saiii: " I've (ljjt -Jiiii t- seem
' t'liii mi in v if. M ane inii'-iittieit'H
' ' eru 0'ti of s.isf evr body seems
j "" be "i' i.;.iiMi u ; so am I.''
; Sfx 1-niU th'i-e of yon win hnve
' pas-iM'lt 111.- tel!y!ive tl;'U'k. I-IHIA
. rtjt soi.iev. to re hi eU.i'S an's lire he
1 must t a:a:n-t It." the leilow
tea' ilo.'Mi't i;;en't lived j t ftti !ir;
no'ler of i!m has Ioih; f itici; passe.)
over t':e .jver. i-'oine of yon escape
it for fi ng time. nou of u: get It
-arlv it i'.!. i ls . iuni
don't yo: think so?
I' i 's ;ll) lie. (of
" even fbiillM
1 ill t'e'if's ho;bii
: '!.: fae( The Mii
j !. mi. 'i w ii h a smil'
! OO go lb';) VV I Oll'.
S'(- h.'IVC bef-n otl.-e V 'illg Wl-llUier
I oi.ditio'is tor many veais here we
! b.'ive n "n siMsona like this one we
;'.MV folio ing it wonderful crops vv f
i will mc j; (his lime too; don't worry
; .1 MUK. it's tm trial U'm woi'h
j h;U I'';': a prolil.
j "K It.'K. jil.il llo ie'ri trouble brew ilig.
! "WIIISTl.t: and life Is gay
j And lite vvorUV in lime lll.e a day
.it .Iun ;ml the clouds all roll away."
We at" In It for farm hvuis. motiev
h t'otid- v.e p.iy you the day we ge
"'ir nbf t on (; we make !)
riitot.-i too In t .i i t v e can do any-
thing Come In jitol i-i". its smile; !t
v. II! do ;.eii koO'I and io iih gooiK-r.
COCMUAX AIISTKACT CO.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 24, 1911, newspaper, February 24, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732326/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.