Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 188, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1913 Page: 2 of 6
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At tl. Lb -of n.Kir.a Jure 4. ID13
Lcn::3 ssi Dlrccar.ta - - 5CW.571.C0
Uocm and Warrants - - - ' 74.204.0U
Overdrafts - - ruGfi.25
Premium en florid a . : ir.75.53
' United States Uonds to secure cuvrJation 2dO"to0.iW
U. S. Bonos on hand . $ lO.fUKXO'i
Cash with U. S. Treasurer - 10000.00
Cash in Vault - - 82.906.00
Cash with Bank.3 . 127.174 f.7 9?nngftfi7
Capita! .... $200000.00
Surplus .... 60000.00
Undivided Profits net - - . 10.135.96
Dividends unpaid - - . 23.00
Circulation - - . . 200C00.)0
. Individual . $5M.f'f-i.7i
Depcdts Jhnks 86.4C3.60
United States l.OoO.ljo 651.533.31
-? . $1121694.27
The above statement is correct.
F. L. SLUSIIER Cashier.
The above figures show the condition of this Bank.
We invite accounts of ail desiring safe conservative
and liberal banking connections. No excessive loans.
No borrowed money.
.1 ere a
The Road to Better Cooking is
(k a A mm in. S a - ' I
nuiicibiia if lour
A Guaranteed Product of
of this Mill.
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And the Electric Fan is just
as useful in the home
as in the office.
4 cents runs a fan for 10 hours.
Giilckaaha tipi Heat & Power Go.
i'iione 100. 317 Chiekasha Ave.
i - -- c-? ci r-.Tr sr. a
nar.o if cr niu" bo s'r;r..-3 a? r.n
c-viur.n;G pf risd Jiub i; srsirea th'
ta'-e cf (i rii.-r wiii fee .cbij -
fr.-.ra pui.i.-Si..-.n. Fj I
"Ii in u mark.-ilil..- fact" observe)
.1. II. Ahcrcro;n!ii' !h;it pddio of otir J
most u!s!aitti'tl iiniirovcmiMits in
C'liickabh h.iw ii..n uuiU- (-irins tho .
yrars of tiif )irfnt Cn.itn iiil d-MfS-'
i(m. liui'hiii ivk- xmi !o ywir soiih-
()f tin? hl'St :ifilti III tiiH
ciiy li ive l..--ii M-f-:-d. in. lmlaig t!i- '
two rail'.vay Maunns and ilnrisix u
t!i' tiiu! tljc tow n lia.s srraihnlly Veil !
noing fiil-iviirrl. Y.-yy f.w towns ill!
the B'atp aii ghow !)orn f-)i!!:jlan!ial
ironrfC8 than C'liii-kasha durins thi
pr-riod. It is also a fact worthy of i
att'-iiiioii that we haw fmv-r varaiir
rchid-tic.? in t.iiMi Juiti v. ha vp lm-
cr Vfjiris. II i.s s.itno?t : U!)nf b;b!f tu I
find a jifiod vacatit inmiio."
In a r.-'ictil uiaazino the h i . f or!
i'tli. " (if ('(i!i!Pii::;3 Ohio is licSd III)
to si:t au-niratton o! tne AmiTican iu-o
iile as a lnodi'l official. !h. an?.? of l.is
auccfKsful n.anai incut of the gam-
tlins and whisKy iriiiiiual.s of liis r-ity.
In an int.'ivinv lif discdaainis any orig-
inal m.-ihods Imt idarit.-i himself
Hfj uiir ly tion the jiropos.ticm that it
is the duty of an oliim-i- to reject hit:
on th and nforcp the law and that if
he finds himself un:ii)e for any reason
to niiiiohl and tnldi-.-e itie law 'h;it
ooinmoii (ier.-in y and torn n win honcM.v
deniand.s of him that h resign and
let iht peoile have a man in h's lilace
wiio has the manhood ami tii lutein-
genre and detertiiitiatio'i to diHcharge
his duty. In this jiositioii this officer
Is undeniahly correct for there in no
more eontemptiblp s)eciea of dishon-
'' than for a man to ask and ac-
cept office at the hands of the people
and then swear to discharge he duties
of the position and accept the people's
money for discharging the duties 01
the office and then because of didion
enty .graft from criminals and law-
breakers evade and neglect to perform
his trust. Such a man Is unworthy of
any pupport or recognition from re
sppctabie people. He Is a moral cow-
ard and pariah and deserves only the
onteir.pt of decent people. The peo-
ple only need jo know of evil condi-
tions and they are always ready to aUl
n the Correction 0f abuses and rones.
The only trouhlp is that the unscrup
ulous ami faithless olfirc-hold'-r is nl-J
ways ready by falsehood or any other I
artifice av;iilaM. to defend himself!
and impose upon those be has betray-
ed by making if possible a pieasihle
excuse for his delinquencies. lint as
said by Mr. Lincoln "You can't fool
all the people all the time." Sooner
or later the faithless official the graft-
fr on the public the despoiler of boys
and younc men do which class the
faithless official In-long will come
to grief and his sins and also his !
neighbors will find him oit. Citizen. I
'iio i'U CO krep -oh?" lem-
porary ileiiri is or thing but a iast-
it. 2 nine u ai!i.r-f!h(r d-fferent. Ther
in iiothiitg tciiiporary al.rut the work
of I loan's; Ki.liicv JMlls as (he follow-
ing Chi kasha r-idence proves li.-yoml
n. doubt. -
A. M. iniiir.g- ::ji. Mich'gan avr-mie.
( n! ::i.-:a Okla. tays: ''I have been
troubled for a long time by symptoms
of kidney trouble and lin'il I used
) Xiao's Kidney Pills nothing reached
my case. What hot In' red me the mosi
was retention of the kidney secretions.
The desire to pass the kidney secre-
tions was too frequent but the pas-
sages were scanty and scalding. 1 at-
tributed the trouble to tile drinking
water. I saw Moan's Kidney Pilla ad-
vertised and procured a box. They
cored me nm.-kly- and the cure has
been pormam-M. I gladly confirm my
For Bale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster Milmrra Co. Buffalo
Ke-w York sole agents for the United
R.nmember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement.
Is drunk by more
It is a Iiealth-giving thirst-
quenching drink made
of pure malt and
''' ...(. n". N
President is Puz-
zled by Report
(Continued from Tagu Ort. J
assertion that no suggestions what-
ever Involving mediation or the resig-
nation of Huerta will be acceptable
and say that the be.; that l.Iud can
hope for in tins respect is to be ig-
nored. However the atiti-lluerta ele-
ment which is not prominently in evi-
dence in the capital is skept'cnl re-
garding the firm stand taken by the
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Now York ..
l-'itt.sburg . -Brooklyn
: '- I ' X
Are you preparing for old age? A bank account
is an old man's best friend. This bank will help you
get that friend. Lvt OUR Dank be YOUR Eank.
We pay 4 per cent interest on money deposited incur
bank and con pound the interest every six months.
The Oklahoma National Bank
Carry in Grady
t ContlniKXl from page One.)
No. 4G - .- 7 2:
No. it ;
No. 57 27
llostou . -12
St Louis f.:t
Philadelphia 7 St. Louis 1.
Pittsburg r. N-w York 1.
Chicago 1 Brooklyn .'!.
llostou at I'itlsburg.
Brooklyn at .St. Louis.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
No. tit) l--
No. 4li .
No. r7 .......
Tn in.. No. 1
Return to Missouri
The soft exquisite Thistle bloom Mend found only
in Thistle Enameled Ware gives a rich pottery
cllect.makina it attractive and appealing to those
who appreciate cleanliness in their kitchen.
A very suitable article for a wedding present.
It is original in design and superior in finish to the
majority of Enameled Wares on the market.
You will make no mistake by selecting Thistle
Enameled Ware for your kitchen:
H. T. Hampton Hardware Store
Successor to Geo. C. Calvert.
Telegram y Uniied ?re
St. Loirs Aug. " 'iiir. e fourths of
the insurance firms which quit the
Stale because of unfavorable legisla-
tion agreed to return today when At-
torney C aural Barkir held Ihe objec-
tionable clause ineffective and (lis-
missed suits against the companies.
MISS KATE BARNARD IS
A VERY SICK WOMAN.
Outline Okla. Aug. 7.- Miss Kate
Barnard state commissioner of char-
ities and corrections is at present on
one of the Aliddl. Un.m N. Y.. farm of
I ti.e New Yuk NemuiUiiica! iiistituie
r tr. t.imcnt following a gcucial ner-
vous breakdown suffered by .Miss Bar-
nard the last two years. Recently she
transferred from one farm colony to
another. It is understood that her
condition is critical and that she may j
never return to Oklahoma. I
The Best Pain Killer.
Bncklen's Arnica Sale when applied
to a cut bruise spiain. burn or scald
or other injury or the skin will imme-
diately remove all pain. K. K Cahm-
berlaiii of Clinton Me. bays: "it robs
cuts and other injuries of their ter-
rors. As a healing remedy its equal
dou't txi.st." Will be good for you.
Only L'je at Brown & Co. Adv.
No. lit) 4.1
Tuttle No. 2
No. 4.; 21
Xo. 17 27
No. .17 . "2
No. :5 r:2
No. t;t 3:3
No. 47 C
No. .17 2
No. :S 2
No. (hi 1
No. 4S 43
No. 57 Ml
No. fS 21)
No. tin id
No. 10 1.1
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Clubs Won. Lost.
Cleveland . 111
Washington . .17
Chicago . 14
Boston . ...4S
Detroit . .... 4 4
St. Louis ...42
New York 32
:i Wm. Inman; President r Ed. F. Johns Ca?tiier
W. W. Home Vice-Pres. ' R. E. Maxpy Ass't Cashier
H F. C. Hall. Assistant Cashier f
4 CHICKASHA OKLA.
;l Capital . . $75000-
; Surplus and Profits 45.000
;1 Your Bua'neu Solicited
DiHtSCTOltS: B. P. Smith Win. in nan W. W. Hurns.
:i W. H. Driggers J F. Drivers. J. C. Driars. Ed F. Johns i
51 jQecount ef merchant; corperMlor.t and iortivlduah tolldtcd. Ever? coor- I
tear eiitaded coaiiilejl with coatervttlvc banking
Detroit 2. New York 1.
i wHsmni'ton n. ( hif-tiuo 2.
PhMadeljdiia 7. dev. -hind I.
Boston ( ?t. Louis 1.
! GAMES TODAY.
j Chicago at Waslii !t.oii.
j St. Louis at Boston.
! D.i roil at New York.
I Clovel-im! nt r'-llnde1rlin
When the baby Is Biifferins the dou-
ble 8ffHction of hot neither and
bowel disorders tile remedy needed is
McOea's Baby Llixir. It. re-biees the
feverish condition corrects the stom-
ach and checks looseness of the bow-
els. Priee 21c ai:d 5e per bottle. Sold
by Public drug store and Public drug
v ny dwat rim ill Summer Long
and let them jeopardize the health of your family when for
a pmnll sum you can equip your home with
SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS
We're prepared for a big tra le in acre-rs this sun.mer and
can fit out your hone "n nh.rt notice. A van.-t of regular
s'z-s carried in stoc others obtained with little delay if
Wm. Cameron & Co. Inc.
Phone 152 0 Third and !owa
O dest Lar.est
W ! V a . r- . ss . -- w 1 id nt
Fire Tornado Accident Health
Hail cr Crops. Bonds of All Kinds
CHICKASHA :: OKLAHOMA
i Whorley Creek-
Want Ad brtng results.
Constipation la the starting point
for many serious diseases. To be
healthy keep the bowels active and
regular lierlifne will remove all aae-
eurnulattons in the bowels and put the
system In prime condition. Price 50c
Held by Ow ldrJ3 store and Public
druj clore. AJ-. ' &&v
Tb's is the market that strives to'
hold its patronage through j
i..c-i) h:;;tvii.-r: j
TIB Tell' (:1ILH'Y '
Not just "now and then" but uniform-
The patron of this market is a pleas-'
ed. satisfied one VOL will be the;
same if you will hut try I
llcuee of Good Meats.
of His Opportu-
nities In selecting a oanking con-
nection he requires a safe
bank in which to deposit his
money and valuable sccuri-
A bank from which he can borrow money to
carry on his business enterprises. A bank which
by constant growth shows progrcssiveness and
ability. And remember your deposits are guaran-
teed by the Guaranty Fund of the State of oida.
We Offer Our Services
believing this bank can and does fulfill all these
Accounts opened for a deposit of $1.00 or more.
We pay -1 per cent on time deposits.
i'armers Stale Bank
D. U. Esser Cashier. M. F. Courtney Pres.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. FOURTEEN, No. 188, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 7, 1913, newspaper, August 7, 1913; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732751/m1/2/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.