Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911 Page: 2 of 6
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PA Gil TWO.
HA DAILY EXPRESS CHIOKASHA. OKLAHOMA
WE ASK YOU
To examine our statement of condition. People who entrust !
their money to a Lank should
Analyzed Statement of Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Business January 7 1911
Loans and Discounts
know something of its finan- y 'OVl f' Al AL
CIIICKASIIA DAILY W f A tIApff ft
fhen Will Chiekasha People Learn
the Importance of It?
Uadinche is only a simple thing at
This is the amount of mow y we cave luaiti il out on. interest
ami j!isi ns of nines bonds and mart y.-t jt;-s.
Stocks and Warrants
Tin's i he amount ct money we have inv-t-.-rl in tttU;
county :ate a&J district wat rants aio aho cairiid on our
books at. par value.
Thin is the total amount our cu.oni-ra have checked out
above the amount standing to their credit. We dislike an
oerdraf' af-ount and in ordinary business transact iocs do
not. permit them.
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . . . .
This is the amount of money we have iriveT-d in 1'nlted
States bonds to secure the bank notes of thin bank which
are in circulation for like amount
U. S. Bonds on hand
Thfs is the amount of money we have lav tei in 1'nlted
States bond to secure Vnited States deposit which we
have at this lime amounting to $lui.to.OO.
Cash with U. S. Treasurer
This is the amount of money we have on deposit with the
I'niti-d States Treasurer to redeem our mutilated bank
notes when forwarded to the United States Treasury for
Cash on Hand
This Is the amount we have in actual ca.-h in our vaults
ami pate .
Cash with Banks 386416.93
This is the amount we have deposited with banks in New
York Chicago. St. Louis and Kama City. This plus the
amount of actual cash on hand is the amount of our avail-
514887.56 Hut when you know
Total Assets $1230825.27
Capital Stock fully paid... .' $ 200000.00
This is divided in'o two thousand shares of $100.00 each
and is fully paid by the stockholders of this bank.
This represents that portion of earnipgs or profits from
the business w!ii ii has been set out as additional working
capita! and security to our patrons.
Undivided Profits (ne) '
This is; the amount of net profits we have on hand after
paying all our running expenses to date.
This is the national bank notes o this bank consisting of
fivt ten twenty fifty and one hundred dollar bills now in
Individual Deposits 570741.82
This 13 the amount our customers have deposited with us
SutjVtl to check.
Bank Deposits 283294.75
This is the amount twenty banks located in Oklahoma have
deposited with this bank.
United States Deposits 1000.00
This is the amount the United States has deposited with
113 707-24 1 iu "'i-ious Kinney irounics toitow;
i hat diabetes Iliislu's disease may
th -j fatal end
(You will gladly profit by 'the follow-
Tis the statement ol a. Chiekasha
Mrs. M. M. Thomas 1102 Pennsyl-
uia avenue Chicknslia Okla. says:
know from personal experience that
all's Kidney fills are a valuable
Iney remedy mid I therefore have
hesitation in recotn mill dins them.
if many years I was a sufferer from
Iney complaint and there .was a
ustant dull ache across the small of
back thai was made more severe
any stooping or hard work. The
fluey Secretions were also unnatural
1 I had symptoms of dropsy my
t and ankles swelling at night. He
ir advised to give Uoan g Kidney
!1h il trial I procured a supply at
Owl drug store. I shall never i'or-
i) this action as Dunn a Kidney
Is did me a great deal of good
irn i tie lust and after I had taken
contents of four boxes I was
or Bale by all dealers. Trice 50
tits. . Fosfer-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
kv York Hole agents for the United
member the name Dottn's and
no other. 2td-ltw
FEATURE .OFNEW fc
Jan. 2C The plan
.tc oiTite oil the
primary ticket U proposed and more
S st i iii gent penalties for the exci.-siv?
j ve of money provided la a bill u.eud.
atory of the primary election law in-! J
ACTIVITY ON MANY
PROPOSED 1 trHl'lu't't' k.V Senators A. F. Yandevm-
j ter of liartlesville and E. L. .Mitchell
NEW LINES MOVEMENT TO RE- j of Cheyenne.
j i ue rotation is to be brouirlu abait
j by dividing the state into districts
and placing each candidate fir.-1 in the
PEAL ARTICLE 9 SECTION 9.
ll'l( t Guthrie
rf:Ta fif i f.Ttru('1 flraurt no turn
E R eeks ago in St. Louis with the De-under''eIopi!H-m
corixjraiion of Philadelphia
sort Lor the construction of a line of rail-
liotf .oa(j fr3n! Ardmore west to Lawton a
jume uumuer ot counties so as to
Okla. Jan. "SC-In the in- e!i"lilla'' advantage enjoyed in the
last campaign by the ftrrf man on the
Tl;e same limitations are placed on
expenditure by candidf.tes in the
primary as under the present law and
it is provided that any candidate who
exceeds the limit and any person who
spends money on behalf of a candi-
date when not officially designed to
act for him may be punished by a fine
of fled to $.'ooo and imprisonment
"tiutanoe of J5o miles E. R. Sutton
Rov j'eI'1't's'1"tnS toe Philadelphia com-
UH)n lany has been in Lawton Ardmore
prapemd other cities along the proosed
une ile during the tast week.
Total Liabilities $1230825.27
The above statement is correct.
T. T. JOHNSON Cashier.
jt YOU ARE LOYAL TO CHICKA-
YOU WILL PATRONIZE THE
The i'Ou-ifi0m MX m"ths to two years. The
utiled ' ' ' : expenditures is punishable by fine ot
west vhkh A- I'M Howe of Philadel- j to Ufiw and miirisonmeDt for
and tlia president tn condition that j from three mouthy to one year. Tlie
(ill:lrrdmore Dutuan and Lawton meet
the mne t"Jus conditions. The road will
west qost about f 25t0 according to Rol
uoi-Unjtobertson of Lawton who made the
townspnfact 1n St. l-ouh with the Phila-
(a) wc'l)u'a concern. At Lawton it con-
111 my pimples gone
hells How a Blotchy Skin Wai
Cleansed By a Simple Wash.
THE OWL DRUG
STORE ON FIRE
BRING YOUR CLEAN RAGS TO THE
DAILY EXPRESS PRESS ROOM.
Will Pay Spot Cash for Them
Tt was after the football game. Amid
the pfaudits of 50.001 enthusiastic
epectatOiS the fui! ijacl; of the vie-
torlott team had been carried from
the field on the shoulders of his joy-
crazed cohorts. He was the hero of
the hour. By bis unaided efforts de-
feat had been turned into glorious vic-
tory within one minute of the call
He was !n the hands of his rubbers
when his chum entered the dressing
room. "I had the ple&sure of sitting
riext to vour best girl during the
game" e?.id hi3 chum.
"Did she enthuse oer by my play-
Jng?" asred the star full back with
trat beautiful modesty bo character-
istic of the modern gridiron gladiator.
"Well er " replied the chum not
without a certain hesitancy "when
you made your 45 yard run for the j
last touchdown and the flags were !
flying and we were all yelling our- I
seivtB into a state of idiocy and ev-
erybody felt sure of your place on the j
AU-American team she turned to me j
"Hasn't he beautiful hair?" i
His Views of Her Soup.
A West Philadelphia woman heard
a knock at her door early today and cn
opening the door she found a dusty
and unkempt tramp on the doorstep.
"Will you please give me somethin'
to etu?" asked the member of the
army of the unemployed.
The woman who is kind-hearted
consented and a moment later passed
out a bowl of soup. The tramp com-
menced to eat ravenously and when
the woman stepped to the door a few
moments later the soup was gone.
'.'How was it?" she said beaming
on him in the attitude of one who is
conscious of having done a good deed
and who furthermore expects to be
praised for said good deed.
"It was all right what there was
it" said the knight of the road.
"And wasn't there enough ot il
Inquired the woman la an anxid
"O yes" said his trampship "th
was enough of it such aa it waa.l
Philadelphia Times. I
"When a girl starts rising above her
position there is no stopping her.
Talk of ambitious men! Why they
don't dream of the pinnacles to which
ambitious women aspireT" "The Fa!)
of a Saint" i y Erie Clement Scott.
Advertising That Doesn't Count.
It pays to be honest whether y
advertise the fact or Tiot. Flori
Root of Evil. O
There are a thousand hacking 0
the branches of evil to one who Q
striking at the root. Thoreau.
on latiee's wi'h 'ne Frisco at Duncan with
LeR.iy1? Rock Island and at Ardmore with
Sattirdie Frisco and Santa Fe.
.). 191 An amended charter has been is-
of saitlet' by Secretary of State Harrison
said (' tUfl Kansas Oklanoma and Panama
the railroad with $1000000 capital stock
above :ul headquarters at Oklahoma City
Roy Rrf'tHanapolis New York and Boston.
F. iteyhe directors for the ensuing year as
and esst elected are J. J. Winton Richard
a initio - Ruffin F. A. Mosher A. H. Syncox
propert1"" J00" E. Du.Marr. The construc-
cosls. 0t of a line is contemplated south
eight y-rm Beaver near the Kansas state
accruiine. through Oklahoma to Frederick
he s'ear tne river and thence into
Texas with a second line from Elk
City in Beckham county east to Okla-
homa City. The total mileage is about
310 miles with ihe estimated cost of
construction at $30000 per mile.
W. P. Chapman of New York" City
and F. M. Overless of Bartlesville
officials of the pr:posed Bartlesville
Oklahoma and Western visited Paw-
huska and other cities on the pro-
posed line during the past week. The
road was chartered and surveyed in
li07 to build westward from Jopiin
Mo. across Northern Oklahoma
through Bartlesville Pawhuska Pjn-
ca City and Pond Creek to a con-
nection with the Orient.
A car of scrapers and other grading
outfit for work on the Cherryva'e
Oklahoma and Texas were unloaded
during the past week at Kingfisher to
begin work both north and south from
that city. This is the road originally
promoted by Gov. Stubbs of Kansas
and Senator Porter of Caney. to build
southeast to Siloam Springs Ark. and
southwest O Geary Okla. from Caney
Kan. Much of the grade is completed
on the Siloam Springs line.
Eugene Tilleux chief engineer of
the proposed Buffalo and Northern re-
cently chartered is seeking a Frisco
connection for the road which is to be
built west front Buffalo in Harper
county across old "No Man's Land."
and east from .Buffalo to a Frisco con-
nection either at Enid or Avard. Til-
leux and other officials of the company
met with the Enid Chamber of Coin-
merce this week and made a porposi-
. lion tn fhnih? thj lina intr thni riiv
etc ociai meetings nave neen nem at
2 Alva reeentlv in efforts to scnre tht
""....i Winnipeg and Gulf road chartered to
build souih from Salina Kan. through
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ Western Oklahoma to Oklahoma Citv.
and northward In Omaha and Kansas
The great good that is being done
here In Chiekasha and ' vicinity has
caused a flame of conviction to sweep
over many homes and scores of peo-
j pie are going to the Owl drug store
I to get some of the health-creating
ltcot Juice that has caused so much
talk throughout the state during the
past few months. The necessity of
proving the merits o' t'.ie great reme-
dy has almost ceased as most of the
people are convinced because tthey
know of some neighbor or friend who
is rapidly improving under the juice
treatment. Homer L. Barlow said:
"My little boy and self have been us-
ing the juice alxiut a week and it is
doing us both worlds of good. My boy
was in a very bad fix before taking
the remedy. lie had used a great
deal of medicine before taking the
juice without any benefit but the juice
seemed to take a held :f his case at
the very start and imp.ovement has
been very rapid. Iiis stomach and
kidneys were in an awful condition be
fore taking the great reniedy. My
use of anything of value is to be class-
ed as the expenditure of money and
included with it in the reports.
An interesting feature prujiosed by
this bill is the publication by the state
election board in book form of data
of all candidates who are running in
two or mare counties. They are allow
ed one page each in the book and not
more than four. The expense of the
publication is to be. pro rated among
Ihe candidates. Tile data for the pub-
lication is to be filed by candidate's at
the same time as their application for
a place on the ballot. The time f ir
filing those applications Is set at Co
days prior to the primary instead of
40 days as nw.
We have had cloudy wea'her for
more than a week but have had but a
very little rain. Farmers are plowing
and still find moisture and we -think
we can raise a crop here rain or no
There is still some sickness in the
neighborhood but think that most ail
The Baptists will hold an associa
tion here beginning Thursday evening
and will hold over Sunday. Rev. G.
W. Sherman of Chiekasha will bo here
also several other preachers. .
Mrs. Clark has returned home from
Texas where she had been on a visit.
V. S. Copeland of Plymouth 111.
stopped here and visited with T. M.
Kelly on his road home from San
Antonio and Corpus Christi Texas.
We have had the county convicts
working on the road in eur township
for some time. Our new township
board is now installed into office and
as they are all good republicans we
ran hope and expect to have our taxes
tri'mmid dnvn to a revenue basis.
Statement of the condition of
The Oklahoma State Bank
At Chiekasha in the State of Oklahoma at the
close of bu.sine-s.-5 January 7 1911.
Loans and discounts - $210200.50
Overdrafts secured and unsecured - :'J
Stocks and warrants - - - S2 111.(0
Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures - 311.02
Rills of Exchange on cotton $ -loM.22
Cash and sight exchange
Capital stock paid in
State of Oklahoma County of Grady ss.
I J. P. Whatley Cashier of the above named Bank
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief so help me God.
J. P. WHATLEY Cashier.
This Bank trill be pleased to receive ac-
counts and offers the very best services.
RAILROAD TIKE CARDS.
9:15 a. m.
2:65 p. m.
. 12:5 p. m.
. 7:S5 p. m.
No. 8 east bound
No. 10 east bound.
No. 9 weLt bound
No. 7 west bound
6:00 p. m 7:00 a. m.
7:30 n in. 10: 45 a. in.
6:00 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
2:55 a. ffi 3.05 a. m
2:45 p. m. 3:10 p. m.
35 10:50 p. m
11 12:40 a. hi 12:5 a. m
No. 731 9:40 a. m
No. 23 1:20 p. m 1:45 p.m.
No. 59 4:30 p. ni.
El Reno Chiekasha & Manpjum Rock
No. 734 10:40 a. m 1C:55 a. m
No. i2 7:30 p. m S:00 p. m
No. 731 9:40 a m 9X5 a. n
No. 733 3:00 p. m 3:15 p. ra.
Pauls Valley Branch.
1:20 p. u. 9:45 a. m.
B:20 p. m 2:05 p. m
Big line of wool
all kinds of
50c and 65c
Not a Mean Man.
"Why do you argue with your wife?
Don't yn know it doesn't do you a bit
of good?" "Sure I do. But 1 ain't got
.mich a mean deposition as to deprive
her of the pleasure."
Deepest In Man.
Who speaks to the Instincts speaks
to the deepest in man and finds tha
readiest response. A. Bronaon Aloutl
Strength In Union.
Ten men united can do much mora
than ten thousand individuals. Lady
A married woman might he referred
to as a pt ach but she has to be di-
vorced before the becomes a peach o
We Give Away f
Absolutely Free of Cost :. j
Tie Pc-M!'t C mmcii Sense Mcdieal Adviser in Plain i y
f'.ng1i!h or M cine Mrr.plit.cd by K. v. fierce ai. u.
Chief xmu' in '. Physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur-
rfTral I intitule ie Uuiialc a book ol H)H large patfes and
over 700 uiu .ratio::; in strong papei" covers to any one sending 21. one-cent
f.lmnps to cover cost of mailing only or in French Cloth binding for 31 ttnp.
Over 6H0'JJ topics of this complete Fmiiy Doctor Book were sold in cloth
l inuiiig at reu'.ir price ol $1.50 Afterwards one and a hall million copies
were given away as above. A new up-to-date revised edition is now ready
lor mailing. Hotter send NOW before all ore gone. Addre&t W'old's Dii-
unsahv Medical Association R. V. Pierce M. U. President liuililo N. V.
1)11. IIIiUCIi'S FAYORITI3 FltrSCJUPTION
Till7- ONE RF.MFDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enoefih
that its makers are not afraid to print on it outside wrapper it
every ingredient. No KecreH No Deceptio .
Tt I F ONE RFMFDY for women which contains no alcohol and
no hHht 'forming drug. Made from native medicinal foreU roo
of well established curative value.
City. Cincinnati capital is behind the
The Midland Valley Railroad com-
j iany -which Is contemplating an exten-
sion this coming summer from Arkan-
?as City Kan. to. Wichita has begun
'onstruction work for the creation ol
s division point at Skiatook. Two nun.
lred men were started to work the
ast week and according to the plans
he improvements Include a water
works plant ' connecting with Bird
reek and industrial track round
louse and freight house.
i- The Chamber of Commerce of I.'iiro
neulth giving properties of the medi- i has prepared a mem in'al to be pre-
cine. We are informed that the dem-i "ented to the legislature now in ges-
onatrations will continue but a few f ?(on. asking that th" repeal of section
da.v8 at this point. The Root Juice is '. ! of article 9 of the state constitution
o!d for one dollar a bottle or three j be acain submitted to a vote of the
bottles for two dollars and a half. I people. This Is the section that pre-
ven's the construction of a railroad
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. under state laws for sale afterward to
one of the interstate lines. The Ufgo
All outstanding accounts against the ppu. have under consideration the
estate of Richard Jamea Sea rl en I construction of ft line from Hugo to
should be presented within the next either At ka or MeAlester and this
gs are f m-Bk
iteed (tmm m
j u.i -1.: -A fe-
Ef I 1 J B
EALTH CLUB is fruaranteed
pure in the baking as well as
pure in the can.
It pays to be careful on this point.
Baking powder itself can be guar-
anteed pure but in the chemical
changes during the process of baking
it i3 apt to leave harmful substances
in the biscuits pastry or cake.
Health Club has proved by tests to
have tlie largest leavening force. Yet it
leaves the smallest amount of residue
which is perfectly harmless.
Health Club is economical too. Be-
cause of its great strength you need only
use half ns much as you do of other
brands. One he aping' teaspoonful to a
quart of flour. 'Wc could charge more
for Health Club and get it but one cent
an ounce is the right price. It's extrava-
gance to pay more.
Health Club Creaai Cake
3 CiifM of Sill Mi Pastry Hour 1 Tcsrtpr-on of VsniiH
I 1-4 Cup o filler W hi'M (. -1 jit J
3-4 Cupof hotit-r 1 l-t I iM.wni"TL.1!-!i
tifft (!-nir. M-t I t-i-tilnjr pei?4. r. nr. ! ;
(.ti.-r n n.'ir. I tn ii li i.r U...1 mi. it.
lum Uiub.t: li.liM lnria.
itnr f'ow-c r
ten tltva tn ttio llrifl)'ti'nai onI If I
red will bp promptly liquidated.
RICH API.) KCAItliKTT JR.
section stands in the way of the
project as th. promoters desire to sell
'he proposed road after constructed
to fit her the Sati'a. Fe or Kitty systems.
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l ltfil Vi't.HHH" I I.- (f
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10c 15c 25c
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911, newspaper, January 26, 1911; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732795/m1/2/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.