The Citizen. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, October 22, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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Xho wmlltion njion whiuh Ooil
haMi «ST- liberty to ma*
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. . -CURIIAN.
A Non-partisan Political Newspaper with Purpose and Plan.
CASHION, OKLAHOMA FRIDAY. OCTOBEK 22 UK)9-
Business Is Good
Because everyone has learned that
our Clothes are of the right sort and
are sold at reasonable prices.
We are dress'ng the town and
neighborhood and dressing them
KaayrilMittibxfai* an* to
tha p"***"* rOTMV til Mr Mrenttt: •«
o*BO at*v: '«* tliem apiak; l«« " oonw,
near uwvlbcr t« 1 • — aty w *.
(INK DOl.LAK A VKAR
e moathrVto a moat tea tie
UN UK K WEA K
For the whole family, by
Now is the time to
change from the summer
We have then? in Bal-
brigans, Fleece lined wool
and Wright's Health Un-
UfifitieS are i^.Ver i3£e.
Pile of Style Clothes
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ii 111111111 it-i ■ ■ •
Choose aay from the new
ones wo show, and you're sure
of king right for they,re Tilt*
ol Style make and that's a"
index ofthere b^igiione nrorp
V'-,v - 'wl
irtentbeyd ' Either
way yon're < L; -.H
Ours is more than a Clothes
p It is an institution as
neeued as the Bank or thB Post
uifice It is a Public Utility,
Win'ei Suits $7.50 and up.
IVo want your business first' | therefore ask you to concentrate
lust und all the time, and zoe' your business with us,,a > tee are
both will be profited We Your; For Fair'Dealing.
Business Is Good
' V i ' ; L KJ
A LKO UNION SUITS
For Men,Women & Chil-
K N ITTED ,1 ACKF/rs
For Men. Shawls, Fasci-
nators, Scarfs, Ice Wool,
and Silk in all colors and
at a great saving
Of the finest creation
We don't stand back of
any city for quality or
l( - i.|i'1''i'-H-ECr 1,1 1 T
I Dr.s HOUSEWORTH and POLLOCK,
* PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office, N. Mam St. Day Phone, 25, Nieht Phone lb or 30
All calls answerd promptly Day,,
l n OUr'hom B
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,i GO cents on the dollar.Ias it is now, but all the *tate
> no more recklessly managed banks ought to be made to
B. F. Wood-worth,
A. K. Eastman,
Melville, Carter, Cashier.
s t ;i'
i uu the First National of Fort
.scull that is now in the hands
of a receiver and which will
not pay out 50 cents on the
dollar in all probability. This _
doesn't prove anything except , spread over the country ,in^i'
was yr>iner to-prove that to show that banks are as reck- j the deposits of every citizen
vT.ar:ui*v I < w '• a failure lessly managed under the snp- j will be secured in that way.
.-cured to us that thev were ervisiou ot the U.S. under the The Kansas law ought to be
ar>i< vs to prove thrt they supervision of the state of strengthened. The amount of
#- Fr. ■
I !)i* r<
I. - .,V ii O'.-la
* it 'o the hands
mif>. <Tcr of the
s of the law said
come in. And that is what
they will do after a while.
National bankers may tight
all they please, but the bank
guaranty laws will continue to
I OF CASHION OKLAHOMA
? capital. $10,000.00.
* Commenced Business, Oct. IB, 1J08.
Deposits in this Bank are
Guaranteed by the Depositor's
Guaranty Fund of the
State of Oklahoma.
. ■ fipnosits large or small. Farm loan
^pSrT^ard.FirVm.urauc. Let u, CerU
were rigrht, hat thev wouH Oklahoma.
have rather preferred to see But ofter aU js said
the depositors in the bank lose reC[t(ess nianagement the com
their deposits than not. fortiug fact remains that the
So far, however, the experi- dep0sit0rs jn the Oklahowa
bank can go and get their
security ougnt to be increased,
about bnt the law will not be repeal-
It is right as far as it goes
It does not go far enough.
ence of that bank will make
the general public more certain
v.ommtUv.. • T than they ever were before that
I Deposits in this Bank are a baQk guaranty law is a good
thing for the depositors wheth-
er it is a good thing for thei
banks or not. We think that]
it is a good thing for the banks,
but that may be open for argu-
ment. That it iw a good thing
for the depositors is reasonably
vou (jet 16 pounds of sugar There are those who say that certain. The bank at Okla.
. if the resident of England the 0kiohoma bank deposits Cit was recklessly and maybe
-tifor the same ^r;inty law is defect,ve dishonestly managed, but it
"n't of money, getting the There were persons who said cortaiuly was not more reck-
amoun sUCar. If you that our republican form °f i lessly managed than the hirst
''TfoTsuch representatives national government was National bank that went to the
money and they have the state —; ^—:—
guaranty law to thank for
that comforting fact. A secoad
effect will be that tnere will be ^he. rain tnis week came
a closer supervision of all the jus(- ,n time to save the wheat,
banks down there than there an(1 lo maUe a good crop
has been. Tiie other banks aimost a certainty. It comes
that have had to come across exactly at the best wheat
with an extra assessments on '1!SOWiug date It is not ton
account of this law will see to late to sow wheat till Nov ! >
it that there is a closer inspec- Ti,ere will be a month yet i
tion. which to get the wheat m
Clean corn and cotton gi ortu t
TV* -f1 nire Morgan and Crea- defective. Truth was utti itd
yOU endorse the system in both instances, but each has
fhat makes you pay the highest sboTm a wonderful improve-
rift for groceries. Those ment over older forms.
gentlemen say the high tariff |
law is a good thing.
wall in Topeka.
It has not been any more
recklessly managed than the
First National bank of Emporia
that went to pieces a few years ;
a"-o and.paid its depositors less
The tight on the Kansas law
still contintes, but it will fail.
The Kansas law may not be
the best. We are of the opin-
ion that it is not. YV e think
that it ought to be compulsory
as the Oklahoma law is. "We
think the number of a ses«-
1 uicnts ought to be limited
makes an ideal seed bed to
wheat. The farmer with a
big acreage of wneat will be in
good shape next year as tne
price will certainly bs g > j.1.
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Woodworth, D. G. The Citizen. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, October 22, 1909, newspaper, October 22, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc98629/m1/1/: accessed December 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.