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U w si I iWi vp a,i' YOU T - w-'v our uialenvpftt f'f rnn.JttUm. Pwr' v'!iW :!( ii ! S ' ir ;!iify to a !: :i 1 , f.!.-n ) ! Know aoiuf thai i,l ill liiiftiu uii tr-.o",ili. 1 1 IE FiHST r NATIONAL BANK C'h; ItS'.lut, Oklahoma, Al t!i Cl.s-f t-i iluHiiiess fVtruai-y 20, 1912. ASSETS. Un and Ditcour.U... 5 40r,,&04.78 Tli !s is Die amount of money we have loaned out on in- v, tereet ami consists of notes, bonds and niorl.-,ajj. Etor arid Warrants 8:3,179.86 Tli In Is the amount of money we have Invested In slocks; rouuiy, state and district warrants are also carried on our books at jiar value. Dills of Exchange on Cotton 2,174.87 This is the amount, of money we have loaned nn cot ton, and la payable on demand. ,rdratt 4,041.84 TLis is t he tolal amount our customers have cheeked out above the amount standing to their credit. Wo dislike an overdraft aeeount a'iid in ordinary business transactions do not permit them. United States bonds to secure circulation 100,000.00 Tl.is is the amount of money we have Invested In United States bonds to secure the bank notes of this bank which are In circulation for like amount. United States bonds on hand 16,000.00 This Is the amount of money we have Invested 1n United Stales bonds to secure United States deposit which we have at Una time amounting to $ 1 ,000.00. Cash with United State treasurer.. 5,000.00 This la the amount of money we have on deposit with the United Slates Treasurer to redeem our mutilated bauk notes when forwarded to the United States Treasury for new money. Cash on hand 70,764.01 This is the amoimt we bave lu actual cash In our vault! and safe. Cach with bank 162,223.91 This is the amount we have deposited with banks lu New York, Chicago, St. Louis and Kaunas City. This, plus tha amount or aclual cash on hand is the amount o! our avail able rash. Total Assets 892,889.27 LIABILITIES. Capital Stack Fully Paid 1200,000.00 This Is divided into two thousand shares of $100.00 each, and la fully paid by the stockholders of this bank. 8urplus 60,000.00 This represents that portiota of earnings or profits from the business vhich has been set out as additional work ing capital and security to our patrons. Undivided Profits (Net) 1,411.75 This Is the amount of net profits we have on hand after paying all our running expenses to date. Circulation 100,000.00 This is the National hank notes of this bank consisting of five, ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred dollar bills now In circulation. Individual Deposits 449,381,25 This is the amount our customers have deposited with ui subject to check. Eank Dcpoclts 78,424.44 This Is the amount twenty banks located In Oklahoma have deposited with this bank. United States Deposits 1.000.M This is the amount the United Stales hat deposited with this batik. Reserved for Taxes , .: .... 2,671.83 This Is Hip amount set aside to he used in paying taxes. Total Liabilities '..(.........;-.-.'; 892,889.27, The above statement Is correct F. L. BLUSHER, Cashier. The above figures show the condition of this bank. We Invite ac counts of all desiring safe, conservative and liberal banking connec nettions. No excessive loansno borrowed money. UlltJi. i Of Tf 1 1 lie LU I own AUTO LIVERY 1, i -I) DAY OB NIGHT The Only Modern Machinery Equipped G ararre in Grady County M p Capable of taking earn of all kinds of work. Everything for the Automobile and Mo- torcycle. All work guaranteed. Phone 908 g 1 Boone & Rickerts Garage g 209-211 South Fourth St. 1 Cosmopolitan Club Meets. Uov. .1. A. Uliallenner will addrsi (lie Cosmopolitan club tonight at thi high school on the subject of "Lead ership.'''''' A full attendance of tiia club Is desired. Bowel Di- 1 m R B m B Bloter I NT Becomes Army Musician. Fay ItiKK'm will leave tonight, for Ft. Logan, Colo., where lie goes to en ter the United Stales infantry service as a musician. Young Riggln enlist ed in the service at the ChlekaHha re cruiting million. Plan St. Patrick's Day Social. Arrangements were made at the biiH'ineKs meeting of thfl Kpworth league last night to hold a St. Put rick's social at the church next Mon day evening. A program will be ar ranged and Invitations Issued tills week. Prominent Kansan Heree. John A. Heed of Kingdom, Kan., a prosperous business man, was here today visiting his old friend, M. F. Courtney of the Fanners' State bank. Mr. Heed lias been making a lour of Oklahoma with a view to locating in this .state. He has also been in Tex as. Mr. Reed and Mr. Courtney were neighbors during Mr. Courtney's res idence In Kingdom. Yeomen Hold Good Meeting. Seventy people attended the Yeo men lodge last night and one of the best meetings tver held in the city wan enjoyed. The meeting was held at the A. 0. U. W. hall and a class of fourteen candidates was Initiated. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph South, the depu ties, who are working in this city, had charge of the meeting. After the bus iness session a box supper was en joyed, the ladies of the order bringing well filled baskets. Police Court Calendar. U. J. Crane was fined $5 in police court yesterday on the charge of vio lating the city sanitary ordinance. Mr. Crane dumped trash In the ditch in the nortl? port of town. City Phy sician Kmanuel says that the next violation of this ordinance will bu given the limit of Cie law. The case of shooting a cat and disturbing the peace was dismissed. Mr. liledsoe admitted that he killed the cat, hut he shot It Tuesday night, not on Sun day. Children's Books Rebound. Fifty volumes of rebound books have been received at the Carnegie library this week from the Oklahoma City book bindery. The books all are children's fiction and have been used in t lie library until the backs were worn out and were sent to ttie bind ery for repairs. The rebound books are in splendid shape and even better than new. Mis. Thompson Is sorting the old magazines, getting them In readiness to send to .Olna C'y to the bindery. Funeral of Mrs. Aspert. Th funeral services of Mrs. William Aspert, who died yesterday afternoon at. o'clock, were held at the Chris- tlun church this afternoon at 0 o'clock under the ausiiices of the Court of Honor lodge. The Interment took place at the I. O. O. F. cemetery. Besides the husband and the little j three-year-old daughter, the otner members of the family who attended j the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Craft of Ft. Cobb, mother and father of Mrs. Aspert; Miss Susie Aspert of Ft. Cobb, Mrs. Addie Lungslon of An adarko, Mrs. Cora King of Paris, Tex., sister of the deceased, and Hurt Craft ol Chickasha, a brother. Minco, Okhi., March U'.-F. F. Fer guson, agent for the United States department of agriculture lor me eastern Oklahoma district, is send ing out the following circulnr on the object or seed bed preparation: "Ail agree that, early fall Is better than spring preparation. So our ob ject at this time is to Imitate so far it is possible to do so, the condition found in fall preparation'. "We all understand that at. this lime It is only possible to shape the soil into a physical condition, as time only through the operation of decom position fan release chemical matter. In other words, accomplish a work upon the land in a short, time with teams and tools, that It reefpiires six months for nature to d; after the land Is plowed. "All seed beds for all seeds are pre pared upon the same plan, though varying in depth according lo time and season, quality and depth of soil, and our ability to do the preparation in proper manner witli such tools that are at, our command, except the mulch for small seeds, such as alfalfa which have less depth. "We use -the disc narrow before plowing to pulverize the surface that the union wk.. .the plowed and un plowed sub-surface may be easily con nected alter plowing to close up air spaces, and firm the seed bed, and so complete the union of the soils. "We use the harrow to create a coil mulch which conserves a 'el re tains the moisture at base of mulch where seeds are deposited.. All seeds should be firmly planted upon a firm, moist seed bed at base of mulch. "We use the double disc furrow opener, if team power permit, to throw up cotton seed bed on types of soil which demand it, or open a wa ter furrow as an insurance against excessive rainfall, which is very nec essary and usually profitable on all hill-side cotton fields. "We advise the disc planter because It plants each seed the same depth and opens a furrow on the seed bed, or level, which permits the use of the harrow as a cultivator for tho first two or three times over. This cheap ens cost of production, and returns a greater profite-Uie thing we are all laboring for." Much Sickntct Diss to orders, A doctor's Crt question when con sulted by a patient Is. "Are your bow els ref.uim'r" lie knows that Wo i-f illness is attended with Inactive bow els and torpid liver, and that this con dition inunt be removed gently uud I thoroughly before health enn lie re stored. IImrII Orderlies are a positive, pleas ant, and stiff remedy for constipation and bowel disorders in general. AVe are so certain of their great curative value that we promise to return the purchaser's money in every case when they fail to produce entire satisfaction. liexall Orderlies are enten like candy, Hiey act qi'Ietly, and aid in producing a soothing, strengthening, healing In fluence on the entire Intestinal tract. They do not purge, gripe, cause nau sea, flatulence, excessive looseness, diarrhoea, or other annoying effect. They aro especially good for chil dren, weak persons, or old folks. Three sizes. l(k. 2TiC, and ode. Sold onlv nt onr store-The Itexall Store. U. 3. Brownson, Chickasha, Okla. 8 ' Haddock Ciscoes Smoked Salmon Smoked Halibut Smoked Herring Pickled Herring White Fish M i H M t Mi BLUE LAWS ARE ENFORCED THERE If P ft I 5 Sapulpa, Okia., March 12. As the result oil alleged efforts to lift the legal lid a tiny fraction Sunday, ten warrants were issued Monday charg ing things ranging all the way from selling cigars, newspapers and ice cream sodas to dispensing intoxicat ing liquor. Hereafter, according to District Judge Alien, the law will be enforced sti icily. Wherefore he has served stem notice upon new vend ers, confectionery keepers and cigar store proprietors that violations will cause prosecution. Already the judge j has aided In closing gambling houses and abolishing illicit trade in liquor. :AT THE; PLAY HOUSES Err"" L ORPHEUM THEATER. "Making Heroes," one of the most thrilling pictures ever shown here. It shows how the firemen of Denver are trained. "Hlowllig up tlie John liy Hapids," education. "The Call of the Drum." One other picture. Th hi' -o and bet show for the money. 5 AND 10 CENTS. KOZY THEATRE. "Kit Carson's Wooing," a esque Incident in this brave romantic life. 2 "A Oeranium." Through it: Influence a humble home is into a garden of paradise. Illustrated song, "Dear Did Admission pictur-scout's i sweet tturned Dear.'' be Chinese Dtlicacle. The Chinese have several taste in which we do not join. The becbe de iuer Is one of these, a big sort of a worm'lke creature that Is fished up out of the Pacific for his especial benefit Sharks' fins also are in demand. These are savd by Pacific islanders every where and sold to traders who collect them for the Chinese market. The bird's i.et soup is a eii known deli cacy. The nests are among the most expensive articles of food to be paid for anywhere. THE HE-ONE OF THE SPECIE'S. (New York Times.) Once a monkey and a parrot 'rav eled to enlarge their view, For they wished to learn if legends of men's Wisdom could be true. They had scarcely left their cages when they met a street parade, Willi regalia weird and gorgeous, decked wilh fringe and sea: let braid. "What a brave array! Where go they in the heat?" the monkey cried. "Is it (ire, or war,, or famine spurs them on, or just vain pride?" "Tis the Knights of the Uuta-Iiaga greet the Wall-eyed Loons," Poll said: "For the he-one of the species makes the peacock hide bin head." "There are chi.dren in the workshops and in mines so dark and bare, Willie our young sport in 1he sun shine, fed and sheltered by our care." "Men are lacking," said the parrot, "in parental love, you see, For the he-one of the species is more selfish than the she." "There's a pretty damsel coming, guarded by her sturdy hound; What can harm the gentle maiden, snake nor wolf is lurking 'round?" "She fears man,'" t'e parrot answer ed, him thai she should fear the least; For the he-one of the smcies lacks the instinct of the beast." "See that man! He reels and stag gers and his eyes are bleared anJ red. Is lie ill or idiotic, tell rn', friend?' the monkey said. "He Is drunk," the parrot whispered, men are very apt to be; For the he-one of the species Is more vicious than the she." "Why are there so many buildings for the sick, the halt.'tlio blind, Crazy, drunken, epileptic, and for those of feeble mind?" "We don't need them," said the par rot; "from nnn's vices we uTi flee; But the he-one of llty species is l'-ss moral lli.i the she." "I have heard," the monkey londere 1 "that the nations have no law; lint they arm and kill ejcli otticr calling wholesale murder war." "They're apostate," scoffed the par rot. "since they left ihelr primal t ree ; But the he-ont' of the species U more savage than the she.'' Oklahoma National Bank Ollimt Statement (Conl.Mi;.u) to .k Comptroller of th" 'urrency r i: c n u a n y 2 0, 1012 RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts U. S. Bonds Premium on U. S. Bonds Redemntion Fund Furniture and Fixtures Kills of Exchange Warrants Cash and sight exchange 8,:;(;i;.:w 2f ouo.oo AS 1.25 i;Ar.o.oo 5,01 10.00 $ 4,1:10.72 :5,(;;i.kj 217,503.11 f.2K7,:!lM.93 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock, paid in Surplus - - Undivided profits, net Circulation - - " Deposits Total $G07,993.52 $100,000.00 2,r.oo.oo 4,i:io.kh 25,000.00 47(,.2,04 $G07,9!)3.52 The above Statement is correct. J. 1 WHATLhY, Cashier, men live in mansions all the earth's great "Why do some and hoard store, While their brothers, weak and starv ing, homeless beg from door to door? They might learn from bee and cliiii tniink," said the ape. Poll an swered, "N'uy; For the he-one of the specie lack the wisdom of the jay." "Since the he-ones do go badly," said the monkey with a sih, "Why in blazes don't the dunces b t the she-oncH have a try?" "Don't ask me," the parot crumbled, as she turned her steps to go; "Why the he-one rule;; the she-ono only Cod and Kipling know." i Phone 28 122 South Third Try a Three Line Want Ad Move te Aid the Poor. The government has undertaken to solve the high cost of living lo Vienna by waking a graut of J2C0,U00 a yeur for ten years for the erection of dwfcilliigs uf &d!uui !. VJhy Salv no I nil3 CiJ Villi Finre tlm ol.l-f tightened theory nf cur ing e'-zemti through the hlood hra been loven up ly O'IHIkIm. tnuny iliIT'Tent mtlv.-yi pave tjeen tried (or nkin diMetc-eH. Jtut It luis hpcii found that tLesi. xalvts only c-lox the pores and runo.it penetrate to the iiiiKT fckm below th t-piili -mils hero the etXeimt f-i-ni.M aie ln!t;il. This Hib finality or pUK-timiriir probably xpUoh.- the .remMnlouH fcue iit;s or tip well known H'i'ild r",-::u tsmedy, od of wioleiKieHrl, thymol, Rty OHi tie, 0.1 cotopomcled In Jj.UU t're.'.cfii.tojti. Wo hVe i.ubl olhi r renic lien for Hklti troubles but none that w enn rfnni niend uh bu;hly uh fin for wp Know tbut I'.U.D. Htops the iirii st mice. VS i c:,it Clve you a trial size boitl tor 'i.i onl.-i that will b mimch to prove It. ( fcotiiHf ail other iliUffK'stH hut D.D.D. Prescription ko to them It yon (an t come to uh but don't UC'i'pt foiuo blif probt wubftlhite. llut If yon 1 010H to our houg. we ar ."ocr'nln of what D.O.I will do for yoi thiii we otter you a f.,11 fa bottle on tht ifuurarilee- If you do not find that It tuiex uwiiy tlx 11. b AT (Ni't;, If i-nnt-i yon not a tent, Owl Drug Store, Crdckasba, Okia. T-K T v Z1H T"t 1-? "t - "TS . DEED GUI' FIELD and GARDEN SEED I lome grown Seed Corn raised in Caddo County last year (1911) J 9 J?lL if mi PHONE COG. 0 JLMMUMI CHICKASHA 2 -5-i.n 225 Kansas Ave. B. P. Smith,- President. W. W. Home, Vice-Pres. Wm. Inman, Viee-Prea. Ed F. Johns, Cashier. The Citizens National Bank CHICKASHA, OKLA. Capital $75,000 Surplus and Profits 45.000 Your Duainett Sol cited DIRECTORS: B. P.Smith, Wm. Inman. W. W. Horne. J. P. Sharp, J. V. Drivers, J. C. Drivers. Ed F. Johns Jlccountt of merchant, corporation anil individuals mltiiud. tvery car tcy extended (,'itfei with cnnncrvative banking. THE U 5 SUPREME COURTS DECLARES Vi ;, , r. rX. V ' ' I U ' I 1 ', i if f i I ' J . :v - -s i i " t 's i , J t OUR STATE mm CO?i5TITUTI0riAL Better Be Safe Than Sorrv Uncle Sam s a good business man. He takes no chances. "WHY SHOULD YOU?' We offer you every inducement consistent with good banking. No matter how largo or how small, give us a call. Place your money in our bank and be protected by the Guaranty Fund of Oklahoma. The Farmers State Bank CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA. U F. COURTNEY. President. K. W. POWER CvshUt I). U. ESSER, As.-.t Caliicr.