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...j '1 .r : 1 !""! S , ' a .i .4 mm ! U?J-: :i .- i r 7"; 1 X " J - : a J c .' f-i.i' ...i ; J J ' f . r ' i s M Enable thb tank to azzuro its customers that ve can take care ot their need? in closo times as n c "i jT-'h rl Ti.5?irst National i 5 Capita! $2T,00 K.r;,!; ' C).W) United State and Poitl Stvinp Depository Chicka'.; Okfa. Bank e t in7 DAY ?A OH KM The Only Modern Machinery Equipped Garage in Grady County 1 Capable of taking care of all kinds of work. torcycle. All wu guaranteed. Phono 908 I I Boone & Eickerts Garage 209-211 South Fourth St. A yA KlintrSc Flat Inn n a positive turn' my- a 1 ix iry that ?.hvch money. It rft.ake.i iron in;; a cool, pea.r-V pastime, corn pared with ti.e old fashioned way, letter yet, it red ic.c Vim cost. It more than paya for th: electricity used, by hmcw u.z the wear ar.d tear on clothes by doinj? the work in a third Jess time-by avoiding acorche:! and m;jdge3. The G. K. Iron is guaranteed for five "par, which means it wiil last practically a life time. Ghickasha Lihff, Heat & Power Co. Zll Chickaiha Avenue, i'hone J 00. h.vl ;rn ,t.j s,vl 7 or ; ir.v:u few f'. .u- --I ; '.i.n .ft r-.--i r.;,ir.- rr. Ti.4 : '. : i-f-:. 'la;: cox t.--.- is J'..-:.i."i.C".,0!l.'" i-l'.-- r.o tie r-iiv-nio ra.i.f-ai. J ; . ? ? i :.',' .v:,'i.. w,o '0r' k f.4 eii'i sruy ta ; o' a, r Irs'"; .: : ci'C.iX!:!;,, m.r:n.t,X'(.i. : :' no. r.; prx.:'.i "fj t, . ' ;a i-'.-.-ii ar.i rr.ea la -r., ti Kjri(mAn:;:..y u'. 3, rjj-.-. .- bxr rh nin a:.i t;: ar. ".'' f'i"'ul ; i.s-Ta.; j a ma..in. f'r" J. ln'.t Mf.C:.i I H ar;ii.i at ti.i i!'c:;.',a It- 10 f ti"' mf.rBA.j5 nj,: - c: oi-, ti.-t came asor a.s tr fa.- in M)to eVift. TUs S ..oa and -i U rn, '"'.'.r t'-orfji.-;? ;ij: I'.'vno 0? t sr. ar.tv .r ?;. i Jj'h -." sax. 1" I .-.-.- . -'-4; '; " r pc;a 'J ':j 'i z-i: r" :n & t-i ry r'-;.-.-a -: t-. t:ss w.:a ti k-i.it pcit;.e suf-nr.j a-.i di.-z-. y-'3 F---1 Li rcoarr:!:dl c:iy for tit raf mi r-.T..'J-t c ei:---.-; r.---;-'.-3. .t U i :n k f.r ti-.:.j ;.., t.t :i r.iy y-irj c( . .3, il I ti tijsa-j cf er..Jors'r.E: re ce:Td f.oa wo3a wt.- tae esi it a riarat:ee cf tia tnf t to t 'derlred froa i'.s use. Ti.'a reeir . fi.:' tot accosplUa wocJr but si:. ' f'y aasiits taVif to pflrfect Ita worSc Jfo'her'a Frietd I T'-'.S ti'i'.Zg Cf i ;.- eTery way k..a."a Ej'.i'ia, pre- tHathcrs r-.-ori-.ii a !.-.,. in t'"c?, teal'by A" an 'J d ft; r,el fwoary-fcir J."rc i.-('rc.'-s w.r grar.M in to o'.iicr cir?., on the name !ty. A 0!.i'ma ar th "J;v'.r: miii." f F'.!lo;aj a.- four (lartrniflt ruio name ber haibacd tore. .UA 6', in by Ji'l MtCain: I Th Ja.'j? faro.j:;t out the I "A toman obiaioinst a '!:vw nJ.aU f.leariy t.iat St n tf.tr-.y that wi"y r.ot h'- f-.h'Vl'-A to hav hr maifen j in (;fi!!ra! ihouid kay whether a wo-;r.in-;f r'-.-oro'S, t'it a wor.an who oV j tran hal b-ti xt.axTA that h( roaiie e1 a M.-. r.! -a ;tfomi- iy ftcrrect'-d, 'r.t &maa ir.forrnii.? hin-' that rich su not her catce. He aj ai.o toil by efra; a.icia! I!'.ra that the f'ivorrte a hi?hiy lcJ:i!t'i ! ariyor. calKd her by tb iiomt i r.o'he-aoo.1 Mother's Friend In to!! i it ;.? it3T, V: for c:r frsi ; took for txpectar.t mothers. ! MAflFHU) 2ICIUICE CO.. AOut U. AT THE : PLAY HOUSES 1 ! ' in V w il . i - 1 4 jbik. a .e.c-M?- rr . - .- H ' 4 ' ' n a .3 -1 . 5 Banking your money regularly not only means that you pet intereat'at the end of the year on each dollar you depos it; but it also ir.ean3 that jou are prepared for sickness or calamity; that you can buy a home; that you can educate your children; that you can have a business of your own in means INDEPENDENCE. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay 4 per cent interest on the money you put in our bank and compound the interest every six months. The Oklahoma National Bank Chicka3ha, Oklahoma a. a, f';e from hw ';-. r, fu j tbi ruling, an.i ia the next eate pre- : hari'l rr t.ave r-r .f'l : it me of h;. farmer belime ber he j seoted to h i r.i a 'i. vorr.ee 01 e o divorce from her wm bubanij a.k-1 'rf jer ro have h'r ftarne rector''! to that "Tbe mo'hei- ia the na.tjral ci.-.to- j .f her firm hiish&ri'i, and her requt o of the children, and un!e tir-1 a granted. 1 MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 12 KOZV THEATRE. .N O I h (.'on.'n'ncir. g tod.iy the: Kory runs onty high clan picture, j Our pictures come direct froro the ; Emprex theater, in Oklahoma City. ! Come aad see the difference between junk and fim r:la. phot? jdayi. 3 SEW RKKLS li Comjilete change of program. ! ADMISSION 5 AND 10 CENTS. ED CORN The foiiowicg iroctomaiion .which lai a s'ate honor tito,-e true workers of ha been imiied by Oov. Cruce, waa f'0'-- Though they a.npire not to fame; ri;ten by hi nlxteei.-ynar-fdd daugh- t,10ub tilfty u" ('iJuiar 4-',iai",c yet Ih their worth recognized and ad- tec; mi tied by a.i whs ar capauie cf a To pay tnhute to the patient, lov-! l)r.(:iat.ill3 tru.h and excellence . ing motficr, now departed from our Wherefore, f, Lee Cruce, governor m'h'. and to h-.nor and reverence (tlf th(. mu, of ok.ahoma. do hereby !:iO : I'll KUn UH, io International j , Honor Uny" ha been delnated by j 'lie ci'lvj!i,':d nations of the earth. The we..t.e lieanuie that life con jt.ijns in yo'ir mother, who, dwelling ! here on earth Is more a part of i heaven, but. whether with you or (above with the angeltt, nhe n your ! mother mill. Your mother's love is i eternal, living on when youth liaa faded, when other love ha withered and been forgotten, and when the leaven of frlendKhlp have fallen. Nothing that we can ever do enn remove the debt of gratitude we owe our U;othein; nothing can repay them foi their patience, purity and loving (are; but on thin day iledieated t') them, we can In a Htnall yet sincere ay oiiK our I iioiihl I'uiin:.-. of and i i Ul illit'.ole to theiil, j '"J o whom It U given i 1 o Maiden Hie 4-iti lii e!i i o..i;i of j heaven." j It ia fSttliiK that we im a nation and proclaim Sunday, the twelfth day of May, nineteen hundred arid twelve, an "Mother' I'ay,'' and rciuet that each citizen of Oklahoma whether old or young, rich or poor, happy or sorrow laden, remember her whose love paKt eth human titidcrstandii.Kf and ee metnhering, manifest to the world your love and gratitude by wearing a white carnation In honor of the dearest of all rnMhera, and wearing it, think of her and love her. In Testimony Whereof, ( have here unto set my hand ami the great heal of the Mate of Oklahoma to he here unto affixed at my office In the city of Oklahoma City, Mate of Oklahoma, ihU tins uth day of April, nineteen hundred and twelve. I.KK CIM'C'K, Coventor of the Slate of Oklahoma, I'.y the Coverrtor: 1 5 K N.J AM IN K. KAHHIH'lN. Secretary of Kiate. RAILROAD TIME CARD :i FIELD and GARDEN SEED Home grown Seed Corn raised in Caddo County last year (1911) J. A . BILL ON CHICKASHA PHONE G06. Z-S-lra 325 Kansaa Ave. n ft A 3 Q ?! In! i M-4 o o cl rhliits o Eat THE KEYSTONE GROCERY M !l it 51 If. SI I if vr e .. . .1 SPEND MONEY FOR ROADS, NOT WAR Liiacli Lmmtcr Open Day and Night Modern in Evert) W ay ChIm !. h. beat pfople of Chick an ha and (Jrady f'li'inly, A homo with h'lc convetiH-nrcH, MIDWAY MOTH. CO Tho Hr ef I k l Aiiflrovv;-.. M;rr. nf Mr.nk rC Try a Throe Lino Want Ad Three Times for 25 Cenls Washington, I). (.'., April !t. As war In glviiif; away to peace. Just no ure new and coi-.tly hatth"hlps and en larged hi mainenl giving away to good roadn and Improved rivers mid har bors. Tit i k Is an era cf peace and the liatioiiB of the world are coining more I ami more to understand that appro prbitloiift fnp Internal improvements nr of mom profit than preparations t pir wiir find with that eml In view Cc;;'tr'"",rt!"n P"n,t Kerrt- of )kln. hnma In leading the vangtmrd of the new thought In the I'nited Ktates. I That the tnUloti whlii moveuieiit for the Improvement of the public Kiailx Involve a large undertaking Ik Indi cated by a report just made public by tin am icuHural department in which Secretary of Agriculture Wllmm shown Hint. .Mill, (inn mile of road IIIUM be Im proved berute the public road KyHlvin can he rounldered really cfticlent. II, Ih only lii recent years that tho ninvi, n.ctit lor better road Iih.i gained force. The coiiMerjiimM (.s (,f delay are !inn hi the fa t that there are now but IX'.ITli tne of linpruved ro.-idK in IIiIh (ountiy, Thene in pr ii roaiU cmihliiute S.ih; per rent of tho total mileage of a'l public roads Improved end unimproved. It U floured that tlu percentage will have to be Incii-as-ed to twenty-two before traffic can be mo.ed throughout the country with the minimum of wear and tear on homes, wagons and automobileK. The French system of roads, long considered the best In the world, was bonded by Napoleon III for $(i,0'm,uMt, and alrm $CI2,77."i,mn already has been spent on that system. In this country, owing to the great distances, It Is probable that close to $ l!,0m,h!in -Out) will have to be spent before a proper toad K.VHlem In developed. Vht! Ho nnotitnt rwmarv to per feet H great road system appears fa bil iously large, it (loen not ppin k large when It. Is divided among the various states and spread over a period of five, ten or fifteen years. When it Is con sidered that. New Yoik si.il e has bond ed I'self for ?..!(!, into. 0no and that $.', (MMi.omi a year Is now being expended by that slate It. will lie seen that a if nation wide system might soon be pcr-'f . i i iccieu, weie all states to pr grc-s as rapidly. FRISCO RAILROAD. East Bound. if) Eastern Express g:37 a tn. 10 .St. Louis & Kan. City 'l.',:, p tn. 414 Governor 8 ,i) p. m. West Bound. 413 Governor 9:18 a. m. 9 Quanah Passenger 12: .".j p. in. 407 Cawton Express 7:50 p.m. OKLAHOMA CENTRAL, Arrive Depart. 6:00 p. in. 7:0o a. m. 7:20 p. tn. 11:00 a.m. ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY. Northbound. Arrive Depart. No. 12 3:10 a. in. No. 21 2:00 p. m. 2:23 p m. No. 22 7:17 p. in. Southbound, Arrive Depart. No. 1 1 12:2." a. m. .12:30 a.m. No. .22 2:15 p. m. 2:10 p. rn. No. 31 8; 02 a. la. El Reno, Chickasha & Man-jum. Westbound. Arrive Depart. No. 7n:i 9:10 a. m. 9:2 a. in. No. 711 3:2i p. m. 3.3j p. in. Eattbound. Arrive. Depart. No, 712 10:43 a. m, 11:00 a. tn. No. 710 .": 10 p. m. 5.13 p.m. Pauls Valley Branch. Arrive. Depart. No. 7!'0 - 9:33 a. in. I No. 713 1:10 p. tn. No. 714 -2:43 p. in. No. 7S9 6:40 p. m. Wttac'ragEije B.P.Smith, President. Wnt, Inman, Vice-Prea W. W. Home, Vicc-Pres. Ed F. Johns. Cashier. The Citizens National Bank CHICKASHA, OKLA. Capital $75,000 Surplus and Profits 45.000 Your BusineM Sol'cited DIRECTORS: 13. P. Smith, Wm. Inman. V.'. 'V. Home. J. P. Sharp, J. F. Driggerg, J. C. Drivers. Ed F. Johns yfa ount cf men hunt, corporation ami inr1ivirlu.il tnlkiici. Hi cry c ear fcK citenScd cnnitcnt iih contcrmtirt banking. nip an. ipinm. ii FIHpnnrPiiTwY 1 ihiiw wiihi i y I ill L All i P sr i You will look a g")d while before you find a be'ter medicine for coughs and colds thai Chamberlain', Courjn I'emcdy. It D-rt only gives relief It erne.1-:. Try it when yoti have a (out;ii or cold, and you are crtain 1 bp pleaned wltli tin? prompt cure which it will eifect. Kohl by all dealers, diw lb EYTHE- ' !!,... r MIA 4 j I - il rjiiflnAMvv FUD Brlnj tome clean white rags to the Express offlcj it once. Highest cash price paid. dtf. ANNOUNCEMENT. l'r. D. E. TUiUt'r,l.'hlropra:tor, is locating In Chh ka:tha, with offices (. 20 1'a CTilckaha avenue, Iloom U. Dr. Turner is a giaduaio of the Carver-' )enny Chlropractlr inllege cf Okla-; I homa ( ity, and Is a brother of D. Effle Turner of Uwton. Chlroprnctlp mcciIh no explanation (,r recoinnicinhttlon, as Under New Management j The Sneakell Cafe- i It Is well known here. The Cleanest and Best Place in Town for Good Things to Eat MEALS .... 2oc Roy Largent, Prop. fl Geiiaiiilv in Money lis what wo are all looking for. Hasadol ! lar its full value today? YES, if it is properly PROTECTED. We pay 4 per cent interest on time drpn;-iit3. We don't give you a promise, but Rive you tho very best aucuiiiy iii.ii, uuiiking: can aiioru. START TODAY. Don't put it off until tomorrow. Depoaita in our bank are protected by the Guaranty Fund of Oklahoma. Hi 120 Chirkfiihri Ave. .1 n'-iiti 4--Stf ' -, he Fanners State Bank CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA. li. F. COURTNEY, President. R. W. POWER, Cashier i). U. ESSER, A?3t Cashier.