OCR Interpretation


The Chickasha daily express. (Chickasha, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 1899-current, November 06, 1912, Image 2

Image and text provided by Oklahoma Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090528/1912-11-06/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE TWO

T
CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, C H I C K A 5 H A , OKLAHOHAi
H
u
m
-a
s
II
7..-.., I'-
1 "
s
-- :
Of Chickasha. Oklahoma
A ound p.n 1 conservative ii'sii! .;!
doing bujiucss with you, f
best treatment, at ih
W are here for the upLulMir
and City, and ore willing
as the strong.
Capital - -Surplus
- -
Our strong Directo
for the safety of
---r----.-- Direct
J. D. SUGG E. B. JOHNSON
C.U.BESSENT H.B.JOHIUa.
BEN. F. JOHNSON T.T.JOHNSON
United States Der
'OUS
y
i
1S
1
r
t,
OLDEST
LAK
ciEST
Owsley & beitz
INSURANCE ALL KINDS
CHICKASHA
OKLAHOMA
The Only Flour Mill
in Chickasha
Full Cream Flour
MADE BY
iiiiiiiiiasno
"i i
ll!i!g
4s
n
II
Wm. Inman; President,
W. W. Home, Vice-Pses.
Ed. F. Johns, Cashier
R. E. Maxey, Ass't Cashier
4
fhe Citizens National Banlu
CHICKASHA, OKLA.
Capital ..... $75,000
Surplus and Profits 45.000
Your Business Solicited
DIEECTOKS:-B. P. Smith, Wm. Inman. W. W. Home.
J. P. Sharp, J, F. Driggeru, J. C. Drigzers, Ed F. Johns
Jlccoautt of merchants, corporMhn$ and Individuate .uSkltsd. Every cour
tesy tutnded tomittcnt with contcrytttive bn-hUig,
The Daily Express Delivered
One Week for only 10 Cents
Ony
x
99
Hosiery
Tsapb s'.' Mark
or bl ,,; voil Wlfitt irotll Cotton to Silk. Ho anr In Ww.tr f.w tli truAr-
nvdt k :;!io,vu above stamped on evcrv pair. Sold by all good stores.
I 01' I) it!- TAYLOR 1;:;::;;-;; M$W YORK
Tlie "flnvv" Brand will give better wear then any hosiery known.
r BTt-ti, caca and Children, from 25C.to5.ooperpnir, In eny color
( ContlhUt'd from page One.)
I - r J-g-s p R , N G s.1
Vt'illiiims 129, Clark 34.
LewlH 121, CaWwt'll 4:1, Foust IV
Simisoii i;'.G, Hamilton 27.
Brail ley .1.12. Orreil 22.,
Newman KIT, BcniK'tt 2'1.
'loiul i:iO, .Iuildox 26..
Mellon i:io.
Hill i;i!, I!rasli.ar 22, Whittakpr 15.
Hulmi 10, Anderson 22, Lincoln 15.
Coetting 107.
Craiiwell 129.
1'ursley 127, Uednar 24.
POCASSET.
Williams 51, Clark 38.
Lewis 112, Caldwell 28, Fount M.
Simpson OS, lla:iiiliou 21.
liradley 75.
Cloud 73.
Melton 71.
Hill Ii7.
.Newman 72.
Hulen tiX.
(IwUUng 71.
Cranwell "1.
1'aiTlsh 45, (llotfelter 42, Seabrldga
9.
NINNEKAH.
Williams 88, Clark- 41.
Lewis 90, Caldwell 40, Fouat 26.
Simpson 105, Hamilton 23.
Bradley inc.
Cloud 112.
Melton .108.
Hill 110, ilrabliear 41.
Newman 1 08.
Hulen 103.
(loetting 108.
Cranwell 105.
1'uiBley Hid, Bednar 21.
BRADLEY.
Williams 91, Clark 20.
Lewis 811, Caldwell 18, Foust 31.
Simpson !io, Hamilton 15.
Bradley !I2, Orrell 2i.
Cloud 9,'l, Maddox 30,
Melton flO.
Hill 81 Brashear 16.
Newman 90, Bennett 30.
Hulen 90, Anderson 16, Lincoln 30.
(loetting 91, (lollather 29.
Cranwell 90.
I'ursley 88, Bednar 16, See 30. .
WASHINGTON.
Williams C5, Clark 45.
Lewis 49, Caldwell 64.
VERDEN.
Williams 70, Clark 84.
- Lewis 79, Caldwell C4, Foust 14.
Simpson 88, Hamilton 52.
Bradley 94.
Cloud 97.
Melton 93.
Hill 99, Braahear 44.
Newman 96.
Hulen 89. Andersou 43,
Ooetting-Vl.
Cranwell 93.
Farrish 43, (ilotfelter 100, Sea
bridae 14.
ALEX.
Williams 94, Clark 32.
Ix-wis 97, Caldwell 33, Foust 6.
Simpson 93, Hamilton 34.
Bradley 96, Oirll C.
Cloud 95, Maddox 7.
Melton 94.
Hill 93, Brashear 29, Whtttaker 6.
Newman 94, Bennett 7.
Hulen 95, Anderson 29, Lincoln 6.
(loetting 92, (lollather 7.
l'ursley 92, Bednar32.
LUCILE.
Williams 11, Clark 18.
Lewis 14, Caldwell 14, Foust 6.
Simpson 22, Hamilton 3.
Bradley 19.
Cloud 20.
Melton 20.
Hill 19, nraslwnr 15, Whlttaker 4.
Hulen 18.
Newman 19.
PRAIRIE VALLEY.
Williams 29, Clark 71.
Lewis 41, Caldwell 58, Foust 3.
Simpson 51, Hamilton 44.
Bradley 56, Orrell 4.
Newman 59, Bennett 3.
CiUlld 53, MiiuUliX 4.
Melton 57.
Hill 54, Brashear 42, Whlttaker 3.
Hulen 49, Anderson 42, Lincoln 4.
Goetting 57, Crtjllathr 4.
Cranwell ,15.
ParrUh 27, (ilotfelter 69, Sealiridge
VAUGHN.
Williams 15, C':..rk (5.
Lewis 15, Caldwell 7.
Simpson 19, Hamilton
Bradley 20.
Newman 20.
Cloud 21.
Mellon 21.
Hill 19, Brashear 3.
Hulen 18, Anderson 4.
Goetting 20.
Cranwell 20.
l'ursley 18, Bedaar 4.
Newell 20, Sj enc. r 1.
VINCENT.
WHikn. 20, ('Kirk 1 1.
Urlf 2 1, t'uldwell Ll, Foust IS.
Simpson 21, Hamilton 13.
fcradVy 2'', Orrei! IS.
Newman 22, Bennett IS.
Cloud 22. Maddox 19.
Melton 20.
Hill 23, Brashear 11, Whlttaker 19.
Hulen 25, Anderson 11, Lincoln 18.
Cofttlng 23, (lollather IS.
Cranwell 21.
Parrish 22, (ilotfelter 1, Seabridge
19.
IRETON.
Williams 23, Clark 10.
Lewis 21, Caldwell 11, Fotmt 14.
Simpson 24. Hamilton 8.
Bradley 22, Orrell 15.
Newman 26, Bennett 15.
Cloud 24, Maddox 15.
Melton 22.
Hill 23, Brashear 8, Whlttaker 15.
Hulen 22, Anderson 8, Lincoln 15.
(loetting 20, (lollather 17.
Cranwell 22.
DUTTON.
Williams 38, Clark 52.
Lewis 57, Caldwell 30, Foust 2.
Simpson 61, Hamilton 24,
Bradley 60.
Newman 58.
Cloud 67.
Melton 58.
Hill 61, Brashear 26.
Hulen 47, Anderson 39.
(loetting 58.
Parrlsll 29, (ilotfelter 60, Seabridge
2.
. FRIEND SCHOOL.
Williams 37, Clark 25.
Lewis 33, Culdwell 27, Foust 8.
Simpson 49, Hamilton 12.
Bradley 40.
Hill 49.
Hulen 48, Anderson 11.
Chastain 47. .
TUTTLE NO. 2.
Williams 38, Clark 49.
Lewis 52, Caldwell 33, Foust 16.
Simpson 59, Hamilton 22.
Bradley 56, Orrell 19.
Newman 58.
Cloud 58, Maddox 19.
Hill 56, Brashear 20.
TUTJLE NO. 1.
Williams 51. Clark 86.
Lewis 70, Caldwell 60, Foust 13.
Simpson 87, Hamilton 45.
Bradley 87. :
Newman 87, Bennett 17.
Cloud 87, Maddox 17.
Melton 91. f ,; "
Hill 84, Braslirar 44, Whlttaker 15.
Hulen 85, Anderson 44, Lincoln 15,
Parrlsb 55, Clotfelter 49.
MINCO NO. 2.
Williams 13, Clark 13.
Lewis 15, Caldwell 9, Foust 15.
Simpson 15, Hamilton 8.
Bradley 17, Orrell 15.
Newman 17, Bennett 17.
Cloud 16, Maddox 16.
Melton 19.
Hill 13, Brashear 9, Whlttaker 17.
Hulen 13, Anderson 9, Lincoln 17.
(loetting 16, (iollatlwr 16.
Cranwell 18.
Parrish 14, (ilotfelter , 12, Sea
bridge 10.
WARD TWO, PRECINCT ONE.
Williams 87, Clark 110.
Lewis 131, Caldwell 63.
Simpson 140, .Hamilton 53.
Bradley 1 r4.
Newman 157.
Cloud 162.
M'dton 160.
Hill 140, Brashear 46.
Hulen 139, Anderson 44.
Newell 158.
WARD FOUR, PRECINCT TWO.
Williams 11C, Clark 157.
Lewis 180, Caldwell 80, Foust 15.
Simpson 205, Hamilton 25.
Bradley 232, Orrell 21.
Newman 225, Bennett 28.
Cloud 233, Maddox 22.
Hill 192, Brashear 61, Whlttaker 24.
Hulen 207, Anderson 44, Lincoln 18.
Newell 230, Spencer 24.
(loetting ?23, (lollather 23.
Cranwell 229.
Hainmerley 204, Feclibeimer 4fi.
Chastain 222, Powell 25.
Clark 238, T. P. Moore 224; O. W.
Moore 23, Williams 22.
Phillips 224, Mason 24.
HussiU bill, yes 191, no 70.
Bridge, yes 174, no 98.
Court house, yes 175, no 101.
WARD FOUR, PRtCINCT ONE.
Williams 42. Clark 59. I
Lewis 55, Caldwell 42, Foust 26.
Simpson 51, Hamilton 45.
Bradley r4, Orrell 27.
Newman 56, Bennett 27.
Cloud 55, Maddox 28.
Melton 57.
Hill 54, Brashear 37, WbKtaker 31.
Hulen 50, Anderson 34, Lincoln 30.
Newell 53, Spencer 28.
Coettlng 57, Collather 27, Cranwell
WARD ONE, P3ECINCT 1.
Williams 40, Clark 58.
Lewis 53, Caldwell X'!, Foust 30.
Simpson 56, Hamilton 38.
l'...iU:'y is, ui 1 .-li :;2.
-Wtt in. 111 (10, Bi.iin.;t ;'..!,
Cloud ;.7, Maddux
Melton 00.
Hill 50, Hrasht'iir 34.
Aini'Tson .Vi, Lincoln 21.
Chastain 01.
WARD TWO, PRECINCT TWO.
Williams, 77, Clark 82.,
WARD THREE.
Williams 7:1, Clark 99.
Lewis 120, Caldwell 48, Foust 27.
Simpson 134, Hamilton 40.
Bradley 151, Orrell 38.
Newman 137, Dennett 43.
Cloud 146, Maddox 38.
Melton 130.
Hill 124, Brashear 41, Whittaker 40.
Hulen 131, Anderson 34, Lincoln 37.
Coettlng 138, (iolather 42.
Cranwell 158, Chastain 132, Powell
42.
WARD ONE, PRECINCT 144.
Williams SO, Clark 144.
WO HOUSES
DESTROYED
Last night at 7:30 o'clock fire
broke out at the home of John Dean,
1413 Shepurd street, which resulted in
the total destruction of that and the
adjoining house, 1415 Shepard.
, The houses were botli located out
side the fire limits and it was impoa-.
slblo to save either, though by the use
of chemical the fire was prevented
Horn, spreading other structures.
The origin of the fire is not known,
as the buildings were a mass of flames
when the department arrived, and Mr.
and Mrs. Dean were away from home.
The house at 1415 Shepard was vacant
and belonged to Earl Baker, liotb
structures were covered by insurance.
CHAIRMAN BISHOP'S TRIBUTE
TO VOTERS OF CHICKASHA.
Permit me to congratulate the man
hood ff Chickasha for their extremely
gentlemanly conouct and bearing dur
ing the election yesterday. I have
been attending elections for the half
of a century and bave never witnessed
one where such perfect order prevailed
at every polling place, Just such order
as is witnessed at the churches when
the worshippers are assemblig to pay
homage to their Creator.
The voters evidently felt, the great
responsibility that rests upon i,em as
loyal American citizens seeking to
maintain the traditions of the fathers
and to perpetuate the rule of the peo
ple In continuation of a government
of the people, by the people and for
the people.
Though having views diverging, each
permitted the other to be guided by
the light in his possession and the
conscience within him. Such sjieaks
high praise for the citizenship of the
city of Chickasha. May it alays be so.
J. F. BISHOP.
:AT THE:
PLAY HOUSES
c ,
------ f ' f - t, ,j i
(
1 V,
if -
S A
Learn a lesson from the above picture.
Do you keep your money in the house?
Why not put it in a safe bank where it
will draw interest?
Have you any money that can be lurnt up or stolen?
Let OUIt Bank be, YOUR Hank.
' 1 We pay 4 pet c;nt inter 'ft on money deposited in our bank and compound th inter
.pat every nix months.
The Oklahoma National Bank
m ELECTRIC IRON
You have heard many women
say, almost fondly, "My Elec
tric Iron." They speak. of it as
something worth having. They
don't speak that way about the
old-fashioned flat iron. The
reason is that the electric iron
is a real help and comfort to
any housekeeper.
SOLD BY
Chickasha Light. Heat & Power Co.
Phone 100.
!U7 Chickasha Ave.
NEW KOZY.
High class photoplays.
Co; ;piete change tonight.
"The Lair of the Wolf," a homely
story of real life.
"For Valour," by Talbot Munday.
An Edison war drama.
"A Western Courtship," a good La
bi) western comedy.
Music by Blacks-tone, and Algulre.
5 CENTS AND 10 CENTS.
MAJESTIC THEATER.
Photoplays.
"The Soldiers' Last Call." military.
"Tlie Fairies' Hallowe'en," a great
picture for the children.
Complete change of pictures dally.
Matinee daily at 2:20 p. m.
Vaudeville.
Tonight your last chance to see Polly
ami Pearson. They give u couipli le
cluiugo in their act. See them tonight,
in a big singing, talking and dancing
comedy act. A new team commenced
tcmorrow matinee.
Mr. and Mrs. Super, musicians.
PRICES: MATINEE 5 AND 10 CENTS
NIGHT 10 AND 15 CENTS.
When You Think of Building
:THINK OF:
Win. Cameron S Co. Inc.
Phone 152
PAW
Third and Iowa
0
t t
f K
1 1 1 i
TO
PUT YOUR.
If! K -
Hkllf
1 i r
-.is' - X"
- t I i..U4 .1,1 U W l. I (
Hf L " " W''-frii ,
I
Dress Goods and
Silks, just the
right ones, at
DULLARD'S
t.,,7
If in Doubt Take the Guaranty Route
rr ,w1i0,,Ct YoUrgdf 81 Cnce Dcla'"e Dangeroui. '
.10H .you a c,:r't t0 haVfl V0l,r mm,,v Protected in OUR
HANK by the f uaranfv !,-iyv W'K ?Timv tv l i i
imfl., u'.. . ,l"'H-y, ,WI' 5,1 UUY the need a of our cus-
l 1 ANK that cm give you evory advai.ut.e.
The Farmers State Bank
nilCKASIIA. OKLA.
M. F. OmtMh i'fM. J:). V, f'ower.Caab. l. U. Ksscr.AsstCBEh.
'.V

xml | txt