Fort Gibson Gazette, September 23, 1915

Fort Gibson Gazette

September 23, 1915

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Issue date: Thursday, September 23, 1915

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Publication name: Fort Gibson Gazette

Location: Fort Gibson, Oklahoma

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Years available: 1915 - 1916

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Fort Gibson Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1915, Fort Gibson, Oklahoma TE VOL. 1. FORT (2IKSOX, KL\.. TIHKSIUY, SKI*TOHi: v:?, !!!^ NU3IBER 30 S1SS0N--FEASTER. (Irace Fox. who mysteriously - - disappeared from her I'.otve in On Wednesday of last week, i Muskoiree. was lomu! ahont ten Harry Sisson, Sr.. and Miss .luna miles east of hero last week ,\ilh Feastor were married in Musko- lier hair koM>od. evehrows shear- Georgetown News pounds tn tlv aciv Thesv is a Ian \\ . '). .Mut-pla an.! i'.-'.huIx of r.rushv Mountain \ '.sit od in t he gee. Mr. Sisson is one of our od and hat less. From the report l)ottom- Siilu���>- leading citizens and business nvn. reaching this of lice she surely There are ijiiii- a  tr.nk r s-l'- Miss l'easter is one of Muskoivoe had mei with associates of de- ferine w,t h ehil's. t lu-- .M-k. county's loading teachers and an grading temperament, as she d!s- Wiih plenty ,�f riii'-hiiv and excellent business woman. played hahits ot uncivilized ereat- Paris flyeen th.e late pel:.lot- w.i! The happy couple ha ye the on- mvs when hi'inmed and cant nred make a.-- a . era go yield, gratulations of manv friends. in a cain hold. Some voiinc" met! I'O'I,- � nuniiio!-r ,m 'i '.oi ..LOCAL AND PERSONAL.. As we go to liivss the ennimii- 1 ner i urner a ,uj I a-ni \ >';si re boinp; snu-hl for and their o�i !'iv.-nds in foe hot ion;. Suiu.:p aunts of habitation siv also Mrs. .1. I>. fake is i-cported on Misses Nannie Hamilton and � mow''I ihe sivk list this weok. Fansy fripe went to Muskogee, th�; Mesdain.s Whinnorv and (Von- S:,Uir(la-v' 'l!'""M'' or \ i -it '-d i he :-ehool, Friday. Pure home honey and country C a. - 1; ,. ,. 'lVlli,ti Sorghum at fake's.  '' � ,; '�1 \.-.,.,;.! \ ' - a ,hi  I>r� for F,v thi\o day's picnic and id the nev, teach, r. roping contest,' toilny, Friilay and Set of tumblers free wild a >'�>- Cotton is about :>u d \s Late i .a-oi Saturday. purchase at f. II. Sisson's. and the y.'eki will k- about loi) >rl: r.t e M � : i I \ I lanl u �[ I our i. red ,'! i r,i i w i r. Ii -J. :ing i:\aij EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 19 P3 / iplicable to bills rendered on and after October 1 , 19| :>. PS THE MUSKOGEE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY have decided to place in effect the new and reduced electric lighting rale Fchcdfle authorized by the State Corporation Commission. i he new rates, which are given below, will mean a substantial reduction in the lighting bills of the resident and business customers. The new electric lighting rates will mean a large decrease in the gross and net earnings of the Company. The maximum or highest rate is cut from 15 cents to 12 cents per kilowatt hour, with a discount of ten per cent tor prompt payment, bringing the net rate down to 10.8 cents per kilowatt hour. I his is a cue in the maximum rale oi _!0 per cent. POLICY Of COMPANY While there Has been no increase in business done by the Company which would warrant the drastic rate cuts authorized by the Slate Corporation Commission, the Company is willing to do its utmost toward meeting the popular demand for lower-priced electricity. We will place the lower rate in efleeT according to this policy and exert every effort to overcome decreased earnings -so far as possible by seeking to build up increased use of the service by our customers. i here will be no deterioration in the standards of the service and business methods. We shalL^employ our best endeavors toward continued efficiency in the adequate service of the public. DIFFERENCES IN TI IE NEW RATE. SCHEDULE | he new Jightir.s rate schedule is even simpler than the one heretofore in effect, which ws;s by no means complicated. All iighlin;', customer?; under both l!\e old and new schedules s'.ar! from the same basis ia'e (ma\:nuim rale) , rcl pr.y '.dern'ealiy the rame rale per kilow.Ui hour !or similar quantities of current used monthly. ihe old rite had four steps of twenty-five kilowatt hours each With a prot-ressive'v lower ia!r pei kilowail hour starting at l'5 cents. Th.e e.rw schedule consolidates ihese lour steps into die first 100 kilowatt hours cents less per month and makes an average rat-' of I It) percent prompt payment discount. It will be noted thai the Hunting rates go as low as 3 cents per kilowatt hour lor large quantities of current. The monthly minimum bill oi $1.(0 per meter remains unchanged. Ihe new and old rates are given bel ow in full: New Electrie Lighting Rate Schedule EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 1915 Fist 100 K. \V. IT., per month at 12 cents per K. W.1L Next 100 " 8 ' 200 " " " " 6 " " 1600 ' 5 " " 1500 " 4.5' " 1500 " " " " 4 " Excess per month 3 The above rate is subject to a discount of ten percent (10") if bills are paid within ten (10) days after rendition thereof. Minimum bills to be $1.00 per month for retail lighting and appliances. No discount allowed on minimum bills. Old Electric Lighting Rate Schedule SUPERCEDED BY RATE SCHEDULE OF SEPT. 1, 1915. hirst 23 K. W. 1 1. per month at 15 cents pt-r K. W. ! I. Next 25 " " = 14 " 25 '" 12 " " 25 " " ' "||...... " 100 10 " " 200 ........ 9 " " 200 8 Excess per nunth 7 Discount of ten percent ( I 0' 'iart of the week- iwsljiiiranl in thehrick hiiililm^ S hars of laundry soap for 25c \ formerly used for a pool) hall. .1. f. Landwirth School Tablets I'eiu'iU and 11'you want to know who Buff- Sui'i'hes al f. 11. Sisson's. alo Bill, Panhandle Pete and Kit 'Ihe widow Clu-.se. of farrison rarson :uv ask ^tim Benge and Hill, is n,'>' Kt>tVt>- Howard is the attending ph\si- For Dressgoods and Trimmings cian. Si'o f> fake's. F.very inece of Fall All kinds of Fall Shoes at the (;��0 o clock at ^ '., , , /', ,, f i ,  i .,, years was Fort Gibson s butcher, the Presbvtenan Church. All; ... , � . , . , : was shaking hands with old-time memloers are requested to be; ,. . , , ., , , . .v. tnends hove the first of the present. , , 1  �  week.  � Isnoes-'orT. earth for -the least .tS!^. ."^f^!*?v$**2rrv monev. Star brarld are better. Mdslcogee-^e Thav^ some awim- J. T, fandwrith immg P��u andf blV dmj? t0�' sayS an authonst. Also, a young .John C. Howell, assistant cash-i Morrison in Fort-Gibson. :ier of the Citizens' National! Get a nice fall Cap at the Bos-Bank, .s oil on his vacation and ton Store> Reguiar 75^ an(j $1,00-visiting friends and relatives at value for 50^. his old home in Arkansas. . ^, Charley McCIellan, formerly of f. and 10 cent bargain counters Clavemoie, but now a residingat  at C. 11. Sisson's. Blackwell, Okla., was here Mon- in this issue is the picture of da-V and Tuesday, looking after the torpedo steam r. Arabic, sink- land interests near Manard. inK. We reirret that we can't Big stock Fall Shoes just in, at R-el :i picture of the sinking of, Lake's. Come in and look them Fort Gibson's Sub-marine. The;over. sub-marine is sunk. * ; Miss* FaWn Nagh left Monday f. (\ Grishani, formerly of this, on the 6:16 o'clock, p. m., passen-city, but who has been residing ger train on the Iron Mountain at Santa Maria, California, for, railroad for Kansas City, where the past seven years, writes it I she will enter The University was his intention to start for. Hospital and Training School for. this place about the 22nd inst. | Nurses. TO SERVE Acceptably AND Pleasantly IS OUR CONSTANT DESIRE THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Resources $135,009.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: I. H. Nakdimen, President. Prpsid.-nl Cily Nal. Bunk. Sinilli. Ark. D. N. Fink, i'u-s Cuinmurciul Nal. Bank, tVliukogee, Okla. J. K. Blake, Vice President J. W. Parnell, Director C. B. Kagy, Cashier J. C. Howell, Asst. Cashier ;

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