The Chattanooga News. (Chattanooga, Okla.), Vol. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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The Chattanooga News
Chattanooga. Comanche County, Oklahoma, Thursday, February 10. 1321.
New Spring Oxfords & Pumps
We have just received a shipment of the newest styles in Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords.
We will be glad to show you these, and you will find the price about one-half what you
paid last season.
Chattanooga Cash Store
I. n r
r.-T NATIONAL BANK
Member Fe leral Reserve Association of the United
WE ARE HP, RE TO STAY
/This Bank is not. in business for a month or a year, but
is n permanent pirt of this community.
A HOME BANK
dedicated to the best interests of its Friends and Neighbors;
backed by hone men, who have at heatt. the welfaie ol
this section, and in every way fteking tlm'^h fetvice,
Courtesy and Accommodation to n>ale this In^tilulion cne
of vital import in tlie future betteiment of tins City, Sec-
tion and State.
W. 15. BOGAN. Cashier.
H. L. SHIVELY, Assistant Cashier
Loving Cup as
Our car of RED STAR flour, bran
and shorts has arrived
Our Cut Price Sale on groceries,
dry goods and shoes still in effect
THE CiTTiON «• GO.
Geo, F. Qut*;Pmli, Prop.
Oklahoma City, Feb. 8—Gov-
ernor Robertson will give a sil-
ver loving cup to the winning
schooo in the modern Health
Crusade tournament February
16 to April 20.
More than forty counties have
enlisted schools in the tourna-
ment according to Henriette
Hart, ciusader executive of the
Oklahoma Public Health Asscia-
tion. Great enthusiasm in the
crusade is being evidenced in all
| parts of the state, and it is ex-
pected competition for honors
Credits in the tournament will
be based on the percentage of
children in each school perform-
ing part or all of the health cru
sade chores. Attractive crusade
banners will be awarded by the
Oklahoma Public Health Associa
lion to the winning schools. The
toum ment has the unqualified
| endorsement of 11 H. Wilson,
state superintendent of schools.
To Be Worn by Members of
American Legion jn
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 8.-
On the lapel of every member of
thi Air.e ican Legion in Oklaho-
! ma, as well as in every other
part of the world, will appear a
blood red poppy on Memorial
day according to plans being
made by state officials of the
American Legion as announced
here today. The poppies will be
worn on May thirtieth in memory
of the gallant American soldiers
who lost their lives in the poppy-
grown fields of France.
! Millions of red silk poppies are
being made by the American and
French Children's League lor
Legiuuaires. Legion posts will
j send their orders for poppies for
! all membhrs to Madam Isabelle
Mack, 238 East Tenth street,
j Indianapolis, Indiana, before
February 28 so that delivery may
be made in ample time.
Each poppy is to cost 10 cents
and all the money obtained by
the league is to be devoted to
helping French and American
war orphans. Payment is to be
made to the treasurer of the so-
ciety, Robert H. Tyndall, who is
also national treasurer of the
In addition to the local memo-
rial services which are to beheld
in every community in the state
which has a post of the American
Legion the veterans will under-
take the tremendous task of dec
orating the grave of every Amer-
ican soldier now sleeping on Bel-
gian, French, English or German j
The red poppy which will be
worn by every member of the
American Legion on Memorial |
day was chosen as the national
memorial flower of the organiza-
tion at the second annual con-
vention at Cleveland.
. 'lout-Manc visllreured
IN A STATE BANK
Most men carry insurance, They insure their
lives, their houses and their household goods.
But how many men stop to think if their money
If your moneyjis deposited in a state I k it is
insured by the DEPOSITORS' -Ctl >'ANTY
LAW. Thi* gives insurance apnii • from
fire, wiod, robbery and dishonesty. .'or it a
bank should fail from these or any oiiie causes,
depositors would be paid immediately r.i. in full
from the STATE GUARANTY FUND.
Put your money where it is insured. Open an
account with us. You will know then .ih t it is
"No Depesitor Has Kvei Lost a Dollar in i
?ri ■ . hank in
J. L. COX President, ALVA R) Cashier.
another srau u
A HOT PRICE
1 Gallon Apples wi»®5c now 50c
1 gallon Poyollup apples wrs 7">c now 65c
1 gal Saxet Blackberries was $1.15 now 1.05
1 gal R B M " wus $1.85 now 1.20
I gallon Plum Mutter was80c no« 70c
1 gallon Apricots whb 90c now 75c
1 gal's i Pineapple was 95c now 85c
We Pay Cash for Produce
Plione 137 Prompt Deliver)
Off Soon for the
Mr. O. M. Murray, buyer for
the Chattanooga Cash Store, ex-
pects to leave in a few days for
St. Lonis to buy spring and sum-!
This store, by intensive adver- j
lising and low prices, has been
able to close out practically all of;
their winter goods and the man-
Mi s. E F. McGee is reported j agement states that they are now
seriously ill at her home on rural j ready to go into the markets and
route5. She has been in bad buy new, clean merchandise at
health Tor some time past, but | the much lower prices.
until recently was thought to be
WE PAY CASH
Spring is again the winner,
I J. N. Pace and son, Henry, of j
| Liwton were business visitors in |
'tow Tuesday and Wednesday.
top prices guaranteed
Grow s Market.
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The Chattanooga News. (Chattanooga, Okla.), Vol. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1921, newspaper, February 10, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc287162/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.