The Chattanooga News. (Chattanooga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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The Chattanooga News.
Chattanooga. Comanche County. Oklahoma. Thursday. November 3. 1321.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Beginning THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, and continuing through next week we are going to offer our entire stock of I.adies Suit* Coats, Dreiaw.
Skrts and Hat&; also Misses Coata at
ONE-FOURTH OFF THE REGULAR PRICE
One big lot of Ladies and Misses Coats will be sold «t ONE-HALF Price
Also our entire stock of "DIXIE BOY" Suits will be sol) at ONE FOURTH off the regular price. All the above garment* were marked at very at-
tractive prices and with this extra big disconnt it makes every one a Real Bargain. Buy early and get pick.
Chattanooga Cash Store
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Reserve Association of the United
THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE.
One ->f the most rigid rules of this bank is that all business
transacted with its customers shall be held in strictest confidence.
No person, save in proper authority, i» allowed to view the account
ot anv customer ®f the First National. No one need have knowl-
edge of the fact, or know of your deposit. rlhat is a matter ot'
confidence strictly between yourself and this bank.
Formality is all right in its place, but we have no room for it
here. We want your deposits, and we want you to come to us
whenever we can be of help to you. Our customers are our friends
rather than r.ur clients.
Do you not think the First National is your kind of a bank?
Let's get acquainted.
W. K. BOGAN,
H. L. SHIVELY, Assistant Cashier
TO WARD OFF THE
Elements of Winter
Repair Your House,
Barn and Outbuildings
A COMPLETE ElNE OF
McAlester Fancy Lump Coal
Devoe Paints, Glass & Oils
W. A. Robinson, Mgr.
Chattanooga, Ok la.
Department of Agriculture
To Send Lecturer to the
GOLT SHOW Mr
Some Fine Colts and Other
Good Stock Shown; A
Big Day in Town.
Saturday was Colt Show d»y in
town. A. U. Schumpert, Carl
Carson and J. E. Bobo offered
premiums for the heat colts from
their horses and jacks and ih®
business men made up purses tor
th# beet work tean.s shown.
Follow inn are the winners:
For Schumpert's premiums,
best mule colt, Ira Neal; best
horse colt, R. L. Dooley.
For Carson's premtums,' best
mule e#lt, E. D. Cunningham;
i best horse colt, Jim Easton.
j For Bobo's premiums, best
! colt, J. VV. Randall.
For the beat mule team, Bill
McClary; best horse team, Bill
Richardson; best team of mares,
Tne premium for the best mule
colt in town that day was given
to Ira Neal, and that for the bent
hofse colt to R. L. Dooley.
The merchants made special
prices for the day and some
prizes with bills of goods.
The aluminum set offered by
Chattanooga Cash Grocery was
won by T. A. McDaniel,
The weather was fine, there
was a big crowd in town and
Colt Show day proved k large
one for Chattanooga.
According to word sent out
from Washington, a lecturer sent
out by the Department of Agri-
culture, with moving picture
slides, will be utilized in thecam-
paigh against the boll weevil in
southen Oklahoma. The plans
are now under consideration by
Congressman L. M. Gensman
of the Sixth district of Oklahoma
and officials of the department.
In the south the use af cal-
ceum arsenate has been of great
benefit to cotton farmers in fight-
ing for their crops agaiflst
ravages of this peat. The Okla-
homa congressman was in his
district during the short recess
of congress, and is now spend-
ing a great deal of time in the
department of agriculture with
the view of helping she farmers
| of his district to rid the country
lot this insect.
i The lecturer is expected to be
in Oklahoma this month
K. E. Armitrge left Tuerday
for Dillard oil field.
Mis, Livingston of Muskogee,
Past Grand Matron and Lecturer
0. E. S., met with the local lodge
Tuesday nigat and gave them an
interesting talk. Mrs. N. Pace
and Henry Pace and wife were
down from Lawton to attend the
meeting of the ordsr.
Mrs. Robert Hayter of Laivto
and Mr. R. L. Smith of Los An-
geles, California, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Hyder Sun
day. Mrs. Hayter is a cousin,
and Mr. Smith an old time
friend of Mrs. Hyder.
Safety From Fi re
Your home is protected against- loss by fire, but how
about your money? It is sale if it is in a state bank.
Even should lire destroy (he bank you would lose nothing
The OKLAHOMA DEPOSITORS' GUARANTY LAW
protects the depositors at all times.
1 he sal est thjng any man can do is to save n»on«y.
To those who would practice thrift this barr* offers a mofct
helpful service. We will welcome your account, however
small. While your money is here it will work for you,
earning interest day and night, Sundays and holiday*.
And all the while it will be protected bv the OKLA-
HOMA DEPOSITORS' GUARANTY LAW-the law that
guarantees to the depositor the return of 100 cents on
every dollar lie puts in a State Bank.
"No Depositor llui K»et Lost a Dolliir in y Slate Flunk in
CHATTANOOGA STATE BANK
J. L. COX President, ALVA RINGO Cashier.
Just received 4 casks of Cups and Saucers, Plates, Jugs and Bowls
These dishes will.be sold at pre-war price*—
95 Cents a Set and Up
Atao 250 pieces of Granite Ware. Come and look them over and
get the price on them whether you need any or not.
PHONE 1,17 We pay cash for Product
Mrs. Kerr entertained at din-
ner Tuesday Mesdame3 Livings-
ton, O. D. Hyder, R. B. Pec-
pies and Lucy L. Eeaton, ladies
the^of the Eastern Star order.
Mrs. 0. M. Murray returned
Sunday after a week's treatment
at Southwestern Hospital, Law-
ton. She was much improved.
Crow s Market.
Joseph W. Morris of Snyder,,
Past Grand Master of the Okla-
homa Masonic Lodge, was a vis-,
itor here Tuesday. *
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Johnson of |
Lawton visited Prof, and Mrs.!
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The Chattanooga News. (Chattanooga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1921, newspaper, November 3, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc287287/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.