Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, May 23, 1919 Page: 2 of 10
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRE88 CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA FRIDAY MAY 23 1019.
SHOW WORK DONE
IN C.H.S. MANUAL
A display or work from the man
iinl training department of the
Chickasha hlKh school is now on
exhibit in the fdiow window of the
J. E. Sehow furniture store 410
Included in the display Is a libra-
ry table rocking chair music cabi-
met hall tree sewing cabinet maga-
zine cabinet waste basket foot rest
writing desks etc. Much favorable
comment was heard among -the on-
lookers this morning and it is said
tho school year just closing was one
of 'the most 'successful years since
the manual training department has
been established in rthe local high
school. I'rof. Ford is bend of the
Manual training department.
j.hIy!03 'Mtii Brq-
It! BIT Pun "lopHuin !'! luIul S'U
ADD "HORRORS OF WARFARE"
Familiarity Bad Form.
Iu oillces uud shops where men and
women work together it Is bad form
for workers to iiddrcss each other by
their first names. Men should be care-
ful to nddress woman workers-tin Miss
. Women tdiould not fall Into the
fond luiblt of calling men by their lust
names us llrown or Jones without
prefixing Mr. It Is possible nnd wise
to be friendly without being familiar
or undignified. Kiddy Bye.
Awful to Think Of.
The whale Is wild to yield- a barrel
of milk at n milking. But what hap-
pens to the milker If ehe gets care-
less with her tail?
Try Want Ads for Results.
The mun dressed Jn a little brief au-
thority is generally very proud of hi
apparel. Boston Transcript.
The Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better Than the Weak
You must have Health Strength and En-
durance to fight Colds Grip and Influenza.
When your blood is not In a healthy
condition and does not circulate properly
your system is unable to withstand the
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Fortifies the System Against Colds Grip
and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching
It contains the well-known tonic prop-
erties of Quinine and Iron in a form
acceptable to the most delicate stomach
and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel
iu Strengthening Invigorating Effect 60c
When the Army Captain and the Hos-
pital Nurse Consult the Dic-
I dropped Into n French' hospital
the other day to see If niy men were
nil right. There Is Ihe daintiest H"le
girl In the nlllce. She buzzes around
i.'iiiim;; the books and files mid .Indices
mid things. She Is very nceornmodnt-
iiiii. too. and when the lieutenant doe-
tor who bus a little English. Is not
In she pilots you around Ihe differ-
ent wards. I ild you ever notice an
American when he talks to n foreign-
er anil realizes Hint it does not take?
First he tries shouting at the top of
Ills lungs and then ln trie? talking
very slowly and distinctly. Not so
when a French girl sees that she Is
missing. She seems to feel that If she
keeps on getting closer and coos It. you
somehow just must understand. Now
Isn't that ton absurd? You stand very
Mill so as not to frighten her away
nml look at her out of the corner of
your eye but you don't put your mind
on your business of i.ll the 'mologie-
that might Interest you just then el.
lias the poorest chance.
Of course when I go to Ihe hospital
to see my men I have to llnd out In
the olliee where they till are nnd of
nurse I know the lien'temint doctor's j
dinner hour. I go In and she looks up
mid smiles. I say: "Smith." She says
"Sineelh?" I say "On I." and we both
smile. I say. "John Smith." She says j
"John SmeethV" ! say "Oui" and we j
Millie again. Then she plunges Into n
drawer of well-thumbed cards and In u
moment conies up triumphant with a
bit of piie:heaiil. "Mumps?" says
she which In French sounds like
mumps In English. "On! mumps" say
I mid we fairly beam.
' Sometimes we get a html one like
measles and then we resort to n
dictionary. When you try to talk
through a dictionary you never get
Anywhere if you take It turn about.
You must both look together. One day
we pursued a most elusive word
through a very small dictionary. She
Eot an arm around rny shoulder before
we had captured the third syllable.
You see don't you where going to a
hospital might become a habit? Capt.
Hill P. WIUou In K. U. Graduate
Pretty becoming" comfortable but styl-
ish in every detail of perforation color
and last are these newest of the new in
for summer wearing". - .
Pumps in white kid
white canvass dark
iiniyvii kid lilnck
kid ittid pntetil letifh-
lii'fli nnd low
Oxfords in white kid
Stray brown black
tmede satin black kid
ind patent leal her
igh and low beds.
Everything which makes for appearance or comfort is car-
ried in slock and is added to with every change of Paine
Fashion's whims. Hosiery to inalch every shade of cos-
404 Chickasha Avenue.
1 NOW OPEN FO BUSINESS
p It is economy to always buy the highest grade 1 j
1 product. Therefore auto owners s
Tires and Tubes
Will give you the highest degree of efficiency
and the greatest amount of satisfaction. Every
tire guaranteed and that guarantee backed
- by us.
Vulcanizing and Re-Treading
All Kinds of Tire Repairing
If not in need of new tires or any repair work
see our store and plant and let us become better
y-Erickson Tire Co. i
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will he received by W.
W. Clark clerk of the Hoard of Edu-
cation Bhool district No. 26 Pocas-
et Okla. May 31 1919 for the. erec-
tion and completion of a 7-room brick
and frame school building auditorium
office and gymnasium in strict ac-
cordance with the plans and specifi-
cations as prepared by E. H. Eads
architect Chickasha Okla. Plans
may be had by a deposit of $15 with
the clerk of the Board of Education
at Pocasset Okla. or from the archi-
tect at Chickasha Okla. The board
reserves the right to reject any or
W. W. CLARK
Clerk of Board of Education.
20-10t - Pocasset Okla
Surgootis agree that In cases of
Cuts Burns Bruises and Wounds
Uto first treatment . is most import-
ant. When an efficient Antithetic
is applied promptly there is no
danger of infection and the wound
begins to heal at once. For use on
man or beast Borozono la the ideal
antiapectic and healing agent. Buy
it now and ho ready for an emerg-
ency. Sold by Wren Drug Co.
LET EXPRESS WANT ADS SELL
THAT ARTICLE TOR YOU
There Is more Cntarrh In this (wetlon
of tho country tlinn till other diseases
put together and lor years It waa sup-
posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies mid by constantly failing
to euro with lorul treatment pronounced
It Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease
greatly Influenced by constitutional con-
ditions and therefore requires constitu-
tional treatment. Hali'3 Catarrh Medi-
cine manufactured by F- J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo Ohio Is n constitutional
remedy In taken inter" i" and acts
thru the Blood on tb- XVi-WU Surfaces
of the System. One i-' i . Li' Oollara re-
ward is offered for f. V r kftat Hall's'
Catarrh Medicine tis..' ' Send for
circulars aed iVirftJ" ' j
F. J. CHli.M' tr" i . X :f-W Ohio.
Sold hy ii.ifc!. .
Ha;.'-; rai.i.' wWn.
Condensed Statement of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN
At the Close of Business
May 12. 1919 '
Loans and Discounts $1329072.40
Less Rediscounts 2:18109.41 $1091802.90
United States Bonds to secure Circulation
Stock in Federal Reserve Jank
Furniture and Fixtures - - - 10000.00
Real Estate Owned 71449.97
Interest Earned but not received 1017. 7 i
United States Bonds on hand - $15000.00
Cash with United States Treasurer 10000.00 . -
Cash in Vault and with Banks 250345.00
Liberty Loan Bonds. T 80500.00
Certificates of Indebtedness 20000.00
State Bonds and County Warrants - - 322481.24 704326.40
Undivided Profits -
Dividends unpaid -
Gills Payable with Federal Reserve Bank
Liills Payable with other Banks
Deposits: ' Individuals $1233792.40
Banks - 90253.98
United States. C.C08.26 1
Total ..-.. - - - $2090180.30
The above statement is correct.
F. L. SLUSIIER Cashier.
The above figures show the condition of this Bank. We invito accounts
of all desiring safe conservative and liberal banking connections.
What Does Every
A home of course. It is a most natural desire. Every woman wants to
live iu her own home instead of paying rent to live in somebody else's.
Own Your Home'
You can accomplish that desire to own a home by investing your rent
money instead of giving it away for mere rent receipts. You can do it by
the same plan that you now pay rent. Monthly instalments of $13.33 for
each $1000 originally borrowed will pay for the kind of a home you want.
AETNA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
C. B. March Agent.
209 Tye Building.
SURETY BONDS FIRE AND TOKNADO INSURANCE.
WANTED UNITED STATES LIBERTY BONDS j
Highest prices paid for all issues in any quantities. 1
Where parties hare purchased Liberty Bonds on in-
stallnieuts and desire to sell we will pay off bal-
aiice due thereon and pay you full market differ-
ence in cash. See phone or write 1
Scott Jones j
Over Gribi's Store f
CHICKASHA - . . OKLAHOMA
L. L. HENSLEY Mgr.
206 Chickasha Ave.
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TIME TO FAINT
If you srant the Jbest buy T
( LINCOLN PAINT
: SOLD BY
STt?4ENS0N-BR0WNE LUMBER CO.
Suggestion for a Camping Trip.
Euy a bottlo of Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before
leaving home. As a rule It cannot
be obtained when on d hunting fish-
ing or prospecting trip. Neither can
it bo obtained while on 'board the
cars or steamships and at such
times and pluces it Is ino.it likoly
to be needed. Tho safe way i3 to
have it with -you.
THE PICTURE SHOP
Kodak films nnd pneks developed free
Pictures finishea 3 conts eacni
every plcturo guaranteed to bo as
good as can bo made regardless of
price. Look for tho sign.
THE PICTURE SHOP
40!) ChlcUsba Ave."
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DID YOU EARN THAT MONEY? WELL YOU WORKED
FOR IT DIDN'T YOU? WHY CAN'T YOU PUT SOME
LITTLE PIECK OF IT IN THE BANK EACH PAY DAY
SO THAT SOME DAY IT CAN WORK FOR YOU?
.' YOU WONT ALWAYS BE ABLE TO WORK; EVEN IF
YOU ARE WELL. THEN IT WILL BE A FINE FEELING
TO HAVE THE MONEY YOU BANKED WHILE YOU
COULD WORK WHICH IS NOW. BANK IT.
WE ADD 4 PER CLNT INTEREST.
COME TO OUR BANK
CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller of Currency
i.l the; Close cf Business. (
May 12 1919
Loans .'.. .U:.'.'..:..! ? 024
JJill of Exchange 3.ri
Jonds and Warrant:? 21
United States Bonds - - 109
United States Certificates of Indebtedness GO
Overdrafts - . 1
War Savings Stamps
Stock in Federal Reserve Hank r
Duo from United States Treasury '
Furniture nnd Fixtures
Interest Earned Not Collected .
Cash and Sight 'Exchange -
Total I - - $1452702.70
Capital Stock 100000.00
Surplus (earned) 55000.00
Undivided Profits 137G3.!)S
Circulation A 23800.00
Reserve for Taxes 3210.90
Interest Collected Not Earned 4450.00
Bills Payable . . - 1 100000.00
Bills Re-Discounte-l . - 20G.5G0.00
Deposits w-r - 015971.31
Total - 414527G2.79
The above statement is correct.
WM. II. DONAHUE Vice President.
Attest: F. T. CHANDLER Cashier.
The Bank That Service Built.
We extend to our custom-
ers all the courtesies con-
sistent with sound busi-
ness ... 1
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, May 23, 1919, newspaper, May 23, 1919; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727214/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.