Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 252, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA' DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1020.
Japan's W.C. f. V.
Tries Bar Geisha
Tokyo. (By Mall). Jupun is booh
to be the scene of a battle of wom-
an. The W. V. T. IT. assembled In
convention at Karulzawa the popu-
lar summer resort where each year
foreputher millionaires anil nilssion-
nrles to escape the' heat of the dog
(lays have thrown down a challenge
to the geisha and have' decided to
do their host to elimlnatu this fa-
DKiiiH feature of life In the Land ol
To make a start the convention de-
rided that It would hereafter offi-
cially frown on allowing geisha U
he present at any entertainment
given foreigners declaring that while
the guileless stranger sees In these
social butterflies only atrtaotive
girls decouroiiKly entertaining guests
ho is blissfully Ignorant of "the evil
Influence on the homes in Japan
which this system involves."
It Is without doubt true that mmny
a good wife weeps hitter tears .be-
cause hw lord and master finds the
attractions or the teahouse greater
than those fo his family circle and
while many geisha as a matter ot
fact entirely virions it is true that
many others are by no means aus-
tere. It Is estimated that there are some
500(10 gelsliu in Japan and they
form such an Indispensable feature
of all Japanese parties of a social
nature that is is certain that no mat-
ter how strenuous the opposition to
them be they will not have to worry
seriously about it for many a year.
BUILDING IN MEXICO.
Uy United PrA.
Can Antonio Tex. Oct. 21 A
building boom has struck Mexico
with the advent of the first real
peace the inhabitants have experi-
enced In many years Judging by re-
ports reaching building contractors
Practically every city of more than
ten thousand people has reported
much building' activity.
Contractors have been asked for
bills on paving drainage systems
factories and railroad reconstruction
tliey report. Cities In tooth North
and South Mexico are building as
they have never built ibefore tho
Mexican Trade Bureau of the local
Chamber of Commerce reports.
Express Want AQ Brine ' Result
Improve Your Digestion.
If you nave week digestion eat
sparingly or .meats let ut leaBt five
hours elapse between tneuls eat
nothing betwen meals. Drink an
abundance of water. Take one of
Chamberlain's Tablets immediately
after supper. Do this and you will
improve your digestion.
"APillow for the bocty
Are You a Gambler?
Is may be vise to defer buying that homo till niter the election
nuil then iiRiiin it may be otherwise. Has it occurred to you that
Ms soon as oil territory surrounding Cliickaslia is proven present val-
ues will double over night.
f) rooms and bath on South Sixth street lot T.'jxltJ.")
$ 100 cash balance long time easy terms.
4 rooms on pavement within three blocks of postolTiee $2100
7 rooms modern finished in Tennessee poplar in exclusive
South ILill district a home de luxe $b'0(l(). Some terms.
THE "HOME" MAN
310 1-2 Chickasha Ave. Chickasha Okla.
phone 7'i Residence plume
What Sealy Means. To You.
EE: The Sealy Label on u mattress is giiartiutee that r
the tnanijlaeturers have made the mattress as good aa EE-
EE) the mattress can be made.
Your restless nights and weary hours can be turned
EES into solid comfort by a Sealy because it is "a sleep per- j
I W. G. OWEN I
I F U RN 1 T U RE I
117 So. Third " Phone 385
For Your Protection!
Do not accept any syrup for Karo
that doesn't bear this mark:
This is your protection
for original Karo Quality.
There is a Karo for every fancy-
three kinds. Which do you like
The standard of all table syrupg.
Also for cooking baking and candy
making. Light brown color deh-
ciousflavor; a heavy boded syrup.
The Ideal Syrup for every use
for cooking baking candy making
and preserving. Many prefer it
as a spread for cakes biscuits
For those who . appreciate the
tempting flavor of real maple
syrup. Very moderate in price
absolutely pure. The makers of
Karo Maple are the world's Iar
gest user9 of the highest grada
maple sugar. Over a thousand
tons used annually.
Two Hundred Million
Cans Sold Last Year
The three different kinds
of Karo are the choice of
the American Family
A MORE hearty endorsement of the
. purity wholesomeness and economy
of a syrup is impossible The preference
of the intelligent housewives of America is
unanimously for Karo
There is a Karo for every fancy three
kinds. Which do you like best? Read tha
descriptions to the left
Every housewife should possess
a copy of the beautifully illus-
trated 64'Page Corn Products
Cook Book. FREE. Write today
to Com products Refining Com-
pany. P. O . lioxldl. NewYork.
WALLACE BROKERAGE CO.)
Local Sales Rnpreaentativm
Oklahoma City Okla.
Ease the pam ut a rheumatic at-
tack by u rubbing uplicatlon of Bal-
lard's Snow Liniment. It relieves ten-
derness and strengthens the joint
Three sizes 30c oOe and 91.20 per
bottle. Sold by Wrenn Drug Co.
S. C. DURBIN
206 New Tye Building
f hone 129
ford Bond Alger Melton i: Adrian Melt'
Bond Melton & Melton
Booms m. 410. 411. Mew First National
' iBank BuiW'na
"" J. ROYORR
Office in Courteous. "
Diagiioiii and Internal Mediciie.
First National Bank Building.
DR. L. E. EMANUEL
Office 308 First National Bank.
Office phone 580 j ' residence 583
mrs. R. r. McGregor
Hemstitching Picoting Braiding
and Button Holes.
At Gribi'i store.
Res. Phone 538.' Office I'Ihu.o 503
JOHN C. MILLIKE N
County Surveyor of Grady County.
City Engineer of Chicks iba.
Office: City Hall
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
We absolutely stop leaks in anj
roof shingles tin or paper.
M. L. SMITH Phone 1341.
WALLACE BROKERAGE CO.
Local Sales Representative
V Oklahoma City Okla.
The Great American
Sweet for Every
The Leader at .
Leading Grocers .
Cured without surgery. Ho paU
cutting sloughing or deten-
tion from business.
DR. G. R. GERARD
- ' ll's' ll" 1
MINNETT OPTICAL CO.
For eye ' comfort let us make
your glassy. Our reputation is
508 First National Bank Bklg.
I The Rcxall Store
Simouizing and polishing a
AUTO LAUNDRY & GARAGE
Phone U.l 219 N. 4th St.
Obstetric Nursing a Specialty.
5 Years Experience. Best
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
. At the Close of Business September 8 1920.;
Loans and Discounts - $.11959.08
Overdrafts : . 2511.41
U. S." Bonds g 5()()(KI.0()
Bonds Warrants and Securities 77254.94
Banking House and Fixtures 20135.87
Stock of Federal IJeserve Bank .l.oOO.OO
Real Estate 910' 13
Bills of Exchange if 90.793.90
Cash and Sight Exchange 122800.01 213059.91
The above statement is correct -KOY C. SMITH Cashier.
Directors J. II. St inc. T. II. Dw.yer Roy C. Smith J. A. Rose Wra
E. Dwyer I). S. Downey L. D. Mayor J. L. Burtschi.
Condansed Statement of the
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' Chickasha Oklahoma
At theCloe of Buslneaa
Sept. 8 1920.
koana and Discounts .r . .
Overdrafts . ' ;
U. S. Bunds to secure circulation
Stock In Federal Iteserve Bunk
Kurulture and Fixtures
Real Estate Owned
Interest Earned but Not Collected
Cash wltli U. S. Treasurer $0
Cash In Vaults uild with BankB 424
Uberty Loan Bonda 68
pills ot Exchange 114
County and City Warrants 77
State Bonds and Securities 288
Capital . i 1
Undivided Profits (
Circulation . - 1
Bills payable with the Federal Reserve Bank Liberty Bonds-
Deposits Individual .$1660852.63
Deposits Banks : 57101.44
Deposits United States 797.00 1718751.07
The above statement is correct F. L. SLUSHER Cashier.
The charrcter of tho resources of this bank sows its distinctiveness
is a Commercial Bank.
Business Relations Invited.
. NO.- 9938. ' '"
The Oklahoma National Bank
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller of Currenry at the close
of Business on Sept. 8 1920.
Loans and Discounts $1
U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness -j
V. S. Liberty Loan Bonds .T
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation
Bonds and Warrants ...... x. :
Federal Reserve Bank Stock .
Interest Earned Not Collected .
Furniture and Fixtures .
Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer .
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE
Capital Stock $100000.00
Surplus Earned 75000.00
Undivided Profits 18490.85
Interest Collected Not Earned w 7600.00
Reserved for Taxes ... 804.29
Rediscounts and Bills Payable 144198.00
Circulation . - 24000.00
DEPOSITS . 1417847.58
The above statement Is correct F. T. CHANDLER. V. Pres.
ATTEST C. B. TURNER Cashier.
THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILT.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications na they cannnt reach
the dist-aaed portion of th' ear. There la
only one way to cure catnrrhal aeafneaa.
ana thut ;a by a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Dralneaa la caud by an in-
flamed condition of the nuicoua lining of
the Kuatachlan Tube. W'hen'thla tube IS
Inflamed you hnve a rumbling sound or im-
perfect hearing and when It la entirely
closed. Deafness is the result. Vnleaa the
Inllammulton can be reduced and this tube
restored to ita normal condition hearing
will be destroyed forever. Many cases cf
deafneea arc caused by catarrh which la
an inflamed condition of tho mucoue aur-
faces. Hall's Catarrh fedlclne acta thi'u
the blood on th mucous aurlaces ina
Vo -will give One Hundrrd Dollars for
any case of Catarrhal Deafness that car.net
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine cir-
culars fre. All nniprjlsts 7."c
J. C'UliJiSl A CO.. Toledo. Ki '
Condensed Statement of
THE CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA.
At the Close of Business Sept. 8 1920.
Loans and Discounts '. $792051.11
Overdrafts . i - -.-- 1932.37
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19000.00
Warrants . - 51144.06
Federal Reserve Bank Stock - - - - 4500.00
U. S. Bonds - $114800.00
Bills of Exchange 63209.74
Cash Exchange - 195688.83 373.C98.57
TOTAL - $1242326.11
Capital - $100000.00
Surplus . - - ' 50.ooo.oti
Circulation - - 47750.00
Profits - 14933.18
Bills Payable - 40000.00
Rediscounts j 35348.76
Reserved for Taxes ' 3106.8:i
DEPOSITS - . 951.1S7.34
TOTAL ..r - - .$1242320.11 1
Our large capital and surplus is a sounu tounuaiion. uur onicers are
seasoned bankers who are constantly alive to changing financial conditions.
We and our customers are one big family each eager to see the other
thrive. Join us. V4
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 252, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1920, newspaper, October 21, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727322/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.