Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 157, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY JULY 1
Train for Antwerp
U!y Joli" IX) Griimll United I'rcss
Lisbon. Juno 10. (Hy mail.) TIh
Voi-tURtiese commil toe for the Olym-
pic games is working hard no that
this r(jHr"t' fli f lj't "ol represented
at Anient Vnh
Among others tho shooting team
is cnlliiisiiistirtilly training. On uc-
roiint of tlid severe control which is
uiudo il is certain thaL the tram
selected out of all the candidates
will be constituted by the unost ;x-
cellcnt men Portugal now nan.
There will lie six tests 'before the
final selection. After the first test
there will be twenty shooters taken
In this number being reduced alter
Ci'ch of the other five tests ot keep
seven who will form lite team.
In the provinces the shooters are
lifaining hard. too. and some results
is very likely I
the team for
I wei i v
include ni"ii of Lisbon
men i 1 1 1 : : 1 1
'al;a. be tal
Is are lor i
It seems that t lu-
ll n i shout inn will
lor pistol shouting
judging from the results obtained so
The eoiunilMee has just announced
lite selecting lexis will begin early in
Jijly (he sliool ers baviig to leave
I!: boa ill H.if f!elolil. lim clbocal23l
Lisbon in sufficient tini" to he aide
ill Antwerp to train a little on the
spot and gel used to the Iiie there
al.-io to ta.lu; the necessary rest be-
fore the competition t begin. The
i-oiiiiuillcc points out thi'.t such a
-aciifice as sending men to Antwerp
would not he of any use f they were
not in best shape to show what they
really can do. Therefore the arms
.and material v.'ill perhaps be sent to
Antwerp before hand or the shoot
its will take them along themselves
lo I'.void tiny loss or confusion.
hicKa:;li:i bc.seball fan:; and bu t-
lie".; men nave oi;;aiii"d an as-ioi ia
lion lo iurther baseball In this city'
tind for no other purpose. 'I he hoaru
of direclors Clint ('. Steinherger. j
Dr. A. II. Leeds Dr. II. (.'. Antic K.
V. Wren iiud Otis J. Ilallowell. Is
i-if; without iay and is dolus '
everything in its power to shape the
silution n and get a winning ha'l
'team for Chichanfia for the la it lial. j
of Ibe !;ea-;on. which op.1!!.' lo.nor-
row. The board meir.iie; y. are doing j
that purely for the love of the sport
ami lo keep Chickasha on the map.
A : -co: (liny to the usual run in the
has-ball world if liter.' are UO'.m fans
in a town. Here are just "(I'll! peopb-
who want lo tell the mun:;cr how:
le- choiild via the liall team. Chick- '
iisUa ians should ' smotlier whatever j
detiire tliey miglit have at any tiiiv!
t'.aring this season to tell this board
how to run the baseball business at- !
lairs of Chickaslu'.. It is evident tbet
a majority of the fans at the mass
.meeting thought these were the five
men in Chi.'i.aslia to handie the : it
nation as they vero elected by point.;
The Enid Hpecial hex "blown up'
for the reason that lie equipment Is !
not i.vailable hut that need not keep j
Chickasha faun from going to Enid I
to give tho team the glad hand j
They can leave here early Sunday j
morning on the regular train mid ret j
back that night and fare will be the j
same as it would have been on the i
Another tiling. The Uilckasha
team it crippled. Outfielders arc
plcying infield and pitching. The
team Is fighting like wildcats be-
cause the players are for Cliiekusha
and for the hoard of directors. Ned
Pettigrow is manager and the play-
ers like him. The fans and the hoard
as well should refrain from "riding"
Neil or any player at this time.
A ball player is as temperamental
as a movie queen. It you nth 'em
the wrong way they won't play hall
They'll pout and a general "crab-
bing" bee among themselves will re-
sult. There's nothing at this time
to ride anyone about. The players
have been doing their best and Pot-
tigrew has had his hands more than
full as he Is handling all business
details of the club as well -as direct-
x h J( "ill
-like om rides P Drinks
. - V
The lim:- In take up changes or
recommendal ions Is after tho ti-u'r
getH home. Fans and board should
go to Enid and greet the team with
the gli il hand and I lie glad
j . Jt' m
b Distributed by
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A child can't get Btrong and robust
whllo worms eat uway its strength j
land vitality. A Uo.se or two of I
'White's Cream Vermifuge puts th.ij
! little one on ils feet again. Price'!
.'lac. Sold by Wren Drug Co.
iir - ru n -it-a ft- nrai
M. Friedlander ' I
p. 1. ...
Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush
so carefully guarded their quality
and purity that even the littlest tots will
thrive upon f their harmless delicious-
ness.TYour physician will tell you this.
And ThovvTtheTchildren like
: rt - i "... i -t v. V fe-- J'-
This Case Has a Hint for Many
A Chickasha woman
Dean's Kidney Pills.
She has found them as represent-
ed. She wishes her neighbors to know.
She publicly recommends them.
No need to look further for a test-
ed kidney remedy.
The proof of merit is here anil can
Profit by the statement of Mrs. II.
S. Kimball. 4U!) Minnesota Ave. She
says: "On many occasions when I!
have felt run down and have had u
dull spell of languor due to my kid j
nevs 1 have used Ooan s Kidney
Pills and each time I have found
them a reliable medicine. The re-
lief they have brought has been last-
ing." Price title at till dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Kimball had. Foster-Milhurn
Co. Mfrs. Buffalo N. V. Adv.
n nrl oriri4 aro X7f.4a 5
them! &They are the drinks
the kiddies dream about. All
their tempting flavor and fraf
grance come from the delicate
oil pressed from the fruit itself
combined by the exclusive
Wp rd process with purest sugar
and citric ' acid the natural
acid of citrus fruits.
in bottles or at fountains
Prepared hr Orance-Cruoh Co. Chicago
Laboratory; Lot Aogelct
domed in (jmcKasna u
unicknsha Eottlir.g a.-.d Cream'v U
6ni frr hool. 7e 5cory
of Orar te-Gjh. "
Condensed Statement of
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Business May 41920 '
Loans and DiHcotints '
U. S. ISoikIs --
Treasury Certificates of indebtedness
Warrants and Setmrities
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
hanking House and Fixtui'e
Hills of Exchange --
Cash and sight exchange
i uil(l) VHK'tl 1 1'OJlls
The above statement is correct
Condensed Statement Of the
THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK
At the Close of
Loans and Discounts
?! 0. S. Bonds to secure circulation
i Stock in Federal Reserve Batik
iCtirnituro and Fixtures
Real Estate owned
LI. S .Bonds on hand
Gash with U. S. Treasurer
Cash in Vault with banks
Ubetty Loans Bonds
Bills of Exchange
County and City warrants 1720. VJ
State Bonds and Securities 212.325.00 11.512.!)
Total - - $2322830.21
Deposits United States
The above statement is correct.
The character ot the resources ot
i Commercial Bank.
Business relations invited.
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller of Currency at the
close of business on May 4 1920
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts . ;
j iJ. S. Certificates of Indebtedness
. (1. S. Libly Loan Bonds
j il. S. Bonds tc secure Circulation
! ftonds and Warrants
Kederal Reserve Bank stock
Interest earned not collected
Furniture and Fixtures .
Redemption Fund with U. f Tremuiror.
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE ...
I'npital Stock 100000 00
Surplus earned -i 65000.00
Undivided Profits 17278.0'
Interest collected not earned . 9699.91
fjeservo for taxes ' 2342.43
The abovo statement Is correct.
ATTEST C .B. Turner Cannier.
The Bank that Service Built
with each of our SAVINGS depositors.
Each month shows a gain and its bear-
ing interest at 4 per cent compound in-
. &00(X) 00
KOVr C. SMITH Cashier.
Business May 4 1920
1867.63 1854.1 1 0.29
this bank shows ils distinctiveness as
F. T. CHANDLER. Vice resident.
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 157, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1920, newspaper, July 1, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728077/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.