Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 264, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHlCKASHA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 1920.
HEADS COTTON CLUB.
Jladill ('. A. -Rogers was elected
president iiiKl W. II. Lynn secretary
!' the .Marshall county cotton duii
ut a meeting of llii! Oklahoma 'Cot-
ton Growers association. Carl Wil-
liam editor of the Oklahoma Farm-ei-Stockmun
and C. V. Steady nsso-
ciatlon organizer talked to the
Kl Reno F. H. Bninson ' pioneer
citizen ot Muskogee died here
recently. A wife two sinters ami
three brothers are 'bereaved by hi:
What the Sphinx Says
By Newton Newkirk.
s in o I; e
liin nil lin-
p e r feet o
vur or a
smelly old pipe."
li I ..-i.nif
qpainted with the husband and de-
cided to risk a suuti by asking him
"I have been worried about her
admitted the husband. "Site lias 'bean
uway so much ibtit If I asked her
where she bad been it might make
her think i did not absolutely trunt
The lawyer re-united a loving cou-
ple by advising the husband to gi
home and five his wire- a scolding
for her unexplained absences. Boi
Milton a young artist loved Inga
Sonderson a. model so much that he
does not believe he is worthy of her
Hut his trust was not sufficient w
encompass the fact that lie saw her
entering a man's apartment with
her arms around the man himself '.ii
the early hours of a morning.
The reason for this situation with
the events leading up ;. it and how
Inga and Bob both found happiness
Is the story told by Norma Talniad'to
i'l "The Woman (Jives" which Is the
attraction at the Sug theatre today.
If It Is a Bilious Attack.
Take three of ('liaufberlairi's Tail-
lets and a quick recovery is certain.
If your bowels do not act regularly
yon feel uncomfortable and the lout;
it this condition exists the worse yoti
feel. To put an end to the miseiy.
take Herbine. It purifies the bowels
restores energy and cheerful spirits
Trice (iOc. Sold by Wren Drug Co.
YOUNG HUSBAND CAUSES
TROUBLE BY TOO MUCH
TRUST IN PRETTY WIFE
She Thouul.t His Love Was Gone
Because He Did Not Act
Curious About Absence.
Supremo trust is regarded as being
the greatest proof of trim lovo but it
ia apt to cause mischief if it is per-
sisted In loo far. A prominent lawyer
in New York tells u story of a wom-
an who came to him seeking a sepa-
ration from- her husband to whom
she had wed less than a year. Know
ing that she had almost idolized her
husband at the time of the marriage
the lawyer inquired carefully into
the reasons. .
"I love him more than ever" said
the young wife sobbing "but he
cares l otliing for mo. He is inter-
ested in nothing I do. Last night I
stayed over at a friend's house until
nearly midnight just to see if he
didn't care a little bit and when 1
came In he never even asked m
where I had 'been."
The lawyer was also personlly ac-
l .Aktft&' ilaf -v' 'Tr"ilil'riTiltjiiiW m Villi
All work guaranteed. Acetylene
welding a specialty. Call or write
Phone PBX 1030 or care
rk -x 'tot sm-
Helming making overj
ladies suits new waist:
band in skirts long:
coats made into new
style coatees. I
Cleaners and Dyers j
Opposite Post Office j
Phone 195. . i
Eczema Can Be Ccred
Zanaal lia brousrlit relief to
Uiuuwutilii and cured thousands
morn. The first application of this
white dorlea coolln xootliliiK
preparation prov ita wonderful
Zc-naal U ttia result of year of
litHu hv aiwliilittt
If you have the dry. acaly erup- fit
tlon ak for Dry Zinna.1. Jf you
have the watery akin ask for
bold by live drufeglata every-
where. Liberal Jar for 75 tta.
lb Zensal Co. of Oklahoma City Okla.
Nela Darling. Pleat.
OWL DRUG STORE
Money without question
U HUNTS Salve falli
"re"inent of ITCH fCZBMA.
RINGWORM. TBTTKR or
other ttchins akin disease.
Xrf a 7$ cent box at our rlttk.
Turkey tracks in the ofi'ing Tliati ksri v-
itifr's just three weeks from today tiuie'l'or
yon to make tracks for our store. Von will
i'iml something to lie thankful for in the cx-
'Citioiially stroit": values which we tire I'ea-
t uriiif? in suits overcoats hats f.-hoes un.
derwear in fact any article in the house.
DON'T PHONE !
when your glusses Blip. off anil. break
send the broken pieces to us ml
get new lenses quickly or let uk
equip your eyeglasses with a mount
ing that will prevent their slipping off.
Carr's Optical Parlor
42b" Chickasha Ave.
Phone 'W for. Appointments.
It's never too late to save your
sole at Jltirry-l'p Shoe Shop. We
carry a complele line of .shoe ac-
. SHOE SHOP
206 South Fourth St.
..n-a.-.tiMiiUKh... h 1.1-wiwrwMnt'w tijut- 'M1tt liH"aat yiat'i Ttlil ' fltTW' M T T 1 ll"" " til iffil ti'lilTtr tl I ll llTi'!
Do not be- deceived by cans containing syrup that might look in color
and appearance like Karo. Every can of the original Karo bears this mark :
on the label.
N- Look for this label it is your protection both for Quality and fall
weight cans. And remember there is no substitute for Karo.
Order it by the name "Karo." One Quality three flavors. Which do
you like best? - '
The ideal syrup for every use
for cooking baking candy mak-
ing and preserving. Many prefer
it as a spread for cakes biscuits
'''yi' .ahg'qpi iljillj
The standard of all table syrups.
Also for cooking baking and-
candy making. Light. brown
eoler delicious flavor a heavy
- WALLACE BROJIERACF CO.
Local Sulem Rt"rBntativm
Oklahoma C...y Okla.
1 1 m
Ml i Bfl -. i . v ' .r
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GREEN Karo ;
For those who appreciate the
tempting flavor of real maple
sugar syrup. Very moderate ki
price absolutely pure. The
makers of Karo Maple are the
world's largest users of the high-
est grade inaple sugar. Over
thousand tons used annually.
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL HANK
' ; CIiickuNha Oklahoma.
At the Close of Hiisiness September 8 1020.
Loans and Discounts J ;"ll9"!).(itf
U. IS. Jionds
Bonds amtnts and .Securities
Banking House aud Fixtures .
Stock of Federal IJesene Bank
Bills of Exchange $!)0.7!):.!)()
Cash and Sijrlit. Exchange .1 . 12L'H(i(i01 213n."!).f)l
Surplus .. 2()!o(lO.OO
Undivided Profits U.lS'i.l!)
The above statement is correct ROY C. SMITH Cashier.
Directors J. II. St inc. T. II. Ihvyer Koy C. Smith J. A. lfose "Win.
I). Dwyer D. S. Downey L. 1). Jlayor J. L. liurtscbi.
Condemed Statement of the
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the.CJose of Business
r Sept. 8 1920.
Loans and riisciiunta .
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Furniture and Fixtures .
Real Estate Owned
Interest Earned but Not Collected
Cash with U. S. Treasurer $0400.00
Cash in Vaults and with Banks 424228.75
Liberty Loan Bond 08050.00
Bills of Exchange :. H4.C38.18
County and City Warrants 77530.09
State Bonds aud Securities 288025.00
Circulation . r .
BilJs 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 the resources of this bank shows its distinctiveness
as a Commercial Bank.
Business Relations Invited. r
The Oklahoma National Bank
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller of Currenry at the close
of Business on Sept. 8 1920.
Loans and Discounts $1020422.93
U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness
U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation
Bonds and Warrants
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Interest. Earned Not Collected
Furniture and Fixtures
Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE 567064.44
Capital Stock $100000.00
Undivided Profits .'
Interest Collected Not Earned
Reserved for Taxes
Rediscounts and Bills Payable
Circulation . ...
The above statement is correct F. T. CHANDLER V. Pres.
ATTEST C. B. TURNER Cashier.
THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILT.
Every houicwitc should pos.trss a eot
of the beautifully illustrated 4-pattl
Corn TroJucts Cook Book. FREE.
Write today to Corn Products Jieftning
Company P. O. Box 161. New York.
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 . 1932.37
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19000.00
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 4500.00
U. S. Bonds $114800.00
Bills pf'Exchauge 63209.74
Cash Exchange 195688.83 373698.57
FOR EVEKY PURPOSE '
; TOTAL $1242320.11
Surplus - 1 50000.00
Circulation . 47.750. no
Profits ."- 14.933.1?
Bills Vayable . 40.000. oo
Rediscounts . 35.348.76
Reserved for Taxes 3. 106. S3
DEPOSITS - - 9S1.1S7.."4
TOTAL - $1242326 11
Our large capital and surplus is a sound foundation. Our officers are
seasoned hankers who are constantly alive tt changing financial condition.1.
We and our customers are one big family each eag'-r to see the other
thrive. Join us. -
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 264, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 4, 1920, newspaper, November 4, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728805/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.