Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 166, Ed. 1 Monday, July 14, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKA8HA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKA8HA OKLAHOMA MONDAY JULY 14 1919.
July 19th to August 2nd
Her Quiet Ways
Bjr VICTOR REDCLIFFE
(Copyright 1U16. by W i tern Niwapapu Union.)
He nrvor forgot tlio tew lively nl-
most riotous wurfcs tlwit followed his
grnduuTlon. Ix'.sli Wurrai hud won
Hie host college prizes. Ills father
wtis more tlinn ready to start him In
business In n good way. And there
was Norma Waldron!
Succeeding ilie period of vacation
and festlvlly awarded hy his student
friends there had como a week spent
Bt linzehvood tlio palatial country
lioino of Iho W'aldrons. Ahout u se-
lected dozen were Invited. Norma and
her closest collect! girl friend's wero
the hostesses and from the start Leslie
had heen attracted hy Norma and at
tlio finish it was pretty generally he-
lleved (hat tliero would he a match.
Norma was a veritable madcap. It
never occurred to Leslie that Ids staid
omlnenlly conservative parents would
never receive as prospective daughter-In-hiw
a romp a mere butterfly of
flaslilness folly and mischief. Tho
practical phase of marriage ho had
neer paused to consider. It was tlio
lost evening of his visit when ho man-
ni;ed to get Norma alone to himself.
"Norma" he said "there Is some-
Ihlng 1 must tell you before we part."
She slipped from his caress and
moved away witli tantalizing swift-
ness and grace.
"Don't spoil It all I" fdia responded.
"Walt till we meet again."
"But when?" he remonstrated.
1 "Very soon I promise It. Then you
shall tell me all your troubles."
"Troubles ! Von mean the cause
of my alternate delirious hopes and
Miickest despair 1"
"Listen they are coming. They
will be here In n few moments. Kulli
(Hidden lias Invited mo to spend n
week at Oakhurst. You know her
brother Percy well. I will so arrange
It that you too shall be there during
my stay. Is not that enough to sus-
tain your hopes anil banish your
despair my loyal and trusted cheva-
lier?" And then she Hilled away n daz-
zling sprite and Leslie felt as though
the rarest gifts of the gods were his
of n verity. Oh ! ho was sure he had
found unending happiness anil bo
was still more certain of It when Ter-
ry (Hidden met him one day and said
to him :
"This next week of yours belongs
to my sister Ruth and Norma Wttl-
(lron. Of course we can count on you"
and Leslie Hushed slightly at the suro
Intimation that his friend was owaro
of his attachment for Norma. "You
sew Norma is so used to excitement
and variety and lots of company that
It would he pretty dull for her down
nt Oakhurst. My sister Is tlio dear-
est loveliest being In tlio world but
her quiet ways are In very strong con-
trast to the Hashing dashing methods
of our charming Norma."
The thought of meeting Norma nnd
of having her all to himself greatly
relieved Leslie. During that Interven-
ing week however he had heen n
good deal disturbed with rumors that
his capricious ladylove was actios
the flirt ami coiiudie. There was a
Ihishy stranger who was said to bu
paying her unusual ntlenllon.
Leslie knew I'ei-ey (Hidden well
his sister llulh only slightly. When
he reached (lakhurst and was driven
along lis pii"t si reds It seemed good
to him to experience a certain restful
calm after the arduous social activity
that hail become continuous nnd
wearisome. Somehow the old-fashioned
home of the (Hlildelis presented
n haven of rest fulness. There was
a severe disappointment at the start
"Sorry Leslie" Percy (Hidden told
him "lint Norma Is not coming until
next week seme important engage-
ments Is her plea. Do you think y in
c". en i ok" T oa.i S in ur
can stand .
"(live me a hummock and a hook
and I'll be tho very peacefulest being
In the world Percy" declared Leslie.
A grand old placo It was Indeed
and within twenty-four hours It
seemed as though a salutary spell was
cast over the volatile spirits of tho
guest. He had always known that
Ituth with her quiet ways was a
strong contrast to Norma but now
as those quiet ways accorded with the
sweet soothing poacof illness of her
environment Leslie began to take an
Interest In her that absorbed him.
(iracious gentle almost queenly In
her quiet girlish dignity when ho was
not in her presence a strango new In-
fluence seemed to havo come Into his
What was It now surroundings tho
fever of excitement subdued by cnlin
and wholesome environment Or was
It an uprising of genuine love quench-
ing the lltfu! flash of fancy? Leslie
Kecmed to have entered upon a new
life. The house Its occupants all na-
ture appeared In harmony complete
with rational enjoyment and Leslie
was sorry when that week neured Its
lie was uneasy. He was almost
I ptcd to leave Oakhurst not car-
ing to again meet the old Idol of his
beams. Then opening a newspaper
:hat bad just come by mall he read
jn account of the elopement of Norma
Wnldron with the man who had onco
i roused his jealousy.
Ills spirits were rapt nnd Joyous as
u realized the news lie was free
f he had ever heen otherwise free
o woo and win the woman whose loss
ivolild have shadowed all his life.
(First Published July 10 1919.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES-
TATE. STATE OF OKLAHOMA
In the county court.
In tho matter of tho guardianship
of Lucilo Major Lois Major Janelle
Major and Maplo Juno Major minors.
No. 994 .
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO
ALL ' PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATES OF LUCILE
MAJOR LOIS MAJOR JANELLE
MAJOR AND MAPLE JUNE MA-
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned guardian Florence E. Ma-
jor will under and in pursuance of
an order of the county court of Gra-
'day county Oklahoma made and en-
tered on the 7th day of July 1919 of-
fer for sale and sell at public sale
all of the right title Interest and
estate of said Lucile Major Loii-
Major Janelle Major and Maple
Jno Major minors In and to the
following doscribod real estate lo
cated In Grady county Oklahoma.
Lots five and six and the south
twenty-five feet of lot four and the
south fifty foot of lot seven In block
248 in tho City of Chicksha Grady
county Oklahoma as shown by tho
official map and plat of said city the
Interest owned In said real property
by said minors being an undivided
Said salo will bo mado at public
outcry at tho front door of tho court-
house in .the City of Chickasha Gra-
dy county- Oklahoma at 10 o'clock
a. in. on Monday the 28th day of
July 1919. Said property wll lba sold
subject to a mortgage against said
lands In tho sum of $3000.00; said
salo to be mado for cash and subject
to confirmation by the county court
of Grady county Oklahoma.
Dated this the 8th day of July 1919.
FLORENCE E. MAJOR
BOND MELTON & MELTON.
SUMMER COMPLAINT QUICKLY
About two ye.ars ago when suffer-
ing from a severe attack of summer
complaint I took Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy and It reliev-
ed me almost Instantly" writes Mrs.
Henry Jewett Clark Mills N. Y. This
is an excellent remedy for colic and
diarrhoea and should 'bo kept at hand
by every family. Adv.
Ft5T!S3 6 Bell-ans
SURGEONS agreo that In cases of
Cuts Hums Bruises and Wounds
the FIRST TREATMENT is most
important. When an EFFICIENT
autiseptlc is applied promptly there
la no danger of infection and the
wound begins to heal at once. For
use on man or beast I30ROZONE I
the IDEAL ANTISEPTIC and HEAL-
ING AGENT. Buy it now and be
ready for an emergency. Sold by
Wren Drug Co. Adv.
i. . .
EVERY OiiE IN THE FAMILY
.dab. m m m w M I .a. m V
toil i-a a
fQ Rj-JN digestion
Meab and Short Orders.
Open Day and Night
221 CHICKASHA AVE.
8. W. JUSTI3
Condensed Statement of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Chickasha Oklahoma.
At the Close of Business Jun 30 1919.
Loans and Discounts - - .J 1325586.70
United States Bonds to secure circulation -
Stock in Federal Reserve Hank -
Furniture and Fixtures -
Real Estate Owned
interest Earned but not received
United States Bonds on hand 15000.00
Cash with United States Treasurer 10000.00
Cash with Banks and in vault 256777.75
Liberty Loan Bonds 107550.00
State Bonds and County Warrants 332838.99
To enlighten his subjects Is the trui
province of a ruler.
I LAUNDERED OR SOFT I
fC X THE BEST THAT YOU f"ft
IfYwir CAN . BUY AT . THE jj)
Npy ' PRICE YOU PAY XJlpr
MONROE Cluttt Peabodv t Co.t lnen Trov. K T. SOFT
JUST RUN YOUR
IT fWr.?. . . AS IT SWF.FPS AS IT CI FANS'
"What Every Woman Wants"
A HOOVER ;
Try it and bo convinced for "only" The
Hoover is pronounced 98 1-2 per cent
CHICKASHA GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 100. 422 Chickasha vc.
Capital - - 200'0000
Surplus - - 60000.00
Undivided Profits - 11206.49
Circulation - 200000.00
Bills Payable with tl- jdcral Reserve Bank... 85000.00
Hills Payable with L. oka 275000.00
Deposits Individual $1260655.25
Deposits Banks 25739.09
United States 6087.73 1.292152.07
Tho above statement is correct. . ' F. L. SLUSH ER Cashier.
' Tho character 'of the resources of this bank shows its distinctiveness a3
a Commercial Bank.
Business Relations Invited.
6 IwBl'E. -
l.lAfctl CTWSHAl. ft
ummo' 5ale oPpile(: Requisites
Just as Necessary as Life Insurance
You buy lite insurance to protect your family or your business In cas
you shorn! die. Lifo insuranco is a splendid Investment from tho standpoint
of a business proposition.
But how about protecting your earning power If you live as most of us
will long past an ago when our earning ability is at its best. Do you know
that you should protect yourself against financial dependonce and want by
saving NOW while your earning capacity is greatest?
A few dollars doposlted weekly or monthly in this institution will earn
you a splendid rate of intorost and provido you with money when you need
it most. Let us explain this interesting plan. Just phone call or write.
AETNA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
C. B. March Agent.
209 Tye Building. Phone 93
SURETY RONDS FIRE AND TOKNADO INSURANCE.
It cleanses perfect iy ami
is Kiiitr.nift'cd to lie pure.
2 FOR 25c
Our toilet articles will enable yon to
successfully defy lite elements in sum-
mer jaunts while bathing motoring or
when you are enframed in any of the
activities which linns ynu . nut of
doors. Here are cold creams face
powders toilet waters perfumes and
a host of other summer essentials spe-
cially priced for the season.
Our cigars too are especially eared
for during the warm season kept
fresh in a humidor ease.
D.jrkiss Talcum Powders
are ideal for use after
bathing. Very soothing.
I FOR 50c
WANTED UNITED STATES LIBERTY BONDS j
Highest priors paid for all issues in any quantities. 1
Where parties hare purchased Liberty Bonds on in- j
stallments and desire to sell we will pay off bal- t
ance due thereon and pjJ yon full market differ- t
Enee in cash See phonii'Jir write I
i Over Gribi'i gtort f
1 CHICKASHA . - . OKLAHOMA
TIME TO PAINT
Jf you TCant the best buy
SOLD BY ' -
STtP HENSON-BROWKE LUMBER CO.
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HAVE YOU JOINED OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING
CLUB? IF NOT COME IN NOW AND DO SO. BRING
THE CHILDREN WITH YOU. THE HABIT OF SAVING
MONEY IS ONE OF. THE BEST HABITS YOU CAN
TEACH YOUR CHILDREN AND YOU CAN TEACH
THEM IN NO BETTER OR EASIER WAY THAN BY
OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB PLAN.
REMEMBER IN 50 WEEKS THE
10-CENT CLUB PAYS $127.50
5-CENT CLUB PAYS C3.75
2-CENT CLUB PAYS 25.50
1-CENT CLUB PAYS..... 12.75
VOb uAN SaaRT WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT
FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH
COME IN. WE WILL GLADLY EXPLAIN EVERY-
THING TO YOU.
WE ADD 4 PER CENT INTEREST.
CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
Official Statement (Condcnoerf to the Comptroller of Currency
at the Close of Business.
May 12 1919
Loans ; $ 924529.5V
Bill ot Exchange .-- - 35119.24
Bonds and Warrants 31585.0
United Elates Bonds 109600.00
Cash and Sight Exchange - 285293.40
United Stages Certificates o Indcbtedness-
War Savings Stamps
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Duo from United State? Troa.sury
Furniture and Fixtures
IntereHt Earned Nut Collected
Total - - - .$1452762.79
Capital Stock - - 100
Surplus (oarnnd) .
Reserve for Taxcii
Intercut ('olicclril Not Earned
Bills Tayalilo - - 100
Bills Ro-Dlaco'mtod - 206
Deposits .J. 945
The above statement Is correct.
VVM. II. UONAIIUE Vice President.
Attest: F. T. CHANDLER Cashier. .
The Bank That Service Built.
Should bo made to work for you. Scale
off a portion of the season's juicy prof-
its and place with us on a certificate of
deposit bearing" 4 per cent interest and
watch the nest egg multiply.
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 166, Ed. 1 Monday, July 14, 1919, newspaper, July 14, 1919; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc728975/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.