Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA
Condensed Statement of
The First National Bank
OF CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA
At the Close of Business December 27 1916.
Loan fi.'ij 'u or.x - ;' l
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Federal i-M-re Eaok t k 7 S "'."
Vuilvi S'.a- t'iih.'.sk 10 .-. tire circulation '..'"
V. E. tnd f.f fca;.d - J J'.--H"
Ca.Si i'h 1". s. Tr.-avjr.-r S-.- '
Cash in va-j'.M H'' k 2.'
Caa ;;b Ut.k - !v"
SUte B"r.4 - ';-'
of En bacge "" 7CS.644.E8
Undivided Profit cet - ' 1 ".'""-'
Individuals II '!.!'..'!..".
Deposits: Hanks ":
United Stt - fc.f.'T-l 1.32953.07
Tbe above at&tetncnt U rortw L
F. I.. SI.Ur'HKR Cashier.
The above figures show the rendition (if thi bank. We Invite ac-
count cf all desiring aaf -onerf ativ and l!bral banking connec-
tions. No redineourit.1. No borrowed money.
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Returns to Di-ties.
V.' N .-ji.ird. junior lit 'in- i uiirt
h'ii". i:as rc!-:ru'd to l:)s (iiii;-- r.f!i-r
svin- i'.':i'-i i'f fov.-ral d.i i - lifk
S- i .-;w. t I.oniii-y at ttin city hall ii
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Opens Insurance Office.
A. T. KratKi t Kind tiir-t ri.-t sujwr-intfiidt-ia
fur the M-tro;oiitan Lif
iiiv.iraiiic Co. is in the city and wiil
opn a local branch office fur that
(dii'I.-aisy in Cbi kasha.
Mrs. Stoultman Dies.
Mr. TIih!.im- St-miTinan. ag'-d 4s
ar. di'-d lat night at l.cr bta-
to tiiii. i fi nf t!'- (). ('. W. A hu-
1 bind on.- ilaiijibtt-r and tu s'.ms sur-
:vie !i-r. The I r . r.: wiil be held
' Mnntlay inorliii: at oYloi k at tlu
"Ca'holtc cfuin !i. I'.inial at th'j Catii-
"d ii..f r;a.iir" to help work tb mad.
j frcni Xiri! ' -kah to that "liait;.
The Ninii-k.i!i mfctiiiK was hrld in
. tii" new hiph school auditorjum and
it was i i:!hu'-ia-iUc from mart to f:n-
imi. 1 t'f for tiicii!ticrsii:) in the
i iatioii was fsxed at "n ct r.ts and
rc.'.rly . very n.-an jn"-iit joitifd.
FOR ROAD BEE
PAINFUL COUGHS RELIEVED
Vf. King's New I)i'ov-.Ty is a sooth-
ing hr-uling reni'-dy for coueha and
coids that has stood Use test of nearly
fifty years.' Tor that cough that
? trains the throat and saps the vitality
try Dr. King's New Discovery. The
soothing pine baiams and raiid laxa-
tive ingredients soon drive the ce'd
from the ryrtpm. Have a bottle on
har.d for winter coids. croup grippe
and bronchial affections. At your
Druggist. 50c. d-w-l-mo.
(Continued from Vase One.)
E TO INSURE
J. T. OWSLEY
412-13 Fint National Bank Building.
Try a Want Ad for Results
Assault to Kill. Mr. If! or supermtf ndfnt of the Mil-
Ilaby s?!itn. who tlashcil bun His;!'-! n kah st-hoola announced that his
tower in a row on Wednesday niaht. hitli school boys would be on the job
iiinist answer to thi- c harpe nf assault en January i'l. In case the weather
with Intent to kill a warrant to that Is unfavorable far operations on that
J ( . bavin been Horn out this date another day will be selected.
morning by County Attorney Oscar Mr. Hollingsnorth stated that Chick-
I Sinip-on. ! Jsha had already pledged about S- -J
and in team for the work next week. ! a
Carnation Club Meets. i The Ninnekah association will hold a
1 Miss Mabel Dews was hostess to another meeting Monday night when 1
the Carnation club last night. A so- all details for the drive on tin fol-j
! Hal evening was enjoyed by Mioses loving Wednesday will be completed 'a
Winnie and Cleo Clayton. Sadie Cobb j K. A. Thompson stated that the cit-!
Charlotte Aldridge. Ada Hudp.ms and lzens or the Agawam vicinity Had ex-;
Mrs. Mae Sehow. Tom Luster and pressed a desire to join with Ninne-'
I Leo Singleton were lnviteu guests. Kan in improving luc road leaning west
Miss Dews assisted by Miss .Maude fioni N'innekah to Aeawam'and it was i a
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and Keece liews serveu a ii'-n' nun i.-.-.i mat imr. imhu tjtr un- ii.-al
lunch to her quests. Carnations were roati to ;e tackled. itusli hpnngs.
I given as favors.
Mr. Thompson said had also annoui.c-
Western Union reports 8 a. m.
North Texas cloudy threat-
ening; temperature 27 to :.
Gulf Coast clear misting
rain; temperature i:t tc 70.
East Texas cloudy; temper-
ature :k to jo.
Central Texas clear cloudy;
temperature 44 to 4.".
West Texas raining at El
Paso; temperature ."i'i.
Balance is cloudy threaten-
ing rain; temperature to 50.
Arkansas partly cloudy to
Hear; temperature .TO to !!B.
Louisiana cloudy; tempera-
Oklahoma clear to partly
cloudy; teniperatuu? 2il to "!4.
To Toin Our Ch
PUT IN OUR
EVERYBODY SHOULD JOIN
Look at tha table lelow and you will
rind aciubthat will fit your pockettook.
Then come into our bank and join that
The different clubs were planned so
that everyone could jtla hna everyone
Kemtmber you re not paying out
money for romethinpr but tayicg: in
money for you and yours.
Who Gets tlie Monty You Earn?
Monev spent is monrv Kcne M.ncy
Banked ii Maney SAVED.
It isn t i he moiipy you make that
counts but the money yni save atid
there is no better way to acquire arark
account thn by joining out Christmas
Hanking Llub. ' t
Ask any wealthy man how he ' got
hi? start" he wiil tel! you that he eaved
and tanked his money.
Get our stirt. Get it today. Come
in ami join our l hristmas Backing L lub
HUM -Jil.rVJm-U!e 1 t Hill If amii Jiilinim J- - -
Bankinor Club I
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WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS WLL PAY YOU
1st Week lc
2nd Week 2c
Srd Week 3c
Increase every week
Total in 60 weeks
1st Waek 2c
2nd Week 4c
Em Week Cc
Increase every week
Total in od weeks
1st Week fie
2nd Week 10c
Srd Week l"c
Increase every week
Total In ;.0 weeks
1st Week 'lic
2nd Week 20c
n-d Week 3"c
Increase every week
Total in ;.0 weeks
1-t Week 5uc
2nd "Week ...."uc
Srd Week 5tc
Deposit ;)c every
Total in 50 weeks
1st Week $1.00
2nd Week $1.00
Srd Week $1.00
Deposit fl.00 every
Total in 50 weeks
1st Week $5.00
2nd Week $5.00
Srd Week $3.00
Deposit $5.00 every
Total in r.O weeks
You Can Begin With the Largest Payment and Decrease Ycur Payments Each. Week
Flan of the Club is Simple
You begin with a certain amount lc 2c Ec or 10c and in-
crease your deposit the arr.e amount each week. Or ycu can
begin with a certain amount 5Cc $1.C0 J5.C0 or any amount
and deposit the same amount each week.
It Costs Nothing to Join---How to Join
Look at the different Clubs in above below and select the one
you wsh to join the lc 2c 5c 10c$l 5 or any of the clubs;
then come to our bark with the first weekly payment. We will
make you a member cf the club and give you a Christmas Bank-
ing Club Book showing the club you have joined.
Official statement condensed) to the Comptroller
of currency at th? close of business on -December
Loans and discounts - i.5. 2l.S2
Overdrafts H 845. 88
V. S. bonds 2;
Federal Reserve Bank stock - 3900.00
Furniture and fixtures 6000.00
Itedeaiptlon fund 1. 250.00
State bonds and warrants I 31394.49
Ca h and sight exchange 40D.18I.18 443575. C7
Capital stock ... - $100000.00
Undivided profits net.. 29600.31
Bills payable 100.000.00
Tbe above statement Is correct.
Wm. H. DONAHUE Vice President.
Attest F. T. CHANDLER Cashier.
The beginning of the year 1917 finds us better than ever prepared to
take care of our customers and we ask your support based on our
ability to faithfully care for your funds and protect your needs when
you shall require our services.
Report of the Condition of
THE FARMERS' STATE BANK
At. the Close of Business December 27 1916.
Loans and discounts $200317.86
Furniture and fixtures 3500.00
Real estate . 4520:60
Bonds and warrants $27451.33
Bills of exchange 13.651.7S
Cash and Bight exchange I85fi87.8.i 226.790.9G
Capital stock paid in $ 50000.00
Undivided profits 8774.92
DEPOSITS - 373928.11
The above statement is correct.
J. W. WILSON Cashier.
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F. W. WOOLWORTH
Dominating: lower Broadway Now fork
City is the tallest office building- in the
world. It is fifty-five stories high over
750 feet and cost 000000.00. The man
who financed it and furnished the greater
part of the money for its erection vr&& V
V. Woolworth. Woolworlh as a boy hnd
ears to hear and hruina to think. While
working: in a lountry store at Watertown
N. y. he hard a man telling- how to get
rid of a Job lot of goods by piling- tiitin
on a counter and selling each article at
five cent. He listened and determin.ii
to act. Kovrowing money he opened fW
first five cent store In I'tira N. Y. and
failed. Indeterminate failure had no
place In Woolworth'a mind so off he.
went to L-ancaster l'a. not to give up his
idea but iike ft strong man to enlarge
failure and make it success.
Success came and from that first five
and ten cent store others were started
and now Woolworth has nearly 300 stores
scattered throughout the English speak-
ing world. In these stores are displayed
the wonderful outpouring of usefulness
and flitter that make the tremendous ex-
ample of jwhat five and ten cents can bo
Tlie Mammojh un Broadway is a monu-
ment to the power of nickels and dimes
tn the hands of a wise man.
NICKLES AND DIME3-Sma'l things to be Bure. but they
wield a mighty power in the business world. Eary in life Mr.
Woolworth recognized their valae and through his 5 and 10 cent
stores has earned a princely foriune. Samebody helped hin pet
a Btart. This bank stands ready to help any of its Iworthy de-
positors finance legitimate enterprises. Consult us.
Citizens National Bank
1 ii "t
We Pay You 4 Percent on Your Christmas Savings
Jonas Cook has just closed a deal
whereby J. M. Atwood has acriuired
the ten room house at No. ?i7 Minne-
sota avenue from the i:nited Savings
i bank or Detroit the consideration be-
iiiB $1S'''0. The property was bought
for a home and is already bring occu-
pied by Mr. Atwoc-L
Slona's Liniment For Stiff Joints
Rheumatic pains and aches get Into
the points r.nti muscles making every
movement torture. Relieve your suf-
fering with Slona's Liniment; It quick-
ly penetrates without rubbing and
soothes and warms your sore musclles.
The congested blood is stimulated to
action; a single application will drive
out the pain. Slona's Liniment is
clean convenient and quickly effec-
tive it does not stain the skin or clog
the pores. Get a bottle today at your
Druggist Toe. - . d-w-l-mo.
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Lampe, William T. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 19, 1917, newspaper, January 19, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729275/m1/2/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.