Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICK A SIT A DAILY" FAPJIKSS CHICK A ;5 II A OKLAHOMA
Condensed M.itetlictlt ci
The First National Bank
? " " Of Chickai'I.a Oklahoma.
' At till' . Hi-. ut bUsin'-" November 2H!i 1"!7.
Loans and diwouiu - iMii.Fio 2!
Ovrdratt - zl.ni:7:::
Ileal estate uued . - '
1'remlum .n bond - --
Furniture ami fixture - . .- i..im..t.i
Stock In Federal Reserve bank -.- T..""'.'
I'. S. bond to secure ircnhuimi 2M '
V. S. bonds on hand ... : .. J J5.ony.cO
CflsU wlt.li U. S. treasurer . -- 6.2fi.O
Cash in vault ?.77i.37
Cash itli banks .. ::u2.02 ".::
ponds end warrant ...... :!12H'M
Liberty 1'inii bom's .Vi'll.i'.2
Hill of wtehaiii'i- ... :"'.i:ti.."i mm.o'.h 02
Capital . ' ? ni!;(iu(..Mi
Surplus . lio.nnti.n)
Undivided profits -- lo.Stiil.'.K
Reserved for taxes 2.0U
Circulation : .. 200.000.00
Individual . $11 ." i'j o.'.:!7
Deposits; Hanks 1 1.42
United states .n.oio.To ii;'o.rii.:..")
Tin- above statement is correct.
UJ n "j ' ' F. L. KDUSHKK Cashier.
' The abovu figures show the condition of this bank. We invite
arrountH of nil desiring safe cotmervallvn and liberal hacking foil-
nections. No rediscounts. No borrowed money.
' DillFXTORS -.1. 1). Sugg K. !t..jhiiM.n. C. n. Campbell Sam Da-
vidson .1. If. flimd ft. liond lien F. Johnson Alger Melton T. If
ileecme one of our customers and enjoy the privileges we extend to all
ou; .eposltors. Open your account to day whether large or small in a safe
To man can prohesy tbe future. Tou can't foresee sickness failing
ct in. I v- t. position accident or d!Eas-ter.
A h.vtk account Is the greatest assistance to offset discouragement
under f.:v ennditions. ansi we are always ready to aid our customers to
the :'!- r -slhltS CXtOOt
Ir.teros; ;aid on savings.
rof. Thrift Says:
y "; V v.r-.
' L - ' ' "'
It is easy to pay off a loan with the
Pittsburg Mortgage Investment Co.
because our term are so liberal and easy. See us
for lhat farm or city loan.
J. E. WHITE Manager.
S18 First National Bank Bdg.
i ou are sure
you have saved
money when it
is safe. It is safe
in the bank of
h n u u' n n o
'n:.n .InnlllM. I w1 li-ne.hln limit
iinvlnir sniao hill.
Hut had no "Keceived Faynient"
stink away in your till.
Now if you'll get a check hook you'li
never pet heat.
For your cancelled check will he your
w .V.1 .n- .taf
Chiekasha. Oklahoma J
PRINCE MAKES CALL
Ey LOUI1E OLIVER.
Aft'T two yi-nrs r so of vainlv try-
to inuke Am 1 hi ii it net iU.-!y
lli. lr rnnve. the idltilnnx of niiuos of
InT hand bad reUlftaiillv d'Aiieln
two. hikI tlie reason of Hie jdnral
that Anne le-r-lf did m-t Un-.Y whi.dr
iuii she 1 . !c ! Ih- hi"-t.
f-'!ie liked thi'in both n earh j s ! ' -(t I t-l
(o n iHiT'-reiit fii! if In-r with ioal
frc. 'J'bffe were to sides to Anne
I S there are to Inont Amerlenn ('irls
the dreamy ai-nhi tie Iu0ieal -idr;
ulileli Ik every woman" by nature the
liiystie hldily imaKinulive f train that
lielines to the super! itioiiH mill ex-
plains their love of cats; and the
wholesome heaiiy. frank sunny Hide
Independent mid reliant contemptuous
of the covert fond of nthletice und
j It was itiiiio'-vible for ln-r to inuhe
ti;i her miial w hieh of the two men she
' cared for most they were so utterly
' unlike. Oerson de I'alma dark ami
Spanish buikini: nlthoneli ho boasted
el' liiieesiors in every American wir
was the hist word in ctilt i;i e
.ferry Tlll'oid was the mime of the
other. lie appeal? d to Anne's Inde-
pendent side Hie (dde that liked iith-
lelies und Dill iddM. Moreover Jerry
laid tt bulldog a niuh nosed brimlle
named 1'rinee wliich (.leri-.v rcferr.'d
to hlit) us "who") looked villainous but
we real tears ;nt: on n chair at tit".
taJile and seare'l the life out of th
park babies by kissing them do-fash-loii
whenever be (.' it a chance.
Jerry was rather 'l.kkly Bet ttj
tailor went over the way his coat)
I hiked up his hack
ifdiibhv tind short
His Imtrers wet'''
;ud his eyes were
jri'ity ft nd about as languorous tis in
electric headlights. He smoked h'.tiel:
el-.'iirs iiil'ected tun shoes loved soft
lmts and I'rlnee and Anne.
One day Anne had n headache ft
had one the kind where you're tifrfdd
Von VOU't dieth kind where tat
only your head ie hes but every other
.organ too is crying out f.galnst exist-
erice. Anne's mother nnsvyered two
telephone ctills with the news' of Anne's
Indisposition which Immediately
tirotht two notes hy special iiiesscn.
L-ers. Getson wrote :
How I lotiu to
poothn your poor
was bulkier liavint?
mi enclosure :
You've been eating too
much candy Annie ii'l and it s ail my
fault. I'm sending you two prnins of
calomel take it iu eiidit doses and
then tell your mother to give you a
tahlespoonful of ens-tor oil. I know
what sick headache is you poor child."
Anne was uiiiiry then took the
medicine and pot better 'he answered
Jerry's note Instead of (let-son's.
But Get'son jrot la hks'innius when
he pave her the Cat. It was a beauti-
ful creittnre with lonp silky fur n tail
like a fox's brush Slid deep blue eyes.
Jerry hated it and 1'rince hated it
nnd i'rlnee had to stay at home now on
' lint. Jerry had to go nway and leave
his fences unguarded oil wells near
Tulsa claimed him for two weeks and
he went 'Wjlh trepidation lie slocked
'up his lady-love with more (lowers and
randy extracted a promise that she
would answer his letters and departed
leaving I'rince to Snttsuki his Jap to
lie aired fared and cared for gen-
erally. Suusukl was busy all day so he and
I'rlnee wnlked at night and one night
they went past Anne's.
Now I'rlnee was not 'accustomed to
passing that lawn without turffng iu
so In Hilo of the Jap's whistling It"
persisted in making a friendly call and
trotted tip the steps. Then stopping
suddenly he drew back and growled in
ferocious resentment for there on his
particular straw mat lay the hated eat.
Jle let out a wild indignant baric and
plunjted madly at his enemy which
ftevv a silver-gray streak out into the
darkness and up a poplar tree on the
'Trinee oh Trlnee come here!"
called Anne. "Bad doggie. Prince
The bulldog still harked at his In-
visible enemy lutt was now n paeon
of victory. The undesirable one had
lied and that was nil he wanted.
"Prince come here."
' This time be harkned. And remem-
berfti the mat. now his for the taking
lie catapulted hack to the porch up
the steps and vaulting right into An-
ne's lajt a full (id pounds of caniuinity.
' Anne screamed with surprise and
Prince dropped to the floor. Then De
Paltna kicked poor Prince with stun-
ning force straight between the eyes.
"'bal decided for Anne in an Instant
.' "d vi Tried her for a year.
Liter Jerry got I:i
"Prince has been sick but is con-
val.'sclng nicely sit my house. I've
given the cat away. I like flogs bet-
ter. "When are you coming home? It
seems years since you went nway. I've
something to tell you."
And whatever it was Jerry took the
(Copyright Vi" by the McOUtre Newspa-
"v Woman boctor Rules 4000
' The woman officer of highest rank
in the 1'ritislt unity is Mrs. A. M.
Cbnltners Watson. M. D.. who has
jus; been appointed chief controller of
the women's army auxiliary corps
which has over 4000 members on
duty behind the Hues in France. Mrs.
Watson is a sister- of Sir Kric Geddcs
first lord of the admiralty. She wufl
th first woman physician graduated
rom Edinburgh unlyersity.
Every Man Wants to
Look His Best
Clothes don't make the man but it has
a biu: part to play. That is why the best
dressers have their suits made. Men who
do things must have PERSONALITY
and presentation. You only get that
when you have your suit made and
Ed. V. Price
With Garner to Take Your
Have your measure taken today for Xmas.
i.ii' i !)
ik v rai
kv 1 Of Cniirse
J. S. GARNER Mgr.
Is the Statement of this Chlckasha
I'acknche Is often kidney ache;
A common warning of serious kid-
"A stitch in Time Saves Nine"
Don't dolav use I loan's Kidney
! Profit by Mrs Kimball's experi-
ence. Mrs. H. S. Kimball 40!) Minnesota
Ave.. Chii kasha says: "On many
occasions when 1 have felt run down
or have had a dull feeling of lan-
guor I have used 1 loan's Kidney Pills
and each Cine 1 have found them a
reliable medicine. The relief they
have brought about has been last-
ing." Price I'.Oc. at ail dealers. Don't sim-
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Dean's Kidney Pills-the sum? that
Mrs. Kimball had. Foster-Milhurn
Co. Props. Ilnffalo X. Y. Adv.
(Continued fom Page One.)
U. S. Rule Conference.
By United Press.
j Paris Nov. 2:. --Speculation here is
to the of ;'e-t that America will rule
the inter-allied confereme.
The newspapers are printing' dis-
patches that America is preparing to
send five million men to fight in Eu-
rope It is believed that this wiil
What Do You Know
Vci:r ignorance may startle you
: inuv tit
know of the tnanv
; the blood supply and
;;h rtant it is that it be
civ tree from all impuri-
i'.i'a of the entire body
a the condition of the
are invited to write and
Vict that gives you scene
u.crtnution oa tin im
t I. '.
swerve the domination to America.
j Three Americans Killed.
Gv T'nited Press
Ottawa Out. Nov. 29. Three
Americans were killed according to
the casualty list announced today.
Knew No Better Then.
"He eloped with his wife didn't he
William?" "Yes but. you know they
Weren't married then." Life.
Western Union reports re-
ceived at g a. m. today:
North Texas generally
cloudy temperature a2; Dal-
las. Greenville. Ft. Worth.
Sherman' cloudy "0 to 54;
heavy rain last night.
Central Texas . generally
cloudy temperature 55; Waco
cloudy 50 half inch rain;
Corsicana cloudy 5S ' hard
rain; Temple raining 58.
East Texas generally cloudy
temperature 54; Tyler. .Mar-
shall. Texarkaua 50 ot 00
Gulf Coast generally cloudy
West Texas generally cloudy
temperature -IX; Prownwood
good rain; Wichita Falls slow-
rain 50; Weatherford cloudy
4S. good rain.
Arkansas generally cloudy
temperature 58; Helena 50.
rain last night; Pine Biuff CO
good rain; Little Rock cloudy
5(1. light rain.
Oklahoma generally cloudy
temperature 4S; Muskogee
cloudy BO hard rain yester-
day; Oklahoma City cloudy
-IS. good rain last night; Ard-
niore ( loudy 40 tain last
About Your Blood Supply?
portant subject. It teils how to krrp
the blood strong and free front the
many impurities to which it is con-
it gives tiie history of S. S. S. the
world s most successful blood remedy
which has been sold for more than
fifty years b.. tirngirists everywhere.
This bonk will be sent free to all
who write to iswift Spcuiic Co
Dept. A AtUnu Go.
The Oklahoma National Bank
Official statement fcondettsed ) to the Comptroller of Currency at the
close r.i business on November I'D 1!M7.
Loans and discounts $ l.lfio.8 t4.(jtl
I". S. bonds
Stock Federal Reserve hunk
Furniture and fixtures
State bonds and warrants
Cash and night exchange
I'ndivided profits net
Attest F. T. CH.VNDI.L'it. Cashier.
"The Bank that Service Dili It."
i V '''" i
The mai ; '11 ; - A
knows it VV"--VQy
The reason why the man with money has a real Thanksgiving is be-
cause he STARTED to bank his money a leng tine ago and is now reap-
ing the harvest of his early thrift.
lie W thankful that he didn't GQUAXDBR his money on extrava-
gances or p-.t it into some "Get Rich- Juick" scheme.
He is thankful he BANKED it. Are you thankful that you have
banked your money?
Put YOUR money in OUR bank.
We pay 4 per cent Interest.
hlckasha National Bank
Owing to conditions I
could not prevent the
opening of rhe
announced for Thanksgiv-
ing Nov. 29th is post-
poned until later
C. C. WITITAKKR.
S 1 00000.00
The above statement is correct.
I Wm. H. DOXAIU'i: Vice Pres
1 t:'S yy
if. ft '.-''vvC
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 282, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1917, newspaper, November 28, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730433/m1/2/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.