Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLhm FRICAY SEPTEMBER 10 1920.
Hugo Tile now Sijicncervillo road
which has Ihooii iimlur construction
for some tlm 3 was inspected by
mom born of tlio humtjcr of com-
merce hero recently.
Iloldenvillc Hughes county domo-
rr'u'u have re-organized. The moot-
ing iwiiB attended iby prominent poli-
ticians from nearby titles.
(First Published Aug. 10f 1920)
Office of Comptroller of the Currency
Washington Aug. 5. 1920.
WHEREAS uy satisfactory evi
dence presented to the undersigned
It lias been made to appear thai
"The Citizens National Bank ol
Chickasha" In the City of Chickasha
In the County of Grady and State of
Oklahoma has complied with all the
provisions of the Act of Congress
"to enable National Hanking Asso-
ciations to extend their corporate ex
Islonce and for other purposes" ap
proved July 12 1S82;
NOW thereforej 1 THOMAS P.
KANE Acting Comptroller of the
Currency do hereby certify thai
"The Citizens National Bank of
Chickasha" in the city of Chickasha
In tlm County of Grady and Sta'
of Oklahoma Is authorized to have
fluccesslon for the period specified
in its amended article of associa
tion: namely uutil close of business
on Aug. 5 1940.
IN TESTIMONW WHEREOF wit
nesa my hand and seal of office thlt
Fifth day of August 1920.
(Signed) T. P. KANE
Acting Comptroller of the Currency
Extension Nc 3757.
Charter No. 5547. 8-10-30.
MORGAN STUDIO OF
1308 S. Seventh Street
(Mrs. A. B. Morgan Teacher)
Enrollment for credit pupils for
Fall Term closes September 10.
s Lest You Forget.
Let' us remind you that Chamber-
lain's Tablets not ' only cause a gen-
tle movement of the bowels ibut Im-
prove the appetite and strengthen
--That you don't experiment
tlm I. you're certain of the best
when you trv our
AVe want you to try our A-1
conking our better service get
acquainted with the all -round
superiority of our cafe.
Drop in today!
210 Chickasha Ave.
8. W. Justls. Prop.
P. D. Q.
A Twn(inre box of P T).Q mnkra full
qiinrt of the best t'li.-Vkillrr on earth. Hotter
t hao a barrel ol old-fashioaed bug-killer.
P.D.Q. tTenlty nrvire Quietus. iilln like
n 42-cenlitnetre ahell. It settles bedbufla.
il"fl. roaches. aDta and chicken lice and
ii t ouljr kills tUo live pests but the eggs as
P. T. Q. won't Injurs clothing carpetn
rurtains. draperies or wall paper. Try itoa
t he dog aud sea the fleas nop.
Your druggist has it or can get it for you.
Sold by the Palace "harmacy.
And other Leading Druggists
Delicately soft and refined
Ib thei complexion Aided by
Nadine Face Powder
Thli exquisite beautffier Im-
parts an Indefinable charm
a charm and loveliness
which e n d u r o throughout
the day and linger In the
Its coolness Is refreshing
. and it cor. not harm tne ten
Sold In Its preen box at
loading toilet counters or by
mail 60c. A
. Pair NATIONAL TOILET CO.
Brmetls PARIS TENN
THE SNAPPY LIM tttkK
AT ALL 1
I fOUNTfllNS BOTTLCf I
Tbe powerful. bMflair warmth
of Hunt '8 Llrrhtnlntr Oil ftlres
mutant Mir) ponltlvo relief from
throtitjlnfr nerTo-raoklntf iialns
of Klienmivtiiim N eu n lg I a
beavlaohe eto. I'lO-nd 70o hottla.
Splendid Showing of the
Newest Fur and Em-
broidered Trimmed Suits
. Altliough these Suits are generously
trimmed with either fur embroidery or
both they maintain refined appearances
and dignity and are the type of dressy
models that will instantly appeal to these
fashion loving women who always aspire
to wear the newest and prices are very
reasonable. You'll admit that at once
.. - At $19.50 up.
Read tlie Daily Express
.Aliiilc of '
'lifliliii?" Silk and
for six nioiitlis wear
lU'iiul if'ul quality -.slripctl Crepe
tie Chine hijjli neek
Suits Coats Dresses
Styled Correctly Priced Correctly.
We have endeavored this season to
bring together lines of Ladies Wear-
ing Apparel that will appeal to you not
alone in the styles thatjyou desire but
garments' combined with the extrava-
gance of style but the moderate price.
Our untiring efforts have so satisfied
us that we now present to you a com-
plete line of Fall modes and invite you
to inspect them.
Suits at $615.00
Onr showinp of suits at the popular priee of 65.00 is
the accomplishment of our real efforts. Many added
niinibcrs that have been received this past week. J'eau-
tiful shadings of brown elaborately fur and embroidery
trimmed. also many new Hippie Suits in navy tricot ine
are included at $65.00.
LADIES' PETTICOATS $8.75
Of splendid (piality Silk Jersey guar-
anteed Satin and Pussy Willow Taf-
feta. !y an extremely fortunate pur-
chase we were enabled to offer you
such real values. AYide'ange of colors.
. r r f ;
Dresses at $29.50
The smartness of these beautiful sertfe and tricotine
dresses at $2!).r0 styled in the straight line effect so
pleasiiifi to the school miss- are an. exceptional value.
Trimmed with silk 'braid and buttons and tailored in
that satisfactory way and splendidly lined.
LADIES' SKIRTS AT $15
Made of beautiful quality all Wool
French Scrtre either knife or accor-
dian pleated. Also - many new and
novel Skirts fashioned of fa'.iey brown
and nuyy plaid.
Condensed Statement of
THE .CHICKASHA" NATIONAL BANK
i At the Close of business June 'M 1920.
Loan ami Discounts. .. . . . ..... . .
Overdrafts .-. . . . .. . . . . v . .
U. S. Bonds'. .
Honds and Warrants ..
Stock in Federal Kctjerve Bank-
Hanking House and Fixtures.. -
Bills of Exchange .
Cash and Sight Exehan
Capital . .
- $100000.00 .
. ... 679518.;7
Total - .
The above statement is correct
ROY C. SMITH Cashier.
Condensed Statement of the
TUE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
pj w At theCl08e of Business
x June 30 1520.
Loans and Discounts . . $ 929200.90
Overdrafts ; 4931.74
United States bonds to secure circulation 200000.00
Stock in the Federal Reserve bank 7800.00
Furniture and Fixtures 10000.00
Real estate ownod . 23629.73
United States bonds on hand 15000.00
Cash with the U. S. Treasurer. T 10000.00
Cash in vaults and with bunks 686050.90
Liberty Loan Bonds 68050.00 f
Bills of Exchange . 19403.64 .
County and City Warrants 87105.99
SUle' Bonds and Securities 292325.00 1.077.935.6J
Surplus - 60000.00
Undivided profits - 1- 15419.98
Circulation ; 183600.00
Individuals ..w $1686463.37
Banks ' 106115.91 ' -
United States - -- - 1898.66 1794477.94.
The above statement is correct. P. L. SLUSHER Cashier.
The character of the resources of this bank shows its distinctiveness as
i Commercial Bank.
Business relations invited..
Tit W ' W V
Do Wot M
To ask our advice on any business problem that eon-
s It's our business to help you if we can and every facil-
ity of OUR BANK is always at your disposal.
The Oklahoma National Banl
The Bank That Service Built.
Condensed Statement of
THE CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
OF CKICKASHA OKLAHOMA
v. At the Close of Business June 30 1920.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts . . .
Banking house. Furniture and Fixtures .....
I Federal Reserve Bank stock '
1 U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation: . .
J Bills of Exchange $43339.11
J Liberty Bonds . 64100.00
i Cash and Sight Exchange . 187263.22
! Cash Assets . . .......
Xeat Trim Turbans of Velvets.
Urnvn nvi. Klsu-U. ;
Total . $1227675.23
Uenutiful block Saib'irs in 4
straight brim mil brim and
Capital Stock '
j Surplus r
Circulation . . .
Unearned Interest --
Bills Payable ..
Reserve for Taxes ..
T'le above statement Is correct.
The bank of personal service.
E. D. FOSTKR. Cashier.
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 217, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1920, newspaper, September 10, 1920; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730705/m1/2/: accessed February 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.