Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 295, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 13, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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T ELK P II
U. D. C. Observe Stan Waite Day.
f.Tlie bl-thd.iy t General Slim
"IVaHii lllie 'famous Chorokon Indian
Jicr.. was Celebrated by t-te United
Daiifi-. ;ers ' of the .Cnrfii.lcr.icy yo
4crd.ly nt llio homo 'of Mrs. II. A..
Cranwc'.l. Tlie fact -lli.it II lie tlireo
yomis laaies who contributed 't; tli(!
1invr.Mii' were f Indian descent niado
their numbers the more latere IIiir. ;
MU8 Pallid Heeler gave a bnni.Jtif.il
vocal soli) Miss 'Mary Thomp-iin of
the O. ('. W. l:.l!fl;'!od the ladle w.lh
a favorite Iiuliun reading and a pi :'tio
o!u avjh .pleasingly rcmleied by Mi 8
Maude lleleno Ward. Mrs. It. M.
Cive'l :in;I Mrs. J. A. Thompson
f.tvo wrJcrlainliiB Kite! dies cf tlio li'o
Mild military an er of Gen. fi:.ut
Following the .progr.;:!. hi; I. choc- i
-ohite whipped creain fruit cake and
w.iirrs were .served by Mrs. ('ran- :
Tlu! .!;::r.i.i.v meet kip; of the V. I). ;
C will lie belli at the licmx. of Mrs.
H5:iO-ing Mrs. B-iiley.
' r.r.i; .f..o n.-.'.ny farewell emrte-
.Riui being paid Mrs. F. M. Ilii'ey
.bo.'ore she .iiidvoh In Oklcihonia City
aval the lovely parly given Tuesday
tit the hoiiH) cf Mrs. J. IT. McDonald
'by the members of the Auction Fer-
ity Two club. The meir'iei's of the
old forty two club were also o.iter-
tained on (this ticca -'ion and fin fc.i:i q
was enjoyed sit five tallies. Mrs.
ICayser wUs fortunate in making the
.highest score and brill she and Mrs.
Bailey were presented with sterl.tifr
spoons. A delicate color rimeine of
pink and bine made ithe refreshmer.'t
iplate as attractive a:s delicious.
Club Entertained at Cards.
An enjoyable card party this
was given by Mrs. J. S. B'ai
and Mrs. F. M. Frey at the hi.-
! :r in
'the former Wednesday a.l'.crr.a n
iflio guests being tr.o mail' hers :." t' o
H907 and Imperial Bridge club. The
.ice 'sion was in special c(iir.?!i:rent
0 1) Mrs. V. M. I.ailey who e:.;ie ts 'o
nuive to Oklahoma City soon Mrs.
Appleby of New O.'.c.tns the bene
gue I' of her sii'ler Mrs. laidlow '.ind
Mrs. F. M. IluKn cf Denver who is
Vi..ili ng her nie'-e Mrs. L. C. Ill :
('..rils v.eve played at Cive tables and
!:') score was made by Mrs. lien
y: :;!. Her trophy was n rry.ilal
irayonaite -bowl. V-rc'.'.y bud va es
v ara 'tlio f avors pre -cited tl.3 holl-
ered igueflls. A dellc'iwiis luncheon
was serve-1 after the last game.
Y. W. C. A. Party.
The social committee of the V. W.
C. A. at the Oklahoma College .or
Women give a jolly party Thursday
night cn'ei'l. lining .he girls whxci
birthday; occurred in N;veii:ber '.'ad
1 eeembe;'. The pa:ty wa i given in
f.his Frances Davis' ihulio which
was beautiful in its c. I'.or.i'.e Christ-
I'.ist decora lions w'l.i an a'.' r.ictivo
f ro plK'e in one era."'. Gam v ivse
! ived and li: t i a n: :' ! a. id :'. a
served t i aboii; la:; y girls.
TI.o committee in charRo were Miss
I-'uvii Denny clti:r.T.an and Missel
l.i.'lh Uurilick Helen Mc.Guire Willie
':.:. lha. Marj lie W.da and I.ois
! ' nil i n in.
Ij'.'ptist Woman': Society.
: of ; .e
ir t l;.;. u
' iy jilieri
. cd : : :
.ir monthly im.dm. h ir.fft-
W'.i'.iien s Sociely of the
!. church u'.i ; held T.iiir..-
looii wil'i twei; 'y linee
resent. Plans were dis-
:!ie tut year's work. The
i:.: c! in the different dis-
T 'aur d.iv a. tcrnot.n.
'. i lit-
. V. C. M Mcstiig.
'.he ( lirisl r.us Wciucn's Board of
. inr i held its monthly meeting
. i M.nday at:e:n:.on a! the liome
i ' Mrs. e l .lack.son. "Our foreign
Neighbors at. Dome" was the subject
i (! y ill's i "st::;:; l; sson. Mrs. D.W.
!!;'. tl'r !r.n;-r. ivas assisted on the
:o.-r;! i.:').v j!:r. ('. Sta'-y Mrs. II
V. I'."'tls Mrs. 'l.rri'ioii and .Mrs.
Susie ill" 1; ( r. A lej in oilier was
a voc;i! ii'lecli'in by Iter. C. .Imiii's
"America 1he Heiiiilif'.il." Ilefresh-
lnents were served late in tho after-
Methodist Missionary Society.
Twelve members were present oft.
(he meeting of the Methodist Mission-
ary society at the horn a of Mr. and
Mis. W. W. Rice Thursday afternoon.
The devotional exercises were led by
Mis. Mt-Caha and Mrs. Rickle con-
ducted the lesson on "Americaniza-
tion." Lovely refreshments were
served by Mrs. Rice at the conclusion
of the program. The next meeting of
the society will be at the home of
O N K 7 4 b
Big .en Rook Club.
Mrs. .1. R. Kddy and her Mister Miss
Verne Tewksberry' were the hostesses
to the members of tl e Pig Ten Rook
club Wednesday evening. The house
was beautifully decorated In 'red and
green and large Christmas hells
were suggestive of the approaching
holidays. Progressive rook was played
nt four tables Mrs. O (J. Linn scoring
the most points and receiving a hand-
iiomo deck of fortytwo cards. Mr.
George Forston made the lowest
score and much fun and laughter was
created when he umvraped his con-
solation gift which was a loy come-
back. The color st'lieiue was carried
out in the refreshments which were
served after the games. Each plate
bore a dainty card wishing all a mer-
The club niemmbers present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames (). G. Linn
A. Porter A. A. Cleveland Claud
Ttoarli George Forston and Jack Hol-
land and Mr. Ivan Cleveland. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert ( amp were especial
guef'ts. The next meeting will be with
Mr. and Mrs. George Forston.
les Jeunes Matroncs.
A happy meeting of Des Jeunes Ma-
trones was held last Saturday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. C. 10. I'lott.
One new member Mrs. Baker was
taken into the club. Sewing occu-
pied the members and a happy lunch-
eon concluded the pleasant atefrnoon.
Another enjoyable meeting occurred
at the homo of Mrs. Reed Hendricks
on Wednesday afternoon of this
week. Fancy work wan the usual di-
veisinn and the Ir: te s served a de-
licious refrf h;-' "t. flat?
There v!l' ' e -:o more clul) meet-
ings v:li at : Christinas.
Gorosis Study Club.
1 Mrs. G. W. Austin was Ihe hostess
to the members of the Sorosls Study
'clu!) at their regular Weekly me ting
Wednesday afternoon. An intcersting
leison on I ho Jewish race was led by
Mrs. Kling!e:::r itb. Special feature:;
on the program were a talk by Miss
Crome Instructor in physics at Ihe
O. O. W on the manners and ens
loins of Ihe Jewish people and a
violin solo a Jewish meloduy by
Miss Fiances Buchanan.
Maccabees Elect Officers.
'1 lie Maiyabecs met in regular ses-
sion last. Friday afternoon for Ihe
purpose cf electing officers). The of
ficers chosen were as follows: pe
nic.r ipi.'st commander Mrs. Roberts
acting past commander Mrs. V.i.:n-
burn; commander Mrs. Estes; lieu-
tenant commander Mrs. Downing;
c..!)e;:1(ii Miss Anna Worthingtan ;
rc-o:d keeper. Mrs. Hharpe; chaplain
Mrs. Bradley; sergeant Mrs. Yeager;
lieutenant at arms Mrs. Odom; eap-
lain .Mrs. Dawn; ensign No. 1 Mrs.
Olson; ensign No. 2 Mrs. Spearing;
; . olor b-arer No. J Mrs. Hurley; col-
u: iif.i ;v No. 2 Mrs. Naudain; ncn-
.m; :: airs. Mercer; picket Mrs. liar-
lis. j ..!; i. .e adj '.liniment of (the busi-
aes:i niLci.n lefiOi-hmeutH were oa-
! 0mr. Ssuci Club.
I a iplul mooting of the Sans Sou
' . i cinb was held last Saturday afte.r-
n. a al the home of Mrs. C. M. Rog-
j.s. 'Ihe lesson on tho development
i i the nervous system was ably con
..a. le i l;y .Mrs. A. B. .Morgan. The
sulij cl lo be studied at the next
luce! ins will be "Fear." After the pro-
gram a social hour was enjoyed over
I Ih'i refreshment plates.
.Mr. ami Mis. Marry Hammerly will
be the hostess at a dinner party at
ihe C:ur;try club tonight honoring
.Iu'Ikc anil Mrs. V. M. I.ailey Mrs. V.
.M. Dulin of Denver and Mrs. Apple
by of New Orleans.
T!:e KvenlriR Ferty-.two club will
Kivo a dinner next Wednesday even
j in;; al Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
-Mrs. Sbepard for the members and a
few additional guests.
A modern discovery for the rapid
healing of flesh wounds cuts burns
bruises sores and scales Is Liquid
Dorozen. It Is a clear colorless tin.
uid possessing marvelous liealins
power. Price 30o COc and $1.20. Sob!
by Wren Drug Co. Adv. j I
Want Ads hrino
suits try thejth
ELKS WILL GIVE LOCAL "KIDS"
li!G TREAT AND TREE; GATHER
NAMES AND PURCHASE GIFTS
On the evening of December 21
the Elks lodge will bo hots to the
little tots In Chlckiyja who other
wise would have a very slim Christ-1
f.' as. This 1). I'. O. IS. member's will
as direct agents e.f feanta ( laus j
a:id will give a tree for the children
: '. .(he ledge hall corner of Third and
Tlio entire affair has been placed
in i. he li anils of a coniniittee appoint-
ed by J. W. Coiner exjlted ruler
sad il l nieii.l ers are rapidly rounding
up 'the details of tho job.
A scctii.n cf the committee Is se
curing a list of names ot the poor j
children In the city bach child is
I lUcd 11:111 e address age and sex.
being included. As fast eas these
i' lii r;s re secured they are turned
aver to O'ak .purchasing committee
whoso jcb is to purchase some suita-
h'e pi. I for girl or boy as the indi-
vidual cards indicate. lit Is the plan
insofar as 'possible to purchase not
only a toy but some useful gift such
as uu article of clothing for every
Invitations are issued 'to tho pa-
re: I : of these children and admit
lance Id tho lodge irooni. on Christ-
inas eve will bo ttrietly by invitation.
Willi the entire committee working
in harmony it is pl'.anried to have
r re-1. us and a tfeat for every child
A Christmas tree will be prepare'
imd li e .girts hung upon it. Sanlt
CI mi and Iris agents will take the
gi.'t. 1 from. !iie tree and present .then.
o :;:-.e' chili. "en. It is also the p':m ta
a-range a 'short Cari.-tmas program
U:r the entertainment cf the Elks'
The ';!an is not a new one wit'.i
the C'hickasha F.Iks. The lodge has
followed .his plan for seevral years
-.id scores of ehiidien each year
have ;:ad a happier Christmas be-
came of the el'furts of the "Hello
Billy.'' According to the plans this
year Is to be the crowning effort e
1 ho lodge in this respect. The fund
to meet the expenses are 11:1 'e r
ceiitrihutions fronii anion.'; Ii;e n e.a
' p---. Tlio Meat for the p. r.r ehiidrei
(his year will cost Hiie I'll!::: sjv. ra.
I u:iii d dollar.'.
Splendid C ugn Mcrticioc.
"As I fcel'tliat every family shoiik
I now what a splendid medieim
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is. 1
inn only too pleaied to relate my ex
periencc' and only wish that I had
nown of its nierila years a."o" writes
I Mrs. Clay Fry .Ferguson Station Mo
"I give it to my children when they
show the slightest symptoms of being
croupy and when I have a cough or
cold en the lungs a very few doses
will relieve 1110 and by taking it for
a few days I soon get rid of the
It ULL iviilLilllI i iIIIJii
Buck Hares in Combat.
An Australian correspondent des-
cribes "11 (lliikum slninl-iip fight" be-
tween buck hares. "They prop upright
011 their hind legs mid box with their
front paws sparring ducking upper-
.lttin(I in iiKilIt W: fashion fur Hy
ing in nil directions. When one pugi-
list gets winded or passed out he falls
on his back and skies his tail."
Ifuprosd vtim A3 Drill result.
Wire Us and
I )nn' I miss I lie ( '
iilieos fur ( 'lii'istmi s (
1. nler buy curly.
See olir line (if Klecl I i-
Stoves llul Plates I I u
lieaters Washin-1 M.icl '
Ifiineis Scwiiiff Mnchiiies.
"(oil 1111 lliin.'r." Tvv lis
Ja-jj-ifr. lit. "17 ifct'iii'ti' !' "'"f .. - iAiwiit'.th.F. -
T ' u m i : n ? n n u T; Ti i i i : ; ; i j m j : i : : : : m : m ; i
' n- f My MI'S.- 1 f ?"w 1 vj
g .: ALL NEXT WEEK! . .
M 1 Chanjjre of Irogram Every Day M
1 ADDED ATTRACTION j
If j. The Acme of Musical Comedy
lZ - FEATURING
I ' THE HAWAIIAN SERENADERS" I
II Musicians ami Singers
zS Nig'lit.-.' 10c 20c. 25c ard 35c
H PRICES Ma tines Pictures Only 10c 15c 20c
Made In Chickasha
1 M f
The rhinoceros nothwistaiuliii;: II
unwieldy shape and short legs. Is on.
of the most agile of beasts. A horse
mini can scarcely iniiiiiige to overtake
it find In strength II Is p.-vhiips un-
Hiirpassed by any nnlimil In the forest.
In a single combat no unliiial but the
elephant can stand up against It. To
kill a rhinoceros a ride bull must
Ktrike bebmid the shoulder.
Not So Young.
".Vhn t sort of a girl is she?'
"The kind that everybody says will
make a good wife for somebody some
! Where the Sexes Dilttr.
A woman cun do a thing she doesn't
wiint to do without milking unprint-
able remarks but few men can.
1 iii.Ui. iaikmam
We Will Wire
unity of freitiiif lOlect rienl Afijili-
fs. Our miinlicM's are limited so
i l eulatoi'.s Grills Table
; J''l;isb!l'liis Alajcs 11'
. TiiJiii: Lumps Ohio Vacuum
the Electric Shop.
419 Chickasha Ave.
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of the United States government are very attractive as an invest-
ment and may be secured here.
It is well to consider that an in vestment made now while the dol-
lar is at low price may bring more returns. Tho dollar which will
be returned to you from Uncle Sam in five years will probably buy
in mil more flour coal meat and clothing than the dollar invested
AVe ore especially well situated to obtain for our customers infor-
mation on any securities offered to the public. The service is free.
Condensed Statement of
THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK.
At the Close of Business Nov .17 1919
.jans and Discounts - $450121.36
.verdrafts - - 5340.60
.'. S. Bonds .. 50000.00
.iberty Bonds - 40050.00
.locks and Warrants - - - - 30731.74
iock in Federal Reserve Bank 3000.00
.ankiiiK House and Fixtures 1 20168.45
.ther Heal Estate - 10.301.S6
ash and Sight Exchange.. - 1!)5;246.!)0
Total -- $811566.07
apital - $100000.00
.urplus - - - .- .-20 000.00
undivided Profits 8575.68
ireuiation -- - 50000.00
ediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank 5036.40
-eposits 627 954.89
Total - - -$811566.97
Tl! above statement is correct.
T. II. DWYER .President
T. II. DWYER J. A. ROSfl ROY C. SMITH J. II. STINB
WM. E. DWYER L. D. MAJOR W. H. WADSWORTH
J. L. BURTaCHI. ;
Condensed Statement ot
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At the Close of Business Nov. 17 1919
.oans and Discounts $1)46743.33
Overdrafts . - 5846.04
Cnited States Bonos tG Secure Circulation 200000.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank - 7800.00
i'urniture and Fixtures '- 10 000.00
ueal Estate owned 73629.73
Interest earned but not received 155.-5
United States Bonds on hand - $15000.00
ash in Vaults anil wit.li Banks 591.2SS.95
'.nil with United Slates Troamirer.. 10 000.00
.iberty Lean Bonds . 86450.00
tale Counly and ('ity Warrants 346379.69
.'.ills el' Excliuiice - 90286.31 1 139.404.95
Total .-- T $2383579.30
Undivided Profits Net 14317.17
Circulation - 200000.00
Bills Payable with the Federal Reserve Bank 85000.00
Bills' Payable ' - 185000.00
Rediscounts - 104595.03
Deposits Individuals .$1387933.07
Deposits Banks 140863.82
Deposits United States ' 5875.61 1534672.50
Total - - $2383579.30
The above statement is correct. F. L. SLUSIIER Cashier.
Jli.i you in choosing a Uniik in which to place your savings and
.becking account choose one Hint gives you in return not just a re-
ceipt for your deposit but a valuable recognizable SERVICE?
The consistent growth of this Bank as shown by the following
figures bespeakes a compensating SERVICE rendered.
ORGANIZED FEBRUARY 28 1911
November 17 1911
November 17 1913 "
November 17 1915
November 17. 1917
November 17 19 A
THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK
The Bank that Service Built
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 295, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 13, 1919, newspaper, December 13, 1919; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730829/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.