Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 210, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 2, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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rsO EE STRONG
5 0 EE LIDERAl
0 EE PROMPT
To Ecrve its depositors well and truly
holding their interests identical with
its own; to grant as generous terms as
re consistent wit l good banking; to
welcome the small account 33 cordially
ss the large one; to be satisfied with
small margins of profit in it3 business
transaction? and to give its customers
a fair measure of its fucccfs 13 the
First National Bank
Surplui $ 60000.00
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
One of the greatest factors in the .banking
world is courtesy. All of the officers and em-
ployes of this bank endeavor to treat you with
the utmost courtesy. We always have time to
be polite. We extend a courteous welcome to
you to become one of its many depositors.
The young man with the small amount of
money receives from us the same courteous
consideration as the man with a large sum of
money. A courteous bank for people who ap-
Farmers State Bank
U. F. Courtney President.
Some banks accept business;
the Chickasha National Bank
invites it. There is a differ-
ence which the average cus-
tomer is quick to appreciate
T. H. DWYER1
THE GREAT LONDON
Bigger and better than ever. Howe e
Croat Umdon Circus w ill soon be with
us Tery department has lxn-n en-
liirgwl. Five hundred arcnlc perfonn-
pn; over a hundred cages contain the
Million Dollar Zoo. and tho show is
completely filled with n"W and abso-
proves it 25c at all druggists. 't
J. W. Wilson Cashier
;R0Y C. SMITH
lutely different novelties. Tho Great
London Shows Consolidated is truly a
mammoth liu-tliution. When one has
seen it from end to end outside and
Inside and has formed an Inventory of
what ho has seen and learned for a
very nominal fee how much real pleas-
ure and benefit it haa been he can
easily understand why a big three-
ring circus of the high standard of
tho Great London Shows occupied
the enviable position in the amuse
ment world that it does.
The far famed Dublin Dapple Grays
J2."i0ii Prize Winners are also pre-j
senteu In conjunction with tho Big
Tho Great London Circus will exhib-
it! Chickasha Monday Sept. A. ;
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Pleasant Morning Part.
Barbara and Lu j" Stiver
were the ku-i-?h of honor at a ! U'.t-
fa! party given by Mini Rosana Crow-
by Wednesday morning. Five hun-
dred was played at thirteen tables
MihS Bern.ire Hawk-? leaking high
score received a crepe dc thine band-
konhiff. Iainty handkerchiefs were
aiiO presented to the. gue-4 of bon
ier. I'artlapauug in we morning a en-
tertamu.enl were the Muthts Barbara
and Lucy Weaver of Oklahoma City
Dorothy Duncan of Ada Lusle West-
fall. LaYeta Jorjr-s Madeline SanU-
ford. Helen Fox. Bernice Hawley. Lu-
lu Lee Lusie Bradky Had.e Levy
Lavouia N'.ai Marjorie Cochran Cath-
erine Hui-key Ada Bess Buriiey. Lois
Horne Marjorie Dwyer Irene Wilson
R-gina Jonea Montrfcssa . and Madon-
na Wantlaiid. Edwina Ikard Erin
Jones Ruth Pierce Carol and Eliza
Rice Claudia Fay White -Mary Ellen
Haynes Ixirolby Corruan. Joy Ringer
Frances Riddle. Theima Rose Loi
Smith. Enid Nichols Susie King. At-j
berta Smith Ann Robinson. Lyli
Smith Pauline liaucher Lucile Dasb-
ner. Sarah Crofford. Fay Hollings-
worth. Margaret Coleman. Bea Coyle
'Margaret Streeter Florence Brooks.
Lyda Richards Ada Hudgiua aud AI-
! bertina Harris.
The hobtess was assisted by Miss
Jessie Lynn Baker Frances Sandford
and Ruth Williamson.
Complimenting Mra. Montgomery.
The afternoon at cards given Wed-
nesday by Mrs. Charles Trammel was
a particular compliment to Mrs. li. K.
MoitKim-ry who recently moved to
this city from Lawton. After meet-
ing the honoreo the guests were seat-
ed at small tables where the favorite
pastime of bridge was indulged in.
For making high score Mrs. Brownson
received a set of table glasses a sim-
ilar set being graciously presented
Mrs. Montgomery. In an all around
cut Mrs. Myron Humphrey won a pret
ty pair of gold hat pins.
rate luncheon In two courses succeed-
ed the cards.
Enjoying this pleasant afternoon
were Mesdames Reford Bond Ludlow
Ileitis. Riddle Alger Melton. Hamil-
ton. Adrian Melton Frey H. B. John-
son. Burton Kheegog Charles Wil-
liams Cashell. T. H. Williams Plott
Slusher Scott Brownson Bowden
Harnmerly Spencer Johns Barefoot
Humphrey Griffin Craven Bynurn
Dallas Erwlu and Montgomery. j
Five Hundred Party.
Five hundred was the i hosen game
at the pleasant morning party given
by Miss Helen Fox Thursday from
nine until twelve. Miss Bernice Haw-
ley won a pair of gold hat pins for
making high score and Miss Susie
King a set of lingerie clasps in an all
around cut. An Ice course was serv-
ed at the end of the game to the fol-
lowing guests: Misses Sarah Crof
Rosana Crowley Barbara an.! j
Weaver of Oklahoma City La- (
Veta Jones. Bernice Hawley Florence
Brooks. Mary Elb'u Haynes Thelma
Hose Marjorie Cochran. Dorothy Gor-
man Frances Riddle Marjorie Dwyer
Hazel Owsley Nell King Carol and
Eliza Rice Grace Whatley Jennie Boll
Haze. Lucile Dashner Joy Ringer
Lois Horne Bess Coylo Madeline
j Sandford. Dorothy Duncan of. Ada.
I Irene Wilson Lavonia Neal Sadio
Levy Margaret Coleman Alberta
: Smith Fay Hollingsworth and Mrs.
Slumber Party for Guests.
A Jolly informal gathering this week
was the slumber party at which Miss
Rosana Crowley entertained Tuesday
(veiling In honor of Misses Barbara
and Lucy Weaver of Oklahoma City.
Card playing music and dancing were
enjoyed until late in tho evening and
after a night minus the slumber a
lovely breakfast was served. Tlio
guests were Misses LaVeta Jones
Thelma Rose Bernice Hawley Mary
Ellen Haynes Marguerite Streeter and
Surprised on Birthday.
ThO members of the Guild and the
Social Circle of the Presbyterian
churih surprised Mrs. E. B. Teis with
a party complimenting her last Sat-
urday night at the parish house it be
ing her birthday. A most congenial j
crowd was present and tho evening
was a pleasant one for all. The la-
dies presented Mrs. Teis with a sub-
stantial gift. Mrs. Jonas Cook speak
ing appropriately iv. their behalf. Re-
freshments were served late in the
7 7T j;
Mi Sarford Entertain.
Mis Madelyn Sandford a the hos-
t v- to a few friends at a charming
party Wednesday afternoon at five
o'clock honoring her g i .-l. Mina IXr-
othy Duncan of Ada. ProKrecsive
sanies furnished the diversion after
which the hostess was assisted by
Misses Ruth Williamson and France1)
Sandford in nerving a delicious salad
course. Carnationi) were the fragrant
favora given the guesta.
The young ladies present included
Misses Rot-ana Crowley Jenabel Haze '
Irene Wilson Suie King. Dorothy
Gorrpan Alberta Smith Frances Rid-
dle Marjorie Dwyer Marjorie Coch-
ran Mary Ellen Haynes Helen Foi
Ruby Hay Josephine Poole and "Leta
Major Mrs. O. B. Hunter and Mrs. E.
O. Sandford. and from out of the city
Misses Dorothy Duncan of Ada. Lucy
and Barbara Weaver of Oklahoma City
and Frances Hillman of El Reno.
For Buck Johnson.
The sixty members of Chickasha's
Juvenile crowd who were entertained
Thursday afternoon by Spencer Bare
foot honoring Bucky Johnson re-
ceived invitations which read In part
"Meet nie at the Sugg." There an en-
tertaining nialinee was enjoyed and
a popular screen entertainment by
Charlie Chaplin at the Kozy followed.
The young guests were then taken to
Roddy's where the ice cream parlor
was reserved for them. Flowers deco-
rated the tables the host and honoree
being seated at a central one. The
guests found their places by cards at-
tached to three small sticks of candy.
Delicious refreshments were served
a color Kchcme of pink and white be-
ing prominent In both the decorations
and refreshments. The individual an-
gel cakes bore the initials "B. J." In
pink as a compliment to the honoree.
Slumber Party Enjoyed.
Miss Lessie Wood entertained . a
number of friends very pleasantly
Monday evening serving a lovely Ico
course at midnight. The amusements
jof the evening Included numerous
games one of which was unravelling
a spider's web. At the cuds of the
cords of which the web was formed
several prizes were found. The la -
dies of the party remained for the
night and an elaborate four course
breakfast was served Tuesday morn -
lng. A color scheme of yellow was
carried out in the tabl? appointments.
The guest list included Misses Blanche
Rishel Ortha' Nell and Fay Hickman
and Jessie Brown Mesdames Bond
Rishel and Campbell Mr. and Mrs
Knov.les Dr. and Mra. Warren and
Messrs. Joe McClalland Albert War-n-n
Harry Ojers and Albert Har-
Bridge Party for Guests.
Honoring her sister Mrs. C.
Scott of Ft. Madison la. aud Mrs.
B. Johnson of Corpus Christi Texas
Mrs. F. L. Slusher entertained at a
charming morning party last Satur -
day. Bridge was played at four tables
and Mrs. Myron Humphrey was suc-
cessful In making high scoro. Her
favor as well as those of the houor-
ees was correspondence cards. A
dainty luncheon refreshed the guests
at noon. Among those present were
Mesdames Homer Bond Reford Bond.
H. B. Johnson Ben Johnson Olive
Adrian Melton Humphrey Ludlow
Witherspoon Riddle Harwell Bow-
den Scott Frey Brownson and Bur-
ton. Honoring Mrs. Scott.
Among tho pleasant parties of the
week was tho informal morning bridge
at which Mrs. C. E. Scott of Ft. Madi-
son ia. was the favored guest and
Mrs. Homer Bond the hostess. Cards
were played at three tables aud the
trophy for top score a dainty plate.
was awarded Mrs. Reford Bond. An
ivory toilet piece was presented Mrs.
A delicious collation was served at
the noon hour.
The playera were Mesdames Wkhcr-
spoon Olive Murray Reford Bond
Charles Williams Cashell Burton
Humphrey Dashner Doughty Scott
1907 Bridge Club.
The members of the Iflii? Bridge
club enjoyed an Interesting meeting
with Mrs. F. E. Riddle Tuesday morn-
ing. Mrs. H. B. Johnson of Corpus
Christi .an honored charter member
being one of the especial guests. Top
score was made by Mrs. Harry Lud-
low the club game being played at
Enjoyable Party for Guest I " ' "' ""' ."T' ...' "-"-j3
Enjoyable Party fur Guest
Mitte Montre.-.-o Waatland an I
Carry? Ritterbu.'ib entertained quite
ecjoyably Friday eviii::g ia honor of
tLtir ho jse. iat. X'.i Ar.-e Margaret
Wolvetton of Ed.t'jnd. Dancing and
forty-two made the evening la.-. hap-
j.ily and an ice course was served.
The guest lkt ins'.ud! Misses Ro-
hm Crowley Lut y and iiarbar.j
Weaver Oklahoma City Frances Hill-
man. El Reno. Edith Mweiy. Alta
GriKt-by. Madelyn Sandford. Jenabe!
Bate. Lois Smith. LaVcU Jones Lulu
Lee Mary Ellen Hayne. Fannie Lee
Moore. Iv.? Daly Arkadeiphia Ark..
Erin Jones Juephin Pool. Rubr
Hay' and Madonna Wantiand and
Meru. Foster Rice Rasberry
iIa).jt.gi Major .Weaver Duncaa. Hen
i ry Woolen Motley Alvin and Looney
j Wallace Pool Whittaker. Baker Lee
Ceibs Turner and McCauley.
Jack and Jamet Cranwell Hotta.
j About thirty little friends of Jack
aD(1 Jarces Cranwell were invited to
i-pwid from seven until ten o'clock at
the home of MrB. H. A. Cranwell
Thursday evening. The near ap-
proach of school days seemed to add
a special inducement to use each mo-
ment to advantage aud games and
dancing were hearitly enjoyed. Ice
cream cones refreshed the tnerry
youngsters. Little Miss Helen Mc-
Reycoldti of Ryan and Belton Johnson
of Corpus Christi were out of town
guests. Mrs. Cranwell was assisted
in entertaining her sons guests hv
Misse9 Florence stone and Marion
The Women of Chickasha
Last Sunday night Dr. Lawrence L.
Cohen Jr. pastor of the Epworth
Methodist church preachiid on "Why
Men Dfmt Joln the church." This
guu(ay at g:0O p. m.. he will preach
on "The Women of Chickasha." He
will review woman's history during
slavery trace her social place In the
modern world and then address him-
Belf to the reason for the breaking up
and overthrow of the American Home.
He says "Women are either social
architects or social anarcikists. They
are a blessing or a curse. A blessing
if they hold up the standard of mor-
ality; a curse if they stoop ?"
Mrs. B. P. Smith gave a delightful
all day party Thursday for the pleas-
ure of her mother Mrs. Lcdford who
celebrated the seventy-fifth anniver-
sary of her birth on that day. A dain-
ty color effect of pink and white was
conspicuous in the decorations and
( uncneon BerVed at the noon hour. The
j afternoon was spent informally. Mrs.
Ledford was the grateful recipient of
ja numter of pretty gifts. Enjoying
lne day her were Mesdames
bridges Cashell Owsley Merchant
1 Enj8j fjisher Grogan Johns and
Blind Bridge Party
Conspicuous among the many par-
ties enj0yed by Chickasha's younger
set this week was the afternoon at
blind bridge at which Miss Thelma
Rose was hostess to a number of her
friends Friday. The game furnished
fun at eight tables and high score was
made by Miss Joy Ringer. An ivory
nail file was her favor and an ivory
buffer went to Miss Lucile Westfall
as a consolation. Miss Marjorie
Dwyer was the fortunate winner of a
' cxl w
gold hat pins in an all around
heu tho guests tired of the
cards a dainty Ice course was served.
Early Morning Picnic.
An interesting event took place
Tuesday morning at D:30 o'clock
when Mlsg Lucile Westfall entertain-
ed a number of her friends and their
guests with an old fashion picnic
breakfast at Shanoan Springs. The
occasion was one of unusual pleasure.
The guest list included Misses Rosana
crowley Bernica Hawley Thelma
Rose Mary Ellen Haynes and Lucile
and Barbara Weaver of Oklahoma
Sunday School Class Entertained.
Miss Jessie Brown entertained the
members of her class In the Congrega-
tional Sunday school on Wednesday
afternoon from three until five
o'clock. Music and gameB were en-
joyed and a lovely Ice course was
served. Tho class will meet next week
with Mrs. Frank Warren 1307 South
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hampton had as
their dinner guests Thursday evening
the Misses Irene March of El Reno
Lucile Dashner Marjorie Cochran
Alberta Smith. Margaret Coleman
Messrs. George White Caldwell Chas-
tain Jim Bradley Howard and Ted
Shower for Bride.
The ladies of the Rural Neighbors
club and of tho Triscilla club gave a
shower for Mrs. McGarvin. a bride of
last week Tuesday evening at the
It's Easy Sailing
For the man with a Bank
How is it with you?
Oklahoma National Bank
i H W "T .art" -.iWiW i
home of her mother Mrs. J. J. Smith
south of the city. The ' honored re-
ceived a host of bcauUf'U and useful
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ludlow celebrat-
ed their tenth wedding anniversary
Tuesday and were the luncheon guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Riddle on that
The Presbyterian Guild will hold its
first meeting for the fall season on
next Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the par-
Mrs. L. C. Hutson and daughter Mil-
dred are expected home tomorrow
from Colorado Springs where they
have been spending the summer.
Makes Connections With Ike Dorgan and
Will Get Into Classy Circles Leav-
ing Late hi September
Texas Tate has attracted the at
tention of the bigger stars in sporting
circles and has made connections with
Ike Dorgan Frank Moran's trainer
with whom ho will go to New York
the latter part of September. Thi.i
offer was the result of two exhibitions
with Moran when the latter was
"shown up" by the rising' young Tex-
an at Tulsa. Moran Was to have
fought with Morris at Tulsa on Labor
Day before tho fight was called off
and Tate was his sparring partner.
Dorgan has already taken Tate in
charge and shown him that In pre-
vious engagements Tate had over-
trained. Tale Is spending a few days
Again the iconoclast is out with his
ox and another nfld very popular medi-
cjil Idol lms been punished namely
sleeping out of doors the Homeopath-
ic Envoy states. It was great while
It lasted but apparently It Is now on
the way to the scrap pile of medical
science where sooner or biter nil that
brand of science Is cast. Sleeping out
of doors Is all right for those who live
out of doors like travelers In remote
regions soldiers In active service and
the like but It hns been at last real-
ized that for those who live In houses
the colne out of a warm house to the
often bleak or damp air of the out-
side Is not always beneficial; In fact.
Is very often hurtful. The same la
true of sleeping with wide-open win-
dows which Is all right In certain
states of the atmosphere but as an
Invariable rule It Is an error. In noth-
ing Is common sense more needed
than In medicine and "health culture";
nowhere else Is It oftoner lacking.
Classified advertisement such at
"Wanted" "'For Rent" "For Sale.'
etc will positively not be received for
the Express by phone. They must ba
Drought to the office. Please do not
phone them. It ! embarrassing to us
o refuse to receive them 11-3-tf
OF THE TOWN
Secures Life Certificate
Miss Fay Smith returned home from
Edmond yesterday having completed
her work at the normal and secured a
life teacher's certificate. She will
leave about September 18 for Tulsa
where she will teach this fall and
8-HOUR BILL WILL PASS
(Continued from Fage One.)
meet the Birike.
Between now and January I when
the law becomes effective it ia ex-
pected that the details of a general
plan of resistance will be worked out.
They believe there will be no strike
The following roads took the action
above stated: Tho Burlington North-
western Rock Island Erie Katy Al-
ton Illinois Central Chicago and Eas-
tern Illinois New York Central the
rfennsylvania the Lackawanna and
the Santa Fe. ;Jt
Ford Would Shut Down
By United Press.
Washington Sept. 2 Henry Ford
today wired President Wilson that he
will shut down his automobile plant
on Monday if the railroad strike Is
Local fans will have another oppor-
tunity of seeing the Chickasha nine
In forced action Sunday when the Law-
ton aggregation will bo brougnt here.
The ' visitors are coming determined
to cinch a reputation by duplicating
their feat of last Sunday when they
took the locals to a cleaning on tho
Lawton diamond. They are coming
with a famous spit ball artist from
the southwest district and the big
Indian Hanks will do tho receiving.
Local managers declare they will
put up the best nine. that has walked
on the field this year in tho effort to
avengo last Sunday's defeat. Blass
the invincible will be in the box and
Phil Dayton his regular receiver wili
work behind the bat.
It was announced at noon tifday that
R. A. Shelton well known to tho
Chickasha fans as one of the best
players who ever appeared on the
local diamond would bo used In the
infield and Weller or roolow -Redskin
would also probably bo in the
The game is called for 3:o0.
WANTED Room In good home dur-
ing college year. Write me in care
of the college. Rudolph Richter. 31-"t
I wiss tlara wootison went to Ho-
bart this morning to visit over Sun-
WANTED Clean cotton rags at the
Dally Eiprei office. Highest casa
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