Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SEVENTEEN, No. 69, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 21, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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OniOKASHA DAILY EXPRESS C J 1 1 C K A S H A OKLAHOMA.7
Condensed Statement of
The First National Bank
of Chickasha Oklahoma
At the Close of Business March 7 1916
Loans and Discounts - - $810449.67
State County and City Warrant
oa Bonds . .
Furniture and Fixtures
Real Estate Owned
Federal KeFerve Bant Stock
United States Borids t par
U. S. Bonds on hand
Cash with U. S. Treasurer
Cash in Vault -Cash
State Bonds ...
. . 5881.55
' - 7800.00
. . 200000.00
Circulation . .
Deposit Banks 1 2015.05
United States 5000.00
It above statement Is correct.
F. L. SLUSHER Cashier.
The above figures show the condition of this Bank.
We invite accounts of all desiring safe conservative
and liberal banking connections. No rediscounts. No
Rubber Goods and Toilet Articles.
Oest Toilet Soap in this Territory.
Only the PUREST and FRESHEST of Drugs
used in our Prescriptions.
Wren Drug Store
"In Business for Your Health."
Phone 19. 3rd and Chickasha.
OF THE TOWN I
A Sign of Spring
Kite time is battery time too. If
yours needs attention come in. We'll
inspect it free and put it in condition
t for summer. Don't delay we know
our business. ' "
The Model Garage
Free inspection of any battery at any lime
Try a Three Line Want Ad
Tim ritirke or het-tia of ten pieces
fmnislicl (lie wusie for thf "Ford"
ili.m e hist eveiiins anil delighted all
'ioIIi dancers and simple onlookers
with the excellent quality of their
Faying $6000 Interest.
City Treasurer Clark Is mailins to-
"ay to the holders of thf bonds thfl in-
terest on the city's water and sewer
hoiidff. These Ixiim'b were Issued in
The total amount: of interent
paid today is $n000.
Here From Lindsay.
J. 1). William a leading citizen of
t.ii.dsny neighborhood stopped over in
Chickasha today en routo from Lind-
say lo Mangum and remained several
hours the pueft of his old friend
Sheriff Hodsre Pniley
City Primaries Today.
The precinct city primaries are be.
Ins h?ld today in all the precincts of
Cliicka.dia. An alderman will be nom
inated fn in each of the four wards.
Judges of the primary at the different
precincts report mi unusually liht
Parson Haley Hard Worked.
F.lder Haley of tiia Second Baptist
church stated th! uiorn'riR that lie
T-as probably the busiest minister in
(hickan!ia just at this Immediate
rending. During the past week of
seven days Mr. Haley delivered eight
tiermons at different churches in the
county going overland from one ap-
pointment to the other.
Gets La'ge Auto Truck
The management of the Chiekunha
Ice and Cold Storage plant has added
w large auto truck to its regular equip-
ment. The truck has a maximum car-
rying capacity of five tons and is a
! filtydiors-j power. It will be used lr.
making wholesale deliveries only and
will be put In commission the 'uter
part of the current week.
Vcstern Union Manager Coming.
Manager S. M. English of the West-
on Union Telegraph company lias
r.otil'jed R. AY. Dnlin manager of the
local ofifce of that company that. Mr.
Kn.nll.sli and his party will bo in Chick-
asha one day this week--the date to
b. aiinouiu't ;1 later .Manager Knglish
has requested Mr. 3H;lin to arrange a
meeting of a nmnoer of local mana-
gers oC the territory immediately Tri-
butary to Chickasha on the date upon
wlikh hi party will he in this city A
noonday luncheon v. ill also he arrang-
ed upon that dale.
1 till ! I lib-
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VtV' iis! in
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Good flour good baking powder good salt and good
cooking ought to be combined with a very good
shortening to produce the best biscuits. Cottolene
makes wonderful biscuits because it is a natural
shortening which improves the flavor and betters
the quality of foods cooked with it.
Try it with your next batch of biscuits; then arrange with your
grocer lor a regular Bupply and use it for all your shortening
iryir.g and cake-making.
liausJL FAIRBAN Ki.e cJ
ifeL?uiifif.Cofe' make I good cooking betterM.
Modern Woodmen to Meet.
Tiie regular . iiicetir.g of the camp
will be of much importance tonr-jlit
as we will have Special 1) puty J X.
Ticldo with us who desires to discus
plans for the adoption of a large
"class. Be sure and come. John Nlr-
haus V. ('.; T)t K. Emerson clerk.
Injured Trainman Resting Well
Advices received from the Chkka-s-lia
ho: pital state that Charley Pad-
gett the Rock Island brakeman who
was seriously injured at Kuril ctprir.gs
on the the morning oil -March l.'i by
being caught and crushed between the
cars 1b .resting easily and doing an
well might be expected considering
the nature of his injuries.
iJeMolay CoinmHiidry Knights Tern
filar heli an interest ins meeting yes.
tcrdny afternoon assembling at 1
o'clock. Degrees of the Temple were
conferred upon Albert E. Ilennings
and Ray AY Teer-nnin both of Tuttle.
After the exemplification of th? work j
adjournment was taken to tbo Earli'i
holel where claliorate refreshments
were served. '
AY ANT ED Four or five rooms fur-
liishtd for housekeeping close In
modern; permanent Phone 04. 3-:;i-Gt
GRADY COUNTY EXPRESS
25c A Year.
This great offer is made for
an indefinite period. AYe will
send the GKAt'V COUNTY
EXPRESS for one full year to
subscribers In Grady county
only on receipt of only 25
cents. THINK OK IT the offi-
clal county paper rock-ribbed
fTwrtic s with nil ths local
political and official news
every week for 2 cents a year.
Start today! Remit in coin
GRADY COUNTY EXPRESS
' No. 9938
Oklahoma National Bank
Of Chickasha Oklahoma
Official Statement (Condensed) to the Comptroller of
the Currency at the close of business on
MARCH 7. 1916
Loans and Discounts . .
Over drafts . .
U.S. Bonds ' - -
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Furniture arid Fixtures -Redemption
State Bonds and Warrants f 33.410.64
Cash and sight exchange 332831.78
Surplus - -
Undivided profits net
Re discounts with Federal Reserve Banks
Bills Payable - - -Reserved
for Taxes ...
Deposits - -
Total - - -
The above Statement Is correct.
Wm. H. DONAHUE Cashier.
A modern bank whose directors and officers are
well known solid business men who administer the af-
fairs of the m3:itution carefully and economically ...
iiliMIW Itiiifii 1'iUf t'tf fti
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
We are here
serve you ;
Special attention given to small accounts
and those not in the habit of keeping
a bank account.
You will find that the best friend you have
on earth is a bank account. It com-
mands business confidence
The Chickasha National
T. H. Dwyer President. Roy C. Smith Cashier
Report of the Condition of
The Farmers State Bank
At Close of Business March 7 1916.
Loans and Discount!
Bill3 of Exchange
Bonds and Warrants
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash and Sight Exchange
Capital Stock Paid in
The above statement is correct
J W. Wilson Cashier.
Try a Want Ad for Results
Three Times for 25 Cents
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Unrivaled Pre-Easter Exposition of Women's Garments and Hats. We are displaying
Styles and Values which are positively unrivaled.
Our business has been fine thank you; due in a measure we believe be-
cause we handle exclusive Ladies Ready-to-Wear which enables us to
handle a much finer character of merchandise and the best part of it we
do the business which enables us to get new garments every day. Any-
thing you see today you will not see tomcrrcw and anything you may
not see today you vill see tomorrow as our New York resident buyer is
"Johnie on the spot" If there is anything new we get it.
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. SEVENTEEN, No. 69, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 21, 1916, newspaper, March 21, 1916; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc731507/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.