Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 286, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1917 Page: 2 of 6
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CniCKASHA D A I L ir EXPRESS CHICK A oil A. OKLAHOMA
( 0!Hli'll;i-iJ t- tat tlK lil of
The First National Bank
" (If ('lib kasha Oklahoma f"
At tllo cUit'o rf busiii'-ss November "mil 1!H7. x
Loans and dim-omits fS')U30.2t
Overdrafts . 2 1. ;?.:
Real estate owned mwM'0
Premium on bond -- s..'C3.n
Furniture and fixtures . lo.imo.M)
Stock in Federal Ht-xerv batik 7.s-uo.nii
V. S. bond to secure circulation. . 2iMt.xeo.itO
V. S. bonds on baud . . . ... $ 1 ."..ihhi.ihi
Cash with If a. treasurer ii.l'imumi
Cash in vault - 78.77.:!7
Cash with tank - - mcvc:..:! I .
Bondn u ltd warrants '!!! 0.11 '
Liberty loan bondn :!1 l.2
Bills of cxehaiine j. ... "ti.llil .'.-I Sni.(i.".S.()2
Total f l.!m;sM'.o:i
Capital $ 2!Hi.lHHMiO
Surplus. . tto.tmo.iio
Undivided profits . lo.Sf.ti.ti8
Reserved for taxes 2 (inn. no
Circulation ..!... 21.111111101111
Individuals $11 " 1.1 02.:! r
Deposits: Hanks 2;.'. 4 1 1.12
United States ll.oiu.Vii li;io.t;l 1..1.1
I'iio above statement is correct.
' . . F. I j SLl'SliER Cashier.
. Tlio nbovc fijut-.-ts idiow the 1 nndition of tills bank. AVo 'Invito
accounts of nil desiring safe tonsirvativo mid liberal banking ton-
Iiecliont). : No ; rediscounts. No borrowed inoney.
DIRECTORS J 1). Sugg 10. B. Johnson C It. (Campbell gain Da-
vidson J. II. Bond It. Bond Don 1. Johnson Alger Melton T 'II.
g SHORT STORIES I
'' k:: v . 'if; you have saved
I ?f t 11 i . -f
I Open Buick Hcadquai ters.
j ('has T. Wiiliani;; luis op-'io' I a j
j Mulesrootn 11 ltd si-uim :.ta'iu:i for
1 Dull k f'M.i at 121 ;'-ouih Third ffi'-el.
Hi- in show inn th" new Cuirk resiieiw
! and is pivpai ed to jjive lit itii il .ser-
vii o to Dub k owner".
Red Crooa Board Meets Tonight.
Tin- nKlllaf mi-etlilK of lb" execu-
tive board of I Sim (Jrady foully- C-d
CroKS elibpter wi!l bo held llii.4 eve:'.-
Ing at 7 at. the new lie;diiiai-l'-r.i J
In th 0 federal building. All ini'inh'-i ;
are requested to be present. j
Return from Trip.
! Dr. D. S. Downey and family re- '
turned yesterday fnuu lleitl'vetla ;
whore thev spent the Tbaukieivii'i-'
liolidayrt Willi lnenda and reiaUve--. '
The doetor naid that the O.aik Trail
i wan a mighty fine road after one Ml
Grady eounty. j
May Move Hero j
W. ('. Webb of Auadarko was a
I bii;ine.s! visitor In this city today.
Air. Webb iiaid that lie was eo'item-
platinft moving to this city if be
could find a vueaut bouse in wbir.h
; lie and lii.s family eu!d live but ir
yet bad not been able to do no. j
Officer Visiting Here. j
First Lieu'enant W. II. Dalloon of
the lmDanal army is ependiiiK Keveral i
duyn in Cliitdiiudia awaiting bis as-:
Migunient to n eonimand. He has ;
just eompleted tlio (raininp; at Leon
Springs being one of the suieees.sful '
candidates from t'bii'kasha for an of-:
fieer's berth. In addition to the isln-'
glu Kilver bar on bis uniform denot-
lug his rank Lieutenant LaDoo;f
wears a bit of ribbon on bis uniform !
signifying that he fought in the ;
Spanish-American war. !
;i is safe- It is safe
- UiUd hi the -bank oi
.aw!-" guaranteed clc
"v. ... . ... j .posits
Dect.me ono of our customer? and enjoy the privileges wo extend to all
wdc'SP.pHtors. .Qcn 5'Piir ftccount to d.:iyt jvbothor. large or email In a safa
No man can pronosy the future. Vou can't foresee Blekness falling
1 .-a Inst position accident or Ulaas-ter.
A bank account la ttie greatest assistance to offset discouragement
gxlir any conditions and we are always ready to aid our customers to
.bfl f 11 Heist possible extent . . ymi-
'Interest paid on Barings.
The Farmers State Bank
. ' ' -J4fco!v.'iLitoljM.i ' ' 1 1 n .V wi
of . Thrift Says:
1. T" 1 n
. A 1
0 to t t o
llabils formed when young bavo
much weight iu your life
DriuKins peace and content of dis-
order and strife.
V 1 7 The habit of saving will AVer lead
I J ; tdu astray
;So call at the bank and start saving
'r f rr
t& A ' t t 51
GREtN'S AUGUST FLOWER;
Has been used for all ailments that i
tiro Paused by a disordered stomach
And inactive liver such as sick htud-J
ache constipation hour stomach ner-.
vous indigestion fermentation of food j
palpitation of the hernt caused by gas-j
es in the stomach. August Flower is ;
a gerttle laxative rgti!ntos digestion
both in stomach and intestines cleans
and sweetens the stomach and alimeu-.'
ary canal stimulates tlio liver to se-
crete the bi'e Impurities from the!
blood. 2a and 7a cent bottles. Sold by
Wren Drug Co. Adv.
A J if.i?
71 LA I "
p i It Lit I
Every Man Wants to
Look His Best
Clothes don't make the man but it has
a bij; part to play. That is w hy ihe 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.
w ; n.
J. S. GARNER Mgr.
.. -No. SW8 .
The Oklahoma National Bank
Official statement ' (condensed) to bo Comptroller of Currency at the
close of business on November 20 1917.
I UESOUrttTCS -v
Loans and discounts- $1.1C1.81LC9
Overdrafts- I-'- - C.430.10
r. S. bonds : ' ' 12C.S30.00
Stock Federal Reserve bank . - 4 MOM
Furniture end fixtures - MWM
Redemption fund ----- LO.OO
Slate bonds and warrants $ HO 782. Mi
Cash and sight exchange - 1 - 41011;:.; 4-101)17.82
Total - - I.745:;02.C1
Capital stock - - luCOOO.Oft
Surplus - - --0-
Undivided profits net - U47ti.lO
Cireulatkn - 2eoe0.G (
Dills pavablo '-m'
Deposits -4- '"X-S-"-'1
j0(;1 $1745 82li. ."il
The above statement is correct.
I Wm. II. DONAHUE Vi'-e Pres.
Attest F. T. CTI ANDLLTt Cashier.
"The Iiank that Service Built."
ilY IS "TOO
FULL FOR WORDS"
SHOW AT J
(Continued ?-otn rage Oue.l
In coinpliaiice with (lie new pun;.
try law stipulating that each school
district nuisl bold a poultry show
the Friend school has . jui t i-onipli-led
an exhibit who'v fancy Darred Rock
White Rocks White Leghorns.
Leghorns White yamlol I es Iinri'
Cochins and Itanium-; were on ills-
Tlie following prizes were award-
ed: IClbert. Dennis first prize $1.7.".
on White Itock; W. 11. Suiitb. .second
pruo (first 011 Barred Kecks.) SI 5i ;
Dailey .MeCalla. third prire. (first (in
White Leghorns). fl.nO; Willie Har-
per fiHirlli pi-ii-.e (ss-ceril on Bnrrtnl
The home demonstration tsReut rc-
tired Mrs. Caiterali to judge the
show. She scored each bird that was
was nut disqualified
for each step.
In speal.it 1: of the
e'' -vi:! "This rem'
having dirty spots on the clothing or
dust on their rifles at inspection.
Few wore the courtesies paid them
however for an attraction far greater
to 1 01 porn I man than politeness lay
in bountiful measure upon each well
scrubbed table. If there were long
ings In the hearts of the men. or if
tlu re were "voids in their
Mills that seemingly could not bo
filled" they were crowded out of
their systems for the moment by the
plentiful goodies which they consum-
ed with unhampered appetites.
Many are the things that could be
said about this Thanksgiving dinner
which was the first that many of us
have ever eaten away from home yet
I am sure the reader will excuse the
writer for not. giving further details
when lie .says that there was a pie
left on the table after supper this
evening and that be is now literally
"too full for words."
Oyster Soup Cranberries
Turkey with Oyster Dressing
Duller Mashed . Potatoes Peas
- Corn Gibiet Gravy
Olives Celery Lettuce Sweet Pickles
Roiled Sweet Potatoes
Pumpkin .sad Mince Pies
Fruit Cake Table Raisins
Apples Oranges Bananas
1 ' .
x si 1 1 1 1; 1 ; ... - ;-r t-
H 1 S
1 ' SI
Is I $ f -
1- .11 - 1 1 A - ... .f
Get the Genuine
-s . i.-irict. .: 'i -ci j;.e air r s
hen lays " eggs a year it is h - p.-!
that wiiii these pnultry slums and
gp show in January the reisers will
learn how to handle their birds in
der to increase the epg outintt. lie-
Friend school is doing progressive
w i rk -aious ail lines." -
CASCARA H QUININE
Nf fidvnnc? m rrtce for th '0-vcfir-old
: 'ir.olv ac tor 24 tal.l-ts- i."t -ne
( i n t
I'jmr . Vti'i s'ivc c w::cn you hi:v
1 - ---v
At any Iruff zorfl
(Continued from Page One.)
present and immediate task is to win
the war nothing shall turn us aside
from this until it is accomplished.
AVo shall regard this war won only
when German people say to ua
through their accerdited representa-
tives that they are ready to agree to
sa-tticmeut based upon justice and
the reparation of wrongs their rulers
The president said that as far; b
Turkey and Bulgaria are concerned
they were only to declare against
war and that war against them at
tir.s tune was not necessary.
Ue has additional legislation that
seemed to ho necessary to the ends
in view that will lie presented ami
I ho -e measures are to be given the
no -l careful consideration by the
government at this time and immedi-
ate action is of the gravest impor-
tance. Wheezing in the lungs indicates
that plcgni is obstructing the air pas-
sages. BALLARD'S llOREHOUXD
SYRUP loosens the phlegm so that it
can be coughed up and ejected.
Price .."c r.Oe and $l.oit per bottle.
Sold by. Wren Dru$ Co. dl't-Wit
The reason why the man with money lias a real. Thanksgiving is bo-
cause be STARTKD to bank bis money a long ti-ne ago and is now re? p.
ing the harvest of his early thrift.
He is thankful that he didn't SQUANDER his money on extrava-
gances or p'-.t it into some "Get-Rich-Quick" scheme.
He is thankful be BANKED it. Are you thankful that you have
banked your money? . ; - '
Put YOUR ntone In OUR bank. - --j
AVo pay 4 per cent Interest. ' . : i "
' -is-- - "T H E ;--
Chickashk; National- - Ban
Puy it here for just a little less money.
Big supply of Cane Sugar in a few days.
All prices subject to market changes.
Full Cream Flour IS lb. sack
.Expansion Flour 48 lb. sack...
Yukon's Best Flour 43 lb. sack
Lahoma Flour js lb.' sack
Meal 1 7 ! lb. sack
I Weal s 3-t )h. sack --4.
Colo. Potatoes peek
Potatoes per bushel --;.r
Fancy Cabbage per lb. .
Fancy Onions per lb.
No. 2 Tomatoes 2 cans
No. 2 Tomatoes per doz. cans..
No. 3 Tomatoes cans r ...
N'o. V Tomatoes per doz ...
Extra Standard Corn 2 cans
Extra Standard Corn per doz...
No. 2 Pineapple per can
Lard Compound per lb. 1
! Large Criseo per pail r $1
Swift Premium Hams per lb
I Sw ift's Premium Bacon per lb.
Salt Pork per lb.
! Sugar Cured Bacon per lb.
New Walnuts Brazils and
J Almonds per lb.
White Laundry Soaps 1 bars
P. Sc. G. Soap 4 bars .
Good Rio Coffee per lb. .
C Good Coffee per lb.
5 j Peaberry Coffee per lb.
10 yuan collee per id.
.21 ' Country Butler per lb.
.50 Fresh Eggs per dozen
Located jmt across the street fron Fostehue. Ptone f40.
66 rm TOT TO
A fP-Tkr W TF?"
Starring Emily Stevens in a Metro Supt r-Feature Photoproduction which proves without ques-
tion the real duty of every American. Sugg1 Theatre Wednesday December 5th.
Prices 10c 15c.20c and 25c
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 286, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 4, 1917, newspaper, December 4, 1917; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc733100/m1/2/: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.