Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 120, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 19, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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CBIGlASttA D A I L 1 iXFliN CHUIAIB. 0 I L A 0 H A
Condnt'd Statement cf
The Iir.st National Bank
: c!o cf t.u'iis May 1 1S17. f'
Ki.. wCi.i K;
jam ar.d d.'w our' --
Overdraft .iit.- -
R- d i t" Uite'o-. f i il - --
Premium on bond-t
Fum't'iro and ?. i n - -
Federal R-rv- hnk fVk
L'niud ii!.vts bor.d t. sN.;;r'; i ir i.'-uioii --
IT. C. tor;'! on lun-l .-
Cash With V. 8. Ir-i-nw
C. h In vaults
Ctmh ith hai.k- ...
kinds arid w.r: t!" '
a.'ilii lif i I. a : i k r -
- ' V.-'1'
. 4.- j
it s2 1 : i T :..'-
Surplus - i: 1 .
Undivided i-rof.u. i-t. II.
RIWI for Vim 2-
I r.divi.l-i 2S
Deposits Li'ik-t lj;.5.47
ro:ti ste. -s ii .'..s ).!'.'; .:.
Tho f:hcvj M.it'-nvr.t t corrci r
F. :.. SLIV.HLU. Ca-:!:r
The abov f :rir t-!m-.. iV m Dion r.f this hank. We itjvito a ..j:it-
I'jf all desiring i.f.'. i mii'-rv.ihvc :r.l liberal bankl.-.g connections. .V') re-
.IseouritH. No henowr I r-ioney.
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V-Av I ;.'J h !
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e .':; r j a'
liii -t liaru:inK .r Mi- lr-
o'Ly Oorniau. t. Mr. V:i:im Kilward
;.:k y. Mn. (; ': .'! R. H" r. Jr.. a
x; t-r i tho frro-iitl. r.tt rlaiiifit on
V.'"-l!ii-ilay afternoon at the bom of
her p.o'.!sr Vri. V.'. it. CDk-y. 1Uc
t x.'n were l)-a jtitully (le. or.ttf ii fi-r
the cr a-iiuti :tu ro--. swett iias
and tioiieyxui Kie. ar.d thr taS!fs cf
fi.rty-two -r( urraiiK'd for tde guet.-i"
:-a-ure. The tailit Were heart s'liap-
J is m.1 hure the letters "Ua::d G "
sd Ath-!ia Wil j Koiiu'ing the Kumoi a rcfrtahing
hiiuli'-oii was fi.rved and on the sal-
ail p'::st ea. h guest found a tiny seal-
ed i!'it. On beiii? op'Oied the nut
were foutid to contain ViTfii of poetry
ami the.e rMd i onei utivc'.y. told the
"It was Sunday iiiplit and l'io (lif.-
I Sat in a dimly lighted hall.
Vexed and troubled and ko perplexed
i:.:- Junior and Senior ( 'iuM-ics yellow To learn the Sunday's foifiotteii'text ;
at.d whl". anil black and gold. Ea- .Only three word? "Love one an-
'- M e; Ci. t ai tii- 'i i
lif. f". of : h :;ii Ar-rt
(J-dy. Me'v.i! !::
liau. Then they v. it
! to l.'.e Olid t.
l:i t l.y 'h!a .Shu-'e
lvn..- Cora Ari l T-ion and Io.'a Smith
-'.-;t"! the rnt' to the jaj :nr and
T'l'.t (f-rd !! al.d I. ere l!e fjr.. a;t
(;i the Vi;l;l u4 .-el.l. Vi troU
u.u-ii' fu: hi-bed th ratTfainiiieiil Li is -Ul
Howaid .Norton Inv.r-d t!. ftay
thi'ir.p to thr: haii'im t hall wh -fe
J'i...i.. J : i-H !-i:d ': one Uuiidi'.'d biitl
f..'teen gne-ti. The olors u-:ed io:
'.a orations wcie thf: colors of both
D. j C. Elect Officers.
Tii i.!i:u:p-.l matter of lut!ns at
t:.e rneei.:g (if toe Iutihtsr of the
t'ohfed'-ra'y T leilay ?:eruio:i at
tii'S Loiiif i;f Mr H. I.. Rii h-ii'd-. was
thf if. t.i;i of of fi. -its. The offices
were Md a fellows: Mrs. J. A
Thorn; s.vj. president; Mrs. I. T. liar-
!!!!. flrit v.i e pre-iident ; Mrs. L. A.
Zanders secoi.d vii e rcitident ; Mrs.
L. G Reyiodd.-i. recording secretary;
Mr-s. Will DriKgors. trea.-cjrer; Mrs. M.
V.. y.i . i-owpor.ding sccrfttary; Mrs.
R. M. ( avett. hlsdr.lan; Mrs. C. L.
Wliidclon. parliitmeruin ia'.i ; Mrs Lizzie
Cothari i u todiau of flag.
The L-auKhtirs voted to assist the
('r -iie!cry a.--o lation in observing ha-
tlotuil Dei oration day. May 3'h
A yoiial boar foilovseil the b'j.'incs
rnef'tir.g ar.d Mrs. Richards aerv d de-
: !: lou retre-iliiiiftit .
l Jiir! ' jJ iliiirllii:11!!:-11"11 ---'-- t..
irtOl j lliiiyiiiliilli l
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ifl til -r
May 1 1917
I-fiftng and dirtcouuli
Furniture and Fixtures
lUliS of 1-xcbanKO -
Jiopda and warrant . .
Cash end Sight exchange
ft ' $i:.5i:.c.s:'
Capital Btock paid In - $ 50.000. uo
' Surplus - . 00000
XTndlvlded profits 74 l.'i.fet
Ii.served for taxes . 4"3.S I
above statemetit la correct
J. V. W1LSOX CuMhl.ir.
; ke'4 of Marec hai-N'ie! ro.it were ar-
i ti -ti ally arranged on the two lout;
: tables. The place card! for the .Sea
' io.'s were dainty bluebird a symbol
j of h.ippines-H pneperi'y and siii t't s
'and for the Juniors were bultet fllios.
i There was also t each plate a wee
program with the Hchedula of toasts
jon one side and the menu on the other.
and a beautiful rose an a souvenir.
I A five-piece orchestra furnished tie-
i lightful music while the guests were
served a delicious seven course din-
ner. .'.ficr the dinner the yenlal toast-
master. Mays Jones introduced each
toast maker in turn. Mollie Janet Gray
gave a beautiful and appropriate toasl
to the Seniors and In response Mattio
( eiette Widney gave a toast to the Jute
' ior ho'.ts expiessing the appreciation
'of tiie S'-hiois. Susie King gave'the
' toast to the faeulty in which fho ex-
pressed tho giatitude of but'.) classes
for the untiring work of each teacher.
I Mr. Paul it. Morrow bu.i introduced
I next and at the reijuest of the toast
master the guests stood ai;d drank to
'the good health and future success oi
J Mr. Morrow who i.-i leaving the high
'. school this year. Mr. Morrow toast'
' eel the occasion ; : td ftated that this
! hanii;et was on jt the best he had
ever attended. Walter Griffith gave
(They were both trying to keep out
of sight of mother)
'Love." that Is easy it means simply
A warm embrace and a loving kiss
Rut 'one another' I donot see who
Is meant by 'another' now Kdward do
Very grandly he raised his noble head.
Our thoughtful hero and tdowly said.
As tie smiled on Doro'liy
'Why you are "another." and I am I
And this is .the meaning don't you see
That I must wd you and yon must wed
Tuesday June 1017."
At the conclusion of this clever an-
nouncement Mis Dorothy received :
the affectionate felicitations of
Home Culture Club.
I Tl'.e Home Culture club held its last
regular business meeting for the year
ye.iterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Oatley Anderson with Mrs. Roy
Smith assistant ho.-tcs. Mrs. Mar-
tin Coryell met with the ciuh ladies
and gave a splendid and practical talk
on food rations for children and the
canning of vegetable". She will njeet
with the club again in bean canning
season and give a demonstration at
the home of Mrs. L. D. Major.
j Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Smith serv-
ed an appetizing and balanced menu
consisting of chilled salad wafers.
who was bread and butter sandw iches and straw
The club I: planning a picnic at
Shanoan Springs Lr "e:u Friday afternoon.
C. W. B. M. Meets.
A splendid meeting of the Christian
Women's Hoard of Missions va; held
her In the parlors of the Christian church
friends and was presented with a Monday afternoon with about forty
pretty combing jacket by Mrs. Heeler ' members present. Interesting reports
and Mrs. Gilkey. i of the convention at Enid were given
The E'lest list for the afternoon in- hy Rev. and Mrs. Byron Hester Mrs.
eluded Misses Susie King Rebecca C. S. Foster and Mrs. Margaret Lee.
Ani'slroiig Helen Kimbro Williamae j The convention w as the largest ever
Crawford Nell Austin Leta M-jor.j.-y1 held by the C. W. Ii. M. in Okla-
Rirger. Josephine I'oole Rosa Chas-fhoma. The lesson for the afternoon
tain Edith Mosley. Lucile and Nellw'as well prepared and led by Mrs.
Darhner and Zella Stoddard and Mes-1 Neville and several delightful musi-
datnes Harry Ludlow L. A. Browder ' l-al numbers were enjoyed.
M.F Courtney. Prs
J.W Wilson Cagh C F? Phillips. AsstCash
mrmmmmimtt-iJtf . I JI. m") 1 luly--P. ii 11 "B.I ' : 'j'WF'Uify '.
I .j.!. .... .......Ikilirr-"'- -- r''t.-J.-.JJ-.---li)--- Jt-S-i um
A. G. McKain George R. Heeler Sr..
II. F. Gorman Harry Scott O. B. Hunt-
an intres'lnH toast for the imagine "T. U. V.. Kstcs. A. b. Morgan U
year and Kenneih Teis gave an ai- j Kiliey and C. K. I'lott.
propriale toast showing the serious Later in the week invitation were
side of the Spirit of the Times. The ! issued by Mrs. Gorman to the wedding
next toast was given by liallie Grims- which will occur at the Lpworth Meth-
ley. Citing tho Mrongest influences of 'oilisl church Tuesday morning June
course and the las; I "
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ELI AS .'OWi-
Huw-fl w;b liom or i-t.ir jiints ftaft
OIIB nl a (HlUliV of I ii' i l ll.ililieu. At
tli ;n nf sl jut to Woiit slirkinvf
Ullll teeth tlnUMKll tile le.ttiHT tl.'' ioi
ruttnn C;m1s. I 'n he ninl'ur ti t--r lie OU-
tlthii'ii woik lit it nut'-itine utieje Tlie
j.o-llliltv of se tiK 1'V niiirlMlli-tv had
nden U-eti ji"keit i;' HM'l li'ivr lt utilti
illteier! (ll'l Il.st h! leeipl V .IS : lu.l-
rMtie Witt) . IU e.Jir. ie!i!il ;i I l.nt.l eint-
with an i-'o i'l tue n.iii.iie w iih it piuvi!
lie nlll'i'llTl! the hh-u of !in' two
t'nriulw linil iiiiikiiitr t'io stlr)l Cv nieaas
of a pfeitlle. Ill IM.. lie niiviT'ii 't In
petvinir l.'ie hvftMtR of t'-o n'iils er e!-tli-.
ene t.r n u n .-; f til ' fur his f un it
tti tlletl ttlett to llil"'i:i'i' It l g t ll
t. ilium. Imi they u.oinnl jt. wmiM run
Hrt viim f'lrer-.l to t'lile n '!.-e its tim-
btelift luiiker HI !.". 'in -er le'ik to p:o-
vi.U r.t- tiht faiehv.
In t s I. iii;.ihi tM- 1 t'1 ifitl'il'!i-i hit
ti.n-lil;i" JOel In e- i:0 est.lMt-.lwiMMOS
.-.- .-- Z W ie-re I t. tteiehlM" W'lie ) I; ' f '. i U' d. tilev
.-'.- C & w r" l.-. keii M . It i oiiK- ;i:' r
. f4T. B PH yens of !-l-i; fled !i:fiNllp t't.tt
the high school
toast was given by Joe Hart in his
own way. His subject was "Boom-a-I.ac-a
Sis-Hooinah 1 " He closed his
toast with fifteen rahs fur the Banquet.
As the guciits arose from the table the
Juniors sang in honor of the Seniors
who are soon leaving ('.U.S. and the
Seniors responded with a song to
tho Junior hosts.
The Seniors wish to express to the
Jul'fjr class and to Miss Flagler the
class advisor their thanks ior the
most delightful evening oi' their high
i.t nine o'clock.
Mies Dorothy Stono Hostess.
Miss Dorothy Stone was the hostess
at a pretty party last Saturday after-
noon honoring one of the departing
O. C. W. girls Miss Helen Wray.
Illir.d bridge amused the guests at five
tables and for making high score. Miss
X-aRuo Marr.s won a daintily bound
shopping list. Miss Wray was present-
ed with a vanity case. Miss Stone
served a delicious salad course late
in the afternoon.
Miss Wray who made her home with
.Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stone while attend-
Afternoon Wedding. '''-S he O. C. V left Tuesday even-
A pretty afternoon wedding v. as that I inB rHr lu r home iu Monroe N. C.
of .Mrs. Grace Morris Martin' and Mr. Tho guests at her farewell party
Ianie Bain which .was solemnized u 01 0 -Misses Alma Cochran Hazel
After the program. Mrs. A. B. Coch
rati the hostess served lovely refresh
nients and pi evented each one present
with a nosegay of rose buds and ferns.
l:i ;o Ml
(''-.'' t ' ' J m Hl Milne ot hH t-n cit ") H't.1 in ti e nix
y7't -U "i ).' i-:iMe' ;:r.v' I:-.-. $-..). tr
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till-. I!' I lit Jl.H'i'1 a ll.IV
TOIL AND HARDSHIPS OF YOUTH
Kilai Howe bad his i-hare. but the pn-ah r pa.rt of bis lite he had happi
ness. honor and plenty. All of us are better prepared to t-t.tnd a liltle hard-
ships BOH" than we will be later on. Now is the time
- YOU NEED THE SUPPORT OF OUR BANK
Open an account w it li us and add something to it regularly. The real
benefits will follow.
Gitizens National Bank
Thursday at three odoclc ;:t the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Morris :iii Colorado Ave. The
looms were simply and arlistically dec-
ora led in fi rns. palms and cut flow-
ers. The marriage vows were r-rd by
Dr. L. L. Cohen in the living room be-
fore an improvised altar of polled
plants and tall pedestal baskets of
pink and while cania'iciir. Tho br'do
Owsley LaRuo Marrs Li.'.a Richards
Winnie White Hatlie Futoransky Cor-
nelia Coryell Helen Lawrence Naomi
Bowman Kathleen Dawson Lulu Lee
Iva Daly Alice Hunter Rose Chas-
tain Dorothy Gorman Raniola Drake
and Florence Stone and Mrs. Isaac
Cilebrates Fifth Birthday.
entered on the arm of her brother1 Mrs- w- Griffin gave a dcightful
lo the strain of Mendelssohn's wed- liu'--v Tuesday afternoon to thirty of
ling march played by Mrs. C. L. Mor-.uln niemis or tier little son jaeK. in
Crowd at Tournament Dinner.
A hundred and twenty plates were
served at the tournament dinner at
the Country club last night. As is
customary on these occasions the din-
ner was quite informal but none tho
A number of the dinner guests re-
mained for tho dance following which
was also a happy nodal success.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Riddle had as
their Euests at the dinner Mrs. A. C.
("nice of Oklahoma City Mrs. M In-
t.vro of New- Orleans Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Ludlow and Mr. and Mrs. Har-
Mrs. Ben Hampton was tho hortess
at a pleasant meeting of Hie I'resby-
terian Guild Tuesday afternoon. The
members took their fancy work and
after spending a couple of hours at
tin's agreeable diversion they were
served lovely refreshments by the hos
tess. On a visitor Mrs. Moore was;
Mrs. G. M. Stone will be the hos- j
trss at tin next meeting. j
Bide a Wee Club.
The Bide a. Wee Club was entertain-!
ed Wednesday afternoon by number 3. i
All the members were present but two I
and Mrs. Stine and Mrs. Mays were I
especial guests. The hostess served i
delicious refreshments made during j
the afternoon. On Wednesday May "n j
number 4 will be the hostess.
lis. she was atiircd in a sage green ' eelebration of his fifth birthday. Games
faw'iing su't with accessories to'01'0 Pl'tyed out of doors and after a
tsi.tl.'h and c.trri-d a shower bouquet merry afternoon the tired but happy
o' lr;i'e' rose ; ! little folks were invited into the dining
Jiun.ediatdv follow inir the cerenion v ' '"' where a two course luncheon was ; Dlnner for M' Wray.
an ice com so was served to the guests ! 'ved. The dining mom was decor-
who w ere only ihe most Intimate aU'1 i" red. w hile and blue and the
fi-ci-ds cf the bride and groom and i ''K hinhdaj cake whit h was the ceu-
their immediate families.' !'"' attraction bore five lighted
Mr. and Mrs Rain h it for an c v i ' ' ';:' - Mrs. Griffin was assisted in
entertaining and serving by Mrs. ('
The Oklahoma Natinoal Bank
Official Statement (condensed) to the Comptroller of Currency at the close
cf buiiness or May 1 1917.
Leant and dWcouuts -
C. S. Bonds
Stock. Federal Reserve Rank
Furniture and Fixtures -
Redemption Fund -
State Bonds and Warrants 2SO7'L0."l
Cash ar.d Sight Eichanga - 4SO0'il.S4
Total - I1.220.C8I.15
Stock ? 100000.00
i 1029 585.00
Reserved for Taxes
The above statement is correct.
Wm. H. DONAHUE Vice Pres.
Attest 1 1. CHANDLER Cashier.
The above statement indicates our state of preparedness. We are fully
equipped for co-operation with both our government and our patrons in
su.stairtins and alleviating the burdens of WAR.
M?r with money
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MEMBER FEDIRAL RESERVi Si'SfEM Of BANKS
The FEDERAL RESERVE syste m of banks ef which
our bank is a Member Bank is the beat banking system
ever thought out. A bank which pi e ves iu elf worthy
of boomint? a member can take its pecuriti s to the
Central Reserve bank wl'r never it wer.ts to 8rd GET
Therefore when you put your money in cur tank YOU
get it when you WANT it.
Put YOUR money ia OUR bank.
The Chickasha National Bank
('iide$ trip to points north and east
itl'ler which they will be at limr in
Mu-koRie wh"re Mr. Rain is concoct
cd with the M. K. and T. railway.
Miss Lida. Richards complimented
Miss Helen Wray with a delightful
dinner party Monday evening having
as her other guests Misses Iva Delv
Alice Hunter. Alma Cochran and Dor-
othy Stone. Miss Wny ef; f.
A. Cliincholl. Mrs. K. G. Reynolds and " oay tor her homo in North Car-
Mrs. J. R. Fresley of Kansas City. :il:a-
Master Jai k was ihe rec'pient of
a number of pretty gifts. rl5nc at snanean Springs
The Daily Express Delivered
One Week for only 10 Cents
Beth Mr. and Mrs. Bain are well
known here and have a wide circle!
f f.ioo.u iRcbckahs Elect Noble Grand
1 At a very interesting meeting of the 0Se. O.C.W.
Mr s WiPaieae ( raw foul who .spent Rent kalis last night Mrs. Bertha Tat
Hie pu-t winter w ith l:er kisti r. Mr. terson was clecu-d ticlde grand. After
Oatley Anderson and attended tha O. the regular business session a social
('. W left for lo r home in Toukiwa hour was enjoyed and lovelv refresh-
"'s morning I ..-. -.-rved.
1 .MlSS I.MVo'ip TrtJa. f T.' 1 :
u 1 liOIOilllliO
and Miss Virginia Hancock of Mus-
iuder.ts were hostesses
a number of the local n r u- -..
at a jolly picnic at Shanoan Springs
(Contioueo on Page Thre.)
This is Final. See for Yourself
$29.00 Dresses they are dreams $21.50
$27.50 Dresses taffeta all colors $19.50
$25.00 Dresses soft silks $18.50
$20.00 Dresses silk combinations $16.50
$15.00 Dresses sport combinations. .$12.50
New Skirts. New Waists.
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It is easy to pay off a loan with the
Pittsburg Mortgage Investment Co.
because our terms are so liberal and easy. See us
for that farm or city loan.
J. E. WHITE Manager.
31S Firit National Bank BIdg. Chickasha Oklahoma
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS HAVE J complaint. Chamberlain's Tablets is
DONE WONDERS FOR ME." (the first medicine that has given me
! positive and lasting relief" w rites Mrs.
"I have been a sufferer from stom- Anna Kadin Spenccport N. Y. "Charr-
ach trouble for a number of years and herlain's Tablets have done wonders
although I Jiavt? used a great number for me and I vr.l.ie them very highly"
of remedies recommended (or this Obtainable everywhere d&w-lai
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