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CHICKASHA DAILY E X P ft E S S, CHIC KASHA 0 K L A. H 0 M A .
"S. Ciur-i-ey 1 o ftM'.'.t WE ASK YOU it itnU mcr.t of 1 -:.fru"t t.-.r money to a Lai.i , a Jti -hi i of lit linhMM. atrenjftn. AhAi.Y;.;;;-T.Ur-'.!.J.Nr OK CON,jTJ.N Olf THE FI I i S T N ATI 0 N A L OA N K Chukdiha, Oklahoma. At the Cloe of Business IVLruary 20. 1212. ASSETS. Leant and Discount I Ttl is tbe amount of money w have loaoid out on la tfeift fliiil consists of notes, bonds and mortgage. I .' and Warrants .. Tliii is tie amount of money we have Invested In ttocki; county, state and district warrants ire tiny carried on our book it at par value. Bills cf Exchange on Cotton This is the amount of money we buve loaned on cot fin, and is payable on demand. Overdrafts This is the total amount our customers have checked out above tbe amount standing to their credit. We dislike aa overdraft account and la ordinary buaiues trabtactluai do not permit tbem. United States bonds to secure circulation This Is tbe amount of money we have Invested In United Elates bonds to secure tbe bank notes of thi bank whica are in circulaiion for like amount. United States bonds on hard Ibis Is the amount of money we hate Invested In United Btates bonds to secure United States desalt whicti we have at this time amounting to l,0b0.(W. Cash with United States treasurer 'I bis is tbe amount of money we have on deposit with tbe United States Treasurer to redeem our mutilated bank notes when forwarded to tbe United States Treasury for new money. Cash on hand Til's Is tbe amount we bars In actual cash In our rauld a bit safe. Cath with bant This Is (be amount we bare deposited wl(u banks In New York, Cbl-ago, HI. Louis and Kaunas City. 'I bis, plus tbe amount of actual ea.'-.h on band is tbe amount of our avail able tush. ff,'1)e04.78 8i.179.E6 .2,174.87 4,011.81 ,100,000 00 II.C'Lfl SO 5,000.00 .70,764.01 162,22191 Total Asets 892,889.27 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Fully Paid 200,000.00 This Is divided Into two thousand shares of $100.0(1 each. I and Is fully paid by the stockholders of this bank. I 8urplu 60,00000 Tbis represents that portion of earnings or profits from tbe business which has been get out as additional work lux capital and security to our patrons. Undivided Profits (Net) 1,411.75 This Is tbe amount of net profits we ba?e on band after paying all our running expenses to date. Circulation 100,000.00 This is tbe national bank notes of this bank consisting of five, ten. twentyfifty and one hundred dollar bills now In circulation. Individual Deposits , , 449,381.25 This Is tbe amount our customers tare deposited with u subject to check. Bank Deposits 78,424.44 This Is tbe amount twenty backs located la Oklahoma have deposited with this bank. United States Deposits 1,000.01 This is tbe amount tbe United States bis deposited wl'a UjIs batii. Reserved for Taxes , 2 671 83 This h the amount :et a it! e to he used In paying taxes." THE SOCIAL WORLD e HI ft-Hd sr- SO. 1i re Msa-r- MARITAL SUCCESS. I Ball for Benefit of Five y. ars ago he said to me, when tits Strikers. I was bushing twenty-three, "Oh, won't j Although bauiicapped by very tin you spend your lite with me?" ; propitious weather, the entertainment ;and ball given by the Chickasha Trades game Saturday afternoon was the third 'I will ! Council at Convention bail Tliursdaviof the series. Mrs. Coutinev had the evening, proved to be a very delight-! rooms of her home artistically adorn- V ( 1 1 &" '. r - I e r- 1 . (i i r tcb.es were arranged for the fame. M: v J. I . i rood won tr.e "in. A series of games is in progress and although p:xa are not given, the scores are kept and the winner of the games will be entertained by the losers. The "Dear h-art,, I anwereo Mm, the round of life .'Kj yoi fuli'ili lov--, honor and obey until" So e were wedded rather soon and passed a blissful honeymoon, alone, to s; tber and atune. five yars ago you'd rather wince a' such an odd coincidence I've rea! Iv hardly seen him since; I We're married still, it's very (rue, and vraliy quite devoted," too; but, ttn-n we've both bad much Jo do. i ! At first it was Just business that kt-pt bubble always at tbe bat, while I i ran Mary and the flat. ful event. The pu.-iose of the affair, a, explained by Mr. A. W. Bennett, who preside, while the program was being rendered, was to raise money ti assist the striking shopmen on the Hurriman lines. Air. Bennett thanked th'r musicians, teamsters and others who donated their services for the oc- i ca.-ion. Mr. 'John W. Duff made ai short address, explaining the strike j situation on the Harriman lines and reydintrs were given by Misses Mozelle .Siimjrter and Bess Letting. An eight-J piece orchestra, directed by Mr. Ab bott, furnished exceptionally fine mu sic. After the program was concluded dancing was enjoyed till a late hour. .Next, family funds to reimburse, Mrs. Rewman Guest of Honor. high finance marked him with her Mrs. Paul ft. man of Tw-adarx,,! s re, while I had baby and her nurse. I p., was the guest of honor at several j informal dinner parties and afternoon And, after that, be undertook to receptions this week Vf.a nwmn iia , Just returned from her honeymoon -l.,,..ur- .,,., l,..1; . I ..,.., ,!.(. t. Total Liabilities 892,889.27 Tbe above statement la correct. F. L. SL.USHEH, Cashier. The above figures show tbe condition of this bat. We Invite ac counts of all dfslrixig safe, conservative and liberal banking conneo nections. No excessive loans no borrowed money. wWkiijij.-i-v'W 1 M li l! J i m .9h. LIVERY "7 i DAY 3 n y H The Only Modern Machinery Equipped Garage in Grady County M - ...... r" i iapaDio ot taking care of all kinds of work, j; ti Everything for the Automobile and Mo-p torcycle. All wo KRuaranteed. Phono 90S I t I? Boone & Rickerts Garage 1 I 209-211 South Fourth St. i-'"i.T-..- ,nr7 I . .. .- 1. 1 . i , r L L & k 'w 1 i JLj 1 ' i U I 1,11. T V j 'Qood i JVi flff c;' w -' a 5-: t t i,t I t '1 Hit itYSIUi.fc iiiiiiuLlii li ' ' 1 " ' 'V . ..,!! a-. rr. ' i . a h,. S h. I a : 1 - u . 1 i. - . , a . Lunch Counter Open Day and Night riotet Mi mi? ay Modern in Every Way Catord to Ihe host reopie of Chickasha and Grady ' 'i Gounty. A home with had conveniences. MIDWAY HOTEL CO. Tho Best I i reil Andrews, M??r. of Meals M .ereraliy to keep the cook. As president he's In demand; a maid anf butler I command, a chauffeur. j footman, and a band. J A captain now of indn-try, you read of bis philanthropy; but home's the ; sphere for little men. : Our paths diverge it seems they j "have ter." I, really Is a thought, for i laughter "They both lived bapp'ly I evei after." juf. i 0 ; Miss Dies Honoree at ; Delightful Dinner. I Miss Leah Dies of Dallas, Tex., was , the goest of honor at a most delightful dim er party Saturday evening, given by Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Belt Is. The j dining room was tastefully and art.'s ; tically decorated in pink and while, the table being laid in the same color scbeme. Raskr-ts. filled with fragrant benches of sweet peas were suspended j from the celling over the ends of the j table and a smaller basket hung from : She chandelier in the center. Tiie han jdk:' of the b skets were tied wilh ' pink tulle and a silver candlestick with ; pick candles occupied the center of the tabic. Dainty hand-painted water eclor sketches decorated the place cards. The party was one of tbe most enjoyable of the season and the charm ing hospitality of the host and hostess juh'cd much to the success of the eve ning. Covers were laid for Messrs. and Mesdarnes J, O. Burgett, J. C. flood, Reford Bond, H. T. Bettls, Misses Gladys Burgett, Leah Dies and Messrs. Velborn. King onil .1. W. Rich burg: ATter dinner the guests spent the evening at bridge. o Ter.th Wedding Anniversary ' Is Celebrated. The tenth wedding anniversary of I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Richards was ecle jbiaied Tuesday evening at the home or Mr. and Mrs. A. I!. Mnrgan. Thirty fricnd.i cf tho Richards family were invited and a complete surtirise was given the guests of l.snor. Seven table.- were arranged for Karnes and card games played at four tables, while progressive dominoes furnished amusement at the other tables. The idea of the tin wedding celebration vv.t carried out in the score cards, which were tiny tin bells attached to hand painted cards. Mi's. Morgan served a delicious two course lunch eon Mr. and Mrs. Richards were Ihe r cipienfs of rnuny useful articles In ! tinware. J -. 0 j Miss DaRhner Hostess at Girls' Club. Miss Null Dashner entertained ihe members of the "Just Us GIHs Club" hi a ueiijuiuu'i jir:'mu Thursday ev niiig This tAcntyfir.it game of the scries of thirty games that are now in pngtess between two of the-members of the club and two Hie members o' (iie young men's Forty-two club, wa:- played. The score now stands twelve in favor of the boys and nine for the girls, Creat interest has been arcused in the contest. Miss Da'.hner sci ved a delicious two course lunch eoi,, the color scheme of pink and white being carried out In the table dtcotatlons and In the serving. The favors were pink roses. The club will meet next Saturday at the home of Miss I'aulitie Owen. o Rfeeption for Seniors. Invitations were issued Friday morn ini; to a reception for the senior class in high school to be given by the mem bers of the faculty April 16 at the res Id. nee of Mr. and Mrs. II. iC Spencer. Tb reception will be one of the big social events of the school term. trip abroad and is Blinding a few days her and Chickasha friends opened their homes in her honor this week. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lou than gave a dinner party and in the evening of the same day Vr. and Mrs, Reford Bond gave a delightful dinner complimentary to irs. Revmari. Tues day evening Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Hum phrey save an informal dinner party ai.'! Fnday Mrs. J. B. Srks opei.ed he.-- home to'the friends of Mrs. Rew man Many ladies called during the day. o District Meeting of Methodist Mission Society. The district meeting of the Woman's Mission society of the Methodist church will be held at the Methodist church in this city, beginning Tues day evening, and several important state officers are expected, besides a large number of delegates. The first evening a reception will be glven the delegates. Miss Oraoe Ila'.I of the Vir gin ia-Johnsr.ii Homo of Dallas, Tex., will be a gueol of honor on that oc casion, -its. R. M, Campbell, prcsS deni of the state organization, will be here for the meeting and will make tv.'r addresses during the session. A number of the stale officers are ex pected for the meeting. o Arrangements are being made by (he boys of the Baptist Sunday school to hold an Faster social at the home of Mrs. J. A. Thompson, ,next Friday afternoon. T 1 ? - Oklahoma National Banli Oiivjiul iHatemt'-nt (OpnijVnHPil) to th Comptroller cf the Cum-ncy r C C R U A R Y 2 0, i tr) , , - ! V ' .i. f t . 3 J .Your Easter Bonnet Should come from thia store if you want tc be correctly attired. Tbe finest line ever shown in Chickasha The very latest creations at mod erate pricea. Mrs. Bertha 'Baldwin In Ijbman's Jewelry Store ed with Faster decorations and the score cards were Easter cards. I!ic-, iotw refreshments were served. O- I PROGRAM. j 1. Wand Drill. j '. Chorus. 2 Danish Folk Dance "The Age ofj Diamonds." 4 Chorus. j ). Norwegian Folk Dance, "Moun- j tain Mtirch." ; INTERMISSION. '. Swedish Singing Came, "The First j - of May." ". Hoop Drill. ?. Glee Club. P. Crowning cf the Queen. Queen Velma Harvey. Attendants, Bernadette Dugan and Grace Webb. Reader Mozelle Sumpter. l'. .Maypole Dance. -o Spring Festival at the College. The initial spring festival will lie held this year at the Girls' college Aprli 22, and a program will be ren dered on the campus of tne college. The May pole will be a part of the festivities and the "Queen of j the May" will be crowned. Thp pro-1 gram has been announced and the pub lic is cordially invited to attend. It. Is (he aim of the members or (he faculty and the student body to make the spring festival an annual event In the college life. Th New Century Club. The New Century club met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. R. P. Type. A very fine sola on the piano was rendered by Mrs. W. S. Stalev. Owing to the absence of many of the members, due to the inclement weath er, the consideration of the topic was postponed. The work of next year was Informally discussed and several business matters attended to. The club will meet next tveek, April - 4, with Mrs. George Dasbner. Lesson Woman. Leader Mrs. T. J. C.ai braith. Roll Call Quotations on the subject of home. Pythian Sisters' Social. Misses La Veta Hawn, Thelma R ose, Jettie Driggers, Zella Stoddard and the Bird children furnished readings at the entertainment given Monday j evening by the Pythian Sisters, I'i'M hocor of the Pythian lodge members Iff at the monthly social. Musical num-i ber.s were also furnished by the Pyth- ! iati Sisters' chorus. Mrs. A. P. Hol- land presided over the meeting. Games were played in the main hall and re freshments were served In th dining room. Seventy-five people were seat ed at the tables. o Forty-Two Ciub. Mrs. Oatiey Anderson entertained th.- members of the Forty-two club at thL regular meeting Tuesday after noon a.nd three tables were arranged. Ihe guests ottier than tbe members were Mesdames Joseph Marable, Ar thur Browrtop and M!w Leah Dies of Dallas, Tex. The favors of the offer noon weer gold collar bullous. Mrs Anderson served delicious refresh ments. resource; Loans and discounts - - - ?2W),7("iG.9G Overdrafts - - - H.'XO.ZH U. S. Bonds .... 25,000.00 Premium on U. S. Bonds - 1!H1.25 Redemption Fund - - l.'JoO.OU Furniture and Fixtures - - - 5,0(10.00 Bills of Exchange $ 4,159.72 Warrants - - Ift.OfH.lO Cash and sight exchange 217,505.11 1287,328.93 Total - - - $G07,993.S2 LIABILITIES Capital stock, paid in - - $100,000.00 Surplus .... 2,500.00 Undivided profits, net - - 4,1'!0.8S Circulation .... 25,000.00 Deposits - - - 476,ai2.f4 Total - - - $007,993.52 The ahove Statement is correct. J. I. WHATLEY, Cashier. iiiiliikiM, ' I EE. CORN FIELD and GARDEN SEED I lome grown Seed Corn railed in Caddo County last year (1911) J. A. DILLON PHONE COG. CHICKASHA i -s-i 325 Kansas Ave. ffinWy jftfz"'? -itfli? fntUrim! B.P.Smith, President. VV. W. Home, Vice-Pre. Win. Inrnan, Vice-Pres. Ed F. Johns, Cashier. The Citizens National Bank CHICKASHA. OKLA. Capital $75,000 Surplus and Profits 45.000 Your Butinesi Solicited DIBECTORS:-B. P. Smith. Wm. Inman, W. W. Home. J. P. Sharp, J. F. Drivers, J. C. Drivers. Ed F. Johns Jflccountt of merchant, corporation tmi individual ".'.'.:'! ff. (civ extended contittenl ulth contervativt blinking, very coiir- THE U.5. SUPREKECCUSTC m -4 DECLARES Birthday Party. Master Ixmis Les'er entertained about forty of bis school friends anil playmates at (he home of bis grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Owsley, ot South Sixth street, Saturday afier noon, from 3 until 6 o'clock. Games and contests furnished the entertain ment. The parly was given to nek hrafe the young host's fifteenth birth- ; ?."y. Refreshments were served. o ' Sorosit Meeting. j In spite of the rainstorm Wedtieg. ;dnv afternoon, there was a large at j tendance at the Soro!s club mei-ting ' and the lesson was especially inter ! csting. Mrs. Bryce P. Smith was lead- j e.-. The club will meet next week at the home of Mrs. Klmer Terrell, lie j sfead of Mrs. T. J. O'Xeill'.-, on ac ; coiuji. of it being Holy Week, and Mr i O'Xeill is observing Lent. o Miss Wilson Entertains. Miss Mary Wi!on enleriained a few friends Informally Saturday evening complimentary to Miss Adsih Robin son e! Oklahoma City, at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Roger, r,n Minne ''''? avenue. Games and conversiition furnished the entertainment. Delir ious refreshments were served, the Luster idea being carried niu i,, !, serving. (ContlmieiJ od Page Tbrer) Li'-rJUfff f ' i - n, j i i 0UR5TATE BAfiivLANV C0..5TITUTI0MAL Better Be Safe Than Sorry Uncle Sam j3 a good business man. He takes nochances, "WHY SHOULD YOU?" We offer you every inducement consistent with good banking. No matter how largo or how small, give us a call. Place your money in our bank and bo protected by the Guaranty Fund of Oklahoma. The Farmers Slate CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA. U F. COURTNEY. Prudent. E. VV. POWKR CusLr J). U. ESSEK, As-U-Cashier. - '- itllllf