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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, . CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
PAGE TWO Personal Mention UHliHIIIflfllUIIIIIItlHUHllIUilllillllinil Mm. Jami'S W. Hannah, of Apache, .in recovering from un operation formed yenterday in a local hospital. ('ily subscribers !o tho dully Ex press not receiving paper by 6:30 p. in. are requested to notify Mra. W. I), ("oilier, plume 691. ,f Air. and Mm. Tom Hnrko and 'dauithter, Miss Mabel, have returned from. Ml tie UK'lt, Ark., where I hey ' ttpent the week-end with friends and relatives. City subscribers to the dally Ex press not receiving -paper by 6:30 p. are. requested to notify Mra. W. li. Collier, phone Kill. tf Joe GerKtenfield underwent a minor operation in a local hospital yesterday. Champion mixed chicken feed $2.00 per 100 pounds. Hltsche Seed HouHe. V. A. TewkHberry is Iranf-ting 1 'business in Luwton tod;;;-, City subscribers to the dally Ex press not receiving paper by (1:30 p. ja. are requested to notify Mrs. W. n. Collier, phono Cfll. tf Small Expansion Flour $1.30. Large $2.40. Free delivery. High school Grocery. Phono 25. 30-3t. I). E. Emerson of the John F. Uribi store hero, was a visitor in Aimher this morning. Tomatoes No 2, 10b, No. 3, 15c. Three small cans 25e. Free delivery. High School Grocery. Phono 25. 30-3t. Make your chickens lay, feed Pratt's Poultry regulator. Beef scraps and Oyster shell. Bltsche Seed House. 27-3t. Swift Jewel shortening, small "buckets, 80c; large buckets, $1.50; Compound 18c per pound. Free de livery. High School Grocery. Phone '25. 30-.U City subscribers to the daily Ex press not receiving paper by 6:30 p. in. are requested to notify Mrs. W. J). Collier, phone 09 1. ' tf i Chas. I. Miller left yesterday for a business trip to Cprdell, where one of the Miller and Levino stores Is located. Xmas trees, uet ns boo your or der for Xmas trees now. Bitsehe Seed House. 27-3t. Mrs. J. M. Reichard, formerly Miss Marcia Dikeman, Is here from. Hom iny visiting her another, Mrs. Ida Dikeman, and sister, Mrs. J. D. Peacock. Mrs. James P. Shofner left yester- . . . . ,1 ...1 t... i,v.i,.r.a tf ' my tor i'urceu wiinrn i" spend several (lays with friends and relatives, Irish potatoes, $1.90 per busbe'.. small oats 15e. large 35c. Two cans j LUllo Kernel corn 33c. Free delivery. High School Grovery. Phone 25. 30-3t. Ben Levlne, local merchant, re turned yesterday from ; a business trip to Oklahoma City. Kev. and Mrs. Hern Smith, of V'erden, are guests at the home or Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoy Orr. Itev. Mr. Smith Is pastor or the First Metho dist church of Verden., for him the hand of Helen and the blessing of her mother. He "Just has to dance to express It," when he "wins a priceless violin and a priceloscs girl in one evening." Professor Penning peculiarly enough finds his long lost opera and with It his sweetheart, who first in spired him, to write It. 'Lost Opera" Will Be Staged To Get A. L. Fund for Club "The Lost Opera," a musical drama In three acts, will be pre sented at the Sugg theatre Friday afternoon and evening under the auspices of the Chickasha post of the American Legion. Funds de rived from the show will be added to the post's club-room, fund. In addition to tho musical drama, the regular movUt program will ho offered. "The Lost Opera" la a. lramu writ ten expressly for the presenting cast, to carry the message of a great moral and to display the power of munic. An old musician, Professor DennJng, when a young student at Lelpsic, , composed an opera which wan inspired 'by, dedicated 'to and named for his swoeheart Louise. Because of the rendition of an aria from, the opera, Louise becomes ac quainted with a wealthy New Yorker, who Is visiting In Germany. She marries him for his money, steals Professor Denning's opera and goef to America. ' Professor Denning lives to be a blissful old bachelor. At the outbreak of the war in Germany, he Is come polled to leave in order to preserve his life, because ho opposed Gornrin militarism. Thinking to obscure his ' ,';u,iilir liu l,niiua ft flf i 1 i t oil with the Orpheum College of Music in a small Western city. Here, he meets a young lady who "can whistle" a Btudent violinist and an elderly lady who calls . herself the housekeeper, but -who is Jn reality the dean of tho school. While here,( he sinks deep his philosophy of how to be "A good loser;" he displays the musical talent of his companions rnd the soul power It carries. Mrs. Baldwin tells her life story to Helen, (reveals the fact that she is the real Louise and that her married life 'with the wealthy man was un happy and ended In disaster. Her mother's story helps Helen to decide in favor of the poor musician, whose simple love and true devotion wins her against a wealthy man whose money is attractive 'but whose char acter is decidedly ego. Tom, Morton, a poor musician, with a whole soul and a big heart, makes good In various ways; is "a good loser" when necessary and a "a real sport" when he should be. This wins You Take Our Fur niture the way. we Had it Priced in order to sell, llieti red nee it '20 per cent. AVe don't mean MAY15M it. is cheap, hat it. is cheap; color and jrrade makes no difference. FURNITURE STOVES RUGS Every item at 20 Percent .. . . Except Patho phonographs. W .-.till j."ve $25.00 worth of records free, your own choice, with u eh cab inet Pafhe phonograph. Come and see us today. J. E. SCHOW Furniture Store Y. W. C. A. MEMBERSHIPS INCREASING STEADILY. The present membership of the V. W. C. A. in the I'riited States is 559,315, an increase of approximately 300,000 In the last five years. There are 1.212 Association Centers in lh country, 351 of them in 234 cities of over 25.000 population, 11 1 In smaller communities and 750 in colleges. This is the exclusive of work being curried on by the American Associa tion in 8 European countries, and in India, Japan, China, South Amerlru, and Honolulu. EVEN SYRIA WANT CAFETERIA The Foreign Depaitnieut of the Y. AV. C. A. Is sending a cnretcrlu director to Beirut at the request of people there to open a cafeteria. Shu will sail from New York In Decent her with other secretaries who are to carry on girl work in tho Near East. Constantinople and Smyrna have also asked for assistance in opening cafeterias. This makes sven coun tries in which such 1 eating places have been started by the American V. W. C. A. The countries Include Brazil, Argentina,, Italy, Belgium, France, Czechoslovakia, Roumaniu anil tho Near Last. Short Stories of the Town Woodman Circle Meet. A meeting of the Woodman Circle will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the A. O, V. V. hall on Nortlii Fourth street, according to an announcement made today. Of ficers for the ensuing year will 1 be elected. Refreshments will be served. MASONIC MEETING. There will be a special communi cation of Chickasha Lodge No. ih A. F. & A., M. at 7 o'clock this ev ening for workvln the F. C. & M. M. degrees. Arthur Mead, Master. Ml Sir." hmt PALACE PHARMACY. CALL TO GRASS FIRE. i Tho city fire department was summoned early yesterday afternoon to a grass fire at 620 Kansas avenue. Tho grass was burning near th ! home of Uev. II. 10. Toothaker, rec tor of the. 'St. Luke's Episcopal church. No domages was reported. 'drove' Tastetcss cTifll Tonic cutoreg vitality and energy by purifying ami " iciiinfi tlie blood. You can soon feei its Strens: ' InvliioratlnH KOec' D'li G;lc NOTICE CITY SUBSCRIBERS If you do not . receive your paper toy 6:30 p. m. please call Mrs. W. D. Collier, circulation manager, ldione 091, and paper ! will be sent by speciial meBsen- ger.' Prompt reports on failure of delivery service will be ap- predated. tf. CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS You Do More Work, You are more ambitious and you get mora enjoyment out of everything when your blood is in good condition. Impurities in the blood have a very depressing effect on the system, causing weakness, laziness, nervousness and tidiness. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC restores Energv and Vitality by Purifying and L'nrichiuii'tho Lijod. When you feel its strengthening, invigorating effect, see how it brings color to the cheeks uud how it improves the appetite, you will then appreciate its true tonic value. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC is not a patent medicine, it is simply IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. So pleasant even children like it. The blood needs Quinine to l'urifyit and IRON to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop erties never fail to drive cut impurities in the blood. The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S. TASTELESS Chill IONIC has made it the favorite tonic ii thousands of home3. More than thirty-five yee-s . ago, folks would ride a long distance to get GKOVE'Si TASTELESS Cmil TONIC when a' niembet of their family had Malariu or, needed a body-building, strength-giving tonic fhe formula is junt the same to-; day, and you can get it from anv Jrug store. GOc per bottle. habitual Constipation Cured in 14 to 21 Days "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially-, prepared SyrupTonic-Laxatiye.' ; Habitual Constipation. It relieves promptly but should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days to induce regular action. It Stimulates and Regulates. Very Pleasc.nt to Take. 60c per bottle. ' , - CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out th!i ilip, enclose it with Sc and mail to Foley & Co., 2843 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name mid adaiess clear!)'. Tou will receive in return atrial packaga containing Fogy's Honey and Tor Com pound, tor bronchial and la grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for lar.ie buck, weak kid;;ey, rheumatism, hlaildt'Kroubles; and Foley CisthnrticTr.b leit, n wholewme and thoroughly cleans ing cf-'tiartic lor constipation, bilioucn.t-, headache end clugish bo-.vcls. You wil! t:lso receive, ireii, c charge, Fcley'i FacHy Almanac, containing. "Alphabet for Children'V find "Health Hints"; Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Di' oases" snd a few bimple tuggestions for thoe Laving kidney and bladder troubles. You can secure all these for only So. Sold Everywhere. Central Grocery Hotter Work All work guaranteed. Acetylene welding a specialty. Call or write MILLARD HICK1 : Phone PBX 1030, or car Indiahoma Gin. If!' Bum SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY NOVEMBER 29th. R. B. M. Baking Powder, 1 lb - $-.15 5 lb pure lard . 1-25 6 lb Crisoo l-'M 3 lb Crisco ;75 Compound, per lb .20 No. 2 can Red pitted Cherries .25 .1 fiftl. Red Caro syrup .75 Vj gfil. R"l Caro syrup .40 1 gal. .Mary Jane syrup -. - -75 V- gal. White Knro syrup . -45 New goods arriving daily everything for your fruit cahOj : Citron, candied orange peel, figs, nuts, dates currants. Webster's Toinaloes, per case J$2.50 . E. Ucker 619 South 4th St. Phone 315 lllllllllilllllllllllllllililiM muni ii..u .mnn iiB-?IIMlltlCTg;n w l!l!l!!ll!l!llll!ll!lll THE ROAD to S UCCESS r . , i Did you ever hear of a successful man or woman who had no Bank Account? The Citizens National Bank wants you to; sue- ceed. You cannot succeed in life without a Bank Account no one does. To make it easy for you we allow you to begin here with $1.00 and in our Savings Department pay you 4 per cent. Why not start on the road to success today? . M 217 CHIX AVE PHONE 291 Condensed Statement of ; THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK . CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA 'At Ihe close of businesm Nov. 15, 1920. KESOUKCES Loans and Discounts $80S,:jUG.!i:i Overdralis - l,30!l.!ta Banking Hon e, Furniture and Fixtures 19,000.00 Bonds for Circulation - 50,000.00 Liberty and Victory Bonds - ? 6.",05A.0O Warrants - f,3.1S3.5S Stock Federal lieserve Bank - 4,500.00 Cash and Sii;ht Exchange 32!,095.55 Cash Assets - 442,829.43 $1,321,443 99 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - f 100,000.00 Surplus SO.OOO.OO Undivided Profits - - 13,866.06 Unearned interest . 1,834.71 Reserved for taxes .. . :j,905.83 Circulation - 49.750.00 (Bills payable . 45,900.00 Rediscounts - S9.5l4.26 Deposits 96fi,676.1: vj;- . $1,321.445 99 r The above statement is correct. K. D. FOSTER, Cashier. rr t CONQUEROR QF C01SSTIFATI0! AISD SICK HEADACHE The Great Success of Carter's Little Liver Pills is due to the com plete satisfaction of all who use them. Not by purging and weakening the Bowels, but by regulatingand strength ening them. Don't Hesitate Get a Bottle- take one after each meal and one at bedtime. They act as a natural laxative to the Bowels, and a regular and healthy con dition of the system with freedom from Constipation and Sick Headache is the result. They are strictly Vegetable. Smatl P'M Small Dose Smalt Pfice CARTER'S SHUTTLE 4 li PILLS Cenuin imwl bow aigoaiur Condensed .Statement of ' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Chiekasha, Oklahoma, . at ho. close of lin.sine.ss, Nov. J5, !)20. RESOURCES Loans and d.scounta - $1,13232.69 U. S. Bonds to seeure circulation - 200,000.00 Slock in Federal Reserve Bank 7,800.00 Furniture and Fixtures 10,000.00 Real Estate owned 1 23,629.73 Interest earned hut not collected 9,275.63 United Slates Bonds on hand $ 15,000.00 Cash with U. S. Treasurer 1,600.00 Cash In Vaults and with Hanks' 310,516.05 Hills of Exchange - 86,244.12 Liberty Loan Bonds , ... 68,600.00 County and City Warrants T 117,122.08 State Bonds and Securities 288,02: oo 887,107.25 $2,269,045.30 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Undivided Profits Circulation Bills payable with the Federal Reserve Bank Liberty Bonds Rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank Bills payable . ' . Deposits, Individual . , $1,492,855.28 Deposits, Banks - 67,228.87 Deposits, United States , 1,811.80 1 200,000.00 60,000.00 4;170.Y2 200',00O.00 56,100.00 116,878.77 70,000.00 561,896.01 1 ' $2,269,045.30 The above statement is correct. F. L. SLUSHER, Cashier. The character of the resources of this bank shows its distinctiveness as a Commercial Bank. ' Business relations invited. No 9938 THE OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA Official statement (condensed) to tho Comptroller of Currency ii of business on November 15, 1920. RESOURCES Loans and discounts . Bills of Exchange Overdrafts . U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness U. S. Liberty Loan Bonds U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Bonds and warrants Federal Reserve Bank stock Intereet earned not collected Furniture and Fixtures . .. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE - t the close 1,110,814.87 45,379.12 8,471.37 10,000.00 94,250.00 25,000.00 60,444.19 4,950.00 7,095.00 5,000.00 1,250.00 242 511 45 Total k $1,615,166.00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 100,000.00 Surplus, ean ed 75,000.00 Undivided profits 26,773.92 Interest earned not collected 7,600.00 Reserve for taxes - 804.29 Hills payable and re-discounts f 217,037.48 Circulation 24,300.00 DEPOSITS 1.163,650.31 Total $1,615,166.00 The above statement is correct. F. T. CHANDLER, Vice-President. ATTEST C. B. Turner, Cashier. i THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILT. No. 8203 Condensed Statement of THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA At the close of business November 15, 1920. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $483, Overdrafts 4 U. S. Bonds 50, Bonds Warrants and Securities 88, Banking House and Fixtures 19, Real Estate Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 3, Bills of Exchange - - - 119 Cash and' Sight Exchange - 194, ,714.14 029.95 000.00 615.42 899.24 916.13 ,600.00 .007.66 865.71 CITIZENS NATIONAL B A N K $964,'678.25 LIABILITIES Capital - - $100,1)00.00 Surplus u ' - 20,0'JO.OO Undivided profits, net - 12,442. l'i Circulation 49,700.00 Bills Payable - t- 30,420.00 Deposits 752,116.09 ... $964,678 25 4 The above statement is correct. ROY C. SMITH, Cashier. ' DIRECTORS T. II. Dwyer, Roy C. Smith, Wm. E. Dwyer, D. S. Down ey, J. A. Rose, J. H. Stine, L. D. Major, J. L. Bartschi. '