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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA. OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
PAttE EIGHT Illllll!ll!lil!ll00lliflli!!!l!l!l!t!i!l!llllllllllll!ll!!il!l!l!llll!!!l!!llllli:il!ilil!10 Theatre C.2 TODAY A Big Show! Let's Go!" TODAY We are now supplied with a stock of Carbon Disrl fj phidc ("High Life"). 5 This preparation has been practically unobtainable jpj for the past three months. It will keep the weevil out of your wheat, co"ji and E beans. 1 T1 EE alace iriiarmacyi B "JUST RIGHT." f P 1TIOXE 7 S. & H. OH KEN TRAD I NO ST AM PS J liiililililiiniilif.illM Ik dl Free Demonstration of TIIOR ELECTRIC WASHER by special factory representative Gay Electric Company No. 8203 lieport of tho Condition of THE CHICKASHA NATIONAL BANK At Chickaslia, i" the Slate of Oklahoma, at the clone of business on Xov. int.i. loi'o. RESOUP.CES. Loans and discounts, including ' rediscounts (except those Bliown In b and r) $I8!."14.14 Customers' liability account of acct'iitancos of this bank purchased or discounted by it . - HD.OoT.Ct; Tolal loans Deduct: Overdraft!!, secured, none: unsecured U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par v.;iU(, fr,o,ooi).no Pledged as collaU'ral for State or other deposits or bills payable .. IKi.lKM.no Owned and unpiedBCil " . I . i Total U. H. Government securities Other bonds, securities, etc.: Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not including Blocks), owned find unpledged 44,!U5.42 Tolal bonds, securities, etc., other than I'. S. - Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock Stock of Federal ileserve 15nk (5iCpr cent of subscription)-. Valr.e of bankins; hoitse, owned and unincunibeied, 16,000.00 Equity in bankim; house Furniture and Fixtures - Real estate owned other than banking house l awful reserve with Federal Reserve bank Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks Xet amounts due from banks, hankers and trust companies in the I'nited States (other than included in items 11, VI or l:! ) Checks on other banks in the same city or town us leporting bank (other than Item l.") Total of items 12, 18, 14, K. 'and 16 --- , iMii7.Mti.2S Checks on banks loutted outside of city or town of reporting hank and other cash items Redemption fund wi:h l S. Treasurer and due frc.n I'. . Treasurer - COL', 721. SO "4,02:.!iii 0:1,000.0(1 4 4,!)lfi.42 700.00 S.tiOO.OO id.oon.on Z 81)9.24 "i)16.i:l 77,. 07:1.27 !)7,.".1S.7S S.SUT.lo 0.4:10.10 2,393.17 2",00.00 Total .--?957,5',t3.2fl LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Fundus fund , l-ndivided profits $24..8 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid l;i,2.iti.9, Interest and discount collected or credited in advance of matur ity and not. earned (approximate) Clrctilating notes outstanding Net amount 3 due to banks, bankers, and tifst companies in ths Cnited States and foreign countries (Jther than included in items 28 or 29) : Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding Total of items 2S, 29. 30, 31 and 32 $.l.S2.T.r,:! Individual deposits nubject to check t'ertifii aies of deposit due in Jess than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) Stale, county, or cth.fr municipal deposits seemed by pledge Of assets of this bank Total of demand deposits (other than bank de posits) subject to reserve, items 38, ."w, S3, 8U, 27 and 3S $lS8.G99..-7 Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after 80 days or fiitbiect to 30 days or more notice and postal savings): Certificates of deposit (ether than for money borrowed) Other time deposits Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 39, 40, 41. and 42 $2.V),r,00.00 Bills' payable with Federal Reserve bank , Total V -f907,5?5.2U State of Oklanoma, County of Grady, ss. 1 Roy C Smih. cashier cf the above named bank, do solemn, y swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, lue auu.e RQY c SMITH, Cashier. Subscribed end sworn to before me this 23rd day of November, 19 2 (Seal) EDNA J. POWELL, Notary Tublic. My coinmisf'it ,1: exrdrcs March 13, 1921. CORRECT Attest: T. II. Dwyer, Vm. E. Dwyer, J. A. Rose, Directors. jioo.ooo.on 23.OO0.00 7,530.01 4 .832. 5 49.700.ilO) 4.9011. 27 917.80 438.709.71 27.S89.SS 2.000.00 100.G3o.45 143,944.55 30.42fl.PO ! 14 REELS-14 "SOME ONE MTJST'PAY" FEATl'RINO ; Gail Kane, Edmund Breese, Jackie Saunders An intensely vital drama of real life and real people vilirute.s w ith net ion vigorous filled with romance and sentiment, humor and deep emotion. G Reel Society Drama ALSO HANK MANN That Emmy Follow IN "A COY COPPER" A niUlinf? snappy gingery comedy. ALSO FRANKLYN FARNUM AMD j! I MARY ANDERSON J X "VANISHING TRAILS" E11I it led "VENGEANCE" da tidy western serial Willi ' '' I he punch. ALSO JOE RYAN IX HIDDEN DANGERS' Last episode SOME SHOW of the "THE MIRACLE LADY" Sl range, weird . iiieomprelieiisil. le is" the performance "onurruii artisi. nt.r etiterta inmerft exemplifies iiuuom j.erieenon 01 jngiier psyclncjal phenomena. SHE ANSVERS ANY QUESTION ASKED HER ' ALSO SELVIN THE MASTER MAGICIAN PICTURE PROGRAM "RURN1NG DAYLIGHT' A powerful pieturizalion of Jack London's cyclonic novel of the ice-bound north, interpreted by an all 'star cast in rinding MITCHELL LEWIS TOMORROW : ' ' PLEASE GET MARRIED' Viola Dana. nil State Now Ready For Record Sale of Health Seals 5c 10c Wednesday: "The Fly with Roy Stewart. Thursday: Harry Carey in "West is West." Friday: Eddie Polo. Saturday : Hoot Gibson. Diamond Roach is Selected as Full All 20c God" Oklahoma City, Nov. SO. With 121 of the largest and most important I cities and towns in the state organ- I ized for tho lft 80 Tuberculosis j Christmas Seal Bale, which 'begins j on December 1 and ends on D.tcem- her 15 is riady for a re;;ord-break!ng j effort to conserve and promote pub- i lie health. Twenty million Tuberculosis ! Christmas seals are in the hands of I county and city hairmen and work- ! ers, and many thousands have al- . 'eady .been sold, far in advance of tho opening of the sale. Seventy- j six of the 77 counties of the stale j will take an active part in the drive j In addition to the Tuberculosa) j seals, which sell for one- cent each I m m 1 U'e lmol,Ie or Oklahoma will be Illy 1 Cll 1 VUlll given an opportunity this year to I buy Health lionds. These are modei- ; eil alter the familiar Liberty Bond j except that they pay dividends o jnealth and happiness. They will sold in denominations of from. ?.l $t,o no. Since half the 'money raised in each county will bo spent in that county for public health work, it is expected that the Tuberculosis Christmas Seal Kale will surpass pre vious years by far. Tha total cash raised each year since the sale began 1 bas been larger than tho year pre vious, and if the slate reachss its quota of 10 seals per capita, Okla homa will bo at tha head 01 the list of ,i;tates eirgagod in public health work, 'instead of at the foot in al present. ex-fighter. The first hair ended with the Legion (earn, in the lead, 80 to 11. ' Keotaii was one of the stars for tho Verden cagers. His floor work was especially noticeable. l lie following line-up started for tho Legion, llailey (Capl.), forward; Keller, forward; McCarthy, center; Honilrlck, guard; Wilson, guard. Williams substituted for Wilson Owens lor McCarthy; and Seaton for Bailey. diamond Roach, Strauss' star full back, has been given this position on the all-conference team selected by .Lurry Daiiey. sports editor of the Tulsa Daily World. Daiiey is one of Oklahoma's fore most followers of football. Through out tho season which has just closed, he was in close touch with the work of "every eleven of any importance in the state. Ilere''s the Tulsa sport, writer's all-conference eleven : Gillian (Muskogee... .Tackson ( Shawnee) . Snodg'-ass (Oklahoma White (Muskogee).. Baldwin (Okmulgee). Shechan (Tulsa) Schiuhach (Oklahoma Hughes (Tulsa) .' Quarter (leek ( Muskogee). Halfback Itoach (Chickasha) Fullback ('has. J. Drill, sports editor of the Daily Oklaiioman, selected Penny,' of Muskogee, and the local lad as all state fullbacks. It was a toss-up for the first team berth and the Okla homa City man gave it to the Mus kogee gridter. placing Roach on the second team. Schlotlerbeck, the fighting Chickasha line-man, was given a guard berth on the Okla homan's selection. he to End Tackle City). Guard Center Guard ITuckle City) End nu& Jit f -few 7 Many secrets you will fird revealed in the fjreen bo, cf Who Will Succeed Reynolds as City Clerk? is Question Who will be Mayor Durbiii's choice for city clerk when E. O. Reynolds, present incumbent, and county court clerk-elect assumes charge - of the county office? This is one of the political questions that is' being dis cussed here. Mrs. Blanche Freeman, Red Cross welfare worker; J. R. Wellborn, a former soldier, and .1 Chickasha high school football star of several years ago; Henry Minnett. cashier In the city water office; Ben Bur gess, a resident of Chickasha for many years, and former city fieri and Mrs. Edna T. Watkins, whoiri City Clerk Reynolds will succeed in t lie court clerk's office, are among those who have been mentioned for the appointment. It is rumored here that several of these parties will make the race for the ofi'ice in the city election next spring. Ik M en 01 Business Their shoes have style, to lie sure. I'nt it is the st,yleof clean-cut, qiiick-tliiiikine; men of action. There is a smartness of line, alxmt AVa Ik-Overs that appeals to well-dressed men of business. They like (lie comfortable accurate fit, too. Walk-Over hi E. MARKS Miss Anna Kunkel who leaches in tho Manguui schools sp'ent tho Thanksgiving holidays with her par ents J. AV. Kunkel and wife. Guests at Russell Hamilton's Sun-! day were Elmer Van Vlert and fain- ! ily, Clyde Meeks and wife, '. 'Mrs. j Fanny Hamilton, Miss Elsie Scdiaefer I Willie Hamilton and Guy Bush and family. ; Aaron Diehl and family aiiu .,iis9 riirda Estes spent Sunday with Mr. Hid Mrs. Henry Denuie. Grandma Spangler was very thank ful to have .all her children and grandchildren with her on Thanks giving day. Russell Smith and fum- j ily expect to leave for Oregon in 1 the near future. : Clyde Meeks was in Chickasha Saturday taking a civil service ex amination. Thanksgiving guests at Charley TvmiHia were Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard of Chickasha, -Mrs. George Rouhara of Oklahoma City and Chester Tweed and family. Elmer Van Vliet and family en joyed Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs. Van Vliet's uncle, Georgs Boydston, who lives near Ft. Cobb. Guests at C. J). Fisher's in " Ana darko last Thursday were C . C. Brown and family of Alex, Guy Bush and family, A. F. Brown, Rus sell Hamilton and wife. Schools leach Sugar Making. The province of Quebec has three schools in which maple sugar making ! tn tight. The province's output of maple siiiwr for l!ll!) was 12.35,0(17 pounds and 1.470.275 ivillons of slruo. a .;. 4. ARCADIA ITEMS. 4 tj il!HI!lii!ii!H!il!iiiiliyiilH!i!IM Legionaires Win Basketball Game Here Last Night Winning their second decision over 'he Indians, the Legion quintet last nicht defeated the Verden team 15 o 25 in a game played on tho high school court. The Legionaires had the edge, on the visitors from start' to finish and at no time did the Indians thre""' 10 overcome the early lead of the 1,-eorgo i;avitison and family spent oi.nday at the Jolm (lliiin homo. An especially interesting session of the Sunday ttcliool was held Sun day. There was a larger number pre-ient than usual. It. was decided that a 'Christmas tree 'be given and appropriate committees were ap pointed to carry on the work. Miss Grace McC.raw of Oklahoma City was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Ray Hornberger. net J Face iVwucr 1 H They a'o s-crets which cvory 'H woman viould solve secrets of peiaot.sl c':.erm. ii The fcrct cf a res-ptal com H r.l,xiur,-NALlNirS Eft lo wojrii".oou. tv,. n( nrir.e charm - B charm which endures through- A rut the t!35 Th rectet of sUn-comfort i,n never a hint oi harm. t n fi ' hiiTlion others. ! i.-afi INF. fcilli reveal thuse i 3 vour f:vcr".i toiii coi-'nlcr it oi ty n.i 6'. ff h.w.os At' To:itr co., 3 Vint. T., L'. S. A. See Our Garments lll!i:i'I.!!!;!!!!ll!!i!!!H!i!!!!:!l!!llilI!liilll!Illi:!!i!ll!!ll!y And You'll Appreciate Our Low Prices MOST EXCEPTIONAL -VALUES IN Suits, Coats anil Dresses 1 Li--? 'OPiT "WHERE THE CR0WDT GO' it wa's'theii" onlij means of scr.atw from the deserted Vat she chose to sink the boat and as on the island with the three men who wei e her- fe!!ow castawaqs-, Luothei' than go back into the. I WW r today m 1 r,t ml i J Kill 1 MLr I -DAVID WM GRIFFITH'S1 1 newest picture n "THE LOVE FLOWER! 1 &?'.miF' From the Collier's Weeklq Stom Er sfttT 'Slack Beach" bq Ralph Stock. W-' f-sA - ry Miles M inter Wl . IN sweet Lavcnaer -1 i 'IE ALSO A MACK SENNETT COMEDY liliiS Prices 10c, 20c, 30c. Steam Heat V.111