Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 133, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 4, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY (XPRKIS CHICKAIHA (SkLAHOMA 8ATUROAY JUNI 4 Ml
HOW THEY STAND
Judge Frank M. llalley mi'inber of Kprlugflel
the law firm of Ilalley unj I In itininr-
ly IniriKut buslrn 'in Anndnrko
Hudson E". pm reduced Hoe
lurjte ad la toulgbt pupor. S 21
Walcr Nr..a.b. bookkerp.r i ()kluloma -
ployed ly tho rarmrri State nank-.
horn tell yesterday afternoon fur mc
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inti uri-n Till until IHT will Villi 111
llopii Ark. 8lirvepor( New Orleans
mid other ik. I n t n In the soutJi.
Auto repairing floras cleaning.
0. B. W 421 Kan-aa. 14-If.
Him Mclnos 17
If you want to know whal do- jjcw ork .11
i UK jiit Miiow hip crowd io rrini
lander & MoRao.. 1-S Chlx Ave. 3 21 i nrokt).n
' SI Louis .
) 0. Morrlnon. nirrctfint of '" ! d!.
rrt transacted business In llm i iiilnlaili7n
)en(nlay afternoon. Mr. Morrison In I cn.nnil 1(
n.asng nrraigcmcni 10 movo ihh
fimlly to thn .
Hoston .... 20
Bring ui your hemstitching and
plcot work. 8a pir yd. Slngor
Sewing Cachlna Co.
JMIh Miry 1 1 nltliiinl expects lo
leave tomorrow for St I.oiiIh Mo.
am! different point In Illinois where
ilio will spend a monlhit vacation.
If there In any "kick" to Bud-
wclser don't tell us. toll your friend
at Frledlander & Mcltae 128 Chlx
Mrs. Pearl Watson and Miss
Dasey Moundoll of El Reno are
week end guests of Mr. and Mm.- M
JIudapn Easex prices cut. 3 2t
United Stales tires are good tires.
Why take chances. Arch M. Brown
423 Kansas Avenue. 4-22-301
Mrs. L. N. Branson of Gowrlo la.
Is visiting her parents Jlr. and Mrs.
A. I. Hay. She expects to remain hero
Read tho a. 11. W. Motor Sales nd
In tonight's paper about tho prlco
A. I. Hay dork In tho local post-
offlce expects to leave tomorrow for
a trip to New Orleans and other
points In Louisiana. He will combine
busluess and pleasure.
Daniels Dairy butter through June
40c pound. J. L. Daniel. 2-3t
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fisher 'Hre
spending tho week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Minlnr in Pocasset.
Mrs. J. IT Millken of Alius is ex-
pected to arrive in (lie cily this af-
ternoon for a visit of several days
with her son John C. Milliken and
For hihh grade tobaccos cigars
and cigarettes call at Friedlunder
& McRae 128 Chix Ave. 3-2t
Chlckasha Lod'go No. 94 A. F. and
A. M. will meet In special communi-
cation tonight June 4 at 7:30. This
date being the thirty-third anniver-
sary of the conferring of the Master
Mason degree on tho worshipful
master of tho lodge the M. M. de-
gree will be conferrod In full and all
explanatory lectures will' bo given by
tho worshipful master.
. C. H. KIMBRO W M.
WILL ASSIST HUSBAND IN MEETING
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MltS. 11. L. KSTB3
Starling tomorrow morning at tho First IlaplKt church Hev. and Mr.'..
.4.1.1 f It. L. Ksies'wHl rmiiliiil ail rv.ingcllMlli: moctlng for a period of ion day )
.102 or more. Mrs. F.kIch assists her husband In coiidiictliiK tholr mooting.!.
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Fort Smith 7; Enid 4.
Drumright 5; Okmulgee 4. (11 In-
nings.) Chirkasha 4; Springfield 3. (10 In-
nings). Henryetla 5-2; Pnwhuska 4 3.
Okluhonm City .1; Joplin 4.
Wichita 2; Tulsa 0.
Omaha 9; Sioux City 4.
Des Sfolnes 2; St. Joseph 0.
New York 4; Pittsburgh 1.
floston 4; Cincinnati A.
Chicago R; Brooklyn 3.
Philadelphia ; St. l-ouls :.
'St. Louis 9; New York 8.
Chicago 8; Washington 3.
Philadelphia 15; Detroit 9.
Boston 7; Cleveland 6.
Try Express W&nv-aCa for results
Okmulgee at Drumright.
Fort Smith at Enid. x
'Springfield nt Chlckasha.
Tawhuska at Henryetta.
Wichita at Oklahoma City.
Joplin at Tulsa.
Omaha at Dos Moines.
Sioux City at St. Joe.
Philadelphia at St. LjuIh
New York at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn nt Chicago.
Boston at Cincinnati.
St. Louis at New York.
Chicago at Washington.
Clovclund at Boston..
Detroit at Philadelphia.
CHICKS TAKE THIRD OF imt Green on third. Jamlskl went out
SERIES IN FRIDAYS GAME Timer to Cotter and Jim SUt.-.n
v.as retirod. MvNally to Cotter foil-
(Continued from ptigo one i Ing tho locals' chances to register
home when Harney St. John throw I With two down. Jim McLean 'trip--ii.i
... .m-.. in t.nmnt i. rt( h d to right renter field in tho ninth.
j n iiii mi .... " 1 ' r- -
i ... . . i. . . r.nvn. wbo followed McLean went
llie l lilcKS ursi sacKi-r. ihki-ii uic
up at third ns Sturdy s.ored. Jimmle"'". McNnlly to Cotter.
Jrl nson Hum laid a nice one down I ""'l'P" W le1' P't'h-
the third base line that enabled uv"' ia (lu8 t0 work Ior
Green lo score. Sllsmen this afternoon when the
Springfield 'forged ahead In the me of ft "rip )e
third Inning only to he tied when Pred. Manager Hayes will pick
the Ilayesmen got annther rhnn. e. from I'ooluw. I??raliam and Henry.
Wels drew a bane on I;iIIb went to FAIR ENOUGH
third on Iiuser':! ntnilch hit and SPUIN'GFIELP AB R H PO A E
White 3 0
Gllmoio p: 2 o
A'Day p 1 0
SUGG ANNOUNCES SEV-
ERAL WEEKS OF EXCEP-
A. R. Powell managor of tho Sugg
theatre announces that for a period
of several weeks he will show noth-
ing hut the highest class photoplays.
VaUjlovillo will be discontinued dur-
ing t this period of great pictures.
For the coming week Plan's Play-
thing" "Red Foam" "Mothers of
Men" "the Leopard Woman" and
"The Valley of iwubt" will be the
chief attractions. Special music will
be 'arranged and played to fit each
sCene in" the 1 various " pictures.
scored on .Martin's single. Iluser who Wels c. 4
reached seroml ou passed bull Rusor 3b 4
scored on a single liy Kliigmnnn. .Martin If 4
This run ended tho Sprlngfloliler:.' Kingman 2b 3
scoring. Cotter lb 3
McN'tilly visitors' shortstop led off McNnlly s. 4
in the fourth Inning wlt'i n terrific St. John.s rf 4
three bane blow to rlKlit field. A f ist
doublo play. Hughes lo Sturdy pre
vented the .Midget from scoring. St.
John next up after McNnlly filed
to Green in left field CvenRros bit
White hut Gilmore next up ground-
ed to HiiKlies who stepped on second
then pegged to first In time to catch
Gilmore ending the frame. During
the remainder of the game Mike
held tho visitors bitless and only one
man Klugmann hit by a pitc'ied
ball reached first base.
Tlie Hayes clan threatened twicn
lo win in (lie sixth when Green ilrow
a base on balls und readied i'.:
when Gilmoro threw wild to ('otter
in nn attempt to pick the fly
rlwor off. Johnson also drew n base
on balls and wont to second on
Bully McLean's sacrifice hit which
1 0 0
Totals : 33 .1x28 18 I
A'Day battod for Gilmoro In 7th
x One out when wining run was
made. " i
CHICKASHA AB R H PO A E
Hughos 2b. - 3 0 0 1
Sturdy 1b. .1 2 3 13
Green If. 3 1 2 2
Johnson ss -2 0 0 2
B. McLean rf. 3 0 0 2
Jamlski 3b. 4 0 0 1
J. McLean cf 1 0 1 1
Hayes c. ...4 0 15
Cvengros p. 3 10 1
Totals .--.L31 4 7 30 IS 2i
Score by innings: R II E
Willard Threaded Rubber Batteries
There are many battery man-
ufacturers. A few are trying to
make a good product but only
one lias Threaded Rubber Ih-sulation.
CHICKASHA BATTERY COMPANY
418-20 Kansas Avows)' : ' : ' 5 ;
E. JACK v H. W FORMAN
Springfield ..102 noo omt 0-3 6 3
Ci.lcka.lm 201 000 000 1-4 7 3
.Summery: F.arncd runa Spring-
field 2 Chlrkusha 3. Two hii bits
Iluy-. Thrno bas hit. SIcNully J.
McLean Green. Sacrifice hits Cotter
ItugliM Johnson O McLean. Stolen
bancs Martin Kluginnnn. I In ho s on
bulls off Gilmore 3 off Wilson 1
off Cvengros 1. Struck out by Gil-
mora 3. by Cvcogrot 4. Ml on bases
Springfield- 4 Chlckasha 4. Doublo
plays Hughoi to Sturdy. Mils and'
runs oft Gilmore five and three In
mx Innings; off Wilson two and on
In fujir lynlnit. Passed bull Hayes.'
lilt fiv"'pllrhr'tUKo. Klugiminn
Tim- of (turns. V IS. Umpire Jeffrie.
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fains licad.iclie backache and
all other aches arc quickly re-
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
Contain no dangerous habit-
forming drujjs. Why don't you
try them? ' ' '
f AsIc your druggist
LOST Shaffer fountain pen
email gold band on rap. on Chlck-
nshn avi-nuo or north 3rd Siroet or
at piwt office. Return to Murjorlo
U'aiklnn at Pally Epros. ill.
If you have ro-.rt to think your
child la suffering from worms take
the safe course uso Whltn'a Cream
Vermifuge. Worm can not renin! Its
expelling influence. Price 35c. Sold
by Wren Drutf Co.' 6-130.
Every Saturday night at Rs-
ciiuist hall. W'i Chickasha
Ave. -Mumc by goiwl orchestra.
.CEMENT WORK !
Of all khula. All work gnnr-
O. O. B ROWER Contractor l
1428 8. .Fifth 8t '
Phone 1345 i
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II. JI. Cough drops 25c
Molasses Kisses 25c
Hair Brushes 49c
Fountain Syringes $1.19
Recall Tooth Paste 2 for 25c
MONDAY ONLY :
H J. Brownson
It is the intention of all Chickasha to give the Shrin-
ers a hearty welcome next week.
Preparations are already being made to start baking
those nice light cakes and good old
pies for the occasion
And the good cooks know how to obtain the best
results. They always use
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 133, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 4, 1921, newspaper, June 4, 1921; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727312/m1/2/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.