Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 292, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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CHICKAIHA DAILY EXPRIII CHICKAIHA OKLAHOMA TUIIOAV MARCH SI 1922.
A. H. Moors of Ifctnrnn wtm '
liuitnxKi vuiiur in Clih khii tmlny.'
E. I("'intlilt( if TuIIIm Imiuhm til
littxIncM in ('Itlrkmtlin IihIm.
Gi'(irg A. HilriMil if Immnn
It vlilllng frli-niN mill Irannm-tln
liinliir In I h ciiy Inilii).
V. J I. (iinr f Dunran Iran
iiil ImikIiicik mid vIUimI frltil
lu the illy l"ly.
Hoy Iliinipii'n of HraiHpy vlli'l
(rlrinln ih truii-iu t'i liiilniNti In
I he Hy liHlny
Minn Ollle WolliT Iim TPlnriH'il
from Miirlow when h ippiit Sun-
tiny with fili ncU
Mr. ami lr. (. K. Wellor Imvo
relumed from nhurt vlult In Okla-
Wulih our window for upwlul
during tho mile. Chalfanl. 28 3t.
Tom H. rniilinll of Tulna In ve-
iling hi family and friend her.
He I a member of tlm firm of Par-
ker and Campbell. Inrnnin In ex-
perl and luniuniunu wlihb miiln-
tuln on offuo In Tnla.
Jlpiif GoldatHna Iwlur Thumduy
March 30 at Sugg theatre 8 p. m.
rhnrlm k. Until attorney of Ok-
Inliomit CHy. triinHaHod btialneaa In
Hie illy today
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Aftpr nmlorgolnR a micfpnnful on-
frmlon In a locnl hospital Cecil
Uplvey Iium returned o III homo In
t- . '
' Watch onr window for pci-latl
during the aalo. Chnlfnnt. 2 St.
1 A. V. Houston county farm agent
transacted official ImHlnem In Ver-
den today. m
Hulk garden nnd flower Reed ore
tellable and cheapest. Ultnche Seed
! "SUM tliaflys Yarherry of Mangnm
1h expected n tho city tlilo after-
noon for a short vlult with Mr. nnd
Mr. Hnyinond Nunnery and other
OF; THE TOWN
Judgt Moor Improving.
T. I'. Mourn JuiliB of the pe
tin On been III for apteral dayn I
rapidly recovering It wan reported
thl morning at ilin Moore home
corner Fifth atreet and Mlnnenota
avenue. Il auffered an attack (if
Boawell Bound Ovar.
Knot IIohwpII charged with tlm
llii'fl of mi iuiIimiimIiIIii belonging to
(. K. M Ha n lei rtirtil mall carrier
waa bound over to dimrlci court af-
ter ptellinimiry hearing thl morning
before JuMUe (irlgxby Ha matt
bond fur appearance Tlie automo-
bile won recovered.
Clee Club to Sing.
i The Oklahoma Collcgt for Women
(ile (lull will Iiik IIiIh evening at
Hie II million ll.irrl revival meeting
In the r'lr-t Cbrlxilun church It wax
iiimiiiiiiri'il tbl afternonn. Itaptla-
mal aervlcea will precede the regu-
lar Kervlren. !
O'Neill' Office Closed.
While CommiHiiioner Tlio J. O'Neill
I In California recuperating from
hi recent IIIiW'kh I hi office of tlm
Cnlied Htnte ronimlNNioiier here I
cloned. Cai'H orlKliiallng In I III"
dintriit aru being filed In thn com-
miHHloner'a court at I'uiiU Valley
and Anlmorp. CommlHHloner O'Neill
mny rrinuln In 'alirorntu oeveral i
week according to hi relative.
1 AUDIT BOOKS OF l
Audit of the reiiird kept by Judge
W. W. Clark mbmlng city treasurer.
w iM-gun ypterdy.
The audit I being mad by John
W. I'rlgmore f M A. of Oklahoma
City and 8. I.. Walton an aiiouti'
ant of Alva Okla. Several day will
be required to complete the Job
Mayor Coffman and other illy of
tlilitht have etpremied the belief tint
there hat been no mlneondiict In the
office but they deem It neceinary
to have the audit tnadii before Ihu
record are placed In complete
charge of t..i aNlntnnt city trea-
uirr. The wbereabout or fate of th
mlHalng man I a much of a my-
lery It ha ever been. Searcher
have been unable to find any trai'e
whatKoever of the mini who ha
been mlMlng from hi home her.
lnce March 7.
The IimiiI Knlghi Of I'ytblan
lodge of wilch Mr. Clark wit an
nfriclal are planning to niiik-' a na-
tion wide ecnrclt for him.
Mr! Kffle Clark wife of the mln
lug official ha dlxpoticd of hi In
aurn'nee agency tramtferrlng It to
Johrj T. Owsley agency here.
POOLAW OFF TO
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Meet Stated Here
Today Grady Field
The ChbkiiHha lilgt aebiMil Iniif-
dun track meet will be held till
artemoon at (irmly field beglunln
at J:. 'Mi o'clock. Monday wa the
riglnal die for the mt which
It a been po' poiied one tiny on ae-
eiittni of the ruin.
Only the Junior and amlor will
piiitlcipnle In the meet the aoplio-
more being althout representnilon
on th clnderputi). Winner of the
vatlciii event will cnutliin lli
Chlckaaha high achmtl track ten in.
t'ourtecn event are booked for the
Tha teat etiifh Mediclnt.
"I feel aur tnat Cbamberlaln'l
J Couih Remedy la tha bent on th
market Id euro bad rough or rold
on tha lung. I am only too pleal
to ay few word In It pralae"
write Clara Oaler llou Pprlng.
Mo. Whenever I catch a cold If I
do not happen to have bolt la of
Chamlierlaln'a rough Remedy 1 go
fo ffia drug atnra and get on. I
find that It give relief very quickly
and If I have i roughing apell at
night It aoon top It."
Ilooeevelt' election epene when
he ran for BKeniblemati In New
York male were t'Hi.
' POLICE COURT
I CHIEF MOSES POOLAW.
I Armed with hi aortment of bate
glove and other paraphernalia. Chief
Mo f'oolaw left yeterday for Jop-i
tin to Join flay Wlnder'e aggrega-;
Hon. I'oolnw paxtlmed with the
local club lat year and will try to
win a regular berth on winder
pitching daff for the coming eam.
I'oolaw w accompanied aa far
n Oklahoma City with Cecil Hay
and John lwla who have reported !
to Manager Dinp Haye at Henry-
etla. Hay I trying to he Haye'
iiinlertliily and "l-efty" Iwla la bid-
ding for t Job on Drap'a pitching
HiimhIiim lied Uuiird wear a peak-
ed nip with u red eiar unci a apucle
and ahovi-l of labor.
Coorgo Tlmherlon hn returned to
il home In Bailey after undergoing
:n operation In a Cioapltul here.
I Tom Workman of KiiKh Hill. Mo.
is vlsldng hi alster Mr. O. E.
Weller ami other relutlvea in the
Fancy tulxcd Cttnnns rflc dozen.
AIho havo I'eonlP Dahlias Tube-
roses Maderla Roots Elephant Kars
I'ancy I'lunts and Violot rinnta.
pltscho Seed Hours. 25-"t.
Mrs. W. M. Mile is recovering
from tlio effects of an operation re-
cently performed In a hospital here.
Gifford Cotton who recently un-
derwent an operation hi one of the
local hospltalH bus returned to his
homo In Alex.
' Watch our windows for ppeclala
(luring the sale. Chalfanta 28-3t.
I Mr. nnd Mrs. Elton Wnlkins have
j-elurned to their home In dishing
hfter spending the weekend with
relatives and friends in Chickasha.
' We sell pure clean fresh bulk
garden seed. Purina Chic Feed
Conkey's Cutter Milk starting feed
nnd growing mash. J. W. Bur-
hrldlge Feed Seed and Fuel Co. 411
Jvansas avenue. Phono 813. 28-Ct
' Di. W. II. Livermore of the Chick-
tisha hospital is transacting busi-
ness in Oklahoma City this after-)ioon.
Car I Identified.
An automobile taken Into ciMoily
tbl week by Policemen Carl Davl
and William Halo nnd Oscar Dry-
den deputy sheriff today wa Iden-
tified a one alolen Inst September
from J. C. Jones local real eatate
and loan man. 'The car wa pur-
chased by Kd Andrew a farmer
living near this city. Tic Key Barn-
hart and Wiley Ilrookshire. both of
ChlcklHhn. are being held In the
county Jail charged with the theft
of the car. Andrew. It Is alleged
purchased the car from Barohart
Barber Cole charged with speed-
ing fined $:.
Fred Daniel charged wllh speed-
ing fined $.'. .
C. C. Warren charged with speed-
ing fined $'.
Itoy Hill charged wllh speeding
Jim Hunt charged wllh fighting
C. R. Turner charged with speed-
ing fined $.'.
K. (!. Ferole charged with speed-
Ing fined $.1.
L. J. Hopkins charged wllh driv-
ing an automobile having a spot
light fined 5.
Amber deposlta have been fjund
In the sands of the west shore of
I.uke Cednr Manitoba.
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Rent An Auto
Drive it Yourielf All New
Storage and Repairing.
414 Choctaw Avenue.
OWNERS OF ILL FATED
MISS MIAMI PREPARING
STATEMENT FOR BUREAU
(Or The t'liltiil I'rw)
Miami Flu.. March 28.-Offlelals
of the Miami Airways Corporation
owner of the Miss Miami which
carried five passenger to their
denth off the Florida coast last
week were today preparing a re-
port for the navigation bureau of
t.h Tietiartmcnt oL Commerce on
charge' wide' h Ttaboat Miwe.WlotJ
and lone survivor.
Moore recovoring from the ef-
fect of exposure and hunger charg-
ed a fishing bo that passed near
refused to heed his distress signals.
PREPARE FOR SPRING
around Easter time. Place your
order for roofing and aheet metal
work on roof gotten leader
I I drain pipes etc. We are roofing
j and piping specialists and turn
J f. out the highest grade of work In
DeHART SHEET METAL
119-121 North Thlrd. Phone 481
J Mrs. Hattio Alkens of Lindsay
tniderwent an operation In a hospital
! W. H. Wadsworth of Henryetta is
the guest of Dr. V. S. Downey and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Krwin Wil-
liams in this city.
. Brown Moore of Louisville Ky. is
visiting his parents Judge and Mrs.
T. P. Moore who live at the corner
of Fiftih' street and. Minnesota ave-
nue. Mr. Moore operates a variety
store in Louisville. He was former-
ly connected with the Dixie store
here. ' a '
STRANGLER LEWIS IS
WINNER OVER MAHHOUT
Lingerie "War" Is
(Hy The ynlted Prrw.) . -
okhilmma City. 'Waich 28. Okla
homa City's lingerie "war" was lost
by the W. C. T. U.
Members of Mint organization who
onnirht to nievent nulilic display of
the latest Parisian styles In lingerie
nn tivfl models at the automobile
show today admitted defeat. The
"Btyle Bhow" was held as scheduled
despite their protests.'
County Attorney Hughes who had
Issued an order directing the sheriff
to stop the show later rescinded his
order and approved a censorship
committee of three men to super-
vls the show and see that the mor-
als of the community were not in-
jured. A new attendance record was
established ut the uuto show while
the lingerie display was in progress.
(Ity The United Press.)
Kansas City Mo. 'March 2S.--d
(Strangler) Lewis employing the
: famous Deadlock which won him a
world's wrestling title defeated Yus-
sif "Mabmout Turkey's best - in
straight falls here last night.
First fall was obtained .after . 44
minues and 22 seconds of wrestling
and the second in one minute and
Mahniout showed lots of speed
and succeeded in breaking the stran-
glehold once but Lewis' strength
and endurance were ; the deciding
factors. The match wa practically
ended after toe first fall.
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Ladles And children will find
the privacy of 6ur room to their
liking In having their eyes exam-
ined As' a registered optometrist I
can overcome poor eyesight head-
aches and nervousness with per-
'ectly fitted glasses. - - ' .
423 CHICKASHA AVE.
IN SPORT TYPE
CHOOSE TO BE DISTINCTIVE
:. At- .'
3 ' t
if it ten
it isn't tho
Are You Rundown Weak
If So You Cannot AiTorcJ to
Ran Antonio Texn. "For n lone
time I bml mffcrccl with n wenkno
Unit win bruiiKlit on by over-work ami
worry. Through tbi i became ail
run-down and extremely nervmifl. 1
bad scarcely any ein-ii'.-tli Iclt the
U v l exertion 1 would be all in. I was
a physical wreck when 1 began taking
Dr. l'iereu'a Kavorita Preceription ami
it wa very quick in building me up
in health nnd strength nnd 1 wtui so
liitich better after tukiug this nn-dicino
that I fuel I can pufcly recommend it
to others. "Mm. N. A. Uriggs Xo
(i!4 Adam Street.
Health is wealth. Do not neclect
the timet valtinbln nwet yon bnve. If
von are troubled write Dr. Pierce
President Invalid' Hotel in Ibtffiilo.
Ji. Y. nnd receive gemd medical
advice in return free of all exmtise or
send 10c. for trial pkg. of tabluUi.
Fiber and Cane Furniture
In oiid Kockcr and Living Room Suilcs ii the must
practical for this climate.
. W'e liave a complete showing of the above in Krpen
Quality of the new finishes and ilesigns.
Tlie Furniture and Rng market!) have teen searched
that we may supply our vtotomers with tlie latest
Ilntiie Furnishings. Several cars have arrived re-
cently. We invite your inspection.
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