Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 292, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 28, 1922 Page: 6 of 8
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CHICKAIHA DAILY IXPfttM CHICKAlMA OKLAHOMA TUIIOAV MARCH M. 1021.
New York. Mann
closed steady up 1 toll
May ..... 17.70
December ..16 66
January ....16 6u
Kansaa Cllw Livestock
IKHJH Receipts o00; mark
10 In 16 lilglmr; bulk 9.6.'.(i n
hrarlo. SB.fof 9.H& : pai kore em
biilc hum f 75 1f o; Riia 3.7tff
lono; pl. $X.2Htt.60.
CATTI.K-Kecelpl. 8.000; piarket
Mrotia;; prime foil atcpin 1151111.75;
plain to fnlr dressed hoof steer
6.7C0II.15: western steers. IfSGff
11.25: aouthorn atecr. .VOO7.7G
row 2.C5fl6.S0; heifer S.0(i
M (Hi! Blinkers anil feeder. 15.25
7.75; liullit 13.2504.75; calve. $5.00
PIIEKI'-netelpU 0O0; market.
etronR 25 hlchnr; lamb. 113.75
16.25; yearling. fs.75tf9.75; wether
$12.50 13.50; pwpi 17.50 0 B.00;
Blocker ami feeders. $1150012.75.
. Financial Review.
Now York March 28. Opening
price bu the New York Stock Bx-
chniiKo tixlfiy Included:
Texas Company 43; Studobakor
in&4; Mexican Pctrolotirn 116 14
off 18; AtlilHnn H. up 14; Ilelall
Wore 43 6 8 up 1-8; New Haven
18 3-4. off 14; Northern Paclflt;. . 74
14. off 18; Allied Chemical. 65 up
38; Ilaldwln. 1"6. off 14; Anucondn.
49 3 4; 8lnclalr. 23 3 4. off 14: U. 8.
Hleol 94 18; U. 8. Rubber 60 ; Amer-
ican Ice 105 off 3 4; Pennsylvania
37 7 8; Southern raciflc 86 '4. up 18;
Prooklyn Rapid Transit 18 14; A
T. & T.. 120.
Chicago Produce Market
nUTTER Creamery ctras 38c;
creamery standnrda 37Hc; flrBta 34
HfT37c; aeconda. 3234c.
K(!G8 Ordln a r I e a 21(T2H4c;
POULTRY Fowls 24c; ducks
30c; goese 18c; apriiiRH 29c; turkcyi
30c; roosters 19c.
Kantu City Grain.
WHEAT Receipts 105 cars; mar-
ket. utuhanRod to 10c lower; No. 2
linrd 1.28?1.42j No. 3 hard $1.28;
No. 2 red $1.3001.35; No. 3 rod
CORN Market unchanged to c
higher; No. 2 mixed 51 3 4r2 He;
No. 3 mixed 52; No. 2 white 53; No.
2 yellow 54c.
OATS Market unchanged; No. 2
white. 38c; No. 2 mixed 3035'4c.
RYE No. 2 8889c.
HAY Market steady; choice
timothy $16.5016.50; alfalfa $24.00
Oklahoma Cltq. March 28. Cattlo
1800; active and steady; steers top
$6.25; bulk $6.257.00; butcher cat-
tle ateady; cows $6.00; heifers
$6.50; cunners end cutlors $2.00
CALVES Receipts 200; market
HOGS Receipts 1300; market
10c higher; top $G.95; bulk $9.45
Liberty Bond Market.
; Now York March 28. Liberty
firm 4's 98.26; Liberty second 4c
1)8.16; Liberty first 4 1-4 98.40;
Liberty second 4 1-4 98.30; Liberty
third 4 1-4. 98.50; Liberty fourth 4
1-4 98.50; Victory 3 3-4 100.00; Vic-
tory 4 3-4's 100.82.
Rome has. a population of about
Federal Probe Of
Klan and Bank Is
Grand Jury Order
1 (By The United Prewf.)
i Muskogee OWa. March 28. Fed-
eral grand jury here which today be-
i gan Its work was charged by Fed-
eral Judge R. L. Williams to investi-
gate the activities of tho Ku Klux
! In this connection the judge
pointed out that the federal statute
; provides that If two or more citizens
appear on a public highway In dis-
j guise after having agreed to tntimi-
; dato or prevent citizens from the
; lree exercise and enjoyment of their
I rights vouchsafed by the constitu-
tton they shall be guilty vt a mls-
! demeanor and puniBhable by fine
and imprisonment. The judge also
i instructed the jury to probe the
' closing of state and national banks
i in this territory including the Guar-
enty State bank at Okmulgee which
i was a member of the Federal Ro-
V.. Numerous whippings by masked
' bands in and near Muskogeo recent-
f ly prompted Judge Williams to order
; an investigation of the Klan it was
i Bald. ;
The Dead sea is 1200 feet lowe
than the Mediterranean.
Cum Laude Honors
Go To 38 Students
; Chix High School
i ' Thirty-eight students 17 seniors
nine Juniors and 12 sophomores of
the Chlckasha high . school met "Cum
Laude" requirements during the
past six weeks according to the
list compiled today by J. F. Hatcft-
cr principal of the school.
To win the "Cum Laude" honor
a student must carry at least four
subjects and make not less' than "A"
grades. The grades nro averaged
every six weeks. . .
Benlora whose grade avtrs'd no
lent than Anilmie during tho l't
all week are; Ruth French. Verne
H.-. d l.eosle Field. Richard I tar-
noil. Audrey Auhtun KvHyn hep-
ard Lela Hopkins "ark Blolnber-
nor Nolle II) num. i:inin-U Darby.
Emma Jean luker Vlrxll llmwn
Mta llasiielt Cecil (iitllliur llatnl
Hopkins Alice Whalcn. VordaJelk
and Jewell I'lillllpx.
Arvll Hi lie MiKcmy. Hrth iiur
kcr. Itoriillo llifh Muy Hum llrldRo
All Hurncy Mary Waluln WukI.
ItmU Jutk Lcnniitd (I'Kid and
(jld) CbiMiey arx thn tnemlii'ra nf
Hie Junior ibmn lui Hindu tbn high
grndfl vcmK' dnrlnit the pn't alx
wm-ka. Follnwinu aro lln ni'iuna or
the 1 miplnmiciM'n:
N'uiinil N'pvIIIk. Annlro Ablitoii.
Ruth Hchliitt'rbi(k. Irene IMwnrdii
Mariaret lllnKliiuii. hicM;i M Miuian.
i-Jpencer linn (niil Ktta tjitilt Junll-
saltelh Kinmiuunl l.oulnn llnlrd.
EdIM W'aiif erbix k mid Ruth Liter-more
Hand In Oklahoma
EvIdi'iH'o obtalnv.l In the poro
dragnnt hro may dliorgiinUe u
Ming of southwestern Oklahoma
stora liurglara according to I'ollca-
mnu Willlum lliilo who ..'.us Juif re-
turned from Lawton Curdidl and
llolmrt where ho completed an in-
vestigation which resulted In the ar
rest of threo partlea and the recov
ery of valuable merchandise stolen
from a store In Rocky Oklahoma.
Charged . with committing the burg
lary one man Is being held In Juil
In llolmrt and two are In: prisoned
in the Washita county juil at Cor-
drll Hale says. Name of thq men
being hold are not known by tho
First clue of tho stolen goods and
the persona bollevpd to have com-
mitted the burglary was obtained
when l'ollcenion Halo. Carl Davis
and Hill Thomas raided three resi-
dences In tho southwestern section
of this city and seized merchandise
and an automohilo valued at several
hundred dollars. Some of the loot
was Identified as part of tho goods
tuken from tho C. A. Chlncholl and
0. Y. Melton homeii In Ii iIh city sumo
t lino ugo. As a result of tho find-
ing of these goods. Jack Myers and
his wife nnd Mrs. Mary Myers said
to be tho mother of Jack Myers aro
being held in juil here In default of
bonds. Myers Is charged with burg-
lary and his wlfo anil mother with
receiving nnd concealing stolen
Clues obtained In the Investigation
following tho finding of the mer
chandise In tho local residences took
tho officers to Lawton t.icnce to
Hobart and thence to Cordell.
Meanwhile three raids were staged.
three persons arrested and tho bal-
ance of the goods stolen from tho
Rocky s'oro 1 vovercd.
fiRAnY FAIR HEADS SECURE BERTH
ON FAST HORSE-RACING CIRCUITS:
TWO LOCAL MEETINGS ARE ROOKED
SUPER GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION;
Most housewives pro
claim that the baking
niMxrW rmpsfinn ivn
solved for them the
moment thev used the
first spoonful of Calumet. Aftti
t-hof nn Hnnhr remained no hon-
MlUb4V vrs" - - ' - -
:ing no searching for a perfect
leavener no wonaering h d?k-
ings would "turn out 'all right."
(2 A MUM EI
has solved the question because
in all tnese tniny years inws
navar failori fr nrnrfuce wholev
some and appetizing foods at an
1 .4. I. s ..
economical cost il
and sure as anv baking.powder
ever made. "
Calumet is more . economicHl
than other brands selling for
less because its quality -is ttf-
highest no losses from spoiled fckinp.
Use Calumet oncethat c
enough to prove to you that St'i
i"best by test"
A pound can of Calunwt oonrtixi tult
1 Sot. Some baking powUf oo !
urc yon get pound whr t wnl It
Chltkux'ia lias been admitted Into
tho luriut.l rac homo c Inn it In lha
ktrtn (inn which ln lu lei nil th
prlitclpnl cities of Okliilioma of'
fli liilH i.f Ihe Cnidy County Fair as-
iN'Inlliin announced today.
Flr.il race pronram will ha fSK"1'
.tro July I at wlil'b lime :0 of lb
I'pkI rate horsea to hvo b'-en seen
in action In the iat durlnu the
coming season and !' Jo. keys ar
caperted to participate In the event.
The next race card will be a part
of tlin entertainment to be offered
at the annual Urady County Fre
Fair (' b held here Keptomiier is
l !l. This nrolmbly r.-lll complete
Ihe hiir o raclnc season here M far
aa the hi circuit Is concerned II
To retain lla affiliation with thl
circuit park association officials flo-
ilarod II will be noceaaary to pro
vide additional barn apnea nna ro
iiiimIiI thu race track to meet ua
louul asKoclutlon rcqulremuntn. A
:m feel liv 11 feet addition to i'lO
Ktables a .ady cousirui tcd at lh
county fair grounds intuit bo made
according to Harry Klephetiaon
meniher of th juirk association who
las been tllroctlng building activi-
ty at tbo park. This addition will
provide i!0 moro stullu 12 feet
K(itaro and will swell tho total
uumhor of ii In II J to 50.
Ono half of tho money necessary
to make these Improvements and
thus ensure Chlikashn a retention on
the circuit has been raised by Mr.
Stephenson personally and the bal-
ance will be rained Immediately by
a special committee to bo appointed
by tie park association. Work of
enlarging the stables remodeling
tho track amW constructing an orna-
mental fenco around the falrgrouiuU
proper will be started this wcck
Mr. Stephenson said.
Tim hoinn racei will ho an ex
cellent advertising medium for tho
city and If tho proposition Is han-
dled correctly and tho proper Im
provements on the track and statues
made tho W0 men Who will partici
pate In the events will go away
from the city boosting Chlckasha
Mr. Str-'ilienson suys.
When all nlnnncd Improvements
are complete tho county fairgrounds
and park will bo one of tho most
completo In tbo state officials of
tbo association belle vo.
Imnrovoincnts yet to bo inudo In-
cludo the construction of . hirg"
stock pavilion" subdivided Into threo
departments tor horw mulua ami
cattle; construction of two dining
balli ornamental fence around fair
ground proper roadway ahtewaisi
ihid complfllun of airmlurea already
Imaird on thn ground.
The problem of raising fund for
Iho financing of be construction of
the Mock pavilion has brrn checked
up to the general public Hsrry
rltepliinscn. one of r.9 offlclala of
the association declare. A com-
mlMea hesdod' by A. K. Houston
county firm agent and E. K. Al-
klre nromlnent tlrady county farmer-stockman.
Iia been appointed to
rabie $ono the amount necessary
to finance the const ruction of the
Lnvllliin. Just what plan will be
pursued tb'e committee ha not bn
usnouncrd. It I eiperted that
nyono Inlcresled n Ihe annual
Cnilr county free fnlr and Ihe agrl-
cultural and llvotmk detelopmenl
In the county will be aiked to con-
tribute to the fund.
An endeavor will be made to In
duce Ihe hoard of county commis-
sioners to buy a to-year county fair
franchise from the park association.
Monev derived from the aale of the
friinchlHe would be devoted to the
financing of the Improvements to be
made at the park. No action on the
proiaiaal ha been taken by the commissioner.
With the fulr grounds Improve
ments complete the C-rady county
free fair and exposition will develop
into the county's biggest annual
event pfflclula of Iho association be-
G. 0. P. Called Here
For Meet April 19
In a call lssuen today by Myron
Humphrey county chairman and
Mm. fat Powell county vlce-chulr
man republican precinct committee
are asked to meet April 19 at 7:30
o'clock p. m. The county conven-
tion ha been called for Saturday
April 22 at 2:30 o'clock In the
county court house. Precinct com-
mittee muetlnga will bo held at the
various voting places.
Instnictons to cull the meetings
of the precinct" committees and the
county convention were recently re-
ceived from A. C. Aloxandor of
Oklahoma City chairman of tho re-
publican stnto central committee..
Darwin's "Origin of Species" was
translated Into every Kuropean language.
fr ur 10 at ICcfioffr'c
Corn Flalua 6caui t h
thildrin won't oat mny
othor kind. Kollott'o
hovo Iho goody Invar
.trf thty aro novtr tough
oad hard. t tat I"
quick to know Kellogg9 s
. Little folks instantly recognize Kellogg's
Corn Flakes from imitations 1 They know
the delicious Kellogg flavor and they know
that Kellogg's are never tough or leathery
or hard to eat! "
Kellogg's Corn Flakes are so superior
in flavor and in wonder crisp crunchiness
that once you know. Kellogg's you will
always serve Kellogg's.
; And Keilogg's should be best because
they are the original Corn Flakes the
most delightful cereal ever made 1 Insist
upon Kellogg's .the kind m the RED
and GREEN package because none are
genuine without the signature of W. K
' Kellogg originatdf of Corn Flakes!
Don't torft KELLOGG'S
Com Fltktt to mtdo br tho
folks who t'y T" tho JUN
CLELAND Moving Picturtr.
Coupon inoide ivery plcktgo
of KELLOGG'S Corn Floka '
npltinw how you eon obtoim
ivothor soft ' JUNGLt
11 ! 'aaam '
Abe ktri of KELLOGG'S' KJtUMBLES aal
KELLOGG'S BRAN cooM aaJ knabU4
J "I ' i I .
V- il' f
Thee four roup'.e. a.l of them veteran of more than 60 year of married life formally celebrated their
.-.i.h.. I. ii. maiuml Calif . Clt Hull rwontly. when they were entertained by the "Girl
giiiuen otmni iiiiiriiii'. - . - - .
of '61." Civil War organlatlon. Ifl to right. Homer and Kmma Wagner. Clarence and Catherine Ullas Wil
liam and Clara Crowhurst. n. J. and Nancy vermtiiion.
In copen navy Mack
brown and rose priced
40-in. Canton Crepe
Fine quality in black
navy grey pcrywinkle
and carniel priced yard
36-in. Checked Taffeta
In pretty new Spring
checks color combina-
tions priced yard
' 40-in. Crepe Back
In black brown navy
and canna priced yd.
32-in. Silk Pongee
12 Momtnic fine all-silk
36-in. A. B. C. Silk
In all . colors priced
40-in. Crepe de Chine
In all the staple and new
Spring shades priced
per yard (
40-in. Georgette Crepe
All Silk Georgette in all
colors priced yard
40-in. Charmcus and
In all good colors regu-
lar $.100 quality priced
36-in. Colored Pongee
In rose blue and laven-
der fine quality priced
36-in. Fine Taffeta
Extra fine quality Taf-
feta in desirable shades
36-in. Silk Shirting
In pretty Spring patterns
worth $2.50 per yard
Now' is the time to select your
new Spring Hat. Recent ar-
rivals have replenished otjr
showing" and it offers greater
selection than ever before. Come
up in our mijliner "department
and look 'em -6 verv Priced
$2.95 to $18.50
Save Here On
Hinds Honey and Cream -39c
Woodbury's Facial Soap --21c .
Pebecco Tooth Paste 39c
Pepsodent Tooth Paste 39c
Mulsified Cocoanut Shampoo 48c
Mavis Talcum Powder --22c
Djer-Kiss Face Powder 59c
Kewpie Talcum Powder . -69c
Mary Garden Face Powder 95c
Palm Olive Soap 8c
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 292, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 28, 1922, newspaper, March 28, 1922; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727622/m1/6/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.