Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 161, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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Do You Sleep on a Sealy
If not you are missing the greatest pleasure
an-J comfort tint sleep afford. Sealy Mattresses
ara non-tufted and adjust themselves to every
curve of the body and gives you that perfect
rest that only a Sealy Mattress can do.
Made of the best grade of long staple cotton
and guaranteed not to lump pick or become de-
fective in any way for 20 years awritten guar-
antee accompanies every mattress.
For a few days only we will sell
Sealy Mattress for $1.00 down
and $1.00 pdr week
Now is your chance to own a Sealy. This
opportunity may not come again soon.
One third of your life is spent in bed. A
Sealy Mattress is your best guarantee for health
and comfort. You will get up in the morning
feeling like a live wire.
apmfe a Anderson
Furniture and Undertaking
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Duly of School to Laboring Man and to
Peace Also Being Discussed Today
At Educational Association
fiy VnltPd Press.
New York July 7.- The Gary plan
of tirhool administration the obliga-
tion of educational system to union
labor and peace had llicir innings in
tho discussions of the National Lduca-
tion a.tHociatiun mct'ting hi'ip today.
William A. Wirt mipcrintt'iHlent of
tho city 8( hool of f!ary Ind. di.si uss-
fil the Gary plan us organized in his
liome city aiul as Biliuinistered in
twelve of the leading public m hools in
the Bronx New York City. The Gary
Jilan he declared has extended in
Komo form or other to mot of the
J- ading city school systems in the
Samuel OotnperR president of the
American Federation of Lubor advo-
ated training in the eehools for efl'i-
(ient work and tlio teaching in the
hools of the doctrine of respect fur
the right of tha man Mho carries the
Dr. John Pewey professor or edu-
ration fit Columbia Vniversity ad-
flressed the U!oclution on ''Nationaliz-
ir ts Kdm atimi" Simeon 11. Kess mem-
of corgrevH fit)-:: o' io. advocated
Use xtalili-1it;:eit i .1 a. tim;l univer-
tity at Wii!-hiiict(iii.
One of tie; really b: !;i;;i-reiit meet-
I n i;s in the mectiiiK of the America!!
f.ciool peueH league. Ka:iny Fern An-'
jiewH secretnry of the league in -i: .: : '
that public school training nin-t In
Jy make fur peace it any pru e. heic-
?ites to the jM-aee league and prnmi-'
Iient educators who are guests at the)
;it;m ;.! botoi'iet in ibe Ho:el Astor iif-
Jer as to the ducational program tot
ljest leiid to t'.ie estahlistiiiient of pi a e
villi lionor. j
"The tormai inn of an cf;'e tive aor'd
j.i ace court so nearly re n'nplish'd
HI the vewml lli;riie 1 i.:f-:":;( e 1e.
-l.".red Mi' s J vi n Ai.drew- 'shieiid ln
emphasized as an Ideal for which the
world has hoped and waited."
OF THE TOWN
Bailey No Better.
Shoriff j!dge Bailey in still confin-
ed to his home on account of blood
poisoning in his knee. He was report-
ed somewhat worse this morning
Hightower is Arraigned.
Jake Hightower put up $75 in cash
after arraignment in Justice MooWs
court this morning on the charge of
carrying concealed weapons on Jan.
2- His trial was set for next Monday
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Grady Medict Meet.
There will he a regular session of
the Grady County Medical society this
evening at the mayor's office at s
o'clock. Dr. Dawson will talk on the
subject of tonsils and Dr. Liveimoie
will talk on focal Infection. A full at-
tendance is desired.
Gets Newi of Death.
Wa4le LaBoon one of the clerks in
the post office received a telePiam to-
day stating that his motfier Mrs. D. D.
LaHoon died at 1 o'clock this morn-
ing at ber home in Easley. North Car
Shorty Pay Costa.
K. D. Fletcher known as "Shorty"
Fletcher negro yesterday p.ud the
costs of an appeal from the city i the
county court on a charge of figlm.'g
He had been fined $a in city courl
He refused to pay the fine but laid out
the sentence alter deciding to dismiss
the appeal. Costs assessed against
him amounted to $ll.i;o.
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PEARL WHITE Till' sIAk ur n 51SN5ATIONAI EXPLOIT
PERFORMS PERILOUS I' EAT ON TOP Of SKYSCRAPER.
1 T is not nn cay tbin to Martie liroadwayites. Satiated with sensa-
l ti.mal stunts of every desrript i' m it rnuircs hometliing new and cspe-
cia'ly thrilling to male thi-ni take 1101 ice. Yet on the morning of Sat-
ur!..y. April I5'h. Pearl White Pat he's le fcarles irl'' -avc Times
Square thrill after thrill and compelled public aHenltoi) to the extent ol
length; stones on the trotil p-i;;' s of l.ve ot Vv York's leading newspa-
pers and strung loi u s in ti:e new colttnni ot practically all the others
all of which gois to prove that even Ida-e X- v. ..rkers admire true nerve
and co ilnes especially m a vcr itrait!e ir! !i'- I'eai 1 White.
The (icrard Huildin at 72') Scveeih .'cm:e picscnts to 'i'imes Siiae
the heart ot New N ork. a lm;e epaec of 1 lank hruk wall unrelieved by a
sinulo window. At the top. 1! Mnrit ti. is an ck-ctrk ifign the text of
winch line hy line may be likened to a laee'n r. It was by clambci ing down
this'Sign thai M iss bitr was enabled to reach the narrow scaffolding sw ay-
ing in the still wicd hi low and there witli a huge pot of paint assisted in
Making a huge wall sign.
Several interesting ttiiims happened before the little st.tr stepped from
the paiapet and swin g licrsc 1 nut space to the electric sign. On arriving
ai 1 lit- building she was met I'.v the representative of the Sign Painters
Pioer- Hangers and Hecorator-' t'rtion who pit seined her wi.li a card
which certified that she Had lain ill
kieoned out upon the
cameramen who bad been lipped oh a- to what . as about to happen. A
belt attached to a cable was olft red 10 In r. but she declined it with scorn.
"I've done worse things than this while working in pictures." was her com-
ment. While she was standing upon the par. pel Edward Jose the pro-
ducer of the sr rial. "The Iron ("law" in which Miss White stars forced
Ins wav through the crowd won a copy o: a morning paper 111 his band
"Is this 1 1 vie. Miss W bite-" he d maimed P
coining stunt. ni hearing th.vt it was Mr.
"1 can't ailonl to have vou take ibis lis!
finished and an accident would be lot.! 11
Claw.' Please don t do it: Mi-s W bu
(mils later was out upon the sign. In
;v .-tci-ted to the I'nion. When sb
ecu d bv a swarm of reporters and
to en article telling ot the
-e promptly forbade the thing
he urged. "My serial is not
otilv to vou but to 'The Iron
c refused to be moved and two sec-
two or three minutes after a dizv
elm h she rr:u I"
ncigiihornr' b ub
! the soaUoMing w:m
ngs and 111 the streets
li-s Wh'tc's ..itistic itiorts mute m
to panning a huge "P. NY." in four-toot !
Llo. ' s.
i !us work ol
h' iei rp the s.
iili r h a iug
car th l'alhe's
man. i.is lace
n. .m -1 the car:
trelv "l'igh art
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.;; "suii-" id If
ike i.inldii'g ii
iliai'st divided in
tie crowds upon the roob oi
t i.p a cheer.
ii the -tu were mainly devoted
Mi leiurs which can be read for
a i p arcoitiphshed she clambered
pain.! while half the cameras
ar 'ii.ivi- licwn Proadwav in her
Wednedny Sepu-niher "7. has been
designated as Grange Hay. at the Ok-
lahoma Slate Fair. This is an o !.; 1
iaiion of farmers and farm woin'-n
organizeil fur tho purpose of improv-
itii farm nmlitioris. It is atSiiiati-t!
ivnh the naiional body. Prominent
speakers will be seemed to address
r.-.embei.s in Convention Hall. A head
ipian.rs imi will l. inaintaincil on
the t':' Jn''s.
At 1 on
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1. "1 see
a big traffic police-
raised his hand am)
' on you
ii so is ours.
1 iiiv Ivim-in v.un iy iii.d l"gg is hard to
.V.-Grav .1 die'.n.pir 1" r ft piiihei:
named Worm. Aisvl. Jlnr licur.-s l. ; i Ceoi.se Dimiont of the-
will make t:fM! ciawumr "'it of h. . s j W;.: l.iiigton t ; is now a real hi?
! 1 ag!'. r - !.e I. as had Irs tonsils re-
I.ee Fob!' In I: ns didn't lilt any x . j
scalps lasr sca- n. bi: they've put on 1
Homo hair raisr find this season j V. rdh i: gn at in every depart-
tm i t cveej.t ope. lie is the weuke-st
"Terry" Turner the veteran intiebl !
I !:.'. it in the league -.vlien it comes to
er. is auoiu ine nveiuwr nit min r c r ue ai f;i!e has. ru-mer
t'levelainl liniians at the present j .
a""- I i 1 y Covebiskie is rnmtitifc Wal-
.b'l -iii a e'ose second alreadv uu
P.. h i.i;d Kr: f -rm the short-m let ! . v He is a truck bora
hiin.i v- i-r Auark. Pi.-h is i.ot ot j ttjr woiKitij; overtituS.
Don't be indifferent as to
your appearance this Sum-mer--Itcosts
you so little to
be apparelled in just the
proper manner especially
if you let us furnish your
raiment. Summer clothes
of every imaginable kind
$8.50 up and the Shirts
Underwear Hats Sox Col-
lars and Ties are truly hot
Come in Today and
Let Us Show You.
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A.TD Kirkshbaum Co
MILLIONS OF AGE
TO BEAR ARMS
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Dist. Columbia ; ..:.... ' 08f.8
West Virginia .. 81179
Xorth Carolina 401917
South Carolina ;8340
Florida ; 177.152
Kentucky ; ...1. 109711
Alabama . 4144."i4
Misii-sippi ' ar.4133
Arki-;as ' 321 924
! Oklahoma :6tf33!)
Tclal for south
f State. Number.
New Mexico 75..171
X'tah ' SG')!iO
Total for west 1071070
Aggregate for United States 21071076.
'Builards Hot Weather Specials
For Less Money
2'c .Sheer Colonial Tissue stripes and plalnds 15c
2."e. Sheer Voiles floral patterns 15c
20c Sheer Organdie floral patterns 12'2C
3o Sheer Organdie 40 Inch floral patterns .2 1 25c
Stic Sheer Voiles lane cloth 25c
$5.00 White Kid Pumps $3.50
?fi.."0 White Kid Boots $4.50
$2.50 Hlaek Patent Mary Jane Pumps J. $1.98
77ic Siiort Shirts 50c
6."c Kiol'Union Suits .... 50c
$1.75 8-in.. Black Taffeta Silk : $1.39
42.00 CS-in. Colored Taffeta Silk $1.50
7-"ic Btingtlo Aprons 50c
$1.."i0 Fancy Hose $1.00
7;"c Thread Silk Hose fancy black and white ...50c
Overalls best makes $1.00
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KLtJiidL lis-Ba kili.ii siiiia wkA hdaea ftxJ
220 CHICK ASH A AVENUE.
20 Steps Out of the High Rent District.
"Fritz" Maisel is showing Improv
ment in his ouU'wldiug.
Ty Cobb says that It is easier to
steal third base than uny other.
Napoleon L.noie is convinced that
Home Run Baker has not gone buck.
Manager Jenninrs says his team
will kIiow marked Improvement soon.
"ITeinie" Zimmerman the Cubs'
third baseman has; utntek bia batting
Barney Dreytiiss denies the report
that he contemnlates retiring from
The big asset on Mike Kelley's
Saints is big Phil lotiglas when lie
The record of the Red Sox hitters
is really the best of the American
If the transfer of Sneaker is eooil
for the game why not transfer Cobb
to the Athletics?
All things come to him who waits
when ben hitting against a pitcher
who has lost control.
Jack Graney of the Cleveland In-
dians will be passing Tris Speaker it
he keeps up the pace.
"Mike" Kelly has added strength to
his St. Paul outfield by signing Walter
Cruise of the Cardinals.
Don't get Markle of Ihe Yank"
mixed with Merkle of the Ciauts. The
Yankee man is a pitcher.
Criflith'i Senators are reasonably
certain to get a square deal ai long ae
Judge remains on the Job.
Jimmy Johnston who played th?
garden for t.ie Cubs some time ago.
is dulng fine woik for the Dodgers.
BRANCH OFFICE OF
Pittsburg Mortgage Investment Co.
318 First National Bank Building. Chickasha Okla.
FARM AND CITY LOANS
"Promptness and Satisfaction" Our Motto.
JNO. E. WHITiS Manager.
MANY SOUTHPAWS IN AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Seme of the Left Handera in Ban Johnaon't Organization.
The left-handed hitter who settles down in the batting box and takes a "ioe
bold" against rii;ht -handed pitching but who fails to hit left-hamled tossing with
equal ability fg going to have a tough time of it this season In the American
leagae. Never have southpaws been more plentiiul. Plank. Hamilton Weil-
man and Koob are with St. Louis. Russell. Dan forth and Vrflllams are with
the White Sox; Leonard Ruth Collins and Crepg are among the portsido
flinen with the Poston Red Sos; Coveleskie and Oldham are at Detroit; Har-
per and Ihuhlins represent Washington; Cotimbe will he met at Cleveland
i liiladelphia has Pressler. and Morgridge and Cttllop are or'.j tvo of tha
tveral lefthander at present owned ly the Yanks.'
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 161, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1916, newspaper, July 7, 1916; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc727721/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.