Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 144, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 16, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Chickash a Daily Expres
Yob will fUd 4 the
local newi every da; U
All th lateit newi by
wirt avery day from tk
United Press Association.
j ( The Daily Ezpren.
Chickasha Oklahoma Wednesday June 16 1920
'Tor Anything Ireland Wants" De-
clares Chairman; Uninstructed
; First Time In 30 Years;
Without Unit Rulo.
LIBERALS PLAN FOR
MERGER OF PLATFORM
Work Out Plans So Can Get Togeth-
er On Support of Presidential
Candidate; Have Duplicate
Labor Planks It's Learned.
lly United Press. ;
San Francisco June 10. Commit-I
teciuan Charles lloeschenstein of Illi-j
nois said today that the delegation
from that state would fight for an !
Irish freedom plank In tho Demo- i
orotic platform at tho national con-;
vent ion hero.
"Our delegation will fight to give
lrclun danylhing ta wants" he j
The Illinois d legation will he un-
instructed and without the unit rule
for tho first time In 30 years it was
To Merge Platforms.
lly Unitod Press.
Chicago June 16. Tho platforms
of the liberal parties who arc- to
meet here in joint convention on
July 10 are being worked out so
that they will fit together In case it
is decide dlo form a unit iu support
of one presidential . ticket it was
Duplicate labor planks which have
been decided on provido for public
ownership of all base industries with
the workers participating in fho
It Is understood that. Iho 'League
of Nations issue will bo loft un
SUIT ASKS HUGE
BE OEMANDS 0
GRADY MAN IN
UM AS DAMAGES
i Four In First.
Alleging that while a passenger on i Pelt igrew's men for the third con-
a Hock Island train she sustained ; sncutivo time won tho ball game In
injuries that have cause "great and
excruciating bodily pain and has was sacrificed to second by Neusel. . val now exhibiting In Chickasha I
"undergone great mental suffering! Reynolds was hit by pitcher and; reel that. In Justice to myself as well
and worry and has been deprived of j trotted down. Poolaw struck out. i as tho citizenship of the city that
the mrr.ns of earning a livelihood' Pettigrcw singled scoring Kcudy I should publish the following in-
Annie Mayfield has filed suit in the j Reynolds landed at third on the hit. j structious from Mr. Stacey to me on
district court of Grady county ask-1 Kittcrman singled scoring Reynolds j Juno 12;
ing $25000 damages from the rail-
Tho petition filed by the plaintiff
Mates "that on the 3rd day of Feb-
ruary 1920 while said defendant's
train composed of the car in which
plaintiff wes riding and several oth- j
er cars was standing at the city of
Chickasha preparatory for the jour-
ney from Chickasha to Vcrden. the
engine with which thn defendant in-
tended to draw said train ran Into
and collided with said train and
thereby knocked the plaintiff down
by reason of which plaintiff was
grievously bruised mangled and
wounded and mado sick and sore."
Mrs. Mayfield ullcgcs in her peti-
tion that sho was Injured as a re-
sult of the negligence mismanage-
ment and want of care of the ser-
vants agents and employes of the
Galveston. June 13. An investiga-
tion of strike conditions hero to
l-.irn if the withdrawal of state
ifMips is ju stilled will be held to
lay by officials of tho steamship
companies and state officials.
I. y. Barb labor leader claims
that Vexicana are being used as
strike breakers. He says they were
brought into the United States con-
trary to the immigration literacy
and head tax laws.
HOLD PROBE ON
! Hoard Meets For
! Hearing On Hike
Tim county equalization board con-
vened this morning la thn offico of
J. 1). Uryaii county assessor for Iho
purpose of hearing protests of tax-
payers whoso personal property as-
sessment wero raised by tlio board
in session here last week.
All members of the board Commis-
sioner Ira M. Johnson of Minco;
Commissioner J. A. Teuiplo of Chick-
asha and Commissioner Sell Pursley
of Rush Springs wero present this
Just how long the board would be
in session is not known. This do-j
pends on the number who appear to
make showings that their assess-
ments should not be raised County
Assessor Iiryan said.
Feature of Bickering Is Wildness of
Opposing Pitchers; For Third
Time Against Springfield
Chicks Win in First.
It really appeared to bo like taking
candy from the baby or pushing
your blind aunt in tho crook or some-
thing along that line to win that
ball gamo from Springfield yester-
day but tho ('hicks put. tho soft
pedal on their conscience and took
the thine anyftow. 6 to !$. I
IN BY CHICK
The feature of tho game was thoN"' lml(SH tn work bo supervised
i wddncss of tho opposing pitchers.
Pavnr. h:..! w.rlls of stuff hut. li r '
had a hard time controlling It. Mark-1
lard Iho elongated youlh chosen for j
i::ound duty by tho Merchants frank-j
ly admitted that he couldn't locate'
the approximate direction of the rub j
ber. He hit one man in the first t
and after walking three iu tho sec-j
oi d. called on Harney St. John for j
relief. Cotter tho first baseman I
war the volunteer. With tho bases'
loaded and one down when ho went '
in be got out without a run that!
franc and with two moro during
the remainder of tho game but ap-
parently the Chicks having been pre-
sented with the game in the first in
ning wore running with lh' throttle
about half opened. '
'the first inning. Reudy singled and j
Pettigrcw taking third. Kitterman ; " 'I a iu Informed that a street car-
stole second. Kennedy doubled scor-! nival Is to exhibit in Chickasha next
ing Pettigrcw and Kitterman. ! week. You know that these organ!-
In tho fourth the Chicks copped i zations frequently attempt to oper-
two moro. Neusel was safe on a ! ate lotteries and gambling games
fielder's choice. Reynolds singled ! which aro strictly prohibited bylaw.
and Neusel pulled up at second
v.ent to third on a passed ball by i
Gomes and scored when the Spring-
field catcher uiade a wild heave to
thud. Poolaw walked and scored
T'om the first on Peltigrew's double.
How Springers Scored.
In tho fourth St. John was safe
on McMulIcii's error. It was a high
throw that Kitterman pulled down af-
ter a leap of nine feet Into the
ozone. While he was on this flight.
St. John reached first. Ilennctt
lined out. to Poolaw. ISrown aud
Gomes walked filling the bags. Cot-
(Continued on page C.)
Local Man Passes
Away In Hospital
At Oklahoma Clty that they do operate in some
counties but only iu hose counties
i where the sheriff and county attor-
J. M. Harvey of this city died i neys aro for sale. This letter is your
this morning at 10 o'clock in an Ok I Instructions on the subject. Jf
lahonia City hospital says news re-
ceived by friends hero today. The
body will be shipped to Chickasha.
Funeral service arrangements have
not been made it was stated this af-
ternoon. Mr. Harvey died after an extended
illness. He Is survived by three sons
Hugh a Rock Island shopman here;
Earl an employe of the Ford garage.
and Claude of Drumright. j
The deceased lived at 907 Iowa
Tonight and Thursday gen-
Maximum 93; Minimum "0.
OF R. I. HERE ON
Worker Says Two Fingers Mashed
Off Because of Negligence of
Work by Foreman; $2500
A suit asking $2000 damages from
the Hock Island railroad for alleg-
ed injury was filed in the district
court of Grady county yesterday by
Willie L. Cargo a former employe or
the. company. John Barton Payne a 1910 feet. Tho gas flow is re-
idiroctor general of railroads is also ported as about. 10000000 cubic feet
named ono of the defendants. j Mr day and in addition to this the
The petition filed by Carho staled well is making a tout 20 barrels o."
"that on the 20th day or October
1919 plaintiff was the servant and
employo of defendants and was
working for defendants in Iho yardB
of tho defendant railway company
at Chickasha Oklahoma slacking
second hand driver tiros; that tliroo
other men wero working -with plain-
tiff at. said job on said tlate; that
said driver tires were very heavy
weighing five or six hundred pounds
and it was impossible for inexperi-
enced men to stack said driver tires
without danger of serious bodily In-
'"" ' loreumo; iiwi
P'atn'iit ann ins lellow employes hal
worked at this job only a very short
time two of them having worked
about ten days or two weeks and
(Continued on page 6.)
Matt Sankey Grady county olieriff
thii morning Issued the following
"ficlatlvo to the situation that has
developed regarding the street carnl-
This therefore is to instruct you
to promptly arrest and imprison any
person wuo aiicmpis io operate any
of these prohibited devices and con-
fiscate his machine and stock of
goods. You will also arrest any for-1
tune teller or person selling or giv-
ing away cigarettes without a li-
cense. Do not simply permit them to
quit after you have notified them
but arrest them the moment they
start and I will prosecute. They know
the law as well as we do but will
try to bluff. Call the buff promptly
and land tho offender in jail. They
will no doubt attempt to argue that
they aro allowed lo operate in cer-
tain other counties of tho slate and
perhaps show you letters lo that ef-
fect from county attorneys. It is
course you will ho careful to inter-
fere with no legitimate game.'
"None of tho games now operating
by those people arc permitted to ba
operated by our residont people. All
of these games were closed by me
for the reason that in my judgment
they cannot be operated under the
law. In view of Mr. Stacey's letter
I felt that he had concurred in this
"The games that are now in oper-
ation and have been opened since I
S I ISSUES
GORTON III IS
READ Lie FOR
WEEK IN FIELD
Unofficial Reports State New Oil Is
Hioh Gravity; Tests Reported at
from 40 to 42 Gravity; May
Hunt Deeper Sands.
SEVERAL WELLS DUE TO
COME NEXT FEW DAYS
Gorton No. 4 Wade Cemented; Ce-
ment Dirilling Company Has
Casing Set; Others Active;
Operators Over Field Busy.
Honoris from the Cement field In-
dicate that the "strike" at the loca-
tion of tho Gorton Trust Wagnor
farm No. 1 in the east half of the
southwest of section 12-5-9 is the
mosi important happening in the
field during tho -week.
The top of tho Band was struck at
mn feet and drilling was stopped
High Gravity Report.
The feature of this strike Is that
the oil in this well is by far tho
highost gravity product found in the
field to date uccording to reports.
Tho best information obtainable
places the gravity at about 10 to 42.
Tho Gorton Trust has made no state-
ment as to tho graviy however sam-
ples taken from tho well by othors
being the hasis of these reports.
While' tho Gorton company has a
paying proposition in the well as it
stands tho probability Is that they
will go deeper In the. hopo of find-
ing the real pool of oi! for which all
the operators have. been searching.
The present production will probably
he bradenheaded andsaved.
New Wells Are Due.
Several other wells afe slated for
completion in tho next few days.
The Gorton Trust Wado No. 4 ( ha s
the casing set. nt. 2310. They will
standardize and drill In Iu Iho next
few days reports slate.
An important tost is that of the
Mammoth Drilling company in the
northeast of section 9-5-9 where they
havo tho casing set and cemented at
2337. Should this well prove to be
a good producer it would widen the
strip of production or proven terri-
: lory by more than a mile
i Deepen Gas Well.
j Tho Gorton No. J Wade iu the
! southeast of the Touthwest. of sec
lion 2-5 9 is lo be transformed from
a gas well to an oiler far months
the tendency of this well has been
strongly inclined toward the change
as it has been making about as much
oil as gas when t urned loose. A der-
rick has been completed over Un-
well and they will drill into the oil
wllh standard toos.
Tho I5ailey-Kee-Moore well is drill-
ing at 750 feet with a rotary in the
north half of the northeast of sec-
tion 10-5-9 Big Whip allotment.
'ho Cement Drilling company on
i" section 3-5-9 is cemented wilh
casing set on the regular 23oo foot
The Homa-Okla in section ."-5-9
near tiio Cement depot is again j
drilling with a rotary at 1950 feet i
Tho McKinucy llodlund farm No. j
2. Is cemented on the regular 2"00
foot sand in the north half of the
northeast of 11-5-9. They have their
pumping equipment rigged up lo
bring tho well in.
The Lone Star No. 2 Lackey in
the east halt of the northwest of the
northwost of section 11-5-9 is drill-
ing at 1K50 feet.
In the west half of Ihe northeast
of the northwest of section 11-0 9.1
the MM Southwestern Lackey No. 2.
is drilling t. about. 250 feet. !
GOOD WHEAT CROP
By United Press.
Ponca City June 16. The best
wheat crop ever raised In thi3 sec-
tion is now being harvested. Tho
yield will average 20 bushels. Many
fields will yield much more than
closed them are running solely under
authority of the county attorney
and absolutely contrary to my judgment."
ELKS MEET TONIGHT
Tonight at 8 o'clock the 11. I'. ().
Klks will meet in regular session at
their hall corner of Third street and
Chlckiisha avenue. In addition to
(ho regular business of the meeting
three candidates are slated as "vie-
limn'' to walk the burning sands and
be wised up In tho mysteries of the
HERE THIS YEftR
Plans Call for Expenditure or $12000
This Summer; Grade Grounds
Build Walks Repair Build-
ings All on Program.
Approximately $12000 is ' toing
spent in the improvement of tho
city's school grounds and buildings
this summer according to T. T. Mont-
gomery cily superintendent.
To make Chickasha the owners of
the most attractive school grounds
is the aim of Superintendent Mont-
gomery. Every school ground and building
in the city will be Improved. Grounds
will" bo regrdaded grass will be
planted sidewalks will bo construct
od heating pans will bo overhauled
and the buildings will bo put in con-
dition for the 1020-1921 school year
according to plans.
Approximately $2500 will be spent
on improvements at. the Junior high
school and an equal amount will be
expended for an annex for tho heat-
ing plant at tho Lincoln negro high
school is being constructed at a cost
of approximately $1000. . .
Nearly $3000 will be spent for this
work ul the five ward schools of tho
The Baptist cottage prayer meet-
ings made a distinct gain in attend-
ance last night. There wero one
hundred and thirty-lwo people In at
tendance reports say. Itev. Sam
Taylor stated this morning that he
had not seen one-tenth the Interest
and enthusiasm in the First Baptist
church since ho came here as is be
ing shown now.
The Baptists are in preparation
for what they hope to be a great re-
vival beginning with the dedication
of the church next Sunday and con-
tinuing two weeks. Plans aro being
made for the biggest day Sunday the
church has ever had. livery Sunday
school teacher 'Is working to get a
10o per cent class that day. The
men's 'bible class is claiming Ihe lead
but Ihe prediction is that the women
will make them hurry. The The
Kvangeis a class of young ladies
are not saying much but. are working
like hres reports slate.
Tho prayer meetings tonight are
announced as follows:
Waller Waggoner ."IS Colorado.
W. 1 1. Kerrell. leader.
A. I. Hay 120 South Sixth Mrs.
Mrs. S. P. Hobiusou. 12'in Color
do. V. M. Luginhyhl. leader. j
MVs. Anna Roach 1217 South Sixth.
Mrs. Cna Burton leader. !
W. T. Anderson. 152.'! Dakota. Mr j
Hot Is leader.
J. W. Wylder. X01 South Fifth j
Mrs. Bui" leader. j
Mrs. B. B. McBurnett. 1712 C"lo
radn Sam D. Taylor leader.
Mrs. Addie Cason 40 North
Fourth. Gladys Sharp leader.
P. C. Baker. 10n South Twelfth.
(J. H. Harris leader.
TO WRITE SOVIET HISTORY j
By United Press.
Madison Wis. June 10. A history j
of tho T.ussian revolution and the
first year of the soviet rule will be j
written by Prof E. A. Ross Univer- 1
sity of Wisconsin sociologist during '
his leave of absence next term. The i
history will be based on material col-
lected by the American Red Cross.
Ross undertook the work at the re-
quest of the Red Cross. The docu-
ments are now being translated at
S O SYSTEM
BAPTISTS I E
PLANS FOR BIG
Grady Minors Get
Cash for Leases
In New Gas Area
Oil leasos valued at several thous-
and dollars and belonging to the
lllundcll minors living in Grady
counly were sold at public auction
in county court hero this week.
Forty acres tho northeast quarter
of tho northwest quarter of section
7-ln-3w Garvin county Oklahoma
were sold to the Prairie Oil and Gas
company the price being $77 per
acre. This loaNo is located three
miles northwest of the Magnolia gas
well which was recently brought in
in Garvin county.
Another tract 150 acres in the
southwest quarter of section 32-3n-3w
Garvin county was sold to Waller
L. Hart Pauls Valley Tor a consid-
eration of $20 per acre. This lease
is located four miles north of the
Magnolia gas well.
Local Pastor Announce Special
Train to Ritn to Oklahoma City '
Friday Evening; Return
11 o'Clock Same Night.
if plans of local churches aro car-
ried out a "Billy Sunday" special
train over thn Frisco from Chickasha
lo Oklahoma City where tho evangel-
ist is conducting a revival will leave
hero Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock
Rev. Clifford B. James secretary of
the local ministerial alliance an-
nounced this morning.
Those iuteresl'u are asked to call
ouo of the local pastors this eveuing
between the hours of G and 8 o'clock
or tomorrow morning between the
hours of g and 10 o'clock. Rev. Mr.
Must Sell 125 Tickets.
In order to assure the special
train it was explained this morning
at least 125 round trip tickets must
be sold by tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock. Arrangements for tho tick-
ets can be made by calliug ono of
the local pastors.
Three hundred are expected to
make tlri trip Rev. Mr. James said
today. Space in the tabernacle will
be reserved for the Chickasha dele-
gation who will 'Ing their favorite
song at the opening of the service:!.
A largo pennant or banner for use
on the trip is being nought by Itev.
The "Btlly Sunday Special" will
leave Chickasha at 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon ami will arrive in ample
time for lunch before the opening
of the services. The train will leave
Oklahoma Cily for Chickasha at. II
o'clock and will make no intennedi j
ate stops. j
Immediate action by tlnco who;
wish to make the trip was urge l j
this morning by thorn promoting the
By United Press.
Dallas Tex. June
IS. The police
are searching for Grover Cleveland
Bergd'.dl milltonaue draft evader
who escaped from army officers in
Philadelphia some weeks ago and
who is said to be in this stale.
Bergdoll is reported to have pa;-s
ed through Oklahoma City on Tues-
day June S on his way to Laredo
Tex. It is fo; .red by tho officials
that they are too late and that be
has crossed the Mexican lwirdcr.
RECOVERS FROM ILLNESS.
F. M. Price was abie to be down
town today for the first time in
more than a week. He has practi-
cally recovered from a serious at-
tack ot ptomaine poisoning.
PLAN TO ATTEND
IN SPECIAL FRI
NT FOR DRAFT
DODGER 0 PHI!
Vice President in Statement Oe
clares Not After Democratic
Nomination; Will Fight All
Advocates Irish Freedom.
TAKES SWING AT COX
Declares Nomination of Ohio Marl
Would Be "Menace to Law and
Order;' Statement Says Ho
Would Mako Ideal" Wet."
By United Press.
San Francisco June lti. Vice Pres-
ident Thus. P. Marshall staled today
that he does not want the presiden-
He declared that be would fght
tho wets and llus advocates of Irish
freedom in tho convention. It Is un-
derstood thai ho has sent a telegram
to Calvin t'oolldgo republican vice
presidential nominee saying "You
have my sincere sympathy."
Oppose Governor Cox.
By United Press.
Washington June' l(i. Tho Anti-
Saloon league issued a statement
here today in which it was stated
that tho organization was unquali-
fiedly opposed lo Governor Cox as a
democratic presidential candidate.
The stntemeui ueclared that his
candidacy Is unthinkable and that it.
would be a menace to law and order.
The unti-wels declared that Cox
would make an ideal "wet" candi-
date. Davis "Would Accept"
By United Press.
London Juno Pi. American Am-
bassador John W Davis announced
today that while ho was not socking
the democratic nomination for presi-
dent ho would accept It If no'inlnat-
ed. Davis declared tliut the story cur-
rent here that Colonel House was
enroute lo London to offer him tho
nomination was entirely .unfounded.
He said he did not know the purpose
of Co. House's I'iuropeau trip.
ROPE OF PARLEY
By United PrfcS3.
Montreal June pi. The Iudnstr.at
court of Kansas was condemned as
a machine for the. "confiscation of
Liberty" in a resolution which was
unanimouily adopted at tin annual
convention of the American Federa-
tion of Labor here.
The full power of organized labor
in the entire United States wan
pledged to assist the Kntisa3 workers
i In a fitrht for the repeal of this law.
I Alexander Ilowatt dtdegate from
I Kansas said that 'V. per cent of the
! workers in Kansas would go to jail
! ir such action became neci'-aiy to
I nliow their disapproval of tins coin'.
By United Press
Duluth Minn-. June 16. State
troops aro expected here today t'
prevent further race riots following
the lynching of three negroes here
last night who wore held in connec-
tion with an attack on a white girl.
There wore 5 Ono in the mob re-
ports state but there was not a shot
fired. The mob was orderly. In a
quiet determined manner the ne-
groes were taken from the jail had
HE DO.MT WAN
RUN FOR PREXY
F. L. ROMPS ON
NEW COURT SAYS
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