Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 199, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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CHICKAIHA DAILY EXPRCM CHICKA8HA OKLAHOMA WIONE60AV DECCM3C1 . :9!2
BAILEY IS ELECTED PRESIDENT
OF LOCAL IllWANIS CLVB; MORGAN
VICE PRESIDENT; NAME DIRECTORS
Judge Frank Af. Hal lor local at-
torney and former Justice of the
atata supreme court was elected
trrsUInt f the Klwanta rlub or
Chlckasha in osnlon Tuesdsy. Other
officers elected vent: Jtef. It K. ...
Morrsn jce president; John' W. Wil-
son treasnrer: Esrl P. Alden dlMtrlet
trustee and W. fl. Cnrtiln R liar-
rK A. I. Thornton Reese Hmlih A.
rVhulef Oemer Cnllnma and O K.
Hotta. members of the board of di-
rectors. Judaa llalley vice-president-of the
rlub during the pant y ir. Stteceeda
Moman If. Hhepard aa president Mf
Aldin aurcceda fir. I R. Kmnnuel an
district trustee. John W. Wilson
caahlor of the Fanner f'tlonnl
bank was re-elected treasurer.
Bailey Charter Member
The newly elected proi!rt of tha
KlwanU rlub la a churtcr member of
lha club lid retired from the atata
supreme court morn thnn a year aso
and elnca tbat limn Ima Imnn main-
bar of tha law firm of llalley and
llammarly with offices In tbn First
National bank builtling. Juilcn Hal-
Icy served aa district Jadae here a
number of eyara aai. Mo la auld to
ba tlm only rltlxen of "h li-VriHriri
whose name and biography appear In
'Whoa Who In America."
JuiIko llalley runiH to Chica.iMha
In 1901 from Mississippi where ha
received bis la education. In the
early daya ho held tha position of
city attorney. '
Morgan Once an Attorney.
Rot. It E U Nforttan p.iHtor of
tha JlctlioilUt church South and
newly elected vice-president of tbn
club waa engaged In tha practice of
law before ha entered tha mlnlKtry.
l!a waa graduated from tbn law
achool of the 1'nlverslly of Louisville
In and In tha same year enteerd
tha practice of law In Islington Ky.
he remained In Le.tngton until l'ml
When ha camo to Oklahoma and set
tied at Law ion at tha opening of tha
KlowgCnmanrhd country. After main
talnltii a law offlre In jton for
four" year Mr. Morgan entered tha
nilntatry. Ha served two year aa
paaror of tha If. K. church Houth
at Temple Okla.. and four year aa
pastor of tbn Methodist church at
Norman. Ha Ml Norman- to bm-oma
presiding elder' of tha Oklahoma City
dlatrlrt. . .
After serving aa prodding alder of
lha Oklahoma City dlatrlrt Rev. Mr.
Moraan waa Bent to tba pnKlorntu of
tha .(roadway Methodist church In
Ardmora. Iln became member of
lha Llona rlub In Ardmorn but aur-
rendoerd hla membership In Unit rlub
when ha waa trannfererd In Okla-
homa City to -tiRiiKi la cliuii-b edu-
cui!.;al wry In tlm anile. Iln wna
holding I lila pimitlon when ha waa
assigned lit tlm Clili kimlm paHturato.
Ha cainn bra In 1 12 1 .
Many Professions Represented.
Many profession and llnoa of busl-
ncaa urn represented In tbn person-
nel of thn nwly idnrlml bonrd of ill-
roi'lora of thn rlub. W. H. Corliln
rhulrman of lha bonrd la an ohIo-
puth; '. II. llurrU la eiiKiuti'd In the
loan and lnvitinnt biiHliiraa; A. 1
Thornton la aupi-rlntemli-nt of iho
fin departmont of tha IndliihnmaClna
rompany; Kiw-hii It Smlih la aaxliitant
caablrr of thn CltU na Nnllomil bank;
A. Hitiiiti-r la pri'Hldi'tit of thn Duw-aon-Scbulcf
rrodura rompany hero;
O. K. Hot In la iiianiixcf of tlm Htoph-
cnnoii llrowiio Lumber rnmpany'a yard
hum and inrnir 0. Colluma la bur
aur of tlm Okluboma CoIIiri) for
Meaara. Corbln flotts and Thorn-
ton wera ini'mbi-ra of tho board of
dlrwlora of the club during tbo paat
Cu Ciux Clan Ladies
Pay Visit to Theatre
Thero waa a aurprhm mat njRht at
the Bukk thoatir and. cpnrlally for
the large audience prnaent to wltneat
the "Ku Klux Klan" when the "Cu
('lux Clan Chltkaxha Realm HI" made
their audden appearance just before
the play while Mr. KerHuson In hla
announcement waa Riving the his.
tory and orlKln of the K. K. K. Mr.
Forguaon pnuaod to welcome the al
tera of tha "Invlalble Kmplro" with a
few word a of explanation to the au-
dience. The ladled ailently marched
down the alule following their leader i
who carried a . silk American flu-;.
and after crosHing the theater in '
front of the orcheutra pit and goln?
down the oppoaite ainle they dis-
appeared a" auddenly and ailontly na
they camo. After the audience re-
covered from the surprise they ac-
corded the ladles a hearty demonstra-
tion. Tha FerguHon Brothers Slock com-
'puny which opened a week'a en-
gagement at the Sugg theater Mon
' day 18 one of the beat atock or-
ganizations that have been Been I't
Chlckasha In a long timo and their
' presentation of the "Ku Klux Kltin"
Monday and Tuowday with its ex-
cellent cast and acenic production
waa ''.orotighly enjoyed by the largo
audloncea the theater Monday night
being1 filled to capacity.
With a complete cliancg of pro-
gram tonight thlB popular company
will offer Harold Bell Wright's great'
story of the Ozirks "The Shepherd
cf the IIMills" at 8:15 following an
exceptional picture program featuring
iHouxe Peters in a screen version of
the famous Btnge success "Human
SCHUMANN HEINK BETTER.
Wy T)i t'nilKl Pret )
New York Dec. 6. Madamo Scllii-
mann Ift lnk noted singer who la 111
with broncblul pneumonia In her
home at Garden City la on the road
to recovery her phyalclana aald In a
bulletin Issued at 9 o'clock this
Girl Says Black
Arrested Is Man
Who Killed Youth
IN A CLASS APART
DECEMBER 11 12 13TH
The trouble with re
mance and adventure is
that it in-
But it need
not. To know
a lifetime of
have but to"
(lly The United Prew.)
. Waco Teaxs Dec. 6.: Ivory Clay
negro was hold5 here today under a
formal charge of murder following
his Identification yesterday as the
man who killed Grady Skipworth 19
and threw his body over Lovers' Leap
near he rethe night of November 20.
The negro was identified Uy Naomi I
Boucher 16 who was With Skip-1
worth at the time of tlie attack. '
TX 1 . ....-J
by Anthonjr Itope
Alice Terry1 with " an AH-f
Headquarters for Oil and Gas Leases
Some.NewBtmgalows well located. $500
down balance easy payments. r
Choice locations in University Heights .
$300 on easy terms.
Some choice 17th Street lots. Ask about
Farms for trade for city property. ;
Cbickasba Realty and Brokerage Co.
J. M- BERRIMAN Manager
Phone 1040-' s v j I ; 112 South Fourth
(First I'ubllabad Doe. 4 1922.)
NOTICE Or PUaUCATION.
In tha Hlntrlif Court of Orady
W. M. Walker. plaliiUff. a. Kflla
Sockcy neo Tubbea at a I defend-
The Plata if Oklahoma to i:ffla
Hockey ne Tublma and tba un-
known Mrs anvutorn admlnlHtrnt
or devlHmia rruataoa and aaalgna
Immedtnta and remote of Kobert
Hockey daeaased Klula WlttlH. Alice
UKloro Kllsa Hell Ixaitltla Crutch
field 1'eler Jacob Itohart Hm key.
William Kratler Daniel Ituxsoll ami
Trad U Pawyer.
Take notice that yott have been
sued In lha District Court of (irmly
County Oklahoma In an action by
W. M. Walker plaintiff against Kffia
Hotkey noa Tubbee and tba un-
known heirs exocutors ad in In Mr t-
o.a devisees tmatena and aMalgns.
Immotlliita ami remntn of Hubert
Hockey duecasnil Rlaln Willis Alba
IKIoro. i:ila not!. Ixiutitltt Crutch-
field I'eter Jaiob Robert Hockey.
William rraxler Daniel Rusanll and
Kred I Hawyer and must annwer
tbo petition filed by aald plulntirf
on or before the 19ln nay or Junu-
ary 1923 or aald petition will be
takon a trim mid Judgment will be
rendered finding and adjudging tba
names and Individual Identity of each
and all the persona who take or were
entitled to take by aucecsalon ai
hnlr at law of Robert Hockey do
ceased tho following described real
property altuated In !rndy County.
Htato of Oklahoma to-wlt:
All of tha south half of the north-
east quarter of tba aoulhweHt quartor
and tha aoutueaat quarter of Die
aouthwost quarter of section seven-
teen (17) township five C.) north
and rnnga seven (7) west of tha In-
dian Meridian sixty (dn) acres
mora or lss.
And who are lb l rl halra of Rob-
ert Hockey deceased and lha
lam or part thereof which each look
or Inherited and are entitled to Ink
or Inherit Immediately under tha law
of succoaslon at tha time of tba death
of Iho aald Robert Hockey docuanad
and quieting; plalntirfs title to aald
property and removing tho cloud on
said prow-rty cast by virtue of a deed
made -by Jamu K Whitehead to El-
sie Wlllla Alice Ignore Kllia Hell
taut ft la Crutchffeid peter Jacob
Rolx-rt Hockey and William rraxler
recorded In .book 131 pare 2S0 In the
deed records of Orudy County And
further removing the cloud cast upon
plaintiff's title by :riun of a deed
Rind by Dunlel A. llond. Rhodu liiiml
and Clllen llond to defendant Daniel
Runseii recorded In volume HI page
S4'.L III tlm iliwa Prtf-rr.ld tif n.i.tw
County Oklahoma. Further remnv-
lug tbo cloud rnxt upon plafnlirfs !
tit lo by Virtue of a di ed dated AprU
12 mod tnndti by Dunlel RuhhuII and '
wtrn to defendant rred U Kawyer
recorded In volume 17 page f.4 In
the deed records of (irmly Count v.
Oklahoma and adjudging Hint auld
liiHirumouK and each of them are
null and void and that plulntirf m
(tin iiteVftatl Itt Ud lit lttmnliaau uml nnuli
and every pirt the. rof. umf iiuleling
the tide to thn above described prop-
arty In plaintiff herein and forever
Damns; anil lorecloufug aalil deiend-
aula and excluding each and all of
them from any Interest right tills or
estate tu and la said property or any
part thereof and Judgment will be
Clvn under my offllcal rlrnatura
and teal of thj court at Chltkaaha.
Oklahntu this the 3ml day of DO-eemiH-r.
(Heal) E. Q. ItliYNOI.im
R. K. DAVENPORT. Attormy fur
13 31 Id
ranga weal containing -01.49
acres mora or less according
to lha U. H. survey thereof.
Hald lease will be aold In open
court In lha County Court room In
th court house In tha City of
Chlckasha Grady County Okluboma
on the Ml day of JToccnilM-r A. I).
1922 at )u:uo o'. I.h k A. M for a
cahh bonus and for one-eighth roy
alty of both oil and s reserved
said lease to be on Producer! I
Koim for a term of flv n''
as long thereafter aa oil or gaa w
produced therefrom In paylm QU"
Dated thla tha 1st day of Decem-
(S D. P. CIIITWOOn.
1 12 2-Md
(Klrnl Published !). I 1921)
NOTICE Of SALS Of OIL AND
In the County Court of 'Jrndy
In the Mailer of lha Cuanllan-dilp
of Joseph H Chltwuod a Mliur.
Noilco Is hereby given Hint In
pursuance of an order of tiio Conn-
t Court of Grady County 0.B.
In. ma entered on the ln (!iy of
la-cember 1922 tho iiiuierli;ni d
cuardlun will olfer for aalo an I si ll
In open court at public miction to
tlm highest II nd bent bidder an oil
and gna mining lease on tho follow-
ing described InndH to wit:
The NV f..8i acres of lot i
and N. 12.19 m rea of lot 2 and
N 11.95 acres of lot 3 and NIC
IM urr.'K of lot 4 In section 3
and UK 'A of NK'4 and H of
HWU of Nl'.U and HKVi of HICU
of NW' of sect Inn 4 ami tola
1 and 3 and K I'.GS acres of lot
3. and KM'ot SW'4 of NK'4 of
section 4 luwnHblp 4 north
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 199, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1922, newspaper, December 6, 1922; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc729642/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.