Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 247, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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CHICKAIHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3. 19:2.
OF THE TOWN
Ltn Makee lend.
J. M. long irny county farmer
living In the Cmnt vicinity. yea-
terdejr In county court pleaded not
guilty to a charna of unlawful dor-
session of Intoilratlng liquor. II
mad ffioo for appearance and waa
Matt Mra. Lindsay.
'The membere of tha Presbyterian
cturvh ara urged to meet Air. Lind-
say at Mra. John Mlllera. 801 Kan-
aa avenue thla evening at 7: S.
IMr. Undsay la a representative of
the board of foreign mission of the
freabyterlan church. 8ha will hva
B message of Interest to all depart-
ment cf the church. Mra. Lindsay
U not a stranger In Chlrkasha aa
aha haa visited the church aeveral
tlmea liefora. Those who have heard
her will he anxious to hear her
To Rtprtsent C. H. 8. .
1 1 row n wood Knierion aon of Mr.
and Mra I). E. Kmcrion will r.;re-
aent the. ("hlckasha high school In
the atandurd oration contests at the
Southern conference and fie state
Inlerscholastlc track and Intellectual
meets to he held thlH spring. Flos-
alo Catterall. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. V. II. Cntterall wus selected
to represent the school In the read-
ing contests. Tryouts were held
thla week. Spencer Ha re foot won
second In the oratorical tryout and
Miss Hazel Hopkins was awarded
second pluce In the reudlng contest.
The Southern conference track and
Intellectual meet will he held
LOOT IS BELIEF
(By Tin I'nitnl Pro.)
Talequoh Oklui Feb. 3. Louis
Curtis George Simon and noston
Sunder charged with roblbng the
'Parkhlll bank were taken into cus-
tody by a sherlff'a posse near here
' The men were traveling In an
automobile when they were over-
hauled and arrested by the posse.
It was stated that 200 In currency
was the amount found In the car
being used by the men. Officers
believe it is part of the loot taken
from the bank.
UP MANY BODIES
' ny The United Prw.
Brownsville Pa. Feb. 3. Hun-
dreds of rescuers working in shifts
of one hour each continued the
search for bodies imprlsned in the
Gates' mine disaster near here. .
Sixteen bodies had been brought
to toe surface this" morning by the
rescue parties after working con-
tinuously .through the hours yester-
day following the explosion and last
flight. The investigation into the
cause of the blast was under way
by authorities today.
GREECE TO HAVE IT8 .
OWN MONTE CARLO.
1 (ny The United PreM.) -
Athens Feb. 3. A bill has just
been drawn up by the Ministry of
Finance of Greece to permit the es-
tablishment of casinos like that of
taonto Carlo at some of the famous
Three casinos are planned for a
starter at Corfu Loutrakis and
Aidypaos at a minimum;' value of
$120000 each. The government will
provide free ground and permit the
Importation free from duty1 of lux-
urious 'furnishjngs. It will talte ten
per cent of the gross profits to Im-
prove local public works.
FRENCH MAY CHANGE
'' NAME OF WATERLOO
Occupy the First
Place In London
ly WILLIAM M. WEITI
(United I'ress Bluff Correspondent)
London Feb. J. London haa gone
With the beginning of tha new
year tha London editor waa forced
to above the Washington conference
the Cannes conference and the gen.
era! election stories to the Inside
puge and devote the prominent
puce to an unprecedented array of
mysteries. Here are a few of them
Tha Bournemouth mystery In
which a young woman hud been led
to her death through answering a
decoy advertisement In a local new
paper. Hastening to Bournemouth
to answer oulck call for a nurse
the girl hud Jumped Into an auto
mobile. Her body waa found terribly
nriillnted the next clay along an un
frequented road. The local ollce
are atlll mystified.
The Welsh arsenic mystery a
poison drama. A prominent solicitor
In Hay waa arrested charged with
the attempt to murder a brother soli
citor by administering arsenic In
small and frequent doses. In add!
tion a charge of murdering his wife
waa Involved when her body waa ex-
humed. Her death had come myster
iously hint February. The aollcltoi
Insists on his Innocence.
Tie Tarla villa mystery recounting
the tragic fate of a rich English
woman tho wife of a prominent
aclentlst. During the absence of her
husband Mra. Draycott dismissed
her servants im Friday and waa not
seen again until friends broke In the
doora of her villa on Monday mom
lug and round her lying dead In the
hull her body covered with her fur
rout. Appurenlly she had been Struck
In tho head with a hammer after
firming her ast-MlanO A Greek
chauffeur has confessed to the mur
der alleging he killed her because
she tried to kiss him! The police
are Inclined to discredit his sntry.
The Derby Allotment mystery. This
led to a countrywide search for a
railway guard whose wife's body
wus found' fully clothed In twenty
inches of earth near her homo In
Derby. She had disappeared six
weeks previous to the discovery of
her body and her husband had made
a hurried departure from the town
at about the same time.
A dope mystery has brought gov-
ernment agents to a point of vigil-
ance unequalled alnce the suicide of
"Blllio" Carlton the actress. Miss
Edith Horley prominent society
woman after sacrificing money and
health in order to pay tribute to the
demon drug committed suicide by
shooting herself through the head in
her flut In St. James Place. ;The
public demands to know where the
drug camo from.
All !n u!1 the London newspaper
of Jt ' ;ry. 19? . greatly resembled
n voI.i...e of tho adventures of Sher-
Waterloo Belgium. One of the
new names suggested for this town
Is "Fochloo" after Field Marshal
Foch. The desire to change the
name is due to an effort to avoid
recalling "the humiliation of an al-
lied and friendly power"116 defeat
of Napoleon. .
. : A petition is now being circulated
among ' the residents of ' Waterloo
asking parliament to pass a bill
abandoning the old name. "'Several
new names beside that of "Fochloo"
have been' suggested. r
; BUILDING NEW TYPE PLANE.
I-. .. i ; i 1
" (By The United PreM.) '.. t
Colorado Springs Colo. Feb. 3.
A two pausenger monoplane with a
wing !pread"or 25 feet and a GO
horsepower "ertgine is being built
here by Montee Cave inventor and
aviator. Cave claims the plane
When completed can be brought to
earth at a speed of 15 miles an hour.
It will take the air at 20 miles an
hour! and will have a maximum speed
of 75 miles an hour Cave declared.
The plane v. ill be completed by
spring. If successful. Cave expects
td start an airplane factory here.
Long Island Man
Just New Fights
New York Feb. 3. Being four
years behind the times has its
thrills. Henry Hustenden German
farmer of Manorville Long Island
has just ran onto the battle of
Chateau Thierry and now he's st
excited he can't do a stroke of work.
During the summer Hustenden raise
berries. In the "winter he sits and
listens to his wife read world nvents
from a carefully hoarded stack of
German .newspapers arranged chro-
nologically.' Although loKl'ng ground
steadily Hustenden who can't read
himself has never allowed his wife
to skip; ast winter he got to the
sinking of the Lunltanla and could
scarcely wait for fall to come.
"But haven't you known that this
country was at war all along?"
asked a member of the American
"Ja" said Hustenden "But I was-
not interested because I had not
gotten to It yet in the newspapers."
"We won" i said the Legionnaire
heartily. And then added "It's all
over now" He felt as though he
were letting the cat out of the bag
"It's not over yet for me" answer
ed Hustenden returning to his wife
and -the stack of papers.
Neighbors are expecting to hear
a wild celebration in Hustenden's
house along about April when he
gets the false Armistice report.
NEW PROVISIONS IN INCOME. TAX LAW;
EXEMPTIONS GREATER THAN IN 1920
Shakespeate ! declared his curde
would rest upon him who might
remove his remains from Stratford
As a s Donee absorbs water so does
"Gets-lt" absorb anil draw oat of any
tender corn btg or little all pain ahd
soreness. It never falls. "Gets-It" it tbe
original corn and callus peeler. Be sura
to ask for it by name and refuse tulwti-
tutes. Money back if not aatiafled. eoatt
but a trl He everywhere. U. Lawrence
Co. Mir. CblcagOt . .
In making out his Income tax re-
turn for 1921 the average taxpayer
will find considerable aavtng In
comparison with the amount of tax
paid on the mine Income for 1120.
The exemptions provided by the
revenue act of l!):'t'aro finno for
aingle persona (the term Including
wldowa widowers divorcees and
persona separated from huMiand and
wife by mutual agreement) f.V'On
for nmrrled persona whose net In
come waa I'ooo or lots and U.ooo
for married persona whose net In-
ome waa :..ooo or more.
1500 More Exemption
t'nder the revenue act of lig the
personal exemption allowed a mar-
ried person waa 20Q0 regardless of
the amount of net" Income. The
personul exemption allowed a mar-
ried person applies also to the head
of a family man or woman who
tupports In one household one or
mor relatives by blood married.
The exemptions for dependents
a person who receives his chief sup-
port from the taxpuyer and who Is
under 18 years of ago or Incapable
of self-support because mentally or
physically defect ivo is Increiutod
from $2im to ft 00.
Who Must File. '
Tho act require that a roturn be
filed by every ' aingle person whose
net Income for IMl was $1000 or
oiore every married person whose
net Income waa $2000 or more and
by every person aingle or married
whose gross Income was $.".000
The requirements to Me a return
of gross Income of $Tniio or more
regardless of net Income Is a pew
provision. . Net Income Is gross In
come less certain specified deduc-
tions for buslni ss expenses losses
bud diibts etc. which are fully ex-
plained on the forms.
Tax Due Now.
Returns must he riled by mar
ried couples whose combined net
Income for 1921 Including that of
dependent minor children equaled
or exceeded $2.0fl or If the com-
bined gross Income equaled or ex-
The period for filing returna la
from Jan. I to March 1.1 lli22.
Heavy penalties are provided for
failure or "wilful refusal" to file a
return on time.
Forma 10toA for lncon:o of $5ooo
and less and . 1040 (or Incomes In
excess 'qf $.'.000 may bo obtained
from the offices of collector of In-
ternal revenue and 'brunch offices
The tax may he paid lit full at tHe
tin e of fllina the return or In four
equal Installments due en or before
Monti l.'i June la Wept. 1.1 and
From the Wert India.
A. J. Rllvera of Buff Day Jamaica
n. W. I. I of the opinion that he
would not ho doing right by hi
family tf he did not keep a bottle
of Chambcrlnln'a Cough Kemndy In
the house. "I never feel alurmed
when I hear my little boy cough
since I discovered thu wonderful
nieiiicina ior cougns cuius ami
croup In children." adv.
Millions Saved To
(By I'nit-J rW)
Washington; Feb. 3. Tens of
thousands of thieving pralrlo dogs
CUT THIS OUT-IT IS WORTH
DON'T HISS THIS. Cut out this
alio endow with 5c ana mail It to
Foley & Co. 2835 Sheffield Ave. Chi-
cago IlLTwitinv your name mid ad-
dress dearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing
Foley'a Honey and Tar Compound
for coughs colda and croup; Foley
KiJney Pills (or pain in side and
back; rheumatit.ni backache kidney
and bladder ailments; and Foley Ca-
thartic i'ablett a wholesome pnd
thoroughly cleansing cathartic for
constipation biliousness headache
and sluggish bowel.
and ground squirrels of the west paid
extreme penalty last year the d-'
partment of agriculture staled today.
They went poisoned for stealing
crop and range grasses.
A i retch of millions of acre of
Iliad In aixteen alate has . been
turned Into a veritable death trap
for the animals. .More than Mu.ooo
farmer under the direction of the
department of agriculture are keep-
ing this territory awded with death
in tha form of poisoned grain.
The saving In crop and grasse
during the pust year totals $Umti.
OOli the deimrtiiiKiit Muled. More
tliuii $u4.uoi)iHi0 worth of foods nnd
grasse ha been saved alnce the be-
ginning of (he campaign In PI the
The tight I now being tarried on
In the following ltr; Kaunas Mon
tana New Mexico California Arl-
limn Colorado Oregon Idaho Okla-
homa I'luli. Washington South Da-
kota Nebraska. North Dakota
Nevada and Wyoming.
1h tula upon tho med-
fro.'lincHrt nnl iiii ily in
Hicilii-iticd iiinl tlnitt o t
y " V. V." braiidri.
You tnko 110 cliuiiccs.
Ask jour dculer.
Van Vlwt.MintficlJ Drug
Th Houth tLarv! WUvlttult
MouphM. f ma.
. 1 11 1
Why the sun of course" you
win say. uut rcmer.iorr you can
hold the cent so close to your eye
that you lose eight of the sun.
Some baking powders can be
bought for a few pennies less than
Calumet but don't hold these
cents too close to your eyes you
will not be able to see the quality
the purity the depcndabilityof
In other words don't be de-
ceived by a few pennies the
cheapest Daking powder in price
is often the most expensive.
When you buy Calumet you
know that it will produce pure
sweet and wholesome bakings.
You know that you use less be-
cause it contains more than the
ordinary leavening strength.
Buy it-try it be convinced.
A poorul ran of Cwlumet crmlsin foil 18
ounce. jomebsk'iig powdrmrnmr in 12
ounce t?.trfai 16 ouncecsn. He sure
p'U fH a pound when you wnt it.
q ... I. tli ni mii.iw
. a in 1 1 ii .in i.aa..ki f T'f 11 - " '
Everything you buy at The Dixie must give
you absolute satisfaction. We handle only
the best quality of merchandise and if it does
not prove satisfactory we make it right.
r CHICKASHA. OKLA.
First Showing of N
At Cut-Rate Prices
Kinds Honey and Almond Cream . 39c
Pepsodent Tooth Paste 39c
Pebeco Tooth Paste 39c
Palm Olive Soap per bar . ' 08c
Mavis Talcum per can ...22c
Mulsified Cocoanut Oil Shampoo .48c
Woodbury's Soap per bar 21c
Three Flowers Face Powder .75c
Le Trctle Incarnat Floramyc Azurea Face Powder
at . ...$1.00
De Lurners Cold Cream 48c
bjer-Riss Face Powder ' 59c
Kranks Lather Kreeme- ...... .i .... 48c
Vve Sell For Less
We sell good merchandise for loss than any
store in Western Oklahoma. Iiuying in large
quantities selling for cash and paying cash
for what we buy enables us to undersell all
of our competitors.
ew Spring Styles
Stylish and Attractive
A beautiful showing of new Spring Dresses made of
fine quality Silk Taffetas and Canton Crepe made up
in the very latest style designs for spring.
Skirts show panels that reach below the hem-
waists are slightly draped and a bit fitted sleeves are
wide and flowing effecting a soft interpretation of the
new spring mode. The new colors are very becoming
as well as attractive.
New blue brown canna tangerine orchid fuschia rust
and caramel. Extraordinary values at
$16.50 $19.75 $22.50 up to $39.75
Get fitted now in a new pair of Spring Oxfords. New
Patent and Satin Cut Out Sandals covered low heels
with new buckle straps priced
- $8J5 ' ' "V:'
New Patent Cut-Out Sandals low heels whh straps
to button priced '
A complete stock of Walking Oxfords in black kid
brown kid and tan calf Edwin Clapp and John Kelly
makes all priced here for less
Never before have we shown
such a wonderful complete stock
of Dress Materials. .
New Silks including all the best
materials for spring in the most
desirable colors and shades.
White goods in every kind of
material including Dimities Or-
gandies Nainsooks and Voiles.
Also Tissue Ginghams Imperial
Chambrays Percales and almost
anything you may want in Dress
Materials. You can find any-
thing you want at THE DIXIE
for less money.
New Millinery Arrivals
Everyday brijig us something new in Spring Millinery.;
Our Miss Jackson who has charge of our millinery
department is expected back from New York today
where she has been for the past month searching and
buying the very newest modes in millinery for the
Spring season. If you want a good looking hat that is
up-to-date in every detail you will find it at The Dixie.
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Pool, J. Edwin. Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 247, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1922, newspaper, February 3, 1922; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc732153/m1/3/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.