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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1920.
PAGE $IX D r A I TU D 1 1 I M 1 TWO CIllCKA SUA LA I)S HOLD JOHS nCftL IIIIULL Ui V ON ALL-VICTORIOUS KEMPER TEAM jliy M Vt 20,000 FOOT DROP; DIVORCE FROM WAR WEDDINGS cert Lieut. A. C. Hamilton Breaks All Records for Parachute Leap j From Airplane. Two local JuiIk, Jolimilo Woottim and Mur.sdon Austin, urn niini)ur ot j the' Kemper Military Hchoid football aKpregation which now claims) the j "prep" chainpioiiHhip of tha went. ! cIukh thin year. Hut they wro "!1 IIih siinio to Keinnor. The fighting cadets who nindi' up the scjnud would not be, downed. Much of the siiccwhs of the team m to be attributed to TAKES LIFE IN HIS HANDS i Through Miles of C'oud Floors to th Earth Hanging to a Parachute j None the Worse for His Har- J rowing Experience. f. New York. All 1-econln " for lnrn ehuto drops went to kiiiiihIi lit Curl flrorn Hold when Livid. A. O. lliunil tim fell 'JO.OIM) feet through space In the gulck tlnif of V2 minutes, butter ing hy at least a thousand feet tha record for altitude made hy I. lent. Wil son In Texas. It niltfht he noled, says Air Service news letter, that Lieut. Hamilton jumped; his metl.o : f leav liiK the plane was not n "iU-hk off." ' llainllton, who hn hail (pille a IIHlo experience with iiarucbules, had r inarked upon hearing of tin; previously established record that he IIihiikIiI ho could betler It and lust Friday tin1 al ienist was made. lie went aloi't In a l,a i'ere piloted I'.V Lieut. 1'. Jl. liiiwnes. iiwnes inched on until an Altitude just short of 1 , H feet had heeu reached when a miss in the motor made it impossible, to continue higher, i At f.nir miles above the earth the air v,.o l,llli,.r ei.lil I CirclluK about for a glimpse of earth through' rifts in the cloud floors, ihe aviators described what they de ducted to be Dorr field, nine miles tuxt of C'arlstroin field. .linlf-'inK the speed of the wind and Its effect on the chute durintf the drop, Lieut. Jam-lies moved west some two miles mid signaled for Lieut. Hamilton to Jump. The Parachute. l'.Jijht here mention might be made of h circmnstHiice which puts an added thrill Into parachuting, at high alti tudes and lends interest to Ihe estnb- lishment of a new record. The pani chule used by uvlatoi-s Is folded snug-1 ly inside a pack curried on the back, j The operator steps off, allows himself j n cnunle of seconds to fall clear of I hjs machine, then pulls a wire depend ing over his shoulder. This wire opens the spring doors of the puck and re buses a small idiot chute some couple of feet In diameter. Tills pilot splines open automatically and catching (lie! rush of air, draws the main chute from i the pack. In Ihe top of the main: chute is an automatic vent which, j open in;? to a width of live feet when the big parasol first unfolds, gives thill air compressed within a chance to es-j cape and lessens the. danger of blow-j lug the cliuto apart. When tli fall lias lieen cneciicii runner spring or shock-absorbers in the vent close it In mil 11 but n small hole remains. At Ihe atmosphere pressure wherein most jiaracliulo drops from ordinary alti tudes are made the speed attained by ihe operator In his couple of seconds fail is mllicient to create enough pres. sure under the pilot chute to cause it when released to yank the big one ut once from Its pack. Usually the op erator is descending at. normal spt-cd after falling less than 'JX feet. Through Space. 1'pon receiving bis pilot's signal, 1 Hamilton climbed to the edge of the cockpit, waved his hand and dropped j Into space. After the usual Interval j he pulled his release cord hut Instead of having his drop immediately check- j ed, he fell a distance' which was esli. mated by both him and Lieut. I'owno.s j to lie 'J.IHH) feet before his parachute I snapped out and opened with a loud j report. Looking aloi't he saw that the. 1 springs which close the vent with i broken. The chute Is of a size design- i cd !o enable a man to reach tbcgrouiu! as ipilckly as is consistent with safety la landing and the shock upon touch, ing curih is always severe. Willi tin1 vent wide open the best Hamilton could hope for was a few broken bones. To add to his dismay ire found upon piercing the lowest layer of cloud? that C'arlstroin lield had been mistaken for Dorr and that instead of drifting toward the former he was due to land In the timber between there, and the! town of Arcadia, with good prospeclj of serious Injury to himself. Almost ; below him lie discerned the outline-: ! of Joshua creek and to prevent his drifting past this he devoted all bis; energies. ('limbing the rigging K j windward he managed to pull the edgf ; down and created n planing effect ; which held him pretty well Into the; wind. Hy the best of luck be dropped between the overhanging branches on either side of the creek and was saved H crash against Its bed by the cihIi- ! inning act ion of the parachute, wliicl; ' luul became entangled in the bram lie of the tree. It took him n quarter of. an hour to extricate himself from n, mass of tangled ennhnre and two hours i for it scan-lung party to discover hilt lione tile worse for a somewhat har rowing experience. i In a letter received here, Major ' its spirit of scrap and determination, A. M. Hitch, principal of the school j for (lie hoys were young and light, at Hoonvilli!, Iloo., said: j i)iid in many cases had had very lit- "The Keomper Military school . tlo previous fool hall experience. The rounded out the most successful foot- ! class of the Kemper eleven Is shown ball season in the history of the j by a remark made hy one of the school 5iy 'defeating their ancient bust qualified judges in t ho state, rival, Weiilworth Military Academy, j who, after seeing the team work In one of the "that they Berlin. Hlv Mail. I Sixty p. r of German divorces at this tin a are of couples wedded dnrir.g the va.'. Twenty per, cent of all divorc : -attributable to war Incident mainly unfaithfulness during the war. Statistics ulso show that many (Kirst Published November '.Ml, ifc'O.) 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION !:i the. District Court of (Jrady' County, Oklahifma. j In Hie Matter of the application j of 'National Oil Company of Chick-i voluntary 1 of i for , asha, a corporation ! dissolution. j Notice Is hereby given to all per- eoupleg during tho war and sine?) j song concerned that the directors of Lexington, Mo., in I ho annual game played on Thanksgiving day. The team lias played an unusually hard schedule this year, hut has gone through it without a single de feat. In spite of tho fact thai. Kem per Is only a prep school, they have met several teams of full college latter-season games, said: were the equals of any college team In Missouri or Kansas." Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Aust'n, holds a halfback berth on the Kemper eleven, while Wootten, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Woollen, is quarterback of the feat;!. then are marrying far younger than before the war. Many girls of six teen are now wives or widows. Fifty five women and -12 men are notod over 100 years old, 3, Hot) men 7, .'10D women over DO years old. Chuckles in Court. In a Rhymney valley police court It turned out that n defendant shot n pigeon, the property of a Mr. Fowler, and evidence was given by My. Bird. of the National Oil company of Ohiek usha, a corporation organized under and by virtue of the laws' of tho state of Oklahoma, with its nrinciwd and J place of business in the city of 1 Chickusha, Crady County, Oklahoma, did on the 2ith day of November, lf20, present to the' District Court of Grady County, State of Oklahoma, its duly varil'ied written application of the directors of tho said company White Salmon Found. Ottawa, Canada. Two specimens ot albino spring salmon, weighing ',' pounds have been received from the i Jicpnrtment of Marine Hatcheries M Ciiwiihnn lake. Van -Oliver. About ISC. albino tisli. n!mot pure white in color, have been produced from colored egg ' collected in October. 3!Md. Kxperinients lire being carried eut to ascertain' whether these fish will reproduce with- j out t'jiujf to sea, . , j At 1 1 N if i-' Jiiffrtltiderukw AND AT 25 PER CENT REDUCTIONS Ciris Hint npppiil to every mi m ji ii, licittil il'ul diiinly mid 'i-rn I' ll it'll 1 h always preeled ns Ihe very iicecplulilo iioliday gift. SILK VESTS BLOOMERS CHEMISE NIGHT GOWNS CAMISOLES j : : Habitual Constipation Curea in 14 to 21 Days "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative fo: Habitual Constipation. It relieves promptly but I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days ! to induce regular action. It Stimulates and 1 Regulates.. Vciy Pleasant to Take. (iUc j per bottle. Quickly Eased ESy Penetrating Hamlin's Wizard Oil A safe and effective preparation to relieve the pains of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lame Hack and Lumbago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It pene trates quickly, drives out the sore ness, and limbers up the stiff ach ing joints and muscles. Wizard Oil is a pood dependable preparation to have in the medi cine chest for first aid when the doctor may he far away. You will find almost daily uses for it in cases of sudden i mishaps or accidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts, burn:;, bites and stings. Just as reliable, too, fop . earache, toothache and' croup. Always keep it i:i the house ll'lierovm yiy,t l,utll ttr.c. If yell al-o lioilMed with cmiMl ii;i I ion in- .-li k lu aijii -he try II. in, Mi, k WiZiOil J.IVIT WIllJlH. .l!C-.t plll.VUli. Jilllu J.lnk Jilllit lit III UK!- Ml lur iiou. Ot ove'i Tasieicsj cttfll T onic utorcs vitality and energy by purifying ami on tiaiaitthe bliKxl, You am swa fuel hi Strenittt. lima. IrivigoratLnd Kffoc. Price GiJc. 1. IT 1 - V j. 4 n praying for tho District Court Grady county, Oklahoma, for an ci iier and docree of dissolution of said corporation. That said court after full consid eration of said application made, and entered its order directing the Court Clerk of Grady County, Oklahoma- to file said application anil cause notice of tho filing uud hear ing of said application to ho printed in the Daily' Kxpross, a newspaper printed, published and of general circulation in Grady County, Okla homa .notifying all persons having claims against said corporation or In any manner interested therein to appear' and file In said Court any md all objections they, or either of them may have to the dissolution of said corporation on or before lib' :UU day of December l'X'O; that this noiico is given in pursuanco of said order and of which all creditors, stockholders or other persons who will he affected by said order, judge ment or decree of the Court grain ing said dissolution of said company arc required to take notice and gov ('in themselves accordingly. Dated this the 2t;th day of Novem ber 1920. EDNA T. WAT KINS. (SKAL). Court Clerk Grady County, Okla homa C3: Hy fl.frtrK HOI.CO.Mll, Deputy. U-2II-:: it. When ite Grip E Leaves You With a Cough HAMILTON Cleaners and Dyers Opposite Post Office . ' Phone 195. 17 I 1 jCi, 'i?jJ i!j t-iflSWSS' IMIilMWlSSi ,i fijwri4-i i"- -ft SOLD PIDEMICS OF LA GRIPPE often leave many persona with persistent, wearing .coughs that hang on for months if neglected. ' There is one reliable family cough medicine that helpa from the very first dose. It relieves the tightness and goreness, covers tbe inflamed surfaces with a aoothin, healing coating, loosens and aids in espei.'ing phlegm and iiuicub, clears the air pannages, eases hoarseness and banishes the itivouu tickling in the throat. 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Why' We Use Je finite Soft Water Reason ?Jo.3. w LESS LAUNDRY WEAR AND TEAR Right laundering takes the perspiration and dirt from clothes without damage to color or cloth. Right laundering is soft water laundering. The water we use is softened by passing through a bed of Ref initc, Nature's water softening mineral. It is softer than falling rain clear, sparkling, velvety soft. Clothes we launder are cleansed with far less washing. They are free from that hard water soap curd, which stif fens, discolors and weakens fabric. They last longer and retain their good looks. Let us show you how beneficial Rcfinite soft water is ta your shirts and linens. PEARL STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 392 With Aig Heft water w launder woolen, tltnkett.'iints. M ietu Uccr nd Iinferic and all line wee.' thar u wathable. In packages of 20 protected by special moisture - proof wrapper. Also in rour.d AIR-TIGHT tins of 50. I SWELLED with prido. THE FAT man next, to mo. WAS READING one. OF MY ciRaretta ads. AND I fidt him chuckle-. NOW NO ont? had over. PRAISED THAT ad. SO I had to as!u . IF HE liked it. AND HE said, "Sure." . AND LAUGHED annus more. THEN HE said. "LOOK HERE" and pointed. AND WHERE I'd written. "PURE TOBACCO." - THE PRINTER had set. "PURE TABASCO." AND THAT'S why tho man. THOUGHT MY ad. WAS HOT stuff. ft BUT THEN he said. "FORGET THE ads. I NEVER read 'em. BUT LEMME tell you. SOMETHING DIFFERENT. . THEY OUGHT to say. ft ABOUT THAT cigaretto. AND THAT ia this. THEY SATISFY." AND DARNED it I don't think. HE REALLY believed. ft HE WAS giving mo. SOMETHING NEW!. OU can olamo it on the printer if you don't . see "They Satisfy" in a Chesterfield adver tisement, fcut be sure of this you'll iind it 4in the cigarette, every time. Wonderful Turk ish and Domestic tobaccos, wonderfully blended it sounds easy. But 'you'll find nothing elfo like Chesterfields. That blend can't be copied. ISf S?ri''!l f ' , .J l.rS. , Jl I k V II- Jl' 111 s Mrs Ww's - . D cafJ) jl'-' lip? , 0 asses