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omcIl;it52 D:iii2 in llicsa Columns Ail II: i iron ft V 'J19 fcsnsfc. r t 1 1 'J t 1 1 q VALUE EECEIYED! PLACE THREE LINES HERE AND RUN IT THREE TIMES FOR 25c m r m r f p ; I d, I, M r i .A 4 r - i I if I FOR RENT FOIt HF,.NT Basement under the Daily Impress office, very cheap. Call at tli is office. 7-27-tfl FOR UKNT Rooms for liKht house, keeping; modern conveniences; soft water; $l.",n per week. Call Uli7 Chick asha avenue, or phone Mrs. Geo. Hur ley, r,:,u. 8-i:.-:!t FOll RENT lino acres Washita bot tom land Joining Chickasha; consider caah rent only, Address llox 'JX8, Chickasha, Okla. 8-17-'Jt WANTtO. WANTED To buy and ilt new and itcond band furnlttira and stoves, Bee Tolan Bros. 114 Kanaaa 11-23-lm WANTKD-Meti to learn barber trade; an arm) of our graduates run ning shops depending ujMin us for bar bers; many jobs waiting; can't be bad elsewhere; no limit to term; write to day. Moler Darber College, Kansa City, Mo. 8 -lli-fit LOST AND FOUND. LOST A blue serre coat. Return to Chester Went fall "or Dallj Express of rice. . :m9-;u FOUND Between railroad cross ing and old toll bridge, a purse con taining money; on Rural Route No, 5. Owner call at Dally Express office, prove properly and pay for this ad. 8-3 3t LOST Hunch' of keys, with brasfi tas; marked Curtis. Return to C. F. Witherspoon & Sons' office. 8-17-nt MISCELLANEOUS. TO TRADE-220 acre farm in Okla homa, to trade for good rooming house or hotel in Chickasha, or any other good town in Oklahoma. Ad dress W. 1'. Orange, Cement, Okla. 8-1 .'-3t WANTF.D One active woman In each town to lake orders for custom tailored corset b; guaranteed for one year; permanent business; establish ed l." years; $7' to f monthly; sam ples on approval; free advertising, write ipiic kfor selling plan. National Coresi lores. Dept. 1'if,, Chicago, III. 8-lT-.lt Land and Loans Two brick buildings; business prop erty In Chlckaslia, to trade for land. ir.0 acres, price ?l7.f.O per acre, worth $30. Several tracts of land (large and small) to trade for Income property. Have private money to loan on city property; must be good; also low rates on farm loans. FOR SALE 70 acres raw bottom land; 40 acres tillable; C miles of good town. Price $7.r,0; a bargain. WANTED To buy good, first class Beeond hum! piano, l'hone lti.'J'J. 8-17 lit WANTED (llrl for general house work on farm; excellent wages for competent one; writo Immediately with particulars ami waes desired. S. W. Meaney, Tabler, Okia. WANTED To buy a good second hand one horse wagon. Call at Uncle Sol's. Sir-::t WANTED A gents New book tell ing all about "Roosevelt and the Pro gressive Parly;" enormous demand; complete book ready; one sample free to every agent; highest commission or salary, Also "Titanic Disaster," "White Slave Trade," and ."00 others. Write immediately for free outfit. In ternational Rible House, Perry liulld ins, Philadelphia. 8-20-lOt SHOCKING SOUNDS. In the earth are pomtimeg heard be fore a terr ale earthquake, that warn of the coining peril. Nature's warn Ings are kind. That dull pain or ache In the back warns you the kidneys need attention If you would escape those dangerous maladies, dropsy, dia bic or lirlght'a disease. Take Elec tric Rltters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return. "My son received great benefit from their use for kidney and bladder trou ble," writes Peter Bondy, South Rock wood, Mich. "It Is certainly a great kidney medicine." Try It. 50 cents at Drown & Co. d&w A.M.Loomis Phone 1072. 112 S. 3rd St. (First published August 3, 1912.) . NOT ICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER FORECLOSURE. FOR SALE, FOR SALE Fine young thorough bred Jersey cow, with young calf. Call at Wit South Seventh. 8 15 31 FOR SALE -Cheap, three Llewellyn bird pups. See Clias. Pearson, lOtC Choctaw avenue. 8-Ki-.1t FOR SALE dlt TRADE -i.ood home, well located; will take wagon and team as first payment or live stock In full. Address S. L. Chatnan, at 1L'21 South Fifth street. A. H. Thompson, 117 South Third street. 8-i7-::t Real Estate For Sale 210 acres, unimproved, near Middleberg. Price $12. r,0 per acre. Time on J I. "mi. 100 acres, 47, under cultivation; small house, good crib, sheds; ail fenced; running water. Price $1GOO; morteaeo l.vrf.. 2"0 acres near Amber, 100 acres un der cultivation. Price $3000; time on $-'fio0. 7-room house, moduli; good cave, large barn, well. West Hill, Price $n;r,o. Jonas Cook Bargains in Lands and City Property tit) acres of smooth chocolate loam land, 8 miles from Marine, fenced with 4 wires, M.st 4 rods apart, 2 large tanks evetlastln g water, well and windmill; lion acres of this land is fine fnrmiii.4 land, ovwur is forced to raise some money and offers this land at a sacrifice. Only $i2.ro per acre, half rah. This Is the cheapest land of fered for sale In Oklahoma, consider ing quality of laud and location. tin acres of flue prairie land 2ui miles from Pradley; everlasting run ning water, good timber on creek; fenced with 3 wiref,. Has good turf of blue stem buffalo and grammar grans; no sand rocks or blackjack; half of this is good tillable; 2. acres will prow nlfalfa. Price only f!2 per acre; can secure loan of $S per acre. 21i) acres of smooth unimproved land. 1 mile from Middlcburg; lOti acres prairie, balance some timbre; running water. Price $12.00 per aero. 19(1 acres 1 miieR from Pocasnet; first class level chocolate loam land; 120 acres In cultivation; CO good grass land; 4 room house, barn and other Improvements. Price $ '.0 per acre. In cluding crop, which is well' worth $1, 000. This Is our best bargain on im proved land. Owner must sell t a sacrifice. 1 h- FOR TRADE. Itio acres 1 mile from Amber: 100 acres of level land in cultivation; fenced, running water; CO acres sood grass; has straight loan of Slii'iin due In 9 years; commission notes are paid. Price f r.outt; will exchange for good residence property In a good towu. 1C0 acres near Hobart; SO acres in cultivation; 4 -room house; loan of 1 1 sou; will exchange equity for unin-! cumbered property; stock of groceries or might consider some other good business. 200 acres of improved laid near Po casset; price $10 per acre; will trado for good business worth the money, or good Income property; lirick business preferred. fin acres of land near Amber, value $Jihiii; will trade for largo tract ai d pay difference or would consider trade good city property. Two food I'HeK (Miulileas hoeg jn El I'eno; one paying $!00 per mouth, other JT.'i per month; will trade either or both for good bottom land. CITY PROPERTY. Modern 7-room house In the best residence part of Chickasha; 73 ft. east from barn, fruit trees and shade trees, h )iis-3 and Improvements; cost $2.mt; house sold for $1000 3 years ai;o. Price nov', $2 100. Modern ."-room house, well located; block from pavement; nearly now. Price $1COO; small cash payment and easy terms. Notice Is hereby given that In pur suance of an order of sale issued out or the District Court of Grady County, Oklahoma, on the 31st day of July, 1912, in an action wherein the Mid land Savings and Ioan Company, a corpora ion, was plaintiff, and J. a. Deen, Ada Deen, O. W. Huff, Washita Valley Investment Company, and W. B. Saunders & Co;npany, were defend ants, said order of sale being directed to me, the undersigned sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma, command ing me to levy uon, appraise, and sell the following described property, to-wlt: Lots numbered Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) in P.lock numbered Thirty-eight (38) In he Town of Alex, Grady County, Oklahoma. To satisfy a Judgment and decree sf foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff and ayainst said defendants, obtained and made in said Court on the 8th day of June, 1912, for the sum of Five Hundred Thirty-seven and CO-IO dol lars ($:i37.fi0.) with Interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from date of said Judgment, together with costs of said action and costs accruing, and a Judgment and decree of foreclosure obtained; and made in said action and on said date In favor of said defendant, O. W. Huff and against said uefondants, J. A. Deen and Ada Deen, for the sum of One Hundred Fifteen and 1-100 dollars ($115.01) with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the date of said Judgment. I w ill, on Tuesday, the 3d day of September, 1012, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the Court House, in the City or Chickasha, In said County and State, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash tho Bald property above described, or bo much thereot us will baiisfy said Judgment, with Interest and costs. Witness my hand this 31st day of July, A. D. PJ12. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County. Ily J. A. THOMPSON, HERNDON & DV'RBIN, Deputy. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 8-3-30d Pursuant to a call by Thomas C. Harrill, chairman of the Democratic Btale committee, of the state of Okla homa issued on the I nth day of Au gust, 1912, the Democrats of the var ious precincts of Grady county are hereby called upon to meet in their respective voting places on Wednes day, the 21st day of August at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to select delegates frojfu said precincts to a Democratic county convention to bo held at Chick asha on Saturday, the 21th day of Au gust, 1912, for the purpose of select ing delegates to ttie stale Democratic convention to be held in Oklahoma City on Wednesday, the 2Sth day of August, 1912, In compliance with the call of the state committee. At your precinct meetings on Wed nesday, the 21st day of August, you will elect one delegate to the county convention for every ten votes cast In the precinct for United States senator In the primary election held on the Cth day of August, 1912, and one dele gate for every major part of ton votes cast at said election. You are further directed to elect a Democratic county committeeman from your precinct, either re-elect the one at present holding said position or elect some other person for natd position, said precinct county central committeeman r.re to meet in Chicka sha on the 21st day of August at 1 o'clock p. m. of said date, to transact such business as may properly come before the committee, to-wlt: To elect a county chairman and to perfect a permanent organization In the county for the approaching campaign. You are urgently requested to attend these meetings and send a full delega tion to the county convention at Chickasha as the business to be trans acted is of great importance, since the campaign is now on from president down to constable and we wish to elect the entire ticket In November, and tho am can only be accomplished by each and every Democrat getting into the harness and remaning there( All Democratic papers please copy this notice. Yours respectfully, J. F. BISHOP, Attest: County Chairman. H. J. MILLER, Secretary. (i'iri.i. publi.-Ui.'d Au;.;ii:;t 1 t, jM-.) SHERIFF'S SALC. St.ite (if Oklahoma, Grady County, ss.: (', M. j-eehhetwr vs. Continental ciisir Vending Co Notice is hereby given, tha;, l,y vir tue of an execution to me directed and now in my hands, issued out of the Clerk's office of Superior Court, Slate o Okuhoma, in and for the County of Grady, upon a judgment, rendered in said Court hi favoi of C. M. Fech hcimer, and against Continental Cigar Vending Co., I have levied upon the following described property of said defendant, to-wit: One J. W. Wright lathe, And that I filiail, on Monday, the 2Cth day of August, A. D. 1912, at the hour os 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court House in said County and State, proceed to sell the right, title and in terest of the above named Continental Cigar Vending Co. in and to the above described property to satisfy said Judgment and costs amounting to $251.(15 dollars, together with all ac cruing costs of sale, and interest on same from the 17th day of April, 1912, at the rate of per cent per an num, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County. By J, A. THOMPSON, Deputy. Dated at Chickasha, this 13th day or August, 1912. 8-14-Kld 20 acres of smooth land 3 miUs ot this city; n section line; all in culti vation. Price $1000. Will take '.".00 worth of city property , balance la cash. IS acres of nice smooth land, I'i miles west of city; no nicer place for a' suburban home. Price for quick sale, $1250, 7 acres of nice smooth valley land 3 miles west of city; 4 acres in alfalfa; fancing on section line 80 acres of land, all In cultivation; 3Va miles west of city. Price $GtiO0; will take some city property. 80 acres land, well Improved, near Norge, to trade for good city property. At Tumors Now is the time to buy Sugar. Tuesday, An?. 20, we wili give 23 1L.3. of Pure Cana Sugar for O -1 C V it t f n , HE WON'T LIMP NOW.. Nomore limpirig for Totti Moore of Cocuran, Ga. "I had a bad sore on my instep that nothing seemed to help till T used Bucklin's Arnica Salve; he writes, "but this wonderful healer soon cured me." Heala old, running fK.res, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents, at Brown & Co. d&w (First published August 14, 1912.) SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Oklahoma, Grady County, ss : A L. McCoy vs. Continental Cigar Vending Co. Notice la hereby given, that by vir tue of an execution to me directed and now in my hands, Issued out of the Clerk's office of District Court, State of Oklahoma, In and for the County of Grady, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in favor of A. L. McCoy, and against Continental Cigar Vend ing Co., I have levied upon the fol lowing described property of said de frndant, to-wit: Ono screw machine, One emery p'and, One polisher nead, One tblower. Ten feet soft buffs, nine felt wheels, And that I shall, on Monday, the 20th day of August, A. D. 1912, at tne Dour of 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court House In said County and Slate proceed to soil the right, title and in terest of the above named Continental Cigar Vending Co. in and to the above described property to satisfy said Judgment and costs amounting to $"16.25, together with all accruing cost's "of 'sale, and Interest on 'the same from the 17th day of April 191 at the rate of per cent per an num, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County. By J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. Dated at Chlcknsha this 13th day of August, 1912. 8-14-lOd I write fire and tornado Insurance. 117 SOUTH THIRD ST. Phone B5. Chickasha, Okla. Stone's Met 124 South Third Past Due'Accountsare Due. Prompt pay ment solicited, please. Need the money or would not ask for it. Phone 232 and will come for it. To the People of Chickasha, Okla.: with a cash order of f 5 worth of other gro ceries. Take advantage of this opportunity and get some cheap augar. eye ignor Phone 8C-84. 120 S.Third Street. LAUBACH Buy and Bell all kinda of New and Second Hand Kitchehnoll a.nd Furniture Stovei Repaired. Telephone 411 403 Chickasha Ave. The Chickasha Iron Works We have added new and UD-to- We are the only boot and shoe malt- oate macninery to our plant ana era in your city and county, we w uu mi) make boots and shoes, and, In fact, all kinds of foot wear, made at home. We spend our money with you. Do We make a specialty of Sash,, you not think we eight to get a part Weights. Structural Iron Work of your trade? When you spend a and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop dime with us, you have a chance to get in connection. See the Nix Corn it back; but when you buy hand-me- -Stalk Cutter which we manuf act- I downs the eastern men get It and it Ure. Is goodby to what you spend. Help your local man. Be in the band wagon and help home enterprise. We need your patronage, and we are going to get It It we know how. Give us a trial. We do the only repairing done by shoe makers In Grady county UtMm or Fcandrv Work CONRAD BROS, Professional Cards BeAndrca's S St, any 109 6outh Third Street. f a Houses to Rent 10 room modern nt Sixth and Dakota avenue J20.00 ? room at Ha Iowa avenue 12-uO 7 room modern on Washington near Fifth 12.50 5 room modern, 523 Washing ton avenue 12..50 f room at 1 004 Dakota avenue-.. 7.50 3 room at 1008 Dakcta avenue COO 3 room at lOO.". Colorado avenue. 5.00 MAJOI PHONE 2E0. IVLpJL ilJLJli lib BASEMENT FIBST MEM Ull $1000 private money to loan on first mortgage security. llsnH.Rrrhi fin r DUUAN BUILDING. Just Across the Street from Postofflce. CHICKASHA, OKLA. (First published July23, 1912.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Whereas, on the 2:nd day of July, 1912, an Order of Sale waa duly Issued out of tha District Court, of Grady County, State of Oklahoma, In a cer tain action therein pending wherein J. 11. I'tterback was plaintiff and H E. Murphy and Mary G. Murphy were defendants, being cause No. 2SS3, commanding me, the undersigned Sheriff of Grady County, to advertise and sell, according to law, the follow ing described property, situate In Grady Coun-ty, State ot Oklahoma, to wit: All ot LotB One (1) and Two (2), and the East half of the N. W. quar ter of Section Thirty-one (31), in Township Five (T.), North, of Range Eight (S) West, of the I. M., to satisfy a certain Judgment rendered in said action on the lCih day of January, 1912, In favor of the p'aintiff, and against the defendants above named, for the sum ot $2311.62 with Interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum from the said ltlth day of January, 1912, and judgment for the further sum rendered on said date in favor of plaintiff and agair.st &a!d de fendants for the sum of $."00.00 with Interest thereon at the rate ot six per cent per annum from said lwh day ot January, 1912, and costs of said action in the sum of $23.t5. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of August, 1912, at the front door of tho Court House, In the City of Chickasha, Grady County, State, of Oklahoma, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. on said day, I will offer said above mentioned and described land for sale and sell same to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, subject, however, to a certain mortgage for $2000.00 to II. T. Dayton, dated November 15th, 1908; as in said Judgment and order ot sale directed. Witness my hand this 22ud day ot July, 1912. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County, Okla. By J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. SIMPSON & HOLDING, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 7-23-30t (First published August 13, 1912.) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION. Notice is hereby given, that In pur suance of a writ of execution issued out of the Clerk's office of tho District Court in and for Grady County, State of Oklahoma, on the fifth day of Au gust, 1912, in an action wherein W. 0. Matthews was plaint:" and 11. Fietc.n was defendant, commanding me to levy upon the property belonging to said defendant, R. Fletcher, sufficient to satisfy a Judgment rendered in said action in favor of said W. C. Mat thews against said R. Fletcher for the sum of $20.1.14 with $S,15 costs, with interest thereon from the date of judg ment the 12th day of June, 1912, 1 have iPvled upon certain lauds and tene ments belonging to said II. Fletcher, not exempt from sale under execution, for want of goods and chattels ot said K. Fletcher, to-wit, lot six in block seventy-eight of the City of Chickasha, In said county and state, as shown bv the government map of said city, and have duly caused said lands and tene ments to lw appraised according to law, at three hundred fifty dollars ($330.00.) Now, therefore, notice is hereby ;Tsn, that in pursuance of I lie com mands of saiit writ, 1 will otter for sale and sell for cash to the highest bidder said lands and tenements, or so much thereof as will satisfy the said Judgment and costs, on the 2 1st day of September, 1912, at 10 a. in. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Chickasha, in anld County and State. Witness my hand this lith day of August, 1912. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County. Ily J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. 8-1 5-3 id Formerly the New State Shoe Factory ORDINANCE NO. 507. An Gdlnance Repealing Ordinance No. 490, Regulating Moving Pictures, Vaudeville or Theatrical Perform ances on the Sabbath Day; Prescrib ing a License Tax Therefor and Do-1 daring an Emergency. Re It Ordained by the Mayor and Coundlmen of tho City of Chicka sha, State of Oklahoma: Section 1. That ordinance No. 490 be and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 2. That It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, to spell. bark or cry aloud for the purpose of advertising any place of amusement In the corporate limits of the city of Chickasha. Sec. 3. That it shall be unlawful for any person, persons, firm or cor poration to give any exhibition of mov ing pictures, vaudeville or theatrical performance without first having ob tained a license therefor. Sec. 4. That the license for per- Oscar Simpson. B. F. holding SIL5FS0U & KSLDl'IG LAWYERS. Office over Farmer State Hank. Koomi 1214. Phone 498. Chickasha -:- Oklahoma R. D. Welborne Attorney at Law Chickasha, Okla. Stenographer and Notary Public In Office. ' Office In rear of tha Citizens National Bank. Seford Scud Alger Melton Aui'&ii Mclioa t BOND & MELTON- LAWYERS Snite r, 2, 3, First National Eank Easing. C. M. Fechheimer Attorney-at-Law Rooms 1, 2, 3, Jchnsoa Building. TELEPHONE 300. formanees of shows herein specified q q Herndon uc unu same is li.xeu ai ine sum 01 $."i0 per annum. . Sec. fi. Any person, persons, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall, up on conviction therefor, bo fined not less than five nor more than one hun dred dollars. Sec. G. That it is necessary for the health, peace and happiness of the in habitants of snid city that this ordin ance be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication, and accordingly an emer gency is hereby declared to exist, by reason whereof this ordinance shall be in full force from and after its pas sage, approval and publication. Passed with Sec. VI considered sep arately, by a three-fourths majority of all councilmen elect on this isi day of August, 1912. Attest: W. II. IH'RGKSS, City Clerk. High Class Painting & Decorating Fhont 121 Samuel C.Durbin Hcrndon & Durbin Attorneys and Counselors at Law 310j Chlckaslia Ave. pw:-i.,,i.- o 1 , 1-1 dtf Adolnhus Clnrk Attorney-at-Law Short-Owsley Building. PHONE GOG. Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer, living near Fleming, Pa., says ho has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy in his family for four teen years, aud that he has found It to be an excellent remedy, and takes pleasure In recommending it. For sale by all dealers. d&w Res. rhone820 Oifice Phone 803 Dr. S. Homer Bond DENTIST Over First National Bank Chickasha. Oklahotij Dr. D. E. Turner Chiropractic Oirice 204V Chickasha Ave. Female nd Chronic Dses a Specially.