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lAi:2 Lta in IL::3 Columns AH tea lima" ft f f r r l . Tf j ntjfc A r -!" foi BONDED ABSTRACTERS 224 CHICKASHA AVE. W. G. METHVIN, Manager. If you want the best and quickest service try us. Daily Report Free to our regular customers. t V q VALUE RECEIVED! FOR RENT FOR KKNT Basement under the Daily L'xpress office, very cheap. Call at Ibis office. 7 27 tf FOIt ItF.NT-Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping or lor bed rooms. Call ut I0.'7 Kansas ave niic or phone t;t;ii. 8-no-tii. FOIt RF.NT Nice, largo rooms, well ventilated; furnished or unfur nished; reasonable rates. Call at 12H South Sixth. 9-7-31 WANTED. WANTED To buy and lell new nd second hand furniture and bIovh. Eea Tolaa Broa. 814 K&bbm ll-23-lm WANTI.'ll A colored girl for gen eral housework. Aiply to Dr. W. L Peters, Sixth and Colorado. i --'It WANTKD To trade, vacant lots; also large horse for team and hnrncn. Address Wm. Asper. P. 0. Ilox ST.'l. s-.'.-ot WANT flii i to work in liolel nt. Vt-rd"-n. Address or plioiie Mr. Hone Smith, Verden, Okla. O-7-.'.t. WANTKD One active woman In each to n to lake orders for custom tailored corsets; guaranteed for olio war; permanent bnm-Hs; cstahlhu ! fifteen years; $7." . to $15tM.ti) monthly; samples on approval; fre'J advertising; write quick for seill ig plan. National Corsoticres, Dept. I'lO, Chicago, HI. U-7 It FOR SALE. FOIl KALF.-Choap, C pedigreed Keotell Cotlie pnp. See CattTall, !"'-' South .Seventh, or phone 7. S 2u-l2t FOIt SALF, Oil IiF.XT Foss type writer. 1, II. Barton, aeries S"tei from postoffiee. I'hone 1025. yG.lt FOR SAI.F,- New No. 5 Oliver t : writer nt a bit? bargain. W. C. Mat thews, 2 IS, Chit-knha avenue, 9-5"t FOil SALF.-Dining table and fi j chairs, brass bed, mattress, spring; nlwi k'tchen cabinet, refrigerator and heating stove. Will B"!l very ie,m it aide. I'hone HIT or call at I'-'S Roitli Thirteenth street. ft 7 5t LOST AND FOUND. MST On Saturday afternoon, it rd! of music, consisting cf a study Imok, Chaminade album and a twenty nine page duet. Kinder return to this office or to II. II. Johnson's office; r.waid. SH-"l Ladies, do not writ" your Invtta Hons to aorl.il functhrtis. Let Thi'tlons Daily Kr press print them. Filled nnich lower t!.a:i you (a:i afford to much lower than c.th nf'ord l write them. Cams and envelopes to match. Very latent designs. Choice section of land, 8 miles from Marlow; well fenced, fine grass, abund ance of water; !W per cent mnoolh, (ill nhla land; scattering post oak, choco late loam. A snap at $12.50 ier acre. ,'!ni! acres miles fiom Chickasha; running water, good grass; no sand rocks or blackjack; 40 per cent till able land; K mib's from good rait ro.id town; Ideal stock or dairy farm. Price $12.50 per acre; etui borrow ul nul the amount asked for land. Modern 10 room house In the besi residence part of ChU kasha; beauti ful lawn, shade and fruit trees, barn and outbuildings; cost $siM)ti; will sell 'as a sacrifice or trade for stock of goods or laud. 8-room m-jdern house, inducing fur nace; well located on paved street; 1 block from car line; fine lawn, shade and fruit -trees, barn and good out 10 A A m m. Fi t sf i j- ib 2E0. PLACE THREE LINES HERE AND II UN IT THREE TIMES FOR An article that lias real merit (should In time become popular. That such Is the case willi Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has heen attested by many dealers. Hero is one of tliem: II. W. Ilendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind., writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best for coughs, colds and croup, and is my best (teller." For Bale by all dealers. l&w (First published Sept. 3, 1012.) ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. State of Oklahoma, Oridy County. In the County Court, hi the Matter of the Guardianship of lloy Fisher, a Minor. Ceo. W. Fish er, Guardian. Now, on this, the 3 1 s I. day of Au gust, 1912, Oo. W. KlHher, as fe'iiar- dian of tlie estate at the above nam'! minor, filed in this Court bis petition a.'.kin;i for a sale of certain real estate beloiiKitiK lo Uoy Fmber, a minor, and In Baid iX'tiilon described, and having in said petition asked ior a hearing thereon; and tlio court, after having examined said petition, is of the opin ion that the same is sufficient In law, and that a hearing should b bad thorium. Now, therefore, it is hereby consid ered, ordered adjudged and (b-creed that said petition bo and the same is hereby set for hearing on Monday, the 2mh day of September, 1012, at the office of the judge of the County Court in the County Court House in the City of Chitkas., Orady County, Oklahoma, rtl which time the next of kill and all persons Interested in aai 1 estate are, required to aypear and show cause, If any, they have, why such l.f'Jtion should not ba granted and an order thereon tnado. It Is further ordered, adjudged and dfcrd that notice of such hearing oe sjiven lt publishing a copy of. this or ij.'V isi.lWi'hi! karta: Jjilly ):. -r tor at least twenty-one days prior to Baid date, auJ by itiiift, copies of .said order Sn 'three Wilid places' iliMrady County. Oklahoma, and by mailing a i copy or same JdHio next of,Mm, iui persons iiiUit..Pj 1u thtenUM df-Juiid minor, as bIiowii by the petition here in filed., ... , t . . c 8.-al)'s " N. M. WILUaMH, l-3-2ll Judge of the County CoticL Nineteen Miles a Second without, a Jar, shock or disturbance, is the awful speed of our earth through space. We wonder at such cae of nature's movement, and ro do those who take Dr. Kind's New Life Pills. No griping, no distress, just thorough work that brings good health and fine ftflinai. 25c at liiowii & Co.'s. d&w Indies, do not write your tnvits- fo social functions. Let 1 lu Daily Lxpresi print them. Finest near engraving text type ueJ. Prices rmteh loivr than you can afford to write them. Cards and envelopes to match. Very latest designs. ft - 3 W, ft jj If l"" 100 acres 12 miles from Chickasha; go acres In cultivation; good house, barn and outbuildings; has no loan. Price $10. nit per acre; will trade for good residence Jv'o io $luuo cash dif ference, which can be borrowed on land, if necessary. r.o acres unimproved land 4 wiles from Amber. Price $'.10 per acre; will eehaut:e for more land and pav cash difference. buildings; everything In first class condition; one of the best residences in Chickasha, Price $7500. Modern 5 room house, 1 block from car line, on West Hill, at $1SOO; terms given. Modem fi-room house; corner lot; 1 block from car line; a snap at $1000; $350 cash, balance terms. i re us mm fihst mm m 25c Land and Loan Two hrlck buildings; business prop erty in Chickasha, to trade for land. 150 acres, price 17.!0 per acre, worth $30. Several tracts of land (large and small) to trade for Income property. Have private money to loan on city property; inust be good; also low rates on farm loans. FOfl SALK 70 acres raw bottom land; 40 acres tillable; G miles of good town, l'rico $750; a bargain. Two automobiles to trade for land or Chickasha property. Well improved MO, close good town in Grady county to trade for small tract near Chickasha. A.MJLoomis Phone 1072. 112 S. 3rd St. 1-18 Ira (First published August 2, 1912.) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER FORECLOSURE. Notice Is hereby given that In pur finance of an order of sale Issued out of the District Court of Grady Canity, Oklahoma, on the 31st day of July ,1!M2, In an action wherein the Mid land Savings and Loan Company, a coriKiralion, was plaintiff, and J. a. Dten, Ada Deen, G. W. Huff, Washita Valley Investment Company, and W. II. Saunders & Company, were defend ants, said order of sale being directed to me, the undersigned sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma, command ing me to levy upon, appraise, and tell the following described property, to-wit: Lots numbered Eleven (11) and Twelv.e (12) In Block numbered Thirty-eight (2S) in the Town; of Alex, Grady County, Oklahoma. To satisfy a judgment and decree of foreclosure in favor of ga plaintiff and against said defendant, obtained and mails In said Court ott the Slh day of June, 11)12, for the sum of Five Hundred Thirty-seven and 6J-10 dol lars 115.17.00,) with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from date of said Judgment, together with costs of said action and cos'h accruing, and a Judgment and decree I of foreclosure obtained and made In said action and on Baid date In favor of said defendant, C. W. Huff and against said t-tfendants, J. A. Deen and Ada Ieon, for the sum of One Hund'ed Fifteen and 1-100 dollars ($115.01) with Interest thereon at the ra'e of ten I'er cent per annum from the dale of tvA judgment I will, on Tuesday, the M day of September, 1912, st the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Chickasha, in said County a:;d State, offer for g'iia and sell to the highest bidder for cash the said property above described, or so much thereof as will satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs. Witness my hand this 31st day of July, A. D. 1.912. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County. By J. A. THOMPSON, HFUNDON & Dl'KHIN, Deputy. Attorneys for Plaintiff. , S3-30d ALFALFALAHDS City Property to trade for land. Land to trade for City Property, Rentals and Collections Hardu-Rocha Go, Inc. 0UGAN BUILDING. Just Across the Street from Posl office. CHICKASHA, OKLA. For Rent 4 room modern house, 024 Minne- 'ota avenue rrtce $14.00. 5 room modern house, 72G Minne Bota avenue, rrtce $tx.to. 8 room brick, close in on Iowa. Price $18.1)0. 4 room house corner of Fifth street I and Idaho avenue. Trice $10.00. lis acres of nice, smooth land, 1 Ms miles west of city; no nicer place for a suburban homo Price, for quick sale, $1250. 5 acres 2 miles of city; good 2 room house; ail in cultivation. Price $500 cash. 4-room frame plastered house; lots 50x105, and In good neighborhood. This house cost $1000 four years ago. Price $050: 1150 cash, balance long time, 0 per cent interest. I write fire and tornado Insurance. A. B. THOMPSON 117 SOUTH THIRD ST. Phone 85, Chickasha, Okla. To Mothers And Others. You can use Bucklin's Arnica Salve lo cure children of ezcema, rashes, tet ter, chafintrs. scalv and crushed hu mors, as well as their accidental in juries, cuts, bruises, burns, etc., with perfect safety. Nothing else heals so quickly. For boils, ulcers, old, run ning or fever sores or piles it has no equal. ' 25 'cent's at Brown & Co.'s. (First published August 15, 3912.) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UMOER EXECUTION. , Notice .ia hereby given, that in pur suance of a writ of execution issued out of the Clerk's office of the District Court in and for Grady County, State of Oklahoma, on the fifth day of Au- gust, 1912, hi an action wherein W. C. Matthews was plaintii' and It. Fletcn er was defendant, commanding me lo levy upon the property belonging to said defendant, It. Fletcher, sufficient to satisfy a judgment rendered in said action In favor of said V. C. Mat thews against said It. Fletcher for the sum of $2d.C4 with $S.15 casts, wii'.i interest thereon from the date of judg ment the 12fa t'.ay of June, 3312, 1 IiaVa levied upon certain lands and tene ments belonging, to said 1L Fletcher, not exempt from sale under execution,! for want of goods and chattels of said( II. Fletcher, to-wit, lot six in block sev-eniy-eight of the City of Chickasha, in said count v and state, as shown bv the government map of said city, and have duly caused said lands and tene ments to e appraised according to law, at three hundred fifty dollars ($350.00.) Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of the com mands of said writ, I will offer 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 21st day of September, 1912, at 10 a. m. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Chickasha, in said County and State. Wilut'ss my band litis 11th day of August, lit 1 2. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County. By J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. 84.30d Rep!s Attach of Death. "Five years ago two dociqrs told me 1 had only two years to live." This startling statement was made by Still man Green, Malachite, Colo. "They told me I would die with consumption. It was up to me then to tfy the nest lung medicine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was well 1 did, for today I am working and be lieve I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure that has cheated the grave of another victim." It's folly to suffer with coughs, colds or other throat and lung troubles now. Take. the cure that's safest. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Brown & Co.'s. dftw THE POVERDS CQCIIQ 1. The pioneer real estate man of Chickasha. 2. To receive the instruction of wisdom, equity, judgment and profit, listen and read. .i. Jo give of your means in t!i simplest manner for the greaVat profit, to the young and old alike knowledge and discretion, buy CHICK ASHA KKAL ESTATE NOW. 4. A wise man will hear, will read, and thereby increase learning, and a man of learning will buy (irady Co tn ty farms. 5. To understand these proverbs is to greatly increase your own fortune that others may know you have at tained unto wise counsels. 0. The fear to invest is the begin niug of loss, -but wise ones will not despise wisdom and instruction's. 7. My neighbor, friend, inves'or and a man of much learning incline thine ear unto one who has lived h -re these nttiny years, forsake not the op portunity to buy properly now. i 8. tor such as attain unto this -,vis- dom Bhall be as ornaments of graee and great fortune, and shall wear chains of great price about their necks and jewels of rare value upon th;ir hands. 9. My friends, if sinners of other and divers towns and countries under take to entice thee, heed them not; if they say come with us, be wise and heed not their saying, for they lurk privily to extract thy wealth. 10. Xt n swallow thm itn fort such is the future and the destiny of this great city. Verily, wj shall swal low them whole and alive. 11. Cast in thy lot among us. Let us all have full purses and every one a dwelling place of his own. 12. "We shall find here in tiiis good ly land all precious substance to-wit: Corn cotton, wheat, oats, fine frui:s and vegetables to feed the multitude-:,.! 13. Because If lmv all(d and ye lle nl not my call I will stretch out mine hand and bring from afar off mtiiiy people s'.rangcrs to the land, and they shall swallow up all of the good tracfs and J shall be called slothful ones, but if ye shall hear my call 11.. None shall there be who tan laugh at thy counsels or call th :e wicked or slothful, anil none shall live who shall mock at thee when thy fear cometh for no fear will come. 13. If you hearken unto my saying and accept of mo w isdom and under standing thou shall ' cwtainly eat of the fruit of thy own vino and ti :.. and dwell not In the tents of the wick ed. (SO acres of land; - joins rtusn Springs, for sale today for $22oo.) Prove these scriptures and you will be convinced. Book of Chronicles follows ne't. Head them. 1 GQCiilll 221 Chickasha Avenue. Phones 3fi. Home Phone -US. 9-5 3 t. (First published Kept. 0, 1912.) APPLICATION FOR PARDON. Minco, Okla., Aug. 25, 1912. After thirty days from date of pub lication of tiiis notice I shall ask for a pardon at the hand of the governor of the state of Oklahoma. (Signed.) O. L. (Jake) SMITH. 9-ti-30d (First published Sept. ti, 1912.) CMDER FOR HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE. State of Oklahoma, Grady County. In County Court. In the Matter of the Guardianship of Barbara Ann Tuttle, a Minor. James H. Tuttle, Guardian. Now, on this 5th day of September, 1912, James II. Tuttle filed in th:s Court his petition asking for the snlo of certain real estate belonr'ng to Barbara Ann Tuttle, a minor, od a.-K-cd In said petition for a hearing there on; and the Court after having exam ined said petition Is of the opinion that the same is sufficient in law, and a Hearing thereon should be grained. Therefore, it is hereby considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed th.it said petition so filed lie and same Is hereby set for hearing on the 5t'i day of October, 1912, at. the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the County Court room in the City of Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma. It is further ordered that notice of the hearing of such petition aforesaid be given by publishing a copy of this order in the Chickasha Daily Kx press, for at least three weeks prior to '.he date set for such hearing, and by post ing copies of such order in three pub lic places In Grady County, Oklahoma, for at least 21 days prior to said heir ing; and also by mailing to the next of kin as shown by the petition, copies of this order. (Seal) N. M. WILLIAMS, 9-0-21 Judge.- (First published August 27, 1912.) SERVICE BY PUBLICATION. In the District Court, of Grady County. Oklahoma. The Midland Savings and Loan Com pany, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Arthur C. Hale, Arthur E. Baldwin, and William F. Deltrich, Defendants. No. 3003. The State of Oklahoma to Arthur C. Hale, Greeting: You are hereby notified that you have been sued by the above named Plaintiff in the above named court, and that yon must answer the petition of said plaintiff filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Chickasha, Grady , County, Oklahoma, on or before the 10th day of October, 1912, or said petition will be taken as true, and judgment will be rendered against you and in favor of said plain tiff, on s. bond and mortgage for the sum of Three Hundred and Ninety-two and 28-100 Dollars ($392.28), witn m terest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the first day of Juue, 1912, and for the Xoreclofcure of a mortgage upon real estate in said petition described, to-wit, lots nnm- Tiered 'twenty-seWn '(27) and twenty- eight (2S) in block numbered two (2) in the Ireton Addition to the City of Chickasha, Grady county, Oklahoma, and for the sale of said real estate to satisfy the said judgment, with inter est, costs, and attorney's fees, and as in said petition prayed. Witness my hand audi seal of said Court hereto affixed this uth day of August, A. D. 1912. (Seal) J. It. C ALLAH AM, Clerk of District Court. IIEUNDON & DURRIN, Attornneys for Plaintiff. 8-27-2U (First published Sept. 7, 1912.) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER FORECLOSURE. Notice is hereby given that, in pur suance of an order of sale issued on' of lite DislricC Court of Cruiiy County, Oklahoma, on the Suth day 6t August, 1512, in ait action tiieivin pending ui which the Midland Savings and Loan Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and J. W. Winstone, W. S. Stuiey, 12. S.. Doug.au, D.,51, Morgan, ft h1,' were defendants, said order ot sale being directed to me, the undersigned sheriff of Grady County, Ok!-!hoTr; command ing me to levy upon, appraise and icll the following described property, to wit: Lots numbered Fifteen (13). and Sixteen (10), in Block numbered One (1), in the Ireton Addition to the City of Chickasha, in Grady County, St.i'.e of Oklahoma, To satisfy, a judgment and decree of foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff and attains! said defendants, obtained and made in said court on the ltith day of April, 1912, for the sum of Six Hundred Forty-two and 07-1 no Dollars (.$'112.07) and wts amounting to with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent tier annum trom tlie tr.;p of said judgment, and costs accruing. I will, on Tuesday, the St h day of October, 1912, at the hour o two o'clock p. in., at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Chickasha, in said county and Slate, offer .'or sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash the said proiierty above describ ed, cr so much thereof as will satisfy said judgment, with Interest and costs. Witness my hand this 3'Hh day of August, 1912. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma. By j. A. THOMPSON, IIEUNDON & IH-IUUN, Deputy. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 9-7 30,1 If you knew of the real value of Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back soreness of the muscles, sprains and rheumatic pains, you would never fish to bo without it. For sale by all deal era, ciiw During the fruit season we are going to fdvethe people ! of Chickasha a chance to buy some cheap sugar. On -Wednesday and Thursday j; we will give 25 pounds of f sugar for $1.00 with a pur chase of $5.00 worth of : other gooda for cash. Remember Tignor always j has something good for the people cf Chickasha. i. Phone 82-84. 120 S.Third Street! i I LAUBACH Buy and Bell all kinds of New and Second Hand lKuhtoU ?d Furniture; Stovei Repaired. Telephone 411' 406 Chickasha Ave. I The Chickasha j Iron Works We have added new and up-to-5 date machinery to our plant and are able to do any j Machine or Foundry Vfcrkj We make a specialty of Sash Weights. Structural Iron Work and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop? in connection. See the Nix Corn: Stalk Cutter which we rnnufact-j ure. S CONRAD BROS.! Professional Card Oscar Simpson. B. F. He'dinj 1 mm & HQLDIiiO '. , LAWYERS., Office over Farmer Slate Dunk. Room 12-14. Phone 498. Chickasha Oklahoma I R. D. Welborne Attorney at Law Chickasha, Okla. Stenographer and Notary Public In Office, f Office in rear at th. Citir.cn. Nstion.l bank. ' Reford Bond Adr!n Alger Meltoti Melton BOND & MELTON LAWYEUS I Suite I, 2, 3, First National Bank Banding. C. M. Atto r n e y-at - Law Rooms 1,2,3, Johnson Building. TELEPHONE, 300. C.C.Herndon. Samuel C.Durbsn Herndon & Durbin Attorneys and Counselors at Law 3101 Chickasha Ave. Chickasha, Oklahoma 1-1. lit Adolphus Or1- Attorney-at-Law Short-Owsley Building. PHONE COS. Res. Phone 823 Office Phone PD3 Dr. S. Homer Bond DENTIST Over First National Bank Chickasha. Oklahoma Dr. D. E. Turner Chiropractic Office 20l'i Chickahs Ave. '" Female and Chronic Diaeaia a tpeaahy.