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'Orttrsi rif ! I in 11 f I rt in i rtnt flif r rtn H 11 flirt TirVl ft" '9 A MHk m Jt qflLUE RECEIYED! FOR RENT FOR It 10 NT Basement under the Daily Kxpresa office, very cheap. Call at this office, 7-27-tf FOlt KENT Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping or for bed rooms. Call at 1027 Kansas ave nue or phone tiilfi. 8 3'w;i Foil HUNT Niro, largo, roonw, well ventilated; furnished or unfur nished; reasonable rates. Call at 120 South Sixth. 9-7-:il FOlt I MONT Two room cottage, furnished for housekeeping; tiiiiflcm; close in. Phono "0. 99-:.;t FOR UKNT .1-rooin house, corner I'iFth and Minnesota avenue. Impilre 417 Month Fifth street, tr phone fail, Mr',. Mi Crowley, 9-U-31 WANT! O, WANTED To buy and tell new and aacond hand fnrnltura nd it-vrei. 8es Tolaa ISroa. 314 Kaotaa 11-23-1 m WA.VI Elf-A colored plrl for -, cral I, oil rk. Apply to lr. V. L. f'et. rr!, KiMli and Colorado. 9-1-21 WANTKH-To trade, vacant lots; a! o large 'torse for t",im and harrier. Addrt ks Wni. A o cr, P. O. Box $73. 'J Vi t WANTED-Oirl to woik lit hotel at Vcrden. Address or phone Mr. Rose Sinitli, Verdeti, Okla. 9-7 -It WANTKD-3 or 4 rooms for light liouceliM-SdnR; state price and locality. Address 1'. ). Box 4C2. '. H VANTKl-Onc active woman In each town to take ord;ni for custom tailored -nrMs: euaruiitH ;ur m;v yiar; permanent biiHiin-bs; wtaWhii rt f if icon years; - 7.'i.tj to tii) W riuiiu s.unpies ou appro.!i; .rvi advertising; writ.) quick l-?r seiiiag plan. National Corsetjere!?, J)ept. I't'l, (.:,:..!-.., !!l. tt-7",t WANTfH Youti man watitit rv;mi i.i priv:!i! family, wl'h modern convon i im . rhiBO in. AdJn-gs I'. O. Box ':n', 9-1 ' fit WANTEO-To I. I. & C. i'id.-W: W( are prepared to care for two or it hi Ktudeiiis. 11 South Seventeenth fi'wt. ttio-r.ti U S i i.i- To ! lit, lour or five room modern hoitse. Address I). .1 O , cm h F-(!'!. 3-i J-tf 'I 1 I or u t i i (- r an s. 1 a 1 t' t! 1 1 aif ' I! tf (I! STRAYED OR STOLEN riKUl.ti Sow Rhoat, we-i-liS about ..; H!te and sandy itl-'l; fin' iuforiii.it Wnt or return to Albert lliewari, iei'J Ohio aveiiiie. lieawm abb reward. Phone iv27. !' ' I "t ?or Sale Tao bundled acr.'M, 1 Vi tniies from Middlebun;; Hid acres prairie, biilanec timber; plenty of rmiiilns; water, friee 112 per aero; had loan of filta. :!Sd acres, 4 miles from good town In Grady county; 121 acrea hi cultiva tion, ou acres In audi -bottom, nood tiin-ln-t , on creek, fine grass; ?10 acres can bo cultivated. Price fll per acre; can Recuru loan of $10 per aero on land. UIO acres S miles from Marhnv; nood level farniim; land; int per cent suit able for cuitivation; well fenced; house, well and windmill; 420 acres In ono tract; 220 across road In the other tract. Price $12.10 per acre. Hill acres smooth, level hind, 1C miles from PoeasHet; 4-rootu houso; if 4 e a i jp 4 f " V.j j j - .4 , PLACE THREE LINES HERE AND RUN IT THREE TIMES FOR. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Cheap, C pedigreed Scotch Collie pups. Sop Caltcrall, 1728 South Seventh, or phone 740. 8-20 1 2 1 FOR SALE OR RENT Fox ty.ie writer. E. B, Barton, across street from postoffice. lhon? 1 U25. 9-5 -.It FOR HA LI': New No. 5 Oliver type writer at a hi'? bargain. W. C. Mat thews, 218, Chickasha avenue. 9-5-."Jt FOR S A L1.C--Dining table and fiv-3 chairs, brass bed, mattress, wirings; alio kitchen cabinet, refrigerator and heating stove. Will sell very reason able l'hone 317 or call at 12S So.it h Thirteenth street. 3-7-Xt FOU SALE OR TUADIv-Good liome, well located; will take wation and team us first payment or , live stock in full. Address S. L. Cholman, a- 1221 South Fifth street. A. B. Thompson. l!7 South Third street, 9-1 (Ml LOST AND FOUND. LOSTA dark wo(d dress coat, be tween I'niverKity park and Minnesota avenue, on Eighth street. Finder re turn to R. II. Connoley, S0 Ki;;hf I (First publiHhed Sept. Z, 1012.) OHDtA FOR HEARING PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. State of Oklahoma, Grady County. In the County Court. In the Matter of the Guardianship of Roy FiMier, a .Minor. Geo. W. Flah er, Guardian. Now, on tain, (he ulii day of Au gust, 1 a i 2, Geo. W. Fisher, as guar dian of the estate of the above iiameu minor, filed In this Court fila petit Um asking for a saie of certain real estate beiuiis.it) to Roy Fitiher, a minor, and in paid i-etition described, and bavin); in said petition a;-ked for a hearing thereon; and the court, after having cxaniined paid petition, Is of the opin- ion that the same H sufficient in law, and that a hearing should bo had thereon. Now, therefore, it is bercdiy consid ere,i, ordered, adjudged and dwreed that paid iwiition be and the same la hereby ret for hearing on Monday, (ho fp'th day of September, 1912, at the office of the Judxe of the County Court in the County Court House in the City of Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma, at which Mm the next of kin and all persons interested in said t;itn are required to appear and nhow aii'i, i( any, they have, why such petition fhoni! not be granted and an orfJ-r thereon made. It U further ordered, adjudged and decreed that nolko of such heaniiS ue ptveri by publiKhiitK a copy of this or der la th.( C'..li:iaha Daily Impress for it h'ust twenty-one davs prior to said date, and by posting c-oples of faid order In three public places in Grady County, Oklahoma, and by mailing a copy of same to the next of kin and persons Interested in the estate of said minor, as shown by the petition here in filed. (Sen!) X. M. WILLIAMS, t-.l 2ld Judge of the. County Court. or Trade 140 ael'fii 111 cultivalioil. Price iI0 lie! acre, includini; Kood crop now in; place has Ic.'iii of f2Mi ni ('. per cent. la acres choice all alia bottom land. S'-j miles from College. Price $81 per acre; fourth cash, balance easy terms. -1 room house, 10 it. east front lot, close in on South Sixth street. Price $ I hi hi. Modern l-room house, well located on Minnesota avenue, near West school. Price $n;nO; small cash pay ment, balanc" easy terms. 120 acres in cultivation, modern 7 room house, first, class Improvements of every kind; ,1 miles front Chiclsa ha; has loan op $1800 at, 1 per wail; will tn'i-.le fi,r unincumbered city prop erty. Price $7100. rw:.T rr.?T f it' h t .v)L. IP! I l.i jl i.ili'j L L - ,. V 25c ind and Loan Two brick buildings; bunfness prop erty in Chickasha, to trade for land. 150 acres, price ?17.S0 per acre, worth $.10. Several tracts of land (large and small) to trade for income property. Have private money to loan on city properly; must bo good; also low ratea on farm loans. I"OR SALE 70 acres raw bottom land; 40 acres tillable; (i miles of good town, l'rice $750; a bargain. Two automobiles to trade for land or Chickasha property. Weil improved lfjo, close good town in Orady county to trade for small tract near Chickasha. A.M. Phone 1072. .oonus 112 S. 3rd St. 118 lrn (First published Sept. 7, 1912.) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER FORECLOSURE. Notice is hereby fiiven that, in p-.ir-piiancc of an order of sale isBtied cut of the DiBtrict Court of Grady County, Oklahoma, on tho Sntli day of AuK'ttit, EM2, in an action therein pending in which the .Midland Savings and Loan Company, a corporation, was plaintiff, and J. W. Winstone, W, S. Staley, E. S. Dougan, D. M. Morgan, et al, were defendants, said order of sale beir.g directed to me, the undersigned sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma, command, ing me to levy upon, appraise and the following described property, to- wit; . Ids numbered Fifteen (11) and Sixteen (Hi),, in Block numbered One I (I), in the Ireton Addition to tho City of Chickasha, in Grady County, SU'c of Oklahoma, To satisfy a Judgment and decree of for&Ji sure in favor of said plaintiff and against said defendants, obtained and made in said court on the ltith day of April, 1912, for the sum of JSiX Hundred Forty-two and 07-100 Dollars "( ? 12.137 and costs amounting to with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the da of said Judgment, and costs accrainr;. I will, on Tuesday, tbc btil day of October, 1912, at the hour o two o'clock p. m., at the front door of '-he Court lioitae, in the City of Chickasha, in said county and State, oiler 'or sale and sell to tho hiK'neKt bidder for eah the said property above dciib d, or ho muck .thereof as iii Batia.'y said judgment, with interest and costs. Witness my hand this t'.nth day of August, 1912. JOHN C. LEWU. yiieriif of Grady County, Oklahoma. By J. A. THOMPSON, HF.nvoox ft nrnni ivputy. A::omcys for Plaintiff. 9-7-:i0d (First published Sept. G. 1912.) APPLICATION FOR PARDON. Minco, Okla., Auk. 21, 1912. After thirty days from date of pub llcation of this notice I shall ask for a pardon at the hand of the governor of the slate of Oklahoma. (Signed.) O. L. (Jake) SMITH. 9G20d iiLrnLm hum City Property to trade for land. Land to trade for City Property. Rentals and Collections Hcrtsa-RoelM Go. Inc. DUGAN BUILDING, Juit Across the Street, from Postofflee. CHICKASHA, OKLA. 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. Real Estate for Sale IS acres of nice, smooth land, " Vs miles of city; no nicer place for a suburban home. Price $1250. 5 acres Washita valley land, Rood 2-room house and good well, in two teHes of this city. Price $.100. three-room houses, lot MOxlfil, on Sdith Seventh .street; loan !f10; will take live stock for equity. Price $:r.oo. 700 second morti'iuro notes to trade for canity on good home, well located. 2 room frame house, in Frisco addi tion; lot r(x 1 ;.i. Price f t..0; $10 down am balance fin per tnontn. I write flro and tornado insurance. 117 SOUTH THIRD ST. Phone 83, Chickasha, Okla. To Mothers And Others. You can use Iluclilina Arnica Salve to cure children of ezcema, rashes, tet ter, chafings, scaly and crushed hu mors, as well as their accidental in juries, cuts, bruises, burns, etc., with perfect safety. Nothing else heals go quickly. For botl-v ulcers, old, run ning or fever sores or piles it has no equal. 25 cents at Drown & Co.'s. d&w (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 the District Court in and for Grady County, State of Oklahoma, on the fifth day of Au gust, 1912, in an action wherein T. C. Matthews was plaintiff and 11. Fleten er was defendant, commanding m2 10 levy upon the property belonging to said defendant. II. Fletcher, sufficient to satisfy a Judgment rendered in said action in favor of said W. C. Mat thews against said It. Fletcher for the sum of $2(1. 94 with IS. 15 costs, with Interest thereon from the date of judg ment the 12th day of June, 1912, 1 have levied upon certain lands and tene ments -belonging to said 11. Fletcher, for want of goods and chattels of said H. Fletcher, to-wit, lot six in block scv-' enty-eight of the City of Chickasha, in said county and state, as shown by the government map of said city, and have duly caused said lands and tene ments to bo appraised according to law, at three hundred fifty dollars (?:r,o.oo.) 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, al the mm!, door ot the Court rtnnprt jn (he City cf Ch ch'tr,' a i" said County and State. Witness my hand (his 11th day of August, 1912. JOHN C. Ll-.WIS, Sheriff of Grady County. By J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. 8-11-30d Repels Attack of Death, "Five years oro two doctors told me I 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 try the tiest 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 10 -cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Brown &. Co. 'ft. dilw A.B.TI0 Cochran's Book of Chronicles 1. And I say unto thee, because it has been shown unto me that this was in thine heart to buy of me lands and make unto thyself a home among this tribe, I therefore shall offer unto you and each of you that ye may have as your first pick all of the following de sirablo real estate, to-wit; No. IOC A tract of 170 acres, al! valley lands, two good houses, with good out-buildings, good water and a fine orchard; ill acres of this is in a high state of cultivation, only one and one half miles from a good tor. The prices 1 will name when you come. No. 109. ISO acres, all valley lands, two sets of good improvements, with plenty of good water, good orchards, in fact, it's Just good all over; one mile from good town. Price too low to publish. See? No. Ill, SO acres, some timber, good land, crops never fail on this land; 03 acres in cultivation; new three roomed house; all fenced and cross-fenced; good wafer. , We offer this for $1710 now. No. 112. 200 acres near Washing ton, Oklahoma. This is a very fine farm; only fair improvements; a good farm near a good town. Priced $20 per acre. We have others, probably none bet ter, but might suit you better. Come and let's talk it. over. 2. Wisdom and knowledge I grant ye possess, riches thou shouldst have and riches abundant thou wilt have to gether with honour, long life, and hap piness, such as kings before thee hast net had and none after thee will have if thou wilt but heed my sayings and do them. 3. And thou shalt make for thyself in this land silver and gold as plen teous as stones and fruit trees wilt thou grow as like unto the forest trees and the olive are in the valleys of the fat lands in abundance. My commandments will follow soon. Read them. . COCiiOA! 221 Chickasha Avenue. Phones 20, Home Phone 4JS. 9-,1-St. (First published Sept. B, 1912.) ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE. State of Oklahoma, Grady, County. In County Court. In the Matter of the Guardianship of Charles Campbell Tuttlo, a Minor. James II. T utile, Guardian. Now, on this the 1th day of Sepc-m- her. 1912. .Limei H. Tntt filed 'n 'ii of certain real estate belonging to Charles Campbell Tuttie, a minor, and asked in said petition for a hearing thereon; and the Court after having examined said petition is of the opin ion that the same is sufficient in lavv, and a hearing thereon should be granted. Therefore, it is hereby considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed that said petition so filed be and the saaie is hereby set for hearing on the I'.'a day of October, 1912, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the County Court room in the City of Chickasha, (iiiy County, Oklahoma. It is further ordered that notice of tho hearing of such petition afoiesuid be Met.t by putiiinitiug a t:y of Uiils order in the. Chickasha Daily Kx press, for at least three weeks prior to tne 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 hear ing; and also by mailing to the next of kin as shown by the petition, eopit s of this order, (Seal) . ! -, X. M. WILLIAMS, 9-11-21 Judge. (First published Sept. 6, 1912.) ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE, Slate of Oklahoma, Grady County. In County Court. ( In the .Matter of the Guardianship of James Bond Tuttie, a Minor. James II. Tuttie, Guardian. Nor, on this the 1th day of Septem her, 1912, James H. Tuttie filed in this Court his petition asking for the sale of certain real estate belonging to James P'mhI Tuttie, a minor, and asked in said petition, for a iif-a.rint; R. , thereon; and the . Court arter having examined said petition is of the opin ion that the same is sufficient in law, and a hearing thereon should be granted. Therefore it is hereby considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed that said petition so filed be and tho same is hereby set for hearing on the 1th day of October, 1912, fit the hour or 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 Express, for at least three weeks prior to the date set for such hearing, and -by post ing copies of such order in three pub lic places in Grady County, Oklahoma, Tor at. least 21 days prior to said hear ing; and also by mailing to the next of kin as shown by the petition, copies of this order. (Seal) N. M. WILLIAMS, 9-6-21 Judge. (First published Sept. (i, 1912.) ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE. State of Oklahoma, Grady County. In County Court. In the Matter of tho Guardianship of Barbara Ann Tuttie, a Minor. James II. Tuttlo, Guardian. Now, on this 1th day of September, 1912, James H. Tuttla filed in lh:s Court his petition asking for the wle of certain real estate belonging to Barbara Ann Tuttie, a minor, and asK- ed 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 granted. Therefore, it Is hereby considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed that said petition so filed be and the same is hereby set for hearing on , the 5th day of October, 1912, at the hour of It) 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 ot tins order in the Chickasha Daily Express, for at least three weeks prior to the 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 herr ing; and also by mailing to the next of kin as shown by the petition, copies of this order, (Seal) N. M. WILLIAMS S O 21 Jude (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, riaintiu, vs Arthur C. Hale, Arthur E. Baldwin, and William F. Deitrich, Defendants No. Guo3. The State of Oklahoma to Arthur C. Hale, Greeting; You are hereby tictified that you have been sued by the above named plaintiff in the above rutued court. and that you 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 netore me mn day ot October, 1912, or said petition will he taken a; true, sid Ju2suicr.t win be rendered against you and in favor of said plain tiff, on a bond and mortgage for th sum of Three Humlivd and Ninety-two and 2100 o!irir! (,)!e.2S wtn m cent per annum from the first day of June, 1912, and for the foreclosure of a mortgage upon real estate in said petition described, lo-ftit, lots num bered twenty-seven (27) and twenty eight (28) in block numbered two (2) In the Ireton Addition to the City of Chickasha, Grady tonr.ty, Oklahoma, and for the sale of said real estate to satisfy the said judgment, with inter est, costs, and attorney's fees, and aa in said petition prayed. Witness my hand and seal of satd Court hereto affixed this 2tith day of August, A. I). 1912. (Seal) J. It. CALLAIIAM, Ck-rk of District Court. IIIulNDON & DFun IN, Attornneys for Plaintiff. 8-S7-2U If you knew of the real value of Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back soreness of the muscles, sprain.-! and rheumatic pains, yon would never fish to be without it. For sale by all deal ers. ' , u Cheap goods are dear at any price. We fall heir to enough trash without buy ing junk. How many times we are tempted to buy something because it ia cheap, then to find that we have been stung. Some of our competitors are quoting some seemingly cheap price 3, but you would not be satisfied with the goods. Quality goods are cheaper after all. Remember you can't get something for nothing. Tignor makes a specialty of goods of quality, and hia customers are satisfied. Phone 8C-8-1. 120 S.Third Street. LAUBACH Buy and sell all kinds of New and Second Hand Household and Fumitore Stovei Repaired. Telephone 411 406 ChicVasha Ave. The Chickasha - Iron W orks We have added new and up-to-date machinery to our plant and are able to do any Machine or Foaadry foil We make a specialty of Sash Weights. Structural Iron Work and Job Work. Blacksmith Shop in connection. See tne Isix Lorn Stalk Cutter which we manufact ure. CONRAD BROS. Professional Cards Oacar Simpson. B. F. Holding SIMPSQn & H0L01II8 LAWYERS. Office over Farmers State Hank. Room 12-14. Phone 498. Chickasha -:- Oklahoma R. D. Welborne Attorney at Law Chickasha, Okla. Suaojtapher sad Notary Public in Gffly. Office in rear of the Citizens National B&iik. Reford Bond Adrian Alger MeStof Melton BOND & MELTON LAWYERS Suite i, 2, 3, First National uik Building. C. M. Fechhelmer Attorney-at-Law Rooms i, 2, 3, Johnson Building. TKLKPIIONK 300. C.C.IIerndon. Samuel C.Durbln Herndon & Durbln Attorneys and Counselors at Law 31Qli Chickasha Ave. Chickasna, Gk'annma l l.af Adolphus Clark Attorney-at-Law Short-Owsley Building. PHONE 60S. Re3. Phone 829, Oifice Phone TCI Dr. S. Homer Bond DENTIST Over First National Bank Chickasha. Oklahoma r. D. E. lurner Chiropractic Office 20-i', VUcUulv A. Female an ! CI rer if P "( ? a c - - .