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hliri Ibim In tl;es3 Columns All Ihe Timo" C H I C K A S H A DAILY EXPRES S, C H I C K A S HA, O K L A H O M A . BONDED ABSTRACTERS 224 CHICKASHA AVE. VV. G. METHV1N. Manager. We arc not in competition with our customers--We do Abstracting only. i -. if. C f q Y1LUE EECEIYED! FOR RENT FOR ltKXT--Furnished rooms for liht housekeeping. 0-7 Chickasha ave liu! or phone fjO. Mrs, Goo. Hurley. FOR HUNT Two nicely lurnfalicd rooms, close la. Call 82;! Kansas. 10-4-31 FOR KICNT Basement under the Daily Express office, very cheap. Call at this office. 7-27-tf FOR KF.NT Seven room house, cor ner Third and Colorado. Phono 4", Miss Vaughn, 10-4 lit FOR RHNTTwo room cottage, completely furnished for light house keeping; close In; strictly modern. Phone 70. . 10 4 :u FOR HliXT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; dose in . fiOli Pennsylvania avenue. 100-21 FOR PF.NT Nice room In modern home, for oi.d or two ladies or man and wife. I'honu 87 H, or call at South Seventh street. . 10-7-Gt FOR HliXTA nice, large bedroom on first floor; strictly modern, l'lioite 530. lO-i-St WANTCB. WANTED To bay and , tell ew ad tecoud hand furnlturt and etorcg. gee Tol Broa. S14 K&uaai ll-23-lm WANTEDA motorcycle. Write It- 20. caro Express. 10-4-31 WANTED-l'or V. S. Army; able bodied - unmarried nvn, betwwi ac of 18 and 35; fill.c-na of United States, of good character and temper, ate habits, who can speak, read and wrih) the English language. For in formation ari ' to reeniitinK ofiieer, Terrell I'.tillding, 2'Mi Chickasha ave nue, (!.! k i i, Okla. 9-11-tf WANTED )no aelive woman in each town to take orders for custom tailored coracU; guaranteed for one year. Permanent hiiln't.; osUililisH cd 1 j years; 7.7 to IZ0 monthly; sam ples tin approval; free advertising; write i"sek for a.'lting plan. National Corse.tiere.-., lxpt. ll-fi, Cliicago, HI. 10-7-St WANTED - EiXTgetiC Lite Insurance atfent of good character, who h.i3 been working either "old line" or "fratern al," as mi-al agei.t to hatulle mo..t cqultabli' inoiuhly preiniutii policy Is Kurd bv an old l.iie toiiipntiy ; prcn; lums will iHJ coiiecU-d tiiioetii our rcKuiur Imal bunk; salary and com- 1I1IBBIOM1; Ulist U a Ule i'i .pu! I'.liilt j" (or tnc right n..iu to tarn from to $:,niio annually, according to time devoted to the hu:ine-3; best refer fncca as io c!t.ir.ic!er au.l abliUjr re quired; eorreHjMiii'l ucc t.A.iieti ceu.i denlialiy. Addri-M Insurance, care Cm nth' r PrtdteM H- Vo., CI W--st Hairlolph street, Chlcag-J. 10 RAGS WANTED. Cash paid for clean cotton Express office. ales and Irades SO acres liitter Creek bottom; 15 uirci in alfalfa; 0 mil-a from Chleka sha. Price, $S0.0 lr acre. Will ex change for good residence in Chicka sha. 1C0 acres S miles frnm Chickasha;' 130 acres In cultivation; house-, barn and other improvements; good, smooth laad. Pi ice, per acre; terasa Klven on part. 17 acres Washita bottom land, 1 inilo from -bank corner; 10 acres well set In aifalfa. This is a snap for $1000; terms ou part. 120 acres smooth land, 4 miles from city; new five room house, well, barn arid windmill; H)0 acres In cultivation; has loan of $:!5(u at C per cent; will trade for residence property. 50 a. s Lino Creek bottom, near Chickai.Ha; will grow alfalfa to per fection. Price 85.00 per acre; one quarter cash; plenty of time on bal ance. f n f . ,fc v ... PLACE THREE LINES HERE AND RUN IT THREE TIMES FOR 1'Ji FOR HEITT I have some good farms near Chickasha, and some close to Alex, for rent. See me at the Midway Hotel THIS WEEK. '. II. Bobbins at Real Estate 10 acres A 1, two miles of Chickasha. 1'riee 4 liio Hii acre. 20 acres--3 miles out; 4 -room house, tdabie, well, cave. Price $.70 au acre. 20 acres 2 miles out; some alfalfa; no buildiut-'s. Price 7lj an acre. 40 acres 7 miles of Chickasha; 4-room bouse, fine orchard; all kinds of apple, peaches, berries, etc. Price an acre; part time. lCu acres 3-room house, good barn; 63 acres under cultivation; school house within nie halt' mile; sandy soil. Price $:jnoo. This farm Is 12 miles from Chickasha. taO acres 3 mile of Ciilekasha. A snap. 100 acres 3 miiea of Chickasln, A big bargain. , , Jonas Cook FOR SALE. . FOR SALE New Oliver typewrit er; big bargain. So -Miss Pollard at jwtoffico. 10-5-Ct FOR SALE OR TRADE For fat cows, some good fresh milch cows; registered Jersey bull for service. Phono 1077. Ceo. Hurley. 10-4-St FOR SALE Vernis .Martin bed, sprint; and mattress, nearly new; Prh. cehs dresser, curtaliiS and other furni ture cheap. 21S South Fifth street. io-s;u LOST AND FOUND. LOST Between Fontron grocery and Eleventh and low a a pair of eycglasbca in cube. Finder phase phone (iiio. 105-3t THE MONEY WHICH YOU SPEND AT HOME MAY COME BACK TO YOU; 8END IT AWAY AND YOU SEE IT NO MORE. CITY PROPERTY. Modern 0-room house, near car line, on Kansas avenue; one of the best modern houses in Chickasha, only 2'.VJ; $tomJ ensh, balance cr.y terms. 5-room house close in, on Kansas avenue. Prico $1000; $300 cash, bal ance 4 1 3.0i per mouth, 4-room modern bungalow; choice lo cation, on car line. Price $1550.00; small cash payment, balance easy terms. 4-room house, 75 ft. east front, good well and cistern, fruit trees and chick en yard: also 3-room house and good well; east front; no loan; will trade for good residence on South or West Hills, ou or off pavement. 20 acres of smooth upland In culti vation, on section line, 3 miles from City. Price $:io.fi0 per acre. Modern 0 room house, well located, on Minuescota avenue. Price $1700; terms given. din mm rivT""T r; ?j m""'! r''- k ) .25c Land and Loan A good paying business In good town, clear; price $i;o'o); to trade for land In Oklahoma; poor health reason for trading. 20 Ructions Texas land $-1-per acre, clear, to trade for good Oklahoma property. 20 acres joining Chickasha to trade for larger tract. 2 improved farms in Missouri to trado for Oklahoma iaiid; also have many other trades. Will be pleased to lint any lands you have for sale or trade. Farm and city loan a made at a low rate; quick returns. OOIU1S Piione 1072. 112 S. 3rd St. 1-18 Ira (First published Sept. 20, 1012.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby giren that in pur suance of an order of sale Issued out of the Superior Court of Grady Coun ty, State of Oklahoma, on the Kith day of September, 1012, in an action wherein the Farmers and Merchants' bank, a corporation, was plaintiff, and Bland Dcauchamp, Alice BcuUtchamp, tho Union Central Life Insurance Com pany, a corporation, George M. Van Evers and Oscar H. Robinson, doing business under the firm name of Van Eveis & Robinson, were defendants, directed to inc, tho undersigned Sher iff of Grady County, State of OkU hoina, commanding me to levy upon and sell tho following described prop city, without appraisement, to wit: The South half of the Southeast quarter of Section Five 5); and the North half of the Northeast Quarter of Section Eight ($), Township Three C!) North, Range Eight () West, of the Indian Meridian, situate, lying and being In Grady County, State of Okla homa; To satisfy judgment and decree of foreclosure made Sn favor of said Van Evcrs & Robinson and against said defendants , Hland Heauchauip and Alice Bcauehamp, obtained and made j in said court on tho 11th day of March, l'U, for the sum of $323.75, and all costs of said action, and interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum from leild date, and also to satisfy a jndgmctit and deeree of fore closure In favor of said plaintiff and (leai'int said defendants, Bland Beau champ and Ali.e Beauehamp, hi the sum of $ij,.iii.01, together with Inter est from said date at the rate of ten per cent per annum, ana ail costs ac cruing a:: J accn:ed. I will, on the 31st day of October, 1012, at tho hour of eleven o'clock a. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house in the City of Chickasha, in said county and state, offer for sale ami sell to the highest bidder for cash said property above described, or so much thereof as will satisfy said Judgment with Interest and costs. Witness my hand this 30th day of September, PJ12. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma. By J. A. THOMPSON. Deputy. 9-20 30d SIch headache Is caused by a disor dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and correct that and the head aches will disappear. For sale by all dealers. Adv. d&w Money for Farm LOANS We have the best land cedit prop osition ever offered to Grady county land owners. When in need of a loan bo sure to see us before closing loan tisew here. We guarantee quick: service and want Ioar',8 on choice lands only; im proved or unimproved. Any title that is good, or that can be made good, we can handle. Li u.riu tilts Uili liibi DUGAN EUILDINS. Just Across the Street from Postof'lce, K, Real Estate for Sale 18 acres of nice, smooth land, 2' miles of city; no nicer place for a suburban home. Price $12.70. SO acres of land 12 miles west of Norge; good 3-room house, well, run ning spring; 25 acres iu cotton, bal ance in corn and kafir corn; loan of $1700; will trado equity for city prop erty. 2 room frame house, In Frisco addi tion; lot DOxlOo. Price $150; $10 down ?nc: balance $10 per month. 4-room bouse, with barn, sharo trees and electric light; good size lot, in five blocks of postoffice in Newkirk, Okla., to trade' for Chickasha property; will pay cash difference. 6 lots, 50x165, and two 3-room houses in Henderson Addition. Prico $750; will pay 20 per cent on the Invest ment. I write fire and tornado insurance. .TIIOHPSO 117 SOUTH THIRD ST. Phone 83. Chickasha, Okla. (First published Sept. 20, 1012.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court for Grady County, State of Oklahoma. The Standard Savings and Loan Asso ciation, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Henry Frey, Bettie Frey, bis wife, R. P. Tye, O. M. Ciaycomb, S. J. Clay comb, S. J. Anderson, and Oatley Anderson, partners as Ciaycomb & Anderson, Harry Hibbard, Gilkey Jarboo Hardware Company, a cor poration, Chickasha Extension and Improvement Company, v. corpora tion, and The Texas Company, a cor- , poration, Defendants. No. 2784. Notico is hereby given that under and by virtue of an order of sale Issued to mo out of tho District Court 6f Grady County, Oklahoma, I will,son Tuesday, the 22nd day of October, 1912, at two o'clock p. in. of said day. at the front door of tho Court House, in Chickasha, Oklahoma, offer at sheriff's sale to tho highest and best bidder for cash in hand, without ap praisement, lot3 17 and IS, in block 38. iu the City of Chickasha, Okla homa, according to the recorded plat thereof. The above described property is sold as tho property of the defendants ai:d is directed by said order of sale to be sold as upon execution without ap praisement, according to law, to sat isfy a Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1755.94, with Interest from Janu ary 4, 1012, at 10 per cent per annum, together with $100.00 attorney a lees and costs. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma. By J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. 9-20-31M. Ladies, do not write your invita tions to social functions. Let The Daily Express print them. Finest near-engraving text-tyie used. Prices much lower than you can afford to write them. Cards and envelopes to match. Very latest deigns. A 0 I Can Sell Your Property My nnu"R3l shpppps in Jhssnd'insj some of the larrpst real estate deals made in this part of the country has demonstrated my ability to dispose of your place to the very best advantage. Every day I am receiving applications for both city and country property, and know that if you will place yours in my hands that I cm readily find a bayer. Come to my oSice at the first opportunity and give me a full description of what you have to sell or trade, and let me prove to your satis faction that I can get bet ter prices and quicker sales than any man in this city. Efcht now I may have an applicant for a place like yours, so don't delay until I have geld them elsewhere, but bo prompt and get yours on the list. You'll find it to your interest to tee me about any real estate you have to buy, sell or trade. " - , ' 1 . T V Jm- Jk A. jm..jt .MiA Jltt. Jti. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS THE DmNGER AFTER GRIP ! lies ofteu in a ruu-down system. Weak ness, nervousness, lack of appetite, en liver ami kidneys ofteu follow an at tack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then Is Electric Hitters, the glorious tonic, blood purifier and regulator of stomach, liver and kid neys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system and re store to health and good spirits after an attack of grip. If suffering, try them. Only 50 centd. Sold and per- l feet satisfaction guaranteed by lirown & Co. Adv. d&w (F'rst published Sept. 12, 1912.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Whereas, On the 10th day of Sep tember, 1912, an order of sale was duly Issued out of the District Court ot Grady County, State of Oklahoma, in a certain action therein . pending, wherein the Doming Investment Com pany was plaintiff, and R. M. Hobbs, I Zora Cole, Clerale Cole (minor), J. W. Howe, J. M. Hobbs, and Lewis Hiues wero defendants (being case No. 2876 therein), commanding me, the uudcr bigned Sheriff of Grady County, State of Oklahoma, to advertise, and sell, without appraisement, according to 'aw, '.he following described real prop erty, ts:tuate in urauy county, biaie ot Oklalcma, to-wlt: The Southwest Quarter of the North wesi, Quarter, and Lot Four, in Sec tion 5, Township 6 North, of Range 3 West I M.; To satisfy a certain judgment render ed in said action on the 2nd day of March. 1912, in favor of plaintiff and agi'a.t defendants, R. M. Hobbs, Zora Cole and Cleuile Cole, for the sum of $537.00, with interest thereon at 10 per cent per annrm from the date thereof, and for the further sum of $50.00 as attorney's fees, with interest thereon at C Ier cent per annum from the date thereof, and for the costs of said action. Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that, on tin 11th day of October, A. D. 1912, at 2 o'clock p. in., at the front door of tho County Court House, in the City of Chickasha, Grady coun ty, Oklahoma, I will offer said above mentioned and described real property for sale, and sell same to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, sub ject to a certain mortgage now held by Ella M. Burr, in tho sum of $900.0C, as in said Judgment and order of sare directed. Witness my hand the 12th day of Septe-nber, A. D. 1912. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County, CI lalioma. Ly J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. Ladie?, (to nor wrle your Invita tioun to social functions. Lt The Dally Express print them. Finest ncar-cugraviug text-typo used. Prices much lower than you can afford re write them. Cards and envelopes to match. Very latest designs. f ft f ft L rrs ti vfV o Li Li vj F . , r i" L j J V LVvJ faccttc when vcryt!nnf fls UiW In nervous prostration and female we.iknejset they are the suprrm rrmcdy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TnOUZLE ! !a the best mcdii-in rv- over a d"(;ibt' coumri. ' (First published Sept. 20, 1912.) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. In tne District Court for Grady County, State of Oklahoma. The Stanlard Savings and Loan Asso ciation, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Henry Frey, Bettlo Frey, his wife, R. P. Tye, O. M. Ciaycomb, S. J. Clay comb, S. J. Anderson, and Oatley Anderson, partners as Ciaycomb A Anderson, Harry Hibbard, Gilkey- jaruoe Hardware company, a cor. poration, Chickasha Extension and improvement company, a corpora tion, and The Texas Company, a cor poration, Defendants. No. 27S4. Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an order of sale 1 sued to me out of the District Court of Grady County, Oklahoma, I will, on Tuesday, the 22nd day of October, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m. of eald day, at the front door of tho Court House, in Chickasha, Oklahoma, offer at sheriff's safe to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, without appraisement, lots fifteen (15) and sixteen (10), In block thirty-eight (38), in the City ot Chickasha, Oklahoma, according to the recorded plat thereof. The above described property is sold as the property of defendants and is directed by said order of sale to be sold as upon execution without ap praisement, according to law, to sat Isfy a judgment in favor of plaintiff for $1732.71, with interest from Janu ary 4, 1912, at 10 per cent per annum, together with $100.00 attorney's fees and costs. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff of Grady County, Oklahoma, By J. A. Thompson, Deputy. 9-20-3M (First published Sept. 19, 1912.) NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL. In the County Court Within and for Grady County, Oklahoma. In tho Matter ol tho Estate of Flor ence Gribi, Deceased. In Provate No. . Notice Is hereby given that a peti tion for the probate of the Will ol Florence Gribi, deceased, and for the issuance of letters testamentary to John F. Gribi, have been filed in this Court, and that tho 19th day of Octo ber, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day, iu the court room of said court, at the court house, In the City of Chickasha, County of Grady and State of Oklahoma, have been appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where all persons interested may appear and contest the same, and show cause, if any, why said petition should not be granted. Dated at Chickasha, Oklahoma, Sep tember 18, 1912. Attest: N. jI. WILLIAT'13, (Seal) County Judge. theresa McClelland, ' Clerk of County Court. 9-19-21d (First published Sept. Id, 1012.) NOTICE OF SALE. Stale of Oklahoma, County of Grady. In the Superior Court. S. C. Fox, Plaintiff, vs. Pete Ileffuer and Walsie N. Hefl'ner, Defendants Notice Is hereby given that pursu ant to an order of sale Issued out of the Superior Court in said cause of said County and State and to me d scribed, commanding me to offer for sale and sell to tho highest and best bidder for cash iu hand: Lots (3) Three, (1) Four and (I.), In DhK'k (221) Two Hundred and Twenty-one, in the City ot Chickasha, said County and Slate, as shown by the recorded plat thereof, to make the sum of $049.10 and cosU of said cause and accruing costs. . I will, on the 19th day of October, IS 12, sell said above described prop crty to the highest and best bidder f cash in hand, at the south door of the Court House, In the' said City of Chick nsha. between tho hours of 10 a. m and 4 p. m., on said day, to-wit: At tho hour of 2:uo p. m. JOHN C. LEWIS, Sheriff Py J. A. THOMPSON, Deputy. 9-13 30d If you have young children you have perhaps noticed that disorders of the stomach are their most common ati mont. To correct ihis you will fin Chamberlain's Stomach and Live Tablets excellent. They are easy an pleasant to take, and mild and gentl In effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv. ciftw f'tnj i-im cfesn whlr riji to thu k-.i off'co t crico. Highest ea prist fmi, (i We are receiving new rood.-? every day. We have studied the wants of the people of Chickasha, and we lidiove we have the best assort ment in the grocery line in Chickasha. Below we give a partial list of new goods received. New Flaked Hominy, New Cracked Hominy, New Grits, Pancake Flour, Buckwheat Flo'tr, Scudders Pure Maple Syrup. 'hone 82-84. 120S.Third Street. High Class Painting & Decorating Fhons 131 LAUBACH Buy and sell all kinds of New and Second Hand Kitchfnol! R.nd Furniture Stovei Repaired. Telephone 411 406 Chickasha Ave. The Chickasha lion Works We have added new and up -to-date machinery to our plant and are able to do any riachise cr Fcnndry Vtafc We make a' specialty ef Sash Weights. Structural Iron Work and Job Work. Blacksmith Chop in connection. See the Nix Corn Stalk Cutter which we manufact ure. CONRAD BROS. Professional Cards Oacar Simpson. B. F. Holdin? SIUPSO! 6 HOLBliii ill LAWYERS. Office over Farmers Stale 'Bmk. Room 12-14. Phone ff)H. Chickasha -:- Oklahoma R. D. Welborne Attorney at Law Chickasha, Okla. Stenographer and Sotary Public In Of ike. Offioe in rear at the Citizens National telle. Beford Bond Alger Melton Adrian Melton BOND & MELTON LAWYERS Suite i, 2, 3, First National Eank Building. C. M. Fechheimer A tto r n ey - at - Law Rooms i, 2, 3, Johnson 2 TELBPHONH C.C.IIrndoQ. . SiiiiiuelC.Dui.yhi Herndon & Durbin Attorneys and Counselors at Law 310a' Chkka!ia Ave. Chickasha, Oklahoma AdoIpIni3 Clark Attornoy-at-Law Short-Owsley Baildir.gr. 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