Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 292, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 28, 1922 Page: 7 of 8
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CHICKAIHA DAILY IXMIII. CHICKAIHA OKLAHOMA TUEIQAY MARCH M 1122.
' PAOK WIN.
On cant par word aaca lnr-
lion. Minimum cbarg II cant.
All oUMllltd advartUIng la
No advirtliemtnta takn otn
HI'IUNO IS IIL'RK Ttma to inno-
vate your old mattreo. W msko
llicin new anil sanitary again.
KpiH-lal price till week 1 3 tO. I'liono
UK. All work guaranteed. W. A.
Hurley. 24 61.
WANTED Packing cut glkt
china and cratlnit (In furniture.
I'hon 8C9. Le McReynolda. 4-SOt.
WANTED Hauling and aloraga
bualneaa; country hauling; quick
aorvlce reasonable cbargna. Hn
Hudgln pbooa H34. J-SOt
WANTED TO STOP THOSB LEAKS
In your roof. Leaky fluta u
apoclulty. Work guaranteed. M. U
Bmlth. I'hotie 736-J. 2 -1-301.
WANTED Sidewalk rotitractora to
aubmlt bids up to April 1 for th
construction of approximately 11000
square fi'ft of alduwalk avc-onllng to
the Hp IflrdiloiiH bf the city en-
gineer ltlila may be addressed to
J. A. Temple. 427 North Ninth HI.
I'hnne 607 or to J. A. Havrn 710 Kl
Reno Ave. from either of whom fur-
ther Informal lull may be obtained.
WANTED To buy good used bed
for baby. Phone 14H9 K. 25 3t.
iuujMU mm. wumo over 17 oe-
"ft kuvim iiuiuiii iiuauiuiin j chickaghn Ave. 27-21
monthly write for froo llHt of pol- ! '
lion now open. It. Terry (former FOR RENT 3-Room furnished apart-
Civil Service examiner) 237 Contl- menL bath adjoining. Sink tele-
lienetul Bldg. Wanhlngton D. C. .
WANTED Paperhanging and paint-
ing. Reasonable In price. Phone
WANTED To buy a nix burner ga
utovo. Must be lu good condition.
WANTED Used llHter and two row
go-dovil cultivator. Phone 1273.
WANTED To get in touch with the
purty that exchanged huts with me
'Sunday morning at tho Chrlntlun
church. Claude Ricker phone 152
or 136. 27-2t.
WANTED To dig cisterns; $50 for
MO barrel. Phone 8U2 or 1285-R.
WANTED Lady to do general bousn-
work. Phone 882 J. 27-3t.
FOlt SALE .
FOR SALE Cannas 2Sc per dozen.
Everything In the plant line. Toma-
toes now ready. King Plant Yard.
Phone 1317-R. 1724 Colo. 3-21-tf.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode
Inland Red setting eggs $1.00 for
15. 1128 S. 14th. Phone 1498. 22-6t
FOR SALE at a bargain hoes and
rakes. Tolun Bros. 311 Kansas.
FOR SALE 5 office chairs 1 direc-
tors table 1 rug. 1116 Minnesota
FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 Saddle
horses 1 good roping horse. 1116
Minnesota avenue. 25-3t.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1 7-Pas-senged
car good conditions. 1116
Minnesota avenue. 25-3t.
OWNER Will trade seven room Cab
ifornia bungalow In best district In
Okluhoma City for choice residence
In Chlckasha. . Address 727 West 2nd
St. Oklahoma City. 27-3t.
FOR SALE National cash register.
Todd protectograph and desk.
Shultz-Stinson. Phone 689. 28-3t.
FOR SALE Good Jersey cow six
years old giving 3 gallons. Price
$50. 2027 Washington Ave. 28-3t.
MONEY TO LOAN on Chlckasha
property w. C. Matthews. 9-tf
POULTRYMEN NOTICE Thorough-
bred S. C. White Leghorn breeding
stock and guaranteed batching eggs
from trapnested strain. Any number
desired. Call Albert Y. Shockley tele-
phone 653-J. 3-3-lm.
MONEY TO LOAN On city proper-
. ty. Are you tired of making month-
ly payments. If so I can make you
a straight loan on your property.
A. B. Thompson Phone 86. Office
109 North 3rd St. 2-10-30t.
FOUND Watch at Shannon Springs.
. Owner may get same by describing
and paying for advertisement. S. T.
Muddleton box 72 Cement Okla.
LOST An Elgin watch chain and
gold pencil. Phone 606. Luster
'TbeQulnine That !)oe Hot Affect The Read
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect LAX A
T1VE BKOMO QUININE (Tablets) can t take
by auyuno without causing nervouamaa or riutina
'in. Uti. K W. GRUVE S statoature aa t 39u
YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL
FOR KENT Ritra large room lor
Hihthnukplng ct bedroom
lilt Chlckasha Avenue. I'bona Jul J.
S I Jut
FOR HKNT-Klglit room on Chlck-
asha avmi for living or rooming
house' balh and toilet. All outside
room. Rent reasonable. Apply 202
Chlckaaha avenu. 24-4L
FOR RKNT 4 Room house Cm N.
4th. J-houa 043. 24 St.
FOR RENT 2 Unfurnished rooma.
front hark and aid private an-
tram. doae In 41 Colorado.
FOR RENT One tinfunihihed apart-
ment cistern. I'bona 1442 It.
FOR RENT Two nom
FOR RENT Sleeping room eolith
exposure. Modern. Garage. 6iH
Colorado. Plume 1323. 2C-31.
KOIt KENT Urge room aouth
front modern home fnrnlMhed; ft-
room bungulow modern. I'lione 381
or 48. ... - 2&-3t.
KOR RENT 4 Room modern cot-
tage southeast apBrtment and
bed room clone In. G2S Kansas.
Three furnlahcd room
for IlKht boUMekeeping. 410 l
kota. 27 a
FOR RENT-Wanted a good rellnlile
couple to ahure my home with tnu
; for a very reaeonuhlo consideration
; The wife to be a companion for my
duimhter when not In nchool. Phone
507g or Boe R rallll(r mo
phone garnge. Phone 1444.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished house
keeping rooms adjoining bath
Water and gas In kitchen. Mrs.
Edna T. Wutklns N. 4th
Phone 1D54. 23-3t.
FOR RENT 4-Room house 304 N.
FOR RENT Kimball piano.
FOR RENT 3 Office rooms over the
Dixie. Apply to Chas. I. Mlllur at
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
south room. Gu8 Iowa. Phone 1212.
FOR RENT 5-Room modern house
with cistern. Call 1329 after p.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Small heart shaped pin with
safety catch ninull dlumond In cen-
ter in Dixie or between there and
Hronsons. Reward. Call Miss Knox
at Dixie. 25-St.
LOSTr-Chllils brown heaver hut on
South 4th. Phone 1477. 28-3t.
LOST One switch key and other
keys on ring. S. W. Wells phone
First Published March 23 1922.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION.
Notice 1s hereby given that in
pursuance of a writ of execution
Issued out of the clerk's office of
the district court of Grady county
Oklahoma on the 13th day of March
1922 In an action wherein Sun
Grain Export company was plain-
tiff and D. F. Xnderhub and others
were defendants commanding me to
levy upon property belonging to said
defendant D. F. Anderhub sufficient
to satisfy a judgment rendered In
said action in favor of Sun Grain
& Export company against said U;
F. Anderhub tho sum of $424.11
with $15.00 costs with Interest
thereon from the 13th day of March
1922 I have levied upon certain
lands and tenements belonging to
said D. F. Anderhub not exempt
from sale under execution for want
of goods and chattels of the . said
D. F. Anderhub to-wlt:
Lot two block two town of Min-
co Grady county Oklahoma and
have caused said lands and tene-
ments to be appraised according to
law at $2000.00. '
Now therefore nonce 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 aid lands and tenements or
so much thereof as will satisfy the
said judgment and costs on the
24th day of April 1922 at ten
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. - c r
Dated this 20th day of March
Sheriff of Grady Co.
By Thos. W. tForeman deputy.
Two registered Jersey bulls at
my barn 2nd and Choctaw known
as Blue Front Barn. Cows called
for and delivered. Phone 1517-R.
J. H. DAVIS Owner.
xmmrnx&LmtimmnmifomrqRMZR WAR NUIHF TO
Junior Masons Is
Plan Local Order
Arranxrmeiit am ncing made to
org n I io local chapter of tha Or-
der of 1)e Monty Junior Muttiiilc or-
gunlintlon. ' Hot h " Masonic bodies bore the
Commnndry of Knlghta Tvmplnr and
ih Chapter of Royal Arch Minima
have appointed rommltteea to apon-
or the orRunltatlon of a chapter
here. No atcp to artuully nrgnnlxit
the chapter will he tnken until af-
ter the convention of Royal Arch
Masons of Oklahoma In MunkoRee
April 5 acronlltiR to lodge off tela U
More than .10 aona of local Miinoiih
who are not old enough lo go Into
the aenlor organltutlon already
huve announced their dealre to Join
the Order of Ie Moloy Imy' or-
KHfilxatliin sponsored by the Scot-
tish Hltti Masons It wa announced.
It lit Imped to ftillNt moro than 200
member nfter the orgntilxatloti ofN
(ho local chapter.'
.According to report from Musko-
kee 2-"0 delegalea 'are expected for
the flml atnte convention of the
Junior Masonic order. Tht conven-
tion will he held on the mime dny
the oval Arch Maxima of the elate
are In session In Muskogee. The
local chapter. It w announced to
dny will he organlxed Immediately
s.fter this convention. Severnl Royal
Koynl Arch Masons of this city ex-
pect to attend the Muskogee con-
vention next month.
Oil Well Tools lo
Be Sold To Satisfy
Judgment Is Order
Sale of the oil well equipment used
In drilling the Stover district test
well in southern Grady county under
special execution Issued from the
district court of Grady county ha
been postponed until Saturday April
8 according to T. W. Foreman
On a foreclosure of mortgage me
chanics' material man's and labor-
ers' liens a Judgment was recently
obtained by J. S. Nabors et al
against Nelson brothers. The prop-
erty Foreman Bays Is to be sold
to satisfy this judgment.
A temporary restraining order
granted the Atlas Supply company
prevented the sheriff office from
selling the property Inst Saturday i
This company claims a right to the ;
ownership of part of the machinery j
Hearing on the application for a per-;
manent restraining order will be held !
next Saturday. j
An excellent showing of oil anil
gas was reported at the test some
time ngo. Nothing is being done to
complete the well according to the
We have heen told that nearly
every one operated pn for appendi-
citis has been troubled with consti-
pation a long time before the at-
tack. If you would avoid appendi-
citis take Chamberlain's Tablets
When needed to keep your bowels
HARNESS REALTY AND RENTALS
Phone 373. First National Bank Building. Residence 590.
7 Room brick house modern In every sense. Many out door Improve-
ments one full block situated on a beautiful elevation overlooking city
east front on car line. An elegant home. Price $10500. Terms If wanted.
80 Acres Washita Valley land 1 mile from city limits mile from
Meridian Highway; 4tf acres in alfalfa all alfalfa landj extraordinary offer
9 Room modern steam heat ftll furnished $11500 on terms; close In.
Here's a bargain for "someone. .
City property to trade for farm and Vlce-versa.
. i TORNADO SEASON AT HAND
Tornadoes are doing worlds of damage all over the United States. Have
you been reading about the property damage and tho loss' of lives?
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY
;We write you $1000 Tornado Insurance 12 months $2.00. Can you
carry the risk for that?
1 - COLLECT FULL VALUE
If you have a loss by tornado you can collect tho full value of your
house or household goods or merchandise. Let us" write you for all your
property is worth.
' BARGAINS IN HOMES IN CHICKASHA
We have Some real bargains in homes in Chickasha and if you are
paying rent you are fooling your money away and you are not getting
the satisfaction of knowing the rent will not be raised not being
notified the j)lace is sold and you will have to move. Easy terms.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY
' Wa have Iots ot money to loan on Chickasha property on easy pay-
uiBuu). i ujune us or come 10 see us.
We pay the highest market price for Liberty Bond's.
A. B. COCHRAN COMPANY
Fist National Bank' Bldg.
WED CEN. WOOD'S SON
' " '
Minn Kathcrino Tliompaon of Wil-
mington Delaware whoee' parent
hnvo Jimt announced her engagement
lo Lieut. Oebom C. Wood aecoml
non of Cenerul and" Mr. Leonard
Wood. Miea Thompnon at prpecnt la
In the Philippine vlxltlng Mian
I.Qii(Ne WimkI alHter of her flnnee.
The wedding I to tnkn place In the
RAILROAD LABOR BOARD
MEMBER QUITS POSITION
(ft? Tli I lillr.1 PtM )
Chicago March 2S Albert llill
Hps labor member of the United
States Railroad 'Labor Hoard resign-
d today because of III health. Thl
will leave four appointment to be
made by President Harding In April
as terms of three ot.ier member
expire next month.
In District Court.
A. S. Rlpp vs. C. E. Nelson Wil-
liam U. Flynn et al; replevin.
Atlas Supply company vs. Matt
Sankey; plaintiff granted temporary
restraining order preventing sheriff
from sidling certain property under
Carey lmiliard Young and com-
pany' vs. W. II. Thompson; suit on
Alta H. Cuntr vs Martin L. Gunn;
BUit for divorce.
Graco A. Crnna vs. Jack Bing-
ham; attachment iiroceodings.
New 4 room house and furni-
ture large lot $2250. Terms.
7-Room house garage cave
near school $2500.- Terms. Take
6-Rooms modern Minnesota Ave.
$3250. Easy terms.
New fi-room modern bungalow
garage cistern southwest hill.
$3250. Take in good or vacant
2 Houses for rent.
See me for bargains. List your
A. N. Woolridge
404 First Nut'l Bank Bldg.
Office Phone 215. Res. Phone 133.
Ottica phone 792; Res. phone' 376.
Houm cleaning tlma la her. Now
la th tlm to bav your rtiltur
fttAIRID U'HOLITKRKD AND
Wa hav a ale aaaortment ol
t pee try (ample.
219 N. 10th.
1:10 a m
1:20 p in.
6: oft p.m.
No. 22 ..
8:30 a m
2:40 p in
1:20 p in
2:05 p m
No. 21 and 22 dally except Sunday
9:13 a.m. No. 70S :30 a m
3: US p.m. No. 723 3:20 p.m
11:05 a m. No. 724 11:15 a m
5:10 p.m. No. 706 6:20 p m
No. 723. and 724 daily except Sunday
No. 714 Deport 10:00 a.m.
No. 790 Depart 2:60 p.m.
No. 713 Arrive 2:00 p.m.
No. 789 Arrive 5:55 p.m
No. 790 and 789 dally except Sunday.
No. 446 Depart 7:10 a.m.
No. 448 Depart 1:10 p in
No. 448 daily except Sunday.
No. 445 Arrive 4:45 p.m
No. 477 Arrive 12:20 p.m
No. 447 dally except Sunday.
618 Rurkburoett Special 4:45 a.m.
604 St. Louis-Kan. City 11:10 a.m.
612 Kan. City Express 3:02 p.m
603 Quanah Express 10:30 a.m.
609 Lawton Express 4:40 p.m
617 Brukburnett Special 11:07 p.m
New 4 room bungalow 6n car
line In good part of town. Large
lot. Price $2500.00. '
' 4-Room house with bath mod-
ern. Close In. Can be bought on
20 Acre prairie land $400.00;
10 acres prairie land $200.00; 20
acres prairie land $500.00. The
last named Is close to school.
3 Room bouse close In $1200.
Nice new 4-room house. $2250.
Good & Company
317 First National Bank Bldg.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
FOR REAL BARGAINS
4 Room home with 85x165 east
front lot barn cistern well fruit.
Would take In good car on deal.
Price only $1700; terms.
' See that new i room bungalow
east front large lot. Price $2500;
6-Room modern' close In on
Kansas avenue. Price $3250.
6 Room borne close In on Colo-
rado best buy lu town. Price
80 Acre farm clear to trade for
Chlckasha property. What have
Wa have a mighty good farm
loan contract at this .time.
T. H. BENNETT REALTY CO.
304 Chickasha Ave.
Office Phone 334; Res. Phones
948 and 1408-R.
I have just received a
complete line of
from 4 to 10 rooms.
The last word in
class looks conven
ience and. price.; j
i'hone y&J-J and let
me show you your
C6ntractor and Builder.
SALES AND TRADES
I Itoom modern hou northeast 75 foot corner lot on rtr Una on
block from pavement $1500 00
Modern new bunmlow on car line hardwood floor $4200.00; term.
New modern I room bungalow near coller; $3000.00; term.
I Room modern hotiM cloia In on pavmiant fin location; $5!50.o0
on 'good term. t
150 Acre near collet Improved $10000.00 term. Will trad for
good bualnea property.
160 Aero beat Waahlta bottom In alfalfa rhw In and a real bargain.
FOR TRAD! -
160 or 320 acre near Ml mo and 2"0 acre near th Harnett well to
trad for City properly. What hav youT
W hav a good a farm loan proposition a ran be found In the
atnte with pro payment privilege and money ready a on a till I
approved. We writ fir and tornado Insurance.
rhon 280. til 1'ln.t National Pank Bldg.
FARM LANDS AND FARM LOANS
W hav an unlimited amount of money to loan oa farm land an
are able to ilea loan Immediately upon approval of title giving th beat
of ervlce term and rate. '
W bav vral exceptional bargain In farm land.
P. C. STACY & SON
. WE BELIEVE IN CHICKASHA
THESE VALUES SIIOCLD INTEREST YOU.
$4250 gel beautiful home on Chlckasha avenue on pavement. Good
$3650 gel fine modern home close In on S. 7th. (lood term.
$3500 gii d)slrnblo hotm; on S. 7th. A reul bargain.
$l0tio get 4 room bouse on aouth side.
$1250 get entire block east front nfur College. Clood term.
We have on 3 one 6 one 8 and one 10 acr tract unimproved close
In that can be had at bargain. You will like some of them.
CALVERT HARRIS & DAVIS
(Individual Responsibility $100000)
Room 416 First National Hank. ' Phone 777.
EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS IN HOMEST"
We have home in any part of Chlckasha at bargain price csh or
Five room house on South 7th a real home for $4500. Com lt
ua show you thl one. It's modern In erery way.
Good four room house on South 18th; fifty foot lot good cistern storm
cave fruit tree and out building $2000.
We have some new bungalow located right at bargain price.
Come let u show yoii some of the best farm in Grady county at
STILES & YATES
314 First National Bank Bldg. . Phone 205.
THE PROSPERITY AND GROWTH
of a community dopend upon the number of people In that community who
own their homr and have a systematic plan of saving. There never wa
a man who owned hi home and was Interested In It who was an 1. W. W.
or a Bolshevlkl. Every dollar Invested In thl association help soma one
to become a home owner and a good American citizen. When you Invest
your money where It doe thl you are helping every other kind of busi-
ness In your community. If you have Idle money Invest It with ua where
It will earn you a good rate of dividend.
Our Assets arc $2179970.94
Every dollar you Invest with us Is secured by first mortgage on Improved
real estate security moBt of them .on home. We have three plans In-
stallment Shares Prepaid Shares and Full Puld Shares.
8e JOHN HANKINS Agent.
The OKLAHOMA SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N.
Also Straight Loans School District and Municipal Bond and Insurance.
" A Hint to the Bilious.
Those who are billons dyspeptic
and constitpated feel miserable a
good share of the time. They would
soon feel fine and enjoy their meuls
It they would take a few doses of
Ohamberlaln' Tablets to strengthen
their digestion and regulate the liver
I have moved from the Central
Hotel to 32416 Kansas Avenue
opposite Wei horn Apartm e n t.
Will begin serving meals Wed-
nesday evening March 1.
MRS. JOHN COX
5 Room modern house with
sleeping porch close in on pave-
ment. Priced right; $500.00 cash
Can offer you a small farm
where chickens fc!gs and truck
will make you pay income' tax.
The rain has boosted farming.
See me for ome of the best farms
in Grady county both for sale
If you have empty houses Hut
MRS. EDNA T. WATKINS
111V6 N. 4th. Phone 1554.
LOANS AND REAL
Quick and Satisfactory
i On Both Farm and City
' Loans. .
JNO. E. WHITE
318 First National "Bank.
5 Room plastered house lights
price $1300. Part time.
C-Rooni house close-In modern.
Price $2800. Eusy terms.
6-Room house on Kansas Ave.
Modern price $3500.
Private nionej. to loan on good
Surety Bonds and Loans.
Room C01 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY
Have your cisterns built cleaned
and repaired now. All kinds of
cement work done Patch plaster-
ing. Also do chimney work. All
HAPRY MILLER Phone 1014.
F. K. Wilcox Jr.
Notice City Subscribers
If yon do not receive your paper
by 6:30 p. m. please call W. I).
Collier circulation manager
phone 691 and paper will be sent
by special messenger. Prompt re-
ports on failure of deliver Mr-
vice will be appreciated.
Ch'ckasha Daily Erpreit
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