Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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CHICKASHA tlAtLY EXHtfiflS.'CHtClKASHA OKLAHOMA.
1 Ei ill! Hi.' H cnnmn nniniiier li
I MM' j OflllHU UULUIlli)! I
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People who arc hatitincr
i for ways t o economize
M should pjirlon vm in onulw
the; properties of food and
try to find out which foods
Kivp the Erpntpst nourish-
ment for the least cost.
Such ft study will show that
FI a. . ...... . I H L III HI
p foods there is. A pound of
rice ih said to have as much
VirMticiViVW"i ..n flit. . .w...t.-l..
t iivlll I. UJUV'Ill il.T i ir: ikiuiiu.i
I of potatoes. And there is
dous than rice prepared in
numerous forms. It is good
boiled and tfood fried. Jt
can he used as a desert or
as a substitute for meat
cakes. Try a pound of rice
in your next order.
120 South Third Street
Phone 183 or 84
Staple and Fancy
Always Fresh atid Clean
602 Chickasha Ave.
. Bargains for All
All Association Tracks)
And Eastern Track
RACES EVERT DAT
r n n n
Succeed when everything rise fail.
In nervous prostration unJ female
tu'unessea they are the supreme
ivmedy as thouaatids have testified.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVr-R AND
It It the best medicine ever told
AVer fl ftn.tf (iivt'ja fmimpr.
H . - ..
Rock Island Barbar Shop
J. K. Hollowly Prop.
YOU WILL BE PLEASED
1 1.1 South St
F. ML McFarlane
For farbage ncrvice. call Wal-
ter Griffin city soavnjer pnone 4
732 or call at City IU11. Poll-;
nmn nm aiiipt
OriiliiU UULuH Jl
TO APRIL 15th
;' . i.
Tn DHIMTO !M. tf
' For full inforir.at.ion re-
igarding router and train
js service' call on
:f II. II. McLEROY
1 Arent Frisco Lines.
if Chickasha Okla.
i Or write
u. r. a. i risco Juries
Oklahoma City Okla.
- - A
How to fill up your China
Closet and finish up your
Dinner Sot just hv visit-
You can't help but pur-
chase a piece or two
every time you visit our
store for we 'carry up-to-date
tasty patterns as
well as designs and o
reasonable in priO. We
will still hold our 10 per
cent discount sle till Sat-
urday. We are receiving
new goods every day in
Jewelry and Watchev as
well as Diamonds.
8. 17. LUOTtlA
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
.K 7 Chic. Ave. Telephone lot)
of Meiit can he hal here at any
time because we always have
'enough to Rive nw customers
their clioice. The
Beef Veal Lamb Pork
and Mutton poM here are from
prim e stock. There in no strintry
tough portions to make mast ica
tion difficult and digestion im-
possible. Try us once and you
will come again.
Neal & Buckey
CURES REMOVE DOUBT
ABOUT ECZEMA CURE
Read What Your Druggist bays
About Oil of Winteryreett
ror srvrr.-il ycar-i f i.r.Tc i:.-
tiottncffl ivith our rccoiiim.'iv.btioti
that 'fl bad found a positive cure
lor cc a . ".ii.i ; n siinplc skin waslt oil
of vintcryr on cotnpotntdtd with
oilier heal tig inercdictits.
'tt wo know (hero are people
ri.cht in this town w ho li.ive rrzema
and still have nevrr tried this roin-
rdv Vc have ilicrcl'orc arrnncrcd -n-Jt It
t lie J'. I'. I). I .ah.'.ra t ori.s"i .f Chi-
raco for a sproinl olTor of a trial
bottle .-it v.i coins instead of tin-
Jl tiit bolile as veeuI.irK' o!.
We l' r thi.t trial li."tt. with
rrromiiH iiifatMii and a snr.nicc th:it
it'st a' soon a-; (lie r.ationt v.i-1ips
hi ilchin' skin mild lintiid will
tnkr the itch away instantly.
THE OVVU DRUG STORE".
-iL- -feUrf .11
. U t '1
Far nf ni Offino ' room upstairs
SlO'i Chliltnslm avonuo. Roe Clny
Donovan nr phono J 7!). l-fii
Top npnt Thi'oo-room liougo. ror-
jnor Twelfth and Illinois; f8 por moitlh.
if'.'ill fit North SfV.'iKh ptref. 2. II
For nn: Fiirnlslinrl ronnic; for lifflil:
lioiiHPlvwphiK ()(( In; fi'lHO furnl:li'r1
room nml lionhl 4?1 fVmsyh'Ania nv-
onm'. Phono fill l-.ti
For nnt Four-room' hoiisn on
South Third aireot in rxfrllcnt condi-
tion. Soc ('. v. Mnnford or photm
!17. ' L'-l'SI!!
For HfntTwo furnlshod rooms
wlili hot. and fold linUi. Colorado.
; Phonf f4.'M lines. 2 It
For IV-nl flood 4-room hoiuio $16
' pfT month; nnd rooms furnished for
light hou.Hf'kf'opliiR. 10'.'" Karuas Ave-
nuo. Phono ?-n-tf
For Rent Ni.vly fiirnlhhfd room
pas and olprtrif lights 001 Idaho nvo-
;nn. Phon1 20.-. or 4fii. S-.1t
j For nntTvvf-lvo-rooni house cmc
in MiltAbln for roomers and boarders.
Sep H. E. Prince at 212 Chickasha avc-
For Rent Itonrtift suitable- for lishl.
housf'k-ph (r. In Seotfy's Apartmcntn.
For Hnt April 1 an 8-room- holism
: oa Wn III1I a.11 modem cohvoniciicp?
; gas r-l(ctr!c lights watr and sewer.
Call at No. 210 South Flpvetith Btrpot
or pbon .m. 5-5-dtf
For flont Furriiphod rooms for light
houskco ping. .107 Kansas. 5-3 1
F0 f ALE.
For Sale Choicest residence lots Iri
the city for salt at a bargain located
In Highland Park hlphost and health-
' lest addition to city. Bee Cad Allard. !
Tor Sal Elplny .rrts of land flap
aa silk; fight fi-acrr- tracts at W) per
: acre and four 10-ai re tracts ai 3 1 r0
t ppr acre; 2Vj miles fcouth of city lVj;
i mi!c3 from h'.rcet car line and Indus-
trial school telephone. and eloctrlo
light line finest' location for suburban
! home in th county. Al.o one Tj-foat
lot in best residence part of town
price ll.r.flfl; $7.'.0 cash rest on easy
terms and two DO-foot lots; very cheap.
See Ed Uurney Jr. in Thompson &
Purtiey Market. 2 .VIOd
For Sale Car of lied Itlver Early
Ohio ttm-A potatoes on Hock Inland
i team track. Price;? rlRht. 2"i-.'U
For Sale One No. oo National cash
Irepister. A cr.ml: machine. J i p.cn-
nctt. Room 4 Terrell ItldR. 2t!-nt
; For Sab Jonathan apple $1 per
;bnhel. M. A. Stoddard vesetahlo n.an.
! For Rent Nicely furnished rooms
i for light housekeeping. Room 5 Choc-
i taw Flats. 2-St
I For Sab' California navel oranges
i l.-.e per dozen. M. A. Stoddard vege-
! table man. 3-.".t
Fxr Sab1 A new 10 horsepower gas-
oline engine which ha only been run
about six months. Fairbanks-Moore
make. cai be seen at the corner of
Fourth Ftrct'and Kansas avenue. Haya
& Kaluback. 4-1 2r
FAr Sale--Jj'.r.o Fis her piano for
$100 cash. Must f-'oll. Call forenoOi:?
Rvin (i McFarland building. 40?
Chickasha avenue up stairs. f.-3t
For Sale A Rood .surrey. Phone
j Wanted At Once Apprent ices for
'millinery. IH Sown Third street.
Anna Honleau. 2 2S -tU
! Abstract Business;
For Sale i
j For reasons entirely personal
i we have decided to dispose of
! our set of Abstract Books at a
i We consider that we have the
best set of abstract books in
Chickasha having a photograph
of the records and a machine
for photographing the same.
We will sell for cash or trade
for good city or farm property.
Call on us at once.
MILLER & PAYNE
Wanted Chambfirrnfiid nt. onro nt t
tho Savoy bcU-l 2r.-.H j
Wanted W pay ?sn a month sal j
ary afid farMnh tig hhi all rxpr-nies;
to tfitroduc prtni trjr and nook .on-d-
(-rs; fif-W plan; r.trady wnf:. B.plf-r
I A Co. X fifiO 5f.HnpfH.l tllitiols. 8-3 1
Wontfld A ponltioti ns ofl'lco Klrl;
can koop books mid do Htonngraphln
work; two years' oKpcrlcnco onn In
Aniircsa . vv . car'- cx-
We hnvo ft complete trading lift of
properties farms and Iandu for slocks
of merchandise hardware proccrlcs
furniliiro laundry hotel etc. Stocks
of merchandise In Oklahoma Knnsas
or Texas to trade for land or city
Kletily acres near Stillwater OKla-
homn for 'stock of furniture. Price
Stock of cenernl incrcliandlhe near
Rood town Noble Okla. for land near
any Rood town. Price $.0u0.
120000' r.c.refl Coahullla Mexico 40
miles southwest of Del Rio Texas for
city property or Oklahoma land. Price
$1.2.1 per fy'H:
handle stocks of merchandise
city property improved farms and
lands. Can sell Jour business or ex-
channe it for what ever you want. Call
and ree hK.
THE GLOBC INVESTMENT CO.
1l3'2 North Third Street'
I First Publication March 4 lfUO.)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION.
nefore John A. McClure a Justice of
the peace of the City of Chickasha
Chickasha Township In Grady Comi-
ty. S. V. Dunlap Plaintiff vs. Win.
finch. Defendant. No. CO. I
Said- defendant is hereby notified!
that on the 1 1th day of February 1910 !
an order of attachment for the sum j
of one hundred and seventy elfibt dob j
lare was iKsuedi by the above named !
justice of the peace apaint his Roods J
In- the above entitled action and th.it '
said cause will he heard on the 2Cth ;
day of March 1010 at 10 o'clock a. tn.j
S. W. DUNLAP i
VM. STACF.V Plaintiff j
Attorney for Plaintiff. I
Attest : '
JNO. A. McCLUfin j
Just ice of tho Peace. 3-4-214
Medicines that aid nature are always'
nwt successful. Chamberlain's rough
Remedy aces on this plan. H loosens!
the courI) relieves the lungs opens i
the accretions and aids nature in r?-'
ft-torins the system to a liealthy rondl-i
tion. Sold by all dealers. P&W!
(Flrft Published Feb. 8 IfiM)
State of Oklahoma Grady County.
Lewis Ileitis. Plaintiff vb. A. T.
Jo be and NV'.tUs Jobe. Iififtidanis.
No' ice- is hereby Riven that by vir-
tue of an o;der to me directed and
now in my hands is-sued out of the
clerk's officio of the district court
state of Oklahoma In and for Grady:
county upon a jiiticment in a suit
and for foreclosure of a mortgage ren-
dered in F;aid court lu favor of the
plaintiff and apalnst the defendant?.'
the followlnjt describe! property to
wit: Lits three and four tt) in
block one hundred and ninety-nine
(lf'fi) In the city of Chickasha Grady
And t phall on Saturday the I2t.h
day. of March. A. D. JfilO. nt uie hour:
of two (2) 'o'clock p. m. In the city!
of Chickasha at the front door of the
court house in said county and state
proceed to sell the right title and in-
terest of the above named defendants
in" and to the above described proper-
ty to satisfy paid Judgment and costs!
together with all costs of pale iindi
interest at Die rate of 8 per cent fieri
annum from the 2fith day of June A. TJ
1900. at. public auction to the highest
bidder for cash
M. T?. I.OCTIIAN :
Sheriff of Grady County OklAhouia. J
Tly G. V. YEARTA.
Short P.lair ft C lark. ;
Plaintiff's Attorneys. s
Dated at. Chickasha Oklahoma this'
7th day of February lfiio. 2no.dj
SAVED A SOLDIER'S LIFE.
Faeins il'ith front shot uikl shell in
the civil war was more than siftreeahle
to J. A Stone. of Ki.-mii Texas than
facing it from what the doctors fald
was consumption. 'I contracted a
stuhhort cold" he writes "that devel-
oped a omigh that stuck to me in
spite of all remedies for year.-:. My
weight ran down to 1"0 pounds. The n
I lu'can to life Dr. Kiiic'h New Piscov-
cry which completely clued in... I
now weii:'! ITS pounds." For conj'Jis.
cold la nippe nstlunJ ln-ni'it iiu'ip.v
hoarseness croup woopiu;: cotsh and
lung trouhle.it-! snprenie. Mr and $1.
Trial hot! hi free. Guaranteed hy Brown
FOR COUGHS and COLDS.
FOR WEAlt SORE LUNGS' ASTHMA
THROAT and LUfJG
I tcysrd Dr. King' Nw Discovery as the grnJest medicine of
modern times one' bottle completely cured me of a very bad
cough) which Wi9 steadily Ktoin worse under other treatments.
' KAfcL SUAMBUKG Codcll Ks...
PRICE 50o AND St.OO :
3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY CL
THE BROWN DRUG COMPANY
y ester Goal
I The Apaclie Cotton Oil !
and lanuiaciuring Co. I
Is Offering to the Local Trade
Hulls at $9.00 Per Ton.
Meal at $1.50 Per Sack.
80 lbs. Hulls at 36c and
20 lbs. Meal at 30c.
In 100 lb Lots Cost You Only
66c Per 100 lbs.
It's Equal to Any Other Feedstuff Now
On the Market.
:: Apache Cotton
Manufacturing Company i
X Pnone blu. roor
P.. V: P.mith rmsiJent
W. W; Home Viee-Fres.
THE CITIZENS " NATIONAL'- BANK '
Caoita'. - - $76000
Surplus and Profits 45000
Your Business Solicited
Jl. T. Smith "VYm. Inman V. W. Home' J. 1. Slwrpc
J. P.'Driprsers J. C. Dri?crert JM F. Johns
Accounts of merchant corpcrnli'Mi" nnil in.i'Viiiiml-. oUcit'-.l. t'.vrry cnurteRy ex-
tend pilcimsmtHnl. with cunscrvntiVf! tiaiikiia.
Three Stnry l'.riek
Bath find Sample Knnm
I Regular Meals 25 cents...
I Lunch Counter Always Open
& nil din-kasha Avenue.
I Z. L. McFarland Prop.
'! M t
u y i
"3 I 3
iorxn iNinxn street x
Wrrt. Inman Vitv-rrrs.
FA F. Johns Cashier
4 I :
a Milling Company
Refonl llond Alger Melton
Bond & Melton
Suite I 2 3 First National
C. M. FECHHE1MER
Rooms i 2 Johnson
S. C. DOBBIN
Rooms 7 and 8 Johnson
R. D. Welborne J. R. McCu
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stenographer and Notaty la 031.
Of tern in rau of Citizen. National Desk
IIP. Short. A. Clark.
Short & Clark
Room 10 and 11.
-Room 12 -;
Chickasha -:- Oklahoma
10 tn 12 a m I to 4 t m.
Offirv3I3. Km. 107
I. L. Moyer II. D.
Citi7.en Natn'1 Hani; ftnildinr.
Residence t)27 Chick!in Av.-nii.
Chickasha .'. Oklahoma
Fnrnnrly With Metropolitan Hunpitfcl. K. V.
Citvnt Hahnmiin Hcn;.ital t'liiladelphia.
KOBINSON & lAVHAUt
lay and Bull all Kind of New and Beeaad E-
Stoves Repaired. Telephone 41
106 CHICKASHA &VH
t filrs.Ethel Gales-Leeds:
Teacher of Piano
Munio Mmn. Avo. near
West School Knililinpr.
T. J. Galbraith
JH 1-2 CHICKASHA AYENUE.
"nl and Kansas Avo. I'lmno
and Carriage Shop
Chatman & O'Noill Tropn.
General Carriage and Wagon
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
We have added New am up-ta
Date Machinery to out Plant aa
re able to do any
Machine or Foundry Wort
We mate a specialty cf Psii
Weights Structural Iron Work
lob Work. Blacksmith Shop h
connection. See the Nl Cort
talk Cntter which we rnanufacicri
CON R AV BROS
(jloanod and roli.sht'd.
Pianos Tuned $2.50
C. M. CORKHiLL
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Evans, George H. Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 5, 1910, newspaper, March 5, 1910; Chickasha, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc730383/m1/7/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.