Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 291, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1919 Page: 7 of 8
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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS CHICKASHA OKLAHOMA TUESDAY DECEMBER 9 1910.
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WANTED To tuy large ; Mils of
good second hand furniture. Tom
Cheney 502 Chlx Ave. phone 499.
'WANTKD- Furniture repairing unci
upholstering. We pack for shipment.
Phillips phone !!S5. 17 3Ut
WANTED Your horseshoeing bus-
iness. Koatk Sluicing Shop -115 Kan-
iness. Hoark Shoeing Shop 113 Kau-
WANTKD I'lciin cotton ras
nt Dnil.v Express for wiping ma-
chinery. WANTED: To buy four or five
room house to move off lot. Ad-
lre P. (). Box 407-Chiekasha. 2ti-tf.
WANTED Two waitresses nnir't
be experienced. Fred's Chop House.
WAMTED Position hy experienced
bo-ck!"--per. Good penman. Box 212.
Chickasha f)kla. 8-lit
age. Pli one 1424.
WANTKD Work hy high school
hoy morning.-. afternoons and Wllnr-
day. Call phone L1S7. S-tf
WANTKD Clean .cotton r:o
at Daily Express l'or wiping ma
WANTED J'o.dl ion u bookkeeper
graduate of Chillicot lie biisine.-is col-
lege. Specialized in hanking. Bos
of references. Call at 5m; South
WANTED To loan $:i5n.iin on im-
proved Chicka.ilia real estate. 8 per
cent easy payments. "V" care Dai-
ly Express. S-Ot
WANTED To buy
Auhyme Oil AlCas Co.
211 or 987.
100 shares of
WANTKD Dressmaking; 212 Col-
orado avenue. Phone 1548. H-.lt
WANTKD Loans promptly made
ttiaight or monthly payments. John
WANTED---First class bookkeeper
for- out-of-town ' -position. $lili. pi.r
.month to begin with advance after
first -monith. Phone-Chickasha 'Bus-
iness College. ii-li
Wan-led Wood cut ters.
ill. n pi'.ione 78.
FOB SALE Lot 100xlG5 3 good
houses splendid investment. Price
right. See owners 408 South Third.
FOR SALE Me; ion piano
condition reasonable l-rii.e.
1 40.'? or 310.
FOR SALK --Let .i u.; .' 3 good I
houses - splendid Investment price!
right. See owner 40S S. 3rd. ll-ti-lint
-Good' Franklin c
ir. D. i
FOR SALK 200 acres 5 miles east
of Tuttle on Coles creek on Ozark
Trail; an ideal hog and stock farm.
Karl Barton. Phone 78 Chickaslin
FOR SALK Overland roadster.
$275. Ford roadster. Apply City i
Fish Market 128 S. 3rd St. fi -2t I
FOR SALK 3
close in. Phone
no. w. ir.
FOR SALE Buick
fine condition. Karl
-Milk cow. with youdfC
10. W. H. I'atterall.
FOR SALE White Rock cokeicl
tilso fe wdozen pullets and young
anules. Verne OVJhood phoneJM5.
FOR SALE Ford tourin -r car. Hur-
ry or some one will In-at you here
with $225 cash. P G. Spilling. F
r.-ther good used c;ir values.
S 2t i
FOR PALE li i:rrds wool
ready to burn fourteen dollars d
ered any -where in city. Two 1
daily. Phone 157.
FOR SALK Three room hou-e
Oil.' S. 3rd 100 ft. fnmt. Mrs. Thur-
inan Owlcy jewelry store. 0-Ot
FOR UKNT Three room lions.' 42(1
North Fifth street. Earl Burton.
Phone 78. t;.;;t
FOR KENT Sleeping rooms; gas
heat. 121 Penn. Ave. Phono till.
FOR KEXT--2 rooms furnished or
unfurnished; modern; .Hi; Colorado.
Phone 15-18. S-'if.
room close In.
r.Ui.VI FOR RENT-ICO aero f.irm f
for rent; i:!0 acres in cultivation;
10i acres good bottom land. See C.
M. Neal 1720 Dakota avenue. S-:it
LOST - Hetwm :i Florida and Ninth
ami Ciiickasha Milling Co. one heavy
mud chain; reward. Re'turn t.
Ciiickasha Milling Co. r.;;i
LOST -S.iiui'ilay afternoon 2 ;'. S
yarda of black ::atia ami r.O yard
i).ir. rr black r.iil: tin-.' id; wrapped
in Dixie ;d or- paper. Reward.
Phone 7fl. !)-2t
LOST Tim-k tire chain .re
Bar;; it's Garage p!i;mo 78.
Paris. The chan-'iar c-f deputies cf
Hie O.-and Duchy cf Luxemburg has
decided to "Utlop-:
HEWITT FIELD 15
Riirn.unding tt lie
u.-:. re entu-ruginy
Dec. 0. Condilions
Hewitt field look
now far the opera-
tors than at ujiy ct :er 'time simo the
fie'd was fli.-covered.
The Carter Oil com-pany recently
mde a drilling cont.rat-t f n the Wood-
ruff farnu in section 15 ;VJ.2w which
I.-. BJ-inethiiiB like -a 50-50 contract and
this is a very unusual deal for one
cf these companies to mukV
These people have heretofore nev-
er faltered -about paying high -prices
far acreage they though -might be
good but such drilling contracts" have
been unknown before. This evident-
ly uneans that -tin; Standard people
-realize that Jle wit: oil will he i e 1-
ing i.4 a price that will pay them ii:
develop properly on such -a basis.
There fs a. gene -nil feeling among
tile men cf the oil fraternity tl-.-iii
Hew. tt crude wid go to $2.5(1 a bar.
lei rtiliis winter -and it is nut unlikely
that itliis price will he reached before
ilo first cf the year. The field
opened at $1.20 -a ly-.-rrel. In one leap
it went -to. $1.75 a barrel and there
is likely to bs another advance by
-'.he lirr-t of L'.ie ye:.:- :V..at will take
it to $2.25 and pas ibly to J2.5ti.
Texas company Lain:: NlIcii No. 1
i:i t'ae northeast . Quarter of sec tion
28 ls-2w which reaulied the top of
the vand t 2.151 feti. has ppne-t rat-
ed the pand to depth of 30 feet
and the well is making 1000 barrels
or better. This is the farthest south-
west well in Ithe fiild. and it ii in:
god as any weil that has been
'brought in at Hewitt ana lends 11111:5a
ta owners on tiie 1
NEW ENGLAND GAME
!tu -' .
Pi.pt'oii' Dec. 9. Hundreds of for-
mer soldiers ere having 'Lh?ir first
thrills of hunting in (he wo. ills and
mountains -of New England this Tea-
son according to game wardens and
These 'officials say that with their
knowledge cf firearms gained in -the
army ninny men w :o nove: hanto.l
before - are enthu.iiactiaiiy on fi'.ie
trail cf game this ycv.r. The in-
creare in the nua.be- cf hunters and
thei.' fckiil in handling guns is -re-f-c::e(i
in the unusually large kill of
dcr a. ; sp an 1 hear.'. h i';! .
ing parMrul- rlr heavy I:: -! :.Uif
M lire Xaad cw Ila:ri.--"a.re.
I WILL SELL SUBJECT TO PRIOR
I 500 Aubyme Oil land Can $2.75
1 200 Burkburnett-CemeiU - lMd
300 Beaver Valley COc
' .10 Butty O pii and Has $27.50
While Oil nd (las
Oil State Refining .10
Central.. J'rodueofs ;
Calla Belle .$20.no
Ranola Oil and Uas..$;;ii.no
Sanders. It. M. $1.73
Ranger-Rook Island Bid
Texas-Okh. Drilling Den 0
Buy Subject to Prior Purchase
."U0 Auhyjue Oil it lias (liter
Bob White Oil and Gas 40c
Perpetual Royalty 'J0o
Depositors Oil ii Gas... l.$l."t)
Elgin Motors $'1.75
Texas and Oklahoma Drilling Orter
Oil State Petroleum $1.25
t i lUnola Oil and Gas $:12.00
Ranger Rock Island $2.2u
500 American Oil and Re-Tin $120
It will pay you to see us whenever
you wish to Imy or tell nil slocks.
CHICKASHA REALTY & BROKER-
. AGE CO.
416 First Natl. Bank Bldrj. phone 285
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS OIL
STOCKS AND LEASES.
Four-room modern house 50 foot
corner lot barn and fruit frees. Price
$150; part terms.
New fi-room modern cottage well
located close in; 00 foot corner iot.
Prleo $3250; part terms.
Two-Htory 8 ro'om house large base-
ment modern throughout ; furnace
heal 85 loot corner lot. Handily ar-
ranged for renting rooms. This is one
of llio best value:; in town l'or the
price. Would uude for smaller house.
Three-room box house on Sonlh
Fourth street paving paid out; 50
foot lot. Price $1200.
20 or 30 acres south of town on
boulevard; no improvements. Price
$150 per acre.
150-acre farm; 50 acres hottom land
in cultivation; balance upland pas-
ture. Price $50 per acre.
23 acres well improved adjoining
town. Price $4000.
. FOR RENT.
250 acre farm well improved; DO
acres in alfalfa close to Chickasha;
fenced and cross-fenced. If you want
a good stock proposition and a money-maker
see us quick. Price $1000
We are now prepared to make farm
loans on short notice. The best of
rates . and liberal appraisements. See
LIST YOUR PROPERTY VITH ITS.
CHICKASHA REALTY & BROKER-
416 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 285
CITY REAL ESTATE LOANS
In any amount; straight or month-
ly; lowest rale of interest. See me be-
fore making a loan and save money.
Phone 80. A. B. THOMPSON.
Member New Orloans Cotton
Correspondents: II. & It. Beer
New Orleans; Clement Curtis & Co..
Chicago; V. J. Woolman & Co. New
310 1-2 Chickasha Ave. Phone. 1400
Hemstitching accurately done best
operator in the state. If in a hurry
we do the work while you waR. Spe
cial attention given to mail orders.
SINGER SEWING. MACHINE CO.
DR. L. C. HANSEN
Diseases and Surgery of 1he
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Glasses Scientifically Fitted.
.'J0t; First Nalional l!ank bid"
Phone 410 Chickasha. Okla.
Want Ads brino re-
HALL & LINDSAY
For tin and sheet metal wovi
Tanks guttering end well ea
iners all kinds of repair work.
DO YOU WANT TO
-.Loans in large and
W. J. .MATTllliWS
1 0LI South Third Street
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
' Four-room house quarter block
ground on Saudi Seventh street
I paved gas and water. Price $3250
' til corner.
j Five rooms modern; Souih Sixth
'street let 75x105. I 'rice Ifl.'mti.
I Good seven room hou:-e :oi i50.2(n
I tcei ; garage barn smoKehouse fine
j cellar truit trees dandy house block
j from car line on Idaho avenue. Price
j Fine rooming house proposition;
closo in; furnace heufed; well pa-
tronized. Sua) if taken at once. In-
j One four-room house lot 50x7.";
I $850; terms.
j Lot 90 105; one six room one
two-room. Price $1250 for both;
17 1-2 acres 3 room house barn
well fenced part bog tight; ten acres
alfalfa. Price $l5no.
Ten acres good bottom land close
to city fenced.. Price $15(111; terms.
20 ai res close in well improved in
BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS.
200 acres close to Tabler biggest
snap in Grady county; quick sale;
$0.00(1; easy tonus
80 ai res close to town; well Im-
proved; snail ; $80 acre easy terms.
3(j(l acres near Chickasha; 100
acres fine bottom; well improved.
Price $75 acre; tmms.
10O ai res adjoining Tabler; im-
proved; $5000; ternm.
Cily Real Estate and Loans.
O. S. PENNY
Farm Lands and Loans.
Office 513 First National Bank bldg.
FOR SALK 20 acres improved 5
miles of Chickasha. Price $1500. 25
acres good house near Chickasha
$1000. 45 aeresi all A-l hottom- 1
mile of Chickasha $150 per acre.
100 under cultivation 25
alfalfa 4 room house
Price $.'!0 per acre. Mort-
6URETY BONUS F. KM LOAN
Room 501 First National Bank Bldg.
CHICK KASHA OKLA
REAL ESTATE FOR
ti romn house lot 50x105 all in
good shape. Price $2500. $250 cash
balance $25 per month.
Eight-room modern dwelling close
in on Minnesota ave. corner lot;
Seven-room modern dwelling barn
chicken house; lot 100x165; West
Hill. Price for quick sale $3750.
Nine-room and basement barn and
chicken house; corner lot on South
Fifth street. Price $1500; loan of
-'il'th street. Price $15 00; loan of
(i room modern dwelling; corner lot
50x105; storm cave garage. Price
Price $;l000; $5o() cash; balance
A. B. Thompson
Insurance and Loans
Just how well we are succeeding in
making a permanent patron of every
luncher who visits our cafe is evi-
denced by the fact that we were
forced to install another large steam
Have you tried our diilcious coffee?
DUXIAS & PASALIS
203 Chickaslia Ave.
All work guttianii d. Acetyleni-
welding a specialty. Call or writ
Phons PBX 10:0. or care India
Do you read the W( X
Ads for bargains?
100 acres best quality Wy.-hlta
torn land mi Main Chlckaslia and
den highway. Price
per acre if
sold by J 1 unary 1.
200 acres vxna choio ) Little
Washita bottom f.wm m':i and al-
falfa land 5-roo.ii muise barn "
wells alfalfa etc. Price $110 ;ier
good !.i'i; s in farm laiais.
Nice i room housj and lot close;
price $750 011 easy terms. Why rent?
Nice 4-room house closo in. Price
$850 on easy terms. Why rent'.'
Eight -room house corner lot dose
in. Price $1050. Easy terms. Why
Five-room modern home on Minne-
sota eve. Price $3ooii
T. H. BENNETT REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN CO.
Office Phone 334. Residence Phones
948 and 1505.
mes. r k. McGregor
Hemstitching' Picoting Braiding
and Button Holes.
At (iribi's store.
Ve carry a complete aiock ol
and repairs. Water aeVer and
ateam pipes. Prompt retention KlT-
en to repair wj'Ii
816 Coloisd.-j in
Foundry Machine irlopn Hlc
rfmlth Uoller ".Yorks. Automobile re-
pc'rlcg and u'l kinds of welding.
vV'e tave the bent equipment and
jmploy first class mecbanlca and are
ttiUi to do anything In Above line.
M. C. AND J. J. CONRAD
You Can Prevent Flu
Cleans the system and 'perma-
nently relieves CONSTIPATION
nets on the blood stomach liver
and" kidneys. Hundreds of." testi-
monials locally. $H.00 treatment
l'or f)li cents. Guaranteed.
(Next to Kress')
S. C. DUUBIN
206 Mew Tye Building
Re ford Bond' Altrer Melton Adrian Melton
Bond Melton & Melton
Room! 0!. 410 411. New First National
;bu Build us
DR. L. E. EMANUEL
Office 308 First National Bank.
Office phone 580; residence 583
We make and repair anything of
tin or galvanized steel
111 Nortn Third Ct.
Diagnosis and Internal Medicine.
First National Bank Building.
Should Be Quarantined.
Many iTi;.sicians believe that any-
one who has a bad cold should be
completely isolated to prevent other
members of the family and associates
from contracting the disease as colds
are about as catching as measles.
One thing sure the sooner one rids
himself of a cold the less the danger
and you will look a good while before
you find a betetr medicine than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to aid
you in curing a cold.
TIM! IMAMONlt RGAMl. A
VTfr-'N l-MWI A four Ir.'cul.l for A
( la- h.t. rIlinonriimiidAl
l.-i'-. sealpl with Hhie Ml.bon.Vy
TnL Ttm olhrr. JIii A roop
DruccM. Aik ot lil-(ri:vTFH
HA.iIii.vn n i:mi u.r :.
yai I no nr Hf t -3't t v; Rrlial
Are You Going to Buy a
Home? Look Over
ti-rooin modern house close 111 oust front. Price $ii2."i().
o-rooni modern house close In on i;tveJnciil. A bargain at $2000;
7-room house lot lOOxlti.i east front barn and cistern $2(iOO.
"i-rooni modern house close in; only .t2.f00.
."i-rooin modern house 011 South Kitrhth street. Prii
7-room modern house oast 1 rout on pavement. 1
lltit.) acres well improved; 100
Chickasha. Chickasha. Price $70
l!(IO ncci'S with i'oikI iniDfoveiiieiils. SO acres hotlolll.
fenced. Price .-12.00 per acre.
200 acres . 4 miles from Ciiickasha: 1 C( acres
provements. Price $7o per acre.
loll acres- 12." acres in cultivation: fair improvements;
We have farms from 20 acres 1o 2.000 acres from $2.") to l"'r
acre. So if you waul a farm or ranch don't fail to see us. We can
Kami loans n specially. Lowest lerins and rate and liberal loam.
We write Fire and Tornado Insurance. See us In-fore insuring
511 First National Bank
VACATED TO SELL
o-rooin nioderii. pliislered cisicrn jrn rafri. cement walks close in;
jiriee 2.liH); terms if wanted.
(l-l'iKinis. close in. Price l.olKI; lel'llis.
loO ai'i'i's; weU improved farm for sale rigid ; possession now.
Get the real home from JVf . B. EmCrSOU
First National Bank Building Room 404 Phone 705 or 215
Farm Lands and Farm Loans
Fine 22a acre creek bottom farm 4 1-2 miles from good town; ISO acres
In cultivation; fair improvements. Can sell this farm if sold son for $55.00
li-W acres 120 in cultivation; good house and barn well and windmill;
i miles from niiiull town; 50 acres of bottom land and some alfalfa. Price
$50 per acre.
70 acres 45 in cultivation 20 acres in pasture; 4-room house; good shed
barn granary blacksmith shop and chicken house. Fenced and cross-
inenced; 10 acres in hog pasture; cistern and well; 20 acres In wheat. Price
$G5 per acre.
80 acres 5 In cultivation 15 acre.H in pasture fi room house; fair barn
cistern well and pond; 5 miles from Chickasha. Price ?(10 peraere; good
SO acres in fine bottom land S 1. miles west of Ninnekah; nicely locat-
ed; no improvements; all in cultivation; 7 acres inalfalfa. Price $1)0 per
1(10 acres of fine hottom land 2 miles from Chic-kasha; no better land
In the VVasbila bottom. Fair Improvements; all in cultivation. Price
200 acres of "Washita bottom land; well improved; C miles from town;
good G-room house; small orchard; 20. acres of alfalfa. Price $75 per acre.
We have a number of small suburban tracts and farms that wo can sell
you on good terms also our loan proposition is the best in the country. We
can close our loans and niako our inspections out of our own office. Call
und see ns or write us your wants.
P. C. STACY & SON
205-0 Tye Puilding.
DON'T DELAY BUY NOW
Five-room house on Kansas avenue for sale at a bargain on very easy
Fdiir-ronm house on North Third streol (dose in cheap and on terms to
Three-room house east front on North Third street on easy terms and at
Five-room house big barn orchard cave well half blocK of ground will
sell for $4500 or trade for farm; possession given at once.
I have three modern 5-room houses close in at $2500 each; nicely fin-
ished and on easy terms.
If you want a beautiful new 5-room bungalow and on easy ..-rms we have
it; we have sold more new bungalows this year than any one.
LOANS We have more money and better service and cheaper interest
than anybody; call and talk it over.
BUILDING AND LOAN SAVINGS-If you can spare a few dollars each
month or have a little money saved up that is not earning anything our
company will help you nicely on it. Mr. K. It. Smith will call at your home
or place of business and explain it to you if you can't come to the office.
LIBERTY BONDS We pay the highest market price for Liberty Bonds
and pay you for them here in the office.
INSURANCE We write Fire and Tornado Insurance and will appreciate
any business intrusted to me.
Messrs. John Stiles and W. W. Duncan are connected with the office and
will appreciate any business givn them as well as myself.
A. 1!. COCHRAN
Room 205 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 7!I2 or .176
One' lot ladies hats $2.95
:?.!)." Crepe do Chine Toddies $2.95
)r7..")il (leorpette Blouses $5.95
.t29..0 all wool serine Dresses $19.50
$:!)..) all wool scrjro Dresses $29.50
Nesbitt's Style Shop
Try a Little Want Ad
4 miles from
40 acres hog
bottom; fair im
Bldg. Phone 280
Still BY B2tSClSTStlRi"ftKlKE
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