The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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1MH day of Auciut liM, or the uia
petition will taken as true an«l
judgment for divorce will be render-
• l accordingly.
Hampton & St-If,
Attorney it for Plaintiff
.1 D PKNN'HAKRR
Clerk District Court
(First published July t-3t * )
Notice of Final Settlement.
8iate of Oklahoma. Canadian coun
In the county court of said county,
in the matter of the estate of WUlitui
Notice is hereby Riven that C F
Cioos. the duly appointed; qualified
and acting administrator of the estate
of William Goster deceased, has ren
dered and presented for settlement
and filed in this court his final ac-
count and report of administration as
such administrator and that Saturday
the 2"th «!a> of July. l'JOS. the aatnd
being a d.n* <f th? regular t* r 11 of
Billy Itik Hart Fram Alaska fir a
•horl Visit With Friandt.
W. T Peeks, clerk of Silas II
Iteid's district court at Yalde*. Alas
ka. is here for a short visit with his
old neighbors. He has been in Chi*
ca;o and NVw York for some time
Oil legal business, and will depart to
morrow for Alaska Mis. Beeks who
is visiting home folks in Missouri,
w ill accompany him on hU trip north-
ward. Mr. Beeks says that Judge
Held w ill be in El Keno in a few days,
and that upon his return to Alaska
he will be accompanied by his wife,
who is now visiting iu Chicago.
Mr. Heeks say a that the El Henoltes
in Alaska are all well ami doing
well AI McDonald is deputy district
clerk, with headquarters at Fairbanks.
CSuy Geraghty is court stenographer.
Ills Honor Silas and Mr. Beeks make
their homes in Yalde/..
i ling t«
e of Yat
T. Marsh. Mid slater of Mm. * F
Wilton. died yesterday at hf % nan
north of Calumet.
Iu police court, yesterday. Jucilua
Thomas pleaded guilty to a charge of
st- allug coal, from the Rock Island
yards, and was fined sixteen dollars,
w hlch he paid.
Many an KI Reno married man will
have to do an over time stunt In ex-
plaining. when his better half in the
wee small hours of night frisks his
pockets and hauls forth a soiled and
dirty "Merry Widow" handkerchief.
Mrs. L. O. Higgins and sons Ray-
mond and Harold, will leave tomorrow
morning for a two months visit with
home folks at Portland, Indiana. Mr.
Higgins will accompany them as far
as Oklahoma City.
N \V. Evans, election inspector for
the Fourth ward, has office and books
iu the city clerk's office. The books
are now open and vot< is can register
at aa\ time un to nine o'clock on the
ys < i
.4 l y.
we'd like to infuse firn«!y into >our ir.ini'; "Moon construction
is in a class by itself- and the moderate selling price makes ri^s that sell
Every part of the "MOON" is good-bet' er than the ordinary. Every piece
of steel is wrought stool. Every piece of wood used in construitionis tough
straight graiaed wood, ot best quality.
And that plugless body. We've said considerable about that body lately
and it gives us much pleasure to know that many people are realizing the
advantage of having a buggy with a god It cj, one that looks well for)ears
after others of .he same age are disfigured by ugly spots on side* and corners
We invite you to come and see them. We
have just received a car load of best grade
Standard Binding Twine, that we will sell
at a low price. I
Of F.L RENO %
to the ace
In t. stini
unto s« t in;
of said co
ony whereof. I have he
r hand and affixed the b
urt on this 30th day
H L. Fogg. County Jud
First Published July S ilt w )
State of Oklahoma. County of Can
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given, that letters
of administration in the estate of
Matilda C.ierhart, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned by the
county court of the county of Cana
dian, state of Oklahoma, at El Reno,
on the 2f>th day of June, 190S All
persons having claims against said
estate are requested to exhibit the
same to the undersigned at his place
of business, 120 South Rock Island
avenue, in El Keno, Oklahoma, for
allowance, within four months after
the date of this publication with
accessary vouchers, or they will he
forever precluded from any benefit
of • a «1 estate; or said claim may be
filed in paid county court.
L. O HIGGINS, Administrated
J N. ROBERSON, Attorney for
ROBBED WHILE ASLEEP.
Da.sy Walters Robbed of $7.50 gonu
At Depot Last Night.
them so. Those that have known me
for the last 16 years will tell you
that 1 do as I agree.
Call and see me at 215 South Hick-
ford Ave., El Reno.
E. H. SWANKE.
A Mamoth Jack, will stand the
season at Brick Barn El Reno
Both are hig grade registered
animas and " reeders should
call and inspect them.
W. H. Martin Owner, Sterl Jones Caretaker
Low Rale Of Interest
204 South R >ck Island'Ave.
FARMER'S FEED YARD
C O. Shaw Proprietor
Comfortable St'ibles .Plenty
Feed. GooJ Water.
(First published July 2, 1908) 3t
State of Oklahoma. Canadian County,
I the District Court of said County
O. E. Ansley, plaintiff, vs. A. H
Ansley, Defendant. No. 3400.
The State of Oklahoma to A N
You are hereby notified that you
have been sued in the District Court
within and for the County of Canad-
| ian, in the State of Oklahoma, for
Divorce on the grounds of abandon-
ment and must answer the plaintiffs
petition filed herein on or before the
| 13th day of August 1908, or the said
petition will be taken as true, and
judgment of divorce will be rendered
M. Fulton, Att'v. for Plaintiff,
J. D. PEN"N'EBA KER,
Clerk of the District Court
(First published July 2 1II0S. I 4t-w,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
(First Published July 8-3tw.)
State of Oklahoma, Canadian coun
ty. the district court for said
John J. O'Donnelly plaintiff vs. A
I.. McDonald, et al., defendant.
The state of Oklahoma to A I..
You are hereby notified that you
have been sued in the district court
within and for the county of Cana
dian, in the state of Oklahoma, and
must answer the petition filed therein
by plaintiff John J. O'Donnell in an
action to foreclose real estate mort
gage covering forty nine and 70-100
acres of land which is a part of the
S E quarter of section 10, township
p2 N. R. 7. W. I. M. Canadian county,
Oklahoma, on or before the 22nd day
fit August 1908, or the said petition
w ill be taken ' 3 true, and judgment
in the sum of thirteen hundred dollars
with interest thereon from the t!th
day of June, 1907 at eight per cent
per annum will be rendered accord
.1 X. ROBERSON, Attorney for
A tt« st:
.1 I). PENNEBAKER, C'l rk of til
i First PublHI • I July v t vv i
NOTICE CF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
A iad> by the name of Mrs. Dais>
Walters, who was on her wav with
her two children from their forniei
home at Butler, Mo, to their future
home at Weatherford was robbed some
time last night of $7."i0. She said
that it was taken while she was
asleep and that she did not notice
the loss until this morning when she
started to go to the hotel for break-
fast. I.ast night after she had gotten
off the southbound train and had gone
into the depot to rest, she said that aj
young man came to her and asked
her ill! sorts of questions and tried to
he very friendly. She said that lie
was gone about a half an hour or so
and when she asked liini where he had
been he said that he had been on the
hack platform, (meaning the one on
the east side of the depotl. She did
not think anything of It, for then she
diil net know of her loss
When she discovered the loss, how-
ever. she telephoned for the police and
the young man was called and search-
ed. It was found that he also had
$T r.O In his pockets, but the money
consisted of different coins than that
which was taken from Mrs. Walter's!
pocket book, and the lad was let go
Mrs. Walters had her ticket through, s,re,'t
tn Weatherford, but no mone\ to buy f
food for her children or self and a
traveling man w ho w as also waiting I" op < 1
for a train showed his generosity by
givrng the lady a livn dollar bill The
robber has not yet been found.
(col'i I ft todn: for .Mont-
t.y. Mo. Where lie will be
married, lie will leave then with his
bride for a visit with home folks in
Illinois before returning to this city
where they will make their future
Mrs. Mattle Vandiver. wife of V. I..
Yandlver, died this morning, la the
sanitarium at Norman. The body will
arrive here this evening, and the fun-
eral will occur tomorrow, with inter-
ment 111 Red Rock cemetery Mrs.
Yandlver was taken from this city to
the sanitarium about ten days ago.
Mr. an.I Mrs. Frank Waldo, Mr. and
Mrs It 11 Forest. Mr and Mrs. Tom
Ahl>ott and Theo Price are on a camp
hunt on the river above Darlington.
The\ are evidently meeting with suc-
cess, as they sent In three hundred
pounds of channel cattish this morn-
ing. to he distributed among friends.
[ The prospects now are that east able
residents will soon hove sidewalks
! along their streets. Walks are now
J being constructed on Jenkins street,
' leading eastward to the St. Louis,
1 i:i Keno and Western right of way.
I and that road and the Kock Island
I have promised to immediately build
I walks across their property on that
Property owners east of the
tracks say that they are ready to con-
•truct walks as soon as the railroad
SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1908.
Winfleld Haggard is taking hi the
ball game at Oklahoma City today
between the Meta and Topeka.
K. Neablt and Lee Wilson are tak-
ing in the sights at Oklahoma City
John Jones, the negro who broke
Into the Kerfoot hotel dining room
Thursday night, and stole a loaf of
bread, was fined fifty dollars in police
court, yesterday. When asked if lie
could pay the fine, he replied: "Hi:
boss, ef I *r done had fifty dollars, 1 d
a been a eatln* pie and chicking,
'stid of stealin* a measly loaf of
The county commissioners will meet
•xt Monday as an equalization board,
' and on Tuesday for the transaction
Vina Hard> went to Oklahoma of the regular business of their office
to visit with I persons who feel aggrieved at the as-
aensor's valuation of their property
should be on hand Monday to regis-
ter their kick with the board, as that
will be their only opportunity.
City this afternoon
Miss Bertha Rohkar and Mrs. A. J
Gerrer and daughter Louise are visit
ing friends at Oklahoma City today
Jose ph Lowe returned today
business t lip to Oklahoma
Word was received here today that
Yukon will send over a big delegation
with their ball team tomorrow. Yukon
gives it out cold that tlp-y 11* lieve they
cf the City Hal
Insure in the St. Paul F. & M
is. Co., St. Paul, Mill. It writ
le best farm policies on cart.
Canadian Co., Agef.t,
DAN G. HART.
Office of Frank Meyer.
i exibit th in tc
R. W. Pegues
with tie necessary vouchers
otfice No. 217h W. Grand Av
, ami tn; t
it are r
aid und t-
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Have Money to Loan on Good Farm
Work done in the nidst prompt and
careful manner. Facilities unexc -!1
I MAKE AND REPAIR HARNESS.
With years of experience in making
an.l repairing harness you can depend
on m> workmanship. Of course you
can get harness made and repaired
by others perhaps just as good per-
haps not. When I am through with
a job there is no perhaps about it.
I can sell you my best home made
harness machine stitched $33.00, hand
sewed $38.00, good britchen $4 ">0,
I air best team c< liars
ti. i ity. jKla., for allowanc
t*.:n * x mouths from the date
i in* ur t pnblicatirn of this notice.
J. K. W. PEGUES, Executor.
(First published June 25)-3t.
State of Oklahoma. Canadian
County, in the District Court for said
P. W. Nungester, plaintiff, vs. Mary
C. Nungester, defendant.
.The Ptnte of Oklahoma to Mary C
pair best I Nungester.
Notice is here] y given ti
and acti. g administrator of
of ( A. Williams d> < east .1
den i and present d for
and fib <1 in this court hit
count and report of his «
tion as such administrator and that
Saturday th« 2£th day of July, 11)08.
the same i ng a day cf th • regular
term of sa d court, to-wit; The July
term. A D.. 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m
of said day, at the probate court room
in the City of El Reno, in said county
of Canadian; has been duly appointed
by said couit for the settlement of
raid account at which time
ari\ one Interested in said
nd f'l" bis except i
est :i t«
Stewart of that place.
Misses Margaret and Rose Clark,
who have been visiting with friends in
this city, left for their home in Deni
scrn, Iowa today.
About fifty soldiers from Fort Riley,
Kansas, passed through El Reno this
mominst enroute to San Antonia to
attend the rifle contest at that place.
A. Johnson who has b°<
1 itives and friends in ti
;nir 1 1
ie bett ♦
inteiir t> am in
. p<M t to ia
her hand, the
M t v\
where he rep-
ant position with t
ciation of Milwaukt
to that city from Di
resented Wisconsin Elkdom In the na-
tional convention. The glad hand was
extended to him by many old-time
friends in El Reno.
Jensen and Newland report two ex-
tensive real estate transfers which
were closed up y« sterdav. They sold
to C H. DsWaide of Oklahoma City,
lots 15 and 1*5. ^n block 1T. . in the
original town of El Reno; lots 7, 8,
II and 12 in bin
8 in block 1,
1- Waide will
t m 1 > s. Th. v
DeWa :de four
en of Wad *
J. M. HARK'N.
111 W. Hayes St. EI Reno, Ok
I will malv.
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