The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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T)r. Ru>hl amd Tom Black. of Pied-
mont. were in El Reno on business
H. T. Santds nas moved into the
JliaiBivtliiidhim residence 011 Scuth
A genuine twister ipa^ed through
Kansas last Friday, doing consider-
able damage but no lives aro report-
Mrs. \\mTum*«Ha. wWo resides on! H«n«tas In «.« window ot .lolm De' Twwity thousand <Wia™ worth of Ho« ^
route three, was a pleasant 0alter at 'Lama's of.fd*-e is a sample of corn Wal'a s «ed raised and warseted by | 1 have a registered Poland China
tihe Amerw'an sattdfcum Wednesday' pndwn on Hhe farm orf Diek Saunders, one man, is the record of Canadian male hop fy>r inquire at my
and renewed her subscription to this we*rt of tihe tiiy. t/his year a-md he sivys County .lohn Pet roe, .n*t Momlay, h f lh<? oomplwg
i«Hie .WttM will yield a* l«ust tarty tailed a tram load of aJfalta seed to " • * . u.rMr
'bush.'Is to the mre, ami flhe quality 01 Reno and at one sale raked in LI Reno, Oklahoma. Joe MeOJaJtr.
ThP clerk-S picnio at Glllett's Grove f tfiie sample to certainly fine.
ls .no today. All places of business
closed' and everybody has turned out Fred llarima will go to his farm in '
eight thousand dollars and then are
1 eager buyer* waiting to take tihe
w.lacfle twenty thousand dollars wortti.
e.kxsecl' MM evenyooay mas turned wa 'i«.«nu$* «... in Cm-id* <> mt\ or n n a r r r r i A ii k i
for a great time and they are having Roger Mills County soon, that is. 1. t h <-, unn in ok :-ihoma ' . an PDOFF ^ S I 0 N A I
it good and plenty. fhe ..<*-« - clear, and the danger* * o <i ; ^ to U„abom a win fRUl LJ JlU UrtL
oif fever and ague go glimmering. «" 1 K< « 1 n* ,
r->_t 1. ..11 #i>a finiA am .i-.oo iiivtsm 'lias mailt* enous i ot! • ~ .1 m .1 -<
Tihe El Refiio C.un Club loot Their
hanm out art. tllie camp last Friday
Ligihitnlntg sfcrnick frt anul fire consum-
ed the stnurffure amid two 'horses that
Freti shook all the time Qie was down ,lKIS "la"lv , , , , ...
1W tihe Inat ttm • and 'he n.ver stay- w to pay for Ms land. and thl.. In
1 ed over n.igiht at all.
the dron*h that sjtne people
tmy ha- ruined Oklahoma, and we say
is all bosh, be a use his farms are no
Campbell and better than hundreds otf oilier- It's
J. C-. Xomtfli, A. J.
W. 0. Geary, of Valley U iw 11 ship. management, work and ju lguw.11
nr. tllaltcher and tihe stork are d-nore over to K'l Reno l«-si We«lnes- juat jjke jn every other bn- ness.
st U bu-sy, 'anfd la-t Friday morning day aai'd we enjoyed a bn.ef but ,dh:I1 ^a,nmd Hill the yea-r und, he
I p. ItVRKI It ltlM/rv CO. <
We Try t«> Please. <
Come and S*'** I s. <
Rooms ti and 7, I * tube lluildhif: •
hr ^tht. and earlv they left a fine boy pleasainft vi-.:t ai the Anguine during r h, one f tihe r.n 1 autos
M:s>i newsle FareuBoii is cIctuiik1 ■'mi-'w at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. the ncmn hkiu'r. Ilhny rnv all snh- oiaiafcomwi and ha anotlicT in the
In'the popular grocer* wtnhWsJunenf -lames TOomi.son, 114 8. nth Roberts BtamttaJ oiMje.M of the .-.wnfcy and ,tal.n r„„«U and yon
or O C White next >toor ;o the avenue. wore in B1 Reno im business. duu-t hear him kicking aliont the
Xmaii:-aiii office.' I I . dato'itl. ar any other oldng, he Just
! Mi's. Hamry l^fhrnscm, w^ho has j ^ Line, imo o<f Cem-adian smile-. *\i a - wv.i.i a^..
Air. and Mrs. Pettiffrew aire hotnie « !nag«* of the millinery department of county's pdoneeir*. has sokl his farm
from a delightful visit at the old the Fry be rger ^tore, departed Tiles- near Cement to tite El Reno ainnl Ok- There *p..nis to be bad ..1 od be-
(hlame in Mlseour1 and bhey report a day for eastern markets where she lahoma City Interurban; Railway twe.o® tihe lo.al otffi-ers n;nd the state
pleasant visit. will puinohase tihe stlork for that bs- Compuny and we do not know what enitort-e 11 -i>r oiUfl * ; Unrr u .out t'.ie
tabisftimenit. cur good ifWetfd I 'iae vo-mtenipki^ ~ state and the chief of the atnfp en-
d flag, but. wo surely hope he will farenmeat officers has been making
Our ®00id' ifrtOTUa nr. '. E. Rnhi remain here. .two memy at.tihe wwlJl'""*"
and \Vm. MoNinoh of fledanont were !wati'djr city and neitther the public.
in i'.i Ren Sntiixday on bus:,mess olLT ni,| subaPanua! (rfend r.nd com
amd we enjoyed a pleasant visit with ri„„ rvwkwwMl.of Piedmont, , ^ pr|aJ homa.
lilt. K. H. CI.ARK
Pliysleian Mid S :rge< «
Rooiiin 1 and 2, Ki t National
Phones: Offlre. 28; Res., 420.
Rny it now. Now is tihe time to
buy a bottle of nhaimiberladn's Oolic,
Oholera and D'anrlhoea Remedy. It
is aftnii i;t certain to be needed bofoo e
the smmmjer is over.
we enjoyed a pleasant v'.fit with d# ,. OovkeWdali..
n a- usual. Somehow w have raJ(, Ca||) tVw.^CT., Hi s
I First Published .Inly 7-7wl
iirouivil S.TMMO\S 11V l*l'lll.lOATK>N.
the County Court within and
Oar rfdau.-fcntUI f«"' 8""e °k'"i
we are carrying in stock a large sup-
ply of the very ch01sest red turkey seed
wheat. shipped in from kansas, and will
sell the same for seeding purposes at ab-
solute cost to ourselves or will exchange
for good no. 2 milling wheat, bushel for
bushel. without charge. terms cash.
CANADIAN MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
wiil-m pla-e in our heart for the ab|e „, 1>att!(, wlUl tho element* "'v' .raid itand p'l v,"that,
Miss (Watitie FWgusom, of Minco, good p('t:'1>le "f U'a' >• and nic.squitos of tihe far south and |„ ,,,
Tv.hio has been visitlnK'her cousin here f.,,„ii„ wants to «ci to 1-loK.da and take njg R) Rf.nn proppefl, alonu the even
tor eomie .«mie, returned to her home' WMte and family stai ted Pt,iai,u.ea wMli the thiousands of others ,.r h„ way. tllie C- an and
test Tuosdau- Tuesday for a visiit iw Iowa. OheUr otd thia,t iU.0 taking advantaxe 01 the orderW and nio-t law-abldinc 8
I Ihor.ne and iwe trusit tl.iey w4H en.joy liberal I'fers there for land. . . , tihe aNte and never was it
the trip Bind visit at tllie old home- | ^ 5 flxim |m.mnrality in Its his-1
. 'H a niH a.m'rvntr t hw P"Vii«lliAnr lakf^W , , , ... _ „j
Bill 1'Runner, tihe FM Reno Inventor, tory as at the present time and its
jiiar-. tieen h^amd fixiim. and 'he is in eleanline^ is due to the work of the
at. Ijoulla binil'd/i'ng- his now auto wllttih county and city offix-ials. Stick a pm
t mr tiii« imvemitlion attaefhmont wlhdeh ex- tiherc
J. W. Mahe*, general manager of ^ ,nmotniou'n e a very onank,
flortihb • Wcih< e*inowid iwilwwe prla-|homa. | I'First Pub. July 28, 1911—3w) fu-l o?ci>o«iitfon west of tihe Roc.klo*.
still thinks be (]^y s(>f>Mls t(> l)0 fm l;ne> their | The Ranking Board of the State of NoHro uf sale of IVrwinal Property pr®miS£VI
Oklahoma ami .1. n. Lank ford,
Rank Commissioner, Plaintiffs,
I nder Tax Warrant
Miss Batonie Wheeler of Okenna, Is
a guest iof Uier Hiater, Mrs. Claude
Heneley, amd we trust her visit may
be a deU^lntful one.
Our good friend Henry Vosey, ^ine
or Oanadmu counties progressive
ifar.mers, «was in K.1 Reno Saturday and
we acknowledge a p<k?asan|t call.
Mt. and Mrs. Wr4ndle aire home
from a visiting tour of Iowa, Ne-
braska and South nakota, and they
•certainly enjoyed the trip and visits.
Wm. (5ood. one of the Rock Island
engineers, was called to the family
ihoane at IBi*ookfield, Mo., last Mon-
day by a telegram ann'Mining the
deatill of his father.
\V. J. Fiftzgerald is hro-king after
) Ihcs .Painni near Little Rack, and we
ihoipe line may find everything brisk
tihereaboutf and that 'IVks farm has
stead and among the excellent lakes
tthait alboumd in Chat excellent com-
fuerteaiiced anteiiwth pmonknin
vaikiatble iiniiprovetiH'ait over aniv thing m<i; >?fl . but j
to be tihe most interesting and auc-
msiful, iioniSiidenin*g the imoney out-
N'tkti e is hereby igiveu that by j^y ever held anywhere.
vintue of a tax wanraiut i>eued out of "" ~
Remington and Judson Rem-' the offtice of ilh <V unity Tea urer In | (ipliirwt. iPub. Antg. l>-4«w.)
Ingt^n, Defendants. iand floir Canaddain coun't>-, Ok.laihfotma, UK IT lOKMFMlRKRIOn:
The Slate of Oklahoma to S. H. Rem- on the 5th day of luly, 1911, and Uhat hereltJQlPone tiwi't an a ----
Inffton and Judson Remington.' ,„mH.K to to my hands as the Sheriff
nefendants: j ol said Canadian Qoawty on said <l(j ^hamselvea togiertlher as a <*o-i*nrt-
Don'i taike tllie word of a | you and each of you are hereby aale said tax w arrant being Unued neivilKip in fllue meivanKJille business
bootlegger, or a scandal
park cleaning and beautifying at the " [clean go'veirnnreai at - time
Chunch Tuesday ej-eniag and ft surely 1 (1|]w (.antel0 ever came on
is an ewaimtptle well wortHiy of «m>kt- ^ R1 R0n<J market th4n the „urren YOl Mt'ST COWISS
1 (reins t/liait were grown this year by ^er using Hal' s Texas W'on.l. r for
I _. ,. . . j tlo,.,„e „ W*. K. Movers «-n tihe Rl'ake Pann five Kiidniey. Bladder and Rheumatic
llSTLiiS1«S5?Tj"^,5Slmll™nortn.w tBfKl.Rero. 'Mr. Mej- trouih'.e that It lias men It ci.cs
Maui r. and ■ mjiohimia ers is fammimg an Inrlsaited tract of quick and permanent re]-.< ! Seldom
S«S,rt. I1"* ur "*W 1 ™"- U^Wefans ... ■ Writ.* for
Ci^T WedmMda,yto wltnerathe.game, Iwcail lnarfcM wi,h tl,e ,. ,,a,iu«il.*ils. In*. R W Hall,
a*nrt report a fine time and a good ^ tomatopa, and ^ jj,;, Mo. Sold by all drtiRal-ts.
other garden truck. He als > has a
fine bag patoh of onions that are go-( IMVISIOX <)
r .'MbUfon d
logger. or a '-anaa. n<,tlfled ,hM vm] have been sued in to sati-itlv the tnxm due sii«d Cana- >n mine I K> of Okwnohe. in tihe State
^u^e'r.i'e'nien ^jthe above enti'lled curt by the plain- „ Oklahoma, from tihe Rl Zl TreS
always will That's a| t:Its herein to recover the sum of Reno AlfaJifa Milling Company, and ., | rttocli of GmocerleB. I>ry
inebody will make and jjOB.lO, together with an additional tho -nine comnnaiwHng me t*> make Hoods ami Wntllons. Iluy an.<l sell
sell Win.xJ.vk* W.;..: *k« 1*1 * as ions «*j of ,2- 00 as attorney's fees, and from Whe r.nl eetwte, gooda and chat- Farm Produce amd or.ctasl'onialilijr ship
IS -ha, said suit is based upon the exe-Jtels aid B1 l.eno AH^lfa Ml,,- C.1
tllie El Reno Mutual Fine Insurance
Company, departed Wednesday on a - uee; ^ wlhklll tnanafere the ytourseff. .
business trip itlh/rougjh fthe eastern |lhe ba ,k to from,t full. an«l tihey alwriy^ will. That's a| , ffs herein to recover the sum of Reno Akfafcfa Milling Company, and H ^neral at<K.u of cknocertes, I>ry
part oT the state. axles 'wlhtenievwr nece?aany, on* 'hioid« 't ctn< b. and somebody will make and $296.10, together with an additional the ame eonnnianting nie to make (loKi/ds and N'otiJoiis Buy and sell
ion botlh axles. We centiaii'iiil y hope sell tan.,?*.-leg w hii-kty ju r as long as;
The members of the Christian a nvidlion in it far the El
Ohurch did a flno Jrib of lawn and man.
.b,^n profi.ta.ble thte year of drouths., ^ Puinri Cree,t ,has beeIl w,aeed
. .. _ . and tra/ffic again resunie.i. These
Miss Rnnby-Morriis Rrofwn is enter-, n.ro oxpen- ive .propositions
talining largo audiences at the Lyr.c: aud W01lld ]lU7t7^ ti,e agitator who
this week and is receiving deserved til.-;nks be |<no,*Vs all about railroad's.
and entlhusla-stlc receptions at every .
appearance. ^ nBh-v (naj?je (>f diarrhoea can.
j. D. MiUlec, wrtt/ing Ws brother as a rule, lie cured by a single dose
•iing to be iwout'h a fet of money when
Whey are full grown.
m tthia/t of menthants.
M J. HUNTER,
A LZADIA tflTNTKR.
N'(«w in nvy ivesenice tihe abov
mimed p«iit.tes flo rae peraooa/
cutlon and delivery of a certain ln« Company the sum of $S4.44, tax-
promissory note made, executed and os for tihe year lit 10 and the further
delivered by tJlie said defendants, S.' sum of $9.04 as penalty, fees and
H. Remington and Judson Reming- costs there* ® I, did pursuant to tax
ton. on the 20th dny of Novembel .! wanramt, amd by t.he autlhority there- |(™wll to lw the identical parties/
1910, to the Rank of Commerce of of, and to satisfy the same, upon the «oc©*.uiUid the foiegfHWng <o<mipia(<
Geary, Oklahoma. ) 24'th da.y of July, 1911, levy upon peiurod before me personally and ea i
You are further notified that the all the Hglhite, title, inteirea and claiiim
plaintiffs have filed their affidavit in lege* and equiiitable, and of any na-
tihenu' lve-s iurknowledged t'he •
anion of tihe same to be their free
and voluntary aot and d ne for the
ttiere tel'ls of tlie splendlid showing
♦ he Oklahoma autoii«ts made at. the
grand painade at Ooloi'a/do Springs
re<-eiitly J. 1>- is at tihe favorite W"
fiort and took part - n Che p-rurad"
cif Ohiaim'lxirlaflnt's Col'«*, Cholera and
Dtianilboea Remedy. This remedy
•lias ao 'Fiufneir:ioir for l>ci\vel no.ni-
plainta. Fcr ?«>e by all druggists.
agiai :i re-\" \ < I ' "
vHrn of t he <ia
mair'no- •. ji irth ;
has j order of attaehn
i property, t w
' j section L'S, twp
A+ U J
an tnre wtiaitsooven* oif tihe wuld El Reno ptirixwe exiprewsed tWemein.'.
• „'i ibout vv 1 "V^"' ^ana<'^an County, Okla
ti fierce j owned by the said defendants, S. li
ta*:«-. i'ii" | Remington and Judson Remington.
\ I has neon levied upon and attached
hind is now held under attachment
. and. late for
went. He Own templates selling out
his in.teestts in Roger Mills County and
aeitbli ng in C^rva! s, Oiregj m«.
Bfg-heatred. w hole-r-ouled. Fred
Harms, its ban k from lite two months; Q^tih se tlrtins are
tnikp tbrciuffh t'he west and the An- it , j,e di-usisioi
aMnle bunch gave him a iiiearty wel- i,n imamv parts of t.l
c-onue. Fined pal-dd mi * ! of ids time , 4. , u.,
in Oregieni' and is w ••!• -plea-ed with ju.
the opMornunitW^ there, although he re_^u, ,*;0,n < n that issue and .his mi *
Pound business dull everywhere he;t0 w- j j,,. Texas for v ' --'ion." | pro eetling
The or ni9tit«itlo,n cf th state *;i« tion of t h 1« case and t.
framed iwtlt/h fhe im'tention of ulti-
maite'v making four state- otf the.
terrl'tony included in tiliat airea and the I "!,l(
eleotion^ thweon were tihree n nnni-
'ber. ea'-'h ibeung 'brief. The fir.-t and
se.', n:d paved the way to a division
of the Republic, and U'(> third; which
follows, cover-i t'he ground upnn
wlbi h tllie preseffi.t agitation i^ ba ed.
The third prOVtision read"
"Thi.nd. New states of conven-
ient size, nt t exce« i-'ng four in num-
)>e. in addiit.i n to t-airt State of
Tola's and ih'avin.g suPf(i'.-iient i> >p i-
la'tton. may her. .v!" r, by ' lie . on- j ^
or - I. I sitaite. >. ' .rni' i out o. ; . j ftnfj jntore-t on sa'd not
the tenru'tory t!he/i« .r w'h:*<h -hall b"
eiiiUt,!cil to admis on uttder tiie pro-
viMiCna oif tftie -fe.loral <•< -n . i .; Hi.
And su h staves na-v be formed
oivt -If that, pc-nt:o I • .• srt 1 i e- (' •
ly'vcr abonit :?6 di • >ie^ 30 minutes
tnorUli l«it:.tude, commonly known as
thh MissiLiuiti . t.mpronn <• I ic. •an'.l
be admitted Into the Uiu.-'n, with
j or 'iitlinont slavery as the people of
eaidh i-tato askiiiig ada'; -iun nt.• l>
rtlr-i v :nd ti fiuoil si iute or states
ais shiall be foimied out o : aid terri-
t?nry rtonih Hf wul M - r.uri compro-
Tir-e !.'ne, s.laverv or involuntary si<r-
vfitnde (except for or;me) Shall be
n/!fa M Ming Co'ivpanv, has,in and
vim riiwd property
rTli'- l"nin buildiiiig of th
\ 1 faHiffl ^^Uii'iJW Oom.pau<
ed on lots 12,
block 4 7 In the
13, 14," 15 and !C
•iiy of El R<■ 11• , Cai
S' ilnf*. ri'iH'iri and swoum to l>efore
m I'h'i the nub day of duly. 1911.
I W. WIEDEY,
My « om.in4ission expires April 17th,
subject to the dlapoBl-,a,llKn foi n«y, Oklalioiina.
such Judg-' ^n,l hy virtue of aaiid writ and
ments, orders and decrees a« may be ~il^ 1, vy. ' ^ball on the IBt/h day of
the above entitled court !n : A..K..8t. 1911, at the hour of 10:00
this case | oVnlwk a. m. if saiid day at tihe front
You are further notified that lin.| >W «.if «he count .htouw. In the , lty^of;
Rl Reno. Oklahoma, proceed to sell
lees you answer, appear
cept or demur to tihe plaintiff's peti-
tion filed In the above entitled court
on or before the 19th day of August,
A. n. 1911, said petition will be
taken as confessed and true and
judgment will be rendered against
n the sum of $290.10 as prin-
| an additional sum of $25.00 as attor-
ney's fees, and for costs, and the at-
tachment. in said case will be con-
firmed and the property held subje t
t said attachment will be sold to
satisfy the judgment so obtained and
J O. RRKIJER,
(Seal) Clerk of the County Court
plead, ex- j Oklahoma, pro -ew w mhii
the rig/his, title, interests and claim
of the said El Reno Alfalfa Milling
Company, In the said above described j
property to satisfy * aid t«x«n, tO'
gether witih fees for colic.-ting same,
with (penalty i< «n the piinelpal amount,
at ttlie rat*' of 1 S per cent per annum
and the a. <• riving costs of levy and!
sale, at public aution to the highest t5<:
and best bddder for cash.
Dated this 24till day of July, 1911.
C. O. GREER
Sheriff Oaoiadiiain Co. Okla.
By H. Johnson, t'ndereheriff.
Till V AI<W\VS 8UCCEKI)
There m'ver has been an unsucc
SICMVC, VOI R MA.MIR
lue k ui akes you thtnik. You
dlonlt pe-nKl a <ilw k as ineadLLy and
< a;re'l• y a yon upend ii-ady <-ac^h.
THR CITIZEN'S WTIONAlL RANK
i that an acftMint. there would
trend to re trirt youir nending. A
«-h k bo Ic does net burn a h«ile in
youir po k< i like the artua.1 ni iney.
Sta.-t ficn a. coiunit and note hJow uiwon-
s ' (u; iy \kiii wiit I ipu i s|Hniding mon-
ey o.i what you don't nieeid.
TO < ItRIHTORS
tor- of Edwin H Bou -'
Nature would cover them with
shells, like nuts, protecting from
moisture, mildew, dirt and insects.
Just so are Uneeda Biscuit protected by
the moisture-proof, dust-proof package.
It keeps them oven-fresh and crisp, retaining
all their flavor and goodness till used.
Think it over and you will always buy
the protected kind
In the moisture-proof
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
NATURE is now in her love-
liest moot) in the woods and
lake regions of the North
and East — it's cool and green.
The streams and lakes are
teeming with bass, "muskies" and
trout and a variety of gamy fish,
worthy foemen totry the angler's
skill. There ire ti -hing, sailing,
boating and all (he pleasures you
need for health and happiness.
Good hotels and boarding
houses with rt table rates v. ill
make you com: rt able and the go-
To the cr
( belle, deceased.
The creditors of the aove named
decedent are hereby notified that the
undersigned was, y the County Court
of Canadian County, Oklahoma, ap-
pointed executor of t'he estate of said
decedenet, and that all persons hav-
ing claims gainst the estate of said
decedent are required to exhibit
them to said undersigned executor,
at his farm near Chickasha, Ola-
homa, R. F. I). No. 3 with necess-ary
vouchers, within four months after
the date of the first publication of
this notice, to-wit: from the 14th
day of July, 1911.
Dated July 10th, 1911.
El Hi A lt M'RR K,
THOMAS R. RRID, Att'y.
J. A. Hatched, President
C eo, \\ . Bellamy, Mi «d're
Arthur T March. Cashier.
om-mt H Howard, \nsi. ( asli.
The El Reno State ! ank
J A. HATCHKTT
IX KliNO, OKLAHOMA
«WO W. BELLAMY .PRANK KRA>*T
FXXKi ARTHUR T. MARC11
UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE STATE GUARANTEE FUND
(Firwt publMied July 28, - 4w.) j
State of Okiaihoma. t'anodlati Ooun-i
Want Ads. Qa rallied
In re the northeast quarter of se<
tion 6, to iwnahiip 12, range 7 W.
A.ppli<ation ha\ing been made t
the Di*tri«t Court in and for th
county and state a foresaid, on an a
ramninent of Mtle; E. T. Mai h, rej
said land, in i
See W. J.
SALK (Jentle and reliable
and furry, cheap. Mrs. E. E.
Blake, 3 20 South Roberts. Phone FOR REN
854 tf | house; also I
FOR RALE Two large lots, both for |
>225. Near R. I. depot. Perfect j have
title. |50 cash* Rev. John W.1 men makdn;
2 3 -tf
>w for sales
us. A nea
elf to be the owner of ( Dl<
e, all parties claiming;
re.st are lu^vf.ed to be
L bertyvllle, low
FOR 8ALK The S 1-t Se' IB, twp
in - is a pleasure on fcdve,*e " "" -■ " 1,1 n p,«t« « w ; sn acro ; 1 milt
ak'. k Island train. « *•' H'I W Ik i...*.* k.,4 ("UPt on s* w „f Rirhlud Price $2,500.00.
I k t"«' uinj#
i>. r A.
•>e 'ell you how
' fun \ou tan huV4
a Ifllt' monty.
J. O. Matthews
Tn kt-t Agent
title hhoul<l j
not be confirmed in and to him, the-
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BER TRADE. F« A o«. Ksftcm oi
■ clean, quick
: terested wni
1 Burd Mfg.
Monday, Augu-t 28thf 1911, at 1 ( ' Address K E Blake, Rl Reno 59-tf
;i m oI M d day, and prmM tiheir,! FOR RA1NT
FOR RENT -Five room house with plftt**. Tim.- av.-d by ki^u! « W It
Inquire 320 8 Roberta 109-tf«ti« e. careful instructors and ,vaN0 m.nU j
an aiuy. And
.4.1 oii«-v itRlNl Store building, corner stratlc s. Tools given, ti^man-d t1h«a.t
of anyone to ap|Ma.-, tlie title will „ ,, , aenian/i on«
. , .. . . ... Biekford and Wade, formerly Sick-, granted. ages Saturdayd b«.nk« and
be on firmed m and to the said E. i.} «... . ..
MK L T MARSH.
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lies Grocery Store. Call Hcnrv Schaf>;did demand f<T graduate?'romi7.e Iwwne
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The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, August 11, 1911, newspaper, August 11, 1911; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc164771/m1/3/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.