El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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■L RKMO DAILY AHBUCAK. THVKSDAY, MARCH ID, 1008.
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I How Are Your
C. R. MILLER & CO.
It costs but 10c and
will sure take out
I C.R.Miller&Co. |
•: 112 S. Rock Island :;
Lh-H"1" )'M■ "i till til l I I t
Our Building and Loan Co. will
begin making loans in El Reno
in 10 days. Let us tell you
about it. :: :: ::
Lowest Rates, Liberal Terms on
Farm Loans. Pay any time.
Fire, Lightning and Tornado In-
surance on City and Farm prop-
erty. Best agency in El Reno.
Rock Island Ave.
(1st Pub. Mch. 4.—3wks.)
Summons by Publication
State o£ oklahoma, County ot Can-
In the district Court for said Coun-
ty and State.
Western Sales Co., a Corporation,
Fish Brothers Manufacturing Co., a
The defendant, above named, Fish
Brothers Manufacturing Co., a cor-
poration of Clinton, Iowa, will take
notice that it has been sued by the
Western Sales Co., a corporation o£
El Reno, Oklahoma, plaintiff above
named, dn the above entitled case in
the district court of Canadian Coun-
ty, Oklahoma, to recover the sum ot
four thousand, nine hundred forty
and 62-100 dollars with interest at
7 per cent per annum from the 2d
day of January, 1908, for a defct
arising upon contract between plain-
tiff and defendant, a copy of which
contract is attached to and made a
part of the petition of plaintiff In said
| (1st Pub. Feb. 25—5w)
| Notice is liereby given, That in
' pursuance of in order of the County
' Court of the County of Canadian,
| State ot Oklatoma, made on the 18th
iday of February, 1908, in the matter
, of the estate of G. B. Hanson, deceas-
| ed, the undersigned, as administrator
j of the estate of G. B. Hanson, de-
ceased, will se 11 at public sale to the
highest bidder for cash in hand sub-
ject to the confirmation of said coun-
ty court, on Saturday, the 21st day
of March, 1908, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
at the former residence of G. B. Han-
!! son on the land hereinafter described,
in said county of Canadian, all the
I! j right, 'title, interest and estate of G.
! B. Hanson, deceased, and all the
! right, title and interest that the es-
tate of G. B. Hanson has or had by
operation of law or otherwise, ac-
quired in and to all the certain lot,
piece or parcel of land, situate, lying
and being in the County of Canadian,
State of Oklahoma, bounded and des-
cribed as follows, and upon the fol-
fowing terms and conditions, to-wit:
The N. E. Vt. of Section 30. Township
13 North, of Range 5 W. I. M. for
cash in hand. The proceeds of said
sale to be at the time paid into the
County Court of Canadian County
for the payment of mortgage liens
!on said lands; the first of one thous-
j and dollars and one coupon Intterest
! note of $55.00, maturing April 1st,
! 1908, owned ani held by the Derning
Investment Company and a second
mortgage of two hundred ninety-nine
i dollars and eigiity-one cents, owned
I and held by the Farmers and Mer-
| chants' Bank of Yukon, Okla. Notice
j is further given that at the time and
! place above staled the personal pro-
perty of said estate, consisting of one
I horse, (a gelding), two mares, two
mules, one binder, one farm wagon,
i one shoe drill, one John Deere 10-in
riding plow, one 12-disc harrow, two
sets double harness, one chest of car-
penter's tools, will also be sold to
the highest bidder for cash.
Dated this 24th day of February,
H. B. HANSON,
Administrator of the Estate of G. B.
Gillette & Libby, Attorneys.
The interurban trolley, which has
done so much for the farmer in hur-
rying his produce to market, and in
placing him in easy communication
with the cities' and larger towns,
now volunteers to furnish the resi-
dents of the country livtog along its
lines, with power, light and heat.
It is true that this is a movement
just started in this country but the
possibilities are such as cannot fail
'to appeal to every trolley road in
the country which passes through a
farming section and has the neces-
sary current to spare. And the far-
mers, recognising the value of elec-
tricity in their work and home lives,
will welcome with one accord the
will run the clippers for clipping the
horses or press the hay with equal
facility. The new induction motors,
which one of the many geniuses of
tin' General Electric Company de
veloped, are sparkless and therefore
absolutely sale about the farm build-
ings. They are made in all sizes
|from a twentieth of a horse-power to
| G.OOO h. p. Electric power is easily
fttached to any machine ami the mo- <|>
tors are so simple that anyone can
A vis tor among these Illinois
farmers who have "tapped" the trol-
ley transmission lines for current
will be surprised to see the ease amd
speed with which the hardest work
about the farm is accomplished.
Modern invention quickly supplied a
host of power-driven machines for
the farmer atwl all
was suitable power. The trolleys
furnish th's power and the result is "j
larger and better crops, less hours
of arduous toil and less backache.
On several of these farms the milk-
ling, separating and churning is done y
OXFORDS ARE RIPE NOW
And we [have the
neatest and largest
number of styles that
have ever been shown.
Most of ladies Ox-
fords are in the tjoltl-
en brown t olor which
will no boubt be the
popul.ir shade of the
Make it a point to see onr window which is now ;;
that was needed $ filled with the latest styles in spring footwear
We have the styles that please your eye and the • •
;; sizes and widths that fit yonr feet.
and uncertailni hired man.
The Aurora, Elgin & Chicago rail-1 nlar.hine;
way was one of the first to start a chj^ens
by electricity and the butter is hill- ..
chance to substitute the mystic pow-1 ma^et by electric ex-']]
ers of electricity for the grumbling j Mn.j-fectuivd as r .quired by!
a small, motor-driven, refrigerating
the feed for cattle and
, tun.-is chopped and ground in
campaign for new business anions niotor-driveii mills; hay is unloaded, 1
the farmers and small consumers! Btol ed aml pregged with electric
along its line. This road runs, p()vver; water is pumped aind all the
through some of the best farm land .gma]1 mai,hlnery about the buildings
i/.n the country and the farmers in from ;ile portable forge and grind
that section have proven the value °fls|0U
I Monger Shoe Store
G. Scliowengerdt, Prep.
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4-H-H-t I I ! II H-H-H t 1'I 1 ■! "I
Mr. Louis Fiene, pitcher for
to the fanning mill is motor-1 white Socks, is in California.
electricity as applied to farm worlt ^ driven. Incandescent lamps light j \y. \V. Jackman attended the re-
and many of them are now using barns, waguni houses,sheds, yards publican convention in Oklahoma
motors for threshing, grinding teed an(j €ven tjje farm bouse itself. Dur- city last week.
pumping water and a dozen and one^^ (jie rugb 0f harvest it has even j Hural Carrier Knapp has been on
(1st Pub. March 2,—5w.)
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, Land
Office at Guthrie, Okla., Feb. 2 8,
other jobs. So successful has this
ompany been in disposing of its sur-
plus current at a fair price that oth-
er railways are rapidly following its
Trolley lines were first extended
into the country districts in New
England and contrary to the proph-
esies of many an engineer the farmer
proved such an excellent customer
that the electric lines of every city
began to reach out for the rural
traiJe. In the Middle West, where
the trolley finds its greatest field for
interurban activity, electric roads
were rapidly constructed until today
the Middle States are a net work of
trolley litnes. The benefits of this
movement to the farmers and resi-
dents of small country villages were
legion. With the coming of the
trolley the farmer had a ready mark-
et to the nearest city for his small
produce. As if by magic he could
been found practical to install tempo- the sick I'st the past Week, and Mrs
rary arc lights and continue the Knapp has taken his place on the
work nights. route.
The electrical current has befri md-j Mrs. Fuhring and Miss Annie
ed the farmer's good wife fully as Fuhring Idrove over to the Caddo
much as it has him. Incandescent; country to visit Mr. and Mrs. T.
lights have banished the old oil Dries. Mrs. Dries is undergoing a
lamps. Eltectric radiators have been J course of measles.
installed to supplant the wood stove! Mr. Tuxford is wearing his arm in
on cold winter n'ghts and the elee-j^ si ng In consequence of a severe
trie fan is mo stranger in the farm ' sptain.
hott'se on the hot days of July, j Our schools observed Arbor day by
and the electrc cooking devices are! various shrubs, rose bushes, etc.
also used very successfully. Prof. Johnson, Miss Ebar and sttid-
1 tomorrow in the Catholic cemetery.
Mr. Uennie Mo vers of Green It v-
er, South Dakota, is visiting his par-
ents, Mr. aud Mrs. iloevers.
We hear ru'i'ors ot a newspaper
| in Union City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jackman
gave an at home last evening which
was a very olaborate affair. About
forty guests were present and all
unite in praise for the host aud host-
ess, on the m i' ner in which they
were entertained. Music anil conver-
sation whiled the merry hours away.
A two-course luncheon w;is served.
Mr. Wallace, Gilchrst and Mlsw Mar-
guerite Wheatley received prises as
conversationists and Clarence Dar-
dy received the prize for sculpture
sewing-machine is motor-driven|settlng out about thirty trees and ^^'"'rumpacker, Rural rente, No.
I, has sold his fine .farm and will
Notice is hereby given that Charles j order tbings from town by telephone
S. Carlisle of Cereal, Oklahoma, has
filed notice of his intention to make
final commutation proof in support
of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry
No. 14284, made August 22, 1906,
for the lots 5, 6 and 7, Section 14,
Township 10 N., Range 6 W. I. M.,
and that said proof will be made be-
fore the Register and Receiver U. S.
Land Office at Guthrie, Oklahoma, on
April 22, 1908.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the land,
J. D. Shaw, J. G. Basemore, G. H.
case. That property of the defend- Youkan and Beecher McKee all of
ant is sought to be taken in attach- Route 2, Cereal, Oklahoma.
ment In said case for the satisfaction
of such debt and that the said de-
femdant must answer the petition of
plaintiff filed in said court on sr ke-
fore the 20th day of April, 1S I, or
tk* allegations thereof will be taken
as true and judgment for salt* sum
will be rendered against tke said
defendant in favor of flail** and
property taken as attack* «t wHl ke
ordered sold to satisfy the «as e.
GILLETTB k LIMY,
Attorney* for Ptatolt*.
Attest— J. D. PENNYBAKMt, Clerk
•f the District Court, CaaMlan
If you want to get your clothes
cleaned, pressed or repaired so they
will retain their shape and Identity,
go to Levy, the tailor, 190-tf.
Q| I I 111 I 1 I 1 1 H IIIMMIIH
To get your money s
worth in the drug busi-
ness is right now at
Wellmati's. Our wishes
are to give you satisfac-
tion. If we do not have
what you want, have us
order it. It will not cost
Somehow our business
keeps growing, for we
merit by purity and
quality of goods and one
price to all.
:: Pure Drug Druggists
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L. N. HOUSTON, Register.
WESTERN SEED FOR
We carry a complete
stock of Garden and
Field Seeds. Seed
Oats and Seed Potatoes.
See us for prices.
WALDO COAL & WOOD
IOO S. Choctaw, 1 t Block West of
t'lr.t National hank.
The necessary current Is obtained] ents participated In the labors and
from the trolley company at a rate reereations of the day.
far below the cost of running steam Mr. Vowels and daughter, Wessie,
or gas engines. The cost is even j went to Chickasha this week to vis-
cheaper than the farmer could main- it relatives.
tain a private plant and he has 110 The little son of Mr. and Mrs
generating apparatus to look after. Hentsers, who has been ill for some
The railroad compainy only asks the time, died this morning. Interment
move to El Reno.
The Congregational Ladles' Aid
Society will hold a bakery exchange
Saturday. Amoug the many home-
made dainties to be sold will be
found bread, rolls, pies, cakeB, cook-
ies, jellies, pickles, etc. 212-4't.
letter and the trolley brought
them to his door a few hours later.
With his family he could visit the
city and distant friends aind rela-
tives at will without a long, irksome
journey behind the "team." It bet-
tered the mail service; made him
independent of the "nearest" railroad
station, except for the shipment of
large produce and for the first time
in his life the resident of the coun-1
try felt as though he was not isolat-l
ed entirely from the busy world.
This disposal of electrical current
is perhaps the greatest help to the
farmer, in these days of trouble to
secure competent farm labor, since
the invention of the harvesting ma-
chine. Electricity is the most flex-
ible power in the world and there-
fore the best adapted for the multi-
tudinous Jobs about the farm. It
prospective customer to erect a trans- j —
mission line to his farm house and
they do the rest. The cost of the
transmission lines is slight.
"It Knocks the Itch"
It may not cure all your ills, but
It does cure one of the worst. It
cures any form of Itch ever known—
no matter what It Is called, where
the sensation Is "Itch," It knocks It.
Eczema, ringworms, are cured by
one box. It is guaranteed, and Its
name is Hunt's Cure.
The El Heno Com-
Let us show you some
bargains in real estate. We
would like to have several
cars of good alfalfa hay and
J. E. SNEf.L, Man.
G. A. R. Will Entertain.
Reno Post No. 13, G. A. R, cor
dlally invites the ladies of the Re-
lief Corps to an ice cream supper at
their hall In El Reno on, the evening
of March 21st, at 8:30 p. m.
A. W. EARNEST, Post Com.
D. M. THOMAS, Adj't.
The invitation is also most heart-
ily extended to all old soldiers and
their wives and to all husbaads of
ladles of the Relief Corps. By or-
der of the coiamlttee oa arrange-
A. W. BRIDGES, Chm.
D. M. THOMAS, Sec.
G. W. BALDWIN
Real Estate and Loan Afent
Office Rear El Reno State Bank
Oklahoma and Texas
Bargains in improved and un-
improved El Reno city property.
Also have some choice alfalfa
farms for sale. See me before
buying or selling.
This is Bo
We wish to state la as plain and
vigorous way as words can express it,
that Hunt's Cure will positively,
quickly and permanently cure any
form of Itching Skin disease known.
One box Is guaranteed to cure. One
application affords relief.
the farmer's wife
Is very careful about her churn. She scalds it thoroughly after twin*,
and gives it a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows that if her churn 13
sour it will taint the butter that is made in it. The stomach is a churn.
In the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts are performed pro-
cesses which are almost exactly like the churning of butter. Is it uot
apparent then that if this stomach-churn is foul it makes foul all which
is put into it?
The evil of a foul stomach is not alone the bad taste in the mouth
and the foul breath caused by it, but the corruption of the pure current
of blood and the dissemination of disease throughout the body. Dr.
Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery makes the sour and foul stomach
sweet. It does for the stomach what the washing and sun batk do for
the churn—absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element.
In this way it cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrof«lous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases arising from
To aid in h*allns old sores, or ulcers,
apply Dr. I'ierceTs Ail-Healing halve
TO HAVE BEST
Results from baking when you
use El Reno's "BEST" Highest Pat-
ent Flour because it's the best f
Winter's Hard Wheat, milled under
clean conditions by millers who
Bread, Rolls and Cake made from
El Reno's "BEST" Flour are always
White, Light, Healthful—say El
Reno's "BEST" when ordering your
Flour from your grocer!
El Reno Mill & Elevator Co.
What do you know about the Sons
and Daughters of Justice? A fra-
ternal order doing business In Kan-
sas and Oklahoma only. We are
over 11 years old, aud made the
greatest gain af any order doing
business In our territory last year.
D. H. Dix, their district deputy, is In
the city for the purpose of organiz-
ing a council and would like to see
you and explain the plans of opera-
tion. Office at Dix' Meat market, 102
N. Bickford avenue. 206-4t-*.
to them wtiife taking the "Oolden Med-
loal Discovery" to purify and enrich
the blood. _ , .
Dr. I'ierce'i All - Healing Salve Is
cleansing and pain relievin*. It de-
stroys the bad odors arising from sup-
purating, or running, sores and puts
(hem In the beat possible condition for
The " All-Healing Salve" Is a superior
dressing for all open, running, or sup-
purating, Sores or Ulcers. For healing
open wounds, cuts and scratches it is
If your medicine dealer does not have
the "All-Healing Salve" in st->ck mail
60 cents in postage stamps to Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., and you will
receive it by return post.
In treating all open sores, or ulcers,
boils carbuncles and other swellings, it
Is important that Dr. l'ierce's Golden
Medical Discovery be taken persistently
to purify the blood and thereby remove
the cause of the trouble. It Is in the
blood that the great battle of health has
to be fought. The ulcer and the sore
are simply the scarlet flowers of disease,
with roots running down into the blood.
These roots must be eradicated or the
disease will break out afresh. "Golden
Medical Discovery" cleanses the blood
of all foul and poisonous accumulations,
pushes out the dead and waste matter,
and thus purifies the entire life current.
Disease in the flesh must die out when
It is no longer fed by foul blood.
"Golden Medical Discovery" effectively
cures disease in the flesh Dy curing ite
cause in the blood.
Golden Medical Discovery. Thrt thi«
is absolutely true will be read IW proven
to your satisfactkia if jq wMNt mail
a postal card request H.T. Fierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., for a 6**
>| of his
booklet of eitraels kt> Uie'fcainlard
medical authositkae, ^IM *>• aamea
of all the iiiirrAwmtfl a fa iBj tato h-f
what the most esaiaeal m<|>F>wii 01
the age saj •( tlx
"The Armless Man"
said "It wasn't money he wanted,
but someone to scratch his back."
There are many strong arms and
willing hands that have the same
yearning. Hunt's Cure will make
back scratching, or any other old
kJnd of scratching totally unnecessa-
ry. It knocks out any Itching sen-
sation that ever happened and It does
It right now. One application re-
We make mothers bread, but It's
better than mother made. Gerrer's.
Cures Womaafc Wfcftft
We refer to ttat kMajt weak, erv-
011s, suffering woaei fnua as Dr.
l'ierce's Favorite Preset Is Mm.
I)r. John I'yfe sas si tike Editors!
staff of The Kclhcm Untiyt Re-
view says ef t'nlcixn aoet
Dioica) which I* sne sf the sltWf ingre-
dients of the "FavosMe Prescription " :
A remedy which ImgvfcLMy acta *s 1 liter-
) Invlsrorator • • • nialtt« tor nonnul ac-
1n« Invisol ator • • • nntfc H f%r i
tlvity of th« euttre iwyrtxlucllTo
llo continues "In Hrk>n!a.u wo liaTO a mcdica-
uicnt which more fully anhwere trie aliove
1 ,1 poaet than any othrr di uy with which I ton
1 maOilcd. In tM (NitaMtof uwmm pe
cuiiar to women It lit Heldom that a rase !f
teen which doet not present some Indication
f.• r this remedial agent." Dr. Fyre furthei
says: "The following are among tho leading
Indication! for He Ionian < Unicorn foot). I'aln
or aching In the back, with lencorrhea;
atonic (weak) eonaittoiM «>f Um reprodnctln
organs of women, menial depression and Ir-
ritability. associated with chronic diseases of
the reproductive organs of women ; constant
sensation of heat In the region of the kid-
neys ; menorrliagla (Hooding), due to a weak-
ened condition t-f the reprodncthre system i
amenorrhea (snrprwitd or abeent monthly
periods), arising from or accompanying an
abnormal condition of tho digestive organ*
and anemic (thin blood ) habit I dragging
sensations In tne extreme lower part of the*
If more or less of the above symp-
11. I, u ni'.ht Imlliiiillv rrnrpMiits
Of Golden Seal root another pi
nent ingredient of "Favorite Prescnp-
or itogul/r bowels, sour or bitter
rlsingljif/r eating and poor appetite,
these f. /iptoms, or any considerable
numh/f/of them, indicate that you are
suffeafijg from biliousness, torpid, or
laiy/l/er with the usual accompanying
indiuwion, or dyspepsia and its attend-
The lit' st nuents known to medical
•i>nce lt>r the cure ol the auove i>\ inn-
tlon," Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of
Bennett Medical College, Chicago, says:
"It Is sn important reined* In disorders of
the womb In all catarrhs) windlllons *
and general enfeebionient. It Is useful."
Dr. IMeroe's Favorite Prescription'
faithfully represents the above named
ingredients and oures the diseases for
which they are recommended.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellele are the
original Little Liver Pilla, first put up
by old Dr. Pierce over 40 essre ago.
Much Imitated, but wmt equaled.
Easy to take as sandy.
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