El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 155, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 12, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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RL RENO DAILY AMRHIOAN. TI'KSIIAV. J AX. 12. I mm.
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au. KIMIIS BF FEEB
JOE WARING & SON
Telephone 540. Prompt Delivery
Furniture feels all broken up
770 for the Ambulance
Patients received day or night
Wicker's Furniture Hospital
3 I 7 S. Bisk for a
Not too Heavy
Not loo Light
But Just Right
Mow iville Flowe
the skating rinK.
You must move sometime;
we move all the time; let us
move your household goods
in our large padded burni-
Engle Transfer 4 Storage
Miss Den a Wilson of El Reno is
v siting her aunt in Dallas, Tex*as,
I tiring ti ' winter months.
Snort time loan*, any security
Igau Loan & Investment Co.,
204 South Rock Island. 54-tf.
112 S. Rock latomf
Chief of Police \lcCarine\ his
morning received a elegram from
Amariilo as fol'ows: "We hold tile
remains of J. C. Allgier. Lor at and
State of Oklahoma, County of
In tne District Court tor sa d
liravc I in- Latlclic-
often r« ve severe burn-
out tires, then use iiucklen's Arnica
Salve and forget them. It soon drives
oti'i pain. *orcmirns, scalos. wounds
cuts and bruises its earth's greatest
healer. Quickly cures skin eruptions
old sores, boils, ulcers, felons; best
pdle cure made. Relief is instant.
25c at C. Ii. Miller A Co.
sued in the Dlf
putting within and for lie County of Canadi-
an, in the Sta e of Oklahoma, ami
must answer the pet ti on filed there-
in by plaintiff. P. T. Pitts in an ac-
tion for divorce on or before the
15th day of January, 1909, or the
said petition will be taken as true,
and judgment for divorce will be ren-
FRAME * RORERSON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Attest:—J. D. Pennybaker, Clerk of
the Disttfo: Court.
Mrs. .lack Peters and daughter.
Miss Her1 ha Lyman, departed If or
peel to make
There was a small reduction in the
force at the shops yesterday. Two
machinists and eight laborers were
Hundreds cf Fnmsizes Use Gm
(ls>: Pub. Jan. 5—3w.)
Notice by Publication.
State of Oklahoma, County of Can
In the Justice Court, .liefore K W
Hums. Jus ice of tllie Peace in ami
GENUINE GAS COKE
Because it not only saves per cent of the fuel bill, but it does
better work, heats quicker and is easily regulated to sudden
changes in temperature. Delivered promptly.
El Reno Gas and Elcctric Co.
V 04 South Blclrford Avenue.
tMtttH'll |.|.| ti HI I I I I 1 II I I I I I I I I t
Want Ads. Classified
FEMALE HELP WANTED
\ \ \ I I'I) TO TK AIM: (; o I W
J. J. Dillon is
/■ I y
old soda made
F Leo Nichols left today for Chicago
on< a business mission.
the K1 Reno Ti
He with your friends at the rink.
\ ' K lean we 11" Broom get
Mo: iville Flowers at the El Re
Preiniuins now at the Tea Store.
Fd. Moore was arrested and lodj:
in .jail for fighting yesterday evenii
In Sterling Silver,
Cut Glass and
Silver Plate that
.Mrs. L. C. Collier will leave in a
few days for Trenton, Mo., where she
will visi, with her parents.
Ice cream in any quantity at
Howard's. 15 0 - 61.
Geo. W. Compton o: the Houe-
brake-Robcr s Hardware company, is
ill Kansas City in attendance an the
For fresh coffee, phone 691. Home
Tea Co. . 14 4-tf.
We sell lie genuine
M Alester fancy lump coal. $7.00 a
lo.i delivered. $6.50 at the mill. El
Reno Mill & Elevator Co. Phone 7.
A glass of Howard's hot
I soda will cheer you up.
i r 0-6t.
. H. Lynch, road mas' .
ii to the country this at'
spending a few hours
v: $ I S CO.
ho I You are notified tha the trial ol
| said cause will be had In the sa d
I court on the first day of February,
•e-j 1909, at 10 o'clock a. ni.. that you j
i!-1 appear and defend said cause, or
>y I judgment will be rendered against
] you in sa d case.
,rI | C. A. HA'.N WISTER;. Plaintiff.
ed off. lnqu
VLE- Pair of lots
Inquire at this oflic
I'Ol'NU S.i'et\ pin key ring, tag
.117, with two keys. This office.
II H I I I I 1 I II
George Toolan lefit. this morning , trip.
| for Tulsa where he w 11 lake charge ■ e ■
j of the Bijou Theatre in the absence | Sup:. Hallock is spend i
i of John Harden who is expected to re-! hours in Oklahoma Ci > t
turn to E1 Reno today. j noon attending to his busin
s hearing Mom iville
•veiling a. the El Reno
Mrs. Hollis Gilmore 'is seriously ill
at 'ier apartments in the Gilmore
You can buy carpe«t sweepers a
Tinkelpaugh's for a dime. 126-tf.
V. I). Tinkelpaugh, Charles Lane.
W. L. Sm !i and L. C. Smith from the
Tinkelpaugh hardware store are all
i ; Kansas City, visitors to ilie Imple-
ment convention which s in session
A 1 passenger trains are running
! late on account of bad weather. No.
1 1 did not run on: of Chicago vester-
t day. but was made up at Kansas Oity.
• • •
i F \\ . Williams, su'perintenden: o
1 in ive power of Ft. Worth is am-
j ong the many business visitors at
i the railroad offices today.
Mon iville ; tor
« El Reno j R(>
I .i - greatest
i.v Mon^t eville
ig a't the El I
*y today for
hile enrou:e f
ered. $6.50 at
11 <\.* Elevator ('
\ ti ; von
r stopped off in th's j
. vis wi'.h friends,
>ni Texas to Chicka-
Get the fad and fun
Ladies o' Seen
111 Reno lluilding unci Loan \s*ocia-
Every clerk, teacher, oookkeeper
and wage earner should carry stock
in this fast growing company. Ajprope
man : ar.ied Nix- safe nterest bearing imve9tnient.' 1
in police court Creates a saving account. Withdraw
irge of lighting. any time. Stock can be used as col-
a'; the Heck bil- lateral. For further information see
t ere stopped be-1 W. J. FINCH, Secy.
is injured. Nixon
j We sell lie genuine Alderson
— M vies er fancy lump coal. $7.00 a
rs. comedy novel- ton delivered. $6.50 at the m 11. El
the Palac Thea- Reno Mill A: Elevator Co. Phone 7.
>f (pictures iot.
\ (f«NHl nine
rade McAlester Fancy Lump Howard's soda deparrmen on Wed-
evening. Music by prof Mut-
Inman and Wal
sketc h artists a
e. Complete Chan
rery nigh . Matinee
I 1st Pull). D(m*. 2 4. 30d>
('opy of < onfeM Notice
Depart incut of the Interior, I nit-
tnl States Land Office, El Reno, Okla..
December 16, 190S.
A sufficient coin es affidavit hav-
ing been filed in this office by Albert
Triplett, contestant, against Home-
stead entry No. 5077, made Septem-
ber 28. 1901, for Lots 1 and Sec-
tion J7. Township 12 N. Range 1
W. by John Hun*', Contestee, in
which t is alleged that said entry-
man has abandoned said tract and
has sold the improvements off said
land and has not been upon said
land since December, 1904. and that
said abandonment is not due to ser-
vice in *he Army, Navy or Marine
Corps of the I'nited Slates, said par-
ties are hereby not tied to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation at 10 o'clock a. in. on
February 10th, 1909. before the
Register and Rece'ver a- lie I'nited
Stales Land Office in El Reno. Okla
The sa.d contestant having, in a
• affidavit, filed December 16.
set forth facts which sh. w that
after due diligence persona! service
of this notice can new (be made, it s
hereby ordered and directed 'that,
such notice be given by due and pro-
FRANK C. SICKLES, Register.
Is offering an unparalleled cut in priceson the best line
of Men's and Boys' Clothing ever placed on c isplay on
Bickford Stieet. --
THERE'S A RKASQN
Our order is in for a new stock complete for the fpriug
trade. And we must have the room. Hence
the suits on our shelves must go. • •
SOLE AGEM1S FOR TrtL WALKOVER SHOES |
1 Coal from "Dow" mine*; "Carbon
et i s", Sans Boise lump, finest evei
; for furnaces, and other good grade*
•if domestic coal always on hand. E
Reno Ice & Coal Co. Phone ti-.
( 1st Pub. Dec. 20 HOd. >
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, 1". S.
Land Office at El Reno, Okla . Dec.
Notice is hereby given that Henr\
II Best, of Tedda, Okla.. who, on
I January 30, 1902, made Homestead
' Entry. No. 7359. 01026, for NE'4
Section 25, Township 11, Range 9
| W. I Meridian, has filed n<>ice of i
en ion io make final five year Pro<>:
Because Our Sale is Such a
It's remarkable the quantity of
merchandise we are selling daily.
If you are numbered among the
fortunate ones who have saved 25
to 30 per cent on your merchandise
you are to be congratulated. End-
less quantities left to select from.
Nothing reserved. Every article
bears a Red Ticket marked in plain
The eold snap is nere. netter call
up the Engle Transfer and Storage
Co., and get some of their Sans Hois
smokeless coal. $6.00 per ton de-
livered. Phone 4 5. 103-tr
We sell the genuine Aid rson
McAlester fancy lunvp coal. $7.00 a
ton delivered. $6.50 at the mill. El
Reno Mill Ai. El vator Co. Phone 7.
Buy buying your
Blank Boohs at the
City Drug Store
R. C. HUNTINGTON, Prop.
Boarding and Feed Stable
First Class Livery, Reasonable Rates
PROMPT DUIVlRY AND C000 SERVICE
'Phone 18 F, Thompson, Prop.
\<lniil)i<*tr;i|oi's \o| in
Pie- I yle. lair S \ n i«| Mcelillg.
be a notabl ■
r tin minister
The Photo anop manes stamp pic-;
tures, 25 tor 25c, three positions, not
the little ones but good clear pic-
mm. 106-tf., "a's
\\ hea t
The revival meetings at ih M K. Corn (newi
church onight will begin at 7:15 Corn (mixed)
o'clock instead of 7:30 on account of Corn (white)
he lecture course number at the El Flour
Reno Tin t i - rhurcli p op| - pleas«- liloec:
t ikf notic e Fifteen minu < s earlier Green Hides
lurch, servic-'-s to (lose in 9alt Cured
IXH AI. MARKKrn
(■ruin and I lour
No. 2. soft.
No. 2, hard
is hereby given, that let-
ters of adm nistration in lie estate
of John F. RhMJiiier, deceased. wcr>
granted to the undersigned by ihc
County Court of the Count y of Can-
adian. S ate of Oklahoma, a El Reno,
on the 4th day of January, 1909. All
persons having claims against said
estate are required to exhibit 'the
same • • iIn• indersigned. at El Reno,
Okla . for allowance, wi hin four
months al er the date of this publica-
tion w it'h necessary vcut-"lie i, or thcy| home mission commlttei> and, as mod
will be forever precluded from any
heni flt of sa il e tate, or s.ild claim | th« executive cammbMlon.
may be filed i i said County ('our
mini.-' ers of the Syiidd < f Oklahoma
The home mission committee, the ex-
c utive coninii-<ion, a:icl he I'resby-
ler.al pastor-evmngells s are tc> as-
senible according to the synol's di-
rections for bus ness connected with
lie Presbyterian church of Oklaho-
Rev. F It. F in and, pastor of the
local church, Is a lu mber <*' he
or of the Synod, is chairman of
helps & Co
DYER. Vdmlnistra ir.
m*, Att'inrys for Ad-
Thls meeting of ministers will b«
honored I v the presence of the mod-
erator of 'the Presbyterian general;
assembly. Rev. H. P. FuPlerton, D. D . j
of S,. Ixiuls. There w II be a popular |
(ileal Dope for (irate*
"Carbon# es," a manufactured
fuel, e ;-e,ially adapted for grate
fires. Price reduced to $3.00 for half
♦"ii | Hv I'd. El Reno Ice & Coal
POLAND CHINA HOGS
As good blood lines as niouey
wouid buy. Hoars and Gilts from
$6.00 to $15.00. Tried Sows from
$20.00 to $100.00. Pedigrees fur-
n shed with each nog.
SMITH TAYLOR A SON
4 mile north of El Reno. Phone 52-
RR. Otty Phone 508-3
•Id in the chliren In tin
Thursday,'the 14th, whet
tun will deliver an a;l
. 4 & (.
t ill >
: tin nen Dry Hides
Red Ticket means a
JAS. E. KELSO
Dry Goods and Clothing Emporium
tos Eggs .
\ Horrible lol«M p
"About ten years ago my brother
w is "held up" in his work, health
j and happiness by wna-t was H
to be hojieless consumption.
I W. R. Lipscomb, of Washllip
('. "He took all kinds of remedies
and treatment from several doctors.
i'lit found no help till he used Dr. nn'|.'l't'sro" " "
lanK's New Dlticovery and whs whol- Kallf _'_4ol
ly cured by six bottle-, lie is a well ..$7 to
nia i today I ^ quick to relieve and Alfalfa 110 to $11
the surest cut-e for weak or sore Homes wid Mnlea:
inn: hemorrhages, roughs and ((ornes. 16 bauds, tonne* $90 to $110
| colds. Bronchitis, La Or ppe. as'hma j Horses. 16 b, sound $125 to $175
oday received the :i,OH
, from McAI ler:
raging sorm the
< packed to the
. the occasion be-'
Ti.*- citizens of our <•! are
cordirflly invited to a tend this
peclal public service.
El Reno Is honored by being
hose.i for his important gathering
iticl her people .-.hould mani.eat help
ippr. ciat'nn and do-honor o tlii* II -
ingulshi 1 guest, l)r Fip'lep.on, by
I unci In* Iul.
25c per load at Mill."
la on Meh bos
H. F Moore
'Phone ' ♦ ( , or call at American
'on del Ive
Stole a Tulkiuu M e lon •.
— | The residence of A. II. H 11 wi
eiiuine Alderson brokeu into Sunday Ight and th<
nrp coal. $7.00 a enterprising thief stoU all of Mr
: 0 at the mill. El | IIUI's clothing and also a phono
and all btonchial affections
$1.00. Tr.al bottle free,
tee by C. R. Miller A Co.
Old papers for sale at The AmerJ-
Can et swee*>ers at Tlnkelpaughs
for 10 cents. Can you beat it?
Mules 14 to lb h 100 to $160 I
Mules 16 Mt to 16 Ti,..1126 to $166:
Cattle and Ifog*:
Steers, corn fed $3.26 0 4 00
Steers, crass $2 60 to $t
Cows $ 2.2 "i f* $2.75
Calves $3 75 S4 00
Reno Mill * El' vator Cc
2 new five room, bath, two clotets.
fully modern except best, bungalow
cottaxe* in tioruh part ef city. $500.
I alance like rent. See F. II. Wright
or K. A. Sharpe. 138-Cf
\ our Imh ! <« ImmiimI ill elotll, IioiiiuI
ill buckram, bound ill lealiier, IhoiikI
in nlieep^kin by (lie American's Imok
«r ph. «t ta Mippuwd that the man '•*••«•••>. N"« • it
ha illil l ie pi fertiiK . .. hat —••>«•■ '<• w work a ran
«• . r .1 by IV amll> In an, Hlirn-. ^ tt i„. MwrraUr.
;iarl of the .la> an a tr.iii'p made hI.- Manager, rhonv I..
as he was <lece.ntly dressed lie was Ladles desiring permanent posl-
naked II to the table and while eat- «°n telephone operator will
p ease «i ply to the chief o|M*rator at
Ing asked questions to ascertain whe-
ther the family was g( ing to church.
Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph office,
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