El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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Entered as second class matter
July 28, 05, at the Post Office at
El Reno. Oklahoma, under the act of
Congress of Viarch 2, 1897.
a. O. LEWIS X CO., Publlshei
One month *i?
Three Monihs ' JJ
Bit Months J "®
One Year.-- 4 ou
la'U.H ATION OFFICE:
lis NOIITH BH'KFOItll AVFVL'K
CXIMTJIKKVIT IIOMi: UMAIIM
AT \ui n>in:
Oklahoma City. A
Iiir an all day « •
ThreadRlll hotel, a • uni t tte.' c ( on
federate veteran■ <1
decided on Ardmore as the location
for the slate home for ex-Conr.'tleH
ates. Representative John R.
Whayne, of Carter county, address-
ed the committee in behalf of Anl
Ardmore offered as an lndieriii. nl
to location a forty-aero tract of land
$7,250 in cash, and free heat, water
and light Tor a period of Ave >ears
Three ballots were taken on the Io
cation. Ardmore winning on the iliird
Oklahoma City, also offering a liber
al honus In land and mono. n a
close second. Representatives w"
thero from Claremore, Muskogee, Vi-
nita and Sulphur with similar offer*.
At a meeting of,the Oeatnl Co-
Operative 1'niou h ld nt. Union Hall
last night definite, arrangements were
made looking tQ-^mouster T.abor Day
demonrirfll iotj, and I lie following
ootnatolttees appointed: Committee
on arrangements: II K. MvWiirh of
the Carpenters' Union. <' S. Schrod-
er of the Clerks' Union. Kmmett Col
lins of the Bricklayers. M. M- lb-avei
of the Typographieal I'nlon and (
H. Smith of the Painters' ITulon.
Committee on Speakers: Howard
Neshltt or the Tv pographle.il i ih..:i
Weber of the Painters and ( \N
Cody of thu Bricklayers.
Visiting delegations were receive^
from the Car Workers' Union, Holler-
makers and tile M .n h i a is ■ I : i i i
All these wilt atiili .ite.l witii tli
Central Body in a short time
movement is on foot to organi/.c
Plumbers' Union in K1 Heno Tliei
are quite a number of plumbers 1
the city at present and indications
are that a strong local can be In'
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Oltice Phone 11
Residence Phone 386
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li.rks of the I.ogan-Snow
King-il her came down in an
riends in thW <"iiv for a
ill l I. SO\(.S
Now in the wood
111 ids of tin- wood
nd are niei
aif no good
rhonght is the b to no of the chei
iml Mrs. .)
i Mrs. Tom 1
Making a shad
.1 nst for in'
\ixl a m.tid
next li lui
Willi ^lt«*« •«'
lawa n* d you
| i!, trnubl
rul> < : I '"• d ^ • oi'd
boll) convenient to« y^>'^
t ><>ur I
orchards and farms
Mut I'm fond
Here in your uf nib.
v i~ii for u while.
Miller-Jones Drug Co.
McCllntock will bo 011 the mound
tor El Reno today and a big crowd
ought to go out to help take anoth
from Pl.taburg. The rooters' chorus
did some classy work yesterday.
The fans knew It wis uoinj; t
happen. Daddy llurns tipped off tha
pinch hit before lie went 11 the ba.
In the fourteenth Inning.
okihn \n< 1: no. r a 1
An ordinance t
of Ordinance N
"An ordinance p
suance of Street
C. W. l>avlfi went to Chickasha last
Mh \Vebber papered the office of
'the Oloyd Lumber Company while
re last week.
Friend Spotts, formerly agent 01
the K- S. & W. Uy . was in town, over
Sunday, visiting at the C'oykendall
p i). 1 irist ie proprietor of the
Remington hotel, went to CJuthrie
and Oklahoma City on business last.
: 11 rd ay.
Mrs Zoe Godfrey of 101 Reno, la
.iting Father and Mother Colwell
il of course, is accompanied by her
ell little daughter.
Prof. John Rice and family arrived
home Saturday night to be present
at the birthday festivities of Father I
Q. F. Oossett shipped two car loads
or cattle to Kansas .iy Monday and
Hutch" Rieder siiipped one car to
the same market.
Henry Thomas will giv. another
Grand Hall at Colwell hall in Pied-
mont next Saturday night, August
Mac. Conkey of Snawnoe, a neph-
ew of I) S. Couch, who has been vis-
•for some time, was quite
sick last week.
Mrs. Lola Hurkhead of Dallas,
Texas, accompanied by her family.
Who could begiu -
Thinking' of sin?
Sin only comes with repentancr
If we ever sin.
Let's never begin
Signing our sentence!
Answer me, ancestress,
What do you see,
With eyes that from Eden
Are looking for me?
That there's not any knowledge, nor
serpent, nor sword?
Hut only the Lord?
Only the Lord! . Witter Hynner
Mayme Hrown of Edmund,
been the house guest of Mrs.
Hrown this week, left yester-
Anadarko, where she will
Witb ,*gU-6i««d /banket#.; ft
Little crowd of young people wfcnt out
to Mahnn's lake Ia^t^_venlngln*j
to Mahnn's lake last . veiling ... .<
hTvr-.ek The evening was spent It. | churh nowadays, Miss Hlatik
. .1 .. .1.•• wi\rV tnorwr
boa ing and general good time, a de-
licious midnight supper belnng en-
juved by the fo lowing: Misses
Matle Blackburn, Rachael McBlroy,
Km ma Hall. Vera Sands, .leanie nar-
(inldle McNeil. Settle Pep-
wright. Maude Peach. Nannie Tish-
nei and Marjorle hands. Messrs. Les-
ter .McN'eai, Jim Cole. Willie Latrd,
Willie Moore, Robert Brown. Sam
Wallace, John French, Nell Waldo,
Marion Peiiwright and Harry Wa.d-
"An American Woman" In the Au-
gust American Magazine.
1 do not think that the churches
realize it seems impossible to make
them realize—that most working
people are simply too tired to go to
church. It Is poor physical economy
to spend indoors three hours of one's
only day or rest and recreation. An.l
what is poor physical econom:
becomes inevitably, 1 am in-
clined to think, poor spiritual econo-
my. "Why this is the only day 1
have," you hear on every side. ' I
can't give it up to church going, i
want to gei out into the air."
Another side of this church going
question, a very practical o'.ie, too.!
does not often present itself to the
"Why don't you ever come to
a clergyman to a worklngwoman of
"Because I have to do my sewing
Sunday morning," she replied with
unhesitating forthrightness. "1 can't
sew evenings on account of my eyes
and besides I am too tired to sew
then. Sunday is the only time I .have
to get ready for the next week.
The pastor was dumfounded. and
said nothing. After all. when you
come to think of it. what was there
STAR CLOTHIER 118 S. ROCK ISLAND
ved here Monday
some time with M
Hurkhead?* n<-ar in
d will visit
. Finch and
2n per cent.
During the month of August
25 tier cent. oft on all
Fancy China and
PRlNflE'S NOVIL1V ST@$E
Phnne 375 * S. Koch Inland Avenue
Jits Store foe- Everybody '
(First pub. July 14—?w.)
To Wh.im it May concern.
You are hereby notified that on
the Twentieth day of November, A.
(22), Twenty-three (23), Twenty-
four (24), and Twenty ve in Block
numbered One Hundred Three in
he Town of Yukon, Canadian Coun-
! y, Oklahoma, was duly sold by the
j treasurer of Canadian County, Okla-
j homa Territory, for the unpaid tax-
's upon the said real estate for the
j ear 1904 and unless redemption is
i made from such sale within sixty
lays a tax deed for said property
! will be demanded and the same will
be issued according to law.
I*ited this 14th day of July. 1009
(Signed) L. M. SPENCER.
Two Million Hottics
of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every year.
This wonderful household remedy stops the
pain of sprains, burns or bruises, it relieves
rheumatism or neuralgia. It cures colds,
crumps, colic, diarrhoea. There ought to be
a bottle on your shelves just now, ready fi>i
the first sign of trouble. The new size bot-
tle is 35 cts. and there is also the 5Ue. size.
Sor Nipples and Chappt d hands
-d by npvlving Chamberlais
(1st Pub. July 22—4w.)
Notice to Creditors.
In the Matter or the Estate of Up-
ton Kitzmiller (deceased).
Xotk-e is hereby given by the un-
dersigned, John E. Kitzmiller, as Ad-
ministrator of the estate of Upton
Kitzmiller, deceased, to the creditors
and all persons having claims against
said deceased, or his said estate, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within six (6) months af-
ter the first publication of this no-
tice, to said John E. Kitzmiller at
the office of the law firm of Gillette,
Libby & Gillette, in the City of El
Heno, in the County of Canadian,
State of Oklahoma, which office the
undersigned selects as his place of
business in all matters connected with
Dated, July 21st, 1909.
JOHN E. KITZMILLER.
Administrator of the Estate of Up-
ton Kitzmiller, (deceased).
(First Published July 25—4w.)
in tne District Court of Canadian
County, State of Oklahoma.
State of Oklahoma, Canadian County,
88. Certificate of Partnership of
New State Realty Company.
We, Herman Harms and Daniel
Nicholson, both residents of the city
of El Reno, Canadian county, Okla-
homa, do hereby certify that we are
associated together as general part-
ners under the firm name of N?w
State Realty Company, and that the
principal place of business of said
partnership is the said city of El
Witness our hands this 19th day o?
DANIEL A. NICHOLSON.
State of Oklahoma, Canadian County,
Before me, W. J. Finch, a notary
public within and for said county and
state, on this 23rd day of July, 1909,
personally appeared Merman Harms
and Daniel A. Nihcolson, to me
known to be the identical persons
who executed the within and fore-
going Instrument, and acknowledged
to me that they had executed '.he
same as their free and voluntary act
and deed, for the uses and purposes
tnerein set forth. W. J. FINCH,
My commission expires Nov. ff,
tificates in gro
(.< U I V w' f til >1
Restore Gray Hair. Klci-trical Tu-atment. Hvcirn
Y.it'll and Facial Massage. Mauctu
M lis. I .l < I I .1 Mill i n.
l'liotie .><;• ' Offi.v 111S. link ford
A Veil 111
In Block b
passed and appnn
HE IT ORDAINED HY I'HE MAYOR
\N1> COUNCILMAN OE TDK
CITY OF EL REM
Section 1. Thai
dlnance No i:>1
Street Imp: tiveiuen!
k and put tli
I >.i \ .
\ n ordin.uue reuulrii
f \\ iiiteri;!« eli, Thymol, (ilyeer-
in. . I I. . I Mil as a Simple Wash
the 1 :n
in t li
March lath I 9OH
cases, it is true, can- m He who are engaged in, or who.
a few days, but the;e shall engage in the sale of Nutria,
sufferer from eczema Schllts Fls, Tin Top, Brewmalt, or
this simple wash and any other substitute for beer, or any
dlately that vton- other beveragi containing alcohol
From which to select Birthday
Presents, Wedding Gifts, Souvenirs of the city
DONATH STUDIO CHINA
An exclusive line of strictly hand-painted
China from the famous Donath Studios,
Chicago. See the new encrusted gold effects.
RICH CUT GLASS
Brilliant cuttings, new exclusive designs
from the best American makers.
We carry the Gorham, New Chantilly and
Virginiana patterns in Sterling Silver; com-
plete, as well as a beautiful chest of Towles'
famous PAUL REVERE PATTERNS.
I r v-\
y^x\ j.. v\
yrw. , aa™. . , • V .> \
iff < /
iire fuS of manv odvl and uselu'
invite you to inspect.
•I uf said ord Ilia n
And the HUlne l bernlij ropi'al.'d.
Section 3. That this ordlnanr.
•hall take ottoct and bn In forci' rnnn
and after Its puiage, approval auil
• lillcailon, as required by l*w
I • s(m1 by the ronnell 011 the 3rd
If you -(uet, 1909.
m fjll tu uthe Mayor on the 3rd
J. r NICT. STACK POLE,
03 80. 1 cll> Clerk
A. L.A llllYKit,
Grand Avenue Hotel
C. H M ILL 10It & CO.
Known as Hybarger Hotel
Mltrf KRANK 1IUFKUKN. l'rop.
One folwk east am! one-half
block north of Hock Island Sta-
Nnw under new management,
cool rooms, only f>0 cents
"C;in 1"' depei .led upon" Is an ex-
pression we all ll'.;e 10 hear, and
.vhen It Is used In connection with
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ml
Diarrhoea Remedy It means that It j
never falls to cure diarrhoea, dysen-
tery or bowel complaints. It Is |
..lefa t. Special rates by week j pleasant t. take and<^uan>flVllU" F T STACK POLK, City Clerk.
ionth. Come and nee. and be j able tor children and adults. Sold by
a--.a. ^ -■ i-nn-.. rw. ^ (bhAb)
That ordinance No.
337 of the city of K1 Heno, and all or-
dinances and parts in conflict here-
with be and they are hereby repeal-
Section 4. That this ordinance
shal be In full force from and af-
ter i s passage, approval and publi-
Passed and approved this 3rd day
of August, ijyoy.
J. A. LA RRYEK, Majror.
south Rocn island
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