El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 295, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 26, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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V'5 5 Florence; doran
TeUl -pe SC9.
Tte Ladies of the Erlwopal Guild
will Dft: tfc Mn Will Smith on
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Mrs Honce William* and Mrs
(k Cbaa. Standard *111 entertain at a
J i.; -,ir <'■ !<rz:-r
<« Friday *fternoe honoring Mrs.
Williams ttKise Miss Sue Wii
of Mays- • «>. Oklahoma
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Mr*. R. G CooVUn of J>allas Tei
ms who iras the guest of Mrs R. C.
Pirj i> s^eiiin? the week in 0 -.a-
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Misi Anna Libty was hc te«s to
the Matinee Girl? at4 r.tifi^s -
last evening. The additional guests
mere MUs Sue Wilson of Maysville.
Oklahoma. Miss Irene Miller from
Oklahoma City; ac: Miss Haiti En-
ple from Binder.
Slifj Hazel T.Z.Z.* :t '''
guest of Miss Anna Libby.
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Meedames W. E. Taylor. Mason
Little, and A F. Boci save a bride*
luncheon at the L*e Hot kins today
Macy invitations were issued to
trieoda in this city. Among the cum-
ber who went to Okla. City were:
Mes ames S. B. PeU^e. Geo. Toolaa.
U A. Wilson. A T. March. K. E
Humphrey, G. W. Taylor ati J. R-
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Mrs. Corder has re'.nrned to her
home in Hinton. Oklahoma.
The sixth grade of Central school
enjoyed a half holiday yesterday af-
ternoon and Miss Lcttle Burgees vis-
ited the Irving school.
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Mis Helen Empey will return home
this evening from attending a delight-
ful house party -given by a school
friend who lives In Prague. Oklahoma
Mrs. I. C. Montgomery la in Can-1
ton. Kanaaa. having bten called there
by the illness of her motner.
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Mrs. Lee Rhodes w—it to Shawnee
on Monday, Mr. Rhode* will go to
m-rrow and accompany her home on '■
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Mrs. Starkey and son returned to
day from Elk Cijy & d will spend tht
week with Mrs. Anna B. Trult. be
fore continuing their trip to Califor
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Mrs. Clyde Dowell was hostess to
the T. B. A Girls last evening. Mrs
Bernard won top score at five hun-
dred and receive! a ;-&.r of st..-: hose-
A dainty two course lunch was serv
ed. Miss Matilda Brewer was an ad-
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Mrs. C. C. Stou entertained the
Tri still* Embroidery Ciub Tue? .zy
aftemeoa. After the needlework
hour dainty refr- hments were serv-
ed. Mr*. 1 O. Mathews has lately
he-cornc a m?afcer The gti-:sts o
the club were Mes-dames DtWT. Wy- ,
me- Wymit. .* F K-rr*.
Mis H?Jen Mutter w31 :« hostess
to the Capitol Hill Girls on Friday
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M.-S. Si. L-:Van entertained at
bridge this afternoon.
Mrs George Rohrback. left yester-
day morning for a visit of several
months in California.
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It is regretted that the program
which was given at the Presbyterian
church Easter Sunday was not men-
tioned before. It was unusually
ca-; wo'.ild have done credit to
& city twice the site of El Reno.
M-s. C. O. Powell was the hostess
to the T B A. Girls last evening at
her home. 117 West Haye«. A social
meeting wa? t 1d. after which
was played. Mrs. Gladner Barnard
winning 'he prize with high score, a
Antiseptic Sweeping I Compound
Does what neither the Broom
nor the Brush can do without it
Cleans Floors, Tiling Linoleum. Protects your Goods and
Health. Removes the Dust.
It is an acknowledged fact that duit it an expensiie nuifance.
It laktt the value off your good*, make* your itore let* attract-
ive to a large percentage of your custonurt, an ', contumet '.imo (QCit
day fighting xt.
Thit Ictr watte and annovanc can be entirely overcome by the
uteof AST1SEPT1C SWEEPING COMPOUND. The cott in-
volved it a mere trifle, while the saving affected meant real ve'iet
to vou. The only equipment necettary n an ordinary bruth or
broom. You timplytwetp ANTISEPTIC tt doet the work f'jryc-u.
Does Not Stain the Floor Like Other Floor Sweeps.
Antiseptic Carpet Sweep
Ctn be uted on the fineit carpet and rvgt. Maket them look like
neu. Excellent for hard wood floort. deans and polithe* at the
same time, alto con be \ited for utndo fillt to take dutt o't insttad
of scrubbing which take* the paint o:f.
El Reno, Oklahoma
Made with different Baking Powders
From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests:
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
with each of three different kinds of baking powder-
cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted
separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each
for the same length of time.
The relative percentage of the food digested is
shown as follows:
Bread made with
Royal Cream of Tartar Powder:
| 100 Per Cent Digested |
Bread made with
1 681** Per Cent Digested \
Bread made with
j 67s* Per Cent. Digested!
These tests, which are absolutely reliable and
unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance
to everyone: Food raised with Royal, a cream oi
tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges-
tible, while the alum and phosphate povdersare found
to largely retard the digestion of the Lod maae from
Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it
is the source of very many bodily ailments.
' THREE IRCH BLANKET Of
tiona of Kansas City. St. Louis. 8.
Jo.-eph, Mo- Boston, San Francisco,
Detroit. Seatlle and other cities. Ma-
yors of all the larger cities of the
country telegraphed Mayor Dahlman.
asking for suggestions as to wbat
they might do to aid.
WhiW the destruction of homes in
the city was great, there was not a
single la '-e business institution
h suffered a grant loss.
Local theaters today arranged to
gi\ beoefi". performances Saturda>
night and several ou: of town theat-
ti.al managers telegraphed their in-
; .ntion to do likewise. Sarah Bern-
ha: maimer stau-d in a tele.'ram
that she wculd give such a banefit In
Denver auditorium Sunday night.
Seven per.-ons injured in Sundaj
evening tornado died in hospitals to-
II STRICKEN OMAHA
!ait loa^it in lanaaerUj — hold «h pe.
Try then — it will pay you. Tlie Drwert
ikape i t- e Pembroke, with LINOCORD
2 for 25c
Pembroke, 2 3 1 in. Kenfcctt, J 3 16 in,
Chatham. 2 in.
For Sale By Clark & Stokes
;air «f silk hose. Delicous refresh-
ments were served at the close of
'he evening. Miss Matilda Bre'-r
was a club guest. The next meeting
of the club will be held with Miss
Effie Dowel! on West Wade.
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Thursday. March 27 will be tfrtcv-
Baptirt Missi shrdl shrdl shrd lshrdlu
«-d as The Day of Prayer, for Home
i- Foreign Missions by th? Bt; :i-
M:- sic nary Society.' The meeting will
•* hiid at the church, commencing
at two-thirty. A very interesting
, program has be<.n prepared. E^erv-
one is - ordially invited to attend this
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Miss Anna Libby, entertain d the
Matinee Girls their husbands and !
sweethearts, last evening at her home
South Hoff. Bridge was the di-
version, Miss Louise G*rrer and FYed
I Gillette making high score. Deli-
cious refreshments were served. Ex-
tra guests were Miss Edith Mill r of
Oklahoma City. Miss Haze! Eagle o:'
Binger, Oklahoma and Miss Sue Wil-
son of Maysville, Oklahoma.
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Mrs. Godfrey Shackelford, will en-
tertain Thursday afterrcon in. honor
of Mrs. Frank Knowlton, of Taylors-
•> •> ■>
day Bri ige Club, was
ay, ' y Mrs. John Funk
hoc:. «11 South Bar-
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Warner were
suni'rised in a very delightful aau- from the suburb
ner las: evening by the P. E. O i. southwest of '.1le
The party was in the form of a fare-
well as Mrs. Warner will laave scon
for her new home in Fort Worth
Texas. Delicious refreshments wer.
served and toasts were given by the
members. It was indeed an evininc
EL RENO THEATRE
THURSDAY, MARCH 27th.
BERT LEIGH _
Lin the great revival of
GEORGE M. COH VN'S MUSICAL PLAY
The We !n
■ at her prett
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I Mr- Casey Williams is
j slumber party thij evening
' of her gu st. Miss Sue
; Maysville, Oklahoma.
Mr. Leigh as Kid Burns
-IS SCORING THE HIT OF HIS LIFE—
Perfected Company Includes
Hazele Burgess as 'MARY '
AND 29 OTHERS COMPLETE EQUIPMENT
Seats on Sale at Jones Drug Store
Lower Floor SI.50 and SI.00
Balcony 75c and 50c
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Mrs. Frank Knowlton, who has
been the honoree, of much entertain-
ing, while in "the city visiting rela-
tives and frienis, leaves Friday for
h: r home, in Taylorsville. Illinois.
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Miss Sue Wilson, who is the house
-•uert of Mrs. Casey Wiliarr.s will be
| honored Friday afternoon by Mrs
Chart- s Standard, and Mrs. Casey
Williams who will entertain at
j Mr? O. Math ws i- sending the
"ay in Oklahoma City.
I, Mr- Ot;o S:.:tte; is viflUng In
I'.Vest Plains, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seliafe' en-
1 "?ined a number of friends Mon-
ay evening at a perfectly appoint-
d ven o'clock dinn.r. The table
\as beautiful In its artistic decora-
suggestive of Eas|> r. After
inner the evening was very scdatv
y tpem at cards and music. Those
lonored on this d iightful occasion
were Mr. as! Mrs. H. K Schafer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. LeVan, Mr. and
Mrs N. O. Barnhill. Mr. H. C. Paul-
sen the Mis>es Mary and Edith Paul
ren. anil Miss Dobson, of Wellington
NOTICE CF SHERIFF'S SALE
OF REAL ESTATE
Notice is hereby given, that in pui
suance oi an v" iss'iod cu:
jf the District court of Canadian Co-
state of Oklahoma on the 27th day
jf February, 1S13, in an action where-
in C. E. Vaughn was plaintiff, and
Orlando A. McCool, Lovina McCool,
A. A. Cowden, Dela Cowden, Rich-
ard B. Cobb. Gussie Cobb, F. C. Tem-
ple, George S. Pearl and Ira F. Hod-
son were defendants directed to me.
ihe undersigned sheriff of Canadian
County, commanding me to levy upon
| and sell without appraisement the
! following described property, tow it
Lot thirteen (12) In block five (5)
Morrison's First AddiUon to the City court martial.
' of El Reno, Caradian County, State
f Oklahoma, to satisfy a judgment
.nd decree of foreclosure in favor of
I said plaintiff and against said defen-
dants obtaining and made in sM
court on tne -a; A-Jgust. 191.'.
for the sum of six hundred and forty-
five (164 " 00) dollars, with interest
tiereon at the rate of 10 per cen:
t-r annum from the 12th day of Ap
-il 1H 2, and the costs in the sum ot
;2S.S0, and costs accruing;
I will on the 29th day of Marrh
::il3. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
I of said day. at the front door of th*
:ourt house in the city of El Reno.
i . county and st-.te offer for sait
' and sell to tLe highest bid.er for
. tie said property above Ce-scrr-
\ or so much as will satisfy said
:lament and acsts.
These wer: Flora Cassell, a nurse
with the Methodist hospital, caught
in the destruction of 'be Student s
Nurses Home: J. Hos whose head
was crushed; A. W. Lavidge, living
near the hospital, an unknown elder-
ly woman; Earl Price, a 9-year-old
boy. and Mrs. R. R Vandeven and
babe. Sanitary conditions w-as amor.g
the first considered by the city au-
thorities. and City Physician Connell
today und-.Ttook the enforcement of
action which w-ill preveot an epidem-
- ic. Several hundred animals were
among the victims of the storm, and
orders were given thai their carcas-
ses should !>e removed at once and in-
Burial of the dead will begin to-
morrow. It will require probably
' three or four days to identify and
dispose of the bodies. The coroner
Hill retains in bis rooms IS bodies
awaiting identffkation or the care of
Ail emphasized appeal for aid came
of Ralston to the j
city, where nearly
-.very hom-1- ar. . :us.r.e>s building in
the town was leveled. Rals;on is a
recently buiit up manufacturing town.
Almost nothing rema ns of the for-
mer prosp-erous communit. and
steps have ttet-ii taken to give physi-
cal aid to the storm victims.
In Council Bluffs, across th ri";r.
the conditions bejan to improve to-
day, no less than in neighboring
towns which were in the track of the
tomato. The intensity of temporay
suffering in Omaha ove: shadowed to
ecme ex' nt that of adjMning towns,
and Iowa was permitted to take care
cf her own unfortunates. Tills, its
citizens, however, were able to do
and there werg no cases of destitu-
tion uncara-d for tonight.
The first case of attempted looting
occured early today, when two feder-
al soldiers stationed at Forty-third
and Farnam, were disco.• red enter-
ing a wracked building. They were
promptly arrested by their own com-
rades and sent to Fort Crook for
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your drosrifist will refund money if PAj.0
OINTMENT fails to curt any case of Itching.
Blind. Bleeding or Protmdinu Piles in6 to 1 days.
The first application a '.rs Kan and Ke^l. a-c
The snow storm which began last
night ar.. fell intermittently all day
->vas ended by nightfall. It greatlj
:eterred the relief workers, but acte l
a; a deterrent to incipent fires whi h
continued -o la. eak out during the day
Sacred H ;it convent, a five-3tt>ry
school for girl; at Thirty-sixth and
Burt streets, which was almst en-
tirely demolished, is to be rebuilt
soon. Fifty sisters who were drag-
ged from the basement by rescu rs.
are at St. Joseph's hospital. Bishop
Scannell's residence, directly across
•he street from the convent, is ; artia-
lly wracked. Workman were put to
work today to repair the damage.
f-uance of an order of sale iB&ued out
of the District Court of Canadian Co.,
Oklahoma, on the 5th day of March
1913, in an action wherein E. S
Rhoades, Administrator of the Estate
of Herbert R. Harmon, deceased, was
plaintiff and Grace H. Jones and R. D
Jones were defendants and John Wel-
ter, Jr., and Frank Welter were de-
fendants and cross petitioners, direct-
ed to me the undersigned Sheriff of
Canadian County, Oklahoma, com-
manding me to levy upon and sell,
without appraisement, the following
described property, towit:
All of Lot two (2) in Block letter-
ed "F" In the city of El Reno, and all
of Lots thirteen (13) and fourteen
(14) in Block twenty one (21) in
Keith's Addition to the city of El
Reno, as shown by the recorded plat
thereof, all lying and situate in Cana-
dian County, Oklahoma, to satisfy the
judgment and degree of foreclosure
in favor of the plaintiff and against
the defendants Grace H. Jones and R.
D Jones obtained and made in said
court on the 4th day of September,
1912, for the sum of $1200 together
with T 1-2 per cent interest theron
from the 15 th day of August 1910 and
attorneys fee of $50.00, and to satisfy
a ;udgment and decree of foreclosure
in favor of the defendants and cross
petitioners John Welter Jr. and
Frank Welter and against said de-
fendants Grace H. Jones and R. D.
Jones obtained md made in said
court on said 4ah day of Steptember,
1912 for the sum of J2725.00, of which
said sum $1725.00 thereof bears inter-
est at the rate of 10 per cent per an-
num from June 7. 1910 and $1,000.00
thereof hears interest at the rate of
10 per cent per annum from May
1911 and an attorney's fee in the sum
of $305.99. together with the costs of
! said action taxed at $17.75 and coste
■ accruing; I will on this 10th day of
I April 1913 at the hour of 10 o'clock, A,
M. of said day, at the front door of the
j court house in the city of El Reno,
Canadian County, Oklahoma, offer for
sale and sell to the highest bidder for
cath the property above described, or
so much thereof as will satisfy said
judgments, with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 5th day of
JASON A. L. CLARK
Sheriff of canadian County.
Ey J. M. Car.or, Under Sheriff.
(First pub. March
In the District C urt
Witness my hand this 27th day of E. s. Rhoac.es.
JASON A. L. CLARK vs.
By B. C. McDonald, Deputy.
Feb. 27—5t wkly.
Grace H. Jones, et al,
Notice is hereby given that in par
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First pub. Mar. 3—wks.
notice by publication
Slate of Oklahoma,
Canadian County, SS.
In the County Court of said County
C. E. McCoy, Plaintiff.
John L. Mcoy, Defendant.
Said defendant John L. McCoy, will
take notice that he has been sued In
the above named court for the sum of
$46S.02 rent on the undivided 1-3 of
the North West Quarter of Section
Twenty-nine l2?> Township Thirteen
(13) N. Range Ten (10) West of the
Indian Meridian, in Canadian County.
State of Oklahoma, for the years 1904
to H<12, and must answer the petition
filed therein by said plaintiff on or be-
for loth day of April, 1913, or said
petition will be taken as true, an 1 a
judgment for said plaintiff for tie
sum of $46S.02 with interest thereon
at the rate of 7 per cent per annuifl.
and the attachment therein had and
granted will be rendered a«.xordingly.
J. O. Breuer.
Clerk County Court.
John W. Clark,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
•> PENNEBAKER & STACKPOLE <•
❖ Farm and City Loans
❖ Insurance and Real Estate Bonds ❖
❖ 115 E. Woodson St. ♦
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 295, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 26, 1913, newspaper, March 26, 1913; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90794/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.