The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 204, Ed. 1 Monday, September 13, 1926 Page: 3 of 4
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MONDAY, SEPTKMBER 13. 1926.
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
Social and Personal
W. M. 8. *
Thp Women's Missionary Society of
St John's Methodist Church will have
I heir monthly program and social meet-
ing in the parlors of the church Thurs-
day afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Mrs
R. C. Taylor will conduct the devo-
tionals and Mrs. Alva Williams will
have charge of the program. Members
of the Belle Bennett circle will be
hostesses. All members are asked to
attend. Visitors are always welcome
at these meetings '
B. and P. W. Club
The Business und Professional Wo-
men’s club will hold their regular so
rial meeting in the club rooms Tues
day evening. Dinner will bo served
it ti:15. All teachers and members
who have been out of town during the
summer are specially urged to attend
this the first indoor meeting of tin
season. A very interesting program
has been arranged for the evening.
Mrs. E. E. Brown, 50'J E. Wade, d*
lightfully entertained the Pastime club
m Saturday afternoon when Mrs Cupp
ireceived high score in the game of
(bridge. Additional guests for the*aft
lernoon were Mesdames Murphy.
Phelps, Swttlm and Filkins. After the
nerving of a delicious repast, the club
fdjourned to meet Saturday, Sept.-IS
:with Mrs. Crites.
MISS ALICE SMITH
Andrew Ireland who has been em-
ployed by the government in Nevada,
lias returned to his home here and will
resume his duties as instructor in the
Oklahoma university at Norman.
Erett Bates, Mrs. Bates, Miss Hud-
wig Senge and Mrs. Columbus Hall
and son spent Sunday in Oklahoma
i Jack Xicnolson left Saturday even
iug for Iowa City. la . where he will
enter medical college.
Miss Hazel Church left today for
Chlckasha where she will resume her
studies at the Oklahoma College for
-“*■*0 ■ ■
J. F and Ernest Barth left this
morning ‘for Sulphur, Okla.. where
i they will enjoy a two weeks vacation
Hint Gets Work Done
Superintendent Peterson, of the |
New York. New Haven, and Hartford j
i power-house at Cos Cob, Conn., he j
, lleves In moral suasion and neatness. ;
! [nstead of scolding his men be has a i
sign on a portable stand reading. ;
I “Tb1 Is tiie dirtiest place in the shop.”
When a spot falls to be kept Immactj-
■ Inte ibis sign adorns It for a week
The result' Is u brisk competition in
cleanliness—The < tutlook.
You will not have a shiny nose now.
A very fine, pure, new French Process
Powder la all the rage. Keeps shine
away—perspiration hardly affects it.
Lines or pores won't show. Looks
like natural skin and gives a beautiful
complexion. Get a box today. It is
called MELLO-GLO. City Drug Store
Probably yon are going ta Europe
this time to discover what la the mat-
ter with that French debtl
Nicaragua's revolution is expected
to cost $500,000. The mode right*
ought to be worth that much.
‘if you're not feeling well, wny
don't you g<> to your doctor? Can't
you trust him?”
"Oh. yea, I can trust hlin. but ha'a
not altogether willing to trust me."—
"Wei?, dud, I Jnat ran up to aav
“Too late. aon. Your mother Just
ran up to khv good by aud got all my
Old Mirrors Raailvarad
Mirrors made to order, any siaa
desired. Work Guaranteed.
Corner Foreman and Admire
J. T. KING. Prop.
The world la Improving. Most of
the shaving cream tubes are now fitted
with caps too large to roll down the
EL RENO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND
•lO 4 RINB
The man who was hit with the lid
of an Ice cream freezer may be thank
fui nobody hit him with a brick of
Ordinarily there are two aides to
the debate: The right side and the
side which requires some one to hurl
Ponca Bill's Wi
Girls Friendly Society
The Girls Friendly society will re-
sume their work at their first meet
ing of the season Tuesday evening af-
ter school, at the parish house. All
members are requested to be present
and bring their art albums.
The Unity club will hold their first
^meeting of the season Wednesday aft
ternnon in the home of Mrs. F. E. Am
old, 518 S. Barker. All members arc
•urged to attend.
* * Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Nicholson, Mr.
end Mrs. A. I.). Dority and son, and
Mrs. E. C. Young motored to Chick
nsha Sunday afternoon to visit Rev.
John A. Gardner who is quite ill in a
• hospital at that place. Rev! Gardnei
was formerly rector of the Episcopal
church in tilts city.
Club Wants Furniture
As the Women's Community Service
club is furnishing a tuberculosis col-
lage in the country, an old fashioned
commode or wash stand, an easy < hair,
table and mirror are needed. Anyone
wishing to contribute please not if;.
Mrs. M. K. Lucas, phone lllhi.
Edward Redding, son of Mr. ami
_ yrs. M. II. Redding-, who underwent
• n operation for appendicitis at the
Id Reno sanitarium several days ago
Was removed to h'is home Saturday. 1
Mrs. Agnes Campion and children
' fff Chickashn are spending a few day.-
with the former's parents Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Cuthbirtson.
Mr .and Mrs. John Compton were
1he week end guests of the latter's
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. Sandel
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cos and Miss
Marybelle Kelly were Calumet visitors
Mrs. ,1 T Phelps and children and
Mrs. Steve Lucas and son Leon were
Saturday guests of Mrs. Carl Mer
volt. 401 North Rock Island.
A camera has been developed for
. raking pictures from an airplane at an
altitude of 33,000 feet. With the lens,
the camera Is about four feet long,
weighs ion pounds and contains Rn
elaborate heating apparatus to coun-
teract the Intense cold between 70 Rnd
80 degrees Fahrenheit below zero,
which will he encountered at more
than five miles altitude.
A note of Improvement in stage
standards seems Imminent. There Is
a rumor that "The Black Crook" is to
TWICE ITT- FARMER SIZE
AUGMENTED DYPUXM'jE OF PWKBTY OF U.6. ORCV9
A great help in getting the guar
anteed mileage out of the tires is to
give the fast freight precedenre Rt
About 92.7 per cent of the world's
big Jobs are held by men who never
wonder whether the socks harmonize
with the tie.
if the alx-tuhe set seems to he tin
usually afflicted with summer static,
you might try a little oil on the neigh-
"What are you fishing for, little j
"But there are no whales in this
“No, nor anything else, so I might
Just as well (Nh for whales.”
"You look radiant, old man. Starl-
ing off on your vacation, I suppose."
“Nq; Just learned that the wife's
relatives nrm't coming here on theirs."
3 HERDS OF ELEPHANTS
600 EDUCATED ANIMALS
worlds biggest amusement
TROUPES OF FOREIGN PERFORMERS
MATSU MATO JAPANESE FAMILY
GORGEOUS STREET PARADE OF NATIONS
UNEXCELLED, UNEQUALLED AND TME
WONDER OF TME AGE.__
O ^ CIRCUS ~ WILDWEST
And every day you put off ha ing
it done, decreases its value that
much. .. Lacquer job by our ex-
perienced mechanics will make it
look like new. and increase its
value many dollars.
The price is very reasonable.
JOSEPH REICHERT AND CO.
102 N. Admire Phone 124
It Is estimated that it takes the av-
erage male two months after spring
houseclcatilng to worm the easy chair
hack under a lamp.
Advance Ticket Salt* to Ik? at City Drug Store Circus Day.
Same Price As Charged On Show (Grounds.
To Err Is Human?
These men do not make mistakes!
The Store of New Styles
and Greater V alues
1 r i 71
-skwSt-* ft a**,
_ .j i i. ■jt ) >f“ ‘ ‘ ‘llIHlIiHHill U
3-Piece Suits $115, up
Hijfh type material and Construction-
Luxurious, Comfortable, Attractive.
Convenient Terms Can Be Arranged
El Reno, Okla.
HE romance and glamour of news-reporting hover around
the intrepid reporter.
But the UNITED PRESS telegraph operator deserves a
paean of praise for his unfailing accuracy in circumstances
when a tiny error might shake the world!
The layman knows that telegraphy is a matter of dots and
dashes. What he may not know is that with it goes a system
of automatic abbreviation or “shorthand" which reduces
“decided" to “ded" and “judge" to "jdg" at 1 condenses other
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sent as “Mussolini died today” and countless other mistakes
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which he labors.
Tht* newspaper is pteuil if ih« faithful, KNiTi'fi
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THE E RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
t Publish September I, I, 11HI
IN TtIR COUNTY COURT OT
IAN COUNTY. STATE
COURT OF^ t^ANAD-
In the Mattvr »( the Katate of
John \V Renfro, Deceased.
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL
Notice is hereby given that Lucy John-
it«n. the duly appointed and qualified
olinlntHtiHtrlx of the estate of John V.
iletifro, deceased, has rendered and jpg*'
sented for littiil settlement and died In
said t'onrt her final account and report
of her administration as such admlnla-
tratrlx together with her petition pray-
ing for th< final settlement of aald ac-
count. and distribution of said estate.
It is. therefor*-, hereby ordered that the
•7t»i day of September. 1H2C. at the hour
,f |o ,,'eliK'k n. Ill at the County Court
room in tin said City of K1 lleno in said
I'anmtiau County, is hereby designated
■ nil appointed by tin- Judge of said Court
for tVc final settlement of said account,
it which time and place any person or
persons Interested therein may appear
ind show cause, if any they have, wh
aid account should not be approved, and
llsirihiition made as prayed for
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
et no band and affixed tin seal m un>
ourt this 7th day • »f September. 1920.
It. J KINTZ.
• SKAU County Judge
I I. TK KVA Til AX.
Attorney for Admiuistruirix.
(Cub Aug 20, Sept I. 9, IS. 23. 1910)
•STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
rhe State of Oklahoma ex rel
v\ I’. Moerlaon. County Attor-
o'. Canadian County. Daintiff
s’eliv Winters. Jtimes Moore, J.
! Minor, Jennie Moore, Bessie
sharp, and John H Anderson,
11 . Ocfendant*
NOTICE OF THE SALE OF LAND
Notice Is hereby given, that til pur-
1111 lie. of a writ "f execution issued out
• f Hu- clerk's otflei of the IHstrlet Court
n and for Canadian County, State of Ok-
alionia. on the 25th day of August. 1929,
n an action wherein, the State of Ok-
iihoma, e\ rel W I’. Morrison. County
Xttornev in and for Canadian County,
vas plaintiff and Felix Winters, James
Moore, J. It Minor. Jennie Moore Bessie
-harp and John H. Anderson Jr., were
le(eiidants. eommandlng me to levy upon
h property of and belonging to the nail
lefendant. .lames Moore, sufficient to
satisfy n tudgment rendered In shIiI ae-
ilon in favor of the State of Oklahoma,
\ rel W P Morrison, above said Coun-
y Attorney .and against the above satd
lefeiidarits. Felix Winters, James Moore,
I It Minor. Jennie Moore, Bessie Sharp
mil John II Anderson Jr., and each of
hern, for the sum of $1000.HO, with $:I5.95
ust“. on the 21th day of August. 1926, I
no levied upon certain lands ami tene-
ueiits til-longing to the above said de-
itidant. Janies Moore, not exempt from
ale under execution, for wants of goods
mil chattel >if flic said defendants, to-
'II, lads a and South Half of Lot 9 In
“I"'k 91. city of Kl lleno, situated In
Canadian County. Oklahoma, and the
city of Kl lleno, said County, and have
IiiI> caused said lands and tenements tc.
'a appral-ed according to law, at $300 00.
Now. therefore, notice Is hereby gi\pn
that In pursuance of the commands of
said writ, I will offer for sale and sell
or cash t.. the highest bidder, said lands
uid tenements, or so much thereof as
'ill saiisf' Hu said judgment and cost,
■ n tin- 25th day of September. 1926, at
, |MI p. in of said day. at the front door
d tie (’unit House In the City of Kl
tti no, in said County’ and Slate.
Witness in' hand this 26th day of Au-
T C. SHACKI.KTT.
Canadian County, Oklahoma.
(Publish Sept. 2, 9. 16. 1926—St)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" the Creditor of
James II. I ta via. Deceased:
The creditors of the above named de-
cedent are hereby notified that the un-
d’-rsigned was. by the County Court nf
Canadian County. Oklahoma, appointed
administrator of the estate of said de-
cedent. and that all persons having
claims against the estate of said deced-
ent an- required to exhibit them to said
undersigned P. P Myers with the neces-
sary vouch, rs, at his office In the City
■ f Kl lleno, Oklahoma, within four
months from tlie date of the first ptllt-
leatlon of tliis notice, to-wlt: from the
2nd day of September, 1926, or tin- same
will la- forever barred.
Iialed August jlst, 1926
P B MY KBS.
Attorn* y for Administrator.
\ *: Morrison,
< publish Sept. 2. 9. 16. 1926 30
\ TIIK COI NTV col IIT oK CANAD-
IAN cot STY, OKLAHOMA
In iIn Matter of the Estate of
Kat. llnntieinanii. ln-eeased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\I1 persons having claim* agaln«t Kat*
Humiemann. deceased, an required to
iresent tin same with the necessary
.(Uehers to th> undersigned executor at
iis residence mar Banner, Oklahoma,
'itliiti four months of the date hereof or
In same will la forever barred
Dated rhie 2nd day of Heptember, 1926
CKORfJK J, WKISBBOD,
I L Ft tUO,
Attoinev foi Adiilitll trator
• 1‘ilb Aug 1 S*-pt 2 9. is. 23. 1929)
I' \TK i iF i iKI..Ml' *.M A
C.madlai ('omit' ss
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
11, suite oi Oklahoma rel
V p .Morn or Count; Attor
. • in.,dian Count' Plaintiff
. 11 x WI lit e i s Jane-s M"oi. I
M l|ol I, utile Moor* It* ssl**
bin p and 11 dm II Anderson.
I it It nilants
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rit **f e.x* 1 tjtloll IS-U* *1 eut
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, i n*i.- rn - it.....* tiding n * m I"' * upon
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. fi ndant ■$> itnli M*n f* suffh It nl ’• *
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 204, Ed. 1 Monday, September 13, 1926, newspaper, September 13, 1926; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909020/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.