The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 155, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 1, 1929 Page: 2 of 4
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El Reno Daily Democrat
MAHER BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Full United Pres* Report
T. W. MAHER,--- EDITOR
RAY MAHER,----- - - BUS. MGR.
It City (By Carrier)
One Month ---------------- -40
Three Months ------- 100
By Mall in County
Outside of County
Six months ____________________2.00
Classified, one day. per word ... .02
Classified, three days, per word .05
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1749—Samuel Doak, Prcshytorlan
clergyman, "the apostle of learning
and religion In the West," born ih
Augusta Co., Va. Died in Bethel,
.enn., Dec. 12, 1830.
1770—William Clark, soldier,
plorer, governor of Louisiana Territory
born In Caroline Co., Va. Died at
St. Louis, Sept. 1, 1838.
1815— Richard Henry Dana. Jurist
and author of "Two Years Before the
Mast," born at . Cambridge, Mass
Died in Rome, Italy, Jan. 7. 1882.
1818 Maria Mitchell, most famous
woman astronomer of her aay, born
at Nantucket, Mass Died at Lynn,
Mass., June 28, 1889
1819 Herman Melville, author, who
won fame by his books on South Sea
life, born In New York City. Died
there, Sept. 28, 1891.
1820—John L. Stephens, U. S Minis-
ter to Hawaii during the revolution in
1893, born at Mount Vernon. Maine.
Died at Augusta. Me., Feb. 7, 1896.
1843—Robert Todd Lincoln, eldest
son of the President, lawyer. Secre-
tary of War (1881-18851, Minister to
Great Britain (1889-1893), born at
Springfield, 111. Died at Manchester,
Vt., July 25, 1926
1498—Columbus, on his third voyage
first set foot upon Ihe continent o(
America, at Terra Flrma, South Amer-
1768—Merchant of Boston ugreed to
import nothing from Great Britain.
1876—Colorado admitted to tho «. n-
Ion the 3stli State.
1917—U. S. Senate adopted resolu-
tion for submitting Federal Prohlbl-
tlon Amendment to the States.
1919—70,000 railroad shopmen went
strike In the Chicago district.
Ellson D. Smith. U. S. Senator
from South Carolina, born at Lynch-
burg, Va.. 65 years ago.
III. Rev. John J. Nilan. Roman
Catholic bishop of Hartford, Conn.,
born at Ncwburyport, Mass., 7t years
MaJ. Gen. Sumuel D. Sturgis, U.S.A.
retired, born In St. Louts, 68 years
Burton L. French, representative in
Congress of the First Idaho district,
horn at Delphi, Ind., 64 years ago.
Morris Hillquit. noted Socialist
leader, born in Russia, 60 years ago.
Mrs. Frederick J. Manning, formerly
EL RENO TRANSFER
& STORAGE CO.
Transfer, 8torage, Packing,
Shipping, Local and Long Dis-
tance Moving and Heavy Haul-
112 W. Wade
fortune attends this •«>“
giving way to Priae
Miss Helen Taft, born In Cincinnati.
38 years ago.
Combined with the general char
acteristics of this month, this day adds
strong passion and a love of sensation _
S (Mroubte.^ wS r In Rnance
Proven Relief *'of
Th„ remedy has
"< nT. oa th. Stomach. Indl*
MEMORIALS IN MARBLE AND GRANITE
ATLAS MARBLE COMPANY
rest l on,
: In' m?«SSL '
m< nt may. " ”°l “«d""tO aerlouai
orcoer treatment.^to espej
Creole, White and Silver Gray Georgia Marbles
Tennesse Pink and Gray Marble. Wlnusboro Graulte,
Regal Blue Marble.
Iron Fencing ,y
; ,'nV beneficial In tw
l Terrs ot the Stomach,
r ciei t» t*n
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Represented by CHARLES R. D1Y
312 East Wade St.
On hand at
Patterson Drug Co-
R. E. WHITLOCK.
C. H. KRUMM,
IN APPRECIATION OF YOUJ£T^}™(22™S
(Publish July l^5- Aug 1)
hTpATlk)UN. G'lf.KT'NGa: have
You arc hereby ".' '.‘ lot Court within
been sued '".‘J^Voumy State of Okla-
und (or Canadian County. » aba, c
Itoma, In an actionAlbert P. Bolin
Bolin is Plai,,^ifA Bolin) is defend-
ing known as A. haM filed
ant. and that .ald p'oinU f
,„r petition th ^'.",,.Pd vorce and that
be granted un absolute a.vorco «»« foU
she Lave and njc0'*r. property situated
Fifty degrees is the correct
temperature in a reffigera-
All perishable foods
must be kept at fifty degrees
or lower to properly pre-
serve them. Check your own
gw, i vs»r •- -
The type of refrigeration .... electric or ice .... is not so impor-
tant. It is the temperature the refrigerator will constantly main-
tain that is vital. Keep the chamber well filled with ice in an ice
refrigerator to maintain a temperature of fifty degrees. Electric
refrigerators can be adjusted to maintain the desired tempera-
ture. A thermometer should be kept in the refrigerator at all times.
100 IB. BAG 10
Our Merchandise Department or any dealer
in standard makes of electric refrigerators
as well as your ice company.....will
be glad to assist you in maintaining safe re-
frigeration in your home the year round.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company
Uinoiror Pure Cider Extra Strength 00
Vinegar Bring Your Jug GAL ■?«»
2 pkgs. .19
2 for .35
El r.eno, Oklanoma, according
recorded plat thereof. notlfled that you
,„29 „ .....1 not'lion wilt be taken as
3 tall cans
or said pet tion " . .“',51«n,tf/ an
«'■ lj*jrCL TREVATOAN „
Attorney for Plaintiff
ATTEST: FRANK TAYLOR.
By Deputy ^LAuBOYDrk
(Publish July 25 and Aug.
In the County Court of Canadian Cou
of T. J.
Lge. 21-2 Can
Everbest 2 LB. AQ
Ginger Ale CANADA DRY
1 LB. TIN
Prunes, 2 lbs.
Bottle Caps Gross .23
Queen quart jar
10 URGE .21
s. w. s.
Courteous. Peraonal Attention
To Every Customer.
Tomato Sauce Prg 3 for .25
WASHBOARDS, Silver Chief .49
SOAP, Cream Oil 3 bars .19,6 for .35
BROOM, Gem Fancy Parlor .69
Apricots HEAVY SYRUP 2 1-2 Can -29
Bacon i Q Dry
Squares lb. Jo Salt Pork lb.
ty. State of Oklahoma.-
In ‘ the Matter «*f the Estate
R,lSP- notice' TO CREDTORS
To the Crcdltovs of T. J. Hasp. Deceased.
executor of (bo estate of s.i d 'b ct
,1 that nil persons haying
"ainVt the estate of said decedent are
Squired to exh'b't them to said under-
daned C. F. McDonald, executor, with
necessary vouchers At hls place of
Mmlnoss First National Bank of El Bern).
Oklahoma, within four months from the
late of the ( rst publlcat'on of this no
t'ee. to-\vit: from the 25th day of July,
Ir*-o or the same w'U be forever barred.
Dated Jui^y. Donald. , R
Executor of the estate of I*. J Kasp.
Attorneys for executor.
(Publ’sh July 18-25, Aug. 1.)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
>TATE OF OKLAHOMA TO: Carrie
Waller, Effie Keppler Samuelson. May
Francis. Anna Francis. J- L., Vuliy.
Jav Duffv, Carrie P'xley. Y eryl Hatch,
Irving Hatch, Louie Hatch. Leah Hatch,
Marion Hatch Anderson; the unknown
heirs, executors, administrators, de-
v'sees, trustees and assigns, if any, or
Kate Keppler, Deceased; the unknown
heirs, executors, administrators, ae-
v’sees. trustees and assigns, If any, ol
Mary Duffy. Deceased; the unknown
heirs, executors, administrators, de-
visees, trustees and assigns, if any, or
Margaret Hatch, Deceased. Defendants:
You nnd each of you are hereby no-
tified that a Petition has been Med in
ho District Court of Canadian County.
Oklahoma, wherein John F. S'hrow and
Emma L. Carman are Plaintiffs and you
ind each of you above named are de-
fendants. and that you and each of you
hereby noticed that you have been
in said action in the nbove named
Dornn Swift’s 1 !b.
DdbUII coral Sliced
2 doz -29
Canteioupe 3 For .29
Apples 4 uk. -25
105*1. Itock bland ALLISON’S
528 W Watts
ned — _____
Tourt and must answer the
’iled therein by the Plaintiffs on
'ore the 30th clay of August. Yjcj. ui-
a'd Petition will be taken as true and it
v 11 be adjudged and decreed that the
following named persons are the owners
n fee simple of the following described
eal estate situated in Canadian County,
Lots 5. 0. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11, 12. 13. 14.
15, 16. 17. IS. 19. 20. 21, 22. 23 and ’4
in Block 17 Robbins Addition to City
of El Reno, Oklahoma.
fn the proportions hereinafter set out,
John F. Schrow, undivided 1-C in-
Carrie Waller, undivided 1-5 In-
Emma L. Carman, undivided 1-5
EfPe Keppler Samuelson, undivid-
ed 1-5 interest.
May Francis, undivided 1-30 in-
Anna Francis, undivided 1-30 in-
,1. L. Duffy, undivided 1-30 Interest,
Jay Duffv. undivided 1-30 interest,
Carrie Pixley, undivided 1-30 inter-
Very! Hatch, undivided 1-150 Inter-
Irving Hatch, undivided 1-150 in-
Louis Hatch, undivided 1-150 inter-
Leah Hatch, undivided 1-150 inter-
Marlon Hatch Anderson, undivided
ind that partition of said property be
nade aocord'ng to the interests so ad-
'udged, nnd that it will be further or-
lored that three commiss'oners be ap-
pointed by the Court to make partition
•f said land into tho requls'te number of
•hares and if partition cannot be made
v thout manifest injury to the inte-ests
*f parties, said commissioners will bo
rderod nnd directed to make valuation
md appraisement of said property and
•eport to the Court their proceedings
‘hereunder, and it will be further ad-
’udged that the unknown heirs, execu-
tors, administrators, devisees, trustees
ind assigns, if any of Kate Keppler,
\farv Duffy and Marearet Hatch, have no
Mirht. title or Interest in or to sa'd land,
ind it will be further ordered that the
iourt costs, attorney’s fee nnd expenses
which may accrue In said nctlon be ap-
oortloned among the parties according
to their respert've interests.
Dated this 17th day of July, 1929.
(SEAL) Court Clerk.
By LELA BOYD, Deputy.
J. A. Rinehart.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
(Publish July 11, 18. 25, Aug. 1, 1929)
^tate of Oklahoma. Canadian County, as.
In the Justice Court or E. A. Palmer, El
Reno City District, said Countv and
Ttny Morrow, doing hus!noss as Tradera
Supply Company. Plaintiff, vs. The Na-
tional EDotrlc Company. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Th'', State of Oklahoma to The National
j Electric Company:
; You will take notice that the above
named plaintiff hod an attachment Is-
sued from the Justice Court of J. D. Pen-
i nebaker, who has since been succeeded
by E. A. Palmer, and tho said Justice Is-
sued an order of attachment which order
was served upon the property of the de-
fendant to recover the sum or J50 oo nnd
costa and was Issued on the 12th dav
December. 1928. and tho cau-e Wit be
heard on the 18th day of Auamt. 1929 .
You will take due notice thereof and
govern yourself accord’nrlv.
E. A. PALMER.
. _ Justice of the Peace.
A. G. Morrison 4 Sons.
Attorney, tor PUJntUf.
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