The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 203, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1927 Page: 2 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 21, 1927.
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
MAHER BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS
DAILY E.\C'Tf SUNDAY
Full Unit** Press Report
T. W. MAHk'K
J It. MAUEK
CIVIC PROD RAMS
(Published September 15. 22)
NOTICE or HEAHING SETTLEMENT
OF FINAL. ACCOUNT. AND PETITION
.Stitt' of Oklahoma. t’unadiit L'«>uiit\ ss.
\ TUI li.r.NTV I ‘I ll'KT OK SAID
In the matter of the csliU. <>i Rosa >1
Uollinetr. <. < •..r* <1.
i' K ,M. Donald as Hit Ailli.lliietrni.ti
lllll will ‘ i r. 111 t. ■ 'I <'f the estate i.f l.oMl
I ll.'lllfU'er. licer, <1. having oil til
•in .1 i of Si |n. lie r. r. iiiln.-il
.,r iib ii. n( innl filed In thie I'nurt hl>
I-11,i ......nint and f' iMirt of his mlmin-
intiall*at <iH nil' ll administrator mel l’< -
|iii|. a i"i Distribution, Ks>ld estute being
now ready for distribution
It D therefore hereby ordered by Hie
ft,.nrt thnt Wednesday, th>- 5lh >iay of
i, |,.|,er. 1327, at the hour of T. n o'clock
A M of said day, that being u day of
ll,,. regular October Term, 192. of said
I'nurt, b< find Hie same Is hereby ap-
, ■: 'll settlement thereof, a* Die
Cnur.ti <’ouit Room in tin; < ity of fc.1
It, i, in said County, when and where
mi n interested in said estate may
, iud fib his exceptions In writ-
in;. t! , Iieeouilt ulid petition for ills-
mi contest the as me.
J I ■ lull day of September ,
(SEAL) B- J KMTZ,
With the advent of cooler weather, renewed activi-
ties of civic clubs mav be expected, t c succcsslul chicj
club, or individual either fo. that matter, is the one that i
has a program with a defin te purpose in view ano ad-
heres strictly to it. , ..
There is plenty of wog in El Reno an 1 ' anai ian
County for everyone of tht civic clubs, if the members
will just take off their coat, and ‘‘go to it.
The Indian Fair out at Fort Reno next month, would
appreciate a little energetic work trom the chic ehihy..
Then “Fire Prevention" we will soon he here, and that
is one week the civic club r r. k i s can do some * *»i 1 ei*
fective work. The F.1 Ren Fire Department sponsors
the week annually, hut who ver work has been done in
fire prevention work in rect years has been done b\ te<
If the civic clubs will •. operate with the hire 1"
partment this year, some t cellent work can he accomp-
lished, work that will result in a decreased fire loss for
El Reno and may be for you, Mr smian-
There are other project^ in the oiling that deserve
assistance from the civic clubs, not merely ‘talk’ hut
honest conscientious work. The time E ripe for every
civic club to formulate a program now, for me next 11-
months, and in the meant im Tsbvuldlx thedutv oteveij,
civic organization, to give me of t
jects that are events of the near luture. Put iiie com-
mittee to work and then sc; that they <1<> the joo.
The Federal Census of 020 gave El Reno a popula-
tion of 7,037 if we rememl r correctly, and goodness
knows we have tried in var to forget those ligures, lot
we never believed them t(< he accurate. 1 lien too, oui
pride in our home city, \vou: i naturally prompt us to loi-
get such meagre figures for the population oi a city as
large as El Reno.
Rut. we cannot wholly remove those awful figures
from our mind, when every map. every dictionary, even
almanac, and in fact everything that is destined to give
population information, has those telltaio ligures.
It is three years until another federal enumeration,
hut it will he 300 years more or less before El Reno can
outlive the 1020 population figure.
While we are digging around trying to find some
work for the civic clubs, the thought occurred to us that
the taking of the census of El Reno and f anadian ((,imi '
would be a real worthwhile undertaking for all civic clubs
and all organizations of the county.
With proper organization and assistance trom e\ei\
community in the county, the Granges, farmers l iron,
and civic clubs, the census of FJ Reno, every town m the
county and the county as a whole, could be made a mat-
ter of a very short period. It could 1 c accomplished in
less than a week with the proper sort <1 interest and oi-
ganization. , . . .
It would rot Ik* an idle task, hut such an underta \ing
would give us a line on our population that would at leaM
be a real precedent when next Federal census is taken.
Another benefit that might resi-.ii from such a cen-
sus is that our share of the gasoline tax might he in-
creased. Frankly we do not know the outcome in th.osi
counties where a census has been taken, showing an in-
creased population, and application n ade tor an in-
creased share of the tax. ,
The county’s share of the gasoline tax is pro-rated
by the state on the basis ot population and area. 1! \*b
could prove that Canadian < ounty ha more | tpul.it n>n
and we were successful in getting the late authorities t<
admit it, we could get more gasekne money 1 * oui high-
ways, than we receive at present.
These are just a few thoughts along census lines, hut
in our opinion they are w< rth mere than a passing
Robert Hunts wrote norm' of In oak pills*ra which arc said to havi
best poems while he wn* a ploughlm- been mo'is of wr* <1 •,i or cajiluri'il
\ > In i.f t i• SI*;* 11'ffit A 'm.i
PAYS FOR THIS
The beat iron matte
Pay only 50c. down
These speci'il low terms are only for a short time,
in addition we will allow you a credit of
One Dollar for your old iron.
Think of it!
It is almost like getting one of
these wonderful, good-for-a-
iifc-time electric irons free be-
cause it will more than save
its cost in time and labor
while you arc paying for it.
• OKLAHOMA GAS & ELECTRIC
Is,.. ,\v'Ax .v\v«v
i o Ju our s.mrd towards putting
Atwater Kent One Dial Keoeiver
In every home, we have a payment
plan which enable, you to hetfin
enjoying the radio programs im-
mediately. Let us tell you about
it and give you a demonstration.
Don’t wait. Radio
is lor everybody—
not lor a privi-
\ CERFAL DISH FOR EVERY
Phone Us—We Deliver
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i hl-rh«*n-ter a IHanaond Tlrand//y\
IHIIi Id ICeJ tn.l i>old metaUic A//
buses, srilrl with Bluff r’bbotu
Tttkr no olhi r. Ilur of ;«itf ;
llrigela,’. Ask fori Ill-nil s-TFH*
DtAlIoMI Hit AM* IMLUS f-f tl
years know* Best* Safe't. Always ReMiMff
An old i liureh In London possea*
S.’H'.i nodlc Crrmr la fraqu.ntlr
ii Hevi'd by one application of —
f lif V9(l J WHS’ Lj'|'i.va.»w. wa
( r If Villi » J.trt Vf.l Yiar'.y
Wednesday, Sept. z8*Saturday, Oct. 1
Friday, September I4*2h-Z7*W*50
Same Days as Horse Races
My car i.s vit d to the con-
duct of mv hi; .incss. And
l\e le -t ui.-d that one way to
assure r.i\si It of day in
and ii.iv out dependability
and with icr iue! econ-
omy besides is to install
Cli«in|n>ii i* ihr f. ’iff
tbaiU !•!ok bti iMic J ns
tfouble-1 tblffJ iiHi'iuu
•site iMf-iii lut'f ’ri’f
rowstmcficm cimi ti* <|/f*
rial aiuifvsts f.'filruijfi.
for T i *i!•
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TOU DO, OHIO
"j Fur our protection I*.’ .'Mr* the
J Chumf>ton5 yoi* l>m> ure
I I’nl.llrlivil, " I ’ally IO'lnocrat,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Stale of Oklahoma to l’liillip Kdv.Tn
Oaks: . . ...
Take notin' that you haw hern sin.l
ii tin District Court of Canadian County,
state of Oklahoma, by Sadie Isabelle
>ak* in an action for absolute divorce.
.ml mherein ii is alleged that you have
I.. . II -Hilly of gross tl. Mleet of Ilf ' ;
war.I the plaintiff th. rein named uf'on
which around the relief
i,i*ii\ et| f. r. mill that you must unsw.t
lb.-'petition filed therein by said plaln-
tIff on or before the 2mh <Uiy o( JTcfo-
ii**t or same will !>• tak« n 'H
ami Judg'nif nt n-ndered f*«* plaint
f,„ absolute d«vorM-ANK TAY,<()K
. ^, , Court Clerk.
By Te la rt. yd. Deputy.
! It L. FotfR. ,
| lUnrnei im 1 lalntuf. _
! IN THE DISTRICT COURT °F„<L^N.A ’
DIAN COUNTY. STATE OF OKLA-
! K j Ulcluirt, . Plaintiff.
Man Spencer and the unknown hOrs
,,f vidward Situs, deeeas' d. living or dead
;>ml on,one claiming «"der |'j^’dants.
‘‘you Ti'iu/eaeh of you are hereby noti-
• fl,'„ tluit you will be sued in the Dlstnct
|r,»uri i*f i*:inaclii»!i bounty. State of
l 'ht»n. • in a <us* itu-r«jin |v*ndlng *
! yt I hart is plaintiff and you and
’ each of you are defendants, (Caaa No.
7si» and 'hat t"U and each, of >ou, mud
appear and ari
eentatne.t will t- taken hh true.and the
till, to and possession of plaintm will
i„ fullv <tuh ted as against you and each
„■ vou’lti and to th- following described
r,al esum ih Canadian County, State of
1 Oklahoma: , .
I peginning at a point nn the V\ est
iiii, of the North half of the houth-
, ii-t Quarter of 8e. lion 13. Township
1- Not th of Range 5 West or the
Indian M.-ridlun, said point being r.U
feet ...uth Of the Northwest corner
th. North half of the Southeast
tjuurter of said section, thence cast
;,ml parallel with the .norm line of
said section lor u diMtiiu
,.f ■ is7 > r-i t, tlietice south and par*
ll >’ v ith the east line of said <piar-
i., k. -tion feet to a point; theno
ilistute, of 1." IN feet tjletlr
south 2*5 d- grees IV minutes west for
..outli 7’.| degr-es t' minute* wed f.".-
distaii'e of 1.554.7 f''t *o a point
I,II ti„ Wift line of -a d 'ltl.ll-:- ■ ,' C
Ii ,n it,, me north along the st tin*
,.f -aid quart' ' seetlon a distance ot
...... f... t to place of beginning, b Ing
an ir cKular tra« t of land out of tin-
nortli half of wid south ast t|imrter
... s et n 12. Township 12 North
of Ring.' .' Wist. t. M. containing
:t; 4 acres, , .....
and you and • ach of j u v ill • .or- - ■
barn d. f -r. dosel in •• d ;■ ‘
si tting out or elalming nn' * >e-iit. t.t ••
,.r interest whatsoever Into or upon sa.U
,. .1 . t. I I any lirtrt thereof :o above
a I I .h:di.:n-ut I- r. n.lei'd
against you In the above deserlb- d pas-
iIeulars and josts
Witness i liaud and >eji| tills itt.l
i ,\ of Si > . mi"T. t:*27.
(SEAM 1 ,:‘r(
y^rskno»RE»Pcit,Safe t.Alv.»y^<*ll»Mff *-v t, ;,TU| that YOU ftlld eat»n OI >OU
KunrwKBBittmRK sya.'Sg a
'.October, ...... * or‘ "
(he originol C/'.mj'ioti cartons. JJ I
(Pulilish September !f>, 22, 2'.D
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the Creditors of Anne Vorster, tie-
The ercdltors "i th< .-l"'W nn......
,.,d'iit are herehv notlfi'.'. that tin tin
i. mi, n d wa b| tl fount < ourt oi
. Vnadlati County. Oklnlio' ia. appoint."I
\dmiuisti ator of th" '••tale of seal d-
...lent, and Hint all person- having
au.ilii’t tl'” • '!;«!• •*! ^oi'l • I*’*'•
,1,1,1 an' required t" exhibit them to
,„1 ni .I i sIbip I R T Kor-ter »ith 111.
-,i|'l Vollet" r.-. at hi bout, in \ tl'
(tl.lahoina. within four months from
■ late of the first |uihlliatl"P ■ < tills
to-wlt 'mm th" 15th dfv o*
I'l.er l:*2t. of lli. same will In
Ilat.-d .-s. pt* Inin-r 8, 1327
tl T puRSIKR.
(Publish September 19-2C1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
OKLAHOMA STATU AID l’ROJIh T
Si pt* ru»v r 1‘•. H*-*•
Sealed proposal* "ill I"' received at the
i, ffic. "f the State Highway Engineer in
U„. Capitol Rull llio until .........cl;" k
„ . S. pt. mb r 27. 1827. at which tune
tiiev Mill I', publicly opened and rmd
ii. r'lh" con • truct Ion "i i tklahotna State
Ahl I’m id i >o. 221, Section "A", same
e,r,g apprbxlmati iy 1.6 miles of ruck
asphalt "ii gravel and black base in.LU-
ti el in t> County on State Highway Nc>. .•
I.. ginning at tli Oklahoma < "unty lute
-iiiil extending westerly to the end of con-
' ac'i'ronlmatk Ql ANTITIKS
. iniii -t, d gravel biiM . * *.
i 2 ■ Hot top rock asph. it 2 i
l2" Cold top ruck asphalt • '•
i" in b 29n2.aU S ».
It., Hot top ruck asphalt 3-*77 *2 S V
IBlack has" i r
I-.’ xlif ''on. r. te t urh u":,: '
• lass A. Concrete -< • *
Relnfurcing f t* ■ 1 ;
PI .n may I"- examined and forms of
I,mput-nls, contracts and spe. Itieutiuiis
«, ,mrt d at the office of the State Mlxh-
vvo> Engineer . , .
I r I... I. I. ru ll'sir.' t" pllivlli.se plilllS
Mow will I <■ turn shed at 25c per she*
............ , ,st of printing ami mailing.
l;i.- , , wist I,, ol tie*'I* I forms Ot till!
S'ai llighu in C..niimsU"U aecompamed
, , . rtlfi. d clu ck in Hi* uinuunt of
r. . i.t of th- bid Right i* reserved
to reject any or all bid" . ...
11. tail, d Instruction" to l.i.ld-r* "ill
'mud ..n pages 4 to *. Inclusive
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 203, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1927, newspaper, September 21, 1927; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909302/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.