The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 44, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 12, 1927 Page: 2 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
SATURDAY. MARCH 11. 1M7
ELRENO DJULT DEMOCRtl
MAHER BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Pull United Pres* Report
T. W. MAHER ---- EDITOR
J. R. MAHER ----BUS. MGU
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In# year ------- 4.00
By Mall in County
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The monetary cost of being beautiful,
we rend. Is $7!> for the full treatment.
Tills probably Includes extortion, high-
way robbery and blackmail as well an
A book returned to a public library
In Missoula, Mot.:., contained a fried
egg which bail been used ns a book
mark. A story Is being looked Into
that the work was llueon'a essays
Thirty-live French mothers have*
h< en found with a total of 242 living
children. Thli ought to brighten up
the statesmen who are worrying ubout
the next war.
Paris Is still using a card Index de-
vised by Fouche, Napoleon's minis-
ter of police. Fouche's boas. It will
he rece inhered, waa one of the first
(Baltimore Evening Sun.)
There may be many advantages In
living In the city In which you were
born, but to such persons Is denied
the surpassing pleasure of going back
home. Once a year, more or less, the
men and women who have come to
the city to make their fortunes re-
spond to the urge to return to the
scenes of their childhood, to taste
the meat of the fatted calf, to receive
again the parental blessing and to re-
new old acquaintances.
People who slay at home are loyal
to the sons and daughters they send
forth. Every mother considers her
own duckling a swan, and so it is that
In the gossip of the home town those
who have gone to the city enjoy a
local fame that, alas, Is not always
justified by the facts. This tnan is
supposed to be Invaluable to his cm
ployer; that woman to have made a
Returning sons nnd daughters re
allze only too well the fiction that
must be sustained for the honor of
the family. The people at home must
not know of the stinting and saving
that alone make the trip possible.
They must not know that the new
haircut, the jtolished shoes, the bril-
liant scarf, the bargain sale hut, the
pearl gray silk stocking!, the marked
down frock, the borrowed fur coat are
all assumed for the occasion, and that
they are designed to give the appear-
ance of an opulence that does not ex-
ist In fact. They must not be aware
of the extravagance of the chair car
and the quarter tip to the porter us
the prodigal, In regal splendor, as-
cends once more upon native soil.
Fortunately for the city people re-
turning home, they are spared the
audit of their bank accounts. Fortun-
ately, too, pearls and other adorn
ments have their imitations that are
both cheaper and gaudier. After all. I
It takes only a little Ingenuity and j
cleverness to keep up an appearance 1
for the duration of the visit.
Nevertheless it is a test of one's j
equanimity when the poor brother ■
who stayed at home and thus aban- j
doned the quest of fortune meets you :
at the station in a twin six with bal- 1
loon tires and custom built body.
By a stroke of good fortune the
New York girl who held 18 hearts
ut bridge and forgot to redouble Is uu
married and will not hsar about It
Hi** remainder of her Ilfs.
••In the matter <>f parental educa-
tion,** said one of the principal apeak
ers at the Child Study association <.....
vent Ion, ••America is probably ahead
of the rest of the world.” This Is good
news, particularly In view of the repu
(ation of American children as being
more spoiled and Impertinent than
those of any other country. But If
we have erred with our children, we
ran at least claim that our parents are,
preparing to make their own second
childhood inuoem us.
Soinetiody wants to know who Is the
greatest of modern Inventors, Edison
..r Marconi? It depends on the point
„f view. America probably would
pick Edison, while Italy would pick
Marconi, and both would be right, ni
i Pul. ] ■ ton- laniimlng March 8, 1927)
Notice of Hearing Petition for Appoint-
ment of Administrator
IN Ciil'NTY COE'llT
STATE UK OKI.AHOMA.
In the Matter ■ f the Estate of
rt Walker De< east d,
T , ili, holt n> m ni kin and en d <■ r-
.,f i lurl Walker, !>*■• eased:
V,’i an Ion In notified that Will nil
\ tlor-Tl I iis applied to tile Count)
Court of Canadian County. State of Ok-
lahoma. for letters of administration on
.......... of Robert Walker, deceased.
to he issued to Thos. Benson, and that
aid application will »><* heard at the
c,,urt It...... of said Court In the City
..f Kl Reno In said County. <>n the U'tli
dity of March. 1927. at 10 o'clock a ni„
ill Which I line and place any person In-
1, i. st-d may appear and show cause. If
an> they have, why such petition should
not lie granted. .... ,,
Witness my hand and the heal of Si'ld
Court hereunto affixed, this hth day of
U'-7 B J KINTZ.
(SEAL) County Judge.
H l„ KOI If i.
Ally, for Administrator
(Published March lMh, ITth ‘O'1 Mth >
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the creditors of William II Slanakcr,
Tin creditors of the above-named de-
cedent are hereby notified that the un-
dersigned was, by the County Court of
Canadian County. Oklahoma, appointed
dmlnlstratur. with will annexe.I. of the
• slab' of said deedent. and Ilia! nil por-
ous having claims against the estate of
-aid decedent arc required to exhibit
them to said undersigned Robert Slun-
ak-r. with th<- m.ecssary vouchers, at
home in West Walnut lowi si ip
Canadian County. Oklahoma, within four
months from tin dot. of tin first puo-
:• ation of this notice, to-wit: from the
uih day of March, 1927. or the tame will
| . forever barred
I i.ind March 8th, I id.'7.
ROBERT SLANAK Hit,
Administrator, with will annexed
Publish Fi b 17 24, March 3. 10. 17. 1927
NOTICE OF RECEIVING BIOS FORv
OIL AND GAS LEASES
Notice is hereby given m-. it: C?m-
mi-sloncra of tin l.ana office of
Sti te of Oklahoma, will receive sealed
bids until 2 o'clock p m. <*n Mart h ...
11127. for oil and gas leasts on certain
of Its school and state lands hereinafter
described, subject to the right of the
Commissioners of the latml Office to re-
ject any and all bids.
Kalb bidder will be required to ac-
company his bid With a certified cheek
,>U bank draft in the sum of one Thou-
sand (tl.ttohl Dollars, payable to the
Commissioners of the l-ahd Offv*e as a
deposit of earnest money to Insure tne
. v. cution of the leas.- by the bidder and
tli. furnishing of the bond as required
by law On. deposit will sufficient
fur any number of bids. Any deposit
made by a bidder, shall be returned if
th. bid of such bidder is not accepted
by the Commissioners of the I.and Of-
Ila.-h tract will be leased separately to
the highest nnd best bidder for a period
of five <51 years and as long thereafter
as oil or gas may be produced thereon
!n piling quantities for a royalty of not
less than one-eighth (1-8) of the oil and
gas produce.! thereon and each lease
shall provide that if no well Is completed
• n based premises within one year from
the date of the lease the leasee shall pay
to the State an annual rental in advance
in the sum of One Dollar per acre, which
payment shall operate to defer comple-
! tioii of the well during the term of the
i lease, and also containing such other
s* urr r”^rt°S!i!ar “
hid Of less than *2 00 per acre will be
considered Bids will be received tor a
straight >M>nus or a lu.nus of not lese
than 92.0U per acre and a drilling con-
tract, and if awarded a lease on a drill-
ing contract on tra<ts Nos. 1, 2. 3 and ♦,
that the bidder will complete a test well
..n one of said tracts Nos. 1, 2. 3 or 4.
.,r an offset to one of said tracts Nos.
j, 2. 3, or 4. to a depth of 3500 feet,
unless oil or gas is found in
paying quantities at u lesser depth,
within one year from the date of award:
if awarded a lease <>n a drilling contract
mi tracts Nos. 5 and 6, that th# bidder
will complete a test well on one of said
tracts Nos. 5 or 6, or within the Imme-
diate vicinity of said tract* Nos. 5 q| (I,
to a depth of 4500 ft., unless oil or gas
Is found in paying quantities at a lesser
depth, within one year from the date of
award, and if awarded a lease on a drill-
ing contract on tracts Nos. 7 and 8. that
the bidder will complete a test well on
.me of said tracts Nos. 7 or 8, to a depth
of 2<>00 ft., unless oil or gas Is found in
paying quantities at a lesser depth,
within one year from date of award. The
successful bidders on drilling contracts
will be required to give bond in a suffi-
cient sum, to lie fixed by the Commis-
sioners of the latnd Office to guarantee
the drilling of said well or wells.
Bach hid must be filed, or delivered to
the Secretary of the Commissioners of
the I,and Office, and if sent by mall
must he sealed in an envelope and mark-
ed there "Bid for Oil and Gas Liease,"
and placed inside of another envelope
plainly addressed to the Secretary of tho
Commissioners of the 4«ind Office.
The successful bidder will be required
to pay for the advertisement of the
hereinafter described tract or tracts
purchased by him.
The number and description of the
tract j offered are as follows, to-wit:
No. Description See. Twp. Rge. A.
2 K. 2 NW. 36 1 In 9w 80
For full particulars, form of bids, rules
and regulations, address:
W. A. DURANT. Secy.
Commissioners of the Land
Office, Oklahoma City. Okla
f. o. b. Flint, Midi.
Comparable to the
- Costliest Cars *
(Pub. Feb. 24, March 3-10-17)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Tn the Matter of the Estate of
James B. Davis.
Notiee Is hereby given in pursuance of
an ord.-r of the County Court of tho
Countv of Canadian. State <>f Oklahoma,
mad- on the U«h day of October, 1926.
the undersigned administrator of the es-
tate of James B. Davis will sell at private
S .le to the highest bidder subject to con-
firmation by said Court on Saturday the
12th day of March A. D. 1927. at 10
o'clock n. m at the office of Dr. P. B
Myers, Kl Reno, Oklahoma, all the right,
title and interest of said James B. Davis
tn and to th.> following described real
estate situate in Canadian County, Stato
of Oklahoma, to-wit:
Lots five and six (5-6) In blk. six
<6) Keith's Addition fi. F.i Reno,
Canadian County, Oklahoma, and
Lots eighteen and nineteen f'8
and 19) In block six (6) Keiths
addition to Kl Reno, Canadian
Paid real estate will bfcSWdd on the
following terms and conditions, to-wit:
Bids for the purchase thereof must
he In writing and must be tiled in the
County Court or delivered to the un-
dersigned at tho offlep of Dr. P. B-
Mvers. Kl Reno, Oklahoma.
hated the 19th day of February, 1927.
P. B. MYERS. M. P.
A G. MORRISON.
Aristide Brland says the $28,000 he
Is to receive as a Ntdiel peace prize
will come Id handy to pay on the
roorttage on his farm. Perhaps we
hare sought world peace In the wrong
way snd should select statesmen who
have mortgages on their farms.
The grown man who thicks of his
long trips to school ns a hoy nnd the
hardships of his time probably does
not realize that the boy of today
has to consider the fact that his
teachers and parents meet every so
often snd talk about him.
A Nebraska boy fourteen years old
played ••hookey" from school by get-
ting Into an airplane nnd making n
trip from-Omaha to Pes Moines, Town.
It simply Is not possible to bold the
youngsters of today down to the old
standards In anything.
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
Sometimes my worries
jvt.$ me so j
They swtrm “t-bout
•e.3 thick e.5 bets.
It’s nice to think ir*
times like thvt
The world is full of
books end trees.
b Oumvlti !
or Roadster kJfimsM
l&lsa Truck *395
I’Em Truck *495
A0 hku Fob Flint Michigta
Tire* now atanJsrJ on all
la addition to tkue low prl< •••
CBoeroUt'adelivered pr. r> ItiduJc
Ao low—t handling in.l (iaaudng
Never was the supremacy of
Fisher craftsmanship so evident
as in the new Fisher bodies on
the Most Beautiful Chevrolet.
Paneled, beaded and finished
in striking tones of Duco—
graced by distinctive, new, full-
crown, one-piece fenders and
bullet-type lamps, they repre-
sent an order of style, beauty
and luxury unique in the low
Chevrolet has long been famous
for powerful, smooth perform-
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long life and economical oper-
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Chevrolet these qualities have
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larger radiator, sturdier frame,
new tire carrier and gasoline
gauge—these are typical of the
highly modern design which is
winning the world to the Most
Because it provides elements of
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comparable to the costliest cars,
and because it is offered atamaz-
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Come in! See and drive this
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1: irgest builder of gearshift auto*
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what amazing value is offered
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—how closely, in style, quality
and performance, it compares
with the costliest cars.
El Reno Motor Co.
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA. YUKON, OKLAHOMA.
EISCIIEN and BILLER
QUALITY AT LOW- COST
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF CANAD-
IAN COUNTY, STATE OF OKLA-
The Stair of Oklahoma on relation of
Th, Commissioner* of the Land Of-
fice of Mild State, Plaintiff
It, rt M*ior> Valera Moore and
Gilmer Merriwether. Defendants
State of Oklahoma to
it. rt Moore. Val' in Moore and
Said defendants. Bert Mm ire, Valera
Moore nnd Gllm«r Merrlw. ther, will take
notice that said l»l:iIr»Iff. the State of
Oklahoma, on relation "f the Commis-
sioners of the Land Offlre, did on tho
!st day of February. ’''27, file In the
Dlstrlet Court in and fo, Canadian Coun-
ty. State of Oklahoma, a petition aKhlnst
ihe above named defendants and the
said defendants Bert Moore, Valera
Moon and Gilmer Merriwether must
answer said petition on or before the
21 st day of April. 1927. or said petRlon
will lie taken as true ; nd judgment reu-
d. fed at.ilnst -aid defendants for the
foreclosure of a certain real estate mort-
aaqe dat'd th. 1*«th dav of April, I9U4.
vl\<n to secure the payment of a cer-
tain coupon note of Fourteen Hundred
Dollars t $ I » mad, and executed by
It. rt Moore and Vnh rn Moure, said niort-
qupe covering the follovvlnt; described
ri al •. tale In Canadian County, Okla-
Lot. Nine (9t, Tin < 161 nnd
Twelve (12) of Section Four (4),
Township Thirteen <I3) North.
Rang. Nilie <9) West of the In-
\ml adjudging that d> fault has lain
mule in -aid mortgage and that plain-
tiff Inis first Ihn upon said premises in
• i ine tin sum of *2100 Sii, principal, In-
terest. attorney's fees lllld expense* to-
at tln r w .th ni i ruing Inti re t thereon
\nd ordering said (.remise stn be sold
without appraisement and the proceeds
to lie applied to the amount due plain-
tiff and for e.isls of suit
\n.| ordering said premises to he sold
mil i ich of them from all rlislit, title,
Intel.-t and estate In and to said above
dsi'crlla d land or ati> part thereof
FRANK TAI LOR.
(BEAL) Court Clerk.
Commissioners <u th. Land Office
of the Stale of Oklahoma.
Itv CI O K MERRITT.
Law and Exieiitlv) chrk
Mumps the Word
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 44, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 12, 1927, newspaper, March 12, 1927; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909309/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.