El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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You'll Realize When You
Manhattan ^(,me here to look at clothes, how much real service a store like this is ren- Manhattan
Shirts dering you. \ ou'llfind that we've been a sort of a 'purchasing agent' for you, Shirts
| auhject of course to your approval.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are here because rve believe they're the best way for us to
serve our customers in clothes; the best value possible for your
(a that we are offering you ur best judgment, if you dout agree
with us, that's your look out; we're done our best for you.
Pine Suit at $25.00 and more
and some at less.
To every man young enough to feel the tonic of Spring, we (imply
waat to say —the new Spring Stetsons and \lallorys are here, ready
for your selection. ^ ou know what that means in this store, repreienta-
tive assortments, full range of sixes, variety ot models. Come see
c oprdjht H«n iKhartwcr 8c Marx
The El Reno Home of HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX CLOTHES
Be it Rtsolvad, hy t'i« Board et
CoamiSMoaai of the city of El Rnno j
Taat the antwceinaul of all law-
and ordinances ot tile city of till It*
no, Oklahoma, and all Una 0t M't •
Stat* of Oklahoma, relating to aalu
city, t>e aad hereby i* placed in the
hands aad «ntrant«d to thn Chief ofj
Police of said city, au 1 full control
of all policemen «u« otticera ou th.t
police fores of said city, bs given to
said Chief ol Police, and ha be held
responsible for suca •oioroement oi
lawn aad o«-dinasces said chief of
Police be and he is hereby instructs*
to enforce all of said laws and opJi
iianoes, without fear cr favor.
Pased and approved this :50th day
of March, 1)14.
P. P. DUFFT,
Comm. of Public Affairs and ax Ot
J. T. Taylor, Corporation Clark
Slate of Oklahoma, Canadmu Co.,
IN DISTRICT COURT
Bert a t'riddl* Plaintiff, ,
Tillintu Crbldle, Defendant.
Sa'd defendant, Tillman Criddle
will take notice that he has been aua<l
ia the above named court for upon
the grounds of abandonment, non
support by tie plaintiff heroin and
must inswer th* petl'ion filed therein
by saifl plainUff on oi- before the 10 '
Jay of May, A. D., 1914, or aaid p«ti
t on will be talran as true, and a
Judgment tor said plaintiff in aaid
action for absolute decree of divorce
ttill be rendered accordingly.
DateS this 3*th 4ay of Harsh lil*.
JOHN L. RICE, Di3t.1«t «e-k
a T Barbour, Ally for Plalwtlff.
First Pub. Marc* 20.—1M.
In the District Court of Csaailas
Caney-Hedges Co., Plalatlff
Western Ice Company, et al,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
OF PERSONAL PRPERTT
Notice is aereby given that In pur
«uance of an order of sale Issued out
of the DUtrict Court of Canadian
County, Oklahoma on the second iny
of March, 19IS, commanding the un-
dersigned sheriff of Canadian Coun-
ty, Oklahoma, to levy upon, adrertise
and sell one 72-inch by 18-foot tubu-
lar return boiler, known as the Caaev
Hedges boiler, now In the boiler
room of the Trulock Ice Company, ti
■ atisiv judgment rendered In the
District Court on th? 23rd day o/
■July, 1913 in favor of Casey-Hedifis
Company, and against the aaid Wes-
tern Ice Company, and R. S. Trulock :
Trustee, for the foreclosure of a lie- ,
on said boiler, in the sum of $819 40, |
together witj 8 per cent Interest I
"thereon from said 23rd day of July.
1 will, ou tae 31st day oi March, ]
Htl4 offer for sale and sell to the i
highest bidder for cash, said boiler
above described; said sale to take
place at the boiler room of the Tru-
lock Ice Company at E! Reno, Cann
dian County, Oklahoma, at the 4sur
■ot ten o'clock, a. m., <>f said day.
Dated this 19th dav of March, 1914
JASON A L. CLARK, Sheriff
■sit Canadian County, Oklahoma
By J. M Carter, Undersaeriff. ,
FOR SAI.N Bd.ii Russm Buck
lie per eettiag. Tel. 7S4—J.
S 31 It.
.MODERN- Furnished roosss tor il£ht
houie'ie«pin#, clstera, c ve aad well,
219 Macomb. ,
3 37 tip
•> CONVENTIONS THAT MEET •>
+ IN EL RENO *
Oklahoma Stale Librarians A* •*
soclatlon, April 28 20 30 ♦
❖ Oklahoma Stale Association ef *
Master Hikers, Ma/ 13-14. >
JOHN L. RICE
Clerk of the District Court
Home Savings & State Hank,
A corporation, by Its attorney,
M O MEISTER
Notice By Publication
MORTOAOE FORBCLOai KK
In (me Diatrict Court It ami far Can-
adian County, State r[ Okiaho«i
Home Savings & Stale Hani,
a Corporation, PlalnUft.
vs. No. 4a2#
Joseph H. Kroullk, Katie Kxoullh,
Alva I. Bain, The Uouhaiu NaUona.
Bank, of Fairbary, Neb., a aorpora-
The defendants, Aire I. Bain aad
Tho Honham Natlona. Bank of Falr-
bury, Nebraska, a oorporetlon we
hurvby notllied thai the plalBlif',
W ANTH) *veiy nalen «ae te
hniew that Tom HeMsnay hes (tarried
a care la tiie lateraaMoaal Typegra-
Milesl utiles fer ves yeaTs Mr is
a maa he will apprwlaee your ani -
«ri at the coming city eteetlea
Flrit Pub. Maroa la- 10 days
NOTICH TO BRIDOll HUIIJIERS
| The Beard of County Commission-
j ers of Canadian Coun'y. Oklahoma,
j having ordered tae construction of
certain bridges within the limits ol
] *a'd county, hereby give notice that
plans and specifications for the con-
struction of three brldree within the
limlte of said County, are on file In
.ne office of the County Clerk of said
county a'. El Reno, aaid bridges co
ordered to t-e constructed being lo-
cated at Ihe following points and
places in said county and the dimen-
sions thereof reapactlvoly being tu
follows, ail of said bridges to be 14
feet in wldta:
1. One bridge 30 leei long between
mectlons 12 and 13, Townablp 13, R. 7
Home Sariugi & Stale Bank, a cor- I -■ bUdge 80 fee: long beiwveu
poration, aa ou file In the office ol Sections 6 and 8, Towaahlp 14, R. 5
the Clerk ol the District Court of j 3 °ne bridge 40 fe«t long between
Canadian County, Slate of Oklahoma, , Sections 10 and 11, Towns'alp 13, R. 5
Its petition, in «hictn petition it asks J said bridges are to be of
tor judgment against each of the de- ! ateel frames resting upon steel le^s
; iendants tor the sum of $4265.61, j and concrete piers and abatmenu.
Tith interest thei-eon at the rate oI | S^taled bids for the construction of
ten per oen. pel annum troan Febru- j "ach of said bridges according to said
I ary 28, 1914, and tor foreclosure of \ PIans end specifications may be filed
a mortgage given co aecure aaid ' *Hh the County Clerk of Canadian
amount, ii|*>n and against premise1 County Oklahoma, at ar.y time prior
described as tho Soulheoat Quarte- ! lo 10 o'clock a m, on the 23a1 day
of Section Thirty fear, (84) Township j accompany his bid with the sum of
Mevca (11) North Range Five OS) [ 10 P®r c«nt *>' l'1* bid as a guarantee
West of the Indian Meridian In Can-
adian County, Oklahoma, barring y0u
ai.d eac.. oi the said deft n lants from
asserting any right, title or lnterea'.
in and to said premisses from the
date of Judgment and decrea, and sale
Lin.l (infiiiiiation thereunder.
I iliat unless you, the said Alva
Hain ,mi the Bocharn National
Bank of Fait bury, Nebraska, a cor-
poraiiou, appear on or before the 17
Jay of April, l'Jl>4, aud answer to
said petition of Ibe plaintiff uow ou
tile in saiJ cause, Mid petition will
be taken as true, *'td judgment ren-
dered t'aereou for the sum of $4266.01
Wth ten per cent interest, from Keb-
"8, 1914, ooits, aad for fore-
: i I tnoruage upon the
Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty-
four (34), Township Hle*nen (11)
North, Range Five (5) Weat of the
Indian Meridian in Canadian County,
Oklahoma, directing that said premi-
ses to be sold to satisfy said amoiin%
with interest and costs, aad for ail
,'eneral and special relief
ot tb«i contract price for uch bridge
for the execution of z. centraet, aad
tie giving a# bond fci Its perfor
manrw, said bond to be in trae amount
aad said III par cent so accompan)
Ing, shall be forfeited to aaid county
of Canadian upon the failure of such
bidder to execute a bond upon the
award of sa'd contract to blm.
Such bids will be opened by sail
Board of Co inly Commissioners la
the presence of such bidders In the
order of the filing of the same and
considered by said board at aaid lltue
and awards for the co net ruction of
such bridges be then and there mud-)
to tae lowest responsible bidder.
SaM Board of County Commission
era reserves the right to reject any
and all bids Tae contract will then
be made as required by law.
JKJSSB T WITCHER,
Chai saaa Board of Comity Coiuki
By Hrelyn Taylor, Deputy.
la presenting aiyself lo the ToUrj
I wish to say that I du so, believing j
that 1 can aud will be 4 good pabl'c
First, I wish tu say that I have
been a reside at -A El Reno to Vi
years, aad have seen El Reno grow
froai a towa ut a iew frame shacks
aud w'aea oows pastured the princi-
pal streets, te eur pitsevl beautiful
city wit'a lis paved sUeela. elicrlc i
lights, car liues, iis mammoth railway 1
ihops aad yarde and other ooaame'-
*11 and industrial '■stiliitiooa.
1 i>, veou iii lteuo go through
"hard times aad "good timee" and
being la the newspaper business hard
lotiued good ofiintuu 01 aw ue*ds
I realize that 1 am aaking the peo
pie 10 oonfer a great aonor on me i
iu aeking them 10 select im thel* j
next commlseiouer Tliere are uiauy
good El lteuo citi/.eas w 10 a >e ask-
ing the name favor, aud right he.'S
let nit say should out of those otner
nineteen he the choice ( the pe >>ie
he will also, be uaine. 1 will In every
way possible help him ■akjf a m.-
cessf 1 public eervaat.
if you elect me your Com au l< u
er if lliy-iways and Public improve
Tiiunts 1 will give the City of El Re-
no all my time and efforts and will
follow no other pursuit, will run *hs
city business connected wlt'i my de-
partmeut as economical as go*>il
buelness judgment w'll permit.
The water works, Reno's moat
valuable aseet will oe watched with
greatest care, that ibe peopW of LI
Reno may always hav.*, as ihey fli>e
today, the best city water u the
state of Okahoma
The El Reno cem 'te< y, a placj
sacred to us all, will j« « my best
Home Labor will always be used
ou public work, aud 1 will inalst ou
"El Reno Brand" supplies for El lie
no public servants.
The streets and al'iya of our c'iy
will gel the altentl >a they req lire
tie cross streets and the unpaved
streets In our additions will not be
overlooked, and they will be drained
. 10 protect the Lwnltb and prop
erty of our citizen*, especially la
Morrison, Keith and Fair additions
is the drainag* problem needing at
ten ion before the spring rains set
1 oould go oa and give my views
on many husbUoub thai are for El
Reno's best Interest*, but epace will
net p°rmit, siftice to say if you eluet
uie your third oomailseloner I will
b« a commissioner of all the people,
sue uau aud will mak.i good
THOMAS J fliNNBInV
* HACKPOLE 4 PENNEBAKIR «
♦ Farm and City Loans ♦
i Insurance and Real Estate Hoiifa 1
• 111 E. Woedson St «
Phe classified pagf
tlirows out a drag ne'
for your lost articles.
CJ Out of many hun-
dreds of these ads an-
nually printed, scarcely
ten per cent of th
Gnders claim rewards,
here are man)
honest people in the
^ Don't mourn your los*
until you have tned the
< le Les( chance for ib
^1 Want ads are not
Including our "reply
they afford you a
of your own at very
Much of thewonde®"
ful daily work of the
want ads could be
accomplished in no
(First Published March l -^w
NOTICE OF SALE OF RMAL
In the Matter of Uie Estate ot K
D. Pa itch.
Notice la hereby given In pursu-
ance of au order of the County
Court of the County ot Canadian,
StaU; of Oklahoma icade on the 7th
day of February, ID 14 the uuderelgn-
ed administrator of the estate of L.
O. Partch, deceased, will sell at pri-
vate sale to the hlgraest bidder, sub-
ject to confirmation I17 said Court wt
or after tlie 28ta day of March, A. D.
11114 at 1U o'cKick a. m„ all the right
title and luteree" of eald L.D. Partoh
deceased, in and to the following de-
scribed real estate situated lo Can*-
diau County, State of Oklahoma, tx>
wit: Lots Four (4) It Block twenty
five (26), In the town of Richland.
Said real estate will b . sold on the
following terms and conditions, to
wit: cash In hand.
llids for Cie purchase thereof mutt
be in writing ana inuti'. be filed iu the
County Court or delivered to the un-
dersigned at his residence on tae
Southwest (|iiai ter (S. W. 1-4) of Seo-
titm twenty two (22) Townahip thir-
teen (13) North Range six (6) W. I.
M , Canadian County, Oklahoma.
I>ated this 5£h day of March, 1814.
J. W. Fitzgerald, Administrator,
Fogg ti Bennett, Attorney!.
FOR RENT Four room hou e close
in Inquire at -4- South Barker
Phone 64 2 21 2t
FOR Kk'.N'l Two I'ltulshed rooms
for housekeeping Apply J2') North
Miss Uenevieve Fugle left tills
morning tor Raton, N'ew Mex., where
she will make her ho.ne for the next
FOR SAI.k si. 1 Back-pacer Oliver
typewriter, like new, $32.50, No. 4
UnderwtMid $27.m Spence Grocery
l awton, Okla 2-2t pd.
FOR KENT Modern light housekeep-
ing louiis 411 South Admire. 4-2-31
Notice ia hereby civeri tiiat the
undersigned will nin.re application to
Hon 1 iv i i ic. , Co-"imot of Okl'i-
liuim, for a parole Uf Giorge Meeks
and .lame.-' M« • ks wli0 were ccmvlcb
«d in Canadian county, Oklahoma, 011
the : dill day ol April, 1912, atul sent
to th" penitentiary of said state at
McAlv.ater fnt Ibe te' : rf five years,
said Of-orge Meeks and JJames Meekj
liein'T charged wih Ihe crime of lar-
ceny of domestic a.ii/nals. Said ap
plicaton for parole r ill be made af-
ter t!'<> pubicatloo of this notice for
t'jlrt;. <ia. , on the 1st day of May,
Dated ibis 1 t day of April, 1914.
First published ApM 1st, 1914—3*)
Editor the Democrat:
ESTRAL NOTICE A bay driving
pony. blBf ! mane nn t tail, foretop
cropped 11 ah been mUsIng since Tues-
la> i-\enln' will v.nifrh about 800
IKiuds .ind «even venrs old. Flud-
*r n.i Ify Mr. Chiles, OJ North Evan*
and ;ve reward. A 2-tf
Il-Miry Patterson, foreman of the
in ail in r department on t-he Democrat,
left tbls morning fcr .t days \ isit at
insppe.t the new Interurhan line be-
tween Oklahoma City and Norman.
VV-liter W P'lillips of Oklahoma
Citv md Miss Christine Vighswonger
of Br'ttin Oklahoma were united In
marriage Tuesday afternoon by Rev.
Allen W Rrid^e< at Ws residencra
700 N. choctaw.
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1914, newspaper, April 2, 1914; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90949/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.