El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 4, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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At the solicitation of a large fmiuber of tax payers and property o\r
u«u 1 have decided to announce ai> candidacy lor the office of Commis
sioner of Highways and Public lovementB. This office is au impo'
taut one *jo he property owners of i.1 Keuo and those seeking this posi-
tion should have practical experience on construction and maintenance af
public work. 1 have an experience ol seventeen years on this oasa of
work and 1 am well qualified to assume the du.ies of we oUice and hand
W it to the best advantage of the property owners.
L'nder my direct supervision the following public improvements havs
been made in this city, to-wit: The laying of nine and one-half miles of
water mains; ten miles of sanitary sewers; five miles of storm sewers:
twenty two miles of sidewalk; ten and uue half mile* of siieet paving, six
teen miles ol curb and gutter and this work is as good as can be tumid
in the state.
J>ly election to this office will mean tag combining of three offices in
to one, namely; City Engineer, Superintendent ol Water Department an 1
Commissionei of Highways and Public Improvements, thus ^-saving
taxpayers of El Keno, $2,700 a year.
El Reno has a valuable asset in lands and lots and it properly haul
led the revenue from them would be materially increased or they could
be sold and the money applied on the bonded indebtedness of used for civ-
lj improvements. Tne sale ol these lands would be a matter for the tax
payers to decide by ballot.
If elected 1 will piedge myself to co-operate with the Club Women of
thi City in providing for play grounds ior the children and in the
beautifying of vacant plots of ground in different parts of the city that
could be used as siniiil parks. This would be a suiad ueni of expend t:>
the people and would help greatly totnuke El Keuo truly the city beauti-
1 believe an effort should be nude to provide a park of suitable sue
tor there is uot a city in the soutiwest the size of El Keuo but waicii
kas a park and we should hare one by all means at the earliest possible
I believe the Cemetery road should be macadamized and 1 pledge
myself to co-operate with uie oounty Commissioners and Chamber of
O'mmerce to accoinjellsa this. This is a very important matter to both
city and county.
A large portion of our city is without seweuags and 1 pledge mysn f
t extend the same to the various additions.
1 believe the water lime should be extended where needed lor fac-
tory uses and fire protection.
1 pledge myself to increase Ue elliciency of the Fire Department
w thout additional cost to the tax payers. Tais is important to the tax
liayers of El Keno for the Boaird of Insurance Underwriters have agreed
to reduce insurance rates if the department is up to the standard for a
city of this size. This would mean a saving of many dollars to the people
of El Keno
1 will u*e my best efforts to sesrre lower gas rates.
I believe that the principles enunciated above are 'mportant to the
tax paying public and if elected I pledge myself to use my best efforts
to accomplish them and will be glad at all times t have any additional
suggestion that would be for the reduction of taxes and for the better-
ment of HH K«m
Kmi B« Fr*n From Her Trouble*,
hat Finds Better Way.
CiImMl Ten*.—"Maur * Bbm."
my* Mrs. lesaie Sharp, ol tfck place.
"IwMm4 r WMlid di« and b. rJifreJ
|l "7 Pu™riHi l™ v*'0rrvanIjr troubles.
not art np, without
me, and stayed In l
I could not do
The least mount ol wait Bred me
sut. My head would swia, and I would
revblo «t>r an hour or more. Finally. I
Mk Cerdui, the woman's tonic, an a I
mm ast bothered with pains say mors,
Bnd I don't hsve le no to bed. In tact
I mm Sound sad vsfl ol *11 mj treublea.
CarAd joes to til the weak spots tad
helps Is amice them strong, it sets wttS
sature—not sgalnst bar. tt Is fer tie
■fed, nervous, Irritable women, who fee)
as If everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
rirengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
at (lie numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardid. It will help you.
At all druggists.
VWl* m: Ohiatneege a 4kxk'« I iSlsg1
kdr\t+ij . Ch&tuusoogft. T«nn., fot $/+**+'
Notloe By Publlcntlea.
la u« District Court in and for Can-
aSlaa Ceumty, State «f Oklahoma
Hem* Savings t Stair Bank,
a Cerperation. PlaiaUff.
ti No. 4 2S
iasepk H Kroulik, Katie Kreullk,
Alva I. Bain, Tke Boakasa NatloaaJ
Bank, of Kairbnry, Nek., a eorpora
Tea defendants. Alva 1. Bala ani
The Banham National Bank •( Falr-
Sury, Nebraska, a corporation are
ker-bbr notified that the plaintiff,
Hani Saviagii t Stats Bank, a eo
seratien, has on file in tke office of
the Clerk of the District Court of
Canadian County, State nf Oklahoma,
Its petition, in -blaa petitiuc it asks
for judgment against each of the de-
fendants for the sum of (4265.61,
with interest thereon at the rate of
ten per eon: per annum trosn Febru-
ary 2S, 1914, and for foreclosure of
a asortg&ge gives do secure said
amount, upon and against prealaes
described as the Southeast Quarts"
of Section Thlrtyfour, (34) Township
elevea (It) North Range Five (5)
West of the Indian Meridian in Can-
adian County, Oklahoma, barring y0u
sad eaen of the said defendants from
asserting any right, title or interns-
la and to said premisses from the
date of judgment aad decree, and sale
sud continuation thereunder.
\nd that unless "oil, the said Alva
Flu in and the Bophasi National
Rank of Kairbury, Nebraska, a cor-
poration, appear on or before the 17
day of April. 1114. sad answer to
said pe'ition of the plaintiff now on
tile in sai.l cause, said petition wll.
bo taken as true, aid judgment ren-
dered thereon lor tha sum of $4260.61
v.th ten per cent interest*from Keb-
S, 1014, costs, and fur fore
.. i I mortgage upon the
Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty-
lour (34), Township Uleven (11)
North, Rauge Fivo (51 West of the
Indian Meridian in Canadian County,
Oklahoma, directing that said premi-
ses to be sold to satisfy said amount,
with interest and costs, and for all
general aad special relief.
JOHN L. RICH
Clerk of the District Court
Home Savings & State Bank,
A corporation, by iti attorney,
M G MBISTKK
A marriage license was issued this
morning by the olerk of the couuty
court to Alton I Florence or Yukon
and M'ss Irene Condray of Uanuer,
I'at Kelly of the Yukon National
bank was a business visitor in the
If you are still using
process of creaming-
BHJCAUSK vour cows «re nrtst likely trenhea
nnlng now and your supply of milk will be
H14CAUS13 your spring worK requires everj
minute of your time and a eood rr«a«i sep
arator will be a 'tme sad labor saver.
some gravity or setting
BliOAIIRH your calves will thrive best with
warm, sweet separator eklm-mllk.
KB' AUSH with your Increased milk flow your
greater waste of cream, wlt'uoat a good
creatu aenarator, will run !nto more money
than you oan tfford to lose.
^nd If you have a very old I)e Laval or an infer-
ior separator of any other kind---
Gen Wm E Mickle, New Orleans, Ad-
jutant General snd Chief of Staff
Division, U C. V., Jacksonville Re
BECAIj'SII tie losaes of the poor separator
from incomplete skimming and the tainted
product of tae hard-to<leuu and unsanitary
separator mean most waeu your volume of
milk is greatest.
HHJCAUSfc! of the tinple and "more thau ad-
vertised'' capacity of the I>e Ijaval, you cau
separate more quickly and sav- time, when
time means moet to you.
UliklAUSlS tie improved De l.nval is so Mack
simpler and mpre easily cared for than any
other, and y< u can't afford to waste tl.ne
these busy days fishing with an inferior or
half worn out machine
lifcJCAUSE t.ie De Laval Seiiarator of today
is just as superior to other separators as
other separators are superior to gravity set-
Belera you definitely decide • purchase say nraani saparator. or aiake any settlement for same, call
up tin nearest Deisval Agent, whose name is mentioned below, and tell him that you want to try or
compare De I-aval machine with some other make, and he will be glad to give you an opportunity to
do so He will let you have a D I^ival machine i>n trial and you can run it side by side with any ot.j-
er cream separator you like aad you yourself be tbs judge ss to whloii machine It will be beet for yon
you to buy.
1 RBNO ICM CRM A11 CO
HI Reno, Okla'aoaia
G. T Wll.SON, Calumet,
ilon Olty, Oklaaoiaa
MULVEY MERCANTILE CQ.
The De Laval Separator Co.,
Over 1,625,000 Dp Lavals in daily use. 50,000 liratiches and local agencies the world over.
n. P Phillips of the First National
bank of Yukon was In tne city ion
WW" ir --
Mrs. J. M. Harkln who ha« been
quite ill with bronchitis, was greatly
There will be Palm Sunday ser-
vice at the Episcopal church tomor-
row morning. Miss Bramley will
sing a solo.
Open from 5:00 a. m. to 12:00 p. m
Regular Dinner '?■ 00 to 2:30
Short Orders at all Hours
VT Cater to all 213 S. Blckford
Al's Old P'ace
a dose b
in a little waten"
Removes the cause, whether from
S<ikl. sripr. or nervousness.
10c., 25c. and 50c.
VOLP AT WELL-STOCKED DRUQ STORES
*VANTED ery lalea inaa t
Iwsw that Tom nease«sy has carried
a eard la hue latsraatlonaJ Tyiwgra.
pliloal unle« for tea yeaPs. Mr na-
i«n aiaa ke will appreciate your su -
purt at the oom'ng «lty wleetloa
By Tirae'y Use of Lylia t.
Mrs. Sow'i's1 Own Statement.
Hodgdon, Maine. 'I feel it a duty I
owe to all suffering women to tell what
Lydiu D. I'inkhatn'<
pound did for mo.
One year ago I found
tnyself a terrible suf-
ferer. 1 had pains
in both sides and
such a soreness I
straighten up at
times. My back
ached, I had no ap-
petite and was so
nervous I could'.ot sleep, then 1 would
be so tired mornings that I could scarcely
get around. It seemed almost imposei- J
ble to move or'do a bit of work and I !
thought I never would beany better un-
til I submitter! to an operation. I com-
menced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-
etable Compound and soon felt like a
new woman. I had 110 pains, slept well, '
had good appetite and could do almost
all my own work for a family of four.
1 shall always feel that I owe my good
health to your medicine." —Mrs. Hay-
ward Sowers, Hodgdon, Maine.
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at one*
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegctabl*
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia K. Pinkham's Vi'ifeta-
blef'ompoiuid will help vou.w riio
to Lydia 10. Pink ham Medicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn,Mass.,for ad-
vice. Your letter will heopenetl,
read and answered b.v 11 \votuai'
and held in strict confidence.
Charlos Richardson aged 7a died a:
his hi.-nje iu Pwca<jse'. on Friday
morning April 3. Tie fuaeiai will
be held Suuday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at Pocasset. The deceased waa tJe
I father of Dr. O. P. Rishardson of
Union C'ty.and was su old and re-
spected resident of Pocassatt. The
many friends of Dr. Richardson In
this city deeply sympathize with hi.n
In his bereavement
Editor J. C. Claymn of the Call
met Cl"<eftan, Mrs. Clayton and Miss
I>ona .'ensen were Hi Reno visitors
The Fraternal Order of Kaglea will
give an Easter dance at their 'iall on
Wednesday evening, April 15, to
which all Eagles and their friends
are cordially invited. Musinc will he
furnished t y a colored orchestra
from Oklahoma City. 4-8-12t
"Red Ball Oranges
C. H. Rice who recently returned
from a trip to Hot Springs, Ark.,
where 'le went 5pr the benefit of hi.-!
health, has been very ill since his
return and yesterday was taken to
the hospital ft>r 'reitmnet.
—that makes them the safe and
healthful treat for the children.
Let the babies have all they want of
"Red Ball" seedless oranges The little
codgers love these swe.-t jui v 1 rai ,:es
and no other treat is so good for them
"Red Ball" oranges are juicy, sweet, seedless.
Ripened on the trees. Then ^refully picked, wrapped in
You're really dry
Fi h Brand
Not a «lr*tav " dni
water - proof, but a
!o bt, comlort-fivin*
•ervicr coal that will
piotn t you throagk thick
aud thin ib tke wettwt weather
Wr priat 1 lain!y o« every lab<
and trt mean '/
itt' rv r
- ,v thu A.J. lower to.
inr r* BOSTON
tf&H l^'V^ '"<• 1 I TiJwnV.
paper, and packed by gloved hands
never touched by bare hands
Buy "Red Hall" oranfl^ by the hi
—cheaper by the box or half-box
Use juicy "Red Ball" ipmoos instead
fish and poultry. Juicier and fc farthei
free recipe book.
They are the < leatifst of fruits—
r half-box Cheap by the doren
catsup on meats,
othei lemons bead for
"Red Ball" Trademarks Bring Silverware
Cut the trmleraart-. from the wrapp
anfl lemons. Send these tr^'ieraa
Massive Rogern A-l Standard guaranteed
cive (tesii;!i 7 different premium
The handsome orange spoon
orange or lemon wrappers an ! \
"Sunkist" orange and lemon wrap;
We offer a
!ile silvers j
Red B.ill" oranges
All our fxelu.
Buy "Red Ball" Fruit at Your Dealer's
H a ir 13 1 ■ nnl
Send your n.ii
fot (oraplete fr<
lar and Preiu
id full addret
Fruit Growers Exchange
139 Nortb Clark St., Chicago. Ill itio;
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 30, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 4, 1914, newspaper, April 4, 1914; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90950/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.