The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 112, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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ppohssioifidll C&rds, Pet
kUgti jiirtUv I'IH'J*.
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FR SALE—One Chalmers automo-
bile |4')0.l>0 In perfect condition. H.
S Pa ker, Phone 657. 30 6 c
50 Unclaimed Suit'', 150 Extra
Trousers at one half the cost price.
Kemember these clothes are all new
and are made film high gratia goods,
and are all tailor made.
JOE LEVY, Tlie Tailor.
South Koen Island avenue.
t or Kent
l>'OR KEN r—Modern bed rooms light
housekeeping rooms, lurmshed aud
uuiUiniBhed, 221 N. ltocit Island.
WANTED—To Rent small electric
fan. Inquire Linotype opera-or Dem-
ocrat. tt dll
l ult RENTModern six room bunga-
low alter July 1, Phone 247. '-1
Firs. Published June 3—30d
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is Hereby Ulven ilia' pur-
sLaut to the order >j£ sale issued out
U ttte District Cour ol canadian
county on vbe iitkh day oi iMay 1H14
iu an actiou wherein W. U. llonj i
vat, plainiltt aud Kwbert L. jcu..o
l.szie W. Johnston, Major Moberly,
care aiid custody of the minor child
ol Lie plaintiff and defendant and the
allowance of such sum as alimony
and loi tae support of said minor
child as he court may deem proper
«ud of absolute divorce ol tae plaiu-
| tiff fivni the defendant upon the
grouads of abandonment; and plain-
j u ff fur.her prays for such other and
f arther -relief as the court may deem
just aud equitable.
4,6hn l. rice.
Clerk of the . District Qourl of
Canadian County,1 Oklahoma
liy NASH A. 8ETZER, Deputy.
FOGU & BENNETT, Attorneys for
First Published June 13—30t.
NOTICE OF SALE
In :he District Court for Canadian
County, State of Oklahoma.
Elizabeth Kaler, Mary Arthur aud
Cassie Vance, as executrices of the
efctate of J. E. Suerk Deceased, J. W.
V ance as Trustee an Catherine Vance
Harriet A Cody, Maude C Fowler, Ola
Greene and Elsie Cody, heirs of J. L.
Cody, Deceased, and Harriet A. Cody
By virtue of an order of sale to me
directed and 'delivered, issued out of
tae above entitled court in an action
pending in said court waei'ein Eliza-
beth Kaler, Mary Arthur and Cassie
\ ance as Executrices of he estate
Iirs'°Major Moberly, Ver'a v'au Wink, ol J. E. Sherk deceased, J. W. Vance
h,. formerly Vera Moberly, Colin S. a. Trustee, e.nd Catherine Vance are
Campbell. l>on Lacy, Liquidating I plaintiffs and Harriet A. Cody,
Agent of the Oklahoma City Nation. Maud C. Fowler, Ola Greene and
, pw sq. 75c.
wm y ■
epa H. Kroulilt, Ka le Kroulik, Alvan
I liaiu and the Bonham National Bank
ol l a.rbu:y, Nebraska, a Corpuratlou
eipear ou or beiore t«ie -&ih day ol
*uly, 1914, and answer to said pe l-
tion of the plaintiff now on tile n
said cause, said petition will be tak.
cu as true, and judgment renlereJ
thereon tor tile sum of $4,265*81. wl.h
ten per cent, interest from Feb: iary
2b, lilll, costs, and for foreclosure of
cum mortgage upon the So ltjeast
liuarte- of SecJji. Thirty Four 134)
j ownslup Eleven (11) North Range
Five (5) West of tho lndiau Meifcdlau
iu Canadian county, Ok a'.oma, di-
recting that said premises be sold to
satisfy said amount, $4,2t i.> l. wiih
n:erest and costs, and for ail g' ueral
and special relief.
Vou are furtaer notify tha' Ihe
plaintiff has on lile its app ication
lor the appointment of riielver, -O
take charge of the premises heiein.
btiore described, to receive the reu-a
lueietrom, and to hold same sub-
ject i) fuiiJer oriers of he court.
JOHN l. RU,E
Clerk of the Distric. Court
Home Savings and Sta-<j Bank,
a corpo alion,
wj iib aaoritey M. G. Meia.cr#
'A FOOL or FORTUNE'
In Four Acts
"jason msr |
4-act Rural Comedy
Dont forget Ihe Dia-
mond King Khen away
Mile Corbin V\h>te in
her pleading specialties
will sing some beautifnl
The Quartette that
n|eas<s all will do its
V • i. . . '
In the Kitchen
The jjns range is simple to operate and SAF1-.
Old Indies and children can cook on the Cias Range
without fear of explosion.
Only the grossest neglect can put he slightest element
of danger in a gus nuige. It is as error proof as it is
possible to make anything producing fire.
Clean Simple Economical Efficient
Who not decide today to consider gas cooking.
u' Bank, State National Baak and W.
J. Finch were defendants, directed to
me the undersigned sheriff of Cana-
dian Couaty, State of Oklahoma, com-
niandnig me to levy upon, advertise
tor sale anU sell, without appraise-
ment, the following described real
ijtate and premises iioca.ed and sit-
uated in Canadian Couaty, State of
lae Northwest Quarter of Section
Elsie Cody, as heirs cf J. L. Cody,
deceased, Harriet A Cody are defen-
dants, 1 will on tae 14th day of July,
at the hour of nine o'clock in the
ftreuoon oi tui\l day at the fvont door
of the court .louse in the city of El
Keno, Canadian Conuty, Oklahoma,
oier lor sale and sell at public auc-
ion to the highest bidder for cash
in hand all the following lands and
tenements, situated in t-ie city of El
1 V/i ™ wot, "t--- ~ .
Cventy nine (29), in Township Four, lteno, Canadian County, state of Olc
teen (14) North of Range seven 17) lahoma, towit: Lots numbered four
West of tae Indian Meredlan. con- (4) and five (5) in block numbered
taming 160 acres more or less to one hundred forty-one (111), accord-
suusiy the ' -dgmeut and decree ol i-g to the recorded plat 'it said city,
foreclosurf - mortgage Uen in :av- Said proper y to be sold as afore.
or of the i atifi, W. M. Bonner, anil , said will be sold to satisfy the judg-
against tae .tfendaats, Robert L. men, rendered in said cause in favor
Johnson and Lizzie W. Johnston, foi U' *aid plaintiff, and against the said
tie sum of $2BG1.91, with interest defendants for $l,186.Tu with mteres
.hereon at the rate of 5J per cent from May 4, 1914 at the rate of
fnom the 29th day of November, 1913, | 10 per cent per annum and an attnr-
o) said count and for the further sum ney's fee of $50.00, costs of sale and
o: $250.00 attorney's fees and cost said action and taxes due aud unpaid
taxde at $ tae proceeds aris- j ail under foreclosure of mortgage on
tnc to be pa*. said real property against each and
Firbl. To we payment of the Ln of the above named defendants iu
costs of said ao ion, including costs accordance with the judgment reu_
Second: To the paymeni of the
ttxes due and unpaid upon the prem-
Third To the payment of the en-
tire claim of the plaintiff, principal,
Interest and attorney s tees aud ac-
cruing interest, and
Fourth The balance 'o bj paid over
to the defeadii't, W. J. Finch
1 wil! on the 6th day of Ju'y, 1911
at the hour > f two o'clock p.m. ot
•said day at, the front door of the
court aous-> in Canadian i.oun v,
stat* of Okl*acma, f er for an 1
sell to the atghest b.dder for cash in
hand said real estate and ffr.itn'ses | Notice ot' Suit by
above described, or so ,llUca thereof , Mortgage Foreclosure,
as *,11 satisfy ti' 1udgmt-.il nd
Witness my hand at El Reno. Can-
adian County, Oklahoma, this itn day
of June, 1914.
JASON A. L. CLARK,
Sheriff of Canadian County
Ey J. M. CARTER, Uudersheritf.
Wilson & Tomeflln, Attorney's for
dered in said cause.
Said property lias been duly ap-
praised and valued in t^e sutn of $1010
and must sell tor at least two thirds
of the appraise value.
Signed at El Reno, Canadian County |
State of Oklahoma, this 13th day of
JASON A. L CLARK,
Sheriff of Canadian County Sta'.e j
j of Oklahoma
i l'y J. M. CARTER, Undersheriff.
j I1ABCOCK AND TREVAl'HAN,
A torneys for Plaintiffs.
First Published June 17 1914
SHERIFF'S SALE OF rlal
Ni tice is neieby glveu, that ln
p isuanco ot an order of ial Issued
ou: ot the i'.i trie: Cour. of Canadian
County, Oklanoma on the 8th day ol
Jane 1914, in an action wherein NV.
H. Van Ness was plaintiff, and J. i-
Clay ion administrator of the estate
Oi V. C. Berry, deceased, was defen-
dant, directed to me, the undersigned
saetiff of Canadian Ccun'y, com.
niauding me to levy upon, appraise
aud Bell the following described
property, situated in Caaadaian
County, s ate of Oklahoma, to-wlt,
all of lots tweny-three 123) and twen
ty four (24) in block six (6), Crock-
ett's addition to the City of El Reno
to satisfy a judgment and decree of
foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendant ob.alned
aud made in said court on the 4th
day of May, 1914 for the sum of
^77.14, and attorney's fees $50.00,
and costs $26.50, with interest
.hereon at the rate of 10 per cent
from the 4:h day of May, 1914, and
costs accruing, 1 will o the 18tui day
o£ July,. 1914, at the hour of 10 o'-
clock a. m. of said day, at the tront
door of the court house in the city
of El Reno, in said county and stale
oiler for sale and sell to the highest
Ladder for cash, the said property
above described, or so much thereof
as will sa isfy said judgment, wlUi
interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 17th day of
JASON A. L. CLARK
Saeriff of Canadian County
liy J.• M. Carter Undersheriff
JOHN W. CLARK, Attorney for
one mile of the corporate Uml's of
any <!lty, town or village and is in
demnity or public building land, Ue
purchaser is privileged to pay nil
cash at time of purchase or at any
time thereafter, both principal and
accrued interest or further, if the
land be Common Sesool or State E<1
ucatlonal Institutions lands, Sec tons
13, 16 or 36 the purchaser has the
option to pay it out in full at -he
time of any annual payment and tali
ing his patent in fee simple tae.lor
A pamphlet containing full and
complete description of eaca tract oi
land to be sold in this -sales distric",
together with all of 'he laws rules
and regulations and general ini'roma-
tion, pertaining te these sales, can
be had, postage prepaid, upon appli-
cation to the Commissioner ot he
Land Office, of Oklahoma City, Ok
Address all communications to
Jno. R. Williams, Secretary at Okla-
homa City, Oklahoma.
Commissioners of tae l.and Office
of the State of Oklahoma.
By Lee Cruce,
Governor and Chairman |
John R. Williams. Secretary
Eti 6S5-1 ELECTRIC S3,
108 N. Rock Island
First Published June 25, 1914 !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
To the Creditors of A. 3. Russell
All persons having claims agaius |
A J Russell, deceased, or the estate
of A. J. Russell, deceased ure re.
quired to present same wita the nec-
essary vouchers to the undersigned
adminlstraor at the El Reno State
Bank In the city of El Reno, Oltla
t,oma, within four months of the date |
hereof, oi the same will be forever
Dated this 25th day of June 1914
ARTHUR T MARCH,
The First National Bank
F1 Reno, Oklahoma
CON ' VATIVfi PROGRESSIVE
l its man geirtent. ln its policy
Mil • - and ATI KNTIVR
In its service.
K, . oui c s over $500,000.00
.'irst Published June 17 1914
Public Sale of Ok'aaoma State and
, l ie,. ; 1 i.tc 11> given that tae
i of Oklahoma will sell at pub
(turn, ai the times and. places
aere!nafter set forth, 91073.53 acres
o fits school and state lansd, together
; with all the Appraised improvements
| thereon as set foth in pamphlet ftd-
vetisihg said land for sale.
All lands will be sold at tae door
Flr9t Published June 8 3w
In The District Court of Canadian
County, State of Oklahoma
It. h. District Court in and for Can
adian County, S'ate of Oklahoma.
Home Savings and State Bank,
vg ; of the county court house of the
i Joseph 11 Ki'oulik, Katie Kroulilt. Al ' county wherein the land is situated,
vin I Bain, The Bonham National J Sales will be held as follows:
Bank, of Fairbury, Neb., a Corpora-1, • . 29203 4,
ion, Finis Smith, Defendants acres, July 21 to July 24, 1914, lnclu-
The defendants, Joseph H. Kroullk, j sive.
Katie Kruulik, Alvtn 1. Bain, The' • Washita County. 13022.03
Bonham National Bank of Palrbury, acres; July 25, and 27. 1914.
N braska, a corporation, are aereby | Anadarko, Caddo County, 33338.23
notified that the plaintiff, Home acres; July 29 to August 1, 1914, In-
I Savings Sta.e Bank, a corporation, | elusive.
has ou file in the office of the clerk j El Reno, Canadian Co., 13229.80
Olay Mclntlre, Plaintiff.
Archie Mclntlre, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Said defendant. Archie Mclntlre
will take notice that he has been siad
in the aDOve named court by the
plaintiff, for divorce upon tha
grounds of abandonment
of the district court of Canadin
County, sta.e of Oklahoma its petl.
tion, in which petition it asks for
judgment aginst each of the defen.
dants foi; the sum of $4,265.61 with
■■n per cent interest from February
28, 1914. a-nd for the foreclosure of a
mortgage given to secure said amount
upon and against premises described
he Southeast quar cr of eetion
acres, Augur 5 and 6 1914, lnclu
Chandler, Lincoln County, 2,280
acres; Angus 8. 1911
The terms of the sale of -c la ds
are 5 per cent of the pu-chase P-"lce
cash at time of sale, in ai' oases
wjere 5 per cent will eq ill < r ex.
cced $50.00, that amount being the
minimum initial payment, the balance
for morv < m"—* - - -
than one year next preoeding the ! thirty four (34) township eleven (11) of the purchase price is divided into
filing of petition in the above Mtit-1 North, range five (5) West of the forty equal annual installments, on*
led cause said petition having been ! I, lian Meredlan in Canadian county, installment payable each year, with
filed on May 7th, 1914. and that said Oklahoma, and l.arring you and each interest at the rate of 5 per cent per
drfendant mus> answer the petl'Ion of you, he said d-fenlantB, from as annum, payable annually; the pur.
fled in said cause by said plaintiff certinc any rich title ~r in'crest In chaser being privileged to pay ail
on or before the 22nd day of July, and to said premises from the date of
1914, or said petition will be taken judgment and decree, sale and con
as true and a judgment for said plain- formation hereunder.
tiff will be accordingly taken for the And that unless you, the said Joi-
Fii'st Published July 3 1914
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given thu in pui
suance of a writ of execution Issded
out of the cleTk's office of the D.s. ,
trict Court iti aivl for Canadian
County, S ate of Oklahoma, on the |
19th day of June 1914 in an action i
wherein W. T. Rauleigh Medical
Company was plaintiff and II. Bleuei ;
was defendant comanding me to 1-v; !
ni>on property bel mglng to ald H
Brevier, sufficient to satisfy a ju.lg
ment rendered in said action In
favor of W T. RauleigM M-lienl
Company against said H Breuer for
the sum of $71.00 with $20.00 co;> e,
with interest "hereon from the 22n l
day of July 1909 at six per cent per
annum, I have levied upon certain
lands and tenements belonging to
Bald H Breuer, not exempt from sale
under execution, for want of goods
end chattels of said H. Breuer, tow-i':
lx)ts 41 and 42 ln Block 19 Fair A l
dition to El Reno, s'tuated in Cana.
dian Coun'y, Oklahoma, and ha
duly caused sr id lands an
to be appraised acotc Ing to raw a
Now, therefore, notice is here! y
given that In pursuance of t'.iv eom
niand of said writ, I will offer for sale
and sell for cash to the highest bid
der, said lands and tenemen s on the
1st day of August H04. at ten o'olpok
in the forenoon of ewid day at the
front door of the county coi rt ho
in the city of El Reno. Canad an
County, state of Oltlaho a.
Witness my hand this 1st day of
JASON A, L CLARK
By J.M. CARTER, Under.-. erl.'f
Money s Marvel
F L 0 U R
Made >od enough to please rather
than cheap enough to meet a price.
oI tbe ftirlome(special scenery tor evey production.
, „t« wiib' Opening Sunday irght they v-ill pre-
pay Completed arrangemenU with
Law re n •' ■ Di
ayed the Fo
(lie Rod; - II
.enGSigen.ieii Uo e
'I is com; u-ny has
• ilin• ■ r ai!'I are now
| sent, for Ihe flint time at popular
prices "Tae Man on Hhe Case," by
llatild MeCi-ath, author ol be "Man
>n the Box" C
tia PAPtB i
thei way to Dallas. Only by
■xtra efforts and a ":>sh guarantee
as Mr I'm :n< r 1 • 1 ° indo- '■ I lnun
LPl"LTif ' Z" aSr^ltomo^w and tolays issue was out
There will be uo Democrat issued
v bi" foil 1 :i 1' ill" nets in-
h!,I i. i I i"1" ' J"1.H
liid !\tcCoril I i :ir--on, the dane
ng wonders. The boys are said to b*
at noon today, as nany of our fo ce
df ired- to go ou of town to spend
I :ond Sunday and ln or.
der that tin y may get away on the
ii.rm:on trains we have gone to
o-ess a li tie earlier today.
FOR RENT four room hous
ferred payments, principal and In-
terest. at any interest paying period
after five years from date of sale or in Inquire of Mrs,
if the land sold be situated withinn 101 N, Admire.
. i , ,... i.arve Jnc a record what
be eteoberence generally iel- ovw harve. unt .
, ihe soil full of moisture It seems .inely the en
crop, and wi a tne sou
tire tate will overlook a moBt Important point. ro t-ell
we are advised by such exp, r,s as John F.ejds, H. M_Cott*U
. w n nentley is danl''er of a very da,1,aslng
feed crops this fall. White Oklahoma has been en-
F,u' ' " " ' . , . of ra:na a very severe drouth has been un-
J:-,n , " Kan and other com states and It
I ' ,'i -ii crop will be poor. South and east, in Texas,
5£2£ r.'-Vw^u an l other s ates there Is an unusually poor.
nrospee' Oklahoma has quite an acreage of corn but
icdrtainty. It. a-,vice of other . feed crops is
s . it is ... • i rovli Ions he
, . ,i next tall. This can be done by quick action by
at stubble in kaf ir, milo, black eyed peas, or oth-
''You'shied what you could do to 1M2. You have even a
:, r op, or unity now, but you mWt act quickly if tae results
to be gained.
Yoiirs for Business,
Citizens National Bank
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 112, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1914, newspaper, July 3, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90973/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.