The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 301, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 26, 1924 Page: 3 of 4
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ANOTHER IOO VISIT
|lr«.xx»U- •«» delighted whx*u
l.o t.tvmJ »u Ml.oi iaviuiit* |t> vLil
HN t4 all l.o »oui lw •** ItU H»«l
bUuiAwl (rioatl ilto Irtur See Si.atfc* wt
St a .noii ait t as I to *** sIm> fitted.
lit- wttio a ItantUuiuo »utl aril It Mark
anvI.tolit.M rlu.* fx*r tWittratlwa ll«
a a* .or) |Hii>-imu* and of lias lit a as
llo a as also pr-xi-l of hi* |xaddiflik«-
tall, llo a as big. but nol a* Ms at
loan, sitakoa Hiliio lirt.aala koul to n
Mill l o wasalmut iltrao fool la l«*ngib
itn.I I'.iliio llrttanlr ili»us(il l.o b-%>fc%-d
l-r. ll) Ms oaiklrriai lua llial lie aas
"lilt .1 lo st o you asaia." It* told
Hilllo. Tksjr lave given tue a al.v
sail aalor lanli Itere. and I am t|uiie
“We live In ilie mean. )ou know,
except the M--tiler Sea 8er|-onl* like
to he near the l-ea- h when Ihe young
“I think I ft-rgoi in tell you u|«*»n
jour IhM visit that the I'ohra Snake*
are relniivt-s of ourv Ihttugli of rourae.
ihoy live nu land and we live In the
' Veil would Imagine that was a here
ae lived fr-«m our name, wouldn't
And Itlllle Broxvnl* said that ha had
thought as |iiu< h.
lie also lohl the Sea Ser|tont that
he had hoasled of hn.lng semi -urh a
creaflire ns lie wna In a amt.
“It was n good thing you told them
Mutt,'’ said Ihe Sea Serpent, “for II
was the truth And the truth Is In
Then lllllle Brownie railed on some
of the Knnguroo and Wallnh.v moth
$,$,$* heep$ mMf
THUI m t&mti «f mm
lAi mriar trttf Jtau^cwngUaj
*• (m tswataamta they v*. They
tioas com* from
»SUIbU!,llr S S S
MWmk s avkQowledgeJ
WL»to be one of the
mv|ryW r«pid «**««•
\p l Jr live blood cleans*
ers known S S S.
MMa mm blood^ells This is why
11.8. routs out •! your system th*
Impurities which cause boils, pirn*
pies, blackhead*, acne, blotches. *c-
isma. tetter, rash. S. S. &. is a re*
markable fleab-buildcr. That's why
underweight people can quickly build
tip their loat flesh, get back their
norma! weight, pink, plump checks,
bright ayea, and "pep*’
g. 8. 1 is * M si sK good dmg
imiii m is* si>*s. Tbs luftf sim
k pm |(SA0«Bikli
. '^litoilMrdit I»»t5
■ OTW OAICTD—POUT
V* Ml u'm. 0*
In favor of aali
of bla croditore v— w ■ ■■ «« >>«f « n** -■* «.
Km-rn H fldohty Buthitng QkU- |plainttff sad against mid defeat
k.uua t'tt). Oklsho-.ua. on th-.' 1st day aats obtained and made la saM court
* September. liCi at ten o'clock oa the 18tfc day of January liM for
m —.O .bi.A lima lb^ ftku UIIWI <J A tl? tUt hi k llkd i'Adtt
i in the fotvooua «t
i said creditors may
their claims tk-i n triwli-e. examine
the hnukrupt and traavac* such other
f-ustuess ns tuny poperl/ ..'me he-
fv.r sail net log
The hiak'ui-t Is dire-tel to b»
iki-ed at Oklahoma Cbr Oklaho
I tua this Slat day of August 1834
IS ACC U TAYUMl.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
1\ THU PlSheHCT Ol kT OK CA
NADIAS t'OUKTY, STATE OK
Tie Slate of Oklahoma, e* t*». Jo«
1! s'ttiiu. Rau^ fommissU'ner i laiu-
Wl-i-ler a- Houard. a partnership
m:< ml oi J (I V l.i.ler and 0
I! |!o>.aid. Mr* Margaret U Wheel
. r i .* Jaiu-s E ’Wheeler. Pefend
*OT"t OF SHERIFft SALE O*
Notin' I-* hereby pixen. that In
pur i iiii-ii of an order of sale Issued
out of the District t'ourt of Canad
n i'ounty. State of Oklahoma on
the •.•t’h dry of July 1924 In an ai*
i it -it wl er.in The Stat,. of Oklahoma
r-1 ,t-e II Strain Bank Commie
uhick Hue the!the aum of tflTfeSSJi and coats
proto aamubtiag to 88 45 d-llus with I*
teresl on say judgment at lb* rate
of | percent per annum from the
lath day «f January 1884 and coats
in ruing: Therefore. I udl oa
Tuesday the twl dev of September
'*24 at the h-ur of td o'clock a m
of said day. at ike front do-r of th,
Court house In the city of Kl Reno
-.n said Tounty n.l St«ta. after tor
sale and sell l< th,- hi*he*t bidder
for ca«h the s.‘Wt pn'pertx shore
de-i til'd or >o much ther of n*
will sottafy said Judgment, uith '■
lere t >ud rests
Witness Uiy hand thl> ?»th day of
W V SHtl'Kl.FTT Sheriff
wf Ci-andian t'oiintv. Oils
VI It COPE
ttli-ruee u» Pl. lnttft
IN’ THE DISTRICT COI’RT OK C\
NADIAN C'Ol’NTY STATE OP OK
ft. krr Hanna & |th k. t'otnpany a
I K Shu|w IH-fendant,
NOTICE RV PllUt 1C ATtON
You, the said I. K Shupe. will
*ake notl.-e that v.ut liav,- hm-n --tml
hv the aL'ie name | plaintiff. Mik«-r
. red yon by
*k*r Company, u
sum of IMU but ot uku b acconut
plaintiff la now tbe ovum by
of an assignment thereof to* wine
to plaiutiff. making % t»ual of lllbl'
S; due plaint iff by you and that
plaintiff prays Judgment against yew
for the said total sum at lllkl SI
with iat.rest at « prreeal per annum
»h«re»'u fr-un August 1. HR and
costs and that idatatill has attached
lads 8 and » Block 1>. kluaiaag.* Ok
la horn a *aid real estate heln* l.vc^t
d in Mustang. Canadian County
Oktahon a. web *s certain shoe*
ehiudi>. tUlurou and account* r*
rrmern* hardware drugs and me
ml.able no* at No —■— Street
Town of Mustang. Canadian esnaty
Oklahoma, all of uhi-k property h
-used l-v you: and that you »u»i
»ii>..er the peti*ii»u filed herein or
r befor, S«-|-temler 18. HR. or aald
«et|iion will b« taken a* true and
ludement rendered in favor of plain
tiff end said attachment will he sus
taine.l ;»-* prayed for in said pell
tt«n and ordering t>i*» sale of nil
vnqr lntere*t tn and to the property
here)i-fore *o attached to *alisfr th*
tndclih dness representd by the ac
counts herein sued on
You are further notified howeverthi
order of sale of th„ stm-k of grocer
les drugs hardware an.1 rrorehan
dt-e and fixtures ha* l*een ordered
■ Fta I k. td vrfcMa l« dhtya fraga Mi Mi
ta kbejur eU Asgwi M. miMM tM
n-coaut was,- ta ued Mb fHfMk Nl 4
vtnue such nature that g Ml bu «RMl
*tor» and car* b» bAg fb> WA
aucy of tbH acUun Ml H RA #
ike cob* of MlHt M«k Mb HI
be bw tbe kauabt af MA |AMi
*ad defendant: tbut wwb Mb Ml
tv at public auctM bf MR W
-bat tbe prxweeds af Mb Mb VI
ud. rx-d Witt be betd *• Hdy R*
iud- Ixt.dae** repieaeutd bi tt» M
exxuata sued MU.
IdEAU OmvA Mb
McHACRY A HOm.
Vttoraey4 f.ur t'tslattff.
t First Published Aug It—Ml
H'trst PuMlaked Aug. 1* Ilk
noner w** plaintiff and Wheeler d JJdn-ia * Blake Company a corpora
Say “Bayer Aspirin”
INSIST! Unless you see the
“Bayer Cross” on tablets you
are not getting the genuine
Bayer Aspirin proved sate by
millions and prescribed by phy-
sicians for 24 years.
^ Accept only a
which contains proven directions
Handy "Bayer" l*-\r* of 12 taliM*
Also ixtUlcH of 21 mid Inn I >i il-.-.’iM*
A*flrln 1- the trmli' murk nf Bj.ti r Mann
tteture of Ueouaciin-iriik-.ii-r -f HalIcjIlcaci.1
llo-. <-i a partnership ct»ni|x»*ed of
j o Wheel * nn.t O II Howard.
Mary-net R Wheeler and James E
Wheeler were defendant a, directed
to Hi)-, Ihe underMgnd *hriff of Ca-
nadian County, Oklahoma command-
ing me to levy upon and m-ll without
appraisement the following describ-
ed property: t.ot* Seventeen (17).
F'ghte. n ((St in Block Ninety five
(851 In the City of El Reno Oklaho
gin to xattafy a Judgment and de-
th n. on certain account* due said
Baker. Ilanaa »• Blake Company, hv
yon: on,, for merchandise sold and
delivered you hy them in ihe amount
of >71* Sit; one for goods. .. are* and
merchandise sold and delivered von
by Orth Klefeser K- Wallace, a cor
imration in Hie aunt of >1** 78. hut
•if which account plaintiff la now the
owner by virtu,, of an assignment
for value to plaintiff thereof; am'
one for merchandise sold an l deliv
II AM.’S t AT % It It II WNIIM IM I will
I,- what wo claim tor u ii-l >i-ur system
•f i atari!, or Ivifiu-ia cauat-d by
It vt l 'a • \TVHIIII Mi:l»* IM! ron-
-i-l* of -in .iil-tli'-lit ..lo>ll Mul-1.1.
. 11. \. o the -.in*..- i -in in , "ii - "I
■ i i I t">n l *• -l"i- • i Tom- *. l icli
-lo (Iirough t - ill' -I on llo VtM-i.ua
:-i: fS - r« lo- il l nori'iat cot.dl
- - I t- -1? . -i« f- r nv«t V ara.
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STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
CLARICE B ROY ETON.
ROY E ROYETttN.
l Vo CkSlt
IN THE OltTRtCT COUNT
state of Oklahoma to Roy R. Alt
Said defendant will take aattCU
h it he has been sued In tbn ibnew-
named Court for dtvore# nM «M>
tmlv of minor child, upon tbt
ironml* of sluindonment bud VM*
support, and must answer tb# Rttb
tloti filed therein by autd UlnlutMf
on or liefots the STtb day at flM
li-tnhcr, a- IV 1M4. or said potRtau
will tic taken as trite, and U JndV
incut for Halil plaintiff In aald MUM
for divorce and cualndy Of uMSP
child will Im rendered nceordlnflT.
Dated this 8th day of Auauit.
FRANK TAYI*0|t. Tour! Clorb.
j. N. HOBBRRON.
Attorney for rlalnUft.
"I Am Really Very Tame.*'
ers. They had come from Austrulln
and now tliolr tmtiles were gettiug
pretty large to lie bundled back into
their mot Lera' pouches whenever they
felt like It or felt a little frightened.
But the mothers did the best they
could nud the children tucked their
legs under them ns they crawled into
their pollrli nests.
Next, Billie Brownie went to cull on
the Elephants and they were feeling
very fay and playful because the day
w as such a nice oue.
Billie Brownie was greatly amused
to see such tinge creatures jumping
about and playing as though they
were not big nt all.
Next, he called upon a ring-tailed
monkey and a wild dog who had come
all the way from South America.
“We're the host of friends," they
told Billie Brownie. “And every one
thinks it is very strange and seems
to be much amused by us. But we
like each other, even if we are of very
different families, so as long ns w*
have a good time, why shouldn't v,e
“There is no reason in the world, or
in ttie zoo.” sa'd Billie Brownie, "why
you shouldn't tie friendly."
“That Is what we think," they said,
-and so we are friendly, as we like
each other immensely."
King Cobra was eating snakes fot
his dinner which seemed to Billie
Brownie a curious thing to do. Still
lie knew that many snakes did eat
other snakes, ami even so did some
of the hig frogs eat other frogs.
Next he culled on the Spike-Tailed
lizards. He had seen them on his
"We are front Africa," they told
him. "And we live in holes. We g«
Into nur holes hind first, which is th*
sensible way to enter one's home.
“We find our spiky tails keep un
welcome visitors away from us, so wo
like our tails. Often we think it would
be nice for others to have the same
way of keeping off those they did nol
want to see."
And then Billie called on a South
“I’m n e-nssln of your badger," he
to! \ Billie "But 1 am more friendly*
I am really very tame and my dispo-
sition Is good."
Lastly Billie went to rail on tbe
orang-utan who was his sp-cinl fn-
vnrlte In the zoo and wlmse name wa*
DR. P. D. MYERS
Office In Hatchett Building
221 12 S. Rock Island
Office 206 phones Res 20S
Doctor Honor» Boy Scout*
l or one week. Dr. Herman Bunde-
sen, health commissi.-m-r of Chicago,
re ent’y dedicated his health bulletin
In til-' liny scouts ef that city. This
special tribute. It was explained, was
bused upon Doctor Bundescn's keen
appreciation of the scout law, the
eleventh point of which applies In
particular: *'A smut Is clean. He
clean in body and *hnught,
stni.-D for clean speech, clean sport,
rlean linhlts, and travels with a clean
STATE OK OKLAHOMA. CANA1>
IAN -County, SS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT iN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
Crockett Scrlvner. plaintiff.
Bert Moore Valeria Moore ai d
idelia May Moore. Defendants
notice bv publication
The State of Okahoma to Bert
Moore and Valeria Moore, defend-
You and each of you are hereby
notified that on th» 7th day of July I
1824., Crockett S. rivm-r filed hi-- P"
tition in the above entitled anil 1
number d cans,, of action in the1
District Court of Canadian County.
State of Oklahima praying lor a Jud
jnent agnin--'t cnc’i if you for the sum j
of twenty four hundred and fifty ;
iollars *$2450.00) with interest there j
on at the rate of teen per cent per j
annum from the 2nd -lay of July j
1923. and the additi- nnl sum ef two;
hundred dollars attorney-:; fee. and
costs, and seeking to fore-in-e tli«-
mortgage on the Southeast Quarter
Of Section twenty (201, and tl
Southeast. Quartet of S t.i*-n (IM ,
all in Township fovic-n (ID Noth'. .
Range Nine (0) west, al.„ lots nine,
(Ot, tei, (10) and twelve <121 ot S- > (
tion nine (9) Town hip thfrieon (I
North Range nit--- (M West nil in
Canadian County State of Oklaho ;
ma. securing Id indebtiUn< ;.
yon are required to answer said p< j
tition on or ivf. re thp 12:li • V . ;
September. 1021. or m d petition will i
be taken as confi • d and Judgment I
will bo ret dered accordingly
Dated this August 2nd. 1924
FRANK TAYLOR Court Clerk
District Court Canadian Countv ;
VICTOR A SNIGGS.
Attorney f,,r Plaintiff
(First Pub. \nplt.t 2 1 times
IN THE DISTRICT "HURT OF THE
UNITED STATES IN VND FOR
THE WESTERN Hi - TRH'T OF
IN THE MATTER OF M.BEUT II |
OYLER. Bo ilk nipt.
IN BANKRUPT! V NO 2 ’
NOTICE OF FIRST MEFTING Of ;
To the creditors of ARievt 11 0\ (
let-, of Kl Reno In the coiintv nf C.i
nadlnn Oklahoma, and Hi ' •’ nf"'
said. Bnnkruru. .
\ntlce Is l-Mobv rlv.ii that on tin
81 .la) ..f fui 1014 tht
Albert H (tvler. was duly al'tidn-d
bankrupt; nnd that tV.r fir-t moHIn.’
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popularity is n ■ sttc
No champion «. cr ’ it
l.ttirv's f.e.ft hy t
N i cipnrctt * c\ • r 1 ■
favor cAccpf h\ th* i xi
1'- n mlarity•> Chcstcrfii’ld#
i i ii 'Mi’hnt. i xoiiiplc. For
i lon.i'- mhv they have hecn
ui.y; i-\cr 1 0D smokers a il-t/
a \ay ii. . v u'-T i i^arettet.
; vrcly t!ii-x is proof of their
*y i ! tul taste.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 301, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 26, 1924, newspaper, August 26, 1924; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909779/m1/3/: accessed December 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.