The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 137, Ed. 1 Monday, August 3, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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Ma of NoM-CompetMt *nd Inherited Indian Lands
Department of the Interior
Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Ajforj
Darlington, Otela., July 25, 1914
Bids for the lands listed below will be opened at the Cheyenne ana
Arapaho Indian Agency, Darlington. Oklahoma, at 1:00 o clock p. in., on
the dates shown below. Kach bid muHt be accompanied by a ( hKllMhl'
OHECK. CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT or HANK DRAFT on some SOL.
VENT bank, payable to the order of W. VV Scott, Supt. and Spl. Disli.
Agent for not less than ten per cent. of the amount of the bid If the
bid it) accepted tile balance of the purchase price MUST be remitted to
the above mentloued Supt. and Spl Dish \gent in one of the above men
ttoned forms of exchange within JO days alter date of the notice to the
purchaser that his bid has been accepted
Bids open September 1. 1914.
486- Medicine (Dismounting The Southeast quarter of Northwest qu*r
ter and J*ot a ot Section ti, Township 12. N. of It 10 VV., 86.3"
ucres appraised at O.UU. lllver bottom land, tacres cultivated-,
some timber, S2U rods fence, U.mljes from market. Leue .expires
December 81, 1 1 £>.
-Missing (Two Laaco*). The North half oi Southwest quarter of
Section 10, Twp. 14, North of It. 10 VV., So acres, appraised at
$1,500.00. Upland, sandy loam. I) acres cultivated. 0 acres punt urn.
Nine miles from Oeary. Independent lease
—Doc Sew eli The West half of the Nor tit east 0|uartei Section '_'i,
Twp 14, N. of It. 'J VV., 80 acres, appraised at $1,600.1)0 Upland.
66 acres cultivated, Hi acres pasture. No lease of record fid1'
408—Dump Kt r head I Conklin f The Southwest <|uar)ei o| Section
Twp. 13, N. of K. 10. 160 acres, appraised at $650.00 Hough up
land. I/ease expires Dec. 31, 1911.
i 10—& lutie Smith The Southeast quarter of Section Tw l> I-' N '>>
It. 8 VV., 160 acres, appraised .it $4,OT.O.OO. flood I arm inn land
Inline expires Dec. 31, 191'.
<n Rambling Woman The South bait or the Southwest quarter oi Se
tlon 23, Twp. 12. N. of It. 8 VV . 81) acres, appraised at $2,-.00.00
Good level upland. I.ease expires June 30, 1911
il 2 -Cheyenne Chief (Blnford lllrdchlef) lx>ts and ti ol the Mouth
west quarter of Section 31. Twp. 14, N. of It. 9 VV., 68.90 acres,
appraised at $600.00. All grazing land Itiver runs through it, no
fences. T'- miles northwest of Calumet. No lease ol record.
—Pipe Woman (ltising Bear). The Kant halt of NorUiwest ll,l®-rt^r
of Section 13, Twp. 1 4, N. of It. 10 VV., SO acres, appraised at $800.UU
Upland, sandy. I.ease expires I>eo. 31, 1915.
—Jenerveva Packer (Miller). The North half of Northeast quarter
Section 10,-Twp. 14. N. of it 10 W., 80 acres, appraised at $2,-
000.00. 75 acres plowed, 5 acres pasture, 8 miles from (ieary.
Lease expires Dec. 31, 1914. '
i I f,—Joe Mljtuel. The West hall of the Northeast quarter Section 17,
Twp 13, N. of It. 9 W ,'80 acres, appraised at $3,000.00. Rolling
-best farming land. I.ease expires July 1, 19 18.
■ 17 China River. I.ots 3 and I of Northwest quartor and South liail
of Northwest quarter Sec. 4, Twp. 14, N. of It. 9 W., 158.80 acres,
appraised at $1,008.00. I.ease expires December 31, 1911. 10
acres plow land, balance grazing land.
VV. W. SCOTT, Supt. and Special Dish. Agent,
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, Darlington. Okla
ALES FRANCES and BELLE ADAIR
in "Duty," a 2-part Society drama-Eclair
"A Bohemian Pineapple"--Princess Film
"Those Happy l)ays"--Keystone Comedy
MUTAUAL WEEKLY No. 82
"Nearly a Stepmother"—Crystal Comedy
The El Reno Theatre has purchased from the Davis
Electric Co. six large electric fans to be install*d in
the balcony. These fans will be in operation by
Wednesday Night for the first installment of "The
Million Dollar Mystery." Upstairs will be as cool
Al Jennings 6-reel feature Saturday Matinte
and Night. Prices 10 and 20c
Tonight A Dandy Love Story Filled with g<>od
comedy in 4 acts
BESSIE DENO STOCK CO.
PRESENTS "HEIITUCK1 SUE"
Good Specialties Between Acts
Prices 10, 15 and 25c
The First National Bank
El Reno, Oklahoma
In its management. 1° its policy
OBLIGING and ATTENTIVE
In its sei>*ice.
Resources over $500,000.00
The balloon is wrecked and drops
into the ocean with its human carg©
-one million dollars disappears-
what becomes of the
You'!! be afels t® leil soon—
is coming next Monday
See Monday's issue oi this paper
ill HHllWlli 1 "
you will favor me with
I remain your faithful
R H Wilson.
; $25 Rew ard lor recove y of two Jer-
! aoy coVs strayed or stolen from the
I Fred Ball farm on June 18t Notify |
I Bail Bros. Meat Market, 8tfc i
H Jacobs, pass clerk la th*
To the lXMwx rats of Oklahoma; ' General Og,'ice« of toe Rock Island
Tomorrow, August ltd, is the day returned Uis morning from o. two
this week's vacation spent at Sherman
of the primary election
time the democrats of Oklahoma will Texas and TisUiniiigo, Oulaboma. In
number of friends
decide who is to be tlioir nominees company will
Public ilr- Jacobs made the t ip overland
I from Sherman to Tishimiago and
for Sta. e Superintendent
I For three and one half yea's I
!iave served you fts Superintendent
I Prior to- thaf. time I was Coun'v
j Superintendent of Grady county I
I point with pride to my record as an
J official. I Jave been misrepresented
1 by Mome but in most eases I have
, lieen misrepresented by those Who
, wanted state positions at the ex~ i
! pense of tlhc taxpayers and were not '
able to get them. Some have even
accused me o' being the represent® _
tivo of the book trusts, ! The book
triis's foug'at me t 1 rough the iegiB
laturo and through the cou ts, and
when I tried to reduce the number
of books and get cheaper teste they
beat me in the courts. When you
buy your books next fail you will
not buy the hooks 1 wanted, but in
most instanecs you will buy tine
books I voted against
had a very pleaasnt' time fishing—
but they caught no fistii. Air, Jacoos
is now qualified to join tne Isaac
Mr and Mrs. Siever have re'-uro-
ed from a throe week's trip whicii
v as pleasantly spent in Colo ado.
Maney s Marvel
The Dependable Flour
Really ought to cost a little more than others--but dont
Sam R. Cary Who is a candidate
for county commissioner in the"
first district is a resident of Frisco
Township a:ii". lias l;ten a residen1"
of Canadian County since 1889.
Th's is the first time he has ever
announced himself ag a candidate for
office and will appreciate the sup
port of the democratic voters on
August 4. Ov.'lng to the 'act that he j
is a farmer and a busy rim he lies |
been unable to nir.ke an extensdve |
campaign and consequently has not
teen able to meet all the voters of
1 will appreciate your support for his district Ho asks t&oas who
^nomination. 1 liave made a 61pa . do not know aim to hivr-tir ite and
campaign and have indulged in no '.en give him '".'eir vote ii '.hoy can
n.ud slinging, dc so, . His i.iotto is C!oo>l service
'In Wolff's Clothing
2 reel featuring Alice Joyce and Tom Moore
TWO COMEDY REELS
Call lor your double Coupons
Special Wednesday August 5th-
'The War Correspondents'
In 4 massive parts, 110scenes.
'Romantic Josie' 2 reel Vitigraph Comedy
Mrs. W. 11, Davis laas
Weatherford where she
friends aod lelatives.
Yesterday was the birthday anni-
versary of V, Evans who lives three
miles east of the city and fifty of
tux friends and neigtibo s came in
unnounced to assist uim in properly
oeJebraUng thp oocosiou, JThe af-
t«noon and evening were very
gone to pleasantly. s|x-nf i games and social
will viait• conversation after whidh delicious
refreshments were served.
Miss Viv'an Steenrod - will give n
farowell r«c«lDtloa this eevnlng In
honor of her brother Horace.
Will Corcoraa, Traveling M, C, n.
Ai'dttor for the Rock Island was in
the city ywterdny from Chicago.
. VOTE FOR
for Mine Inspector
The Miners's Choice
Do not vote for Pete Hanraty
who was recalled as mayor of
"lid a dollars worth of value for ev-
ery dollar expended. (Pol, Adv
Bartlesville. Om, August 3.—
Special- loh-i I. Stcugle • ol tlijs
city who luis been a candidiilte for
Insurance Co'iunlsnioner announced
.his withdrawal from the race jjis
morning in favor of Arthur W, Petit
From eli over tho state i«mea re
Po ts of lncraasing Pet;it
atul it is predicted now tnat Pettit
will win the insuaace race without
Arthur W Pet't will be pleased to
receive the assistance of the citl.
in an honest administration of the
State Insurance Oepartment, Hia
caniidacy is bused on his qualifica-
tions to perioral the duties of the
office which he seeks, and on the
record he made as Assistant Insur-
ance Commissiorer The investigat-
ing committees of the Legislature
approved his work, and the insurance
committee commanded him for hon-
esty, integrUv and efficiency. To
th's was added the endorsement of
many of the members of the legisla.
ture as well a- a great number of the
people of tae state who came in
with he insurance needs of the reo-
pens of this state that are Interested pie
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 137, Ed. 1 Monday, August 3, 1914, newspaper, August 3, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90981/m1/4/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.