The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1928 Page: 1 of 4
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Just because the early bird gets the worm is little reason for a bleak March wind to blow in ahead of schedule
Tonight, fair, colder,
except northwest por-
tion. Friday, fair, not
so cold, west and cen-
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
UNITED PRESS SERVICE
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, FEB. 23. 1928.
IN MISSION MEET
The District Convention of the Wo-
man's Home Missionary of the Meth-
odist Episcopal Church met in El
Reno February 16 and 17 at the First
M. E. Church.
The meeting was opened by Mrs.
C. E. Knapp. District President. De-
votlonals were conducted by Mrs. F.
P. Hocker. followed by greetings by
the local President, Mrs. W. D. Mc-
Cormick, to which Mr;. Knapp very
Piano solo by Mrs. J. P. Cham-
bers was very much appreciated. A
reading entitled the "Flower Gar-
den” was given by Mrs. Meade
Wolfe, assisted by Mrs. E. L. How-
ard, which was greatly enjoyed.
The following District officers were
present: President, Mrs. C- E. Knapp,
Chandler; Corresponding Secretary.
Mrs. R. E- Bradshaw, Oklahoma City;
Treasurer, Mrs. O. L. Phillips, Okla-
homa City; Junior Secretary, Mrs.
E. L. Howard. Norman; Supply Sec-
retary, Miss Effie Weaver ,E1 Reno;
Temperance, Mrs. George Paas, Ed-
The conference corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. T. P. Taylor, Oklahoma
City; conference Junior secretary,
Flaunting a farewell challenge to J
Winter an apricot tree at 417 North
Choctaw, just south of the Pennant !
Service Station, is almost in full I
bloom. This trees has the distinc-'
MOISTURE TOTALS 30.90 INCHES
FOR 1927 ACCORDING TO RECORD
UNITEO PRESS SERVICE
Academy Music Pupils
Sun rises ..8:37 A. M.
Sun sets .. 5:30 P. M
Moon sets 5:44 P. M.
Music pupils of Sacred Heart
Academy were presented in recital
Monday evening and a large audience
| enjoyed the splendid program. The
Total rainfall for 1927 was 30.90 slue.* 1317. ! young artists were assisted by the
As a coincidence there have been ga, red Heart orchestra.
11 months in the past 11 years, that Those participating the eveulug’s
have betn rainless. The month of program were: B. Briggs, L* S. Bol-
tion of being the first fruit tree in inches according to records kept by
the city to answer the call of Spring. H. Dittmer. President of the El Reno
In 1926 this tree bloomed on> Feb- yearly aver- January in 1918, 1924 and 1925^ was ^on Louise Collett, Helen Lyman.
ruary 9, in 1927 it was mo. e cautiou * inches for the 10 years barren of moisture, likewise Kebru- Leona Detterman. Mary Rasp, M. J.
and was in bloom on February 17. age of -8.9*1 inches ye ^ ^ ^ ^ m5 ^ and K Emerick, Peggy
and was in bloom on February
Oftimes Jack Irost lays a chilling di8piaCed APr11 as the wet ; 1927 was completely dry. There was chamberlain. Agnes Kamp, MUdred
hand on the delicate blooms as a ^t'h a^record of no moisture in August, 1922 and no Modenbach. Elsie Kreager. M. E.
penalty for its unseasonab.e activi- vh, h is'the record for the ralufall was recorded in December for siattery, J. Slattery. Julia Chamber-
ties, but there are times when tl ' - f th t u years April the years 1917. 1919 and 1921. lain, Helen Hamilton, Nancy Humph-
sturdy ree outwits the Pros King tor mature with The year 1923 holds the record for rey and Louise Welter
and delicious fruit I. the result. j ‘oolc seco-u nonors tor^ino ^u. aun„a, raintaI1 for the past 11 years --- .
ROCK ISLAND FARMERS’ UNION month of the year, when no moisture with 41 23 *m mthliMre*cord Ciass ^UydMarchSl°P U”0t
The Rock Island Farmers will have was recorded. In this respect it fol- that tear holdf d U P y’ M '_
a called meeting Friday night for the lowed 1925 and 1926 when there was for 11. years "l«h • m . , f „ ! DANCE at Eagle's Home. 1094
! luh a monthly average for the 10 ords for the previous years are from everybody.
2 DEAD. 1 HURT
IN TULSA CRASH
C An A I ITTMO With a monthly average for the 10 ords for the previous >eais »£ >>»«
VIII |A| I I l< MV years praxlous of 2.89 inches, and the guage at the Citizens National
UvviilL 11 Llliu ; ot- 2.4.1 inches for the 11 year period Bauk.
FOLKS YOU KNOW
Priscilla Embroidery Club
The Priscilla Embroidery club met
Wednesday with Mrs. Earl Morris. * , '
703 South Williams, when fourteen •,1A
members and two guests. Mrs. W. G. “ '
Berkley and Mrs. Roy Leas, were in "AY
attendance. ! y
----------- ------ --------... Snapdragons and ferns decked the ”
Mrs. Meade Wolfe, Oklahoma City; | rooms and George Washington motifs
conference supply secretary, Mrs. E. appeared in the dainty refreshments. •
P, Hocker, El Reno. r>.—i— k.«.»••««<. s.t»-c OCT.
An open forum was conducted by
Mrs. T. P. Taylor, which was very
instructive. Mrs. Thomas Jensen ac-
companied by Mrs. Cliambers favored
us by a very fine vocal solo.
A banquet was given in the dining
room of the First M. E. Church at
six-thirty, after which Mrs. T. P.
Tqylor gave a very enthusiastic as
well as Interesting talk upon the
work and accomplishments of the
W. H. M. 8.
At 8:00 o’clock a very fine address
was given by Dr. C. Dallas Meade of
Shawnee, upon Self Preservation.
A musical reading by Mrs. Hugh
Turnlpseed and also a reading by
Mrs. Sanders were given, both of
which were excellent. Then a song
by Queen Esther girls, who did so
Friday at nine a. m., the meeting
was called to order by the President
followed by a Love Feast conducted
by Mrs. George Paas.
On account of Dr. B. H. Flemming,
District Superintendent, and Rev. V.
A. Hargis being called away the reg-
ular secrainental services could not
be administered. A very impressive
memorial service for Mrs. B. H. Flem-
ing, wife of District Superintendent,
was conducted by Mrs.F. P. Taylor,
assisted by the District officers pres-
Encouraging reports were given by
the District officers. At the request
the reading of the "Flower Garden”
was repeaed. A talk upon “Lights
from the National” by Mrs. F. P. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ......
Taylor. At noon a lunch consisting Dal‘by'0f Creston, fa." and Mrs. H.' E*
homa City visitors Wednesday.
During the business meeting Mrs.
M. P. Kelly was welcomed into the
club as a new member. | DEC.
The next meeting will be Wednes-'
day. March 7, in the home of Mrs. _
Forrest Nave, 511 South Rock 1s-
land , . . City Requests Bids
Entertain Informally Oil Choctaw Property
As a courtesy to Mrs. Emma Dalby ___
of Creston, la., Mrs. C. C. Craig* and j city Manager Fassett announces
Mrs. C. A. Joneg entertained informal- Hiat sealed proposals will be received
ly Tuesday afternoon in the home of „p (0 the hour of 5 p. m. Monday,
the latter at 411 South Boekford. March 5, for the purchase of Lots
At the close of the deSghtful after- j to 5 Inclusive of Block 146. This
noon a delicious two course lunch property is located on South Choctaw
was served In which a pretty red on the site of the city barns,
color scheme was observed. Voters of the city approved the sale
Those enjoying the courtesy with 0f this property some time ago. but
the honoree were Mesdames Mer- J no purchaser could he found. Bidders
chant, Switzer, Brown, Hicks, Hargis, | may submit bids on the property as
Moore, Inge, Wallace, Shaffer and jt now stands or on the lots alone
• * «
Substitute hands were played
1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1«> 1927 Av
0 15 0 00 0 52 0.50 l.Sf 0.06 0.85 0.00 0.00 1.4o 1.20 0.57, -
0 50 o 36 LSI 1.30 0.00 0.40 0 25 0.76 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.49 Mr. and Mr8. Walter C. Rolschow-
0 -15 •> 07 1 14 .2 75 1.88 3.72 2.05 2.31 0.28 2.60 1.80 1.90 8fcy 3024 West Wade, were Okla-
2.19 3.36 1.10 0.10 2 45 9.42 5.44 3.44 6.10 * 3.50 6.00 4 12 .....
1 38 5.31 4.80 6.07 3.30 5.70 5 40 2.55 0.33 l.,0 1.50 3 46
1 30 4.34 7.93 1.78 6.84 0.65 3.46 5.05 0.59 4.40 4.00 3.6,
2.35 0.78 0.60 4.93 1.80 2.02 0.15 3.65 2.61 3.80 2.00 2.24
fill 1 51 3 50 2 65 0.55 0.00 2.66 0.73 2.34 4.80 7.J0 2.89
1 ns 1 63 108 1 72 5.45 0.18 7.50 2.20 6.02 7.00 2 50 3.30
0 06 7 n 7,>4 4 71 0.28 2.82 10.75 0.30 1.28 4.30 2.40 3.73
X 2.52 2 58 2 40 0.30 2.32 1 70 2.73 1.83 0.50 1 20 1.74
0.00 1.8 4 0.00 1.20 0.00 1.55 1.02 0.68 0.51 8.90 1 00 1-98
16.66 30.85 34.30 30.11 24.20 27.84 41.23 24.39 21-89 37.90 30.90 2.43
Sacred Heart Cagers
Rout Concho Indians
and improvements alone.
No bid under $5,000 will be con-
sidered according to the city man-
Mrs. F. E. Arnold and Mn. D, L. Twenty-five percent of the pur-
Filkins when the Hilo Bridge club h ..rice must acCompany all bids,
met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
Arthur Lambert, 107 South Macomb. if you like mystery, excitement.
High score for the afternoon was fUn, be sure to see “Stop Thief”—
received by Mrs. C. L. Barrett after Thursday, March 1.
which the hostess served a lovely--<?----;
lunch cacr'ng out the George wash-j Rob Transfer Station
The next meeting will be Tuesday,
Sacred Heart cagers won an over-
whelming 49-1 victory over the Con-
cho Indians on the High School court
Wednesday night. The Indians’ lone
tally was made by Charley on a free
toss, in the third quarter. Score at
the half was 22-U in favor of Sacred
Iteding for the Acadamy team took
high point honors with 20 points, J.
Myers was second with 17 points.
Sacred Heart will leave on a road
trip over the wt/jk-end when they
meet Shawnee, Tulsa, Muskogee and
Sacred Heart G.
Reding, f ----------------8
Walch, f . ...............2
Kelly, f ..................1
J. Myer, c ----------------8
U. Myer, g-----------------®
Cotwin, g . -------------®
McGuire, g _ -------------®
Gilmore, g --------------®
TULSA, Okla., Feb. 23.—OPl-Two
persons were killed and the third may
die as a result of au automobile ac-
cident on the road between Tulsa
and Sapulpa Wednesday uight. I>.
E. Dickenson. 28, Tulsa nud Mrs.
Frances Rostls. 21. ot Sapulpa are
dead, V. F. Crutchfield. 19. Tulsa,
is iu a Tulsa hospital, with burns
over most of his body.
Dickenson and Crutchfield were
taking the girl back to Sapulpa about
miduight. accordiug to Crutchfield,
when the fender ot a passing car
struck their front wheel and turned
them ever Into a ditch.
Passing motorists brought Crutch-
field and the dying girl to u hospital.
Dickenson was dead when found.
MARIETTA. Okla.. Feb 23.—(IP)—
A grand Jury called by District Judge
Asa Walden will convene here March
5, it was announced today, on a pe-
tition circulated following the dismis-
sal of larceny charges against two
Love county officials.
James Mathers, county judge, and
Wes Croy. couuty attorney, were
charged with faking loot from robbers
of the Imve Couuty National Dank.
They were cleared by Justice of tho
Peace at Botnar Moutftty.
CHICAGO, Feb. 23.-<tP>-Sleet and
snow storms accompanied by a sud-
den tomperature drop left communi-
cation lines . rippled in the middle
west near t! ** northwest «ud south-
Mrs. J. N. Corlee and Mrs. Jesse I we8t today.
Burge were Oklahoma City visitors 1 six deaths were caused by the cold
Wednesday. ] and atom In Minneapolis and St.
A temperature of 5 degrees above
n*ro was officially reported at Lin-
Mrs. August W. Klopf, 915 South
Macomb, is convalescing from a re-
• • •
Misses Elizabeth Byrns and Louise
Walch spent Wednesday nl Oklaho-
• • •
H. C. Bradford. 1200 South Barker,
returned Wednesday from a three
weeks' sojourn at Brownsville, Tex.
• • •
Miss Elsae Jane Harrison, a facul
ty member of the Northwestern
Teachers college at Alva. i8 visiting Nebraska
with her mother. Mrs. E. G. Harrl-1 toln' Net>ra,K>' ._
son. 714 south# Macomb. £0i(i Wave Warning
Lester Wills visited friends In 1
Oklahoma City Wednesday evening. , . „„
• • • OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. 23.-OP> ;
Among those who attended the Temperatures ranging from 6 to 16
Washfngton-Lincoln banquet at the ! deRree8 were forecast today for this
Shrine in Oklahoma City Wednesday gection by Friday morning. This was
Is Issued By Bureau
evening were: Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mus-
grove. Mrs. C. N. Huntington, Miss
Irma South, A. L. McDonald, R. B.
Cobbs, George Le Van, E. P. Kelly,
John C. DeLana, Karl Humphrey, L.
unofficially forecast by weather men
based on reports from Knnsas and
Colorado where the mercury was
slipping under a bllzzurd from the
If the mercury drops to six degrees
„ . „ ... „ „ , „ .. - Thieves entered the transfer sta- Totals............—19 11
March (j with Mra. C. L. Barrett, 415 tjon ^ q Hamilton south of the Concho—
South Admire. | ^t,urt House Tuesday night, stole a Charley, f _ ------------- 0
quantity of gasoline from the cars Magpie, f . ---------------®
in the station and also coils and other 1 North, f _ ----------------®
Adding ipterest to the afternoon
were two special guests. Mrs. Emma! accessories to the value of $16.00.
of sandwiches and covered dishes
was served by the local members.
At one-thirty p. m. the meeting
was called to order, devotions were
conducted by Mrs. C. A. Simmons of
Mrs. C. E. Kapp, president, then
gave a talk on the district outlook,
which was followed by the election
and installation of officers.
On account of sickness among Dis-
trict officers and inclement weather
H. Franklin, f ------------®
, ..... Bearbow, ----------------®
“I've found it, 1 ve found il! Be Nullake, g ____ 0
sure and find out what Jack Brown p Franklin, g ____________0
has found by seeing "Stop Thief.” Finley, g _______ #
many of the officers and towns were red predominated appeared in all dec-
not represented, however, a good as orations and appointments when the
well as Instructive meeting was en-1 philathea Class of tho First Meth-
joyed by all who attended. odist church entertained their hus-
-- ♦ ■ -- bands at a banquet at the church
Galloping Ghosts Ready Monday evening.
Following the banquet the remain-
Merchant, when the Unity club met |
Wednesday afternoon in the home
of Mrs. J. B. Swaim, 421 South Ad-
In the game of bridge high score i
favor was awarded to Mrs. Will Laird. — r—, --- , , . . . , . _
The club will meet next Wednes-! for February.23 and 24 at the High A Ford truck owned by John I e-
day with Mrs R. E Tucker 201 School under the auspices of the tree was nfiolen Wednesday night
North Barker. Junior Class hus been postponed, due about 8:30 from In front ot Ihe Pat-
• • • to the death of Mrs. H. C. Brown. terson Drug Co., where the car had
Class Banquet Dates of the play have been reset been parked by Chus. Burnell.
A patriotic color scheme In which for February 29 and March 1. I -——
K. Butts, N. A. Nichols, Huns Paul-! Friday, It will be tho coldest Febru
sen aud V. R. Mordy. , ury 24 on record.
• • • _ ! Shippers were warned to prepare
Duke Busslnger of Dallas, Texas. of ,ho coldt.Bt weather of
was the overnight guest Weduesduy i th<> geason The inercury'H low here
of R. F. Jones, Jr., 112 South wa- dnte was two dogrecs above zero
comb- • , , I In December. The forecast was
Mrs. A. D. Lynn. 3«1 South Bar cloudy, unsettled and colder.
0 “ *“•’* ! Real Estate Transfers
01 • • •
0! Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hackney. j088e Bowman to John intffy, part
0 daughters, Maurine and Evelyn, who : of |ot g <0 j,) |nC-i uik 103, El Reno.
0 attended the funeral of Mrs. Hack- j .go.
0 ney’s mother, Mrs. Ora Welty, here i Rudolph Dannehl and wife to Win.
Postpone Junior Play
The play "Stop Thief” scheduled
Remember "The Arrival of Kitty,"
of last year? Well, “Stop Thief" Is
even better. Junior Class play—50
OKLAHOMA CITY LIVESTOCK
rio.Amftw. rtuintnt coiiowiub me uumjuci me remain- Cattle receipts 900; calf receipts; --
for l laremort? vtuiiutl dec Of the evening was devoted to 300- cattle market steady; top steers Mrs. Sarah Elsie Mingus
With Captain Hudson back in the
line-up the Galloping Ghosts of
Booker T. Washington school, feel as
games and contests. $12.50; bulk of yearlings mostly I Funeral services for
* * * heifers $9 50® 11.00; cows fully Elsie Mingus will be held Friday af- .............
■a red and whl„ color .rheme to. K C litaJ."” 1 *" W~ »*"*• ....... W",*~
Wednesday, returned to their honu
in Clinton today.
• • •
Mrs. G. G. Lewis, 607 South Ma
comb, was an Oklahoma City vtultoi
• • •
Miss Lena Allison, Mr. anti Mrs
Rnymond Higgins and Harvey Har
rlson motored to Oklahoma City
• • •
Mrs. Flora Barnes of Oklahoma
City transacted business here Wed
• • •
Mi. and Mrs. Ed Grandjean and
Miss Anna Biggert of Oklahoma City
will be the guests this evening of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Biggert at the
Square aud Compass dance.
• • •
Misses Elizabeth and Teresa Wll
"nl”rL rook ... enjoyed.
lin Forte, guards. For a substitute
Kearne>\ ££ I’SST ** »’«•
There will he a preliminary con-
The next meeting will be au-
test, between two girls' learns at 7:3®
o clock, and the El Reno-Olnrcnte e
|UN will be called at 8:15.
Executive Board Meets
The retiring executive board of the I uV**
Woman's Missionary Society of the ^
Presbyterian church will meet tain or
EL RENO CRAIN AND
Butter ______ .SB
I Rye . ........----------------- .75
Springs ________________16 and .20
in the El Reno cemetery.
Mrs. Mingus died Wednesday, Feb-
ruary at her home, 500 West
Cohb street, aged 52 years. She had
been ill for some time.
Coach King of the Gallopers was row /venina atT“0 In the horre of 1x0,1 corn
recently honored by being elected ,, n__. Yellow corn
chairman of the State Athletic As-
sociation for Colored Schools of the
Don’t fail to see William Carr get
the "Hearts Blood" of the Carrs.
Mrs. B. U. Rector 820 South Rock Wh(( C(jrn
Itland, for the purpose of making: Knfjr
out annual r»*p. r'g lo be s* nt in to
the Presbyl-riaa offices.
• • •
iu Oklahoma City.
• • ■
Bolt Mallonea transacted business
in Okluhomu City today.
Miss Agnes Schubert, 320 South
Macomb, spent Wednesday evening lit
Mrs. Victoria Brown • • •
Mrs. Victoria Brown, wife of Ur. I Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Gamble of t’alu-
11. C n-own died Wednesday evening met visited Wednesday evening In
at 7:. o’clock, at the family home, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
221 Souut Roberts. i Burge, 305 South Roberts.
Death mu due to u brief Illness • • • u ..
influenza, although Mrs. Brown I *M[SH Ruth Shuik, 103 South Ma
had not been In the best of health I ««nb. spent Wednesday In Oklahoma
for mr*nv months.
Kunatal servlets will be held Sat-
‘igl urday aftornoou ut 2:30 o'clock at
' the Presbyterian church, Services
will be conducted by Rev. Edward
Murray ciuik, assisted by Rev. Thus,
an unconscious Mablcy of the Episcopal Church
Duke Basslngcr of Dallua, and R.
F. Jones, Jr., were Oklahoma City
visitors Wednesday evening.
i their husbands at a bridge party to-
I morrow evening In the home of Mr.
C,nten,ry nThTblrlh »t ”,li Sou-i'
The Bon Temps club will en’ertat/i | )h)ef certaiuly gets tho “stuff In Mrs. Brown 1b survived by her hus
“Stop Thief—Feb. 24.
Square and Compass Ounce
Members of the Square and Com-
Goodfellow, a noted scientist of the
V. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
The U. S. Tariff Commission today
win begin hwrlM. M I pT„ will entertain with their regular
Ion of American d«lr^;"forfortnightly dance this evening at the
from rsnids Masonic Temple. All Masons and
of large shipments from Canad . oat 0( town guests cordially
The annual convention of the Ns fnvited
tional Vocational Guidance Assocla • • •
tion will open In Boston today *nd Fr'day Br dgc
continue In session through the re- Mr# ^ Wewerka will be hostess
malnder of the week. J to the Friday Bridge club tomorrow
An All-British Trade Exhibition afternoon in her home at 117 South
will be opened in Melbourne today , Roberts,
with the object of lucreasln* the sale • • •
of British manufactured goods In . Trl Hi
Australia. Mrs. Dalo 8tock, 401 Pouth Rob
The twentieth anniversary of the arts, will be hostess to the Trl HI
^ppotntmont of the Roosevelt Com- club this evonlug.
mission on Country Life will be cele-
brstod in New York this evening *'"* C'ub
with a dinner nndtr the auspices of ':?• Job l OBrlen 609 Sou l0ff*
Columbia University and the Amer- w il be h >stoss to the EllJ*i «!ub to-j
ican Couuty Life .Association, ' morrow, 1 <d
baud, two sons, Jack. 16; Donald 11
and daughter Helen aged five years;
DANCE CALUMET I two sisters. Mrs. E. C. Loosen of
M. & H. Hall, Friday night. Gratia- Oknrche, and Mrs. Cecil Gates of
da Ball room orchestra of Oklahoma Llhuc, Kawai,, Hawaiian Islands, and
City, featuring Russell and Bill her father W. S. Burhans of Kings-
Brown. * ton, N. Y.
Mrs. J. W. Vance East Cava
naugh, is spending the week-end with
Mrs. Walter Mills, lu Oklahoma City
JOIN THE EAGLES NOW
Initiation Tuesday, 7:30 P. M.
Every member get a new member. Enter service
for your Aerie. Grand Lodge Deputy here for
Membership Campaign drive. We pay $7.00 a week
sick benefit, sick or injured; $100 funeral benefit
for $1.00 a month dues, initiation fee $5. We own the
109-11 So. Bickford Tel 59
F. 0. E. No. 220, El Reno Aerie. Physician’s service
Free to Members and Families
El Reno Debaters Win
Over Norman Orators
El lleno'a ».c-Katlve debating team
won the unanimous decision of the
Judges In their debate Thursday
morning at the High School with the
affirmative team from Norman
Judges wpre L. P. Malone, Rev. Ed-
ward Clark and T. W Maher. The
El Reno team was composed of Mar-
vin McGee, Bennie Fugate and Wni
Hall. Norman debaters were George
Graham, Eiwin Anderson and Robert
Clark. Mary Beckham, Norman, ac-
companied tho Norman team here.
The debate was one of the Mid-
State scries, on the question, Re-
solved: That the CurtU Reed bill
for the establishment ot a Federal
department of education with a sec-
retary in the President's cabinet,
should be enacted.
Both teams did splendid work (n
handling this intricate question.
Dannehl, undivided 4-5 Interest In
4Vi SW*A Sect. 24, Twp. 14, Range
' Augusta A. Busch ot al. trustees, to
New State ieo Co., lots 12 to 16, Hlk.
142, El Reno, $1.00.
Eunice and A. L. Richardson to
Harry B. Miller, SW‘/* of lot 3, Rock
Island Ad.. El Reno. 2«i aeres, $1,000
W. H Station end wife to J. W.
Stockburgor. lots 5 and 6, Hlk. 21,
Lake View Ad.. El Reno, $1.00
John Roush and wife to H. A.
Coshy, lot 48. Hlk. 19, Fair Ar., El
A. J Ktvotl and wife to Levo P.
Powell, lots 9 and 10, Hlk. 3, Jensen
Ad.. El Reno, $800.
Alma Powell to Virginia II Col-
ley, lots 36 to 38, Blk. 7. Fair Ad
El Reno, $371 50.
A. F. Rlttwage to Olivo Oils Mere-
dith, lots 9 and 10. lilk. 8. Kulr Ad.
El Reno, $2,350.
J. W. Joy and wife to L. ('• Gml-
berrv, purl of lots 11 to 15 Inc., Blk.
107, El Reno. $l,oo».
M. W. AmstuU and wlfo to Titos.
Pains, lot 9 and part of lot 8, Blk
119, Lake Ad. Yukon, $1,800,
L. E. Day to Anna B. Day, undi-
vided one-half Interest in lot 5 and
S'.*, lot 4, Blk. 12, Hlckox Ad. Kl
P. J. Kune and wife to Dewey Craw-
ford. lots 21 and 22, Blk. 1, Spring
Garden Ad. El Reno. $300.
Max It Dull and wife to Homy
Kudy, SEV4 of NE'4 Beet. 4, Twp.
14, Range 10, 40 acres. $ 1.050.
Frank Coltharp and wife to 11 E.
Harrison, j»urt of lots 16 and 17, HH*.
14, Keiths Ad. El Reno, $1.00.
Mary K Smith to Nannie Lee Mor-
ris, lots 1 and 2, Blk. 10O, El Reno,
$5 00 and other consideration,
A defective flue caused a small
blaze In an Interurbau cur ut 7
o'clock Thursday morning. Damage
1 i J
/ 7 '
•* ' grass fin* alarm at i o’clock
Tuesday afternoon from 900 South
Choctaw, No damage wns reported,
-- - - —
COOKED FOOD SALE at the C*
nadian Store Saturday, auapicaa Flrit
Divia'on Altar Society.
The American Legion
Meeting Thursday Nite
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1928, newspaper, February 23, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909816/m1/1/: accessed May 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.