The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1928 Page: 3 of 4
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THURSDAY. FEB. 23. 1*2*.
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
“The voice is essential to stage work and its care one of the
actor’s greatest worries. During the course of some of my
stage appearances, I am called upon at intervals to smoke
a cigarette and naturally I have to he careful about my
choice. 1 smoke Lucky Strikes and have yet to feel the
slightest effect upon my throat. I understand that toast-
ing frees this cigarette from any throat irritants.
They’re 100* with ^
Judge to Inspect said real property and
consider the Injury. If any. which you. as
the owners thereof, may sustain by rea-
son of such public State highway, and
by reason of such appropriation of Ha'*
land, for such purposes; at which tilts*
Jrou may be present If you so desire.
STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
Edwin Dabney, Attorney General,
Ralph Q. Thompson. Assistant
CMUDUII COUNTY COOMM NSS’N.
Phones 13 and 14 J. B. Gibson, Mgr.
101 South Rock Island Street
Special for Friday — Saturday
“QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS"
Honest Abe •
2-lb. Pkg. 20c
No. 2 Stand-
Irish Cobbler, Bliss-Triumph, and Ohio
Red, Yellow and White Onion Sets
Seed Potatoes, per bushel__________________$1.65
Two bushel sack lots Seed Potatoes_________$3.20
Chamberlain’s Chick Starter and Developer
AH In One
Pure Pork Sausage, lb 15c Boneless Codfish, 1-lb.
Large Wieners, lb____20c pkg.____________40c
Boneless Bf. Roast 17 l-2c
Shoulder Beef St. 17 l-2c
Rib Veal Chops, lb._ 22c
Salt White Fish, 5-lb.
Holland Herring, 9-lb.
Best Beef Rib Boil __ 15c prices for Saturday.
Smoked bloaters, 3
for _ __ __________ 25c
Boneless Herring, lb. 40c
We have 2000 lbs. North-
ern Sugar Cured Bacon &
Picnic Hams — Special
Full tite ears
of tender, dt-
Just take a b.'e
mto those big
Be Independent With
There is genuine satisfaction in a home garden
when it produces a good crop of your favorite
vegetables. The real test of vegetable seed is the
crop it produces. We are proud of the uniformly
fine crops which have been rai^d in this locality
from Northrup, King Co.'s Seeds.
At Your Dealers
All of the
The Social Realm
(Continued from Page 1.)
The second of a series ot enter-
tainment given by the choir of the
First Christian church was enjoyed
Wednesday evening in the basement
of the church.
The chairman of the committee.
Miss Katherine Stearns, was ably as-
sisted by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bross,
Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. Wm. Matthes,
Mrs. Chas. Krumm, Mrs. Orthello
Noah, Mrs. Gunn, Miss Evelyn Moore,
Ben Lord, H. G. Powell and Harry
Washington’s birthday was duly ob-
served when the Idea was carried out
in all decorations, games and also in
the lovely refreshments which were
served at the close of the delightful
Previous to the social hour tne
choir had its regular rehearsal and
began work on the Faster cantata
at this time.
During a children’s contest, David
Morrison received lho prize.
(■nests Included ull choir members
and their families, there being about
65 In attendance,
• • •
Talk A Bit
Mrs. Carl Lyons, 1021 South Ma-
comb, will he hOHtess to the Talk A
lilt club tlilH evening.
The Jolly Dozen club met yesterday
with Mrs. H. F. McGee. 727 South
Patriotic colors attractively deco-
rated the rooms and also appeared In
the dainty lunch. George Washing-
ton hats and bonbon boxes filled with
candy were given as favors.
Duri.ig the business meeting Mrs.
S. E. Padberg was reported 111 and
ariangements were made for the club
to send her flowers.
A Washington contest was enjoyed
in which prizes went to Mrs. Floy
Hughes and Mrs. Dell Adkins, after
which Mrs. W. H. Entrekln and Mrs.
B. J. Showen divided honors in the
The next meeting will be Wednes-
day, March 7, with Mrs. Hughes.
• • •
For Mrs. Ozmun
Complimentary to Mrs. Joe Ozmun,
Miss Ann MacSwain, 120 South Rob-
erts entertained with a prettily ap-
pointed bridge party Wednesday eve-
At the close of the game in which
high score was received by Mildred
Bullock and Lucille Murphy, the
hostess was assisted by Virginia
Thom In serving a dainty lunch in
which a pink and white color note
was attractively observed.
(Publish Feb. 23, March 1, 8. 15, 22)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF CANA-
DIAN COUNTY. OKLAHOMA
State of Oklahoma ex rel Edwin Dabney,
Attorney General, PLIntlff,
Alvina Schroeder, Henry Kchroeder,
Lydia Schroeder, Fred Wojahn, Alvina
Wojahn, John Uomhoff, Dora Bomhoff,
D. F. Wegener, Bertha Wegener, Min-
nie Schroeder, H. C. Schroeder, otto
Schroeder, Maltndn Schroeaer, C. W.
NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA. TO THE
Yon *re hereby notified that the State
Highv / Commission of the State of
Oklaie—.a. under and by virtue of the
laws the State of Oklahoma, in the
name of the State of Oklahoma, as plain-
tiff in the above entitled cause, nas lo-
cated a public State highway upon the
following described real estate, to-wlt:
A ..ip, piece or parcel of land lying
In the SWVt of Section 5, T It N. R
7 W., in Canadian County, Oklahoma.
Said parcel of land being a right-of-
way 2<>0 feet In width, 1 Ou feet on either
side of the center line of the survey for
Oklahoma Federal Aid Project No. 161.
Said parcel of land being further de-
scribed by Its center line us follows:
Beginning at a point on the north line
of said SW>4, approximately 459 feet
east of the west Une of said SWU.
station 284.32. thence S 53“29'E, a dis-
tance of 66S feet, thence said parcel of
land being 80 feet In width, 40 feet on
either side of said center line, extending
S 53'2»'E, a distance of 789.2 feet,
thence southcasteny on a curve to the
right, having a radius of 2864.9 feet, a
distance of 1328.3 feet, thence S26',55,E,
a distance of 433.4 feet to a point on the
east line of said SWU, 373 feet north
of the south line of said SWU, Station
60-1-51 of said survey. Containing 7.75
acres, more or less.
And that having been unable to pro-
cure the right-of-way from you by pri-
vate purchase, and you having refused
to grant to the said plaintiff. State High-
way Commission, the said premises or
your Interest therein, (or such right-of-
way. the plaintiff will, on the 31st day
of March, 1928. at the hour of 10:00
A. M., or as soon thereafter as counsel
he heard, make application to the Hon-
orable Lucius Babcock, Judge of the
District Court of Canadian County, Ok-
lahoma. at his chambers In the court
house at El Reno, Oklahoma, for an
Order appointing three disinterested
free holders of said county as commis-
sioners who shall he selected by said
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“Buying tobacco for Lucky
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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/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.