The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 23, 1928 Page: 4 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
THURSDAY, FEB. 23, ’928
PECANS, Chinese elm, fruit#. tthrubs
and roses; everything needed o
make your home beautiful and fruit-
ful; not cheapest, but the best; cata-
logue and planting Instruction book
on request Jim Parker, nursery-
man, Tecumseh, Okln.____
FOR SALE: Native lumber. First
class dimension lumber $26 thou*-
and; 2nd class $20 thousand Chill
Saw Mill on Ed Blake farm 3 miles
north, 4 east and 1 VSt back south-
Bring us your lumber bill—we can
save you money.
FOR SALE: Household goods. Phone
828-J. 1317 South Jensen.
OWNER HERE FROM MEXICO
TO sell 5 rooms, two porches. Karaite.
hen house, coal house, 4 in1*.1-
West London. Drive out and look it
over. Make your own price and
terms. Best offer gets it Saturday.
Mr. Castor, Kerfoot Hotel._ _
EAST SIDE HATCHERY
CUSTOM hatch 3Vic per egg. Live
chicks 6c apiece. Orders b00^
for day old chicks, 12Vfcc apiece. 805
South Mitchell SL. Phone 688-J._
When Chess Was Put
Under Churehly Ban
As to bow chess was Introduced
Into western und central Europe little
Is really known, und still less about
Us advent Into this country. Some
say that chess was brought Into Eu-
rope at the time of the Crusades, the
theory being that Cbristlun warriors
learned to piny It at Constantinople,
but this has heen disproved.
More probable It Is thnt the Spun
lards received the game front their
Moslem conquerors, who hud learned
It front the Persians, who In their
turn had been Initiated Into It by the
Hindus, while the Italians acquired
chess from the Byzantines.
It seems tltut chess was known In
Italy before the first Crusade, for
there Is extant, says Colonel Whitten,
In the Nineteenth Century, n curious
letter front the cardinal archbishop of
Ostia to Pope Alexander II, written
about 1001, bearing on the game.
The cardinal had Imposed a pen-
ance on a bishop whom he had found
diverting himself with chess, and In
his letter to the pope the cardinal
quotes the language of reproof he
had used to his erring subordinate:
"Was It right, I say, and consistent
with thy duties, to sport nwny thy
evenings amidst the vnnltles of chess
und defile the hnnd which offers up
the body of the Lord, and the tongue
which mediates between Cod and
man, with the pollution of this sacri-
A real wedding, in fact three real
weddings are promised in “Stop
Thief." Be sure and find out who
the lucky boys are by seeing "Stop
Always Stiff and
Too Often This Warns of
Sluggish Kidney Action.
T AME? Stiff? Achy? Sure your
Li kidneys are working right? Slug-
gish kidneys allow waste poiaoiu to
remain in the blood and make one
languid, tired and achy, with often
dull headaches, dizziness and nagging
backache. A Common warning is
tcanty or burning secretions.
Doan's Pills, a stimulant diuretic,
increase the secretion of the kidneys
end thus aid in the elimination ot
bodily waste. Users everywhere en-
dorse Doans. Ask your neighborI
Often checked with
one application of
Vicks. Just rub on
throat and chest
Over t?Million Jars Usio Yurlt
Before Baby Come
IVL i. a comfort to ex-
Why suffer with _
WANTED: Thirty dozen Whlto
Rock egg# for netting. Pay 10c
above market price. 805 South
Mitchell. Phono 588-J.__
Today Thru Saturday
The Show You All Know
"DUBINSKY BROS. STOCK CO.’
Entire change of play* daily
Big Feature Play
-WE'RE IN THE ARMY NOW”
-HOOK AND LADDER NO. 9'
Picture 7 o’clock—Curtain 8:15
Last Times Tonight
Marlon Davies in
"TRAIL OF THE TIGER”
Tomorrow and Saturday
Tom Tyler and Hla Pale in
-FLYING U RANCH”
A Paramount Super Special
Reason for Webster’s
Preference for Blue
Daniel Webster went to Dartmouth
college In r homespun suit, of which
probably every thread wns carded,
spun and woven by his motiier’a hnnds
from the wool of their own sheep.
It was a dyed-ln-the-wool suit nnd thr
color wus Indigo blue.
In the South butternut wns used,
but though the Yankee dames kuew
all about the uses of butternut bark,
and the slate color thnt Iny In the
sumach berries and bark of white
maple, and were not unacquainted
with the various dyes thnt could he
made to yield through the agency of
vitriol nnd alum and copperas to
“set” them fast, the universal stand-
by In New Englnnd wa# the dye pot,
par excellence, that stood In the chim-
ney corner of every kitchen In thnt
So Webster was fitted out in indigo
blue from collar to ankle. Before
reaching Hanover there came on a
drenching rain. The suit held Its own,
but it parted with enough dye to tinge
Daniel blue from head to foot.
Webster had a liberal stratum of
sentiment In Ills mental make-up. and
for some reason tho color of his young
manhood remained his fuvorlt® wear
through life. He wore blue coats to
hla dying day. If any one ever saw
, him in one of a different color the
fact has not been made of record.
ASTIMULANT DIURETIC A?. KIDNEYS
fb»t*r Milburn Co MlgChenv Buffalo. NY
pectant mothers. Exter-
nally applied it relieves
prenatal diitreaa by re-
taxing tight tissnea nnd muades.
And it is so soothing. Its daily use
makes the skin soft and pliable.
•‘I was In labor only 25 minutes with my
last child, but suffered agonies with three
Friend" should be used. All drug stores
tell Mother's Friend. Begin now mnd you
wiU realise the wisdom of doing so as
the weeks roll by!
Booklet on Things to Know Before
Baby Comes sent on request. One copy
is yours, /rca. Write for it NOW.
Bndfitld RcsuUtor Cs.. Dtpt. 14, AtlinU, G».
You know it canno*
be nibbed away
A RE you one of tho3e unfortu-
aY nates who suffer with pains in
your muscles and joints, commonly
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You may have tried many things
without relief. Why not try S.S.S.7
For more than 100 years S.S.S.
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a good many years. At times my
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Went to Hot Springs ... . then
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add that I have tried all kinds of
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S.S.S. is extracted from the fresh
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All drug stores sell S.S.S.
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Last Times Tonight
Tomorrow and Saturday
Buffalo Bill In
"THE BALLYHOO BUSTER"
Sunday. Monday, Tuesday
"My knees and ankles were so
swollen I looked deformed. And the
-- pain was unbeara-
ble. Every move was
agony. When a
friend employee sug-
gested ‘St Jacob s
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immediate relief and
soon the terrible
soreness and swell-
ing had completely
Nothing draws out
the pains of sore
_ _ muscles and nervea
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23, AJnrch 1)
COURT OK CANA-
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STATE OK OKLAHOMA.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
W. D. Wnril ................ 1’lalntlff
I.ucy C. Ward ......... Defendant
NOTICE OY PUBLICATION
StaU- of Oklahoma to i.ucy C.
Taka notice that you have hern »'>.*u
In the above named court by raid plain-
tiff, for dlverco and property, on the
tirountU of grot* nifliot of »luty, ®nd
abandonment nnd you wild defendant,
munt anewer th* petition filed herein by
said plaintiff on or before the 22nd day
:.f March. 192*. or »nld petition will be
taken ai true, and Judgment for i*nld
plaintiff will bn rendered accordingly.
Dated thin tilh day of February, 192*
(SEAL) Court Clnrk.
Oacar Slmpaon, attorney for Plaintiff.
- ■ - ■ S
(Publish Feb. It. March 1 V 15)
NOTICE TO ETOCK HOLDER* OF
MUSTANG TELEPHONE COMPANY,
Notice hereby given that A 8PK'TAL
MEETING of the Stockholder* of the
‘•"STAND Telephone Co., hen b«en
hv the officer* and tho»e author-
(Publish Feb. 23. March L *, 1928.)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Cane No. 7967
The State of Oklahoma to Wlnne *:
Wlnne, A co-partnership. composed of
Scott E. Wlnne and Jacob O. Wlnne,
Scott E. Wlnne; Jacob G. Wlnne. if liv-
ing. or If dead, hln unknown Helm. Ex-
ecutors. Administrators, Devisees. Trus-
tees und Aaxigns; the Heim. Executor*.
Administrators. Devisees. Trustees and
Assigns, immediate and remote, of Rob-
ert C. Higdon, deceased, nnd the Heirs.
Executors, Administrators, Devisees.
Trustees nnd Assigns, immediate and re-
mote. of Buffalo Chips, deceased:
You and each of you, a.o hereby no-
tified that you have been sued in the
District Court of Canadian County. State
of Oklahoma. In an action wherein
Marv H Higdon. I,awr*nc* h. Higdon.
Margaret E. Grellner. Mary L. Helnen,
ami Mildred E. Hufnagel are plaintiffs,
and you. and each of you. are defend-
ants. and that you must answer the pe-
tition therein filed, on or before the
5th day of April. 192*. or said petition
will be taken ns true and Judgment for-
ever quieting plaintiff*’ title in and to
Southeast Quarter (»E\4) of 8‘®'
tlon Twenty-Six (26), Township
Fourteen (ID North, of Range Nine
(9). W. I. M.,
and decreeing the cancellation of a cer-
tain mortgage executed t> Robert C.
Higdon and Mary K. Higdon to the firm
• of Wlnne A- Wlnne, bearing date of
• February ID, 1907, and recorded In the
I office of the County Clerk of Canadian
i County, Oklahoma. In Hook 37. at Page
' 127; and adjudging Coyote to bo the
sole heir at law of Buffalo Chips, de-
ceased. and the only person who took,
or wns entitled to take, the above de-
scribed real nropertv under the laws of
succession of the Territory and State
of Oklahoma, and that he succeeded to
al! of the right, title and estate of the
said Buffalo Chip* therein, and adjudg-
ing Mary K. Higdon, Lawreno® E. Hig-
don. Margaret E. Grellner, Mary L
Helnen. and Mildred K. Hufnagel to be
all of the heirs ut law of Robert
Higdon, deceased, unit nil of the persons
who took, or were entitled to take, the
above described real property, under
the luws of succession of the State of
Oklahoma, as heirs at law of said Rob-
ert C. Higdon, deceased, and determin-
ing the proportionate part each took
therein, and forever barring and exclud-
ing you, and each of you. of und from
all right, title. Interest or estate In such
real property, and adjudging plaintiffs
to be the sole owners thereof, will bo
Dated at El Reno, Oklahoma, this 23rd
day of February, 192*.
(SEAL) Court Clerk.
By Lein Boyd, Deputy.
J. L. Trevathan, Attorney for Plaintiffs.
IS TSRsCtSKfrv.-iT*« or
In the matter of the Estate of Mar>
E. KBvell. Decayed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
Marv K. Dwell, deceased, are required
to present the same with the necessary
vouchers, to the undersigned Executor,
at his residence, to-wlt: Six and one-
half miles southwest of Calumet, Okla-
homa. otherwise described as the NE .
of Sec. 26, Township 13. North of Range
10. W. 1. M.. Canadian County. Okla-
homa. within four months of the date
hereof or the same will he forever barred
Du ted tills 23rd day of February, 19-K.
DANA G. ELWEEL.
H. L. Kogg, Attorney for Executor.
A TTEND our cooking demon-
£i. stration and see how easy it is
to achieve perfect baking when
you use a Quick Meal Gas Range
with Lorain Red Wheel.
Taste a “Lorain Whole Meal"
cooked in the oven for hours with-
(Spaa for Demonstration Time)
OVEN HEAT RKGUIATOR
to do ao. to ba bald at Mustang
Jwure Co Store. Mustang. Oklaho-
2 p. March 24. 1821 for th* pur-
pose of selling all slock and equipment
of th* said Mustang Telephone Com •any.
All stockholder* aro notified to he pr**-
*MU8TANG TELEPHONE COMPANY.
My R. L. Bowl war*. President,
By c. ft Tounj, secretary.
Ttv O. W. Bennett. Vlo* Pr**.,
t«y W C. SI organ. Dimeter.
Uy H. F. Payne, Direct*.
(Pub. Feb, 23. March 1.)
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CANA-
DIAN COUNTY, STATE OK OKI.AHO-
In Ihe matter of the Estate of Louts
Frank Grove, Deceused.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the Creditor* ut Louis Frank Grove,
The creditor* of the above-named de-
cedent ar* hereby notified that the un-
dersigned was. by th* County Court of
Canadian County, Oklahoma, appointed
Admlnlstraior of the estate of su'd d<
cedent, and that all persons 1 xvtng
claims against the estate of said de-
cedent are required to exhibit them to
SAld understgnod Wlllla C drove with
the neceosarv vouchers, at my office
at 320 South Choctaw Ave, Et Reno.
Oklahoma, or with the County Jnrtre of
Canadian County, at th* Court Hous*.
at El R«nu, Oklahoma, within four
months from the dat* of the first pub-
lication of thl* noth*. to-w|t: from the
23rd day of February. 192S, or tho same
will he forever barred
Dated Kebruarv Vlvd. 19!».
WILLIS C. GROVE,
Roberson and Roberson, attorney* for
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.