El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 27, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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after supper sale
Sec Window at FRYBERGER S
I wo big, fine IOWELS the 75c Quality, Pink and Blue borders,
fancy quality, AFTER SUPPER the pair
The Crestomathean Club will meet was cleverly used. Additional guests
Monday afternoon at the home of were, Mesdames T. A. .Mooned. C .1
Mrs. A. C. Gilbert when a social halt Sliultz, C. t'hikity, Warren Eagle, li.
hour will be enjoyed after an inter- J. Helper of Greensburg, Kansas and ^ KhW «S plice,'
A. Whimple, of Kingfisher, Okla.
esting program. Mmes. L. C. Collier,!.!
H. A. Dever, Chas Krumm and R. C.)
Huntington will assist the hoistess ia Miss Lena Allison entertained the
entertaining the guests. | Daisy Club yesterday afternoon. The
•> •> , Kirfe enjoyed a game of cards after
Adrice of Mother no Doubt Pr
vents Daughter's Untimely End.
keady, Ky.—" I was not iole to do
Inything for^nearly six months," writei
The Athenaeum Club will meet
Monday afternoon at
| a substitute nand.
Misk< Edna Kelly will entertain the
Matinee Girls Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. E. G.
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how i suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
, At last, my molher advised me to take
| Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thoughl
It was no use for I was nearly dead and
Larson, who has been i nothing seemed to do me any good. But
dainty refreshments were
Miss Verda Matthews played
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all ol my work and my owa
I think Cardui Is 'he best medicine is
j the world. My weight has increased,
} snd I look the picture of health. "
If you suffer from any of the ailment*
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
Dresmaking.^Halliburton store at Oklahoma City, today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped a
many thousands of other weak wou*
in the past 50 years.
At Ail drugjgjsigt
| the guest lor the paist week of Mr.
I and Mrs. J. T. Prince will return to-
v 1 morrow to her home in Dodge City,
Mrs. C. E. Bailey of Kansas City Iowa.
arrived Wednesday to take charge of j • ••
the designing and Instruction in the Miss Mary Paulsen, of the Scott-
Queen City College of
This college will be a great addition will spend the week-end with her ii ypu. f°r ,it iias helped
to El Reno and is under the manage.1 mother, Mrs. C. M. Paulsen, and fam-
ment of Mrs. Chas. Gillette, who is ily.
well known in this city, and Mrs.1 • •> ••
Bailey, who comes highly r«com« Mrs. M. Brady accompanied by
mended as an artistic designer and her children, Xaioma and Clarence,
an excellent instructor. Although went to Caldwell this morning to
the college has been established hers spend the week end with her parents.
for only a few weeks it aready has •>
a large class and promises to be a -Misses Lela I'Istc-, Lillian Waite.
great help to our ladies who desire Edith Clark and Viola Hayner are
RATES: Want Ads, 3 Lines 3 Times 3 Dimes. Legals, I'er Square 75c.
Professional Cards, Per Inch Per Month, $2.00
IF® ir He mi it
FOR RENT Modern five room ap-
artment. Gilmore Flats. Phone 711
L$ga! ilMrns I Professional Cards
FOR RENT — Modern furnished
room. Close in, 309 E. Wade. Phone
Ton0 5a k
7i> unclaimed suits. 150 extra
trousers at one-half price. Remem-
ber these clothes are all new and are
made from high grade goods, and
are all tailor made. .IOE LEVY, The
Pallor. 212 S Rock Island. 2-Gtf
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The G. I. A. CluD met yesterday
afternoon with Mrs. E. S. Cupp. Tile
house was attractive with Easter
decorations, yellow and white being1
used in the coor scheme. A guessing
contest resulted in the winning of a
handsome hand-painted plate by Mrs.
Warren Eagle. Dainty refreshments
were served in which the Easter idea
; Oklahoma City visitors today.
Like all other merchants,
the .leweler must see that
the ladies will be well groom-
ed for Easter Sunday.
You will be going to church,
and will, of course, have your
new Spring Hat and Suit to
show, and as everyone will be
watching you. you will also
want to show your new Easter
For your hats, we have
some beautiful Hat Pins.
For your suits, some swell
broaches, and for your ears
some of the very latest Ear
We also have some pretty
inexpensive gifts for your
friends. Call and see for
Watch for our Easter win-
HARM I ILLS
The Corner Jewelry Store
200 South Rock Island
hattan, Kansas where she will vusit
for a few days with her husband,
who is attending to business affairs
there, before going to Ancho, New
Mexico, to make an extended visit
with her son, Mr. Cf.ude Pitts and
Mrs. Ralph Brown, of Oklahoma
City wil arrive today to visit for a
few days with relatives in the city.
Mrs. Brown is enroute home from
Waukmis. Okla.. where she'has been
LESSONS IN DANCING
Six private lessons for $3.00
oilern steps taught.
RAY T. HATCHETT
u-kson Mall. Phone 6
GET READY FOR EASTER
Dig up that old last summer suit
and let us get it in shape for Easter.
We can make it look like new.
Cleaning. Pressing, Dying and Re-
pairing Call for our auto delivery.
Tnique Cleaning Co., Phone 132.
FARM FOR SALE—320 acres best
land in Greer county t miles south
of Granite on the C. R. I & P. Ry.,
2 miles west of Lugert on the Orient
railroad. 2'JO acres in cultivation, 3
sets improvements, 3 forties fenced
with hog wire. Rented. 125 acres
in wheat. Living water, 40 acres
Elm river bottom. Finest water in
state, ideal farm home, splendid
investment. Price $12,500, $2,500
cash, balance to suit. J. W. Ryder,
Care Demoncrat, El Reno, Okla. 20-tf
KOR SALE OR TRADE—160 acres,
10 miles East, four miles Bouth ot
Hobart. Will consider trade for all
or part. W. L., care Daily Democrat
or part. William Lake, Gotebo, Ok-
lahoma 20 tf.
720 N. Choctaw.
is always to be had here. In fact,
that's the only kind which can be
had. Ask your experienced neigh
bor. She knows and comes here for
all her meats. You'll display the
same good judgment by following
SALE ooine extra good dairy
, all breeds. Prices right, also
Short-Hern Hulls, Red Pole
llolsteiu Bulls and Heifers.
S. Ball, one half mile south oi
Phone :i2 2-13 tf
FOR SALE—The nearly new five
room modem residence at 815 South
Williams. $200 or $100 cash. Bal-
ance on monthly payments. Who>
wants it? Phone 202. Frank Meyer
111 East Woodson. 10-tf
DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER
Registration books for the city
election which will be held April 6,
will be open April 1st, 2nd and 3rd at
the following ptaces:
First Ward, A., Inspector,
Fortner, Cozy theatre.
First Ward, B., Inspector
Arlington, plumbing shop.
Second Ward, A., Charles Keith
Second Ward B, Joseph Reich-
THE KEITH ill
J. B. McCRARY Prop.
Phones 618-617 101 N. Choctaw
A big bunch of old papers, enough
to kindle fires for six months for
a paltrj dime, at the Democrat of-
h'.uropean Plan Hates: 75c to $1.50
(Ehr ^'luithrrit 3intri
H. C. Paulsen, Mgr.
Nice Suitr of Rooms at Reasonable Rales
Most I p-to-Date Lunch Counter in the City, Open at all Hours
Steam Heat Throughout Paulsen iif Schafer, Props.
art, carriage shop. ,
Third Ward, A., Earl Beebe,
Third Ward, B., Alva Williams,
Penner and Dale store.
Fourth Ward, A., T. W. Maher,
Daily Democrat office.
Fourth Ward, B., D. H. Stokei.
Don't forget that the voting
place in the 2nd ward. B, has been
changed from the Airdome to Reich-
ert's carriage shop, and that every
voter that has moved from one vot-
I.OST—Automobile crank, between
the North Canadian river and El Re-
no. Finder please leave at the Dem-
ocrat office. 23-25C
ing precinct to nnether must get a
transfer before April 4th. These
transfers can be obtained now by ap-
plication to any registration officer
FOR SALE Six room house at a
bargain. Must be moved off lot at
212 E. Russell. Call phone 492.
iFOR SALE Household goods, 611 S.
Ellison. Phone 781 R. 22-27c
NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of an order of sale issued
out of the District Court of Canadian
County, State of Oklahoma, on the
13th day of March 1915, in an ac-
tion wherein Mae Overstreet was
plaintiff and J. H. Brown was defen-
dant, directed to me. the undersign-
ed sheriff of Canadian County, com-
manding me to levy upon, appraise
and sell, the following described
property, situated in the County of
Canadian, State of Oklahoma, to-wit:
Lots Nos Twelve (12), Thirteen
(13), and Fourteen (14), in Blockj
Three (3), of Morrison'!! First Addi-
tion to the City of El Reno; to sat-j
isfy a judgment and decree of fore-j
closure in favor of said plaintiff,
and against said defendant, obtained)
and made in said Court on the 13tbj
day of March 191 j, for the sum of
$7IX.03, with interest thereon at the)
rate of Ten per cent, from the 13th j
day of Mar. 1915,until paid and the
sum of $02 for costs, including an at- j
torney fee ot $50, apd accruing costs; j
1 will on the I5tli day of April 191',
at the hour of 10 o'clcok a. in., ol !
said day, at the front door of the
Court House, in the City of 121 Reno,1
in said county and state, offer for
sa.e, and sell to the highest bidder
for cash, the said property above!
described, or so much thereof that]
nil. satisfy said judgment, with in-'
ttrest and costs.
Witness my hand this 13th day of|
.IASO.N A I. CLARK, sheriff.
JOHN W. CLARK,
Atty (or Plaintiff. 3-15 4-15
.It! 1-2 Kast Woodson
F. H. CLAKK
Physician and Surgeon
Office 108 1-2 S Hick ford
Office 23 PHONES Res 42M
F. T. Stackpole
t K A ' ESTATE, FARM LOANS
U'onn X Cit. Nat l Bank Bldg
TAKEN-CP One bay pony, branded
H. V on left hip, one eye out
Owner <-an have same by paying for
this ad. J. W. Vance, Phone 879.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the Creditors of Mary Rans-
The creditors of the above named
iipcedent are hereby notified that
the undersigned was. by the County
Court of Canadian County, Oklaho-
ma, appointed administrator of the
estate of said decedent, and that all
persons having o.aiinn against the
e tate of said decedent are required
to exhibit them to said undersigned
Charles Gillespie with the necessary
vouchers at the office of J. N. Rob-
crson, First National Bank building
in the city of El Reno within four
months from the date of the firsti
publication of this notice, to-wit: '
from the 13th day of March 1915
dated March 13, 1915.
CHARLES R GILLESPIE,
John. W. Clark
ATTORNEv - AT - LAW
Lamhe MuiUling, El Reno, Oklu
FA h M LOANS
We have plenty of money to
loan on good farms. We also
have one of the largest fire iu-
iiisuram e agencies in the state.
w. J. FINCH
Farm Loans and Ileal Estate
Fire and Tornado Insurance,
heeds, Mortgages, Contracts, etc
Prepared. Notary Public in of-
fit «• Phone 202 111 E. Wood-
son , El Reno, Oklahoma
FOR S\LE Pun
ft)'r hatching. fit
R. M. 55.
DON'T FOR OFT \<
>pen Apfil 1. 2 and ~
White Flock Eggs
lor 15. Call
WOMEN -Make $r, to 936 weekly
sel ing guaranteed hosiery. Exper-
ience unnecessary. Part or full
tinu Pair of beautiful silk hos<
free to first person accepting agency
in .« i town Write International
Mills, or,2 Chestnut, Philadelphia,
Pa. 3-19-tf 3.
futh PrU Klnt
the lots, pieces and parcels of land,
situated, lying and being in the
County of Canadian State of Okla-
homa, bounded and described as fol-
lows, free clear and discharged of
i all liens or any mortgage placed
thereon during the period of admin-
I istration of said estate, to-wit
The North Half (1-2) of Lots 1
and 2 of the Northeast % of Section
4. Township 10, North of Range &
West of the I. M., containing 8-)
The Southwest V* of the South-
west % of Section 34, Township II
\orth of Range 5 West of the I. M.
The Southwest 'i of Section 3,
The First National Bank
El Reno, Oklahoma
CONSKR V ATI V K PROGRESS! V E
In its management. In its policy
OBLIGING and ATTENTIVE
In its service.
EAPTER RABBITS. Belgian Hare*
for sale at .lones Drug Store, $] and
ME KERFOOT HOTEL
I I KOI'l \\ I'l \N
Haniel I'ehde. of Wichita, Kansaa.
will he here all week at H20 E Wade
Phone 156. 23-27p
ABBOTT & MCL ;AN, ■ <"
Noonda\ Dinner, 35c
NOTICE OF SAIjK OF REAL
Notice is hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of the County
Court of Oklahoma County, State of
Oklahoma, made on the 25th day of
March, A. D., 1915, in the matter of
the estate of Charles G. Jones, de- J
ceased, the undersigned, as admin
istrator of the estate of the said
Charles O. Jones, deceased, will sell I
at private sale upon sealed bids to!
the highest bidder, for cash in hand. 1
i , .j i 11 i i Township 10, North of Range 5 West
bids to be re<eived ;ii Ine office ^ •*
of the Clerk of the County Court, ol iof the 1 M-:
Oklahoma County, in Oklahoma Cit) The Northw
| Township 10,
The Southeast '4 of Section o,
Township 10, North of Range 5 West
Oklahoma, or at the law offices of
Burwell, Crockett & Johnson, 418 Lee
Ruilding, in the City of Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma County, State of Ok-
• m i. subj *« t to the confirmation
of the court, on or after and within
six months from the 10th day of
April, A D., 191H, all of the right
title and interest that the said estate
of the said Charles G. Jones hap, |
;tnd of which he died seized at the
time of his death, and all the right,
title and interest that the said estate
has by operation of law, or other-1
at *4 or Section 3,
ortli of Range 5 West
of the I. M.;
The Southeast *4 <
Township 11, Range
Weft of the
wine acquired, in, to and upon all • 3-26—4-S.
Dated this 2" th day ot March 1913
Ndministrator of the estate of
Charlee G. Jones. Deceased.
Burwell. Crockett & Johnson
Attorneys for Administrator
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Ryder, J. W. El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 27, 1915, newspaper, March 27, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91095/m1/3/: accessed December 10, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.