El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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V CALENDAR OP THE WEEK •:
•> TUBS DAY
❖ Matinee Girte, Mrs. Harry *
❖ T. B. A. Girls, Miss Paula
❖ Capitol Hill Girls, Miss Etta ❖
❖ Valley, ...
❖ Laf-A-Lot Hub, Miss Lett a 10b- *
❖ tes. ...
E. O. Sisterhood, Mrs, D. ❖
❖ B. Burke.
•> Priscilla Embroidery Club, Mrs •>
❖ K. F. Jones.
❖ Dinner-dance, Mr. Bard well ❖
❖ Blake. ...
❖ Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. •>
❖ T. 11. Beacom.
❖ u. 0. S. S. Girls, Miss Mary *5
❖ Apezzi Club, Miss I.elu Saut-
❖ THURSDAY *
Elite Club, Mrs. El'is Will- <•
❖ Kensington Club, Mrs. Glad- •>
❖ nor Barnbard. +
v Beethoven (Tub program, high
❖ schorl auditorium.
ERI DA Y •>
•> I-allies Golf Club, Country *
❖ Club ^
❖ Daisy Club.
❖ Pour Leaf Clover Club.
You Can Enjoy Life
tat what you want and not be troubled
with indigestion if you will take a
before and after each meal. Sold only
by us—25c a box.
Jone* Drug Co.
Airs. .1. VV. Ryder of the Democrat;
Mayor and Mrs. 1'. p. Duffy, yIiss
l.ou llatchett, Messrs M. H. Morrisou
Jr., and Mr. W. P. McDowell.
At the re-organization of the city
school board lasl evening, Prof. C.
M. f.ieb entertained the incoming
and out-going members with a seven
°(lo<k d'mer in the domestic
science rooms of the high school.
1 be table was beautifully decorated
with carnations and roses and cov-
ers were laid for ten. Miss Springer'.,
domestic science clans served an ele-
£unt four course dinner
The Frederick W. Clark Music Co.
will give a musical at the high
si boo I auditorium this evening. This
ompany is enroute to the Panama-
Paciflc Exposition in a touring car
and giving entertainments at the
Mrs. Bruce i*an<lersf of Enid, has
been visiting with Mrs. Anstine and
Mrs. Kralt for the past few days.
Mrs. J. Q. Matthews left for Alva
this morning for a visit.
Mr. McNeal passed through here
this morning enroute to Pocassett on
J. O'Neal is in town today.
Mr. Wheatley, of Fort Worth is
in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Humphrey left
'hi® morning for a month's vacation
trip to include a visit to Honolulu,
and other ocean points. Returning
they will spend a week at tile Pan-
ama Pacific Exposition at San Fran,
Mrs. P. 11. Myers of Enid is the
guest ot Mrs. William Walter of the
Mrs Norman Chamberlain of AI
toona, Oklahoma is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Townsend. She ac-
companied her daughter here for an
operation at the sanitarium.
*> .;. .;.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Copley left
yesterday for a month's outing at
.Corpus Christi, Texas.
* •> •>
Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. Smith wers
the guests yesterday of Mr. and
Mrs. Silas Keeper at Oklahoma City
A number of El Reno people will
attend the Twenty-fourth Annual
ll'ress Association meeting at Guthrie
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this
week. Guthrie being centrally lo-
cated it is estimated that fully five
hundred editors and their families
will attend the meeting. An excell-
ent program has been prepared, in-
cluding receptions musicals, tango
teas and other entertainments by the
Guthrie people. On Sunday a spe-
cial train will convey the visitors to
Stillwater where they will he the
guests of the city and the A. & M.
College, returning to Guthrie at six
o'clock dinner in the domestic
tending from El Reno are Mr. E S
Bronson, secretary-treasurer of the
association, Mrs. T. .1. Canavan,
Miss Lura Cook and Mr. N. A.
Nichols of the American Mr and
Crestomathean Club met yes-
terday with Mrs. Earnest Ewing.
The lesson "Interval Between Old
and New Testaments;' was led by
Mrs. Walter Hyde Martin. Mrs. E.
A l.iebmann gave an interesting
paper, "Biographical Sketch of Cy-
ries, the Great." after which a social
b lf hour was enjoyed In a guessing
contest Mrs H A Dever won the
lavor A delicious two course pink
'nd white luncheon was served. The
hostess was assisted by Mrs H E
Merchant ami Mrs. II. E. Schafer
Hits closed their meetings for the
w. E. Denver of Amurillo is in the
city to lay.
NV. J Williamson of J .aw ton is in
town on business.
Fred Rippon is at the hotel while
Ills wife is away on a visit.
RAIES: H ant Ads, 3 Lines 3 Times 3,Dimes. Legals, Per Square 75c.
Professional Cards, J'er Inch^l'er Month, $2.00
SOLICITORS WANTED Grand Un-
ion Tea and Coffee Company, 221 S.
liock Island. 3-4-5-p
FOR RENT Nice clean, modern 5
room house, Gil E. Russell. Phone
FOR RENT -Modern five room up
artment Gilmore Flats Pbone 711
C. E. Bradley
of Geary is in El
Prof. II. P. Henry
(>n school business.
is out of town
Mr. Pat Carney is here from West
Virginia, visiting relatives and
friends for a few days.
M). John .1. Hardin, or Browns-
ville, Texas, is a business visitor here
The air.lomu is being repaired and
"ill be open soon.
Air. T, .1. Rasp and Mr n W.
Flannigan will attend the state con-
vention of the Knights of Columbus
at Oklahoma City this week.
Miss Louise and Helen Gerrer
who spent the week end in Oklaho-
ma City returned home last night.
■ Dr. W. S It tinkle and wife, of
Washington. Kansas, are visiting
their son. Dr. R. F. Rankle, this
Casper Edwards of Oklahoma City
was in town yesterday on business
'udge Forrest is in Kingfisher to-
day on legal business.
E. A. Sharp of Oklahoma City
i town yesterday on business.
The Southwestern Iron p.nd Metal
Co.. are making some extensive im
provements on their office.
L. T. Samuelson, John Keller and
I'rank O Toole of Calumet, were in
town yesterday on business
R. B. Yadon made a business trip
to Hinton to.lay.
FOR RENT Moderu light front
nouse keeping rooms at 105 South
Choctaw, l'roue 424. 30-tfc
FOR RENT Nicely furuished mod-
em rooms for housekeeping, 401 S.
Geo. E. Davidson and daughter,
Mliss Fern, of Calumet are spending
the day with Dexter Davidson
A. J. Furgerson, of Oklahoma City
was an El Reno visitor yesterday.
J. R. Sihultz spent yesterday in
Oklahoma City looking after bust
II Hathaway of Mountain
in Ibe city yesterday.
CHANDLER, OKLA., WOMAN
TELLS OF ILLNESS
Mrs. Mary Bray of Chandler, Okla*
suffered for years with stomach and
liver troubles. She tried all kinds of
treatments and medicines in vain.
At last she came upon Mayr's Won-
derful Remedy and got immediate re-
sults. Part of her letter is given here:
"1 have been sick with gall stone*
for over three years. I must say that
your wonderful stomach remedy com-
pletely cured me.
"I took all kinds of medicine, but
got no relief. 1 bad heart trouble and
malaria so bad that I thought I would
have to change climate. I took all
kinds of pills and &ot EO relief and I
suffered agony. I saw your advertise-
ment in the paper and sent for s
bottle. I must say that I am well. I
have gained In weight and look and
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per-
manent results for stomach, liver and
intestinal ailments. Eat as much and
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get one
bottle of your druggist now and try it
on an absolute guarantee—If not satis-
factory money will be returned.
Rev T. .1. h. Taggart and wife,
were in the city yesterday. Rev.
Taggart was formerly pastor of the
M E. Church of this city.
Fred Funla is in Granite this week
surveying a spur from the Rock Is-
land main line to the n I. a Pries- and
W. H. Swatzel of Parsons, Kausas,
was a business visitor yesterday.
Bill Penwright is cutting the first
191 Ti crop of alfalfa reported in the
county, The crop is on the old
The new Christian church will be
dedicated Sunday. The first sermon
will be preached by Rev. Geo. L.
Snively, of Lewiston 111.
Marion Elkins of the Grand Union
Tea and Coffee Co.. is in Yukon to-
day on business.
W. M. Belwood made a business
trip to Enid yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Norton. 502 South
Roberts, had as dinner guests last
evening, Miss Sallie Ben Hudson, of
Trenton, Mo., and Messrs Bronson
TRV A WANT AM
61 fyno theatre
If Your Hair is Falling Out
e know of no better remedy than
A preparation which we gludly retoui-
ttACiui u> you. 60c. a bottle.
JonM Oruf C«. . _
The first 15(1 paid ad-
missions tonight only,
get a ticket good for a 5c drink of Orange Julep at the
hi Reno Bakery.
Keystone Comedy, Special Production in two acts, en-
titled "GUSSLK RIVALS JONAH."
"ROSE LEAN ES"—A love drama. Reliance.
"NO Ol AR I ER —A Comedy Drama, featuring Vir-
ginia kirtley and Webster Campbell, Beauty film.
Helen Holmes, in "THE BOX CAR TRAMP," an ep-
isode in 'The Hazards of Helen' series
" I HE LAI)^ KILLER —Selig Comedy Drama
"THE FABLE OF THE NIGHT GIVEN OVER TO
REN ELR1 —Essanay Comedy.
Winifred Greenwood and Ed. Coxen in " WIFE
WAN FED, " American Drama.
Sc and 10c
I'A It.M KOK SALE—320 acres beat
laud in Greer county ( inllwi *uaU
^f Granite on the C. R. 1. & P. Ry„
- miles wosl of Lugert ou the Orient
railroad 290 acres in cultivation, 3
sets improvements, 3 forties fenced
with hog wire. Rented. 125 acres
iu wheat. Living water, 40 acres
Elm river bottom Finest water iu.
state. Idea! farm home, splendid
investment. Price *12,600, $2,600
cash, balance to suit. J. W. Ryder
Dare Uemoncrat, El Reno, Okla. 20-t
FOR SALE—LotB 4 and
155, El Reno. Lots are fenced and
set 'to trees. Price $3'JO.OO if taken
at once. Terms if wanted. Col.
Geo. Wellrenberg, Dover. Okla,
X THE COUNTY COURT OF CAN
A 1)1 AN COUNTY STATE
Notice is hereby given that K. 1)
Alger, the duly appointed and ijuul
lied Executor of the last will and
estaiueiit ol heill it. Algei, decease
has rendered and presented lor set
lenient and filed iu said court h
liuai account and report of his ail
ministration as such executor aim
praying for distribution of the bal
anee remaining in his bauds an 1
that he lie discharged as such ad
luinlstriitor, and said estate being
now ready lor distribution.
And that Monday, the lotli day
of May( 1915, at the hour of lu
•lock a. ui., of said day, at the
County Court Room in the City ol'
El Reno, in sai.l County, has been
duly appointed by said Court for the
settlement of said acount, at which
time and place any and all persons
Interested in said estate may ap-
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why said account should not
be approved and distribution made
as prayed for.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed
the seal of said court this 1,9th day
of April, 1915.
R. H FORREST
(SEAL) County .ludge
Polling place First Ward Precinct
A" ait the ofice of E. O. Hamilton.
Judges, A. B. Fortner and George D.
Haworth; Clerks, T. J. Hadley and
A. M. Thompson.
First Ward Precinct "B" at the
Anstine Hotel. Judges, J. G. Ar-
lington and Lewis Ray; Clerks, Thos
Jensen and Lucius Bubcock.
Second Ward, Precinct "A" at the
County Court House. Judges, Chas.
Keith and A. W. Bridges; Clerks,
Sherman Nell and John Kossuth
Second Ward, Precinct "B" at Joe
Reichert'• Carriage Shop. Judges,
Jos. Reichert and Otto Sawalilach;
Clerks, J. L. Workman and C G.
Third Ward, Precinct "A" at the
Cll> Hall. Judges, John V. Koogle
and James Salmon; Clerks Earl
lieebe and N. A. McLean. '
'Ihird Ward, Precinct "B" t the
olflce ol (the K1 Reno Lumber Com-
pany. Judges, G. W. White and H.
Whereas^ On the 2Gth day of
| March, 1 9 15, the Board of Comniis-
| sioners of the City of El Reno, Okla-
— j ho ma, by Ordinance No 650, and
FOR SALE OK TRADE—160 acres. 1 on the 2Qth day of April 1915, by Or-
!0 miles East, four miles south of J dinance Number 652, declared the
Hobart. Will consider trade far Ml necessity of constructing public sew-
William Lake. Goteuo, Ok
FOR SALE The nearly new five
room modem residence at 815 South
Williams J2U0 or $100 cash. Bal-
ance on mouthly paymeute. Who
wants it? Plume 202. frank Meyer
111 East Woodson. lo
Thursday, Chas. Chaplin in "BY THE SEA"
Tuesday, May II, the biggest and best Amateur produc-
tion ever offered, The Oklahoma State University—35
people in a high class musical and singing show. Watch
j this ad, for big program. No reserve semi— 10 and 25c
Ill the District Court ot (.lie State ol
Oklahoma in and for Oklahoma
County on Transcript to Cana-
dian County, Oklahoma.
toy G. Blakey, Plaintiff.
I lionias Tbieson, liefendaut.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notice is hereby given that iu pur-
suance ot an execution Issued out of
lie District Court of Oklahoma
"iiiity, Stnt*1 of Uhlabuuia, ou the
tub day ol March, 1915, In an ac-
ion wherein Roy G. Blakey was
plaiutif and Thomas Tbiesen was
Defendant, directed to me' the uu
dersigned sheriff ot Canadian Count)
Oklahoma, commanding m« tj mak<
the goods and chattels and foi
want of good- and chattels from the
lands and tenements of said debtor
he sum of Five Thousand three bun.
dred and ninety seven and 10-10U
Dollars ($5,397.10) and Two hundred
nd lift) dollars ($250.00) Attorney's
lees and cost with interest at 10
per cent from December 20th,
ess credits of $2,171.85 upon a cer
lain judgment reudeied iu the abovt
ntitled action ou the 20th day ol
December, 1913. 1 have levied upoi
and will sell tu the highest bidder
uoor ol the Court House in Hi ile'iQ
in stud county and state on tile 4tV
day of May 1915. at the hour of i
for cash in hand at the Ea*
o'clock p. m., the following described
land and tenements to-wit:
The Northeast quarter of Section
Thirty ciO) Township Twelve (12)
North III Range Nine 19) West q'
tne Indian Meridian The North-
west quarter of Section Eight (8|
Township 'twelve (12) North ol
Range Nine (9) West of the India*
Meredian which last above describe!
land will be sold subject to a
mortgage lien of $1,600.00 and
$55.00 interest, also a mortgage ot
$616.25 and $50 accrued Interest
also the No-til west quarter of Sec-
tion Twelve (12) Township Twelve
(12) North of Range Ten (10) Wost
of the Indian Meredian, subject to a
mortgage of $ ',50o,00 and $87.00 ac-
crued interest, and one mortgage o
$1,300.01) with $100.00 accrued inter-
est. all in Canadian County, Oklaho- i
ma, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy said judgment.
Interest, cost and Attorney's fees
Said lanns having been duly ap-
praised according to law.
Witness my hand this 2nd day
of April 191 r;.
JASON A. L. CLARK
I Seal i , SheriC of Said Count) ,
Hy J. M. CARTER, L'ndersherlff.;
ers and Disposal Planlt along certain
lines, of certain dimensions and of
certain material, therein seit forth and
Whereas, On the 21st day or April
1915, by Ordinance Number 633, the
said Board ot Commissioners of the
City of El Reno, Oklahoma, approv-
ed sections, profiles maps, plats and
specifications prepared by Neil B.
•McTaggant, the special engineer em-
ployed by said Commissioners, uuuer
the provisions or Ordinance Number
650, and, by said Ordinance Num-
ber 653, declared the n \ ejsity of is-
suing bonds of the City of El Reno.
Oklahoma, in the sum of Twenty
Thousand Dollars ($20,000), for the
purpose of raising the rnuney nec-
essary to construct said Sewers and
Disposal Plant and the expenses in-
cident thereto, and the said Board of
Commissioners of said City, by said
Ordinance Number 853, authorized
the Commissioner of Public Affairs
and Ex-Officio Mayor of said City of
101 Reno. Oklahoma, to issue his
proclamation and call a special elec
Hon f<-' the purpose of submitting
to the qualified property taxpaying
voters of said City of El Reno, Ok-
lahoma the question of whether or
not said bonds shall be Issued by
said Board of Commissioners of the
said City of El Reno. Oklahoma, in
the amount and in the denomination
and for the purpose as set forth In
Ordinance Number 653:
Now Therefore, in pursuance and
by the authority vested in me by
said Ordinance Number 653, and by
the laws of the State of Oklahoma,
in such case made and provided, I,
*\ P. Duffy, Commissioner of Public
Affairs and Ex-Officio Mayor of the
City of El Reno, Oklahoma, do here-
by proclaim and declare that a Sipe-
i Ial Election shall be held in the
City of El Reno, Oklahoma, on
Tuesday. the 11th day of May, 1915,
ait which election there shall be sub-
mitted to the qualified property tax-
paying voters of the said City of El
Reno. Oklahoma (he following prop-
Shall the City of El Reno, Ok-
bihom.i become Indebtel in the sum
of Twenty , Thousand Dollars
I $20,0(1111 b> Issuing lis negotiable
coupon bonds in that amount, and
in the denomination of One Thous-
and Dollars i $1,000), each, for the
purpose of raising mone\ nere ;ir\
nr the construction of Public Sew-
ers and Disposal Plant and the ex
penses incident thereto, and levy and
collect an annual tax upon all of the
taxable property In the said City of
K1 Reno. Oklahoma, to pa> the in-
terest on said bonds as It falls due.
and til-o lo coiH'itute a Inking fund
for the payment of suid principal
thereof within twentv-five (25i years
from their date, and to pa) interest
at the rate not to exceed five per
Workman; Clerks, J. c. G«bhart
ind .loliu llackett.
Fourth Ward, Precinct "A" at
Number 619 South Williams avenue
Judges, E. C. Rohkar and L. N.
Shepard; Clerks, S. G. Empey and
l> E. Ileckes.
Fourth Ward, Precinct "B" at
Number *03 South Rock Island ave-
nue. Judges, C. E. Perry and Vet
< onklin; Clerks, George W Lewis
and H. S. Parker.
The above named Judges and
( lerks are hereby designated aud
appointed to act as such Judges and
Clerks at such Election and shall
also act as Counters in canvassing
the result of such vole and shall cer-
tify the returns and result of said
Flection to the County Electlou
Board of Canadian County, Oklaho-
ma, who shall canvass the returns as
in General Elections.
Witness my hand and the seal of
be City Of fot Reno, Oklahoma, this
"Sill day of April, 1915
P. P. DUFFY
Commissioner or Public Affairs
and Ex-Ofriclo Mayor
FLO YE ALLARD,
Office ,ii, 1-2 Fast Woodcuii
F. H. CLARK
Physician and Stir}r*'on
ortlce ion 1-2 H Blck ford
mice 2:1 PHONES Res 4
K 1 . Slack pole
HKA' ESTATE, FARM LOANS
Cit. Nat I Bank Bldg
John. \\ . Clark
ATTOKNKv vp LAW.
riambe Hulfdiiig. Kl Rouo, Oklu
ijiivp plenty of money to
loaii on ko« <1 farms We aluq
have* one of the largest fire In-
insurante agenoiep in the state.
W . J. FINCH
rent (3 per cent) per annum.
The Polls at sai<l
opwied ai eleven
and closed at sc
(11) o'eloek a.
ven (7) o'clock
I rank Meyer
Farm Loam 11 ml Heal Batata
Fire and Tornado Insurance.
Ill-Ills Mortgages Contracts, etc
Prepared Notary Public in of-
fice Phone 202 111 E Wood-
son . El Heir . Oklahoma
rn of said Election Pay.
There shall he eight (8) polling
4-3 5-4, j places in laid city In ,ald Electon, as
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Ryder, J. W. El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 48, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1915, newspaper, May 4, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91126/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.