The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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The El Reno American, Thursday, March 8. 1917.
THE EL RENO AMERICAN
El Reno Daily American
Published every Thursday at 113 N.
Hick lord, K1 Keno, Canadian Coun-
ty, Oklahoma. Canadian Publish-
ing Company, Publishers.
By BRONSON A NICHOLS
Subscription $1 00 in Canadian roun
ty, 81.50 outside of county, nnd $2
to foreign countries strictly in
Entered as second-class matter, Dec.
30, 191<i, at the poatofTlce at S3
Reno. Oklahoma, under the act of
March 3, 1897.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
MINGLE WITH THE CROWD.
El Reno will have the opportunity
of entertaining more than one thous
and visitors next week when the joint
convention of W. O. W. ami Woodmen
Circle is held. Every person should
make it his or her business to mingle
with the guests anti make them rejoic
because they came. The time will he
propitious for spreading a favorable
Impression of "The City Beautiful.'*
If the visitors are made to feel
comfortable they w ill say a good word
for the city when they return home.
It Is better to exert your energies for
two days nnd have a good report than
to lag and take chances of having the
wrong impression being scattered
The materia! for the visitors to
form their opinions is right here in
El Reno. If the average citizen is dis
interested in them they will be forced
to be indifferent towards the town. No
atone should he left unturned to make
the guests happy and contented
Many of the business establishments
are having their places decorated. It
is the right spirit and bespeaks a de
termination to look dressed tip. Every
business house in the city should be
adorned with the national colors. Do
not overlook this fact. He a booster!
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES.
Attorney George Liddell was elected
superintendent of the Sunday school
for the ensuing year, Otto A. Shuttee,
assistant superintendent; Mrs. T. R.
Reid, treasurer, Miss Sibyl Tinkel-
paugh, secretary; Mrs. Thomas Shut-
tee, organist and Verna Pales, violin-
ist. The cornet and clarinet duet by
Mr. Fab»s and Mr. Adams was excel*
lore and greatly appreciated by the
audience. Mrs. Thorn played the trom
bone in the absence of Mr. Raker. She
is an accomplished musician. She play-
ed saxaphone for eight years In a
sixty-piece hand. The Concho orches-
tra will play three selections at the
sacred concert next Sunday evening.
R. P. Adams is leader.
John Kendrick Hangs, Thursday
night, high school auditorium, 50 and
Jennie Kysink to Mary C. Eysink,
to 5 acres; consideration $1,250.
S. R. Beatty and wife to Samuel J.
Holsey, lots 9, 10. 11 and 12, block 90,
Spencer’s addition, Yukon; considera-
F. M. Shewmake and wife to J. M.
Mudd. lots 1 and 2, block 1, Swaggart’s
addition, El Reno: consideration $500.
L. J. Snode to Charles W. Kallin-
ger, E’y SE‘,4 10-13-5; consideration
Frederick Klingbeil and wife to G.
R. Trent, to two tracts of land con-
taining 10 acres more or less, SWj,
NH'i, 9 12 7; consideration $2,900.
M. A. Swatek and wife to Vilma
Kuchnr, lots 18 and 19, block 4, Yu-
kon; consideration $ 1,200.
I. J. Chanowsky to Mary Chanow-
sky, lots 9, 10 and 11, block 20, El
Reno; consideration love and affection.
GARAGES WILL RAISE RATES.
On account of the increased cost of
Mrs. Harold Townsend and son
turned Tuesday from visiting rela-
tives in New York City.
Mrs. Barney Stewart returned Sun-
day from spending several days in
Shawnee with Mrs. William Stewart.
Mrs. Frank Hensley was called to
Oklahoma City Tuesday by the illness
of her mother, Mrs. M. Alice Miller.
Murray Ashbrook transacted busi-
ness in Garfield county Wednesday.
Paul Farley was a business visitor
in Mustang Wednesday.
Misses Velma Cross and Georgia
Wright, who have been guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Cope, returned Tues-
day to the Odd Fellows’ Home, at
Carmen. The young ladies were gen-
erously entertained while in the city
by Odd Fellows nnd their friends, and
Monday night they were the central
attraction at the county meeting of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ralf, of Hydro,
are spending several days with Jus
labor and material, we the undersign-J tlce and Mrs. C. J. Hess
. <1 Karaite owners, have been compell-1 Mrs. W. M D(.ck returned to hpr
eu to raise our rates In proportion, home In Hydro Wednesday after
Accordingly the following standard J Bpending a week with Mr. and Mrs.
price will take effect on March 10, c j
will take effect on March
First mechanic, per hour. - .$1.00
Second mechanic, per hour______ .75
Helpers, per hour. ------------- .60
Earl Davis, former messenger for
the Western Union, arrived Monday
evening from Sampsel, Okla., where
he has been working on a big ranch
for several months. The young gentle
Double time on Sunday and work|man ,.am(, to 8p(,n(1 a few dava wUll
done on holidays. I Us parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Davis
Washing Cars. Quite recently he contracted for a 160-
Washing car under 100-inch wheel ‘acre farm in western Oklahoma and
base---- ---- -----------$1.00 he contemplates engaging in farming
Washing and polishing......1.60 . business this spring.
Washing car under 115-inch wheel J T. H. Beacom, general manager of
baso__ ----- -------------1-25. Rock Island lines in the Second dis-
Washing and polishing 2.00 t» ft, was numbered among business
Washing car over 115-inch wheel
Washing and polishing
“u'ling in Cars.
Up to ten block*___________
Up to one mile__________
Over cne mile,
For each 12 hours
- additional per
Winter months Nov. 1 to March
i. par month 8 00
Standard Motor Company,
El Reno Motor Company,
Star Garage. It.
TRAINS CHANGE TIME.
A slight change in time becomes ef-
fective on the Ft. Smith and Western
railway March 12. No. 19 will arrive
from Guthrie at 1:30 p. m. and No
20 will depart for Guthrie at 3:40 p
“Come to My House, To-
night, Fred, It’s Light
and Pleasant There”
Of course you wish your daughter to receive her young men
friends at your home. You want to know them yourself.
A well-lighted home is inviting; it helps your daughter to be
the kind of a girl you like to plan and save for.
Two or three cents a night spent for Electric Lighting will help
you to entertain guests in surroundings so pleasant that they
will be glad to call again.
Electric Wiring Costs Less Than a Piece of Furniture Tele-
phone your Dealer.
El Reno Gas and Electric Co.
108 North Rock Island Avenue
\ altors in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Harry Vaupel, of Manhattan, Kn*.,
2 50 ^ has accepted a position as chemist in
the laboratory of the El Reno Mill and
Elevator company’s milling depart-
ment and entered upon his duties the
first of the week.
Raymond Wright spent Sunday In
Geary with relatives.
Mary Wlnningham returned Satur-
day from Anadarko, where she spent
several days with friends.
Misses Dorothea Winters and Susie
Sights returned Monday to Clinton af-
ter spending three W’eeks at the home
of Mrs. Merrit Thomas.
Among the number of El Reno per-
sons who attended the funeral of the
late J. D. Harrison, which was held
at his late home near Piedmont, were
Judge nnd Mrs. J. I. Phelps, J. M.
Carter, sheriff; James Palmer, county
commissioner; Robert Bretz, county
treasurer; Isaac Alexander, assessor
M. Yowell, mayor of Piedmont;
Alexander Blair, Harley Lunnon, PM
Hart and Mr. Palmer, of Piedmont
neighborhood, were here Tuesday at-
tending the preliminary of B. D. Gil-
bert, who is charged with manslaugh-
ter in the first degree in connection
with the death of the late J. I). Har-
rison. Several persons from the im-
mediate neighborhood of the Harrison
family were present, also.
C. E. McCoy, of Calumet neighbor
hood, was here Tuesday on a mission
Alexander Yellowman, of Geary
neighborhood, passed through here
Friday en route home from Texas. He
spent several days in the coast coun
try in the vicinity of Laredo. He was
in Washington, D. C., a few weeks
ago with other Indians in the interest
of tribal affairs.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. Maurer have
as their guest the former’s niece,
Miss Martha Maurer, of Pontiac, Mich.
Miss Augusta Borden visited her
parents, near Piedmont, Saturday and
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Clymer were here
from Oklahoma City Sunday and spent
the day with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
J. A. Hatchett.
Miss Alta Brewer was over from Ok
homa City Sunday to visit her mother,
Mrs. W. U. Brewer.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Patterson have ns
their guest their little granddaughter,
Daonne White, of Stroud.
Miss Clara Hayes, who teaches in
tin* high school at Wynnewood, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George S. Hayes.
Leo Patterson attended the stock
show in Oklahoma City last week.
The Misses Luella and Lucy Thorp
returned to their school duties in Ok-
lahoma City last week.
The Misses Luella and Lucy Thorp
returned to their school duties Mon-
day. Their aged father is somewhat
improved. He resides in Oklahoma
Mrs. L. O. Higgins is reported on
the sick list this week.
Joe Lowe, who underwent an opera-
tion several days ago, is reported con-
siderably better and his friends hope
for his speedy recovery.
Mrs. J. B. Gibson departed Monday
for Oklahoma City, where she will
spend part of the week with her sis-
ter, Mrs Dee Hayes.
Miss Frances Flanigan was number-
ed among El Reno persons who spent
Foresight and Courage
Coupe . .
i owing .
Four Touring frj-fj
Four Coupe fiOsa
Four Sedan $iyyo
Four l imousine $iq.so
Light Touring $*u3o
All prices f. o. h. Toledo
Sul'jfit to change uithuut no
‘•Made in V. 5. A."
Automobile values* as at present
established are largely due to the
foresight and courage of Mr. John
N. Willys, the president of this
lie foresaw the universal use of the
automobile and had the courage
to produce quality cars in larger
quantities than they had ever
before been produced.
Steadily increasing production made
possible savings and economies
which steadily reduced costs and
repeatedly established new values.
Eight years ago, with a net worth of
little more than $50,000 this com-
pany produced 4G5 cars.
This year, with a net worth of over
$08,000,000 we must produce
over 200,000 cars to fill our dealers*
It has required an enormous invest-
ment in plant and equipment to
prepare for this enormous produc-
The prime requisite in the automobile
industry is still foresight and cour-
Mr. Willys foresees a demand this
year in excess of the possible
In addition to enormous investment
in plant and equipment Mr. Willys
had the courage to contract long
ago for enormous quantities of raw
■ terials $35,
ready in hand for this year’s
See all this reflected in the values we
have to show you in the most
comprehensive line of cars ever
built by any one producer.
Note especially the remarkable values
represented in the Big Four at
$850 and the Light Six at $985.
K. Bulls, Agent
El Reno, Okla.
Saturday in Oklahoma City.
Mias Mina Jackson, county superin-
tendent of schools, returned Monday
from Kansas City, where she attend-
ed an educational meeting of instruc-
Mias Nell Poole and niece, Mildred
Geissler, accompanied by Jack Adams,
spent Sunday in Oklahoma City.
Mayor P. P. Duffy was an Oklahoma
City business visitor Monday.
Harry Schaffer was in Mangum Wed-
nesday looking after business matters.
* CENTER VALLEY VERSIONS *
Misses Helen Schnackenberg and
Nellie Robinson were guests at the
Reeve home Sunday.
Mrs. Maude Brindley and children
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Karl Hermann and daughters, Min
nie and Helen, motored to Calumet
Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Joe Kissick is very ill of pneumonia
Miss Lottie Mohr was the dinner
guest Sunday of Miss Hell Dolton.
Geneva Young spent Sunday even-
ing with Helen Hermann.
Mrs. Charlie Mohr was a guest at
the Kissick hoim- Monday.
Pauline and Minnie Hermann spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lemoir
Mrs. Sam Young, of Tuttle, is visit-
ing with her son, Charlie Young and
Charlie Mohr mnde a business trip
to Oklahoma Cit Monday.
First published March 1, 1917 l\V.
In llistrict Court of <amulin
Charles s. Gillette_____Defendant.
Said defendant Charles s. Gille
notice that the above named
filed her petition m the
praying for a modlllca
entered In said cause on the
June, 191.’, restoring her maiden
wina Carnahan, and must answer the peti-
tion lllcd herein by plaintiff on or before
the llth day or April, 1917, or said petition
will be taken as true and judgment for
plaintiff modifying: said decree and restor-
ing to her her maiden name Edwiua Carna-
han will he rendered accordingly.
M. E. caspii.i., Court Clerk.
J. I. Phelps, Attorney for Plaintiff.
tto will take
Ill ation of the decree,
first published March 1, 1917—3\V.
notice to < nun tons
To the Creditors or Emma C. Kennedy, De
The creditors of the above named dece-
dent are Int. by notified that the undersign-
ed was, by the county Court of Canadian
County. Oklahoma, appointed admlnlst
tor or the estate of said decedent, and that
all persons having claims against the c
of said decedent are re<i
them to said undersigned admit
I 9, it El Reno,
iioina. within four months from the <1
the Hi -t publication of this notice,
from tin first dav of March. 1917.
frotn the date of
Dated February 28, 1917
J. I. Phelps. Atty.
irst published March t
NOTICE Ol SMI Ol
In the Matter of the
Notice is hereby i
order of the County Court
of Canadian, state of oklahnri
in \i. Esrvri:.
estate of John A.
•reby given In pursuance of an
Han, state of Oklahoma, made
the -ji.t11 day of I • binary. 1917, the nnd
v III sell j
t‘> the ‘highest bidder subject to confirmation
by said Court on Friday the 16th
tin' right, till'
D. 1917, at to o,eiock a. in., at
of J. 1. Phelps In El Reno all
Itle and Interest of said John
i-' i and to the followtng
il. serili. .1 tviti citato situate in Canadian
County, state of Oklahoma, to-wit: I.ots
i and ' In block 23 in Keith’s addition to
Said real estate will be sold on the fol-
lowing terms and conditions, to-wit: cash
Phis for the purchase- thereof must be
In writing and mu-t lie tiled In the County
Court or delivered to the undersigned at
the office or Ills attorney, J. I.
Mr. nnd Mrs Nelson Day, of Wichi-
ta. Kan., announce the birth of a son
Mr. and Mrs Walter Holton an-
nounce the birth of a son. Friday morn-
inf. whom they have named William
John Kendrick Hangs, Thursday
night, high school auditorium, 50 and
25 cents. I
Dat'd the 28th dav of February. 1917.
I"d l II MARION BROWN, Executor.
J. !. Phelps, Attorney.
For Commissioner of Highways and
I hereby make announcement of my
candidacy for the office of Commis-
sioner of Highways and Public Im-
provements of the City of El Reno
subject to the will of the voters at
the election April 3rd, 1917. I will
greatly appreciate your support and if
elected will use every effort to fill
the office to suit the people, and will
devote my entire time to the duties
of the office.
THOMAS D. FAHAY.
In 30 Days!
To loan this sum in so short a time
we have placed the rate within the
reach of all. Apply at once.
111 EAST WOODSON
OUR EQUIPMENT FOR
SHEET METAL WORK
is so complete that we are
amply able to fill any order,
large or small, whether it be
for new flues for the furnace
in the cellar or a new roof or
cornice for the top of the
house. We will gladly fur-
nish you with an estimate
for any sheet metal work
needed. You’ll find our figures
SMITH TIN SHOP
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