The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1918 Page: 2 of 10
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The El Reno American, Thursday, March 7, 1918.
And tobncco now
You’ll know this when you
smoko the famous Lucky Strike
cigarette, the real Hurley cigarette.
Q[J Gunrnntecd by
• Commissioners’ Proceedings. •
• •••••••••••• •
office of tin* County Cleric.
I I Iteno, Canadian County, oklaltoin.
February 4, tuiH, it s. ni.
Tin lioshl or County CommiHHloiuT.s of
• itimdiuu County, Oklahoma, nut in tlx;
• •no i ni ihr County clerk in regular
'ion all iiiriuher* present unit it au-acted
tile rolliiu iiik btialnesa
folloWllllr < lullHH were suillteil Mini
Weil agallinl the |»I7 Ik ceiieral I Ultd
Mite.i .1 \\e||»( 'Mlmy i o clerk. Jan. 81 • .■'•
oil |ee, Jim
Mai \ clai ke. Mill
It II l oil. .1, sal
I ..me oilHinn. Mil
Mary '•pear, sal
I *ep I o. .1.1 k
il clerk Co.
. Jan. 75.txt
lerk Co. clerk'd of
« o jmine, Jan 179.90
I'ep. Court clerk
.... ..... ... p ••mil clerk, Jan. ••■■hi
'kill, pO't.lK* rXpense. Jail •>.CaO
tlcxaiuier, -ai Co assessor, Jan. 156.95
I \v. M«\niuler. post age e\p. Jan |5.ou
Mi Mn • I iIk111 ., Hal. In p • o. its
, i Ian 80 oo
i lit i i ai count) 11 ■ i - Jan. 156.95
Itold hr. i/. exp. im pontage mid cii
.1 \ laxloi. sal l»ep. lo liras Jan 7r. on
iirn< •' I l ook, sal Hep r.o I rens. Jnn 05.no
It il t It saxx illllHeli, 'III s|e||o|r. I'o. Ill
i in 4<i on
J s Paine i. salary ami iiiih-ugc, Co.
i . Jan 46.03
Int Sheriff's association, supplies
for sheriff .......................—
l»r c.\S lay lor, sal. Co. physician .
Hr. c.W I ay lor, fees Supt. of health,
irsve Iraiiiinell Co., supplies for Co.
Bonehrak* lldw. Co., msterisl for re-
pair bridges .............. .........
Wald«» grocery Co., sup. for Wass,
Alfred J Wells, expense for postafe
Jesse i Witcher, salary sn<l mileage
j. it. iM-anlorff, salary and mileage,
J. It. licsrdorff, road and bridge
Jesse | w itdier, road and bridge ser-
vices - - ............- ..........
hi Itenn Water Itept., water for -vP.
:s f a
sillier, mail and bridge services
i in i 00
joiin I lib' , sal (o sup). Jan 11 *..*«s»
II poXXcll. services lo engineer,
UHl Et|> claimed 1193.9 allowed i 1
|| i. I'nxxell, expense lo engineer 1 '.’it
i i 11x k W • i •uilury '<• agent, Jim. 7«) on
J J sin,tin, sal junitor. court house nu.iio
\V II W'ai'on. salary, supl • •• rarm
Mvrile w iit'on, sni unit mn c.i i rnriii bo.no
w n Watson, exp. vaccinating cat
th ni Co mmi 4'Mi
I nix c I l-iilillliell •<>, lax lecelpls |or
11 ei|s claimed 8196.95. allow ed 117 7*
Hell, right of way for luglixxnx 195.00
llaker I isher. hauling coal to separate
•CllOOl No '.i
I'tilery barker, |. < s and exp. t|uiirun
.1 m Carter, exp.
.1 M Carter. e\p.
Finery Marker, fi
•• s ami exp. crllll
S I* l> S A ’
J I llodsol^ 'ill Jilllel Jail
i u • at || | .11 III i il l 111
l I boli.h , sal under sheriff, Jan
j M i ai iei . expense criiii. work
bonehrake lldw. Co . sup. for Co.
Bonehrake lldw. Co., suppllv’s Tor
i • >urt house
I l Male), I rax fling exp and post
John I luce, services on examining
John I lllce, exp auto hire
John l bice, exp express ami stamps
J l I’hclps, sen on I’ximi board
II x W artierstaking mil Co. road
ben Warber, slaking out * <• road
llomer Carey, clialnuian on state high
Wallor a Hill, nil work oil si
MStile S. Pickess. ’
•die. Will. Pen.
vdIII • in u>.», •• in i i n . .•••
I..'.' sharp, w ni pen., Jan.
Ida Mn ii aw . W id. Feu,. Jan.
New S Hlspali II Co, supplies for Co.
pencils for Co.
supplies for Co.
school; claimed ’
Southwestern Bell Tel.
Co., tolls for
i3l.IM; allowed 97.53
Our Spring Footwear
ii. idficei s, claimed i;n
The 111Mowing claims were continued;
Mis. Alice i ifkms, stenographic work
for Jury coiniiilssnm ... . .. --- - 9.00
lloinirn - w ll- >m.wa!k< i. sup. i"i « ••.
i * ' . i i i * i .*
The following claims were audited and
allowed against the 1017-18 county loud
.1 W brothers, di aggmg state li'xvuy 10.001
l.l Iteiio Haily
Cluis. Iiraiuile), dragging -t. h'xxay
i ,\ liowlware. dragging M h'xxay
(., >. It. ( tor. drag, -i highway
I . II. Cox, drag. st.
lien II. Iluhh, drag
F.l beiio stale hank
claim A. II. .>
work -.. -.
I n si National hank, di ag.
c ii Taylor, repair of bridge on h'xxay 9.50
Hie following claims were continued
W. I Sllvey, clearing snow from
highway i •
A. H Wilhite, shoveling snow from
Approved the Abstracter's bond of Clyde
Mttltliews, ni the amount of t5.iNM).00.
February 5. I'.MH. !» V M.
The claim of I.. II. Ariustrong for sharp
enliig a grader Made wits audited and al-
lowed against the stab- highway construe
The report of Alfred J. Wells, county
clerk, for the month of January, 1018, was
The report or J. M. carter, sheriff Tor the
im >i it Ii of January, imih, was approved.
The report iff bold Itretz, county treas-
urer, for the month of January, 1UI8 wus
Approved the (jult claim deed rrom S. T.
bell to the Board of County Commissioners
or Canadian county, Oklahoma, for rlglit-
tff-xvay for state highway.
riu- action or the hoard In letting the
contract for the hurlal of paupers to the
m lion rmh-rtaking parlor was reconsidered
and the contract was h-l to Thus. Benson
al Ills hid previously filed.
The petition or |>. I
treasurer iff Partington township was ap
II Brown, et al. asking
is arriving daily.
The new Pumps
and Oxfords are
clever in Style and
up to the minute
in black, tan and
We invite you to
see them at our
At the SPENCER SHOE COMPANY
Corner Rock Island and Russell
The petition.of s. F
opening iff the state highway
Bcnn along the west side of
It Makes No Difference
what druggist's name Is txu the prescription the doctor gives
If you arc as well satisfied that wo are ns good in our
capacity «» your physician is in his, then you will exercise
your own privilege and bring your prescriptions here.
1V» this and wo will assure you of the very best drugs
that science or nature or man can produce, and compounded
as carefully us knowledge and training and safety methods
Good drugs, good composition, good work and good care
cost nx> more here than somethin*; less to bo trusted which
may be bought elsewhere.
”1 keep postage stamps to accommodate MV customers.”
YOl* WILL SAM! MONVV BY TRADING HERE.
C. R. MILLER, Druggist
Mai') I Hlilncx. widows' p.-n-lmi. Jan
w iduxx s' pi-n , Jan.
Xililli- i idle. Wld Pen . Jau
Mary I r.upp, Wld. Pen.. Jan.
Mice \\ Hi "OH. \\ Id I’l'li , Jau.
sarali Madison, wid. pen., Jau.
Nellie i .illii-rl, W id Pen , Jan.
I \dia Shelby. Wld Pen . Jan.
II ..... sharp. Wid Pen
New > Hlspaleh
I I Iteiio M.:rp bank, claim r*»r cuxuto
l l Heno sialc Hank, claim for Jack
l l Hi-nn slab* hank, claim of ll.
Powell, saint') surveyor
I I Heno state bank, elalm wltnes-
I I Heno state hank, elaun for salar.x
Male) .Co Mix . Jan 17.’.' "
I I Heno stale bank, claim \Y. v Neff,
hauling coal for i'o i.tai
I I Heno slab' Hank, claim W. It.
Hearing, work oil highway 95*5
Commercial Hank, claims
for contract work on highway . i"dS.05
........ i • ial bank. < lain) E I \N il
clier, 90 per cent hr. No 7 671.55
•inmcrclal Hank claim c H. Taylor,
im per cent contract grading 191.50
Commercial Hank, claim M I Haskill.
alar) court clerk
t'oinincrcial hank, claim Vti'iiailia
Parks, teaching separate school 55 00
Commercial Hank, claim Janitor Sep.
school No • 95.00
Commercial Hank, claim sal. teachers
Sep, school 34 ..... 449.50
t'.omnierclal Hank, claims for hoard
mg pupils Step school 50 00
commercial Hank, claim Marie Jeidc.
i \ i n*p Co ch rk 60.00
t'onimerclal hank, claim V \ Male).
Co attomc) Dec 179.90
Commercial Hank, claim (■ \\ Kher
sole, hogs for Co i ai ID 54 00
Commercial Hank, claims for covote
stall' 7 00
Commercial Hank, claims for jack rab-
ies 7 70
Commercial Hank, claims for Jurors
district court 37 to
Commercial Hank, claims jurors i>
Commercial Hank, claim J c Hubbard
repair court house and Jail Its) 44
no i bonk
Jack rabbit cars 3.35
Pirst National bank, claim of Helen
lllghec clerk Tor Co Vrea< P 40
Pirst National bank, claims for jack
rabbits cars . 56.95
First National bank, claims for coyote
Jewel Spence, assisting t o engineer
nlth, services hai
smith, et al. pra
petition of 1 .onto Anderson,
r for the appointment iff J. M. Mar
lug for the
north or id
section 16, I
Itlou of I oule Andersoi
■ * 11 g
range 7. was ap-
treasiirer of Harllngton township
I chrmirx i». PUS. !» \. il.
Notice for lml> having he. n published ten
days in the I I Hem* Hally Hem
newspaper of general circulation
count), the board proceeded
hid-, on Ibis day for the folio'
shown b\ lb*' county engineer’s estimate;
Work on state highway, miles :• ami 6,
srrtmu in according to the state lugliw
[ i; i
I ! 1
map or ranadian county, embankment work i fir
. 'iimab'd 37nn ruble xards; 96r*0 cubic r““'--
: . 1
9650 cubic fuel
aid work were as follows:
urcc \ Palmer, embankment work 99c
per cubic yard; machine grading. *9.von.
,i i Hagg>. embimkiiicnl work 99Vc per
cubic vard; machine grading. 899.00.
- r smith, eiiibankiiiciit work. 93c per
cubic vard; machine grading 896.50.
r ii. Taylor, embankment work. 90c per
cubic xiirii, machine grading sio.oo
Hie bid of c II I'axlor having been the
low.'! and best Hied, the board awarded (-.j-,
the contrai l to sald.i II. Taylor and drew j qq
ii]* the contract Tor same.
I'll, applu-aliou ol Clyde Matthews for! qq
the correction of an erroneous assessment i qq
ol lot It ol block 90 oi Spencer’s addition □□
to the town .ff Yukon was approved an.1 □□
taxe- for the year i'.*o:. m the amount of □□
" • □“
9Se were ordered cancelled.
bond or i . ii Taylor
of sT.-'U.ihi was approved.
ii rx hi.
P \ smith service- balin' H -t urt
Hi. 1918. 0
875i'.oo was appn
The official bond of i r. McBride, ft cas
urer of Harlington township, was approved.
riic report of P. \. Smith, s. r. Bell amt
P IV Starr, the committee appointed to
view the county farm, was approved.
in the msttei of tho resignation ol M 1
r.askill. court clerk of Canadian county, the
following action was taken by said board:
Motion I * \ Witd.er that the resignation
M t (iaskill, court clerk be accepted
amt his recommendation for the appoint
ment or a succe-sor be disapproved. .Mo-
tion failed for want of a second.
Motion liy Palmei seeonded by HcardortT.
that the roignation of M I (iaskill. court
clerk, be accepted, the same to take effect
February 93. tots, and that the recommenda-
tion or said M K 'iaskill for the selection
of a successor be approved. Palmer ami
Heard n vote ”y« - ’ Witcher voting “no ”
Motion bx Heard IT. seconded by Palmer,
that th*' application (ff Frank Taylor for
th. appointment or court clerk to till out
the unexpired term of M F. (iaskill. court
clerk, be approved Peardorff and Palmer
\ i. yes, VS lt<1 r votes “No.” Motion
February 33. 1918. 9 V. W
Approved the supplementary report of M.
F. (iaskill. court clerk.
SATURDAY, MARCH 9th
Sale Starts at 10 a. m.
5 inches wide, 5-yard lengths,
at wholesale 50c per piece—
Our price, 39c
These Embroideries were bought by us a
year ago. See Window Display.
The Globe Store
From 1 to
> . supplies for court
erial for repair
Hotline Transfer tax
(iloyd 1 umber Co
Oloyd I umber »'o
Ni 81 I MS
Fryherger Pry Hoods Co., supplies for
J H \rrmgb>n. plumbing
lr«-M. kxppu- imikm gt'ii.
x clerk Co
Hnhl Brel*. t'*i on clan
Higher clerk in office -
f (\X. Tn tiA .
Vi • b i •** services as
>«•« y Klee
M ' \\ li' ' i 1 • it lit i Ib- .!
Pallas, pauper .
car*- .-f -aral
Approved the o(Ti. ial bond of Frank Tax
or. court clerk in
Thereui'on the li>
the amount of 83.ixxxi.oo.
ard or county commis-
sioners adjourned »r the month.
At 1 KFP J. WFl l >.
Condensed Statement of
THE COMMERCIAL BANK, El Reno,
At the close of business, February 15, 1918.
• xtra w.
• PURELY PERSONAL.
• + +•++• + ** + *+ •* + *
Mr ami Mrs Sidney Clute and
daughter, Pauline, of Altus, motored
through to Enid, where they will make
their home. While in this city they
were the guests of Mrs Maude Wil-
liams. Mrs Robert Weeks accompan-
U d th< m and a ill makt h< r hon e with
Mr and Mra Clute while her husband 1
is in France.
Miss fcarah S* ott left Sunday for
Edmond to enter the State normal
w here she will take a teachers' course.
Miss Margaret Rector, of Oklahoma
City, was the guests of her parents,
Mr and Mrs B U. Rector, Sunday
Miss Edna Maddox, of Chickasha.
was the week-end guest of Mrs. Otto
A Shutter w
Mrs. Garland l ewis, for an extended
visit Miss Van Osdel has visited
here before and is popular with the
younger social s* t.
Rex and Mrs Mervin Pettit have
as their guest the former’s mother.
Mrs C M Pett :. of Camden. N J
Mrs I Vila Ross left Saturday of
last week for a ten days’ stay with
her son. Will, and family in Muskogee
Mr and Mrs F. F. Ferguson, of
Minco. spent Saturday and part of
Sunday .n this . • Mr Ferguson w as
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Loans and discounts - $526,374.76
Overdrafts - - 1,609.34
Real estate, furniture and fixt'rs 4,300.00
Revenue stamps - - 778.94
Bonds and wrnts $57,328.28
Cash and sight ex. 92.759.35
Surplus and Profits
Reserved for taxes
The above statement is correct, Earl G. Morris, Cashier.
Deposits protected by the Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the
State of Oklahoma.
The Bank of Personal Service
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r A.-ne XXr.^.ik>k •
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kind » tu^MII
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Mr and Mrs Roy Wer are moving
to Van Buret). Ark where ho will go
in business Mr 1'eer left Monday .
fvxr his new home and hts wife will
J join him in about two weeks
Miss Anna Flttgerald spent the
| week end with her parents Miss Fit*-
gemld ts attending the Edmond State ,
repair v*n jail .
en route to l lir.ton. wherx
sembling and buying farm se»N
the western district of OKlahorr
Mr and Mrs N\ L Taylor ant
daughter, of Oklahoma City.
and Mrs William Onan.
Mr. and Mrs Claude Hensl
Oklahoma City, spent Sunday
city with his parents, Hon and Mrs
T F. Hensley.
Mrs Zela Bates spent Tuesday at
Mrs F F. Herod and Miss Edna
Kelly were Oklahoma City visitors
Postmaster Woodson and Mr
Wright, of Okarche. attended the fu-
I neral of the late Lee R Patterson
lt, , which was held at the Elks’ Home
: Sunday afternoon
? j Mrs F H Reddie attended the
! luncheon Monday given by Mrs Ger.
of) P Day, of Oklahoma City, in honor of
> ; ;he Daughters of 1S12. at the Lee
Huckins hoteL of which orgonixatioo
Mrs. Reddig if a memt-er.
CITY DRUG STORE
LYNN AND GREGORY, PROPS.
Corner Bickford and Russell.
Pu-e Drugs Rej stered Preocriptiontst, F rst-class Fountain Drinks.
YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED.
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Bronson, E. S. The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 7, 1918, newspaper, March 7, 1918; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913323/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.