The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 85, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1922 Page: 2 of 4
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l'ubllHhtid lmily Except Sunday
T. W. MAIIKR
T. J. HENNE8SY
J. H. -MAHER
W. A. IIKNNESSY
a-. W. MAHEIi :
SOMETHING TO THINK OVER
(Sioux City Tribune)
Aluj. Gen. John F. O'llyan has seen
men crumple up In linttlo. He know.i
what hell on earth i« like. Ho Is not
n sissy pacifist. Therefore when lie
pleads for an international organizu
tion of nations to apply force jointly
lo any nation that dares to do dare
war ho cannot be sneered at. t
lu bis address heforo tho southern
commercial congress the other night
ho expressed surprise at the "apathy
of our own people In relation to th >
possibility of a recurrence of war."
And he continued:
"To indicate to you that this prob-
lem is not an academic one merely,
having to do onJy witli future gen r
ntions, but that it is one which vital-
ly concerns you and all the otaer
families of America, let me remind
- ,V .
Gold Pencils and Pens.
Fancy Desk Sets.
_______ s? ,
Lift Off with Fingers
i , coverings, drap
even if she has
e. Buy "Diamond
kind i !:• n perfei I
Doesnr nurt a bit! Drop a lKtlo
"Kreezone" on an aching corn, in
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with flng
Your druggist sells a tiny bottlt
of "Freezone" for a rew ceuts, sut
llclent to remove every hard corn
soft corn, or corn between the toee
and the calluses, without soreness
you that this very nay groat groups
of well educated and industrious of-
ficers are working out, In all their
details, how your boys and other
boys like them are to be employed
in the next war.
"Tho plans being perfected will il<
termine how your boys shall be
drafted, mobilized, clothed, armed
and subsisted, concentrated, trained
and transported to the field of oper
atlons; how they shall be deployed
blooded by trial battle effort and
finally plunged Into the l'ury ot bat
lie; how the bodies of (he dead shall
be burled or cremated; how the shell
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
h-mSiC0S, Cai! ^ Worth a good deal to you, these
a d times by helping you get your last winter's
c othes back in commission. We can clean, press,
altei, dye, re-line your clothes and give you satis-
Iiats cleaned and blocked. Rugs absolute-
EVANS & FAI RS
"We Do Our Best"
A few cents start s you %
CITIZENS MA'MOWAL BANK CLUB
Come in and Let Us Explain This to You
" |'°UR PER CENT INTEREST %
is Larger the
Sun or a Cent
The sun is the largest but
you can hold the cent so
close to your eye that you'll
lose sight of the sun.
Don't let a cheap price cr a hit* can baking
powder make you lose sight of quality
The Economy &MQTW POWB2ER
DYE OLD JKIRT
COAT, DRESS IN
Knell pn"kai.e of "Diamond Dyes"
i ontainH ill : i t i ions so simple any
voman i n dye or lint her worn
lial.by dri . --kirta, waists, coats,
I -l.iiixs, awe tti
love r lyed befo
)yt no other
leiii" d ''in iti lire lieenuae 1)11
nond lives ie guaranteed not to
4pot, fa.le, BtI e ik, or run. Teil you
druggist whether the material you
.vish to dye Is woo! or silk, or whetli-
■r it Is linen, cotton or mixed goods.
shocked, gassed and wounded shall
bo rehabilitated and rushed back for
lurther effort; and how more of youi
boys anil other boys like them, shall
bo gathered with the least delay a id
.pushed Into the shambles to replueo
those who have been expended."
It may also be news to a lot of
folks who allow politicians to do
their thinking for them tha. the
United States government lias apant
approximately $1,000,000 during the
last year in Investigating an 1 devel-
oping poison gas for niilit.iiy pur-
poses, employing 700 people in the
work; nud other rations ;ir' doim;
likewise. This is the same sort ot
gas that the ex-ka'ser was branded
as a barbarian for using. It causes
those who inhale it to spit out ihi ir
Of course unit: .-3 there i.t . leag i
for jie'aee America must be prepared
for I he next war, that is as^ inevi■
able as the flow of the tides. But
parents of youngsters lu rompers
might give a rttle serious reflection
to General ' ityan's suggestion of
how they may make moro ert'iin
th. i e epe wil- not some day be flut
tering on thei. doors.
103 1-2 NORTH QICKFORD
Gargle with war
—then apply o\
V a ro Rub
warm salt water
—then apply over throat—
Over 17 Million Jars Used Yearly
The tenner.; E/XHtNG POWDLR
8 to fas-ALL/N COLORS
A VM3if50Mf LAUGH INEVE/7Y SKETCH
The Corrplate Newspaper — Fills livery
Newspaper Requirement of the Whole Family
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SECTIONS AS FOLLOWS:
Main New:' flection and Sports
Editorial, MarkoLs i ud Financial
Automobile and Radio
iirama and Movies
Woiuea and Their llealm
True Life Story Section
Want Ad Section
Rotogravure Picture Section
.!it ;a/ine Section in Colors
First Comic Section
Sccond Comic Section
11 A R N A D R'
Suit and Overcoat Sale
This comes at a time when ev-
eryone needs winter clothing
Here are January CAearance Prices right in the heart
of the season—a feast for the holiday shoppers—come
and share these big savings.
Is the quality Icav-
ener—for real econo-
my in the kitchen,
always use Calumet,
one trial will con-
Its sales are 2y2
times as much as
that of any other
(8AK I NG POWDul'V|
!'aT MAC, OY A n wf
Nn pr«* ;1
Three Great Clothes Combinations to Choose From
© B K L Co
This is not a small lot of suits picked out'at a
price, but our Finest Makes, including all tho
Latest Style Models, Fabrics and Patterns.
This is a real opportunity to really Dress Up at
amazingly low cost Remember, nfit a suit in
our house reserved; every garment goos aL
PRE-CHR1STMAS SALE PRICES
SI 6.85 $18.23 321.50 $23.85 $27.85
$33.85 $36.25 $:J8.75 and $11.65
MEN'S AN!) YOUNG MEN'S
A wonderful assortment here to select from, of
Quality Coats. Big roomy Ulsteretts, and
Ulsters, belts all around or half belts; just the
correct styles. What could be a more giveable
Christmas Present? New Patterns with the
blanket Back make our coats more attractive.
You will find, here a complete run of sizes—32
PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE PRICES
$16.85 $18.25 $23.85 $27.85 $33.85
REMEMBER, EVERY BOY'S SUIT AND OVERCOAT GOES AT SALE PRICES.
Regular Price Only.
ALL SALE PRICES
WILL BE CASH.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 85, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1922, newspaper, December 8, 1922; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153570/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.