The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 87, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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MOTHER, MOVE CHILD'S BOWELS
WITH "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP"
Even Cross, Feverish, Sick Children Love its Taste
and it Never Fails lo Empty Little Bowels
When constipated, bilious, Irrlt-
nble, listless, or full of cold, your lit-
tle one needs a teaspoonful of "Cali-
fornia Fig Syrup" to quickly start
liver and bowel action. In a few
hours you can see for yourself how
thoroughly it works the sour bile
and undigested food right out and
you have a well, play'ul child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Califor-
nia Fig Syrup" handy. They kno
a teaspoonful today saves a si
child tomorrow. It nover cramps c
overacts. Ask your druggist fo
genuine "California Fig Syrup
which has directions for babies am
children of all ages printed on b i.
tie. Mother! You must say "Cai;
fornla" or you may get an Imitation
TBS EL RBJNO 1)
BREAK A COLD
IN FEW HOURS
,y. ^ 'lAsstS
'-rA «.• ^dtiEk
ake Your Christmas
"Pape's Cold Compound
Acts Quick, Costs Little,
In a few hours your cold Is gone, j
head and iur:c clear, no feverlsliness, | \
headache, or stuffed-up feeling. Drug-
gists here guarantee'these pleasant
tnblets to break up a cold or the
grippe quicker than nasty quinine.
They never make you sick or uncom
fort able Tiny a box of "Pape's Cold
Compound" for a few cents and get
rid of your cold right now.
By H. LOUIS RAYBOLD.
(.y by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
tuberculosis drive on ABOVEBOARD WITH THE BOYS
OKLA. CITY. Dec. 11—With the
lirst few days of the 15th annual tu-
berculosis Christmas seal s;iie past
officials of the Oklahoma Publl •
Health Assn. here are enthusiastic as
to the success of the drive which Is
to raise $60,000 for next year's
health fight In the stato.
Orders for more seals an I se;il
Mile supplies have been pouring Int .<
the office of the state association
from the county committees atvl clt*
societies, according to It. H. Hlxson.
general secretary. Those orders
show an unusual demand for seals In
Oklahoma, Lincoln, Hlaln, I/itlrner
William H. Morgan's Remarks
Woman Who Questioned
Habit of Smoking.
William n. Morgan, who conducts
one of the best boys' camps in Maine,
has studied human nature in both
lioys and men, and knows just what
to expect of people. The mother of
n boy at ids camp noticed that sev-
eral of the Instructors smoked and
she wondered If this wasn't setting a
bad example to growing boys. Mr.
Morgan replied, remarks Collier's:
"Regardless of what we may think
about the propriety of smoking, we
are obliged to recognize the fnct that
the majority of active men do smoke.
Texas and Tillman counties especla' | If you select Instructors who do not
ly. Many other counties report hea
sales and those which have not re
ported are expected to swell the
Oklahoma county's total sales to
date is $3,600, an encouraging re
turn. City merchants have put th->
seals on snle in their stores. First
returns from the mail sale Indli u
generous response from tluiso elian
While Htxson Is admittedly en
coil raged by tho opening prospect
he Issued a warning tod - agalus;
over-confidence of seal sale workers
and those interested in the healt
movement. Sixty thousand dollars
Is a large amount to raise from the;
sale of seals at one cent each and it
will take every effort of the teams1
working until the last minute to
reach that quota.
Tho seal sale started Dec. 1 an 1
lasts through the month. Proceeds
will be used by the counties In which
tbev are rnlsed fer health
smoke you limit your field and mn.v
have to do - without other desirable
qualities. Or if you ask men accus-
tomed to smoking suddenly to change
their habits and do without tobacco
for two months, the chances are that
they will slip away and smoke when
nobody Is looking. The boys are
hound to lenm of this and then they
have the example of men doing things
1 on the sly, which Is Infinitely more
| harmful than the example of smoking
would be. I don't care anything about
smoking myself, but I do light a cign-
rette occasionally before the boys so
that they won't think thnt maybe I
smoke only In secret. Nothing Is so
Important for a boy as to learn to do
whatever he does do In the open."
PARTICULAR ABOUT HER VEIL
Rummage Saleswoman Learned Some-
thing From Woman Customer
She Failed to Please.
WK IIAVE PRINTED SKINS—
'ROOM AND HOARD"
paid fcr second
Special attention to stove
and repair work—Chapman
f t tf-
We offer On© Hundred Dollars Re.Yaro
lor any case of Catar h that cannot fee
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
hall s Catarrh Medicine has been taker
by catarrh sufferers for *he '^ast thirty-
five year*, and has become known as the
'nost reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hull's
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Hlood on
the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol-
son from the Blood and healing the dis-
After you have talon Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short timr von will ^ee t
Kront Improvement in your ser.eral
health Start takins h..iv* Catarrh Mid".
£,'!*, " • ' r-n r. t r!' ol catarrh. Scn<i
The Woman Who Sees had bud no
acquaintance with rummage sale*
^ other than seeing such posted signs,
i so when she was asked to be such n
! saleswoman she was thrilled. Her
table was covered with scraps of
I silks, laces, veils, discarded collar nnd
cuff sets and things in their category.
Lnte In the afternoon a dear old lady,
i wearing an expensive Persian iamb
1 coat, came up to her nnd asked If
she had any gray veils. The Woman
Who Sees said thnt she had, and Im-
mediately produced one from among
the veil pile.
"This Is a very pretty one, and It
has a deep, lacy border; It ought to
look well on It Is such a good-
looking taupe shade."
The dear old lady held the veil up
to her face, and asked how much It
"Eight cents, madam."
"Hut Isn't It too gray for me, dear?"
"No. I shouldn't think so. Resides.
It Is the best veil I have here; no
holes In It, nnd scarcely worn."
The old lady fussed a hit, smiled,
nnd walked away. Hut In ten min-
utes she had returned nnd snlfl,
"Denr. I'm afraid the color is too
deep for my skin. Thank you."—Ex-
Read the Want Ads.
SU'K AND WOOL HOSE FOR CHRiSTMAsI
Colors are black or brown; a plain or a drop-
stitched patterni in a splendid weight; size,
V"' ' <)r 10' at. per pair__ _ $•> 0(1
Brown All Wool full fashioned Hose" an"excel-
lent weight, at, per pair si 75
Clocked Silk and Wool Hose'TiT "black 'or
Urown—-a line woven stocking that combines
warmth and good looks; at, per pair $3.00
32 Years of Reliability.
104-106 S. Rock Island. El Reno, Okla.
"Say you don't mind, Stan I Just
this once I" coaxed Stanley Davison's
charming fiancee. "It's uiy last real
fling before I settle down forever."
The man gazed smilingly dowu into
the girl's face. Was it impossible that
she should settle down? She was teu
years younger than himself and he
loved her for her very youth and live-
liness and yearned for the time when
her gay spontaneity should be definite-
ly in Ills keeping.
"Let's see, Malda, just what is tills
last ifiad lling Idea?" he asked ten-
derly, slipping nu arm about her slim
waist und drawing her close. "You
want to go oil to the boys' commence-
ment without your ring, keeping it a
terribly dark secret that you belong
to me. Am I right?"
Malda nodded a fluffy bobbed head.
"Precisely, Stan. And, of course, I'll
behave myself. Only, well, you can
Imagine bow much fun anybody's
Hiincee would have at the senior ball
and chapter dances without the man
she's engaged to. If only you could
"Wish I could, dear, but It's out of
the question." Stan spoke decisively.
"Now, how about those Irresponsible
brothers of yours? Won't they let the
cut out of the bag?"
"ill manage tlieni," promised Malda
easily. "And you're a dear, Stan. I
shall be thinking of you every single
Stnnley, If he rather doubted that
statement, did not say so.
There had been a little session with
Hob and William on the way up from
the station regarding Stanley, whose
stanch admirers they were.
"Now, Bill," pleaded Malda, "don't
mention ring. No one's to know I'm
engaged, and Stnn's perfectly willing."
"Aw, go on, Malda, that Isn't fair,"
"Let the kid alone," Insisted William,
and the matter was temporarily
Alumni day, Baccalaurate, Class
lay—the hours sped by on wings,
exciting, absorbing, colorful. Malda
danced from one frolic to another. A
dazzling galaxy of youth had consti-
tuted themselves lier escorts and she
indit,led tuuiltb and ni.t trots and leit-
Of them nil, Malda felt herself par-
ticularly drawn to Bob's roommate,
"Carter's got one case on the kid,"
Bob confided gloomily to his brother
us they struggled with collars and ties
and studs In the letter's room the
night of the Senior ball.
"Not the only one," grinned William.
"I'll say sis Is some little heart-
"Cold-blooded little creature, like
all girls," grumbled Bob. "Listen to
nie, Bill, and I'll tell you a mighty
good way to cure her. Carter would
be just the fellow to do It, too. Now,
William listened to fthe proposed
scheme In silence. Then, "Cut It out,"
be said bluntly. "Don't play with Are.
Hut at that moment the wet, tousled
bead of Carter himself was poked In
int the door. "Hey, fellows, got a
The Senior ball had gone Its gay
way for several hours when Carter
first found himself alone with Malda
on a cool, dlmly-llghted balcony.
"I say, Miss Tremalne," "will yon
Malda's heart really did lose a beat.
Where were her thoughts of her fiance
ns she scanned Carter's handsome face?
Then she drew n little half-sobbing
breath as one whom emotion overpow-
"Why—why—Carter? This is sud-
den, but I—I guess so 1"
Malda's glance was cast modestly
downward or she might have been
startled to see an expression of con-
sternation, almost horror, creep over
the fnce of the man who had Just pro-
posed. He swallowed, bit his lip, then
rose unsteadily. "This la—Is too won-
derful. I—I'm at a loss for words.
My—my good fortune—"
At thnt mcment two tall figures
blocked the balcony entrance. One was
Bob. "That you, Malda? Well, here's
What other gift is there that carries the lasting sentiment and ever in-
creasing value of Diamond Jewelry? What woman is there at Christmas
time that will r>ot find a world of pleasure in the gift of jewelry? It is the
ambition f every woman to be the proud possessor of some particular article
of Diamond Jewelry. Sec our display of Beautiful White Gold Mounted
Rings before you purchase—the prices are very reasonable.
"A DIAMOND IS THE GIFT SUPREME"
%. 200 South Rock Hand Avenue.
El Reno, Oklahoma.
ale bad just "practically promised to
marry. And there we can safely leave
them for a moment while Carter, with
a face like a thundercloud, dragged
Bob out of hearing and pitched Into
him without mercy.
"A nice mess you've got me Into,
telling me your sister was engaged
and daring me to propose to her I
Hang It, she's accepted me."
But Bob threw back his head and
laughed. "Oh, boy I" he murmured.
"I'd have given something for a sight
of you when she did It I" Then he
sobered. "Don't worry. It seems old
Bill thought It was a shabby trick to
play on her and put her wise to our
little scheme, and sis, out of sheer
deviltry, played up. Thank the Lord,
Stan chucked business and came. I'd
rather chaperon a Cook's tour of
schoolgirls than one engaged girl with-
out her rlngl"
But Malda, bubbling over, was re-
living the last few days with Stan.
"Oh, my dear, It's been just wonder-
ful. My last mad fling 1 I'm ready to
•ettle down, for I've been to my last
Senior ball, flirted for the last silly
tlma and accepted my last proposal!"
Rising over the ruins of ancient
Carthage and the surrounding hills,
rich In history, Is a modern city of
residential villas. Archeologlsts point
out that if this building Is permitted
to continue, their excavation work
will be seriously hampered, as the |
new proprlet-nrp object to Invasions Oi
their yards by workmen, no matter
what treasures of history may lie un-
derneath. Two French government
employees of the department of Tunis
lately bought a piece of ground on
the site of the old city, and before
building their house started to find
out what was underneath the surface.
After patient digging they discovered
a temple of Tanlt. Unless the French
government stops the sale, real estate
agents will shortly put on the market
some 240 acres of the site of Carthage
at a total sale price of $200,000.
WAGFNHALS AND KEIYIPEF*
HY AIVRY ROBERTS RiNEH-YRT
and AVERY HOPWOOD
at the cnr:nv theatre
MATINEE AND NIGHT
sunday, decemeer 16
White-slave t raffle was formerly ex-
tensive in Europe, America, parts of
Asia, Africa and Australia. The sup-
pression of the traffic was agreed
upon by an International treaty signed
May, 1904, by representatives of
France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, I
Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, j
Holland, Spain, Portugal, Norway nnd '
Switzerland. The United States slg-!
nlfled Its adherence to the treaty in
China's Hidden Treasures.
Recently, when the ancient walls ol
Canton, China, were razed contrac-
tors offered to do the work for what-
ever treasure the walls might contain.
Ancient coins and ornaments discov-
ered ii ude the work quite prolltabla
[ijrj a surprise."
- Malda turned quickly.
jug .Malda turned quickly. "Stan I
ijUj darling I How did you mannge?"
, j;i; drew him aside In seeming forgetful-
-!■£, ness of the others—even of the man
THE CHEERFUL O1ERU0
I w>ld Ptuti be more.
fervent in ft-cin^r my woes
And thus win ^ martyr-
But T-i^lvt m tV>e midst oF
my tr>£uuk I tkinU,
Now tKis could be put
in *. story
MAKE IT AN ELECTRICAL GIFT
That will show the very esscncc of real, down-
right interest in the recipient.
An Electric Grill
It's useful, helpful handsome; lasts for
and is constantly reminding of the giver.
The outlay for a sensible Electric Gift wi
no greater than for something useless.
Make your selection now and have it put aside
Percolators Vacuum Cleaners
Sew-Motors Chafing Dishes
Heating Pads Vibrators
And many others.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 87, Ed. 1 Monday, December 11, 1922, newspaper, December 11, 1922; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153572/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.