El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 269, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 25, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY AMERICAN
Entered as second claa3 rn^'ter
Julv 28 i 305, at the Post Office at
El Reno, Oklahoma, under the act of
Congress of March 2, 1897.
O. G. LEWIS A < <> • I'lil'llshern.
Three Months •
Bix M.tn;hs —
PUBLICATION <" 1 l«
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good repubucan dootbinb
\ report of the Committee on Na-
tional Affairs of the Republican Club
Of New York, which ia composed oj
loading republicans of not only hi
Empire State, but the !ioK* toun'i.
is given below:
We deem It .Important ta call th<
attention of Congress and the gen-
eral public to the following fac
lating to the tariff:
Under protection this nation ha-
advanced in prosperity as never be-
Under onr Protective Tariff we
fenve Free Trade between our
States, a territory which .is commen-
surate with the size of Europe, and
Hhe practical working of our tariff
laws ha>" raised the standard of liv-
ing throughout the United St a tee.
Our industrial history shows that
whoa profits in any one line of man-
ufacture are continuously large no
monopoly can Ibe permanently main-
tained, as competition for such pro-
flu Is inevitable. This fart is fre-
quently overlooked in Tariff discus
Our mportations have in recent
years been larger than ever before
in our history, being over one hun-
dred thousand million dollars I>er
Our national finances are not In
satisfactory condition, a deficit ol
over one hundred million dollars
having lieen predicted by the Presi-
dent and the leaders In Congress.
Vhirh shows the danger of material-
ly reducing the arlff.
' It it evident that «iuv good*
which could be manufactured here,
if 'imported, woupld take l!"
place of goods wh . b should Is' man-
ufactured in the United States by
American labor, giving both the
Stale crackers are improved by
placidi.g shem in a hot oven a few mo
ments before serving.
\ f< w drops of paraffin added 1o
the blacking will aid materially in
polishing damp shoes. ,
Fresh flsli lll keep over night if
i i.. a cloth well ©oaked In
wrapped in a cimu
vinegar. tWf may be kept the aame
^ Cut flowers will keep a week or
two if placed In water In which a
small quantity of saltpeter Has Ibecn
\ spoonful of kerosene in boiled
starch keep* it from sticking, but do
not use enough to make it smell of
may be preserved from
In-:ore ftlling, they are
folded towel, soaked in
Put a few grains of rice in salt
cellars to keep the salt from cak-
ing. As Che cellar is shaken, Ithc
rice keeps the salt moving.
Breadcrumbs are used to make
poultices with in preference to the
usual Slice of bread. Crumbs and
:liiareoal formed Into a poultice will |
'leaiise and disinfect sores.
Plates and dishes put into ain oven |
or left on the range to warm, oi en I
crack They should be dipped into
hot water instead when being heated
for use on the dinner table.
If the skin becomes dry and hot
from the combined effects of sea
water end the sun, wash the face wilth
buttermilk two or three times a day.
It has wonderfully eoothlliiK proper-
The brown streak around the neck
•aused by wearing high collars, may
In. removed by using frequently the
juice of encumbers, or by tying thin
slices of cucumbers about the neck
A pretty garnish for cold meat t-
made by cutting lettuce leaves very
finely with a pair of scissors. Hie
strips should be no wider than a
blade of grass, and will form a pleas-
ing change from parsley.
Ivory knife 'handles which have
become yellow from nge and misuse
may be whitened by being rubbed
gently with tine sandpaper and then
polished with a clean piece of cha-
mois.- skin, until well polwhetj.
Whilte satin shoes may be easily
cleaned at home. Stuff out tlie shoe
in shape and rub It gently with a
soft cloth dipped in methylated spirit
repeating the application until tin
i shoes lare perfedtly clean.
' Instead of putting the food int<
MISS REBA GUTELIOI
Office Phone 17
Residence Phoii£ 386
And what is so rare as a day ill
Then, if ever, come perfect days;
Then Heaven tries the earth if it be
And over it so:tly he warm ear
nil. m>M \N\
A gypsy maid, her gay dress fia>
Her home the wagon 'in the glade
Her small hands brown, her slim
Wild bloom she twines with tum-
Lips pouting, black eyes laughter-
De&ant if t!he world upbraid.
Her wayward, vagrant will obeyed
As life's one law, how free from
A gypsy maid!
.No cross of custom on her laid,
fc-he never social tribute paid.
Akin to all most free and fair,
Formed ever wild delight to share
She pities slaves of form and
A gypsy maid!
Stokely S. Fisher in Gunthers.
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The Congregation^ .Ladies Aid
Society will meet w th Mrs <\ L-
Wellman on South HofT lhursda>
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Utile Miss Pauline Hardeman of
Kt. Reno, was the guest of Miss Vir-
ginia MoC.le, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs John McGie on South Hob-
erts, this afternoon.
Mrs. K. 11 Cockrell is entertaining
Miss Inez (lose of Hennessey. Okla.,
for a couple of days.
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\ti>. \ W. Karnest aru1 Mrs .1. 1'.
rsutellu* will entertain the it >ek h-
j m a Aid Society . the Earns*,
idn-ce on South itibe: .s avenue
Mr. and Mrs.* "clarence Sidney
rim th departed Sunday for Indian-
apolis, lnd„ to visit ait the home of
Mr. Smith's parents. Later they
vill go to Green Hay, Wis., '•■• re
they will make their future home.
Mrs. Walter H. Mart n was a
charming hostess to the Five linn
died Club this afternoon. All niem-
. were present to enjoy the a.-
ternoou. Large hum lies of red and
white roses made attractive decora-
lions. the color scheme .being also
earned out in the hand painted score
c,.ds and elegant two course lunch-
■ in served to the following mem-
bers' Mmes. V. H. Allee, L. O. Hig-
gins, 1. Adams, J. Hatchett. 1,. Car-
ter, It. It- Davidson aind M. Cope.
Mist etoe Chapter No. ii. Old. i
Eastern Star held an interesting ses-
sion last evening. The attendance
was good, the work well done and
at its close delicious refreshments
were served by the refreshment com-
mittee. social converse closed a
ven delightful evening. Mistletoe
Chapter meets regularly every second
fourth Monday evening of each
month. Visiting members in the city
are cordially invited to attend the
chapter meetings, and bona tide resi-
dents are invited to deposit their
dimits and become members of this
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Htnn enter-
tained Miss (Luella St/allard, Miss
Flora McConkay, Mr. Hammock, of
El Iteno and Mr. Earl Hoover at 12
o'clock dinner Sunday. A tall vase
of roses adorned the center of the
table and the dinner served was a
very delectable one—Enid Eagle.
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The gill who has not many assets
to make her appear Interesting finds
a fruitful one In keeping abreast of
[he times. She Is posted on what
Is going on around her, especially in
her home town, and knows a fair
share of the big things that, happen
n the world. It is the boast of
some girls that 'they never read
newspaper. They declare they leave
all that for their father, and they
know just as much of what is going
on as he tells them. These same
girls are all pretty and have wealth
yet It is an opinion shared by nearly
all their friends that they are dull
and uninteresting. Whenever any
.new subject Is brought up they sit
hack and listen. If some one asks
them a question they answer, I
don't know." The only things they
can talk about are clothes or what
occurs in their home life, and so Ut-
ile of that is worth repeating that
people se.dom look forward to meet-
ing 'them. There will be nothing no-
vel or new i/n the situation. They
never have anything worth whilf
talk a'iiout, and after all, it is the
girl who is a good conversationalist
who is the welcomed addition
You Mr. Railroad Man
are interested in
THE HOMF. FOR AGED AND
DISABLED RAILROAD MEN
Buy the HEADLIGHT Overall. Give
your size tickets to the secretary of your
lodge. He will mail them to the Home.
The Headlight Will Pay
the Home for them.
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
STAR CLOTHIER 118 S. Rock Island
Miss Dora Carroll of Oklahoma
City came over from Oklahoma City
this morning to visit her friend, Miss
American labor, giving botn . i" " ■ " - ,
pioyment and the cash to our own the oven k * I iIU^ ^
workmen, for the prosperity and -en ti! boiliiK
building of our communities. | setting itt over a . . (|K)d
It is Important not to forget Lin-^wai.or. I his i
. • civit statement covering the'hot anul prevent Its -
entire &*£ that "if we importj T, enameled bathjjj ake
Iron from Europe we have the Iron
and they have our money, while ii we
manufacture the Iron here we have
oth the Iron and the money.
While it is wise to reduce certain
schedules and raise others, so that
duties may lie adjusted to equalise
the difference of production cost in
this country and foreign countri. -
and provide for reasonable profits
to American producers, it til
.vitas true .that Congress slum..I
Mike no steim to encourage the ini
porta l Ion of any manufactured good,
that mr. be manufactured here.
We urge that when such r. ad.in
jnenta of •ctlieduU's as ma - ■
ViM by Congress are made, the U>'
publican party sha > declare (that
there must be no further i i..f.
juetment to a considerable ni. ' 1
In our jurgmcnt, the ■ <'
needs conimer. ial • ■'
for*', we protest U'.lill '
nient of a - " all1
1 teaspoon: nl
mix thorough 1
t bolt tie for thi
rubbed on the fat
eral times a day.
and let it
Attorney Jerome has gi •
and irnquallfled denial t
that he is to be a candi
major of New York thi'
The Wage Worker's Dollar
Often represents hours
of hard labor : :
When that dollar is spent it should
command its fullest buying power.
We are constantly striving to give
you a larger dollar's worth than
you can get elsewhere.
Bring your dollar and we'll show you
pnSHOE'S NOVELTY STORE
1 O'J S. Hock Island /Iveiiue
The Store for Everybody
..mini """""""" ■•'■***•«' " " '*
Did you get a Spring Suit?
Has a full line of spring suits in
up-to-date styles and patterns at
very low prices.
Sole Agents for the Walk-Over Shoe
I. RABINOWITZ & CO.
El Reno, Oklahoma *
"Q3" Hair Tonic
Guaranteed to Cure
Dandruff. 50c and
SI.OO Bottles. Sold
It/tiller - Jones
112 S. RocK Island, Phone 69
CONSERVATIVE INVESTMENT CO.
of El Reno, Oklahoma
We make 6, 7 or 10 year loans 011 Farm Propert>. Option
given to pay all or part at any interest-paying date.
PATES THE LOWEST
COME AND SEE CS
1 remove Superfluous Hair by
I-'lectroh ms. Moles Blemishes of
f the Skin, Treat Scalp Diseaaea,
Ha'i Kh' 1rie.1l Tnatment, Hydro
1! M.i-'-.i^ . MiiniettriitR.
M us. 1 a t 11a. M11 a a .H,
(1st put'. May 19—lOd)
To the Stockholders of the El Reno
Wholesale Produce a-1 '1 Cold Stor-
age Company of B1 Heno, Okla.:
Villi are hereby notified that the
annual meeting of the above named
,..,i|Hir.,i on will 1«' held on the 1st
day of June, 1909, at the hour of
I ? wo o'clock 011 said (lay at the office
' • V/'h-wander H ilty Company,
El Heno. 01<
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meet; if they Mmul.l all die ...ninl.t, !■'> many "f ii" '
leave enoutsli •« «>* f<"' <,"'ir ","1 a Kr'" , r>' 1,1,1
11< \% ninny?
I carry I.IFE INSl ItAM'l !•" m- my
not s,iftlcient to maintain ,„y ivife and child.e,. should 1 l«
Uikcn from them.
Let the CGt-Gnava KATIOIVAL LIFE
ASSURANCE COMPANY help you.
RILEY MITCHELL, A:jcni
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