The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 204, Ed. 1 Monday, September 13, 1926 Page: 2 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. ISM.
MAHER BROTHERS. PUBLISHERS
“ DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Pull United Prwn Rnpnrt
T. W. MAHER
J. R. MAHER
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Onre thoto »•«' a man wr,s
thin Or who thought h» wa* Whlt h
amounts to the same thlnp So h
arose anil looked about him (or som.
means of appropriating unto himself
the extra poundage for which he
yearned deep In hia heart of heart*
To hia aupriae practically every pet
son he approached upon the subject
knew of a method as efficacious as it
waa simple He began to wonder wh>
he had not known at least four or five
of these recipes himself, and set him
self down for a dumbbell
The first thing he tried was drink
inr milk. If. so they iold him. h<
would drink three quarts of milk mix
td wlih a gererous amount of crean
each day a few short weeks would
find him sending his clothes to th*
tailor for alteration. Faithfully ami
rt first, hopefully, lie imbibed his milk
One day he met a man who appeared
at a casual glance to weigh in the
neighborhood of 2ft) pounds. But th<
man, likewise, wore an optimistic ex
presaion about the corners of hi*
mouth. For years, he explained, h»-
had suffered from obesity but now all
that was to end. He had found a sure
way to reduce. He had gone on a diet
of milk and cream, cutting out ih<
heavy Btuff. such as cabbage, horse
radish, green beans and red meat.
Then it w-ns that the thin gentle
man turned to method No. 2, which
was hiking. Long walks into the open
every day where one could breath'-
the pure air of Clod’s great outdoor*
was the thing Many of his friend*
were strong for hiking. He went at
the business whole henrtedly, determ
Ined, hopefully. On the fourth i!h>
as he dragged his weary legs home-
ward from a three mile promenade,
the perspiration streaming from hi*
face, aching In every joint, he met a
man who, to (he naked eye. was un-
doubtedly the thinnest man in the
world. The exhauuled pedestrian
"Friend," he asked somewhat weak-
ly, "how much do you weigh, if I may-
ask a question that is so little of my
The little stranger beamed from
every nook and corner. “Ah!" he ex
claimed eagerly, "only 52 pounds. All
my Hie I have kept my weight down
It Is so healthy. Rut then," he added,
beaming with accelerated vigor, "it i»
easy for me. I am .a letter carriei
and walk 13 and 2-ln mlies a day."
ululates n ’thing of its own qual**- It '
begin* every day over. And he de
dares It is therefore a way of aban-
doning the responsibility of living It
i* weakening and is "a shorl cut to
Like opium, pleasure requires in-
creasing doses to get the original <-f
feet Fortunes after awhile are tnmf
fleient for the requisite amount
Happiness, on the contrary, may l.<-
thought of as a constructive program
A* In raising a building, the first
stages may be digging for the foun-
dations. nod clutter mav attend the
various primes**-* of assembling ma-
terial and working it up and fitting it
together Ihit finally w furnish and
decorate our house and move in That
is happiness. The house i* p* rnii.n
A young man and a girl emergpd
from the marriage license
"They haw taken a \*-r\ important
step,” suggested a henexoeia by-
The pull paused.
"I’.nil'll'-" they realize that,” said
another bystander. ‘ Watch them.'
The girl fixi-'l tier face while the
young man III a cigarette.—l.oui*vlUe
» ourler Journal.
TOO MUCH PLEASURE
Dr. Harry A. (Jartield tells us Am-
erican cities have altogether too much
pleasure and far too little happiness.
He urges that this condition easily
can be rectified and should he for the
bes( Interests of all concerned.
It thus appears that many of us un-
making a big mistake in making these
two words, “pleasure” and "happi-
ness” of the same species and family
Pleasure, for instauce. cannot make
us happy. It may serve a temporary
purpose, but nothing more can be e.x
pected of it than to pas« the time
away pleasantly Ir.r the day.
Happiness, on the other hand. Mr.
Garfield connects with things of per
ronnent value. Pleasure as a mode ot
dtfe Is an Incoherent, disorderly ex-
istence. It lav* no foundation, accu
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
OK.Ut me not compkin
V/Ken tkwt.rte.dl t»ll
miy wukes tx*. ,
But mty my Hope.
And krtvtly t» t.
He who ncxeruloes anything wrong |
never does very juurh.
Poverty keep* many a man from
making a fool of himself.
Thp world Is wide, hut there are
lots of narrow people In It.
Give some men a fair start and they
will take unfair advantage.
Some men never tire of doing good
—because they never do any.
We may he personally defeated, hut
our principles never.—Garrison
There are no points of the rompa»«
on the chart of true patriotism.— Win
Hardest fight In the world Is against '
gush. Most people like to sob and !
Youth Is ever reedy to give to It*
elders the full benefit of Its Inexp.-
There la no gathering the rose
without being pricked by Ita thorns —
After the verb "to love,” "to help'
la the most beautiful verh in the
Follow alter posterity wi'h a *wit.-n
and It will follow after you—or will
Suhhub* 1 *"n t you think we ought
to return *<>n •• "f the things we bor
row "1 ?
Hi* Wife Well, I wouldn't like to
(iffei.'l the i .• .hhor* they might con
slder it ,i hint that we want back tin-
thing* t.’.ev iM.rrovved <if u*
Bird Life In England
I$ Undergoing Change
The haunts of wild birds as well a«
their food, are being changed consid-
erably In Knglnnd through lac r easing
, motor traffic, the breaking up of great
foros'ed estate* for building and the
disappearance of woods, parks and
The annual report of the Ituyal So-
ciety for the Protection of Bird* add*:
"Beyond ihe margin of the land, pet-
rol-driven vessels onrdo the danger of
the motor car Inland by emptying on
every *ea an oily refuae that mean*
death to ’he sea bird*.”
The -ociei.v report! that spe. lal
perches placed on lighthouse* arounJ
the co»«t* have sa^ed the lives of
thousand* of birds during the mlgra
Heroic Mountaineer of Alberta
Jonah originated the rtah at«>ry.
Do not dls'urb the sleeping dog-
I Allegri. ____
! Before Going on Your Va-
cation — better arrange
with us for a Deposit Box,
for vour papers and valr
able silver. Come in and
*ee them. We write in-
B. D. Ashbrook, Pres.
M. A. Ashbrook, Secy.
111 N. Bickford Phone 684
I Dr. Htrry A. Meyer
5 Has Returned.
[ Over City Drug Store.
-GAS FITTING ~
Roush Plumbing & Tin Co.
Phone 208. 221 8. Bickford
Dr. Edward Greenan
Over Jones’ Drug Store
Evening by appointment
Evenings 7:00 to 8:30
Hours 9 to 12 1 to 5:30
A word to the n:h*>rwi*e I* also suf-
ficient. If the word !v accompanied by
a big stick
Usually, when you tell a man he
ba« gumption, he only smile* quietly
He knows It. i
In America, the office seek* the 1
man. theoretically It quite often
dodge* the right one.
A peculiarity of Buddhism t« that
there I* no Intolerance In It. It
doesn’t seem to care.
F.ven the Jolly old octoger.arifn j
won’t tell the hidden ailment* that
mRke his life not at all Jolly
Yob lose the company of som*
mighty nice people, sometimes, he- ,
cause they fear they will he a bore
How doe* anyone know hut thai
father wants to be Insignificant when i
there |s company? It I* hi« way of
Thi* i* Lawreii-. Gi
mnri who * c h< r
Id the Ti r quin vail* y t
fro- , the <■ p i-f R«*t ,,n .
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N.c rial Par*
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down twn pro • -• - - v
and acn-»* a r- k - , v t -he
r. ,.n weigh* •' < *t - >••* •?*
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RETURN LIMIT SEPT. 25TH
COLORADO SPRINGS $17.75
DENVER . _______________$19.75
Good in Pullmans plus Pullman faro.
This is a wonderful opportunity for a trip to the
See Rock Island agent for information.
R. L. HADLEY, Agent.
A man wn*t get a thing before he
ran forget It.—Holme*.
Tell me thy company and I will tel
thee what thou art -Cervantes
Heaven take* care that no man *e
rnres happiness by crime Aifierl.
♦ ANSTINE HOTEL
Rates on room or hoard
Nire Cool Rooms
219 E. Woodson. Ph. 27
108 N. Bickford
Prompt and courteous at-
tention to all cases entrust-
ed to our care.
Good taste and good health demand
sound teeth and sweet breath.
The use of Wrigley,8 chewing gum
takes care of this important item of
personal hygiene in a delightful,
Wrigley’s remove* odor* of dining or
smoking from the breath by cleaning the
teeth, by stimulating the flow of digestive
juices, and by the antiseptic action of the
flavoring extracts for which Wrigley’i Is
famous—“The Flavor Lasts !*
The result is a sweet breath that evidence*
care for one’s self and consideration for
others — the final touch of refinement.
Wrigley’s is a thrice duly routine of
people of refinement.
Following their traditional policy of con-
stant improvement with no yearly
models, Dodge Brothers, during the past
eight months, have vastly bettered their
motor cars in many vital respects.
Indeed, there has never been an equal
period in Dodge Brothers history when
so many refinements of a popular and
fundamental natuie have been made.
The public is registering its appreciation
cf this progressive industrial service by
purchasing every motor car Dodge
Brothers can build—in spite of the fact
that Dodge Brothers production, during
these months, has broken all previous
records by an impressive margin.
Roadster . _ _ _ $915.50 Coupe_______$970.00
Touring Car___$918.50 Sedan......$1,028.00
MER VELDT MOTOR CO.
208 South Choctaw. Phone 89.
Noble Sir Felix
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 35, No. 204, Ed. 1 Monday, September 13, 1926, newspaper, September 13, 1926; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909020/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.