The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 186, Ed. 1 Monday, April 14, 1924 Page: 4 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
BRISTOW. Okla. April 14.—W. H.
Herman, chief of police here, is an
entry in the “luckiest man” class.
While walking townward early one
morning last week, a man drove up
the curb a short distance ahead of
the chief, killed the engine in a
Rivver and departed the scene with j
Such actions rocked the chief and
he investigated to find * do/.en fnt
rhickpns in a sack in the rear of the
machine. Herman chained
flivver near the city hall nn.i fed
the chickens ^before attenuating to
find tho owners. Unless the fowls
are claimed quickly Herman knows
what will happen to the fowls, hut
the car will be held for tho call of
tho owner in person or for the sum-
mer touring season.
7:45 P. M. Evening prayer, peniten-
tial office and sermon.
4:00 P. M. Holy Baptism.
7:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
10 a. in. Childrens service
distribution of plants.
11 a. m. Holy Communion
There will bo no evening service
on Easter Sunday.
JOHN A. GARDNER. Pastor.
WILL DELIVER ADDRESS
• Shanty" Hagan will deliver an ad-
dress tonight at the W. O. W. hall
In the city hall building under the
auspices of tho Visible Government
WANT ADS ARE CASH
LASSIFIED WANT A
,FOR SAliE—Houshoul ftirnfcure.
stoves, etc. 509 so. Bickford. 15p
FOR SALE—Good four year old
Shorthorn cow. 603 So. Hadden. Tel
ephone 603J. 14c
FOR SALE—Queen Ann Walnut
Dining Room Suite 9x12 Wilton vel-
vet rug. Plano, Vlctrola etc. Phone
712 J 800 South Ellison. lfip
FOR SALE— One dozen laying hens
Phone 1007J. 2tp
FOR SALE -Four room house, mod-
ern, 801 S. Miles. 16p
jyjvtK graham bonner.
YOUNG MR. ROBIN
Tears Mr Robin looked at young
Mr*. Rubin »:.d smiled a robin's amile.
There was Just a little expression
around Ids beak which said quite
".Nice about here. Isn’t It?"
And she returned his smile too. with
an express,'*• which seemed to say:
“You silly young Rohln, now you
know I gr.-e with you! Rut atlll It Is
pleus.iiu to thtnk of how nice It la
Young Mr. Rohln and Young Mr*.
Rohm were nut fu»sy *Wout their home i
n< >t. Young Mr*. Robin was not the
kind to say:
"Now I've Just cleaned up the place
and spent hour* over It an don't get It
And Young Mr. Robin waa not tbe
kind to say:
"Why don’t you pay more attention .
to your housekeeping and In making
the place look pretty and neat as some
bird wives do?"
No, he was not the kind to say any
such a thing.
If the home nest was somewhat un-
tidy neither of them cared.
Neither of them was fussy and
neither of them was particularly tidy
about having every twig Just ao.
He could upset things—or not ar- |
range them nicely and Mrs. Robin j
would never say to him:
"Lsn’t that Just like a gentleman i
robiu -no consideration in helping to I
make the place look nice after I’ve!
slaved nlL day long."
No, she would never say anything
like that to him.
They did not scold each other. They ;
did not get angry with each other.
They did not quarrel. If they hadn’t
the most beautiful home In the world
It didn't bother them.
Life was too filled with sunshine
and song and worms to get unhappy |
over trifles which really didn’t count ;
for so very much after all—not to
robins at any rate.
Young Mr. Robin and Young Mra |
Robin were always particular to look I
very neat themselves.
They bathed Joyously, and even when |
a rainy, chilly day came along they
didn’t excuse themselves by saying:
"It’s a bit raw and cold for bathing j
today ’’ No, they were particular to j
be nict and clean themselves.
And they enjoyed the sunshine Just ;
as much as any could enjoy It.
They didn’t get cross though when j
It was raining—for after rain the
Empey Hardware Company
Detroit Jewel Ranges
Commencing Today Continuing Thru Wednesday
For the home that is neat and complete-for 1924
The White Range Is the Right Range
Hard as a Diamond—almost!
Smooth as polished marble! So
white—So easy to keep clean! Sil-
very. shining, solid nickeled cor-
nel's, braces and faces—same as
silver nuggets, polished to per-
Easy to Lgarn All About and Do
Wonderful Cooking On
Is the Right
Guaranteed Rust Proof Linings in
all of Oven and Broiler
Heavy, fireproof Pyrex panels on
Oven Doors—You can see your
cooking plain as day. No door
need be opened while baking or
Roasting. No burning blasts to
burn your face—no heat wasted—
no time lost—No guessing wheth-
er your baking is "DONE."
Browning or Burning! You see
at a glance—and know.
Free with each range sold during this demonstration 10 piece
Set Genuine Pyrex Baking Ware
Tuesday evening April 15th the
Grand Master and secretary of the j
Grand I/>dge of Oklahoma "ill he
our guests at Masonic Temple. AH j
Masons are urged to be present as
matters of importance will demand
GRANT NICHOLS, W. M.
FOR RENT—Very desirable light
housekeeping rooms. Phone 34<*\V.
1A)ST—Masonic pin. Reward. Re.
•turn to Democrat. 17p
for lawn and garden work
Phone 9"I\V. 15p
Mrs. O. 8. Jackson who Is at 8t.
Anthony’s hospital in Oklahoma
City, Is improving nicely mid she
may be able to return home the lat-
ter part of the week.
CHRIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
10 A M. Morning prayer an,i ante I
4:15 P. M. Evening prayer and ad
10 A- M. Morning prayer, penitential
office and aotecommunlon.
7:45 P. M. Evening prayer, peniten-
tial office and address.
Maunday Thursday ....
10 A- M Holy Communion.
10 A. M. Morning prayer, peniten-
tial office and anteeomniuiilon.
12 Noon to 3 P. M. Three hour Pass-
,s used in
JfT* «S MI,.,
*'I am. i nt t *h**
Young Mr. and Mra. Robin.
earth was soft and the worm* were
There were advantages In rain Just
as in sunshine.
After a time there came some young
little roblna, younger, much younger
than even Young Mr. Robin and Young
They squawked and made a great
deal of noise, but Young Mr. Robin
and Young Mrs. Robin never became
Dervous or cranky.
They never said to each other:
"Can’t thoae children learn to be
Instead they said:
“What a dear, healthy, gay family
And they taught them Robin lessons,
but there never were any times when
the children had to stay In after robin
Young Mr. Robin and Young Mrs.
Robin were too snxlona to play them-
And Young Mr. Rohln gave Young
Mra. Robin the nicest of worms and
helped In getting food for the children,
which mode Young Mrs. Robin say to
herself again and again: "Tweet-
tweet, what a dear he is!”
W. B- A.
The W. R. A. will hold their social
meeting in the 1. O- O. F- hall to-
morrow afternoon at 2:30. Enter-
tainment "and refreshments.
Jessie Thompson has filed suit In
the district court for the sum of j
$20,000 against the Oklahoma Rail' j
way Company. Her brother Clifford
Thompson, by his father C. C.
Thompson, has also filed suit
against the railway company for the
sum of $1440.
The petition states, that the auto
in which Miss Thompson and her
brother were traveling, was struck
ll»y an intemrban car in Oklahoma
City on December 1. 1923, and both
wore seriously injured in the collls-
Little Girl (to grandfather)—Gmnd-
pa. why don’t you grow hair on your
Grandpa—Well, why doesn’t grass
grow on a busy street?
Little Girl—Oh, I see; It can’t get
up through the concrete. •
Under the auspices of tlie Visible
Government T.cngue “Shanty" W.
M. Hagan will speak at the W. O.
W. Hall Monday cvenig at 8:00
o'clock on the topic of American
' Ideals. All members of tho Visible
j Government League and their friends
I ar« invite* : Come out and laugh
with Shanty, come out and cry with
Shanty. You will lie entertained, in-
mru« led and made a better Ameri-
THE UTMOST PLEASURE
Whether you are a follower of the national game of base bn
—a wlclder of the racquet—or enjoy a game of golf we are sin
you will be in need of now '‘tools’’ for your out door summer spor
We have a complete stock ready for your inspection, ami i
vrte you to look it over.
110 East Woodson
Hard to Understand
Johnny—Huh! I bet you didn’t have
a good time at your birthday party
Willie- That's all you know about
Johnny- Then why ain’t you sick to-
DEMOCRAT WANT ,ADS PAY
Young Lady Were you pleased
with the new school, little boy?
Little Boy—Naw! They mnde me
wash my face and when l went home
do* dorg bit me 'cause he didn't know
EVERYBODY IN EL RENO IN-
VITED TO EAT WITH MR.
W. K. KELLOGG
Sounds like a big order, an in-
vitation to everybody ir. town. Well,
!i Is. but the Kellogg Coiipaiiy have
worked it out so that there will be
no crowding and r.o confusion. They
want every family to try their de-
licious Corn Flakes, fresh from the
ovens at Battle Creek, Michigan.
No one even has to go and get
them. Mr. Fredrick of the Kellogg
Company la In town and he is going
to give a generous size sample pack-
age to every home in El Reno. Lis-
ten for the tingle of your doorbell—
it is probably Mr. Fredrick with a
package ol K.uogg Corn Flakes for
yj. ' *. ""iinn
Tills griftlenien’s object In life
seems to be making people happy.
He says the Kellog Company wants
everybody to benefit 'by Kellogg
Corn Flakes and It Is up to lilm to
see that they do. Corn Flakes Is
what the name implies, corn prepar-
ed In one of its most tasty forms
and a food so prepared as to be re-
lished by grownups ns well as the
children. And how the children do
love It not only for breakfast but
for every meal and between meals,
'Out in Battle Creek. Michigan where
the Kellogg Company is located it
is a mighty Interesting sight to see
Corn Flakes made. The Kellogg
kitchens cover over twenty acres of
ground and would be the envy of any
There are fifteen hundred skilled
employees who do nothing else hut
tfrepnrc Kellogg cereals for the
world to eat. They work hard too
for it takes work to prepare over a
million packages of food a day for
the world to eat.
Mr. Fredricks extends n hearty In-
vitation to ihe folks In El Reno to
visit the home of Kellogg’s the larg-
est manufacturer of ready *> eat
food in the world. And thnsi wno
cannot do this are invited to enjoy
the package of Com Flakes Mr.
Fredrick will leave with you while
he Is here.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 186, Ed. 1 Monday, April 14, 1924, newspaper, April 14, 1924; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909064/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.