The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 181, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 28, 1928 Page: 2 of 4
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Good-bye, they aay where ere they part.
Good-bye. until tomorrow.
Good-bye. Good-bye, when hearts are hitht
Good bye. Good-bye in aorrow
Good bye. Good-by e! It’i every w here.
The old and young tofether,
On crow ded car and buey atreet.
In fair and stormy weather.
Good-bye, Good-bye, and mil Good-bye'
l often wonder why
They alw ays say tHe selfsame thmf
Good-bye. and still, Gdod-bye.
"Good-bye means God be with you.
The ancient records say.
•'May hands divine protect you
And guide you all the way.
If all men knew what Good-bye means.
And meant what they are saying.
The world would have more kindliness.
Less robbing and betray ing
So sped the day when all shall say,
When ere they chance to part.
"Good-bye! May God be with you. friend
With understanding heart.
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1928
. . EDITOR
ELRENO DJULt DEMOCRRI
MAMIN BNOTHtftg. RUSLIBHlEl
DAILY EXCEPT BUNDAY"
Full United Pn ‘
T W MAHEK - - .
LAY MAHER. - - ._
In City (Ey Cacrtar)
On* Month------- —
Thres muothi ----——-----
On* Year--------------------« ••
By Mall In Caunty
Bli Months —------------------
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Outside of Caunty
Sir Month! ...................
Qua Yaar .... — ***
Bona eaterprlainc automobile con
cam can tnhe the lead la advertiatug
tha aeceaatti of #***7 family buying
■ ear* ain't car.
It docent work out by mathcruat
i,-*, but It Is our liapraaaina U*er*
art tnora chicken croquettes In the
world than chlcktru.
A Hollywood correspondent »«y*
famlnlna film star* tnkc uo rxrrrlaa.
Why should theyT Thai* what thry
pay Ihetr doutd.« for.
no mat tar at haw many wsddlug*
a man may errVa as uabar. ha ta *1
uruys mora «r taaa befogged •« hla
Houta follow tha nd'lca III tha song,
about tailing a amlle I* yur unihral-
la. while oihar* who go over the I*11*
u«e a larga rubhar hull.
I'lueslflad. oaa day. par word .. 01
Classified, three days, par word OS
Display, column Inch-------- M
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•*Orrman Predict* Food fmm Wood."
goma of U U»tat 1th# that now.
Thare scctas to ha nothing new laft
to ,-rusa tha Atlantic In now. but la-
"Lightning navar strlkaa twice In
the same place." Bum not thacw la
no tame place.
Ry right# tha respective seasons
native strawberries and corn on the
c«>b should dovetail.
Tha hardest part of being a parent
Vn*i«t» In leaching tha hid atandard*
you don't use yourself.
Real ratate values hav# failed to
record the tnrreaeed demand for tha
itady lid# of th# pt rr«L
A Chlcnga court has held that
"man la always the wooer ” Well, any-
how, be always thinks he Is.
A good many people attack tha other
man for hla religion when they have
none of their own to apeak of.
for tha momeot even Mussolini ta
found in a secondary position. Ha la
as able dictator; but not an aviator.
Tha adage about the cloud and tha
stiver lining la particularly applicable
to a shower that pula out a foraat Brw.
Science may make aynthatlc lum-
ber of corn, hot It will hav# aome
difficulty reproducing a aynthatlc toot
Turkish women hnve removed their
velle, but compared to thetr Ameri-
can aWtrre they hav* only begun to
When two men arc enftiged In a
long and enrnc«t dlnco*<dnn >!"**«• t
day*. It U Hkcly that ‘hey httvr
ditched polltlca for ll-h.
About the only girl now *'»> I*
careful about the "ay *b«- *11* down
la one who took her ftr*t borw-bm k
rldlug Iraaua the day before.
Trotsky is dencrll>ed aa being a saar. i
of verj few words After looking at
a lluaalan dictionary we don't htame
I'ollihluns know they can't fool alt
tha |M*ople all of tha lima, hot that 1
do*-# not prevent a«>u»e of them frou;
What we wiint to know I* whether
the milkman haa lo run up M flights
to deliver milk st the “sky srrapar
Sciential* have found germ* In
crease ilielr *|N>«d under a red light
I crtallily, ami sonic of them are drlv
Wc mn>.l hold ourselves In ftadl
irv, fur • SI lie* of , I < 1 !• III*. It
scims i'hlna now bus dlatrlcia i tilled
Another hint on how to pre-.rve
nur Insect eating song Idnl*. not to
mention tha high priced goldllsh. 1* to
buy tha cal some Mi cent liver.
Dance marathon couple* have .......
known to dance with ea.lt oilier for
more than hour*. Thai * longer
thau aoioa couple* remuln married.
It la predicted that eventually all
new*|«spers will lie Idue In color
Mauy of them, however, will doubt
le«s reserve tha right to be yellow III
Hall hath no fury Ilka a stout worn
an who has been taking a reducing
treatment, then get* on the aenlet and
flnda She has gained live pound* lu a
An average mile of railway line !■
l ulled Stale* la-1 year handled j
IMV.II pii**eug.r train* and seveu
freight train* each day.
S returned nrmv "fiber dc*erlhea
V I .lino a* "Jn*l n IMtle prowler back
Id h .. * i...... iin i HI*" He »hould
I. i > c add. >1 " w ll b
RUslog. »aj* * prominent Foropeaa
laveatlguior, la r«-cpoad^# far pyor-
rhea. And pyorrlK*. according lo the
hack pag.-a of th* rnaglilmM, I* n
sponsIM* for atatlMIc*
An Atnsrlcan has mads mors than
H.OUO.OOO on lead paoella la Soviet
llusala. Thl* .-oiivlnce# u# Umt *t
last the Holthevlhl are eerloualy un-
dertaking lo figure It out
Old Egyptian Stahl*o
Found by Excuvaton
Idgg.ng Otl feet heueath a tourist
headquarter* si Sakkhara, Egypt, the
eiiwdlllno of tha Metropolitan Mu
■cum of Art haa uneorlhed a number
of atone «phymseu and rtatue*. lhe
building ai.KKl close to the rulna ol
the temple of gueen liatshepaut, und
was recently vacated so that archeolo
g'at* might esplor# the all*. The
stone sculpture, roughly broken, dales
back to the Sliteenth century. I» C.
*bill Queen Hutsbepaut was over
thrown by Thutmo*e HI. Hy lhe new
king s orders, all itatue* of lhe fallen
queen were ordered mutilated and
smashed, and lhe beautifully carved,
smiling fine* of the queen were thor-
oughly battered by workmen wherever
they found representations of her. Of
the various stntue* found In the quar-
ry underneath the tnurl*t reMhouse,
i nly two have Men restored to tlo-lr
original state. These arc red granite
llolue* about *• fool high.
A Way Out
"Ta never happy unless Fm brtoh
log Into song."
"Why don't yon gat th# key. and
,„a won’t hav a la brash In. '—Pear
Rome of tha people you would least
eipect could do It *re aid# to cut up
linoleum for the kitchen floor so the
pattern comes out Just rlghL
The Office Cynic sets no sooner
has he decided definitely In hla own
mind eiaetly who la the world's worst
movie $«1or then another pops up
Florida la And to report a T* Olde
ll»,lie Doggo Shnpite, a thing totne
of u* had been dreading for a year
or two, m»t caring for antique hot
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We offer safe invest
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Ill North Bickford
Cures Chills and Fever,
Intermittent, Remittent and
It Kills the Osrms.
i Bilious Fever due to Malaria
The escape of two Sing Slug con
riots 1* declared lo have been ”m>*-
terlnu* ’ Well, certainly It w:i* not
right of them lo full !<• notify the
A mysterious brondcu icr I* mj-.il
fylng everyImuIj In ii southern town
by broadcasting ip,**,P m,'r ,l"‘ rui11"-
Isn't the radio a little Ml »h>w for
After standing lu n telephone booth
for 15 minute- the other afternoon, the
Office Cynic any a he doesn't under-
stand why anylrndy had lo Invent a
fire less cooker.
Rome of u# have day* when w# Im-
agine that the Idea of nationalising
all private property be*un P***-
yet THEY SATISFY*
fc-w-wrrilEN we purchase over 100 million pound*
of choice tobacco from one crop, it means
that regardless of cost, we are going o? he sure
of the quality of the tobacco in Chesterfield ciga-
rettes. In this way wc insure ( heste riicld s : <>d tavre.
Millions of dollar’s worth of fine tobaccos —
ageing, maturing and sweetening in storage there
is no better safeguard than t! i>.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 181, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 28, 1928, newspaper, August 28, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909071/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.