El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 115, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 13, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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flour is ifairy
that turor Ju«t ordinary
bakers into experts. With
>ut anj tuore cars, any
iore trouble, a sack of our
'our in the home results
in Iwtti-r bread, better bls-
, cults, better cakes, etc., on
the lahle. Why not try *
sack ami enioy the change !
El Reno Mill & Elevator Co. ^
]| fall /J (d0i
Mrs Thomas lienson ot uia Soutu
Hock Island avenue opened her piet-
t) howe Friduy afternoon to U L,
A C member*, This was an extra
meeting to aonor Mrs. Ariel Iloweil(
who will speud some liuie iu Denver#
Colorado, She was presented with a
laveilier set with rubies and pearls
After the game ol five hundred a two
course luncheon was served. Mrs
K hi, Conduitt was an additional
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Miss Mae Overstroel was in Ue
city today visiting friends. She is a
member o£ the faculty of the Enid
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Miss Elizabeth Mar tin returned
yesterday from Bedford, lowa, where
she spent tbe summer with tor
mother and lister.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jenkins ana
sons nave returned from a delightful
trip to Buffalo, N, Y. and other east,
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Miss loia llicks nas arived in the
city She spent her vacation in Bur-
lington, Wisconsin with her parents(
who moved to that city last winter.
How to Win
This we know will Interest yoa
as you all have a girl you are
"sweet" on, and would like to
know just how you stand. You
are not sure If the otner fellow
1b finding more favor than
yourself, and you spend more
time worrying over It than Is
Let us give you a little advice;
don't wait until It Is too late,
as the other fellow may step
In tomorrow and pop the ques-
tion. Call on us—select a
swell solitaire diamond ring-
pay your regular visit to her
tonight, wearing the ring, anJ
when she sees the beautiful
gem on rour finger Miss Cur.
osity will admire, ask and then
Is tiie time.
Try It, we know It will take.
Hock Island Watch
1st Door North P. O.
Miss Avenarious oi
Science Department of tlie high school
spent the summer in Iola Kansas,
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a Schaffer and daugh.
ter Marguerite who have been
uummerlng in Colorado arrived 'aome
Mr, Harry Schaffer. the oldest son
of Mr and Mrs Henry Schafer de-
parted for Ashton Va today where
All Day and
lie will enter the Randolph-Lincoln
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Mrs. W, J. Finch and daughter
Louise, returned yesterday from Col
Miss Ethel Martin who has spent
the summer with her parents Mr. and
Mrs R. D. Martini has returned to
San Antonio^ Texas Wnere she will
rvsunie her studies In a woman's col-
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The Flower Parade and Exhibit
Committee and others interested in
the Flower Show held a meeting at
the high school library Friday after-
noon and planned the detail 3 of the
parade and exhibit and made paper
flowers All were very much Inter,
jested and the Flower Parade promi-
ses to h® one 01 the most Uteautifiu/ j
events ever enoyed in El lteno. One
01 tne talented musicians of the city;
has ottered to give an evening's en-
The Magnetism of light Is a certain
modern merchandising It Is an definite
as the goods on the counter.
and dependable thing. To
Oood lighting of windows and lntftlors adds from 25 to 50
cent to the working time of your plant investment.
Oood commercial lighting today meaa3 tungsten lamps> supplied
with central station service. No other illumination is so s*fs,
clean conventeat, cool odorless und efficient
Courtsey First--Good Service Always.
108 N. Rockjlsland
EAT CABBAGE> FISH
SAUSAGE NEW BREAD
No indiyestion> Gas Sourness or Up
set Stomach if you'll take "Pape's
Costive Headachy, Bilious> Stom.
ach Soul* Breath Bad—Clean
Your Liver and Bowels.
tertaiuweul lu add U> the interest. j
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Miss iJllian Waite of the liiga
chool spent the summer Lu lowa 1
City, Storm Lake and other points 1
ol lowa arid visited in Kansas City
several days euroute to El Heuo.
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Itev. llapgood Fay will preach in r nerv0Us and upset bothered with
S•, Paul's Episcopal Church in Okla. '
l.oma City tomorrow.
Get a 10_cent box now.
You men and women who can't get
j feeling right—who have headache>
J coated tongue foul taste and foul
! breath dizziness can't 3leep are bll-
Miss Thorp of l.awtou) Oklahoma>
is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. M.
T, Moyer, She will be primary su-
pervisor of t'ne El Keuo schools,
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Mis Ella Hayes spent her summer
vacation with relatives in Iowa,
The Misifs Shaughnessy will re-
sume their classes in Piano Voice and
Violin September IB. 10 12 It
liet that hoy a school suit while you
:an get it at less than cost at Marks-
Kins Clearance Sale
T is not by chance that Stetson
is the chosen hat with virile
young men—with every man
who feels young enough to care about
getting good form in his clothes.
Men tell us that our Fall assort-
ment of Soft and Stiff Stetsons is
wonderfully complete and convenient.
Let us help you pick out your
individual block and color.
1 passed through fields ol golden
And spent a pleasant, hour,
lu looking at the berries which
Produce Maney's Marvel Flour
1 sauntered through the Canadian
And saw the pure wheat ground
And no unsanitary thing
Within the place I found.
i 1 went away and said. As long
i As It Is in my power,
; l he only brand I'll ever buy
Is Maney's Marvel Flour.
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Fresh Oysters at Kraft's.
a sick gassy disorderde stomach t
or have backache aud feel worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil?
Cascarets work while you sleep;
cleanse the stomachi remove the sour
undigested, fermenting food and foul
;ase«; take the excess bile from the
l'ver and carry out the system all
the constipated waste matter and
poison in the bowels,
A Cascaret to.night will straighten
you out by morning—a 10_cent box
from any drug store will keep your
stomach sweet; liver and bowels reg
ular and head clear for months
Don't forget the children. They love
Cascarets because they taste good—
Do some foods you fat hit back—
taste good but work badly | ferment
Ir.to stubborn lumps and cause a sick;
sour gassy stomach? Nowj Mr. or
Mrs Dyspeptic jot this done; Pape's
Diapepsin digests everything> leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. There
never was anything so safely quick,
s< certainly efective. No difference
how badly you rstomaoh is disordered
you will get happy relief In five min-
utes but what pleases you most M
at it strengthens and regulates ^
your stomach so you can eat favorite stomach disorder
foods without fear.
Most remedies give you relief some
times—tbey are slow, but not sure,
■Pape's Diapepsin'' Is quick, positive
and puts your stomach la a healthy
condition so the misery won't come
You feel different as soon as
"Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact
with the stomach—distress just van-
ishes—you stomach gets sweet, no
gases 110 belching no eructations or
undigested food you head clears and
you feel fine.
Go now make the best investment
you ever made by getting a large
fifty_cent case of Pape's Diapepsin
from any drug store. You realize in
five minutes how needless it Is to sitf-
fer from indigestion dypepsia or any
To Whom It May Concern:—Take
Notice. That on the 14th day of
October 1913, tbe underslgned) Carl
Owlke, will apply to the Honorable
1 Lee Cruce( Governor of the State of
Oklahoma at his office in Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma, for a parole from the
\! sjent^noe and committment of the
nald Carl Oelke on the 30th day of
June in the Co>mty Court of Canadian
I County State of Oklahoma, for the
1 offeuse of unlawfully selling liquor.
Flr3t Published Sept 12—30 days
I School starts Monday Sept, 1& fit
1 itie boy out In a new school suit from
. k Higgins Co ClMrame* lal*.
Come out and see the Fast-
est game this Season.
Come out and Root
and help us win
from them again.
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 115, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 13, 1913, newspaper, September 13, 1913; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90915/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.