The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1924 Page: 3 of 4
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OR. P. I MYERS
Office in Hatchett iiuthltag
Ml 11 S Rock island
Offics ts4 Phonon Ron. IN
NaitMil Batten Servict
At Rother's tiarags
C (• TOBIA». Pro*.
Wi GIVI COMMUNITY
Cot tin In your Bnttnry Wnrh.
All OUT OF SORTS?
In Wns This El Rono Woman Whs
Tolls Hnr Kiperiretn
•B BNI* « «hn
m Amh deem hoot In
(motor port of Mo
toon trying to led (
That <MB>|Mwr vha has written §
symphony glorifying I ho steam Men*
the might ho ahlo to AMI aaaaatMBf
ntchMii..us in 11*0 ear splitting apottor
of the motorcycle.
Scientists sre said tn ho planting
the use «.f an srtih«Hnl kidney, and
eventually they should he ahlo tn oop-
l>ly the market with guaranteed. Mind
srdiied hearts sad llrm.
All too often women accept
nnina and achoa
no*. They fail
kidneys are often
women accept that!
an natural to thnu
to realito that wank
n to blame for thni
icadachts, dizzy apelli
ckache, those headaches, dizzy apelli
nnd that tired, depressed feeling
Thousands have found new health
atrength by helping the weaka
kidneys with Doan’s Pills—a stimulnn
diuretic. This El Reno case ia onn <
Mrs. L. J. Wainscott, 712 W. Lonaoa
St., says: "My kidneys got out ol
order and I had nagging pains in my
>ack. When I stooped about my house-
work it brought on dizzy spells. I had
g miserable, dull, languid feeling. I
used Doan's Pills and they greatly
Price 60c, at all dealers. Donl
aimply ask for a kidney remedy—gal
Doans Pills — the same that Mra
Wainscott had. Fostcr-Milburn Co,
Mfrs., HutTalo, N. Y.
READ AND USE THE WANT A08
100 N. llit k(uni.
l*i.i k ami Ilians ...........
Crystal White Roup. 10 for
Old Master Coffee
j Ilia, light Syrup
5 lbs. Calumet ...
12 H>s. Sugar .....
(Published in Cue El Ueao Daily
Democrat October 0. Hi Sit. 1124)
In tbc Countv Court of Canadian
In tin- mutter of the estate of liar-
low II. Corbin, UeceaaeU.
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL
NOTICE I* hereby given that J. C.
Snyder, the Uulv appointed and qual-
ified administrator of the estate of
Harlow II. Corbin, deeensed. hvs
ii'iidered and presented for final
•etllemept and filed in Ibis eourt bis
.icroir.il and report of the admiulstra-
tion of such administrator together
"Polka will discover a poor karael
in a good ahell. !l It’a there — hat
they uc hoi look at the kernel tf the
shell looks bad."
V mv that Ram «%v
ft* m Bay M
Being well dressed a such m
easy mutter in hath effort end
expouditure, fAcf excuses art
Take Pride In lour
tarns iu suits for full.
Prince of Wales
Prices from $25 up
EL RENO, OKLA.
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Me «f iMUk.r«k
kr and Mrs Harry Morsfe Mr.
and Mrs. Eirl Wnodhouse and Mr.
ai.-l Mra. R. J. Thompsot. aspect to
motor to Oklah-una city Friday aa-t
attend the Shrine ceremonial.
6IRLS! HAIR GROWS
THICK AND BEAUIIRIL
38-Cent “Oanderlne* Does Wendera
for Lifeless, Neglected Hair
A k lea my mam
of luxuriant hale
full of gloss,' lus-
itre and life
.a genuine toning
'up of neglected
seatph with de-
Fulling h a t r,
Itching scalp and the dandruff la
corrected Immediately. Thin, dry,
wispy or fading liulr I* quickly in-
vigorated, taking on new strength,
color nnd youthful heuuty. "Dander-
Ino" is delightful on the hair; a re-
freshing, stimulating Ionic — not
sticky qr greasy! Any drug store.
Government figures show:
Chesterfield has 6l %
of the total increase in
cigarette sales this year
Such popularity must
he deserved !
Liggett & Mvkb* Tobacco Co.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 34, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1924, newspaper, October 9, 1924; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909184/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.