The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 203, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1927 Page: 1 of 4
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The calisthenics oi Jack and Gene in the Windy City Thursday night may result in a Jack and Jill affair
Weather forecast to-
night, Fair; Thursday,
fair anl slightly warm-
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
Sun rises . 5:47 A. M.
Sun sets 5:59 P. M
Moon rises 2:30 A. M.
UNITED PRE8S SERVICE
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21. 1927.
UNITED PRE88 8ERVICE
DATE IS SET
Jurors haro been summoned and
the docket announced for the Kail
term of District Court, which is sched-
uled to begin on Monday, October 3,
when tlie first criminal case will he
called. The civil docket Is not quite
complete and will he announced In a
few days according to Court Clerk
The criminal docket follows:
Monday. October 3:—A. H. Pittman,
domestic fowls; Lydge Jones, burg-
lary; Wade Chambers, grand larceny.
Tuesday, October 4:—Chas. Saun-
ders, chicken theft; U. A. Halley,
driving car while intoxicated; A. H.
Pittman, assisting prisoner to escape;
Wiley Bruton, second degree burg-
Wednesday, October 5:—Wiley
Bruton, second degrees burglary, two
cases; Frank L. Tolbert, refusing to
support children; E. V. Allen, larceny
Thursday, Oct. 6:—Frank Miller,
first degree rape; Mrs. T. J. Martin,
second degree burglary; Charles Wil-
liams. theft of auto.
Following is the jury venire for the
El Reno: Lee Allen, F. C. Boever,
A. E. Cook, W. F. Finn. Steve Jack-
son. J. W. Lorenzcn: I’. H. McGuire;
Johu T. Naylon; C. G. Peterson. Mc-
Lain Taylor; J. S. Watson; A. it.
Warner; W. E. York; G. F. Youm.
Yukon—J. V. Cavener; Lee Flor-
ence; J. W. Rhodyback; Chas. Seg-
ment; Ed Smith; W. E. Shedeck; S.
A. Simmons; F. J. Wellner.
Geary—C. L. Graham.
Piedmont—Albert Spechi; Garfield
white. * i 9 1 |'
Calumet—Frank Barrett; G. B.
Crump: Wm, D. Hass; 0. O. Hobson;
E. C. Todd; C. W. Van Gundy; B. It
Union City—John II. Dunkle Hoc
Stevens; J. A. Webb.
Minco—F. E. Burkey.
Banner—C. H Stubbs.
Okarche—Arthur Dow; E. B. Hoeb-
ing; John Jauensteln; H. W. Krel-
mler; Herman Sehellstede; C F,
Resident of Tulsa
Recovers Car Here
A Ford coupe was found in Legion
Park Tuesday morning by deputies
fioin Sheriff Shacklett's office, was
(ientified today H. it. Ridenour of
TuNa, as a car that was stolen from
him Monday morning, at Tulsa.
The cai was abandoned at the
Park Monday night, after tjie- battery
un! two front tires hud been removed
in a certain section of the rPy there
is a family composed of father,
mother, and six children, and it is in
lire need of a mattress. The father
is a common laborer, but has been
j handicapped l>> sickness in the fam-
ily. At present two of tli - chiMrcn
ire ill wlih typhoid.
If you have a serviceable mattress
for tliis family, let the Salvation At ray
i know about it. Phone 951-W.
MY Household Furniture for sale at
one , 517 South Miles.
AT COUNTY FAIR
DANCE Jackson Hall. Wednesday
night. ‘‘The Ramblers” orchestra.
Adm. f 1.00, ladies 10c.
Tubes und batteries testetl free,
l.anman Welding and Maeli., 318 N.
We do Picture Framing One day
service. Hahn Funeral Home Phone
177. 201 South Barker
Farmers t’nion Meeting
The Reno local nr the Fanners
Union will hold an Important business
meeting Wednesday night at S o'clock
at the Reno school house. All mem-
bers are urged to I* present. Henry
Wm. Penn—5 cents—A Good Cigar
JUNIOR CHOIR PRACTICE
Herewith is published partial list
; >f winners a: the reeenl Canadian
’onlily Fair. Th list will he eon-
intied fioin day to day un» 11 com-
DEPT. “A" CATTLE
Bull 3 years or over; 1st. A. D.
Ongli.-di and Sons. El R< no; 2nd,
!. 1: McCann, f'ulumet.
Bull senior calf: 1st. H. B. Me-
Bull, junior calf; l«i. A. D. Eng-
isii nd Funs; 2**1. H. I! McCann,
low. j i ars or ov- r, l.-t. H. B. Me-
‘anti: Jiul. A I). English and Sons.
Cow. 2 years, under 3; 1st. H. B.
vfet'anir 2nd, A. T). English and
HeilVi. junior yearling; 1st. A. D.
5ni 11 h and Sons; Snd, H. I: Mr-
Heif-r, Junior calf; 1st, II. It. Me
Grand Champion bull, A. I). English
Grand Champion cow. A D. English
Graded lb-rd, 1st, II. II McCann.
Gel of one ire. 1st. II. B .McCann.
Produt ■ of one cow I t. A D. F.ug-
-li aud S'>n«; 2nd. H. B. McCann.
Lot 2, Hereford Indv.
Bull, junior calf. 1st. B. B. Taylor,
G* nd Champion hull. B B. Taylor.
Lot 5. Holstein Indv.
Bill!, junior calf. 1 -1. Clarence
toycr-. El Reno.
Cow, I years or over. 1st, Ch-reneo
Cow. 2 years under 1-t. t’lnrenee
Champion cow, Clarence
tContinued from Monday)
In mote modern times It seems to
have been a place easily defendahle.
While we were visiting the place this
time we met man. also a visitor,
who told us the following story: “It
seem- that people of the mountains
just buck of the castle have always
been opposed to governmental re-
straint. About fifty or sixty years
ago they arose iu a revolt against
'he Turks, and led by ilu grandfather
of the narrator, the rebels made their
way to Merkab, bring1.ng all tin food
they i ould bring.
For six months they stood the siege
if the Turks. Under the castle in the
treat rock cisterns there if- untold
water, and with th! ■ and th" wheat
hey had brought they mae-g-d to
ive comfortably. After six months,
however, the food began fo run low
The rebels were afraid that unless
telp could be gotten they might lie
'ompelled to capitulate. Tli loader
if the band however bethought him-
self of a ruse. He collected th 1 milk
>f the few cows within the mstlet
ho area of the castle court would
provide pn.Mure for s veral) and mad*
t fine fresh cheo- e. This lie s« nt
a itii his i nmplinu nt < to th*- Turkish
•ontmander. Indicating that from the
ibuiidancu of their supplies in tin
•astle Cue rebels wished to share
heir delicacies with the Turks. The
Turkish commander v. s astounded,
and Immediately wrote to Constanti-
nople saying that m ft * -r six months
>f rigorou.- -Megc that the besieged
showed no signs of having suffered,
i. tact that they were living on the
iuc i of the land, im haling fresh
milk and cheese, and thai if would
’>•* impossible to capture th<; rustle.
The authorhi' s agreed with him and
the siege was raised, to the a'-.-it
lief of the r* b Is.
It was in Manias (lmt ! had tin
managed to pass the night comfort-
ably. niiu ii more in fact than at more
expensive hotels, where we have paid
many times the price of the room;
twenty-five piasters or twenty cents.
Our main purpose in staying in
Banlas was to get a car for the moun-
tains and the castles therein, but
the next morning the drivers evident-
ly combined against us for they de-
manded outrageous prices; forty
Syrian pounds, for the one day
trip, or twenty pounds. $16 for a
much shorter trip. Since our entire
fortune amounted to twelve pounds
or so, above the fare to Bierut. we
had to sigh and give the idea up.
With the exception of this trip. I
have, done everythin.' on the tour
Derby Fliers Wing
Toward Race (Joa!
ABERDEEN, S. Dak.. Sept.. 21. —
(UP) Another lap iu the Class A air
derbj from New York to Spokane,
was completed with the arrival and
departure here of the nine planes
which left St Paul Wednesday morn
The pace was set by E. E. Bal-
lough, who was the first to arrive
here at 8:33 a in., with Chas. V. Dick-
inson. aged veteran of aeronautics
They departed for Mile City, Mon-
tana. the next slop at 8:38 a. nt.
IN FAIR EVENTS
GI.ENDIVE. Mont., Sept. 21.—(UP)
—With Bo-die Miller of Des Moines
and C. W. Meyer of Detroit, racing
wing to wing in the Class B division
the Spokane derby resumed its stren
ttous pate this morning.
The six leaders who remained over
aighl hero, were held up by order of
'.lint I wanted t<> do. I am much dis : 'he Spokane officials until 8 a. nt. to I
appointed at net tobi: these castles Ufi’mlt delayed planes to catch up
and the section of country about | Miller was the first to resume' the
• hem for they represent a phase In , light n( 8 o clock,
history that is on.* of the most Inter- j
e-*tiuR that 1 know. Perhaps we can
j arrange for a part' of four front
Biorut at much t*--s expense and
greatnr effectiveness, for to tell th"
truth 1 was a Hit \\t-ary with travel-
We caught a * d wit the coast.
stopping at Tartons for an attempt __ *
at Rmnl or An *, a- iho Bible has AMERICAN LEGION CONVEN-
it. I Ezekiel 27.1 It i, not always p<fr- TIOn HALL. TROCADERO PARIS
slide_ to cross the mile or so betyf?n *.„( (TPi Reorganization of
tBe mainland and the island fog the,
water i' usually rough, Unwove? (fto*
sea looked < mouth enoug'h and after
strinuons hargniulng in lit" usual
fiisliii.n. induced the owner of bout,
to push his boat off oi tin* shorts
where it had been for mnu- t*-ii days
ir. the sun. into tli ■ waves, which
looked largv, and larger as prepara-
tions for t!*«* trip went forward.
Finally with a lettp and a hound we
hopped aboard the Utile boat. The
two rower* thrust the boat out into
the well, which tossed Us up and
. henpest hot; 1 room in n>> ■ xperf- r,“ v,‘ as •/’"••y "t I think I have ever
.in-. It ir. hard to call it a hotel,
it tv a s suit ot a combinaiioii -.table
md garage with rooms attached.
There was nothing in (he room but
nn beds, with fairly clean sheets,
(been used only two or three Hinesi.
With a liberal use of insecticid • w
li to-' * d. ! began l*i ft 1 un
com11 .table. I looked back a* ihe
shore. At * had tone hut it few hund-
red im i I looked ;ii the island; it
w;i- n»i> '. times set, nil hundred feet.
I fall ill more iiitcoiiiforiable
t To Be t’onfimtedi
Children between the age* of t* n
and sixteen are requested to meet at
the Baptist church this evening ai
6:30, for the purpose of nrgxini/liig
a junior choir. Mr. R. A. Brute has
kindly consented to take charge of
the choir and the purpose of the meet
ing this evening is for organization,
and to arrange for a stilted time for
Holmes Nichols, Pastor
champion hull. Clarence
Centenary of tint birth of Gen.
Michael Corcoran, a noted Union com-
mander in the civil war.
Italy today will ohserv, the 1751 li
anniversary of Savonarola, the entl
neat patriot, statesman and reformer.
The freedom of the city of Glas-
gow will lie conferred today upon the
Duchess of York, wife of King
George’s s< corn!.
Hlteilffs officers raided the prem-
ises two miles north and one west of
Calumet, Tuesday ami secured a still,
three barrels of mash and about 25
gallons of liquor. No arrests were
tnr.de as the operators fled just be
fore the Sheriff arrived
K. ot C. Hull. Friday. September
23. Bridge, pitch and bunco.
DANCE Jackson Hall Wednesday
night. "The Ramblers" orchestra
Adm. $1.00, ludies 10c.
Bull, 3 years nr over. 1st. J. M.
Kennedy. El li*-no.
Bull 2 • - * - limit i 3. 1st, J. M.
Bull. 1 yeat nutlet 2, 1st. Frank
Bull, -i ii im < ill. It, Frank AA’oife;
nd .1 M. Keiin* dv.
Bull, junior ealf. 1st. Mrs. B. K.
lints, El It an; .ad <’. 11. Seanntitds.
Cow, t year-* or over, 1st, J. M.
. vetined) 2nd. I M Kennedy
Cow, 2 y< it under l-t J, ai.
Kennedy; 2nd. .1 M. Ketm< dy.
Heifer, senior yearling, 1st .1 M.
Im lined': 2nd. Frank AVolf,.
Heifer, junior yearling. 1st, J. M.
Kenned': 2nd Frank AA’olff
Heifer, senior , ntf. 1st J. M Ken-
nedy: 2nd. .1 M. K< tilled'’.
lleif, i Juiiioi ,alf. 1st. Frank
Wolfe: 2nd C II S, inaml-
Grand «'li unplou , ow. .1 '1 Ken-
Grand * unpinii bull Frank AVolfe.
Graded Herd. i-t. .1 AI K* nitedy
Breeder's young lord 1 t. 1’rnuk
AVolfe' 2nd. .' M l\etin**d),
Breeder's ealf lu*rd. 1st, Flank
AA’oife 2nd, .1 At. Kennedy
Get ol one in. 1st, Prnnk AVolf, ;
'2nd. J. At K* nn d
.■'induce of mi- • •»". lsi P'"iiik
Wolfe; 2nd Frank AA i»lf,-• ;’.r,i, ' At
Wm Pten--5 cents—A Good Cigar
Mrs. E. L. File of Conlgate. Okla.. Mr: li " Jones, 112 South Ma-
st rived Sunday evening to vi-it her i-.nml» a .■ -iui< >i a nn (’tine of the AA’.
sister. Mrs ITeitry Hicks. 602 Sonin f. T. U. in Itanmr, today,
Hoff. • • •
• * • Mr. and tlrs K It. Kelso. ,81!
Arthur King, who attends Phillips
University ,t Enid. Okla.. spent the
week-end with hi* parents, Mr. and
M’s AA’ C King. Pel South Roii.-yic,
South Hoff. gp. hi Tuesday evening in
Mr. and Airs. Don ()v<non and (lie
1 form,.; a Iirother. Pant Overton left
M ■-. Henry Hick . 602 Soittli Hoff, or,.-iland today f„* Be 'ngele Calif.,
is getting along nicely after und-r- <vlien th:1.' expect to m:*l;c their
going nn operation at a local anl-- home
tariutu Thttt'Hdity. • . •
• • • Mis. Glenn Skinner and son. Glenn,
he nilnilnis'ratinn of the national tie-
fens, ,,f the United States was pro-
posed and approved today by the
•Am, lie-in legion Convention here.
The Is-i;ion adopted a resolution
favorliu1 ilie organization of n de-
nareiti- nt of nationai defense in which
’her, would lie four divisions, one
aeli for (he arniy, navy, air service
Uaeb division would lmve a sepa-
rate chief u nlor a department secre-
tary who would he a member of the
The 1 e .1 oniin ires , imered and sang
'he pra,,f the "doughnut girls"
• nd Booth. National Commander o‘
•he Salvation army. He Immediately
arose to address the convention to
‘‘Th, Salvation Army owes much to
'l11' Legion. aid Commander Booth
"for it wa tin returned soldiers who
sPt’. ad '•tori", which brought ns fame
and iHtpultirit\ which enabled ns tc
Xi’calh Increase our post war society
"But l am most proud of our rec-
ord und our girls who smiled ever
’hotr h Ho y slept in haystacks and
often w*r* hitmrry and cold.”
Sioux City Hand
'\ ins In Contes*
PARIS, Sepi 21 (UP)- For (Ik
second year iu succession thr bant’
of th- Motiohan Post of Sioux City
Iowa today wns awarded th«* title n
mi 1 "■ 1 el: >mr>!< ns of the Ainerh iT
Tli hand- and dium and lingl<
corps were clustered around th<
[ Elft, I tower ,\h"ri the awards wore
Mrs. L H. Miller of Wichita. Kans.,
Is spending a few dayr in the home
of her granddaughter, Mrs. John Ban-
man and Mr. l-aem'd, 1012 South
who have In', u tie- guests in tin houn
of Mr. and Mrs. H B. .Skinner. 100 Wm. Penn_5 cent*-A Good Cigar
North Barker, left loduj
•'"til" In Oketnah. Okla.
Fiirht Fans Flock
Mi Sam Tiinberlak'. 1"03 South
Mm-oBiti, sj.. at T ■ s,|;iv in tdHahnnia
Miss Elizabeth Stewart Inis n
turned to her home ill Amarillo, Tex..
ifter a brief visit in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe H. Johnson. S21 South
Rock Island. Site was enroiite front j Cft
a several days’ visit with relative* at • • •
Hop,-. Ark. Robert O'Hrieti has Ih-,*u made a
• * * pledge 1o Phi Kappa \ kj>!. .,i (lit
Airs. Wultot Cntnplnll and Mi. S. j Oklahoma University
It. Reville motored to Oklahoma City ! « • .
Tuesday nfternomt. I Mrs. Anna Ztrkle. td San Db go.
• • • f.. is visiting lu tin horn
Luther Gadbetry i- n iiorud 4) :<• md Mis B„wi, Kay. 115 South Rob-
itis home, 709 South AA'illiums !"t'ts Mr Zirkle i a former hil Reno
• • • r,*s(d< n*
tins Funk returned to Lubbock, • • •
To Chicago Classic
S J. Conklin of Wichita,
was ,i business visitor today
CHICAGO II!.. Sept. 21. iUPi —
A*. sp,-< ial train today began liring-
•tig more thousands of fiuli* fans to
Chicago fm the DenipHoy-Tiinnny hat-
Ge. fight i oiiilitioiis were as follows:
Se, i sale.-, i * ltahlv reported ;,t more
‘ban $2,500.1*00. with a steady increase
of ticket sales.
Two Injunction suits to stop the
fight, dismissed, and only a slight
cliauce of another helng fil- d.
Betting today was 6 to 5 ,m Tun-
'•' A • with D, mpsev money predominat-
Hotel oi ill* cj\ war, crowded
Tex.. Tu sday after a f* w days’ visit ! Mrs. Kavntond 11 tew:in- ann Air-. 1,1 1 np.'ieity.
at the home of his pi n-ms. Judp* and i *>*«»r»»l Allard were Oklnlioimi city —
Mrs. John 1, Funk. 7*u, South M,,„ visitors today WMiHotia! StK'icf A
Mrs. H. AA'. Dial;, lu, r.-tti fed J o k Bniltnger f Cim lnnati, Ohio. ! Altruistic Class
from a few days' stay in Oklahoni, [is Iran acting In, im* in tills ,-i \ j '’• aliendancc of foil, wi eii.l»ye«
City. • • » 'hen Air Gardner's division of Hr
* • • '-id., and Airs, w. k Bleakmore, ehool Ha cnte»
Mrs. Nellie Ltiper of Lamed, Kalis. IB1.'* South Batker. left Tuesday for |1:"" in the l:.s,iiieir
the house guest of Mr. and Mr Oklahoma Ci > >.!i,.ie ihev will make 1 ’* ,*1' 1 "' ' V1 1 Clniivh Mold,' , \e
Ailin'’ , i* Vi r gMIlies H'et'i , !| |oy, f*
luting th" evening. nfi,-r whieli r
>us|n, ss meeting wa held In wiiiel
'h*1 dale of Oi'toher II V. s,-t f,n
’ll" Annual Altruistic Acts,
A lenort wits also given by Mrs
1. F. AA allure of the (’hiss booth a*
lie county fair during wliieh $l'ix.2'
Fp, (Ial gllest of tie • Veiling "or,
H. Crannn-t, 512 South .Ala, omit ’I it horn
• • •
Miss Thelma AVulker has incepted II. )’. Donnelley will leavt Thut
the position ns secretary to II. F
Donnelley, Scout executive of Cm-Bin
Ki Area Council.
lay evening for New Braitnfeb Te\ .
where he will attend the "Biennial
Regional Conference" ,,f s, out E'e.
It. P. Ford mad*
a btisine- trip to
Mrs c. h. Ciannior. Alt.-.. Da,'
* » Il'iVelldeil a ltd Mr,-,. Nellie L litter of
Judge J. A. Khliiehnrt, who und |-. > i-*ii n1 <1. Knits., spetti th1 day in t)l
w.-nt an appendicitis opera!Imi ; t a ........1 1
I local hospital the first of last week
j was able to lie ri,moved to his home.
113 West Jenkins, Tuesday after-
Col. C. L. Everetf who was In
charge of the entertainment program
luring the County Fair, today nn
nounced the winners in the v: lions
events. Through an oversight Col.
Everett did not secure the names of
•he boys who won the potato race and
’hese imys can phone Mr. Everett at
12«’» 1. and d^e, k "ill lx- mailed t<>
An added entertainment feature on
Saturday night, the dosing night of
he fair was a dancing exhibition by
fohn Stahl and Jos. Lyons. Stahl
iiil the "Devil s Dream” while Lyons
specialized In jigs.
Here are the winners:
Nail Driving Contest
First. Mrs. B. R McCabe, Calumet,
Okla.. $2.u0; second. Mrs. AA*. H. John-
son, El Reno, $1.00.
Cracker Eating Contest
First, Charles Winger. El Reno,
s 1.00; second, Arthur Moss El Reno,
Large Boys Races
First, Glen Rice, El Reno, $1.00;
econd. Joe Arnett, El Reno. 50c.
Small Boys Race
First, George Lilley, El Reno, $1,00;
•econd, Arthur Moss, El Reno, 50,-.
Fat Man’s Race
First, Sant Watters. Quinton. Ok .
1.00; second, Emltl Meier, Geary,
Girl’s Pie Eating Contest
First, Rosylee Todd. El Reno. $l.no-
second. Laura Todd. El Reno, 50c.
Boys’ Pie Eating Contest
First, Kenneth Brown, El Reno,
$1.00; second. Arthur Moss, El R<"
Large Boys’ Pie Eating Contest
First, Fred Albers, Union City.
• 1.00; second Oscar Hu lick. El Reno.
Catching Greased Pig
First, Fred Bruce, El Reno, $2.0".
Climbing Greased Pole
First, John Leonard. El Reno. $2.00.
First, Roy Verges, El Reno, $3.00;
econd, Larence Menc, El Reno. $2.00.
Fit at, Get rge Lilley, El it' so, $1.(H ;
econd. Paul Calttier, El Reno. 50c.
Stand and Broad Jumping
First, Loyd Palmer, El Reno, $1.00;
econd, Eniltt Meal, r, Geary, Okla.,
First, Edward Lyons, El Reno, $1.00;
•econd. Herbert Farris, El Reno, 30c.
First, Marvin Reeley, Yukon, $2.00;
Two terrapins, Oklahoma and Ken-
ucky entered tliis rac • Oklahoma
.on over Kentucky.
Large Girl’s Race
First Rosie Miller, Calumet, ; 1 c ;
econd. Ester A’lan. Yukon, 50c.
Medium Girl’s Race
First, Lottie Mayfield. El Reno,
1.00; set < inl. Gladvs .1* lie. Coitiinct.
Small Girl's Race
First, Daisy Corbin. El Reno, $1.00;
second, Mildred Steenrod. El Reno,
Large Boys’ Sack Race
First. Joe Lilley, El Reno, $1.00;
econd. Arthur Moss, El lteim, 50c.
Small Boys’ Sack Race
First. Gorge 1,111 y, El lleno, $1.00:
econd, Floyd Chiles, El Reno, 50e.
Small Boys’ Drinkirg Contest
First, Botiey Albers Union City,
-l.no; second. ('liHtle> Emeriek, El
lb no, 6(le.
Large Boys’ Drinking Contest
First, Joe Arnett, El Iteno; Jl.nO;
econd, Hugh Bruce, El li no, 50.
Oldest Married Couples
First, Mr. und Mrs. Gordon, mar-
ried 51 year-. $2.i"B second, Mr. und
Airs. Mittemloilf. married 50 years,
Boys Foot Race
First. Oscar Hulick, <1 second.
Herbert Farris, oOc.
First. Emit Mealer. Geary
!’ k H. Cigar.-.
Cow Calling Contest
Mr Belkin . Yukon, prize
dated cow ind! and $l.t»n.
Hog Calling Contest
First, Dili toliiison. $3.0'>: -'coitd
•i E. 'lY.tgue, $.’ao
- i. T oi. Media. okart ltcH
econd. F. U. Turner. $2."".
Old $ iddlers Contest
First A. J. Ervin. $3..'"*;
•'red Kildiy, $2.uu.
Thursday—First, Roy Jon*
•econd, ('. A. Simmons. 5(h
Friday— First, ’"heo AA' lllain-
b( i:o id, John AV ol nn in
(. II Aflll«• i of Wlchilii. Kan a1 [ i-o,
2ft men and women to
pick up Sweet Potatoes
I*e at Rudder Motor
Company, 7 o'clock
Alt' and Mrs. AV. A Hull -pent yes-
'' relay in Oklahoma City where they
vlsllei] ili'-ir son, Horace Hall, who _
employed to 11*. Hot k 1-1: nd ,,, • Gi’est
§t itnolfl 01 I Ml '1|"1 Ml
• u*l Mi> Hugh Turnipseeil
Tltt next regular das: in* i iinc wll
'le IJ lobl'l 1<.
Saturday—I * 1 nt"'
$5 oil; -eColio I * * 1 *:
I’i i" ' U<>
AA iib l Ilia'
J. Y Taylor. 120r
Souih Hoff, entertained as a dlnnei
Tuesday evening, f'.irl Mein
t Durant. Okla
Brooklyn .. 0»*0 000
Detroit .. 10 > i"i ft
New York ..Of") 000 0
Misses Harriet Rector ’ and Tv
Banker of Russell, Kalis.. Dr. Joe Oz
mun ami Dr. Alfred Mocker motored Jake "’H*""' who Is crltlcoll' ill
*o Oklahoma City Tuesday cviilng "i,h »PPendlfHls at Fort Worth,
• • • passed a restful nlgHit. according to I
AV AV Haydon of Calumet i- the I messages received In El lleno. and his I
sliest nt the home of his son. J. W. condition was hopeful today
Haydon and Mrs. Haydon. 321 West
" ... Wm- Penn-6 ten,»“A Gotd ............ Informally at bridgt -
— -1 i •'*•!. ng
Hear the Tunney-Dcnipsey ringside
For Mrs. Ncblitt
A a courtesy to Mr' Nohlin of
*.o- Aneeles, Cnllfornla Mrs. .1 B
|r’emp*on, 108 East Cavenaneli nt.-r
■ third. Tlivi A’.'• I'iiiin .
Afm. Prnn—5 eentc—A Good Cigar
Radio battel " - ""1 lulu l.anman
,Willing and Aladtiue 2*18 N Blck
DAN’f’R .lack-ou II. II
light "Th*' Hntnlilei
A'ltlt $ I Iiiine I1"'
John T Naylon transacted bus!-
. Ill If
ness In Oklahoma City, today.
• • •
Miss Marian and Albert Taylor.
1200 South Hoff, will l< nve this eve
• nitiK for I'jrkvllle. Mo. where they
wll] rouliuuo Ihuir studies ut Park
•Hip-ns nnd free open oir concert to- El Rsn0 Study Club
morrow evening at 8 o’clock. Behno
$20" to $500 to loan on good se-
curity. Phono 602. Mrs A O Mor-
The FI Reno Study Club will niei-t
<* 7 30 Monday f.fiernoon In the bonn
I of Mrs. f, n Gcphart. tnin Siaith
Ma'fimh. nt which time Mrs. T .At
i Adel hold will he leader r.f thu lusson
oi, "Wow to 9M|*ly Pictures "
The Tun iey Deupsey fight
returns will he leccived at the
K. of C. H -It. 3rd floor No
c nrgr, plent’* o* ,*h; r . You
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 36, No. 203, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 21, 1927, newspaper, September 21, 1927; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909302/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.