El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 298, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 10, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
PU3USHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
JOHN E. KAVANAUGH. EDITOR
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. uuji i*w lor 10e poniuon ot Com-
U oi H*a ay PuWjc
. ior ie cicj ot £1 R I
no, Oklahoma, subject to th« wiah«
oi lie tultn of iUid cltjr, U> be ex-
iJiVirebbej at ;.« dNMMI &• W |
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given to the public later_
T bo nil* 1 Heaneaay
We are authorised to annouLOC* lb«
iiLiue oi John &. 0«aia«uer a* a can
(.uuiti tor Uie oftu* ot U-a,uUaato -
er ol Hi^bwaya aud I'ublic iniyr***®-
meuta lor the eli* of £1 iteno, Olua- j
bonm, subject to the will ot Un ▼•>«-
rn at ue election to be hald on Ay j
ill 7, 1V14.
You're really dry
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waicf - proof, but ft „
•en.ee co*t thai will
p • > ,v fhfoufh t ..irk
*oi thjn is (he w«u t weather
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and u4 rntan it
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V . * A J. Tower Co
^W*"' : «•' BOSTON
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f/Sy P.pvw i .««„
1 denire to iUAnomice uai 1 will b*
a can a i Ua ib lor tne po iuoa ot Com
uiiBsiouer ol Higuwafti and Public
Improvement lor the city it £1 llano
Oklahoma. jubject to Ue wubea <*
the voiera ol Bald city to be expree*-
ed at tbu election to be ti eld April
?• ■, 1*14.
U V. ROHBS.
i wihb to announce to tlie cltlaeua
oi fc.' Ueno mat 1 am a candidal* (or
lue oilice ol CoonuisBiuner ol Hlih-
v, jj o and i'ublic liniirovsmenta tub-
,cct to iHe will or ibe voteri ol Uie
•ity ai the election to be held on AO
0 D. McO^NNlS.
A.N .SOU NCKAIEN T
I taae aim aieiboj of announcing
• u,,i t win ue a cauumau) lor u*e yo
. t iuu ol ooiiiuiittoiouer Jl Hliliwa/a
uiiii i'uouc iniprovauienia, lor uie
cuj oi tii iieiiu, oaiauuiua, auJieci
ic iiii ' men oi ibe l* <'I* 1 as ti-
, ieu-u ' t <-m >uu I 'i Detect ion
1. ui I'eiu Ai>ru IU 1V14.
fAJtKfa.lt B. SMITH
i wub to anauune* to tho voter*
ol Uie City ot El Ueno that 1 am a
canUi <uie ior Couiuiiaaioner of High'
*mis anil Public improvements (or
luu ay oi El lieno, Oklahoma, aub
eel to tan wlsJ6 of the voteri of
saiil city to be cxpreaied at the el
jcuon to be heltl April 7lb, 11114.
C. J. HESS.
I take this method of announcing
It the public, that 1 will be a can 11-
4ite for the poaltlon of Coinmlsalo a-
* of HlghwayB and Public Itnprove-
Jienia for Ue City cf El Reno, Ok-
lahoma, subject to the wishes of the
people as expressed by their votes
si the election to be held April 7th,
N, M. BODINE
I wish to announce to the rotei'
ot tiie City of El Reno that I will be
a candidate for tbe office of Com-
ml nloner of Highways and Public
'mprovementa subject to their wishes
Prank l're«fcan of Holdenville. Ok-
lahoma wan a suest In the Devtne
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. J. A. Roberts of KnoxvlUe,
Iowa, arrived last wee* to spend th?
remainder of the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. L.. 13. Myers.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mra. S. Tannebtum and nelce Miss
Helen Zuzak of Brownsville, Mo
spent several daya In Anadarko the
^uest of Mra. Tannebaum's nelce, Mrs
A. F Younghelt.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. H. S. Engle of Binger spen'
Sunday and Monday with relatives
In El Reno.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. Simon Tannebaum and cousin
Its* Helen Zuzak of Brownsville, Mo
spent Sunday and Monday wit*1
friends In Oklahoma City.
♦ 0 ♦
Miss Catherine Sharp, Miss Heler
Maupln and Mr. Ralph Clymer cam'
over from Oklahoma City Friday ev
enlng and attended the Elks dance.
♦ « ♦
Miss Dora Wood nf Oklahoma City
Bpent Friday night at the J. M. Car
•er home. Miss Wood left Saturday
'or Kansas City to meet the remains
f her father -who died In a hospital
The Yamprilka GlrlB met with Miss
Ruth Montgomery on Saturday after-
noon. Needlework was the paitlm1
after which a dainty repast was
served. A ddltlonal guests were the
MIsaes Catherine Sharp anl Helen
Maupln of Oklahoma City.
❖ ♦ «
Mrs. F. E. Gillette has returned
from a dellgatful visit with her fon
Mr. Frank OIlMte In Nashville
* * ■>
El Reno Chapter No. 27, O. E. 8
will meet this evening. Mra. Mary
Duncan, Grand Worthy Matron of
Carmen, Oklahoma will be an hon-
o-ed visitor. All members are Invit-
« « ❖
Mrs. 0. 1j. GUbrath and Mrs. J. 0.
Piper of Denver, Colorado arrived
Saturday to be guest In the F. L.
Wright home 815 South Macomb ave-
nue. They were called to Guthrie
about a month ago on account of the
serious Illness of G. Ti. Wright.
* « ❖
Mrs. Harry Morris and little sons
departed yesterday for San Benl'.o,
Texas, whore they will spend two
months with Mrs. Morris parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T.alrd. Air. Morris will
Join her 4n Marcfo.
City ■ - -
$6.50 S. J.
; are Genuine
El Reno Mill & Elevator Co.
Satisfaction is Guaranteed or Money Refunded
El Reno, Okla
A QUAINT SPRIGGED CREPE
FOR SOUTHERN CLIMES
Uttaty nuUerlal* and charming col-
•rlng* are being shown In the simple
morning and day frocks for the south.
While the tailored suit of white or light
ootored serge, ratine or cloth Is still fa-
vored, the one-piece dress Is equally
uaed They are essentially plain, de-
pending upon material and cut for ef-
fect As Illustrated, No. 8098 13 develop-
ed tn flowered cotton crepe A tiny, old
fashioned looklnj flower In old rose
U scattered over a blue ground A bit
of hand embroidered batiste forms col-
lar and cuffs and trims the skirt.
In slse 38 this model may be made
with 6* yards of 36 Inch crepe or silk.
A charming little frock could be fash-
ioned after this design In one of the
new silks, tussaha or voiles These
.nay be had In several widths, #6 Mid
38 Inches, and In price range frotn T5
Moat of the new materials and trim-
mings favored for grown ups are being j
used In children's things. The new
printed and fancy woven novelty cot- |
tons, crepes, voiles, etc.. are used and
the plain linens, chambrays and piques
No 7962 Is designed to slip on over j
the head sailor fashion. The skirt Is ;
attached to a sleeveless underwalst. j
Plain white crepe Is used here trimmed |
with colored floss and a low hung belt j
of red suede.
For a child of 8 this dress requires J
2% yards of 36 Inch material.
No. 8098—sizes 34 to 42
No. 7962—sizes 4 to 14.
Each pattern 15 cents.
Telephone 120-J l0!j N Bickford
vtrs Benson, Assistant Private Arobulanct
To obtain either p*ttem lllu«trat«d nil
out this coupon and enclose 1* cents In
stamps or coin Be sure to state number
of pattern and size, measuring over the
fullest part of the bust. Address Pfitterr
Department, care of this paper
LOOK LOOK LOOK
If \ou want F rst Class Cleaning and Pressing, Call
the lluique Cleaning Co. and our wafon will call.
Y\ E GUARANTEE OUR WORK
UNIQUE CLEANING CO.
Phone 132 216 ^outh Rock Island
AaJ B« Fim Froa Her TroabW*
Ut Fiada Better Way.
! CakimML Twin.—'"Mwy ■ lata,"
Mys Mra. jtuic Sharp, ol thfc pi act.
"I wtahed I would die and be relievM
ray suffering, from womanly trouble*,
could not gel up, without pulling at
•ooiethlng tolielp ne, and itsyed In bed
rod oI the baa. I could not do ny
Tbe least amount ot wort tired me
•it. My head would twin, tod I would
trmble tor an hour or more. Finally. 1
look Cardul, the woman's tonic, >na I
Mis.- Helm Dunl .;, gave a five o'- •« «l bothered with pains any more,
clock tea Saturday afternoon compli- io^d'weS ot aU my ttWbleR/''
mentary to her house guest Mln goes lo a the w^l «pol «n4
Vildred Qarne-.; i f \marlllo, Texas helps to make Ihem strong. It acts with
The rooms and Me table were very at nature—not against her. It la tor the
•pb^'Io,. tv . tired, nervous, Untable women, who feel
e R"e8,B is if rverything were wrong, and need
Miss«g Marin Make, Eva and Sufle something to quiet their nervts and
stne, Edith Clark, Leta Estes, "fengthen the worn-out system.
Hayner, Gei ry, Helen Empev, Evelyn | It you sre s woman, suffering from any
Taylor, Maud Ferguvon <>f the numerous symptoiM or womanly
trouble, take Cardul. U will belp yo«A
* ♦ • At all druggists.
Frank Oreegan of Holdenville, Ok- | Wrn> u oaiwn-o o«^, • - -
la , was a guest in the Devlue home um«i d t« a*uii, .o«^ tmui., t«
ye;t«rday. , 'iXXZ
The First National Bank
Capital, Surplus and Protits >75,000.00
Our specialty is Satisfactory Banking and we mea-
snre our success by the large number of satisfied
customers. WE INVITE V OU.
Messrs Young, iFnley. Martino Brad
ley. Misses Irene O' Neal, Young and
Nell Gorman, of Oklahoma City were
guests yesterday at the Wm. Devina
hom< 519 South Bickford.
' Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Y on t Curt
The wor*t cases, no matter of how Ion* standit.;,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dt
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Psia end Heals at tbe same time. 25c, 50c. $1.00
High Grade Piano Work Tun-
ni $2 Phone 1035- tf
VELVET AND FUR A FAVORITE
Velvet has always been considered to
be- t ne of the rloheat and moat becom-
ing of fabrics, but formerly, owing to
the fact that It soils easily, wafl not
considered practical for geneml wear.
BveninK t«>ats were made of It and
once in awhile a eult, but this season
it Is being used widely Manufacturers
have outdone themselves to produce
supple velveta both plain and brocaded,
and the colors are entrancing. Of
greater and greater importance grow
the fur trimmings, the natural sklne
/Icing with the rather fantastic look-
ing dyad pelts An old rose velvet
suit, for Instance, la trimmed with
bands of old rose caracul, and to add
to the effect a huge muff of the dyed
fur accompanies the gown. Thla fed,
however, aeema to be gradually dying
out aa It offers such an opportunity
for substituting poor skins, and the
dyed furs are really not as attractive
as the furs with their natural colors.
7166 Is smartly fashioned of a bro-
caded velvet; the huge collar, the muff,
also the band around the bottom of ths
skirt are of black fur This coat may
be made in size 86 with 6 yards of 42
Inch velvet or materia). A gracafully
draped oversklrt Is a feature of the
fascinating frock for afternoon shown
In 7986 The wide hip sash of Roman
stripes would liven the most aomber
of materials One of the most attrac-
t'va novelties being shown In the ahopa
at the moment is tbe knitted sash of
colored silks They come in various
widths and drape most beautifully.
To copy 7935 In size 86 requires 7^
yards of 36 Inch material with \
yard of banding.
No. 7166 sizes 82 to 44.
No. 7935 sl7.es 34 to 43
Each pattern IB cents
To obtain either pattern Illustrated Oil
out this coupon and enclose 15 cents In
stamps or coin, ne sure to stste number
of pattern and slse. measuring over the
fullest part of the bust. Addreis Pattern
Department, care of this paper.
' 1 —
FOR THIS WOMAN
The Price She Paid for Lydia
E.Pinkham'sV e getable Com-
pound Which Brought
Danville, Va.-" I have only spentten
dollars on your medicine and I feel bo
much better thin I
did when the doctor
was treating me. I
don't suffer any
bearing down pains
at all now and I sleep
well. I cannot say
enough for Lydia E.
ble Compound and
Liver Pills as they
have done so much
for me. I am enjoy-
I ing good health now and owe it all to
your remedies. 1 take pleasure in tell-
ing my friends and neighbors about
them."- Mr9*mattle Haley, 501 Col- |
quhone Street, Danville, Va,
No woman suffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hope un-
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which are derived
from native roots and herbs, has for
forty years proved to be a most valua-
ble tonic and invigorator of the fe-
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
' ble Compound.
If you have the slightest donbt
that Lydlu E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
ble Compound will help you, write
to Lydia E.PinkhamMedlelneCo,
(confidential) Lynn. Mass., for ad-
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by n woman,
•ad held to strict coafldsace,
Mrs. C. O. Greer who has been &t
the hospital for several days under-
going treatment was taton to her
home today greatly Improved in
L F. Shedd, General Safety Super-
vision- of the Rock Island lineb wltll
headquarters in Chicago was a visi-
tor tn the city yesteixlay.
Cims. Mason formerly employed In
the Oklahoma Ldviaion offices of the
Rock Island in this city was visiting
hi smany friends here Sunday. Mr.
Mason is now Chief Clerk to Super-
intendent A. E. Walker of tiie Am-
arillo Division with "headquarters at
Cjj If the proposition
does not ring true we
will not accept it for
If a want ad reader
has been misused by
an advertiser in this
page, we want to
know about it.
q We pi ace this de-
partment on a high
special efforts to main-
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 298, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 10, 1914, newspaper, February 10, 1914; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90934/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.