El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 9, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 11, 1914 Page: 2 of 4
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nvim n us
Owing to the large number ul new
moiiou picture theatres which are be-
ing opeued taroutfhout the country,
there is of tared to U e men anil wo-
men of today, a tjew profession,
namely, that of writing moving pic-
ture plays. Producers are payin<
from $25. to $150 for each scenario
accepted, upon which you can build
RVJO IN SIX MONTHS
As It only requires a few hours'
time to construct a complete play,
you can readily see the immense po.v
iibilitie} 'n this work. One man,
who save the ide a tryout, writer
ihat he earned Jii.i'JO In six months.
It is possible for an Intelligent per-
son to meet with equal success.
Otae feature of Ue business which
• hould appeal to everyone is that the
wock may be done *it iio*.'e In jpare
time. No literary ability Is requirel
and women have a^ eneat an oppor
tunlty as men. Ideas for plots ara
constantly turning up, and may ba
put In sceneario form and sold for
PARTICULARS SENT FREE
Complete particulars of this most
Interesting and proTitable profession
n-ay be had FREE ot CHAGGE bv
sending a past card to
J huto t'Juy Association
Box 108, W'lkes-Ilnrre, HennBylvaala
The genoia. meeting of all the Sun-
day ichot-is of the cny was called u>
meet at the Firat lJreflbyieilan |
Church Monday eveuing at J:JU. The|
committee's were appointed and gen-
eral arrangements worn made to take
care of the coming delegates. Mr.
Nichols, the S^ate Secretary, was
with us and he advised Uat we can
expec*. one thousand cut of town del-
egates. The coinaiiuee appointed
from the various churrhes to arrange
tor getting .odgtng for the coming
delegates, were as followi:
M. R Church—L. r\ (leery.
Presbyterian Church—L. B. Myers.
M. E. Church North—W. W. Marti'i
Baptist Churoh—H. K. Rlckor.
Congregational Church—J. F. Nigh*
Evangelical Church—Mrs. Press
Christian Church- C. L. Engle.
Ctorma Latta#** Church—O. O.
Episcopal Church—Mtrs. J. C. D-
This committee is arranging to so-
licit tae members of their own Indi-
vidual churches and ret reservations
to take care of the members of their
own individual church when they ar-
rive next week. It U earnestly re-
quested that you not ait to be call
ed upon, but immediately after read-
ing this notlec, call up the chairman
of the committee as above mentllned
and tell how many you will take car •
Committee on arrangements ap
pointed as follows:
"Convention Hal:—Frrnk Carpenter,
J. C. Hubbard, L. O. Higgins.
Display room—J. A. Johnson, A. A
General Conference Room—M. E
Church South—J. O. ^ rrlngton, J. T
iveceplion Committee to meet
speakers aiia oilicor*—1 tlOa. it. iieid
ana vV. H. btauord.
*or KecepUoii oi Otlegates and ap-
poiniiueiu ot pages tj receive del '<-
ales at (Jonveuuon iia.1, to see
Lhey are properiy proN'ded wiUi lods-
tag and directed to tald location -J.
*. Taylor, J. P. Matthews, Frank
Taylor, Ed Menger, J U. Kerrlck, J-
F. Nlghawander, Mrs. C. Delaua,
Mrs. I'ress Cannon. O U. Showeuger-
The arrangement! for the guests a:
.he SouOein Ho^ and arranging
for the finances to pay tor entertain
rneut of speakers—TJe otflcera of
the Chamber of Commerce of El Ke-
Parched Throat — you escape them all
when you smoke STAG.
And in their place you find
Fragrance — Freshness — Mildness —
and Eternal Contentment
"Better than I imagined tobacco
Thousands are saying it You will
Convenient Packages: The Handy Half-Sira
5-Cent T n the Full-Size 10-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half-Pound
Tin Humidors and the Pound (alass Humidor
Chairman of decoration commiuo! i
—A F. Co bean.
The Music Committer—C. O. Wat-
son, W. D. Walker and Guy S. Hen-
The ushers for the McConnell
meeting were appointed and request-
ed to act in the ^ame capacity for the
Sunday School. It wili likely be Im-
possible for all of th-ise ushers to ba
at the day sessions and it is sug-
gested that a meeting be ceiled by
tae chairman of that committee and
make 3ome arrangements, that there
Is a proper number of ushers at the
day as well as the evening sessions.
It Is going to tax the city to Its ut-
most to furnish lodging for these
do'.egates and it is earnestly request-
ed that the residents of this city
"No &t lag,
Fcr Pipe and Cigarette
Est. 17 60
W UikM ::/r
make a sacrifice o mrange to take
care of some delegate)
For each delegate for which you
furnish lodging, you will receive on<?
admission ticket to the Convention,
ticket Is traMferable to anv
Ij Being Constantly Supped With
member of your family. Unless you
receive one of these tickets for tie
entertaining of a delegate you will
be required to pay $1.00 admission
for the privileges of the convention.
Each out of town delegate will be
required to pay $1.00 for the admis-
sion to the convention. This goes to-
wards paying the general expenses
of the state Sunday School Associa-
The colors of ths convention ars
blue-and white and it is 3uggeste>i
that all of the business houses and
homes decorate with these colors th«?
three days of the Convention.
Dr. F. H. Ciark will return this
evening from Texas where he has
been on a short business trip.
Capt. T. J. Mitts went to Oklahoma
City today where he will attend a I
meeting of the '89ers, and he will
then go- to Ramona, Okla., where he j
will spend a week on business.
Mrs. .T. A. Ilatchett who has been
for : everal days is groatly itnprov-
• CONVENTIONS THAT
* IN EL RENO
FOR SALE—One Sanitary couch one
stand table, one dreser, one writing
desk, 2 stoves. Phone 918 J., Ill S.
Evans. 3 11 3t
We wish to announce that our first shipment of new
Spring rugs has arrived and we now have on displav 25
new room sixe rugs at prices from V2 50 up, including
Tapestry, Velvets, Axministers and WiUons.
Another shipment ic in transit and we have marked
the rugs now in stock at prices that will move them in
time to make room for those to follow.
The onlv store in El Reno showing a full line of
11-3 X 12 ROGS,
MeDufl, Va.—"I suffered for severri
rears," says Mrs. J. B. Whiitaker, oi
his place, "with sick headache, and
i Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Hiedlord's Black-Draught, which 1 did,
ind I tound it to be the best tamily medi-
tine tor young and old.
, I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
line now, and when my children feel a
Ittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
Joes them more good than any medicine
(hey ever tried.
i We never hare a long spell of slck-
less in our family, since w« commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
1 regetable, and has been found to regii-
| ate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re- j
I leve Indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, j
! teadache, sick stomach, and similar
i It has been In constant use for more
j han 70 vears, and has benefited more
! han a million people.
j Your druggist sells and recommends
j )lack-Draueht. Price only 25c. Get a
| tsckage lo-day. ncia
Bob Stockton and wife of Hydro
are the guests of Frank Stlpp and
family for a few days enroute to their
home in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Stlpp
is an uncle of Mrs. Stockton.
Virgil Moss went to Oklahoma
City today on matters pertaining to
the El Reno base ball team.
M,rs. W. A. Hyde leaves tonight for
Little Rock, Ark., where she will
visit Vor a few days with Mr. Hyde
w\io recently received the appoint-
ment as trainmaster for the Rock Is-
land at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan of Ok:a-
homa City spent Sunday with the 4.
G. Morrison family. Mr. Buchanan
In superlnfendent of the schooU in
FOR SALE- 1500 pounds if barb
wire at once cent per pound and 150
posts, nearly all cedar at ten cents
apiece. Inquire of Henry Fickle 2*
miles north of El Reno or iee Jake j <• Master Bakers, Mar 13-14.
Joenaweln, 603 South Williams. ❖ *
< Oklahoma State Sunday School ^
❖ Conven;ion, March 17-18-19. •>
❖ First Annual State Convention •>
❖ Degree of Honor, April 1. ^
❖ Oklahoma State Librarians As- A
❖ soclatlon, April 28-29-30. ♦
<• Oklahoma State Assoclatioa of <•
Mrs. E. W. Messer who just recently
opened up her millinery store the
announces her grand opening
Saturday, March 14th.
A cordial invitation is extended to every lady of this city.
213 SOUTH HICK10RD
Furniture & Carpet Company
Telephone 1?0-J 105 N. Hickford
' ' Picture Framing
Mrs. Benson, Assistant Private Ambulance
CLEAN LUMP COAL
$5.50 Per Ton
CANADIAN MILL & ELEV. CO.
Phone No. 8
You can get the most service and satis-
faction out of a "Mallory hatC^
because it has the most quality
and workmanship in it. 1 he
trade mark makes it easy to
recognize the real thing when
you find the name "Mallory" in a
questions about quality, style and
ateness are answered at once. The name also
guarantees the best hat value obtainable at
the price and we know it.
Sec "Mallory" lull page ad in this
week's Saturday Evening Post
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Kavanaugh, John E. El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 9, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 11, 1914, newspaper, March 11, 1914; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90942/m1/2/: accessed May 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.