El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 9, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 11, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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over any other separator
or creaming system
QUANTITY of cream that no other separa-
tor wi l.rec ver c m|>letely, pirticulnry un-
der the hardest,, conditions of every da} use-
Quality cream as evidenced by De Laval
hulter alwavs scoring highest in every imp-
LA BOR in every way over any gravity sys-
tem, and also over any other separator, by
turning easier, being simpler, easier to clean
and requiring no adjustment.
TIME by hours over any gravity system, and
as well over any other separator by reason
of greater capacity and the same reasons
thai save labor.
COST since while a De Lavel Cream Sepa"
rator may cost a little more than a poor one
to bwgin witli, it will last from ten to twenty
years, while other separators wear out and
require to be replaced in from one to five
PROFITS in more and better cream, with
less lahor and effort, every time milk is put
through the machine, twice a day, or 780
times a year for every year the separator lasts
SATISFACTION, which is no small con-
sideration and can only come from knowing
you have the best separator, witli which you
are sure you are ut all times accomplishing
the best possible results.
EASILY PROVEN—these are all fact8
capable of easy demonstration and proof t°
any user or intending buyer of cream sepa'
rator. Every De Laval agent is glad of a
chance to prove them by a De Laval machine
itseif - without the slightest obligation on
your part unless entirely satisfied.
Before jnu definitely decide *.o purchase any cream separator, or make any settlement for same, call
up the nearest Delaval Agent, whose name Is mentioned below, and tell him that you want to try or
compare a De Laval machine with some other make, and he will bo glad to give you an opportunity to
do so. He wl'.l let you have a De Laval machine on trial and you can run It side by sid*; with any o j-
er cream separator you like, and you yourself be the judge aa Ur which machine It will be best for you
you to buy.
EL RENO ICE CREAM CO. A FtJRINQ MULVEY MERCANTILE CO.
El Reno, Oklahoma Union City, Oklahoma P'edmont, Oklahoma.
G. T. WILSON, Calumet, Oklahoma LUDWIG BROS, Okarche, Oklahoma.
The De Laval Separator Co., 29'\RrMadd7s™s.!rcIiCrakgo
Over 1,625,000 De Lavals in daily u^e. 50,000 branches and local agencies the world over.
Higii grade Piano work. TunUg
tz.u-j, i'huue 10*g U. Q. FuAIml f
Miss JareM has resigned her pis'
tlon In the Irving school and has ac-
cepted a position In the S.iawnf-
A wedding, wilch has been looked
furwaMi to with great interest by the
many friends ot tue County Attorney
solemnized February 26, 1914
when Miss Emma Uauitle became thi
bride of Mr. Samuel Hoberson ot thU
city. Tte home of Mrs. Elizabeth
Gable, 4*246 West 36th St., Cleveland,
Ohio, was the icene of the quisft
home mariage at which Rev. Camp-
bell of the Presbyterian Caurch of-
ficiated. The bride wore a brown
travelling gown with accessories to
match. Mr. and Mrs. Robeson spent
their honeymoon in Chattanooga
Teun., with Mr. Roberson'a relatives
and Mrs. Robersons childhood friends
They arrived in El Reno on Wed-
nesday and are spending several day."
with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Roberson
south of the city before being at
home to t.ieir friends In El Reno.
Mrs. Roberson was a teacher of mus-
ic In the public schools of Cleveland,
Ohio, and although a stranger to thn
people of El Reno she will be cor-
dially welcomed by the hosts of
friends who consider Mr. Robwjon
one of the most careful capable, up-
right and popular youna men of the
Miss Edith PauCsen was hostess to
tfoe Capitol Hill Girls last evening.
4fter the needlewori a dainty lunch-
eon was served.
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The meet'n? called for Wednesday
afternoon a' the high school audi-
torium to cons'der plan's for a flow-
er show was fairly well attended.
Supt. C. N. Lieb presided and th*
following ofifcers were elected. Mrs.
Clyde Musgrove, President; Miss
Daile, Vice-President and Miss Park-
er, Secretary. Mayor P. P. Duffy
gave a ■short address of encourage-
ment for a larger and better parade
and exhibit next autumn. H. K.
Rick'er on behalf of the Board of
Education emphas'zed that all In the
me interested. 8upt. Lleb
several representatives of the clcbs
and teachers dtsenssed 'nformal'r
"arlous phases of the plans to be
made and an executive conrmltte®
wi J bp appointed In whose hands the
details of the exhibit, etc., will soon
For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the
country that a great tnany women have escaped serious op-
erations by taking Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Com-
pound, and it i§ true.
• We are permitted to publish in this announcement
extracts from the letters of five women. All have been
recently received unsolicited. Could any evidence be
JTododon, Me.—" I had pains in both aides anil such a soreness
I coultf scarcely straighten up at times. My bade ached and I
Was so neryous I could not sleep, and J thought I never would be
any better until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced taking
Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound and boon felt like a new
■woman."—Mrs. Hayward Sowers, lltxlgdon, Me.
2 Charlotte, N, (C.—"I was in bad health for two years, w:.th
• pains in- both sides and was verv nervous. I had a growth
which thti doctor said was a tumor, and I never would get well unless
-I had an ope ration. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, and I gladly say that I am now enjoying
fine health."—Mrs. Rosa Sims, 10 Winona St., Charlotte, N. C.
3 Hanover, Pa.—" The doctor advised a severe operation, but my
• husband got mo Lydia 'E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound and I
experienceci'great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a new pers
and can do a hard day's work and not mind. it"-«-Mrs. Ada Wi
uecatuit, ill.—"i was sick in neu anu inreooi uie oesc. pnysi-
cians said I' would have to l>e taken to the hospital for an oper-
as I had something growing in my left side. I refused to sub-
o the operation and took Lydia h. Pinkham's Vegetable Corn-
experienced great relief hi a short time. Now I feel like a new person
and can do a hard day's work and not mind it."-"-Mis. Ada Wilt,
106 Stock St., llanover, Pa.
4 Decatur, III.—"I was sick in bed and three of the best physl-
to tne oper
pound—and it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other women
what it has done for me.."—Mrs. Laura A. Griswold, 2300 Blk. East
William Street, Decatur, ILL
5 Cleveland, Ohio.—"I was very irregular and for several yearn
• my side pained me so that I cxpected to have to undergo an op-
eration. Doctors said they knew of nothing that
would help me. I took Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vege-
table Compound and I Ix'camo regular and free
from pain. I am thankful for such a good medi-
cine and will always give it the highest praise."—
Mrs, C. II. Griffith, 7305 Mirtlison A v., Cleveland, O.
•Write to LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEIHCIITC CO.
„ _ (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice-
Your letter will 1h opened, ren<l nn«l answered
by tk woman and held in strict couiidcuce.
MRS. GLADYS IiUSCH
all day and evening
A cordial invitation is exfenced to all
217 SOUTH ROCK ISLAND
A Swell Showing of
FISKHATS and GRACE HATS
Novelty - Tonight
A Big Military Musical Historical Novelty Act
Champion Trumpeter of the World
Chief Trumpeter of Colonel Roosevelt's Rough Rid-
ers who sounded the charge up San Juan Hill. Spec-
ial Scenerv with twelve changes of costumes, all the
Military Poses of world produced in electrical effects.
4 Reels of Pictures 4
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
A HELPFUL I
Spring will soon be making it!
gladsome bow, the city will be al
Easter with renewed life and th<
changes incident to looking its bes,
Have us send your measur<
and choice of Woolens to
Ed V. Price & Co
and get a tailored
-to-order suit for
Easter. We have
one thousand nice spring ^.f ,
samples for you to choose W '
from. We can make you *
a nice tailored suit as low
$20.00 and as high as $50,
Should you want a suit
We employ an ex-
pert tailor and guarantee a
tit or money refunded.
The Home of
Hirsh Wickwire Clothing
Manhattan Shirts Hanan & So
Stetson and No Name Hats
You can find just as high grade men and bo;
clothing and furnishings in this store as in the citii
of 50,000 and 100,000 population. Come in and mat
us a friendly visit and examine our offering.
"Learn the Way"
El Renos Largest Clothing Store
El RENO THEATRE
Vaudeville Changes Today
Have you been attending our entertainment
if not, why not? Our programs are clean, mo
al, educational and amusing. Our special effor
to secure a class of vaudeville that pleases
meeting with glowing success. As we are ge
ting our vaudeville service from the same ci
cuit that plays the Folly and Empress Theatre
at Oklahoma City and these acts play here bt
fore or after at thoss Theatres.
Soula and Rockwood
Featuring a Novelty Transparent Oil Painting, diffei
ent from anything we have ever had.
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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/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.