The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1924 Page: 3 of 4
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/•\ARY GRAHAM. -BONNER.
9 (CIiIijnI |< VlkUM MfVtfU Wf‘0**
I HOME HINTS f
KANGAROO RAT STREET
“Tluimp. thump,” went Mr. Kanga-
roo llat's hind feet.
“Thump, thump," thov wont again.
And before long another Kuuxaroo
Hut eould l»e seen along the Western
desert where they made their home.
"I thought I'd come to call." satil
Mr. Kangaroo Hat to his neighbor. j
“I didn’t hear you knock at lirst,"
said Master Kangaroo Itut.
Mr. Kangaroo Hat said nothing. Rut
to himself he said that probably Mas-
ter Kangaroo Hut had been putting
away some of tbe food which he stored
In his burrow home.
Refore lie had put It away he hud j
had It In his check p< aches which
served ass a marketing basket.
lie never let: his marketing basket
anywhere as you can Imagine'
"1 suppose,” Master Kangaroo Hat
said, ’if we had doors with doorbells
you’d ring the doorbell Instead of
thumping with your hind feet to sl ow
that you hud come n-cnlling."
“possibly I would,” said Mr. Kanga-
roo Rat. "Rut It does seem so funny
to tnc to think that some creatures
tl ink the>'re the only ones wlm live
•They think they are the only ones
who go around and pay sociable calls
on each other. They do not know that
we, too. have little villages and that
the paths or streets between our
houses are well-worn trulls because
we biive passed over them so often In
X By INEZ SEARLES WILLSON X
lb24. Wealain X*w>y*c«r I'nlon I
WHAT WE MUST EAT
TO BE WELL NOURISHED
Oklahoma Druggist Says
As Tanlac Treatment
Proteins ure th* "tissue builders."
They contain an element, nitrogen,
fruit and other toot's, but a certain
amount of additional "sweets’’ are
craved and the diet should contain
then) In some form.
Fat Is another energy giver It Is
furnished hj such foods ns potatoes,
rice and other cereals.
Starch supplies energy. It Is one
of the most abundant foods and Is
found most abundantly In oils, butter
and cream. Energy Is stored in the
body In the form of fats.
Minernl salts such as lime. Iron,
phosphorus utid others ure needed by
the body to build tissue and to coun-
teract certain add formations which
may take placn during the process of
digestion. Vegetables nnd fruits and
milk are the sources of these valuable
substances. Milk Is rich In lime,
which Is one of the reasons It should
figure largely In the diet of children.
Spinach and loets give us Iron, us do
Ronghuge, in the form of cellulose,
which I* the woody part of fruits and
\ egetubles, Is necessary to regulate
body processes nnd aid In the elimina-
tion of waste. Therefore the diet
should contain the coarse vegetables
such us cabbage, lettuce and aspara-
gus, tbe coarse breads and gritty
Liquids also aid In elimination of
OKAHOMA 1‘HUGOISTS f
vtnaught judges medicine by
WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR HIM
AND FOR HIS CUSTOMERS.
There are only two classes of poo-
pie qualified to rightly Judge the
merits of u medicine: first, those
who take it themselves and. second,
those who observe the results be
Mr C L McNauriX who has been
with one of the leading drug stor-s
of Tulsa, okln . for the past six
played out even before my day a
work got started good. Any hind of
solid food would produce a feeling
like lead in the pit of my stomach,
followed by other symptoms of indl
geation and I was also extremely ner-
vous and dlr.xy at times.
• Seeiug the good others were got
ting from Tanlac 1 began taking it
myself .and my long standing atom
nch troubles was soon a thing of the
past. 1 took four bottles, gained
about 30 lbs.. and am feeling fine to
this day. I sleep good, get real en-
joyment from eating and have energy
and strength that makes work easier
Next Dose May Salivate, Shock
Liver or Attack Your Bone*. .
Even Sun?, ii' «! n’t rut thrir own corns.
TVy r **U' l» id n I their l»*ft of corn or
call - is Why nh »uld you ri>k infection or
a Oip t ’ u r.i r when it i* so easy to end
C"M and t. ii , iiiiuUy. completely, prr-
ro, t.:\ I wo .-r t»r.' drops of “Gets-lt'*
-t i I corn |> ! then the c«»rn loosens so
x u i ;*»•«■! it •. t • ' with never a twinge of
t t . I I .iwrrncf «V Co., Chicago*
CMiywheri -in i«y back guarantee.
years, is doubly qualified to speak land life a pleasure. Tanlac Is oer
for Tanlac, because he is not only in tninly a great stomach medicine and
. dtcn to note ‘the good accomplish-,tonic and 1 am more than delighted
td for many to whom ho lias sold It. with the results in my case.”
but he also speaks from personal ! Tanlac is for sale by all good drug
experience, having used th» medt- plats. Accept no substltuto Over
< iin himself with remarkable results. 40 Million laities sold
■Pu k in 1920.’’ says Mr. Me-J TANLAC Vegetable Pill for t-on-
Naught “I was so worn-out on ac- stipation made and recommended by
count of stmnach trouble that I felt'the manufacturers of TANLAC.__
How to Guard
One of tile nicest and most con
venient 7-room house in town. Lo-
cate,! on Wade St., near depot. Lots
of shade, etc. Must be aeon to be
appreciated. Owner leaving lown
will sacrifice for quick sale.
Nighswander Realty Co.
going to call on each other. waste.
“Of course at times we <iunnvl. Last, but not least Important, are
Whet, some try to get the bettor of ns the vltamlnes, which have been called
or take awav our things we quarrel, "the protective foods." The exact na-
but then often people quarrel about ture of these substances Is still a prob-
thoir possessions and about their lem for tbe scientist to soive. lbs
ri„hts! much Is certain, there ure substances
••So we’re not unusual about that. present In gom* foods which are *s**®
"I think von have a nice burrow," tint to the piopcr growth of children
Mr Kangaroo Rat went on. "It Is Hnd the good health of every one. The
, „7.v and homelike and you build line lack of these substances In the diet
, i„ tlie direct cause of certain diseases.
•I think the homes nnd mounds nml Milk, meat, eggs, fruits and vegetables
burrows ml nil about tbw l«.rls are rout,.In vltoniUen. AI1 '
Master Kangaroo Ratr
•Indeed I ilo.” Master Kangaroo Rat
Halev& 1 min n
The best way to guard against ap-
pendicitis is to flush both upper and
lower bowel once a week with sim-
ple glycerine, buckthorn bark, etc.,
as. mixed in Adlertka. Most medi-
cines act only ->n lower bowel but
Adlerika acts on ROTH upper and
lower bowel and removes all poisons.
Helps any case gns on stomach In
TEN minutes Excellent for obstinate
constipation. Adlerika Is sold by
You know what calomel Is. It’*
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel- Is
dangerous. It crashes into sour bile
like dynamite, cramping and sicken-
ing wou. Calomel attacks the bones
sn,i should never be put Into your
If you feel bilious, headachy, con-
stipated and all knocked out. Just
KO to your druggist and get a bottle
of Dodson’s Liver Tone for a few
cents which is a harmless vegetable
substitute for dangerous calomel.
Take a spoonfel nnd if it doesn t
start \our liver nnd straighten you
up (better nnd quicker than ^nasty
calomel and without making you
sick, you Just go back and get your
Don’t fake calomel! It makes yon
slek the next day; It loses you a
day* work. Dodsonls LRver Tone
traightenp you rlvht up and you
feel gr-Mit. No salts nm essary.
Give It to children because It Is
perfectly harmless and cannot sali-
not piesem ......... ;
be found In one and another .n a (lll-
answered, “and the Pocket M e think
so too. They're frleniVy with us and
we like them.
••They have so ninny of our ways
They don’t drink any water, but by
Camphor for Sore Fycs
It is surprising how quickly eye
phor, hydrastls, wltclihazel. etc.,
mixed in Lavoptlk eye wash, i
small bottle helps any case s
weak or strained eyes. Aluinii
eye cup free. Jones Drug S'ore
Read an,! use ■*h„ WANT ADS.
Come Along Now.
thoroughly digesting their food they ~
don't need water un.v more than we
“Well, Mr. Kangaroo Hat, 1 hear
you have three entrances to your j
home. I found two nil I needed. Hut
I must come over and see yours soon
‘‘You must indeed," said Mr. Kan-
garoo Rat. “Perhaps you would mine
back and see It with me. I made tt
myself Just a» we all build mir own
“Rut Master Kangaroo Itat. it seems
n pity we should be called by a mime
which really we shouldn't have. We'ie
lint rats and were not kanpnioos. It
is true we have short front legs ami
hmg hind logs and can Jump. It is
true, too we have a long tall by which
we bulunce ourselves when we Jump.
••Rut our nearest relatives are the
Pocket Mice. But come along now and
see mj house It's Just down Kanga-
roo Itat street, and It's u pleasant ■ n-
nlng to be out. 1 don’t like tin- da>-
time, do you, Master Kangaroo I! - Mr"
But he knew the at
question, ••• off they Jumped !• :•";• r
and Were Joined by some Po, .. t
Mice p.s tbev made their way down
Ksfljirtruf* Ilflt st
Funny Little Frog
Miss Temhoitl b d I...... giving 'be
class a nature lesson. It w.s a •
of little bo}s and. In order to find utt
how much of the Information had pom-
tmted th ■ somewhat thick head* - ie
Hskod them to write an essay m tbe
frbg. Will ' ' effusion run as follow •:
“What e w-ii bn :'u1 bird the fro
When lie n.n V- he sits almost. W'.c.i
hr Imps he flb s almost, lie aln t got
no souse hardly. H- *•'« »•* ,!l"
hardly, eltber. When he *lts I'C •!'»
on wind In ain't got ah n -i
Father (Ic no en lo:i\d I •" •'1 1
have b** i :i : .10,1 boy h u <• g >
si nce. .1
Jack- Well. no I’m afraid I haven ’
Father- 'n<l ed I bo|*e }•■ i lu
been vot} I IV
-N • .1 it- r cum ortnlde I
'Repaired and Sharpened by machin
ery. Also Cutlery
PLANTS FOR RALE
■ . . Peppers i
| MICHAEL PRITZOS
,312 So Choctaw — Phone 72*
100 N. Kick.
Farm House Cocoa
in Beef Ribs
,|JI 3 lh8. for
in Corn Fed
.|l) Beef Roast lb.
nr Round Steak
,UU per pound
Loin or T bone
,311 per pound
Creme Oil Soap
n 2 for •
1C Brisket Bacon
,13 6 pounds
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Every Motoring Need
At Lowest Cost
The Ford Touring Car meets every
motoring requirement at the lowest
possible cost. It is sturdy, depend-
able, long lived; easy to drive; con-
venient to park —and possesses
the highest resale value in propor-
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write hnlvex <>f M"t!
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y„u ran buy any model by making a .mallI Jon ’yaffil* l.hnrh'mA UlTudh ~plo •» both plan, in dcla,l
th. FmUW.rWvPurrhiiir Halt f hr I nr.l,/ __
R1CHF.S TO POVERTY
opncnr nnd file his exception* In
writ In c to the account, nnd contest
the same. How Riven: El Ren*'
Date,) this Sth day of May. t924.
W. M. WALLACE, County .Tndye
Baheock and Trevnthan, A*torneya.
Etlm A. Jogolclf, Im umr ltu.saiaii mll-
llonnlro who lost bis entire fortune in
tin* ltuHBlnn revolution, Is now a
sweeper In the boiler shops of the
Southern Pacific railroad In Sun 1 'ran
cisco. JognletT helped build the great
Trans Siberian railway nml owned
lumber mills, factories and g"bl mines.
READ AND USE THE WANT ADP
IN flTE DISTRICT OOURT OF
CANADIAN COUNTY. STATE OF
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO
The Heirs, Executors. Administrat-
ors, Trustees, Devisees, and assiRns.
immediate and remote, of J. P. South-
erland. deceased. Mattie Franks T.
I,. Franks. Sarah Kidd. Toni W. Kidd.
Ruby O Franks. Elsie Smith, if liv-
ing. if dead her Unknown Heirs.
Executors, Administrators. Devisees.
Trustees an i assigns. Mrs R J.
Southerland, if living. If dead, her
Unknown Heirs. Executors, Admini-
strators. Devisees, Trustees and as-
NOTICE Is hereby given that a pe-
tition Is filed in tbe District Court
of Canadian County. Stale of Okla-
homa, wherein Joseph O, Hall is
plalirllff. nnd wherein Mattie Franks,
T 1,. Franks her husband. Sarah
Kidd, Tom W. Kidd, her husbnnd,
Ruby A. Franks. Elsie Smith, if liv-
ing. If dead, her Unknown Heirs.
Executors, Administrators. Devisees.
Trustees and Assigns, Mrs, R. J.
Southerland. If living, if dead, her
Unknown llclrs. Executors. Admini-
strators. Devisees, Trustees, and As-
signs, and the Unknown Heirs. Exe-
entors, Administrators. Devisees.
Trustees nml Assigns, immediate
and remote of J P. Southerland, de-
ceased. are defendants, nnd said pe-
tition Is diroeted to and makes laeh
STATE OK OKLAHOMA, CANA
DAIN COUNTY. S& .....................
NOTICE of sale of FORFEITED f parties a defendant, and nil
CAR. [of said defendants above named are
hereby notified that tbev have been
Notice Is hereby given that pur-
suant to an order of sale issued out
of the office of ii" Comity P"'"'* nf
Canadian County, Oklahoma and dl-
supd in said action in the above
named court, and must answer the
petition filed by tbe plaintiff, Joseph
O Hall, on or before the 20th day of
U. nun ....... .
rected m< tin underslgn< ! sheriff <d ! if|2t. or said petition will be
lint C Ol lal oma con ) (. .,. true, and it will be adjndg M
to lvcrtisi and • 11 decreed by tlm eourt that J P-
r, in i’>»* • ’ ■ ■ • ;ann npri»*Mu ny mi*- ..........
For,I Road: ter Automobile. Southerland, now deceased, possess
1 , ,i ...... inttere • or equity In and to
Lot Fourteen/ and the North
Number 7HE 17b to satisfy a judg-
ment of forfeiture to the State of
Oklahoma, obtained against N- NV
Malov. v I'h costs: That I v HI on
241 li day of May. 19-1, ■ * * "
Half of Lot Thirteen <1* nl,d
V 1 2 of 13) In Block Seven (7L
Hi' kox Addition to the City of El
hat 1 '!i Int< * *«. and that Mat*
in t ............
jU ,,f ; | p. no < d an c "till ,|P Franks. Sarah Kidd, and Ruby
Oklahoma t the hour ( 10 * q Franl * ••«to '' • P*”0"* ^ho
“ took under the lawa of succession,
r.nd as sole heirs, the interest of the
,, o'for for sal” at
public auction and will s i, ti.i
,hnve diHiribcd autoinobib
highest bidder for c"Hh.
Dated this 13th day or May. E'-I
T c. SHACKLETT.
Sheriff of Canadian County
1,1 11 said J P Southerland. In and to the
real property above described, nnd
that tbe said Mattie Franks. Sarah
Kidd and Ruby A- Franks each took
■ and undivided 13 part In nnd to the
[interest of said decoder* In nnd to
hnd Mas ft-U>-22 " times real estate, according to tbe
• io \ CANA- J laws of succession, and *,P
j plaintiff MO. low* O Hrfl. -
NTY col I>T or SAID now ,1'" owner In lee nlwjn "r **
... vxTTEP HE I ill iplaintiff In and »o said tract of land.
■ pa;a™ount ,n.;"yr
... h - tor of theLiaira of tb* defendants and eltj«
the - ,, n- , 1 « it tbe prcNnded
,10, 'Ho- flalm or claims of said defendants
Hi i then n con tltuti ■ a f,oud nn
- If„,e of said plaintiff in and to said
cs- 'described real estate, and It will be
,ient mid fii' l 1" ' 1 | .. . in.if# |„ ;to,i to said
ion as such exe.ulor and su'd
, » - -iloli'inii. ihiuici i* ■ i j »• • •
court that said defendants, and each
•u i- Tiii'nT’F()ft'’ HEREBY OR -' of them, have no right, title or'in
" Wcl ......... .n,|to
........... ••' >“*•
April Term, IK-4 of s«M Uourt. he.
and the same Is hereby nl'polntod orj
settlement thereof, at the County,
Court room In the City of El Umo. 11 L * t
In said County, when and where ',nv ' ’j' g ir 22. and 29. 1924
interested l„ said estate may Published May 8.
IU1III t"' " — .
Dated this 3i«| day of May. 19-4.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 15, 1924, newspaper, May 15, 1924; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909423/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.