The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 131, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1928 Page: 4 of 4
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THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1928.
STUDY TWINS TO
Science Interested in Duplicate
FOR RENT: Rrick store building at
500 West Wade, formerly occupied
by Allison Grocery No. 2. Se© Ray
Maher at Democrat office.
MODERN furnished house for rent. |
609 North Bickford See George
FOR RENT: Modern six room house
with garage. Close to office build-
ing. Inquire at 525 South Miles.
FOR RENT: Two rooms Cozy apart- i
ment with kitchenette and bath con-
nections. Close in. Cali 866-R, after j
6 p. m.
FOR TRADE: 160 acre Improved
farm about 8 miles from El Reno
on highway, to trade for clear El
Reno residence property. Frank
Meyers, 111 East Woodson.
FOR SALE: Used 75-pound Refrig-
erator, good condition Davis Elec-
FOR SALE: Two choice police pup-
pies. Also toy rat terrier. Phone
FOR SALE: 1928 Dodge-4
116 North Admire.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ladies’ White Gold Wedding
rim? engraved with orange blos-
soms. Initials H. L. F. to F. P. b.
Return to Democrat office and re-
ceive $5.00 reward.
WANTED: Clean, soft ragw. Weber
Like Many, Rochester
Saw Light Too Late
A document of considerable historic
end literary importance was recently
sold In London. It Is the original let-
ter written by the famous Restoration
wit, Lord Rochester, on his deathbed,
recanting his sad past.
The letter was garbled as n broad-
side after his death, and even Bishop
Burnett, to whom it was addressed,
reproduced it Inaccurately. It Is of
Interest, therefore, to give his actual
"My most honrd, Dr. Burnett.—My
spirit ami body do decay soe equally
together tlult 1 shall write you a letter
as weak ns 1 am. In person I begin to
value Churchmen above all men in the
world, and you above all the Church-
men I know most. If God be yet
pleased to spare mee longer in this
world I hope In your Conversation to
bee exalted to that degree of piety
that the world may see how much 1
ubhor whnt I soe long Lov’d, and how
much I glory in repentance In God>
Service, or el* If the Lord Choseth to
put an end to my worldly being now
that lire would mercifully accept of
my deathbed repentnnee.—Your most
obedient and languishing Servant,
Died in Belief Drill
Had Disturbed Satan
Martin Beaty, who moved from lu
■Jiana to the mouth of Bear creek iu
Kentucky to make sail, is credited
with having drilled the first oil well
In the United Stutca. It was In lsiu
that, drilling for anil by hand, Beuty
struck oil and uuturul gas. Ills crew
was drenched with oil and. Ids tire
being near, the gas took tire. Suppus
lug be bad drilled Into the Infernal
regions, Beaty and his men took to
the hills and lefl their cauip to burn.
About two years later he nud a
tricud returned to the place, tilled a
barrel *ith oil. loaded It on a rurt,
and sturted down the river to .torn-
side, imping to tind some one i *re
who could tel: hint what the "devil's
iar" really was. Ills croft ran U|w»n
a rock ni the Devil'* Jumps and was
Severul years later Beuty attempted
to flout a second barrel down the
stream, und again Ids raft was
smashed, the barrel broken, and the
oil wasted. This time Beuty lefl that
part of the country and never re-
'urned. It is said that until his death
he helleuMl he hud penetrated Into the
realm o| the prince of dnrkne*s.~De-
mll v-'.(s. •
New York.—Twins may be so be
wllderlngiy alike that their owu fami-
lies see no difference In them. but.
scientists are investigating Jivt how.
and bow much, these duplicate human
beings really do resemble each other
Measurements takeu or: 15 sets of
twins identically alike were described
by Dr. H. F. Perkins und Laura Bliss
of tiie University of Vermont before
(tie Eugenic©Research association and
the American Eugenics society in ses-
The same sides of a pair of twins
are more frequently alike Mian their
opposite sides, the investigation re-
vealed. To visualize this, Imagine a
pair of twins like paper dolls folded
over and cut by a simple pattern. If
one is placed in front of the other,
both facing the same way, the two
sides will be more likely to match
than If one twin stands in front of the
other and they face each other.
In studying the symmetry of the
twins the investigators examined the
eyes, nose, ears, teeth, eyebrows, hair
whorl, right or left hnndedaess, hand
prints, and also mentality.
It bad been previously suggested
that a twin who has a duplicate ex-
actly like himself would probably be
an extraordinarily symmetrical person
himself, that Is, his two eyes und ears
and hands would be unusually alike.
It was found, however, that the iden-
tical twins were less often symmet-
rical individually than other twins
who did not look alike, and who also
Mentally the twins examined were
found to be strikingly similar in in-
telligence, the report stated. The
youngest ones were more alike than
the older ones, and the similarities
were particularly close in answering
questions which involved Inborn or in-
herited tendencies and abilities, it
OKLAHOMA CITY LIVESTOCK
Cattle receipts 800; market steady;
top heifers $12.50; beei cows $10.00;
cunners and cutters $6.75; hulls $8.
Calf receipts 800; top vealers
Hop receipts S00: market a dime
up: probable top $1015(^10.25; hulk
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK
Cattle receipts 800; market steady;'
Calf receipts 200; no quotations.
llog receipts 3,500; market steady
to a dime higher; top $lo.50; bulk
EL RENO GRAIN AND
Hens - —
Eggs _ „
Wheat ......... _$1.17
Oats __________ 45
Barley --------------------- ,55
Mixed Corn _ __________________ .90
White Corn _ ___________________ ,91
Yellow Corn _ ________________ ,92
Kafir . ---------------------~ S4
“75-Pound Piece” of Ice
Doomed by U. S. Bureau
Washington.—What, asks the De-
partment of Commerce, Is more simple
than a cake of Ice?
Another Ice cake, replies the di-
vision of simplified practice, which has
It's a melting story the division is
telling, and the end of It may spell
the doom of that commodity known
to housewives far and wide us a
“seventy-five-pound piece.” The di-
vision asserts it isn’t simple, It Isn't
economical. It doesn't properly fit the
modern refrigerator and seeks Its “ul-
timate elimination” in favor of 25, 50,
100 and 150 pound cakes ranging in
dimension from 12 by 12 by 8 inches
to 12 by 24 by 24 Inches.
The 73-pound cake, which is 12 by
12 by 24 Inches, will be eliminated If
the division has its way at a confer-
ence here. Ice distributors uttendiug
will be asked to make sure dimensions
are proper to fit the simplified ice
boxes which the manufacturers will
build to correct scale for the organ-
Opinions of refrigerator manufac-
turers, ice men, architects, engineers
and ice users have been compiled
after a two-year survey. The division
declares they were one in the opin.on
that unnecessary variety of ice cake
sizes existed. The 75-pound cake
seemed particularly to arouse their op-
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Habits are good servants or hard
masters according to their natures
. . . . Good habits conserve our ener-
gies and enable to perform our tasks
without conscious effort. . . Get the
habit of attending Suuduy school reg-
ularly and save the argument over
whether you go to Sunday school or
go for an outing.
Morning Worship il:00
Anthem. "Rejoice In the Lord" —
Sermon subject: "The Christian
Declaration of Independence."
Evening Worship 8:00
This service will be held on the
Central school grounds in union with
the other churches of (he city. We
are not dismissing our evening serv-
ices—merely moving to a cooler lo-
cation-let’s attend these services
with the same loyalty and regularity
with which we attend when held at
our own church.
Union Young People’s Meeting
The young folk of the city are also
having union services at the Central
school grounds. This has not been
done before. Let’s make it a huge
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
July 1, 1928.
Christian Science Services, corner
London and Hoff streets, Sunday
morning at 11:00 o’clock. Subject,
“GOD," Golden Text, Psalms 8:1. “O
Lord our I>rd, how excellent is thy
name in aii the earth! who hast set I
thy glory above the heavens.”
Sunday school 9:45.
Testimonial services Wednesday
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
The Reading rooms, located at 107 !
East Wade street, are open from
11:30 to 4:30, except Sunday and
ST. JOHNS METHODIST CHURCH
R. C. Taylor, Pastor
’’CHRISTIAN COMRADESHIP,” is
the subject of the pastor’s sermon j
for the Sunday 11a. m. service. This j
will deal with some phases of the 1
Christian religion which bring joy i
and gladness to the Christian’s heart
and assures aihple assistance for !
Special music and congregational
singing will be features of this serv-
ice, and the whole program will be
inspirational and worshipful. AH
members and friends are urged to be
present and worship with us, and to
leam more of the Joy of the Jesus
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Union Gospel services with oilier
churches at Central school campus at
8:00 p. m.
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Church school at 9:45.
Morning worship at 11:00. The
Summer Communion will be celebrat-
ed. Thu day marks the first anniver-
sary of fhe present pastorate. This
fact will be recognized in the ser-
mon. The session will meet just
following the Church school, for the
purpose of examining candidates for
Christian Endeavor, tnion Young
People's service at Central School
ground At 6:45.
Evening worship. Union service
at Central School ground at 8:00
CHRIST MEMORIAL CHURCH
Corner Watts and Barker
Sunday school 9:3C a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon 11:00
VISITORS AND STRANGERS AL-
UNION OPEN AIR SERVICES BE-
The first of the summer open air
Union Services arranged by the Min-
isterial Alliance, will he held at the
Central school ground, Sunday eve-
•<ng, July 1st, at 8 bVfock. These
Union services will continue through
July and August, the local ministers
taking turns as speakers with per-
haps some recognized outBide speak-
er to close the series. The Rev. V.
A. Hargis, President of the Alliance
is speaker for the first service. In
case of storm, the services will be
held in the Baptist church. Those
who attended these services last year
will remember their helpfulness. It
is hoped that still others of the com-
munity will take advantage of the
privilege of worship this summer.
A new arrangement is the plan of
the Young People's Societies of the
city to meet at the same location
at 6:45, these summer Sunday eve-
pagelnt will be presented by the |
school. A cordial invitation. This
service is TONIGHT, June 29.
Bible School meets at 9: CO.
A class for you. The school will
begin its weekly ball game this Sun-1
day. Come and play ball.
Morning service and communion |
service at 10:40 o’clock.
Evening service at Central School
Union services. Come!
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Preaching 11 a. m., subject: “DI-
VINE Healing and mrs. m«-
PHERSON’S VERSION OF IT.” It
was our pleasure to attend one of her
healing services, aud to make a note
of her version of this important topic.
I am convinced that the Holy Scrip-
tures teach Divine Healing! Come!
There will he 110 evening service
on account of tne open-air union
services on the lawn of the Central
school building. In the event of rain
FOLKS YOU KNOW
(Continued from page 1.)
Miss Nancy Bennett of Oklahoma
City visited today with Miss Pauline
Rector, 820 South Rock Island.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Burkhaiter,
daughter, MIbs Irene and soil, Charles
Ray, 120 North Hoff, are expected to
return Saturday from a two weeks’
motor Mb to Chicago and Peoria,
» * *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam O. Weir, 215
South Roberts, have as their house
guests, Mrs. Leo Nightengale and
son, Sammie, of Kansas City, Mo., and
Mrs. Bert McClellan of Chicago* III.
Mrs. Nightengale and Mrs. McClel-
lan are sisters of Mr. Weir.
Mrs. Joseph *M.*Ozmun, 820 South
Barker, will leave Saturday for Hai-
leyville, where she will attend the
wedding Sunday of Miss Ethel Mac-
in the evening this service will be
held in the Baptist meeting house.
The public is cordially invited to
hear a discussion of the topic named
above, and to worship with us.
Holmes Nichols, Pastor.
Today and Saturday
Karl Dane, George K. Arthur in
Special Added Attraction
^atesl News. Adm. 10—25—35
Matinee Saturday 1:30—3:30
Preview Saturday Night 11:30
Comedy: “The Fight Pest"
Regular Admission ICk—25—35
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
“He mothered me, protected me.
He suffered and slaved for me—
that I should know only happiness
and success. What a man, what a
pal, what a great success—
“60RREL AND SON”
Is a song of love that will vibrate
the heart-strings' of the world—
whose music is a gloridus dramatic
symphony. You will never—you can
never forget this, one of the greatest
pictures ever produced,
with H. B. Warner, Anna Q. Nilsson,
Alice Joyce, Nils Asther
and Carmel Myers
Regular Admission 10—25—35
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Barker and London
Wm. H. Matthes, Pastor.
Closing program of Vacation
Church School tonight at 8 o'clock.
"The Melting Pot” Americanization
Today and Saturday
Tom Tyler and His Pals in
‘‘THE DESERT PIRATE"
Comedy: "Old Wiv$s Who Knew”
Special—First scenes of Democratic
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
with Irene Rich, Olive Brook
Saturday and Sunday
10c— EVERYBODY— 10c
Today and Saturday
Roy Stewart in
"THE MIDNIGHT WATCH"
Comedy: “Tut Tut”
Also 3rd Chapter—
Cures Chills and Fever,
Intermittent, Remittent and
Bilious Fever due to Malaria
It Kills the Germs.
Here's Talking Dollars
And “Sense” To You!
We don’t question your
good judgment. We figure
common sense will prompt
you to quick action in tak-
ing in this
Phone 218 — Free Delivery — Phone 219
SPECIAL—Another shipment of those high grade
Peaches in heavy syrup, No. 2 1-2 cans _19c
6 cans for __ $1.10. The same as last Saturday.
(WHY BUY CANS)
101 Mild Mellow Blend
We are offering some 10c Specials for Saturday
in a Novelty Way
We have arranged a 10c Department, that has
many bargains. To get the benefit of this you will
have to visit our store.
THE BEST FOR LESS
Black Flag Fly Spray
Kills flies, moths, roaches, mosquitoes and ants.
WHY PAY MOKE?
(Brownie in Charge)
HAVE A DRINK WITH US!
For the convenience of our customers and friends
we have installed water coils in our refrigerator,
and have ice water at all times. Stop and drink
New Fuel For Motors
• • •
The Magnolia Petroleum Company
nnhounr< 4 today the addition of a
new mi or fuel to he known as Mag-
nolia ANTI KNOCK gasoline, to Ita
list of producta. According to E. P.
Angus, General Sales Manager of the
company, “it is the result of extensive
research to produce a motor fuel
which gives ‘something extra’ in ad-
dition to quiet power on the hills and
In send and mud.’
"ANTi KNOCK." Mr. Angus said,
“Is a j ure petroleum product. It takes
out the knock without injury to any
part 01 the motor or gas lines. We
bel|.«fo motorist* will velrome this
new gasoline, especially fn cars that
require high-compresaion fuels and
others which are affected by exces-
ANTIKNOCK ia available at
Magnolia Stations and dealers.
throughout the Southwest," Mr. An-
--— 4. . .. . —
Cobs, 50 cents load. El i
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Choice Beef Shoulder Roast, !b
Beef Rib Boiling Meat, lb
Pork Shoulder Roast, lb
Pork Shoulder Steak, lb
Good Smoked Bacon, lb
Best Salt Meat, lb
Cotton at 22c ooui-H will
surely advance the cost of
all kinds of merchandise.
The wise ones are taking
advantage of our low prices.
We have the Famous
HORMEL FLAVOR SEALED HAMS
sliced or whole.
It’s Up To You.
Think! A ct!
Fresh Dressed Fryers Choice Spring Lamb
“Our Refrigeration—Your Protection”
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 131, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1928, newspaper, June 29, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909512/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.