The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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Beckton & Wheelers
Clearance Sale _
[nomination is sent in you are cred
Iff © ¥>__T_Mted with 1,000 votes, then, by makln
Offers Discrun nating Men & Boys,,
a Splendid Muncy Saving Chance on j
CIQIHING. SHOES. HATS S FORNISUIIGS
Interest U Inc easing dally la ft*
seven trips to the Panama xposltlon
that are being offered by Fybergers.
Il'andali & Co., El Reno Lumber Co.,
; Paradise and Gibson. The Novelty
i Theatre Pass Furniture Compan>,
Martin Mr.itor Co., and the Democrat.
Many candidates have al eady been
nominated and 'those who desire to
enter the contest should enter at
once. If you do not want to go your-
self then enter a friend and help her
to go to the Exposition. W'en your
over to ttlH «'«T ° • tow-
ard waited at th depot and
t ien took the early train out the
next morn inc.
FR SALES—One Chalmers automo-
bile $4*>0 00 In perfect condition. H.
S Pa ker, Phone 657. 30 6-c
Remark ablt' Price
1MB w— 7—T
An immense stock
of high grade suits
to7hoi>Be from, and
we have made the
miss this sale.
Lot No. 1
$30.00 Suits $22 50
15.00 44 11.25
13.50 " 9.95
10 0 0 44 0 7.50
Men's and Boy's
$6.50 Hanan «Sfe Fon
6.00 44 4 44
5.00 K. 0.
2.75 Boys Oxfords
Lot No. 2
Men's and Boy's
your purchases at any of tie above
sto es or buslnes houses you can se-
cure more votes New subscriptions
. the. Democrat are credited with
2.00d votes for each dollar paid, re,
newals 1001 votes for each dollar.
The time o get busy is right now,
don't wait or you may lose a good
oppo tunity to see the exposition
without a dollar of expense to you
The four girls residing in El Reno
that receive the highest number of
votes will go to San "Francisco from
this city and the three girls in the
county outside of El Reno who re-
ceive the highest vote will go from
Canadian County, making a total of
seven girls who will see the exposi-
tion without cost Come to the
Democrat office and get receipt
blanks and then get buay among
your friends before some of your
competitors give their subscription
to some other girl. A good beginn.
ing is more than half the battle. Go
in'o the contest with the de efpnl-
Uf.tion to win. i}e3ides the trips to
San Francisco the e will be many
■ other prizes and you are certain ">
le well repaid fov your efforts, Get
your nomina'ion in at once so you'"
friends will know about it and will
give you their votes
7 00 Troupers
150 Boys Trousers
. 1.00 44
600 pair to select
B!ue serge, gray and stripes
--white flaniu-l and siU<
Mr. Robert Sitler, of Oklahoma
City waa calling on former friends In
this city yesterday.
Mibs Edith Paulsen will entertain
about twenty couples at a dancing
party this evening" on the Schaffer
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The new Humphrey residence on
South Macomb will be ready for oc-
cupancy September 1st. It is In the
ve y popular New England Colonial
style and combines simplicity of
(le all with roominess and comfort.
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As a compliment to Mrs. Fay Bond
of Oklahoma Cliy, Mrs. E. D.
Humphrey gave a well appointed
luncheon on Friday at the Newland
residence. Those enjoying the hos-
pitality were Mmes. J. R. Smiley, K.
E. Humphrey, F. H. Wright, S. B
Pettee, John C, Delana and T. H.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mr Harold Beacom spent several
(lays in Chicago at a Fraternity con-
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Mr. and M s. I. S. Coats and Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Crane of Oklahoma
| City were dinner guests of Mr. and
R Smiley on Saturday even.
Owing to lack of space today the ing.
Democrat was -inable to publish thfc i ♦ ♦ *
list of those who have already enter- I Tile Misses Moriarty * ° av
e<1 the Exposition Tours Contest, but
the list- will be published tomorrow.
2 00 "
$12.50 Suits $8.35
Savoy and Regal Dress
$1.50 Savoy ' $1.15
1 00 Regal . -75
One Lot of 75c and $1 00
shirts to close out quick
at . 45c
Savoy plaited shirts $1.50
2 00 and 2.50 to close out
quick • $1.00
Panamas and Bankoks
$6.00 Hats 4.50
One lot $2.50, 3.00 and
3.50 to close quick LOO
On all Felt Hats, Stetson
$6.00 Stetson $4 50
5.00 " ' 3 7r>
3.50 41 2.65
3.00 No Name 2.25
2.50 44 " 1.90
One lot Soft Hats to close
at $1.00 '
A. G. Hainht who Is making a trip
arpund the world on a wager was In
the city today Mr Haiig'at must ea"n
his way as he goes along and must |
[ complete his trip by August 5, 1922.
oK far he has traveled over 22,000
miles and has walked 4,000 miles and
' before he completes his • journey
| must have yislted every civilized
country in the world, lie will appear
a' the El Reno theatre this evening
and tell the story uf his t ip so far,
I All meat markets pf the city will
close at ten o'clock on July 4th, Buy
your meat early on the. Fourth
better still the evening before and
give the em pipy e-; of the meat liiark
e> a chance to have a.holiday
L R, Yarbrough of .Mississippi will
address the people of El Reno at the
city hall on the 'evening of July 8th
at 8 o'clock- ion the subject "Whether
Or Not the Negro Has the Rig.it to
Vote" There will be no admission
ai d both white and colored • ]>eopie
are invited to •a'ten.l.
Childrens Crash and
U 50 Hats $115
1 00 44 -75
50 \ 4<>
Trunks and Leather
Goods ten per cent
Union Suits and 2-piece
Jess Ozpr.in of 1 lis el'y today re."
reived a box of chi ries from L,. B.
Hannefleld of Portland, Oregon The
cherries are abohl the size of an or-
dinary plum Mr. . Hannefield was
formerly employed at the City Drug
Store in this city.
John L Rice desires to announce
to the Democ ats of Canadian county
that he- Is a candidate for the office
*if coil t clerk subject to lie wishes of
the Democratic primary on -Auffist 4
50c Neckwear 35c
3 for $1.00
$2.00 Khaki Trousers 1.60
1.50 " 14 120
1.25.41 44 1.00
Carhart Sweet Orr and
Arm & Hammer Brand
$1 Overalls 90c
50c Work Shirts 40
2 for 75 cents
J I Phelps, attorney for Carl XJ1
rich made .application yesterday In
district, court -fur a writ of
Corpus, in. order to obtain bond,
•ledge Carney g anted the writ and
fixed the bond cf Ulrlch a- $5,0ft0 but
so far Ulricii has been unable to fur-
bish tap biond.
spent a fortnight at the Shaugh
riessy home will depart tomorrow
visiting In Enid and Oklahoma City
before going to their home In Fort
♦ • •
Cards have been received from
Mrs Gelder who Is visiting her rel
atives in Marshaltown, Iowa. Mrs
Gelder Is enjoying a reunion with her
four sisters. She expects to go sown
to Chicago and will not return tor
about six weeks.
Mrs A F Bond has returned to
Oklahoma City after spending two
weeks with her sister, Mrs. J.
♦ • •
Tae many friends of Mr. Farls
Randall will regret to know that he
iy ill with typhoid fever.
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Mr Frank Slocum, who has been
at Memphis and Little Rock for a I
mon'h or more returned home yes. j
terday Mrs Slocum who is visitnig
elatlveB nl Illinois expects to return
to this cky later in the seaapn.
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Miss Gertrue I-ane will leave for
Colo ado tomorrow to be gone several
♦ « ♦
Mary Gill Oarrett is in from the
Cheyenne Indian school today
Pat Wtoodruff of Guthrie was an
E! Reno visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Fry of South
Hoff avenue had aB their dinner
gi.v,sts on Sunday, Miss Maude Mor-
ris and Mr, J^ck Spears of Oklahoma
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The Sdhatfer lawn will be the
mv scene of a dancing party and ice
' cream social glvea by the ladles of
Habeus _ . . _ on Wednesday
Enjoy this Luxury Now
Gas Service Means Lasting l omlort
---you may hiivp read many advertisements
describing the genuine sei vice -the comfort
and the economy of w;ii> r heaters.
—you may have seen them operate in the
home of a friend or relative.
—but you have put off making this conven-
ience a paying investment untill 'sc me other
—whv not now, before the he t weathfr begins
to pull down the strength and energy of those
who use your home.
—Examine gas water heaters at your stove
EL 111 CAS SB CO.
Many are the good times spent at
the Country Club taese hot June days
ty the members, but it is safe to say
that a jollier crowd than ever spent
yesterday afternoon and evening at
the links. Messrs and Mesdames E.
A Ijeibman, W. J. Finch, L. O. Hig-
gins, H. J. Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
Nalson of Oklahoma City and M '. J.
T Allison made up the party. An old
fashioned picnic was nerved in which
eggs and bacpn formed a very tempt-
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\ Mrs. J. D. Roberts Who is at the
I sanitarium is resting comfortably but
improves very slowly.
♦ ♦ ♦
Master Henry Allen, the spu of
Mr .and Mrs. W. 8. Buckley enter-
tained about twenty little friends last
evening from four until s x to eel-
ebrate her sixth birthday. Dainty
fe.'is, jol.y games, delicious ices aui
a blr'hday cake made the hours pass
Mr and Mrs Nelson of Oklahoma
City were guests yesterday of Mr.
and Mrs. Liebman,
A Number of Small Ice
Cream Tubs among res-
idences of El Reno. If
you have one phone
El Reno Ice Cream Co.
the Episcopal Guild
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The Misses Moriarty of Fort Wort'fl
who have been the popular bouse
guest of Misses Mildred and Gene.
o-, i * r d-,n-„ vtevei Shaughnfessy departed today
A, noon today Chief of Police Mc , ^ Q ma to ^ the gue8ts of
Ci.rtney received a message fiom the ^ ^ ^ Mru „ T Rdwards
Chief of the Kansas City Detective
Bureau sta Ing ;hat George Crouckas
the Greek who roblpd Geo ffe Sava-
nas.ot $180 early Sunday morning,
'rati been arretted in Kansas City and
would return to El Reno without
requisition -papers. Shortly after the
Judge and Mrs. R. J. Edwards.
Mrs. J. M. Harkin is improving
rapidly and will soon be convalescent.
Mrs S, E Brady enter'-ained at
Riook on Saturday morning conipll-
r aitfi" tut? ... XM
a mentary to her house guest, Miss Ma-
1 e>t was discovered McCa tneV ^ g^ ^ KanBa8. NVis.s
found evidence that snowvd that] „ ... „
Cxouckas was the guilty pany. He
t:aced the man to Oklahoma City
and then o El Reno and Kingfisher
and finally found that be was en.
rnute to Kansas City. Ho notified
ti e Kansas City authorities and tli3
man was arrested this morning as
soon as he alighted from the train.
.Crouckas af.e committing the theft
went to Oklahoma City and checked
I his trunk to that place. He then re-
checked it to Kingfisher and slipped
"Learn the Way"
JL^r XI V-F M. M. ▼ ▼ XX W* VI The worst eases, no mntter of how lorsFtnndiuw
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable D:
109 S. Bickford. El Reno's Largest Cl<*hing Store ™d2^^
Twyman won the high score favor a
cut glass pin tray and the honoree re.
ceived a silver Bpoon. A*, one o'clock
a four cpurse luncheon was served.
Nasturtiums and pinks weer simply
used in deorating Additional guests
aside from the F. U. N. Club mem-
be s were Mmes O. A. Shuttee, H. T,
Smith, W. H. Fry, W. E Bennett, M.
A, Asijbrook and Mis® Twyman.
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Sutter went to Anadarko to.
day to visit friends.
• • •
Mrs. H. K. Ricker of El Reno will
arive today to visit Mrs. T J, Ste.
wart of West Fifteenth street—Daily
The Schaffer home on South Riock
Inland avenue was b.illantly lighted
last evening and tae, scene was a
merry one when Miss Edith Paulsen
was a charming hostess at a dancing
party on the lawn. Ices were serv-
ed on the veranda. Mrs. Roberts
furnished the music. The invited
guests were the Misses Lura Cook
of Wichita; Moriarty of Fort Worth
Bess and Minnie Van Ness, Price,
Tinsman, Stone Agnes and Mary
Cu-hbertson, Mildred and Genevieve
I Shaughnessy, Farley, Nicholson,
! Edith and Florence LaBryer Saut.
'bine, Funda, Lowe, Gerrer, Hatchet*.
Marvin, Nonie Turner of Hinton, De.
i Atley, Thompson* Jensen, Mary and
'Anna Paulsen, Montgomery; Messrs
(Tannebaum, Jenkine, Horace and
! Adair Taylor, Funda John and Geo.
] McLean and -Oscar Murphy, Howard,
Devine, Shuttee Hockor Harold and
| Thomas Beacom, Hatch, Charles and
j Willis Sautblne, Nichols, Bronson,
) Patterson, Robare, Buckner, "Estis
, Hans Paulsen, Jensen and Messrs and
Mesdames P. P. Duffy, W. L, Patrick
Shackelflord' Roy Sloan, Nell Waldo
and Earl Wood house,
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Louise Hatchett left t'nis morn
Ing for Hobart where she will join
the house pa ty guests of Miss
Brooks of Oklahoma City who will
rr end twp weoks at Medicine Park,
♦ ♦ ♦
Miss Davis of Fayetteville, Arkan
sas is spending the summer with Mr.
and Mrs J. P. Matthews.
First Published June 25, 1914
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
To the Creditors of A. J. Russell
All persons having claims against
A, J. Russell, deceased, or the estate
ot A. J. Jtussell, deceased are re-
quired to present same wita the nec-
essary vouchers to the undersigned
admlnisi.ra.or at the El Reno State
Bank in tae cijty of El Renp, Okla-
homa, within four months of the date
hereof, or the same will be forever
Dated this 25th day of June 1914
ARTHUR T. MARCH,
ELKS SPECIAL TO DENVER
The Elk's Special to be called the
President's Special, consisting of the
latest modern Pullman steel sleep rs,
buffet-library, dining and observa-
tion cars will leave El Reno at 8;35
p. m., July 11 and will arrive at Den-
ver at 7:30 p m, July 12, is open to
all. Anyone planning" a visit to
Colorado or West will do well to
take advantage of tbjse splendid ac-
commodations, Fare for the round
trip $23.85; berth $4.50 Phone Rock
Island ticket agent for reservations,
HOW FfOCH PEOPLE
CURE STOMACH TROUBLE
A household remedy of the rrrneh
peasantry, consisting of pure vegetable
oil, and said to possess wonderful merit
in the treatment of stomach, liver and
intestinal troubles, has been introduced
in this country by George H. Mayr, who
for twenty years has been one of the
leading down town druggists of Chi-
CiV£o and who himself was cured by its
use. So quick and effective is its action
that a single dise is usually enough to
bring pronounced relief in the most
stubborn cases, and many people who
have tried jt declare they never heard
of anything to produce such remarkable
results in so short a time. It is known
as Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
and can now be had at almost f*ny drug
store. It is now sold here by
Jones TJruK iu d. K<>ck Island
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 30, 1914, newspaper, June 30, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90972/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.