The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 8, 1923 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Published Daily Except
T. W. MAHER
T. J. HKNNEaSY
J. R. MAHER
W a girwynsv
T W MAHER
One Year (In city) .....
Three month* (In city) .
The above applies only
•n advance; otherwlae a
nett* per wean prevalla.
price of If1
Oats ....... 47c
Barley ........................ «7c
Com, now ear ................. 70c
Corn old ear ....................’S3
Wheat ......................... 95c
flutter ......................... 40c
j Bek*, per dozen .............. 45«
BIG MONEY SAVING SALE
AT YOUNOHBM S
The announcement!) of El Reno mer-!
chants, In the Democrat are an un , *cN8t '
falling shopping guide. I —REAL IvSTATB
- I -INSURANCE
Heard over the telephone: Come j —FARM LOANS
over and ‘radio’ with us this evening' Pr.one 177
No thank you wc have to "Mah .- ... ■-
Jongg" tonight. I
Those legislators who fear to put
the teeth in the anti-klan bill will
probably be greeted by a growl”
when they return home.
CHICHESTER S PILLS j
| decedent are hereby notified that the
' undersigned was, by the County
Court of Canadian County, Oklahoma
appointed administrate with will
annexed & fth» estate of said deced-
ent. and that all persons having
claims against the estate of said de-
cedent are required to uiblbit th*4n
to said undersigned Etta Belle God-
frey Ounr> with the necessary vouch-
ers. at HoldenvIUe. Oklahoma or
with M. B. Cope attorney, El Reno.
Oklahoma within four mouths from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, to-wit: Iroui the 27th
day of November 1923. or the same
will be forever barred.
Dated November 27, 1923
Etta Bells Godfrey Gunn,
To Dec 20 incl
After “punging” and "chowlng7
and "b^mboolng" and "kow towing"
through an evening of "Mah Jongg"
It In entirely proper to serve chop
sticks with the refreshments.
"Silent Cal" appeared very loquac-
ious when he made his debut before
Congress, lie will no doubt again
observe his rule of silence, while he
listens to the "echo'
On May 21, 1924, the National ed-
itoral Asociation will be the- guest of
El Reno. On that day newspaper-
men from practically every section
of the United States will be here. In
addition men with an international
reputation as writers will arso par-
take of the hospitality of this city.
Arthur Brisbane, editorial writer for
the Hearst papers and Elbert Hub-
bard II are among those of promin-
ence who have signified their in-
tention of visiting El Reno at that
time. The date is quite a few days
off as yet. but El Reno in a general
way should begin now to Ret ready
for the^visitors. For instance we
might get in the habit how of clean-
ing our streets, washing our windows
painting up some of our store fronts
and a few little things like that. It
is the little things by which we will
Not that the visitors are going to
"Judge" u«. but we at least want El-
Reno to be at her best when they are
here. That El Reno will secure pub-
licity from their visit, probably goes
without saying, but we should not get
the idea that we are going to enter-
tain this national convention in a
hospitable manner, in return for the
Ipublicity. in this day and age the prac-
tice of entertaining convention of
various kinds, in the hope of secur-
ing financial or other gain in much
too prevalent. Every city does It,
hut the idea is wrong. When the
nations editors meet in El Rene next
Spring let us make it an occasion to
give them as much information as
possible about El,, Reno and Okla-
homa without appearing unmanner-
erly; let us exchange ideas with them
to the end both the visitors and our
selves will be benefited. There are
many cities in Oklahoma which
would gladly give a large bonus to
have the National Editorial Associa-
tlon visit their community, so El
Reno can feel highly honored to
think they have chosen to step for a
short while in this city. Meanwhile
let us get our “house in order,"
jmn tu-iulM. K*l itiw
SOU) BY DRl«GtSTS EVERYWHERE
In the County Court of Canadian
in the matter of the estate of John
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the Creditors of John Deardorff,
All persons having claims against
John Deardorff, deceased, are re-
quired to present the same with
the necessary vouchers to the un-
dersigned executrix at 1210 West
Russell Street El Reno, Oklahoma,
or to the Judge of the County Court,
within four month* of the date here
of, or tho same will be forever barr-
Dated this 6th day of December,
Olive B. Llnvllle, Executrix.
II. L. Fogg, Attorney.
First Pub. Dec. 6 and 13.
NOTICE TO SEWER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the Creditors of Mtchael D.
Tho creditors of the above-named
Sealed bids will be received by the
Corporation Clerk of the City of
K1 Reno, Oklahoma up to one o'clock
p. iii on the 21st day of December
1923, and will be opened and coo
sidered by the Board of Commission
ers in the City Hall bnildlng at
o’clock p. m. on the same day, and
the bids will be laid over nnttl
o'clock p. m on the 24th day of Dec
1923, at which time the contract will
be awarded or the bids rejected
for the construction of a sanitary
lateral sewer to serve the following
district No. 14 same being situated
within the corporate limits of the
I city of El Reno, Oklahoma serving
blocks 2 and 7 Morrison’s Second
The bids filed with the corpor-
ation clerk must be accompanied
with a certified check in a sum
equal to three percent of the amount
bid, to be forefeited to the City in
case the successful bidder fails to
enter into a contract and give the
required bonds within the lequlred
time. Each bidder agrees to inter
into a contract within twenty days
after the acceptance of his bid. and
shall agree to commence work with-
thirty days after the signing of
the contract and complete the same
within sixty working days. The con-
tractor will be required to give bond
In the sum of one hundred percent
of the contract price for the faith-
ful performance of said work and
the holding of the city harmless
from any and all damages which
may occur; and will also be requlr
ed to give a bond In the sum of the
full contract price to th« State of
Oklahoma, conditioned for the pay-
ment of all labor and material bills
on account of the construction of
said work. The contractor to
whom said contract shall be award-
ed shall perform the work in Btrict
accordance with the plaus and
and now on file in the office of the
•peciflcatlons heretofore adopted
Corporation Clerk. All parties and
persons interested may appear at
the date of the letting of the contract'
and pratst against said proposed
improvement, or any part thereof.
The Board of couomt'slonerc no
#em tho bight to reject any »nd
Dec. it every day
BIG MONEY SAVING SALE
Read the Want Ads.
FOR OVER 49 YEARS
HALL'S CAT A Hll II MKDICINB baa been
u*>d successfully in (be treatment of
HALL'S CATAHKH medicine con*
■W? °f AO Ointment which Quickly
Relieves by local application. and the
internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur-
faces, thus reducing the Inflammation,
Bold by all drugRiatg.
F. J, Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohi*
Be sure the coal bin is well filled to assure
a comfortable fire with the cheerful
warmth that makes the chilly Christmas
weather so enjoyable—outside.
El Reno Mill & Elev. Co.
B1Q MONEY SAVING PALE
STOP THAT CON-
of water in the toilet
box. Get a PARABAL
Over City Drug Store
OR. HARRY A MEVER
Corner Bickford and Ritrnll
Kl Reno, Oklahoma.
LASSIFIED WANT Al
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON, either
sex, may earn $109 to $200 monthly
corresponding for newspaper; $15 fci
$26 weekly In spare ttme; experiense
unnecessary, no canvassing; subjects
suggested. Send for particulars. Na
tional Press Bureau, Buffalo, N.Y. tfr
WANTED—Plastering. Ed. Moore,
704 West Russell. Phono 968W. Sp
THEATRE SHORTAGE Acute—
$150 030 will build six hundred thous-
and dolar theatre in New York City.
Successful composer wants partner.
Play producers and Movies pay tre
mendous guarantees to secure New
York Theatres for showing. Personal
investigation invited. iBank refer-
ences given. Box 60, Room 703
World Building, New York. 8-12p
ELECTRICITY TAUGHT BY EX-
PERTS—Earn while you learn uv
home. Electrical Book and Proof
Lessons Free. Satisfaction guaran-
‘ecd ar \ position secured. Writo to
Chief Engineer Cooke 2144 Lawrence
Ave.. Chicago. slTp
TYPISTS—Barn '' $23-$100 " weekly
spare time, copying author's manu-
scripts. Write R J. Carnes, Authors'
Agent. C-360, Tallapoosa Ga., for par-
We address you regularly through the
columns of “The Democrat” because we
want your understanding—your good will.
We believe that acquiring your good-will
is like establishing a man’s character—it
is not built by spasmodic efforts, nor based
upon exceptional acts. It springs from a
habit of mind, from a policy of dealing
frankly and honestly with those we are
privileged to serve, erasing from the public
mind any suspicion about mystery or se-
crecy in connection with our business.
OKU. GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
EL RENO DIVISION
John T. Nay Ion, Manager
Courteous Personal Attention to Every Customer
.FOR SALE—New Ford
FEMALE HELP WANTED
EARN MONEY AT HOME—Women
everywhere making substantial
amounts knitting socks for us on fast
easily learned Auto Knitter. No ex
perience necessary. Distance imma-
terial. Send for full particulars and
handsome reword book, 2c stamp.
Auto Knitter, Dept. C, Buffalo, New
and one 4 room cottage, three lots
both modern. Phone 580. xx
FOR SALE—English \Bull pup*
YOUNG LADY. Worth $59,900 pret-
ty, will marry, Club, J-Box 9a’, Cim-
arron, Kansas. ste tt
LEADING CLUB, largest most reli-
able for lonely people, confidential
FOR SALE—Am leaving town will descriptions free in plain sealed enve-
seil my Eden Electric Washer cheap I loPe-. Thousands wealthy members.
If sincere write. Established 19
years. Old Reliable Club, (same
FOR SaLE— Iron fence for cemetery j copyrighted), Mrs. Wrubel, Box 26,
lot, can be seen at Corner of Mit- Oakland. California. sip
chell and Jenkins. Lydia Lawson
2991 West 13th St. Oklahoma City.
FOR RENT—Two modern house
keeping rooms, close in. Fhono 685.
FOR RENT—Furnished apartment,
furnace heated, 229 So. Evnas. 19p
room house, good
reasonable. R. C.
READ THIS CAREFULLY — Your
Horoscope cast free. Marriage part-
ner described, money prospects, trav
els, etc, two years guide added free,
state birthdate, Mr., Mrs. or Miss.
Send 20c in stamps (not coin) to de
fray postage and clerkship. Address
Mr. C. Van de Zaar, Forest Mansion.
Haarlem, Holland. Postage to Hoi
land 5o. d Sp
ATTRACTIVE LADY—Worth $33,000
will marry. Write (E. B. M.) Box
1022, Wichita Kansas. ip
AGENTS—$25.00 daily taking orders
for $2.82 raincoats. Promptest de-
liveries. We deliver, collect. East-
ern Raincoat Co., 913 Roosevelt,
SALESMEN Hand colored Galen
dais. Hustler* earnings big. Write
Hugh H. McClccry, Washington
SALESMEN—Salesmen making |1,*
000.90 monthly. Yon can too. Electric
signs $20.00. Write. Free sample of-
fer. Flashtric, °124 Hudson, Chi-
cago. s 17p
MOST amazing uniqueT^offer for
men or women. No experience nec-
essary. Either spare or full time.
$100 week very possible. Write to-
day. Continental Distributing Co..
Continental Bldg., Oklahoma City. Sp
RIBBON SALESMAN—Covering any
territory 10 per cent commission. 8p
WANTED TO RENT—5-room mod-
ern bungalow,W. L Bruce. El Reno
/Bottling Works 4tfc
AW, WHAT’S THE USE
By L. F. Van Zelm
*> VnMK Nrwifapn Umw
To DAY i« YOUR SECOND lE'pSON IN
BOXiNCS — WOLD YJJ/3 NtiTT^ L)U
x rr^ iffir
?*T=r^ NOW I'm GONNA <56E iv
'You CAN STAND a C'OUPlA £
wallops . ‘Jon
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 80, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 8, 1923, newspaper, December 8, 1923; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909792/m1/2/: accessed January 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.