The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 53, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 6, 1923 Page: 4 of 4
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On March 10, 1876, in a noisy machine
shop at Boston, the telephone was born.
Alexander Graham Bell, the young teach-
er of deaf mutes, had dedicated his life to
restoring the precious gift of voice to his
During his experiments he discovered a
new principle of sound transmission which
brought the hope t hat some day men might
hear each other’s voices though separated
by hundreds of miles.
I hat dream has come true. Today you
may send your voice—you—to anyone any-
where in the United States by Long Dis-
tance telephone. It will carry you to your
family and friends; it will bring them to
Ask the Ix>ng Distance operator about
Station to Station calls, particularly the
low- rates prevailing after 8:30 p. m.
SoiJTHWKSTERN BeLL TELEPHONE Co.
Your Voice is You-Visit Them by Telephone
EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
JUDGE IRWIN DEAD
Judge Clinton F. Irwin died Sun-
day at his home In Elgin, ill., follow-
ing a two weeks Illness with pneu-
monia. He is survived by his wife,
a son and daughter. Judge Irwin
was a former resident of El Reno
having resided here during his en-
eumbency of the office of federal
Judge, for the second territorial dis-
trict of Oklahoma to which he was
appointed in 1899, serving for eight
yaare. The district comprised King-
fisher, Canadian, Blaine , Beckham,
Custer and Roger Mills counties. In
1908 Judge Irwin removed to Elgin,
III., where he practiced law until
1913, when he was elected circuit
judge, which office he held at the
time of his death.
He was 69 years of age at the time
of his death.
FERRY PROJECT SUCCESS
While the bridge over the Cana-
dfsn River, north of the city was
under construction, El Reno cltDcns
arranged with Jack Smith owner of
Ihe ferry, to pay for the transports
lion of farmers living north of the
city who desired to come to El
With the completion of the bridge
the ferry ceased operation last Sat-
urday evening. El Reno citizens
raised a fund of about $500 to pay
for this transportation, and In the
settlement with Mr. Smith, It was
found that 402 fares and some Inci-
dental expense were charged to the
citizens committee. This leaves a
balance In the committees hands of
MIAMI, Okla. Nov. 6 - Three Coal
miners were killed today when a lift
dropped with the men in a shaft of
the Lucky Rill mine, nine miles north
of here. A fourth man was injured.
KANSAS CITY. Mo, Nov.
Three nuns and twenty-five school
children marched In orderly fashion
today from St. James parochial | Archie English.
BOYS’ CLUB WORK
Virgil Hammond. Floyd Schawb.
Melvin Harmon. Marlin Downey.
Herbert E Johnston. Frank Holland.
HEADACHES AND SLIGHT COLDS
Laxative RRO.MO QUININE tablets
relieve the Headaches by curing the
Cold. A tonic laxative and germ
destroyer. The box bears the sign-
ature of E. W. Grove. 30c.
school, wh a the building was en-
veloped by flames. Ten Boy Scouts
assisted the nuns tn rescuing the
Cattle receipts 2400. Market ac
tlve and steady. Fancy top $10.00.
Calf receipts 300. Market active
and steady. Top $6.00. Cows and
heifers $3 00 to $6 50. Hog receipts
1300. Market active and steady.
Top $7.10, bulk $6.70 to $7.00.
Cattle receipts 16,000. Market slow
ajid steady. Top $11.50, hulk $9 50.
Calf receipts 3000. Hog receipts
19000. Market slow and lower. Top
$7.05, bulk $6.50 and up.
- OPEN PARISH HOUSE
ORDER AT ONCE
Ermll Anderson. Frank Holl-
The formal opening of the new
parish house of the Episcopal
Church for the members of the par-
ish will be held Friday evening. A
seven o’clock dinner will be served.
The address of welcome will ho de-
livered by th-> pastor Rev. John A.
Gardner. Other addresses will (be
over $200. The project was very given by Rishop Theodore Payne
successful from both the point of Thurston, D. D., nnd Rpv. Holmes
view of the citizens of El Reno and Nichols, president of the El Reno
the farmers. Ministerial Alliance.
The birthplace of the tele-
phone, a garTet at 109 Court
Street, Boston, M*u.
bill and the first telephone
Irish Potato Club—
Floy,) Rranstool. Hadley Fox. Elmei
White. Alvin White. Gerhart Broch-
Sweet Potato Club-
Chas White. L. Chappell. Emery
Francis W. ’lace. Roy Stafford. Elvln
Floyd Rranstool. Floyd Rranstool.
Floyd Schawb. Arthur Schawb.
Ralph Crowly. Frank Holland.
iVloyd Rranstool. ’Pearl Skinner.
PIG breeding CLUB
Roy Stafford. Archie English.
BEEF BREEDING CLUB
Rest calf for breeding purposes—
Francis Walace. Chas LaFollette.
Sylvan Fredrick. Archie English.
Best calf for dairy purpose—
Godfrey Girls. Godfrey Cirls.
Canning, 1st year—
Evalyn Van Busklrk. Irene Lovins.
Canning, 2 year—
Helen Elschen. Gladys Snyder.
Canning 3rd year—
Opal Petree. Geneva Holland.
Canning 4th year- -
Food Preparation, 1st yeaf—
Bertha Zweiacher. Gladys Beechara DjlT Ifi
Chrtstin graven*. Naomi Ellison. OIUITInuU 111
Food Preparation 2 year—
Wilda Leeper. Flossie Stusher
Pearl Skinner. Helen Elschen. Jew-,
ell King Velma Kennedy
Sewing. Second year—
Mary Bell Anderson. Clara Fred-
rick. Evelyn Van Buskirk. Irene
Lorenzen. Elizabeth Sumens. The-
lma Entertloe. Gladys Beecham.
Jewell King. Emogeuc Taylor. Flos-
Food Preparation 3 year—
Mary Bell Anderson. Helen Elschen.
Georgia Cox. Jewell King Louise
“Pape’s Diapepsirt” for Gases
Indigestion or Sour, Upset
Instantly! Stomach corrected! you
never feel the slightest diMren from
indigestion or a sour, act t, gassy
stomach, after you eat *• tablet of
"Pape’s Dlapepsln.” The moment ti
reaches the wtomach all sourness
flatulence, heartburn, gaaes palp-
itation and pain disappear. .Drug
Van Grundy Geneva Young. Dorthylsists guarantee each package to cor
Brandt. rect digestion at once. End your
Food ITeparatlon, 4th year—
Helen Renderhagen. Louise Van
Sewing, 1 year (29) entries
Heden Elschen. May Weyghant.
Lilly Marndus. Flora Weyghant
Georgia Cox. Fleta Coleman. Pear,
S,klnner. Arva I/orenzen, Thelma
Lsierlina Juantia McVey.«
Sewing 3 year—
Mildred Renfrow. Geneva Holland-
Emma Taylor. Louise Van Grundy.
Genetya Young. Dorthyj F).*andlt
■Bertha Zxwelacher Wilda I^eeper
Sewing 4th year—
Helen Rinderhagen Alice Hoffman.
Cold Pack, Canning Club Dcm.—
First team, (first award)
Bertha Rrochers. \M»iorie Blum.
Second team (second award)
Virginia Hicks. Helen Rinderhagen.
Esther Cupp. . 1
Food Preparation Demonstraation—
Mary Bell Anderson. Helen Rinder-
hagen. Flossie Stucher Virginia
Hicks. Georgia Cox
Sewing Club Demonstration—
Jewell King Georgia Cox. Helen
Eischen Mary Bell Anderson. Helens
Rinderhagen. Virginia Hicks Flos
Stomach trouble for a few i-nts.
- r.EAL ESTATE
EL RENO THEATRE
“THE EAGLES FEATHER"
With a notable cast Including
A SPECIAL ATTRACTION
THE NEW TOM MIX
“TONY” the wonderful horse
“THE OLD HOMESTEAD”
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON, either
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$25 weekly in spare time; experience
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FOR SALE—Two gas stoves, also
car cheap. Phone 310, 309 South
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished apart*
! ment. furnace heat. 220 S. Evans.
FOR iRENT 5troom modern house
806 West London. Inquire 800 South
l<OST—English female setter bird
dog called "Queen” reward. Phone
LOST—Wrist watch. Lost Saturday,
reward. Miss IiOttie Williams at
Reeds Store. 12-p
At great expense we
developed the product
to meet our ideals in
quality and flavor.
Then we spared wj
expense to make the
package worthy of the
Sealed Tight - Kept Right
Pure chicle and other in-
gredients of highest quality
obtainable, made under
modern sanitary conditions.
Keeps teeth white
After Every Meal
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 53, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 6, 1923, newspaper, November 6, 1923; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909908/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.