The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 177, Ed. 1 Monday, September 21, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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"An Army moves
Upon its Stomach"
• It cannot move faster than its supply tram
men cannot march and tight without healthful,
In the Battle of Life, you cannot go fast or
far without nourishing, health-building food.
Such a food is
It is scientifically prepared to supply the
greatest amount of nutriment in concentrated,
easily digestible form.
While war in Europe is sending up the price
of all foods in America, remember there's de-
licious flavor, economy and better health in
No Advance in Price.
— sold by Grocers everywhere.
~ "There, then," said Mra Lewl«.
counting out ten five-dollar bills upon
"Tlmmons," said Madame Yogara a
little later in th# evening, "we're go-
ing to move on tomorrow."
"Move on after one night?"
"Yes. There's going to be troubl®.
And, say! Does that old Enoch Grims-
by take his girl to the seanceB?'
"Never," answered Tlmmons. "She I
at a boarding school. Sort of neg-
lected, you know, and they say he
never sees her more than once a week,
though the school's only a couple of
miles out of town.",
"Find where it Is, Tlmmons, before j
"Sure!" grinned Timinons.
The seance was sparsely attended,
for the first night is not usually a
profitable one. At a dollar a head,
this would only bring in sixteen It
is those who go home that bring the
trade the second night and the third
SU11, the little group certainly got
their money's worth The spirltc of
LI Hung Chang. William Ewart Glad-
stone. Mary, Queen of Scots, and Cleo-
patra, not to mention numerous de-
ceased friends and relations, appeared
and hob-nobbed familiarly with th*
circle Presently the voice In the
cabinet piped: _
"Anybody here named Enoch?"
"That's me!" exclaimed an enthusi-
astic old gentleman who had been
staring Into the darkness with rapt at-
"Well, Minnie wants to talk to you
and the lady at your side. She can't
come out—the Influence* are not good.
The astral force la v«ak tonight
Come to the cablueC"
Enoch Grimsby toddled toward It,
Mrs. l.ewls at his Bide. A spectral
ligure In white flowing robes ap
"Minnie!" exclaimed Mr Grimsby.
"Yes, It is Minnie, Enoch,'' said the
spirit. "It Is the wlf whom you turned
out of your home and sent to wandel
about a cruel world."
"1 Uiought you—you'd forgiven nift
Minnie!" pleaded Uie old gentleman.
■■\Ye 1 .-.n. v.« r*-tl th* spirit
"I!ut I'm worried ah .1 Alia 'YOU
don't tri:u* th child right, Enoch
You treai her belter, or 111 haunt you
to uiy u. m di.y
"What do >ou uaiit me to do ilin
nle? qner.eti K>.och Grimsby.
"Y-ik'j li.T !. ' V' -P
iptrit In a aepu'chrml vole- "Mmw
ber 'shea your daughter Give hei
pretty dresses Have pHvate tutors
and music and singing masters foi
her. 1-ove her. And make a will to
morrow, leaving her every penny.ol
your money. And put thai l.ewls wo
man out yf yo.:r house, b. au.-e she';
after your money, you silly old fool
and cheating you with evil spirit" thui
! pretend to he me And If you don t
| obey nie to the letter, you li heal laps
all irlKht about your bed and that'll
"She's lying' It's a lying spirit!'
exclaimed Mrs Lewis in a panicky
i voice. She Isn't your wife Enoch
Tell her to lift up her veil."
"Wou't you let me see your face
Minnie*" Inquired Mr Grimsby hum
"You'll do what I tell you If I con
"Yes, Minnie, I swear I will."
The spirit lifted Its veil. Enocb
Grimsby stared Incredulously Into hit
wife's features. Then, with an uu
earthly scream, he feU uuconsclous tc
"The seance Is ended," satd Madanu
Yogara. coming out of the cabinet.
Mr. Grimsby was revived and taker
home. Mrs. Lewis threatening ven
geance and the police. But Madamf
Yogara only smiled wearily. Whet
the gueeta had been bundled out ol
the house she turned to Tlmmons
"Beet stand In months," she said
"At least, it would have been tomor
row. But that Lewis woman is uj
against me now. We'll have to catct
the ten o'clock train for Springfield.'
"Yes. Madame Yogara,' said Tim
mom. "It does seem a shame, though.'
"Well, I have my reasons." answerec
the medium. "So you be at the statior
with the properties at five minutes o)
ten. And have a cab for me here al
eight. I'm going to drive out to—
where did yow say that school was?"
"Fordvllle—two miles west, acroBJ
At nine o'clock, as the school gates
opened to permit some fifty girls tc
pass out, two by two, upon their morn
tag walk, an elderly woman in a fadec
traveling dress stood near, scrutlnlz
lng each face She approached th«
teacher in charge.
"I should like to speak to Mlse
Grimsby for a moment," she Bald "1
am her aunt—but I've only live miu
utea, and I've come a long way tc
meet her "
"Ada Grimsby!" said the teacher
"Your aunt Is here."
The young girl and the woman ol
flftv-odd looked hard at each other j
The resemblance was unmistakable. |
"I didn't know 1 had an aunt," said j
the young girl.
"My dear." said the medium, "you
aren't likely to see me again, so you
needn't tell your father. Just kisB me
once and here Is a lutie present ?oi
you. You needn't mention that eilh
er " And she kissed her and put the
fifty dollars Into her hand." Then the
pupils resumed their walk.
"Now what did I do that for?" tlie
medium asked herself, wiping her evei
upon her travel-stained handkerchief
(Copyright. 1814, by W 13. Chapman.)
"And she had the nerve to Invite
you to dinner after snubbing us the
way she did? The woman Insulted
you by asking you to eat In her
"Perhaps, but It 1b only Christian
meeknees to swallow Insults."
ji Its a question which
is the worst condi-
tion— to want a thing
and not have it, or
to have a thing and
not Want it
T !n either case the
answer is—read and
use the want ads.
EL RENO THEATRE
T O N 1 G H r
"The Silver Candlesticks" 2 part Kay Bee drama
Sterling Comedy 'A Rural Love Adair
'Sis' comedy-drama Princess l'ilm
'The Janitor's Son' Frontier drama
'The Hole in the Garden Wall' Rex drama
Chas. Chaplin and Fatty in 'The Rounders' Keystone
Sterling Comedy Snooke s Disguise
1215 Lenses in Brady's window
Miss Dais> Durnill, 118 1-2 South Hick ford
nearest jyuet-s $5.00 • • ^13
Mrs. Pearl Gateka, 149 N. El Iteno 1212
Mr. Dora Kinnard, 517 S. Miles 1218
tied for 2d and :5d neareast guesss $2 50
Was your broken lens in the pile? If not, wh> not/
We can duplicate any lens in a few hours in our
own optical factory.
Are You a Woman?
The Woman's Tonic
FOr llf AT ALL DRU8GIST|4 |
H II Ifflt
Let us examine
fi Last's ground
^o7 while you wait
Great Singers Must b
Tuxedo istheTobaccoChosenbyOpera Star.*
leading role In "Robin Hood"
' 7 alwaysfill my pipewithc5uxedo.
'Uuxtdo and I arc firm friends."
"EN who depend upon their voices
come to know tobacco as the ordi-
nary smoker never knows it. A sen-
sitive throat or mouth feels the slightest
sting, bite or scorch of tobacco.
Tuxedo is the one tobacco which singers
actors, public speakers—all men who guai w
their throats zealously — can smoke witu
pleasure and safety.
Tuxedo tobacco cannot sting, bite or irri-
tate the delicatc membranes of the mouth
4:00 a.ui, 4:10 *.xn.
3:20 p.m. 3:25 p.m
8:12 p.m. -2° P m
12:15 p.m. Goes to Ok. CT-J
7:55 p.m. Stops at B1 Reno
12:05 p.m. 12:15 pjn
7:00 a.m. ': 10 fc-w
#;';6 p.m. Goes to Ok. City
11:16 p.m. 11:25 p.m.
%. 60 p.m.
The Jewish New Year 5675, ac.
ordinal to the Jewish calendar be.
gan last evening at six o'clock and
Aill continue until this evening.
The holiday is benlg properly oh.
served by the members of the Jew.
i^h race in this city, and all of them
have closed their places of business
for the day. Ten days from yester,
day the Jewish people will celebrate
(he day of Atonement and it will al-
so be . bserved as a holiday.
If (lie work till women do and the
pains the ysuffer could be mead-
tired in figures, what a terrible array
they would present! Through girl-
hood. wifehood and motherhood, wo.
man toils on, often sufering with
backache, pains in the side, head-
aches and nervousness which are
the tell tale symptoms of organic de
rangements which l.ydia E. Pink,
ham's Vegetable Compound' lutdq
from roots and herbs—can undoub-
tedly correct. Women who suffer
should not give up hope until they
have given it a trial.
| aat'efy said judgment with interest
j and cost.
Witness my hand this 21«t (lay ol
JASON A. 1j. CI'AHK,
| Sheriff of Canadian County Okla.
! V,y J. M. i ARTER, Uu lersberiff.
HABCOCK & TREVATHAn
Attorneys for Plaintiff
44 6:40 a.m.
712 From Mangum
42 8:10 p.m.
726 9:00 p.m.
48 Starts from El Reno
41 6:00 a.m.
726 7:30 a.m.
47 12:20 p.m. Stops at K1 Reno
o( the "Pink Lady'' ComplWT
'Loud cheers for 'Uuxedo. My
favorite—always. I put new zest
into my singing after a pipeful of
'Cuxedo. I find tuxedo a teal
voice help." •
The Perfect Pipe Tobacco
Tuxedo tobacco has made thousands of men
convert# to the pipe, becauie it has made pipe-
smoking possible for them. Under the famoii3
"Tuxedo Process" the mild, tender leaves of the
1UXCUU I lUtCDa uiv .11/11
highest grade Burley tobacco are so skillfully treated
that Tuxsdo burii9 slowly and affords a cool,
tarring In "The Marriage Market"
"I have' found that the use of
TTuxedu does not interfere with my
singing. On the contrary, 1 've never
indulged in a more satisfying, more
really beneficial smoke."
thoroughly enjoyable pipe
Leading men in all
walks of life—well-known
doctors, lawyers, min-
isters, lecturers, etc.—
smoke Tuxedo and testify
to its soothing influence
on the throat.
YOU CAN buy tuxedo
Famous green tin with gold let- 1 A .
tering, curved to fit the pocket lvt
Convenient pouch, inn*r-tin*d C_
with moisture-proof paper . . «V
In Clou Humidor• 50c and 90c
TM« AMIMCAN TOBACCO COMPANY
q The race is not
ways to the swiit —
bat most always.
*J That hare and tortoise
race would hardly be
classed as a sporting
<9 It is the man who
delivers the good?
who has the blue
ribbon pinned on hirr
in this year of ou<
If you are running b
square race youn£
man, and the race
goes to the tortoise
what yc need i?
Try the want ad way.
A'tnur Snencr-r of thr Spencftr
flui i' Shoe Co.. 1,. K. Butts. Frank I
Do my and Frank Dal ton went to
Oklahoma City Sunnay where they
assisteit S. R. Jarkson In arranslng
the Canadian County exhibit at the
First Sept. 21—30t
Notice of Sale of Real Estate
Notileis hereby given that in pur-
suance of an order of sale issued
out of the District Court of Cana-
dian County, Oklahoma on the 21st
wherein Anna B. Moore is plaintiff
and John H. Allen and Jennie
B. Allen are defendants di-
rected to me the undersigned sheirff
of Canadian County, Oklohonia, com.
liianding me toi levy upon and sell;
without appraisement the follow, j
g described property towit:
l.ots numbered twelve (lin and
thirteen (13) in block numbered one
hundred twenty six (126) in the city
of El lUno, Canadian cnuntyi state
ol Oklahoma to -atiff; a judgment
and decree of foreclosure in favor
of said plaintiff and against said de-
fenants obtained and made in said
court on the 5th day of January,
I!I14. for the sum of two thousand
seven hundred and ninety one dol-
lars and forty one cents ($2,791.42),
with interest thereon at the rate of
ten' per cent per annum until paid
and costs. 1 will on the 22nd day
ol Octol er 1914, at the hour
of nine o'clock a. in. of said day at
the fronl door of the court house, in
tlje city of 101 Iteno, Canadi>m county
State of Oklahoma, offer1 for sale
and sell to the highest bidder for
cash the said property above des-
cribe, i or so much thereof as will
Csilumet ]>astry is pood to
look at, good to eat. Always
light, fluffy, tender and .whole-
some. Calumet is the one talking
powder that is high in quality nud
moderate in price.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
W .rld' Pure Food Exposition, Chicafo, ILL
farii ExpoaitioD, France, March, 1912
7 large ollice rooms, 120 S.
Bickford, oyer City Drug
Store. All rooms south
and east exposure. Best
location in city. Applv
Beckton & Wheeler, 109
S. Bickford — EI Reno's
Largest Clothing Store.
'on don't tavr moner when too boy cheap or bif-cma 1
iMDi powd-.r. Don't be milled. Bar Calomet. It'll
J ,aore ecnnornical more wboletome ffivet beat remits. |
I Lulumet \t iar tuperior to our milk and *oda. 1
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 177, Ed. 1 Monday, September 21, 1914, newspaper, September 21, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc90993/m1/4/: accessed February 27, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.