The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 101, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 17, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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LATHAM OH, SOI OF OHii
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
0L RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1«14.
BAH JOVE! OLD HOSS, EVE#
IF WE DO GET OVER ALL
THOSE BALLY "ROCKS WE
CAWK'TGET OVEK THOSlE.
LAWST TWO FENCES ,JON'
JIM CKOW LA*/
CANT MAICE )
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Having, passed his four score "f., naiured, well meaning old citizen.
yoars William Macready is todav en j < «oduy Macr ady is <1it as usual,
... e. , l receiving his birtjday greetings
tering upon his eighty—first birth- 1
day, ahving first seen the light in
1'ie Coun'y Antrim, Ireland, eisfity-
on- wars ago today, October- 17lh,
and the only regret that Mac jas
coincident with his birth is that he
was not born on the 17th or March.
The veteran book.binder, a fam-
iliar figure upon the Streets "f El
Heno, comes J?f the sturdy Peasant 1
irisu stocV, iWio are taught Ue wi-ys
of earn ng a livelihood at an early
age, so when he was but twelve
years of age he was apprenticed t"
a bookbinding establishment. He
was alert and sagacious and mastered
his trade before he was out of his
teens, then setting forth to earn a
salary, he being of a somewhat row-
ing nature • trav ted about his be.
loved Isle plying -lis trade in Belfast,
Dundalk, C ork, Dublin and all o" the
principal cities of Ireland. In tae
same way he traveled EngTand and
Scotland working at Liverpool, L/on
don, Glasccow and Edinburg. In all
he lived in the British Isles for fifty
three years. Having conquered these
fields of labor he journeyed to Aus-
tralia where he worked for two years.
Then his eyes were turned to the land
where all Irishmen look for freedom
—America. Landnig jipre he again
began to persue ..is Trade and work-
ed in all Uie principal cities o* the
United States. He is today the old-
est living book-binder in the world,
in fact it may be safely stated that
he i athe oldest union man in the
world who is still working at hLs
Macready came to Oklahoma eight
years ago settling in Oklahoma City
where he is a member of Local Union
No. 180 of the Bookbinders Union
From Oklahoma City he came to Ei
Reno seven years ago, and has en-
deavored at all times to earn an hon_
good wishes, for it' is tie hope of Sis
friends that William Macready, the
boiok-binder, will be spared for many-
years to come.
And when the roll is called up yonder
And we stand up in a row,
To take the judgment for our sins
l .Committed here below;
j I trust I-'ll meet Macready there,
! In heavenly attire,.
; A_playing on his Irish Harp
While in tie angel chnir. •
P. P. DUFFY.
HI lit CUIUS
SACRED HEART CATHLIC CHURCH
Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
8:00 a. in. low Mass and catecheti-
ID a. ni. Higi Mass' and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Rosary, lecture and Ben-
• Subject of the e.ven lecture, "The
Abuses of. Reason." The public is
cordially in We'd t.o itepd all these
REV. R. SEVENS, Rector
pecial music—Anthem in
Ix>ve—Mrs. Chapel and choir.
Offertory—My Redeemer and
Epwiorth League 6:30 p. nk—Sub-
ject, Judas Seeking the Main Chance.
— Miss Garland l^eigh, Leader.
Sermon 7 -30 p. m.—Devil in Dis-
Special music—Anthem into etli'T
Woods My Master Went.
Offertory Abide With Me Miss
I Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30
'p. m. We exitend a cordial invitation
j to friends and strangers to meet and
j worship wita' uf.
R. O. CALLAHAN, Pastor
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school at 9 ;4S a. m.
M ruing w rship at 11 o'clock. The
choir will sing an ant-iem and Mr*
F. M. Phipps a solo.
Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p. m.
At 7:30 p. m. the bcoir and or_
chestra will give a sacred concert.
The choir will sing, "Rejoice in tae
Lord" by Lansing. Mr. Ashbrook. will
sing "The Publican," and Mrb.
I'hipp- "The Savior':; Command." Mr.
and Mrs. Phipps will sing Hark!
Hark! My Soul." Mrs. Phipps and
Miss Can-fied will sing "Softly New-
est living at Iris trade, and during his j the Light ;>f Day" by Speaks. The
residence here has done considerable orchestra will play "Pas dps Echas.
work in-his line. He makes the pes" by C.iaminade, "La Bercuse" by
rounds of the city every day when he Gounod and "Serenade" by Drlga.
is able to be out stopping frequently I You will be welcome at all ser_
I The patrons of the Irving school
ivlll oe ,ii "Cine Wednesday after-
Incnn, Ocicbcr 21st., to those \,:-liing
5 to inspect the build'ag and t ic work
of the tec hers. .The iavltatKn not
jonly includes the lan'nt w i li;> > -
' ehjldren attending school but the
j public as well. A committee v ill be
'appointed fnom the patrons to show
i the visitors tbrcugjn ut 'he bu'lilin
' so that the work of the classes w ill
j no' Le disturbed. ■ good it-tten-
danc is desired.
Mr J. A. Tyson of Greenwood, | Miss Helen lHinlop entertained
Miss . was delightfully ion'ored yes- j last evening with a six o'clock dinner
tor day wheA"' Mrs. H. T. Smito and , hohorlng Mr and-Mrs. Frank Isabel.
Miss Mary Shuttee entertained wRh
a one o'clock luncheon of beautiful
red appointments. The table which
was set with ciuny lac-e, for twelve,
had a central decoration of red car-
<1.1 . 'Jill ferns, and ml carnations
v>, re given as favors to each guest.
A clever, idea, and one which af.
forded a great deal lof amusement,
was til.- .wr.iting of the guests nam '«
ulion Lie place cards backward. Af-
ter the names ,iad been properly de_
ipln rei'l Hi nests were seated and a
delicious eight course dinner car.
l ied unit in the. red color scheme was
served. Mrs. Tyson was given, a
souvenir spoon with the name "El
lteno" in filigree for/nog the han lie.
Seat-Hi with the hostesses were,
Mmes. .1. A. Tyson, L. I). Humphrey,
Otto Shuttee, Join C. Qelana F H.
Wrignt, ■ A. J. Gerrer, W C. Smith, j
hack Smiley, P, P. DuCfy and Mrs. j
Anna Chandler of West Plains, Mo.
... _ +
Mr. and Mrs. E. D, Humphrey en-
tertained at a "Tacky Partv" last ev-
ening honoring Mrs. J. A. Tyaon of
Greenwood, Miss. The
A yellow and white color scieme w,'V-'
" used in tie decorations of the rooms
and table, arranged for twelve guests.
Bridge was the diversion after tile
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Martin will
have as their guests tomorrow Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Isabel.
Mrs. J. H .Dimmett is visiting in Ft.
Mrs. Eolah Satzer returned today
from Denver where she has been
visiting her sons.
MiSs Lucille ,who is attending the
State University at Norman, will
s^end 8und:.y wU'i her parents Mr.
n (i Vis. Ot'o A Shuttee.
1L W II
Robert L. Owen sti lids for good
government. There has been no
time in the caree • of t is distinguish-
ed representative of the people in our
state when any sane man questioned
his sincerity or the broad views ot
the man. .Senator Owen names to
Oklahoma as the representative of
the highestide als in this republic,
East and We-t, Nortu and South,
he is listed as oift- man who will not
bow his knee t« tie god of exped-
iency. He knows Oklahoma and
her public nen—Tew men have such
extraordinary standnlg in Uielr own
state. A message from enator Ow-
en to his home people0 is one that
■annot be misunderstood. He coaxes
to* the state in dee fuse of the state
democracy. He recognizes that to
defeat the democratic state ticket at .
this tijne is to defeat tile policies of
Woodrow Wilson. Senator Owen is
a man of national * reputation. It
might not be straining a point to say
taat he is of international renown.
Robert L. Owen is a man of the plain
people. He stands for the common
honesty. He has never quibbled nor
has there ever tie-n a time when he
bowed at the shrine of expediency,
f t.iq people of this state will listen
to Owen and his mesjsage, to y will
do we'll. That message whici he de_°
livers to our folks wfll not be on th*
line of the trimmer nor Hie cemago_
gu" he speaks 'as man to lnan to
help mankind-. He will be a speak-
er of finjsh—a thinker ill the world
of statecraft. Will the people of this
state listen to the man w6o has con-
tributed in tie .making of national'
Senator Owen comes as out: who
has been dealing with .hlg affairs, he
will leave us the great gospel mesis.
eng r of our present day democracy
Shall we' be true to 'hose great prin-
ciples, or shall we dally with the nonl
descripts who comprise tfae backing
of .lohii Fields in Tiis present alleged
campaign for the governorsiip.
la.ioma City, celebrating Mr. Garner's
birthday. Her guests 'from El Reno
will be Messrs. M. I). Liliby, Fre.d and
Ghats. Gillette, Arthur March, John
Funk, Chas. single and Frank OQL
•■tie ut Nashville, Tenn.
«• — •
A dance is liein' planned tor .Mon-
day -evening at the Elks home in
Donor of Mrs. J. A. Tyson who will
leave Tuesday morning for her home
In Greenwood, Miss.
On Tuesday, October 29, the peo. : . ;;.e w;.. .. ranged i presen
pie o° Okarche and vic'nlty will eel- nppearar.ee, barn lanterns were iung
brate Farmers Day. Every farmer , oui ide to guide the guests, who were
and his fampy in the community are met at the door by the tacky host and
'J L. A C. Club met yesterday
ftticuton wih Mrs Richard Cobb,
506 South Bickford. New member
elected to the club were Mmes. Ew.
ing, Thcs. Benson, Homer Martin and
E. W. Coughlin. The afternoon was
beautiful' spent playing auction. Mrs Frank
rural Covalt and Mrs. Saide Ecthnrd were
vices of this church.
It. J. PHIPPS. PASTOR.
Sunday school.9:45 a. m.
Morning" sermon 11 a. m.
Young People's meeting 6:43 p. m
Evening service 7:30 p. m.
Rev. C. 'P. Stealey, formerly o
Washington. D. C., will Tie with us
to greet his many friends, to en-
gage in a friendly banter and to drop
a pleasant word to all he meets. He
is of the sunny, jopeful disposition
that always sees tie bright side of
life, and reflects sunshine to his
friends. Each day sees the rugged
old Irishman wedding his way about
our streets followed by his ever con-
stant friend and companion, "Nood-
les," the black dog, to whom Mac has ' rome and hear hi
been a benefactor fior several years. I
Although William Macready ap. j SCIENCE AND RELIGION
pears blitie and energetic, cheerful ^ Next Sunday morning the pastor
and cheering, still the years -jave be. jof the Congregational Church will
gun to show file mareks or rigors and , preach on the subject, Science and
vicissitudes, exposure and hardships, j Religion. There will be special mus_
His endeavi.* te keep y< ung and ic. In the ev -nirtg he will . con-
k°ep smllin?, bill it is-uot n any years j elude th? seres of stenopticon lec_
distant when Macready*s cheery tures on tie Trip Around the World
smile will be missed and he will have
invited to be the guests or the city on
that day and a monster attsndance is
anticipated. Bands have oeeh se-
cured to furnish plenty of music
througaout the day and the commit-
i tee in charge will have plenty of am_
| usement features on hands to amuse
'he crowds. In addition to tne cele-
bration 'here will be exhibits of
poultry and live stock, and there will
be some good speaking. A short I two piece "fiddle" orchestra struck
time ago the Canadian County Fair up "Turkey in the Straw" "The Ar.
hosi'ess, the latter dressed 111 a gown
tae vintage o( 1880, and carrying a
huge boquet of caster beans. Punch
was served from a stone jar wltla tin
cups used for drilli ng utensils. The
arrival of each tacky guest produced
r round i f mirth for many were attir-
ed in ludicrous costumes , the rag
bag, a«tic a id cellar I cing well rep-
resented. After all had assembled a
passed beyond this vale, leaving the
remembrance of a light heartde good.
ST. JOHN'S M. E. SOUTH
Sabbath school at 9:45 a, m., J. Y.
was held in El Reno and the people
of the north side of the county were
active in co_operating to make tae
fa:r a success, and the business men
of this city should now return the
compliment bv attending tae celebra-
tion of Farmers Day at Okarche. The
Democrat would suggest that the
Chamber of Commerce take the nec.
essary steps to send an auto delega-
tion to the thriving city on the north
on Thursday, October 29. If possible
tae films of the recent Canadian
County fair should be secured and
shown at Okarche as one of tie fea-
tures of the eevening entertainment
Le^'s as- ist the people of Okarche to
pull off a big ceelbration.
A number of ladie« interested in
goif met yesterday a'ternoon at the
About twenty five couples enjoyed
the Yamperika Girls dance given at
Jackson aall last eevning. Mrs. God
fr;*y S.iackelford furnished delight-
ful music for the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Jackson have
as their week end guests Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Cope of Breckenridge,
Oklahoma, Mrs. Walter Williams of
El Paso Texas, Mrs. G. II. Riley of
Enid, Mrs. G. A. Wakefield and Miss
Jessie Turner of Breckenridge,' The
club house and organized the Ladies part-, motored here from Enid jester
Golf Club, which will meet every Fri. day All of the five ladies nanixd are.
day afternoon at the Club house. Mrs. • sisters of Mrs. Jackson.
M. D. Llhby was elected president i ♦
Mrs. E. A. Lelbman, vice president, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Bond are the
Mrs. John Funk secretry and
Mrs. Frank Case, treasurer.
kansas Traveler," and kindred tunes
and many pairs of grotesque looking
feet kept cadence to the lively aire.
At eleven o'clock a supper of beans,
countr> fri -<1 'chicken, brown bread,
large buns and cofee. was served on
paper | la'■ *. after which the 'gents'
were given 'c.egars' and tie 'gals
chawed wax.' Those wao received
'bids' were: Messrs and Mmes. T. H.
Beacom, W C. Smith. F. H. Wright,
Jack Smiley, M. D. Libby, John Funk,
John Del.ana, Hal Townaend, S. B.
Pettee. Arthur March, Karl Humph-
rey, P. P. Duffy, Frank Gillette of
Nashlville, Tenn,, Fay Bond of Okla-
homa City, and Messrs. Edgar
Brrnson and N. A. Nichols.
The Beethoven Club have changed
their meeting day from Monday to
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Llhby will en-
tertain tiis evening at a six o'clock
dinner, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Gillette of Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Devereaux
will have as their Sunday guests Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Malone of Oklahoma
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loy, and little
son, are spending the week end In
Shawnee the guests of Mr. Ixiy's par-
Mrs L. A. Garner will give a stag
dinner tomorrow at ' er home in Ok-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Siniley
They cami ever to attend tile Humph
rev Tacky Dancing party.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Maier enter-
tained the F. U. X Club Thursday
eveniijg- Rcok was played during the
r rs> hour aft-T which a light repast
was served t e guests. The mem-
bers present were Messrs and Mmes.
S. E. Brady, A. C. Gilbert, G. D.
•White, R. A. Speicker, Frank -Nugent,
G. O. Twyman, Frank Frye. J. W.
Bradley. II A Cdoley and Lou Nor.
mandln. Additional guests were
Messrs and Mmes.
George Heyman. W
E. Bennett and
Mrs. Essie Willis ud c lildren of
Trinidad. Colorado, arrived yester-
day to make an extended visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brew-
er in Boynton Heights.
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