The Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 267, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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Slh EPISODK OF Till'.
7 REELS TODAY
Variety of Corned >s and Dramas.
Birth of The Star Spangled
Banner. Picture Beautiiul
We Will Also Show 10 Views Of Hie Most Wonder-
ful Scenes Taken On The European HatII I'ields.
ADMISSION ALWAYS 5c AND 10c ,
El Reno Theatre
Mutual Weekly No. 1C6. news from seat of war
'A Night's Adventurer-Reliance
Giddy, Gay and Ticklish. Keystone Comedy
Lubin presents a two part diama of love and
mystery, 'Comrade Kitty'
COMING SUND \Y
High Class Vaudeville
Entire Change Three Time, a Week
Every Night is Feature Night 5c and 10c
BECKTON AND WHEELER'S
Our l?i<j Stock of Seasonable Goods at I remenduous Price Reductions.
===== SALE NOW GOING ON .
THE MASTER KEY
By John Fleming Wilson
By ip«cy vren(rinrnt fo thl pao#i « photo-drama corral ponding to Hi#
mstailments of "The Mtuter Ktry' may no* be een at the leading mov
ng picture theaters By arrangement made with the l)niv«r &i
rtlro Manufacturing company it ti not tn'v possible to
read "The Matter Key" in thw paper. b « olio Alter-
ward to «> moving pu turei of i>ut story
COPYRIGHT. 1914. RV JOHN FIRMING WILSON
** • • • 1 leave all my property lo inj
daughter, Kuth, to come Into her fuil
possession on har eighteenth birthday 1
direct her never to let go of 'The Master
Key,' which will make my little girl
Do rau the laat words. The old mun
lifted himself still farther up and call
ed for a pen and Ink. Then, muster
lug his falling powers, he wrote In n
firm hand the further words:
1 direct that my daughter keep Harry
Wllkeicor as superintendent until she In
•lgfcteen 1 appoint as executor of this,
my iaat will and testament, John Dorr.
The fell from his fingers, and he
lifted his trembling hand to his throat
and tore at the string that held the
golden key It broke, and he put the
key In Ituth's lap.
•"That l« the secret," he muttered
"John knows—and VVUkerson. Trust
John." Again he opened his eyes and
motioned toward the desk "The let
terl" he croaked.
Ruth's quick Intuition led her to the
desk again, and she found In the same
drawer that had held the will a sealed
To be opened on Ituth's eighteenth
birthday. Sooner If her welfaro la threat
Gallon turned his dimming eyes to
Ruth, who took both bis chilling hands
'•Child! 'The Master Key' keep al
ways near you. Some day"—be choked
—*Mt will bring you riches, happiness
When he first heard that Gallon waf-
dead Wllkerson was appalled He
thought of the woman In New VorK
and regained his courage This was a
. ase where he must win by brute force
He* must Immediately show his author
Ity. Fie .who struck first would wlj\.
he thought: yet in the hack of his con
sclousncss was the realization that be
did not know what disposition Gallon
had made of the property And where
was that rich vein,of gold that would
buy hiio Jean Parnell. with her velvet
ways and her dark eyes of topaz?
Perhaps beeau^ for several years he
had not handled other men. but been
himself a mere cog in a great machine.
Wllkerson niM «.U the spirit or the
miners He did not understand that
they had a profound respect for Thorn
4,1 m;*st get tiles" people in hand,
thought Wllkerson, "and do It quick "
He spent the afternoon In making a
schedule for a sweeping reduction In
j wages Then hi4 sent foi Bill Tubbs.
I the engineer When he had come
srross liquor sadden and half Insolent
the sujM rintendent laughed at him
"Tubbs. what do you know about
1 •••Well." Tubbs "nswered. "the ore
*i"ied out pretty good for awhile, but
lost the mother lode. There ain't
Hoad worth a dollar come out of
In three months, and that llttlf
up on the hill won't have notic-
ing at all unless sh. takes the ad view
of some of us old timers and tires that
young squirt of an engiut-ei John
Wllkerson leaned over and his face
suddenly grew white in Us Intensity of
"I'm the superintendent of tills mine.
Tubbs looked astonished at the tone,
Wllkerson smiled to himself One
man. ami h * one of the most impor-
tant lu the camp, was his absolute tool
and slave He took his pen and rap-
idly wrote out an ord^r
(To Be Continued '
Mens' and ^ oung Mens'
Suits and Overcoats
$30.00 Suit & Overcoat
27.50 •• "
25.00 " "
$22.SO Suit or Overcoat
20 00 " "
$16.50 Suit or Overcoat
15.00 •« "
13.50 " "
BOYS' SOUS 110 OtEICWS
$3.50 Suit oi
4.00 " "
and Corduroy I'ants
1.50 Boys' I'ants
MenH and Boys Dress and
$7 00 Hanan Shoes $6 30
6 50 " " 5.85
5.00 Regal and K O. 4.50
4.00 " "
5.00 U. S. Army
10 pet. off on Work Shots
Men's Duck and Cordu-
roy Work Coats
,oo Coats $i-7°
$1.75 Coats $1-40
Sa\ov Dress Shirts
$1.50 Shi 1 ts
2 50 . .
We are closing out this line
Mens.' Bo\s Undeiw r
$5.00 Garment $4.25
4 00 " 3.40
Mens' No Name
111 (Id 11 llat-
$3.00 Hats $2.25
\ jrood assortment to
Mens' and Boys'
$10.00 Mackinaws $8.( 0
8 50 " 6-80
7 50 " 6 00
7 00 " 5 60
4 25 " 3 80
OUR STOCK is very large at this time of the year owing to the extreme warn, weather of
this oast season. You will find a good assortment of Suits, Overcoats and shoes Allot oni Suits
and Overcoats are good, conservative models and will be in style just as long as thc> Ins' > <
have a great many articles on sale but space will not permit enumerating tht m.
We Do All Alterations and Keep Your Suit Pressed Free
WE DO CLEANING AND PRESSING
"LEARN THE WAY"
Beckton & Wheeler
109 SOUTH BICKFORD
EL RENO'S LARGEST CLOTHING STORE
,us Old Soros, Otl'.et r.cift.'.es v, j\ . cu
; lie worst cases, no mM't r '""'y
,ie cured by the wonderful "• t reii 1!'1'' •
•••* «•. Antiseptic Healiug Oil. it
fain and Heal, nt the same time ?5c. 10c. Sl.ai
TRY A WANT AD.
Mrs. John W. Clark who hus beet,
visiting relative® aUoplln for several
la returned home last evening
140 in one tract anil on*? 60 acre
tract. about four mile* cast of Po-
cassrtt, both tracts nearly all in cul-
tivation This land is said to be
well worth $40 per acre. Will take
$25.00 per acre, cash and terms.
Will sell the you 140 or 60 acre tract
This is a chance to get good farmland
| in a first class farming community |
| lit K. Woodson, El Reno, Phone -0- ;
READ THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
r.o* . kb jjrwMirrrm ttttiimiiwi
Special Shoe Sale
BARGAINS IN GOOD SHOES
$5.00 Suede Shoe
4.00 Velvet 44
The Home of Good Shoes
Brocade T o p
$3.50 and $4 val-
ues now $2.75
121 South Rock Island
Greatest Grass Grown for Profit
GHOW SUDAN I1HASS
I he Most Wonderful Grass of the Age
Introduced and endorsed by the f S. Agricultural Dept As no oth-
1 grass has ever been before. Produce* more grain and better hay than
it.- plant known. I'll dor ordinary conditions yields 300
to I I.I lbs of seed and 3 to six tons of choice hay to the-aere the same
year. Grows wherever Sorghum does. Never a pest. All live stock pre-
for it to alfalfa. Quality of hay equals Timothy. Sow it annually where
desired in rows or broadcast. Adapted to all sorts of soil. Resists
drougth. Stands rain. It takes 2 to f, pounds of seed to the acre In
drills and 10 to 30 pounds broadcast. I.ast spring the seed sold for $2
to $4 per pound It is now selling for $1 per pound, and is sure to go
higher before Spring as the supply of seed is limited. We will send pre-
paid by Parcel Post 1 pound of Oen uine Sudan Seed free from all other
seed for $1.00—In lots of fiO pounds or under. Not less than one pound
considered. Larger lots shipped 0/ freight cheaper price Retter or,!
now and be sure of getting \wur seed and save money besides. All
who sow Sudan Grass seed another year will make big money In
von- how to plant with order Circular free. Address
Box 15, A1./D1NE, HARRIS CO., TEXAS.
"More Sudan Means More Fat Stock"
Laughs at Drouth
Smiles at Rain
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Ryder, J. W. The Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 267, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1915, newspaper, January 15, 1915; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91035/m1/4/: accessed September 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.