El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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• KF1CIAL OKGAN OF CANADIAN
BOUNTY AND CITY OF KL KENO
THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC
PAPER. THE ONLY DAILY
LLRENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
J. W. RYDER, Editor and Proprietor
Entered at the fostoffice at El Reno, Oklahoma, as second class mail matter
EL KENO. OKLAHOMA
nt month, delivered by carrier .40
lie week, delivered by carrier .III
CASH IN ADVANCE
'ear delivered by carrier $3 50
ix months, delivered by carrier 2.00
1'hree mo., delivered by carrier 1.00
''ne year by mail $J.5u
'ix months by mail l.5o
Our mission is to give the
news; reflections are not
intended, and, misstate-
ments of any character
will be cheerfully cor-
rected as soon as brought
to our notice.
lattlfied ad,, an,I paid locals must be :mul tor ,« mlv„,ice-ru> pi,one o. Her, accepted, except
.on, hu$meu firm. Copy lor act,, mu.t he in „ jH or,u, to i,,„,re proper diiplau.
On Sale Saturday, March 27
in 60 lb. Cans, Net Weight.
APPLES Per Bushel
ANNOUNCEMENT R.4 TES
he folUwint rates will be charted for political announcements
.nelly cash in advance 10 everybody- - - (.'I I') dim Is Sill (III
CHOUl. BOARD. S2.SU.
n the llemocrul
THE VOTERS OF El, RENO—
leraby announce my candidacy
1 the office of Commissioner of
3lic Affairs (Mayor) at the spring
!:tioa upon the platform of "A
iiare Deal to Everybody." I ear-
itly solicit the support of the el
<ors iu said election.—John W
•eborn (Pol. Adv.)
1EREBY MAKE FORMAL AN-
incement for ro-electlon to the
ice of Commssirner of Publij Af-
s and ex-officlo Mayor, under the
trier of the City of El Keno, sub
I to the will of the voters at the
alcipal election to be held April
. 1915. 1 have served one and
>-tbiid terms under the Comaiis-
1 Form of Government and base
claims for re-election upon my
ord in office and the success of
' .administrations. I earnestly
the support of the voters, whica
I be greatly appreciated.—P. P.
'fy. (c'ol adv )
lias arrived and the struggle will now
be waged with renewed bitterness
and vigor; 110 end being in flight at
this writing, except such as must
develop from exhaustion or break-
Of course a safe is a decoration to
an office but we often look at ours
and wonder what they are fo".
It might be a good idea to let the
clean-up idei spread from the alley
to the house. Why not paint it.
Clean-up day would be a good day
to whitewash the chicken coop and
we might surprise our wives by
sending up a paper hanger to paper
that room that she has been fussing
about for two years.
Wonder what effect the German
occupation of Belgium will have 011
the crop of Belgium hares.
ANNOUNCING MY CANDIDACY
Commissioner of Public Affairs,
1. Mayor) of Reno, I wish to
e that 1 have been a resident of
city for 22 years, and am famll-
with the business affairs, having
en a more or less prominent part I
the shaping of its destinies, al
's working for those measures I
jch I considered were of benefit to
city,and opposing equally as vlg-
usly measures that I thought
e detrimental to our interests.
>1 adv.) J. E. .IONHS
'Tis fildom that people get too
much for their money but the El
Keno picture shows actually give you
such a run for your money that you
got that tired feel'ng, but they are
so good that you won't go until you
have seen it nil.
Palm Olive Soap, three bars fo
25c at Jones' Drug Co. 10-t
People Say To Us
"I cannot eat this or that food, it doef
not agree with me." Our advice to
all of them is to take a
before and after each meal. 25c a box.
Jones Drug Co.
Will the lady who wore blue on
hat at the Bible Students meeting at
the city hall, please phone me. Lost
your address. Mrs. Helen Worcester,
I'hone 9511. 24-25p
LESSONS IN DANCING
3ix private lessons for $3.00. AH
nodern steps tauglit.
KAY T. HATCHETT
ackson Hall. Phone 67
Special! Special!! Special!!!
The Prayer of a Horse
The greatest story ever taken in motion pictures.
Wherein a horse plays the leading roll, managed
by Murdock MacQuerry, especially
interesting to children
Two Side Splitting Comedies and Others
Tomorrow the 14th Episode, MASTER KEY
Coming THE BLACK BOX, April 9th
According to reports from Petro-
grad. Paris and l.ondon there have
been 1 ♦54,00<>.000 Germans killed,
captured or incapacipated since the
beginning of the war. Can't be more
than half a dozen left.
srm ron the
20 lbs. Sugar for $1
(with $5 order of other groceries)
2.">c size bottle Ketchup 150
Worcestershire Sauce, per bottle 1
Eddy's Salad Dressing
per bottle 15s
10c size Prepared Mustard 3c
2 large cans Blackberries 25
3 large cans Tomatoes 2T>c
3cans Iowa Sugar Corn 25
2 large cans Hominy 13c
30c can Red Pitted Cherries 20c
25c can Peaches or Apricots 15c
7 bars Kirk's White Russian
Soap for 25c
8 bars I.enox Soap 0
2 quarts Cranberries 15c
Compound lard 10
Fresh country Eggs, dozen 15c|
Best oil, per gallon 10c|
5 gallons Oil 45c |
Colorado Burbank Potatoes, peck 25c I
I'er bushel 9t)c'
Early Texas Cabbage per lb. :tc
Sih?erWar e Appeals'
SILVERWARE appeals to every one. It is desirable as
a &ift and most desirable to own.
As a wedding &ift it may remain for generations as a
token of your esteem; while in the home it denotes cul-
ture and refinement a desire for &ood things -but to serve well
these ends, it must be well bought.
All tastes and requirements can be met here, for the one desire in
arran&in& our stocks was to cater to every purse, so none need feel
they cannot avail themselves of the advantages of these offerings.
A &ift of &ood silver reflects your &ood taste your desire to &ive
the best value obtainable. Beautiful in design, superior in work-
manship and above all, useful.
Visit this store whether you intend to buy or not. See the
^oods; compare values and note the many beautiful and practi-
cal suggestions for &ift things or for home use, not only in silver-
ware, but in jewelry and novelties of almost every description.
Your time will be well spent. It will be a pleasure to show the
&oods and serve you satisfactorily, if you buy.
S. E. BRADY
C, 0. D.
First Ooor N. of Jones' Drug Store
UNCLE SAM A GOLD BUG
he moot striking, also the most
iring, fact in the outlook is th«
arkably strong financial position
'he United States. Our fiscal af
s are thoroughly mobilized upon
ar basis, says a recent review,
learly all the emergency currency
led In the form of Aldrich-Vree-
il notes or clearing house certifl-
•s has been retired. Our bank-
i system is exceptionally strong:
i the Federal Reservv system with
lor exceptions, is working very
isfactorily. Our gold supply is
ply enormous, reaching about $1,-
000,000, which is vastly more
i necessary for our requirements,
re is consequently no need of our
orting gold, although foreign ex-
lge rates favor such an Influx,
merchandise exports are upon an
rmous scale, and promise to so
j.lnue for months to come. As
orts are declining, the trade bal-
In our favor Is steadily rising
some extent, the void in Imports
elng fillel by a return of securi-
but much of the balance re-
ns on this side in the form of
'ign credits which are steadily
ving in importance and volume |
York for the time being is the
f open money market In the
Id. and all, or nearly all, of the
gerents have establshed large
its in this market to be used
fly for the purchase of munition? j
Var Until the war ends, a con- i
ency unhappily not yet in sight. |
situation will probably be main-
ed. The war is still the domi-
ng influence In our financial af- |
a. and the United States Is the
1 country thus far receiving any
>ttlng advantage whatever from
staggering waste of life and prop-
now devastating Europe. Spring |
A/OU will find it easier to see the dif-
* ference in hats than we do to tell
you about it.
Get one of our new Spring Stetsons in-
to your hands and on to your head. Get
the feel of a Stetson, look in a mirror
and see how it shows style and quality.
Then if you like, go and try on the
best hats you find anywhere else, com-
pare them with these Stetsons here in
And we know how to select from
Stetson's assortments to suit men in
The Spring styles are all here—
Derbies and Soft felts—in such a variety
of sizes, shapes and colors that you can
pick yours out quick.
MUSIC and MIRTH
MUSIC and MIRTH
"Join the Jolly Jesters"
El Reno Spring Carnival
COMMENCES SATURDAY, MARCH 27 -- ENDS APRIL 3 ^
HAYES ST. AND CHOCTAW AVE-
3Big Free Acts 3
2 Band Concerts Daily 2
American Amusement Company's
Clean, Classy, Clever Attractions
Meet Me on the Midway
"Mingle with the Merrv Makers" o
MUSIC and MIRTH MUSIC and MIRTH
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Ryder, J. W. El Reno The Daily Democrat Oklahoma (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1915, newspaper, March 25, 1915; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91093/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.