The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 255, Ed. 1 Monday, February 7, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
el reno daily democrat
(Mrs. Harry Cressman, auction
party for Matinee elub members and
a few intimate friends.
Elks' formal Valentine ball.
t 1 t 1
Of interest in social circles this
week are the buffet luncheons Tues-
day and Wednesday given by Mrs.
James Kelso and Mrs. Ellis R
♦ t t 1
Chapter AE, P. K. O. sisterhood
will entertain Chapter M tomorrow
evening in the home of Miss Helei-
The Sterling Thimble Hub wli.
entertain tomorrow/evening in the
home of Mrs. W. J. Kirby when the
husbands will be honor guests.
Mrs. Arthur Hatch will entertan.
tomorrow evening at auction when
the guests will be limited to the
members of the Matinee club.
t t r i
Mrs. R. 0. Callahan will be hos-
tess Wednesday afternoon to the
Priscilla Embroidery club.
The J. A. D. club will meet this
week with Mrs. Dan Jennings
11 r '
Mabel Baldwin will entertftin the
11. 11. girls Friday evening.
Mrs Lawrence Stout will entet
tain the C. L. C. club Wednesday
The T. C. S. club will meet Wed-
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Lloyu
« t t 4
The Hathaway circle of the Bap-
tist church will meet Thursday af-
ternoon with Mrs. H. K. Ilii ker 1°-
The Harmony circle of the Baptist
church will give a tea Thursday af-
ternoon in tlw home <>f Mr*. Gu
Chastain when a silver offering will
he taken for the building fund,
Mr. and Mrs. H L. Bethard, who
have recently finished their new
home, in the 1100 block- on West
Russell street, entertained Saturda'
evening with a house-warming when
fifteen couples enjoyed a plea-an■
evening of dancing, after wliieli 1
dainty lunch was served.
The Progressive circle of the
Christian church will meet Thurs-
day afternoon with Mrs. J. U Curry
no substance to dreams^
Writer Gives Reasons for Her Refusal
to Have Any BeNef in Common
The mind during sleep reminds me ol
a naughty child, writes Marion Holmes
In the Chicago Daily News. With a
normal person during waking hours
reason controls it and when It seems
Inclined to let loose a foolish truiu
of thought rebukes it with "Nonsense 1
behave yourself 1" But when reason
goes to sleep the mind has seasons
of wild capering. It makes you do
things that when awake would scorch
you with blushes. It causes you to
go to church dressed in your very
best except your shoes and stockings,
which you find you have left at home.
It makes you marry a dark man with
big black whiskers when you already
have a perfectly satisfactory husband
who is b'.ond and smooth faced. There
is nothing that it will not do uncon-
trolled by reason. Therefore I never
have had much faith in the prophetic
quality of dreams, although there are
persons who pin their faith to^ those
so-called warnings. We have heard
them say. "I dreamed last night that
I had lost a tooth. That means bad
news," or "I dreamed of walking
among ruined buildings. That means
that somebody In the family is going
to be ill." and, like fortune telling, the
predictions that do not "make good"
A recurrent dream is of no impor-
tance. I have known the same stage
setting with its incidents to be pre-
sented ov r and over in sleeping vis-
ions without ever reaching Its coun-
terpart in reality. An uncomfortable
position during sleep, or the fact that
you are not feeling well often occa-
sions troubled dreams.
m il CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Br. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Are a Harmless Substitute
TY Vv.-w*' Olive Tablets are the
,,-siit of l'r. Edwards' determination
' liver "tid bowel cwrr.pl.nnts
.-.Slonv-l. For 17 years he used
,,,. ■ t:,b'"is 'a vegetable compound
mixed with > live oil) in his private
inrt -e V it v. rc.it aircess.
*do ail the snod that calomel
but have no bad alter dTects. N
twins, no fiiiping. no injury to the
-urns or danger from and foods—y
Not" how they ckTcloua" d brSd
jerk ud the spirits.
a blend of wheat
and malted barley
with a particular-
ly pleasing taste
and nourishing qual-
ity that invites you
to eat it
Again and Again
Ready to serve
Sold by grocers
Coining "TREE 10 TKAM'V
Skin Sufferers Do Not |
Want Mere Temporary Relief
STOP ITCHING ECZEMA
Penetrating, Antiseptic Zemo ,
Will Help Yon
Never mind how often you have t ried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
eczema quickly by applying /emo.
Kui uished by any druggist forooc. bxtia
lan e bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
moment Zemo is applied. In a short
tin, usually every trace of eczema
tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads ami
similar skin diseases will be removed
For clearing the skin and making it
v ig, ,rously healthy, always use Zemo,the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid.. It isnot
act' asy salveand it doesnot stain. \V hen
others' fail it is the one dependable
Cieatment (or skin troubles of all kinds.
The i;. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O.
1,1-',(■ \ I J NOT I (IS
ask. your druggist for
Kidney ^Bladder Remedy
Causal by eye ",ralD
can be relieved "1th
■ glasses we "
f04) Unnth OrwV '•Unrf
1921 world almanac
you are satisfied.to remain a slava
to ointments, lotjona and othcM^
cal remedies applied to the surtax
"fed genuine relief from eczema
tetter scaly eruptions or any other
form of skin irritations cannot be
expected until you free your blood
of the germs which cause these
disorders! And for this purpose
line old Diooa ,y ,,
down to the source of c"ry
disorder and routs out the germ,
which cause the trouble. .
S.S.S. is sold by all d™?#1**3'
Begin taking iUtoday, and if yon
will write a complete history of
your case, our medical (brector will
irive you expert advice without
charge Address Chief Medical Ad-
viser, 105 Swift Laboratory. Atlan-
The Unity elub will meet
nesday afternoon with Mrs.
new theory in astronomy
Possibility That There Is a Tail At.
tached to Our Earth Leads to
opposite to the sun there is a very
mysterious glowin* patch, which is
thought to be attached to the eurt i
as a co met like tail.
The highest regions of our at os-
phere consist of very light gases, and
the impression is that some of these
were driven away by the sun or by
other means, and that they stream off
from the earth into space Just as the
light gases do from the head of a
Naturally, this theory has aroused
much controversy, and has led to all
sorts of Ingenious suggestions. ( ne
of these is that a swnrm of meteors
(of the kind we know as shooting
stars) keeps us company through
space at a* distance of about a million
miles nr four time:) the distance of
the moon. But a tailed earth is an
ideal vehicle for Imaginative illgbts.
It might be argued thnt if our globe
has a tail why should not the planets
Mercurv and Venus, and even Mars,
have one. Well, perhaps they have,
for all we know to the contrary. Our
earth's tail would be much more
easily seen by us because of its near-
ness aud brightness.
decoration headquar tf.rs
. What All Improvement
a little paint makes in a
house. Nicer to live in,
finer to receive your
friends in. If your doors,
wainscoating or anything
else needs paint, varnish
or stain, tell us aboutf it.
We will supply what is
wanted with the best
' made at surprisingly ht-
I areest and most complete stock in the city. j,u>
DICKINSON PAINT & PAPE* C°!^Xkford
Art Supplies, Water Colors and Window Glass
State of Oklahoma. Cn"Rd'®"Ifi,Unty''
IN Til 1". DISTRICT COURT
Anna Carver, Plaintiff. No m(.
Vnsta Iiass. Opal Stephens. Letha
and Hugh IIodKo.
Not loo of Hnle « f Heal
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order of the Ills
friot Court In an,I for the County of
Canadian. State of Oklahoma, made on
the 10.1H day of November, 19.0 In U e
above entitled cause, wherein saia
Court do, reed and adjudged that saW
rcHl estate be sold for cash to ttie
highest bidder. 1 will offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash, the
following described real estate, to-wlt.
Thf South-half (S. 1 2> of the Nor -
west quarter (NW. 1-4) of Section
Thin .-en (13). Township Fourteen
Vorth Hange Six (6) West. In the
County of Canadian, State of Oklaho-
ma, said sale to be at 'fV/nTokla-
,,f the court house in El Reno. Okla
lh„m" at 10 o'clock a. m.. Wednesday.
'March 2. 1921 Conditioned hoover
that said land shall not be sold for less
at, two-thirds (2-3) of the sum of
Two Thousand Five Hundred (K.MO-00)
Dollars, being the aepra sed value of
said land made by commissioners duly
appointed to appraise the same In .aid
action and further condlUon^ that
said sale bo approved by said District
court jack smith
Sheriff of Canadian County
(Seal) ^ ^ liveI.Y, Deputy
I! rt K'.rrest. Atty. for Plaintiff.
1 First Published January 29- todays)
DODSON TELLS THE
HORROR OF CALOMEL
You Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe,
or Salivate Yourself to
Episcopal, Catholic and
and Prayer Books
110 East Woodson
The Evening Star eluu, a new or-
ganization of young folks *hi< i
meets every two weeks for an >
inB Of games, win he enteAaine
Wednesday evening hy Gayiord an- .
• ♦ * *
One of the prettiest parties of tho
Valentine season was that of Satur
dav afternoon when Mrs. Fran-
Rngle and Mrs. Fred Gillette etttei
tained at auction. Vases brlmmlns
with r(>(i carnations were used to
decorate the attractive bungalow o |
,he former and Mary B. Henalej
dressed in white satin with a red
sash, gave the quests Valentine
scores. The high score favor wa
won by Mrs H. I- Reed and Mrs
Maynard Ross won the fa\ot w n
was cut for by all the guests. Arte,
the game a dainty two course lunch-
eon cleverly appointed in red an,,
white was served the 40 guests.
Mmes. Charles Kngle, 1' F. Herod.
Frank Hensley and L. A. Garner as-
sisted in the courtesies.
• • • •
Pr. and Mrs. J. A. Hatehett h i
as th«ir informal dinner guests yes
terday Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Young an I
Mr. Frank Rickey.
• • o •
Mt-B. Gladnor Oarnard entertained
lite T. n. A. club Saturday afternoot
Mrs Earl Woodhouse won the club
favor and Mrs .1 A -lohtts -n th
guest prize With the regular
hers were Mrs. W. R. Buckner, Mrs.
J. A. Johnson and Miss Ruth
Maher. Mrs. Richard Cobb will en-
tertain the club this week.
Soft Beds In Ancient Days.
According to Athenaeus. effeminate
gentlemen in ancient Greece some-
times slept on beds of sponge. I-ash-
lonnble people in Athens slept under
coverlets of dressed peacock skins,
with the feathers on. Clearchus the
nuthor of n trentlse on sleep, described
the bed of a Paphlan prince in such a
way that It Is difficult to keep awake
while reading it. "Over the soft mat-
fresses," he writes "was flung an ex-
pensive short-grained Sardinian carpet.
A coverlet of down texture succeeded,
and upon this was cast a costly conn-
terpane of Amorglnian purple. Cush-
ion variegated with the richest purple
supported his head, while two soft
Dorian pillows of pale pink gen y
raised his feet."
<;i,Y<T KIM' MIXTVKI".
Sl'Kl'RISKS 11 KI'M'
The qui k action of simple gl -
rcrine, buckthorn liark, etc.. as mix-
ed in Adlor-i-ka, is surprising. One
spoonful relieves A.N^ 1 ASK - "" j
stomach or sour stomach. Adlcf-r
ka acts on DOTH upper and low r
bowel and removes all fo il accumu-
lated matter which poisoned stom-
ach. Often CORES constipation
Prevents appendicitis One lady re-
ports she has no more pain in ha, R
of head or gas on stomach since us-
Jones Drug Co.
Democratic Cigar Names.
The nomenclature of the cigar trade
Is one of the very interesting phases
of democracy, -says the Philadelphia
Public Ledger. No agent intent upon
building up a market for a 10 cent
cigar ever named It for a statesman.
He complimented, Instend, nil actor,
a philanthropist, a race horse, n hypo-
thetical Indian maiden or a supposi-
titious Spanish grandee. To hav<
named a 10 cent cigar for a states^
man would have been to queer both
the cigar and its Involuntary patron.
1 The people would not have stood for
that sort of thing. It would have
presumed a certain superiority which
they would have rebuked both, at the
cigar stand and at the polls.
Cure for Flat Feet.
Are.you flat-footed? If you don't
know, the next time you take a hath,
observe the impressions that yo'tr wet
feet make. If your feet are normal,
there will be a narrow line from heel
to toe on the outside; if they are flat,
the entire bottom of the foot will
*hTlow can you cure flat-footedness?
Ruv a handful of marbles, place them
In two rows, and start picking them
| up with your toes. To do this you
"After Every Meal"
AU over the world people
use this goody
well as its
clcan* i rsa*. h
c/5 / cvtta
( Ax ! Hias
( r:%■ ?!*, appetite
You're bilious, sluggish, constipated
Stomrfto atart h'er dnlR. I
Here's my guarantee! Ask y > r '
Ri" toXtUe of Dodson's Liver Tone
EeTuke'ciii"m, l" today and tomorrow you
wm fTl weak and -I
Don't lose a day. Tak« > ^iver Tone
'uuiV"ake up foeUng Hple^
Itisucrfeetly harmless, so give it to jour
chiMren any tUae. It can't ..UvaU-
Catarrh Cannot He Cured
with wk'ai. appucationb. ..Mth;
cannot reach ti c^
1,1 this country for tonic known. ,
nosed of some of the • best blood |
' 8(perfeot combination ot |
'he iiiVredlentB '^^"'".Sh'wond.rful
^^,,,^nWealar%0arMSn. Bend for
lesUmonlals.^fre^ nops>> Tolado. O.
& MACHINE WORKS
pumps. radl |tt°"erTa>,onv<er0h au led.
aSAuto' sprlnKs made new
a o «vrt;- 5Sss-
or Intricate for specialists.
I I It P.NO CABRIAflB WORRS
A J. r'ONCELliT, Mgr.
( T Uo no othvr. Bj^
skl'n by OWWiOlSTS FVERVViHOtE
The Man Who Knew
and What Came ot It
W« knew a man with an autnmobli", who said h ^ W «
careful driver- And He Qidn'tl
He Mid l.e would never injure nnyon ^ ^ ^ ^ teUoW.
„ It :,. -tl,log happened, it w And It W"1
op wltn yeur iw
mnst curl up your toes; ns a resul
the muscles of the feet will be exer-
cised and thereby strengthened.—Pop-
ular Science Monthly.
Time to Go.
"She said 'No'J"
"Yes," said the dejected suitor.
"Cheer up. A woman's 'No' some-
times means 'Yes.' . ...
"Not in this case. The door hell
ratg and she produced the other man.
7. ^ .A ... vCv
1 ■ e
C-: e , yi-r.
Sealed Ti&rt ^ Kept Rishl
prevent the Other fellow from demandlnj ^ ^
lid"that it wa« not bis fault and that he^ ^ ^
lid Ol pay anything - ^ And He Oldl
;;hc Mm,n co«n--
lawyer said we can And They Dld!
rcupon our friend said: -Ha, Ha. I win!"
h„ lawyer a fee of *100.00 plus expenses, and
„r the rest of the year at his 1 wnFooHsh_Wagn.t He?
hraoer way out, and we had told him about
There was a cheaper w< y
it, but he would not listen ^ fflr COMPLETE PRO-
Let us tell you how It « investlgate all claims, do-
TECTION, we to furnish of our policy-
fend all suits, and pay all losses wltn.n
— (Edson S. LOTT)
W. J. FINCH
. R.-oonsible Companies
Old Line Insurance Nationa, Bank Building
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 255, Ed. 1 Monday, February 7, 1921, newspaper, February 7, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91195/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.