The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 376, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 3, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
Coming—"TREK to TRADE."
Mothers should see that the whol -
family take a thorough, purifying sys-
tem cleaning laxative this spring
NOW IS THE TIME. The family
will be healthier, happier, and get
along better if the blood is given a
thorough purifying, the stomach and
bowels cleaned out. and the germs
of winter accumulated in the system,
driven away. HOLLISTER'^ GOLD
EN NUGGET TABLETS is one of
the very best and surest spring med-
icines to take. Get them and see the
difference in the whole family. Theli
color will be better, they'll eat bet-
ter, sleep better, and be well and
Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
Immediately after a "Danderlne"
massage, your hair takes on new life,
lustre and wondrous bonutv, appear
lug twice as heavy and plentiful, be-
cause each li -ir seems to fluff and
thicken. Don'i let your hair stay life-
less, colorless, plain or scraggly. You,
too, want lots of long, strong, beauti-
A 33 cent bottle of delightful "Dan-
ncrino" freshens your s a'p, checks
dandruff and falling hair. This stim-
ulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin,
null, fading hair that youthful bright-
ness and abundant thickness.—All
| "Pape's Diapepsin" is the best ?
t Antacid and Stomach *
* Regulator known
When your meals don't and you
feel uncomfortable, when you belch
gases, acids or raise sour, undig
ed food. When you feel lumps of in
digestion pain, heartburn or head-
ache from acidity, just < . t * tablet
of harmless and rcli:tbl«• Pai !)ia-
pepsin and the stomach distr> s 1a
Millions of people know th• magic
of Papa's Diapepsin as an antacid.
They know that most indiu- ilion
and disordered stomach a;v fro a
acidity. The relief comes quickly, n >
disappointment! Pap< ' D ap 4 an
helps regulate your stomach so you
call eat favorite foods without fear
and a box of these world-famous
stomach tablets ( > oi l" ' <1 mi|?
The second division of the Ladies'
Aid society of the Presbyterian
church, luncheon for Mrs. R. C.
I. M. C. club, Miss Agnes Fitzgerald.
Co"ius club, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs L. A. Garner will entertain
with a children's party tomorrow af
I ternoon at 1 o'clock to celebrate the
sixth birthday anniversary of hei
daughter, Anna Fay.
The Happy Owls meeting for to
i morrow evening lias been postponed
on account of the indisposition of
' I he hostess, Mis. ('. F. McDonald.
• * • •
Miss Ethel Dowell will entertain
the T. R. A. club Saturday afternoon
Mrs. L. A. Garner opened her bom
xesterday afternoon for the third of
a series of lenten teas of the Epis
copal guild. Mrs. M. E. Lucas, Mrs
It. 11 Wilson and Mrs. 11. L. Keen
were assistant hostesses. Sweet
peas decorated the rooms and th-
dining table at which a delicious
salid course was served the guests
Assisting in the dining room were
Mrs. P. V. Herod, Mrs. Robert Mai
lonee and Miss Lida Dashicll. Fort>
ia lie- called during Jthe ^receiving
Mrs J. P. Neal entertained the
Talk a Hit club last evening. Saint
Patrick day ideas were used in the
decorations and in the dainty menu
served after the auction game. A &
ditional guests were Mines. A. b
Hatch, Llert Loy, Lee Rhode, LloyC!
Matthews, Miss Marion Make and
Miss Mary Ashbrook.
• • • •
Mrs. Walter Bolton entertained
with an attractive children's party
yesterday afternoon to celebrate ths
fourth birthday anniversary of her
son Billy. Easter insignia was used
to decorate and the yellow and white
(olor scheme was carried out clev-
erly in the refreshments. A large
cake with yellow tapers centered the
table. Twenty-one children wore
quests at the celebration and man\
! pretty gifts were presented the lit
I tie honoree.
• ♦ • •
I Mrs. R A Phelps entertained the
I Sterling Thimble club yesterday af
I ternoon. Mrs. J. E. Jones and Mrs
: John Ilatchett were invited to enjov
j the meeting with the members. Af
! tor the usual needlework hour an
appetizing lunch was served. Mrs.
Lou Norinan<\in will be the club's
tesy to Mrs. R. C. Weber who will
leave next week for Indiana to make
her home. Easter ideas were used
about the rooms and in the appoint-
ment of the dainty repast served af-
ter a pleasant afternoon of music
and an Interesting contest won by
Mrs. E. C. King. The class present-
Mr*. Roy Noblitt was hostess yes*
| tenia\ afternoon to the Unity club
Clever suggestions of the St. Pat-
rick anniveisary were used to decor-
ate the rooms and the green ana
while color motif appeared in the
dainty repast served after the card
p.amc. Enjoying a delightful after-
noon with the regular membership
were .Mrs P. E. Arnold and Mrs.
f'vans Biggert. Mrs. L A. Pierce
v. ill entertain the club next week.
The Fidelis Sunday school class of
the Presbyterian church was delight-
fully entertained yesterday afternoon
in the home of Mrs. Robert Shaw,
who was assisted by Mrs. J. A. Chen-
null. The event was a farewell cour
When Nerves are On Edge
one cannot possibly do his
\ best work. For this reason
many are led to discontinue
their accuscoiAed meal-time
beverage and adopt
— a wholesome drink of
rich coffee-like flavor, and
without any harmful effect.
This delicious beverage is
made instantly in the cup, at
the table, by adding hot water.
"Jhere's a Reasori for Postum
SOLD BY GROCERS
Made by Postum Cereal Company, Inc.,
Battle Creek., Michigan.
"California Syrup of Figo"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
•nly look for the name California
.'ii the package, then you are sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless physic for the little
stomach, liver and bowels Children
love its fruity taste Full direction
on each bottle You must say "Call
El Reno Women can now Dye old.
faded Garments, Draperies, Anything
Buy "Diamond Dyes," no other
kind, then perfect results are guar-
anteed. Each package of "D'amonu
Dyes" contains simple directions to
diamond-dye worn, shabby skirts,
waists, dresses, coats, gloves, stock-
ings, sweaters, draperies, coverings,
everything, whether wool, -ilk. linen,
cotton or mixed goods, new, rich,
fadeless colors. Druggist has -Color
No matter bow much pain and
distress your kidney s and bladder
are causing you, quick relief may
be yours through HOBO Kidney &
Bladder Remedy. Made from native
herbs, this remedy lias given
prompt and permanent relief in
hundreds of cases, and may be
taken freely without harmful effects.
No alcohol. Sold by all druggists
for $"1.20 the bottle. Hobo Med,
Mfg. Co., Shreveport, La.
\ve«*t Quarter (NW. 1-4) of Section |
Thirteen (13), Township Fourteen (14)
North, U:ingo Six (6) West, in the1
County of Canadian, State of Oklaho-
ma, said sale to be at the front door
of the court house in El Heno, Okla-
homn, at 10 o'clock n. in., Wednesday,
March 2, 1921. Conditioned however,
that said land shall not be sold for less
than two-thirds (!-S) of the sum of
Two Thousand Five Hundred ($2,500.00)
Dollars, being thte appraised value of
said la ad made by eommisslonors duly
appointed to appraise the same In said
action and further conditioned that
said sale be approved by said District
Sheriff of Canadian County
J. L. LIVELY. Deputy
Forrest, Atty. for Plaintiff.
Published January 29—SOdays)
Kill That Cold With
Kidney fxf>!<:dd;r rtericffy1
ed Airs. Weber a pretty sterling
spoon as a memento of the occasion
Twenty nine ladles enjoyed the cour
State of Oklahoma Canadian County,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
Anna Carver, Plaintiff,
vs. No. 6825
Vesta Bass, Opal Stephens. Letha
Mooney and Hugh Hodge, Defendants
>o(lrp (if Snlc of lt<*nl ICMiite
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order of the l>ls-
tri-t Court In and for the County of
Canadian, State of Oklahoma, made on
the 16th day of November, 1920, in the
above entitled cause, wherein said
Court decreed and adjudged that said
real estate be sold for cash to the
highest bidder. I will offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash, the
following described real estate, to-wit.
The South-half (S. 1-2) of the North-
CASCARA i: • QUININE
. tc .1 CcK'; are Dangerous
• i r Keep tV. • r ianilard remedy handy for the first snpe?p.
13 teaks \ • a cold H 24 hours—Relieves
Grippe in 3 c\ ys— Excellent for Hcadacho
t! 1 >rm not affect the head — Cascara is boat Tonic
No Opiate in 1 .''s.
\LL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
MODERN WOODMEN NOTICE
District Deputy John Oldham is
working in this city in the interests
, of tiie Modern Woodmen, and the $.">
j adoption fee is being refunded to all
J now members. All members of the
j M. \V A. are requested to attend the
I meeting to be lield on Thursday
night, March 3. The Feast of the
Passover will he observed. Fifty
new members will be adopted, mil"
This refreshing mouth wash is
delightfully pleasant to use—keeps
the breath sweet—prevents or destroys
mouth infections. For general good
health cleanse the mouth daily with
Pro Ora and consult your dentist often
Pleasing Relief for:
—Spongy or Bleeding Qumi
AT YOUR DRUGGISTS
A full line of Marinello Toilet
Preparations, Human Hair and
Hair Goods. ■ Special orders
filled. Bring a sample of your
Phone 116 Over Palm Garden
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Sfll 0 BV DRIIfifilSTS FVERYVM
Catarrh Cannot Bt Cured
with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, a« th«T
cannot reach the seat of the (iuaate
Catarrh is a local d'sease, ureatly in-
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
in order to cure it vou must take an
internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine is taken internally and acts thru
the blood ^n the mucous surfaces of the
system Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
presc ribed by one of the best ph\si<ians
in this country for years. It is com-
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine is what produces such wonderful
results id catarrhal conditions Send for'
F .1 CHENKY A CO Preps., Toledo, O.
.Ml Druggists, 76c
Unll's 1 amilv Pi'ls r <r ' "•n.
the MERRY JOURNEYSor
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"BumhlP'Ie-kins Bumblr-U• Urns"
said Mary Jane io the Bif\ Wolf
Mary Jane and the Big Wolf
AUTO TRIM &. PAINT SHOP
Paint your Car and put N \v Cover,
on your Topa. t'phol^toring. 1'ul
lights in curtain"
1 IK \ I).\<'11K Ciiusi'd
200 Siuilli Rock island Avcntu;
El Reno lodge No. t<n, A !•' *ni I \
M regular meoting lii t mil ili.nl
Mondity cv(• iiiit' or . :m U iMi ,
Special meetings Tlllir dnv cm. iil'
VisilinK lirelliren e- ecially iti 'ed j
.1, J Taylor, \Y ; t. D 1' ni ]
bilker. Secretary tf I
PRESTO WEI .DING
& MACHINE WORKS
A ti tog® "'"a Weldlnp' Cutting,
nraxlnp, Carbon I'.urnintf, Scor* d
Cylinders filled; r\|jndit^ and
crank-CHsfs \v> M d also til
kinds of blacksmi'ti work, c
(las and gasoline engines,
pumps, radiator- rna^ti*mo-
tors and starters >vcr' i il«'d.
magnets rechar^« d. Autoinoldh «
r pal red. Auto tram
ened or welded. Squeaky automo-
bile wheels reset and made good
8 S Dl W.
Auto springs made new or
All kinds of mach'n rr i
and woodwork Com rt i il I" d-
les built, cabinet rn.tk« r et
No work too larg". t .o mall
or intricate for pp -. iali ts.
n ill mi r\ititi\i.i; uiihkh
A. J. PONCELBT, llgr,
312 W. Wodson Phone 125
ONF. day. after school, MaryJ no, the
cutest little girl you evi r knew, was
sitting under a big tree, minding her
little brother Bobbie, and working out a lot
of hard problems—like ' If I 1 . 6 apples,
and I give 3 to John and 1 to Jo . how many
nre left" and so forth—when a great big
wolf bounced out of the woods.
He stopped right alongside oi' M:iry J;;n<,
nnd opened his mouth wide :id - nil "Do
you see all these big teeth? I've a good rn nd
to bite a piece out of your ttlc ! • "h
Mary Jane was av;fully -rarrd at first.
But she remembered that her old grand-
mother once told her that if •1 • ver m ! a
wolf, or a fox—or anybody who didn't mind
his own business—all bhe I J to i v . > . to
look him right in the eye, and say
And no she did. And, first thing you know
great, big, yellow-jacket wasp came boom-
ing up from around the tree, and jabbed his
siinger right into Mr. Wolfs nose.
Mr. Wolf let out one awful howl. And he
never bothered anybody again, ever.
When Mary Jane and Bobby got home
nnd told their mamma about the wolf their
mamma said it served him right. And then
she gave Mary Jane and her little brother a
big thick piece of bread with a whole lot of
d: licious Mary Jane Syrup on it —the syrup
that every good little girl and boy likes bettei
than any other syrup.
LOOK FOR the next story about "Mary Jann'9
Vi it to Grandma Susan."
he r rn 1. t of 20 Mary Jane Fairy Talcs, bcauti-
fully ill •• i • ' 1 .. ipt of one Mary Jane Label taken
from can of Mary Jane Syrup. Write Corn 1'ioducts Refining Company, Arf o, inois.
to get real Mary Jane Syrup
order it by vame ard see that
"the little girl Mary Jane in
the circle" is on the kibe!.
Then you are sure tc .jet the
delicious syrup with the sor-
ghum flavor that, everybody is
serving on pancakes, ! iscuits
and corn bread. It costs less
than moet syrups. Get u can
today—at your grocer's*
WITH THAT DELICIOUS SORGHUM FLAVOR
WALLACE BROKERAGE CO.
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 376, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 3, 1921, newspaper, March 3, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91214/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.