The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 3, 1916 Page: 3 of 12
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The El Reno American,
Thursday, February 3, 1916.
a case of Men’s medium weight
ordered by us for last October ship-
ment, but not wanting to keep it
till next fall, we are going to sell
75c a Suit
We have 15 Men's Overcoats !elt that go at
MEN’S AND BOYS' SUITS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
Everything at reduced prices
El Reno, Oklahoma
Don’t Tempt the Housewife
WHO HAS ONCE USED
CANADIAN MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
El Reno Abstract, Loan and
Oldest Abstract, Loan and Insurance office in Canadian
county. We make Farm Loans. Buy and Sell Real
Estate, Write all kinds of Insurance, Furnish Surety
Bonds and have the only Complete and Up-tc date Ab-
stract Books in the County.
H. K. RICKER. President and Manager
114-16 East Woodson St.
R. B. SMITH
Another thinR »'<' worry about 13
how trival our tplrphonr conversa-
tions must scum to the youna lady at
The refusal of William narnea, jr..
to he a delegate to the Republican
convention Indicates that he expects
II to be no place for a minister's son.
i M. P. Kelly received a telegram
Thursday from Rev. D. W Kellar an
Bouncing the death of his daughter,
opal. She leaves a child ami husband
; nd father, mother, brother and three
| sisters and a host of friend* to mourn
j her untimely death Opal grew to
i womanhood in Union City and no
j \ oung lady was ever more populai
She was accomplished in many wa>
land was gifted with a sweet and
amiable disposition, which mad’
I friends of all with whom she ranie in
| contact. Rut above all else she will
| lie remembered for her devotion to
I duty and her sweet Christian eharaeter
l in whose death all who knew her will
It <-I a sen.-** of personal loss
John Fuhring came down front Gutk
rle Friday to visit a short time with
Mrs. M I*. Kelly left Satunjiiy lot
St. Louis to purchase spring goods
for the “Big Cash Store.“
it pays to advertise. Keen,
ot our local meat market. By had i
number of calls to furnish rabbit:-
They read it in The American II*
has more orders than In* can fill a*
Adolph Messenger, who it- attending
tin automobile school in Oklahoma
City, came over to spent Sunday with
home folks—and one other person
Peter Fedderson has been doing
some building on one or his farms west
Sister Cornelius, director of the
musical department of St. Josephs
school, Mrs. VV. W Jackman and
(laughter, Hazel Herdine, went to Ok-
lahoma City Tuesday to hear Pade-
Joe IClasen has had a week’s tussel
with the la grippe.
Mrs. Blaine Anderson has been quite
ill for a couple of weeks, but is re-
ported better at this time.
Two of O F. Lacy’s brothers visited
with him over Sunday. One was on
his way to Illinois and stopped over
The meetings at the M. K. church
closed Monday night. There were
about 20 conversions.
There was a pound party at the pat
sonage Tuesday night for tin* benefit
ot Rev Ducksworth
Prof. Cartwright is contemplating
organizing a singing class for the
>oung people here.
Fred Driess is baling his third cult
ing of alfalfa. It had gol a light rain
on it when it was cut. and was put in
stack It will grade No. 2 hay
MT. ZION CHURCH NOTES
C lovely valley items *
» • • • • *
Our school has been having hot
lunches, cooked by the domestic
science class; they are much enjoyed
these cold days.
Mrs Wolf spent Sunday at the home
ot Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Whit, ot Banner
who lost a little daughter Saturday
The Sehmoyer boys visited Bobby
Mecaskey Sunday afternoon.
Joseph Ambrosia visited Willi* Mut
Mrs. Herman Vietzkc and sister.
Miss Zerbv, were pleasant callers at
the Sehmoyer home Sunday evening
WlUh Mut i ay and Ral d i 1 Raj
Herstine spent a pleasant evn mg at
the Thompson home Sumiav
Messrs. Hrandley and Lorenzen
shipped a car of hogs to the city Mon
A party of young folks enjoyed a
sleigh ride Sunday afternoon. The
party included the Misses Pearl Can,
Mary King, Lois Me* . 1 ■ bn
Thompson and Daisy Sehmoyer
George Williams was a pleasant
caller at the Vietzkc home Saturday
THE KANSAS till WEEKLY STAR
The most comprehensive farm paper—All the news Intelligently told
Farm questions answered liy a practical farmer ami experimenter
Exactly what you want in market reports.
ONE YEAR 25 CENTS
Address The Weekly Star, Kansas City, Mo.
We were under obligation to Mr,
and Mrs. John Watts for the fine auto
ride a week ago Saturday and Sun-
day when they took us to our Center
Grove appointment and back to the
home of Henry Frederick And to Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hanson in taking us
to Calvary and back to Mountain
View again on the same Sunday.
On account of the funeral of Mrs.
Snelling at Mountain View, I was un
able to fill my other appointments
A few persons braved the cold
weather at Mountain View at night
The new gas lights that were purchas-
ed from Lon Dillingham are working
to perfection at Mountain View. What
a pleasure pood bright lights are.
We uxpect to go to Center Grove
Saturday night for preaching there.
There will be preaching at Mountain
View* Sunday morning, Calvary in tin*
afternoon and Mt. Zion at night.
The Women’s Missionary society
will meet at tin* parsonage this Thins
elder front Oklahoma City, will be
with us a week front next Sunday
The quarterly conference will lv*
held at the parsonage a week from
1 this Friday afternoon. We need a full
CENTfIR VALLEY VERSIONS
I wonder how many ot us have evei
meditated long enough to compare tin
path of life with the weather.
School is progressing nicely in spite
of the disagreeable weather
Mrs. Henry Brower had the niisfor
tune of falling while passing from tin
house to the barn Saturday, slightly
injuring her head.
Le Moir Howland is on the sick list
J. K. Maxey, who had been in Yu-
kon for a short time on business, re-
turned home Saturday.
Chns. Mohr and Odon Bennett made
a business trip to Oklahoma City
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. I\ C Hig-
gins received cards stating that they
, were now enjoying the exposition at
San Diego. Cal.
Pearl Reeve left Friday for HI Reno
to be at tin* bed-side of the brother:in
law. Prof, f'has Morse, who is at tin*
HI Reno saiAtarium suffering front
severe attack of pneumonia.
Misses Pauline Hermann and Anna
Koebrick assisted Henry Brower, one
ot the school directors, in putting new
window panes in the school house
windows Friday afternoon, which we
must say adds very much to the com
torts of the pupils.
Edd Mercer has enrolled in the
Guteliua Auction school at HI Reno.
The basketball game between the
girls’ teams of Mustang and Moore
did not take place Saturday on ac-
count of disagreeable weather. The
game has been postponed until after
the cold weather.
RELATIVES AND THE BABY
Inevitable Conflict Between Young
Mother and Grandmother.
Presumably, at tin* advent of the
first new baby, the parents’ relatives
are invaluable assistants, whether
they live in the house or merely conn*
to dinner on Sundays. In plain, cold
fact they are often the greatest hind-
rance a young mother has to contend
with in the proper adjustment of her
home to the new baby
The dullest imagination can picture
the inevitable conflict of opinion and
practice between the daughter or
daughter-in-law and the woman whose
family has reached maturity. The
methods of the latter appear to be
fullv justified by results. The former
«"*; .1“': p”?.l.dl?BW«o sp.Mifio warrant for tin sta.ul
she endeavors to take, except tin
printed book of rules which have
hi en urged upon her by doctor and
nurse. She has to grope her way to
| ward skillful baby management,
| watching anxiously, trying each step
Ik the last quarterly nicotine of the j of (h(, wnv buovod „p onIy hy th,
year Thia conference will eleet a i t.0Ilvi,.tion th,„ SCionceand hospital
delegate lo the annual conference that re(,jmp .lrtvocat„ „,.wor way. Phj
w'ill be held at the Ebenezer Fnited
Evangelical church at Longford, Kas.
Belden VVeikel, Pastor.
GET A TANK HEATER
Have Warm Water for your Stock. Save cutting ice and your stock
will get all the good Warm Water they want to drink. Sold by
109 North Rock Island
AT THE MOVIE SHOW.
They went into a movie show
In time to see the start;
And prim, precise and proper quite.
They sat thus far apart.
But oh! the hero wooed the girl,
Twice oh! he stole a kiss;
And when the lights came on again.
INSURANCE AGAINST SICKNESS
A bill will be introduced in the New
York State Legislature this year for
insurance against sickness. Such in-
surance as exists in Germany and
Great Britain will be compulsory for
all men and women gainfully employ
ed. whose earnings are less than $1200
per annum. Two-fifths of the cost of
this insurance is to he borne by the
workers, two-fifths by their employ-
es, and one-fifth by the state. The
bill provides that in case of illness the
beneficiary or his dependents shall
receive one-half or two-thirds of his
regular wages, as well as specified
medical, pharmaceutical, and hospl
tal benefits. The results of the work-
ings of such a law in the United States
are of extraordinary importance.
sically she is not quite herself for
some months. No matter how strone
her will or how unshakable her de-
termination, a persistent mother-in
law will either ultimately succeed 1n
interfering with her schedule or cause
her untold irritation and agony of
mind in the meantime.—Klma II
Wharton in the Mother’s Magazine.
We show the pick of the season’s best offer-
ings with some of the regular staples that
never fail to please. An excellent variety.
Make your selections early.
Buy Your Valentine Candies Here
The Prince Novelty Store
116-U8 South Rock Island Avenue
l)i lurry < \ir
lJi Hot ry Cor
/ ‘rict s /.o. b. Toledo
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Overland Delivery Cars are faster than horses
and far more reliable. Their cost for upkeep and
running expenses is much less in proportion to work
done. They soon pay for themselves for they enable
you to greatly extend your field of business. And
they cost much less than any other car of similar
35 horsepower motor
High tension magneto
33“ x 4“ tires; non-
skids in rear
Electric starting and
Large, powerful brakes
Rain-vision, vent llating
windshield (on panel
top delivery cars only)
Underslung rear springs
Instruments on dash
Electric switches on
Call, Telephone or Write for Demonstration
Belwood Motor Co.
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA
JAMES K. McGUIRE’S NEW BOOK.
This book is a sequel to "The Kim-',
the Kaiser and Irish Freedom,” by the
Fame author, which appeared last
winter, nine editions, and .selling
abroad in several languages. The
author believe* a Gaelic Renaissance
will only come through the economic
lessons which Ireland must learn from
Germany and says: "If the industrial
end economic system of Germany has
brought industrial freedom and pros-
perity to nil her state, the young men
of Ireland can afford to borrow it and
profit by her example. And her
friends in other lands can afford to
inquire into the causes which have
made Ireland the weakest country on
courage and fearlessness the spirit
and principles and the practical aid
of a civilized state, the foremost in
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS.
A WATCH RUNS BACKWARDS.
A jeweler has devised a watch which
runs backward, the figures on the dial J the continent and to
being arranged in opposite direction
to the usual kind. The watch was In-
vented at the suggestion of a left
handed person who complained that
it was always hard for her to tell the
time on the average clock, because
she thought "left handed.” With the
r.ew type of dial the process of read-
ing the hands was easier. Other left
handed persons seeing the new watcli
agreed that they could read it with
more facility than the other type—
Our idea of wasted energy is to get up
before day and play with the dog till
breakfast is ready.
It must be tough luck to have to
fight for a country where there is
j big stiff who orates about "My armies
and my navy.”
The Holidays Are Over
1915 is past, the New Year full
of promise, lies before us. Let’s make 1916 •
Banner Year? Everything looks favorable. The
prospects were never brighter for Oklahoma and
Oklahomans. During 1916 lets do more sawing
•nd less hammering.
We have as fine a line of Dtsston’s Saws as
there is in the state. Come in when you need a
Saw or anything else in Hardware.
Telehone 31 “The” Hardware Store
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Bronson, E. S. The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 3, 1916, newspaper, February 3, 1916; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913333/m1/3/: accessed August 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.