The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 161, Ed. 1 Monday, October 24, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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Wage slav*: Anj- lack; chap wM
bug u Job.
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Perhaps the Woman's party can And
a Dew Issue in bobbed bulr.
Greece continues to start drive#
and the Turk to finish them.
Murder as a tine art soon brings the
artist to the end of his rope.
Abandoned quarries seem to be th«
Sargasso seas of lost automobiles.
There are some who hate the profit-
eer because they would like his profits.
The average automobile tourist now
fears a holdup more than a blow-
Charged, so to speak, that the dy«
monopoly has sought a shade the
best of it.
Famine controls Russia. Here at
last Is an authority America can
All normal persons have five senses,
and a few have a sixth sense known
An optimist Is a consumer of gaso-
line who thinks he is to get the best
of a price war.
Spain is facing loss of her African
possessions. The Moors insist she
never luid any.
Now that rents are falling, the
landlords must have tumbled to the
writing on the wall.
If the Russian famine could con-
centrate on Moscow and Petrograd it
wouldn't be so bad.
It is easy enough to beat swords
into plowshares, but what use Can
we find for cloves?
Swiss hotel walters threaten to
strike against tips. Is this a scheme
to attract tourists?
Tenants have already discovered
that "equalization of rents" usually
means equalization upward.
The tax on cigarettes will not be
increased. Was this decision reached
in an effort to please the women?
You don't know. Ihese days whether
the little girl next door is hanging
out her doll's clothes or her mother's.
Poor whisky is blamed for the In-
crease of motor car accidents, but
good whisky probably Is doing its
if some American salesman desires
a real test of his ability he might try
to sell the disarmament idea to
Modern dress may be the fault of
husbands who have impressed upon
their wives the necessity of going
It is noticeable that most every
woman does her utmost to give the
impression that her family tree was
Cider making time has arrived and
with it the increasingly difficult prob
letn of keeping soft cider from get-
A decrease is noted in the num-
. her of hogs per capita, which same
statistics probably do not Include the
It seems strange, but after you spend
months and months finding a house
the bill collector iinds it without any
trouble at all.
A device has been invented thai
will enable one to play golf In his
own backyard. The invention, no
doubt, of a wife.
The great modern study is scientific
economy. It is' perhaps the more in
teresting because It cannot be clas
silled as a fad or a theory.
Arrested for wife desertion, a hus-
band says his wife compelled htm to
sleep in the barn. So just for |a
horse on her he ran away.
The United States treasury calls
attention to the fact that while statis
tics are seldom entertaining they are
often highly interesting and Important.
Turkish baths are said to he un
known to the Turk and there Is a sus-
picion that comparatively few Ru
slans are acquainted with the. Russian
French munitions workers have
thrown a wooden shoe Into the SI
lesian war machinery by refusing to
make war material for Poland and
A London paper announces plans
for four new British battleships in
1922 to carry 18-inch guns. Does thi
account for England's growing inter
est in the disarmament parley?
One of the disadvantages that
comes with having the soda water
dispensed by a registered pharmacist
that at times It tastes like a mis
v -p in the prescription.
A butcher says high prices are the'
fault of modern housewives who dr j
yot know how to boll. However thf
head of the house who is quoted those
same high prices, does.
''nx '/i\^ <mr ■! i n" MX
"Pape's Cold Compound" is
Quickest Relief Known
Don't stay stuffed up- Quit blow-
ing and snuffling! A dose of 'Tape'
Cold Compound" taken every i>v:
hours until three doses are t.iken
usually breaks any cold right up.
Tho very first dose opons clogged
nostrils and the air passages of the
tad; stops nose running; relieves
the headache, dullness, t'evei l.-lim
"Pape's Cold Compound cost only
a few cents at drug stores. It iet<
without assistance, tastes nic . eon-
tains no quinine -Insist upon 1'
Anyway, y< u will have to tive the
newspapers credit for trying to set
tie all the world's problem- Hon -
The general cut In railroad rates
has been imminent about as oC'en
as the downfall of the Soviet reg-
The only certain thing about the
teaching o; war history in the school
is that each French town will be
given S.TR-l pronunciations Den • >
Rocky Mountain News.
The unemployment confen n< •
wants lower freight rates, probably
with the Idea that it will k <
men busy two years making up new
Yes, Georgianna, the report of the
state minimum wagi commissioi
dc.es two thing 1 First it prove
that no deci nt t- rl • • -
than $13.50 a w < T! . r ■ ,> l
mends $12 a week . u
iwagte for working gir:
should not be "dosed." Treat
them externally with—
Over 17 Million j rs Used Yearly
Nfcme "Bayer" on Genuine
Warning! Unless you see tlo
name "Bayer" on package or on tab
lets you are not getting genuine \s
plrin prescribed by physic, n foi
twenty-one years and proved gate l>>
millions. Take Aspirin only as told
r. the Hayer package f r Col .
Headache, Neuralgia, Rlu umat sm
or Pain. Handy tin boxes tv. Ivc
Bayer Tablets of Aapirlli CO • I
cents. Druggists a! ) s. 11
packages. Aspirin is the trade matt
if Hayer Manufacture of Monoacetio
acidester of Sallcylica id.
CHICHESTER S P!U.i
School of Dancing
For information call 74
adlan county will be reudy for die
trilutlon soon Orders taken now
I'hone 71. ol9tf
FOR SALE!—Jersey cow 3 years old
in March, will be freRh in February;
also some household goods. Phon
FOR SALiE—Wild Mallard
535 South Keith. Phone 350J.
WANTED—Furnlshe 1 apartment o>
mi lage. Phone Walker at 89. 10tb
WANTED Salesman with car to
'11 low prived ld.000 mile cord tirei.
S ilary and expenses with extra com
n lissions. Goodstock Cord Tire Co.,
: !t S. I,aS:ille St., Chicago, 111. 24>>
FOR HUNT- -1st of Nov. furnlshe I
'louse. 904 Bnat Clark. 3tp
FOR RENT—Modern bed room, hot
id cold water. Phone 111QR. lOtfc
TOll RENT Bed room, hot and cold
\ater 305 E. Wade. Ladies only.
"OR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Telephone
'04ft. 1121 S. Rock Island. xx
RUNKS, bags, suit cases; why pay
i'o middlemen profits? Buy fro.n
"ictory direct: send for free catalog
nin Trunk and Bag Faeto-y. Spring
MA'LING LISTS FOR SALE
An up to date mailing list of Can-
Parties and Dances
BARNARD'S BOOK STORE.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
The partnership of Merveldt and
Walker has been dissolved and Mr.
Merveldt will continue the business
which hereafter will be known a
the Merveldt Motor Co., Mr. Walker! FOR SALE -We have a high grade
ematnlng with the firm In the ca- UBe(l Maxwell car at a bargain. II
pacity of salesman.—Merveldt Motor y°u want a Maxwell it will pay you
21.3tc to investigate.—King's Motor Co.
WANTED—Job as night watchman;
experienced; references furnished
Phone 840-J. 24p
WANTED—Messenger boy at West-
ern Union; must be 15 and have a
wheel, Inquire Western Union. 26
^ crur clothes thoroughly cleaned and returned to
you same day as received with absolutely no gasoline
odor. We are prepared to give you same service as von
can get in any large city.
EVANS & FALES
"WE DO OIJR BESY,:
The new sugar coated
flavored sugar jacket around
peppermint flavored chewing gum
that will aid your appetite and diges*
tlon. polish your teeth and moisten
your throat. mzz
THE FLAUOR LASTS
110 East Woodson
■'III* in Itfd a ' <■
boxes, senlc ' v .th I
Take no Utw
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slu n HY 9RIJrifilScS W •
GILMORE AND WOMACK
See us for bargains Ot'fk'-
Wilson Illdg. Phone 122.
hy 1 :ie str lri
we tit ; i fid un
501. Sou''I 1 lab" I
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*)th IX)CAL API ' i A1 >Nf . M thej
cannot reach tli«; seat of the dlaeava*
Catarrh l| a li
ftuenced by con n. il • t 1
ir ordei to cure i j - j
internal remed.v. Hal s Catarrh
cine is taken Internally I la ■
the blood n tie m
system. Hall's Cat
prescribed r y or.e •• t ,s t •t i . n
in tliis eountrj for
posed (.f tome
combined v. h voire
purifiers I <■
• he ingiedie
emits in < ati
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DR. R. E. RUNKLF,
Eye, Ear, Nose -and Throat
306 Shop? Klfla-
Corner Main and Hudson
Oklahoma City, Ok la.
ami The Ant
PROBABLY you have read the fable of the
grasshopper and the ant. How the ant prepared for win-
ter and the grasshopper only played, and later starved.
And the moral—do you interpret it?
When you buy, do you purchase any kind of pro-
duct? Or Jo you prepare for wise buying by reading
the advertisements and selecting the article that will do
you most good ?
Ad' irtised products are the best possible buys.
'1 he ii t : ve greatest value because they have a good
nam. > U'st. Manufacturers of well known articles
and merchants value these names at millions of dollars,
'l hey can not afford to jeopardise the worth of thei
names by selling any but the best quality at the most rea-
I'm; with forethought. And read the advertise-
ments to see what to get and where to get it.
BUY THE ADVERTISED PRODUCTS
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 161, Ed. 1 Monday, October 24, 1921, newspaper, October 24, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91407/m1/3/: accessed March 4, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.