The Crescent Times (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1939 Page: 3 of 6
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The Crescent Times, Crescent. Okla., Thursday, Sept. 7, 1939
There are hundreds of different
brands of flour on the market and
they sell at all prices according to
the quality of the Flour you get.
We handle Gold Medal and are the
exclusive agents in Crescent, he-
cause we feel that it is the best flour
for the money regardless of price on
rOllltKKT KVI.AM>, Owner
br JOHN HARVEY PURBAY, PH.D.
(PubUsntd in Th* Cre*N
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Notice ift hereby K.^n
th. i :• h <i.i\ of s«*i t. mi..
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WHAT MAKES A MOM \\
■ FDEAS uf bciiuiy arc as changeable | E
| * us the styles of women's hats, '
and vary widely in ditTcrent parts of
j the world. In America today the
beauty most valued by women is |
I quite ditl'erent from the Victorian
belle type which depended on face
alone. Today, personality is far
more important than the facial
j mask (and even a mediocre face
can be improved a hundred per cent
by carefully used make-up). It Is the
j inner life, the esprit de corps, which
makes a woman beautiful, and with-
out this the most perfect face of a
Greek goddess is not beautiful
I enough to make even one man turn
for a second look. Someone has de-
lined beauty as "one-half personal-
ity. one-fuurth natural features and
i one-fourth make-up."
(i:> in niock
iree (43) In I ho
of Kant Ciuth-
Mihdivlslon of the
County, Oklahoma. ac-
cording1 to the recorded
subject only to taxes against said
real 'State and tax sales thereof
Sal«- will be made pursuant to
an ord* r of sale Issued upon a
Judgment entered in the District
Court of l.opan County, in Cause
No. 8655. w herein Home Owner*'I
Loan Corporation, a corporation
is plaintiff and A L. Brown and (
NYU E Brown, husband and wife,
1'' d« i• nd.ints, to satisfy sai l
judKiiicnt In the sum of $<5,290.S?
with int i.st thereon at the rat-'
ot 5 p« r annum from January
-V 1939. until paid $555.00 as'
Attorney's fee and cost?* and
Wit ti. ss my hind this 7th da\
THE CRESCENT TIMES
Established, December. 1906
out of trade territory.
;ry Thursday ut
do per year In Tr
d*' Territory; |l 6<
HERMAN O. WILSON
Entered in the
gress of March
Crescent, Okla., under At
•q ti h arson,
^ ou will always get more for your
money when you buy from E. Y. Well*
. . . He handles the best in products
and offers the highest type of serv-
VALVE STEM VULCANIZED
_ Z.r)C U|)
- 50c up
WELLS D-X SERVICE STATION
AND TIRE SHOP
E. Y. Wells, Prop.
Pnone 6 —oOo— Crescent
M. & M. Sales Co.
had an excellent Sale
iast Wednesday. Ev-
erything sold good.
M. & M.
B. H. Adams
Weibel's Grade "A
spected and government
insures you the best in
the growing Children.
Milk from in-
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR—
Weibel's Pasturized Grade "A" Milk
Weibel's Pure Butter
Weibel's Butter Milk
Weibel's Orange Juice
Weibels Home Dairy
iM; JI liiiiiiillli
THE Twit FIT-ALL
JvjhPW/ ffilo Any J
CampWU ifah Mazda Bulb
A BIG BARGAIN
IN GOOD LAMPS
It's a genuine bargain ... a quality buy in
PIN-IT-UP LAMPS and FIT-ALL FIX-
TURES priced especially so that every home
ran have the right light for eye comfort.
Many local stores are featuring the above dis-
play. Look for it. It is your guarantee for
good lighting at the lowest cost, so HURRYj
... get your lamps now.
OKLAHOMA GAS AND ^ ELECTRIC COMPANY
An Oklahoma Initiation • titabliihid, Oi/abgme hrritorV, 1302
f. *r"r *
W ir BOaSKN. M(rr. 'Guthrio District ")V
WANT TO STAY
SLIM . .
. . . ran ilo so by learning
lo Ixml. Itowlin*; fiiriiislics
jti-l enough (Ari'cisc for of-
fice woi kei s ami hoiiirinaK-
ers. And iito loam! We
will ui\ you all I lie instru-
ction >( ii need I ree Try it
D. & R.
FiiM Door Xortli News Off|cs
Be Ready For ■>
Every large package ol Dr.
MILES AN TI - PAIN PILLS
contains a pocket vize cam that
holds six pills. Carry this, and
leave the Large package in your
DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PTT.TA
are recommended for pain re-
Headache, Neuralgia, Mus-
cular and Periodic Psins.
They, taste good, act quickly,
do not upset the stomach. «
Your druggist sells them.
Regular package 25 for 25c.
Economy package 125 for $1.00.
Attend the OKLAHOMA
Golden Anniversary Year
*8^er HEIRLOOMS ....
One of the most unusual exhibits ever shown in Oklahoma.
Dozens of articles, every one of v/'icli is a genuine Oklahoma
antique, brought to Oklahoma by an 'SDer.
t atique farm implements! Posters, essays, dolls drested i
costumes, and other education department exhibits built
the Golden Anniversary theme.
HISTORY .ii FIREWORKS . . .
See the Run of '89 reproduced in dnzrling fireworks Horses,
riders, wagons, that appear to ctually move across tlitt open
field in the same manner they did in the world famous openiug
of Oklahoma. A spectacle never before presented.
Plus Such Other Outstanding State Fair Attractions As . « «
AUTO RACES MODERN MIDWAY RODEO
"AMERICANA," A BIG NIC,ill SHOW.
"The Last Week in September"
Ted Cotton who formerly has been employed by the Ashmon Brothers, has gone into busi-
ness for himself at the Poarch Service Station. He will take over the Repair Business there.
Mr. Cotton has been employed for several years by the Ashmon Brothers and is well known in
this vicinity. He invites his friends to call at his new location and see him and figure all their
repair jobs with him. x
IN BUSINESS FOR MYSELF
1 have a complete set of the very best and
modern tool? to do your repair work with. 1
have just purchased them and can do every
kind of motor work from tuning to overhaul-
ing. Drive out and get a free estimate on
your repair job.
DOES YOUR BRAKES HOLD?
Will your brakes hold when you need
them in an emergency? Don't neglect this im-
portant item They may only need adjusting.
MOTOR TUNE-UP JOB
With the end of hot weather near, your
car will need a completf tune-up job. It takes
very little time and money to do this and might
save you plenty of money later.
Every job is guaranteed to give you sat-
isfaction and service as represented at time
SPARK PLUGS CLEANED
We will clean and inspect your Spark-
plugs and cull out the bad ones. They cost
you plenty in gasoline expense and other
We have a complete line of new tires to
fit all cars and trucks. We can give you a spe-
cial trade-in allowance, as we have a market
for some eood used tires. ,
Drive out to our service station and get
our deal—You can save some monev.
Phillips "66' products are known the
country over and their quick starting and pow-
er expanding qualities recognized wherever
they are used. Fill up with Phillips Today.
POARCH Service Station
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH .SALES AND SERVICE
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Wilson, Herman O. The Crescent Times (Crescent, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1939, newspaper, September 7, 1939; Crescent, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234130/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.