The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 20, Ed. 1 Monday, February 20, 1928 Page: 4 of 4
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MONDAY, FEB- 20, 1928.
THE EL RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
PECANS, Chinese elm, fruits, shrubs
and roses; everything needed to
make your homo beautiful and fruit*
ful; not cheapest, but the best; cata-
logue and planting Instruction book
on request. Jim Parker, nursery-
man, Tecumseh, Okln.
BABY’S LIFE TO BE
RULED BY SCIENCE
>, w York.—Poor Harriet Knllen.
Her life Is to he Just one psychologist
They are going to study her every
gurgle, make notes on her first laugh
ter, catalogue her first curiosity, ana-
lyze her moods und go Into con or-
ence when she cries.
They want to know why she »’HM
glcs her toes und they hope to find
out what makes her put her fist In
her mouth. . . .
Harriet doesn’t know that she Is to
h, Okin. Harriet doesn’t Know
-1-*7 TT7 viral be the object of such close observation
ntjnsjsrura sz .»«*»• - «•«* ** - *• -*
and; 2nd class $20 thousand. Chill
Saw Mill on Ed Blake farm, 3 miles
north, 4 east and 1V4 back south.
Comfort And Smoothness
Typical of Willys-Knight
Although luxury Is tho keynote of
the Willys-Knlght Creat S,x models
which aro being exhibited at the au-
tomobile show, unusual care has been
taken bv the Willys-Overland engin-
eers in designing this group of Knight
engined cars to provide for comfort,
smoothness and safety.
A double drop frame is employed
to secule low Hwung weight, this
method of engineering carrying the
body close to the ground to provide
riding smoothness aud at tho same
time giving road stability to the car.
This method of construction permits
fast driving without the dangers that
are apparent In cars where the bodies
aro carried high in the air. An ad-
ditional safety factor is provided in
FOLKS YOU KNOW
(Continued from page 1.)
Mrs Dorothy Warren and daugh-
ter. Margaret Pauline, of Oklahoma
City visited relatives and friends here
t * •
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Burke and t. J.
daughter, Miss Elizabeth. 914 South Sunday.
Hoff, made a business trip to Enid
Misses Marie Smith and Florence
Davis. Jim Lord and S. p- C’al
motored to Oklahoma City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs* Clyde J- *Jar(?'
children, 113% Nor h Rock Inland,
motored to Crescent.^ Okla., Sunday.
Spear motored to Norman
Rub well over
throat and chest
Mrs. Stanley Warner, who lias been
the guest of her parents, Mr. ana (
I C Gadberry spent the week-end Mrs. B. U. Rector, 820 South Rock
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Bring us your lumber bill—wo
save you money. ______
ne me oojcn m ----------
for the sake of science, for she Is on y
six weeks old.
for all »!• >. « ' •'ll ^"n^r'bWk’i’Muipment. «.»<>
riel’s family is Just naturally Ini JJjj QD ftl, products manu-
ested In psychology. Her father, ur. pd b (hc wniys-Overland Coin-
Horae* ML Kali** to • todarat «> ^
philosophy and eslbetlcs and has been Hej
on the faculty of Princeton. Harvard
Mrs. Earl Yost and daughter.
Eleanor. 221 North L. spent Satur-
day in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis of Okla-
homa City and Mr. and Mrs. Price
Courtney visited Sunday with Mr. anu
Mrs. E. Q. Courtney, 419 South Bick-
John T. Naylon spent the week-end
in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cullum of
Chlckasha were business visitors beie
, , , Mrs. Frank Wallace, 933 South Had-
*s« ASST* ',om “
EAST SIDE HATCHERY
CUSTOM hatch 3%c per egg. Live
chicks Be apiece. Orders booked
for day old chicks, 12%c apiece. 805
South Mltihell St.. Phone 588-J.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST; From my truck between
Geary aud El Reno, one spotted
Poland China sow, weight about 175.
Finder will receive suitable reward .
by notifying A. L. Pettis, Watonga, I
Okla., Blaine Co.
and the University of Wisconsin. He
Is a disciple of William James and
ha* written books.
The child’s mother Is the head ot
the Hamilton Grunge school of New
York. . . ..
The mother will specialize In th**
child’s laughter; her father In her
curiosity. Other scientists have been
called in lo divide the rest of the
Prof. John B. Watson will study the
Helflex spring shackles a»*° *orin
a part of the standard equipment on
the Willys-Knlght Great Six line.
These shackles absorb all road shocks
and permit free spnng flexure, reduc-
ing to a minimum the wear on every
pan of iho car.
he Grea’ Six line is powered by
the improved Willys-Knlgut six cjl-
Inder sleeve valve engine capable
of maintaining \ high rate of speed
heui after hour with a total absence
of vibration at practically all speed
ranges. It has an unusually fust
gel away which is a great tailor in
Prof. John B. Watson will «uay me Jjpl aWay which is a great mimr ..
emotions and Prof. Edward B. Holt tho recognitlon of this cai as an Ideal
will devote himself to the physiology ty|e for driving in heavy city UaLti-
. . _____He will vnHnears DOint out that the "toys
STRAIGHT SALARY: $85.00 per
week and expenses. Man or wo- j
mull with rig to Introduce POULTRY
MIXTURE. Eureka Mfg. Co.. East St. |
Today and Tuesday
Fred Thompson in
Comedy: “Hloh Spots”
Latest News. Adm. 10—20
Wednesday and Thursday
Marlon Davies in
Regular Admission 10—20
Engineers point out that the Willy*
Knight Great Six has ample power
and speed to meet all demands, op-
erates silently, efficiently, smoothly
aud economically, and Is built to sus-
tain a long life.
The body line of the various mod-
els in the Great Six line are long,
low and graceful, while the interior
appointments carry out the aim of
leal aspects of the case. He will
watch the nerves and motor reactions
and rtudy the facial changes.
Ancient Bone* Found
in English Village
Rninhnm, England.—The Impor-
tance ,.f Great Britain as a field for apj)0iu,ment8 carry out the aim oi
further archeological survey has been willys-Overland engineers tending to
borne out bv several Important diseov- luxurious appointments, dash anil a
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belonged to two ancient Britons who • ac,orv salea record of the
were hurled at about the t.me of Julius WJJ1 yg.Knipht Great Six during the
Caesar’s Invasion were found in a ar ll8 a tribute to its perform-
stone eotlln which was unearthed two ^ ^ and high standing in the quality
Among semi-civilized races inter-
Any Sett Any Time 10c
Last Times Tonight
Positively one of the best pictures
This Theater has shown for tome
"THE FOUR FLU0HER”
with George Lewis—Star of “The
Today Thru Saturday
The Show You All Know
"OUBINSKY BROS. STOCK CO."
Entire change of plays daily
"THE UNSEEN HAND”
“JAKE THE PLUMBER"
Picturee 7 o'clock
feet beneath the surface.
The coffin was hewed from a solid
block, while the lid was composed of
two large stone slabs and several
smaller stones. Fragments of bone
were found Inside.
A quantity of rubbish was also
found Insldi the coffin, but one in-
teresting discovery was a born drink-
ing vessel Two clay pots, one almost
spherical and without ornamentation,
and the other about five Inches high
and beuring traces of crude design,
constituted the remainder of the dis-
The finds are expected to be turned
over to experts of the British museum
for thorough examination.
Vanity of Pakenham
Brought Hit Defeat
The American forces under Andrew
Jackson ut New Orleans in Juuuary,
1815, IntUcted severe losses on the
British troops because General I’aken-
harn, the British commander. Insist- ,
ed upon carrying cut a set method of
attack which did not prove success-
ful against the Americans, points out
Clifford Raymond In an article In Lib-
“It was British tradition," continues
the author, “that troops could take a
position In frontal attack, carrying
material for filling ditches and lad-
ders for scaling walls. It was also In
the history of British regiments In
America that they had not doue tt on
many occasions; but Pakenham. with
his reputation to maintain, was con-
vinced that he had do It, even with
Andrew Jacksoo animating the troops
behind the breastworks.
“Pakenham died rallying the men."
explains Rajmood. “when they with-
ered under the rlfie and artillery fire.
Before that fire, in 25 minutes the
storm troop* of Great Britain dlsajv
peered. There were TOO killed. 1.400
wounded, and 500 taken prisoners.
The American loss was 8 killed and
Among seuiivmu*™ .....
chango of dress Is a very serious busi-
ness and is practiced regularly. In
many of the numerous islands in Aus-
tralia. whenever a man is troubled
with an evil spirit he leaves his home
secretly, dons a woman’s dress, as-
sumes a female voice, and pretends
to be other than he really is. __
daughter, Mary Jeanne, who
been tho guests for the past two
weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Don Allison,
603 South Macomb, left Friday for
their home in Chicago, 111.
Misses Elizabeth Bonebrake and
Doris Clay Robinson, students of the
Oklahoma University, spent the week
end in the home of the former’s par-
ents, .Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bonebrake,
Oak and Mitchell.
• • •
Miss Ethel Lauher and \V. M. De
Laney both of Oklahoma City were
the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Tucker, 201 North Barker.
• • ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ellison. 604
South Rarker, have returned from a
three weeks’ sojourn at Sau Anto-
nio. Brownwood and Corpus Christl, t
• * •
Miss Rannie Henry of Tulsa spent
the week-end with Miss Gwendolyn
Moore, 315 South Evans.
Miss Mary Williams, 319 North
Rock Island, was an Oklahoma City
Tommy Clifford, who attends O. U.
at Norman, spent the week-end with
his parents. Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Lin-
ford. 502 South Williams.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. John Garrett, lift
South Admire, have as their house
guests. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas E. Hen
derson, daughter. Lois May aud son
Paul Eugene of Monett, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs* John Gallagher of
Enid visited relatives here Sunday.
t • •
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Skinner, daugh-
ter, Margaret and son, Harry. Mr. aud
Mrs. H. B. Skinner and Mary Jane
Schooling motored to Oklahoma City
Mr. and Mrs.*G.*W. Cooper, daugh-
ter. Miss Orpha and Mr. ,anj!.JJJ ;
Clarence Cooper motored to Chicka
Ivan C. Scott will attend a dance
in Chickaslia this evening.
• • •
N. A. Nichols and father, J. L.
Nichols, spent the week-end in Okla-
h in the
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 37, No. 20, Ed. 1 Monday, February 20, 1928, newspaper, February 20, 1928; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc909257/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.