The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 239, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 22, 1935 Page: 6 of 6
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EL RENO (OK.) DAILY TRIBUNE
EL RENO (OK.)' DAILY TRIBUNE
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TJtt REPORT USED
IS ‘Slim LIST’
P?tty Extortion Expected
New York Stock
NEW YORK, Jan. 22 (A1)—Except
for fluries in scattered specialties
and a fairly firm tone in com-
munications company issues, the
stock market today showed no
signs of getting anywhere. Ex-
treme dullness was the rule
throughout with most traders wait-
ing patiently on the sidelines. The
close was irregular, transfers ap
WASHINGTON. Jan. 22 (U.R)-
Aii epidemic of petty extortion is
ex >ected by officials to accompany j proximating only 600,000 shares.
publication of 5,000,000 income tax
re unis which will be filed with
tii.1 government next month.
Congress is not being criticized
El Reno Girls Resume
Duties At Stillwater
lo: ordering publication. But along
wi h the desirable consequences of
pt oliclty have been mentioned sev-
er il which are not desirable.
?aste and scissors only are nec-
es ary to make “sucker lists” of
nf wspaper columns containing
ni mcs and addresses of tax payers.
Ci mpilation of these lists from
so trees other than the internal
re /enue bureau is an organized
bi siness here and abroad.
The extortion and kidnaping
rackets are expected to draw upon
th -1 lists for tips on prospecting
But persons in the lowest income
biackets are more likely to be
bi ) ught to gangdom's attention in
tt.it manner than are persons of
la ge means. It already is a rela-
tively simple matter to discover
New York Cotton
NEW YORK. Jan. 22 (/P»—Trad
ing in cotton was comparatively
quiet today and prices sagged off
following yesterday's advances un-
der realizing or liquidation and
some scattered selling promoted by
disappointing Liverpool and Bom-
bay cables. March sold off to
12.41 during the early afternoon
when active months generally
showed net losses of 9 to 11
points, and was ruling around
12.45 at 2 o'clock with the gen-
eral list showing net losses of
to 7 points.
CHICAGO, Jan. 22 i/Pi-Orain
futures drifted lower today weak-
ened by the absence of buying
power rather than by any mater-
ial selling pressure. Wheat closed
barely steady at to cents
decline from yesterday’s finish,
W alLhv nelsons The rich in most 1,01,1 yeaieruay s muaii,
JX S “ ;;
J 'off, May 86'* and oats and rye
down fractions. Provisions also
But only an income tux return
ci n show whether one small trades-
man is making $2,000 or so a year
a.id another next door is making
jw profit at all. There is believed
to be much extortion among per-
sons of small means ol which no
report is made to the police. It is
that type of crime which is ex-
pected to thrive on Income tax
About 2.500,000 of the persons
making returns probably will re-
port sufficient net income in ex-
cess of exemptions lo inuke them
liable to tax.
Last Times Today
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan 22 (A')
—Cattle 800, calves 500, steady to
strong, trading active, up 15c to
25c. Medium to good beef cows
$3.75 to $4.75. Calves steady to
strong, top $7.50. Hogs 500, 10c
higher, top $8. Qood $7.25 and
up on better grades. Packing
sows $6.50 lo $7.15. Sheep 400,
steady to 15c higher on lambs.
Miss Margaret Skinner and Miss
Irma Little have returned to Still-
water to resume their duties as
employes in the state offices of
the Agricultural Adjustment Ad-
ministration at the Oklahoma A.
and M. college.
Miss Skinner is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Skinner, 1051
South Ellison avenue, and Miss
Little is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Little. 701 South Had-
den avenue. They have been
spending several weeks in El Reno
pending further development in
the administration of the Bank-
head cotton program.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1935.
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1935.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 22 f/P)-
Hogs 2,500, very slow. Top $8.10
Cattle 3.500. calves 700, killing
classes cattle moderately active,
stctidy to strong. Top steers
$12.00 and above. Top vealers
$9 00. Sheep 6.000, little activity.
Few1 sales native lamps around 15c
higher at $9.00.
.Mickey Rooney I
Step in Fetchit 1
Evelyn Venable 1
Kent Taylor |
( barley ( base Comedy j
Mickey Mouse Cartoon j
Coming Kri. and Sat
“Peck’s Bad Boy”'
With Jackie Cooper
El Reno Markets
< Corrected to Jan. 221
Yellow corn, No. 2 __________1.00
White corn, No. 2___________1.00
Mixed corn, No. 2 ___________.97
Knlir (white) No. 2 .90
El Reno Poultry
(Local poultry market price*
furnished at 1 p. m. daily by tha
El Reno Poultry and Egg Co.)
Light Hens______ __________
Light Stags —..............
Last Times Today
Edward Arnold I
Selected Short Subjects J
I biist Time* Todtty
LIU Cl, BRADLEY
Selected Short Subjects
Admission: 10c-15c |
Coming* Wed. and Thur.
^ Conrad Nagle j
four victories and no defeats,
while Central has three in the
won column and one In the lost
for a .750 percentage.
CiHssen will be entertained here
Friday night and with the elong-
ated Hunt, who became eligible at
Hie beginning of the second semes-
ter. a I renter will give Hie local
squad a run for their money. The
Comets' record lo date is not so
effective with one win and two
defeats they hold fifth place In
the conference standing but with
the addition of the six-foot, seven-
Ineh pivot man they expect to go
places the remainder of the sea-
Green Rack Friday
Olenn Orren. ineligible for Mon-
day night's tilt because of Incom-
plete scholastic work, Is expected
lo lie back in the line-up Friduy
' f . 2 0 14
Slaughter, f 2 0 14
Taylor, f 10 0 2
O/.mun. f 0 0 0 0
Wright, c 5 l 2 il
Slade g 3 0 2 8
Roblyer. g _______ 1 t t 3
McCray, 1 1012
Clovis, g 0010
Totals . 15 2 0 32
Guthrie 1 Mi
FO PH' PP IT
Brown, ( .
Referee: Stogner. O. U. Score
by quarters: 4-3. Outline; 14-5,
El Reno; 30-7, El Reno; 32-14.
The Indians made 2 out of 6
attempts at free throws; the Blue
Jays, 8 out of il.
Cl H. Net Ison, of Oklahoma City,
was a business visitor here Monday.
F. B Pitts, of Oklahoma City,
transacted business here Monday
DON! GET UP NIGHTS
MAKE THIS 25c TEST
Use Juniper oil, Buchu leaves,
etc., to flush out excess acids and
waste matter, Oet rid of bladder
irritation (hat causes waking up,
frequent desire, scanty flow, burn-
ing and backache. Get Juniper
oil, Buchu leaves, etc., in little
green tablets called Bukets, the
bladder laxative. In four days If
not pleased go back and get your
25c. Oet your regular sleep and
feel "full of pep.” Jones Drug Co.,
and Patterson Drug Store— Ady.
Miss Ethel Owens, of Geary, who
underwent a tonsillectomy at the
El Reno sanitarium Tuesday morn-
ing, was reported bv hospital at-
taches to be as well as could be ex-
pected this afternoon.
conditions? Will scientific trust
in God heal them, too?” Mr.
Rowell asked, answering “It can
and will. The present condition
of want and woe is teaching more
plainly than words ever could the
law of God, ‘As ye sow, so shall
“Lust is at the bottom of it—
and lust let loose. Is war—lust for
power and prestige, lust for money,
lust for blood, lust for sense sat-
isfaction. As we have sown In
lust, Is It any wonder that we
should reap in lack? For is not
lust confession of belief In lack?
Behold the world believing In
lack and experiencing lack in the
very midst of the greatest abund-
ance of good things that the world
has ever known! Is it not an-
omalous? However can it be ex-
plained except as fear and greed?
“And whatever can heal fear
and greed except scientific trust
in God? God's abundance is now
and always has been sufficient for
all of His children. Again we have
the privilege and are forced by
necessity to prove this scientific
"And many are doing it,” Mr.
Rowell claimed. All could do It
if they but knew how—to prove
that each one of us is in his right
place, serving God as a channel
for the expression of His endless
and bountiful supply of right
Referring to Mary Baker Eddy,
the lecturer reported, “Mrs. Eddy
says in a little article entitled
'Angels,* ‘God gives you His spir-
itual ideas, and in turn they give
you daily supplies.’ Meanwhile let
us lend a helping hand whenever
possible. Let us share of our 1
abundance as well as show our
brothers how to claim their herit- ,
age. Our infinite supply of true
substance can only become appar-
ent through using what we have
demonstrated in it."
Mr. Rowell Is a member of the
board of lectureship of The Mother
Church, the First Church of Christ
Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
the senior chamber to participate
in El Reno activities, and pledged
the continued cooperation of his
group for the next year.
A silent moment of tribute was
paid to the memory of B. D. Ash-
brook, director of the chamber of
commerce who died recently, when
those present stood with heads
Entertainment features included
vocal selections by Bob Sturdevant.
who was accompanied by Miss Mary
Edwards, and accordion and guitar
numbers by Gene Todd and Hubert
The meeting closed with election
of directors of the Chamber of Com-
merce for the ensuing year. Nom-
inations were received from the
floor, after which voting was by
ballot. The following were chosen:
S. S. Macy, E. F. Thompson, J. A.
Rinehart. C. A. Mason, R. T. Howie,
H. C. Hicks, W. H. Boon, B. U. Rec-
tor, T. M. Aderhold, J. K. Moore
and Henry Wolf. This group, to-
gether with three representatives to
be named by the junior chamber,
will form the board of directors. Of-
ficers will be chosen by the board
from among its own members. Old
and new directors will meet Wed-
nesday noon at the Oxford cafe
for this election.
Mimeographed reports of 1934
activities of both senior and Junior
groups were given out at the close
of the meeting.
William P. Harwell, 21, and Mar-
garet Wyse, 19, both of Oklahoma
Charles Star was fined $50 and
sentenced to serve 60 days in the
county jail after pleading guilty
before County Judge Emmett F.
Thompson to a charge of sale of
Change At University
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 22 (U.R)
—W. L. (Bill) Alexander, veteran
state political worker, was reported
at the capitol today to be slated
for business manager of the Uni-
versity hospital under the Mar-
Appointment of Alexander would
mean the removal of P. B. Bostic,
Muskogee, and this might not be
accomplished without a fight.
Technically the business manager
is named by the University of Ok-
lahoma regents but wishes of the
governor in major appointments
usually are followed.
J. H. Almond, of Enid, transacted
business here Monday.
Miss Cornelia Meadors, 806 South
Rock Island avenue, who has been
ill for the past several days with
an attack of influenza, is reported
as greatly improved.
Satin, Taffeta, Faille Trims!
Hpre are "top" fashions at a low price I
Beautiful crepes, soft satins, combinations
of crepe or satin with velvet—every one
brand new! Great variety in necklines—
high, square, round, surplice! Black,
brown* greens, rust! Women’s! Misses'1
Largr Size, llravy Weight
Repriced to Clear—
A Real Value At
One Assortment of
Misses Winter Weight
Broken .Sizes and
13(1 Tissues 2 boxes for 25®
We have one lot of
Genuine Wainbino Collar
Bargains! Gel yours todayl
Vests and panties—at only
Soft, comfortable—warm without he-
ing bulky! Of Durene and rayon, full
sized—well finished! Pantie* h*v«
laslex around the bottom! In (mall,
medium,largesites! For gwM-IS.lSc.
600 Yards Mill-Ends
Assorted Light Patterns. A Good
Weight. 36 Inehrs Wide.
Cloth of Many Uses
All wool Talon Slide Fastener-
Blue and Brown rolors.
Men, Here’s a Real Buy
If we have your sizes—Heavy-
weight; wanibino collar; mole-
We have repriced our
I ell and Metallic
Out they go at
49c >"'<i 98c
Repriced to Clear
Warm for Cold
TABLE SPECIAL! ODD LOTS!
Ladies' Dress shoes —
Kids, Calf-skins, ties
and pumps. Medium
and high heels.
Reduced To Clear At
REDUCED! Lucky Buys! While They Last!
For Warmth! For Wear!
Mostly hlaek, assorted fur
trimmings. The type of
coat you ftist can’t do
without. We only have a
few at this bargain price.
At a Penney Bargain
T*n or hrown.
Seme with Teion
Fe timer .. $1J9!
Drastic Price Cut!
A Real Bargain!
While Thry Last!
Boys’ Sizes 33c
Better Stink Up At
Children's White Elk
Only 29 I'Mirw in this Group
A SPECIAL BUY!
Urge (1m: 80*
105 inch. Jac-
quard* in bed-
EXTRA! ADDED FEATURE VALUE!
In this Popular Price
—AY /J£~\ fe Range
Form-Filling, Latex! xhadrx-
Krinforred her I and lor.
Plain and Fancy
width vd. /yc
Axiorteri C1 AO
Lad lex Fancy
Axxnried Color* and Patternx,
You will want arvrral e.
nf Ihrxr at Jk
A Real BuyI jyC
P E N N E Y' S
J , C. .PENNEY COMPANY, I n c orp o r a
Here’s A Real Value!
•uede Cloth Jackets
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