The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 164, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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i THURSDA Y< APRIL 17,1
THE EL RENO (OKLA') DAILY TRIBUNE
of grain and 1.000.000 bushels ol I unloading ul the same limn. There
flour lust year) will be under way Hie wnln will flow f:i belt convey.
oik from lu unloading pit s.
11 *I Cm u big Job moving t he wheat
More t In: n two thirds ol Halt us (.Jo,, |},, | Caul vent on says it can be
ton's total population of 0.'l,ooo poo (j( !u,
pie are directly interested in the
She's Elected Mayor -
Port Is Preparing to Han
die Record Yield From
shipping and its allied activities.
There the largest port elevutor In
America lias been erected to
await tin* 1.0.10 crop by tin* Gulvust-
ton Wharf company. It Inis a cupu
(tty of ti.niMi.oOO Inn liuls. Five hun-
dred cars a day can be handled.
Twelve dock workers to a ear are
used. Eighty three electric mo-
tor* with 11 all lion e|lower capaelh
aid in the movement. They are
handled bv remote control through
three siiln.tat on
New Swedish Power
Plan Is Outlined
STOCKHOLM. April 17. OP>
A plan by which all Swedish
windfalls, rivers and lakes used
lor He production of hydro-nice
trie power would b * connected
into one continuous waterway
miming from Lapland |o tin- c\
tmine south of the country, ha.-
bei n outlined by Gustaf KmiI Hill-
will «pIkI, .hr In.-nmlmc u,;p: hen, iKmrd*“.‘c'lVid'* ""
The realization ol this scln me
according to Hilling, wo ild make
up for the scarcity of water power
i c; our, <4.j in soul hern a ml central
Eleven 25un-luudH hopper : calc:
GALVESTON, Texas. April IT
(IP) This port Is getting ready now diietv will insuie its good comil-
to baiidle the l!»:in wheat crop that lion pending export from tliennom
v. ill pour in from Texas. New Mext- eter unit rolled bins. Tills export
ro. Oklahoma. Kansas. Nebraska, will he from six miles of water-
Missonil and from Northwestern front along wliHi .*12 piers receive Swp(1(,n Tin* lake of Vancrn. sec-
spring wheat stales as far off as the vessels of '!!» steamship com ltm| |n Europe, would
Wyoming and Montana. publics. There* Is beith space tor sf.m, .,y „ nt r, servolr. and ad
Not many years ago (lie handling 1»U vessels. ditlonal dams would be built
of the wheat crop was a coni para- T.iirtv sbipslde warehouses .,|OI|g t|„. roUf,. },| appropriate tn-
tively simple thing. Then tHe ci’op await the shipments. They have ,prva|H when fully developed, a
moved over a six months period inside floor space of more than I t m 11 a r river system would be cap
t'nder modern harvesting methods mm,mm s(|imre feet and apron ,,f supplying hydraulic power
it moves in six weeks. And it is spai .* of IHm.OtMi squere feet more. ,,| :»aoou non kilowatts a year, ac-
tually times bigger in volume than A complete lallnmd rysteiu works ,,,rdii:g to Hilling,
the old (Top that moved in six among the elevators and v.a.**-
months. houses, with f»l miles of track. In Historical motion pictures of
This huge movement into Halves- it lion errs can he stored. Fifty the Herman republic are being pre
ton lit totaled 22.mm,mm bushels ^.ix loaded ears can be spotted for , i ved by Hint government
getting the blanks In the proper
bunds and seeing that they arc
filled out and returned to himself.
A meeting will he called the first
of next week, at which time n
copy of the rules and regulations
for the former league will be dis-
| cussed and revised to meet the
--- needs of the proposed league for
,, , fl .. ibis year. An announcement as
Hackers Hope to ilflVC to the date and time of the meet-
... „ Ing for next week hill be nrada
clay begun by June 1 i inter.
A record of all the games will
be kept on file at the Tribune of-
Ite present a tives from several of average of the lead-
«h,- Kl Reno churrt.es who u.c In-' "1*1 l}“,,r,1“< n,!*"r
, , will he available at any time after
tcrcstcl in orKanlzli.it n ' hnrrti ] the rtartthK of the loagw,.
baseball league tills summer, met
at the Tribune office, Wednesday
Defeat lug two men. Miss Essie
Want becomes tin* first feminlu*
in.iyoi of King City, Mo. In ad-
Hit;<>*i in holding a teacher's di
idoma she also !:i u luembei* of the
night, to make plans for getting
the teams entered and play start-
ed by June 1 or perhaps sooner.
Ii has been a few Real's since a
league has been in operation and
Iheic have been several persons
inquiring about a league for this
year and offering assistance in
At the meeting Wednesday
night. It was decided to have tie*
Tribune furnish several copies of
a proposal bulletin made and one
!r. and Mrs. Hayden J. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. March and
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Aycock all end-
ed the opening of the Western
Hank and Office Supply Co., in
Oklahoma City, Wednesday even-
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Dan and Tom Hanson, students
Don’t deny yourself the
luxury of Camels
Ri:al smoke LUXURY that costs no more! The fullest, most
satisfying smoke-delight ever put into a cigarette —and at the
usual cigarette price! Why be content with less, when you can
have the ultimate smoking pleasure in Camels?
Camel luxury starts with the tobaccos — the choicest Turkish
and Domestic leaf that can be selected. All the mild, mellow,
natural goodness of these tobaccos is preserved and retained in
the exclusive Camel blend — a harmony of fragrance beyond
imitation. And the most modern and scientific manufacturing
processes complete the assurance of luxury in Camels.
Treat yourself to real cigarette enjoyment!
the better cigarette
place I in the hands of someone |»f the Oklahoma University in Nor-
from each church interested in *i man. are spending the Faster va. j-
league. The blanks also contain tion in the home of their parents.
a short paragraph stating what -
each team will he required to do. Mrs. Frank McCoy. Mrs. Dillard
The blanks are to be signed by Sams and Miss Daisy Braden spent
tile acting manager tor each team tin* day in Oklahoma City.
and a list of lf» names attached to -
the blank, comprising the group Bennie Fugate, who attends Ok-
from which a team for the resper- lahoma City University in, Oklaho-
live churches js to he picked. tua City, will spend the Easter
Walter Htiss, who lias been holidays with Ills mother, Mrs. F.
with the league in previous yearn. I A. Fugate. 121 South Roberts uve-
hie- volunteered his services for nue.
HOTEL HAS 61,000 SHEETS
AND LOT OF OTHER THINGS
NKW YORK. April 17. (IP)
Hotel SI. George, which has til.-
••no sheets in it a linen donuts, in
located on Pineapple street and
is owned by Bing and Bing.
The foregoing paragraph* is not
'tine eastern standard time would
not be lacking.
The patron who likes aquatic
sports would find a veritable
heaven for Australian crawlers in
Hie cellar. The St. George pool is
all tricked out with Willy Pogany
SUNSET GOLD COFFEE
A Small Can Carnation
Cream with every pound
MAMMOTH JUICY ORANGES
opening stanza of a gangster decorations, the water is salt and
thriller. Nor does it rcpruwnt an th®? ur,! llKht8 ,h« 'vaV('8
attempt to he eontleul. Its just 11'|U,8« “Kh‘* "nd«r walel-
|.M.|S while they go to make the tiling.
' Quite u number of pop-eved New luo,i rlsl" have their dim
York now. ......ermen were herded ‘"Ivu"Iuk,'s' s,,nip ,,f llu' 8*lnim,,|s
thrmiKh the St. (Scow's multi- 8aV Mlow lla* a hal,'‘
tmlimms rooms, eotrldors, hall- «( epcnlns hlh eyes under water In-
...... and tMimlnu halls on the oe- lormed llli8 correspondent that h-
eastern of Its opeuitm. It Is the W)l in a ten-1W« Jani "" Ms first
hipest, hotel in Greater New York. s"bmarle" v,alur,‘ ia »<\
even If it Is in Brooklyn. It is just ,cI1 was l°P ,
across the Kast River, a George "l,lch "as l,ot,onl- alld f»«nd °«> |
Washitr.tuii throw from Wall llle llUl1'1' ,ruth olllv *«*'r he had
s(roet smacked his nose on the tile *»ot-1
Mg. cans Best grade Quality
Tomatoes Nnt-Oleo bread
29c - IM
There are two startling thiuKs "»«'• The *•'» (°or around the
ahum this Pane stopping plate. >’uul' Jneldentallp. Is kept warm
One Is the list of statistics it;. ,ri,m »'»ntewhere underneath, 'and
press a Kents prepared for the 0 "nappy Ittnth ’ • ounter
openluK. and the other lies Ip the "pa'l,-v f,»'’ ""’se who like .•nth-
fact that a person could live in ,nea* their Jack-knives,
the Si. George during bis untile
lifetime without <*\er leaving the
pla c. And In* could enjoy every
minute of it.
TWO ONE POUND CANS
ONE TWO-POUND CAN
Then* are lfi hall rooms and
one grand bull loom that is noth-
ing short of grand. It has sub-
dued lights and the electrician
in every room so that’ Amos n
Andy, setting up exercises, tin*
sheep and cattle receipts and gen-
Years of Search Ends
In the first place there's a radio wh'’ do08 ,l"‘ HllMurtnit Is Bond
at the trick.
Also in Hie building one may
get a permanent, buy a pipe and
a pouch of tobacco, get all kinds
of candy, shaves and haircuts,
have one’s nails done, buy flow-
ers. enjoy the manifold blessings
of a full-fledged pharmacy, buy
clothing and hire a man to put
them on. have a cavity filled or
an appendix removed, buy books,
rent books, buy theatre tickets,
finit. luggage, find out how much
it costs to go to the Riviera or
, Coney Island, take a Turkish hath,
get shoes half soled, he fitted for
spo lades, send telegrams, be
photographed and indulge in Jew-
In addition to all these advan-
tages. one ran buy postal cards
and send them home, telling about
llu* Min,non pillow cases the hotel
has. along with the amazing fact
that file 21 elevators travel 27B
miles every day in the year.
And oh. yes! There are electric
horses in the gymnasium and the
hotel Incinerator consumes 2(i
tons of this and that daily.
2-U. W* 45c S “r,CnS
MfcL* «c Carton
JELLO, 2 Packages
C. & H. Powdered Sugar, Bx. . 9c
Z Bl- Nik- Malt 59c s
Clicquot Club ginger
ale if; 19c
Peaches 2 *
FANCY BURBANK EATING
She Lost 19 Pounds 1
of Fat In 27 Days
IN OUR MARKET
0 1950, t. J. RwrkoWo Tmbwccm
Cqgguay, Wum«n-S«l*m». N. C.
During October a woman In Mon-
tana wrote “My first bottle of
Krusclien Salts lusted almost four
weeks and during that time I lost
lit poiJijds of fat— Kruschen is all
you claim for it- I feel better than
I have for years.”
Here's the recipe that banishes •
fat and brings Into blossom all I*
natural attractiveness that ex
Every morning take one half tea-
spoonful of Kruschen Salts in a
glass of hot water before break fa: t.
H*- sun* and do this every morn-
ing for •’It's flu* little dailv dose
that takes off Uio fai." —Don’t inis-
a morning. The Kruschen hahii
means that every part left* of pois-
onous waste matter and harmful
acids and gases are expelled from
At the same Hint the siomnfh
1 liver, kidneys and bowels arc toned
Af.er ,i--l,t yp.irs of relent!^. I
searching Chicago police hcllev.* salts is carried to every orga.t
th«v have captured the eighth mem- gh'nd. n^rv* and fibre of the m»d>
, , * . . , and this is followed by '‘that Kro-
her and leader o! a gang ol nin \ when fueling" ».r energetic tiualtii
who ml’md Arthur \V. Cniton, be- »"id sHlvtty iha Is reflected in
. ... .... . , bright eyes, «lewi skin, cheerful vl-
low, multi in.Hi mane grain opt rn- vm lty and cburinliig figure.
tor, and Ids wile am! attests lint! If you want to lose fat with speed
locked him in the Imscim-nt vault get an 85c brittle of Kruschen Salts
of ids mansion. 'Pin* captured man. front Jones Drug Fompanv or any
who whs arrested at Cleveland, do- lt\> druggist any where In America
uios that lie is Simon Rosenberg, with the distinct undpistaiiding
the limited gangster. Cut ten Tin- that you must he satisfied with
auced the search. «ult» or money back,—Adv.
WILSONS CERTIFIED HAMS
Whole Ham, lb.
Center Cuts, fancy
Cured ham. lb.
>k AZ BACOH
Famous Sliced, lb.
Cut from fancy
Corh fed Beef, lb,
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Blair, James R. & Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 164, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 1930, newspaper, April 17, 1930; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc918141/m1/2/: accessed December 7, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.