The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 282, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 2, 1930 Page: 2 of 6
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FELT SHE WAS
Health Seeaed To Ba Gomf
Helped H« to Well.
Dothan. Al*.-',Atout nine pan
ago, I wm in wry bad health, **
■ays Mrs. O. 8. Damp, 713 Bait
Adams Stmt, this city.
“I had b**n going downhill for
some time, until X found myself
so weak I could not tap going. X
had to give up and go to bed where
1 stayed six weeks, flat on my back.
*1 could hardly lift my hands,
for weakness. I wonted a lot about
myself for I oould ass that I was
not doing any good. X tried one
thing and then another, hut noth-
ing helped me. X oould feel my-
self getting weaker all the time,
and I suffered constantly with a
severe pain in my aids.
“A friend asked me why I did
not try Cardul. I was impressed
with the suggestion, and at once
began to take it It was not long
until I began to improve. My
strength returned and the dreaded
pain in my side left entirely. I
was delighted with this, so I kept
on with tlie medicine for some
time,—long enough to be sure that
my gain was permanent" ■•»«*
[While taking Cardul, a food]
laxative to UN ll Thedford'i;
Black-Draught. 864 * P*ckM«.|
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666 also in Tablett.
Winnings Used To Pay
Off Farm Mortgage.
PONCA CITY. Okla., Sept. 2 —
(\jpy George C\ Day, farmer living
near here, prepared to visit the
bank today and pay the mortgage
on his home because 'Goober
Dust," a lowly terrapin owned by
big wife. Mrs. Clara V. Hay, won
the seventh annual 101 Kamh
terrapin derby here yesterday.
"Goober Dust.” who wiggled
across the line of a rouble of ter-
rapin lengths ahead of his nearest
opponent, who carried no name,
won $7,100 for Mrs. Day.
"We decided to pay off the
mortgage with the money,” Mrs.
F. V. Huddleston. Bluff City,
Kan., owned the unnamed entry
which won $1,250 by placing sec-
ond. "Gold Bond,” entered by
Herman Myers, another local far-
mer. placed third and won $750.
Fourth place was won by "Col-
ly Ann,” entered by ike Grapes,
Ponca City, who received $'ino in
prise money while ‘Queen” crawl-
ed over the finishing line in Tilth
place to win $200 for T. K. Brown,
CHICKASHA PLANS CREAMERY
CHICKASHA, Okht., Sept. 2 —
(LP) The movement for the estab-
lishment of a co-operative whole
milk plant In Chic-kasha is prog-
ressing rapidly with only $35,000
in shares, out of $100,000 needed
for the project, remaining to he
More than 4000 cows belonging
to farmers In Grady county
are signed up to furnish milk to
the plant. In addition CIS busi-
ness men in the county have pur-
chased membership in the plant.
THE EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1930.
FORD ROADSTER IS POPULAR
. i, CO Unharmed
1 Mat hen at ca To |he |ce flldo
instruments 64 c ,ta, of ,nd4a
7 Time between sua-
rise and sunset
13 Sunken court
H A kind of duck
16 Froya's husband
1.8 Floc k
66 Feminine name
67 A row
68 Edible tuber
71 Selfish persona
• Senatorial carmamt
10 Object of worship
11 Bill of fsr« \
23 Partook of fsad
34 indigo plant
25 Tribute mpk
28 Come In 02S
32 Mineral aprtag
38 Biblical mountain
The Ford roadster is popular among those who prefer open air
riding. The seat is wide and low. The top is of the quick col-
lapsing type and may he flipped back with one hand. If desired, it
may he removed entirely. There are approximately fourteen cubic
feet of luggage space ill the rear deck. The deck Is arranged ho
that u rumble seat may be installed.
A famed cow
A» the source of nature’s most perfect food-
drink for mankind, we have long used a Wis-
consin cow as a symbol for Horlick’s. It stands
as our proud guarantee of the richness and
purity of this most wholesome beverage. Send
us ten cents today for a sample and mixer.
Members Real Estate
Board to Meet In Enid
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Borgthold j
KN1D, Okla., Sept. • tlr | and daughter, Miss Iola, 519 South
Preparstiona are being made 111 choctaw avenue, and their guest,!
Miss i Aeon a Richardson, of Enid, i
agent the week-end with relatives!
< 67 Going out
_________ I Persian governor!
21 Measure of weight 2 One of the Groat i u Muie ot $r0^k
22 A chemical Lakes
compound 3 Cover with wax
23 Arm pit 4 Chinese monetary *'
25 Make tatting unit 1 g church
27 Repentance 5 Fragrance
31 Not a liability '* 6 Title of respect
35 Sheep, the nahoor J 7 Dedicate
36 Philosophic con- / 2 Homan araphl-
87 Die Anowtr to
3, Crutulty Pr.vio«» PuuU
42 Collection of fact*
47 Denizen of the
49 Goddess of poaco
51 Cozy abode
53 Compass point
n wraS mn
n KfM fh
42 To dry t
44 A color
45 Before <
42 Renders endurlM
by heating iM
SO Coin ‘
52 Idol (Pr.) N
55 Charles Lamb’s
56 Look obliquely
57 Sea gull
59 - Baba and tl»
60 Prefix meaning hill
62 Level v
66 Garden ImpleiMBt
F.nld to care for at least two hun-
dred visitors expected here during
the latter part of October for ft
meeting of the state real estate
""several epaakera have already ' Mr*. R. Q. Hanna left Saturday
been necured to make talks during for her home In Covington. Tex
the twe-day convention. Harry ! Mer ..pending the p.a. two weeks
l-alr and Newt Graham, both ot with her daughter MU* Irene
Tula*, will apeak on taxation. (I.; Hanna ot the Liehmann apart-
A Nlcbola, Oklahoma City, la to m™‘«- M!«h Hanna, whoi recently
talk on the handling and aale of underwent a major operation at
HUh-dlvialona. A member of the the El Reno aunltar urn. waa ah e
national aaaociatlon. Arthur Mer- to resume her dutle. aa county
will apeak on appraiaala. Al- demonstration agent today.
fred Arington. Tulsa, will talk on
property owners division. | ,
Many noted real estate men In
the state will tell of the achieve-
ments of their loeul clubs during
the second day of the convention.
ARMY OF 649,000 SCHOOL CHILDREN
WILL BE MOBILIZED DURINC, SEPT.
lHM'TOflH TO MEET 1 \ NORMAN
NORMAN, Okla., Sept. 2.—(LP)
—Approximately two hundred
doctors from the southern part
of the state are expected here on
Sept. 8 for a meeting of the
Southern Oklahoma Medical as-
Several speakers have been
chosen to appear on the conven-
tion program Including Dr. Ben
Cooley, Dr. J. L. Day, Dr. J. J.
Gable, Dr. C. A. Brake and Dr.
Carl Steen, all of Norman.
Dr. T. V. Powell, D. C.
Female, Prostolie# Blood and
116 1*2 S. Rock Island
Office phone 1590. Rea. 1573.
WhY PUT uplwith anta? Black Flag Powder
—deadliest inaect-killer made—is guaranteed to wipe
them out! Blow it around. It will deatroy the whole
colony—quickly, surely 1 Also geta rid of roaches,
anti, bedbugi, fleas, fliea, moaquitoea and moths.
Packed in glaai, it keeps its strength. 0191°,»• <»•
BLACK FLAG POWDER
Kenneth McClain and Morris
OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. 1-(IP) | The army will be mobilized In
—Oklahoma during September 4900 ecboot district., • ranging, . week-end in
and the firs, two weeks of Or-[from districts with a one-room, .»"«h«m spent the
tober will mobilize a peace tltne|arhool to districts like Oklahoma ]
army more than seven times as City with more than .r>0 aehoola
large as the army she mobilized In them.
during the World War. About 50,000 of these 684,000
Tin* new army to be mobilized
is the army of 1584,000 pupil*
who will enter tin* public aehoola
of the slate, A majority or these
pupils will enter school September
1 and September S, but some of
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pupils are negroes, Vaughan said.
About 105,000 of the pupils
who enter the public schools this
fall will enter high school,
The R84.WO0 pTttilte school
the schools will not open until enrolment will be out of a possi-
the first two weeks or October,! |)lp Bchooi population of 758.198,
State Superintendent John, )hfc| be, the number of children
Vaughan said today. i , . ..
This peace time army will be between fix and 11 years old,
officered by 19,565 teachers. the last school census shows.
will not begin ax long as The
Danger Line is firm and healthy
So many women look on pyorrhea a« a 'Ircad
threat lurking in the years ahead to steal their
beauty —to fill their systems with poison — to
rob them of their teeth.
. On the contrary, pyorrhea is preventable. It
rannot start if you safeguard The Danger Line,
the sensitive margin of tissue where the gums
join the teeth.
To protect this vital line, brusn your teeth
twice daily with Squibb'* Dental Cream — the
nntarid dentifrice. Squibb’s definitely recog.
lazes the cause of gum troubles and tooth-decay
and affords the best means of prevention. It con-
tains 50% Squibb’s Milk of Magnesia. Enough
to neutralize irritating acids and to keep The
Danger Line soothed and healthy.
Begin the use of Squibb’s Dental Cream toda^.
Get an extra-large tube at your druggists.
Squibb’* is economical. It lasts longer.
Corner Stone of High
School Laid At Altus
Mrs. M. A. Pasley, of El Reno,
ALTER, Okla., Sept. 2.—(LP) -] was visiting her daughter, Mrs.
School, city and Masonic officials 11 John Barnhill, Monday when aim
of Altus took part in an elaborate tell and broke her left arm. Mrs.
program recently marking the makes her home with Dr.
. . and Mrs. Lawton.
laying ot the cornerstone m 0 -pjie Joseph Orphanage, In
new high school building under iu»thany, was pleased with the
the process of construction here, j proceeds of the picnic, given by
A number of articles, designat-1 tjie catholic Altar Society of
ed as "mementos of the presen; Yukon.
age” were placed in a strong box r. an(j Mrs. Russell Asbill, of
and enclosed within the corner A(ja s,)on, Labor Day with Mrs.
stone. Speeches were delivered *>>' Asbill’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
a number of city and Masonic of-i(}eo paaB
The new building is to cost
$130,000, the money being fur-
nished by a bond issue election.
B. 1- Squibb
Last Time Tonight
“THE BIG POND”
Tomorrow & Thursday
JACK HOLT in
Last Time Tonight
“WAY OUT WEST”
Tomorrow & Thursday
Any Seat Anytime 10c
Tomorrow & Thursday
bodges, dubs and other or-
ganizations, are expecting large
crowds to attend the Yukon Fair,
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hnnskn.
1320 Deleware Place, Tulsa, spent
the week-end with Mrs. Hanska’s,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Leslie Jeffery has been 111 for
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pazoureck, of
Norman, spent Labor Day with
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kintz.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wlnton
and Ray Cox, returned Monday
evening from a brief visit in Yale,
LOCAL BRIEFS |
Misses Thelma and Matilda
Hoffman, who have been guests
for a few days of Mrs. Katherine
Grandjean, 115 North Hoff avenue,
departed Monday for their home
in Springfield, Mo.
Paul Hanson, 911 South Rock
Island avenue, spent Sunday In
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Ad-
ams, Mrs. Margaret Adams and
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Hall and
sons, Gene and Chauncey, Jr.,
spent Sunday at Enid.
has freed innumerable women
from the bonds of ....
DO IT THE
Almost every task can be accomplished with very
little effort by means of some one of the numerous
labor saving devices that ELECTRICITY has
brought into being.
Mrs. Mary Moss, 408 North
Rock Island, avenue, resumed her
duties this morning in the office
of the Southwestern Bell Tele-
phone Company following a two
OKLAHOMA GAS°AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
JOHN T. NAYLON gS Cm7E£c£^
Local Manager M ^B 1
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Blair, James R. & Vandivier, Davis O. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 38, No. 282, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 2, 1930, newspaper, September 2, 1930; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919133/m1/2/: accessed September 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.