The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 45, No. 281, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 27, 1937 Page: 5 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, JANtTARY 27, 1987
EL RENO (OKLA.) DAILY TRIBUNE
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egards as objectionable, or that
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lee at 12 noon to appear In the
venlng edition. Sunday Ads ac-
I. epted until 2 p. m. Saturday.
' Ih the event error Is made In the
‘ dvertlse merit Immediate notice
dust be given as the Tribune Is
eaponstble tor only one Incorrect
WANT All RATES
one 2 or 3 4-5 or 6
Time Times Times
Virginia Dove School of the Dance.
Modern dance. Children routines.
The swing is to Mutual Insurance.
Central pays 25 percent to policy
holders. V. 8. Paris. Telephone
Just as good as new are the shoes
that leave our repair department.
Reliable Shoe Shop.
Panicle's Beauty Shop—120 West
Wade; 982-M; HAS oU perma-
nent. $1; 82.75 oil complete, 8150.
Toe. tap. aerobatic, adagio, ball-
room dancing. Adults or chil-
dren. Coletta Finn. Telephone 986
We special!* In radio, vacuum
cleaner and washing machine re-
pairing. Emmons Electric Com-
pany. Telephone 178
Kodaks adjusted, lens cleaned. New
verlchrome film, any state. De-
veloped and two prints each. All
for 75c. Limited time only. Bow-
Local and long distance moving:
storage; crating; reasonable
prices; El Reno Transfer Sc St or
age. Phone 106.
tip to 9
0 to 15
91 1 IJ7
6 to 20
1 to 28
f'6 to 30
l to 35
I 6 to 46
L,1 to 46
Oak flooring laid and finished;
old floors reflnished: free esti-
mate. J. L. Patman. 34 or 665.
Nationally advertised plumhing sup-
plies. furnaces; plumbing re-
pairs: Weeeh Plumbing Co., 106
8oeth Bickford. Phone 22.
We repair locks, guns, bicycles.
phonographs; make kevs; file
saws. Prltcos Sc Son. 312 South
Apartment For Rent
28. Houses For Rent
321 Houses For Rent
32 Farms, Lands for Sale
Three room furnished. Private Six room house, bulll-ins. soft wu-
bath. Adults. 309 East Wade. ter. Double garage. 788-J.
Apartment in brick building. Adults six room modern house. 611 North
only. 200 North Barker. Evaus. Telephone 1750-W.
Three room lunushed apartment.
412 North Rock Island. Tele-
Three room furnished
510 South Choctaw.
Sleeping rooms. Close In. 221
North Rock Island. Phone 941-R
Lovely bedroom adjoining bath.
Garage. 602 South Hadden.
Nicely furnished sleeping room.
connecting bath. 309 South Bar-
House* For Rent
Modern six room dwelling, garage.
Good location. 825 per month.
Conservative Investment. Telephone
Good, five room house, nicely lo-
cated. Pour room house in Fair
Ad'tition. Other good reutals. C.
G. Wattson Company. Telephone
Five room furnished house. 719
South Ellison Telephone 458.
Five room, modem. Call Liberty
Confectioner-,, south of pottoffice
Six room, nicely furnished. 1211
West Wade. Telephone 925-W.
921 South Barker; 1008 Sunset.
Our loan company requires orlg-
----mat fire Insurance policy. We
8bc room, nicely furnished, modem, furnish duplicate tor vour eenven-
pollshed floors. Garage. Prefer jence Thanks. G. W. Timberlake
man and wife. 1001 Sunsrt. Tele- Real Estate and insurance Agency.
Nicelv furnished, ioui room, mod-
ern. Good location. Telephone
Five room, modern. Basement.
Garage 818 South Barker 733
15-acre tract Close to El Reno.
Clear. Will take five room,
modem house In on trade W. C
Grove. 320 South Choctaw
Look and Learn
Modern house. 420 South Choc-
Nice five room, modem house. 820.
Call Dr Dever
New two room nicely furnished
house. Beth. Telephone 1458
Five room, nicely furnished, mod-
em. hardwood floors. Telephone
New four room House. 1301 West
Watts. Phone 873-J.
1. What are the six most useful I
metals to mankind? | OKMUI.OEE. Jan 27 — 0I.PJ -
tion. Possession in thirty days, erage bricklayer plane In on* day? ci( ornfv w c Alley to make
Has 4.000 school loan 5%. Priced 4. What bird was worshiped by L rtudy of the procedur(, of ln.
*7.500 for quick sale. R. A. Bruce the ancient Egyptians? stitutloiv opera ling such nlans.
Agency. Telephone 30. 5. Which slate ranks first in the | A C0.0ppratlv, hospital I* op-
.wuwwwu-in-nrirrvuvswswwen — production of wheat? |erated at Elk City. Recently the
Houses r or Sale 38 Answers .health insurance plan was initln-
swiwmwiiwannr-v - nnx-n'u'ujv l. Gold, silver, iron. copper, tin ted in Gklahoma City with lend-
Good .six room home. South Bar- and lead. j |u, hospitals taking part
kcr. oak floors, fireplace and gar- 2. Nathaniel Greene 1 RUyior university hospital at
3 1.000. Dallas, Tex., also has adopted the
4. The sacred ibis. plan whereby an individual or a.
5. Kansas. j family pays a nominal sum montli-
- iy for hospitalization in the event
Mrs. Ted Hodgxlnson is ill nt he needs It
age. Basement not finished. Priced
right for quick sale. Also nice
20 acres, no improvements on
gravel road. Price $1,600 Many
other good buys. R. A. Bruce
Agency. Telephone 30
her home. 918 West Woodson street.
We paid fiU discount last year on
ail stock. Compare Ihis with
oilier safe investments. El Reno
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion. Telephone 343
* ots For Sale
to El Reno.
Ricker. El Reno Abstract
Perry Moore Is suffering
an attack of influenza at
home. 904 West Woodson
Dattv Tribune eiaxsinra an* gel
Hick results Phone 1*
Mrs. J. Y. Taylor and Mrs J N
Roberson were Oklahoma City visi-
FATS $59 FLOWERS
liams. Melbourne coal merchant,
created a sensation at a dance
here by eating $50 wortli of spe-
cial flowers. He declared that
Dowers are good eating, and looked
well and plump despite his strange
HOW IT BEGAN
Loving Thl Ground One Walks On
No Want Ad Accepted for Leak
n 9 words.
EL RENO TRIBUNE
WANT AD INDEX
1. Cards of Thanks
2 riorists Ar Nurseries
t 3. Funeral Directors
4. Professional Notices
5. Money to Loan
6. Lost. Found. Strayed
8 Business Service
9. Wanted to Buy
10. Let's Trade
11. Used Cars for Sale
12 Automobile Service
13. Tires. Parts. Supplies
14. Male Help Wanted
15. Female Help Wanted
., 1*. Salesmen Wanted
j; 17. Male or F»male Wanted
18. Situations Wanted
19. Situations Wanted iCol)
20 Coal and I'ael
21. Good TMbgs to Ent
22 Household Goods
23. MtUlaal f*Jruments
24 Mlsce’lanrxais for Sale
25 Pets and f.lvestock
28 Poultry, Red. Supplies
27 Plants. Find*. Shrubs
28 ApaitnifF for Rent
29 Roam aaH Board
30 Sleeping Rooms
31. Rooms *n Hotels
32 Houses l or Rent
33 Mlsoemneous for Rent
34 Wanteo to Rent
35 Business Opportunities
36. Business Property for Sale
37 Farms. Lands for Sale
38. Houses for Sale
39 Lots for Sale
40 Real Estate Wanted
■"unera! Directors 3
Fllson Funeral Hume—Join our
II Burial Association. 201 South
arkcr. Phone 177.
Plumbing fixtures. Our‘prices are
right. Roush Plumbing and Tin
Shop Day and night. Telephone
W«at«l to Ruv
Baled wheat and oat straw. Waldo
Alfnlfn Milling Company. 700
South Gresham. Telephone 10.
Henry Glass will buy legal caught
furs until February 9 1121 East
Rogers. El Reno. Oklahoma.
Poultry, eggs and cream: lop
prices paid; El Reno Poultry
and Egg Co. (Home Owned).
Used Cars For Sale
THIS PHRASE GREW OUT OF AM OLD BELIEF THAT
A person’s SOUL LINGERED IN the IMPRESSIONS
LEFT BY HIS FEET. A YOUNG GIRL WOULD
DIG UP A LOVED ONE S FOOTPRINTS,
AND PLANT A MARIGOLD—SUP- / y
POSED TO BE FADELESS —j,
IN THE EARTH. THE FLOWERS
BLOOMING WAS SUPPOSED TO
BE HIS RESPONSE TO HER LOVE.
BACK HOME AGAIN
By Ed Dodd |
SpecLl — 1931 Lafialie 4-door. 8
wheel sedan, large trunk, only
18.867 miles, tires good for 20.-
000 miles. Car In excellent condi-
tion throughout. Priced at only
$300 for cash and no trade in.
20r! discount. Make this vour
family car. good for years. Dul-
inage Motor Company. 116 North
Rock Lsland. Telephone 135.
Chevrolet 1929 sedan By o»
904 West Woodson 862-W
General repairing — Cylinder la-
boring; special piston pin hone;
Dillingham's Garage. 204 South
Choctaw. Phone 146.
25c—Radio batteries recharged. 28c;
atarter. generator repair: Sheck-
ler Batterv 8ervlce. 110 East
Oencral auto repairing—body work:
all guaranteed: free estimates;
, Ritter Oarage. Wade and Blck-
AJELL, EP THAT DOKJ'T
3eat tu* dutch-ol;
_AMKY DAVIS RALLIN. .....-
'ROUKiD WITH THE / WIWO
ThItEb£tmTm \ lii^W^LHADt
OUTA TH' GAL HE
ANCIENT PERSIANS, BEING PORE
ARYANS, SPOKE OF THEIR MOTH-
ERLAND AS "A1RTANA-VAE JO
CTHE ARYAN HOME). STRABO, l,T
CENTURY BiC. GEOGRAPHER, AP-
PLIED THE NAME “ARIANA” TO
THAT COUNTRY, AND FROM
THIS WE GOT THE NAME "IRAN,
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Dynamite Goes Down!
ford. Phone 606.
Rav Cunningham — Dependable ,
batten- and auto electric sen-ice; |
Chamnlin Service Station; phone
662 Wade-Rock Island.
Battery charging 29c. Service ex-
tra. Good rentals. Scott and
Jackson. Conoco Hea dqua rters,
Wade nt Choctaw
Outh Weldlne Work*—Motor blocks.
engine heads: radiators cleaned.
8heet metal work 118 Weal Wade.
Armature rewinding: generators.
starters, electric moto- repairing.
Jack Bntterv-Elertrlr 219 South
Choctaw. Telephone 904
Household Goods 22
*rofessional Notice* 4
Bert F Carder Chiropractor,
106'. South ltock Islnnd. Office
elephone 101 Residence tele-
phone 1018. El Reno.
Ionov to Loan 5
H A Loans nt 5", interest; IT
service charge. Investors Bund-
ling and Loan. Mr Oadberry
1% loons for repairs, remodeling.
pn'ntlng; $200 payable 16 39
nonthlv. T J Stewart Lumber
4oney—Salary loons; no endorsers;
no security; 10 minute sendee
Industrial Finance Company. (Over
|Lost. Found. Strayed 8
Pound—Three sets of keys. Henry Mtision I Instrument*
Schafer Oil Company »
Trade vour used washing machine
for our new Fault leas Us*d
while leather occasional chair and
table Bargain Cox Furniture
JOE JINKS featuring DYNAMITE DUNN
TAKE IT IN
"ROUND THREE - DEACON HAS St- * * ?0
HIS ATTACK, FOLKS-HE KEEPS -OUT-
ING DYNAMITE'S RIBS- ON THE LL- 1
S'DE - EVERY BLOW TELLS ITS STORY
ON THE CHAMPION'S FACE-'
■ THAT ELMAIRE- HE HAS
DEESCOVA'.RED MY PAL'S WEAK1
SPOT* OH MY POOR DEAR BAL,
-HOW HE SUFFAlRES.* THE
BAST I CAN PRAY FOR. EES ]
ONE QUEEK KNOCKOUT**
"ANOTHER SMASHING BLOW TO
DUNN'S RIBS - AN0 ANOTHER-
DYNAMITi |« SOIMff DOWN!!'
"•HALF THE CROWD SEEMS STu, . eD
-THE OTHER HALF IS UP ON ITS LESS
CHEERING ITS HEAD OFF-- THi
MF1BEE TAKES up TWi COUNT
A Had Break
By Harry F. O’Neil!
,-VOPe. 'VMCCM1R TVtAvit, bE.ND't.
wi n-1 ent On, THiib SK1vjCjC»L-IN6
TIN its 1=, All At-MLRlCANI
large oak wardrobe with beveled
nlale mirror In door. $10. Good
need rhewt of drawer? Booth Fur-
niture Company. Telephone 429
We have five good used radio*.
Bare«in nrlres. Oklahoma Tire
and Supply company. Telephone
Good, small piano. Bargain for
* caah. 309 North Choctaw.
|a permanem for every head. 91 to
85 depending on aolutlan uaed.
I Mrs Warren. 339.
|speclnl—Permanent. $5-1350: 82
permanent. 8150. Youll Ilka
our work Plaza Beauty Shop. 394.
(New style permanent. *150. Leave*
your hair soft and natural.
iNolah's Beauty iOver Empress
I Theatre!. 854.
|Watch clock, typewriter and al-
ine machine repairing; reason-
in','- Stephens and Moore. 318
I Men's soles. 75c and ladies', 6*t.
Heel taps 15c. Shine. Se. Central
| Shoe Shop HO Sunset
| Upholstered piece* mad* like new
Recovered rebuilt, sprint* m*nd-
led Free estimatea. Test's rural-
| lure Shop 330-W
MiHreKaneou* For Sale
1936 Model D tractor, demons'.ra-
tor One long base Chevrolet
truck Farmers Supply Company.
103 North Chortnw. Telephone
Pet* A livestock
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TOON& «E.pv O TVit WAV
TO OOF MiOt- OUT i_
OOD MARlA v»3 e*jpF>os>e.o
TO BE. -KXjXg rocmtR Us CABE.
LA 1-3AORE.; 1
W*E_ SAiVW ' I
CLIMB IN)fhOLV MACrtE.BEL/
MARIA Ctl'M-sOMrt.' T
andget'ican't fool THl%]
«oip*g/ |>CLD vjowwn with]
For sale—Fresh mltk goat*. 85-810-
S1S each. 068 1st Oak.
help sun with
lema. Paimars 1
| Don Ahem and Son—Inaurance at
Its best: boodad abstractors; (Op-
I posite U. S. Boat Offf).
drip'*—rar milling at ladMdu-
laity. Of us a Mtt
Alfalfa hay. *31.09. El Reno de-
livery. Phone a S. Palmer
Robbins hatched Chlx are battar.
IT varied, enstaea hatchta*. Or-
» now. VUona I71T. ■ Reno
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