The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 67, Ed. 1 Monday, May 17, 1943 Page: 5 of 6
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Vrcmdar, 7uay 27,
Want Ad Information
Honored • j
—The junior ’■
it a formal W*
ern hotel at ,
STILLWATER, May 17 — iSpe-
lali—Since a large part of the
npounded water In Oklahoma al-
pady la overstocked with fish,
•any state anglers and others are
sklng about the necessity of hav-
•g a protected spawning season,
"(plains C. K. Sanborn, entomolo-
ist at Oklahoma A. and M col-
flsh with new food. The more vig-
orous young fish, of course, escape
and grow up to make prospective
m'emhefs of a "string" which the
fisherman might take.
Unlesa the spawning seoaon Is
closed to fishermen, Sanborn says,
the fish In overstocked waters
reach a point which Is untenable
because they can’t eat each other
conveniently and If no young flsl|
come a Ion*, things Just come to a
Romance Found In
mance of Tulsa’s development and
the folklore of Its tremendous
wealth from oil exerts a fascina-
tion that la out of all proportion
to the ctly’s size—although Its
financial power la considerable.
Common Dog Tick
STILLWATER. May 17-OI.RV-
Dr. D. E. Howell, medical entomol-
ogist at Oklahoma A. and M. col-
lege, warns that the common dog
tick sometimes is a carrier of the
Rocky Mountain spotted fever,
which has been fatal to man.
Persons who become 111 from 3
to 14 days after a tick bite, gays
Howell, should see their doctor
Want riders to Douglas plant day-
fihlft, also 12:30 to 7:30 a. m.
Call 1875, evenings.
It The Tribune reserves the right
11 to edit or reject any Want-Ad
i f copy that it regards as objectlon-
M able or that may cause loss to
f the reader, or loos of confidence
In reputable advertising,
i There are three ways to place a
1 want ad. (1) Come to the counter
: at The Tribune office. An Ad-
taker will be on duty to help you
prepare your copy. (3) Phone It
ind place your ad over the tele*
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may charge their ads and hare
I five days after expiration to pay
and receive discount. (3) Out-of-
t Town readers write Ad as wanted
In paper and mall to The E3 Reno
Tribune, El Reno. Oklahoma. (Cash
with order on all out-of-town ada.)
All Want Ade must be In the of-
• flee at 12 noon to appear In the
evening edition. Sunday Ads ac-
cepted until 2 p. m. Saturday.
No Want Ad accepted for leas
, than 9 words.
NORMAN. May 17 — (Special!—
A Creek Indian schoolboy's curios-
ity In seeking more knowledge of
early tribal history was the under-
lying cause in the writing of
"Tulsa: Prom Creek Town to Oil
Capital,” a new book by Miss
Angie Debo which has been pub-
lished by the University of Okla-
Pounded as a traditional Indian
village by the Lochapnka clan of
the Creek tribe, the first settle-
ment was built around a council
square near a great oak tree which
still stands In the city. That tree
Is now shadowed by modern sky-
scrapers which were built through
the enterprise of the city’s oil
Miss Debo says that the ro-
Insurance — Automobile collision-
upset, property damage: public;
liability; hospitalization; furni-
ture coverage. O. W. Timberlake
Agency, office 107 Bast Hayes,
■DU IN CAR
LOS ANOELBS — (UP) — James
Brown. 48. had the misfortune to
be driving through the city with a
Holstein bull calf In the luggage
compartment of his ear when a
blackout suddenly came on. It war,
the find war manifestation the
Holstein bull calf had even seen
and it began bawling so lustily
that It attracted the attention of
Deputy Sheriff Claude Everle. The
latter decided there could only be
something sinister in a man driv-
ing through a blackout with a
bawling bull calf In the baggage
compartment of his car and book-
ed them both on suspicion
Calumet Rendering company will
remove your dead stock over 900
pounds free. Call collect, BT-53,
Calumet. P. B. Stuber.
the topic of
'as the sub-
LOS ANOELES—<U.R>—Any idea
that only negroes are attracted by
“craps" is entirely wrong. The po-
lice took to jail Mrs. Georgia Coo-
per, 24. and Mrs. Ruth Brown, 27,
two curvaceous blonds, on a charge
of shooting craps, seizing at the
same time a *43 ’•kitty.'* They
pleaded guilty to having been en-
gaged In a “little sociable game,"
and Judge Taplln sentenced them
to 30 days In Jail.
The fact Is, Sanborn says, that
verst or ked waters need a pro-
«cted spawning season more than
ny others because the newly
atehed fish are needed for food
>r their larger relatives.
This is true, he points out, be-
•use « given body of water can
ipport only a given amount of
"owing fish life. If the food sup-
ly gets low. the fish that already
•e established stop growing.
Spawning season provides these
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Slaughter of
Alouquerque. N M., are spending
a two-week vacation with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W W.
Slaughter, 703 West Wade street,
and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Thomas,
northwest of F3 Reno. MV.
Slaughter Is controller at thearniy
air tower at Albuquerque.
Mattresses renovated. Innersprings
felted W layer cotton. Phone
Mrs. O. P.
sr the Top.” 1
played by 1
played by ‘J
1. Hawkins, v
Protect your property with good
insurance. T. P. Upton, agent
American Alliance Insurance com-
pany. 120 South Hoff. Phone 824.
Pred Palmer’s Home Laundry. Fin-
ished work. Also help-your-self
style. 502 West Wade. Phone
Juniors and *
Mrs. John )
Mrs. Ralph '
Irs. Adolph *
•r, Mr. and .
THIS CURIOUS WORLD
The Tribune endeavors to
publish only truthful classified
advertising and will appreciate
having Its attention called to
any advertising not conform-
ing to the highest standards of
Subscribers are warned to be-
ware of Jobs that require cash
payments either for bonds, terri-
torial rights, sample kit or any-
thing of the sort Propositions
of this kind should be carefully
Investigated before any money
whatsoever Is paid.
By J. R. Williams
Out Our Way
Lace curtains made like new. 120
South Hoff. Phone 824.
Insurance—Real Estate. Protect
your property with fire and wind
storm irlturance. We have buyers
for El Reno homes. Thomas Up-
ton, Notary Public, 120 South Hoff,
■ty qf the
Mrs. L. O.
Male Help Wanted 14
Farms, Lands for Sale 37
Railroad carpenters, clerks, me-
chanics, trainmen, experience re-
quired. Also telegraphers, track
laborers, railroad experience un-
necessary. Those now employed
war industry not considered. Ap-
ply to representative Railroad Re-
tirement Board Employment Ser-
vice 10 a. m. Tuesday, May 18 at
Rock Island Office Bldg., El Reno.
t for the
8:30 p. m.
Choice 140-acre all purpose farm.
73 acres Is choice alfalfa land,
good tenant. Improvements, elec-
tricity. one mile east of Cemetery
Priced to sell. Hits land has
never been on the market, and Is
clear of debt. For further details
see R. A. Bruce, Exclusive Agent.
For sale: 80 acres, Improved. 3
miles from El Reno, 16500 00.
Possession now. Jensen. Phone 377.
Female Help Wanted 15
Want highsclicol girl to do gen-
eral housework. Phone 778.
Houses for Sale
Good Things to Eat 21
Seven-room modern house, on west
side. *2.650 00. W. C. Orove, 320
1. Card of Thanks.
3. Florist and Nurseries.
9. Funeral Directors.
4. Professional Notices.
5. Money to Loan.
I-A. Farm Loans.
6. Lost. Pound. Strayed.
8. Luslness Service.
9. Wanted to Buy.
10. Let’s Trade.
11. Used Cars for Sale.
19. Automotive Service.
IE Tires, Farts. Supplies.
i 14. Male Hein Wanted.
I 15. Female Kelp Wanted.
18. Salesman Wanted.
[ 17. Male or Female Wanted
18. Situations Wanted.
19. Sltua’lons Wanted 'Col I.
20. Coal and Fuel.
31. Good Things to Eat.
22. Househo’d Ooods.
23. Musical Instruments.
■ 34. Miscellaneous for Sale.
25. Pets and Livestock.
*6. Poultry. Feed. Supplies.
36-A. Imp. and equipment.
29. Room and Board.
30. Sleeping Rooms.
31. Rooms In Hotels.
32. Houses for Rent.
33. Miscellaneous for Rent.
34. Wanted to Rent.
35. Business Opportunities.
34. Business Property for Sale.
Young lat hens, alive or dressed.
Fresh eggs. M H. Sllne, 917
South Reno. Phone 1398-W.
■ at 8:30
?n by Dr.
te of the
22, • Public Records
Three-piece maple bedroom suite.
(45 00: lady's writing desk. *7.50;
Utllo wardrobes, *200. *3.00, *4.25
and *5 50. We buy used furniture,
stoves and floor coverings. Booth
//2e- Rubber producing
IS NOT A RECENT DlSCOVERV/
IT WAS IDENTIFIED A//AJ0T>*
'r'JZAA'SAGO, BY DR. BIGELOW
NEAR ESCONDIDO, TEXAS,
AND IS A RELATIVE OP
Marriage Licenses •
Robert Lowell Schoitz. 40. and
Marie McCormick. 42. both of
Vern H. Dye, 41, and Komazawa
Dyer. 29. both of El Reno.
Robert E Blggert. 20. and Betty
Jean Hardwick. 18 both of El
John B Watson, 42. and Tress
Harbor. 26. both of Oklahoma
James B Collier, 21, of Fort
Sill, and Lillian B. Pope. 18. of
Matthew Johnson. 51. and Flor-
new ida Love, 38. both of Ardmore.
►s o° Mineral Deed
lure. j m Kennedy to E. C. Loosen.
Part of SW 1-13-8
Alvin Rox Bannister to Mae
Bannister. N N N NW SW 15-12-
We buy. sell and repair all makes
of sewing machines. We rppalr
vacuum cleaners. Lumadue Sew-
ing Machines, 115-B South Risk
WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY
core iwi »t sc a stowt. me
\ class or j
ay school ,,
veiling In 4
rche. The >•
ring rook. L
Mr. and i
Freckles and His Friends
By Merrill Blosser
One used Butane stove We pay
high cash prices for used furni-
ture. Ezell Furniture.
Shall I put thesf
back WHERE I FOUND
THEM? / „ . 'V-
dont waste- YOUR TiME" f I already
carrying OUT ANY OF \ DIO,CHIEF/
THEIR. SUGGESTIONS / V--
Miscellaneous for Sale 24
Ranger motor scooter, automatic
clutch, new spare tire and tube
100 to 120 miles .per gallon H.
Albert Taylor. Phone 243 or 275
Irene C. Junes to Dorothy Ior-
enzen. Lots 7 and 8, Phelps addi-
tion to El Reno.
Charles Elmer and Avery Ban-
nister to Mae Bannister. N N N
: J4W SW 15-tfe.L._____
, Richard C. and Edith Bannister
to Mae Bannister N N N NW SW
Florence Lucille and Jack Sedg-
wick to Mae Bannister N N N
NW SW 15-12-7.
Lanson D Mitchell et a) to
Adda Volght et al. NE SE 9-10-5.
Adda Volght et al to Lanson
Rabbits for sale. O. F. Turney, D. Mitchell et al. NW, S SE 9-
214 North Donald. 1833-W. i 10-5.
Duroc male hog. 8-ft McOormlck-
Deering binder. Oliver horse
gang plow- „ Palmer,; Plxme 13F3
• 943BT Nt« StUVICf. INC, T, M.
For sale: Three milk cows; two
springers. Inquire El Reno May-
tag. 211 South Rock Island.
Far, Far Away
By V. T. Hamlin
For sale: Two Sliorthom bull
calves. Edwin Hurst. Banner.
__f I'M SORRY
\ BUT MOO RE.
WELlA YDO LATTE
GET'EM )...I CAN'T
BACK... / DO THAT
AND j UNTIL
'k-1 READY TO
yT\1 l BACK!
THEYVE JU5T BEEN SHOT
\ BACKWAR05 IN TIME
n \ SOME TWO THOUSAND
:N FOR SICILY...I /
ST J HOPE THEY .. J=
|n f MADE IT f J77
Card of Thanks
G. OSCAR BOOM.
HAG JUST FA5T-
(TI ME- MACHINE)
SENDING HIM OUT
OF THE 20 TH
ON AN ej-A M
E RB AND%
^ YEH...BUT \
JUST WHERE N
AND WHEN IS
The kindness and sympathy of
neighbors and friends in our re-
cent sorrow In the death of our
husband and brother, Grover
Wolfe, will always remain with uq
a precious memory. Our sincere
thanks and gratitude for all thona
comforting acts. Mrs Orover
Wolfe, Rosroe Wolfe. Clyde Wolfe.
BY HARRY GRAYSON
NBA Sports Editor
" With deepest gratitude we extend
/ this word of thanks for the
many kind acts of sympathy, ex-
pressed by thoughtful friends at
< the death of our brother-in-law,
Grover Wolfe. These kindnesses
Y have meant much to us. Clyde
Stansoury, Gene Stansbury.
L> AYMOND DUMONT is so pleased with attendance at the official
** opening of the sundlot season throughout the nation that he now
foresees his National Semi-Pro Baseball Congress’ annual champion-
ship tournament drawing 200,000 spectators in Wichita, Aug. 13-25.
In that event it would pay com- <*>..... ...
peting clubs more than *40,000 in years ago to spur the sale of base-
prize money. First place money ball equipment, rapidly made
is expected to approach $10,000. Kansas conscious of what he had.
The production attracted 110,- Originally seeking to help him-
000 people last summer. The self, Ray Dumont has done—and
prize money amounted to nearly is doing—more for baseball than
$20,000. The winners, the Boeing most people imagine.
Bombers of Wichita, received
$5200. fPHEY'RE calling young Bill
Wichita has nearly doubled in A Cox's army the Phiting Phillies
population with the war boom, following their sweeping that dou-
Admission prices will be nearly ble-header with the Gyrating
20 per cent higher. Giants . . . and 24,934 addicts
corn m> IIY mi "sckvici. k u me u. i n
Florists & Nurseries 2
When Thieves Fall Out
By Fred Harman
Evergreens for home and ceme-
tery planting. Flowering shrubs,
balled and burlappcd. Potted crape
myrtle, roses, perennials, flowers,
bedding plants, Broadleaf and
Chinese elm. Hutchinson Nursery
Company, 2% blocks south El
Reno Sanitarium. Phorie 543.
W/ITH many more service and
” war industry teams, the na-
tional semi-pro tournament can’t
miss having more important name
athletes this summer. Players
like Cecil Travis, formerly with
Washington, and Woody Jensen,
who played in the outfield for
Pittsburgh, participated last Au-
There are to be 300 districts and
48 state tournaments leading to
this year's national, so Wichita la
preparing for the biggest sports
show ever staged in the wide open
---- President Dumont started the
PHONE YOUR WANT AD8 TO 18 I National Semi-Pro Congress 10
Money To Loan
Loans from *5 00 to $50 without
security. $50.00 to 9200.00 on
good security. We pay 5 percent
on savings. Selected Investment
Corporation. Ill Bast Woodson.
f NOVO, SHERIFF-JUST
EXPLAIN HOVJ YOU
AREA0LE TO SELL
#10,000 WORTH .
of NAVAJO rugs/
Lost, Found, Strayed %
YOU CHEAT /
STEAL FOR TOO/
v\ • ''/■■ »>
WANT AD RATES
2 or 3 4-5 or 4
up to 8
10 to 15
15 to 20
31 to 25
34 to SO
31 to 35
84 to 40
.94 | 2.16
41 to 46
Poultry, Feed, Supplies 26
We now have plenty of Servan,
baby chlx grit, Superior Feeds
and poultry remedies. Baby chlx
every Monday and Thursday.
Phone 1717, S3 Reno Hatchery.
Bee us for your baby chicks and
garden seed. We do custom
hatching. Pierce Feed and Hatch-
Nutrena Feeds to fit your needs.
Cory Produce. Ill North Rock
Island. Phone 193.
PHONE YOUR WANT ADS TO 18
Plants, Seeds, Shrubs 27
Tomatoes—Leading varieties, extra
nice stocky plants In flats, $1.00
per hundred. Hutchinson Nursery
Company. 2t4 blocks south of El
Reno Sanitarium. Phone 542. ,
Mung beans, cow peas and field 1
seeds for sale. Kimbell at Farm-
ers Cooperative ain, Yukon, Okla.
Wanted to Rent 34
Wanted to rent: Pumlshed bouse
or apartment, by couple, no
children. Phone 97.
Busi. Property 36
For rent: Service station with
living quarters, acreage, cabins.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 67, Ed. 1 Monday, May 17, 1943, newspaper, May 17, 1943; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc923512/m1/5/: accessed January 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.