The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929 Page: 3 of 4
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teaching at Wichita Pails, is at
home for the Christmas holidays
Miss Geraldine Kidd was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. M B.
Hogue, last week-end.
Miss Nora Shiver was a Tex-
arkana visitor Sunday -
Mr. and Mrs T,. P. Case of'
vuuiini- her parent.i
Miss Elizabeth Robi
C. Hill. of M^muhis is the
vuest of hi» brulliti', J. J. UlIT,
FOR the last minute gifts--Give Candy
inute Christmas S
are riiatung some attra/tive prices
Cheapest line ol
DETROIT DRUG CO
I be Ny»! Quality
Mrs.Roy DeWitt junl baby ot
Greenville aro visiting Mr. and
Notice cf Share Holders Meeting LUeWitt
Trappers and Buyers!!
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; Bring your Fur§ „
You Always Knowi
• Mrs. Grady Jackson of Deport
is the guest of her mot tier, Mrs.
T. A Ellis
A. B. Carter, who Is working at
Bryan. r* here for a visit during
re holders of The; First
Nations’ Bank of Bagwell are
Bagwell Hardware Co ht*«vh> noUfed that the anmal
Be-gw ell meeting ofshare holders -of^aid
F r BEST PRICES Wid .at their Ba^k-
Mmmmr d®"- N> 1^8®. IjetWCOn the hOUR
of 10 o’clock A. M. and 4 o’Hgtk
P M. for the purpose ofJJ^ming
Your friendship will be appreci^e^’ *t ^ r
sto^e and we alWays strive to pleas" - -*- < »n-ts
and to give a service they **iH appr« *«-r-.
Miss Mary Reed Moore, who
is teaching school at DeKalb, is
s.tending the holidays with home,
folks near Woodland.
John Stiles, who is teaching in
the Ennis schools, is here for the
Mrs. F. M. Terry is spending
the Yuletide season with rela-
tives at Arlington.
There will be a Christmas tree
and a program at each the Bag-
tistand the Christian churches
a. l Russell i
I* • as Prescription for
| Colda, Qrippe Flue, Dengue
- Bilioua Fever and Malaria
f.. t itU'-'M we^sjgj^^T
Want to trade
norsefor a wagoi
ence in hay, if anfcr
Mrs. Gus Nobles and baby of
Df prrt art* spending the holidays
with her father, D. F. Gullion,
F. DeWitt, Detroit
Mrs. Rusfie Pell and Mrs. Will
Philley of Deport were here for
the week end.
Daily Motor Freight Service
Between Texarkana, Clarksville,
Detroit, Paris, Bonham, Htmey
Grove, Sherman and Denison
Dr. and Mrs.. W. C. Carter are
enjoying the Christmas season
with their children at Van At-
J. S. Kerbow
Ignorance Is mind darkness.
Miss Edyth DeWitt, who is
teaching music at Rule, is at
h-ime for the holidays.
Nature overshadows education.
We have a number of names
of our list who subscription has
expired and we are asking you to
pay up as we need the money.
Involuntary I yin* Is hard to care.
AND STORAGE CO
' PARIS PHONE 479
Come t\R^pr Morgan's and
g t Chri-stn ^paper free to wrap
A friend who Is neTcr In need to a
Good oratory Is as pnpifiar as ever—
bat where to It?
Miss Lucille Earnest is visiting
friends at Valliant, Ok., during
the Christmas season.
Poise is Just another way of con-
cealing your feelings.
Mrs. A. E Dollins, who has' Councill, and family,
been directing home' talent plays
for the Southern Art Producing Mr., and Mrs Full Wright of
Co , is spending the holidays at Dallas were here Sunday visit-
home ing relatives and were accom a-
People will prevaricate pretty ex-
lenslvelv -o avoid a row.
Theo Meltor « f Oklahoma City
is visiting his tu her, John Mel-
ton. of Kiomitia.
Methuselah lived to)9 yeara—but doc-
tow were a**arce In his day. i
(will appreciate your trade and we
ive job service that will merit it.
Dr. D. F. Kerbow, who is in-
terne in the Charity Hospital at
New Orleans, is at home for the
Begin • loving rour enemy” by being
polite to hitu.
If at first yon don't succeed, try j
The best pavsmenU in tiie towu
may lead to the jail.
One glimpse of a dental sign may
ease an aching molar. *
If you can't be firm, be stubborn;
but don't keep It up loo long.
A characteristic of bachelors is that
they have oo many neckties.
All things secin easy to lise man
who never tiie* to do. anything.
Most folks welcome almost any kind
of had weather after a hot spell.
Tiie greatest tyranny is to love
where we are not loved again.—Italic. |
In a schedule of probable expenses }
nothing ever seems to cost less tiian
A petition was circulated in
Detroit Monday soliciting funds
for Archie Offett, who lost all his
hou hold effects, clothing, etc.
I ist week when the residence he
occupied—the .John Davidson old
home was destroyed by fire. ,
JL All work gauranteed. factory ex-
perience Standard Price Tuning
» $:>.00. Phni:. >1
ROY O RIE N
Rev. and Mrs. K. M Beard
and children of Dodd City will
he here this week to spend the
ho!days with home folks.
E. L. Anderson of Dallas, who
formerly lived at Fulbright, was
spending a few hours with old
friends here Monday.
Wood For Sale
Mrs. Carl Billufsfor a generrv- ‘ ti kr.1T
Any length, fn ground or de- mess of fresh sausage and r *
livered Do y)bu goo»^ to see it;These good neighbors make _» e
burn Phone 9E6-2.—-jearvie Bail-1 feel that life •» v^orth living aft« -
A pessimist carries a lantern like
Diogenes'; an optimist carries a lamp
Head a book about diseases and
you'll think you have the worst one
Whether yoa get deiicbt oat of
spending your money or not, spend-
ing It determines your character. .
Men keep track of their kin 1/ the
kin become rich and famous; wom-
Little Bob Billie Waterman,
who is staying with his grant^
mother at Cooper, is at home for
the holidays. 1
At Christinas time, as the broad pathway of
the New Year opehq wide before us all, our thoughts
V ''4 ,
go out to each of our friends to wish them well in
all their endeavors.
Among our assets we like to count the only one
tjiat money cannot "buy—your good will.
And so!j)otin the sense of custom only, but
with a genuine appreciation of our pleasant associa-
tions during the past year, we extend to you our
best wishes for Ok! Fashioned Merry Christmas and
a New Year of health, happiness and prosperity,
TrySR. T. .Morgan for your
hrifitmWg Wjits and candies
1 ChfMliamtv has made lor u.’ day a wreath ol Rower, ol the Crown
Miss Polly Lyle and Mrs. Melt
Cavendar, who are working with
the Southern Art Producing Co.,
are at home for the Christmas
From our little More in the Detroit jd ano
iay, Easley & DoHins always greeted their fru
It Christmas Time. Condition* have changed in
Miss Jean Smith, who is teach-
ing public school music in the
Weslaco schools, is spending the
ifcip Rod Good Will are rtill there
the weight of years.
Delbert and Steve Seaff of El
Paso, Mrs. H. H. Aull of Santa
Rosa, N. M., and Little Mias Jes-
sie Margaret Berry of Merkel are
spending the Christmas holidays
with Mrs. Berta Berry elDe-
troit end Mrs. N. J. Scaff at Fat-
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 26, 1929, newspaper, December 26, 1929; Detroit, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1006162/m1/3/?rotate=270: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.