The Teague Chronicle (Teague, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1933 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CHRONICLE, TEAGUL, TEXAS, JULY 7, 1933.
In Mexia an
JULY CLEARANCE SALE
Thursday, July 6
Friday, July 7
Saturday,. July 8“
FIFTY-TWO YEARS OF
SERVICE IS RECORD OF
POPULAR MEXIA FIRM
i McSWANE’S FLOWER A NT) DELEGATES TO" BE VOTED
Not 52 years old, says Mr.
Phillip^ .but “52 years young.”
What keeps us so young, well. I
v/^Il tell you, we don’t tet° our
store get Clogged up with old
out-of-date merchandise. New
^goodH for store’s patrons each
season is the policy of this/ firm.
In January and July of each
year this popular dry goods store
hold their Clearance Sale. July
Clearance Sale is now going on.
In these sales this firm marks
all merchandise so low that the
people am gtad to buy it,—and-
ean h season the people of this
trade territory look forward to
Karner-Phillips • Clearance Sales,
knowing that they will have the
opportunity to make selections
from one of the best stocks of
-dry goods between Dallas and
Houston, at way under regular
Kamer-Phjllips invite you to
.come to their July Clearance
Sale now in full swing, and join
the crowds of , thrifty shoppers
that will profit in this big sel-
When in Mdxia be sure to vis-1
it the McSwane Flower £ Gift
Shoppe where your wants in j
gifts may be satisfied.
.. This shoppe
ple.te line of car.ds for aJJ oc-1
ON IN AUGUST STATE
WET OR DRY ELECTION
M: | ■ -■
PERKINS AUTO WORKS.
The Perkins Auto Works in
Mexia wpwtializes in all kinds
of work for your car from the
frame to “the gas thnk, featuring
a complete body service, uphol-
stering seat covers, tops, and
glass for all cars.
Mr. Perkins' invites you to get
his estimate on your work be-
fore going elsewhere. He stands
behind all jobs which he turns
out. This is your guarantee
-You must be pleased. Give him.
MEXIA .MARIiLE AND GRAN-
The Mexia Marble and Gran-
ite Co. specializes in monumen-
tal works of every description,
using the best of materials. They
take this opportunity of thank-
ing their many friends and pa-
trons for all past business—and
assuring you your business, is
W'ORTHAM MOTOR LINES.
I, Clifford . Wortham, owner
and operator of Wortham Motor
Freight Lines, take this opportu-
nity to express- my appreciation
for courtesy and business given
my lines in the past 12. years.
Yours for better 1933;
McSWANE FLOWER SHOP
I’hone 607 Member F. T. D.
345 E. Commerce MEXIA
Perkins Auto Works
TOPS. BODY WORK, PAINTING
GLASS FOR ALL CARS
Delegates and Alternates repre-
carries a com-! scnt‘nK those against repeal :
__for aJJ oc- 1—White, /Texarkana; W.
casions, wedding, congratulation, i ^ ^ide, Mt. Pleasant,
birth and sympathy cards, - etc. ; S. Groner, Marshall; Ira
They also -carry a complete! Marshall. . *
line of all floiwers in sedSon. ! ^ John C. Box, Jacksonville;
Your business is hlways high- K- W. Denman, Lufkin,
ly appreciated. i 4~T- N- Whitehurst, Beaumont
George W. Carroll, Sr., Beau-
J. C. PilNNEY CO. 5—W. L Dean, Huntsville; A.
J. C. Penney’s store in Mexia! Collins, Livingston.
wishes to. announce that they are,__ft—Rev A. J.^Harris, Palestine;
now buying from the markets Jj. jv Falk, Rusk.-- V
while prices are low in order to j 7_c' D Calhoun> T'yler. j. r.
give you better merchandise for i Hotton> Pittsburg.
y.,ur money when prices go up g_w H p Anderson, Paris;
in the fall. Here you are al-fciaude McCorkle', Sulphur
ways assured of satisfaction and j gprj„gS>
value, ._ ---------- 9—Thomas* S. Clice, Sherman;
Make this b.g Store your i H w stark, Gainesville/
headquarters when in Mex.a, | 10_Tom v. Perkin8j McKinney,
H. G. Garrett, Greenville.
11— Sam P. Cochran, Dallas;
Mrs. Ejila Caruthers Porter, Dal-
12— E. A. Rice, Cleburne; Rev.
Alvin W. Indell, Hillsboro.
13— Nat Harris, Waco; W. L.
14— W. H. Cherry,^ Gitidings; J.
R. Woodson, CaldwelL ^
15— J. W. Cook, Yoakum; C. Li
16S-A. D.. Foremahj Hbuston;
Mrs. J. W. Fincher, Houston.
17—C. H. Wadeli, Rosenberg;
J. M, Munson,. Angletan.
J8—J. E. Montgomery, Tyron;
Mrs. L. B Wiseman, Floresville.
19— W. G. -Barbar, San Marcos
Tom Gambrell, Lockhart.
20— W. A._Keeling, Austin;
Mrs. Jane Y. McCallutn, Austin.
21— Dr. J. C. Hardy, Belton;
E. A. Chandler, Stephenvilla
22— W. F. Nelson, Mineral
Wells; W. L. Ward, Decatur
23r—B-, D. Sartin, Wichita
Falls; Jy C. Smith; Vernon. —
24— J. D. Sandifer, Abilene; J.
W. Hunt, Abilene.
25— Thomas Y. Taylor, Brown-
wood; Mrs. W. C. Jones, Brady.
26— M. A. Childers, San Anto-
nio; 'Dr. W. W. Jackson, San
27— Harry Faulk, Brownsville;
F. M. Stubbs, Robstown.
28— W. E. Williams, Fort
Worth; C. D. Hall, Fort Worth.
29— J. E. Quaid, El Paso;
0. A. Mills, El Paso.
30— G. R. Bean, Lubbock;
Clyde E. Thomas, Big Springs.
31— J. L. McCarty, Dalhart;
Porter Underwood, AmariTto.
Delegates and Alternates rep-
resenting those for repeail:
1— J, A. Ward, Mount Pleas-
ant; W. A. McCartney St , Tex^
2— 'Tom E. Foster, Kilgore;
John Gray, Henderson.
3— E. M. Moseley, Rusk; Guy
4— E. B. Pickett, Liberty; A.
C. McFarlane, Orange.
5— L. A. Barnes, Huntsville;
A. G. Bray, Lovelady.
20— Mrs. J. M. Loving, Austin^
A. S. Burleson, Austin.
21— F. L. Denison, Temple;
Ralph Bailey, Gatesville.
22— Gus Pickett, Decatur; Jno.
23— Harvey Harris, Wichita
Falls; J. A. Stephens, Benjamin.
24— Milburn McCarty, Eastland
Richard McCarty, Albany,.
25— .-J. K. Baker, Coleman; E.
A. Riley, Fredericksburg.
26— John Boyle, San Antonio;
Dick O. Terrell, San Antonio.
27— Roy Miller, Corpus Christi;
Mrs. R. F. Martin, Crystal City.
28— W.- B. Davis, Fort Worth;
C. E. Walker, Grapevine.
29— A. H. Culwell, El Paso; L.
W. Burell, Medina.
30— E. H. Robertson, Lubbock;
C. P. Rogers, Big Spring. *
31— E. A. Simpson, Amarillo;
Mrs. Jose Fay, Amarillo.
YOUNG MAN. HERE IS
• The Nehi Bottling Co. in Me-
xia has been serving this terri-
tory sjnce 1927 with all kinds
of fruit flavors. Also chocolate
and true fruit orange. Their
chocolate drink is made of Bor-
den milk and Hershey_ chocolate
with pasteurized sugar and wat-
er added. Their true fruit or-
ange is mpde from real orange
juice with sugar and a small
amount of carbonated water.
All sugar used in these bot-
tled drinks is pure cane sugar.
And all water is double filtered-
The management invites you to
inspect their modern plant at
Penny’s Big Blanket Event
$2.50 Blankets at Depression Prices,
bought early for this event... new ship-
ment will cost more.
The South’s most staple money
crop, King Cotton, seems to be
rrmring-bagk into its own after
about three years of depressed
prices caused by over-production.
Tire price of cotton has gained
about one hundred percent in the
past fouf months. Many predict
that we will receive from ten to
twelve cents per pound for our
1133 crop.. The market quotation
as this is written is nine and
seven-eights cent per pound.
If the above predictions are
true, which is based cm 4he mar-
ket activities of the past few
months, then it would seem to us
that the young man who has the
desire to engage in the vocation
of cotton classing and, grading
should seize quickly the oppor-
tunity to qualify for one of the
many places which are bound to
be open this fall for cotton class-
Ours is the oldest Cotton Class-
ing School in the Southwest. We
have successfully trained more
voting "men YBr this profession
than' any other school outside of
the A. £ M. Colleges. (It is too
late now to get a course in Cot-
ton Classing at the A. £ M. for
this- coming crop.)
We will, for the next sixty
days, offer an intensive course lft
grading, sampling, classing and
stapling at the very tow price of
sixty-eight dollars. We furnish
alU necessary samples and other
laboratory material. It will re-
quire about, four “'Weeks of in-
tensive work to complex the
course. We are taking reserva-
tions in the order made. If you
are interested in taking up this
work, ple^e communicate with us
at once. If you cannot enter
school, immediately, send us ten
dollars for your reservation and
Tyler Commercial College and
School of Business Adminis-
Cotton Classing Department
Address ..................... .........
7— Alvin C. Flynt, Mineola;
Nat Gentry, Sr., Tyler.
8— Paul Nunn, Sulphur Spring;
W. Jv Pollard, Paris.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY 9-R. T. Lipscomb, Bonham;
10— B. M. McMahon, Green-
ville; Leon Rosenberg, Greenville.
11— Maury Hughes, Dallas;
John L. Lancaster, Dallas.
12— E. T. Underwood, Itasca;
O. O. Chrisman, Cleburne.
13— ^-A. V, McDonnell, Waco;
Tom Bartlett, Marlin; ~~~
.14—D. £5v2&iilinSts> Brenham;
W. M. milSrd, Caldwell.
15— John L. Sulak, La Grange;
L. A: Mafchemehl, Bellville. -
16— John H. Kirby, Houston;
Lewis Fisher, Houston.
17— R. H. Hancock, El Campo;
Henry Dew, Mission City.
18— A. C. Hartman, Cuero; R.
R. Smith, Jourdonton.
19— E. B. Coopwood, Lockhart;
W. T. Dunning, Gonzales.
4-lb. Blanket with 4-inch Sateen Binding
" 5» . —------- —,
J. C Penny Co.
BI-STONE’S BIGGEST DEPARTMENT STORE
People talk when they have
6—Adam Cone, Palestine; John nothing else to do, which may
explain why you hear so much
gab during these days of Unenv
TEXAS UTILITIES CO.
The Texas Utilities Co. wishes
to take this opportunity of
thanking you for your past bus-
iness and shall continue to merit
your gbod will and patronage.
The saving for you in the cost
of electrical service has been
made possible bv great econo-
mies in generation and trans-
missfon,' and by its increasing
use for commercial and house-
hold uses. Electricity is your
greatest bargain. - ~
MUNGER COTTON t>tL CO.
Ttnr~ Munger Cotton Oil Co.
34 yeafs ' one . of this territory’s
leading establishments, special-
izing in the best ef gin work
ai.d the highest quality of pro-
ducts, wishes to take this meth-
od of thanking their many
friends and .patrons for their
They are always eager to
serve you and appreciate your
KENDRICK & HORN DRUG
The Kendrick £ Horn Drug
Co. in Mexia, owned and oper-
ated bv W. B. Kendrick and Val
Horn, carries a complete stock
in all departments. No drug
store in any city may be found
with a more complete atock
this „ Their
Their fountain is the
be found in any section,
business is always ap
and it is a great plei
have you call at any tim^
The Jenkins Floral Co|
Mexia is equipped to serve!
with any kind of funerel
signs, wedding bouquet*
flowers for all occasio
pot plants and shrubs,
one of the oldest and
known floral establishment! |
this territory, and
ways eager to serve you.
them a trial on your
COMMUNITY NATURAL GAS
The Community Natural Gas
Company- since coming to the
Bi-Stone section a few years
ago, has maintained a steadfast
policy of co-operation with every
civic progress in ~ the communi-
ties served. By their policy of
straightforward dealings they
have acquired- a large number of
warm friends and have contin-
uously strengthened their posi-
tion as an active force for the
upbuilding of the communities
and the betterment of living, con-
ditions among the citizenship.—
Benefactors of the public, sub-
stituting natural gas for other
more or less antiquated method's
of providing fuel for the mass-
es, they have at the same time
kept pace with modern progress
with a kindly deposed attitude
and an eagerness to enter into
whatever is best for the people
as a whole.
They fully appreciate the con-
fidence being evidenced in their
MODENA FROCK SHOPPF.
The Modena Frock Shoppe has
been in business in Mexia for
3 years. It is the only exclus-
ive ladies’ readty-to-wear store
in this territory. They handle
costume jewelry, hosiery, milli-
nery and ready-to-wear of all
kinds. This Is the shoppe where
the latest in style can always be
At present they, are having
their removal sale, offering won-
Cpme in and trade "where
Miss Courtesy meets you with
Plans are now being made “for
many special days at the State
Fair, and it will probably again
be officially opened with Press
Day and Key Day, jt has been
announced., Texas D&gfrst Day
has been designated as Satur-
day, Oct 21.
KENDRICK - HORN DRUG CO.
. Visit Us When In
SPARKS R. JENKINS
SHRUBBERY, LANDSCAPING, CUT' FLOWERS |
4 80£ EL Commerce street 1WKXIA Phene IS)
TEXAS UTILITIES CO.
Ice — Light — Heat >
MUNGER COTTON OIL CO.
Golden Rod Cotton Seed Meal and Cakd
— . -
NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY
THE STANDARD BY WHICH OTHERS ARE
Kitchen Forecast: COOLER
Cooking with a Modern Gas Range
*Th^re s a cool wave sweeping into
a lot of kitchens around Teague and
Mexia thanks to modern gas ranges.
Rock wool insulation on up-to-date
gas ranges holds heat inside the
oven-walls and keeps your kitchen
Doesn’t your kitchen deserve mod-
ernizing? See the modem K*8
ranges on display at your gas ap-
pliance dealers or your gfes company-
LONE STA T>
Enquired the Tl
| The acquisition
j, j5 the culmij
[for the plant!
.„twi to mainl
Peath. head ofl
ffment of Coc|
Win this plan
tnderson will |
t years in
, in Mexia.
| Little Texas,
It is cool,
j and located |
All of the
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Stringer, William J. The Teague Chronicle (Teague, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1933, newspaper, July 7, 1933; Teague, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1140992/m1/4/?q=%22ROSENBERG%22~1: accessed October 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Fairfield Library.