The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1934 Page: 4 of 4
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OOOD AND ^onmical too ITruiferi Mid. Dttrtif In . r u ,
TEXAS GIRL p«.t f«* Day. burton b. Hackney
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Firit State Bank Bnildlnf
Practice in All Courts
, Dr. W. H. Dunn
Surgury and Obstetrics
Mrs. W. H. Dunn
Superintendent of Nursing
RUS8ELL E. REI8ING
Of the 269,325,000 pounds of
carbon black produced in the
United States in 1933, Texas
contributed 214,855,000 pounds
or 80 per cent of the nation’s
total. The Panhandle gas area
accounted for 190,356’000 ponnds
and the Breckenridge area 24,
, Value of the Texas product at
the plant was $6,000,000, and it
contributed heavily to the Texas
export figures with 121,128,000
pounds going through Tex&s
ports to overseas customers.
Rubber companies took 90 per
oealof the product and ink and
paiai took most of the remaind-
5-1120 interest, in Sec. 2, &
SEH of Sec. 8, block A25.
B. D. Buckley to F. G. Lanbien, I
dated Oct 12, 1934, conveying
1 20 interest in SH &NM of SEJi oeagraveS,
of 8ec 160, block G. I -5=B=5=a=5ass=!a5S!Hs
veying Ya interest in NWH of A11 „nrarnmOBtoi # „ -i
in^hf NW°Cl1 G’ 33 T s m9a8ures regardless of” olHics
block H ®°rner ot ®ec- 54« or backing, must fall within two I
block H, con tain In* 200 acrea; di.t|nct clarifications. 1
Ya interest in SE^ of 8ec 9, On« ^ ,
bloc|‘ 1 lotBre»t ln s“ 55, farmer’s problems by legUlatlre
Sec 5, bl , NE^ edict-b, KWI„g the conduct of
SWK of Sec ja; , T* lnto ‘•“"•-cratlc
P. B Lykes et y.r, to J D. Lents started whereby hi. own
Jones, dated Oct. 18, 1934. con abilities, efforts and aggressive
D _ ,, difficulties.
p ' D ,Buc;klley to P. J. The gecond kind of farin relje,
e erson, a e Nov. 16, 1934, has been much the more success
iuk And the rea8°“ is t^tit
Ho SEK of Sec. 160, block re8t8 upon a 80und basis- upon
The telephone service this company
furnishes you could not be as uni-
formly good, as quietly accurate, as
far-reaching and inexpensive, if the
nation-wide organization of the Bell
System did not stand behind it.
There is American Telephone and
Telegraph Co., the parent organi-
zation, furnishing technical and
business guidance to the 24 oper-
* t *
There is Bell Laboratories, the re-
search organization, constantly
seeking better and more economical
methods and equipment.
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There is Western Electric, the sup-
ply unit, buying and manufacturing
at a cost in most cases below what
would be paid in competitive markets.
6ach of these units stands behind
the men and women who give you
your local telephone service. Each
is dedicated to the fundamental
and enduring Bell System policy of
giving good telephone service, at a
fair coot to the user.
Back of this policy lies our belief
f kat in an undertaking such as ours,
planned for thelong run, what isbest
for the telephone user becomes in
the end the course that will bring us
the sounder, more enduring success.
E W. Brownrigg to N. B
Bunin, dated Nov. 19, 1934, con
▼eying all interest in 40 acres
out of 8W corner of 198^ acre
tract out of NE corner of block
1, League 302.
Henry Kemp to M. A. Gass,
dated Nov. 16, 1934, conveying
10 1120 interest in Sec 2, WH <fc
8E^ of Sec. 3, block A25.
B. D. Buckley to Henry Kemp,
dated Sept. 6, 1934, conveying
25 1120 interest in Sec. 2; VJH
and SEK of Sec. 3, block A25
C. O. Davis to A. E. Staten
dated Aug. 17. 1984, conveying
™ "iMtTttp nth'jv* Jhlordc. G
"A broken leg Is bad enough,” he
added, "and I am mighty sorry that he
will be confined to the bouse for a
while, f am leaving my mother, Mrs.
Grover Orlnhnm. and my daughter.
Sara, and I will pick them up on my
return from Washington. Both of
them are nurses, and they Insist on
staying as the accident was the fault
of our car. Mrs. Smith, the house-
keeper, tells me there Is plenty of
So If happened that the next morn-
ing when Jack Reid opened bored eyes,
It was to see no white-capped nurse
but a charming vision of loveliness In
a pink linen frock.
“Granny does not get up until ten
o’clock.” she explained as she deftly
set a breakfast tray before him, "and
so I am the first nurse. She will be
happy to come In later—you will adore
Jack grinned and almost forgot te
eat the delectable breakfast, ft was
such a comfort to look at the pretty
thing, so gay and so competent—so ut-
terly adorable I In another week ho
had forgotten all altout fickle Bessie—
In a month he was engaged to marry
the fact that self reliance is the
greatest essential of progress.
It would be possible, carrying
the first kind of farm relief to the
extreme, for government bu
reaus to take over the operation
of every farm in the land, mak
ing the original owners hired
hands at good salaries. The
farmer then would not have to
worry about taxes and poor
prices and chaotic markets any
longer—but he would have ceas
ed to exist as a free agent
Eor many vears under various
goyeminent measures excellent
work has been done in forward
ing the development and growth
»f farmer owned and controlled
Getting Ready For
WBAT’LL I GET? HOW MUCH? WHERE’LL I SET IT?
COTHES <SL SON
_ SOLVES EVERY GIFT rROBLEM I
u Whatt0 Gjve’' and the other queries of
oatrnnAanfdthWhe/e pro<Lur»b|e” *re solved daily by the1
8fcorm 00006 in’,ook *round a bit and
aw^and economical?j6^.00 ’ probl*“* **
C. Cothes Son
The Rexall Store Seminole. Texae
cooperative organizations-a work
that has produced more genuine
ly worth while results than all
the other farm relief schemes
ever tried. The farmer who
joins « co op feels, and rightly,
that he and his fellows are work
ing toward their own salvation,
and that the future is up to them.
That is the spirit the country
needs in every branch of human
Auntralla has decided that Austra-
lian militia forces organised aa Scot*'
tiah unit* way wear kilts.
South Africa la producing for mar-
ket the tangelo," a cross between a
tangerine and a grapefruit
•ao keep Its new coins at home New
Zeuluud has ruled that they shall not
be legal outside the country.
Moore’s Cash Grocery
Phons or write your sewing
machine troubles to the Singer
representative of this territory—
John R. Bizzeli, Lamesa, Texas.
2nd Door North First National
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Stone, Harry N. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1934, newspaper, November 29, 1934; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth518739/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.