The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1936 Page: 3 of 8
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We have just this week received a
shipment of New Materials, Silk
Dresses, Hats, Hose and Purses. Just
the thing you will want for that new
Easter Wardrobe. It is not too early
to be planning for that now. Come
in and look these over and make your
Choose Cotton Batiste for
that Dew dress. It’s so
cool and airy. 3'J Inches
wide, and fast |Qp
The practical material for
summer wear. Easily
laundered Regular 69c
value. While it AQf1
lasts. Per Yard —Hull
Crisp, permanent finish of
exceptional beauty. Extra
sheer in all colors. 45
Inches wide JIQa
Soft, Siieer, Drapey, Voiles
are unusually good this
season. 39 indies wide.
H'ast Colors. OQn
Yard ............ _Zdll
An exceptionally good value
in broadcloth. 86 inches
wide, and guaranteed fast
colors. Regular 39c
36 inch excellent quality,
pre shrunk fast colors.
“Yd':49c - 69c
Brilliant Prints. Daintiy
Dotted. 89 inch crisp
swiss in modern color
39 inch all silk crepe in
printed and solid colors.
—69 - 89c
36 inch Pique in smart sport
designs including dots,
stripes and broken checks
See the new shades in ktiee
or full length hose. AH
Just recently received 4hir
ty new silk dresses in all
sizes. A style you will
aSTi»m .t -$4.95
See our new arrivals in
ladies hats. The styles
and shapes will please
Price —98C SI.95
A new shipment of white
purses Also patent,
navy, and (1 Af)
See the newest thing in
white sandals. Also have
them in black patent.
DRY GOODS COMPANY
“Where It Pays To Trade”
Chlorosis of Plants In Texas
(continued from page 1)
iron ia quite successful. A
generous spraying of the leaves,
leaving no spots ut^sprayed, with
a solution af 1 pound of copperas
to 8 or 4 gallons of water will
furnish the leaves with iron and
cause them to take on a green
color. When foliage is tender
this may be too strong. Tender
citrus foliage was injured by a 1
percent solution but a.5 percent
solution was effective and did not
harm the foliage. Only the
leaves touched by the spray will
be restored therefore a good job
must be done. P'oliage appear*
ing after the application may
continue to be chlorotic unle*s
spraying is repeated or the soil
treated or iron is supplied to 'he
plant. Zinc sulphate is also
sometimes used as a spray.
In treating trees, a % inch
hole is bored % to 2 inches deep
into the trunk or limbs and
either iron citrate or iron phos
phate should be inserted in these.
These iron salts in the form of
flaky crystals can be obtained at
any drug store and should be
ground into a powder and insert
ed into the plant They are not
poisonous. Copperas should not
be used in this type of treatment
H'or small trees a single hole will
usually be sufficient. For larger
trees two or more injections
should be made and holes spaced
around the trunk and on the
larger branches at intervals of
at least three inches. When the
hole is tilled with iron citrate or!
That Good Gulf Gasoline
Gulf Pride Motor Oil
"THE WORLD'S BEST”
Tires and Tubes, Accessories, Anti-Freeze
Washing and Greasing.
GOLF SERVICE STATION
EDWIN CALFEE, Manager
phosphate, it should be sealed
over with a protective wax of
some sort. These holes tend to
damage the t.unk and for this
reason, other methods are pre-
ferable where they are effective
Some workers recommend driv
ing ordinary iron finishing nails,
a dozen or so, into the trunks of
trees affected with chlorosi.s
being careful not to injure the
bark unnecessarily, using a nail
set to drive ttie head ot nail be-
yond tiie hark The iron is sup-
plied to the trees by these nails
is more slowly available than the
powdered forms but lias been
The rosette disease of the
pecan is a form of, or related to,
chlorosis and Is being treated
successfully with zinc sulphate.
In the caseof grapes, large grape
growers use iron sulphate for
soil treatment in immense quan-
tities. It is said that one large
Texas grower buys iron sulphate
in carload lots.
The Texas Station lias not
published any work on chlorosis
excepting short notes in the
Annual Reports and in mimeo-
graphs tb it are out of supniv.
The Utah St >tion Circular No 88
discusses chlorosis as do several
California and New York station
publications. Many publications
from the East discuss manganese
chlorosis but this is not thought
to apply to Texas conditions.
DR. J. T. KRUEGER
Sorcery and Consultation
DR. J. T. HUTCHINSON
Eye, Ear, Noee and Throat
DR. M. C. OVERTON
Infants and Children
DR. J. P. LATTIMORE
DR. F. B. MALONE
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
DR. J. H. STILES
DR. H. C. MAXWELL
DR. ARTHUR JENKINS
Infants and Children
DR. O. R. HAND
DR. J. P. MEDELMAN
X-Ray and Laboratory
C. E. HUNT
J. H. FELTON
X-RAV AND RADIUM
8CHOOL OF NURSING
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The Seminole Sentinel
Published every Thursday and davot-
•d to the interests of Gaines County
Harry N. Stone, Editor
Six Months...................... 85
fhroe Months.........-.......... 40
4 l vertlisnff Rates on Application
To All Persons Interested In The
Estate of Albert M. Cunning-
ham And Jim T. Cunningham
Estate of Albert M. Cunningham
and others, minors.
A. L. Duff, Guardian.
No. 86 in the County Court of
Gaines County, Texas.
Notice is hereby given that I, A L
Duff, guardian of the estate of Albert
M. Cunningham and Jim T. Cunning-
ham, minors, have this day filed my
application in the above entitled and
numbered cause for an order of the
County Judge of Gaines County,
Texas, authorizing me as the guardian
of the estate of said wards, to make
oil, gas, and mineral leases upon
such terms as the Court may order
and direct of the following described
real estate, belonging to said wards,
Sections Two and Three, Block
A-Nine, Public School Lands, Oalnes
County, Texas, and Section Twenty-
Two, Block A-Eight. Public School
Lands, Gaines County, Texas.
Said application will be heard by
the County Judge of Gaines County,
Texas at the Court House in the
Town of Seminole, Texas, on the 13th
day of April, A. D. 1936.
A L. Duff,
Guardian of the estate of Albert M.
Cunningham, et al, minors.
high-compression valve-in-head engine
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Hot and Cold Baths Children’s Hair Cut* 25c
North Side Barber Shop
your patronage is solicited
AND WILL BE APPRECIATED
LEONARD NOLLEY, Phop. NORTB SIDE 8QUARB
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And every person will
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The Chevrolet engine is the most economical automobile
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... Its valve-in-head design cuts gasoline consumption
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stream oiling and the greater accessibility of all working
parts result in more dependable operation, over a longer
period of time, with the lowest maintenance costs.
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Stone, Harry N. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1936, newspaper, March 26, 1936; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth518788/m1/3/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.