The Wheeler County Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 4, 1926 Page: 4 of 8
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Thursday, Febmijr 4, ltt<
THE WHEELER COUNTY TEXAN
Shamrock, Wheeler Oily,
The Wheeler County
BONES ft BONES, Publishers.
Published Thursday of Each Week.
Display, per inch................................30c
Beading Notices, per line..............10c
to be able to see each one personally
before the campaign closes.
Mr. Warren pledges himself to
carry out the duties of the office in
full, if the people see fit to elect
him. He is a wide-awake man, who
deserves the careful consideration of
the voters when they go to the polls
Jeff D. Mankins Is
A Candidate for the
Liberty Has Fine
Pictures for Week
Of February 5 to 11
Three Months.............................. $ .50
Three productions of outstanding
merit make up the program of the
Liberty theatre for the Week o
February 5 to 11. Each of these
pictures offer movie fans entertain-
ment of the highest order.
Friday and Saturday the sprightly
«- , i Colleen Moore appears in “Sally.”
Utrice Ot City iviarstial tilt: vivacious Sally, of musical
- ! comedy fame, Colleen plays the
In the Texan’s announcement greatest part in her screen career.
column this week will be found the The s Avey girl poses as a Russian
Subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic Primary July 24, 1926.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector:
J. P. WILLIAMS
'W. E. (BILL) TAYLOR
For County and District Clerk:
J. M. GRIFFIN
R. H. FORRESTER
name of Jeff D. Mankins as a candi-
date for the office of City Marshal
of Shamrock, subject to the city
election in April
Mr. Mankins is a peace officer of
many years’ experience. Much of his
life has been spent in enforcing the
laws of the state and county and
he has served in practically every
capacity from deputy sheriff to state
ranger. However, he has never be-
fore asked for an elective office.
countess, meets the high society folk
as one of them and finally finds the
great love. Mis3 Moore is supported
in this, her greatest picture, by a
notable cast, Including Leon Errol,
the famous comedian.
"The Top of the World,” adapted
from Ethel M. Dell’s greatest fic-
tion success, is the attraction for
Monday and Tuesday nights. This
production presents a complex love
problem in darkest Africa, which
We can put new life in old batter-
ies. D-C-D Filling Station. 38tfc.
FOR RENT—3 furnished rooms
with bath. Phone 194. ltc
FOR SALE—Grape vine settings
it 15c each. Frank Pavlovsky, ltc
_ FOR RENT—Light housekeeping
Call 160 when you have any news, rooms, everything furnished Mrs.
— W. B. Smith.
Give your Texan renewal or new - —-—-
subscription to the members of the Come in and see the Dempster and
Annual Staff of the high school, ltc Star Sel'-Oiling Windmills, at Ben-
san-Hamilton Hardware and Fumi- residence; time payments will not b«
The Iowa Cream Separators, sold Company. 40-ltc so liberal. J. E. MORGAN. 87-tfe.
by Benson-Hamilton Hardware and
Furniture Company, are never ex-
celled. Let us show them to you.
WANTED—Your Maize, Com and
Kaffir Corn at highest market prices.
Lewis Grain Company. 40-tfc,
Come to the Lochridge Filling
Station for Texaco Gasoline and
Motor Oils. Others talk service;
we give it. 40-tfc.
He is one of Shamrock’s pioneer nature s,,iveB with terrifying results.
For those who like a red-blooded
Far County Treasurer—
MRS. M. L. GUNTER
MRS. L. D. MILLER
Fbr Tax Assessor—
FOr City Marshal—
JEFF D. MANKINS
W. K. McLEMORE
W. K. McLemore Seeks
Election To Office Of
Shamrock City Marshal
W. K. McLemore announces this
week through the enlumns of the
Texan his candidacy for the office
of City Marshal of Shamrock, sub-
ject to the will of the voters in
the municipal election next April.
Mr. Ity-Lemon- seek* this office
on the basis of his being able to
efficiently perform the duties that
would be required of him. should he
be elected. * Hr has had ample ex-
perience a* an officer of the |H-*ce
citizens, having lived in this county
twenty-four years, and numbers
among his acquaintances and friends
practically the entire poulation o'f
the city and county. His inviolable
integrity and courage in law en-
forcement are well enough known
to need no comment.
If he is successful in his cam-
paign, he pledges himself to a strict
attention to his duties, whether it
be enforcing the city's laws, stray
stock or the apprehension of a
criminal. He expects to make an
active campaign and will try to
personally present his qualifications
for the office to each voter in the
city before the April election.
(ilenn Brickey of Wellington spent
the week end with friends here.
C. Q. Sewell moved here froir
Texola thia week and has accepted
a place as deputy on the force of
Sheriff Riley Price of this county.
Misses Melba Anderson and Winnie
Fain of Wellington were visitors in
this city last Friday
Miss Allrynr Pittman of Stephen-
vlllr has accepted the position at thr
poslofflre left vacant by the resigna-
tion of Mrs E. P. Tipp*. formerly
Miss Modena Rmsrn
story, crowded with melodramatic
uction, this picture will fill the bill.
The cast includes Anna Q. Nilsson
and James Kirkwood.
A Paramount Production, “Con-
traband,” is dated for Wednesday
and Thursday nights. Lois Wilson,
Nonh Beery and Raymond Hatton
are in the cast.
The opening episode of a new Putin-
serial will be shown Friday night
and Saturday matinee. The title of
this serial is "The Green Archer" and
it is said that it surpasses anything
Pathe has ever attempted in the
Trade with Piggly-Wiggly and
spend the difference. 40-tfc
DR. J. H. CROFT
Will Make His Next Trip to Shamrock
Monday, February 15th
Office at B. & W. Drug store. For treatment of defected vision
where possible to correct the fault with glasses. He will be in
Wheeler on February 16th—office at City Drug Store.
Dr. Croft will be in Shamrock every two weeks
See the new Springfield cut-undpr
farm trucks at the Benson-Hamiltop
Hardwure and Furniture Co. befrfre
you buy a wagon. 17-tfe
FOR SALE—New Perfection 4-
burner oil cook stove with stationary
oven. Mrs. Rea Blossom. 89-2t-pd
WANTED—Your Maize. Com and
Kaffir Com at highest market prices.
Lewis Grain Company. 40-tfc.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks tn all the neighbor* and
friends for their kindness, comfort
and help during the illness and death
of our husband and father. Alex
Bergman Those who helped in the
sick room, or sent help, or flower*
or offered word* of romfort. or
prayer for us, we commend to our
Heavenly Father for reward
Mr*. Cora Bergman,
• iord-rn Bergman.
WANTED Local Representative to
write "old line" life and accident
insurance. Modem contracts, liberal
eommirslon*. Write at once for In-
formation. Box 81, Wellington,
We have one of the best equipped
and moat up-to-date electric machine
shops In town. That is why our
battery and tire service !■ better.
D-C-D Filling Station. 18-tfc.
Spectacle* that Satiafy
V. R. JONES
ON AND AFTER
we will do business on a
Mrs. C. K Myers of Amarillo, en
ia various rapacities, serving at the j mute to to* Angeles, C alif. stopper)
present time a* night wntrhmnn forjoff here the fore part of ftic week
Trad, with Plggly-Wlggty and
spend Che difference. 40-tfc
the merchant* of Shamrock
He slates that if the voters see j IJmr'son
fit to place him tn office he expert*
to devote himself entirely to hi*
or a *i*tt with her brother. R
Mrs, PL l*. Rnefcneh era* railed to
dunes os marsh*' and will not hold i AmJ|rt,|0 l)w, „ trlrin,m
a deputyship from the county Hr, ,,
promises a faithful allrnlton to alii
Got a flat? Pharur IW
rack San a* Station.
FOR SALE rtfEAP Lata
snl side See t) 1. Ib>wwra
WANTED A man with
i In put
combined garage am* [
A good hwatine
ta'ifig that her brother. BIB llu
•*, ana to undetgo a serious opera j Mueftaaillh sh»r
tna'lrrs coinin'* irtirr *he pir-.d--tioh
of the marshal
Mr -Ic I^more ha* resided tn e,l
near dhammrk since 1911 amt la, ___
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nod reported her brother rscoverttig will be tracing «w*u Mr*. Hdie i
nicety Tayto. Rjhovb. Texas It pd |
fable ir his relalbmehip unit others, j
but indexible ta bis performance of
Owing to bis usatV a* night watch-
man, H anil he urronxetUenl tor Mr
Me tamo** to Merxiew as many of
the cetera a* he xmuhl like but he
aab* of these hw fail* tn see a fait
raaoideratin* of ho do mm to the
•ffive he seeks,
Will Wftrrera Enter*
Race For Office Of
County Tax A
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Fill Your Coal Bin
With Our Famous
‘NIGGER HEAD” COAL
Now While h U A Tellable
CICERO SMITH LUMBER CO.
Wednesday, Feb. 10th, 1926
Week of February 5th to 11th
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At my form 14 mile* weet end 2 mile* booth from Shamrock, end 6 mOoe
emit and 2 mile* booth from McLean. Hoeing quit farming will bed my
entire farming outfit at public auction on chore date.
Hpao Nmfinj Marws. b fwM* •**-
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FOR SALE—As I have decided t»
make a move, I am offering for aalb
my entire holding* in Shamrock,
consisting of my Ice Plant, Coal and
Feed Business, Filling Statio%
Wholesale Oil Station, five or six
Residences, including my home. If
you are in the market for a home,
see me and I will make you a price
not to be equalled by anybody. Thia
price, of course, will mean cash on
UONtlAY AN® tVIWOAY—
SALE TO BEGIN AT 10*30 A. M.
"THE TOP OF THE WORLD”
fra* tbw swra* b» ROM* B Dm *Wb A am* R
Term of Sale £h» J*
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J. W. Pearce, Owner
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The Wheeler County Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 4, 1926, newspaper, February 4, 1926; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth519268/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.