The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 32, Ed. 1 Monday, June 15, 1936 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
WE SHAMROCK TEXAN
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'Percy Bones Editor
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ASPERMONT — Stonewall count-
tv’s frist court house at old Rainier,
a few miles east of here, a ranch
house for nearly the half century
since It was built, sold at auction by
the sheriff two years ago to O. P.
Leonard of Port Worth, figured In
the courts again recently. Mrs.
Nannie Baldwin and Miss Blanche
Baldwin, former owners, brought an
unsuccessful suit to recover title to
the imposing stone structure.
CLARENDON — Another paved
highway for Donley county Is the
first major objective of the Clar-
endon chamber of commerce. The
proposed highway would link Del
Rle, Texas, and Liberal, Kans., and
open the way for a Canada to Mex-
ico federal highway, according to
J. M. Hill, secretary-manager,
CLAUDE—State highway No. 5
from Claude through Goodnight to
Donley county is about completed,
Including the last or top coat of
asphalt. Work is being pushed rap-
idly between Claude and the Pot-
ter county line. About 250 men
are being employed on both sections
of the work.
CLARENDON—With the endorse-
ment of the Boy Scout movement
BORAH BOLTS THE CONVENTION
T AP SECTION <
Senator William Borah of Idaho who lost his fight at the G.O.P. presi-
dential nominating convention, shown as he boarded a train at Cleve-
land to Washington, as the nominating session began that ended in the
selection of Gov. Alf M. Landon of Kansas. (Associated Press Photo)
At The Texas
Terror stalks a Hollywood studio!
Murder under kleig lights! “The
Preview Murder Mystery," showing
Tuesday only, is a swell mystery if
there ever was one.
The snow is an Intriguing bit of
film fare and exciting from start to
finish. Behind the scenes in Hol-
lywood Is the remarkable setting
for this picture. Practically the en-
tire action of the picture takes place
in a movie studio where actors are
going through their paces while
electricians focus their lights on
them, sound engineers swing their
microphones above them and the
by the Clarendon Lions club and
their viting to sponsor the reor-
ganized organization, scouting acti-
vities In this city are expected to
take on new life.
MEMPHIS — Considerable land-
scape work has been done around
the camp of CCC company No.
1821, located near here.
Comer Drug Store
Lawrence Davis, Mgr.
Good Used ICE BOXES
All sizes—many to choose from,
C. A. MEANS
We Will Buy Your Used
HEREFORD — Hereford high
school has received an exceptionally
good rating for the year, according
to the report of J. D. Wilson, depu-
ty state superintendent.
camermen photograph them going
about their business.
The story has to do with a newly-
found star whose first picture is
just being finished as we come upon
him. He has received notes threat-
ening his life, but friends and fel-
low-workers have laughed them off
as the work of a crank. The pic-
ture is previewed before an audience
that includes the star, director and
other members of the acting com-
pany — and when the lights go up
and friends turn to congratulate the
star, they find him dead—poisoned!
Police and the studio’s tireless
publicity chief go to work in an at-
tempt to run down the killer. Mean-
while, “shooting" of another pro-
duction begins. The first scene calls
for a pistol—loaded with blank
cartridges—to be fired at the lead-
ing lady. The actor pulls the trig-
ger; the gun goes off—and a mir-
ror behing the girl is shattered!
The gun contained real bullets—not
Hysteria grips the studio after
this incident. But it is nothing
compared to the hysteria that fol-
lows when first a studio policeman
and then a prominent director, are
found murdered. We’d like to tell
you the solution of the crime—but
that’s against the rules. Suffice it
to say it’s ingenious and exciting.
A cast including many favorites-
Reginald Denny, Gail Patrick, Fran-
ces Drake, Conway Tearle, Ro<
Roque, George Barbier, Ian :
10 e per line first insertion, 5c
per line for subsequent insertions.
Count 6 average words to the line.
FREE FARMERS EXCHANGE
—Dirt farmers who are paid-up
subscribers may run ads free of
charge to exchange, buy or sell
anything except real estate and
oil and gas leases and royalties.
All ads will be run 6 times.
MEN WANTED to train for posi-
tions in the Refrigeration Air Con-
ditioning field. Write Box 589.
FOR SALE—Good prairie hay free
from Johnson grass, $9 ton. Mrs.
Ella Westmoreland, 4 miles north-
east Twitty. 32-6E
FOR SALE—One month old White
Leghorn roosters 10c ech. Wheeler
County Hatchery. 32-tfc
FOR SALE—Started chickens, all
ages, at close out prices. Wheeler
County Hatchery. 32-tfc
FOR SALE OR TRADE — Good
Frazier saddle; also cheaper saddle.
Dutch Clark, Route 2, Shamrock.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—1930 mod-
el standard Buick sedan, trunk, six
wire wheels, fair tires and motor in
good condition. Priced cheap. V E.
Tarbet, one-half mile north of
Shamrock on west side of high-
way 4. 32-?
FOR SALEr—Half and half cotton
seed, $1 per bu. B. B. Jackson, 4
miles east of Shamrock on high-
way 66. 29-6E
FOR SALE—Good, bright maize In
barn, $15 per ton at Jess Penning-
ton’s, 1 mile west of Lela. Mrs. Ivy
FOR SALE—Maize heads at $8 per
ton. Mrs. W. W. Rankin, 14 mile
south of Dozier. 28-6E
POSTED: No fishing or swimming
allowed on my place 3 miles north-
west of Shamrock. A. H. Finley.
FOR SALE — Purebred Jersey bull
yearling. D. L. Bowers. 27-6E
TWO FURNISHE DROOMS for
rent. 1418 North Main. 25-tfp
FOR RENT—Modern 5-room furn-
ished house. See O. P. Purcell at
The Tux or phone 110. 22-tfc
FOR SALE—Yellow second sheets
8!4xl 1—500 for 50c; 8^x14—500 for
60c. The Shamrock Texan. tfp
and Jack Mulhall—turns in a grand
acting job on “The Preview Mur-
der Mystery.” Robert Florey’s di-
rection and lighting is superb.
• Reverent, Funeral Servioe.
• Lady Attendant.
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Committeewoman -TEXAN WANT ADS GET RESULTS-'-
We Need CREAM, POULTRY, EGGS & HIDES!
Our prices top the market always.
FARMERS PRODUCE CO.
112 N. Wall W. H. McCutchan, Mgr.
MR. FARMER! WE CAN
SAVE YOU MONEY
• GAS • KEROSENE • OIL
Get Our Prices — We Deliver
PANHANDLE REFINING CO. \
(Formerly Shamrock Independent Oil Co.) Phone 23 ■
Mrs. . ,:..pb Hams (above), of Ot-
tawa, Kas., was elected Republican
national committeewoman from
Kansas by the Sunflower state's
delegation at Cleveland. She suc-
ceeds Mrs. R. R. Bittman of Inde-
pendence, Governor Landon's home
town. (Associated Press Photo)
ADDING MACHINE PAPER —
Fresh stock at THE SHAMROCK
PROCUREMENT DIVISION, Public Works
Branch, Washington, D. C., June 9, 1036.
—Sealed bids In duplicate subject to the
conditions of Bulletin No. 51 (revised) of
the Federal Emergency Administration of
Public Works, will be publicly opened in
this office at 10 a. m., June 29, 1936, for
furnishing all labor and materials and
performing all work for seeding and
planting at the U. 8. P. O. at Shamrock,
Texas. Drawings and specifications, not
exceeding one set, may be obtained from
the custodian of the building or at this
office In the discretion of the Assistant
Director of Procurement, Public Works
Branch. W. E. Reynolds, Assistant Di-
rector. June 15-22
SWIM M I NG
EVERY DAY ... EVERY NIGHT
Clear, Pure Water—Wading Pool
Life Guard On Duty All The Time
—Bring Your Party and Come Out Anytime—
Shamrock Municipal Swimming Pool
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1926 Ford Model T____$ 19.00
1927 Chevrolet Coach..$ 30.00
1927 Dodge Sedan____$ 39.00
1928 Chevrolet Coupe_$ 40.00
1927 Buick Coupe____$ 50.00
1929 Chevrolet Coupe..$ 70.00
1929 Ford Coupe _____$ 75.00
1928 Chevrolet Coach_.$ 95.00
1929 Ford Pickup____$100.00
1929 Buick Coupe____$110.90
1929 Chevrolet Sedan. _ $120.00
1930 Buick Sedan ______$135.00
1931 Chevrolet Pickup. .$160,00
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 32, Ed. 1 Monday, June 15, 1936, newspaper, June 15, 1936; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525895/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.