The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 22, 1937 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
THE SHAMROCK TEXAN
Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday
by The Shamrock Texan Publishing Co.,
fcic., 407 North Main Street.
Percy Bodies________________ _______ Editor
Arval Montgomery ....National Advertising
i. C. Howell______________ Local Advertising
Ted Rogers Mechanical Supt.
Panhandle Press Association
Texas Press Association
National Editorial Association
Entered at the post office nt Shamrock,
Texas, as second-class matter under Act
•f March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate By
Mail, in Wheeler and adjoining counties,
$2.00 per year; elsewhere $3.00. By Carrier
Delivery, 10c per week. It is our desire to
five subscribers prompt and satisfactory
»rvice and we will appreciate your noti-
fying 160 whenever the paper is missed.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Any erroneous reflection upon the char-
acter, standing or reputation of any per-
son, firm or corporation, which may ap-
pear in the columns of this paper will be
gladly corrected upon due notice being
given to the editor personally at the office
at 407 North Main St., Shamrock, Texas.
TEXAS DAILY PRESS LEAGUE,' Inc.
eadquarters Mercantile Bidg., Dallas, Tex.
Courtesy Wheeler Abstract Co.
OIL. GAS AND MINERAL
Filed August 30th, 1937
MD Chester Imes Inc. to First
National Bank and Trust Co. 15-320
tot NE 1-4 Sec 72 Blk 13.
Filed August 31st, 1937
ROL L Defenbaugh to J. C. Pike
E 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec 34 Blk 13.
MD Emma J Collins to Don E
Myers 1-640 int W 1-2 NE 1-4 Sec
49 Blk 24.
MD Emma J. Collins to Edmund
J. Ewart 1-640 int E 1-2 NE 1-4 Sec
49 Blk 24.
OL Paul Marina to Hal H. Vaug-
han N 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec 108 Blk 23.
Filed September 1st, 1937
MD Bess Dickerson to Robert
Gordon Boyd 1-9600 int S 1-2 Sec
48 Blk 24.
Filed September 2nd, 1937
TOL Corite Oil Co. to H C. Pace
and John C. Ward NW' 1-4 NE 1-4
Sec 72 Blk 13.
TOL R. C. Crabb to Corite Oil Co.
SE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec 72 blk 13.
Filed September 3rd, 1937
ROL Phillips Petroleum Co. to E.
Bearrow SW 1-4 NE 1-4 and W 1-2
SE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec 65 Blk 17.
OL John Cadra to Consolidated
Gas Utilities Corp SW 1-4 Sec 17
OL R. O. Cunningham to C Don
Hughes NE 1-4 SW 1-4 and E 1-2
NW 1-4. and SW 1-f Sec 71 Blk 23.
Filed September 4th, 1937
MD Francesca H. Jackson et al
to Cornelius W. Byl 30-9600 int
5 1-2 Sec 48 Blk 24.
MD Cornelius W. Byl to James
Cornelius Earll. et al 30-9600 int
6 1-2 Sec 48 Blk 24.
TOL Homer Ewton to E. H Gay-
den 1-16 int NW 1-4 Sec 51 Blk 24.
MD Mattie Tilton to Don E. My-
ers 3-80 int SE 1-4 Sec 51 and 3-160
tot E 1-2 NE 1-4 Sec 49 Blk 24.
Filed September 7th, 1937
MD Maurice Freeman to Minnie
B. Stilwell 5-160 int NE 1-4 sec 74
ROL J. E. Vaeth to J. B. Harvey,
et ux SE 1-4 Sec 78 Blk 17.
OL C. W. Wells et ux to Hal H.
Vaughan NE 1-4 Sec 52 Blk 23.
OL Martin Holly et ux to Hal H.
Vaughan SE 1-4 Sec 103 Blk 23.
OL Oscar T. Close, et ux to Hal
H. Vaughan NE 1-4 Sec 79 Blk 23.
Filed September 13th. 1937
TOL W. S. Pendleton, et a! to Eu-
gene Worley E 1-2 W 1-2 and W 1-2
E 1-2 Sec 3 Blk 2, B and B.
Filed September 14th, 1937
TOL B. Archer to Phillips Pet
Co. 158 acres of Sec. 7 Blk 24. lying
S of N.55 ac.
OL Emmitt Lavern Mathews to
E. Archer, 158 acres lying S of N.
55 ac Sec 7 Blk 24.
Filed September 15th, 1937
ROL C. E. Wilson to Walker Kaiil,
et ux 161.5 acres out of N 1-2 Sec
17 Blk A-8.
Filed September loth, 1937
OL Paul Rislan to Consolidated
Gas Utilities Corp N 1-2 SW 1-4
Sec 4 Blk 24.
OL R. O. Cunningham to Con-
solidated Gas Utilities Cor]) N 1-2
SE 1-4 & SW 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec 71
OL Mary Reed to Lone Star Gas
Co W 1-2 NE 1-4 & w 1-2 E 1-2
NW 1-4 Sec 47 Blk 23.
ROL C. E. Wilson to Ola Pillersi
W 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec 16 Blk A-8.
OL Gentry & McQehee to W. S.
Pendleton, et al E 1-2 W 1-2 &
This Curious World
of the: planet
IS USED BV scientist:
TO DENOTE AAAL.E
BG7AA//CAL. AA/E> ZOOLOG/CAL
GPEC/AAEA/S, WHIL-E THE
SVMBOl. OP VENUS IS USED
TO INDICATE FEMALE SPEC/A1ENS.
ARE ONE OF
SINCE ANCIENT TIMES, MARS
HAS BEEN REGARDED AS MASCULINE
AND VENUS AS FEMININE.
COPR. 1937 BV Nt* SERVICE, INC.
IN 104-1, WHEN THE DISSECTED SKELETON
OF A MASTODON WAS UNCOVEIRED, IT
WAS SUGGESTED THAT THE BONES WERE
THOSE OF AN EXTINCT TORTOISE, AND
SHOULD BE RECONSTRUCTED /AS ABOVE.
THE brown house rat is believed to have invaded Europe from
Asia in 1727, by swimming the Volga river. Since then, it has in-
vaded the rest of the world, traveling on man’s ships. In the
United States, they cause an estimated annual loss of $200,000,000,
hot to mention the disease they spread.
How much of the visible side of the moon has been
W 1-2 E 1-2 Sec 3 Blk 2, B & B.
Filed September 16th, 1937
TOL Humble Oil & Ref Co, et al
to Magic Oil & Gas Co Sec 55 Blk
24, exc N 1-2 NE 1-4.
TOL Magic Oil & Gas Co to D.
A. Finkelstein Sec 55 Blk 24 exc
N 1-2 NE 1-4.
Filed September 17th, 1937
ROL J. A. Batson to John Valen-
cik S 1-2 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 Sec 125
TOL Pace & Ward to Teci Pro-
duction Co NW 1-4 Sec 73 & SE 1-4
NE 1-4 Sec 72 Blk 13.
OL John Valencik to Hal H.
Vaughan NE 1-4 Sec 125 Blk 23.
Filed September 18th, 1937
MD Continental Dealers Ins., et
a) to Edward A. Dolph. Tr 3-1280
int Sec 47 Blk 24.
OL H. W. & T. W. Lovell to Lone
Star Gas Co. SI 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec 111
Filed September 20th, 1937
TOL Charles A. Ludey to The
Link Oil Co. NE 1-4 & W 1-2 SE 1-4 j
Sec 67 Blk 17.
ROL F. A. Gilespie & Sons Co., et |
al to W. M. McMurtry, et ux NE 1-4
Sec 67 Blk 17.
CL W. M. McMurtry, et
Gillespie & Sons Co., <
Sec 67 Blk 17.
TOL Northern Texas Utilities Co
CHIPPING perishables by air
k'' may have its advantages but
don’t expect miracles. A New
York ham flown to Hollywood
was found even worse than was
expected, on his arrival.
Science has developed a trac-
tor which plows in high gear.
The same principle is putting
furrows into highway traffic ex-
perts' b rows.
If war, as some claim, unifies a
people’s philosophy, then all
should be Confucian in China.
Even the telephone operator
fipds herself in the thick of the
Mediterranean mystery sub-
marine puzzle with the signing
of the Ny-on Power Piracy
t 0 0
Could it be the Farley flair lor
I names that has the big league
ux to F. baseball magnates recalling men
et al NE 1-4 they farmed out to the minors?
'Copyright. 1H37. NKA Service, lnc.t
to F. A. Gillsepie & Sons Co. NE 1-4 j
SE 1-4 Sec 67 Blk 17. , | lief, believes O. D. Duncan, rural so-
CONT W. M. McMurtry, et ux to | ciologist at Oklahoma A. and M.
F. A. Gillespie & Sons et al SE 1-4 college.
Sec 67 Blk 17.
RATES AND INFORMATION
10c per line first Insertion, 5c
per line foi*subsequent insertions.
Count 6 average words to the line.
FREE FARMERS EXCHANGE
Farmers who are paid-up sub-
scribers 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.
FOR RENT—Modern 6-room, un-
furnished stucco house at 810 N.
Ark. St. Apply 1st door south, ltp
FOR SALE: Snap beans $1.00 per
bushel. 6 miles cast. 1 1-2 miles
north and 1-2 a mile east of Sham-
rock. M. D. Harvey. 116—6-E
FURNISHED APARTMENT —for
rent. Garage furnished If desired.
1418 North Main St. 115—tfp
FOR SALE—Fiesh cane bundles
for 2c each, and new maize heads
for $12 per ton. George Close, Lela.
1 FOR SALE: Or trade, four room
house at Magic City. See Hugh
Kenner at Magnolia Station in
FOR SALE: Apples at my place
2 miles north of Twitty. H. H. Liles
WANTED: Family to gather crop.
W. E. Burke, 2 miles east of Wheel-
er and 1 mile north. 114—6-E
FOR SALE—Corrugated iron and
lumber, good as new, big discount,
any amount. Guy McBurnett or
Lyle Holmes. 113-tfc
FOR SALE—640 acres good land, 2
miles southwest McLean. Two sets
improvements, hay meadow, good
orchard, some sub-irrigated. Bar-
gain. See or write Homer Wilson,
WANTED—School boy to stay on
farm and do odd chores after school
hours for room and board. Write
or see Clifton Williams, Route 3,
WANTED—Ambitious school boy
to do odd chores on farm during
week. See or write Clifton Wil-
liams, Route 3, Shamrock. 112-6E
FOR SALE—Apples at Palmer’s or-
chard. All leading varieties, reas-
onable prices. On Lefors and Alan-
reed road, six miles northwest of
Alanreed. L. L. Palmer, proprietor.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Six-room stuc-
co house. Ideal location for chicken
ranch. J. R. Carver. 109-tfc
spending about $500,000,000 a year
for federal public works, consisting
of flood control, navigation, soil
erosion, reforestation and river and
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MD Ida Frew to Florence Love-
les 4-9600 int S 1-2 Sec 48 Blk 24.
MD Mollie Harvey to J. B. Harvey
1-10 int NW 1-4 Sec 72 Blk 13.
The government’s policy in regard
to relief might be explained to the
country sometime this fall in a ra-
dio "fireside chat,” Mr. Roosevelt
Too much federal money was
being spent for durable goods, such
as concrete and steel for construc-
tion projects, Instead of consumers’
products such as food and clothing,
the president pointed out.
English channel, not even when
Woodrow Wilson, head of a nation
still gripped with the enthusiasm
of war, led the Red Cross parade
over the same paving blocks.
Police Commissioner Lewis Val-
entine. whose business it is to
handle traffic problems growing
out of parades, was a tired, batter-
ed man by sundown.
“This is the greatest, crowd we
ever had to handle," he said.
There were sights to see—on the
ground and in the air. Eighty-seven
army planes, their motors sounding
like thunder down the bay, flew up
Fifth avenue in faultless formation.
Pursuit ships led the way and then
came bombers. After they covered
the parade route they wheeled and
went back to Mitchell field.
music to quicken the steps of the
legionnaires. Almost 1,000 bands
were in the line. Tunes that hadn’t
been heard on the sidewalks of New
York for almost decades rang
through the air. There was “Keep
Your Head Down, Fritzie Boy,”
"Goodbye Broadway, Hello France,”
"K-k-k-k-katy” and "Good Morn-
ing, Mr. Zip-zip-zip.’
There were islands of quiet, how-
ever, for at the head of each divis-
ion were the massed colors, and the
shouting and the tumult stopped
when the stars and stripes went by.
When You Want to
BUY, SELL OR TRADE
M. W. BURCHAM & SON
No matter wheie you were along
Section land, ideal for stock
farm. Good improvements, 150
acres in cultivation, running wa-
ter, balance grass, at a bargain
if sold at once.
J. B. ZEIGLER.
I am now equipped to renovate
and de-moth your piano as well
as tune it.
GLENN A. TRUAX
The administration will continue j the line of march there was band
The average farmer who has some
dairy cattle, some hogs and poultry
rarely wants for food or goes on re-
JOHNSTON RADIO SHOP
East Third Street
Get your radio in shape by per-
sonal practical radio service.
Our Terms Are Cash
Our Prices Are Right j
Wc Buy, Sell and Trade j
C. A. MEANS
Second Hand Store
Johnson’s Beauty Shop
605 North Choctaw St.
Guaranteed oil permanents $1.00
Shampoo set............... 25c
All Work Guaranteed
,..K I *•-
WANTED TO BUY
CLOTHING AND SHOES
SID’S TRADING POST
109 N. Main Phone 367-W
Across Street From Puckett’s
Glenn A. Truax |
Of Baldwin Pianos
—THE HAMILTON §'
Recommended and used by s
Lola B. Brannon, Ima Clay §
Gipson, Mrs. Horace Belew, =
Frieda Hise, and other lead- i “
lng piano Instructors of the j|
Panhandle. The Baldwin Is =j
the favorite of nationally §
Have Your Piano Serviced by E
your Baldwin representative. E
I Glenn A. Truax 1
Official Baldwin Distributor
MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE
On To The Future
By THOMPSON AND COLL
You bet they are. They astonished us
when we got our first look at them.
These New Internationals really set
the pace for new style, beauty, de-
sign, and stamina in trucks. Look
them over in our showroom.
Sullivan Motor Co.
SO.' YOU AMD
JASON ARE LEAVJ
INO 'FOR, NEW
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 22, 1937, newspaper, September 22, 1937; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526055/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.