The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1923 Page: 1 of 6
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THE PLANO STAR-COURIER
VOli. X 1,1 V. \<>. 1L’.
I'LANO. COLLIN COl'NTY, TEXAS, TIH'LV l>
Subscription $1.00 IVr Year
Aunt Jemima Hour Kxeells I'm
1 Mt rposcs.
all Baking f,
Trv a sack—It’siiood. : - j«
A complete line of Aunt Jamima ( Jiieken
Straw Berries for 1'reserving
eeei\'ed to- p
PLANO GROCERY CO. !;i
Call 90 oi 98
Day Brings Changes Hands
Many to Plano
TO WYAT . -ST
■rial \ aliic Day, flu- main bar
iillt'i eil b> t In* local nici chanls
I he fifty dollars in cash prizes
by tli" Chamber of Commerce
-In largo a crowd to Plano Iasi
day In fact, ii has been a Jong
since so large a crowd was in
' The sidewalks in the business
i Hi 1
tor Co., of
composed oi c
.1. 1 >. Smith.
Cooper !■:. W
\ i> i
•re jammed by moving lui I all|bs a b
l'-vei > body rubbed shoulders,
utd had an enjoyable lime. The mer
liants all report a good la,v- Imsiness i1 ,'11' **
Thousands of tickets were given I ibunes
"ay for the drawing At 5 o'clock jl,‘i,l"'l
u* drawing look place from an auto ‘tn nthers in-ed
lobihi truck in ihe business district | cilh’-etts ol | I:u
•I. V\. Shepard, G. I. Wilcox
I Ill'll l till Sl in SS
III law ot Jv A
a residem ol
s Wyatt and
d here. Tlier
'imi h h
irge of five drawing. The ticket
re collected from the busines
tses and placed in a large sack. A I
le girl was blindfolded
Ihe sack .she would pull out a tick- ]
the number being announced b>
icier Vance. Muntooth’s Variety
• le gave avvaw a big doll. Mrs i
ni Shepard, who lives west ol Plane i
I the lucky number and received
doll. Kd Odum, who lives near the
non county line received the $25; |
Hutton, Plano, pulled in the $10
Mr. Wyatt expects to i
ily to i’lnao and will act
tlie Ford liiisim in 11
I Wynli has been piemine
business, fraternal and
Reaching | m ,l)all!,'s- ll’ 1
1 tallas I ’resby i eriau eh u
member ol i lie Ma onir h
lias been contlec led w ill)
con National llank
lore i lie World V'.
diced his discharge
i lie coni Met.
The Potts--Jasper M
in I lie K
Vera Powell, Plano, was lucky ! *',sO
11 dished in .lui
t the $5; while each of (lie fol
received $2.50 cash prize each:
nhhi's'in, Frank Stewart , U. A,
and A. P. Cheek. They reside
country. Will Washington, col
I tils. Wyati-SmLU .\L
successors, will cany i
iu'inc.iples in comluciin:
as inaugurated by Put
Mr Jasper did not si
ored. got the pocket Unite given by I building, but live auibiii
in lown, will coni ieue u
» » m I
Chase 8t Sanborn's
Orange Pekoe Flavor
IT you waul 1 Ik* best ten try (’Imst &
W e give you special prices <>11 jellies
Leave your order for Berries with us —
we will have t lie right price.
(Jet some of 1 hat shoi
with your strawberrie
11 ere you wil I find a
t liiug for your picnic lunch.
C. J. HAYDON
W. M. HEDGCOXE, Mgr.
Phones 162 and 189
J. T. Horn.
. I Prof. A. H
71 Mal hamatics
'1 ea ke wo sol I to go
ine of t*ATorv
English, teacher of
Greenville, and Rev. I. I). S. Lee, alsi
of Hi" College were visitors in Plano
Monday. Prof. English in company
| with Rev. G, 13. Carter was a pleasant
visitor at this office.
Miss Mary Stovall of Union City.
Tennessee, is visiting her brother, .1
V. Stovall in this city.
Prof. Tony Cruz, wife and daughtei
visited relatives in Dallas Saturday
night ami Sunday.
The Plano Chamber ol Commerce
Pat'.ii is making satisfactory progress
M Tuesday night’s meeting there
v,i*i'!' more than forty members pres-
The band now lias a metnher-
ol ill" i'Tii'd agom
JL C -I k. \ v kl
Sundaiv, Mav KJ, L Mothers
a meeting of iln* Pastors As-
held Wednesday ii was deed
each pastor sli uH Lavo his n
services in observance ot thi
-ion. This is a departim t'n
custom of the past few yi!•*
this day all congregations
I gel her in a union soi vice.
I Farm Bloc Wants
Sneed in Session
Dies After Nose
Bleeds Many Days
P. o Stone
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.-•liip id fifty, and new ones1 coining in > 13. Williams, ol MeK
all the time. Proi Cruz, who is one | Van Alston" I'ues at
of the most efficient band directors in
iin state has bis band well organized.
Lee J. Rountree
Mrs. Na ia
ed by her
ippropi ial ion hiIb-
Set m Solitary 18 k \\ kite (told and I'iaii-
niini in a now mount mg.
Exceptional Values at
$25.00, $50.00, $75.00, and $100.00
These stones art4 white1 and well spread and
Onyx rings set w iili diamonds it .white gold
mountings in some now designs ior $1 l.Od I >
$20.00. Don’t forgot that i earn a com-
plete lino <d brave I ol watches and mmis
I funeral of their c Ju.sin,
Skipworth, aged Id, win
tit 7 ]i. ni. She is sur’
husband and live child
est an infant ten days clu
The death was an unusual one 1
1 be mother died Ir 11 1 the loss of blood. |
Her nose bled for days before 11.<• j
* a _ , birth of iln baby. Her blood l»i ‘ silt'
1H Austin I regis,-red only 12.
___ 1 She was a (laughter ol the late Barn I
. ...... I—Lee J. I
iWi r,| years old, son of the Old 25 years ago Horn ( "limi, Tr-nn I'"1 |
-ontii with four generations of Texas I mother, one Bister and one
Rood tlowing through his veins, died j her husband and five children
11 his desk cm the floor of the Hall o, -----o----
he House of Representatives Wednes- <* j Haydon of tlcKinney
Li.v afiernoon at 1:50 o’clock. today on business.
H,. was publishc.' of tli»* Bryan Eag- .
Prof. D. W. McKee
hdio *1 *
'( lid wii
', III f'M
t men I.
SUIT IN COUNTY COURT
f Plano fi
1 all a
department of the Star-
- just finished printing and
o Hu Wilcox Telephone Co
ve liundi"(1 new directories
Iirectory contains thirty-six
largest phone directory
n nil 1 for iMano G l. Wll
ieior of tile Wilcox Tele
rcouesls those who have
received a new directory to
, telephone office and gel
W ill Browning of Melissa was in
lano Tuesday afternoon. Hp liad been
1 Wylie. He reported that a cyclone
id struck somewhere near Parker, as
<■ watched the cloud from Wylie. A
iiiy ot the Parker community was
I phoned and ii was learned that
home and barn of L. 11. McCreary
he Mutual «
even the most careful d ivers
are liable to suffer tlve bad
smashes that damage proper-
ty and play havoc with the
other m*n’s ear. A slippery
road, a child stepp'ng fiont
of the machine, someone
ele’s carelessness, these and
other urn xpected dangers
are to blame for many a seri-
Make a MEMO now to T"h -
A Bank Is as
Strong as the Men vstatte^
Money, alone, cannot nmk<* a sound finau-
eiaI nisi ii lit ion.
Steel vaults and modcin appliances do not
insure the complete safety ot your funds.
It s you r eoi 1 l‘id ci ice in t lie I\1 BN I > K*l I I NI)
I'llk 1 NST lrrIT I < >N that impels you to
| mI \ on 1 money I here.
And when a si mug and friendly personnel
is hacked 111> I>\ ample resources to take
care of Ihe Heeds of each worthy customer,
a hanking connection becomes a real asset.
Ifs < u 1 1 h is Basis of < '011 fideiiee that we ill
\de \ our account.
I,,[ l AKMICKS SrATi:
The relnf ions hel ween 1 his bank and iis < ‘us-
1 omers are close and cordial. We esteem it
a compliment to have our friends and pa
Irons lay claim to this institution as being
Their Dank. It is also Yours.
< ‘all in to see
g11 a ra n I ee< I.
< 'ourfeous 1 real men!
Plano National Bank
< ipitul Stock, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $188,323.
How Shall 1 Feed and Care
for My Chickens?
This is no doubt the question that
lias been asked by every one a mini
her of times, and now you can re-
ceive answer to all your questions
without any expense by calling at
our store and asking for a Conkey’s
Poultry Book. These books are given
ABSOLUTELY FREL while they
last. We have only a limited number
of these books and they will be given
to adults only
H. W. Hays & Son
Prompt Tree Delivery Phene 135, Plano, Texas
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Bagwill, Arthur A. The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1923, newspaper, May 3, 1923; Plano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth570298/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.