The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1923 Page: 2 of 6
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Plano Star-Courier1 Qars Stop for
1. nlered at Postofflee at Plano, 1 •*x.1 i
i |'ur wur-hip.
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' , ii , ;u rying a large bus
„ H li lii'iiUI iiul ellinil "'tit e
,'|i them place it a' >1,111
h«'iir sUOli w’nrila as "'In so
to you on your -(Mh mini
a token of our love and ap
and cat emit, and pray >bat
many more happy an
. F0r n spoil out
till and then our lack
proprialc words "e could
ud with hearts tilled to
with love and gratitude
T thunk you." 1,,is
stdon will not he quRe »''-
again, " t hank you
l CAUTKU AND KAMIL'
inda.i s hool last
.dp us tin it liighet
special features ol
will In' a u a til belli
ihi' regular eon.
PC! pi eS'l'nl 111 !
unduy. Mill .sou
i• xI Sunday Th
ic morning lioui
, ilu- choir and the regi
i. Preaching at K p. in. M’i
[»iilinuo t»u* serif's <>l i»• *sm
ill, the Hllhjeei being.
of Sin" a vvelconit
I icce i
Sunday school 9: I
Si i moil II a. m.
\ onng 1‘eopleS me
V If, p, m , aeriuo
eeling t!:-If> p. in.
i , sermon lay 11es .1. \\
,.|, i Speeml lmisle by the krn
I! y I' It. IT I.. A V Kit KIT,
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SHILOH CHIN MUSIC
$150,000 Road Aid
T. (). Mm
iw ing sell
iinj- ychool closed Friday, Apiii -i
I' i n- was a,n all das picnic, svitli din-
a r on the ground ml hall games m tie'
,11,1110011. A program was given that
, in. which was the close of a
i nceessful term of school. Oui
,., Misses Maude Hendricks and
Maude Sandorw have tiroven very el
n mill teachers, this being theii set
oml uecessive term taught here.
i h, i hu-i; Creek Presbyterian etiurch
11 this community observed an ah
ony I'mii Sunday Meeting here last
Sunday. There were several pastors
here from different towns and com
who co-operated in malt
instructive and enjoyable
ng state and fedent! I (jay.
and Improvement til I Willie Turner, who got his leg
..way running through broken last Thursday morning by get
mi,., iii,. agreement was reach lung it caught in a cotton plantei
. ,|1( coiiin county ropresenta- | wheel is getting along very well at
a r. ed to duplicate the sum ol | this writing.
mo which tin* slate offered fori Mrs. Kd Saner and children were
mid work and the letter, which M\vlie visitors Saturday and Sunday,
vs, only recognizes officially th»
made in Austin:
T O Murray,
cni reached he
pre.>elllutl\ es w no I llMUlji j,,
mii 1 v for the pur | jUg p .
THE COURT HOUSE
Iiunt County vs. Haines County,
mundary line suit.
Ruby l.ee Martin et al, vs. \\. A
.1. c, Wllliums vs'. Western Hnion
IP legrapli Co., damages.
Chas. E. Hood vs. R. J. Ogle r*t al
.siiii on notes,
* * *
Grand Jurors May Term
llie grand jury for the next term
it conn which will convene Monday,
■la,' 21, will tie chosen from the lot
lowing list of names of prominent men
d our county:
Geo, Jenkins, Celitia.
C. A. Covington, Frisco,
c. W. Harper, Prosper.
T. II. Cunningham, McKinney, it ft
I S. Proctor, Westminister.
J. (). Taylor, Nevada.
John Rroxon, Josephine.
J. L. Fagg, lllue Ridge.
IT G. Italdwin, Plano.
I’’. H. Pope, McKinney.
R. E. Phillips, Farmersville.
W H. Suavely, McKinney, If. f,.
F Kerby, McKinney, R 2,
How Rattan, Anna.
G L. Bishop, 'Plano, R. l,
Joe K. i,argent, McKinney
Deputy Sheriff Perry Watson a.ml
Ilrack Watson Saturday after,
noon raided an alleged poker game
un sting seven white persons, five of
whom paid fines. Two made bond.
1 wo negroes were arrested for al
'• fad drunkenness Saturday by Dep-
diV Constable Jim Sparlin. Both made
Jailer Brack Watson also made one
arrest, a white person, for alleged
Ii unkenm ss Saturday. He made bond
Peace Eut herland’s
I Hi at
I 1 1
I H igl
m a hump
. i> to advise you that the State
,a\ Commission at tit*1 regulai
di meeting on April D’.th allot
to Collin county $lf>u.unn Federal
l, ,i (lie purpose ol const met ing
eii miles of an IS-foot eonendi
emmii on State Highway N'u ti
tli,. McKinney District.
Very truly yurs,
J. 1). FAUNTI.EROY,
State Higtiway Engmi" r
Mr and Mrs Johnnie James were
Da I law visitors Sunday evening
Mack Kidd was a Plano visitor Mon-
Curtis Crossman, the Garland Post
Master, was out this way Monday on
business. GREEN BUG KILL CUT
Mr and Mrs Jake Wright of Mur i ONE WHEAT CROP
phy, visited here Monday with kin. --
folk. ( Count#' Farm Agent Roy F. Satin
Mi and Mi Si Bradley visited at | Jens investigated a wheat field oil the
Plano last week
Justice of tli
Officer Harry White arrested two
white girls for alleged vagrancy Sat-
urday night Both pleaded guilty be.
I(ee Justice Sutherland.
Rev. Julius Dickerson of Fort Worth
tilled bis regular appointment hert. at
the Baptist church Saturda;
Our Fifth Sunday meeli
1 n shyterian church was vv
A v cry la
h min i up a y
Ol HA UGH t E R
)! VV id
S ini I ti, lain farmer
joins the Southwest!
• I McKinney. Uilled a hi
a I Ihi: place bet vv ecu
Thursday night. Him
dently, the wolf came 1
mi ll ami v
If Smith :
i‘d last Mim
• om muiiii u
v*d b> all.
ing tlie men
ig at Hi*'
igld ing vv it !i Ii is
I a gun and ran
< backyard. The
a big one vvitli
d was too much
• ■id dog ami rat
led their attack
r ami bei rn vine
I .VTl' h
farm of I P. Crouch recently in the
Kelley school community, whim wa;
found to lie seriously damaged by the
green bug depredation. The wheat
I was so badly damaged that County
| Farm Agent Saunders advised them to
j navi it plowed up and planted in other
i crops Most of the green bugs had
j disappeared from the field. Mr. Saun
1 h r. slates that onl# a few isolated
wheat fields ae to be found in the
.-minty which show signs of green hug
, njury lik. this Crouch field. Mr.
S.iundeis states that the season and
top is too far advanced to he ser
• msl# damaged this year trom the
\s a rule, Mr. Saunders asserts,
that (lie small grain crop In Htis
country is iti a promising condition at
flit and the outlook is excellent
good wheat, oat, rye and bailey
to he harvested this suftner.
You Must Have
'OUNTV school board is jo
MEET IN MCKINNEY
I A meeting of the County School
lay. Willi) Hon I'd IS called for the lirst Monday
A heavy I M Muv. the 7th. by County Superin-
ng intm - undent J. W. Moseley. There are five
ill games ! members of Hie school hoard of » ollin
. crowd j fount\ At the recent election held
ii g e\m . over the county, three of this mini
! her whose terms had expired were
company j .>b'cted and passed on by the count#
ml a lady Midge and commissioners’ court. They
Worth .ire: Jack Sportsman, trustee at large;
o. |„ Cantrell of Valdasta. District
■ ry si.T ; \'o :t. and J I,. Aldridge of Plano,
.potted a I District No. J. The two holdovers are
Messrs Mrrk of Farmersville, and
Charles Bryan of McKinney.
1). C. GEORGE
East Sunday morning at 11 o’clock
.it. family day at the Methodist
iiureli This was Rev. and Mrs Car
m s twentieth wedding anniveisary
here was a large crowd present and
|.* members ol each family occupied
ats together. T. F. Hughston re
ived the remembrance from Rev
11ft- p)|- being tin' oldest Methodist
Who i ready to build a Home, a Batn, a Cat age, a Sleeping
poich, and paint up the premises. See
I KLL> SCHIMELPFENIG, Manager
The J. T. ELLIOTT LUMBER CO.
The old reliable place to supply your needs in the building
materials. Agent* for Sherwin Williams Paint; McAlester
and Domino Coal.
ii roll was p
J D Co
Keep two or three lure*
in service and wear
(hem alternately. It’s
a real economy.
Never hang up a coat
except on a nanger.
The wishbone type it
best. It keeps a coat
in the same shape as
Get the whisk-broom
habit. Brush daily
those parts of the coat
facing your linen collars and
your cuffs. It will save on your
For keeping winter clothing
during ine summer use dust-
pruof clothes bags.
hardest wearing test of
all for your clothes.
It’s then that real
the fine materials, the
skillful designing, the
extra amount of tailor-
ing, which is put into
Hudson Davis Co.
Evlis of Constipation
•a. Htiglrstoti re-
ibrance for hav-
v-one years and
vwn was remom-
fnr li.iv ing the
1'erhaps the most serious of the dis-
eases caused by constipation is tip-
pt ndicltis. If you would avoid this
dangerous disease, keep your bowels
regular. For this purpose Chamber-
lain’s Tablets are excellent, easy io
take and mild and gentle in effect.
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP.
ETC.. REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
CONGRESS AUGUST 24, 1912.
Of The Plano Star-Courier, publish-
ed weekly at Plano, Texas for April,
Stale of Texas, County of Collin, ss.
Before me, a notary Public in and
for the State and county aforesaid, pet
sonally appeared Arthur A. Bagwill,
who, having been duly sworn accord-
ing to law, deposes and says that he is
the publisher of the Plano Star-Cour-
ier and that tlie following is, to the
best of his knowledge and belief, a
true statement of the ownership, man-
agement, etc., of the aforesaid publi-
cation for the date shown in the above
caption, required by the Act of August
24. 1912, embodied in section 443,
Postal Laws and Regulations, printed
on the reverse of this form, to wit;
1 That tin* names and addresses ot
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
Publisher, Arthur A, Bagwill; Edi
tor, Arthur A. Bagwill; Managing Ed
itot Arthur A. Bagwill; Business Man
ager, Arthur A. Bagwill.
2. That the owners are: Arthur A.
Bagwill, Plano, Texas.
2. That tht- known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other holders* owning
1 per cent or more of total amount ot
bonds, mortgages, or other securities
are: The O. Davis Estate.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the owners
stockholders, and security holders, of
an#', contain not only the list of stock-
holders and security holders as they
appear upon the books of the company
hut also, in case where the stockhold
er i t security holder appears upon the
hooks of the comany as trustee or in
any other fiduciary relation, the name
cf the person or corporation for whom
such trustee is acting, is given; also
that the said two paragraphs contain
statements- embracing affiant’s full
knowledge and belief as to the circum-
stances and conditions under which
stockholders and security holders who
dv not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and
securities in a capacity other than that
• f a bona fide owner: and this has no
if a son to believe that any other per-
son, association has an# interest, di
I'fct or indirect in the said stock,
bonds, or other securities than as so
stated hv him.
ARTHUR A BAGWILL.
Sworn to anil subscribed before me
H i- 2nd dav ot May. 4923.
W D. McFARLIN.
in and for Collin County, Texas
\| > .................. NOV 1 1924
Mrs. J. F. Howell and little son
Frank, will leave today for IMne Bluff
and Rison, Ark., and (Memphis, Ten-
nessee where they will visit relatives
Have some calling cards printed for
the little daughter.
Mrs. Robt. W. \ ines had as her
guests Sunday her sister, Mrs. L. S.
Ivove, of Jacksonville, Texas, and her
cousin. Miss Minnie Pearl Collins, of
Dallas. Miss Collins is a student of
the Dallas Academy of Speech rind
We print calling cards.
HOOD REALTY CO.
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
DR. C. F. NEUVILLE
EVE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT
Will be at Plano, at Dr. Ellis’ office Second Wednesday of
'he laxative effect of Chamberlain’s
Nets is so mild and gentle that you
i hardly realiZr thin ii has been pro-
red by a medicine
OFFICE PHONE 6fc.
RESIDENCE PHONE 84.
CITY BARBER SHOP
for first class service.
Prices 20 and 35 cents.
Baths 35 cents.
Will appreciate a share of your
H. M. BRANNON.
J. F. HARRINGTON
PLANO, T IXAtt.
J. D. COTTRELL
Licensed in the Supreme Court of U S.
Special attention to Bankruptcy utqg
S. B. WYATT, M. D:
Physician and Siayeea
Residence pbone U1
j Baths for Rheumatism and Neuralgia;
Electric Magnetic and Vapor Bathe
Battle Creek System
G. E. CARPENTER
Office m Beaty Building.
DR. C. J. HICKS
Office Phone 19. Residence 8
Office Over Mayes’ Restsruent
Merritt’s Barber Shop
Best Equipment and Workmen
Everything up-to-date. a share of
your patronage will he appreciated.
Prices 20 and 35 cents.
Baths 35 Cents.
A. L. MERRITTrfProp.
DR W. D. ELLIS
Office over Allen Brothers P rag
OFFICE PHONE 31 RES PHONE SI
THE DALLAS TIMES HERALD
I am agent tor The Dallas Times
j Herald Delivered to any part of the
city 1 would appreciate your sub
1 scrip lion.—ROBERT CRAWFORD
i ne nace to get your car* wa9h
ed is at Plano Garage. Will call
for and deliver cars.
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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/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.