The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1923 Page: 4 of 6
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Cottrell Opposed R. R-
Consolidation -d Yeais Aj*o
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Hi,- * llast I-in-• at*
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a i;;igue. ail«l it bus rimsoli
,ai iwire, but notab’* with
and its fv.-i vIre in* beo un
‘bad bill iin.erablr, ami On
,1 and lImir Legislation, b‘»ih
ami National, have gone so far u'
,, ()ar Kailro-id t Oiiitn 1 -**
ui luml marks t' tin* la
. , lias become a fiK
not but wbat
. , men on it bn
‘1 approving* o
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’i, ,o fa I ft* I riled an I technical
tV ,,| III,. Krderal Tribunals, Inn
< illy tb u lbell band* so the
can not iunction.
Ijmii i this slate nl avails, freight
rat* .. and P« ■ " ’ ’ liav«
i eased, and freij In t tea to s teh WJ
. you haven t had
, ,,, iion. (ilia line ami an- no
0 | j,. al freight rates, try
irllug, ot a horse, o
u n|,. , . vv miles ovei the railro ids
,,, h, mov. and oil will K< 1 an a* tual
1 ’ trl<*‘l "
will brai me out quickly.
Some tiling must »-< done and that
quickie to protect Ihe tanners and
shippers, Just what tin remedy is, l
,iin tun lire pa red to say light now >
lull tor Hod’s sake do not Id them
make any additional conso idaiion-
iii,[ make ihelr power any greater.
II i.l these many eousolldallons been
, mi,.,| by ilie Legislature as I tried to
In cone 1 •iM<>n
l h u I also ad* oral •
was a imsober ol i!
nit a limit on i In •
I me 1C,
a law wlo-n
t.egislai UI e,
In v could noI eon
didate, nor luecr-
poiair ior a gnui* i uni than ft gtvt n
amount, i lii- would al t lint lime bell*
, (I the public me, for a ii now is
lim busim - ” im orporat* s. and builds,
up such muniuiouth corporations ihu
h, small man can not rope with them
In iolvoeaiinr, these and similar mean
oi, l v. i •( upon by tl. • mout h
lieff s ol I lie ipecial interests, ail*.'
noidi the liirc.et of 111atiy “ear mirk
rd” iirr.iws, ttnd . urn* of m> friends
iliounhi l bao limn ion stringent wi Ii
ihes, gigantic concerns, but some ot
, here who Were thus misled li.it
otoe lo me many linns ami told mt
that they now see I wti. right. In
lii- conned ion I wish lo commend tin
ue ‘tit la gislalure, the Railroad Com
mission and the Attorn**) General's
il lice for I lie e| lot! tiny 11; i v«. ri •< ten 11 s
itmile in behalf of the people and h >j>.•
ihey will keep np the good work
Very truly yours,
,1. I) (’OTTUKkl..
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Jim Sportsman and Jim Harris, well
known traveling salesmen from Me
Kinney, were business visitots in
Its Uscc Time Aoain
art Good Tires
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•HE 30x31/* “Unco"
is still the fabric
America. If your dealer
trie# to sell you some-
thing else he won t he
surprised if you tell
“U scoY’ are built by
the same people who
make Royal Cords.
This tact count$,
White to buy US.Tires
lit.' KM AM .V GFRAFtD, Prop;
^ A new Spring
V! Suit until you
see mv line.
i'll save you
ON A NEW SUIT
Tailored to your individual measimnnents
,*11111 to \ din* prrsonai taste.
\\V m;i k<* a si)(»eialt v of elennimi' and pi ess
mo So i N < a lied for and deli vered.
“Keen U Neat Tailor” Phone No, '(.
We piint calling cards.
Mrs. Anna Clover, ot R. F. D.
3, Winfield, Katiu., says: “ 1
began to suffer some months
ago witii womanly troubles, and
I was afraid I was going to get
In bed. Each month 1 suffered
with my head, back and sides—a
weak, aching, nervous feeling.
1 began to fry medicines as !
knew 1 was.getting worse, t
did not teem to find the right
remedy until someone told me of
The potillry industry of the Cuero
section U very Active ttl the present
The cantaloupe acreage In the Rio
Graude valley this seuaou tb ebtimatej
at 120U acres
Trainmaster W. (J. DobbliM of the
Waco district of the Kuty, Lias been ap-
pointed superintendent of tha tjuiltU-
Cattle are belug shipped out o!
Walker county lu greater uunihers
than usual, 233 were shipped iu one
The Hays t’ounty Farmers’ Llairy
products t’ompauy began business at
San Marcos last week Trucks make
Wimberly, Driftwood, Uuda and Rraitic
Lea for collection of sweet cream.
Attorney General Keeling has ap-
proved a Jl.OOO.UOU bond issue of Cor
pus Christi aavlgution Improvement
district No. 1. The bonds are payable
serially and bear G'/g Per cent interest.
The Gonzales independent school
district hss a total of 1,377 scholas-
tics, as shown by the report of lJ. U.
Ramsay, who has Just completed the
census. These figures show a de-
crease under last year’s report ol 7‘J
children in the scholastic age.
The expeiwlitures of the city of Port
Arthur for the fiscal year ending
March 31 were $3,023.82 under the
present budget, according to the re-
port of City Clerk Miles. The total
budget for the year was $260,021 au,
while the expenditures amounted to
A special called session of the com-
missioners court of DeWitt county was
held recently in Cuero lor the purpose
of approving new bonds of the county
judge, clerk, sheriff aud four cominis
sioners, as provided by the new law
passed by the recent regular session
of the legislature.
UOY SCOUTS IN
Thp first wi-ij, in April was set
u-iil • a.- cb-an-up week in Plano. Tht
clean up campaign was in the hands ol
the scouts and the) discharged their
work eidicieitt 1 v. The town was ditid
id into four districts, each of the four
■ i tub Well* gheu a district. Tile
prizes were given 1* the Chamber ol
> 'omnverce 1st prize- was $5.00. Sec
im,, $2.50, Third and tourtli $1.25 each
The members ot i Im Stud) Club were
the judges. 'The jml ; *s decided it was
a tie between Hit* 1st patrol and the
thitd The members of the respective
patrols decided to divide ihe money
equally. Then all Patrols agreed to
i in all the money to. ether to buy a
gasoline lantern to use on hikes
Alt) lime special work is needed to
he dotw* in the comtiiunii) do not Imsi
t ill to call oil tile Boy Scouts, lor the*
art* al your service The sconis are
trying lo obtain equipment enough for
all members when lhe>\ go oil hikes.
The Seouls me thinking of mowing
yards to gel ill,- necessary lunds. II
> oil have a y ard to mow picas** give
Ihe scout: a chance al the job. Many
at ilie Inns aim lo take the necessary
tests to become second class ..coals
while on this hike. The scout move-
ment is not a local movement l-ut a
world wide movement which every
>n,. should be inter* sled in as much as
I lie scouts wish lo take this oppot
♦ unity in expressing iheir thanks to
the Chamber of Commerce and the
Study (Tub of Plano for the interest
The Dallas News
The Newsiest, the Best, the Most Reliable—That’s All.
J. T. HART Circulator at PLANO, TEXAS
Gu y have shown in them.
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Boy Scouts of America, Plano, Texas
IT A. Seigler, Scout Master: J. H.
Dean, Asst. S. Master; Vernon Wheel
ess, Senior Patrol Leader; 1st patrol
leader, Benjamin Carpenter; 2nd pa-
trol leader, Frank Beverly; 3rd patrol
leader, J. T. Hart; 4th patrol leader,
Fred Maultsby. 1st Asst, patrol lead
er, Willie Carpenter; 2nd asst, patrol
I leader, James Brent; 3rd asst, patrol
I leader, Walter Murrain 4th asst, pa
trol leader, W M, Chaddick.
1st. patrol Members
Benjamin Carperter, Willie Carpen
ter, John Arch Weatherford, Roger
'I liouipsou, Bert Carpenter, Taylor
Vrmst.rong, Joseph Stovall, Canto
m * m
2nr. Patrol Members
Frank Beverley, James Brent, John
Beverley, W. M. Crockett, Jack liar
rington, Jack Aldridge, Harry Ben-
nett, Dex Newbill.
The Woman's Tonic
I used two bottles before 1 could
see anv great change, but after
that it was remarkable how
much better 1 got. 1 am now
well and strong. 1 can recom-
mend Cardut, for It certainly
If you have been experiment-
ing on y .ureell wilh all kindB of
different remedies, better get
back to good, old, reliable
Cardui, the medicine for
women, about which you have
always heard, which has helped
many thousands of others, and
which should help you. too.
Ask your neighbor about It; she
has probaNy u$ed It.
For sale everywhere.
3rd Patrol Members
J. T. Hart, Duncan McRae, Richard
Samons, Robert Crawford, John
Coward, Homer Gee Roark, Malcom
Norum. Waller Murrali.
4th Patrol Members
Fred Maultsby, C. W. Isom, Milton
(’rawford. IV M (’huddick. 11. D. line,
y. s, Allbi'M) Gibson, 'Doc Wilson, J.
*1* O'Neal. Herbert Christian.
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Junior B Y I* U. program
Scripture reading Hebrew 11 30,31
Subject Tlu Wall *»l J. ri. o I’.ills
Leadei Mary Stewart
People of Jt-rieo are Worried
Huge Stone Wall Milton Crawford.
God Provides u Wav Melton Craw
Joshua Orders Thurman Jackson.
The People of Jeriro Watch mid
Thuv March \round the City.
On ih*> Seventh Sunday Da >
Radial is Saved IT O'. (I.
4 Mvfuvtftf wvtjvrdww $ra,w»mg
Cotton growers and cotton dealers
of Texas will bs Invited to attend a
meeting between representatives of
the United States department of agri-
culture and members of the Houstou
Cotton nix-change in Houston May 2,
when new laws on cotton standard*
will be discussed.
Tlie onion shipments through the
port of GalveBtou are expected to ho
the heaviest for many years, accord-
ing to experts who have just complet-
ed a tour of the Rio Grande valley.
Sca'tcired shipments have already been
received and the movement will be in
full swing within a week
Houston was selected as the conven-
tion city for Ihe Associated Master
Plumber* of Texas at the closing ses-
sion ot the three days' convention ut
Beaumont last week. All officers were
re-elected us follows: J. O. Montrief,
president; R. G- Thomas, vice presi-
dent; W. K. Bush, secretary; N. S.
Highway No. 8, from Jasper through
Hardin county to Votli and thence to
Beaumont, will be built aa originally
planned Opposition to this route was
expressed by Orange county, asking
tDat th* road branch off at Buuu and
j connect up with the Beaumont Orange
| road, at a special meeting of the state
Service Is the Purpose of
\V<; Sell Service.
Service alone is our business.
From 1 he men who build 1 lie plant, siring the wires and
read the meters to the clerks and bookkeepers in Ihe olTiee,
their I‘irs1 thought is to serve you.
Fleet lie Light and Power is your most satisfying and do
pemiahle servant. That you be well pleased is necessary lo
our mill uni success.
Your constructive suggestions are helpful and alwavs
Texas Power & Light Company
McKinney DELEGATES I highway commi**ion at Austin Thu
TO CONFERENCE | commission, d*cld«d in favor of Har-
The delegates from the Texas Con-
gress of Mothers anil Parent-Teacher
.1. J Shelton. J. S Shelly, B. C
Heath, Wallace Hughstou, A. P. Rod
,-rs. Mrs. Fraud Mills, Chester White
iuul Mrs II L Porter nr** d»‘l*‘Ralee
fo the annual conference trom Me
Kimn,\ district of the Methodist
Church iTti led at Rockwall. A J
Sin'll* y Is lay leader aud C L. May
associate la) leader for Hie district.
Mr. and Mrs. (’lias, Turpentine and
children and Mrs-. Turrontitie’s mother
Mrs. T. L. Dins more, of McKinney.
i n* visitors in Plano Sunday after-
- H *oth*r
* w them know s
the quality of Good -
year 1 ires. 1 leknows
the greater mileage
they give is a part of
He knows their fine,
formance is only
another phase of
And he has learned
that theone true tiro
econo* * iy i‘‘Goodyear
Quality and Good-
year Serx ice.
A s Goo.I year S rri- .
1 h. r
r ’td the net*
iui with the
t re un*
* !e*J All
t i bixek
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W\:itt Smith Mot.'* Co.
tssociation to the national convention
at Louisville, Kv., April 28 to 28, are:
Mrs A K. Birdsong of Fort Worth.
Mrs K. C. Porter. Mrs. Edward Knee-
land and Miss Stella Porter Russell of
Dallas, Mrs Monroe Chapman of Beau-
mont, Mrs O C. CaHtlts of Houston,
and Mrs. S. M. N Marra of Austin.
Mrs. Marrs, state president, will in-
vits the national congress to meot i«
Texas for Its convention in 1924.
Plans for an active and vigorous
campaign to complete the work of lui-
ins $100,000 as a permanent endow-
ment fund of tb* Texas State 1 *a< d
era’ Association were formulated ut a
lueetlttg of the association’s permanent
fund committee at Fort Worth recent
ly The coiumlttPo for -veHr 1923’
34 consists of the following members:
L W. Rogers, first assistant slate su-
perintendent, Austin, chairman, Supei
lntendent G. O. Clough, Tyler; Miss
Lola l.es WUllame. Dallas; T. D
Brooks, Baylor University, Waco; R.
L. Bunting. Sura Houston State Nor-
Figures on freight shipments out of
Rio Grande valley this season up
April 12 were 608 cars of beets
and carrots, 79$ cars of cabbage. 497
mixed cars. 60 cars of citrus fruit 4o
cars of lettuce and spinach, uiixe cars
ptitstoes, making a total of 1996
Ftfty-Mve cars of citrus fruit
were shipped by express It Is esti- .
mated that 175 cal's of potatoes will j
be shipped after the above date, and
that the vegetable shipment after th »
dale will run to about 1300 cars I hi*
will include beans, tomatoes, beets,
carrots, mangoes and cantaloupes.
The Tyler chamber of commerce Is
offering prises to the farmers of Smith
countv in order to stimulate better
cultivation of crops This organiratiou
hss appropriated $2,500 to be used in
> v. . M*n* *i i j *' n flint will
1 l L <-r* i 8$ lu* 6. r ** * -'
conducted In behalf of better farm-
I houaai 1
... v. «:.t-*Vi),*a4 to farmer*
raising the best cotton and $600 to
farmer* lalslng the greatest gua-itity
of peanuts The plan will require
that the termers keep a complete rec-
ord. cover Us* the mat.uer in which be
cuiu > ales his cotton.
Solid Leather, Strongly Put Togethei
The heels, soles, and counters—the hidden but vital parts ot
our shoes—are made of solid leather, strongly put together. Good,
honest wear is built into each pair.
In each style—the finest footwear and the heavier shoes for every-
day vise—we put the maximum value at the minimum price, giving you a lull
hundred cents in every dollar, while furnishing extra good shoe:’.—
High in Quality; Low in Price.
We challenge the shoe world on value and price, and stand squarel” 1
each sale with a “money-back" warrant of quality.
A solid leather shoe, when well wrorn, is easy to repair and greatly increase the
Wear. This will make a great difference in the cost of shoes for your family each year
nr nrt i \r it/’•»» i » n tj
I ry i nem ana i ou will Always ouy them.
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.