The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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I SI ( • 'Y, TEXAS, STTCDAY, MARCH 3.1922.
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cKuhsvnptiori $1.50 Per V«ar
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Burglars Get Goods
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Tractor $3^5 P. 0. B, Pactory
Tj WTF°RM planting at a rapid rate is made possible by
W combining the Oliver No. 30 double lister with the Foid-
son tractor. The accurate dropping mechanism of the lister
is perfectly adjusted to the speed of the Fordson, and o
the seed is dropped accurately and at a uniform depth.
The covering discs supply the power for the dropping, ai d
they are held in the ground by springs so adjusted that the
planting device rides over ridges just as smoothly as on level
This double lister is as simple to handle as the well-known
Oliver No. 7 gang plow. It will back and turn chert corners.
So, you see, this is a truly one-man outfit.
Over 200,000 Fordaon Farmers Use Oliver Tillage Implement,
Potts-Jasper Motor Co.
IMP no „
T ME TASTE THAT
Served at the counter
and t.iso in any quality
lor the home or on speci-
A dainty, convenient re-
freshment in wrappers.
Remembei our Cold
Os nits. Short Orders
Candies, Cigars, Cigar-
e'l.s and Tobaco.
ED DINWIDDLE, Prop.
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Win I s torms
They catch property
oam rs unprotected
- i r insured. Noth-
ing « n prevent them
and niy sound in-
devr. :ty makes good
the if ss they cause.
Insure and be Snre
unt«e ol “i;
Med by tha Hartford
• e Company in a guar-
m y L ick- in vu*c a
your home. Come
j to this agency for full particulure.
the barometer is
quit work on
t rouse rs.
Ih’twecu tin- hours of 10 o'clock
Saturday night and 2 :20 Slindav
j morning burglars broke into tin
Hudson-Diivis store, took about
•f.'iUO worth of merchandise ami
made their escape.
I hey entered through a rear
window by tearing oil the screen,
breaking tin window lock and
prying two iron cross liars at I In l
w indow far enough apart lo admit |
a man s body. Doth back dooi
were opened by removing tli
bars that held them.
The robbers took two suit |
case.s, seven pair of shoes, five
suits ot the best clothing, three of
•he best overcoats several hats,
folics capes and coats, and shirts
underwear, etc. lf.sk drawer
were left opened and t lie content s
scattered, but no attempt appar
enlly w as made _to tamper with
cash drawer or safe.
I In; robbery was discovered
u hi n Night Watchman Wanton
found the hack door open at 2:20
a- ln- notified a salesman of
the fact. I racks made hy (h>
robbers on leaving were traced as
far as the Shepard barn marly
f^j_> blocks southwest, and it i.s
tnought that they left town on the
- arly morning west bound Cotton
bell passenger rtain. They are
sujiposed to have put on all of
• he clothing they could wear, and
to have packed the balance in the
stolen suit cases.
Three beggars were noticed oi
the streets Saturday. On.- was
.small, another of medium si/. .
and the third a large man. The
clothing and shoes stolen w ere in
^•I'ies to .suit these sizes. Wir
gluries at Addison fourteen miles
west on the Cotton W It railroad
Sunday night .showed the choir,
of elolhing to suit about the satin-
sizes of men.
■’No furtlu-i- approach to tin-
identity of (ho robbers had been
iouml Wednesday when lin-se I
Jiiies were written.
On,- hundred dollars reward is
h'-iog ottered for evidence (hat
"ill lead In the arrest and comic
f""1 ‘if tin burglars. Hudson
I hi \ i s C o. of fe r $50 o f lie a mo mi t
and It. II. Ci a v j r ril. \ rier of .
the buildings oc eiipied In Hudson
Ha\is .N: Co. offer the other $50.
1,1 addition tie Hudson Davis I
( ( -i- oll.-r as r> ward one half (lie j
I value of the goods taken.
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W irelcss Receiving
Station Fcr Piano
i the hem
j,v j A “Clean-Up” Week J
To Be Announced
til a I
Don’t Let Tint Cold
4 ■ Drag
A late winter cold frequently is cm
that is hard to drive off. Often
such a cold, unless taken care of
of properly, will develop int o serious
.8 ui tab
When the first symptoms of cold greet
oome to us at one 3, and we will supply
with the proper remedies.
Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions
If you have a prescription to be filled,
oring it to us, we will compound it
S. M. HARRINGTON, Pharmacist
doub! 2 duty
At the monthly meeting of the
blano l ire Department Wcdn. -s-
day night, d was resolved to in-
Hall at the city hull, on the second
floor, a first class wireless reeeiv
ing station. The matter had been
under consideration since the last
meeting a month ago, when n
committee was appointed to eon
fer with citizens about the sla
lion. The apparatus to h, houghl
will In of tin- best, costing about
A committee was appointed to
solicit funds for that purpose,
i oij.sisting of He. Hudson, Karl
Wets, I, W. M. Heeler t: and
boy bobbins. it is understood
that the fir,- department, who do
so much for the pproteetion of j
the city’s property, will uppre- I
eiatc a In arty cooperation of sub- ,
cribers to a fund for this new 1
enterprise. If the response is
prompt, three or four weeks
beni <■ tin station ought, to be in
operation. Dag Hudson, fire de-
partment caretaker, offers to |
take, charge of the station also.
fin- purchasing committee is)
composed of ( . \\ . Potts, James
f» riff in and It. 1}. Howt-y.
1 he undertaking was explain**!
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Apple, wireless and Western)
»ion 1 di graph ( o. operator at i
>i i rviiiiii-v, w ho was present.
It will doubtless transpire that j
tin1 people of the city will giv,
proper subscriptions and everv
encouragement to this worthy tin
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Seed nwret potatoes for sale.
J. S. SHELLEY,
Phmo, 1 B. H
We carry select groceries
of all kinds, fresh vegetables
and fruits, the best of every
variety of canned delicacies.
Nothing lacking for your
table or culinary prepara-
Also carry bran, shorts,
mixed feed, cotton seed meal
and chicken feed.
PLANO GROCERY CO.
In uddition to the other short orders ond
sandwiches now served we moke a specialty of
a Merchant’s Lunch.
When in doubt what to call for, say Meg-
chant s Lunch. Served quick as a wink.
JIM’S BARBECUE and CHILI HOUSE
Opposite K.-T. Garage.
112 5. Main St.
A Neas' nt Place to Eat
You will enjoy your meal at this Cafe. Food of
excellent quality, tastily prepared, plus a clean, in-
viting interior, go iar toward making your meal an
enjoyable one here. You II find it most economi-
cal to eat here. You’ll find here a variety of foods
to choose from.
and Filling Station
Where Do You Bay Your
That is a matter that should be up-
permost in the minds of every house
Our Groceries are of the finest qual-
ity. In the selection of our merchan-
dise we search flic* markets for the
very best to be had---we want our
customers to have the highest quali-
fy in every article purchased at this
Trade with ua and you will agree with our many
satisfied patrons that this# is the place to buy.
DICKERSON S HAYS
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The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1922, newspaper, March 3, 1922; Plano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth570363/m1/1/: accessed August 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.