The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1919 Page: 1 of 6
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I LAND, COLLIX COUNTY; TEXAS, FRIDAV, (XTCBKK 3.
It’s as easy to buy $/
worth of satisfaction
We don’t want to talc
mers to take chance:
•Hart Schaffner & Marx and
Suits and 1 Ivercoats.
Stetson and Mallory Hats,
jjgdwin. Clapp and Walkover Slat
1 lie Plano Presbyterian church Is
making plans for a great "Home-corn-
mg ot former pastors and members
Rev. T A. Davis, of Port Arthur,
who was pastor here for four years,
will attend with his family.
Rev. p. D. Tucker, of Mexia. who
served the church for four years suc-
ceeding Brother Davis, will attend
[With his family.
Others who have played a prominent
art in the church work are expected.
A. Skiles and family, of Dallas. W.
R. Norton and family, of Corpus Chris
ti, A. M. Blackman and family, of
Farmersville, Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Cowan, of Dallas, to-
gether with many others, are also ex
pected to attend. The occasion will
be both social and spiritual.
We are glad to have the assurance
that those who once lived here are
still lovers of the old church and those
now here are loyal and that each mem
her will lend a helping hand to make
this one of the greatest events of the
i The following program will be car
■1 ried out :
J. L. CLEVELAND, Pastor.
Leading Old Line
J. T. ELLIOTT LUMBER CO.
All kinds of Building Material and Coal. Highest
grades at lowest prices.
Call on us before you buy.
F. Schimelpfenig, Mgr.
Notice to the Public, of
Plano and Vicinity
It has just come to my knowledge that it has been report-
ed that I was the man that proposed to raise the barber rates
in Plano from 20c and 35c to 25c and 50c, and this is to inform
the public generally that this is a gross error, as I never have
since I have been in Plano suggested the raise in rates. On
the other hand, I was the one that opposed it and I have op-
posed it in the past and will continue to do so. I have at all
times been against it, am against it now and shall continue to
be against it to the end.
VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS,
J. E. Warde
PROPRIETOR OF JIM’S TONSORIAL PARLOR
Healthy Stock and Poultry
Produce Extra Profits
The producing value of cows, horses, sheep, hogs, poul-
try, etc.,—*.‘as never as high as it is today.
However if you wish to gain the fullest return on your
investment you must give attention to the heallh of your live
We handle the Well Known
STOCK AND POULTRY REMEDIES AND FOODS
and can recommend just what is best for any special ailment.
We solicit the trade of Farmers and Stock Raisers.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt
I Welcome address on (lie part of the
city—J. P. Harrington.
Welcome address on part of ckurch
—J. L. Aldridge.
Response—A. M Blackman
Impromptu talks with Hov. J. L.
-'•45 a. m.—Sunday school opened
by Superintendent, assisted by W. R.
Adult department—A M. Blackman.
Young people's department— Mfs. P.
Junior and primary departments -
Vr* A. M. Bi.vhciit.il!.
11 o’clock—S ram et b.\ Rev. T. A
Sacrement—Hey, R. w. Benge.
I.T.ner at ohureii. ,
M e sic.
2 p, rn.—History of church—J. L.
2:15 p. ni.—Reminisences of the
church—E. A. Skiles.
2:30 p. m.—Reminisences of the
Session—W. R. Norton.
?'C5—Missionary an 1 Aid Societies
15 Minutes Intermission.
4 p. m.—Intermediate Y. P. S. C. E.
—Mrs. Tom Cowan.
4:15 p. tn.—Juniors—Mrs. A. M
Adjournment until 8 p. m.
8 p. m.—Sermon—Rev. P. D. Tucker.
Consecration and benediction.
We write protec-
tion in every de-
partment of leg-
Office Phone 113. Rea. 55
Dr. C. J. Hicks Wins
Prizes at McKinney
At tlie Collin County rail- at Melvin
ney Wednesday Dr. C. J Hicks, of
i his city, made some good winning,
in his chickens and rabbits shown.
<Ri two Black Minorca cocks emai-
ed lie got first and second prizes lie
also got special prize for best cock in
ih«' show, all breeds competing.
On rabbits he got second and lourtli
prizes for Flemish (Bant senior does,
anti ou juniors second and third
prizes. He also goi first prize on ge
noii1 buck New Zealand rabbit.
The Doctor left before other prizes
were awarded, and he doesn't know at
this time If other prizes were award
etl him Dr. Ilicks will have these saint*
exhibits at the Dallas fair next week"!"
7 uesday Afternoon
For quick service in making
J'id renewing farm loan;, with
best options of "on or bef irc ’
payment, lowest rate of inter-
est, business confidental, call
on or write,
A. M. Russell
Misses Flonlc Bowman and Minnie
Mae Wall enterlAlued Tuesday after-
noon at the home of their grandpar
enis, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Bowman, In
honor oi .Miss Gladys Bishop, whose
marriage to Mr. Fred J. Harrington Jr.
was announced lo take place Out. X,
A splendid program of music was ten
| tiered by Mrs. Grant Thompson, who
i in her charming manner sang "I Love
; You Truly," and Miss Katherine
; Lewis sang "All For You,” anti Miss
j '1111111'' Mae Wall sang ' Just You.” and
i Miss Davis, whose music is always a
| rare treat, was pianist
I lie house was decorated in the
i bride's colors, pink and green. Lovely
l refreshments were served to a large
number friends. The hostesses were
| assisted by their auntie, Mrs. Adams,
j and Master James Wall.
subscription $1.50 Per Yeq^..
Clean and first-class in every respect
Per Ton - - - $10.00
BETTER BUY NOW WHILE SHUCKS ARE GOOD
Cheapest Feed on Earth
Clean Corn Cobs, $1.00 per load.
Stark Grain & Elevator Co.
V ance & Beverly
Successors to Claud Mayes
SHORT ORDERS, COLD DRINKS, ICE CREAM,
Promptness, Courtesy, Cleanliness, Good Service
For Miss Bishop
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ein-
ma Bishop and Miss Katherine Ald-
ridge entertained for Miss Glad is
Bishop, with a miscellaneous shower,
at the home of Mrs. John Haggard.
The guests were entertained with a
program of music and readings.
Later they were invited to the din-
ing room, where they found “Little
Boy Blue" guarding a hay stack. Miss
Gladys was given a «t^ke. Alter a
vigilant search she found many use-
ful and charming gifts. A delicious
ice course was served.
Now Served the
“QUICK AS A WINK”
Quiet Comfortable Apart
ment For the
Ice Cream—all the popu-
lar cold drinks.
All things served are
served as they ought
CARD OF THANKS
From the depths of our hearts we ap-
preciate the kindness and sympathy
shown us In our bereavement this
week. We want all to know we shall
never cease to thank you.
J O. WILLIAMS AND FAMILY.
Still selling lumber at the rarne
small profit that we always did.
Therefore it is to your interest to
buy from 'is.
J. T. Elliott Lumber Co.
Dinwiddie & Barnard,
Better Keep in the
Middle of the Road
I'lte Startlourlei lias many notices
in its columns, signed by land owners,
lot bidding trespassing on then Unde
Many ot them complum that
stock in pastifrAs Wh.iV iH-t'ii wAwu.Uec
or killed by careless hunters, that
gales are sometimes left unfastened,
and that the carelessness of lu.ni
ers, fishermen ot those seeking pecans
ate gelling to be an intolerable nuNun
ce. We understand that the law lot
bids the entrance of one person on
another’s land even without the form
oi posting notices or advertising
against il. Surely, I herd ore, no oil'
can complain if punished for I respa
iitg on any premises after the ownet
have gone to the extra trouble of post
ing the land both with signs and
newspaper notice. The middle of th<
road is the best path lo tiave^ tiny
Blue Ribbon Bread
I he product of the home bakery. Unexcelled in quality,
wrapped in sanitary papers, always fresh and wholesome.
The remains of the Infant claughrei
•f Mr. Hnd Mrs. John Salmon were
laid -to rest at the Masonic cemetery
at Plano Wednesday of last week it
11 a. m. The mother, who was at a
Dallas sanitarium, is still under
treatment there and must remain
lor a week ot more vet The little
one. to the intense anguish of the par-
ents and the sorrow of their nuttier
oils friends, had only a few moments
of existence. The funeral was conduct-
ed the home of Dan Dudley, an uncle
of the mother, by Rev. It C. Hicks,
pastor of the Methodist church.
All who owe me will please see me
and settle their accounts.
DR. L LEWIS.
J' Alwayz insist upon Betting ihe Bln* Label Brand, th*
guarantee of high quality and full value.
THE PLANO BAKERY
J. J. VAVRA, Proprietor.
To Send Clothing
to Corpus Christi
I lie Ladies oi Plano will send a box
of clothing to the Corpus Christ!
storm sufferers Hie first of (he week.
All kinds of clothing, shoe and hats,
•hat are in good condition, are needed.
Please leave packages at Hudson Dai
Is store Monday or Tuesday as tl»- box
will he shipped Tuesday night For
further Information call
MRS GEORGE W BOWMAN,
I AM WASHING cars at
th® Shipp Garage, will
call for and deliver all
cars. PHONE NO. 263
Call me often.
PRICES $1.50 AND UP.
Personally we think it is all right
tot a msiri to have his Inutile manicured
at the barber shop, hut why doesn’t he
patronize a beauty parlor.
Another reason why a bride Is hap
py over her bouquet js because she
doesn't realize site will soon have to
raise In• i own flowers or go without
All you who have torpid liver, weak
digestion or constipated bowels look
out for chills. The season Is here and
the air is full of disease germs. The
best thing to do is to get your liver in
>od condition and purify the stomach
and bowels Herbine is the right rein
edy, it answers the purpose complete-
ly. Price 50c. Sold by Allen Bros.
STOVE WOOD FOR
All Oak. $3.25 per
rick at my home in
Plano. $3.75 delivered
anywhere in city.
C. J. MATHEWS
Bad breath is a symptom of disord
ered stomach and weak digestion The
remedy for il is Prickly Ash Bitters;
the medicine for men. Il purges the
-toms' h and bowels of fermented lood
and impurities, purifies the breath,
cleats Hie complexion of sallowness
and makes you feel Tine Price $1.25
per bottle. J. P. Coppedge, special
' * • 11 1111' rtt i > 'I t"l 'S1-t 1-t-t-t
are the best investments
m • . 1
— — .. ■
Surgeons agree that In cases of cuts,
burns, bruises and wounds the first
treatment is most important. v\ tien i
an efficient antiseptic is applied
promptly there is no danger of infec |
tion and the wound begins to heal at I
once. For use on man or beast Boro-1
zone js the ideal antiseptic and healing j
agent. Buy it now and be readv for
an emergency Sold by Allen Bros I
You Should Keep Them
hut if you have to sell,
I Will Buy Them
Does your stomach feel bloated after
eating? I to you have sour risings,
heartburn, spells of dizziness, and con
stipated bowels '’ Il so, Prickly Ash
Bitter: Is Hie medicine you need. Men
who use it *irt'l it exactly suited for
such disorders. Price $1.25 per bottle.
J I*. Coppedge, special agent.
Keep mui tomaeh liver and bowels
in good condition if you would have I
Prickly Ash Bitters j
lengthens these organ
■ good heal tii
1 cleanses and
land help.-- tie system to tesi-t dis
germs. It is the remedy for wor
j men. Price $1 50 per bottle J
| t'oppedge, special agent.
Uncle Sam Says:
Buy a Lot and Build a Home ”
(From U. S. Dept, of Labor Bulletin, March 1919)
Although construction costs are higher than during*
the pre-war period, neither materials or labor have advanced
in proportion to other commodities. I hese present prices
cannot be materially changed for years to come. The man
who buys a lot and builds a house on it today will he better off
a year from now than he would be if he kept his money in the
savings hank in the meantime.”
Visit our Lumber Yard and see the big stock of good ma-
terial and then get us to figure a bill for the home you ought
THIRTY SEVEN PLANO PEOPLE ARE STOCK HOLDERS IN
THIS COMPANY KEEP PLANO MONEY IN PLANO.
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"tie Star-Courier. $1
! loss of voice, indicate the peed of Mai
I lard's Horehound Syrup, it eases the
j lungs, quiets the cough and restores
j health in the bronchial tubes. Hold
J by Allen Bros.
Plano Lumber C2
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The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1919, newspaper, October 3, 1919; Plano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth570417/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.