The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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The Seminole Sentinel
‘•bllsbed *»*[•» Thursday and devol-
• 1 to »he interval* of Gaines County
Harky N. Stone, Editor
Three Month*................ 40
'dvertlaing Rate* on Application
Great Mitaion Pioneers
Revered in California
The minion of Carmel stand* a* a
memorial to Father Ramon Meetres as
veil as to the great Padre Jnnlpero
Berra. Product* of different epoch*
Padre Berra and Father Mestres were
both pioneers, the one in mission
founding, the other In rebuilding. Per-
haps it was partly due to the fact that
Father Mestres’ birthplace In Spain
was nearby that of Padre Berra that,
ftndlng himself pastor of San Carlo*
at Monterey, he was Inspired with the
seal that restored the neighboring
Carmel mission from the wreck Into
which neglect had let It fall By this
restoration Father Mestres served the
traditions of his church and the wel-
ters of the state to which he brought
back the reminders of the great age
of romance of early California.
With every earmark of the aristo-
crat Father Mestres walked with hu-
mility In the footsteps of his great
predecessor. Passing on, he leaves a
memory of character and achievement
as his monument—San Francisco
He Got Hi* Price
Jimmy’s mother stored all the win-
ter bed clothing In a small shed at
the back of the house. One day, on
returning from downtown, she found
that all the bed clothing had disap-
peared. Without a delay she sought
out Jimmy and asked him where they
"Do you mean those old mattresses
and things T" he asked. “Why, I sold
those old things to the rag man!”
His mother, aghast asked Mm bow
much he had received for than.
“Well,” replied Jimmy with great
satisfaction, “after a lot of arguing I
Anally got him to give see six cents.”
How far are you going ?
Performance, too, proves Chevrolet
the Great American Value
The big, modem Chevrolet Six is
a fine performer. It maintains
high road speeds at a low, easy-
working engine speed. Its 50-
engine operates with unsur-
passed economy. Six cylinders
enable you to creep along,
accelerate, climb hills, go fast-
arid do H all smoothly, quietly
—with little shifting of gears.
If you have formed your opinion
of Chevrolet quality solely from
the car’s fine appearance-
step into a Chevrolet and drive.
Because performance, too,
points to Chevrolet as the
Great American Value.
Ntm Ctowbi Sjxctel 3mlm»—Ar» J*ot •/ Gmurwl Sftor*
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New low prleeo—Roadater, $475)
Sport Roadster, $495) Phaeton, $510(
Standard Coupe, $535) Coach or
Standard Five-Window Coupe, $545|
Sport Coupe, $575; Five-Passenger
Coupe, $595) Convertible Cabriolet,
$615; Standard Sedan, $635) Special
Sedan or Convertible Landau Phae-
ton, $650. Prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich.
Special equipment extra. Low deliv-
’ ered price* and easy terms.
NEW CHEVROLET SIX
The Great American Value
It’s all the same to the long dis-
tance telephone. It will take
your voice there while your
watch ticks. Fast! Clear! Simple!
See your dealer below
Rollins Chevrolet Co. Seminole
ALSO DEALF.P.S IN CHEVROLET SIX-CYLINDER TRUCKS, $355 to $695, f. o. b. Flint, Michigan
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Good Things to Eat
Nice Clean Rooms
N. W. Corner Square Seminole
Elliott & Waldron Abstract Company
of Seminole, Gaioes County, Texas
A. J. ROACH, Part Owner and Manager
A Complete Abstract of Titles to All
Lands and Town Lots in
Gaines County, Texas
Ail accurate ownership map of Gaines County may be had
without charge by calling at the Seminole office
O. K. With Mother
One day, while entertaining a guest,
Edwin’* moth*r was called to ths
phone. Edwin promptly disappeared
from the room to return with an ex-
pensive looking box of chocolate*.
After giving several t* the guests, Ed-
win selected some for himself.
"Are yon sure your mother knows
we’re eating this candy V the guest
“Bure!” said Edwin. “Didn’t you
see her frown and ahakt her head
when I came through the hall with ItF
Th* Euiait Way
A young girl was talking the other
day of what she desired to do with
her life. While nobody appeared to
know of any special aptitude ah* had
for anything, she discussed the pos-
sibility of becoming an artist or
It was evident that them things sug-
gested effort, for after n while she
said languidly: ,
“I don’t know. Perhaps I shall Just
A first class place, where
your patronage in
O. F. HAYWOOD, Prop.
BUSINESS is good with us. Spend wisely and spend now. This
spirit will bring prosperity in abundance to all.' H all of us spent
15c per day extra, over 4.000,000 more men and women could go
to work. It’s easy. Let’s get the spirit and all share in the pros-
perity that this good old country of ours deserves.
The Halley Store
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Stone, Harry N. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1931, newspaper, March 5, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth576668/m1/2/: accessed April 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.