The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1931 Page: 3 of 4
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For the Better Class
— Try —
C. L. Elder Sons
Reeves Cothes Local Agent
BUYERS AND SELLERS EXCHANGE
to nUJ or sel1 Parm#* R^hes,Oil Leases, Roy-
alties, Town ProDerty, see me. If you have feed, corn,
maizs, work stock, cows, hogs, or anything on the
farm for sale, or if yon wish to bay see me.
- A free service to the farmer. —
R. W. PITT MAN, Seminole, Tex.
LIGHT and POWER
b Asthus Bmsbans
The state and federal governments
concentrate on three things—education
of children, building good roads, find-
ing employment for the Idle—while
waiting for new schools. Governor
KUas leases the biggest private houses
available, turning them Into schools.
Six hundred children go to school In
one such building, 800 in another.
Awerlcans . discuss an International
highway from Canada, through Mexico
to the Panama canal, and perhaps on
to Tierra del Fuego. That is pleasant
talk. Hut In the meanwhile Governor
A. F. e& A. M.
Stated meeting First Monday
Night in each month-
O. F. HAYWOOD. W. M
A. J. ROACH, Secretary
O. M. HERRING
General Practice in all the Courts
Seagraves : Texas
Bliss has gigantic machines scattered
between Hermoslllo and Nogales. 175
miles, and will have that road finished
in a year or less, if he can get more
modern road machinery. Giant trac-
tors and grading machines could be
seen at work on the new highway
south recently, hundreds of men with
stump pullers and blasting material
working ahead of the road machinery.
In connection with Russia’s plan to
conscript women for Industry, govern-
ment taking- care of the babies while
their mothers are at work, you read that
this is done because of ‘the present
serious shortage of labor. In Russia ’*
You wish we had that shortage here
and wonder how the Russians man-
Russia’s plan to open gigantic gov-
ernment nurseries ip care for babies
while mothers art working In mills,
forests, fields, mines or factories, will
present problems that not even Stalin
can foresee. Separating women from
their babies may be a dangerous ex-
periment, even in Russia.
It is pleasant to bear of anyone’s'
happiness, and you will be delighted
to know that Ireland Is highly pros-
perous, “riding the wave of world de-
pression.’’ In 1980 the Irish exported
more than $225,000,000 of goods, which
Is better than merely shipping money
to British landlords. Irish banks are
steady, the Irish Free State budget
Is sound. Those that used to say “the
Irish can govern anybody but them-
selves” may have been mistaken.
They can also govern themselves, If
you get off their backs.
If you ever become well acquainted
with a ladv named Guillermlna Guer-
We Appreciate Our Privilege To
SEE OUR NEW HOUSE PLANS
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rero. or one like her, don't trifle with
Maxlmino Aceval did that In Mexico
City. Guillermlna dressed herself as
a boy, found faithless Maxlmino In a
cabaret, dancing with another girl,
followed, and shot them both.
An opera like “Cevallerla” or “Pag-
llaccl” represents no exaggeration.
The Latin temperament feels every-
thing, especially neglect, strongly.
Those that know say the affections
are as violent as the Jealousy. It
must be an exciting life,
iW‘ y Jilt ' ’*4' * vy :t?
Onctor McGeehee. chemist at Emory
university, Atlanta, says copper and
Iron In milk will correct anemic condi-
tions because those two metals, “taken
In metalised milk, regenerate hema-
For a long time doctors have known
that red Wood corpuscles, consisting
chiefly of Iron, contain also a trace
This was long thought to be more
or less accidental and unimportant.
Now It is known to be necessary.
Every plumber can tell the doctors
what active results ensue when you
put copper and Iron together, ss In
I’Hucldiig brass pipes to an Iron
'® Hal.hv Kins f t■■tiir*. Syndicate, lac.)
edi to appear at the next regular term
of the County Court of Gaines Coun-
ty, to be holden at the court house
thereof, in Seminole, Texas, on the
3rd Monday in May A. D. 1931, the
same being the 18th day of May A. D.
1831, then and there to answer a pe-
tition filed in said court on the l»th
day of February A. D. 1831, in a suit
numbered on the docket of said court
as No. 1W>, wherein First State Bank,
in Seagraves, a banking corporation,
Seagravea, Texas, is plaintiff, and
R. H. Johns is defendant, and said
petition alleging that plaintiff is a
banking corporation with its princi-
pal place of business and office situa-
ted in the town of Seagraves, in
Gaines County, Texas; that on to-wit:
the 1st day of April 1924, the de-
fendant made, executed and delivered
to the plaintiff his promissory note
for the principal sum of $462.03, due
six months from date and bearing ten
per cent interest from date and an
additional ten per cent on principal
and interest aa attorney fees; that
aaid note is now due and unpaid and
the attorney fees have matured and
the defendant fails and refuses to pay
the same or any part thereof. Plain-
tiff sues for Its debt, with interest and
attorney fee* and all cost of suit and
for general and special relief.
Herein fall not, and have you before
said court, at Its aforesaid next regu-
lar term, this writ with your return
thereon, showing how you haveeiecu-
ted the same.
Given under my hand and the seal
of said court, at office in Seminole,
Texas, this 27th day of February A.
(seal) Carroll Cobb, Clerk,
County Court, Gaines County.
By Anna B. Curry, Deputy.
Citation by Publication
The State of Texas,
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Gaines County, greeting:
You are hereby commanded to sum-
mon R. H. Johns by making publica-
tion of this citation once in each week
for four successive weeks previous to
the return day hereof, in some news-
paper published in your county, if
there be a newapaper published there-
in, but if not, then in the nearest
county where a newspaper i* publish-
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING:
Why not take advantage of saving on your Grocery
Bills? A few cents saved every day will in time
amount to quite an item in the family budget.
We Can Save You Money
THE GEORGE STORE
PHONE No. 12
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We will be pleas-
ed to furnish esti-
mates on any plan
you may desire. r
' tmmwt the Penfmdk
s umber < ft
Let Us Service Your Car With
Mobiline and Opaline
(Pure Parafine Base)
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
SMITH SERVICE STATION
Tires and Tubes
PHONE No. 5
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.