The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1930 Page: 3 of 6
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The Seminole Sentinel
'ubllshed entry Thursday and devot-
8.1 lo the Interests of Gaines County
Harry N. Stonk, Editor
vdvertlslng Rates on Application
“Moanin' Low," according to a the-
atrical paper, Is one of the season's
warmest songs. This la the one we
keep confusing with Manna Loa. which
is a volcano.
S. J. E. Ho. 7
Proposing A Constitutional
Amendment To Be Voted
On November 4,1930.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Texas:
Section 1. That Section 11 of Arti-
cle Vll of the Constitution of the
State of Texas be amended so as to
read as follows:
Section 11. In order to enable the
“TRY CARDUI AGAIN”
Mother’s Advice to Daughter
Was Followed, and She
Soon Got Better.
North Little Rock, Aik.—“Shortly
after my marriage, my health wasn’t
very good," writes Mrs. W. E. Bur-
gin, 315 West Second Street, this
city. “I had severe cramping spells,
and at times I would have to go to
bed. This would be very weakening.
“I took afiotit five bottles of Car-
dul at this time and my strength
came back. I did not have any more
trouble for some time.”
Several years later, Mrs. Burgln
found herself debilitated by heavy
home responsibilities, and she ex-
plains: “1 seemed very slow In
getting my strength back. I was
too weak to do anything but just lie
around. I would get very nervous
over my condition.
“My mother told me I ought to
try Cardui again. I did, and soon
was getting better. When I had
taken about four bottles of Cardui, X
was able to do my work again, and
haven’t had to take It any more"
If you are run-down, nervous, or
suffer every month, take Cardv’
medicine used by women for <
fifty years. As your health Im-
proves, you will share the enthusl
Mm of thousands of others whi
have praised Cardui for the bene-
Legislature to perform the duties set
forth in the foregoing section, it is
hereby declared all lands and other
property heretofore set apart and ap-
propriated for the establishment and
maintenanceofthe University of Texas
together with all the proceeds of sales
of the same, heretofore made or here-
after to be made, and all grants, do-
nations and appropriations that may
hereafter be made by the State of
Texas, or from any other source,
shall constitute and become a perma-
nent university fund. And the same
realized and received into the
Treasury of the State (together with
Such sums belonging to the fund, as
may now be in the Treasury), shall
be invested in bonds of the United
States, the State of Texas or counties
of said State, or in school bonds of
municipalities, or in bonds of any
city of this State, or in obligations
and pledges issued by the Board of
Regents of the University of Texas,
or secured by such obligations and
pledgeg, for the construction dormi-
tories and other buildings for the use
of the University of Texas, or in
bonds issued under and by virtue of
the Federal Farm Loan Act approved
hy the President of the United States,
July 17, 1916, and amendments thereto;
and the interest accuring thereon
shall be subject to appropriation by
the Legislature to accomplish the
purpose declared in the foregoing
section; provided, that the one-tenth
of the alternate sections of the lands
granted to railroads, reserved by the
State, which were set apart and ap-
propriated to the establishment of the
University of Texas, by an Act of the
Legislature of February 11, 1858, en-
titled, “An Act to establish ‘the Uni-
versity of Texas,’ shall not be includ-
ed in, or constitute a part of, the per-
There is a great difference in Foun-
tain Drinks and the way they are
served. Ours are the better kind
that make you realize their
superiority the first
sip you take.
C. C. Cothes, Druggist
manent university fund."
See. 2. Said proposed amendment
shall be voted on by the electors of
this State qualified to vote on con-
stitutional amendments at an election
to be held thorughout the State on
the first Tuesday after the first Mon-
day in November, 18H0.
(A correct copy.)
Secretary of State.
N. R. MORGAN
Attorney at Law
Office lo Austin Building
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Stone, Harry N. The Seminole Sentinel (Seminole, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1930, newspaper, July 24, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577013/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gaines County Library.