The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1946 Page: 5 of 8
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Dr. Robert Titsworth
Located in building
recently vacated by
Residence Telephone 38
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In S2-«t. quflrti,
FRED LAZEK, SR.
FOR SALE—Road gravel and con-
certe gravel delivered. See Joe More-
lica or call 766. (22-4tp)
FOR SALE—Power hay press. Price
1395.00, Cecil Lay well, Silver City
FOR SALE — 24-inch box heater.
Reasonably priced. R. G. Chapman.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
I have leased the Roy Law land and
strictly forbid hunting or fishing on
this property.—Goodhue Rogers, (ltp
FOR SALE—A selection of saddles
now on hand—$82 to $135 to select
from. Come and see before they are
all gone, as today a mo^i ago we
had not a new saddle in the house.
F. J. Beekerman, Cameron, Texas.
State Fair of Texas — Dallas# October 5 to 20
Homemakers of Southwest will have the long-awaited oppor-
tunity to see and study a New Freedom Gas Kitchen during
their visit to State Fair of Texas. Premiere southwest showing
is feature attraction in the magnificent Lone Star Gas Exhibit
Building. In this Premiere showing there will be four complete
kitchens revealing new conceptions of beauty, design, efficiency
and kitchen comfort. They are complete in every respect, offer-
ing a wealth of ideas to you who are thinking about bringing
your kitchen up-to-date. All kitchens were designed by Servel,
maker of famous silent gas refrigerator.
1947 Gat Refrigerator
All-yoar Gat Air Coadltloaort
Gas Cqalpmaat for ladmstry
Gat Eqalpmaat for Cafes
Automatic Water Heaters
Newest Hooting Eqalpmaat
Broadcasting Each Day
You've heard them many times on
Lone Star's rodio program. Now
see and hear them, in person,
broadcast from Gas Building over
WFAA doily, Monday through Fri-
day at 1 h30 a.m.
LONE STAR Mrfl GAS COMPANY
PAY CASH for good used cars. See
me before you sell. George Childress
USED CARS WANTED—WU1 buy
any make or model. Grabein Ckevro.
let ompany. 84-tf
WILL CARE FOR inve’id or old per-
son in my own home. Write Box 46,
Rosebud, Texas. (20-4lp)
FOR SALE—26 acres land, choict
building lots for home or business on
highway 36 and 77, just outside city
limits. W. C. Pemberton, phone 35 or
FOR SALE—4-room house and bath,
newly renovated. Good location. Reas-
onably priced. Can be bought part
down and balance installments. W. C.
Pemberton, phone 35 or 439-J. (2ltf)
FOR SALE—85.5 acres, IVi miles
southwest Briary, the former Ludwig
Fuessel, Sr. Estate. If interested
write or see Werner Fuessel, Rt. 3,
Taylor, Texas. (27-3tp)
October 3, 1946__
the lust of the eyes, and the pride of
life, is not of the Father but is of
the world" (I John 2:16).
Among the citation* which com-
prise the I.esson-Sermon is the fol-
lowing from the Bible: "And thou
slmlt love tho Lord thy God with all
thy heart, and with all thy soul, and
with all thy mind, and with all thy
strength: this is the first command-
ment" (Mark 12:80),
The Lesson-Sermon also includes
the following passage from tho Chris-
THE CAMERON HERALD—5
tian Science textbook, "Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures"
by Mury Baker Eddy: "Divine Sci-
ence deals its chief blow at the sup-
posed material foundations of life
and intelligence. It dooms idolatry"
The Buckholts PTA will sponsor a
Community Party Friday night, Oct.
4, at 8 o'clock. Will have several cake
walks. Admission will bo 15c, (23-ltp)
~~ fiiV tr'S
FOR SALE — Moline tractor, 8-ft.
tandem disc, 3-disc breaking plow.
Also other farming equipment. Ben
Massengale. Locate me Ht Lester
Grain Co. (23-llp)
FOR SALE—One upright piano, rea-
sonably priced in good condition. W.
M. Brown, Mayafield, Texas. (23-2tp)
FOR SALE—Cord wood. Sherwood
Cobb, Maysfield. (23-2tp)
FOR SALE—3 ring, 60 bbl tin cis-
tern. See Henry Dreyer, or write
Walter llagemeister, Rt. 2, Rogers.
WANT TO BUY—John Deere or
Farmall Tractor. Jerry Kopriva, Rt.
2, Buckholts. (23-3tp)
FOR SALE—Farmall Regular Trac-
tor, equipment, and break plow and
disc, in good condition. See or write
K. K. Fontaine, Rt. 2, Cameron. (23-2p
FOR SALE—my place west of city
limits. Logun McWilliams, Route 1,
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was emphasized by the Good Roads
Association executive vice president,
is to assure the ultimate construction
of rural mail and school bus routes,
and all weather farm-to-market roads.
Also, it will insure improvement,
maintenance and policing of all roads
and urban traffic-ways.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
"Unreality’ 'is the subject of the
Lesson-Sermon which will be read in
all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on
Sunday, October 6.
Tho Golden Text is: “All that is In
the world, the lust of the flesh, and
FOR SALE—My farm, want to sell
in short time. Henry Hlavacek, R.R.
1, Cameron. (23-3tj-j)
WELL CURBS, TERRACE
OUTLET BLOCKS and
Zedlitz & Henson
AT BRYAN STATION
(6 mi. west of Buckholts)
GI1S EXHIBIT BUILDIDG
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1946, newspaper, October 3, 1946; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth578297/m1/5/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.