The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1924 Page: 1 of 8
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The Carrollton Chronicle
CARROLLTON, DALLAS CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 6,192*
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: The officers and directors of
4^ W. BRO/
Are striving to create a Personality that
will be known for its strength and friend-
liness. We strive always to receive the
satisfaction of every customer, and build
a business that will never .kuow comple-
tion, but will advance continually to meet
1st. We seek to please.
2nd. We appreciate your business.
3rd. We are A Guarantee Fund Bank:
ST STATE BANK,
BROADHURST, Cashier CARROLLTON ;•
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Invites Opponents To Barney Ginn Injured
Debate In Carrollton I At Locker Gravel fit
Cavin Muse, candidate for dis-
trict attorney, will make his
fourth speech of bis campaign at
Corrollton Saturday evening at
8 p. m.
"My opponents, Mr. A. H.
Mount and District Attorney
Shelby Cox, are invited th divide
time with me," Mr. Muse de-
dared. "I believe the issues in
this campaign should be discuss
Candidate Muse has already
spoken at Garland and Lancas-
ter and wilUspeak Saturday af-
ternoon at Mesquite, coming
from there here.
Other candidates are invited
to make brief announcements
from the same platform used
Mr. Muse. "I’d like for them
to make it snappy because I have
a lot to tell the people myself,
The Carrollton band will play
before the speaking.
Barney Ginn wes knocked un>
conscious about 9:80 Thursday
morning at the Locher Gravel
Pit near Farmers Branch when
when a lump of coal fell off of
csal car of the engine hitting
him on the head. Ira Sanford
rushed him to the home of his
brother, Roy Ginn and Dr.
Blackbnrn prounced his injury ;
to be a slight concussion of the
Daniel Carfe and Market |
The Place of Gqod Eats and Fresh Meat
Annul family Ramitfl.
The Webb Park was the scene
of the Fouts annual family reun*
ion Sunday when 75 relatives of
Fouts from Ft. Stockton, Ft,
Worth, Rbonssboro, Wilmer
Deaton, Lancaster and Carroll
ton enjoyed a big basket dinner
Fresh Piea, Bread and Cakes at all times.
We ere here to serve you. Ask your
friends about us. We are here today
and will be here tomorrow.
Why go elsewhere?
Card of Thanks.
We sincerely thank ear Car-
rollton friends sad loved ones for
their kindness, love and sympa-
thy extended ns daring oar
abort stay occasioned by so sad
a mission—the burial of our dear
little baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fouts and
children of Lancaster, were week
end guests in the Fouts home at
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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The Touring Car
F. O. B. Detroit
had Sun,, IK •xln
SSB THE NEAREST
Back to Nature
1 The enjoyment you’ll get out of a Ford touring
car this summer, is another good reason why
you should no longer postpone buying.
You, your family and friends can benefit by pleas-
ant trips at minimum cost—evening drives, week-
end excursions or a long tour on your vacation.
Buy a Ford, if you want a car that is always
reliable,'"Simple to handle, needs almost no care,
and carries you at lowest cost.
(vi Detroit, Michigan
Runabout $26$ Coup* $925 Tudor Sedan f 590 Fordor Sedan $68S
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7"ha Ford dealer In your
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ur neighborhood will gladly explain bath plane In detail.
Carrollton Defeats Ideal
Laundry In Close Game
The Carrollton boys strutted
their stuff Sunday at Webb Park
and defeated the Ideal Laundry
Ball Club by a score of 5 to 4 in i !
a game that looked as if was lost 1
until Nance started the rally in i I
the eigth. and before the smoke
had cleared, the home boys had
put three runs across the plate,
winning the game toy one score. "
Butler chalked up eleven strike ; I
.out* against the visitors and al- j!
lowed only two earned runs and
•ix hits. Three inexcusable er-
rors were made behind Butler^
that gave the visitors two runs
in second inning, but after this
the game was well played.
The Ferris club will be here
Sunday afternoon, hoping to
continue their winning streak,
but tbe Carrollton boys promise
to break their wins. Come and
see a game equal to last Sun-
Rory Timer Will Nike
The bet Fir Sheriff
Henry Tanner authorizes the
Chronicle to place bis name in
onr regular announcement col-
umn as a candidate for Sheriff,
subject to the action of the Dem-
ocratic primary, July 26.
Henry Tanner needs no intro-
duction to the voters of Dallas
County, for he has been a peace
officer for the past 83 years and
his record in that capacity is
known by all. At present he is
Chief of Police at Highland Park
and when he resigned from the
police force in Dallas two years
ago he w&s Assistant Chief of
Mr. Tanner stated to the
Chronicle,that he is not runnibg
on promises, but on his exper-
ience, quelifications and past
record as a peace officer.
He made the race two years
ago and was only defeated by
He respectfully ask the voters
to consider well his qualifica-
tions belore casting their votes
for Sheriff in the coming July
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Magnolia Filling Station
On The Southeast Corner
Of The Public Square
Will be open for business on, •
or about June 15th. Will
handle full line of dependable
Magnonia Lub Oil and Greases
Your Patronage Solicited
Patterson & Good.
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Free Picture Show.
Everyone is coming, so be here early
to get a good parking space.
Mrs. Ollie J. McCallum has
notified us that on account of
sickness in her family she could
not devote her time to make
the rats for County Treasurer
and has withdraw from ths race.
Noble Whitlock, a local boy,
has taken over the agency for
the Star Refining & Producing
Company’s products, succeeding
Bob Patterson. The Star peo-
ple have the distinction of being
the only oil company operating
Carrollton that pays city||;
L. W. Pope loft Friday for
San Antonio where he will enter
the W. O. W. Sanitarium. We
hope to learn of his improvement
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85c will re-cnamel your Ice Box.
90c will restain and varnish your
55c will restain and varnish two I
$3.50 will refinish an average J
50c will refinish 3 Screen Doors.
PAINT IN TIME
Lyon-Gray Lbr. Co.
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Whitmore, R. J. The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1924, newspaper, June 6, 1924; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth591972/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carrollton Public Library.