The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, April 24, 1925 Page: 4 of 8
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We have added a new line of bottle drinks
of all kinds in connection with our
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Graveley & Kennedy
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anxious to have reported to them
all caees deserving of attention
and want to widen their scope ef
work and opportunities. Any
cases of illness where the family
is notable to Rive the proDer at-
tention or treatment, for any
reason, will be looked after by
this committee and reported to
the proper authorities who will
care for them.
C. S. And C. Club
The Social and Civic Club met
in their regular meeting with
Mrs, Clarence Miller as hostess,
The study of the Constitution of
Texas was taken up with the
hostess as the leader. A two
course luncheon was served to
the 12 members present. The
club desided to continue their
meetings thru the summer but
will not continue their study
but will do faqc^work instead
The next m<a|t» will be with
Mrs. J. P. Hams with
Dell Smith as the leader
THE CHRONICLE Parkland Hospital Auxii
R , w,„—,, ary Doing Usefnl Work
R. J. WHITMORE
Editor and Owner. *
Published Every Friday
■ You May Have Pellagra
Entered at the postoffice at Carroll
on, Texas as second-class matter.
Rain or ho rain, you can't
beep a good town down. Watch
A shower in April would be
welcomed more this year than
the flowers of May.
With Prof. T. P. Harris at the
head of our school again next
term, ws can expect still more
progress to be made than was
made this year.
It’s an ill wind that blows no
one good,” reads a saying in
Poor Richards Alamanac. But
the wind that has blown a steady
gale this week has not helped a
single one that we have heard of.
If the country printer could
have the money that was spent
on postage and printing for
dope” that was sent him in a
year s timp, it would amount to
a neat little sum, but as it »is
now it keeps the waste basket
Onion Baptist Church.
The Union Baptist Church
and pastor extend you a cordial
invitation to come and worship
with us Sunday, April 26.
Sunday school at 10 o’clock.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
At the evening service, Prof-
Harris and the High School
Chorus will have charge of the
music. Don’t miss it for it will
be good. We are here to serve,
if you need us let us know.
E. L Jones.
People of Dallas County know
of Parkland Hospital and that it
is county and city institution,
but few, yet, know of the Park-
land Hospital Auxiliary. When
Dr, Lane B. Cook, the present
superintendent of the Parklank
Hospital, took over this splindid
instituiod last August he soon
r$&l'ztd that, with the help given
hita and the small expense ac-
count allowed under the joint
management of the County and
City authorities, that he could
not hope to successfully handle
all cases as they should be and
he wished to do.
He called into conference some
of the leading women workers of
of the city and from this confer-
ence was born the Auxilliary of
the Parkland Hospital, with Miss
Eliza Hayter of Dallas president,
Mrs. Sam P. Harben,of Richard-
■on, vice-president, Mrs. W, M.
Reilly of Dallas, secretary, Mrs.
Helen Evans of Dallas, vice-
chairman. Mrs. Sam P. Harbin
was made chairman of the county
work with Mrs. Bedford Gallo-
way of Mesquite vice-chairman.
Since January 5th, when this
organization held its first meet-
ing, the entire Auxiliary has
been very active. ’
In the city more than fifty
cases have been visited after the
patient has been discharged from
the hospital. Looked after where
necessary and in the county
some dozen cases have been
watched carefully after. When
the patient is discharged from
the hospital this committee’s
work really begins and they
have been accomplishing a jjreat
deal through tkeir visititation
Parkland Hospital is an insti-
tution to be proud of by both
county and city, the staff are at-
tentive, courteous and able and
no one sending loved ones or
friends to Parkland need fear
for their care. The Auxiliary is
If you have nervousness, stomach
trouble, swimming in the head, consti-
pation, loss of sieed, loss of weight,
brown or rough skin, burning feet or
despondancy; you may have Pellagra.
You do not have to have all of these
symptoms to have’the disease. My
free booklet, “The story of Pellegra”
will explain. My theory differs from
all others and is endoased by Health
Departments and ihunpreds who have
taken the treatment. Write
W. C. ROUNTREE M. .D
Of the ownership, management,
circulation, etc., required by the
act of congress of August 24,
1912, of The Carrollton Chronicle
published weekly at Carrollton,
Texas, for April, 1924.
State of Texas,')
County of Dallas. | 88
Before me, a notary public in
and for the state and county
aforesaid personally appeared^
R. J. Whitmore, who, having
been duly sworn according to
law, deposes and says that he is
the owner of the Carrollton
Chronicle and that the following
is, to the best of his knowledge
and belief, a true statement of
the ownership, management, etc.
of the aforesaid publication for
the data shown in the above cap-
tion, required by the act of
doing in and
ton, state hap-
done in Wash
pean affairs, etc.
gives you plenty
on what’s hap-
pening in Car-
with its Asso-
and merit alone!
rr.tnrB“ Press and Phil
R. J. Whitmore, Carrolitou,
That the owner is: R, J. Whit-
more, Carrollton, Texas.
That the known bondholders,
mortgagees and other security
holders owning or holding 1 pei
cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other se-
curities are: W. S. McRight,
R. J. Whitmore,
Sworn to and subscribed be-
fore me this 16th day of April,
Mrs. Nanelle Connell,
Notary Public, Dallas County.
My commission expires June
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Whitmore, R. J. The Carrollton Chronicle (Carrollton, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, April 24, 1925, newspaper, April 24, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth592170/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carrollton Public Library.