The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1917 Page: 3 of 14
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t.C'H A F..L S':r A> T E R N ‘:e;!L jO T hi E,
We are Offering*
in qualities that will look j*ood in a year from now
NOW is a GOOD TIME to buy a good suit and a BAD
TIME to buy a bad suit.
CLOTHCRAFT GUARANTEED SUITS
Will still be serving you well when prices are 50 per
cent higher than we are asking today.
J. G. THOMPSON COMPANY
The members of the Plano
Auxiliary of the Red Cross and
all helpers are bristly engaged
in preparing surgical dressings
that are to be shipped to Red
Cross headquarters in St. Ixiuis
and from there to France, in two
weeks. It is necessary that the
[dressings be wrapped in muslin,
a specified number to the pack-
age, betorF they are shipped and
the Red Cross will appreciate the
aid rendered ingoing this. We
are grateful to those who have
helped and are daily helping us,
especially the various clubs that
have dispensed with their pro-
grams to take up this work.
We wish to extend our thanks
to the Maids amt Matrons Club
for a donation of $7.00 and to
Mrs. M. K. Kendrick for $1.00.
Wo are deeply in need of funds
I and any amount contributed will
be appreciated by both the local
organization and the boys in
Red Cross Reporter.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Adams
returned this week from Houh
ton and San Antonio. Mr.
•Adams had been at their rice
farm near Houston and Mrs.
Adams went doSvn to Houston to
join him there and attend the
grand opera two weeks ago.
They also went to San Antonio,
where they have a relative at
Camp Travis. Mr. Adams is
much pleased with the returns
from the year's rice crop, lie
says the returns per acre are
ahead of that for any other farm
product this year, neit her cotton
nor wheat excepted.
Farm Loans—When purchas
ing a farm, or renewing loans,
see me for the lowest rate of in
terest, best payment privileges,
quick service, business confiden-
tial. A. M. Russell, west side
square, McKinney, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Rogers
and daughter, Mrs. R. B. Can-
trell, and Miss Florrie Hunter,of
Sherman, visited Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Johnston Saturday and
Charter Oak Cook Stoves and
Heaters, Hot Blast Heaters
Stove Pipe and Chopping Axes
Are a few of the things you will soon want
and we want to sell you.
Let us show you how to save half your fuel
bill for cooking. Others are doing it. Let
us show you. Ask to see the Toledo Steam
D. C. GEORGE
Notice to Auto Owners
Under state law no more gasoline can be sold after '.i a. u . on
Sundays. Our customers are therefore reminded t«> supply
themselves fully for.the day by 9 a. m.
SHIPP & HOLT.
A workers’ convention for hot-
ter # things for the American
Presbyterian church was held
on Wednesday and Thursday of
. this week in the Plano Presby-
2 torian church, in which Revs. J.
£ j A. Horn beak and T. B, Hayney
• [ spoke on Better schools and
4 churches for the' people of Tex
J , as. lire Rev. Sterling Rich-
j i ar.Ison, of the Corinth church,
• j spoke on “Our Mission to the
: I bread winners of Texas.” Rev.
• | Cleveland, the pas Jo r, says the
sacrament of the Lord s supper
will be administered to worship-
pers next Sunday morning when
an opportunity for new mem-
bers will be made.
Special bargains in good sec-
ond hand sewing machines, in
eluding some drop head Singers
“First come first served.”
R. R. Shivh, at the Singer office.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jasper and
family and Mr. and Mrs. VV. R.
George were guests of relatives
at Dallas Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Harding,
of Dallas, visited the latter’s par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. O’Neal,
Mrs. William Norton, of Cor
pus Christ,i, Texas, is visiting
her mother, Mrs. A. H. Fortner,
and other relatives.
At the monthly meeting of the
Plano fire department Wednes-
day night an order was made
for a smaller drive sprocket for
the big tire truck, by which
speed may be decreased and
power increased at the will of the
operator. With present equip
merit the truck has a possible
speed of seventy miles an hour.
They also arranged to put the
sireue tire alarm in the tire st,a
tion bell tower, and will be equip
ped so an alarm may bo given
by hand should the power at
any time fail, using either the
hell or the sireue alarm as oeca
sion may require.
John Shipp was elected a mem-
ber of the depart ment to till a
vacancy caused by the resigna-
tion of C. E. Gott.
After the transaction of rou-
tine business the firemen enjoyed
a box of tine cigars given them by
Joe Bradshaw, another one of
those acts of thoughtful kind-
ness on his part, that have made
tin* people of Plano, without ex
eeption, every one of us, fast
friends and admirers of Mr.
Honest drugs and honest service form the founda-
tion of a successful prescription business. The com-
bination that makes for success in illness can only
make success for the druggist providing it. Sup-
porting ttie doctor's best efforts by the best drugs,
conscientiously compounded, has made this store the
leading prescription store of the locality—and what
your doctor agrees to and what your friends know is
knowledge that may well be considered by you.
Bring that next prescription to us, because our label
will guarantee it compounded correctly from the
best of drugs and with the greatest care.
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BIG CROWDS COMING TO PLANO
SATURDAY, NOV. 10TH
An expert from Dallas waseiri
ployed thin week tuning the fine
pipe organ at the Plano Baptist
George Hafner, of Tuscola,
Texas, returned to hi.s home lust
Friday after a two week’s visit
with relatives here.
MOVING PICTURES TO BE MADE IN
PUNO SATURDAY, NOV. 10TH
A special moving picture is to
be made in Plano Saturday, No-
vember 10th. Those anxious to
*ee Mary Pickford, DfngiM
Mrs. G. A. Peacock left Satur-j Miss Dove Cline has aeceptod | 1';*in>fcnks, Charlie Chaplin and
lay for a visit to her sfkter, Mrs. a position as night telephone famous stars, will be inter-
* ■ ™ estea to know that they now Intvo
the opportunity of actually see-
ing how a moving picture is
made. This is all free and those
who care to be in the crowd may
E. A. Oliver, at Hillsboro, Texas, operator at the Union exchange.
.Mrs. J. L*. Cleveland and baby
are visiting relatives at Wills
QUALITY THE FIRST CONSIDERATION
^That is our policy, in the production of Eider-
r'r down and Superior Flour, and every other pro-
duct, both of food and feed.
Other considerations are moderation in prices
fair dealing, courtesy and invariable preference
for home labor and home material.
We put the quality into our products and try
to make our business methods worthy of your
patronage. May we have it?
PLANO WILL & ICE CO.
Miss Thelma Carpenter is be-
ginning to learn telephone oper-
*>«■ t °...... exchan*,. ££
ter s store in Plano Saturday,
I November 10th. By calling up
i in advance and making such ar-1
rangements, you may he allowed i
; to participate in certain scenes
free to all.
R.E.Callahan,head of the Calla |
ban Film Co., who this season is j
directing attractive, widespread i
attention with his special film j
features pertaining to his own i
business, is expected here in i
person Friday night, November'
'•dh, and he will direct on*1 spec-
ial scene Saturday morning
about 9 o’clock in front of Sandi
fer s store. Come down town
Low Rates of
We also represent the best
companies selling fire, tornado
accident, health, bonding, hail
compensation, liability and
W. A. STANLEY & CO.
Office phone 44
Res. phone 160.
Opening awaited with wide-
Plano will uo doubt see the big-
gest crowds Saturday she has
seen for many months. The oc-
casion being Callahan’s System
is here to assist R. W. Sandi fer
in his greatest effort inaugural
ing an unloading sale. Two big
ballon ascensions will be made,
weather permitting. New Do!
jar Bills to be thrown on the
streets from the roof of
the building. Several live
chickens will be turned loose
to be caught and prizes awarded.
Signor Quintosky” the celebrat-
ed Parisian artist is to give fiee
exhibition of painting in the win
dow of Sandifer’s store early
Saturday morning; following this
the moving picture scene will be
made; an actual picture develop
ed and later thrown on the screen
in Plano; the doors swung back
Saturday morning on the-biggest
sale that Plano has ever seen.
Plano has seen many sales,
and attended several sales, hut
has never seen such great pre-
parations as are now being made
in Sandifer’s store. All goods
are being marked down, big dis
play cards, and special boxes and
bins in every section ofthe store;
in fact a modern department
store is now in our midst with a
dazzling array of beauty, a won
derful saving opportunity; a real
unloading sale where seasonable
and desirable merchandise is
bound to attract the public’s at I
tontion The sale is to start Sat
unlay November 10th. A double
page ad in the paper this week
will give you a more complete
description. All predict agreat
crowd, and big success for San
WEDDING GIFTS OF SILVERWARE
•Few **iits carry so much ofthe wedding sentiment
as pretty pieces of silver selected at Weatherford’s
None tire more useful, more enduring, or more
intimately associated with the family life.
We offer you the most comprehensive assort-
ment of silver ever shown in the city.
j The collection contains a full complement of
; everything needed for the table and sideboard, in
! patterns that show the most discriminating taste
in the selection.
Our prices are most moderate, when quality
; and value are taken into consideration.
♦ M-I -H-HH-H K4 -I -M-44-I >+•»+ »+»<-M ♦ M♦♦♦»♦
Give Us A Trial
JIM’S T0NS0RIAL PARLOR
THE PLACE OF SERVICE
We Want Your Business For We
Appreciate Your PATRONAGE
Next Door to May’s Restaurant
J. E. WARDE, Proprietor
S. B. WYATT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office. Old 'Phone 106.
Residence: Old 'Phone 260.
Now ’Phone 29.
AT THE OLD STAND AGAIN
I have bought the Blalick res
tau rant formerly owned by me
and 4lu again at the service of
the people of Plano and vicinity.
I have a sanitary place,serve the
best, most wholesome of short
orders of all kinds, and will ap
preciate the patronage of old
friends and customers and as '
many new ones as I can get.
F. M rilVtrfr.l,ir-
SERVING NEALS AGAIN
, At the Plano hotel, beginning
November 1. Plano Hotel.
Dr. C. J. HICKS
Office over Mayes restaurant.
M. C. PORTMAN
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
PI.ANO . Trv/Ifi
J.H. Webb Will Go
To Collinsville Soon
A trade was closed thiM week
by which J. H. Webb disposes of
his interest in the Webb & Pop
liedge drug store to his partner,
I P. Coppedge, who is now con
tinuing the business.
Mr. Webb has bought a drug
■.tore at Collinsville in Grayson
county, to which place he will r#
move next week with Ilia family,
where they will make thair home.
He has been a citizen of Plauo
since 1905, during the entire time
engaged in the drug business.
He has been also a useful mem
ber and a steward in the Metho-
dist church, and for several
terms a mem ber of the city ceuu
ril, ol which he is now mayor
Both he and his family are
highly esteemed at Plano. They
will be missed from ths business
and community life, and the
hearty good wishes of all our
people attend them to their new
J. 1. and W. N, Miles, living
six or seven miles northwest of
the city, have just purchased
from P. I. Anderson, of Plano, a
farm of seventy one acres, near
Justin, in Denton county, for
which they paid $r)0 per acre.
Both buyers reside on the farm
of Judge M. M Brooks, where
they will continue to reside, and
the farm is purchased as an in
Subject Socking Worthwhile
leader—Miss Mary Emma
Song -Scatter Sunshine.
Scripture Rending leader.
Prayer—Miss Grace Herring.
Quartette — Misses Lucile
Hughston, Marietta Dickey, Inez
Stanley and Julia Aldridge.
AIwayw the , Best James Al
The Kingdom First Miss Lu
Paul’s Worthwhile Things
Miss Julia Aldridge.
Some Supreme Things Miss
Song Where He Leads Me.
Miss Vivian Gutledge is visit
ing relatives at Newcastle, Tex
as, this week.
On account of being called to
military service I have the follow-
ing articles for sale.
One horse and buggy,
()iii! saddle and one slicker.
One Ixedbetter planter.
. Roheut Howell.
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Star Courier, $1.00 per year.
Mrs Lizzie Beverly returned
Monday from a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Weaver Cherry,
at Pattonville, Texas,
Mrs. F N. Baskette returned
home Monday after a visit to Mr.
and Mrs S. H. Lyles, at Kellar,
* YOU 1
Ivan’s Seven-Reel Photoplay Featuring
James Morrison and Grace Valentine
See the Evil
See Innocent Minds
Poisoned by Your
ru> f nworurv i rune
f/*%. urt t» HUlU/li LUfl IJ
Prompt attention to all cash calls
Phone No. 175 5r ngs
omening 7vi tour r»»om»
and hall. Apply to Mrs. H. C.
MAI AIT Friday, Nov. 10th
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The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1917, newspaper, November 9, 1917; Plano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth601790/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.