The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1935 Page: 5 of 8
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THh itOUKUALIC HKPOIITKR. Thurndiiy, Junu»ry 10, l»3r,
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♦ LKK COUNTY II.I). CLUBS ♦
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Booze Sold Over
Drutf Counter In
Aired by Solons
ind UvWns inri/ijghot.t
J PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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DR. B. E. LAURIE
Medicine and Surgery
Office with the Baldridge Sc Prewitt
Residence North Ackerman St.
Of. Phone 150 Res. Phone 181
D. R. WALLIS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Specialist for treatment of plies of any
kind without use of the knife. Guar-
anteed cure or no pay. Reliable testi-
monials furnished if desired.
O fice phone 20. Res. phone 212
For Sale or Trade
RADIOS—For tubes and parts of all
kind*, see b. Aaliiby ,the original radio
man. Radio repairs. tf
tor SALE or RENT—Modern five-
room house with bath, convenience*,
built-Ins; double garage; on 3‘/j acres
land. See Mrs. Billie Smith. 48-2tp
FOR SALE — Tractor Implements—
Double disk and Moldboard plows, two
row cultivators, wood saw, etc. Also
several Registered Polled Hereford bull
calves. Gaither Motor Co. 47-2L
PHONE 121 — For better cleaning
pressing and alterations. Star Clean-
ers, J. B. Oklham. tl
15c per pound.
or three colonies of bees if cheap lor
cash. W. L. Loper, Rockdale. ltp
y pounds of garlic at
Also I will buy two
DR. H. T. COULTER
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Quebe Drug Store
Phone 5 Res. phone 40
FOR SALE—4 Goodyear tires and
tubes, 4.75x19. Run less than 500 miles.
Will sell cheap. Turner Lumber Co.,
Rockdale, Texas. 47-2t
FOR SALE—Wagon, break plow, rid-
ing planter, riding cultivator, iron beam
sweep stock, a few cheap mules and
one horse. Cheap for cash or trade.
Aug. Mrosko. tf
DR. I. P. SESSIONS
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Quebe Drug Swire
Phone No. 5 Res. Phone
FOR SALE—Budded pecan trees, four
years old, three to six feet high, at
50c each. Buyer must do the work of
taking them up and packing. At my
i place near fair grounds. N. J. Bagley.
I Rockdale. tf
DR. T. S. BARKLEY
Physician and Surgeon
Office over State Bank Building
Office phone at Quebe Drug Store
Residence Phone 164
J. W. GARNER
Office Loewenstein Building
Main Street, Ground Floor
E. A. CAMP
Office: N. Main Street, Coulter Bldg.
Office over Rockdale State Bank
I)R. ED. A. SWAFFORD
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Lexington, Tues. Thomdale, Thurs.
DR. GEO. B. KINCAID
Office: Residence West Cameron St.
Day or Night Service
Texas Certificate No. 1SS
California Certificate No. 1191
E. B. PHILLIPS
licensed Embalmer and
Night Phone 94
ALL MAKES CLEANED, REPAIRED
OVERHAULED AND ADJUSTED
E. B. Vanmeter
AT REPORTER OFFICE
FOR SALE—Good choice postoak and
blackjack cordwood at $2.50 delivered
in Rockdale. See or write for carlot
quotations. A. L. Lucas, Rockdale.
NOTICE TO FARMERS—I can handle
your needs in hay, maize heads and
ear corn, car-lots only, direct to you.
See me about drouth rate freight
charges. Lon Hudson. tl
BUTTER AND EGG STAMPS—All
country butter must now bear, print-
ed or stamped, the name of the maker
on the wrapper. Get these stamps at
The Reporter office at $1 each. Also
egg stamps at same price. tf
FARM TRUCKS—Fords, Chevrolets,
Dodge, G. M. C„ real bargains: easy
terms. Also real bargains in used cars;
some real cheap good ones; others al-
most like new in looks and perform-
ance. Pair good young mules. Gaither
Motor Co. 47-2t
FOR RENT—New six room house, two
miles north Highway 43. Well, wood,
cow pasture, chicken range etc. W.
E. Gaither. , 47-2t
FOR RENT — Furnished apartment
with all modern conveniences. Mrs.
D. B. McMillan, phone iy. u
FOR RENT—Service Station, one mile
east Milano, at intersection Highways
43 and 36; storeroom in connection. W.
E. Gaither. 47-2t
FOR RENT—Third and fourth; 182-
acre past oak farm, 8 miles east Rock-
dale; 50 acres in cultivation; fair im-
provements; good water. W. E. Gai-
Lost, Strayed or Stolen
LOST—1 brown horse mule, 15 hands
high; 850 pounds; chain around neck;
strayed off Jan. 6. Finder please no-
tify J. R. Pennington, route 3. ltp
STRAYED—Black horse mule, weignl
about 850 lbs., been gone two and half
months. Reward. Notify McGuire’s
Dairy, phone 113 47-2t
WANTED—Chickens, eggs, turkeys. See
us before you sell. Rockdale Poultry
and Egg Co., opposite I.-G N. depot, tf
MAN WANTED—For Rawleigh Route
of 800 families. Good profits for hust-
ler. We train and help you. Write
today. Rawleigh Co., Dept. TXA-640-
SA2, Memphis, Tenn. 47-5tp
BATTLE DANCE—At Shady Grove
Saturday night, Jan. 12. Ribbeck’s Blue
Boys against McNeil’s Melody Boys.
Admission *0c; from 8:30 to 1. ltp
INITIAL $1.00 PAYMENT affords $150
certificate for persons between one
month and eighty years. Lone Star
Burial Association, Cameron, Texas.
Agents wanted. tf
PHONE 205—Cleaning, pressing and al-
terations. Your satisfaction guaran-
teed. Delivery service. Jdck’s Tail»r
Shop. m U
FLOWERS—For all occasions; best
quality, quickest service. Representing
Reed, the Cameron-Temple Florist. I
will appreciate your orders. Florence
Louise Dunnington, phone 107. tf
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS — For any
make machine. Standard, dependable
ribbons that will give you the best of
service. Fresih stock always on hand.
Let your home printer supply your
typewriter needs. We stand behind our
fendant, said petition alleging: Sta-
tutory grounds of 3 years abandon-
Herein fail not, but have you before
said court on the said first day of the
next term thereor, with your return
thereon, showing how you have ex-
ecuted tine Muni.
Witness, Penn Wolf, clerk of the-Dis-
trict Court of Milam county, Texas.
Given under my hand and the seal
of said court, in Cameron, this the
7th day of January, A. D. 1936.
Clerk of the District Court,
48-4t-eg Milam County, Texas.
♦ COURT HOUSE NEWS +
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"Cecil M. Jerden and Marjorie L.
Johnie Thomas and Annie Kelley.
Albert F. Yakesch and Meriea Todd.
E. C. Kiser and Eula Wigginton.
Charlie Williams. and Agnes Frank-
Leonard Green and Robert Lee At-
Dempsey Allen and Laurine Mose-
Thomas Wohleb and Alice Gregory.
Gilbert Reyes and Angelita Ranzel.
John Pecan, Jr. and Jesueita Pena.
14iixi' Huwi 4-ii ■» tub M««t»
'Pile Tangle wood 4-H Club girls met
Jan 7, 1935 at ihe school house
At this meeting the girls, the sponsor
and Mrs. Ina Mae Thannisch ,tbe Lee
county Home Demonstration Agent,
met to discuss how, when and where
to build a hot bed. for tomatoes.
Seed should not be planted In a hot
bed until the temperature has reached
its height and settled down to 90 de-
gree after the seed have come up the
temperature for tomatoe planus should
range between the temperature of 80
and 75 degrees.
Our next meeting whi be with our
sponsor, Miss Lightsey, at either the
community house or the school house,
January 15, 1935.
MISS JESSIE ALEXANDER
Tanglewood II-D Club
The home demonstration club met
Jan. 7 in the home of Mrs. E. L. More-
land, with eight members present.
Mrs Ina Mae Thannisch, Home De-
monstration agent gave demonstration
on how the New Deal clothes closet
should be built, stressing the point it
should be 24 to 26 inches in depth,
this depth being sufficient to accom-
modate clothes hung on the length-
wise rod and door should open near
shelves to furnish light.
Next meeting will be Jan. 21 at the
club house. A program “Meaning of
the A. A. A.” will be discussed by S. E.
Lynn, Mrs. U. P. Boswell and Mrs. M.
MISS MARY PROVENCE
inve ligating crun« tonight protected
the sale of approximately 866,000 pints
of drug store liquor today in “dripping
Liquor may be legally sold in Texas
only by a physicians prescription or
for .saciacnental purposes.
“Many drug stores have been con-
vened into veritable aaloons. Despite
state prohibition laws, a great number
of Texans are getting their liquor at
drug stores without even the formality
of a physician's prescription,’' the com-
i mli/toc o import rcid.
' The committee found one retail
druggist apparently sold whiskey at
the rate of four pints per minute. He
reported sale of 373.344 pints in 90
days. None was prescribed
104 Pints Each Day
Liquor sales by 37 retail druggists
e ported wki
ice lam April
! !i*M pint*
per day per
hi 8638 drug
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
You are hereby commanded to sum-
mon Lloyd Mason, by making publi-
cation of this citation once in each
week for four successive weeks previ-
ous to the return day hereof, in some
newspaper published in your county,
to appear nt the next regular term ol
the District Court of Milam county,
to be holden at the court house thereof
in Cameron, on the 4th day ol March,
1935, the same being the 1st Monday
in March, 1935, then and there to an-
swer a petition filed in said court on
the 7th day of January, 1935, in a
suit numbered on the docket of said
court No. 11171, wherein May Mason
is plaintiff and Lloyd Mason Ls de-
li ceds Recorded
Robert S. Isaac et ux by sub. tr. to
Union Central Life Ins. Co., 292 1-2
acres of the A. F. Punchard erant,
Scarbrough & Hicks Co. to J. A. |
Pouncy, 30 acres of tne James Dunn
J. A. Pouncy et ux to J. C. Pouncy,
30 acres of the James Dunn grant,
Henry C. Hensel et al to Charles
Hensel 55 acres of the Frances Zellner
Henry C. Ilensel et al to A. E. Hen-
sel, 20 3-4 acres of the Frances Kellner
J. L Quinn et ux to Minnie Quinn
Bragg, undivided one-half interest in
S. E. one-fourth of block 21 in the
town of Thorndale, $250.
Union Central Life Ins. Co. to W. T.
Rudder, 125 3-4 acres of the Lewis
Lomas grant, $2,415.
I. H. Warren et ux to H. H. Coffield
40 acres of the H. Martin grant, $10
and other valuable considerations.
W. H. Cast to Elijah Cast, 168 1-2
acres of the Daniel Robertson grant
C. W. Wade to Edgar E. Wade, lot
80x100 feet in the Wm. Allen survey,
W. E. Gaither to Cora Langston 52
acres of the W. H. Temple survey,
Louie M. Jenness et ux to Mrs. Fan-
nie Noak 70 acres of the J. J. Acosta
E. G. Simms et al
Phillips, let in bicck 35 in city of Rock-
dale in the Elizabeth Simms, deceased,
D. H. Sanford et ux to John T. ;
Hause, 31 acres of the subdivision of
the Schmidtekamy tract, $1 and other.,
considerations. v I
Union Central Life Ins. Co., to R.
L. Batte, 241 1-4 acres of the Joel,
Moore league, $5,000.
T. S. Henderson et ux by sub. tr. to
Union Central Life Ins. Co., 196 1-3
acres of the J. J. Acosta grant, $4,000.
F. O. Ketchem to F. O. Ketchem
Mortgage Co., 50 acres of the Wm.
Punchnrd league, $10 and other val-
Elvine Harris Pruett et ux to G. W.
Robbins. 81.9 acres of the Miguel Da-
villa grant, $800.
Oil and Gas Leases
Percy George to H. H. Coffield, 105
acres of the John Noland survey, $10.
New Autos Register***!
Sapp Motor Co., Cameron, Plymouth
4 door sedan, t. n wood. Cameron,
Plymouth 4 door sedan. Border State
Grocery Co., Rockdale, Chev. standard
coupe. Fred Palmer Mfg. Co., Rock-
dale, Chev. truck.
Grand Jury Meets
The following grand jurymen were
empaneled Monday morning for the
January term of court: M. M. Camp,
T. W. Beard. Otto Kelm, J. W. Mc-
Atee, Ed C. Pagel, Will Vogelsang, M.
E. Ashley, L. S. Cunningham, R. M.
Diver. W. R. Looney, L. W. Marek,
Jim Baskin, foreman.
Bailiffs: R. S. Wiley, B. F. Bailey,
b. S. Hickman, W. C. Colvin, George
Gamble, B. R. Mculdin, Carl Mnrbur-
ger and I. J. Gant.
Builds a Clothes Closet
The rod for hanging clothes in a
clothes closet should be round and
preferably metal. The clothes closet
newly built in the A. L. Turnipseed
home has such a rod with no expense—
a rod from a model “T” Ford. The
Turnipseed family have a very con-
venient ciothes closet. 5 1-2x9 feet with
the cost of paint, hinges, nails and
lumber amounting to $5.
Adds Hotbed to Garden Plans
A 6x6 feet hotbed that is large
enough for an average farm garden
has been added to the garden plans for
Nannie Jean Sherman garden demon-
strator of the Lawhon Springs 4-H
Nannie Jean with the aid of her fam-
ily dug the 6x6 feet pit, eighteen inches
deep. This pit was then filled with
manure to give the necessary heat for
the seed that will be planted in the
6 inches of soil that was placed above
the manure. The seed will be covered
with 1-4 inch of soil.
Official Statement of Financial
Condition of the
ROCKDALE STATE BANK
at Rockdale. Slate of Texas, at the
close of business on the 31st day of
December, 1934, published in The
Rockdale Reporter, a newspaper
printed and published at Rockdale.
State of Texas, on the 10th day of
Loans and discounts, on
personal or collateral
Don't let them get a strangle bold. Fight
them quickly. Creomulaion combine* 7 help*
in one Powerful but harmleM. Pfeaaant to
take. No narcotic*. \ our is
authorized to refund your money aur. the
spot if your cough or cold is not relived by
STOP THAT ITCHING
If you suffer from a skin troiArle,
such as Itch, Eczema. Athlete’s Pool,
Ringworm, Tetter or Pimples, we will
sell you a Jar of Black Hawk Oint-
ment on a guarantee. Price 50c.
Baldridge Sc Prewitt, and Quebe
Drug Store. Rockdale. 34-15t
Loans secured by real es-
Securities of U. S., any
State or political sub-
Customer’s bonds held
for safekeeping ...........
Banking House ..........
Furniture and Fixtures .
Real Estate owned,
other than banking
Cash and due from ap-
proved reserve agents..
Stock ar.d-or assessment
Federal Deposit In-
Other Resources: Collec-
tions in Transit ............
—The M. S. Cohn Store has
been moved from its old loca-
tion, and we are now “at
home” in our new location
next door to Quebe drug store
on North Main street.
—Your business will be a pore,
M. S. Cohn
Jim Nabours, Early
Trail Driver, Dies
Cameron, Jan. 5.—Death ended the
cclorful life of James (Jimi Nabours
in El Paso this week. He was the
uncle of Ilomcr Nabours, county clerk
of Milam county.
Jim Nabours was born in Milam
county, but left here in 1877 and mov-
ed to Lincoln county. New Mexico.
He was one of the early trail drivers j
and was foreman of the grand jury
which indicted Billy the Kid. He also ,
| figured in the story “North of 36.” by J
to Mrs. Bessie Emerson Hough. Mr. Nabours moved !
to El Paso several years ago. I
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Income Debentures sold. none.
Total Capital Structure... 50.000.00
Surplus Fund ..................... 22.500.00
Undivided Profits, net ...... 11.528.28
Individual Deposits sub-
ject to check, including
time deposits due in
30 days................. 433.862.29
Time Certificates of De-
posit ............................ 90.600.10
Customers’ Bonds deposit-
ed for safekeeping.......... 43,000.00
TOTAL .......................... S651.490.67
State of Texas,
County of Milam.
We. H H Comp, as president, and
John T. Hale, as cashier of
said bank, each of us, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of our knowledge
H. H. CAMP. President.
JOHN T. HALE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 8tli day of January, A D. 1935
T. B. RYAN,
Notary Public, Milam County, Texas.
Correct—Attest: Thos. S. Barkley.
W. E. Gaither. J. W. Gamer, E. A.
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Sharp 4-H Club
Sharp 4-H Club Met Wednesday,
January 2, at 9:00 o’clock at the home
of Mrs. C. R. Middleton.
Miss Strange helped the girls to cut
out their cook aprons and showed the
finishes for them.
Miss Strange discussed the year-
books and explained them to the girls.
The next meeting will bo with Mrs.
Middleton, January 17, at which time
she will show the girls how to make
a cutting bed.
Remnlgton portable typewriters can
be bought at the Reporter office lot
as little as $5 a month. Cheaper ano
more satisfactory than renting a ma-
chine. Investigate today. There Is a
LIVING ROOM SUITES
AND ODD PIECES
This is the place to buy all your repair parts. We give
every order our prompt attention. We carry John
Deere Points, Oliver Steel Points, Oliver Cast Points—
in fact, we carry a complete line of Middlebuster points.
Steel Beam Plow
A. O. 8-INCH A A
With Extra Point ........................................
Steel Beam Plow
B. O. 9-INCH
With Extra Point
John Deere Plow
With Extra Point
See us for Collars, Bridles. Humes, Trace Chains, Col-
lar Pads. Rope. Our line is complete; and our prices
E. M. Peebles & Sons
Undertakers and Embalmer*
HARDWARE AND FURNITURE
DAY PHONE 55; NIGHT PHONE 126
THF RADIO BUSINESS
We are pleasing many custo-
mers even- week. Our stock
is now limited but we are ex-
pecting a new shipment of
battery and electric models
within the next few days
If you are interested in a
Radio, by all means, see us!
W. T. PEARSON
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Cooke, John E. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1935, newspaper, January 10, 1935; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth693750/m1/5/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.