San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, February 6, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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A BOOST FOR SINTON AND SAN PATRICIO COUNTY
SAN PA TR1CIO
SINTON. SAN PATRICIO COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1914
was first on the program, and
along with many good things
said, he proceeded to turn over
the tickle box and the fun never
let up. Time was too short to
carry out all that had been
In accord with the announce-
ment made in last week’s issue
of the News, the Get-together
of the members and friends of
the Methodist' church was car-
ried out To a successful finish.
The Orchestra was in fine
trim, and did some of "'the nicest
work musically we have heard
in many a day. At the table
’they were equally Successful,
as evidenced .b y.-'the chicken
jbone scrap hSaps and remarks
by the ladies who handled the
cultivators, and now thaj, the plantfl
ing season will soon be here, we haves
everything the farmer will need In
the planting line. Come in and see j
our single and double planters andJ
cultivators * :
Have a big supply o.f the genuine
Mebane cotton seed at $1.50 per bu.
It pays to plant the best. 1
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Remember we have the" best flour
made. Ambrosia and White Wings.
Handle 2 to 3 ears a month;
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on .Account of removing to another building, we
I.sacrificing everything in our store at un-
L; heard of prices. ?
I ' Come and get the biggest bargains of your
Kfe while this furniture lasts. Ask for voting
Coupons, which are given away with each dollar
paid to us. To the lady having the largest num-
ber of votes, we give absolutely free a fine
Davenport, and/ as second prize a fine Library
Rocker, valued at $10.00.
his ability t o deliver- logically
and f^lly. to the edification of
all with his well timed ideas
on church fidelity.: Long may
his speech live and much ' good
|j)Say it do. Thank" £ou Bro. J. G.
(£*e have found you out, and we
now know where to look for tall
Good fellowship prevailed
throughout* everybody smiled,
grinned and laughed until the
word was passed a r o u n d.
Eureka! we must have this over
again. Those who were not
there simply missed ?C great
social feast, all who were there
are decidedly enriched by it.—
r p A second hand PIANO^uscd very little, and
Aitt fine condition, for the very low price of $85.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Phone No. II
win be about $300 a month.
league will not enter organi«Pf
ball but will be semi-pro in char^
acter,-Ralph Shiner, formerl$jf
the Sant^Antonio City League,
and now in business in Corptjfl^
Christi, will manage our club.
“We are looking for a good .
season, and everyone who fol-
lows baseball at all—and that is
nearly everyone in that section—
is enthusiastic over the outlook”
The above, taken from the San
Antonio Express, would indicate
that the Gulf Coast League will *
be very fnuch in evidence the
coming season. Let's all work*
together on this, and put anotli- - S
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Pfefs of ’Pri^ndship
401 Knights of Pyth-
|tors are requested to
meeting to be
Iday evening, Febru-
j4 at 7:30 o'clock. We
as our guest Bro. R.
m of Corpus Christi
)ly other visitors. It
it that’every member,
?e be present.
Secretary Harrison of Corpus
Christi Says Outlook is
Better Than, Ever.
V Let Us Assist You
Traveling This Road
By selling you better GROCERIES and FEED
for less money. Mr, and Mrs, Farmer, rejmernber
we are Headquarters, with the top prites for
Turkeys, Chickens, Dudks, Geese, Eggs, Butter
l and all country Produce. ' ’
Call and have us demonstrate our new DeLaval
Cream Separator now on displry.
That the Gulf Coast "Baseball
League this season will be run on
a bit more ambitious scale than
during its first season last year
is the prediction of F. B. Harri-
son, secretary of that circuit.
Secretary Harrisori is in San An-
tonio on business. His1 home is
Corpus Christi. ; -
“The circuit will include again
Corpus Christi, Sinton, Bishop,
Kingsville, Rockport and Aran-
sas Pass. Sinton won the pen-
nant last year,1 about twenty
games being"played by each club,
taking place on Sundays and
“It is the intention this year
to start Decoration Day and fin-
ish Labor Day, playing in all
about fifty games. The salary
. G. Martin,
er winning team oh the field.
amous J. M. Rigby strain
ama Sweet Water melon
dale at Sisco Bros. Gro-
>re, C. I. Albertson and
Etjr. Co. 46-8
Vendors Lein Notes paid off for " :sjj|
you quick.—Redus Land Co;* tf‘|||
M. H. Wagnon left Wednes-
day for Stuart, Oklahoma, where
he will make his future home. ]
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Enroll in Brown’s Business
College, Aransas Pass any time. '
Positions Guaranteed. 30-tf , A.*|jl
SET THE HABIT, TRADE AT
The JOYS of
Miss Emma Master&on enter-
tained the Baptist Philathea and
Baraca classes at her home last
Friday evening. The house was
beautifully decorcted with red
crepe hearts, strings of small
hearts from the ehandiliers to
the corners of the rooms, large
hearts in the windows, and the
heart motif was carried out in
the games /and refreshments.
Those present were: Misses Alma
and Beulah Bond, Mary Ellen
Corley Elsie Rush, Cenie Tillery,
Ethel Jones, Emma Masterson,
M r s. Arthur Gross, Messrs.
Sisco, Wfav, Schaeffer. Betscher,
Goodwin, Tillery, Mr, and Mrs.
Simons, Perry and ^leight.
The Embroidery Club met with
Mrs. W. A. Custis on Wednesday
afternoon of this week!
After the guests had' received
a cordial greeting they were
ushered ihto the sitting room
which was gay with a profusion
of beautiful roses. ./.■■■.
After a busy hour spent with
needles and work the hostess
assisted, by Mrs. Redus served a
most appetizing salad course
The next meeting of this club
| will be held with Mrs.’R. E. L.
George^on Feb. 18, at 3 o’clock.
Those present were Mesdames:
Redus, Custis, Cook, Bishop,
Russell, Moss, Cook, Haisley,
Me Gloin, Knox, Neal, Cochran,
Patronize the Bank With a Backing
UO one thing costs so little as a Bank, Account.
The very ^possession of a bank account
tssures contentment. It provides for emergency,
[t prepares you for opportunity. It creates
iignity ,and it iusures against waftt. Can you
ifford to be without a bank account?
Joseph JF. Green, President v
D. Odem, Vice-President . T
Geo.’.D. McGloin, 2nd V.-Pres.
^ D. E. Goodwin, Cashier
v J. ,S. McGloin, Ass’t Cashier
THE GUARANTY FUND BANK
County Court has been in ses-
sion this week, and several cases
have been disposed of. Attor-
neys Conn Brown of Aransas
Pass, D. E. Picton and Mayor
Hugh Sutherland o f Corpus
Christi were out of town lawyers
in attendance. /
Mr. Breriiger, a German who
recently arrived hete from the
Old Country, is improving a 160
acre tract of land south of town,
having a steam plow running
night and day..
\ a IE must continue to grow in strength and
W usefulness, and invite your patronage in Hie
belief, that reciprocal relations will contribute to
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
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San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, February 6, 1914, newspaper, February 6, 1914; Sinton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth717232/m1/1/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.