The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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THE PADUCAH POST
MICKIE, THE PRIN
By Curies SughfO*
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Paducah,, Toxm, May 18, 1929
"Injoying Life in a Grate City"
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THEY’RE ALL GOING
—to Ralph & Bob’s Candy Kitchen.
Won’t you come along too, where you
get real, good home-made candy, ham-
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burgers, ham sandwitches, cold drinks,
cigars and cigarettes.
We appreciate your trade.
Cleanliness is our hobby
RALPH & BOB’S CANDY KITCHEN
es in all fitlnrs.
for only $ 1 50.G.
Dr. 0. E. Looney of Swearin-1
, . • gen had business in Paduenh '
: We nave just received a nice Saturday. 811
assortment ■>:' pereal bouse dress-
Spr.dally priced Our store is noted for its good
X. K bertson. tilings to eat. Try us and we
will convince you.—Loftis Gro-
Prof. .). M. Pearsons was seen eery Co.
about the streets Saturday. W. C. West and family of Dali-
1 , w.u Hs «r‘’ visiting in Paducah this
10.000 potato yam .dips at "°h-1
son Grocery Co.
Our store is noted for its good
W. R. M"i;ldiu 01 sneedville f(iing.s to eat. Try us and we
Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the
FIRST STATE BANK
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If a sale can he made,
WILL MAKE IT.
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er Fir-t Xat
j Geo. Clark of Fairview
I to Paducah Saturday.
[light ho lse ke<p ng
Ben H Parrish win
is at pres-
camelpllt t.„mluet.ng a singing school
i at Chalk was in town Saturday.
J LOCAL J
Wiley Jones .,f Grow had busi-
ness in Paducah Saturday.
Osc<:: Barr •«• of < Tialk was
Pud 11 ill Saturday.
Our sen 1.■.• a rh.- best. If you
don t trunk so, we welcome any
.sugircsfinn for improvement
Slightly used player piano.
Would trade or sell. Phone 170.
'' 10. Box 411. lt-pd..
Lee Clark was seen on the j
We have just received a nice
' assortment of pereal house dress-
o- in all colors. Specially priced
| for only S1.50.G. N. Robertson.
R). Bailey had business in Pa-
I Another car of the original
| Light Crust Flour just arrived.—
Loftis Grocery Co.
H. V. Scott of Delwin was in
Get your monuments from Er-
vin Ford, Kirkland. Texas. I
“will not” be undersold. l-4t-pd.
Tom Moreland of Ginsite was
in town Saturday.
Our service is the best. If you
don't think so, we welcome any
suggestion for improvement. Tell
us. Loftis. j Mis,
Prof. S. M. Wilson of Dunlap j('wk
came to Paducah Saturday. Gay,
Plenty of Pi rto Rico potato
slips. Eitith's! 1 ei-h ■ - Gro. ( o.
Chill-1.;, Mil'll "f Sneedville
was Pa hi the latter part
! of tin- V"- k.
10.000 j 1'-•.]•-1 y - i ps at Hob-
son (if....... y 1 '. -
E. W Tii-Jina- a Sail Creek
was in Padii'-ai -l -i'iif - me trad-
]' •; f P Rii potato
slips Egglest.'ii-.Toiics Gro. Go.
will convince you.—Loftis Gro
E. W. McCain of the Sneed
ville community was in Padi
eah on business Saturday.
Smart gingham dresses for af
ternoon and street wear. Don’t
fail to see them. Special price at
■44.1b).—G. X. Roberteon.
at Paducah, State of Texas, at the dose of business on the 5th day
of May, 1922, published in the Paducah Post, a newspaper printed
and published at Paducah. State of Texas, on the 18th day of Mav
us and rvi.-o-.oi\»,jpevsero*' or collateral
Mrs. J. (’. MeKnight returm
from Quanali Sunday where si
had he.....indergoing surgic;
operations. She is reported nine
rs. and cash on hand . _______
Fund ................ 4,764.20
Fund ............... 9,246.66
Bank ................ 3,000.00
Bruce Spears of 1 h.-lk was in
Paduea 1 ttendii t business
yam slips at lloh-
10.000 pot it
son Groc-ry ( <
11. .s Wilson of Fairview
jin Paducah Saturday looking af-
Lost—A Mayo wrist watch,
foutid please return to Inez W; ,
The workers’ meeting meet
with the Dumont church on tin
night of the 5th and 6th days oi
•lime instead of the date mention
•d in last week’s paper.
See \\. B. Wood rum for mon
e,\ on first-class farms and ranch-
cs Ten year loans. 1-tf.
ttle: We, J. W. Woodley, as presi-
ishier of said bank, each of us do
itement is true to the best of our
For Sah1- - ( Top.teams
I-"-)' -(Irover Wilson,
Bud Clary left for Camiiaigne,
Blinoise, Monday where he wiP
eiintinue his course in the Illi-
nois.- University. Bud expects to
receive his degree this com-
and all "lencement
A'diraft of Buck
Paducah S itur-
1‘"r sale—Good Overland car.
Will s.JI cheap, or trade or take
if.Mid note. See If. B. Parks. 1-tf.
J. W. WOODLEY, President.
CIIAS. P. BOWMAN, Cashier.
* this 15th day of Mav, A. I). 1922.
W. 6. JONES,
ry Public Cottle County, Texas.
/eatherall, G. M. Yowell, C. A.
Jim Cansler was
Sum. ( gingham dresses for af-
ter ne- and street wear. Don’t
tail te see them. Speeial price at
44.9o. —G. N. Roberteon.
10.000 potato yam slips at Hob- .Plenty id P.-n „
sun Grocery Co. [slips. -----l-.u1• -'tun-.!mi. s Gp, Co. cription of them as to size, the
, . I r u- s. stones, where lost, etc., and pav-
John (dark had business in j ' • , >wearingen jng for this ad. o-3t
Paducah Saturday-. j- e-uieali Saturday on
| business i will be back in my office at
Another car of the original, the North Side Pharmacy, Padu-
Light Crust flour just arrived.- 1i.,?":!,-’‘Tp'V^j'"«h. Texas, after May 20ih, pre-
lr' pared to do all kinds of optical
,,,a ’ "t'k. Anyone needing glasses
- ""P | please call and see me.—Dr. C.
r ......1 ™ Howard, Optometrist.
Found—Some rings. OwneiMpMW1* ~ - . _______ _____
‘1',n !’/‘<:ure :same ea,1ing af Ha-heme is concerned. Dallas is|| Dallas fire deDartmeut ranks
d.t- ««I......... ......i'I.'mISc H:, iffc rly »d
Loftis Gro. Co. ' [nicely furnished
.nisheil rooms elns
Prof. O. R. Bridges of Delwin dueali Post,
country districts will have
use of it just as if the city
We have just received a new shipment of BRUNSWICK
Talking Machines, known the world over as having the most
wonderful tone of all machines made. You should hear one
to appreciate it. We have them in $65, $100, $150 and $200
rou can buy one, pay a part cash and the balance monthiv Bp
sure to see them.
We can supply your wants in Stationery, Toilet Articles
Drugs, Medicines, Prescriptions, Cigars and everything kept in
a first-class drug store. As a crowning act of enjoyment rVv
delicious Ice Cream and Soft Drinks.
We Sell for
Swint-Bumett Drug Co.
“Health Beats Wealth"
W? Sell for
i Farm For Sale—200 acres, _
; miles from Paducah, 150 acres in
| cultivation, average improve-
ments. Terms, one-third cash,
Gong time on balance. If this
lanu is sold within the next 30
days purchaser will collect the
n ut. Sec W. B. Woodrum. 1-tf.
FIRE PROTECTION FOR
Fire protection by the Dallas
fire department for all property
in Dallas County within reach of
i paved highways will be the're-
sult of a contract just made be-
tween the City Commisioners of
Dallas and the Dallas County Com-
miss oners’ Court.
Other results are expected to
be lower fire insurance rates in
the smaller towns of the county j
and the possibility of fire in-
surance being secured by rural
property owners who can not
ordinarily get insurance at any
Still another result is expected
to be a closer commnity feeling
between the rural districts and
the city of Dallas.
As far as the Dallas city fire
department is concerned, all the
county is in the city limits.
The arrangement is effective
Monday as far as facilities per-
mit. Other facilities will be ad-
ded as soon as the scheme c*n
be worked out in ail its details,
probably within ninety days.
Dallas county will be the first
county in Tei*s to give fir* pf0.'
United States to adopt it. Other [W
large cities in the country send I ^
their apparatus to the cniintrv -1-’1'*,
districts on call, unsally to neigh-! WP,1‘ t0 the C0Unt'V linP'~
boring small towns. Hut the!' *11*1*ress Post,
city of Dallas fire department ,r ~ ‘ 17 ,
will go to a burning farm house Man>’ a fellow I)u,s a dia,n0Dl1
ten or fifteen miles awi,v--lmj nn& on a Rirl’s fill?er dunng
it will go at the rate of f('-irU to j courtship and a washtub in front
fifty miles an hour—not a> a of her after marria?(>-
mere favor, but as a matter of j \Ve are quite willing to have
contract to extend it- protection all wrong severely punished, pro-
to all property in the comity with- vided we are the judge of right
in reach of its apparatus The and
tectiqp .to all it* -#«*£ MSI
Is Cordial! Invited
—to inspect our New Bakery, as
have everything in first-class style.
We want to please our customers
above everything else, and at any time
if you are not pleased, let us know.
want Hot Tamales, we have
J* -Vou want Hamburgers, and
roTr! 6]' r ^ave them, too. If you
uSSd U be-sure and call to see our
bujfing- If you want Bread
?’+etc” cal1 and see us—we
have damty treats of them.
?avte you the work and
ljaklng- It doesen’t matter
naii0tn 1 Want to huy anything now;
«oiMi?r nL US a?yway* We want you to
see our place of business.
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Carlock, E. A. The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1922, newspaper, May 18, 1922; Paducah, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720833/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bicentennial City County Library.