The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1930 Page: 4 of 8
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Every woman who desires wear and proper fitting in under-
garments can not afford to miss this Great Reduction Sale. Only
a very limited amount of each style, so come early. Sale for
One Week Only—November 21st
X-Mas Shopping now.
jdj M unsing wear Bloomers are the
=§ Best-Fitting Bloomers Sold !
to November 29th. Do your =
Munsingwear pajamas and
negligees have beautiful color
combinations. Only a limited
supply. See them.
$3.50 pajs. and coats-
$4.50 pajs. and coats-
$3.25 Night Gowns—
If you have never EE
worn a Service- EE
Weight Munsing'- £=
wear hose, you don’t EE:
know what real ser- EE
vice is. Our chiffons EE:
are sheer and long- EE
wearing. Munsing ho- jrE
siery is 30-in. long, EE
full cut, expertly EE
tailored and full- EE
$1.50 Dull Sheer
$1.95 Dull Sheer
The Texas Election Bureau an-
nounced Thursday night its final
tabulation of votes in Tuesday’s
general election, showing a total
vote counted of 200,189, from 190
counlies out of 253, inrludin^ 20
complete. A.F. Henning, direc-
tor of the bureau, said probably
100,CM) votes were left uncounted,
but they were not expected to
change, the proportionate ‘leads,
The tabulation follows:
Legislative Terms—For, 90,067;
Legislative Salaries—For, 82,-
594; against, 53,259.
Supreme Court—For, 97,249;
Un i versify Investments—For,
87,935; against, 48.011.
t University Land Tax—For. 93,-
565; against, 43,495.
For Governor—Ross S. Ster-
ling, Democrat, 162,418; William
E. Talbot, Republican. 37 771.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22
ALL NEW STOCK
H See our Fownes Kid and Suede
§j§ pull-on dress gloves.- They are
=e beautiful !
fzz All Merchandise in this Store
= reduced. See our many Bar-
11 gains. You can save money
== here !
Munsingwear teds, $1.95 value L-
petticoats, $1.50 value$1.19 r~
Misses’ pajamas, $3.00 values jj§
Misses’ coats, $3.00 'values ee
Misses and Children’s bloomers, s
$1.25 values for 89c =
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR MUNSINGWEAR
Mrs. J. R. Williams and family
visited in Weatherford during the
Mr. and Mrs. 1L W. Green vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren
of Odessa the past week.
Amvyl and Malcolm Lee Owen
of Jacksbor.o spent the past week
with their aunt, Mrs. ,J. R. Will-
Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Owen were
'i Jaeksboro Saturday.
Evelyn Williams spent the week
'lid with her sister Leeann at T.
\V. C„ Fort Worth.
Mines. G. A. Owen and .T. A.
Xelkner of Jaeksboro spent Tues-
b-.v with Mrs. J. R. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery of
Jaeksboro visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Franklin the past week-end.
C. W. Potts and family and T.
A. Owen and «oq, Harvey, were
in Jaeksboro, Saturday.
8 !bs, Lard ________95c
Currants, 1 pkg. 15c
Candied Cherries, lb, 62c
Candied Pineapple, lb. 55c
Orange Peel, lb. 35c
Lemon Peel, It). ____________ 35c
Citron It). ______......r:. . ' , 50c
Figs, 2 pkgs. for .1 __________________15c
Dates, pkg. ________ ____________________________ 22c
Almojids, lb. ..._______________________ \ ; 28c
Brazil Nuts, lb._______:__________________■ - 28c
Walnuts, lb. ______.__________.. 29c
Raisins, 4 lb. pkg. .................... 39c
Carrots, bunch .. .!........1 ________ 7c
Lettuce, head __________________ 6c
Spuds, 10 lbs.______________________________ 34c
Oranges, doz. ...___________________________32c
Lemons, doz. .... :.................. 22c
East Texas Ribbon Cane Syrup, gal.__ 90c
Broom _______________:___________: .......45c
Mops—16-inch ______________________________..rV.__;_ 39c
Spaghetti or Macaroni, 4 pkgs. .LA,.. 25c
Lima Beans, 5 lbs.
Camay Toilet Soap, 3 bars
Wamba Coffee, 8 lbs.
Magnolia Coree, 3 lbs___________
Mothers Cocoa, 2 lbs.
Rib roast, 1 It).
Sliced Bacon, 1 lb.
Large Sack of Corn Meal
Tuberculosis Christmas Seals.
PRICES GOOD—CASH OR CREDIT
SPIVEY & COOPER
Boaz Dry Goods Co.
Austin.—The phrase ‘‘Rod Cross
Seals” is a misnomer, according
to a joint statement issued by
the National Tuberculosis Asso-
ciation and the American Red
Cross, a copy of which bus been
received by the Texas Tubercu-
losis Association. The proper
term is Tuberculosis Christmas
j-z: I Seals. The seal is no longer sold
by the Red Cross and has not had
any connection with the Red Cross
since 1919. It is manufactured
by the National Tuberculosis As-
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Gleanings From Our Exchanges.
A step of tremendous impor-
tance to Young County was taken
by the county commissioners dur-
ing their session, Monday, when
they authorized the advertisement
for bids for construction of a new
sinners on December 12, and the | officially completed on its accept-
contract let to the successful bid-
der. Interest bearing warrants
will be issued for financing the
construction, which should be un-
der way by the end of the year.
Decision is yet to be made as to
the exact location of the new
ance by the State Friday after-
noon. State engineers pronounc-
ed it O. K. and the contract of the
McClung Construction Company
of Fort Worth has been complet-
ed. Men who know concrete
roads have stated that this is one
court house. I be need for a new j building on the court ’ house of the best; roads in the State and
building lias Jong been felt by , S(|llare, though it is probable that I that the Construction Company
county officials, and this was con- ^ wj|j |)(, cither north or ! lias left a lasting monument to
sidered an auspicious time to get! 80U||l 0j- t]le present court house, i their skill as road builders.
TiCtZjrt, ...................... ' j^broebaorton Tribune.
The vote of the Commissioners I r,
was three to one in favor of the! The concrete lyghway leading • unset, .Nov. 10.— ie Sunset
a month for readjustment. Quite
a number of stockholders have
been added to the number already
holding shares. Tiie bank re-
opened in a much better condi-
tion than it had been in within a
number of years. Elmer T. Wil-
son, formerly of Jaeksboro, con-
tinues as cashier of the bank. The
Sunset State Bank is one of the
oldest banking institutions in
Montague County and, it has been
officially stated, was in fair con-
dition until a pessimistis rumor
of depositors to withdraw their
sociation and distributed by the
state associations and their affil-
iated chairmen. The proceeds of
the sale in Texas is used to carry
on the health work of the tuber-
culosis societies in this state.
They have been sold each year
since 1911 in Texas. The Texas
Tuberculosis Association, which
was formerly known as the Texas
Public Health Association, is plan-
ning an increased sale of the little
seals this year in order that they
can adequately support an in
through the annual roll call and
through special contributions in
times of ^disaster. By agreement
between its national headquar-
ters and the National Tuberculo-
sis Association the roll call is lim-
ited to the time between Armis-
tice Day and Thanksgiving and
the public sale of Tuberculosis
Christmas Seals begins the day
after Thanksgiving. At that
time thirty-two million seals i^ill
be offered to the citizens of Texas
creased, program of activity. | and it rs expected that they will
The red Cross raises its money'find a ready sale.
erection of a new Imilditnr. Bids! from the Presbyterian Church to j Stilte Bank was re-opened Satur-
will be opened by the cmnmis- i t lie Shackelford County line was j day after being closed for about
Saturday afternoon of last
week announcement was made of
the approaching marriage of Miss
Louise Patterson of Grandfield
and Roland Haverstock, at a love-
ly party and miscellaneous show-
er in the bride elect’s home town.
The wedding will take place in
the First Baptist Church atGrand-
tield on November 29. Mr. Hav-
erstock is thi> son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Haverstock of the Harvey
and Lotta Haverstock Company
of players. He has appeared here
numbers of times, mixing and
mingling with Tipton folk as did
his genial parents. His wedding
to Miss Patterson holds much in-
terest to many people who will
sincerely wish them happiness.—
Tipton (Okla.,) tribune.
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Vernon, Nov. 16.—Construction
of the Frisco extension from Ver-
n on to Seymour will proceed as
soou as the right of way has been
secured and work on this project
is proceeding satisfactorily, ac-
cording toF.G. Jonah of St. Lou-
is, chief engineer of the Frisco.
Jonah, arrived here Saturday for
a visit with Vernon business men.
J- H. Halligan is in charge of the
right of way work out of Vernon
and has been in the city for about
t.wo weeks. Jonah declined to
comment on the construction date
for the extension but indicated
that it would probably be about
Jan. 1, 1931, as previously an-
nounced here. Jonah also declin-
ed to comment on possibilities
the Rock Island connecting
tension with the Frisco at Ven
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Dennis, J. R. The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1930, newspaper, November 20, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730525/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.