The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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June 2, 1921
City Ordinance No. —
' • -at'fii- and parkin"
<>]■' automobiles and other vehi- Parity of ;
eles upon the public square ijijjjg ExperiejSj
and fixing penalty for violat- ,
ing any of its*provisions: Vou tax the kidneyaj 4
1 >e it Ordained hv the City Com- them—
mi--ion of the City of Jaeksboro: They can't keep up
1. That hereafter no person al strain.
shall park any automobile, wagon, \ The hack, may give out—iCn^
buggy, or other vehicle, upon the ache and pain;'
public square in the City of Jacks- j Trinary troubles may set in.
boro, Texas, within twenty feet of i Don t wait longer—-take Doan s;
the curb line (that is, the outside j Kidney Pills. .CjB
line of the sidewalk around said ( Jaeksboro people tell you hffj®
square), for a longer period of they act. «
time than ten minutes, or park any Mrs. M. Wales says: “I have ta-r
motor-driven vehicle within forty ken Do«Cn s Kidney Pills for lameJ
feet-of the courthouse yard fence ness through the small of my bac™
or within twenty feet of any and across my kidneys. I have al-}
‘ * drive-to-the-Riglit ’ ’ post; and i ways found Doan’& to be just what■
all automobiles and other motor-1T needed for this trouble. T cheer-;
driven vehicles parked on said fully recommend this remedy toj
square shall be parked* between other kidney sufferers.” j
the said lines desiematedr-Mhat is Price 60c, at all dealers. Dpn’tj
to say between a line twenty feet simply ask for a kidney remedy—
from the curb line of the side-jgo* T)oan s Kidney Pills—the same
walk around the square and a that Mrs. Wafes had. Foster-Mil-
line forty feet from the courthouse burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.—
vard fence; (Advt.)
Court to Sit as Equalization Board-
May 26, 1921.—The Honorable^
Commissioners' Court 'of Jcak]
County, Texas, will sit as a Board:
of Equalization, for the purpose of
adjusting the rendition of taxes in
said county, at the term beginning
on the Second Monday in June,
1921. the same being the 13th day
of June, any person desiring a
change in their rendition should
appear before the court at this
time, and show reason why such
change should be made.
B. H. Hale,
(6-2) * County Clerk.
THE STATE OF TEXAS, j
County of Jack. J
By virtue of a certain Order of
Sale issued out of the Honorable
District Court of Jack County, on
the.8th day of March’, 1921, by J.
A. Hensley of said county against
J. J. Fearis for the sjM^^hx
ICO $634.55 Dollars
suit in cause No. 22m \ /H
- ! ■' A.
J J. Eeai'i.-. and plact^S :
hands for service : f. Sair^H
ers,. as sheriff of- Jack Co«f|s
Texas, did on the 28 da' v of A^m
1921, levy on certain real esS|
situated in Jaeksboro, Jaek CijjgK
automatically figures the new
The neatness, legibility and
infallible accuracy of mac hie
bookkeeping make it possible
for ns too handle yoyr account
even more efficiently than in
the past. Ia means better
service to you, because your
account is always in ‘balance
and there is no chance of an
error creeping in.
You expect your deposits to
bt strictly accounted for. This
additional safeguard that we
have thrown around the hand-
ling of our depositors’ money
guarantees you that protection.
We cordially invite you to
COme in and see how a machine
does our bookkeeping
wood hulls al
• tained by reqt
ive policy to insure your
interests by ail errbr-proof
The Burroughs Bookkeep-
ing Machines which we have
added to our equipment marks
another ^progressive step which
this bank has taken for the
purpose of giving our de-
positors better service and
increased proteeetion. Your
account on our ledgers is
made -out by this remarka-
ble machine, which records
the old balance, subtracts
checks, adds deposits and
cmeh or.rts.—that I? to say, a n»r
sen driving or nropellin" a vehi-
cle and proceeding South on the
West side of said square. East on
the South side of said square.
North on the East side, or West on
the North side of said square, shall
drive or propel such vehicle be-
tween the “Drive-to-the-Right”
posts and the curb line of the side-
walk: and when driving
j polling a vehicle North on the West
I ride of the sue are, East on the
j North side. South on the East side
| or West on the South ride of said
l" qua re, shall drive or propel the
• ■•‘me between such posts and the
weurthouse yard fence.
* Anv person frond snriltv of
M ' ding any provision of this or-
ldin'*”ee, upon conviction, shall he
j fined in any sum not less than One
j Dollar nor more than Twenty-five
Pen—- i *,r.ri approved .this the
31st day rf Mew A D. 1991. ,
E. L. Douglass, Mover.
Attest: * “ 1 vv
A. D. 0"-«us. Cit-v fllerk
JAS. W. KNOX,
C. A. WORTHINGTON,
V. P. & Cashier.
ty, described as follows. Do-wi^
Being a part of the J. W. BuCka^t
west half league sur. and being a
part of that of certain 20 acres
traet conveyed by W. A. Reeves to
John Thompson; Beginning at the
sale, in the
In the naval hospital at Balboa ; Take your Storage Battery trou
Park, California, is the youngest hies to
sailor in the United States Navy. ■ (6-9) Nanee-Perkins Motor Co.
Hp is thirteen years of age and
was assigned to the U. S. S. Mercy
a hospital ship, after he had re-
ceived training at Mare Island.
Oases or oak or ivy poisoning
should be treated with Ballard’s
Snow Liniment. It is antiseptic
and healing and a splendid reme-
dy for such troubles. Three sizes,
30c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold
by all dealers.—(Advt.) ((6-30)
S. W. cor. of a lot formerly owned < ’ounty.
by J. E. Dennis, which is 75 feet Witne
south of the N. W. cor. of said-day aid
Thompson tract; tlience east 208 j ■
feet to the S. E. cor. of said Den- (6-2) m
nis traet; thence south 133 feet, a jB
corner ; thence west 208 feet, eor. Whw
on west line of said Thompson j you nfl
tract; tlience north 133 feet to the Bitter™
place of beginning; and levied up- help dig'
on as the property of said J. J. edy for 1
Fearis. And on Tuesday the 7th $1.25 pe
The average meat consumption
of the world is said to be thirty-
nine pounds a head.
If you have reason to think your
child is suffering from worms, take
the safe eourse—use White’s
Cream Vermifuge. Worms can
not resist its excelling influence.
Price, 35c Sold bv all dealers.—
Citation on Application for Pro-;
bate of Will.
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of j
You are Hereby Commanded to
cause to be published once each)
week for a period of ten days be- j
ifore the return day hereof, in a
j newspaper of general circulation,
which has been continuously and
regularly published for a period of
'not less than one year in said
A pipe won't burn your V /
tongue if you smoke P. A.!
Get that pipe-party-bee buzzing in your smoke-
section! Know for a fact what a joy’us jimmy pipe
can and will do for your peace and content! Just
check up the men in all walks of life you meet daily
who certainly get top sport out of their pipes—-all
aglow with fragrant, delightful, friendly* Prince
Albert! • .
And, you can wager your week’s wad that Prince
Albert’s quality and flavor and coolness —and its
year in said
j Jaek County, a copy of the follow-
: ing notice:
i.The State of Texas
To all persons interested in the
Estate of H. V. E. Boruff, deceas-
ed, Marion A. Boruff has filed m
the County Court of Jack County,
an application for the Probate of
‘the last Will and Testament of
said H. V. E. Boruff:
ifited with said application, and for
Letters Testamentary which will
be heard at the next term of said
| Court, commencing on the First
iMonday in June, A. D. 1921, the
same being the 6th day of June A.
|D. 1921 at the Court House there-
of, in Jaeksboro, Texas, at which
jtline all persons interested in said
; Estate may appear and contest
said application, should they de-
jsire to do so.
I Herein Fail Not, but have you
before said Court on the said first
day of the next term thereof this
|Writ, with your return thereon,
showing how you* have executed
(SEAL) Given under my haml
Sand the seal of said Court^gM
fieo in Jaeksboro. Tex|J|M
■ ’ ’ < M
Prince Albert it
MU in toppy red
k|li tidy red tine,
and hall pound tin
humidor* end inthe
pound erystel glass
# the national joy sm
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The Jacksboro Gazette (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921, newspaper, June 2, 1921; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730827/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.