Coleman Daily Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 38, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 14, 1951 Page: 4 of 6
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PAGE FOUR THE DAILY DEMOCRAT-VOICE, COLEMAN, TEXA3
Business & Professional Directory
L. EMET WALKER
307 Office Bid*.
Cleaning - Pressing - Alteration*
Dial 3316 411 Liveoak
County Maps For Sale
Bettle McCulloch, Mgr.
H'eah McCulloch. Seey.-Treas.
403 Rank Building
Look your best
|§!| Wester's Dry
J02 Commercial Avenue
Fred Paddleford. Owner
OIL FIELD, SUPPLIES
OIL BELT TOOL CO.
Machine Shop and Welding
Oil Field TooU and Supplies
1 blk. E.—2 blks N, Courthouse
Daily D-V Classified Section
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1951
FOR. SALE — Used electric re-
frigerators. $35.00 up. No down
payment. Other outstanding bar-
gains, shop and save at'Jones
Electric Co.. (Hotpoint). 19-e
hay. Otto Wray, Fort Cobb, Okla,
Your Butane Gas Dealer
We are prepared to
as well as
Coleman Butane (las Co.
Burkett Highway- Phone 8371
FOR SALE — Dinette suite, wal-
nut; table, chairs, buffet. $83.-
00. A. D. Nichols, White Auto
| Store. 6-tfc
| FOR SALE — 1950 7 foot Leon-
i ard Electric refrigerator. Excel-
lent condition $200.00. 106 South
iNeches. Phone 3171. 15-p
FOR SALE — Used gas cook |
stoves. $5.00 down, $5.00 a month.
These stoves cook as well us a |
new one. Will trade for your old •
range. Givv Mercantile Co.
R. E. MURPHEY
Frank Orr Garage
For Better Auto Repairing
jount of Red, Green,
j Blks South State
..rage on Highway 67
FOR SALE — 1941 Four door;
Plymouth, excellent buy. S345.-;
lOO. Stovall Farm Equipment.
W. E. (Billy) Allen
Attorney at Law
Office in Courthouse
Dav Phone: 5396 — Night 3575
General Meet: «r. ■ Work
Oil Field ignition-Starters
Day Phone Night Phone
Corner Neches .& Live Oak
9-2<<l 103 Colorado 84.-
FOR SALE — 1948 Kaizer 4 door,
extra clean. $1095.00. Stovall
Farm Equipment. 16-c
FOR SALE — 1941 C-he
real bargain. $345.00.
FOR.RENT - Excellent business
| location. Traffic on increase.
Across street from
Ideal for business handling non-
buiky items. Phone 6001. Smith,
J.M. MS DONALD
FOR RENT — Nicely, furnished
garage apartment to adults only.
4 rooms and bath, close in. no
pets. Jeanette Blatherwick. 3471
.0 '726!. 14-c
• Sgt. and Mrs. Chas W. Bra-
shears of San Angelo have been
visiting her parents this past
week, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Le-
wallen. Mrs. Brashears will
spend this week in Coleman and
join heg husband at Brooksfield,
Just Arrived! Garden and lawn
suppl ies. Buy early and save
nv-mry. Will be scarce later.
Whiv/s Auto Store. 6-tfc
If its Anchor Clasp Envelopes
yon need let us help you. Sizes
9 p. 12 and 12 x 15 1-2. Democrat-
When you need office supplies
come to the Daily Democrat-
Voice. We have large supply
j on hand.
San Antonio, Friday. From there
they will go to Georgia, where
Sgt. Brashears has been assigned
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We still have a few Success
Desk Calendars left. In sizes 13
j and 19. Reasonable priced. The
] Daily Democrat-Voice.
Mrs. Sidney Claiborne and
daughter. Ann, of Amarillo are
spending this week in Coleman
with hen parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J, D. Barnett. Jr., and
son, Johnny Mack, of Sundown
are in Coleman spending a few
; weeks with her parents, Mr. and
; Mrs. Jack Gandy.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Vance and
family visited Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Stewardson in Rockwood.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders
! Following Flu
j After the flu is over and gone, the cough
that follows may develop into chronic
| bronchitis if neglected. Creomulsion
relieves promptly because it goes right
| to the seat of the trouble to help
loosen and expel germ laden phlegm,
, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw,
tender, inflamed bronchial membranes.
No matter how many medicines you
have tried Creomulsion is guaran-
teed to please you or druggist refunds
money. Creomulsion has stood the
test of many millions of users.
rehevej CougKl, Chcit Coldl, Acut« Bronchitis
daughters, Vivian from Odessa
and Doris Elaine, from Temple
visited with them over the week-
W. F. GIPSON
East Pecan Behind
Huh Dry Goods
What a thrill
you snap them,/
There’s no thrill like seeing your pictures the minute you take
them—with a Polaroid Land* Camera. Aim . . . snap—sixty
seconds later you hold in your hand a beautiful, lasting print.
Yes, it’s as simple as that to use the Polaroid Camera. No
liquids ... no dark room ... no fuss—the camera and film
do all the work.
ft O A 7 *> on easy terms
^ O 70 • * if you like
a Named lor lit larmier, Of. Unit H. land
REAL ESTATE e,
Accessonqs for Cars,
Trucks and 7 factors
Central Auto Supply
114 F, Pecan —- Phone 6301
Wet and Dry Wash
We pick up and deliver
Dial 4376 311 San Marcos
1 WANTED — To rent or would
! buy, two bedroom home. Write
i Box 900-F. Coleman. 14-p
calls for keeping
your car in
•see your garagemar
. Clark Auto Parts
Nationally Known Part*
Il« F.. Fe an Dial 2871
Wet Sc Rough-Dry
"Free Pick up & Delivery”
Phone 91128 — Abilene Highway
Mrs. Austin Purcell
■ Real Estate
118 W. College
] door West Dixie Theatre
WANTED — To Buy A Business.
| Write Box 900-G. Coleman. 19-p
I If You Want To...
E Z WAY
Laundry and Dr Cleanir
Free Pick-up and Delivei
on Dry Cleaning and Lau
109 Rosl'ia'.vt: - .......Phone
df You Want To Buy or Sell Any
Kind of Real Estate
JESS H. PEARCE
L 7, Term Man
FOR SALE — Six room house,
two blocks from high School,
heater, insulated. Needs some re-
pairs but will sell very reason-
able. Knight and Scott. 13-tfc,
| FOR SALE — 26x60 two story j
! W. O. W. building at Burkett. )
j Sealed bids will be accepted un-
| til February 15, 1951 by E. L. ,
I Harris, Consul, Burkett, Texas. '
SCRAP IRON YARDS
You like it—
It like you—
7-Op Bottling Co.
60! N. Neches
MF VII Mvrilti" I \CTOKV
Santa Anna Cutt-Off
Specialize in Inner-Spring
& Box Sprini
All work guaranteed
1 Dav Service
Phone 3251 or 3466
Highest Prires Paid
Tor scrap: iron, metal
u.-.t-u p.pc and building material
E. H. it\Y & SONS
l’hntie 7066 North Coleman
NOTICE - We trade for live-
stock above market price on all
appliances. You save ,we trade.
Jones Electric Co. (Hotpoint)
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Sell Pep Corn
Or Anything Else
I sc Vinir lliiilv \(iivs|iii|i(‘r
• « •
W. A. Finlay, Owner
End of E. 9th ■ Rhone 8276
McNutt Service Station
(ornrr C oncho and Walnut
HELP WANTED — If you are
interested in averaging around
$150 per week and willing to
work we can use a few top sales-
men. Greater demand for our
, product n"W than ever before.
I Good chance for advancement.
I Must have car. Write Oscar We-
j lander, 304 Film ore Amarillo,
Texas, giving background. 15-p
Across from J. E. Stevens
Tune-in wheel balancing
on the car.
Factory trained operators
while you wait
M. K. Will
Dial 7791 Coleman, Texas
Washing A Lubrication
216 S. Concho Dial 7878
AN EXPERT PHARMACIST IS
1 of as vital importance to you
' r.s an expert physician. Phone
2161 Mayes- Drug for prompt
Bring your small electrical ap-
pliances for repair to Gray Mer-
4 D. B. Wright
Weather stripping—Rockwool In-
furnished. No obligations.
Dr. A. M. Fischer
413-4-15 State Bank
MOVING & STORAGE
Walker Service Station
Winterize your car today
Large Supply of
Washing & Lubrication
320 W Live Oak — Phone 3311
WALLPAPER — We can make
; your home look like new- within
I only a few days! Newest designs
I in wallpaper. Expert interior dec-
; orating ideas. Come in and see
: us. Rockwell Bros, and Co,,
Lumbermen. Phone 3361. 20-c
GEO. D. RHONE
WHSE. & TRANSFER CO.
. Sft State Bank Building
Phene 7651 Coleman
J. M. COLBERT
"ANY THING MADE
OF SHEET METAL”
On Park Street
THERE is no guesswork
when Mayes Drug fills your pre-
scriptions. Phone 2161. 20-c
‘ Portable Welding
Hay and Night
Phone: Day 5286—Night 92187
Lecated H Meek north andenaae
Your last chance to obtain edu-
cational benefits under Public
Law 346 is July 25, 1951,
You must act now. Southwest
School of Printing can .help you.
Printers are in demand and the
pay is tops.
Our next class opens April 2,
1951. If you are” NOT disabled,
this will be your last chance to
enter before the GI benefits are
terminated. For information
write SOUTHWEST SCHOOL OF
PRINTING, 3800 W. Clarendon
Drive, Dallas, 11, Texas.
Newspapers will get more adver-
tising from Jolly Time Pop Corn
in 1951 than ever before, Howard
C. Smith, President of the American
Pop Corn Company, announced this
‘‘Our new 1951 advertising sched-
ules call for greatly Increased use of
newspaper space”, he said.
Mr. Smith, whose firm is recog-
nized as the world’s largest produc-
ers and packers of pop corn, said
their decision was based on 35 years
of experience in nationwide adver-
"Throughout the years we have
found that year in and year out
the local newspaper gives the ad-
vertiser real value for his money.
This is important not only to the
advertisers;” he said, “but also to
the people who buy his products.
For when advertising is wisely used
it actually helps lower prices. Ef-
fective advertising creates volume
sales, and volume sales make it pos
stole to produce on a mass produc-
tion basis at a lower manufacturing
“Advertising has undergone many
changes since we first put Jolly
Time Pop Com on the market 35
years ago" he pointed out. “Many
new methods and media have been
develoired, but the American news-
papers, serving the people in their
local communities, continue to be
a sound, dependable means of com-
munication and distribution . . , "
LET US HELP YOU PLAN YOUR NEXT
BABY CHICKS AND STARTED
chick* now at Wilson Grain Co’s
OCCO MINERAL COMPOUND
Write or call Buck Evans, 2511
4th St. or Phone 2
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Smith, Sidney S. Coleman Daily Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 38, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 14, 1951, newspaper, February 14, 1951; Coleman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth752284/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.