The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. , No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1929 Page: 2 of 6
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C. C. ANDREWS..............Editor
EDWIN ANDREWS, Associate Editor
Austin, July 23.—Daily flow of
crude petroleum in Texas during the
month of June averaged 836,000 bar-
and 686,000 barrels in June, 1928, sta-
Entered as second class matter May j tistics compiled by Bervard Nichols,
5, 1902, at the post office at Celina, J editor of the Texas Business Review,
Three Months...................40c re*s’ a&ainst 808,000 barrels in
Texas, under act of March 3, 1879.
Brief News Items From
All Over Lone Star State
$ * $
THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1929.
Gunter News Items
L. D. Barbee was in Dallas Monday.
3ffr. and Mrs. P. E. Pruitt visited
in Dallas during the week-end.
Ivan Sotten, 25, a border patrolman,
was killed Saturday at El Paso by
Mexican liquor smugglers when Sot-
ten and five other patrolmen engaged
in a half-hour gun battle with smug-
glers along the Rio Grande.
Before a crowded courtroom the
sanity trial of H. J. Leahy, under
death sentence for the slaying of Dr.
J. A. Ramsey of Mathis, got under
way at Georgetown Monday.
We make a
Read your H(
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Block visited
at Wood Lake Sunday.
issued monthly by the Bureau of Busi
ness Research of the University of
“This is by far the highest daily
output on Record,” Mr. Nichols said. |
“A total of 25,079,000 barrels was i
gathered during the month, compared!ing of John Glenn> former oil supply
to 25,034,000 barrels in May. During salesman in Breckenridge on Thanks
C. B. McBride, charged with mur
der in connection with the fatal shoot-
the first six months of the year, 145,-
135,000 barrels were produced,
giving night of last year, was given
25 years. McBride had been convict
Ernie Baker is sending some time in
Elouise Hale made
a short visit
Tony Williams was in Sherman on
against 124,750,000 in the first half j ed of the same offense in another
of 1928. - county, but the case was , reversed and
“Field work was less active in June i ^as^ tri&i was held in Albany on a
than in May, but the number of new chan£e venue.
Mary Lee Baker returned
Sunday fter a visit in Celina.
wells completed was considerably
above that in June, 1928. During
June, 580 new wells were completed,
which makes 3,492 for the first half
of the year. In June, 1928, 445 new
wells were drilled and 3,429 were com-
pleted in the first half. There, were
309 producers among the new wells in
June this year, which brings the total
for the half to 1,860, or only four
home more successful wells than in the first
six months of last year.”
A Beaumont lawyer became some-
what vexed at a radio in a restaurant
near his home going night and day for
several months and picked up his rifle
and went over. He took good aim
and silenced it with three shots.
* * *
A one-minute session of the Senate
was held Friday. President pro tern
Russek rapped for order and Senator
Holbrook moved that the body adjourn
The death penalty will be asked in
the case of Roy Duty, 25, charged at
Dallas with criminally assaulting a
12-year-old girl several weeks ago in ,
a Dallas rooming house after he had j
induced her to enter the plaee.
Two rum-runners were killed near
El Paso Monday night. The smug-
glers took their dead and wounded
back to Mexico. Two passenger cars,
three automobile trucks and 200 gal-
lons of liquor were also captured.
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An unidentified man died at a Dallas
hospital Monday night of heat pros-
tration. He was found on a down-
town street at 3 o’clock in the after- 1
noon and taken to the hospital. His
fever reached 107 degrees.
Friends there is a growing demand from t
better quality of eggs, which means we need yt
meet the demand. We have tried to make it ea
ing you a market where you can sell your eggs
died. When you bring in rots, small or dirty
against your own interest. Let’s pull together
and higher prices.
. H. Rucker Casl
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cole visited in
Miss Myrtle Millen visited friends
in Sherman Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Vaugh were vis-
iting in Leonard last Friday.
O. D. Williams was a
Mr. and Mrs. Orndoff have been vis-
iting in Dallas this week.
TRY THIS RER!
A1 Lowry was called to Dallas Sat-
urday by the illness of his brother.
Mrs. Hussey and daughter of Den-
ton spent a few days last week with
Mrs. A. C. Bennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grissom, of
Shreveport, were visitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hale, last week.
H. Mynatt, who is attending the
Teachers College at Denton was here
-during the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E Rogers and fam-
ily visited relatives in Rockwall Sun-
Mrs. Cleo Johnson of Lorenzo, Tex-
as, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Gunter.
Both of our doctors report very lit-
tle sickness in the community at pres-
We wish to inform the public again that we are
manufacturers of a complete line of feedstuff for
cows and chickens and will be pleased to supply your
wants in this line, and at the same time assure you
that your business will be greatly appreciated.
If you have never used our products we urge
that you do so immediately and be thoroughly con-
vinced that they are of a high grade.
Celpia Mill & Elevator Co.
J. L. LEVERETT, M. D.
Dr. J. L. Leverett, prominent Paris,
Texas, Physician and Specialist, is at-
tracting National attention with his
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nosis and advice about your trouble,
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It penetrates the pores—invigorates tl
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SAVE WITH SAFETY.
Special This W»
Dyer & Jot
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Scoggins of
Slayton are visiting home folks this
H. Gunter has bought two new
Black Jacks to entertain those who be-
come “locoed” during the picnic.
Mesdames Robert Block, Joe Gib-
son, Paul Hale, and W. E. Dickey,
were in Sherman Monday.
A boy weighing ten pounds was
born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Orie El-
A. O. Smith was in Dallas Tuesday
attending a meeting of the I. T. A. in-
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WHY RUN THE RISK
of burning up your property and sustaining personal I
injury by cleaning and pressing your own clothes, *
when we will clean and press them so efficiently at
such low cost ?
Jess Myers had both feet painfully
cut by pieces of broken glass in a
small pond where he was wading Sun-
A lady by the name of Cochrane,
who was travelling through on a mo-
torcyle with a man, fell from the rear
seat and sprained her ankle and other-
wise bruising herself considerably,
Friday. After having her wounds
dressed, she continued on her way.
Call 22 and lessen the probability of a fire or a
serious accident by having us send for your garments
which need cleaning and pressing.
Roy Strickland^ Your Tailor
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Day and fam-
ily enjoyed a family reunion Sunday.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Day and family, of Kaufman; Mr.
and Mrs. Nolan Day, of Gunter; G.
W. Herbert, of Denison; and Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Hoffman, of Kansas City
Gas will be off here on Sunday ev-
ening, July 28 for five hours, begin-
ning at 1 o’clock Community Gas
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The Stone Hatchery
Feed your hens Kimble Milling Co. Egg Mash and r
bring your eggs to the Stone Hatchery, ii you want oesi f
results. We have »
Some Good Diary Feed Cheap
Can supply a few pairs Red Carneaux mated pigeons
See us for dependable used cars.— j
Russell Kelsey Motor Co.
Misses Tootsie Smith and Mozelle £
Stanford are visiting friends here. ' ‘
H. R. Stone, Manager.
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. , No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1929, newspaper, July 25, 1929; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth772947/m1/2/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.