The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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THE GEUNA RECORD
C. C. ANDREWS. Editor anbManager
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THURSDAY, APRIL 20,1922.
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THE AMERICAN PREbS.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our thanks
to our friends for the many
courtesies extended and the kind-
ness shown us after the recent
cyclone that swept our home and
contents into debris. We also
J. T. Combs Dead
J. T. Combs died at the home
of his sister. Mrs. G, R. Wilson,
in this city, Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Combs was born in Hardin
County. Tenn., in 1852, but came
to Texas years ago. He resided
at Celeste for twenty years and
at Pottsboro for a time before
coming to Celina two years ago.
Nineteen years ago a stroke of
paralysis rendered Mr. Combs
helpless as far as getting about
was concerned, and to the day of
his death he had to be wheeled
about in a chair. Despite this
handicap he was one of the most
cheerful men one ever saw, hav-
ing a pleasant word and a smile
for everyone. He was a member
of the Methodist Church.
The service over the body was
conducted at the home by Revs.
Crandall and McCluney. Then the
body was conveyed to Pottsboro,
where it was laid to rest Sunday
Prosper News By
Prosper was visited, bv quite
a little storm Sunday night. No
damage right in town, but houses
were blown off their blocks all
around and trees uprooted. At
Rock Hill a house was blown off
the blocks and we hear that there
was some damage at Tioga.
desire to thank everyone who ___________
came to our assistance and helped; afternoon.
Deceased leaves two brothers
to remove the wreckage of our
home and all outbuildings. Es-
pecially do we thank the many
friends for clothing, and to those
who so generously donated we
thank very mueb.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hunn.
If you have been waiting for
lower prices, NOW is the time!
They can’t go any lower with-
out putting the man ifacturer
out of business. Take advan-
tage of these prices and let me
figure on your work. Satis-
faction guaranteed. Just tel-
and two sisters. The brothers
are B. L. Combs of Sulphur, Ok.,
and J.C. Combs of Ada, Ok., and
the sisters, Mesdames Wilson and
Freeling of this city. He was a
member of the Masonic and K. of
P. Lodges, and the ceremonies
at the grave were under the di
rection of the former.
To Voters Precinct 4.
This is to advise the voters of
Precinct No. 4 that I am in the
race for public weigher and kind-
ly solicit your vote and influence
in the July primary. As most
voters already know, I was born
in this precinct and have lived in
it all my life. I know many of
the voters and trust that I do not
presume upon my integrity when
I say that I have always given a
square deal to those with whom
I have had business dealings, and
it shall ever be my intention to do
so, whether the people see fit to
elect me to this office or not.
I assure you that your vote and
j influence will be remembered by
i me as a kind personal favor.
Fred D. Stelzer.
Mrs. Ben O’Brien is in a Dallas
sanitarium, where she under-
went a minor operation Wednes-
day. It is thought she may be
able to return home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crockett
and baby of Greenville and Mrs.
Couser of Celina, Mrs. Crockett’s
mother, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Frankie Sunday and Monday.
Homer Haris of Denton was
here Monday. Mr. Harris is now
Mr. and Mrs. Doyce Yarbrough
and son of Dallas spent last week-
end with relatives here.
Messrs. John and Till David-
son came up from Dallas Sunday
to visit their parents.
Miss Jessie Mae McKinney of
McKinney is spending a few
weeks with relatives eastof town.
Mrs. C. M. Wells was called to
the bedside of her grandson at
Houston. She will spend awhile
there for her health.
Mr, and Mrs. Allan Smith of
Dallas visited relatives here last
Miss Georgia Chapman has
closed her school and is now at
Tom Goodnight and M.C.Wells
visited the oil fields last week.
Mesdames T. E. Simpson and
W.B.Chapman and Miss Goldaree
Mitchell were shopping in Mc-
Kinney one day last week.
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Misses Elma Naugle and Leila
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former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Naugle, last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Daughtery
of Denton visited relatives here
Monday and Tuesday,
Miss Mary Pullen of Hutcher-
son visited relatives in Prosper
Little Miss Lorena Perry visi-
ted her sister, Mrs. Chesley Da-
vis, Saturday and Saturday.
Jerry Rutherford has gone to
Three Rivers to pitch ball for the
Mrs, Eugene Simpson had a
very painful accident Friday.
While Leoming down the front
steps at the home of Mrs. Chap-
man she caught the heel of her
shoe, throwing her upon her
shoulder and head, causing her
to be unconscious for more than
an hour. She was confined to
her bed for three or four days
but is now able to be out.
Jerry Johnson of Denton visited
homefolks Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Montgomery is at Fort
Worth attending the bedside of
her daughter, Mrs. Edna Simp-
son, who is suffering from a nerv?
Card of Thanks.
We take this means of express-
ing our appreciation and thanks
to our many friends and neighbors
for their help, whether in words
or deeds, during the illness and
death of our beloved husband,
son and brother. Especially do
we wish to thank Dr. Collins for
what he did to relieve his pain.
We feel he did all he could.
May God’s richest blessings be
upon each one of you and when
such hours come to you may
your friends be as kind to you
as ours have to us is the wish of
Mrs. W. B. Layman and children,
A. W. Layman and family,
R. F. Broyles and family.
I CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or Any Constable of
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND-
ED that you summon by making
Publication of this Citation in some
newspaper published in the county of
Collin, if there be a newspaper pub-
lished therein, but if there be no news-
paper published in said county, then
in a newspaper published in the near-
est county where a newspaper is pub-
lished, for four weeks previous to the
return day hereof, A. C. Swofford,
whose residence is unknown, to be and
appear before the Honorable District
Court, at the next regular term there-
of, to be holden in the County of Col-
lin at the Court House thereof, in the
City of McKinney, on the third Monday
in May, A. D. 1922, being the 15th day
of May, A. D. 1922, then and there to
answer a Petition filed in said Court, on
the 4th day of April, A. D, 1922, in
a suit numbered on the docket of said
Court No. 8789; whrerein C. A. Swof-
ford is plaintiff and A. C. Swofford
The nature of the plaintiff’s demand
being as follows, towit: That plaintiff
is now, and has been for a period of the
last five years, an actual bona-fide in-
habitant of the State of Texas, and has
resided in Collin county for more than
twelve months next preceeding the filing
of this petition; that the residence of de-
fendant is unknown to plaintiff; that
plaintiff and defendant were legally
married 2nd day of Jan. 1921, and lived
together as husband and wife until 15th
day of Feb., 1921, at which time plaintiff
was forced to separate from defendant;
that during the time plaintiff and defend-
ant so lived together as husband and
wife, plaintiff treated defendant as a
loving and affectionate wife should; that
defendant, unmindful of the duties and
obligations of his marital vows, soon
after said marriage began a course of
cruel and inhuman treatment toward
plaintiff and persisted in such treatment
until final separation; that defendant was
cruel, cross and crabid with this plaintiff
and frequently seriously threatened to
do plaintiff bodily injury and did often
assault and seriously injured plaintiff and
would have permanently injured plaintiff,
which she alleges was averted by reason
of said separation; that by reason of the
cruel and inhuman treatment, violent
threats and frequent assaults and neglect
of duty as a husband, renders plaintiff
and defendant longer living to gether as
husband and wife insupportable; that
plaintiff’s name before said marriage
was C, A. Guynn; Plaintiff prays judg-
ment dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing between herself and defend-
ant, restoral of her former name, C- A,
Guynn, costs of suit and general relief;
HEREIN FAIL NOT, and have you
before said Court, on the said first
day of the next term thereof, this
writ, with your endorsement thereon,
showing how you have executed the
Given under my hand and seal of
said court, at office in the City of Mc-
Kinney, this, the 5th day of April, A, D.
Alice Taylor, Clerk District Court
Collin County, Texas.
By R. E. Geren. Deputy.
See McAdams for cottonseed
for ptanting. 51-3t
Bill Bishop, candidate tor Sher-
iff, was in town Monday.
A Good Job
When the job of painting
is finished with our paints the
owner is as proud of it as we
are. The beautiful home tuck-
ed back among the flowers and
trees is of moderate cost, but
but the worthy pride of home
ownership is reflected in every
inch of it.
There’s many homes that
need paint, No cleanup cam-
paign! will be complete and
lasting unless we also make it
a “Paint Up” campaign. Then
we will have “The City Beau-
We guarantee our paints.
Yet our prices|are reasonable
Phone us today and let us give
you prices on paint that will
make your home clean, attract-
ive and safe against sun and
SHIP BY TRUCK
We are prepared to giveservice. Reg-
ular trips to McKinney and Dallas each
week. Moving household goods a spei-
ally. We live in Celina and will spend
our money here* We appreciate all bus-
iness given us. When in need of our
services phone 166 or 58.
Weaver & Blag?
Transfer 3 Storage Co.
Courteous treat- |
Keeps a Clean
merit to all t
And all business j
the best of
Prices reasonable j
Try Jenkins for
He is supplying the tables of a great many
people ofjthis'community with clean, fresh,
wholesome food. His stock is large and you’ll
always find what you want there if it’s in
Let us have your order for
fresh vegetables |
I Your Porch I
Will be worth more to you if it is
equipped with porch furniture. Get
something for it that the weather
will not damage. When you leave
one of the indoor chairs out it
is damaged by the weather. Then
there is the annoyance of dragging
it out and in.
Come in and let us show you some
furniture that will add to the com-
fort and convenience of your porch.
The price is reasonable.
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1922, newspaper, April 20, 1922; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773336/m1/2/: accessed July 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.