The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1930 Page: 2 of 6
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FERGUSON AT McKINNEY
Jim Ferguson spoke at McKinney
Tuesday afternoon and was heard by
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.................. ..40c Mr. Ferguson say he made a veiy e
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;red as second class matter MftJ
i, at the post office at Celina, ”
under act of March 8,1879.
Press Says Moore
A Dependable Mari
Senator Joe Moore ol Greenville , raatters of legislation. We cany each ^ over the leasing „j Driver
cnent a few minutes in Frisco Tuesday week a resume written by him ol tn lands. ^
spent a lew most, imnortant business transacted s.ty ^ tho cham,)ions
of the investigation in the Senate
Mrs. E. E. 0‘Brien spent Tuesday
night with Mrs. C. W. 0‘Bnen, four
miles southeast of Celina.
GAS WILL be LOW SUNDAY
Senator Joe Moore, representing
this district in Austin, is one of the
leading mmbers of the Senate, ^ and
one always knows where he stands on
matters of legislation. We carry each
Senator Joe M. Moore, of Hunt
County, is one of the joint committee
of five which will investigate the af-
fairs of the State Land Office, with
especial reference to the recent con
THURSDAY, JUNE 19.
brand of prosperity that exacts
n hours work of a man as a Qas will be i0w in Celina, Sunday
r hand for $1.50 or less is not June g2, from 1 to 5.—Community
- .. , •----We need a | Natural Gas Co.
farmer to -
Cher wages. Mr, Hoover, it A crop 0f wheat on Mrs. Bud
has not greatly improved the Moore»s farm was so severely injured
n of the farmers. With the by the haffd freezes last winter that
of the new tariff bill by him gbe atarted to plow it up, but changed
■T the things the farmers have mind. This week John Roller
took another slump. However, threshed it and it made 14 bushels ^per
nufacturer, with such protec- I acre
ould be sitting pretty. -•
A real good 1926 Ford Coupe—Rus-
sell Kelsey Motor Co.
8 —The farthers are now busy I Mr. and Mrs. Webb Duvall arrived
g their grain, resuming op-| here from Pampa Sunday to visit rel-
nAGE HILL NEWS
£ LliCAX --- ~ 1
Mnoday after being stopped atives.
«k-end by a nice rain, which
re pleased to have,
nd Mrs. Bailey Gladden and
j. Jean of Dallas visited Mrs.
s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Sunday. Mr. Gladden return-
lias Sunday while Mrs. Glad-
lined to visit other relatives
spent a uu«u»., ...----
morning while enroute to Dallas, ben
ator Moore, is perhaps, one of the
most outstanding men in the Texas
Senate and promises to become a
power in State Politics. He is a young
man, of high ideals, an indefatigable
worker, conscientious in the perform-
ance of his duties and a most courte-
ous, affable gentleman of whom this
district is justly proud. Senator
Moore will make .he race for re-elec-
tion next year, and we believe it can
safely be forecast chat he will have no
opposition, principally because of the
fact that he has represented the peo-
ple fo this section and district honestly
and has performed a good work for the
State, and because his record is clean
and above reproach. It was the writ-
er’s deep pleasure to have Senator
Moore as a friend and a helper dur-
ing the several sessions held by the
Legislature this year, and we are
grateful to him for the many kind
deeds done for us when we were a
stranger among strangers.—Frisco
most important business transacted
and we ai*e impressed with the fact
that he gives disaproval of each meas-
ure mentioned. Joe Moore does not
beat about the bush and wait until the
popularity of the measure is proven
before taknig a stand,
before taking a stand.—Royse City-
News Times 2-1929.
Senator Joe Moore, of Greenville
is making a splendid record at Austin.
He is just about one of the shrewd-
est legislators this district has ever
had in the senate. Ani Mocre is as
honest .as he is smart. Stay in there
and pitch, Joe. —Examiner, 1-24-2J
GAS WILL BE LOW SUNDAY
Gas will be low in Celina, Sunday
June 22, from 1 to 5.—Community
Natural Gas Co. It
Celina’s picnic is billed for July 7
to 12. It is expected that the farm-
ers will have gotten most of the work
of the investigation in the Senate ers will have gotten moscu. -y—
from the very first, and his selection off by that time and will be ready for
by Lieutenant Governor Barry Miller a little relaxation,
as one of the two Senate members of
the committee was a good one.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cassity, Mrs.
Lee Massey and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Dunn of Pilot Point spent Tuesday
night with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wilson.
Read the hometown paper.
Isaac Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
N. Bates, went to Austin Monday ta
stand examination before the State
Medical Board for a certificate to
practice medicine. H2 will go from
Austin, to Houston to begin his intern-
1929 Model A Ford coupe—almost
new tires—Rusell Kelsey Motor Co.
Readjustment-New Low Prices
HOW ONE WOMAN LOST
TWENTY POUNDS OF FAT
d Mrs. |A1 Reynolds visited in
1 of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Har
ack Smiley and Mrs. O. D.
d daughter Evelyn Ella of
sited in the home of Mr. and
rett Wester in the Roseland
y Monday afternoon,
ancan, living near McKinney,
obert Darnall Tuesday,
exie Ray Fancis spent Sat-
ht in the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hays
, a son.
: L. Supporting
x. Chamber Commerce
exas Power & Light Co. will
* air Sunday evening at 8:15
AA with a fine program sup-
he East Texas Chamber of
>e drive for membership and
rticipation by all East Tex-
ne in at 8:15.
Lost Her Double Chin
Lost Hr Prominent Hips
Lost Her Sluggishness
Gained Physical Vigor
Gained in Vivaciousness *
Gained a Shapely Figure
If you’re fat—remove the cause!
KRUSCHEN SlALTS contain the -
mineral salts your body organs, glands
and nerves must have to function
When your vital organs fail to per-
form their work correctly—your bow-
els and kidneys can’t throw off that
waste material—before you reailze it
—you’re growing hideously fat!
Take half a teaspoonful of KRUS- ----.
CHEN SALTS in a glass of hot water ] gladly returned.
every morning—exercise regularly—
do not overeat and—in 3 weeks get
on the scales and note how many
pounds of fat have vanished.
Notice also that you have gained
in energy—your skin is clearer—your
eyes sparkle with glorious health
you feel younger in body—keener in
mind. KRUSCHEN will give any fat
person a joyous, surprise.
Get an 85c bottle of KRUSCHEN
SALTS at Dyer & Jones (lasts 4
weeks). If even this first bottle
doesn’t convince you this is the eas-
iest, safest and surest way to lose fat
—if you don’t feel a superb improve-
ment in health—so gloriously ener-
getic—vigorously alive—your money
Since last October America ha. been passing through .period®* £*"*"5
tsirstsi.. ——* - -
The J* C. Penney Company hae
throughout tti© Stor©
New Low Prices!
36 inches, yard, now
ones has been in Houston this
tending the Retail Druggists
' jn meeting.
; & Seitz Wednesday unload-
c of Farmall tractors. This
• tractor seems to be coming
.nd more into demand.
1 youT home town paper.
WE DO WELDING f
We are equipped to do your welding and will j
give your work prompt and careful attention.
Will Stay Open Until 10 p, m. I
to Take Care of Your Work During Harvest. |
Member Southwestern Welding Association. J
G, W, Taylor Garage and ]
Machine Shop ;
Fast Colored Now
81 x 90, Now
let into a pair of those cool *
Summer Trousers. You can ;>
| Unbleached, 9-4, Now
Bleached, 9-4, Now
nave ‘em made up in any of g
the light-weight, cool mat- *
vials, and the price is only ;j;
Keep ’Em Cool
Bleached 9-4, Now
Friends, we are having some complaints about our
eggs. Eggs should be gathered at least twice each day
and kept in a cool place. We want to help you keep the
price up, and those who want to help us will keep the
; quality up. We know of no way to help ourselves other
% than by helping you.
§' Bring us your produce.
I Perkins & Rucker
,, A CASH GROCERY
Unbleached, 9-4, Now
ney are cool and when y
lade to measure, they fit
id ^jive you a dressy ap-
b are Cleaning and Press-
The Tailor. • %
a Headache or Neuralgia in
es checks a Cold the first day,
,ks Malaria in three days.
A Natural Mineral Water
Has relieved thousands of people
afflicted with constipation, indi-
■ n> stomach trouble, rheu-
n, diabetes, kidney and
>r trouble, sleeplessness,
nervousness and other^ ailments
brought on by faulty elimination.
It will probably relieve you. Send
us $1.00 for a trial package ol
Crazy Crystals and you can make
Crazy Water at your home. Crazy
Crystals contain nothing except
minerals extracted from Crazy
Water by open kettle evaporation
We will refund your money if you
are not thoroughly satisfied alter
drinking the water according to
Crazy Water Co.
MINERAL WELLS, TEXAS
Penney Flat Crepe
Women’s Silk Hose
$3.98, $6.90, $7.90
Store-wide, our coun-
ter? are packed tub of
values truly exceptional
whet compared with
prices which were effec-
tive last October or even
last January. Our No.
449 silk hosiery that for-
merly sold at $1.49 is
now $1.29. Sheets that
were $1.29 are now 98c.
Our Pay Day Overalls are
down from $1.29 13
$1.10. You will find in our
$19.75 men’s suits of to-
day many of the same fine
fabrics that were used in
making higher priced
lines a few short months
Below you will hnd
other concrete evidence
of the new lower prices
and higher values wi».i
which our store is packe.i
! and a glance at our win-
dows will show them
jammed full with excep-
i tional savings in cotton
piece goods, sheets and
pillow cases, domestics,
j silks, cosmetics, toilet
goods, hosiery and un-
In announcing new low
prices and new high vav
ues we rededicate our-
selves to our old Com-
pany slogan: “WE AL-
WAYS HAVE AND AL-
WAYS WILL UNDER-
SELL.” Our reason and
excuse for soliciting your
patronage is just that
WE SAVE YOU
These new low prices
call for quick action.
Don’t delay. Visit our
store at once and con-
vince yourself of the fact
PRICES ARE DOWN—
New Low Prices!
Mavis Talc........ 17c
Pompeian Face......• * -39c
Hind’s Honey and Almond
; Listerine ..............17c
j Pebeco ................29c
Pepsodent ............ -He
Sheer Washable Fabrics
New Low Prices
New Low Prices!
98c and $1.98
‘Pay Day” Overalls, Now
‘Oxhide” Overalls, Now
Men’s Work Shirts
Big Mack, Now
Men’s Blue Cheviot
Boy’s Shirts, Now
Men’s Work Shoes, Now
New Low Prices
Summer Suits, Now
$7.90, 11.90, $13.75
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Andrews, C. C. The Celina Record (Celina, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. , Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1930, newspaper, June 19, 1930; Celina, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth773829/m1/2/: accessed July 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Celina Area Historical Association.