The Junction Eagle (Junction, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, February 27, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
IN THK WORLD WAR
France, England, Belgium and Italy relied on the as-
sistance of the United States Government as their ally
and won the war.
Uncle Sam is the Greatest AH) any Nation or Institu-
tion Ever Had, and
That sumo Undo Sam is the ally of National Banks.
The First National of Junction is hacked and Chartered
by the United States Government.
Undo Sam is our ally and we are yours.
We are Headquarters for Hundreds of Satisfied Kimble
THK FARMER AND STOCKMANS FRIEND
One of Kimble Counties Great Industries we have
helped to build.
THE FIRST NATIONAL.
Oren C. Held,
Emil A. Loetfier,
We are Three Years Old and Growing
A Year of Eats
1$ BEFORE YOU
They Will Be
If you Buy thorn from
THE JUNCTION EAGLE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27.1990.
THE SECOR SANITARIUM-HOSPITAL
Kerrvilic-on-the-Guailalupe ,1 exas
A 8tat»* wide, scientific institution that rank'’ with the best In
charge of a staff of specialists who place at your command the advan-
tages of the largest cities.
This is an official hospital for surgical treatment of United
States Government, employees.
WILL COST $50,000,000 A
YEAH TO KEEP II. S. DRY. *
BEAUTIES OF THE SKY.
A poet wrote.
SEE THE CONSTITUTION.
In a large steel safe, in the
‘There’s too much beauty °*ftce ol the Department ot
upon the earth for lonely men ^ ute, the original Declaration
to bear ” of Independence and the first
And. among the beauties he “W «f "f
Cited the “enchanted sky." We United States may be seen
are not interested in his ap- rhe safo “ rarely for
Washington, I). C., Feb. 20. * *
—It will cost $50,000,000 ***********
year to “make this a prohibi -
tion country,” Senator Warren FOR SALE- 200 bushels of
told his associates yesterday, tar corn at barn.
He asserted this great outlay G. C. Taylor.
may not be necessary for an ............................................>■
indefinite* period, but must ALTO SPRINGS—All kinds. ;;
continue until hitemperance Ford Truck Special,
has been eradicated. R. Rocker & Son.
A bill “for enforcement of -............................................
the National prohibition act i Hereafter our gin will run on
by establishing Government Wednesdays only,
by the Senator. It was prepar- L. R. I. & M. COMPANY.
I LAND OWNERS
If you want to lease your land for oil and
gas, write us, Riving’ name and number of survey
and number of acres.
C. W. WEBSTER & CO.
ed at the Treasury Department
and will be considered by the
Finance Committee. It is in-
tended by to segragate and
safeguard all liquor until it
can be bottled and sold for
medicinal and similar pur-
poses. It has the effect of
preventing the Government
from collecting taxes on the
liquor until hereafter sold al-
though it becomes responsible
parent learning to a laxity of ^Xry tan^ing
love, but his linen immediate- f“tretary .Y 'nft„ 1|^,,
ly rush into our minds as we the venerable papers found
reflect upon the wonderful ,that the/ wore *ood c0.nd‘-
beanties widch the sky affords.! *?"• and mov.e p.cture machine
+. *un clicked all the time.
n /... ®! The result is that in your . . ...
Withintheatre you may soon see these for keeping it
within the last month we have l, documents so nrec-1 11 is provided that the Col-
felt a thrill at some wonderful iou, tH the histor of our people 1 lector of Internal Revenue may
spectacle of heavenly splendor. , ansinv called1 attention o thei Releft suitable warehouses and
The first was on a Sabbath • n ,10n tc . require the removal of all dis-
afternoon, and the sun was - [ °*«* '3*fiTtof' Vuore toThem° SuLb^
slowly descending beneath the a,i'citizen's s^e that they are! bottHng arrangements must be
safely honored in the hearts of
the American people.
horizon, the upward rays re-
flecting upon the clouds above
every one of the varigated col-
ors of the universe. It was a
sight fit only for a poet or a ,QfyA ... .
master writer to describe, and ^car the
more than one ordinary mortal
was attracted that afternoon
by the glory of the sunset.
Again, one nght, as we were
walking along the street, we
looked above, and the beauty of
the sky -fairly enthralled the
looker. Upon a background of
provided in each warehouse
and all expenses must be paid
Fr a long time the documents ; !)y .^1(* distiller. When whis-
were kept in a tin cylinder until ™ ^ 8^a tttxef
blue tthe brilliants of Heaven
scintillated and sparkled, and
the light from the moon was
only enough to color the field
upon which the distant worlds
were thrown upon relief. It
was one time a mortal man felt
an intense yearning for wings
and the speed of light that he
might explore the uttermost
comers of space!
The third was entirely dif-
ferent in circumstances and ap-
pearance. The rising sun was
hidden behind a lowlying cloud
of gray, which half obscured
the horizon, making the sky
and earth blend in a band of
smoky obscurity. But, towards
the zenith, other floating
clouds reflected the dazzling
brightness of the sun, and the
variations thre made the whole
scene one of indescribale charm
and - entertainment, constantly
changing as the day came on-
And, how many other times
have we witnessed the beauties
of the “enchanted sky" and
wondered how large a fortune
some man could make if he had
a monopoly upon sightseeing
there! And, now many more
mortals would gladly give
twenty-five cants twice a week
for one look lech at a glorious
sheets were flattened and
placed in a red morrocco case,
where they remained until
1893. In this year a steel case
was made for them, and each
sheet of the two documents
hermetically sealed between two
I will maintain an office at
the points and on the dates
given below for the purpose of
assisting individual taxpayers
in the preparation of their 1919
Income Tax Returns: First
-atM-hB6“k; lJ920CtiOn’ TeX-
air and moisture. The Secre-
tary of State is the custodian
of the documents and must in-
spect them from time.to time,
in order that they may be pro-
perly preserved. The inspetion
last week was the first in 18
Notice to Electric Consumers.
I have any amount of ceil-
ing and desk fans, electric
irons, vaceum cleaners, hair
curlers, perculators, electric
toasters, motors from 7 1-2 H.
P.^ to 1 1-16 H. P. one big elec-
tric pop corn and peanut roas-
ter and electric incubators, all
of this stuff is in good run-
ning condition apd of 220 volt
D. C. Real bargains. Write
W. O. Kirchner,
Superintendent of Brady Water
& Light Works. 45 4t
A. K. Ganetson,
BURNING IN MACHINE.
Our New Bearing Burning in
Machine is now ready to do
your work and we will ap-
preciate an opportunity to be of
service to you. We have the
only plant in Junction.
The Junction Auto Company.
FOR SALE—2000 pounds of
cotton seed. I have the Row
den Big Bole seed, for which
I am asking $1.50 per bushel.
49-10t Willie Dunk,
EGGS! EGGS!! EGGS!!! If
the Parks Strain Barred Rock
eggs are what you want got
eggs now and set your broody
hens. You will soon have all
the eggs you need. Pure Bred
Stock. Setting $2.50 delivered
Fred C. Smith,
810 Bedell Bldg. San Antonio, Texas.
AUTO SPRINGS—All kinds.
Ford Truck Special.
R. Becker & Son.
FOR SALE:— Purebred Ply-
mouth Rock Cockerels from
prize-winning stock, exsellent
birds at $3.00, select choice at
$5.00, suitable laying hens for
pens at $1.50.
Mrs. H. W. Reick,
FOR SALE Thorough Bred
Ringlet Barred Rock Eggs for
setting $1.50 for 15 eggs.
. Joe N. Ewing, Box 112,
47-6t Kerrville, Texas.
FOR SALE Pure Bred Imperial
Barred Rock Cockrels from very
choice pen. Direct relation of
$125.00 Rooster. Price from
$1.50 to $5.00 each. Also fine
pure bred Single Comb White
Leghorn Cockrels and one young
Rooster. Come and see or phone
The London Mercantile Company
(Successors to Amaon & Baze.)
The London Mercantile Company is now
open for business and earnestly solicits the pat-
ronage of the public.
The new company which is a successor to
Amaon & Baze, is composed of five members as
follows: E. F. Amaon, M. L. H. Baze, E. P.
Furr, G. T. May and R. B. Furr. It is the pur-
pose of the new company to operate the busi-
ness on principles that are fair and honorable to
We solicit the co-operation of our friends
and the general public.
The London Mercantile Company, i
Let me look after your ex-
press business. My car runs
daily from Junction to Menard
end I will appreciate an oppor-
tunity to take care of any bus-
iness that you may trust to my
L. A. Warren.
Pigs for Sale,
daylight and night-time sky!
But, it la so freely given, so
easy to be -enjoyed that the
most of us stay wihtin the four
which we have built as a shel-
which also act
K) act as
WE WANT TO HANDLE YOUR FALL CLIP
Of Wool And Mohair
Can Send our Trucks to your JRanch and load
Salt, Flour, Meal, Feed, Lumber, Cement,
Sheet Iron and all kinds of building Material
foryou out of Menard and take your wool
and Mohair back to Menard.
Give US A Trial
and we believe you will be satisfied.
We make liberal advances on WOOL and
MOHAIR and handle it like you want it
WOOL And MOHAIR
Capital and Surplus
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Motley, J. D. The Junction Eagle (Junction, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, February 27, 1920, newspaper, February 27, 1920; Junction, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth801057/m1/3/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .