The Fort Stockton Pioneer (Fort Stockton, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, October 7, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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In buying groceries that
will please your family?
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DR. D. J. SIBLEY
FORT STOCKTON TKxAS
R. D. BLAYDR8
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Pvoetico in oil court*
Fort Stockton, Toxso
PHOTOS, OIL AND FARM VIEWS
Port Stockton, Texas
Our desire la to beke
breed et e SUPERIOR
City Neat Market
fool* that It Is —titled to
Whatever it is you buy
you want to feel sure
you are getting your
money’s worth. It does
not matter whether it be
an automobile or only
service. If it is what
you want it is guaran-
Meal* family style—50 cent* at
Be photographed on your birthday
at Pittaway’s Studio. tf
Sad news for the cellar chemists:
The raisin crop is very short.
Y’ou should go with your drug trou-
bles to the Central Drug Store.
Remember you can get gasoline
cheu|»er at R. O. Gonzales & Bro.
S. D. Brannon left Sunday, for San
Antonio, to have his eyes treated.
Mrs. Kd. Mashburn left Sunday for
a visit with her mother in Fort Worth.
W. P. Rooney returned last Satur-
day from a business trip to Fort
Court Re|H>rter I. I.. Huff transacted
official business in Big l.ake the first
of the week.
For Rent. Four room cottage, in
western part of town. See or phone
Stanley Wilson. 2?-2t
The Central Drug Store guarantees
you a square deal at all times. Talk
it over with them.
For Rent—Three room house, water
furnished. For particulars call and
see Mrs. I. A. Scott. ltp
Edgar Purington was out from Dal-
las the first of the week, meeting hi*
former Stockton friends.
Mr*. J. F. Achterberg returned Fri-
day of laat week from Boerne, where
she visited her paraots.
Tan lac is made of roota, herbs and
barks and contains no minerals or
opiates. Stockton Pharmacy.
Mrs. C. 8- lekes, of Fort Collins,
Colo., arrived Sunday, for a visit with
her daughter, Mrs. L. S. Smith.
LmL—Platinum top, diamond set
bar pin. Reward. Finder return to
Mrs. Frank. A. Perry, Fort Stockton.
Cow Man!—Germ Free Blackleg
Vaccine will protect your cattle for
life against Blackleg. Stookton Phar-
Dt. Homer Powers, of Rankin, was
in the Spring City, Thursday, trans-
ecting business and meeting old
It is not necessary for you to heat
up the house to have hot meatAaron's
Market has it already prepared for
the table. tf
City Property, Alfalfa. Farms
FORT ITOCKTQN, TEXAS
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Hot barbecued meats at Aaron *
Market at all times. tf
The Central Drug Store » th*- place
to get your school supplier.
Pitlaway's photo studio open each
| da) from 8:8o a. m. to ."» «N> p. m.
J. T. Tinkler ship|wd. Frida> of last
w«n-k, on#* car «»f steers to Wichita,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Baker left
Wednesday for a visit to San Angelo
For Rent. Two suites, three rooms
ea#h. For particulars phone or call
at Bennett Hotel.
The Central Drug Store is ever-
lastingly at it. selling drugs, sundries,
school supplies and the like.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Mcrkie came in
Thursday from Sanderson for a visit
with Mrs. Meckle's parents. Judge and
Mrs. Jno. M. Odom.
After spending a few days with her
sister, Mrs. T. P. McSpedden. Mm.
Ferd McCallum left the first the
| week for her home in Imperial.
The Dutch Cattle Co. sold and de-
livered Thursday, to Sam White, who
! ranches near Buenavista. 500 steer
yearlings and .'100 steer calves.
Taking things as they come may
avoid some trouble, but trading at the
Central Drug Store will avoid all
trouble and prove a saving.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Robinson, after
a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Frank
Peterson of lafon Valley, left Mon-
day for their horn#* in Frankfort, Kans.
Ford Dealers Pace &. Denny report
the sale, last week, of Ford touring
cars to Henry Krausmun of Buena-
vista and A. E. W. White <>f lni|><mil.
Misses Edna Rhemertsen and Ann
Yates and Mr. Jno. L. Sullivan mo-
tored to Imperial Sunday where they
were guests of Miss Rheinertsen’s par-
P. M. Rooney and family returned
the latter part of last week from Bal-
morhea, where they visited Mrs.
Rooney’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
You can't have good health with a
disordered stomach. Correct your
stomach disorders with Tanlac and you
will keep well and strong. Stockton
R. P. Hale, of Abilene, who ranches
twenty-five miles north of Fort Stock-
ton, shipped. Sunday, from the local
yards, 200 steers which were billed to
Misses Pearl and Bessie McGinnis
came in Wednesday from Burkbumett,
to attend the bedside of their father,
“Uncle” John McGinnis, who has been
quite sick for the past ten days.
Mm. Elar Roberts, postmistress and
general merchant, of Hovey. and her
daughter, Mm. Geo. Teague, left Tues-
day for their home after spending sev-
eral days with Mrs. W. P. Rooney.
Companies Incorporated (any state.!
Prospectuses and advertising prepared.
Stocks and bonds bought and sold on
commission. Established 1899. John
Williams Co., 259 West 45th St., New
J. M. Montgomery delivered the first
of the week, to J. M. Rodgers, 1,200
high grade Rambouillet ewes. Mr.
Rodgers will pasture the sheep
through the winter on the Montgom-
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Binion, Mrs. R. D. Blaydes and
Mr. Mark Reeves, all of Block One,
left Thursday, to attend a meeting
of the Pecos Valley Baptist Associa-
tion at Odessa.
Miss Runette Rigshee left Wednes-
day for a short visit with friends in
San Antonio, Austin and Dallas, at
the latter place she will visit her sis-
ter. Miss Winnie, who is a nurse in
St. Pauls Hospital.
John Ellis left Thursday of last
week for Haskell, to attend the bed-
side of his father, who had sustained
a broken hip, as the result of a fall
from a step-ladder, which he was using
in trying to lift a chicken from its
Mrs. D. B. Poumey returned Sunday
from San Antonio, where she recently
accompanied Mr. Pouncey for an oper-
ation for api>endicitis. On her return
Mrs. Pouncey reported that her hus-
band was convalescing rapidly and
would be able to return home in a
Mr. and Mm. Joe Hyter, of the
Borilla community, who are tempor-
arily domiciled in the Routh cottage,
on Texas street, are the proud par-
ents of a daughter born Wednesday
morning, October 5th. The mother of
the little lady was formerly Miss An-
nie Fulcher of this place.
Rev. F. L. Glisson, pastor of the
Methodist church and local delegate
G. A. Sachse, accompanied by pastors
J. L. Henson and H. M. Smith of
Marfa and Alpine, left Monday to at-
tend the annual session of the New
Mexico Conference, which convened in
Artesia, New Mex., this week.
It is gratifying to learn that laat
Saturday waa the banner business day
with all of our merchants for this
Pecos & Rio
Local and Loaf Dvtaace
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
year. It looked good to see our streets
filled with busy people and the stores
crowded and the clerks on the jump
filling their orders. As a result of the
ante all feel happier and more optim-
big business for the day, our merch-
The N. Winkler store waa dosed
Monday, the occasion being Rosh
Hoshanah or Jewish New Year. Ac-
cording to Jewish traditions October
4th was the first day of the new year,
the 5,682 year of the world. It is ob-
served by the Jews of America as a
time of renewing of friendships and
the strengthening of the bonds of fel-
lowship, and of a time for special
W. A. Huffman representing the
Security Home Builders Association,
is boro this wssk, looking
into conditions with i view of
placing contracts with local parties for
loana, for his company. Mr. Huffman
is stopping at The New Rooney Hotel.
He reports that be his placed quite
a nice number ef contracts in other
towns between here and El Paso, snd
that be Is ftamm Me reesption all
finding Ms rnaiptioa
yjidHiaip j- -K
Mr. and Mm. C. E. Caaebier re-
turned Thursday from a trip to Dallas.
People who have been helped by
Tania* are alwaye anxious and willing
to tell othem about it. Stockton Phar-
Ladies!-—I will appreciate it if you
will call and see my fall materials be-
fore buying. Full line. Mm. Will
Jack Means and family of Valen-
tine and Mr. Boyd and wife of Bal-
morhea. were visitors in Fort Stock-
Mr. and Mm. Tom Rodgers returned
Tuesday from San Angelo, where Mrs.
Rodgers recently underwent a surg-
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Patty and son,
Jim, came in Monday for a visit with
the families of Will Harral and Dut-
Mr. Swinney, who recently became
owner of the J. H. Burke ranch, mot-
ored in Friday of last week, to look
after his interests here.
DEATH OF VERNE E. SHIRKEY
In the early hours of Friday morn-
ing. September dOth, 1921, as parents,
physicians and attendants watched
anxiously at his bedside, the spirit of
Verne Elburn Shirkey winged its i
flight u> its everlasting home.
At the time of his death. Verne was '
in a sanitarium in Alpine, where but ■
a few hours before he had been oper-
ated on for appendicitis. Though sick ;
but eight days, his condition was crit- j
ical from the start and little hope
was held out for his recovery from tne j
time he was stricken.
Verne Elburn Shirkey. who was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Shirkey, of
this place, was horn in Falkland, Mo.,
May 2nd, 1906. He came to Fort
Stockton, from Springfield, Mo., with
his parents, something over four years
ago. He was well known in our city,
having been messenger boy for the
local Western Union Telegraph Co.,
for a number of months. He was con-
scientious and faithful in the perform-
ance of his duties and was well liked
by those he served and those with
whom he came in contact.
Funeral services were conducted,
Saturday morning, at the Methodist
church, by the pastor, Rev. F. L. Glis-
son, assisted by Eld. S. R. McClure,
the Boy Scouts, of which Verne was a
loyal member, attending in a body.
Following the funeral services inter-
ment was made in East Hill Ceme-
The bereaved family have the sin-
cere sympathy of their many friends
in their hour of deep sorrow.
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Rose, G. W. The Fort Stockton Pioneer (Fort Stockton, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, October 7, 1921, newspaper, October 7, 1921; Fort Stockton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth848181/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .