The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1942 Page: 3 of 4
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EVERY DAY PRICES
$1.25 size PERUNA..................$1.09
$1.00’roe WINK CAKDUI ...... 89c
(A)v size Dr. Caldwell’* SYRUP PEPSIN 49c
25c THEDFORD’S BLACK DRAUGHT 19c
5 dozen St. Joseph’s ASPIRIN TABS. . . 19c
I dozen PA NODYNE TABLETS ... 19c
fjk 100 PURETEST REXALL TABLETS .. 49c
^ Pint REXALL MILK OF MAGNESIA . 39c
Pint REXALL M. I. 31 SOLUTION.. .. 59c
VE with SAFETY »
»trour3e*cM DRUG STORE
jpetmif jDrmt Ca.
E'taldirl.ed IVOR ne 'fcKrxg s/ore Phone No. 5
The Bank at Fulbright was re'
opened Tuesdjy ot this week.
Dr. W. N Mullins, a patient at
the Paris Sanitarium, is improv-
A letter received by Mr. and
Try us for groceries and feed We Mrs. O. S. Holloway from their
The F.PA. boys will gather old
newspapers and magazines Tues-
day, March 17. Have yours
bundled for them
Mrs Paul Russell of Texarkana
visited Detroit relatives last week
end and went to Cumby on a bus-
Males Pit Ta Work
will deliver.—Garvie Bailey, adv.
Billy Clack of Texarkana spent
last week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clack.
Philip Latimer of Camp Polk,
La., has been promoted Irom
private to Sugeant.
Welding and cutting, taw gummirg
and axe grinding at
Bivins Blacksmith Shop.
son, Walter, in the Canal Zone,
says he is recovering fiom his re-
Mrs Buster Williams of Post
Oak suffered a stroke at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Pratt,
where she was visiting Sunday
and was reported improving.
Th following announcements
are subiect to the action of the
For District Clerk
E. W. BOWERS
For Assessor Collector
(Re-election second term)
For County Clerk
For Sherill. Red River County
For County Judge
A. G SKAGGS
MARION A. LAWSON
For County Superintendent of
JOHN T. FELTS
For County Commissioner,
Precinct No. 2
J. W. (Ped) FLEMING
Pont Oak New,
Rev. | B. Watsor Baptist
pastor, preached here Saturday
night but did not preach Sunday
because of the weather.
| Raymond Hardin and family
have moved to the SluJrer place,
three milts from Post Oak
Grandma Lee is unimproved.
Mr. and Mrs. Eurby Stevens
have been visiting Mr and Mrs.
|. N. Lee of Rugby.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mills spent
Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Callie Williams is on the
Miss Essie Ruth Rodgers, who
is teaching at Marvin, spent last
week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Rodgers
Mrs. Eugene Rodgers and son,
Davie Lee, spenr Tuetday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Mrs. Albert Garrison and-son of
Kiomitia visited Mr. and Mrs.
Maroney, Mrs. Baucum and Mr.
Mrs. Ingram is on the sick list
and Mrs. Cora Mills is teaching in
D. H Harrison of Dallas is
spending his vacation with his
parents, and his wife and son will
| jr in him within a few days. The
Mrs. Lura Cox returned home boy is suffering from chicken pox.
Sunday from several weeks
with relatives at Hope, Ark
| Methodist Church Appomtaeat
First Sunday—Fulbright, 11a.
m; Cross Roads, 7 p m.
Second Sunday—Detroit 11 a.m.
and 7 p. m. Liberty, 3 pm.
Third Sunday - Bagwell 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m.
Fourth Sunday - Detroit 11 a.m.
and 7 p. m.
Rev. A. L. Roberts, pastor
OUT OF TOWN h
NO TAXES HERE
LET US DO YOUR
Mr and Mrs J. L- Lawson re-
ceived a letter Friday from their
>on, Thomas, with the ‘A. E F ,
saying he was well and doing fine.
Pay cash at Melton’s and save
on your next groceries. adv.
Mrs. Ray C. Venable spent last
week end with her husband at
Texarkana and friends at De
Mrs. Bill Plant and little son of
Texaikana spent last week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
For sewing see Mrs. A. L. Rob-
erts at Methodist parsonage.
Herbert Thompson Jr. of Barks-
dale, La., was here last week end,
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eddins of
Austin were guests of her father
and sister, L. J. and Miss Lucille
Mathis, last week end.
Go to Melton’s Cash Store for
groceries and save money—Every-
thing fresh and clean. adv.
Mrs. Elmer Hudson returned
home Wednesday from Oil City,
La , where she spent several days
with her husband, who is working
Mrs. Chas. Ritchey returned
Tuesday from a visit to Cleve-
land, Ok., and was accompanied
by Rev. and Mrs. 1. D. Farmer,
who returned home Wednesday.
Try us for groceries and *eed. We
will deliver.—Garvie Bailey, adv.
Harold Holloway, who is being
transferred from San Antonio to
Wichita Falls, was here last week
end visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. S. Holloway.
Binford Guest, who was induct
eJ into the army recently, and his
cousin, Freeman Ragan, of Paris
have been transferred from Fort
Sri! to Sheppard Fie'd, Wichita
A three-yt nr-old son of Mr. and
?EE ME FOR YOUR
Fire & Tornado Insurance
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
T. P. GUEST
Mrs. W B Meek received a
message from her son, Arthur B
Erwin, who had been stationed at
Pearl Harbor the past IS months
that he is in San Francisco, Calif
Miss Rena Austin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Austin of Cross
Roads underwent an operation for
appendicitis at the family home
Monday and was resting well at
The heavy snow Sunday cansed
the awning in from of the Plant
building to cave in and a number
of other buildings leaked. The
school busses were not able to
make their trips part of the week.
Donald Toney and Billie Bla'
lock were here from Hallsville last
week end and Mrs. Toney and
little son, who had been visiting
here, returned home with them
Miss Vashti Williams of Detroit
was a member ot the girl’s debate
from Paris Junior College that
went to Durant. Ok., last Friday
to participate in the Southeastern
State Teachers College two-day in-
vitation speech meet Eight other
students were in the party and
Miss Dorothy Webb accompanied
Farmers who are preparing for
the biggest crop year In history,
can get more horsepower out of
their farm teams this spring if they
get winter-idle horses and mules
ready for heavy work which is fast
approacoing, says County Agent
jimmy McFatridge of Red River
Tire rationing, which is gradual-
ly bringing about less car travel
these days, is making the horse
and mule more popular. In fact,
many bread companies and dairies
in the larg. r cities are being forced
to return to horse-drawn vehicles,
and there may be a shortage of
horses and mules soon. •
Ho a ever, he doesn’t think it
will materially affect us here "
Red River county, but he does
emphasize the importance of every
farmer, the need of keeping his}
workstock in good physical con
! Roy and Rufus Cahill and
Most farmers carry their work families 0f Texarkana visited their
stock through the winter as ec- parentSf Mr. and Mrs. j j c*,
onomical as possible usually in hj|j Sunday night, and several en-
stubble, stalk fields or pastures j0yec| a ‘‘42” game and made ice
and with little, if any, gran. cream
All Gas Cash
Effective January 1
GaH Cmrtasy Cards Hsnsrsd
Good Gulf Gasoline... 16c
Traffic Gasoline.... 14r
All Gulf Producer Sold
We appreciate the patrsaaee
you have accorded os ■ the
past and solicit your
Gulf Service Station
On the Corner
RAGSDALE GARRISON, Maaagcr
Though such treatment is usually
satisfactory during extended peri-
ods of idleness, as the work season
gets under way, this system of
feeding and management gradual-
ly must be changed.
Myron arid James McLaughlin
and Billie Shelton made a business
trip to Mosley Tuesday.
Mrs. Bi|lie Shelton entertained
with a "42” party Saturday night.
McFatridge states that In orde. 1^' Gtor*ta Bejidow the
hostess serve cake and coffee.
Mrs. Geo. Ervin is on the sick
Blanton Creek News
Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Stringer
and baby visited Mr. and Mrs. L
T. Thompson Saturday.
Dorothy Johnson of Bagwell
spent Friday night with Alma
Lou Taylor and they visited Mr
and Mrs. P R. Taylor Saturday.
Rufus Jr. and James Harp have
had the ilu, but are better.
Mrs. \izzte Wright and Mrs.
L. T. Thompson visited Mrs. Ben
Taylor last week.
Melva Stevens is on the sick iist
and unable to attend school.
Ms. and Mrs. Pat Grey have
moved to this community.
Mrs. Allie Hastings received
Mrs. Howard o. Bonham was bur-1 word from hcr son- Corte- whcjs
in the Navy, that he was in the
for our work stock to stand the
hard work, long hours of sweat
and toil, they must be in tip-top
He recommends good hay be
fed. and light grain feeding started
Gradually increase the amount of
grain and hav in the ration so
that the animal is getting about a
pound of grain and a pound of
good hay for each hundred pounds
of its body weight by the time
light work begins Animals that
come through the winter thin and
in poor condition will require even
more good hay and grain before
the work season begins.
Woodlaad Charge Appoint* eats
Rev. G. C. Smith, pastor of the
Woodland charge has appoint-
ments as follows:.
Woodland—First and third Sun-
day at 11 a. m. and night.
Kanawha — Second and fourth
Sunday at 11 a. m. and night.
Fanlkner—First and third Sun
day at 3 p. m.
Kiomitia — Saturday night be-
fore the second Sunday, and the
fourth Sunday at 3 p. m.
Addielou—Second Sunday at 3
p m at school house.
Notice to Livestock Owner*
We remove Free your unskinned
dead or crippled stock. Call us
collect day or night, 153 Paris.
Paris Soap Works.
list this week.
Miss Rita Cahill is visiting her
brothers in Texarkana this week.
The children in this community
missed school part of this week be"
cause of the snow. The bus failed
Billie Shelton is on the sick list.
Mrs. John Chumley gave m
birthday party Saturday night for
her liitle daughter, Sadia.
Judith and Cedi Ray Toney
spent Saturday night with their
grandmother, Mrs. Helms.
• - - , -•*«<*-- -
Wanted—Reliable man to suc-
ceed A. F. Lamer as Rawidgh
dealer in Lamar County—1200
families. Selling experience on»
necessary to start. Everything fur-
nished except car. Splendid oppor-
tunity to stepin to a permanent and
profitable business where Rawidgh
Products have been sold for 25
years. Good profits for hustler.
Foo particulars write Rawkigh’e,
Dept. TXC205 10. Memphis,
Easley & Dollins
Insurance — Notary
THAT* THE MOST]
YOUU HEAR TONIGHT]
icd at the Detroit cemetery Wed
nesday. Mr>. Howard was the
fi rnxr Miss Cota Ward.
For Efficient Radio Service
PARK’S RADIO SERVICE
At Walkeri Store
Mr. and Mis. C N. Jcno, Mrs
Hershtl Graves rnd Mr> Barney
Kinnemer of Freeport visited
Miss Christcne Hawley spent
last week end with her parents.
M’ldrcd Lee spent Sunday night
with Mrs. Ola Hudson.
Mrs. B 11 Plant and son visited
her parents, Mr and Mrs Ben
Cl ick, t his week.
Fnla Van Melton <pent Thurs-
AA ILLIONS suffer lew from Headache, Acid Indigestion, Pistieaa
M af Colds “Morn n* After" and Muscular Fatigue because they
have heard—and b. Weved-Alka-Seltzer radio announcement^
To these millions e relief obtained by the use of AUca-celtzer
is worth far more to n the genuine enjoyment tney get from the
bTh^‘mi*t impoi ar. j-arte ot our radio projpam. both to you and
tom. are the cot uu cial announcements. Once you have tried
Alka-Seluer we bo.t ve you will agree with us.
But try Vlka-Se’Uer because it Is an unusually effective medi-
cine not because y iu njoy the radio programs.
WHY ALKA SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE
The pa.n-rrlievm* si igesic in Alka-Seltrer is m complete solu-
tion. ready to case Ui distress as soon as you_ssgUow «• J—
painrclievmg action is nde more effective by alkaline buffers,
•phe alkalizing eiei-ai s in Alka-Seltzcr reduce excess stomaeft
Get Alka-Seltzer the next time you
pass a drug store
relativts at Detroit and Woodland 1 Jay night with Ana Bel Clack. j
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Harold Mclntire spent Sunday
n'ght w itli TiMord Lee
Harry Bridges, Mrs Ola Hud-J
■* or* George Tumbmrand Harold} *
Mclntire visited Mrs. Tilmon Lie)
and Mr. ind Mrs J E.Cumn
Snn 1 iy.
1 u orJ and Mil Ircd Lee, Harry
m_5< lie leave* a wite,’a s n. two Bridges, J R Currin and Harold
daughti rs 1gur"granUvhi.drcn and | Mclntire visited Mr. and Mrs.
three great-grandchildren. jWilmei I ludson this week
last week end.
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Drug Store Soda Fountain.
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1942, newspaper, March 5, 1942; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth854901/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.