Falfurrias Facts (Falfurrias, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1926 Page: 3 of 8
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Dr. H. W. Watkins
Office: Palace Hotel
TEXAS LEA DING DENTISTS
621 1-2 Chaparral St Phone 562
Did You Ever Stop to Think?
THAT newspapers take a big part in the budding of a
city. Without their aid no community could stay in the
March of progress.
THAT home newspapers are the "flags of progress.”
They are always working for the public good,
yet seldom getting the credit they deserve.
THAT when movements are started which mean a bet-
ter, busier city, it’s the newspapers that take the leaden
helping them to the road of success.
THAT newspapers are business institutions the same as
any other business. They have something to sell.
THAT they have newspapers and space to sell and can
no more afford to give them away than a merchant can
afford to give his stock away.
EVERY CITIZEN SHOULD TAKE THEIR HOME NEWS
PAPER. EVERY BUSINESS CONCERN SHOULD AD-
VERTISE IN THEM. BY SO DOING THEY NOT
ONLY HELP THEM SELVES, BUT HELP THE HOME
WHERE YOU FIND PROSPEROUS NEWSPAPERS
YOU WILL FIND A PROSPEROUS COMMUNITY.
DO YOUR SHARE TO MAKE YOUR CITY PROSPER-
OUS! IT IS YOUR DUTY.
Be Ye Wise!
A word to the WISE is sufficient.
Dr. Russell, a home man. who has an eye to the future,
came in and closed a purchase of 1,329 acres of fine
Farming Land, and will develop a large dairy.
Now is the time to buy while land is cheap in this fast
developing country, 1 have some specials bargains in
farms and undeveloped lands. DO IT NOW!
Teeth Extracted in the Morning—Perfect Fitting Plates
The Same Evening
Bring this ail and get credit for $1.00 on $5.00 or over
Corpus Christi, Texas 621% Chaparral Street
San Antonio, Texas, 203 Alamo Plaza.
Mesquite Trees Useful and Especially
Responsive to Cultivation and Care
fashions in Jewelry
are altogether pleasing and attractive. Here
you will find new and interesting suggestions
in Gold and Platinum Rings, Par Pins, Dia-
mond Set Circle Brooches and fine high grade
Watches for men and women.
Whether you desire to purchase a Diamond, a
"Watch, a diamond set flexible Bracelet or a
chest of silver, we can show you many at-
tractive things at very modest prices. * You
owe yourself the pleasure of a visit to our
Jewelers, Optom trists and Opticians
‘ The Store for Those Who Care”
I'hone 226 017 Mesquite Street Corpus Christi
TO BF. INSPECTED BY
STATE HEALTH BOARD
Special to "Facts’’:
■'•} Austin, Tex., Aug. 26.—Pre-
| I parations have been completed
X|by the State Board of Health
in co-operation with the shell-
v fish industry of the State where
by consumers of Texas oysters
may be assured of receiving a
Dr. H. O. Sappington, State
Health Officer, ha announced
that with the advent of the
oyster season in September, re-
W. E. MONROE
Office Next Door to Postoffice
Mamie Egg. in the Dallas
Farm News: The mesquite tree
grows all over Texas and an order with an out-of-State
over all the semi-arid South- nursery.
west. It is familiar to every; I have in mind one lot locat-
Texas schoolboy and there is ed in my city whose owner took
scarcely a farmer or a farmer’s
son who has not had to "grub”
mesquite shrubs. Its very com-
monness has made it a nuisance
the trouble to clear out the un
derbrush and trim up the best
trees. He plows this ground
regularly every year and is re-
in every part of Texas that has paid by a wonderfully rapid
growth of the mesquite. The
trees have now attained the
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1 h.e fact that ange.a commit; That man is regal who can
no sin is largely due to their control his appetite, his pas-
^urroundings. That same eiir sjonS( his tongue and his tenj-
\ iroment down here would per
make angels out of the last one _
_ Because a man happens to
The world is full of great I be extravagant with his love is
men; what it needs is more hu- no sign that he will never come
man ones. !to want-
not had to depend upon it for
Few owners of city lots ap-' height where they may be call-
preityate this tree enough to ed stately. The value of the
protect it or give it ordinary lot has also increased faster,
care. The universal desire School communities whose
seems to be to get rid of the patrons have beert endowed
mesquite and plant some sup- with enough civic pride to trim
poseedly prettier tree in its up the trees on the school
strictions would lie imposed! place. But let us see if such grounds or core for them pro-
which should guarantee clean should be our attitude toward perly have been repaid by hav- (
shellfish to all consumers. | this tree. ing their school premises dis-
Ovstor “shucking” plants! Since the mesquite is prima- tinctive places of beauty in the I
will* be closely inspected, and rily a tree for the arid country, country in whicn they are
all persons opening, or in any the thorns have been provided t<>und.
way handling oysters will be . it by nature as a means of pro- While the mesquite has been
subjected to rigid physical ex-jtection against the ravages of left unhonored and unsung, let
animation to prev ent contam-J wild animals. Every other us awake to an appreciation of
ination by persons suffering part of the tree contributes | its beauty and its worth, and
with contagious diseases. something to mankind in use-1 help elevate it to a place of
_____.0_____ 1 fulness or beauty. Its wood af- j honor in the universe.
Ottawa, Canada’s capital! fords a good fuel. Its gum is a ---o—
City, is less than a century old. | fair substitute for gum arable.
When a man can find noth-
ing else on earth to laugh at,
there is always himself.
SILVERTOWN ON THE
here we are again
When the business card of a stranger is sent
into a man’s office he generally inquires,
“Who is he?” or ‘‘What does he want?”
That is a human quality. Regardless of the
merchandise a man sells we want to know
something about him. His policies. His
methods. Now we’re going to broadcast a
little about ourselves.
We learned long ago that the soundest way
to build a business was to sell dependable
merchandise. People want to buy happi-
ness. They want to buy something that will
serve them pleasurably. Certainly not trou-
ble and irritations. Our business axiom is:
Sell motoring happiness.
And everything in our store, from Goodrich
Silvertowns to spark plugs, is so depend-
able in quality that satisfaction is inevitable.
You are bound to be pleased by the service
and the prices.
McIntyre Service Station
SILVERTOWNS ON YOUR CAR
although it now has less than'The bark and wood are used
150,000 people in population, for tanning. The pod offers
a food for man and beast. The
cow and the goat eat the leav-
es. The flowers perfume the
air and from them the bee
gathers nectar to make into a
The tree as a whole is a pro-
tection against the heat of
summer. Trimmed and left
unhampered, it makes a beauti
ful ornament. It is indigenous
to our soil and grows without
water or cultivation. An all-
wise Father caused it to grow
where it does probably because
it is the tree best suited to the
needs of man in this particu-
lar locality. Yet. in spite of all
this, we scorn the mesquite and
throw it back into the Giver’s
Why Not Plenty of Shade?
Many a Texas city, now bar-
ren of shade trees, if it had
taken throught in time, could
have had beautifully shaded
sidewalks and parks simply by
preserving the best of the trees.
And who could have denied the
beauty of a city thus shaded?
Being drouth-resistant, the mat
tor of irrigation for the mes-
quite need never trouble the
| owner. Since it is rarely at-
: tacked by disease, we don’t
have to consider the best
prays. Its roots spread out
great distances seeking mois-
ture. We may truthfully say
that the mesquite has the best
fighting chance for life of any
The bluebonnet has been
adopted as our State flower
pnd rightfully; hasn’t the mes-
quite as fair a claim to being
i our state tree?
If we bad to go to some far |
country to fetch the mesquite j
every effort would me made to
secure it for shade and orna-
mental purposes, after we
found out with what little ef-
fort it grows in this country.
But since nature has so highly
lavished and generously given
us a tree suited to our needs
and the climate in which we
live, we shamelessly ignore her
demands for service and place
Opportunity seems to favor
those who save a little each
week and put it in the bank.
Apparently the only way to
prevent divorce is to prevent
If you want a girl you can
trust—be the man she could
If you want a woman you
can trust, pick out one with
A Wonderful Home
Great Falfurrias Country
Is Offered For Sale at an Attract-
ive Price and on Reason-
This place is located about 1 % miles Northeast of Fal-
furrias, county seat of Brooks county, and one of the
fastest growing towns in Texas.
The property contains 70 acres; has 50 acres in cultiva-
tion, of which 5 acres are in bearing citrus trees. Has
good 9 room house; gootf well of water and irrigation
system and is well worth EVERY DOLLAR ASKED.
Other buriness interests prevents owner from living on
place and its loo valuable to leave to the care of tenants.
This place can be made an ideal home for some one who
wants to really er.joy life and have a good substantial'
For particulars write:
Rufus E. Glover
San Diego . . . Texas
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