The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 11, 1925 Page: 2 of 8
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Mr. and Mm. L. B. Fain, Mr and.
and Mlaa Alexander were In Coman-
returned ^from 'Fort
J. Fergumon who Intend* to >"ay ■
few days with thfir fattier, lw>
Little Mis* Ruby HaIlbn»ok* I* *iek
with tonsillitis. > ,
Mi** Era Hood from Stag t'reek at-
tended th« dance at Mr. George
Keith’* Wednesday night.
• Mi** Lois Robertson i* MA
this writing. '
^Alr. Ben Keith artd folk* left this
morning for Pori City to visit their
niece, Mis* Mary Broun who t* to
under go an operation for appendi-
Several from here attended singing
at Stag Creek Sunday^ afternoon.
Miss Opal Munfrey visited Mi**
Bessie Wright Saturday night and
Dec. 8. 1W6 M. D. liCKiroy ana
Rwel Elms *pent two days In Fott
Alton Dunn bad business 'b‘
county site Tuesday.
W. S. Edward* was in Rising St*f
Charlie. Hayes of
visiting his mother, Mr*.
Kd Wilkcrson of I,al
. John Small shipped a car or cuives
i„ Fort Worth lari week.
' ]L. Yarbrough an.l Fred tucker of
Amity were Wednesday visitors.
j Ci Reach of Dullfcn ytm-
Wednesdtty and Thursday.
Mr. un<t Mrs. Ernest 1-— -
Thursday for Caspar, Wyoming,
Mr. and Mr*. Lo* 8teel. Mr. and
iMra Irving Steel have moved here
Bvownwood U fiom . Sidney and will farm Joe
P G. Hayes. Chre*tman’» place.
Uncle Jack Wright visited old
. friend* in Comanche .Monday.
1 Mr*. J.JK. Anderson *pent two day*
jw\th her father In Rising Star la*t
\ IlerlS of Glady* June*
here 1 Glady*, the *ecend daughter of
, Mr. and Mr*. Olliver Jone* closed her
l(tnd> («f. *>«* ***^Zt£**
after •«» rest Saturday at three o«lock.
w||,' A brief Ulne** in. the nature of in-
jected ton*il* and septicaemia the
,irhi. ettune of her unUmely end. 8he wa*
;i,, | a member of the Baptist church and
‘ 'a rofiHtunt attendant at the »ervh-«,'
hura-l She wa* a very lovable lurighW-
sweet tittle girl. A favorite at home
in and in school. A flower ju*t beginning
and to bloom and had lived fourteen
SAY “BAYER ASPIRIN” and INSIST!
Unless you see the "Bayer Cross” on tablets you are
not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe
by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for
che and vicinity that we are ready to render
them first class laundry work and service with
Our $1,500.00 worth of new machinery is or-
dered and will arrive a^>out the first .or -the
year, which will enable us to dd still better
work and more of it. ~
We request the people of Comanche and vicin-
ity to give us a trial. If our work is satisfactory,
then pive us all the laundry work so that we
will' be enabled to furnish Comanche a real
Dec. 7, I92t>—The general health
,,f thi* community i* good —_
Our school i* gelling along ju*t
The box *upj>er at school house was
will attended and u nice amount was
i oimted for the benefit of the whool
f>,r which phase incept our thank*.
Tile good p*-«plt* ii
through the rush ami I ti-ihk it would]
|„. win,, to orgunlxe u local of The
Sons of Re*l. Also an Annia* Club
> i, -id' line and heavily fine anyone
v hard ubnr or intentionally
, nit',, i null) for DO days.
1^,7 C- j. filled Bid. Smith * ap-
lolnuieni on first Sunday. A good
iuu:da< ..<!*>• >1 at. both, churches.
There i* no reason why everyone
.Would not Ultend one of Ihe scho»d*.
^Bro. J. C. Hodges will fill hi* reg-
iilfi. appointment. The Bible cla**wil»
replaee preaching on Friday nighf,
but after that services will continue
’i ill Sunday night on
regular appointments on
fouith Sunday night.
Th* little ehild of Clifford and Hen-
Wilson had the *ad mi*fortune
WM. REESE DRUG COMPANY
m r—i dwki m
Am handling the famous old
PURINA CHLCKBOARD DAIRY AND
POIPLTRY FEEDS * .
None equal in quality. Try it once.
cDitimr .Mrs. K Wtlkeradn.
Mi. and A Morgan were
In Brownwood Wednesday.
.lun Whltesed- t* home fiom »'rns*
Plains and at woik on the Seoggm
Born t" Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sander*
mt Dec. third a son-
Mcsda mcH Ewel Elm* and Tom
i -athey were in Comanche Monday.
Arthur Borman relumed to Pen-
n*ylvania after seven at week* visit to
Mr and Mr*. F. J Borman.
Mr*. N. J. Sander* left Sunday for ^ _______________
Brownwood and Temple. to faj| jn the fire and wa* painfully
Mr*. Terrill Harris of Okra spent ^ jwt MriOUK|y burner!.
Sunday with Mr. and JMrH* Mi>. Rambo, lister of Mrs. J. CE1*
Dunn. • Brinson living near Guatine ha* been
The W. M S. ele.’ted the following • ,k of 0,^ |)Ut a* to her condl-
third Sunday of
Gaine* will fill hi*
* i on second und
Best in quality and price everything you need
for your Christmas cooking. All fruit cake ma-
terials Yukon flo«r will make your Christmas
cakes the best you have ever made.
iplete line already in
See M R. Hjlty before purchasing that Christmas ku
a position to furnish that CROSLE.Y you* have been
Will do radio repair work of all kind*, can furnish acc
Don’t throw away that weak tube let me rejuvenate it.
HDLT1 RADIO SERVICE
and opefn, buy now.
liocaivd at Farmer* Mill & Produce Co., Comanche, Texas
a’.V(T>4Uk£S. 1 Jackson iin«i daugh
O! i( v.e visiting Mr. and Mrs
to Kimbk >riar>an Hooter spent Saturday J
, f. / night m tTvt* J: k Coilrri home.
Foster of tros* ||j**'lam» Rri.»eri*on of Energy j I
r mothers, Mr*. • with home/>lk*. ||
Rri. Foster Sunday j b«y*vfivme out Friday
W Sagerton, i(f|epno0B an(l pt.yed our boy* in hn*-
, ,, 1 J. (>t bait. The cnm<< out ^ l"°*
Ode Stainey of Cu,l'’‘, rAnche> favor. The scorefc «A>re 8
and 2. L - • 1
Mr and Mr*. Carl McNutt were in
IV Un,n Monday. d,,v -> *,T
Ben Lofti* of Comanche wa* a visi-
tor in this community Sunday
u*„- noon. J V-'
SU f Jack Cottret nnd family and Roy
. . w M _j McNutt and family *P«nt Sunday
Ition. Jack Wyatt and Tom Johnaon tnd family,
were kt De Ie°n Satur ^ T> a^| and daughter Opud,
. wtt Uh*«‘ Sunday In the Cart Jauaa homa.
J. H. *rd tern jj j m1m Mary Moore and Vr
B- Merte and Bti.'ky Wil have a new Ford rendater.
ent Saturday in Brownwood.. Monroe Elliott and Walter Shoop*
xi Hxa L- « * , '*1 Downing were in Santa Anna on|
F. Weat and ML^ mndoes* this week and.
the Amarillo-Ciero game -j—
ad lira. E. A WlUteside en- ' BEATTIE !
I Z yoowt Saturday Doc. 7. iWS^Wether U vory
nhTS'i0- I" “”“** 0,u
----week. .. . v • »
* M J A# spent Friday in Several from her* attended the par-
A • tv at Mr. Harvey Johnson* near
., _ Krrrx an ! Wallace
^ ,T"u.ti." '■visited th-d
Hugh anil Mrs.
Jack Atln-nn went
were here Saturday
Mr*. Vernon l4ine
to Liitief^id RWWav "**•
a* ompanied to BroWiysW by Jtr*-
John Ky.« '■ nd lliss Irene. .
x Mr*. Willie Brewer and Unde Tal-
ler Laonurd were in 'ft:-dug <---
*w ' > -
It i* time to buy your Christmas earn
. dies. • .
BOX CANDIES—the freshest and
best, including the famous American
Queen, are here. .
/ BULK CANDIES—and ever^iydriety
of sweets you will need for Christmas.
Make your selection while the stock is
Now is the time to buy your coal. Owr
ing to strikes in the mining districts
the coal supply is diminishing rapidly
with no relief in prospect, we urge
everyone to lay in a supply of coal at
once. We handle Red Ash Dogwood
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Doyle, Davis K. The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 11, 1925, newspaper, December 11, 1925; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892272/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.