The Electra Daily News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 480, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 13, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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It’s the most talked of car in the
world. Sterling merit has sold
it to over 530,000 people of every
nation the world over. Ford
service and guarantee are both
included in the price. This
means a lot to any auto buyer.
Five hundred rorty-nve dollars is the
price of the Ford runabout; the tour-
ing car is five ninety-five delivered in
Electra, complete with equipment.
Get catalog and particulars from
A. H. SHELDON,
8 X ♦ 9E 8 X V4>&8.X<®>2883S<S>$8X<S>8S 8 X.<» ® 8 X
Why is the httle “Blue Label’
the Electra Bakery Bnpd?
Because every loaf that has
it denotes that its purity,a
teed by the Proprietor./^
Get a loaf witlfthe
on i*, cr refu
Next Sa’uicLy, full
placed in the window
guessing the weight.
Food Cake will be
REE to the one
ORICf^TA TO-R OF “BLVELAB&L
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Notices under this head will be charged for at’the rate of one (1)
cent for each word, initial or group of figures for each insertion. No
notice taken for l^a^than Twenty-five (25c) Cents.
S\8*8S $ 8 E 8 E 8 A 8 jfi 8 X 8 E 8 X 8 E
-Second^jand typewriter. FOR RENT—One two-room
d478-80 Close in. B. B. Greever.
side track.' Phone 10 >.
14x18, electric ilghts. See
* don, Austin Furniture Co.
FOR SALE OR R
tel. See Dr. Cram
1 or 25.
Fire and Tornado
Insurance Building'\ d50-76^
FOR RENT-f^A 3-r<
goner street. v W.
quire E. R. Brown, phone
located, FOR RENT—Fo^t-roqm jhou^e7'<ur-
P. Shel- nished; good locaMou. fl*t$?ne 5 or 24.
d452tf| d477-82 | j ^ y'\
adk on Wag-1 FpR RENT—Old ^leetfS^ews^build-
uitL d428tf ing on Waggoner street. Erkmire of
A. H. or W. J. Sheldon, Nevii office.
FOR RENT—Two-room house with
free gas at north edge of town. /De-
sirable location for a field maV/ See
C. P. Sheldon at \ustin Fuimitun’e Co.
FOR RENT—Large cool east
lor gentleman Phqne 3^5.
FOR SALE—Good nrjl
in good condition.
See J. E.
See or\c/ll B. B.
FOR RENT—Four-room house/storm
cellar and roomy sheds Inquire E. R.
Bvown, phone 220 \*1440tf
FOR RENT—Two room house, South
side, close in, electcie'lights aftdfstorm
collar Inquire K R. ^Browny phone
220. / / \ d440tf
Wm. Idou *
-rdonv house See
FOR RENT—Frdfttroom, suitable for
two gentlemen or man /and wife/
With or without boardXlOne bl^k
east from State bank. SeJ Spark« at
horses. J. W
FOR SALE—Two Dran^-a^w 256 bbl.
cypress tanks. Will set on any loca-
tion. Inquire A. H. SheldonA /Phoj
220 and 304. d45£
branded; one stou
scar on left front le
no mark. Will
return to J.
The *ry of ^flCILE |
FOR RENT—Brick store room/24x75,
corner entrance, with 25 f&ei plate
glass display. Located nextVjto main
entrance of Denver hotel Rqady for*
occupancy about March 1. Inquire
W. J. Sheldon for terms of lease.
FOR SALE—Sjran of mare
good co£&ition; must sell at o
H. Slfh4>n, Nws office.
NEW WHEAT MARKETED;
LOVE qt the Cro
A ne^. arriv
Each testing 50 1-2 pounds to th^^r
bushel and grading No. 2. two wagon.
loads of wheat from farms separated
by a distance of probably eight or ten
miles and the first wheat of the 1914
crop threshed and
section today indicg&Ss that in quail
at least the erotfmf this seasotpwill be
i LUjrfLE L6|fE,Sthe girl of riiys-
j tery.^Tuesday nigW^it the Crown
j theatre. Who is ^LofclLE, LOVE?
; Fifteen serial stories in ^pictures will
well above $
We have,ft fly chaser1 th
tect your stock. See u;
te 11 ydu-
e Mo ve of Modem
i^Clean Sweep Sale Is
ot to Pieces on Everv Item in the Store
Still In Progress
he Prices are Right
he Goods arelirst-Class
he MealMs the\Best
If you are not^ Vu^td^/get in line
and buy your §Kphg^s'!and meat at
the same place and have them all
GOOD PIANO FOR SA£E.
Larger and larger grow the crowds
at the Garden every evening. There
F O. Grocrc^tt will leavt
or Monday f o rm" Pa'gffto visit Mrs.
Crockett, who has been there for the
past seven months for her health.
has been a good crowd each night dur-
ing the week to see the Murphy Com-
edians, but the largest crowd of the
week was there last night. The play
was “Dora Thorne” and the audience
was well pleased, loudly applauding J
the actors throughout the perform-
ance. Tonight this excellent compa-
ny play “Out of the Fold,” and we
predict that the Garden will be taxed
to hold the people. This afternoon
the Comedians play ball with the Elec-
tra team and Mr. Murphy says they
are going to skin 'em.
Mineral Wells—A fifty-mile stretch
of gravel road between here and Fort
Worth has been assured by agree-
ments reached between officials of
Parker, Garner, Mineral Wells and
Weatherford. Construction will com-
Orange—Franchise for the estab-
lishment and operation of an electric
street railway system in Orange was
granted last night at the regular ses-
sion of the city council. C. F. Smythe
and C. E. McKee are named as trus-
tees for the concern.
We have in Ele^Jt??S*a beautiful
upright piano^with nice stool ai
scarf, that father than ship back w«
ifice and on any rea
delivered at once.
jj6 “price and Quality Counts
G. 0. D. Grocery and ptfkek
will selbjrc a s;
Electa a fi:
Piano' with a
This is a rare < pbortiunty fWsome-
oiie wanting a sp endid pianch#r a fine
player to get a gdod bargain. Ad-
dress at once, BROOKS^lCfAYS & Co.,
Judge C. B. Felder of Wichita Falls
was in town Friday shaking hands
with old friends and new. The judge
is a candidate for re-election to the
office of county judge, whJuah^he apw
Irs. D. T. Cross left yes-
iw weeks’-sojourn at
With tne new fan'
theatre the wind is 4olc
Phone 136/for yourl &e.|
delivery. j I VJ ^3458
Bum thei rubbish aj^tihd your
The new cooling fan ij
ed at the Crown theatre
The Pioneer^Ijjiplemeg^Co. and the
Electra QothingC^rTffave had a large
sign painted on the wall of the Magee
building next to the depot.
Chicago, June 12.—Adlai E. Stev-
enson, former vice president of the
United States, who is ill here, is slow-
ly sinking, and the end is likely to
come any time.
• ' • i,
Mark Lain Ferguson of Wichita
Falls is in the city today.
YOU’LL look well dressed wherever
you go this Summer, if you will take
care to get the right clothes before you
go. “The Right Clothes” is an ex-
pression that mean^^ffi&fcs than it
sounds. You can/buy “jusk clothes”
almost anywhere/garments tip cover
your body. Buf that isnjt enough for
most men. %? I fj [\ |
“THE RIGHT CLOTHES” jnnfust nave /ity!e. Design,
Finish and Tailoring; Ilhi^ool fabrics^The better in
these respects the clothes are/^thc^^ore you will have
to pay for them.
We are offering you high grade clothing made by HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX at a reduction of One-Fourth
from the regular price.
20 Per Cent Discount on all Dress
Shirts for SATURDAY ONLY
Copyright Hart Uchaflhef Sc Mar*
Electra Clothing ■
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Sheldon, A. H. The Electra Daily News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 480, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 13, 1914, newspaper, June 13, 1914; Electra, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth892668/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Electra Public Library.