The Electra Daily News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 480, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 13, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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■in in Mi !■»ini 11' iM 'is
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES.
Why send your printing out of town when
you can get a better job done at hofne?
Do you favor buying at home or would you
be in favor of the News and its force making all
their purchases in Wichita Falls?
Some merchants are having ALL their print-
At last we can say the seats for our
church have come. We have been
watching for them for a long time;
but like it will be said of all watch-
ings, it is over.
Come out Sunday morning and
night and enjoy the new seats for the
If you have a pledge to the treas-
urer for these seats please see Geo.
Zachary at W. R. Zachary & Son’s
store and he will be glad to receive it
at this time.
We want to see the largest crowd
at church on next Sunday we have
had in the house. There will be mat-
ters of interest to all the people in the
church and the friends of the church.
Bro. Geo. Zachary was chosen .by
the church board and approved by the
members present at the service fol-
j lowing the meeting. Prof. Corder
• was selected at the same meeting for
| secretary, or clerk as often called, and
• 1 , C , 1*1 1 . *1 * 1 * I the same recommendation was ap-
mg done OUt Oi tOWn? WniCn WO do UOt tininlc IS J proved at the following church meet-
1 1 W1 • 1 *1 1 ing. Mr. Carter, who has been act-
right. We are giving away a daily paper to you,>^°^
do vou think our force of ten people work for|^rLa^f
| church on Tuesday afternoon and
. transacted regular business. Moved
that the society have the Saturday
Why noi|help to build up and maintain
newspaper office? You expect us to patronize
you and we do, as we buy nothing put of Electra
that can be purchased here.
We have decided to make Extra Special
Prices ch Commercial Printing in
i/une to see if we c^n keep our present office
force busy*' §9 hone of them will be compelled to
mid vo &Way from Electra, but* unless we do get
this patronage, a reduction in our force will be-
come necessary and Electra will unnecessarily lose
some good citizens, as we see much printing
which has gdne to Sears, Roebuck & Co. or to
some other people who have not a dollar s worth
of financial nor any other interest in our town.
T hink this over when the next solicitor from
Wichita Falls calls on you, and decide whether
they or we are doing most for the town
market only every other Saturday.
Next Saturday ice cream and cake
will be served at the Garden theatre
by the ladies of the Aid.
The Bible school is preparing for
the annual Children’s Day service.
This is one of the treats that the child
ren look forward to each year. Let
toe urge every one who has a part to
come ready prepared when the day is
selected. L. A. BETCHER,
BINDERS RUSHED TO ,
QUANAH BY EXPRESS
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
No. 1.............................-........2:56 p. m.
No. S......................-................1:45 p. m.
So. 7........................................4:45 a. m.
Oil Special...............8:46 a. m.
No. 2..........................1:00 p. m.
.So. 4..................................11:15 a. m.
So. 8.................... 1:15 a. m.
Oil Special............... 6:00 p. m.
Quunuh, Texas, June 11.—Harvest-
ing of wheat in this county is now go-
ing on day and night. Binders are
being shipped in by express and in’
some fields three and four machines
are working. * '»-*•
The grain is turning out very fine
and the prospects are that under the
most favorable circu^iit^ces the crop
cannot be harygal^saunder X|to weeks.
Blacksmitjis are^Avorking flay and
night sha^pening^nd repairing farm
implemjgnts. % J t
Weikerve B&t'Ice Crean*/
Old paperS^at the
gets a big bundle.
ews office* c.5c
88*888 V8,8 u\unu\uti
THE 'WCKENS SYSTEM
oughibced, not Impi
Wholesale ancf Retail.
Two Quarts a^d Upward Delivered
in Electrav.Phone 3
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Go to church Sunday.
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BlaSS ! *• S. Walker St SCfns
d a Giazmgr
# Have Moved:
I have moved my ent^a*si^^1s4^New and Sec-
ond Hand Furniture tq^neold W./fe. j^stin Building
on Waggoner Street.
Full and Co^TpI^te Bine/of Ne$r and
Second Halid FurnijfVq, Stoves
and Ice Bytes.
1 buy sell andfexchange, ilncfs^ff SAVE YOU
MONEY on any tiling You Want to^fiuy, 1 also have
a storage building and am prepared to take care of
anything from an A^omobil
».»/. A. MOORE...
The Handy Man d73*78
Austin Bldg., Waggoner St . Phone 33
Let us do
Phone 440 Best Block
First National Banjfc
Capital and Sur
We solicit your b
fair treatment and
d. H. MARRIOTT\Presiden\
J. W. STRINGER, \(ce-Pg£bident
We J. SHELDON, Vic&Fresident
T. M. HOXIE, Cashier
S. C. CHAPMAN, Asst. Cashier
In spite of the fly-swatting that
goes on steadily, the flies continue to
mock the efforts of man. Good
screens and a supply of ammunition
for repulsing the attacks of flies will
remove them from one home—unless
there are children to keep the doors
cessfully combatted until everybody
begins fighting the cause instead of
the effect. Clean back yards, back al-
leys and the destruction of fly incuba-
tors is the only sure way of destroying
this detested “carry-all” of disease.
Try a box if Jaeons’ Chocolates at
the Olympia Confectionery. Phon
: % 8 % 8 %
Old papers at the News
gets a big bund'.e.
8 austin/furniture CO.
% Licensao Embalmers, Funeral
8 Directors and. Undertakers.
Get your Visiting Cards print-
ed at the News Office. d475-78
Old papers at the News Office:
bundle for 5c.
baSmer in /Text |Ohf^ and N.
rolina./ Fori licensed in,
ALWAYS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
8 ;jS. Carolina an
% fH. W. Biird.
81 day or niait. Phone 185, dfiy;
% | 266, nightA^Ambulance^rvice
8 day or night. ^J2i0«|i^5^day;
8 266, night.
Exchange and large stock of
. u >. 8 x ajfa a x 8 x aft a m
THE PRICES QUOTED HERE ARE VERY CH$ffP FOR HYGH-CLASS GOODS AND YOU WILL SAVE 1 «y« K-s*8
MONEY BY READING THIS ADVERTISEMENT OVER CAREFULLY AND MAKING UP A GOOD ORDER ^ ...
AT ONCE. PRICES ON SOME OFTHESE G©ODS WILL BE HIGHER NEXT WEEK.
20 cl jars Jelly, -> for.........
19 c.z jars Apple Butter, 3 for...
13 oz jars Fruit Preserves, 3 for
8 < v ’ar- Sweet Pickles, 2 for. ..
1 4 «./ ja. ^ S<»Jr l*ickles, 2 for. . .
,5c 1. i'h j \ a hes .........
Lai.in> Table pears for
2* ii i.«loo Salmon, flat or tall. .
In. <• i Ri\er Salmon, 'i for.. .
la -t f* ( k Salmon............
2 tine Preserved Figs for..
’ c,i* 2t\ Pork and Beans for.
1 nmatm -< for .......
Pie Peat hes for.....
bwttt Potatoes for. . . .
4 h: weight Brooms......
1 t a i.
2 t ar
2 v a r:
2 cans Finest Pinea
5 lbs Finest Cane
2 5 iIi siicks Dairy
Pint jate Grape JJici
2 GrapJ^, Nuts fo
2 Post T6^isties f&r
2 packages fine.st Coe
2 cans Chipped Beef
I package-. Pnnc^ Alftert
. packages TuYe^ofor. 25
25 n» sacks finest Cane Jsugar.....1.25
100lb sacks finest Cane Sugar for 4.80
Best Northern Soft Wheat Flour.. 1.35
He-t Hard Wheat Flour..........1.25
Fancy juicy Lemons, per doz......20
Best Wichita Flour ..1.45
Large sacks Corn Meal...........75
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Small sacks Corn Meal.......
6 Bars White Soap
0 bars Clean Easy Soap for...
’ T» good Rio Coffee for......
30'!> good Rio ( offee for. ....
2’k tans Pine Apple for. .....
2lb » n.- New Comb Honey for
51b cars New Comb Honey .85
in lb cans New ( omb Honey 1 60
F.rot Sugar Cured Hams......22
Good Breakfast Bacon.......... 23
Best Dry Salt Strips, per lb.....15
Best Smoked Strip Meat, per lb. . .17
Gallon cans Cooking Oil........95
NO ORDER FOR LESS THAN
$2.50 DELIVERED FREE.
v SUM’S £RAXSFER LINE
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* Positively no credit.
All dTders^D^st^be^'not later t
X than $ o’clock to insure delivery S
8 ED ALLEN, Prop. £
8 Night Phone 319
10 ba/rel TANK \ 5. ■*
ireU tank \ i
less lh&^ barrels, ]
St|ict^y Ca^h \on| Delft’ery
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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/m1/4/: accessed June 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Electra Public Library.