The Electra News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1924 Page: 4 of 10
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^WjWtea, Wichita; pounty, Texa^-;
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jFulI Blood Jersey, Bull on stand at
Whey Dairy north of town. Services
^f2L60.: X. J. A. Lee. Phone 714. (tf)
FOR RENT—About September first,
-jolce six room house on West Glis-
■ton Stj near pavement. Newly pa-
■;-;%• -pered, electric lights. See P. 0.
> Xiuve. Phone 522. Residence 610
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$¥&r y. Main St.
SCHOOL COMMUNITY MEETING
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A Beautiful Home in Vernon
Located' in best residence sec-
tion . of the city and near the
business - district. Two . stories
* and,-basement, hot and cold wa-
ter, sdwer, lights, electric range
In kitchen, heating plant and
fire place. Large living room,
■dining room, kitchen with break-
fast nook, bath, five, bed rooms,
.halls, etc., etc.
All modern conveniences, and
all modern built-in features,
such as buffets, kitchen cabin-
ets, bookcases and clothes clos-
ets. Nice lawn and shade trees.
Garage and outhouses. A real
home in a good growing town.
Good schools, good churches and
good people. Apply to owner:
R. B. SHERRILL,
Farmers State Bank Bldg., •
Phones: Office 390, Residence 48.
FOR RENT—House on Rogers tract
two miles southwest of town, near
.Newtown district. Address J. J.
ROGERS, Quanah, Texas. 9p
A small group •'of Electra business
men representing the Chamber of
Commerce, and Agriculture, enjoyed
a very -<• pleasant’ ‘ evening at the
Fowlkes school community meeting
last Friday. ' Attorney Ed -Yar-
borough delivered 'an address on,
“Waste,” emphasizing the- impor-
tance of conserving our -natural re-
sources, and Mr. and Mrs. K. P.
Belden rendered a delightful music-
al program featuring American folk
songs and melodies. *
NEW BUSINESS ANNOUNCED
BY MILLER ANDKROHN
■ VERNON EXCITED
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In this week's issue of The News
an announcement, is carried by Roy
Miller and H. B. Krohn of their new
filling station and automobile ser-
vice station located in connection
with the Fritz, Motor company’s
new place of business in the old Kil
Patrick building on Cleveland,
complete line of automobile acces
sories along with tires and tubes,
will be carried in addition to
wash and greasing rack.
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Many States Are
Represented in T. U.
LADIES—Work at home; pleasant,
easy eewingJon your machine. Whole
or part time. Highest possible pri-
ces paid. For full information ad-
dress L. JONES, Box 2, Olney, 111.
FOR SALE—One baby carriage; 1
small heating stove. Phone 753.
FOR RENT—Nice couple, without
children, can locate themselves very
nicely for the winter in strictly
modern home, all furnished and
close In and very desirable. Ref-
erences exchanged. P. 0. Box 225,
Electra, Texas. tf
LOST—One gold cowboy boot watch
charm, with Odd Fellow emblem on
each side. W. E. Latham at J. B.
Skinners. . , (p)
FOR ‘ SALE—A few new Birdseli
wagons, below factory price. These
are oil field type wagons, well iron-
ed for heavy hauling. Big snap if
you need good wagons, W. J.
SHELDON. * tf
Austin, Texas.—Among the 4,710
students registered in the Univer
sity of Texas this year there are
109 students not 'residents of this
state. Of this number, 91 are from
other states of the union, and 18 are
from foreign countries. There are
14 students in school-this, year from
Mexico, and other foreign countries
represented by one- student each are
England, Japan, China and Persia.
Louisiana has the largest number
of students in the university, with
the exception of Texas: There are
twenty students from Louisiana, 12
from New Mexico, 10 from Okla-
homa, 8 from Missouri, 5 from 1111
nois, 5 from California, 4 from Ar-
kansas, 4 from Mississippi and 3
from Tennessee, Two students are
enrolled from each of the following
states: Georgia, Virginia, South
Carolina and New York. One stu
dent Is registered from each of the
following: Florida, Kentucky, Mas-
sachusetts, Washington, - Michigan,
New Jersey, Connecticut and Indi-
The News Job Department Produces
only “Printing That Is Better.”
Helf & Co. Offer
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
FOR... SALIp-^Four room house, on
East Cleveland; water, gas and elec-
tric lights. Good place for busi-
ness, Call 297. 19p
Notice of Estray Sale
Notice is hereby given that on
the 14th day of November, 1924, I
will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, at the city
pouqd pen in the city of Electra,
Texas, within the hours prescribed
by law, the following estray ani-
mals, viz: One' horse mule, about
14 years old.
The same was taken up and em-
pounded by me for running at large
within the corporate, limits of the
city of Electra.
The owner of said stock is te-
quested to come forward, ’ prove
property, pay charges, and take
same away; or it will be dealt with
as the law directs.
'Witness my hand at Electra, Tex-
as, this the 29th day of October,
:J. T. TAYLOR,
Chief of Police, Electra, Tex.
20-2t By R. W. Johnson.
If you want to buy, sell or trade,
see us. We know where to look for
what you want—that is our busi-
For Rent—Three room house west
of Red school. $15 per month.
For Sale—Small well built home
on new paving. This is a REAL
home* The back is fenced and fixed
for chickens and. garden And” the
yard is profuse 'With lovely' flow-
ers. 50x140 ft. lot.' "•Price’ $1250.
Liberal terms;' ' ”
’ We are the exclusive agents on
Woodruff Heights lots. Only. 5 per
cent down will start you on own^
ing one of these.
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The Vernon . .Record has* * the . fol-
lowing to say about the football
game iiext Saturday in that city,
which- is only part of several stories
carried along with a special page
advertising the Lions-Tiger game:
• Light workouts in preparation; for
the game Saturday are' being gone
through with* at Fair park by the
Lions* squad. Coaches Baggett ^hd
Wilemon; Captain Walker and other
members of the local squad scouted
the game in Electra last Saturday
between the Tigers and Wichita
Falls Coyotes, which ended in a
scoreless tie. The local men de-
clare that Electra outplayed Wichi-
ta but the Tigers lacked the re-
quired punch to carry the ball over
when in scoring distance of the
The men returned home confident
that the locals can defeat Electra,
but Captain Walker is authority for
the statement that Vernon will have
The News—$2 a year in advance.
Coyotes - 20' to 0,* but their; ^opinion
is that the Tigers - are - n ^ stronger
team'and will - call for thefbest' ef-
forts of thelocals. A'victory “by: .a
margin of one or two touchdowns
will be~ satisfactory to. the. “Lions,
according^to the way they size up
the situation after seeing the Tigers
in action last Saturday.
WHEN INFANT DIES
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. Within .12 hours . after the -.death,
last Sunday'- night, - oL little Curtis
, Ashley Jr;/'of -209 .Franklin Ave.,
Unless additions are made ,tothe^EleCtr tbe littie one’s parents were
hospital list, the Lions will enter- in receipt 0f the Wichita Home In-
Saturday’s game with’ their regularj-surance company’s check,'under the
line-up with the exception of . policr written some time previous
ers, who sustained a dislocated hip Qn ^ baby>s life.
in the Wichita Falls game. Cap-
tain Walker wrenched his ankle in
Little Curtis; who was born Au-
written, and "there was not the
slightest reason to believe that the
The powerful Maybach motors, policy-'woild ever be cashed. Yet
which have been installed in the .ca.™e last Sund y ght’ ft
a brief illness.
Zeppelin ZR-3, for her trip from
Germany to this country, are capa-
ble of running 1,000. hours without
overhauling, according to American
aeronautic experts who have exam-
ined the craft. The best record at-
tained by American-made motors is
500 hours of continuous use.
The News—$2 a year in advance.
This death claim was the first to
be incurred by the Wichita Home
Insurance company since it began
15 months ago, to issue a children’s
policy. Children one month old may
be insured under this policy, under
which benefits are paid on a sliding
scale that increases as the child
^ear^oldj^child'Vbeing*$200. >7The pre-
iriiumi^pn^ this rp6licy;yuiider the mu-
tual : 'assessment / plan;?#’ yery mod-
erate; consisting* of^a- $2;50 member-
'sHip charge,' and an - assessment of
50 cents for each' death in the group
of which the insured is- a member.
This' form of insurance i's- one of
several forms of mutual assessment
life insurance which the Wichita
Home Insurance company offers,
‘Recently.this company through its
subsidiary; the Great American Mu-
tual Insurance company,' started
writing health and accident insur-
ance on ,the mutual assessment plan.
It 'has already paid'a number of
claims in thisfeommunity, where It
has mapy policy holders. * The ab-
solute „ protection which its policies
offer- at' the very ’low rates make
this company’s insurance the most
economical you can obtain.
Mr. R. E. Ward, Thompson build-
ing, is the Electra representative,
and will be glad of an opportunity
to ^give you full particulars. ' The
company’s home office is on the
ground floor of the Morgan build-
ing, Wichita Falls. (Adv.)
To avoid missing any issues of your
News, watch the date opposite your
name each week and renew promptly
Helf & Company
First National Bank Building
Annonnciiig Our Opening
At oilr ntw station in connection
with Fritz Motor Co. ,
109 East Cleveland Ave. * >
GAS, OIL /'€ ^
Greasing, washing, motor cleaning
—A Real Automobile Laundry
Marmon, Reo and Rollin Parts
Tires and Accessories
Each job is under Our oersonal supervision
—Our customers must be satisfied
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Cars called for and delivered—PHONE 306.
Fruit Cake Season
We are justly proud of the fruit cakes which we baked last year.
The popularity of these cakes and the many compliments of the peo-
ple who told us that, “it was the best fruit cake I ever ate,” gave to us
the assurance that the public liked high quality Fruit Cakes.
Better Than Ever This
Preparations have been made to bake Fruit Cakes again
this year. The best products that money can buy will be
used. Nuts and candied fruits along with other materials
which will asshre you an exceedingly rich and tasty cake.
These Fruit Cakes will save you the trouble and worry, of
making one yourself, and you will have the assurance, too
that the Fruit Cake which you buy here is just as good
.7, ^ perhaps better, than you could make yourself.
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Place Yoiir Order Bjorn
, For special parties, for Thanksgiving, for Christmas! \.r
Baked in on^pbun# sizes, f^o-pound sizes, three-po|nd sizes and
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“The Home of Perfection Bread”.
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Baker, Verne A. The Electra News (Electra, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1924, newspaper, October 30, 1924; Electra, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth893064/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Electra Public Library.