The Panola Watchman (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 33, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 17, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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By CLAUDIA MAY FERRIN.
HERE COMES A STRANGER!
A year ago —
Today — a leader
A sweeping verdict for QUALITY
HOME TOWN LOYAlTY.
Why m ’e lair to your home town?
l)o jriHlf lying with the merchant
who la >v. neighbor and friend, who,
when you need it will give you ae-
(omniodat c> you could not get away
from bom who ht-lp* to keep your
home town -oing ami growing by pay-
ing store rent, paying wages to em-
ployee,- lure, buying his own house-
hold supp.u ~ here. The home bu-duesg
man i» a <.? factor in the growth and
developin’ ■ of the eity. When it is
necessary to nose funds for church or
charity h< - the first to give and he
gives li'e-taily. 'I'be-question is largely
one of to v. ;i loyalty and of good busi-
ttess prim e, |t I* not loyal to a
town to !»jy goods in other towns hat
could he , iglit at cheap and as well
at home, an t it is poor business policy
to pay im -.ahts in otlidY i ities more
for good. t tan home merchants charge
for them Exchange,
This it a very dangerous disease,
particular to children under live
years <4 ► but when no paregoric,
codelm . , other opiate is given, is
easily cured by giving Chamberlain’s
Cough Kennedy. Most people believe
Wit"ft~rnfi'-t Tun Its course, not know-
ing that tim time is very much short-
ened, and that there is little danger
BOVS WE LIKE.
The boy who never makes fun of
old age, no matter how decrepit or un-
fortunate or evil it may be God’s
band rests lovingly on the aged head.
Cheating is contemptible anywhere
and at any age. Ills play should
strengthen, not weaken, his character.
The hoy who never calls anybody
had names, no matter what anybody
• alls him. '
The boy who Is never cruel.
The boy who never lies Kven white
lies leaves bla,« k spots on the charac-
The boy who never makes fun of a
companion bei-siu.-u- of t misfortune
he could not help.
The hoy who never hesitates to say
“So” when usked to do a wrong thing.
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Subscribe for The Watchman $1.50,
money n**< m witn* mi queiuon
lif HUNT’S GUARANTKKH
jsKTN UISEA8E KJ MKblW
' < Hunt'* Skive and Soap), fail In
the treatment of Itch, Kciema,
Ringworm,Tetter or other Itch-
ing eltin dieeavee. Try thl#
treatment at our rMk-
PANOLA DRUG COMPANY.
■use when this remedy Is
ias lieeii used in many epi-
vv. hooping cough, with pro-
u< hub. It is »Hfe and pleas-;
( LAI DL MITt I1LLL
ant to tin
A m< ip
• ruwfi»h meiisuriiiK over 1
Operated day or night. Meet all
i icnittii und weighing 80
1 traina. $3.50 for any 10 mile trip.
pounds wa- .iptured rci >niiy off the
Longer trips in accordance with 1
,, mileage and roads. 1 appreciate all
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T'-'ler College Scholarship
Day Phone—33 Night Phone—166
<f*» way altar Ian o'dork In
tha morn$ng and wa got to
have a lot ol Kellogg'• Corn
Flake a ar we can't go ahead
and play any longer. We'rg
all hungry eomethhf tiercel"
meantime aha play* time
Summer’s ths time for “safety firat” with family
Ktomachit Every one feels a lot better with lighter
food on the hot days I And, crisp, delicious Kellogg’s
Corn Flakes are everything that can be desired—for
health, for enjoyment, for nourishment!
Realize what proper diet means to health in summer.
Cut down on the heavier foods that upset physical and
mental energy and eat Kellogg’s Corn Flakes! They’re
extra deliciotis with the luscious fruits now in season.
Kellogg’* Corn Flake* are sold only in
I the RED and GREEN package that beara
the signature of W. K. Kellogg, originator
of Corn Flake* None are genuine without it!
DUS mi ULLOGCjl MUR m+Umi hrmkl
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I lig. 1*11. Og UcUut *«««)■».'
i A raur In rent brough’ couaterua-
i tlon in Uk buOrrtkeM*. The pair had
I spent a u«m reafni vacation. off at aa
; linprMeeuou* reaart where money
| might be daunted or withheld at plea*-
j ura. Allan hnd staked hie last T oo
the surd) of hie being retained a* one
•f the em-iiilali at the oiBce. Sophia
knew ahe could handle the houeeaeep-
: tug problem u adroitly aa many an-
other. But here waa teiro doliara more
ta he looked out for twelve tune* per
“We shall move!" declared J»e
bread-winner. “1 cannot give M.nnick
the *au*fa<ilon of that much more
gasoline. H«<k up, while things ere
topsy-turvy from our getting off.’
"But have you money for the vauaT'
“Vans -nothing! We’ll carry the ntuff
There are plenty of leneu..i.t» iwo
squares back of us.*’
“Not u iliat uiudliote!"
“Yes--right where the pavement Is
planks end suwdu>t. But, mind you.
not in one of Minuick’s shanties! 1*11
look out for that. 1’U hire an apart-
ment during lunch hour. We'll he set-
tled by tomorrow night."
Sophia had been taught, while un-
der her mother's eye, to obey the male
side of llie home. Yet, like her moth-
er, she cherished her few pet secrete.
All that (lay she busied herself, follow-
lug instructions. When evening came
she assumed a position at a window,
whence she might watch alternately
the simmering meal and the street.
Allan appeared around the corner, late
by live minutes, trundling a wheelbar-
"Whatever are you doing?" she de-
manded, meeting him on the lauding.
“Where did you get that?"
*T hired It—for a quarter. One of
the hoys will help balance the stuff.
Is everything ready?”
Sophia protested, hysterically. Al-
lan swallow'ed a minimum share of
the meal awaiting, when he fell to
nailing boxes and rolling rugs.
“Berry will begin at tl:.'W In the
morning. One or two more loads to-
night, and a finish tomorrow evening
—how’s that? I’m paying him fifty
cents. The whole move costs less than
a dotllr. Kh, girlie?”
“Be careful of that one, please! Yes,
it’s the heaviest of the lot.
“I’ll haul it myself,’’ consoled the
devoted oii<. “See! Thai weighs two
hundred, l it wager. 1 didn’t know we
hud that a ny dlsln-ft.’’
“It isn’t china.’’ But that wus one
of her sc-icts. She turned to a safer
topic. “Better curry those mirrors.
Couldn’t 1 take cure of the small one
-“Sure! Carry bric-a-brac all day If
you like. The unlcyele Is not licensed,"
“The- the what?”
lie wus ready to accompany I’erry
upon the sc* oud trip. The heavy box
was chosen as the burden of the hour.
Sopldu, solicitous to nervousness, re-
monstrated until they were off. Allan
balanced the unusual weight with the
confidence of uu adept.
“Let’s go In the street,” suggested
the hoy. “The teams have quit, moat
of them. The curb* at the crossing are
u lot of bother.”
Allan discerned the wisdom of the
Idea when he essayed to make the
sliurp drop off the pavement. The con-
tents of ihe box rutiled warulngly. He
paused lo rest when the tlrst crossing
Imd been made. I’erry offered to re-
lieve him. ’ _
“Think I’d better keep my word, ’ re-
minded the husband, “if I tilt the
thing the row will remain In the fum-
They were off once more, both Ill-
tent on steady speed und level ground.
A wagon came up behind, when Allan
attempted to swing towurd the curb
tor safety. The driver hud allowed
twice the space of Ills vehicle, yet Al-
lan could not refrain from the over-
solicitous. The wheelburrow got away
from him, us It were, lauding empty,
bottom upward on the verge of the
gutter. The box ltd burst off, when a
collection of shining wure glared et
the two from amid its wrappings of
“What Jsi A? I didn’t know alumi-
num was wo lfeuvy. Where In thunder
did .Sopldi—grl »„ much?”
“Thut/is not aluminum,'-1 scoffed per-
ry. “It's silver.’’
AnoMier look und yet another—was
Indulged In hj the dumbfounded bus
bund ’Silver, indeed I 8o voted the
driver und the pedestrians who had
halted to view the miniature wreck.
’There'* one wedding present—the
other pieces 1 didn't know we pos-
sessed. That wife of rniue—what will
women not do?”
The half dozen sympathetic men of
the groi^p vol tnteered assistance. With
Jealous eye he made sure no treasure
•f the store went elsewhere than up
the stairs to the new abode,
“We won’t try to haul any more
tonight. I’erry. I'll have to explain;
that will require the remainder of
Allen faced Judgment, sure of a
seen* distracting. He had The one
cousoilng fact lit Ids favor. The Ut-
ricles were of the unbreakable sort.
“But, hub dear, to think you should
And out we hud thrift! 1 kept them
In a storage vault until last winter
expenses became so great we couldn’t
afford It. Those are wedding and
Christmas prAeots—mother's aud
grandmother's. I meant to save them
till our sliver aunhersary aud sur-
“Fully lH years. Forget It P
rural latte - t
■*> **’***’■ Mr
lojpreasloi • a
Sit ranger, takl
pro* ernesi - ■
yon benefl *
ur puat look neat,
■r. titrHigirted up ike
sx. Mr. Earater. Tidy
Kuril Carrier. First
• lasting Maybe Mr
•g not l«V of t be*e 1 nu-
ll rone beck, bringing
S’art thee# with PotC
EAtBNT M'KKk" May
It. \V. PRIEST
Attorney-dt-Ldw and iervtyor
Office Over Hooker Drug Co.
J. K. SEAL
Generai Prsctitwf and Serpeen
Offhe la Odd Fellows Bldg
Reedence Phone - - - - I
Office Phone - - - . . M
WOOLWORTH A DURAN
Office Over Hooker Drug Co.
State and Federal Practice
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j II. X. NELSON
t Will Pr»r?lca in All fowts.
| Office m Pryor Building
a * a a-a a m a a
“Ttiere Is a-i
•t |»mai or
pert <A om
mUv. It ]
ii a fotml <#f
human no s sn
d tlu*ir <*o
' ‘iMffM1 !•! l9
the key to -
In iu lest
and frieai- mid
rntlurr than -
formed f->r .n
• ml HuImh
\. II. NKLKON
Civil and Criminal Practice
District Coart Only
Carthage, •!> Texaa
S.WI T. HOLT
Wilt Practice la all Courts
Off!Carthage Drug Co.
EVILS OF CONSTIPATION.
*• must seriot
by • oust fpat
>u would avoid this dea-
lt*. keep your bowels reg-
X< elh ot, easy to take aud
itle in effect
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Heart on Man’s R ght Side.
Hagerstown. Md. iaroti hhsw, for--
Bier garden trucker, now furum-c man
at the Keienfh Day Adieuti’-l church
here. Iia - • heart u ti e r_*Hi «.f
hi* body i -(•-ad of the left. One day I
lie complained of a pain In Ids heart, •
and placed pis hand on hi, right side.
His wife laughed and -aid : “Why. your
heart Is i ‘ t oil the right side.of your 1
body!" He Insisted that It was, srol
his statement was continued by half j
dozen |4 inns and by X ray photo-
STOP THAT ITCHING.
Use the reliable JJIue rftar Remedy
for all skin diseases .«ucta as: Itch, Ec-
zema. Tetter, Ringworm, Poison Oak.
Prickly Heat, Clacked Hands, Old
Se es and Sore- oil Chlldr -n Fold on
u yuaranteo by Hooker Drue <’•>.
P. P. LONG J. G. STRONG
H. T. LONG
LONG »V HTICOMs
LAWYERS and ABSTRACTORS
Carthage, •:*- Texes
DU. I). T. ALLISON
Residence Phone No. • 12
Office Phone No. - - - 30
Office up Stairs, O. II. liutler
Di.eaa* (irml si-
tu k tin »< alp, <U-
struying Ilia hair
tialitneM, cm ruivs
jgnyntM, dtad iooking, lu>-
lerlt.* hair and iti King
(dp. The rirh lather of llunt'a Mrdivaled
Bmp csrrias with it to th* vary Pair roola
just tha risht cumliinaiiun of medicinal in-
irclitnla to correct acalp troublaa, cauaing
i ii'irlarit hair growlli and imparting (hat
It id tinea, of tha hair that indicaiaa Ilia prop-
er hair health.
VENDOR’S LEIN NOTES
And anything else jrpu can
think of that you may want to
have printed. Wa will appre-
ciate your order, large or small,
and will take special pains with
each one entrusted to us.
Neat Work Prompt Service
PANOLA DRUG COMPANY.
D Many pnrsonn, othnrwias
D vigorous end healthy, ars
Q bothered occasionally with
Q Indigestion. Tho effects of s
gg disordered stomach on the
!! nystem ere dangerous, end
■■ prompt treatment of Indlgoe-
D Bon is Important. “Tb« only
■I medicine 1 have ntn^dod has
linen something to aid dlges-
D tion and cleau tbs liver,"
■a writes Mr. Fred Ashby, s
■f McKinney, Teiaa, farmer.
D My mpdiclne Is
PI for Indigestion and atomacb
trouble of any kind. I have
D never found anything that
Q touches the spot, like Black-
■■ Draught. I take It In broken
H done* after meals. For a long
g| time I tried pills, which grl|
m ed and didn't give the good
■■ results. Black-Draught llvsr
Q medicine is easy to take, easy
g to keep, inex|ienatvs.’*
g riet a package from yoar
® druggist today—Aak for and
D insist upon Thedforda—the
0 only genuine.
D Get It today.
When you Lr<’l Hit* Hanking Habit you have an asset
Dial Is ol (lie greatest value to you
The Hanking Habit teuelies you economy. You learn
I bill money grows.
I bis liabit makes for permanence in a depositor.
I bis bank eneourages you to get Ihe habit of depos-
iting your earnings.
Wa have a large etock if fin-
ished Monuments In *harra
Granite and Georgia, Italian
and Vermont garble. Our
stock and facilities enables us
to finish MONUMENTS better
end In laentlma, for less money
Call or writ*
qko. m. McDaniel.
Marshall Marble Works
rare! anelBhow 0aoma tOB-10 testa SMe PeSMe Sgsws
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Park, R. M. The Panola Watchman (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 33, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 17, 1922, newspaper, May 17, 1922; Carthage, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973630/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sammy Brown Library.