Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, April 2, 1920 Page: 3 of 4

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local news and personals
W. H. Starbuclc is in San Antonio on
First National Bank
CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS $7,500.00
Mrs. J. E. January spent, last week
in the city visiting old friends and
attending to business matters.
John C. McKone made a business
visit in Houston this week.
j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Posey of Brown-
sacked is the wood, Tex., are visiting Mrs. Posey’s
;’s. parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. B, Holland.
Boyd McCampbell, of San Antonio,
arrived in the city Wednesday.
For Faster we submit ior the ms pec non of the Ladies
a beautiful line oi
in all the latest materials, styles and polors
and in all sizes.
We want to call your attention, also, to our
Voiles and Organdies
We invite you to inspect them—-they will please you.
have a line par excellent of
Blue Ribbon Flour is becoming very
popular. Call Hartzog Grocery and
get in line and order a sack.
Hartzog, Grocer.
Dr. Henry Beatty was a business
visitor in Sun Antonio this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira .Sisson who have
been spending the past two months vis-
iting relatives in .the city left Thursday
for their home in New York.
We solicit your account and guarantee every
accommodation consistent with good banking
Harry Kaplan, of San Antonio, was
a business visitor in the city Thursday.
W. N. Porter, of San Antonio, came
in Tuesday to spend a few weeks fish-
Walter S. Hay is building a substan-
tial addition to his cottage on Mc-
Campbell street, recently purchased
from Mr. Howland.
R. L. Mathis, of Mathis, Tex., was
calling on old friends in the city Wed-
Albert Emery, ,Tr., met with an acci-
dent at the ship yards last week, re-
sulting in the breaking of his left
wrist. At present time lie is getting
along nicely.
Tanks, Gutters, Pipe Fittings and Sewage Disposal Systems. Electrical
Contracting and supplies.
For the Men and Boys we
Palm Beach Saits
Mrs, J. P. Thomas, of Bowie, Tex.,
.is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. R.
L. Spriegel.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lillie, of Ilock-
port. were visitors, in Aransas Pass
Wednesda y.
Ravenwood Coffee only f>0 cents a
pound, why pav more when Raven-
wood is superior to all others.
Mrs Harry Hilburn and baby boy
are in the. city, called here hv serious
illness of Mrs Hi!burn’s father. R. L.
warn to rent a house, a business house
or furnished rooms.
it is probably due to eye strain. Remove your eye strain and even
your health will improve.
With twamy-seven years of experience in fitting glasses £o
our credit, the results are guaranteed to you.
MD.s Priscilla Stevens, .-who has been
i Corpus Christi for some time, re-
mind; homo this week!
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“The Store for Those Who Care"
617 Mesquite 3t. Corpus ChrFsci, Texas. Pfeehc
Latent'song and instrumental hits in
slioot music.
It Purity Confectionery. -
j grade of eitizeinliip, are leaving this
j work for other u-ss responsible, but
j better paid, and it. is the most mis-
taken kind of economy which is let-
ting them 'go. Teachers should he
among the best paid of the public
servants, for there is no work more
important to the state than theirs.
Especially at this' time when dangerous
theories are threatening to wreck our
government, is proper education of the
greatest moment.
Higher Wages For Teachers
Mrs. Franklin has opened a lunch
and short order stand in the McCoy
building on Commercial St:
Public education officials' in a num-
ber of states give a doleful outlook
for the future in the shortage of
teachers. "From different parts of the
country comes the same cry of the
difficulty of getting teachers on ac-
count of the inadequate pay. Men
and women whose services wwyuld be
iftvaluable in training the rising gen-
eration and giving tlie nation a fine
1 Are you using the Blue Ribbon Flour?
j if not you should if you want the
j best.
.T. H. HARTZOG. Grocer.
Quentin Jones, brother of Mrs. Har-
ry Stevens, returned to his home in
Lincoln, Neb., after a most delightful
winter on the coast.
Just think! Vanilla, Cherry, Maple-
nut. Strawberry; Banana and Pine-
apple Ice Cream, put up in any quan-
tity, take a pail home with you..
It Purity Confectionery. •
For Sale or Exchange, for something
near Los Angeles, California : Lot 10,
Block 730, Aransas Pass. Make offer
to B. W. Davis, Attorney, 332 Title, In-
surants! Building. Los Angeles, Califor-
The" large seven-room cottage being
built near corner of Nelson and Saun-
ders streets for Max Crenshaw, is
nearing completion.
One 4-room and one. 10-room house
to rent. A pretty good Sampson wind-
mill for sale. OH AS. II. GILE
Special Sunday Din
is complete. We can supply the entire family.
The France & Canada Oil Transport
Co. have moved their offices from the
First National Bank building to their
Shipyard at Harbor Island.
WE BEY, raise, and sell fur-bearing
rabbits, and other ftn'-benring animals;
List what you have with us, stating
your lowest prices oil large lot ship-
The Fur & Specialty Farming
m itiercaMiie
Will be found at the PROGRESS OFFICE Mondays and Saturdays
with a line of absolutely the best
Just received a fresh shipment of
box and bulk chocolates.
It Purity Confectionery.
Co., 515-517 N. P. Ave., Fargo. N. Dak.
Last Sunday morning a merry pic-
nic party left for Port Aransas and
Mustang Island in Bill Covington's
launch and had a most enjoyable time,
returning in the evening,. The party
composed of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Sisson,
Wellsville, N. Y.; Mr and Mrs. Charles
Holme, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bigelow and
family, Miss Francis Helme, Mi-. Robert
Holme, Mr. C. D. Jones, all of this city.
W ateheSj Clocks and Jewelry
All Repairing Positively Guaranteed.
y man— :
we made this
cigarette for you!
We have secured The services of Mr.
J. W, Grimes, “To Please the People,”
who has wide experience, and we know
his services will be appreciated by our
But it’s not the weather we are speaking of.
We have put in a complete stock of the fa-
The best springs made.
Sizes for the following cars: Oakland, Buick
Dodge, Maxwell, Chevrolet and Ford.
Right is reserved to change price and
terms without notice on lots in Block
549, advertised it: last week’s Progress.
Separate or together these lots are for
sale at a big bargain,
Aransas Pass, Texas
/^AMELS fit your cigarette de-
V_^ sires so completely 31011’11 agree
they were made to meet your taste!
Unique flavor, fragrance and mel-
low-mild-body due to Camels qual-
ity and expert blend of choice Turk-
ish and choice Domestic tobaccos
are a revelati on 1 You will prefer the
Camel blend to either kind of tobacco
smoked straight!
sP With Camels you can go the limit
/ra jlil without tiring'your taste, They
f *eave no unpleasant cigaretty after-
A Jillitast9; no unpleasant °dor!
'■ ijisllf To Set a Iinf on why Camels win
l yof f° OT12pIe*ely compar6 them
puft-for-purf with any cigarette in
2%,%SUS?%$St&!tne world at any price. You’ll pre-
' *«|SKfoSK!S?£SSS22 fer quality to coupons or premiums!
strongly recommend *■
this carton tor the home or of- D T Dcv«rtT ___ . __ _ __
in- !-.¥%* nc<j uopply or when you-travei. R» J> RE\NOL13S TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, TJ. C.
We now have a good stock of
Clincher Casings in the three
styles made by Goodyear fer
Ford-s, Maxwells, Chevrolets,
etc. Also a full line of other
sizes—-tubes and tire savers.
You wilF find our Goodyear
service and Goodyear tires
best for your car.
Bulletin on Clothes
Austin, Texas, March 2(1.-—A bulletin!
concerning the amount and kind ofj
clothes needed by girls who expect to j
attend the University of Texas is being
prepared by the Home Economics De- \
pai’tment. Copies of the bulletin will-
be sent to high schools throughout the j
State, and. on request, to any girl who;
desires one.
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There is more Catarrh in this section
Of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for years it was sup-
posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional con-
ditions .and therefore requires constitu-
tional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Medi-
cine. manufactured by F J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re-
ward i3 offered for any ease that Hall’s
Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. JBEkEf & GO.. Toledo, Ohio.
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They Make Your Tires Last Longer
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes.

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Warrick, W. E. Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, April 2, 1920, newspaper, April 2, 1920; Aransas Pass, Texas. ( accessed April 18, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.

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