Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. , No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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JESSE J. TODD
service any time day or
Prices reasonable. Phone
:e or City Drug Siore.
879, Hitt’s Cigar Store,
“the man with the Dodge.’
ROOM NO. 4
First National Bank
-ARANSAS PASS, TEXAS—-
We solicit your account and guarantee every
accommodation consistent with good banking
If we write it, it's right. Let us protect you,
Strongest companies represented
First State Bank
Of Aransas Pass, Texas
Capital Stock $50,000.00
GUARANTY FUND BANK
C. W. HOL MES, President
JOHN C. IV cKONE, Vice Pres.
A. C. MOC IRE, Cashier
W. W. Jones John C. McKone
C. W. Holmes A. C. Moore
W. E. Tedford
24-foot Fislung Poles
Just Received New
Shipment of 24 foot
Cape Fishing Poles
. T. Hardware Co
S. MAIL BOAT
Isas Pass—Port Aransas
[Buffalo or Nymph will sail on the following
rhich is subject to change without notice:
ransas Pass at 9:45 a. m. or not later than 10:45 a. m.
)epending upon the arrival of the morning train)
t Port Aransas -
11:45 a. m.
ort Aransas -
|t Aransas Pass ...
1:00 p. m.
Iransas Pass - - -
[ Port Aransas -
4:30 p. m.
5:30 p. m.
art Aransas -
1 Aransas Pass .....
- 6:00 p. m.
7:00 p. m.
^■nsas Pass ......
lire* ort Aransas.....
10:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m,
2:00 p. m.
3:00 p. m.
ins for Passengers. Hauls all kinds of
hy freight. Automobiles transported at
pt. A. A. WALKER
building on Harbor Island is now
his means an influx of many
;Aransas Pass, and a consequent
the time to buy a good home
tee because of the business activ-
ibecome manifest. I have 2, 3,
res that 1 can sell for part cash
pass business property, acreage
platting, and x vacant lots on
tble for building purposes.
lent Property for l|Rent
or Address «
rial Street and Nelson Avenue
Local and Personal
Judge J. C. Houts, of Sinton,
who is the unopposed candidate
for the office of County Judge,
was an Aransas Pass visitor the
first of the week. One of the rea-
sons the Judge has no opponent
is the fact that he has the confi-
dence and respect of all who
For Rent— 6-room bungalow;
floors varnished; kitchen repaper-
ed and painted; in fine shape. Ap-
ply R. A. Bell, Progress office. I4tf
D. Gallivan, who has been em-
ployed on the United States
Dredge Comstock at Port Aransas
went to Rockport Wednesday
where he vyill work on the United
States dredge Sam Houston,
which left Galveston at 6 a. m.
Tuesday to dredge Murray reef in
the Rockport channel and the
launching basin for the Heldenfels
J. B. Pangle, of Corpus Christi,
was an Aransas Pass visitor Wed-
Dr. H. P. Beatty, dentist, will be
in Aransas Pass every Monday/
Office over postoffice.
Lost—One red mule, saddle and
bridle. Return to R. S. Wade and
receive reward. It
Mrs. A. Hertwig, of San Anton-
io, is visiting the family of her son,
A. H. Hertwig.
Mrs. E. W. Young, who has
been visiting her father, P. F.
Booker, returned Wednesday to
her home in San Antonio.
Mrs. j. M. Johnson and children
were the guests of Mrs. Johnson’s
mother, Mrt . ^Cole at Rockport
on the Fourth.
Frank Johnson and Tanning
Torkildsen, who have been em-
ployed on the fuel oil tug Huasteca
Grande, returned Wednesday to
their home at Galveston.
Service car, night or day, any-
where, any time. Day phone 39;
night phone 40. L. E. Duckworth
For Sale—Model 83 Overland
touring car in excellent condition.
Gall on or address Homer Rainey.
Taft, Tex. 1 3-41
Mrs. John Hughes left Sunday
for Kenedy, Tex., to visit her
father, R. L. Ludlow.
Mrs. H. B. Arnold, of Big
Springs, Tex., who was here dur-
ing the illness and death of her
mother, Mrs. M. E. Barber at
Rockport, returned home Wed-
■■ ■ O'1,1
Mrs. N. A. Edwards, of Rock-
port who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. N. Roberts, re-
turned home last Friday.
H. E. Dare and wife visited
friends at St. Paul, Tex., last Sun-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Moorhouse, Friday, July 5, a 9
A. N. Allen and J. F. Allison, of
Snyder, Okla., arrived last week to
make Aransas Pass their home.
Mrs. W. H. Davis, accompanied
by her son, James, left last Friday
to visit her daughters, Misses Ellen
and Anna who are attending
school at Ft. Worth.
Judge Roy Jackson of Rockport,
was a business visitor in Aransas
Pass last Friday.
L. M. Blair, wife and baby, of
Port Aransas, visited friends in
Rockport July 4. Mr. Blair is a
member of the coast guard crew
at the port.
Students of the Sunday School
lesson for July 14. will find it in
Acts, 8-26-39, reading in connec-
tion Psalm 19. This would be
well to commit to memory, the
main thought being the instruction
that a Christian gets from reading
the word of God. The lesson
teaches that as the Scriptures are
God’s instrument for the conver-
sion of sinners, so they are indis-
pensable to growth in grace. Not
the mere formal reading, but the
intelligent study of the Scriptures
is essential to their profitable use.
More to be desired are they than
gold—yea, than much fine gold—
and in keeping them tfi^re is great
Dr. H. P. Beatty, dentist, will be
in Aransas Pass every Monday.
Office over postoffice.
Raymond S. Wade visited the
family of H. B. Burwell at Rock-
port on the Fourth.
For Rent—One 4-room and
5-room cottage. Call on
A revival meeting will begin at
the Methodist Church next Sunday
morning. Rev. T. A, White, of
Sinton, will assist in this revival
Brother White was here a few
months ago and preached several
days to the delight and profit of all
who heard him. We feel it un-
necessary to ask you to come
hear him again, because you will
come, but we will let you know
that you are welcome at all of our
services, and urged to take part.
We ask that all who sing take
their places on the choir rostrum
without further invitation. No
class distinctions will be made.
No stinging flings will be thrown
out. We ask you to pray for the
success of this meeting.
W. VASCO TEER, pastor.
Subscribe for The Progress.
One Thousand Dollars
will be paid by tbe Com-
mandant of the Eighth
Naval District to any
person who furnishes
leading to the discovery
of an actual enemy sub-
The Commandant re-
serves the right to de-
cide who is entitled to
such reward and to pro-
portion such reward if
two or more persons
give such information.
PLENTY OF PROOF
From People You Know—From Aransas
The greatest skeptic can hardly fail to
be convinced by evidence like this. It is
impossible to produce better proof of
me&t than the testimony of Aransas Pass
people, of people who can be seen at any
time. Read the following case of it:
G. E. Minter says: “1 had rheumatic
pains in the small of my back. It hurt me
to stoop over and then straighten up again
but Doan’s Kidney Pills gave me great re-
lief. One box is all I need at any time to
rid me of the pain.”
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t simply
ask for a kidney remedy-—get Doan’s Kid-
ney Pills—-the same that Mr. Minter had.
Fostor-Milburn Co,, Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Good Things to Eat
Cash Sanitary Grocery Go.
GIVE US A PART OF YOUR BUSINESS
Eire, Lightnings Tornado, Plate Glass Indemnity, Health
Accident, Auto and Burglary Insurance.
First National Bank
If you have a risk that CAN be insured our varied and ample facilities will carry it,
If You Have Anything for Sale
Rent or Exchange, Advertise
it In The Progress.
We have 100 lbs. Gill Net Webbing,
five feet deep, 2 inch square mesh,
made of No. 1 2 cast net thread. Price
subject to stock bn hand $1.45 per lb.
Rollins Supply Co.
Corpus Christi, Texas
Work Quickly, Neatly Done
Progress Job Office.
Pure Sweet Apple Cider
Pure Grape Cider
Pop of All Kinds
Tobacco, Etc., Etc.
Come in and make yourself at
R. E. MIMS
Successor to F. M. Minter
Cor. Comriierclal St. and Goodnight Ave.
We jStand on the Fact
That Everything We
Sel! Must Give
It’s a fact that you can-
not get better goods for
the money than we sell.
It’s a fact that you can
depend upon us to sell
you only dependable
Just honest goods at
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Warrick, W. E. Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. , No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1918, newspaper, July 12, 1918; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth975185/m1/3/: accessed January 29, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.