Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
WATCH FOR THE OPENING
PICTURES OF QUALITY
WILL BE SHOWN
A Few of the Pictnres to be Played
SPARK DIVINE -..................-............-.....—with Alice Joyce
A GENTLEMAN OF QUALITY______,...................Earl Williams
BETWEEN MEN—_________________-........L.-WilMn S. Hart
THE LAMB___________-______________________ _______---Douglas Fairbanks
FIFTY FIFTY_________________________________________________Norma Talmage
GIRL OF THE TIMBER CLAIMS---------------------Constance Talmage
PEGGY—— -______-______________________________-______- Billie Burk
A NIGHT IN THE SHOW-______________________ Charles Chaplin
OUT OF THE FOG——__________________-____________-_______Nazimova
THE LIGHTNING RAIDER------------------------------with Pearl White
Other Stars to Play the Garden
HAROLD LOCKWOOD MADGE KENNEDY
PAULINE FREDERICK MAE MARSH
LOUIS BENNISON GERALDINE FARRAR
REX BEACH - THEDA BARA
EVELYN NESBIT WILLIAM FARNUM
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG ALICE BRADY
GEORGE WALSH MARION DAVIES
PEGGY HYLAND MAGDALAINE TRAVERSE
J. A. Montgomery and family
. and bis son Scott Montgomery and
family of Georgetown, Tex., were
auto visitors in the city Thursday.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
E. A. Farnum, of Pecos City, Tex.,
who is a sister of Mr. J. A. Mont-
gomery. The party is enjoying a
camping out tour along this sec-
tion of the coast and are having
a delightful time. Mr Montgomery
was much pleased with Aransas
Pass and voluntarily stated that
the city water here was the best
drank in 200 miles.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brauer,
Jr. of Beaumont, Tex., arrived
Monday for a few week’s visit with
their mother, Mrs. J. B. Crocker.
They were accompanied by Lmil
Brauer, also of Beaumont.
Photography in all branches. See
Angelloz at Swoffords old locati-
John E. Kelley, of Vidurie, Tex.,
was a business visitor in the city
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. W. B. Kemp of Rockport
Tex., was a shopping visitor in the
B. O. Brown, publisher of the
Record at Vernon, Tex., and his
brother Dr. B. S. Brown, of George
West, Tex., were in the city Mon-
day on their Way to Corpus Christi
Pass where they will spend a week
playing with the big fins that infest
the waters about the Pass.
! Judge Carl Utterback, of Port
Aransas, was a business visitor in
this city yesterday.*
This section is , termed Wild
Cat.” In proven fields the
‘‘Leased” tracts are the first to be
drilled. Is your land “Leased”?
If not, list it with us. We charge
10 per eent on leases.
Aransas Pass Realty Co.
The San Antonio Express, of
June 16, contained the picture of
Alice'Olson, daughter of Mr. G.
Olson of this city, who graduated
at the San Antonio Business Uni-
versity on May 23.
Subscribe for Tbe Progress.
W. B. McAfee, formerly of Aran-
sas Pass and Ingleside, who serv-
ed with the Twentieth Engineers
in France is visiting,the family of
Chas. Hultgren and other friends.
Mrs. J. M. Goodwin, of Fort
Sumner, N. ,M., i^ in the city visit-
ing her daughter, Mrs. J. F. New-
Subscribe for The Progress.
Herman Brauer, Sr., of Grays-
burg,Tex.,.L. A„ Walter, Patsy and
Emil Brauer, of Beaumont, Tex.,
Dr. J. P. Thomas, and Howell
Thomas, Jr., and Merwyn Black,
of .Bowie, Tex., and Monroe Sprie-
gel, of this fcity, are camping and
fishing at the end of the old termi-
nal railway in Redfish bay.
W. B. Wesley, special representa-
tive of Exhibitors Mutual Distrib-
uting Corporation, of Dallas, Tex.,
and1 Jack Petit, representing the
Pathe exchange, of Dallas, were in
Aransas Pass this week arranging
with Jimmie Holmes for their film
service at “The Garden/5 the new
airdome theater that will be opened
to the public next week. As a result
of the visit “The Garden” will put
on some of the biggest specialties in
the market including such as
“What Every Woman Wants,5
featured by Grace Dorman; the
Eleventh Commandment; ” 5 ‘Turn
of the Road,” Miss Beatrice Mitch-
ellmen in “Just Squaw’’ and many
other big features announced else-
where in this issue.
See our wash skirts and waists
before you buy.
The Millinery Shop.
J. A. Rowand and son Charles,
•f Helena, Mont., were in the
city this week visiting R. A. Bell,
of the Texas Coastal Oil Co.
Dr. J. P. Thomas and wife and
four children, Frieda, Hazel, How-
ell and Thelma, their niece, Ferfi
Spriegel and Merwyn Black, of
Bowie, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Brauer and Herman Brauer, of
Beaumont, Tex., ar« the guests
this week of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
C, M. Hubby, of Waco, Tex.,
was in tbe city Tnesday visiting
his daughter Mrs. Janet Kopperl.
Otto Groos, ‘ and daughter
Helena, df Kyle, Tex., are in the
city visiting Mr. Groos, proprietor
of the City Drug Store.
Monarch of Independent Companies
M. F. Allison, President; W. H. Gaines, Vice President
C. B. Mitchell, Secretary-Treasurer.
Elizabeth Jack Crenshaw, little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Crenshaw, born January 29, 1918;
died June 17, 1919. Funeral
services were held Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o’clock at the Meth-
odist Ch'urch, Rev- W. Vasco Teer
conducting’ the services. Interment
was in Prairie View Cemetery.
The services at the church were
largely . attended by sorrowing
friends who mingled their tears
with those of the bereaved parents
and relatives, and their love for the
little one’who had passed beyond
was manifest in a great profusion
of beautiful flowers that submerged
the tiny casket and covered the
new made grave.
The bereaved . parents desire
through the columns of The Prog-
ress to extend their heartfelt thanks
to their many friends .for their
sincere sympathy and many acts of
kindness buring the illness and
death of their loved one.
GET YOUR DIVIDEND
Texas Crude offers you the unusual opportunity of
participating in its next quarterly dividend, payable July
15. Stockholders of record June 30 will be entitled to
this profit. Last regular dividend was paid April 15.
Texas Crude guarantees a minimum dividend of 12 per
cent. It has the production with which to pay it. A
limited amount of the capital stock of this big, successful
independent Texas oil industry is available at Two Dol-
lars per share.
Buy Now at $2.00
Or Pay $5.00 to $10.00 Later.
Texas Crude/has Eleven Producing wells. It is
drilling Nine others. It has 50,000 acres of Texas oil
land to develop. It plans to drill many additional wells
in the near future. We predict 33 additional comple-
tions this year. Holdings in Ranger amidst the most
sensational wells of the field—the Norwood, Connollee,
Roper, Perkins, Harris, Cotton and Humble Scott. At
Burkburnett we offset the wonderful Sure Pop, reported
sold for $300,000 to $450,000. We are amidst the Burk-
Waggoner, United, Golden Cycle, M. & P. Burk, Texas
Chief and others that have made millions for their stock-
Wire or Write your orders in now at $2.00 a share
or pay $5.00 or $10.00 later.
Texas Crude Oil Co.,
C. E. Latourette, Representative.
P. O. Box 18, Aransas Pass, Texas.
References: First State Bank, First National Bank, Ar-
ansas Pass, Texas.
Owen McCaskill, wife and
baby, of Berclair, Tex., are in the
city visiting , Mr. McCaskill’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. McCaskill.
They were accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Diebel, also of
Berclair. They have spent the
week visiting, bathing, fishing, and
luxuriating in the cool gulf breezes.
C. C. Bubenzer, proprietor of
the Cozy theater at Sinton, ' spent
the week-end last week in Aran-
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hurley, of
Bowie, Tex., are in.the city visiting
their daughter, Mrs. J. W.Thwing,
v’-.’-if ' t f .a - VISA 'V \ .
OF ARANSAS PASS, TEXAS
Capital Stock, $50,000
GUARANTY FUND BANK
• C. W. HOLMES, President John Sigmund- John C. McKone 4*
JOHN S'CMUND Vice-Pres, C. W. Holmes A. C. Moore .
A. C. MOORE, Cashier , W. B. Tedford
4* *K4* 4* 4* 4* •H* •H' 4 4* 4* 4* 4*
AN EXPERT VILCAMZER
IS NOW IN CHARGE OF OUR
Gates Half Soles
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO TAKE
CARE OF ALL KINDS OF TIRE
Snyder Motor Co.
Aransas Pass, Texas
Our Optical Department is at your Service
Corpus Christi .... Texas
The Best Place to Eat ' The Best Place to Sleep
. " Vy;*
HOTEL ARANSAS PASS
and American Cafe
Good Regular Meal 35c; Rooms 50c, 75c, and $1.50
Rooms by week $2.00 to 7.00. Room and Board by Week
Corner Commercial Street and Goodnight Ave.
Recreation Parlors for Gentlemen
E. C. HOFFMANN, Prop.
Pool and domino tables, cold drinks of all kinds, including
La Perla, Cocoa Cola, Soda Pop, and Ciders, Tobacco,
Cigars, Candies, Fresb Fruits all Kinds
You’re always welcome to come and make yourself at home
J. W. McCAIN
PLUMBING AND SHEET METAL WORK
Tanks, Gutters, Pipe Fittings and Sewage Disposal Systems. Electrical
Contracting and supplies.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Warrick, W. E. Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1919, newspaper, June 20, 1919; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth975232/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.