The Baylor County Banner. (Seymour, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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batlob cotnrrr banner march m*.
Bock bottom price# on Bug* of sl’
kinds- - K, A. ROGERS.
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There will be no gasolino ODOR left
fai pone clothe* when elenned nnd prene
«il «t TARVERS SHOIb
Yon get your money*# worth when
yon buy Tiinlne, because It produce*
result*. Baylor D|rug Store.
Mr. nnd Mr*, (leorge Itarker of Ma
belle nre very Imppy over the arriv-
H1 of a fine 0 pound girl at their home
*%tir»d«y night of last week. Every
body 1* getting along fine, and the
young lady will have the name of
When yon need a can of floor sweep
* phono 230-KOOKKR
Mr. Joe Nichols of Bed Hpring* wa»
token to the Baptist HanHtarluin at
jAallas ln»t week for an appondieltle
operation, Ho *tood the ordeal very
nicely and is soon going to be a#
goodi or better than ever. He would
not have been, thongh, If he had not
gotten this operation attended to.
Kverything In Stoneware, glased
both side*. Seymour Mercantile Co,
Mm. J. J. Driver and non, Billie Jay
•f Benjamin were here in the B. T.
,Dickson honP* for several day* recently.
Mr. Driver came over last week In
hi* car and took them home.
If yoti are In the market fqg a Bitch
en Cabinet, don’t fall to call .at my
store and let me show you the beauty
and convenience of a Hub Special, No.
40, White Enamel-Porcelain top. Also
the same cabinet in golden oak—E. A.
There I* not a single portion of the
body that Is not benefited by the help-
ful action of Tanlac. Rn.vlor Drug
Mr. George Mustek of Red Sponge
bn* been at the Baptist Sanitarium
In Datla* recently for an operation on
account of bemoroid*. He got along
fine and say* he feel* 100 per cent
THE ONE WORK
, / That Ebmodies our Ideal of any Store it
Our supreme thought has ever been to make and keep our store a thoroughly dependable insti-
tution, and this steadfast purpose safeguards your every purchase here and guarantees you as
to the sterling character of our merchandise, completeness of our store, efficiency of service and
our uniformly lowest consistent prices. *
This is the Platform upon which we Invite Your Business. * «ii
9:00 and 10:00 A. M.
4:00 P. M.
To th* Farmers' of Baylor County:
Mr. Henry Ford reduce* prices of
I Fordaon Tractors. You can now buy *
Fonlaon for $439.79 F. O. B. Seymour.
Mr. F^rd It proving to ti# the beat
friend to the farmer* the world ho<
over known, by putting Ida traetora In
reach of every farmer.
Wo ea<ry a complete Inn- of part*
We have torn down new tractor* in or
der to give the farmer the part* hi
need* the minute he call* f«$r them.
Our chop I* equipped with nit much
ine* and tool* to overhaul the Fordaon
We *cnd our mechanic* to the Ford
ptnnt each year, in order to keep up
with the work.
Ask other tractor denier* what kind
of sigvlee they are able to give, a*k
them if they have gone to the expenm
Mr, Ford require* hi* dealer* to go t(
In order to give *ervlc*. A*k them
to *how you their shop machine tools
nnd skilled mechanic*.
Mr. Farmer It* lervlce you m«»t have
If you u«e 'flraetor* you will need re
pari* and you can't afford to wait If
to 20 day* for part* when you are bu*y
in the Held. Plena* remember that wi
arc at your service on Ford car* ant*
Tyactor* nt all time*.
HUNT MOBTOB CO., Seymour,
FANCHER MOTOR 00„ Bomarton.
B. Y. P. 0. SPECIAL MISSION-
On Sunday March 29, at 0:30 P. M.,
the Senior B. Y. P. V. Will render 8
•pecial mlaaionary program. The •ab-
ject of the evening will be “Cuba*'
Thl* program will not be given with the
intention of taking a free will offifing
bt merely to bring you in touch with
the need* of our mission fields abroad.
The public is eitcnded a hearty in-
vitation to attend. Don't forget the
time and place. ,
The following is the program:
leader—Min* Bill Smith.
Scripture Lesson—By Leader.
Cuba’* Cry—Mr. H. E. Brock.
• Plano Solo—Mia* K»ta Donehoo.
The best year’* work in Cuban Hatist
History—Ml** Lillian Baker.
Duet—Mr. Robert and Mis* Burnett
Out In The Ways and Hedges in
Cuba—Mi** Jenale Lee Mime.
Vocal Solo with violin—Ml** DorrD
Humphreys and Agnes White.
Rending, Praying and Paying,—Lit
tie Mias Laura E. Bradshaw.
Quinetet—Mi»*e* Margaret Howell
Kvn Leo Gaither Vera Allen, Messr*
Wesley Harrison nnd B. W. Bradshaw
Sinble Comb White Leghorn egg*.
$1.23 setting. From M. Johnson Strain.
MBS. R. B. HUGHES, Route 3, Sey-
the winter at Corpus Christi.
First class Hotels, reasonable
FCR INFORMATION WRITE
G. P, A, Gult Coast Lines
For the Ladies
THEY SAY WOMEN LIVE LONGER THAN
MEN AND THAT THEY NEVER GET TOO
OLD TO WANT TO BE ATTRACTIVE.
GOOD LOOKS JUST NATURALLY GO A*
LONG WITH THE LADIES.
So, then, a* many of them already know,
we have the ClMK Manicure Seta, and will Mil
the individual piece*. We also handle the fa-
n.miH Mavia and Djerkina line* of powdera,
rouge, toilet water, Beauty Cream, etc. We
earry the Velvetina lino complete, ^ou will
find here a complete line of hair nets, of the
HAT DYES—That make a last year* straw
shape look like a new one.
Adolphus «*andies are the beet.
perfumes and Ivory Goods, in the
quels or wreath*.
we order flowers in bou-
Don't Guess !
WHAT KIND OF BRAN AND FLOUR
IS PUT OUT BY THIS MILL
GET A SACK NOW, USE IT CAREFULLY AND FAIRLY,
AND SEE IF YOU DO NOT THINK IT IS THE BEST
FLOUR YOU EVER USED.
(The manager said he would back up
any atatement made regarding the
GOOD QUALITY OF WESTOVER
‘ . FLOUR.) ■
WESTOVER MILL & ELEV.
CLUBS MEET AT HASKELL
Haskell, Texas, Match 14/—The first
district Texas Federation of Women’*
(Hub* wilt most at Haskell April 17 to
1$. The fetowing I* the program:
Monday, April 17.—10 a. m. execu-
tive board meeting at library; 12 a. m.
luncheon for executive board and State
visitors, courtesy of Luncheon, Bar-
|l mony and Magazine Club*; 3 p. m. re
' ccption in honor of first district dele-
gate* and viaitors, and State visitor*,
Mrs. J. U. Fields, hostess; 8:15 p. m.
president’s evening, high school audi-
Tuesday, April 18.—Meeting* held in
First Christian Church, noon luncheon,
hy courtesy of Harmony and Magazine
Clubs; 4 p. m. drive to Rulo; tea at
homo of Mrs. J. D. Westbrook, Wo-
man'* Club of Rule, host; 8:30 p. m. re-
ception, club husbands, host*.
Wednesday, April 10.—Noon luncheon,
courtesy of Elk’* Lodge; 9 p. m. tea
pouring at library, Maid* nnd Matron*’
Shower for Mrs. Msrrick
Mrs. John Merrick, who leaves Sun-
day with her husband for Oklahomu
City, to make their home with their
daughter, Mis* Edith Merrick of that
place, was the receipicnt of n surprise
shower of parting gifta from her
friend* of the Christian church Thurs-
day afternoon at the home of $fr*- J-
T. Lively. Mr*. Lively hod invited
“Mother Merrick’’ in to spend the (lay
with her nnd hnd nsk.iil a number of
Indies of the eliipch in for the after
noon. Mrs. Merrick wnn entertained
upstairs until all the guests had arriv-
ed. She cume down ready to be carried
home when rile was met In the living
room by her friends. The shower was
very prettily planned. Each guest was
asked to tell a riddle and later u joke
on herself, nnd it was decided Mr*.
Merrick’a joke took the prize. Mr*.
R. D. Mugg brought a large basket in
nnd presented it to her, and it proved
to be n miscellaneous shower of person-
al rsmrmberanees. The hostess served
cherry pie with whipped cream to Me*-
dames A. Buie, Lee Coy, R. L. Poff,
J. W. Cope, H. R. Me David, D. L. Ken-
an, W. H. Gray, C. B. Rope, J. If.
Clark, Y. R. Yarbrough, T. H. Pesry,
Z. W. Briggs, L. L. Miteheil, Cash Beil,
Kd Craddock, Alva Ifill, D. F. Go**,
R. D. Mugg, P. J. Foster, W. H. Mer-
rick, Jet Burnet of Padueah, J. H. Mer-
rick nnd Min* Neva Merrick.—Wiehita
The Cattlemen's Association of Tex-
as had its annual meeting last week
in Forth Worth, in connection with
the Stock Show. There waa a good
attendance and a fine meeting was
had. There were a number of promi
nont speakers on the program, and n
good many thing* were brought np
that will have a tendency to help tho
eattle raiser out of the wood*. Cyru*
B. Lucan of Berelair was elected the
next president, and El Paso
jeeted a* the next meeting place.
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IN MEMORY OF
George Beauregard Morris
Whereas it pleased our Heavenly
Father to remove from our midst out
beloved friend and neighbor and faith
ful member, Mr. G. B. Morris, be it re
solved by thl* church in Conference as
sembled, that we have lost an inval
nnble member; a member who has been
with us for a number of ypars, nnd
who ha* been faithful in the discharge
of his duties toward God nnd and to-
ward man. A member who was nearly
always in his place at the house of wor-
ship, nnd who supported with his menn*
and his time every move that looked
toward the advancement of the church’*
interests and tho extending of God’*
kingdom. A member who always geet-
ed his brethern with n smile anil a
spirit of fe.lowship such as is accept-
able in the sight of the Heavenly Fath-
er. A member who always mindful of
the welfare of others and who minister-
ed unto those were needy. And a
member whose everyday life was an
exemplification of the teachings of
Resolved that the family of Mr
Morris has suffered an unspeakable
loss in the removing of the husband
and father, nnd this church commends
these bereaved ones to God, who can
be their stay in their time of trouble.
May His grace be sufficient for them,
until the time shall come when the
summons will come for them.
Resolved that the community has lost
a citizen who has served his community
these many years m few men have been
able to serve.
At this hour we feel deeply our sense
of loss, and at such times as this our
hearts turn to Him who lost Heaven
and his own life for our sake, and who
in His infinite wisdom and power 1*
able to turn loss into gain.
Be it further Resolved, that thes$
resolutions be spread on our minutes,
a eopy be furnished the family, and a
copy furnished the Baylor County Ban
ner for pnblieatlon.
O. C. HARRISON,
W. H. NICHOL8, SR.
C. W. 8IDDEN8.
OOAliA COTTON SEED
Pure, here only one year, ginned and
kept pure. $1.30 per bushel.
5-8. W, K, MARTIN, Westover. Tex.
Notice of riling of Trado Mark
Thl* is to certify that White St Bmith,
a partnership composed of C. O. White
nnd A. E. Smith of Bcymour, Texas,
has filed in my office the following
TRADE MARK, to bo used in the man.
ufaeture of Auto Finish, as required by
Article 703, Revised Statutes, to-wit:
Given under my hand and soul of of-
fice this 14th day of March A. D. 1022,
L. O. Wharton, Clerk County Court,
Baylor County, Texas.
(SEAL) * 2-7.
Hemstitching and Picoting .Attach-
ment; fits any sewing machine; easily
adjusted. Price $2.50 delivered, with
full Instruction*. GEM NOVELTY
CO., Box 1031, Corpus Christi, Texas.
If you belch up a bitter tasting liq-
uid, suffer from heartburn and sour
stomach you need the tonic propertie*
of Herbine. It is purifying and rikreng
tning medicine for the stomach, liver
and bowels. Price, 00c. Sold by ai<
The finest, moat deniable product of any business in-
stitution is service that is satisfactory to its patrons.
With factory, store, railroad or bank the true test of
success is reflected in a contented clentele, Out of such re-
lationship come the material things by which progress and
prosperity are measured.
The Farmers bank prides itself upon its satisfied cus-
tomers. For many years we have served them faithfully,
promptly and adequately.
Every worthy business
itself of this proven service.
is cordially invited to avail
The Farmers Nat’l Bank
"Not too small for big business—
Not too big for small business”
Watch your children for symptoms
worms. They undermine the health and
breed sickness. Use White’s Cream
Vermifuge. It expels worms tad res-
tores health and vigor. Price 35e.
Sold by all druggsts.
Honoring Mrs. McWilliams
The ladies of the Baptist church met
in regular session Monday afternoon at
the church. After an interesting *tudy _
on “The Book of Romans’’ and a short B
business session, the ladle* drav# in I fes
their ears to the home of Mrs. Me E|
Williams, who was leaving for Mineral
Wells, to bid her goodbye. After j E
cheerful greeting and an inspiring short E
} devotional services led by Mrs. J. R j E
W. P. LAMB-
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Harrison, O. C. The Baylor County Banner. (Seymour, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1922, newspaper, March 23, 1922; Seymour, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth992643/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Baylor County Free Library.