Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 17, 1939 · Page 5
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THE COBSTOANA SBMI-WBEKLT LIGHT. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1089, FtVB REGIONAL HONORS , AT STAKE IN NEXT ' WEEK'SJOURNEYS SIX OF EIGHT FINALISTS LAST YEAR REMAIN IN FIGHT LEAGUE CROWN By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Associated Press Staff A topsy-turvy schoolboy basketball race rollec 1 toward its quarterfinal round today with six of the eight teams that went to the state tournament still in the running but with the de fending champion Wood- rov Wilson outfit facing r - i uphill struggle. Gone from tho picture were John Reagan of Houston, rated next to Woodrow Wilson last year, and Bailey, the North Texas power. Also In the discard was the Cashing team that loomed as the class of East Texas before In- ellglblllty struck It low. Woodrow Wilson plays Sunset for the Dallas city champions .p today, the latter squaring * o series yesterday. The -.vlnner will be favored to take "'e • Istrlct title this week-end. Abilene, hailed as the outstanding West Texas team; Carey's Cardinals, perennial Pa indie champions; Bowie, El P.-so crovm- bearers; Ktngsvlllo from tl deep south, and Belton of -ntra'. Texas were other teams from last year's state tournament remi-ln- Ing in the running. Engaged In Playoffs Klngsville and Bowie already were engaged In dlstri t title playoffs. Defeat of Bailey was ar outstanding upset. This team, strong enough to split a series with the highly-favored Abilene outfit, lost the county title to Gober which had not shown to the advantage of the Bailey outfit In the prac- Sce grind. / Abilene, which lost but two ' games to high school t. ±rr In the stp.te, rolled up B66 points 11 384 In 19 tilts. Bowie won tho El Paso title an<* starts a three- ame series with Ysleta today for the district championship. Klngsville won the district class A crown and opens a series with Mathis, the class B representative, tonight. Thirty-two district champion- Chauffeur Victim Armed Hi-Jackers Early Wednesday j City officer* were reported engaged Wednesday In the Investlga-' tlon of the armed robbery of Jessie Newsome, negro chauffeur for Mrs. Charles H. Mills. Details were not immediately available at police headquarters because Newsome reportedly took Mrs. Mills to Dallas early in the day. From other sources It was learned that Newsome was walk- Ing west in the 600 block on West First Avenue when two men drove up to the curb and Inquired tho way to Dallas, and then asked him for a match. When ho complied with the second request the men reportedly held a gun on him and removed about $17 from him. He then made his way to a filling station about a block away and called officers. Filling station attendants said the negro reported the men had tho license plates on their car turned up at the time of the robbery to the numbers were Illegible. Two negroes were arrested ear-1 ly Tuesday morning by Chief of i Detectives M. S. Griffin In con-! nectlon with tho theft of two gallons of oil from the Vandergriff Filling station at Highway | 75 and East First Avenue. The | oil was recovered and the ne- groes released to county authorl- A negro was arrested by city officers for county authorities on an assault complaint Tuesday. A young white boy charged with theft of a pair of secondhand shoes from a downtown store was picked up by city officers and later released to his parents. > In the Corslcana Corporation court Wednesday morning, one , person was charged with running : over a stop sign, one of making | a right thrn on a red light with-1 out stopping, one of Intoxication I and one of theft. ) INCOME TAX IN A NUTSHELL WHO? Every single per. ion or married person not living with husband or wife who had net Income of $1,000 or more or gross Income of $5,000 or more, and generally, husband and wife living together, who had an aggregate net Income of $2,600 or more or an aggregate gross Income of $6,000 or more, must file returns. If In doubt, obtain form and printed instructions from collector of Internal revenue. WHENT The filing period begins January 1 and ends March 16, 1939. WHERE77 Collector of Internal revenue for the district in which the person lives or has his principal place of business. HOW7 See Instructions accompanying Forms 1040 A and 1040. WHATT Four per cent normal tax on the amount of net Income In excess of the personal exemption, credit for dependents, earn- ed-lncome credit, and Inter-, est on obligations of the United States and obligations of Instrumentalities of the United States. Surtax on surtax net Income In excess of $4,000. C. F. BRYAN. M. D. Skin Cancer Diseases of Women Mild Office Treatment For Piles. Office at Residence Rxall Heights—I'orslrann Telephone 1806 ships are to be decided this week. 1 Next week eight regional titles; will be determined, thr-i winners i going to Austin for the state tournament District tournaments other than tho Klngsville Mathis and Bowlo- Ysleta play-offs follow: Region 1—Canyon, P..mpa, Lubbock, Chlldress; Region 2—Big Spring, Breckenrldge, San Angelo, Bdownwood; Region 3—Wichita Falls, Fort Worth, Dallas, Waco: Region 4—Commerce, Naples, Ty-, ler, Nacogdoches; Region 5—Col-i lege Station, Huntsvlllc, Galveston, Port Arthur; Region 6— Uvoldo ,San Antonio, Georgetown, Lockhart; Region 7—Victoria,: Lare^" San Benlto; Region 8— Fort ~'nekton, Midland, Van Horn. The Klngsvllle-Mathla winner enters the Region 7 tournament. The Bowle-Ysleta winner playa In the Region 8 meet. INCOME TAX DON'TS DON'T prepare, your return without first studying the Instructions accompanying the form. DON'T procrastinate. Early assembling of data permits a careful consideration of all tax problems. DON'T destroy the memoranda from which your return was prepared. DON'T omit explanation when such Information Is essential to an Intelligent audit. Attach memoranda to your return. No. 14. Compensation of State officers and Employees. Compensation received for services rendered to a state or its political sub-divisions Is to be Included In gross Income unless the person receives such compensation as an officer or employee thereof and such compensation is immune from taxation under .hfi constitution of tho United States, YOUR FEDERAL INCOME TAX No. 15. Losses on StdcK Transactions. No gain or loss is recognized for Income-tax purposes as a result of the exchange of stock or securities In a corporation solely for stock or securities In another corporation In pursuance of a plan of reorganization to which both corporations are parties or as a result of the exchange of stock or securities In a corporation solely gain" means the excess of long- term capital gains for the taxable year over the long-term capital losses for such year; (h) "Net long-t e r m capital loss" means the excess of lolg- term capital losses for the taxable year over the long-term capital gains for such year. Section 117 (t» provides that in the case of a taxpayer, other than a corporation, only the following percentages of the gain or loss recognized upon the sale or exchange of a capital asset shall be taken Into account In computing net Income: 100 per cent if the capital asset has been held for not more than 18 months; 66 2-3 per cent if the capital asset has been held for more than 18 months but not for more than 24 months; CO per cent If the capital asset has been held for more than 24 months. Section 117 (c) provides for an alternative tax In tho cnsc of a I net long-term capital gain of a ]taxpayer other than a corpora' tton, In lieu of the tax Imposed by sections 11 and 12 of the Act, If, and only If, such alternative tax Is less than the tax Imposed by sections 11 and 12. This alternative tax Is the sum of (1) a i partial tax, computed at the rates ! provided by sections 11 and 12, i on the net Income of the tax| payer, excluding therefrom for this purpose the amount of such | net long-term capital gain, plus i (2) 30 per cent of the net long: term capital gain. An alterna- I live tax In the case of a new I long-term capital loss of a tax- I payer other than a corporation also Is provided In subsection (c) of section 117 In Heu of the tax 'mposed by sections 11 and 12. "n such cuse, tho alternative tax 's available, If, and only If, such 'ax Is greater than the tax Im- losed by sections 11 and 12 and Is arrived at by computing the excess of (1) a tax, computed at the rates provided by sections 11 •nd 12, on the net Income of the axpayer, Including for this pur lose the amount of such net long- l .erm capital loss, over (2) 30 per -ent of the net long-term capital '.osa. Section 117 (d) contains the 'Imitations on deductions of capital losses. In the case of corporations, losses from sales or I exchanges of capital assets are allowable as deductions only to tho extent of $2,000 plus tho gains from such sales or exchanges, except that In the case of certain banks or trust companies, this limitation Is subject to the i im<r i'o Work And When You Work You Need Tools to Work With. We have enjoyed an unusual year in the sale of Farmall Tractors which we thank you for, but we are not quite satisfied, for we have one used F12 left, and three regular Farmalls that need selling. In used Horse Drawn Tools we have most anything you need at prices that you can pay. Never before have we sold so many feed mills. This is true because many farmers are beginning to learn that it pays to market their livestock finished. If you haven't a feed mill, you should come in and look ours over. We have Several Trucks on Hand, also Two Model A Ford Cars and 1 Chevrolet. Three Used Pickups that will Satisfy You. If You are Thinking of Putting Rubber on your Tractor WE WANT TO FIGURE WITH YOU ON A SET OF GOODYEAR TIRES. They are Much Cheaper than They Were. Our Lot is Full of Good Mules and Some. Mares, Two Good Milk Cowl. Buie Implement Company 207-209 South Beaton - Corsicana for stock or In the IRENE, NAVARRO, KERENS AND CURRIE CAGE MEET WINNERS Irene defeated the strong Oil City team Tuesday night In the Y. M. C. A. basketball championships with a score of 33-29. Kerens defeated Corslcana high school 28-26 and Navarro won over Frost 32-30. In tho fourth game of the evening Currlo forfeited to Dr. Pepper. School boys and girls finals will be held Wednesday night with the Kerens boys playing Navarro at 7 o'clock and Navarro girls and Rlchland girls competing at 8 o'clock. Bynum Independents will play Dr.. Pepper at 9 o'clock. A consolation bracket of first looscrs will be drawn and announced Thursday. Box scores for Tuesday night's games were as follows: Player- Moore Kerens fg ft pf tp .3016 Sims 2 105 McClanahan 2 105 Crawford 6 0 412 Sewell Jennings ...2 014 ...0 111 TOTALS 13 2 7 28 Corslcana Player— fg ft pf tp Lawhon 7 3 3 17 Daniel Beale 0 0 Plyler 1 0 ...1 012 0 0 4 2 .0010 Stcll Terry 2 1 0 6 4 ~9 26 TOTALS 11 Navnrro Girls Player— Marsh fgftpf tp .8 2 0 18 Courthouse News District Court. Tho grand jury was still In session Wednesday morning. District Clerk's Office. Tho following cases were filed: Wllmer D. Miles vs. Myrtle Miles, divorce. Margaret Brooks vs. George Brooks, divorce. Marriage License Henry Shrlver and Verdlnell Ferguson. Warranty Deeds, Dave Taylor, et al, to George Smith, Interest in lot 6, block 209, H. and T. C. R. R. Co addition, Corslcana, $10 and other considerations. John W. Splvey, et ux, to El- mln K. Howell, 73.0 acres of tho H. H. Horn survey, $500. Justice Court. One was fined for drunkenness one for vagrancy, one for overloading and one for affray by Judge Pat Geraughty. One wns fined for speeding and two for drunkenness by Judge A. E. Foster. Anderson 0 0 2 0 Calhoun .1012 modification provided In subsec- Smith 0 0 1 0 ton (d) (1). In the case of a taxpayer other than a corporation, short-term capital losses are allowable as deductions only to the extent of short-term capital gains, that is, losses from sales or tx- changes of capital assets held for 18 monthse or less are allowable B - Herd 2 ns deductions only to the extent M. Herd 0 of gains from sales or exchanges of capital assets held for not more than 18 months. Section 117 (e) provides that any taxpayer (other than a corporation) who in any taxable year beginning after December 31, 1937, sustains a net short-term capital loss, shall be entitled to carry forward as a deduction available 1U , ,w». ur auumiuca ,„ t,,«, <" the nex t succeeding taxable same corporation in connection y° ar against net short-term cap- wlth a recapitalization. Where I Ital gains realized In such suc- money or other property Is re-1 cecdlng year, tho amount of such ceived along with such exchang- ne t short-term capital loss (in Kerens Baptist WMU In Session Monday In Sheppard Home KERENS, Feb. IB.—(Spl.)— For the monthly program and social hour of the Baptist W. M. U., which was held Monday afternoon at the regular hour in tho home of Mrs. Joe Sheppard, tho following members of the Cheek circle were hostesses: Mrs. Shenp^-d, Mosdames Carrie McKlnncy, Fred Smith 5 0 010 Hulan, L. H. Carroll, E. H. Nor- Danlel 102 2 ton,'L. E. Gray, Grover Craw- Jcnnlngs 1 0 0 2 for( j p Floyd Graves and E. B. " " Speed. Miss Annie Jones had charge of the devotional, using as her subject "'Learning to Pray," read- Ing from various Bible pa ges. Mrs. Clcto Owen's talk was on "W. M. U- Prayer Plans for 1939." Mrs. E. K. Howell was also leader of the program, talked on Answers to Prayer, citing as II- lustrous examples various Biblical parables and also Incidents from lives of somo of our active mls- slnarles. The program concluded with study plans for 1939. Dismissal prayer was by Mrs. M. O. Cheek. During tho social hour dollcloui date cako topped with whipped cream was served with black coffee to 45 members and guests. Trinidad Club Meets KERENS, Feb. 16.—(Spl.)—The Cowsar 0 0 1 0 DeArmon 0 0 0 0 N. Jennings 0 0 2 0 TOTALS 15 2 5 32 Frost Girls Player— fg ft pf tp Norton 4 1 1 9 Wlndham 9 0 0 18 Dugan 0 1 4 1 Hyer 0 0 0 0 Fields 0 0 0 0 Hinkle 0 0 1 0 Grinnard ; 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 14 21030 Irene Player— fg ft pf tp C. Neel 8 0 2 16 | 03. no loss is recognized, although a taxable gain may result. The statute also prohibits the de- any amount not In excess of his net Income for the year In which loss Is realized). The carry- WE PAY YOU HIGHER PRICES THIS WEEK FOR YOUR PRODUCE Shelled Corn bushel "The Friendly Store" EVERYBODY'S FOOD STORE /. D. Haney, Afgr. 224 E. 5th Ave. auction for loss from the sale or ' over Is restricted to 1 year, name- other disposition of stock or se- v. the taxable year next succeed curltles where the taxpayer, within ln f? that In which the loss Is real- a period of 30 days before or aft-1'zed. and hence the amount of er the date of sale or other dlspo- the carryover may not be Included sltion acquires or enters into a! 1 " computing a new short-term contract or option to acquire sub- i capital loss which can be carried stantlally Identical stock or se- over to the next succeeding tax- curltles. able year. Provisions relating to corporations are unchanged. As In the Revenue Act of 1936, the percentage provisions are not applicable to corporations. They deduct capital losses to tho extent of $2,000 plus the capital gains. Section 117 (f) provides that YOUR FEDERAL INCOME TAX No. 16 Capital Gains And Losses Section 117 of the Revenue Act of 1938, dealing with the manner or method of taking Into account In the computation of net in come the gains or losses resulting I amounts received upon the re- from the sale or exchange of cap- tlrement of corporate bonds and Ital assets as computed and rec- similar evidences of corporate ognlzed under sections 111, 112, | Indebtedness (including those and 113, Incorporates a new principle Into tfie Income-tax law by the separate treatment accorded "short-term" and "long-term" gains and losses. Section 117 (a) defines "capital assets" as property held by the tax payer (whether or not connected with his trade or business), but not including stock In trade of the taxpayer or other property of a kind which would properly, be Included In the inventory of a taxpayer if on hand at the close of the taxable year, or property held by the taxpayer primarily for sale to customers in the ordinary course of hla trade or. business, OR PROPERTY, USED IN THE TRADE OR BUSINESS, OF A CHARACTER WHICH IS SUBJECT TO THE ALLOWANCE FOR DEPRECIATION PROVIDED IN SECTION 23 (L). (The capitalized portion of the above definition is new in the Revenue Act of 1938 and the only change from the definition of "capital assets" as contained In the Revenue Act of 1936.) Section 117 (a) also contains the following definitions of terms, new In the Revenue Act of 1938: (a) "Short-term capital gain" means gain from the sale or exchange of a capital asset held for not more than 18 months, If and to the extent such gain is taken into account in computing net Income; (b) "Short-term capital loss" means loss from the sale or ox- change of a capital asset held for not more than 18 months, if and to the extent such loss Is taken Into account in computing net Income; . (c) "Long-term capital gain" means gain from tht sale or exchange of a capital asset held for more than 18 months, If and to the extent such gain Is taken Into account In computing net Income; (d) "Long-term capital loss" means loss from the sale or exchange of a capital asset held for more than 18 months, If and to the extent such loaa Is taken Into account In computing net Income; (e) "Net short-term o a p Ital gain" means the excess of short- term capital gains (or the taxable year over the sum of (A) abort-term capital losses for the taxable year, plus (B) the net short-term capital lose of the preceding taxable year, to the extent brought forward to the taxable year under subsection (e); (f) "Net short-term capital loss" means the excess of short- term capital leases (or the taxable year over the short-term capital gains'for such year; .(g). "Net long-teem capital sued by a government or a political-subdivision thereof), with Interest coupons or In registered form, shall be considered as amounts received In exchange therefor, thereby giving to any gain or loss resulting to the holder the status of capital gain or loss, as the case may be. Section 117 (g) provides that gains or losses from (a) "short sales" of property and (b) gains or losses attributable to the failure to exercise privileges or options to buy or sell property! shall be considered as gains or losses from sales or exchanges of capital assets. In the former tho per contage of the gain or loss to be taken Into account Is to be computed according to tho period for which the property delivered was held. In the latter the gains or lossea are to be considered as short-term capital gains or losses. Section 117 (h) prescribes the rules for determining the period for which a. capital asset has been held. These provisions are In general to the effect that where property is acquired In an exchange and the property so acquired retains the old basts on which to compute gain or loss; or where property Is acquired from another person and retains the same basis on which to compute gain or loss as It had In the hands of the person from whom Poultry • Poultry We will pay top price for poultry at all times In line with market conditions. Will pay following until next Monday night; Turkey Hens, pound 17o Good Colored Hens, Ib. Good Leghorn Hens, Ib. Cocks, pound 60 Good Colored, Fryers, ZY t Ibs. down, Ib 16o Good Leghorn Fryers, Ib. 13o Number One Hides, Ib.... 60 Fresh Eggs, dozen 13o A. B. Walker and Son B. Neel 3 'aruthers 0 York 2 004 000 127 000 004 Player— Oil City Burton 1 022 newly organized Junior Pioneer ^ club of Trinidad met In regular TOTALS 16 1 6 33 sesslo nat 7:30 Tuesday evening •A',,"X.L1-"' a t "The Teacherage," lovely home of Supt. and Mrs. E. B. Flncher Mrs. Bill Summerall, president called tho meeting to order and disposed of necessary business Items, after which Mrs. A. M F. Doolln 3 1 Wright 1 0 fg ft pf tp 0 7 0 2 W. Doolln 3 016 Kennedy 4 0 3 8 TOTALS 13 3 B 29 Referee, Burnett. Pollard" 2 1 1 5 | Bost, leader, presented Miss Cog Allmon 0 100 gins, member of the faculty o the Trinidad school, who gave a resume of tho life and works o the popular young author Daphne Du Maurier. Miss Cogglns then introduced Mrs. Andrew McClung of Ker ens, who gave a review of Mis Du Maurler's latest book, "Rebecca," Following the review a dainty and delectable refreshment plat which featured the Valtntlno mo tlf, was served by the hostess. Thanks to the guest speake were expressed in a beautiful way when tho leader on behalf of th club presented Mrs. McClung with a lovely gift. Mrs. M. Smith o Kerens was also a most welcome guest. it wa sacquired; or where stock or securities are acquired (by purchase or by an exchange upon which the entire amount of gain or loss was recognized by law), or a contract or option is entered Into to so acquire, within 30 days before or after, substantially identical stock or securities are sold or otherwise disposed of, the period for which such property is considered to nave been held by the taxpayer Is not computed from the dato such property was acquired by tho taxpayer but from a prior dato so as to include in tho pe- lod being computed, for tho purposes of section 117 (b), tho time such property was held by the preceding owner or the time the stocks or securities sold or otherwise disposed of were held by the taxpayer, as the case may be. Tho period for which a taxpayer has held stock Issued to him as a nontaxable stock dividend Is computed as though the dividend stock were the stock upon which the dividend was issued. Corporation Court. One charge of intoxication, one of operating an automobile without a tall light, three of running over a stop sign, one of block- a sidewalk with an automo- and one of parking too near a fireplug brought offenders Into the Corslcana Corporation Court Thursday morning. ing bile, BLOOMING GROVE CAGERS COMPILED EXCELLENT RECORD WEST NAVARRO FIVE FINISHED IN SECOND PLACE AT COUNTY MEET BLOOMING GROVE, Feb. 16.— Spl.)—Blooming Grove high school boys' basketball team has competed a successful season, wln- ilng the county class A Interscholastic league title and flnlsh- ng In second place In the county after losing to Emmett, the coun- y Interscholixstlc league champion, 20-17. The Blooming Grove club defeated Powell, 13-11, for second place In county competition. Tho local boys lost only one ame out of fifteen played this winter on the homo court and hat game by a one-point margin. The Lions scored a total of 445 >olnts while their opponents had 190 points. The Lions won 17 of he 22 games played this season. Lettermen announced by Coach Clyde Martin are Bill Brooks and Sid Moore, co-captains; Bill In- rram, Irwln McGraw, Awn Moore, rlubert Hller, Charles Boyd and x Sheppard. Squadmon were Elwood Ferrcl, H. C. Smlthen, Vlll Roy Fulton, Derwood Lane, lton McClure, Kenneth Bryant, Johnny Russell, Darwood Pulllns and J. Henry Howard. Practically all of the letter and squadmcn of this year's team will return next season. Tho Season's Record: Blooming Grove 25, Lone Cedar 2. Blooming Grove 21, Garrett 9. Blooming Grove 23, Barry 11. Blooming Grove 9, Barry 30. Blooming Grove 18, Dawson 8. Blooming Grove 17, Rice 9. Blooming Grove 30, Dawson 7. Blooming Grove 37. Petty's Chapel 12. Blooming Grove 14, Navarro IB. Blooming Grove 13, Ennls 17. Blooming Grove 21, Mildred 2. Blooming Grovo 18, Rlchland 8. Blooming Grovo 19, Rice 20. Blooming Grovo 24, Emhouse 20. Blooming Grove 14, Barry 13. Blooming Grovo 24, Ennis 21. Blooming Grove 22, Emhousol4. Blooming Grove 17, State Homo (Corslcana) 10. Blooming Grove 19. State Home 14. Blooming Grove 30, Dawson 8. Blooming Grove. 17, Emmett 29. Blooming Grove 13, Powell 11. Former Resident Frost Community Dies at Hereford Allen Skelton, about 60, died at his home in Hereford. Texas, Tuesday afternoon at 2:25 o'clock, according to information received by relatlvei here. Mr. Skelton was reared In the Frost community and was In business at Hubbard for a number of years befors moving to West Texas. Surviving are his wife and three children. Rangers Warned They Must Abide' By State's Laws FORT WORTH, Feb. IB.— District Judge A. J. Power of Ninety-Sixth district court early today warned Texas Rangers here they must abide ' by the law In arresting and holding prisoners and that he won't stand for any other methods. Ho had just released Leslie Russell, 41, who had been held In county jail without charge by rangers. Al Dawson, attorney had obtained a writ of habeas corpus for Russell from Judge Power yesterday. "There Isn't any reason for a man, because he's a ranger or the czar of russla or anything else, to hold another man without charge," Judge Power said, Additional Funds Contributed To Aid Crippled Children A. A. Allison, chairman of- the Crippled Children's Fund has announced additional contributions to the fund. Raleigh school has contributed $1.20. Corslcana Junior High School contributed $13.70. and fifty cents has been added to the amount already contributed by Eureka school. How to Ease FlRST-mnssago throat, chest, and back with Vlcka VapoRub at bedtime. This relieves the distress. THEN —to make Its long-continued action last even longer, spread a thick layer of VapoRub on the cheat and cover with a warmed cloth. LONG AFTER sleep comes, VapoRub keeps working-loosens phlegm-easea muscular soreness or tightness-clean air-passages-cases coughlng-rellevei local congestion. ^ ._ _ Of ten, by morn- Ing the worst of the cold la over. WICKS V VAPORUB To be comfortable a must be fitted properly. LET US FIT YOU McPherson Drug Company News of County Home Demonstration Clubs Mt. Nebo Club. Tho Mt. Nobo Homo Demonstration Club met at Mrs. Burl Bennett's Feb. 13, at 2 o'clock. Finishing the club quilt was discussed. Mrs. Carl Gunn was elected to keep the cooker and sealer. There were nine members and three visitors nresent.—Reporter. D U N L O P "World's Safest Tires." Liberal allowance on your old tires. Easy terms. Always call Dunlop before you buy. S23 N. Beaton • I hone 60S Seed Potatoes Red Triumph ...SI.95 1OO Ib. Sack State Certified Red Triumph too ib. Sack . BULK GARDEN SEED -- FIELD SEED ONION SETS GEORGIA CABBAGE PLANTS We Buy Eggs, Butter, Chickens, Oats, Wheat, Maize and Shelled Corn •• Collins Cash Grocery GET MORE EGGS From Your Chickens by Keeping Them Healthy The Profit Season From Poultry Is Just Coming In. We have complete lines of LeGear's and Hess* Poultry Remedies: Tonics, Worm Capsules and Powder, Louse Remedies, Disinfectants, etc. Come to see us. DRUG COMPANY 216 H Cortleatta.' PHONE 703 YOUR BOSS Is a Business Man Not - - A Teacher THE TRAINING OF COMPETENT SECRETARIES, Stenographers, and Office Help is the mission of The Navarro Commercial College Complete Courses • Enroll Any Time Special Speed Building Course In Evening School WE INVITE VISITORS Levermann Bldg. Phone 281 Corsicana, Texas

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