Cleburne Morning Review

Tuesday, May 6. 1924
Page 2

Local News – Miss Louise Yater, Reporter. Phone 521.
The Review will appreciate readers telephoning any personals or short local news items to Miss Yater, or direct to the office. Phone 31 or 32


Myrtle Harrod was in Fort Worth Sunday

Frank Watts of Bono spent Monday in Cleburne visiting friends.

E. M. Raborn of this city spent Sunday in Hillsboro visiting relatives.

Jack Hill of Alvarado spent Monday in Cleburne transacting business.

Ed Lilly of Fort Worth spent Monday in Cleburne on business.

Bill Benton of this city spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

Clyde Hadsell of this city spent Saturday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

William Eckhart of this city spent Sunday in Dallals visiting friends.

John McCarley of Venus was in the city yesterday on business.

Mrs. Roy Price of North Anglin street is visiting her husband in Dallas.

James Hardison, T. & B. V. foreman, spent Monday in Grandview transacting business.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Scheble of this city spent the week-end in Dallas visiting relatives.

Constable W. A. Turpin of Alvarado spent Monday in Cleburne transacting business.

W. R. Evans of Grandview was in Cleburne yesterday transacting business.

Mrs. J. T. Meadors of West Heard street is in Fort Worth visiting relatives for a few days.

O. T. Smythe of this city spent yesterday in Alvarado and Grandview transacting business.

M. L. Hair, editor of the Grandview Tribune, was in Cleburne yesterday on business.

Dr. S. M. Cooper, Webb Benson and Avery Cain of Grandview were in the city yesterday transacting business.

Mrs. E. H. Lyle of Dallas spent the week-end in Cleburne visiting Mrs. W. J. Ewing of 421 North Main street.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnes and little daughter, Myrtle, of Waco, were in Cleburne Sunday visiting friends.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Roe and Miss Roe of Waco were in the city Sunday visiting friends.

Dr. Tom Walker of North Anglin street spent Sunday in Dallas visiting friends and relatives.

Mrs. George Cleveland of Dallas is in the city visiting friends and relatives.

Dick Edgar of Featherston street spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Gerstenkorn of 509 North Anglin street spent the past week-end in Waco visiting friends.

Ed Robertson of this city spent Monday in Fort Worth transacting business.

John Hampton and Albert “Hoot” Bond of this city spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

“Potsie” Powell and Joe Beachtol of this city were in Fort Worth Sunday visiting friends.

Mrs. P. B. Ward of 610 North Main street spent the week-end in Dallas visiting friends.

Ed Keller of Waco spent the week-end in Cleburne visiting friends and relatives.

Mrs. Will Thompson of San Antonio is in the city visiting her brother, Richard Torbin of 102 May avenue.

Mrs. H. P. Lyon of Friendship spent Sunday in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harvey.

Mrs. J. M. Saunders and son of Rio Vista spent Sunday in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harvey.

Miss Mary Alice Miller of this city spent Sunday in Sand Flat visiting her cousin, Miss Eva Miller.

Claud Lockman of this city spent Sunday in Dallas visiting friends and relatives.

Miss Fay Osborn of Tyler, who is visiting friends and relatives in the city, expects to return to her home Wednesday.

Grady Shelton and Henry McCowan of Grandview were in the city Sunday visiting friends.

Miss Marie Cecil of South Main street spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

A contract has recently been let to H. D. McCoy to remodel the old City Electric Building.

D. E. Taylor and J. E. Connor of this city will spend today in Dallas transacting business.

Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and children of this city spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting relatives.

Miss Beatrice Wheat and Miss Mary Taylor of Blum spent Saturday in Cleburne shopping.

Lourene Anderson of South Anglin street spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

Miss Kana Gebhard of Fort Worth spent the week-end in Cleburne visiting friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McClung of this city are the proud owners and drivers of a new Cadillac touring car.

Shubert Solon, step-son of Dr. J. M. Stallcup of 15 North Main street is recovering from a case of measles.

Miss Violet Keith of Dallas is in the city visiting Miss Sarah Lou Curtwright of 201 North Wilhite street.

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Cooper of North Anglin street spent Sunday in Midlothian visiting Mr. Cooper’s brother.

Mrs. F. A. Fishburn and daughter, Wanda of Dallas, are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tolleson of Prairie avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Calvin and Gordon Conley and Miss Ruby McBride of this city spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

Mrs. N. W. Watts, who has been visiting relatives in San Antonio for the past two weeks, returned home Saturday night.

Miss Annice Alexander, who was shaken up considerably in the car accident Friday night, left yesterday for her home in Weatherford, where she will remain for the rest of this term. Miss Alexander was accompanied home by her mother, who has been here since Saturday attending her bedside.

Will Harvey of Fort Worth spent Sunday in Clelburne visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harvey of West Heard street.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Embry and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Satcher of this city motored to Dallas Saturday to visit with friends.

J. N. Curington of Davis, Okla., spent the week-end with his parents,, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Curington of 612 Sabine street.

C. G. McPhee, Mrs. A. G. Gebhard, Miss Corrie Weathered and Miss Lucille Bates of Waco are in the city visiting friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes and daughter, Miss Maurine, of this city spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

Miss Aline Stiles, who teaches at C.I.A., spent the past week-end with her mother, Mrs. S. E. Stiles of 624 West Chambers street.

Wade Massenburg of Temple spent the past week-end in Cleburne visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Massenburg, 719 North Main street.

Mrs. W. H. Weews and Mrs. A. D. Griffin ofthis city went to Egan Saturday to attend a feast given for the candidates.

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Vidler of Bono spent Sunday in Cleburne visiting Mrs. Vidler’s sister, Mrs. Luther Harvey of 618 West Heard street.

John Barber of thte Barber Lumber Company, is constructing a six-room bungalow on Dickson avenue, opposite the home of Geo. A. Mangum.

John James is having constructed a very attractive bungalow on Williams avenue, first lot east of the home of Clifford Browning.

R. F. Wilkinson of Dallas, representing Waverly Oil Works Company of Pittsburg, was in the city yesterday transacting business.

Dr. Jeanette of Gainesville spent the week-end in Cleburne visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. B. Burks of North Main street.

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hopkins and little son, Miles, Jr., who have been visiting friends and relatives in Cleburne for the past week-end, returned to their home in Gainesville Sunday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lampkin of Godley spent the week-end in Cleburne with Mrs. Lumpkin’s mother, Mrs. S. S. Lesueur.

Mrs. A. B. Honeycutt of this city left Sunday for Sulphur, Okla., where she will visit her husband for an indefinite length of time.

Mrs. Arthur Fox and daughter, Miss Katherine of this city, and niece, Miss Julia McDaniels of San Angelo, spent yesterday in Dallas visiting friends.

Miss Lois Fine of Dallas spent Sunday in Cleburne visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fine of west Wilson street.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor and Miss Mary Hobson of 1102 South Main street spent Sunday in Fort Worth visiting friends.

Mrs. J. M. Stallcup of 15 North Main street, who has been confined to her bed for the past few days, was reported to be improving yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Childress of Terrell spent Sunday in Cleburne visiting their nephew and sister, John Floore and Mrs. Florence Floore.

Ewel Walker of Dallas spent the week-end in Cleburne with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Walker of 114 South Field street.

Mrs. W. H. Brauner of Hillsboro is in Cleburne spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. B. F. Benunett and her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Guthrie.

Mrs. Jim Langston of May avenue and daughter, Mrs. W. M. Campbell of Beaumont, motored to Mineral Wells last Wednesday to spend several days.


Advertisements on Page Two –

You’ll Find It At Gebhard Auto Parts Co.

Now Comes the “Bobby” Comb. See it, girls, at once, it is the thing for bobbed hair.
Campsey-White

ARE YOU INSURED? GET THE SAFETY HABIT
Boy has arm broken when gasoline can explodes. An accident policy protects your income, pays the doctor and saves a lot of worry.
Bishop-Lain Co.
Insurance
Loans

Remember Our Barbecue
It saves time in the kitchen and it is cooked just right. Our fresh and cured meats will suit you. We give “Buy It In Cleburne” coupons.
Hughes & Son Market
Phone 326

Groceries
When you think of Groceries – think of us
Yater & Head Grocery
E. Chambers Street
Phone 363

THOSE WHO KNOW
of the service and skilled workmanship of this shop will be pleased to vouch for it. Visit us and you will feel the same.
Sam Peacock Barber Shop

Country Ham
We are offering country ham, shoulder and side bacon from young hogs, which assures a good tender meat, at reasonable prices. Hunt’s line of fruits are of a splendid quality at a reasonable cost compared to quality. Why not a dozen for the pantry.
Childress Grocery & Market
546 West Wilson
Phones 1245 and 1255

I HAVE OPENED
A first-class repair shop for lame automobiles and will be glad to have the public’s patronage.
T. E. Bates Repair Shop
Joining Tom Pace Service Station
South Main Street
Phone 591

Cleburne-Hillsboro Auto Line
Via Itasca and Grandview
Leave Cleburne 7:30 a..m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m.
Arrive Hillsboro 9 a.m., 12 m., 3 p.m., 6 p.m.
Leave Hillsboro 7:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 4:30 p.m.
Arrive Cleburne 9 a.m., 12 m, 2:30 p.m., 6 p. m.
Leave from Stranley Bros., Cleburne; Interurban Drug Store, Hillsboro. Through trips $1.50; town to town, 50c.
BROWN & GRIFFIN

NEW PASSENGER SERVICE TO – Colorado, National Parks, Pacific Northwest, California
via Fort Worth & Denber City R’y
Popular demand requires the establishment, effective May 15th, of THE COLORADO SPECIAL
Newest Design, All-Steel Equipment
Dining Car Service All Means
Leave Fort Worth 9:45 A.M. Today
Arrive Colorado Springs 9:05 A.M. Tomorrow
Arrive Denver 11:50 A. M. Tomorrow
Through Colorado Pullman Service
From New Orleans, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth and Intermediate Points. Low Summer Tourist Fares on Sale May 15th to Sept. 30th. Limited to Oct. 31st. Stop-over at Any Point Desired. $39.85 Round Trip From Cleburne to Denver. For Attractive Literature, Rates and Other Information apply to W. F. Sterley, General Freight and Passenger Agent. Fort Worth, Texas

Cleburne Hardware Co. Good service

MOTHER! Clean Child’s Bowels With “California Fig Syrup”
Even if cross, feverish, bilious, constipated or full of cold, children love the plesant taste of “California Fig Syrup.” A teaspoonful never fails to clean the liver and bowels. Ask your druggist for genuine “California Fig Syrup” which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say “California” or you may get an imitation fig syrup.