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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
** u>en w r_ KINGSVILLE, TEXA ; AY, AUGUST 31. 1917 X- ELEVENTH YEAR NUMBER Special Inspectors In the City This Week For the purpose of emphasizing necessity of exercising added care and precaution looking towards the conservation of all articles of food value, Kingsville was visited on the 25th inst. my Mr. E. L. Leiper and Mr. W. S. Cunningham, Jr., two spe- cial inspectors for the Government. These gentlemen are calling upon and paying particular attention to cotton seed oil mill properties, pacic- ing plants, and the larger wholesale groceries; which classes act in a large measure as concentration points for those commodities needed to supply the public with edibles. B Much Interest shown in Baptist Church Re^iral The revival which has been in pro- gress at the Baptist church since the nineteenth is increasing in interest at every service. There have been eighteen additions to the church and many more who have accepted Christ as their Savior. The definite answer to prayer is ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
Ji \ 9 rrnf ■' h ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ RIVIERA NEWS : BY THOS. J. ROBERTSON* + + + + ♦ + + £♦ + Btrnice Kaufer pent Sunday with Miss Hubert in VattmannviHe. Noali Stoops ieft Monday evening for San Benito to accept a position ■with a, Traction Engine Company' fie returned to take his wife and lit- Jle daughter, Genie May, to their liew home. We regret very much los- ing them. Adam Pfieffer who lives northeast of town has been bailing broom Corn for the farmers at Ricardo, While at work last Friday his son became overheated and it was ne- cessary to call the Doctor. The boy is reported getting along nicely. : Y. J. Fling, who operates the R. G. Flato cotton gin announces the gin will be in full swing on Friday of each week. Cotton is making an ex- ceptionally good turn out of about 40 per cent lint. Willie Stoops who at present is in Galveston where he went to join the Coast Artillery will return as he has Cailed to pass the examination. This is his third att...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
■Vr-' *■- Washing Machines 41 Now is the time to invest in that Washing Machine that your wife has been wanting for some time. It is impossible to get a wash'wom- an at the present time due to everyone picking cotton. The Washing Machine reduces the work to such a great extent and gives such universal satisfaction, that it is false economy to do without one. Let Us Show You the Different Kinds. Thermoó Bottles Forrostaf Thenoos Bottles have an unbreak- able filler kna guaranteed to keep water cold the same as the old style Thermos Bottles. They give perfect satisfaction and come in pints, quarts and half gallon sizes. Hunting Clothing Either sleeveless or with sleeves hunting coats with large size pock ets for shells and convenient pock- ets for carrying game, in different weights of materials. Other hunt- ing clothing, such as Hats, Caps, Leggins, Game Carriers, in all different sizes and kinds. Let us show you our line. i/ Dove Season begins Saturday Prepare for your first hunt by...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
READY-TO-WEAR Each day shipments are reaching us in the newest and most up-to-date Garments for Women and Children. There are mapy new Styles here for you to inspect We know you will be interested in the many New Creations that are being shown for the coming season. There are New SKIRTS, SUITS, DRESSES, WAISTS, COATS, ETC. In fact everything that you will want for the cooler weather. We know that these Garments are by far the best it is possible to buy for the money—we know that you will get real satisfaction-—we know that the styles are right—we know that the work- manship and materials are the best and that you will be pleased with the Garments you select here. Why not come now and be among the first to choose? SILK DRESSES Women's Stylish Silk Dresses $17.50 The best dresses that are being produced at this price are here—made especially to sell at this price—produced by a manufacturer who con- centrates all his efforts and energy on these garments at one price. You will find the ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
icllll* Quality and Price When you buy Hardware, you should look for Quality first, then Price Our stock of hardware has been se- lected with due consideration as to quality. When you buy Shelf Hard- ware, Cook Stoves and Utensils Farm Implements, Cutlery, Tools, Granite- ware, Crockery, Woodenware; in fact anything in the Hardware or Imple- ment line you are assured that you are getting quality. We can assure you that our prices are low, being based on a rea- sonable margin of profit, with a very low overhead expense. "Seeing is Believing" Southland Lumber Co. W. H. DAVIDSON, Manager Hardware Store Remember our motto: "THE BEST IN SERVICE AND GOODS" Perfection Oil Stoves with the long blue chimney. Try one, makes cooking EASY 4>iti(]iNiuinn iiniiiiiiiniiiniiiiiHiiiiit3iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiHUHniiniiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiit«8i CITY LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS We pay $8.00 per ton for mixed iron junk.—Kingsville Commission Co. Miss Ella Whi...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
I h V it SAVI N G S SERMONETTE Number Fiftaan A GOOD RULE For the man working on a sal- ary or wages, by far the best way to save is to determine what amount he feels he can lay aside out of his pay and then make it an absolute rule to .take this amount and deposit it at once in his bank account. The plan for saving is simple. Spend less than you earn. Begin now by deposit- ing a par\ of your earnings in a savings account; you will be sur- prised at the result. A man may earn a great deal of money and still not be well off- It is not how much he earns, but how much he saves that counts. Saving is hard for most people at first; it is hard to find a sur- plus to save when wages are small and wants are many. Unless you get your money into a bank at once, it is spent. You miss it but you hardly know where it went. Money at interest works every hour, day and night, Sun- days and holidays. The more you add to it the more it will earn for you. Robt J. Kleberg & Co. [Unincoifo&atid]...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
now* -4 m Why not Buy THE BEST? rand especially since the best costs you no more than the cheaper. Magnolia Oil and Gasoline are the acknowledged stan- dard of excellence, and they cost you no more than the others. Every day we receive many words of praise on Magnolia products from people who are using them, and in order to gather together these testimonials we are going to open a little contest during the early part of next month amongst Magnolia patrons. In order to take part in this contest we will require that you have used either Magnolia Oil or Magnolia Gasoline. So get in line for this contest by asking your grocer for the Mag- nolia brand the very next time you order. 1 K: INGSVILLE pURNITURE fO. Wholesale distributors . JL of Magnolia Products C «♦mm iiawiHiiiinciiimiiHuiaiiuwHinuiiiMiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiK# RICARDO DOINGS OF INTEREST THIS WEEK "Rev. Ferguson from the Christian «church in Kingsville filled his regu- lar appointment in Ricardo last Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Thos...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kingsville Record — 31 August 1917
• ¡ i l<) V )' I . I m J i - Electric Theatre Th« Latest in Motion Picture* and the Best in Projection. Week Sept 3 to Sept 8 Monday 3.—Priscilla Dean, Emory Johnsonj Eddie Polo and Harry Carter in Episode "Í?he Gray Ghost."—two reels. Star Featurette, Cleo Madison in "The Webb."—two reels. Nestor comedy,' "Seeing Things."—one reel. Universal Weekly "Current Events."—one reel. Tuesday 4.—Bluebird Photo Play, Dorothy Phillips in "The Rescue."—five reels. / Mutt and Jeff Cartoon Comedy.—one reel. / Wednesday 5—Artcraft Picture Co. release, DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in ' IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN" six reels. Bi-weekly Pathe News.—one reel. Thursday 6.—Victor comedy, Herbert Raw-* linson and Neva Gerber, in "Caught in the Act."—two reels. i Universal Screen Magazine No. 29—one reel. Joker Comedy "He Had 'em Buffaloed."—one reel- Keystone Comedy "Dangers of a Bride."—two reels. Friday 7.—Pathe Gold Rooster, Gladys Hul- ette in "Streets of Illusion."—5 reels. Saturday 8.—Mollie King in 14th Episode ...