De Leon Free Press


DeLeon, Comanche County, Texas, Friday, July 8, 1927 

A.H. Hazelwood Moved His Store Out on the Highway

     A.H. HAZELWOOD, who has operated a grocery business on the corner of the HAM lot, just west of Huddelston Studio, this week moved his grocery stock out on the Comanche highway, to the Mohon addition, and has a building erected there where he will continue his business.  Mr. HAZELWOOD, it is understood, will fix up a nice suburban store and will cater largely to the tourist trade.  He will doubtless do well there.

Combination Store and Residence is Greatly Improved.

     Mr. And Mrs. J.B. JEFFERY have recently had the interior of their combination store and residence papered and painted and new sleeping porch and bath built, which adds much to the comfort, convenience and good appearance of their place.

Had Near Accident With Trot Line

     While baiting out a trot line in swift water at Ellis ranch where they fished over the Fourth of July, Kenneth FINKELSTINE, son of Mr. And Mrs. Dave FINKELSTINE, washed out into the stream and was at the mercy of the swift water for some ten minutes, hanging on to the trot line meanwhile.  Finally a rope tied on the end of a pole was thrown him and he was dragged ashore, no worse for his experience.

 

2004,2005 Judith Michaels.  This transcription is the generous work of Judy Michaels taken from microfilm held by the Newspaper Collection of the University of Texas at Austin with a microfilm copy at Comanche Public Library.  The information may be used for personal research only and not for commercial purposes without specific permission.