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Friday, August 5, 1921.
THE JEWISH MONITOE rive i ' J hope to be able to show our appre ciation in the near future. Sincerely yours, SAM NEUSNER, Editor P. 0. P. Club Notes. F. 0. P. CLUB NOTES SAM NEUSNER, Editor. We finally lost a ball game, but it took the fast F. 0. 0. Club of Dallas to beat us, and at that they had to use several ringers We have chal lenged them to a return game, which will be played in Fort Worth. No ringers will be used in the future games played 'against the F. 0. P. Club. A movement is on now to or ganize a series of games between Fort Worth and Dallas, Corsicana and Waco. The Model Grocery Co. ,,.,, . Phones Rosedale 191 and 195 and. 441 "1 i . . 1103 and 1105 College Avenue The STORE OF GOOD TASTE Qualty and Service Unexcelled If you should have reverses and need accommodations for 30 days or longer, a cash or chain store would laugh at you we can take care of you at all times. OPEN UP AN ACCOUNT WITH US TWO DELIVERIES EACH DAY Talk about initiation, we sure had some time Tuesday night at out meet ing. The T. 0. 0. degree team cam over with all their paraphenelia and before they got through with the four candidates we just about split our sides laughing Archie Salszberg, Milton Fox, Ruby Brodky and Leon Friedlander were the men initiated last night. There will be initiations every meeting until every man in the club has been through the mill. After initiation, open house was held and after several speeches. Robert Goodman and Sam Neusner boxed several rounds to the amuse ment of all present. As they are both employed by the Morris . Hat Company it looked like a set up at first, but after the exhibition every body was satisfied that the bout was no frame up.' Archio Saliberg and Morris Fair, of D. 0. 0. Club, then boxed four rounds and they kept us all in an uproar with their antiques. Dad Flynn is endeavoring to sign Archie to fight but Archie says busi ness is too good to fight for a living. Dr. Max Walkow then sang "Old Pal" and several of the numbers. We thank the young ladies who attended this meeting. They certainly put pep .vu-yr.r .tittww, htm biiimili y.mjiiiifummjmmmmmmmname-sgfjp I Jl 1 ' TP. "Oh, Jim! mother puncture today and my gloves ana dress a eight! Why don't you order I, HR Puncture proofs for my car. like you put on all your business cca end trucks? DO it now quip hmr ear with Le Puncture' proof tires. Of coarse, yon already dm them oo all your business or commercial cars. That's a mattar of business economy-tin,nx)oe7-siMltroobl-eriDa But, how about her safety, comfort, tfrhrinfonfldactoa and ease of mind? Doctors, salesmen, contractora all aorta of ownssw driven cars have, long ago, demonstrated the con tinuous mileage-givinf value as these guaranteed- puncture-proof Urea. The car of every woman who drives should be fully equipped with Lee Puncture-proof tires. Do you realize that with four types of pneumatics to offer, the Lee Dealer Is practically jiving you a tire made to order for your particular service? i f " m i ' ii m ml m l V. 7 'I I Three Urere of CM hsrdtntd steel discs Imbedded la pore rubbar sre built Into trtjL Punctar-proo( tire. Lee Tire and Service'iCompany! SEVENTH AND COMMERCE iMmtttttt"4"'ttttttt LAMAR 214 in all of vs. The meeting was ad journed at 10:15 p. m. Clarence Goldberg believes in pros perity. He boosts business for the doctors now. Clarence ran his little Dodge against a telephone post the other day. He is laid up now with his right arm all est up. Dr. Ant well, a close friend of his, says: "Business is Business." " Jack Breacher did not attend our open meeting on Tuesday night. Jack being one of our most valuable mem bers, we missed him. Fearing foul play, we sent out a searching party. Jack was finally found at the Union Depot, and; we could not, budge, .kirn from there. , Jack, will you kindly explain your actions T Ruby Brodky is fast becoming the best little (Argufier) in the dob. Whenever you want an argument call Ruby, he'll supply the opposition. We are boosting him for the legis lature. Joe Perslcy is the F. O. P. electri cian. Joe takes care of all the hot shots. Watch your chairs, boys. Leon Freidlander and Clare need Goldberg will be out of town for twe weeks. Heres where the bell teem takes a vacation. Watch for our next affair is all I say. We ill surprise yon sure. Watch the Monitor for F. 0. P. newt. Everything that goes en in town is closely observed by F. 0. P. re porters. Last report is that Francis snd Sadie Towb hare returned te town from Mineral Wells. Hot Dogl AX OPEN LETTER TO THE WACO To M, H A Ihe F. 0. P. Club noted an Item in the Jewish Monitor in regards to a ball game in which you challenge u. You have a right to challenge as as we claim the championship of the state for Jewish clubs. We beat Cprricana, who in turn beat T. 0. 0. Cub of Dallas and also defeated year trong team. We wil play you any time bat yea must come to Fort Worth or Dallas. We wil show you s good time. We will dm only club members en our team. We expect you to do the same. Should we find yon have ringers in your line op we will re fuse to play. Come to Fort Worth, Come vat te the Lake! We wil. give you a dance or anything else you want We have the facilities. (Signed) F. 0. P. CLUB. SAY! Now it the time to buy your supply of Printed Matter. Reason: There U now a lull in business which makes It possible for you to get more attractive prices as well as our most careful attention. MONITOR PUBLISHING (XX