The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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Bicycles, Base Ball
and tennis Goods
A Complete Line
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pedal Prices to Clubs
^[Let us know your
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S. L. RANDLETT, President
LANCASTER, DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912.
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/"|UR SHOE SALE, which is now on, offers you and
every member of your family the above u essentials”
in every way. THE REST FITTING SHOES, made for
SERVICE by our country’s foremost makers at a mini-
mum cost, are the Shoes offered in this sale.
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sale, but all Low Shoes and Spring shipments now being
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received are excepted.
This Sale Closes Saturday Night, March 16.
2»axtcasUv Dr^ SocAs Co.
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$5.00 $4.00 - $3.50
. Clapp ‘‘Walk-Over Walk-f)ver ’vTaHi-Over Fairfield
sjhoes shoes shoes
$3.75 $3.00 $2.85
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goes in this
J. W. Broyles visited in Waxa-
bachie the first of the week.
J. T. McCarty has been doing
jury service in Dallas this week.
A number of our citizens have
heard Gipsv Smith in Dallas this
Miss Willie Stuart is assisting
la Hammond’s millinery depart-
Mrs. D. M. Harrison returned
Sunday from a visit with friends
The Lancaster baseball team
is billed for a game on the Ferris
diamond the 16tb.
Mrs. D. M. Waters left Mon-
day for a visit in the home of her
brother at Quinlan.
Mrs. L. Etchison, of Dallas,
was a guest this week of her
friend Mrs. B. T. Sneed.
Miss Clara Solomon who has
been in a wholesale millinery
house in Dallas, is now at home.
Mrs. Chas. Hroyles of Rock
Springs, visited Mrs. H. T.
Broyles Tuesday and Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Solomon
Oak *Cliff were guests last
epk of yP. M. Solomon and
M^ss Edha~ Hash, of Brown
county attended the funeral of
her grandfather, R. C. Austin
S. A. McCallum writes from
Douglas, Ga., enclosing check for
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the renewal of the Herald and
The Carthage Register gave
the opening of Miss Olhe Wil-
son’s millinery parlors a very
Mrs. W. C. Davis writes:
“Please change our paper from
Electra to Weatherford.’ We
can’t stay here without it.”
Rev. W. E. Hathorn will fill
his pulpit at the Baptist Church
Sunday. Holland Filgo will lead
the B. Y. P. U. service at 6:15.
Clyde Little has had his bead-
quarters changed for a* few
months and is now located at 300
Nieollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn,
The name,of J. C. Pelt was
placed in the Herald announce-
ment column last week, as a can-
didate for Commissioner of Dis-
trict No. 3.
Mrs, Maggie Bushongof Roan-
oak City, Va., is visiting her
aunt. Mis. John Evans and her
cousins, Mesdames E, A. Taylor
and C. W. Newton.
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The Presbyterian ladies will
pour tea Tuesday from 3 to 6 at
the home of Mrs. W. G. Howell.
Mrs. F. M. Hammond and Mrs.
Miss Cornelia Workhoveu is
nowin charge of the millinery
department at F. M. Hamntond’s
store and is getting ready for
the spring opening.
Mrs. L. J. Miller of Waxaba-
cbie, H. C. Broyles and family
and other relatives were guests
at a dining at the home of J. W.
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Mrs. W. H. Alkire and little
daughter, Elizabeth, of San An-
tonio came in Wednesday night
for a several weeks’ visit with E.
M. Hulbert and family.
Mrs. Bob Price returned Sun-
day from Ennis, where she visit-
ed her mother. She was accom-
panied home by her brother who
has a position in Price’s restau-
Mrs. S. E. Garrison, who has
been a guest in the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Chas. Hunstable
for the past two weeks, renewed
her subscription to the Herald
Wednesday, saying she “needed
Malcom Keirsey was released
from the city hospital, Dallas,
Monday, having recovered from
his attack of meningitis. His
relatives and friends in Lancas-
ter are rejoicing_over his re-
T. J. Shoopman. of Vera, Tex.,
recognizes the value of newspa-
per service in the following, dated
the 2nd inst: “Times are mighty
hard in the West and dollars
very few, so let the Herald and
the Dallas News keep coming.”
The little two-year-old daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. S N. Parks
of DeSoto died Monday after an 1'• R. Greene ot Galesburg,
illness of pneumonia. The tu- who is touring the South,
neral service was conducted at
the churtSh Tuesday by the
spent Sunday with his brother,
C. T. Greene. C. T., who has
Methodist pastor. The Lancas- been in Oklahoma of late met his
ter undertakers were called to
care lor the remains and con-
duct the burial. The Doctor
and wife have the sympathy of a
large circle of friends.
brother in Denison and accompa-
nied him home. C. T. left Mon-
day for St. Joe, Mo., from where
he goes to Montana and the
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Peck of
Dallas, formerly of Albion, Mich-
igan, spent Sunday with Dr. and
Mrs. C. J. Barker. A very
pleasant time was spent recall-
ing old times and friends.
Ferris has organized a gas and
oil development company witht
W. D. Pitts, president;J.A.Smith,
secretary; D. H. Moyers, treas-
urer, and Wi M. Bain, Manager.
Mr. Pitts is a large lafl^d owner
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and Mr. Moyers is cashier of the
Ferris National Bank.
At a foreclosure sale in Dallas
Tuesday C. R. Rea purchased
the I. Hunt lot, on the west side
of the pik?, in North Lancaster,
and a lot joining what is known
as the Meyers property in East
Lancaster, the price for the two
pieces of property being $4l5.
Dr. G. T. j Parks met with
quite a painful accident last Sun-
day. He stepped from bis auto
on to a bridge and a broken board
gave way with him, letting his
foot and leg gb through m such a
manner as to bruise him, until
he was confinjed to his bed for
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The jury in the J. K. Yates
case at Fort Worth Tuesday re-
turned a verdict of not guilty.
Yates, who killed*Claud Styers
in Dallas last March, pleaded self-
defense, and the unwritten law,
his sixteen-yekr-old daughter be-
ing connected with the case.
Tom Yates’ of Lancaster attend-
ed bis brother’s trial Monday
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Hulbert, Elbert Monroe & Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, March 8, 1912, newspaper, March 8, 1912; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth542626/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.