The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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FASHION SHOW AT THE FAIR
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At a meeting of the school
board held Tuesday evening, R.
P. Henry, Sr., resigned from
the board of directors.
This resignation was brought
about by a ruling of the Attorney
General on the depository ques-
The bo^rd advertised for bids
for the depository o f school
funds, and A. A. Hunlev was the
successful bidder. The new
ruling given is to the effect that
an individual, other than a bank-
er or member of a corporation
can not hold the office. This
necessitated advertising for new
bids. R. P. Henry & Sons,
Bankers, were the only bidders,
and this necessitated the re-
isgnation of Mr. Henry from the
board of school trustees, as the
law does not permit a trustee to
be a keeper of the funds.
Mr. Henry has been a member
of the board of trustees for a
number ot years and this year
was serving as president.
The board will at their regular
meeting, the first Tuesday in
November, elect a trustee to fill
the vacancy, as it is the duty
of the board to fill all vacancies.
Most Any Bank
Can handle your business after a fashion, when times
are good andtmoney easy. When times are hard and
money tight you feel the need of a business connec-
tion with a v
Strong and Reliable Bank.
Do your business with us and make your credit good
WHITE & CO., Bankers
Deeds, Mortgages, Etc., Prepared. r Notary Public
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Dallas County Tax Assess-
Dallas: Wit a Style and Fashion
Show in the Coliseum the nights of
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
of the first week, with fifteen
beautiful girls modeling the very
~ * creations In
women’s wear of
uuib iui.iftu and- domestic aHists, the
1915 State Fair of Texas, which opens
* Saturday, October 16, and closes Sun-
day, October 31. promises to be of ex-
ceptional interest td those of the fair
Bex, who are consistent State Fair
patrons and who appreciate attractions
of real worth and of a notable cbarad-
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The State .Fair maanagement has
closed a contract with Miss May Tul-
ley of New York to bring to Dallas
her fifteen famous models, whose
latest showing ef Fall and Winter
fashions took place in the Palace The-
ater, New York, and was commented
on by the press as one of the great
ultra events of the season.
The great stage in Fair Park Coll- j shell this unusual offering,
seum will be utilized for this fashion* The programs rare so arranged as to
The 1915 tax rolls for Dallas
County were completed Monday
b y County Tax Assessors
Marsh BHiston, showing a total
valuation of $142,£>96,680, includ-
ing $41,120 on supplemental rolls
for back years. The total is an
increase of $3,763,850 over the
total for the preceding year.
Under the assessment the
county taxes will be $784,214 95.
The State tax will be the same,
both county and State tax being
55c on the $100 valuation.
Land assessments are $14,-
142,510 and the average land
valuation per acre i s $25 42.
Town lots are assessed at $84,-
showing; and arrangements will be attract unusual interest, each Of the
made so that the models can walk models being heralded appropos of her
amidst the audience and each detail attire. For instance; ‘‘My Lady of
pf their attire studied at leisure. There the International Cup,” appears in a
will also be Child models showing chil*! polo suit; ‘‘My Lady of the Saddle”
dren’s clothes—of exceptional interest in . equestrian attire; and then “My
to mothers. I Lauy' of Fifth Avenue” appears and
Bach of the fifteen girl models will » is followed by ‘‘A Broadway Girl.”
make at least three changes and gome There will be brides and bridesmaids . . .
five during the course of the evening, all appropriately gowned; an exquisite ana again the invitation waa
They will show all the new Fall ef- showing of opera dresses and wraps,
if LeoTrfesp. Walter Tresp.
| City Bakery
3 WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU! /
H That is the reason why we put Quality first. But
g that does not keep us from selling cheaper than the
bakeries in the city. We sell;
| Anjjel Food Cakes at ...........25d
g 8-inch Layer Cakes at.. .25c and 50c
g 6*inch Layer Cakes at... 15c and 25c
p HOT BREAD & ROLLS,at 11:30 a. m. Daily.
| TRESP BR0SL, Proprietors.
Insurance Real Estate
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Years of Experience in Insurance
and Real Estate Business.
Annual Birthday Dinner.
Another year has rolled around
ONLY RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED.
fects, including morning costumes, aft-
ernoon dresses, separate clothes of all
sorts; and evening gowns, wedding
dresses and negligees.
Miss Tulley, who is a very clever
and able woman, requires an hour and
a half for this wonderful showing,
which includes appropriate costumes
for maid-servants and men-servants.
“Fifteen of1 the most beautiful mod*
els in the world displaying the latest
modes of what My Lady wears from
rising to retiring,” explains in a nut*
afternoon gowns, dancing gowns. Lady
visitors will be especially delighted
with a Silver Foam Dress, a Fire Fly
Dress, a Pastel Gown and a Lily Gown.
These and hundreds of other beautiful
creations will be shown in settings all
their own. ,
It is unnecessary to state that all
the essentials necessary to carry out
this unusual offering have not been
overlooked. Riding horses and ponies,
special scenery, automobiles, etc., are
given to assist T. J. Parks in
celebrating his birthday Oct. 13,
at his home at DeSoto. Those
from Lancaster who were so
fortunate as to receive a “bid’'
were Dr. Fiske, H. S. Strain, P.
H. McDavid and J. A. Boyd. As
usual a banquet was served;
stories related and toasts drink.
The fact that doctors and drug-
gists carried with them well-
filled medicine cases prevented
many cases of indigestion. Mr.
Parks grows younger as the
years go by, and here’s wishing
him many more joyous birth-
days,surrounded by family, rela-
tives, and old Comrades.
FARMLOANS AND SALES
Given Careful Attention.
OFFICE s OPPOSITE INTERURBAN DEPOT.
Notary Public C. R. REA Phone No. 45
Our Sunday Schools.
Dallas: One of the yery biggest at-
tractions at the State Fair of Texas
this year will he the exhibitions of
the MUler Bros, and Arlington’s 101
Ranch Wild West Shows which will
be seen inside the grounds during the
first four days of the annual fall edu-
cational and industrial entertainment
And, incidentally, one of the biggest
features in connection with the Wild
West Show if “Big Jess” Willard,
champion heavyweight pugilist of the
■ This Goliath of the Kansas plains
whose 1750-bound blow and terrible
81-inch reach shattered the pugilistic
hopes of one John Arthur Johnson,
the "Big Smoke,” wears his laurels
‘modestly. In fact, be is as retiring
almost as & school girl and the hard-
est part of his dally program is that
of shaking hands with the crowds of
admiring fight fans who follow him
about wherever he goes. Willard was
a cowboy before he became an as-
pirant for* fistic honors. His associa-
tion with the Wild West 8how seems
to ha peculiarly fitting in view of hia
experience, in fact, it is said, he is
simply getting back to first principles,
for at one time he was a cowpuncher
on the 101 Ranch at Bliss, Oklahoma,
fronu’which the big show gets its name.
Jess is an expert horseman and is
capable of mastering the most obstrep-
erous cayuse that ever champed a bit.
_He appears in the Wild West Show
as a cowpuncher and later during the
performance dons his ring costume
and with his sparring partner will ii-
jlustrate how he sent Jaek Johnson to
j Willard dodges the crowds as much
as possibly and frequently, when
’some of his acquaintances or sporting
celebrities call to pay their respects
at the big top, the champion is hard
to find. Generally he is located behind
some Indian tepee playing as a child
with some Indian boy or girl. He is
familiar with most of the games play-
ed by the Indian children of half a
dozen different tribes, and appears to
enjoy all of them as much as the
.little Red Skins themselves.
] The champion travels in his own
private car and this car serves him
as a heaven of retreat when admir-
ing crowds press him too closely. He
is always courteous but wearies of
the attentions paid him and consid-
ers the whipping of Jack Johnson one
of the most ordinary things he has
ever accomplished He wonders at
the importance placed upon the
achievement by the average citizen.
The fact that this section has not
seen a genuine Wild West Show for
several years should add to the in-
terest aroused by, the coming of this
typical frontier .exhibition. The of-
fering of Willard as the big attraction
has evidently not been the occasion
for reducing the other strenuous at-
tractions with the show, and the ex-
hibition comes heralded as the most
typical ds^frlay of its kind before the
public. Scores of Wild West cham-
lpons contribute to a program that is
full of exhilerating, educational en-
tertainment. There Is a congress of
750 cowpunchers, cowgirls, Indians,
Mexicans, Cossacks ana other strenu-
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s Yours For Service,
The Lancaster Herald.
The following enrollment at-
tendance and bffering for last
Sunday were reported by the
superintendents of their respec-
tive school: *
Enrollment - v 117
Attendance - • - 123
Collection - ^ * $4.07
E. U. Thompson, Snpt.
Enrollment - - - 173
Attendance ... I31
Collection - - $5 25
Will Lavender, Supt.
Enrollment - - 123
Attendance - - 98
Collection - • $3.72
' W. G. Brown, Supt.
Enrollment - \ - 211
Attendance ... 10I
Collection ... $10-45
H. A. Rumfelt. Supt.
For Sixteen Days, October 16th to 31st.
One lot and improvements at
Lancaster, containing 1$ acres;
12,000 brick go in deal. Title
into 3 or 4 lots and sell.
Dr. J. W. Fallen,
130 Cliff Ave. San Antonio, Tex.
Read all the advertisements.
Christian Valiev U.
Patnc Sun. school
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Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA-
TIVE BROMO QUININE :a better than ordinary
Quinine and does not canae nervonaneaa nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look (or the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
v EXIT CALOMEL.
Mo Mon Matty. Disagreeable
Liv-Vbe-Lax is now rapidly
taking the place of calomel eve-
rywhere. ‘It is just as effective,
cleansing the system thoroughly
ot bile, toning up the liver; and
making that aluggiah feeling
disappear like magic. Yfet it is
pleasant to take, and has none of
the disagreeable after effects
that makes us dread calomel so
Feel fine all the time. Take
biv-Ver-Lax regularly, and
health becomes s habit.
Gsamateo. Every genuine bot-
tle bears the likeness of L. K.
Grigsby, and if it does not give
satisfaction yonr money will be
returned. For Bale in the big
50c and $1 bottles at H. S. Strain
Malaria or Chills & Fever
Prescription No. MS is prepared especially
fcr MALARIA or CHILLS 4 FEVER.
Five or aix doaea will break any case, and
H taken then aa a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acta on the liver better than
Calomel and does not Jripe or sicken. 2Se
It is a bargain of course* and
you want to take advantage of
bargains. The Lancaster Herald
one year, Farm and Ranch one
year and Hollands Magazine two
years for $2, Let us send yon
this happy trio,
Always be ready to speak a
good word for your home town.
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, October 15, 1915, newspaper, October 15, 1915; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth542719/m1/2/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.