The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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'NTHOLIflEBALM—Rtcommended for Head- 3
ache, Sunburn, Chapped Hands, Bites and ||
Stints of Insects—-the biggest 25 cent seller g
on the market. H
JSKEETER SKOOT”— Drives away Mosquitos, §|
Gnats, Black Flies, Etc., Etc. 3
The Last Word on Hog Day
LYON DRUG STORE |
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It s Easy,
It’s Good Judgment;
To hive a Rood Insurance Policy on your property ;
also on your Lite.
TODAY! apt Tomorrow — Tomorrow may never
*com£ See us — WE appreciate your business.
Phone 44 ?-2 Hugs.
tff You are Fond of Really GOOD CAKE,
Try an Angel-Food Coke at 25c.
also have 6-inch Layer Cakes at 15 and 25c.
8-inch “ ; at 25 and 50c.
Our Goods are as Good as the Best--our Prices are
-Lower than the Lowest!
HOT BRBAD AND ROLLS DAILY at 11:30.
TRESP BROS., Proprietors,
Exploits of Elaine!
Vfegi&fliiig with this issue we
aeKI run as our story, movie seri-
^sg.'^The Exploits of Elaine,” the
first episode was shown at the
asirdiome Monday night. We give
mfeis week the first, and part of
mfce<eecond episode. Next week
'waewill complete the second and
iffca pi it episode, and the following
will give in Friday's pa-
ffee episode that will be giv-
Sphe following Monday at the
^Urdoae. The story is inter-
iiartiBg and doubly so when* yon
—ad it and see the pictures.
At the Baptist Church.
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“ A Christian’s Estimate of
Himself” will be the subject for
the morning hour. This service
will begin promptly at 10:45,
This will prove a beneficial
change. The evening service
will be on the lawn of the church
and will begin at 8:80 p. m. Con-
gregational singing will be one
of the features of the evening
service. B. Y. P. U. at 7:15. An
interesting program of music,
oapern and discussions has been
prepared, the subject being
“Home Mission Schools.” You
are welcome. H. C. Bass, Pastor.
If you pay your subscription
you will enjoy with greater zest
our new story.
Prosperity Surrounding You
The harvest machines are busy from early dawn
4o shades of evening, threshing out the splendid grain
*crops. The recent rains have guaranted a great
Now is the time to stop the leaks and Save!
'TOe are here to help you build from bed-rock up.
Slant now as a Depositor. Come in and see us—
We May Benefit You!
WHITE 8c CO., Bankers
Read it in the paper and see
it at the Airdome, “The Ex-
ploits of Elaine.”
Henry Lacy returned to his
position in the wholesale depart-
ment at Sanger’s Monday.
Rupert Perry and wife, of
Dallas, are spending the week
with Mr. Perry’s father, W. Y.
Perry, and wife.
Rev. Rogers is conducting a
meeting at Cold Springs. The
services are being held in the
grove and will continue through
Thursday wheat brought $1.08
per bushel; oats 35 bulk; 37 sack-
ed, on the Lancaster market.
W heat had been bringing a good
price all week.
G.T. Smith left Tuesday for a
trip to Galveston. Mrs. Smith
left Wednesday ior Osceola,
where she will be joined by her
husband, and they will return to
Lancaster the first of the week.
At the meeting of the school
board Monday evening, notwith-
standing the hot weather a bon-
fire was enjoyed, the occasion
being the burning of a paid bond.
Interesting on all out-standing
bonds has been paid in full.
On account of the Cotton Car-
nival, The Katy is advertising
low rates to Galveston, On sale
dailv, up to and including Aug.
1st limit Aug, 2nd. Popular low
rates July 24tb, 27th and 30th.
Ask Agent Pouts for rate.
Mr. J. L. Brss and wife are
expected in from Yoakum Satur-
day. Mr. Bass is enroate to
New York markets, and Mrs.
Bass will visit her parents W.L
Hunlev and wife, and her sister,
Mrs. Wilkerson at Winnpboro.
Mr. J. M, Billingsley and wife
joined L. R. Evans and family,
Prank Stephens and family, Mrs,
John Evans and Miss Fannie
Evans at the Zoo Tuesdiy night
and enjoyed a family picnic sup-
per and a delightful evening out-
Walter the little 9on of H, C.
Lavender suffered painful burns
on bis face Wednesday after-
noon while playing with powder
in the yard at his home. It is
believed there was no ser ions in-
jury to his eyes, but it was a
miracle that his might was not
Lemond and Laurence Henry
drove to Wichita Falls last Fri-
day to bd guest in the home of
their sister Mrs. E. F. Jones.
Frank Williams and wife accom-
panied them and from Wichita
Falls went to Arches City to
visit relatives. They are expect;
ed home the last of the week.
Forty-nine vears ago July 14th
Mrs. Martha Forester moved to
her present home, and has re-
sided there continually. Joys
and sorrows have lined the path-
way, but the blessings haye out
numbered the disapointments,
and this worlds goods haye ac-
cumulated m goodly proportions.
Mrs, P, C. Leather wood, of
Big Springs and Mrs- C C. Skin-
ner, of Fort Stockton will arrive
today to he guest of their parents
W. F. Griffin and wife, other
members of the fam'ly who will
come the first of the week are
Mrs. Ch<is. ^Miller, Fort Worth;
Lester Griffin, Yanti» and Ben
of Dallas. The occa-mn of the
family gathering is M * Griffin’s
birthday which occurs next
Wednesday when a »og dinner
will be served.
An old mar O' He scenic
beauty of Lancaster h - been re-
moved this week—tb- d wood-
en stairway with tbr derneath
coal bins at the Laoc er Hard-
ware block. A new ad neat
iron stairway has br- put up,
and a cement walk wi >e laid to
replace the gravel w This
piece of work was or- -d sever-
al weeks ago but t:> telav in
shippiog the stairw^ neld up
the work. It will gre. improve
the looks and value oi is prom-
I' inent corner.
The Hog Club meeting at
Mesquite Wednesday was a
great success. Intense interest
was manifested by the farmers,
those who had raised swine
and those who had heretofore
taken no special interest in the
matter, stated they had receiv-
ed information which would be
of great value to them. This
came in a special message to the
Herald from Mr. Surratt, who
stated further that the Lancas-
ter meeting should be the great-
est meeting of all; the speakers
and workers would have the
work systematized to get at
once into the information the
farmers wanted. They went to
Cedar Hill Thursday where a
great meeting w^p. anticipated.
To every farmer within reach
of our city the Lancaster Com-
mercial Club extends a cordial
invitation to come, and come
early as additional speakers
have been secured,and an all day
program will be carried out.
At the ladies’ meeting Mr. Bur-
ton will give information as to
laving qualities of hens, and
how to know them. Live hens
will be used in demonstration.
Come! The lectures and all in-
formation are free to you!
A number of our citizens will
go to Hutchins to see the game
of base ball to be played between
Brown’s Crackers t! t champions
of Dallas and the f Hutchins
Regulars,” Love- s o' the gaite
will see au inter sti ig contest
for the honers an d will b ? well
.p?id for their trip
A unique campaign, having as
its purpose a successful 1915
State Fair of Texas, is now on
in this city. The Fair manage
ment is selling 100,000 Opening
Day Kqys, each key selling for
50c the price of a general ad-
mission ticket. A Key is good
for admission at will on Satur
day, October 16th. * Thousands
of these keys have already been
soldi not only to Dallas people
but to many out side the city.
Business concerns .labor unions,
social, civic and fraternal organi-
zation are co-operating with the
Fair making in this the most
successful campaign ever con
ducted in Dallas.
The buds of an Fist Indian tree
are picked, dried and then graded
according to the percentage of oil
they contain—this oil is the source
of the clove "flavor.
But unless va..;.la!ren in grind-
ing, even oily clove ■ lc; ed much of
their flavor.* After grinding, the
cloves must be protected from
evaporation by • f- • p— - -
You see then that it b not only
pure cloves you m„=t iftfcist on,
but selected cloves which ha^ e
been handled throughout the best
way to keep them foil of the oil
That’s why we suggert that you
insist on White Swan Cloves.
Selected from the best grade,
ground by our “cool” process to
retain flavor and strength and
packed in air-tight tins. Vour
grocer sells White Swan Cloves
—the cost is a little more, but the
economy is greater because a tin
lasts lodger. ,2>*
Waples-PIatter Grocer Co.
Several good farms.—One of
85 acres, well located near Lan-
Also a 900 acre stock farm and
raneh in Hamilton county, Tex-
as, well located. Some lots in
Dallas and Lancaster.
M. O Durrbtt.
It is a bargin of course, and
you want to take advantage ot
bargains. The Lancaster Herald
one year, Farm and Ranch one
year and Hollands Magazine two
years for $2, Let us send you
this happy trio.
With the aim of the DOLLAR DAY,
we are offering five items on whioh
we have sacrificed all our profits —
purely for your benefit.
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For Trades Day Only: J
8 lbs. PURE LARD tor................ $1|00
6 lbs. BEANS for.............. ...... $1,00
7 lbs. DRY SALT MEAT for ... ...... $1.00
15 lbs. SUGAR....................... $1.00
8 lbs. COFFEE ......... $1.00
ALL THE WEEK—These Five, to
Keep the Dollars Coming ;
COAL OIL—gallon ..................10c
TOMATOES—can ..,,,,,,,«7c i
MEAL 17i lbs. ..»*«*•• ,40c
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ARBUCKLE COFFEE-lb. .................20c 1
■^To-utis fax ^Eore,
G. C. Rawlins
Grain Company |
Would be pleased to figure with
on any Grain 6r Feed you may
, have to offer.
Very Top of the Market Paid at
Wilburtoti Domestic Lump Coal
Absolutely free from slack, and tl
best coal the market affords for
The Price is Right—come and1
Examine this Goal.
Warehouse Grain Company
J. L. Winniford. Alex Mitchell. W. B. McCotdy.
Tavor those Who Tavor
Are you depositing the proceeds ot your
Grain with a Bink that will help you
When You Need It ?
It in doubt open an account with us, an" j^ej^ill show
you how a capable and accommodating Bank takes care
ot its customers
R. P. Henry & Sons, Bankers
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1915, newspaper, July 23, 1915; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth542839/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.