The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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for Trades Day!
Interurban mail service was
inaugurated Tuesday. The 9:30
car bringing mail from the
north, * the only service given
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Decoration Day services will
be held at Edgewood cemetery
Sunday, May 9th. The program
10c Tooth Brush Free
Ith the Following Dentrifices:
ill Spearmint Paste...............
liar Rexall Paste ..................
1 Regular Powder................
call Tooth Powder.....*.*.....v.
x3.ll Tooth-Wash - •**••••• ......
Material Resources of Texas
Explained to Editors.
!. and further announcement will
be given neat week. >
( , John Freeman came in from
ionroe to see his mother and
Texas Leads in Oppurtamites
sister. Mrs. H. L. Brundage add
Mrs.. Leta Self, Mrs. Self left
for her home in Sulphur, Okla.,
Mrs II. L. Brundage sold he#
place to R. P. Henry; considera-
tion $1200. She will move to
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Mount Auburn, addition.to Dal-
las, where she is baving*a resi-
dence erected. ! ;V v
Mr. and^ Mrs. A. H* Rawtths
will leave today for Jacksonville,
Fit,, to attend the' Confederate
Reunion. After which they will
The members of the Rational
(Editorial Association—the men who
furnish the intellectual food of the
Ration—met in Houston on April
£-3rd, 24th and 25th mid for three
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jdays discussed first-hand, the prob-
lems which confront the men be-
hind the . pen. practically every
state in the Union was represented
and the convention excelled in point
of attendance and result* accom-
plished any meeting ever held by
-1 large-size cake Harmony Violet and
j' Soap ..................... •. ■...«\ 0 w
visiting relatives and friends.' \
On account of the heavv rain
last Sunday the Men’s Sunday
Club did not hold a service, but
issue an invitation to all men and
boys to hear Mr. Reedy at the
Methodist church next Sunday
at 3:30 o’clook, in bis address
It will satisfy you
comes to cheer and fi|
ou carry the load ot
of the strong insu- I
re so* broad -- when
s so low ? You can v f
and her brother, Frank Williams
were called on account of the
serious Illness of their father, G.
s: william*, wlio, v,<;
to report has recovered and is
i No. 45.
| horse left the north
bridge the south ban!
[carrying the bridge with it. The
big bridge over the creek at
The regular services at the
dress the men of our church at
3:30 p, m., his subject, being
"The Tale of Two Bears.” If
you fail to bear this address you
will miss a great deal. The
Senior League meets at 6:45
promptly., I trust all the
of Texas or 819,570 88* operated bj
tenants and 198,195 er 47 pur cent
ate farmed by thsar owner* end
“anagw*. -Xt \
Texas has more fatm bom* m-
Local cars (making all stops)
fro wfWhxabachie pass 6:25 and
7:25 a. tn. From Waco and all
intermediate points 9:25, 11:25,
1:25, 3:25. 535. 7:25. 9:25 p. m.
aiid 12:02 a. m. Express, cars
from Waco and all intermediate
cities and towns (making no
country stops) pass 8:02 and
10:02 a. m.: 1*0?, 2:02, 4:02. 6:02
and 8:02 p. m. Car passing 10:02
o. m. runs as express Waco to
Waaahachie, and makes local
stops when necessary north of
Local ears irom Dallas run
ntng through to Waco (making
all stops) pass 7;15, 9:15 and
11:15 a. m., 1:15, 8:15, 5:15 and
7:15 p. m. Local cars passing
9:15, and 11:15 p. m. and 12:15 a.
m. run to Waxahachle. Express .
cars from Dallas running
through to Waco (makingall city
and town stops, bat no country
stops) pass 8:12. and 10:12 a. m.. 1
12:12, 2:12; 4:12 and 6:12 p. m.
Cars passing 8:12 and 10:12 ,p. m.
run as express cars Dallas to i
Waxahacbie, and make local
in every woman’s life when sw
iclp her over the hard places,
les to you, you know what tonic
i the weakened womanly organs,
n back to strength and health,
usands and thousands of weak,
past half century of wonderful
do the same for you, .; \ - Vf
Dr. Rutherford will be in Lan-
caster, Saturday, May 2nd. for
the purpose of castrating horses.
Castrate yonr horses without
throwing, searing or clamping,
and will do it in one minute. If
riding need not dismount Don’t
hnrt yonr animal to travel after
the operation from one to twenty
Texas is invested in sgrieuBum.
Texas ’farm prop*
lvalue at the rate ot
Ison, R. F. D. No. 4. Alma,
is the greatest medicine on earth,
1 began to take Cardui, I was
ns* and had such awful dizzy
farm is $5lSll; of this smoiwt
$3,909 is invested In land, $50$ fa
buildings, $135 in h^emanf* sad
imachinery, and $765 In UvseMt
The average value ef Items farm
Hand (improve^ and anintprovad)
is $14.53 par aero. *
There are 318,98$ matte*-white
fdrmeri, 58,864 fcreign-born whttf
and, 69,918 negro farmers in Texas,
The average tenant farm of Ttea
as eont&ins 115 aetoa wk&s the av-
erage size of those eperated tf
owners is 353 acre*.
About 33 per oent of the Texas
farms are mortgaged. The mart-
cage indebtedness is sypwvrimitabf
The average mortgage debt of s
Texaa farm i* $1,548; the avesragi
Nqw I feel as well and
Sold by all
II You Have a
WE WANT TO KNOW ,
WHAT fT IS %
Putting out good printing
ie our business, and when
w* say good printing we
don't mean fair, but the
best obtainable. If yon
are "horn Missouri" give
us a trial and we wfll
It i. 30
I made an effort to ae^le qvery
account before leaving Lancas-
ter. If I overlooked a bill it will
be settled- if presented to J. T.
McCarty. ’ J. W. Jewt.
round corn, 30
fa meal, 20 pounds
20 pounds of mo*
ly mixed. Lan-
of the Christian
tfve a Pure Fpod
s lunches Mat lat
I’ll meet you
You can fatten j
en Rod one (bird
any other feed. \
it is green, sweet
cent pure. We
Lacanster Cash G
A gold ring. Owner see J. R.
McCasland, describe ring and
pay for ddv.
Attend the citizens meeting
tonight you may have just the
idea or suggestion needed.
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1914, newspaper, May 1, 1914; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth542904/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.