The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, April 28, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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CAN YOU AFFORD
t-6 be without
AT THIS SEASON.
May 1 Sees Inaugurated First
General Campaign of
Kind in Service.
e most Logical and Scientific Method of
Removing the Cause of Human Ills!
Without the Postal Service, business
would languish In a day, and be at a
standstill in a week. Public opinion
would die of dry rut. Sectional hatred
or prejudice only would flourish, and
It is the biggest distinctive business
In the world and it comes nearer to the
innermost interests of a greater num-
ber of men and women than any other
institution on earth. No private busi-
ness, however widespread, touches so
many lives so often or sharply; no
church reaches into so many souls,
flutters so many pulses, has so many
human beings dependent on its min-
“Postal Improvement Week” has
been set for May 1. by the Postmaster
General. This is the first general cam-
paign of Us kind in the Postal Service
for several decades. Business men
and their organizations, large users of
the mail, newspapers, motion pictures,
advertisers, and the entire organiza-
tion of 320,000 postal workers are to be
enlisted in this country-wide ffampalgn
of Interest in postal improvements.
Your help is vital. Address your let-
ters plainly with pen or typewriter.
Give street address. Spell out name
of State, don’t abbreviate. Put your
return address In the upper left hand
corner of envelope (not on the back)
and always look at your letter before
dropping in the mail to see If it Is
properly addressed. This care In the
use of the mails is for your benefit and
speeds up the dispatch and delivery
of mall matter.,.
If you have any complaints of poor
service make them to your postmaster.
He has Instructions to investigate them
and report to the department.
Let us Protect Your Property by a Policy in some
good reliable company—SAFETY FIRST
W. B. HURST & CO.
Next Door to Post-Office.
•J- B. EDWARDS, Manager,
Telephone 198. Lancaster, Texai
^ [Makes the
Guy Chiropractic Office
Deere Building, Dallas, Texas.
tplete X-Ray Laboratory.
No Charge for X-Ray Work to Patients.
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Teh Successful Years of Practice !
Your favorite COLD DRINK, CIGARS and CANDY
fQTAt Our Stand-’
Ready to Serve You at all times /
W. V. Moreland
they will grow and bring gpme re-
turn for his labor.
Should the fruit from the tree of
prosperity fall on his head, be raba ,
the bump and grabs the fruit
When the weather reports day
“fair and warmer” he believes it—
and carries his um brella. A
Like the optimist, he sees the
bright side of things and goes ahead,
but he also sees the dark side and
prepares to meet it.
And here lies his success—lookisg *
not alone on the dark side, but see- ,
ing both sides clearly—Ex. '
It sticks in human relations like
postage stamps on letters. The
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ex-
pects it to be used by its postmasters
and employees in dealing with the
Help them in its use beginning
with POSTAL IMPROVEMENT
WEEK, May 1-6, 1922.
An optimist is a man who be-
lieves that the seed he plants in the
garden will grow and look as good
as the pictures on the package.
A pessimest stands beneath the
tree of prosperity and growls when
the fruit falls on his head.
A “ peptimist ” is the happy med-
ium between these two.
He doesn’t believe with the opti-
mist, equal to the pictures on the
package — that the seeds will pro-
duce something, but he does believe
TED Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
lull. 9:30 to 11:30 A. M.
At Head Hotel.
A four room house with bath, 2 V*
acres lot, chicken houses and garage
$4,500. S. C. Sandford.
Sta. A, R. 1, Dallas, Texas.
Southern Traction Time Card
> and Management re-
be act of Congress of
EI12, of the Lancaster
Bhed weekly, for April,
\ address of owner—
uibert, Lancaster, Tex.
W. Tufts, Lancaster,
Marble Floor Finish
E. M. Hulbert, Lan
there are no bondholders,
tee or other security holders.
, W. Torrs, Business Mgr.
Abed and sworn to before
|4th day of April. 1922.
0. L. Lavender, N. P.
Card of Thanks
Are the FLOORS the
“Jarring Notes” in the
harmony of your home?
Words Cannot express our grati-
tude to friends and neighbors for
their kindness and tender ministra-
tion to our loved one during his
long illness and their sympathy to
us in our great sorrow at his death.
Mrs. A. J. Pierce.
Miss Bess Pierce.
tried Admiration Coffee
Greene Grocery Co.
£ Yy OSSIBLY some of your other-
JL wise beautiful rooms are spoiled
by dull, worn, shabby floors.
For appearance, and for protection
as well, coat them with Devoe Marble
Floor Finish Varnish.
It fills the tiny pores and keeps dust
and germs out of the wood. Its
toughness protects the fibres from
wear; and its glowing lustre enriches
the decorative scheme.
Devoe Products are time-tested and
proven,backed by the 168years’experi-
ence of the oldest paint manufacturing
concern in the U. S. Founded 1754.
The Herald is a good advertising
SLEEPING ON A SLEEPER
Some folks have trouble doing this, but not
on the Gulf Coast Lines night trains between-
Houston and New Orleans. As Kellogg
says; “There’s a Reason”—
* Good engines
Few stops and fast,
Furniture, PAINT, Etc
AUTO TOPS and CUSHIONS
In our Harness Department
Here’s what’s next.
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, April 28, 1922, newspaper, April 28, 1922; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543100/m1/2/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.