The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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XXXIV., No. 20.
"Make your purchasing judgment
co-operate with your satisfaction
by avoiding cheap goods at low
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FOR ONE DAJ ONLY—Saturday we place our
entire stock Men’s Crepe de Chine and Tub Silk
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LANCASTER, DALLAS COUNTY, * TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920.
rts on Special Sale. Big assortment of pretty
Stripes and Conors:
CREPE DE CHINES—
$935 and 11.35
TUB SULKS— '
==$ 7.49 ===
KIRSCHBAUM SUITS — in many and different
pgr styles — are here for your*choosing.
[ PALM BEACH and MOHAIRS —in Greens, Greys,
Brown, Black and Blues—priced at
From $15.00 to $32.50
A Big Saving Opportunity!
Awaits you in our Men’s Shoe Department. We
. are offering a big line of Standard-make Oxfords
that we carried over from last season, AT LAST
SEASON PRICES, which means a saving to you
of about 33 lA per cent. In this stock are depend-
* able Oxfords at
$6.00, $6.00, $7.80 and up to $10.00
Men’s Straw Hats
r STR^W HAT TIME is surely here, and we are
prepared with a good assortment of the New
Shapes and Straws to suit all tastes — priced at
| From $2.00 to $6.00
A Laundered Collar
We have Just Received a New Shipment of this
popular Summer Col^r. It has made a “big hit”
all over the country, and we recommend it to our
customers who want the NEW THINGS, and at the
same time solicit comfort.
ASK FOR THE “LIBERTY.”
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' Lindley Stoker has gone to Burk-
burnett to take a position.
Miss Mildred Hammond spent the
week-end with Miss Jo Bowman in
Mrs. Lee Moore is visiting Mrs.
Bledsoe and other friends in Fort
Will Hash is taking his vacation
from duties at the Lancaster Hard-
Drew Winniford is taking his va-
cation from the Perkins wholesale'
Mrs.L. Youngblood will spend the
week-end in Sherman with her
brother, O. L. Guinn and wife.
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Marion Mitchell and Geo. Green-
well pie new members of the force
at the Lancaster Hardware store.
Mrs. Marion Hughes, Shreveport,
La., was a recent guest of her aunts
Mme&Mollie Moffett and L.BHowelL
Mrs. Chas. Pierce, of Plain view,
came in Wednesday of last week
and is a guest of her father, J. W.
J. D. Scott was brought home
from the sanitarium Friday evening
and has been a We to be down .town
Miss Bess Curry left Thursday of
last week for Tulsa, Okla., where
she will be at home with her father,
E. M. Cuny.
Miss Nell McDavid returned Sat-
urda y night from a several months
visit with her sister, Mrs. E. F.
Fisher, at Uvalde.
Miss Kathleen Hammond has had
as a guest the past week Miss Ailene
Collins, of Beaumont, a school male
at Carr-Burdett College.
Mrs. Pruitt, of Greenville, and W.
J. Floyd, of Rockwall, were among
the relatives of Miss Vivian Brun-
ner who came for commencement.
Miss Bess Parks is home from
Presbyterian College, Milford, for
the summer vacation. She expects
to return to this school in Septem-
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lowrey attend-
ed commencement at Carr-Burdett
College last week and was accom-
panied home by their daughter,Miss
Lloyd Davis ig. no\V in the gents’
furnishing department a t Ham-
mond s, F. M. Hammond, Jr., hav-
ing been transferred to the clothing
Mrs. L. B. Howell and -Mrs. F. M.
Hammond will have the tea for the
Presbyterian Society next Tuesday
from 4 to 6 o’clock, at the home of
Mrs. W. L. Waters and Miss Ilene
Davis went to Sherman Tuesday of
last week and remained to see Miss
Imogene Waters receive her diploma
from Carr-Burdett College.
Rev. S. C. Riddle performed the
ceremonyJast Friday evening,which
united the lives of Mr. W.M.Weaver
and Miss Pearl Tucker. The young
couple are'at home near Cedar Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Beesley return-
ed Sunday evening from Waco, and
accompanied by Mrs. W. S. Beesley
left Wednesday for Cisco, to be
with their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Mc-
Carty, for a season.
Miss Irene DuLaney, of El Reno,
Okla., spent Saturday and Sunday
in the home of her uncle, Thos. Du-
: Laney. Mrs. E. E. Glover and Mrs
Henry Barkley, of Ennis, were also
guests in this home Sunday.
j Miss Mary Lou Rice received a
j letter from Mrs. A. D. Rice, of China,
stating Mrs. A. W. Rice would sail
i for home June 8th. Miss Mary
Bisset who has been over there for
the past two years is returning, and
Mrs. Rice will accompany her.
In the announcement column will
be found the name of Matt L. Cobb,
as a candidate for District Clerk-
re-election. Mr Cobb says he is ex-
pecting Lancaster to give him the
usual big vote.
Miss Jewel Wood invited a num-
ber of her friends to assist her in
celebrating her birthday, Saturday
evening. Forty-two and other
games were enjoyed. Ice cream
and cake were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Filgo, of Cle-
burne, welcomed the arrival of a
little» daughter May 25th. Mrs.
Filgo and baby are at the home of
Mrs. Filgo’s mother in Waxahachie
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Filgo and family
have called upon the new arrival.
Miss Katharine Tubb, of Sparta,
Tenn., came in last Friday for a
visit with her sister, Mrs. K.L.Whi;e.
She was accompanied by Mrs,
White’s niece, Miss Jame Butler,
and the young ladies will be given
an enjoyable time by Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Chapman and family, of
Hutchins, were in Lancaster shop-
ping Monday. Mrs. Chapman re-
ported that her son, Stanley, was
home from A. &. M. College for the
summer vacation, but would return
to school this fall as he is deeply
interested in his course of mechani-
The Ferris Base Ball Club has re-
organized with the declared inten-
tion of regaining the victory lost to
Lancaster last year. Lancaster is
on the reckoning, and there is bound
to be something doing on the dia-
mond at Lancaster. The first game
in the series was in progress as we
went to Dress Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Dyer have sold
their effects and Monday will go to
Mt. Alba, where they will be at
home with their daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Richie. Later they will go to Okla-
homa to be with their son for a
while. This is made necessary be-
cause of the condition of Mr. Dyer’s
health, and it is hoped a change
and absolute rest will restore him.
Rev. and Mrs. Geren returned
Wednesday morning from their va-
cation, which included for Mr.Geren
a visit with his father in Tennessee,
the attendance at the Southern
Baptist Convention at Washington,
and on his return a stop in Arkan-
sas, where his wife and children
had visited with Mrs.Geren’s parents.
They report a delightful and profit-
The pretty bungalow home of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Floyd burned Mon-
day night, with contents. Mr. and
Mr$. Floyd and Miss Timpkin, of
Dallas,who was a guest in the home,
came in from Dallas on a late car,
and after talking for a while retired.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, who soon went
to sleep, were aroused by their guest
and the three made their escape
also rescuing the dog, cat and cana-
ry bird, but household effects and
clothing were lost. The fire seemed
to have originated in the attic over
the kitchen pantry and the ceiling
was ready to fall when the occu-
pants were awakened. It is thought
possibly mice had carried matches
to the attic and caused the fire?
The loss is partially covered by
Christian Church Services.
WILL R READY IN A
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We are prepared to Supply Y<
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Guards, Sections, Rivets,
Give Us Your Orders
sO as to be SURE y
S. L. RANDLETT,
Sunday School at'9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 8 p.m.
by Rev. Kirkland.
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday
evening at 8 o’clock.
W. C. T. U.
The Union will meet next Tues-
day at 3 o’clock with the president,
Mrs. G. R. Pain. * It is a business
meeting and every member is urged
to be present. New members so-
Mrs. P. G. Holbert and members
of her family of R. 5, Dallas, were
callers at the Herald office Wednes-
The ladies of 1
will give a linen
day for the
Every member is
nate a piece of
cases, and tray i
Dimensions can 1
Mrs. R. P. Henry, „
The pastor will
and will.preach at
at 8 o’clock.
A clean city iaesse
Mrs. Lucile Young
will give a
Sunday School at 9:45.
Rev. E. H. Wylie, of Carrollton,
will preach at 11a. m. and 8 p. m.
A full attendance of members urged.
Visitors cordially welcomed.
SIX WEEKS COURSE IN
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Usual exercises next Sunday.
Communion administered afCer
Epworth League at 7:15 p. m.
At High School
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1920, newspaper, June 4, 1920; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543106/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.