The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, June 4, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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The following announcements are
made subject to the Democratic Pri*
mary to be held July 24, 1920.
Think how COC(l and CLEAN it is when
ride the InterurbSn. *
Hon. HATTON W. SUMNERS
ice in Lnnca*ter, Texas, as
For District Clerk:
JOHN H. CULLOM
MATT L. COBB,
Denison, Sherman* Dallas, Waco and Corsicana
reached hourly. Direct connection at Dallas for
Fort Worth and Cleburne.
Che cptton choppers are now
inging the hoe.
or Commissioner District No. 3.
S. L. RANDLETT, of Lancaster,
A. L. GRACEY,
The street sprinkler is making
t rounds, laying the dust and cool-
g the atmosphere.
Why not weigh the ice? It is not
right for the consumer to stand
all the loss and the raise in price
In. planning your Fishing Trips, remember where
you can obtain the BEST FISHING TACKLE —
We feature' the best there is in Rods, Reels, Lines,
• ' i
Hooks, Dowagiacs, and the other little things that
go to complete your fishing outfit.
The best feed
Purina Cow Chow,
on the market to produce more and
better milk. Phone W. G. Harris to
send you a sack.
If the ‘Herald orders a shipment
paper and several sheets are im-
srfect in filling orders for our
itrons we do not ask them to stand
i£ shortage. Why should the con-
tmer pay. for the ice which melted
riore it was put into the wagon
r local delivery?
A USEFUL BANK!
A few Sheep; also several fresh
for sale or will trade for dry
6-25 Taylor Filgo.
Progressiveness, Enterprise, Prudence, Liberality —
within conservative bounds, and a proper conception
on the part of our officers of the obligations theM
are under— 1
These are the tilings upon which is founded
the growth of this Bank. ,
We must continue to grow in strength and usefulness
and invite your business in the belief that reciprocal
relations will contribute to mutual advantage, |
The City Meat Market wants your
orders for meat.
We understand^ the Interurban
Company is airing for bids for
sewer work for Lancaster station.
We hope they will not fool the sum-
mer away on this matter. 2 We
believe however the company would
have had this work done long ago
the City Council-put the matter
up to then! *
Barthel’s Bread, Rolls, Cakes and
pastry are home products from a
clean sanitary bakery. Try them
Fresh Fish Friday at R. E. Mar-
WHITE 8c CO
The subscription to the Lancas-
ter Herald is $1.50, in advance.
The Lancaster Municipal Band
will play in the square Thursday
eveningof next week. This will be
a great occasion for Lancaster,"and
every citizen is urged to hear the
concert. These evenings of music
will be given frequently, and will be
pleasant occasions. The boys are
doing hard practicing, and it is
practice that makes perfect Give
them the encouragement of your
presence and go^d word.
Get ready for FLY-TIME now. Be prepared to
keep down the number of flies around your place
before they have a chance to multiply. Get your
“SWATTERS” from our complete stock.
Used Car Bargains
Overland, model 90, price $650.00
Overland, model 75, price $500.00
Willys-Knight, seven passenger,
Buick Touring car, price $800.00
Maxwell Touring, price $150.00.
Will L. Randlett, PhSne 91.
CLINT, CHILTON & EADES f
Offices 200-1-2-3 Hughes Building
* Comer Main and Ervay Sts., Dallas, Texas.
They will do General Practice, but expect to give special attention to
Oil Leases, Land, Will and Estate matters. •£;!
State Democratic Conventions of
the past have been noted mostly
for their odor of stale tobacco and
beer and wines and whiskies. Tues-
day’s ^ffair was a delectable change
for the better, the predominant pre-
fume being lilac and old rose, and
the language more presentable in
decent society than is usually utiliz-
ed in sueh meets. Verily, the
women lend tone to any gathering.
DR. GEO. M. JONES |
03“ At Dr. Pipldn’a Office, Lancaster, EACH MONDAY.
My residence in North Lancaster,
all modern conveniences; known as
the J. G. Moore property. If in the
market for a real home, see this (me
6-4 O. H. Moore, Owner:
ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
WANTED—Reliable man to re-
present us in Lancaster and sur-
rounding country, must furnish con-
veyance. Good contract to proper
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
905 Elm St., Dallas, Texas.
These Cultivators work the soil well, and enable
you to cover a larger area with the least amount
of labor These cultivators are fitted with attach-
ments to suit your different cultivating needs.
C..L. MOREY, D. D. S*
Practice looted to the TREAliahtir
of Pyorrhea, 5
638 Wilson Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
Phone M. 4256.
LEO R. TRE8P. JOHN ALLEN RAWLINS
TRESP & RAWLINS
515-16 N. Texas Bldg. Phone Y 5898
Dallas, - - Texas. *
The Sugar Land Chamber of Com-
merce; W. T. Eldridge, president of
the Sugar Land Railway; and Sugar
Land Industries are sending mem-
bers of the State Press Association
very-cordial invitations to be their
\ guests in a tour of inspection of the
industries, and at a luncheon, Fri-
day June 11th, during the State
Press meeting at Houston. A special
train will take the editorial party,
and will also take them to the
Harlem State Farm; motor cars
will take them to jmperial State
Farm. There is.so much to be seen
. and learned on this trip that the
editors will do well to sharpen pen-
cils and provide extra note books.
It will be a truly wonderful trip.
t^We also have a complete assortment
of Cotton Chopping Hbes—8, 9 and 10
inch; Mower and Binder Extras, Files,
Plow Bolts, Etc.
DR. J* E. WILSON
» . «.
Over H. S. Strain Co.’s Drug Store
Office Phone 6. Rea 207
Lancaster, - - Texas.
Do not allow the
poisons of undigested
food to accumulate in
your bowels, where they
are absorbed into your
system. Indigestion, con-
stipation, headache, bad
blood, and numerous
other troubles are bound
to follow. Keep your
system clean, as thous-
ands of others do, by
taking an occasional dose
of the old, reliable, veg-
etable, family liver mem-
Office over White &
DR. C. C. PARKS
Conner Hdw. Co
Office over Strain’s Drug Store
Office Phone 6, Residence 29
DR. E. A. SIB
In writing up the trip to the
Democratic State Convention i n
Dallas* last week the editor of the
Frankston Citizen says:
One of the enjoyments of our
visit to Dallas was the unexpected
meeting of Mrs. Minnie W. Tufts,
editor of the Lancaster Herald, who
stated she had come to Dallas ex-
pressly for the purpose of talking
over with us plans for the State
Press meeting at Houston next
month. She has been in the game
nineteen years and is one of Texas’
leading newspaper women.
Yes she has. and maby she is,
but even so, she has “nothing on"
Misses Carr a May and Lela McKee,
proprietor-editors of the Frankston
Citizen and who do all the mechani
cal work of the office, and issue a
splendid paper. To us they are a
never ceasing wonder, and source
of admiration, and well tell ’em so
to their faces when we meet them
Office in Brooks Building,
For District Clerk
John H. Cullum who is asking for
the office of District Clerk, states
that he has never before asked
office of the voters, but because of
his continued residence in the coun-
ty, his years of labor in the news-
paper field, and for several years
his work as inspector of weights and
measures in the city of Dallas, he
has learned to know the people of
the district, and feels competent to
fill the office with credit to himself
and satisfaction to the voters. His
name is in the Herald announce-
ment column, and he solicits your
support in the July primary.
Is clean and sanitary. Meats are
fresh and cut with care, and prices
are right. Also have in stock can-
ned goods, syrups,cakes and candies.
Limited supply, but good quality.
L. D. Duke, Propritor.
DR. CHAS. L. HATCHER
Over Douglas’ Shoe Store
141014 Elm St. Dallas, Texes
Telephone M 2047
Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of
Rising Fawn, Ga., writes:
“We have used Thed-
ford's Black-Draught as
a family medicine. My
mother=in-iaw could not
take calomel as it seemed
too strong for her, so she
used Black-Draught as'a
mild laxative and liver
regulator... We use it
in the family and believe
it is the best mediefne for
the liver made.” Try it.
Insist on the genuine—
Thedford’s. 2oc a pack-
Stated Meeting, Tuesday, June 15,
1920, 8:00 p. m. Visitors welcome.
T. A. FOUTS, W.M.
H. M. RIZER. Secretary.
How A Noted Vet. (Jets Rid of
Makes dirt quit. A soap with-
out lye or grit. Will clean hands,
hair or clothing. Indespensable to
autoist: • if applied to hands as cold
cream, grease and dirt can be wiped
off with diy cloth. Let me demon-1
strate it to you. W. F. Fcrester.’
Meets eaeh Thursday Night.
Dr. H. H. Butler says," I use RATH
SNAP around my hospitals
three months, whether I see rats or
npt. It does the work—Af-SNAP
gets them every time. I recommend!
it to everybody having rats." Doo\i
wait until there is a brood oTfcjtyd
act immediately you see the bit
one. Three sizes, 25c, 50c,
Sold and guaranteed bv Lancaster
Hardware Company an<j Palac
J. F. Newton, N. G
i L. B. Howell, Sec
The Old Reliable
6C3 has more imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic op the
market, but noone^wants imitations.
They are dangerous things in the
medicine line. 9-10
Milk delivered every evening, can
fill your order for sweetmilk and
buttermilk. Sweetmilk 10c per pint
and buttermilk 10c per quart
Phone 152-R-3 J. K. P. Baines.
I am still on the job of hauling and
delivering. Prompt and careful serv-
ice given orders. Phone 135-3 rings
(Holloway & Moore’s tailor shop).
Res. phone 136. -J. D. Wa«ley.
Will Buy or Haul your gnin.hay,
cattle, hogs, etc. Call me when
needing service. Phone
J. E. Byrl.s
Buy it at home.
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.