The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 16, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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LANCASTER, DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921
$1.50 A YEAR.
Do your Christmas shopping quick
Just eight days.
Tom Fitzhugh is driving a truck
for Bert Wood at Hutchins.
Miss Sue Prescott, of Dallas, spent
last week with Miss Ephie Turner.
►Id Santa will find Useful Gifts doubly appreci-
:ed this Yuletide, and our assortments and prices
tost appealing. Gifts here for every member of
thesfamily—w^ can only mention a few:
Merite Jewelry Wash-Silk Underwear
ch Article Guaranteed, from a 25c Handsomely Trimmed — Sale Prices.
; Hn to a $10.00 LaValliere. Camisoles, $1.20 up. Gowns, $6.75
Picture show to-night* School
auditorium, benefit Ceriietdry-* As-
W. E. Hutchins is teaching mathe-
matics in the University of Dallas,
Mrs. G. E. Cowden came in Mon-
day and is with her daughter, Mrs.
R. P. Henry, Jr.
Mrs. H. R. Howell was a guest
Thursday and Friday of Mrs. J. B.
Moore, in Dallas.
Mrs. Langford was in Lancaster
last week to see her father, W. F.
Thompson, who is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Huguley, of
Plano, were at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. E. G. Stuart Wednesday.
Miss Lucile Henry, of Houston, is
visiting Mrs. Phoebe Edwards and
the Misses Murphy this week.
Mrs. L. J. Irby is expected in
from Chicago tomorrow. Mr. Irby
will come down soon after the first
of the year.
The students are coming home
from the various colleges and^uni-
versities and will make the holiday
season lively. *
Mrs. A. B. Broadfoot has as gaests
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, of
Dallas, and an aunt, Mrs. Julia
Kree. of Bowie.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will continue their Christmas bazaar
and Saturday market tomorrow in
the room occupied last week.
Miss Vivian Brunner will come in
from Baylof University this
Girls’ and Misses’ Coats
Choice of Stock at Sale Prices
From $3.95 up.
Neck Chains and Beads
Ruby Red, Italian Pearl, etc.
25c, 35c, 50c and up.
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For Men and Women—handsome gifts
— Sale Price, $4.95 and up.
■ Fancy Box Paper
Ttfe Ideal Inexpensive Gift
25c, 35c, 50c and up.
Misses’ Sets_____Sale price, $7.25 up
Mole Lamb Choker “ ... - 5.50 up
Purra Fox Princess Scarf___42.50
fe: . Hawkeye Baskets
fancy Baskets for Laundry, Sewing,
Magazines, Marketing, Shopping and
Outing—Sale Prices, 49c, 79c, 95c up.
AND WHY NOT? J
Especially when it’s just as easy to sele&
this sort of a sift?
There’s many an answer to the plea for
SOMETHING USEFUL, as an inspec-
tion of our stock of Holiday Goods
Stockinette, Hand-Painted Faces —
“Terry Wise,” “Jolly Jim,” “Dutch
lay,” etc.—priced $1.00 to $2.50.
Baby Dolls at 25c, 40c and 75c.
Silk and Wool Dress Goods
The Gift Worth While-
French Serges — at 95c and 51.29.
Crepe de Chine and Georgette at 98c
The Gift Comfy” for Men and Women
Sale Prices, 51.15, 51.49, 51.65. '
ing to spend the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Brunner.
Mr. and Mrs Thos. DuLaney took
their mother, Mrs. M. A. Hamby, to
Terrell Sunday, where she will spend
the holidays with her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. S. L. Smith, of Wheatland,
is spending some time with her
daughter. Mrs. R. E. Branson, who
has had an operation on her eyes
Joyce Price, who was taken to the
Baptist sanitarium last Saturday
for operation1 for appendicitis, is
reported as doing well. His was
quite a serious case.
While in town shopping Tuesday
; J.C. Pelt extended his subscription
to Nov. 1923, and also advanced
the figures of his daughter, Mrs. R
H. Blevins. Freedom, Okla.
Mrs. J. M. Billingsley visited her
mother. Mrs. John Evans, and sis- i
ter, Mrs. F. P. Stephens, in Dallas
from Friday until Sunday. Mr. Bil-
lingsley joined tier Sunday.
Miss Ruby Manning, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Manning, who
, some ten months ago had an opera-
tion for appendicitis, is again in the
sanitarium, and is reported as doing !
Mrs. J. F. Bryson is visiting in
the home of her son. Dr. C. D. Bry-
son. Mrs. Bryson has visited in
Oklahoma and several points in
Texas and is in good health and
Roy Winniford got in this week
from Oklahoma. He brought through [
j some cattle and was ten days on j
j the way. He reports it very dry in j.
Oklahoma, and that the wheat is in
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Howell enter-
Our Stock is Complete !
Our Prices are Low—
...Our Service is Good
We Are Ready to Serve You!
Melba’s line—also Files, Buffers
Manicure Scissors, etc.
The New Blouses
All styles and colors____$3.95 and up
few Christmas Stock—Just Received
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rilson Bros, and Cheny Bros. Quality
eckwear—at 50c, 75e, $1.00 and up.
Blankets and Comforts
Will Please the Home Folks
Sale Prices, 51.69 and up.
Lunch Cloths, Dresser Scarfs
and Tea Napkins
Sale Prices — 59c,, 79c, 1.19 and up
Made to Serve — all wanted colors
Sale Price 79c, 95c and $1.19.
S. L. RANDLETT, President.
Dress and Work Styles — the Gloves
that fit the hand — new Xmas stock
Miss Margaret Price, of Marlin, The picture show to be given at
was a guest last week of Mrs. Lester the school auditorium to-night is
White. for the benefit of the Cemetery As-
Mrs. E. C. Conner and daughter sociation. The picture show last
Miss Florence are expected in from wee^ VNas enjoyed by the audience,
California tomorrow, and Mrs. E. F. an<^ a *s promised for to*
Jones, of Wichita Falls, will come Get your entertainment at
Monday to spend the holidays with *1<)me anc* help local causes,
their mother, Mrs. R. P. Henry Sr., Mrs. W. E. Murphy received the
and family. announcement of the death of her
Luke Rainey, mechanic for M. A. fr*en(k Mrs. Sue D. Sterling which
Shelton Motor Company, was called occurre^ at Aledo. 111., Nov. 23rd.
to Garland by the death of his fath- Mrs- Sterling was known in Laneas-
er. T. M. Rainey. Mr. and Mrs. ,er as Mrs Sawyer. Mr. Sawyer
Shelton attended Mr. Rainey's fun- died "> 1879. and Mrs. Sawyer later
era! Monday, being close friends of ntarried Mr. Sterling. She has reia-
the deceased. ’ lives in this community, and is re-
Mrs. W. B. Hurst wrote from Dal- m.embered * many of the
, , . , , citizens.
The wanted shades and black — Fac
tory Brands—Sale Prices
95c, $1.39 and $2.15
ipment just in — go at Sale Brices
wanted styles and colors, at $6.25.
At Sale Prices
Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters
Coat and Slip-over Styles —
‘ $2.15, $2.95, $3.45 and up.
For the Family — our large stock of
Standard Shoes are all on sale at
Men’s Suits and Overcoats
The Late A-irivals included in these
Sale Prices — 519.75, 524.75, 528.75.
Standard makes in one and two-pant
Suits — Sale Price, 55.25 and up.
N. W. Dockery caught a large
grey wolf last week on the Durrett
farm on Bear Creek, and this arous-
ed the fighting spirit in a number
of La n caste? sports. There had
been trouble in D. P. Mauldin s
sheep fold, and a trap was set to
catch his wolfship. He was so in-
securely caught in the trap Mr,
Dockery shot him to prevent hie
escape. W. J. Filgo has reported
the appearance of wolves on hit
Friday, Dec. 23!
Last Day to Register
for our Advertising
Premiums and the
the store force and their
companions recently in a very
pleasant manner. Three tables were
used for Eighty-Four,
and cake were served.
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 16, 1921, newspaper, December 16, 1921; Lancaster, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543500/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.