The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1923 Page: 3 of 8
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Free Flower Seeds
You will be gted to know that Has-
tings', “The South's Seedsman/’ win
give away about 3,000,000 packets of
seed of the South's most popular flow-
ers this spring.
There is nothing in the home that
can compare with rich colored flowers.
They brighten us all up and make any
house attractive. You can’t plant too
many flowers and this opportunity to
get Shirley Poppies, Everlasting Flow-
ers, Zinnias, Cosmos and Mexican Burn-
ing Bush absolutely free. Is certainly to
be weloomed by all readers of this
You can get them! Just write to
Hastings' for the new 1938 Catalog. It
tells you how to get flower seeds free.
It has 100 pages of beautiful photo-
graphic pictures and correct descrip-
tions of garden flower and field seeds,
bulbs and plants, and also is full of
helpful information that is needed
almost dally in every Southern home.
It’s the most valuable seed book ever
published and you will be mighty glad
you’ve got it Just write and ask for
the next Catalog.
H. Q. HA8TINQ8 CO,
was in Dallas Wed-
Collier went to work
Davis was in Dallas
Roy Brady and little son
[ensley, of Ferris, is visiting
r, Mrs. C. L Rawlins.
iet Ross spent a few
week with friends in
Humphrey, of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and little
grand-daughter, of Dallas, were down
to see Mrs. W. P. Witt, Thursday.
Mrs. Roy Percival and little
daughter, of Dallas, were guests
Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
. • •- t i
The school boys and girls gave a
play Friday night in the school
auditorium, for the benefit of the
Miss Vera Lee Woods, of Hutch-
ins, and Irvin JJurkhead, of Wilmer,
were married Thursday at 6 p.m. at
the Methodist parsonage. Mr. and
Mrs. Burkhead now live at Wilmer.
.mpnete left Monday
t the Kimbland Hos-
s. Will Warner and
5, of Dallas, were in
daif:;*; y ■
came home last week.
• - ..v~ v>
Clymer. who is in the
eat a few days with his
:oy add Raymond Hudson.
id Mrs. T. H. Browning
dal for the League mera-
ruary 23rd. Sandwiches
hocolate were served.
All kinds of Chicken Feed, and
buttermilk- starting feed.
/ h vm Grocery Co.
MV THU beautiful Red Star Oil Stove is not expensive. At
# C\ present prices it is easily within the reach of the most
The Red Star uses common kerosene, gasoline or distillate for
fuel. But how different the results. There are no wicks. I he
patented ReS Star Burner gives two rings of clean^hot, blue gas
fire You cook over a fast gas heat. You bake in a piping hot gas
oven. And you get results that no gas stove could improve, with
25% less fuel.
Are you entirely satisfied with your cooking? Come to our store
and see a demonstration. LWe have the latest, improved models
Conner Hardware Co
LANCASTER, - - - TEXAS.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hilton, Jr., and
baby, of Dallas, are guests of Mr.
• „ rp t-» c. . ___, „___ and Mrs. B. C. Hilton, Sr.
Mrs. T.E. Stokes and son, Eugene,
of Wilmer, spent Monday in Dallas. Mr and Mrs. Rex Haskins and
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cain, of Dal- J<V* of «*•>“• «uests Sun-
las, spent the week-end in Wilmer. day of Mr- and MrsT- A' Green-
Mrs. J. R. Price and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Woodward and
Hazel, were shopping in Dallas baby, of Dallas, were week-end
Friday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Esley Pat-
Mr. E. C. Clay, of Claude, is a terson‘
guest of his daughter, Mrs. T. B. Mrs. Olin Patterson entertained
Ashley. the Forty-two Club at her beautiful
Mr. and Mrs. John Loyd had as home on West street. The living
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. L. and d,nn!ng ro?ms wete beaut,f“”y
T , , |, decorated with cut flowers. The
Loyd of Dallas. game wag ^ a( ^ unt„ g
Miss Ruby Hipp spent the week- o’clock. After the evening was
end in Richardson as a guest of Miss spent, delicious refreshments were
Edlia Mae Cole. served to twelve duests The iipyI
Entertained Genevan Class
trict are hereby notified thi
quent taxes must be paid
than March 10th, 1923,
A complete list of all tai
quent after that date will
fished immediately them
some newspaper in the oc
three consecutive weeks, as
by law requiring publishet
preceding the fifing of suit*
close tax liens against the
upon which the taxes are a
The legal penalty and
interest must be paid upon
delinquent since February 1
The legal penalty and aa
terert will be assessed agi
taxes levied for the year 191
are unpaid after March 19
This notice has been at
by the Board of. Trustees
meeting this the 27th day <
ary. A. D. 1923.
Three knights of the restless foot,
Three guardsmen of the range,
Three stars of the Three Star ranch.
Air. Sandy Bovrke, the gentleman with the curly dark brown
hair, die Inroad shoulders and the well-strung frame. "Sandy”
refers to his grit. You’ll do well to remember that and not
Air. Mormon Peters, the gentleman in the chair, now a bit
stout for saddle ease. He’s not too high-stomached to be high-
spirited. And the ladies are strong for him, as you might gather
Boiled Ham. Baked Ham, Bologna
Greene Grocery Co.
President of tha Board
Lancaster Independent £
7%e Adventures of These Modem Musketeers and Their
Mascot, Molly, Will Be Recorded Serially ^
Notice to Delinquent Tax
All delinquent tax payers of the
Lancaster Independent School Dis-
s in our issue of March 16th
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1923, newspaper, March 9, 1923; Lancaster, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543504/m1/3/?q=yaqui: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.