The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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■ Owner and Pub.
• in Lancaster. Texas, as
mail matter t
: Sunday falls on April 1st.
Joolish and wear, all your
^apparel that day, as it is
a early date for Easter.
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leave the cotton mill en-
of your calculation. A
land liberality on the part
' the, citizens is what it wil^take
BMBmr^Bcgy- %*.■. ■> '3 ■ -
i Tb» plan to bring the belt line
i Lancaster over South Cen-
to the square, directing
the interurban car line,
l one, and is being favorably
of.f ' ; ‘
it made us sorter forget our
at Texas weather when we
the beautiful sunshine Wed-
and read in the afternoon
the heavy sleet and snow
og the Atlantic coast.
■the greatest conveniences
a to the citizens of Lancaster in
is the cement walk being
picture show to the
This walk is around
estate lots on the north-
of the square, and gives
cement walk around
which was needed.
[daces in town
;8 are badly needed,
will probably receive at-
the weather permits,
in shape and the
pike are graded.
Feb. 1 in the funds
report of Charles
amount is in
under the direction of
Jim Miller, which has
The amount expended
in building highways
amounted to $29,814.
er on Jan 1 re-
m the courts and
from taxes paid in. Some
had deficits which
made up with the money
reports were as
No. 1, Commission-
Slaughter, expended $7,-
- on hand $6,999.68;
No. 2, Commissioner Jim
$5,382.61, cash on
L18; District No.3,Com-
C. D. Smith, expended
cash/ on hand $5,660.99;
No. 4, Commissioner George
Older New State
county officials in Dal-
county who are required under
which went into effect Jan.
bonds had filed their
Robert Quillen, clerk of
to |£ve new bonds
Sheriff, the County Judge,
Clerk and the four
Commissioners. Bond for
County Judge is set at $5,000,
of the commissioners ai
and for the County Clerk at
Ipbeboods for the Judge and the
are to prevent thef
county money illegally j
the officials are not allowed
than $150 at once
for bids on the arti-
The County Clerk’s
to turn over all
legally by him to
F - O. B. DETROIT
At the lowest price ever made on a
Ford Coupe this attractive model offers
even greater value than before.
The convenient window regulators, the
improved upholstery, and the many
refinements in chassis construction,
have brought new high standards; of
Professional and business men demand-
ing continuous car service at low cost,
and with comfort and convenience, are
turning to the Ford Coupe in greater,
numbers than ever.
So great is the demand that a shortage
is certain. List your order now—cover
it with a small down payment — the
balance on convenient terms. *
Ford prices have never been so low
Ford quality has never been so high
Full line of Fruits and Vegetables
Greene Grocery Co.
Cash Cotton Seed pedigreed cull-
ed and recleaned; Orange Amber
and Red Top cane seed.
Graham Grocery Co.
Single Comb Rhode Island Reds,
prize winners, $2.00 and $5.00 per
setting of 15 eggs.
H. S; Strain & Son.
That Saves and Saves!
TEXAS ELECTRIC RAILWAY’S Hourly
ger Service between Denison, Sherman,
Corsicana and intermediate points affords
and convenient method of travel.
White Leghorn Eggs 50 cents per
Phone 147 R1-1 Taylor Bilgo.
Direct Connections at
For Ft. Worth, Cleburne
Pure Breed Rhode Island Red
Eggs, first pen $1.00 per setting,
second pen 50 cents.
3-9-tf Clyde Hudson.
If you failed to have laundry
ready Monday or have extra, I will
send it out Thursday and return it
Monday. T. O. Stovall.
The Lamp of Experiei
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Guides WHITE & COMPANY along
of INCREASING GREATN1
The policies, of this institution are ,
of TWENTY-FIVE YEARS of diligei
of the Business of Banking and sej
Big German Millet Seed, $3.00 per
3-9-tf 0. G. Curry.
WHITE & CO
Household goods, consisting of two
bed-room suits, large rug, Cole’s
Hot Blast heater.
Phone 157 Mrs. E. E. Lavender.
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Sanders-Hunter Motor Co.
Do Yon Know ?
Attractive BLUE in color. They *
grow large and mature quickly.
Fancy show animals and have big
litters. Write for literature. Our
General Sales Manager, Mr. Eugene
F. Kehoe, will be at the Adolphus
Hotel, Dallas, Texas, during month
of March. Also write or call on him.
Blue Hog Breeding Co.r
If its meat, try the City Market.
Beef, Pork,. Sausage, Chilli, etc., and
fish and oysters as the market sup-
plies. R. E. Martin, Proprietor.
Can Be Supplied
J. D. Whaley carries a complete
line of Sack Feeds for dairy stock,
horses, hogs and chickens, and sells
as cheap as any one. Try him.
Also prompt transfer and delivery
service. Phone 118.
WANTED—A man in Lancaster
territory to handle our business.
Our policies are very liberal. We
have them to fit anybody. This is
worth your consideration. Adress
Great Western Accident Insurance
Company, 304 Republic National
Bank Building, Dallas, Texas.
W. G. HARRIS
The Herald is a good advertising
I still have a few fruit trees on
hand, can fill your order on short
notice. Good strong roses 50 cents
each. Hedge plants 10 to 20 cents
each. My vegetable plants will soon
be ready for sale.
T. E. Elerson.
Mackerel for Sunday morning
Greene Grooery Co.
The Hail Season
IS NOW HERE!
This is the time to protect your Growing
Crops with Hail Insurance —
We are prepared to write this form of Insurance
with reliable Companies.
Losses Promptly Settled.
Rawlins Insurance Company
G. C. RAWLINS, Mgr.
We will pay 20c and 25c per 100
pounds for yofir old cast iron.
J. G. Winniford,
It B. E. Ijlgo.
I am prepared to grind and put
into good repair, lawn mowers, etc.
Your work solicited.
CHARLES T. CUNT
CLINT & EADES
505-6-7 Wilson Building ....
General Practice in State and'Federal Courts, *
Given to Estate Cases and Land, Will and F
CHAS. F. UMPHRESS,
* Associate in Office.
JUDGE E. B. M
Save time and hatch your baby
chicks the “ Ideal ” way, by taking
space in our mammoth incubatoi
$6 for a tray holding about 20'
eggs. Every Tuesday and Friday.
Also baby chicks frofl* exhibition
egg-laying American S. C. White
Leghorns. 25c each, any amount,
free live delivery.
4-13 Love Ridge Farm,
Peter Brown, Mgr., Lancaster,Texas.
For the past twenty years a District Judge Of
Currie McCutcheon, a former District attorney of
Cavin Muse, a former First Assistant District A
announce the formation of a Law Partnership u
MUSE, McCUTCHEON 8c
For the General Practice of Law.
Suite 607 Mercantile Bank Building, formerly
Bank building, corner Main and Lamar
Dallas, Texas. - * t • j£f
DR. C. C. PARKS
— Office over Strain’s Drug Store —
Office Phone 6, Residence 29
We appreciate your patronage
and will serve you at all times with
choice cuts of meat. E. Martin.
Proprietor City Market, on Pike.
Ferguson Seed Oats, clean of
Johnson grass, 75c per bushell. Also
Wellow Dent and1 Bloody Butcher
Seed Corn. J. A, Mills.
Dark Barred Plymouth Rocks,
high egg production and exhibition
quality combined. $3.00 for 15,
$5.00 for 30. R. A Daniel, Jr.
LEO R. TRESP. JOHN ALLEN RAWLINS
TRESP & RAWLINS
515-16 N. Texas Bldg. Phone Y 5898
* Dallas, - - Texas.
DR. J. E. WILSON
Over H. S. Strain Co.’s Drug Store
Office Phone 6. Res. 207
Lancaster. - - Texas.
Child’s shell-rimed glasses m black
ca^p, between home and school.
Reward for return.
Mrs. Tyler Brownlee.
Friends and Patrons.
A. A-'. & A. M.
Stated Meeting, Tuesday, March 6,
1923, 7:30 p. m. Visitors welcome.
H. R. HOWELL,-W. M.
T. A. Fouts, Secy.
9:24 and 1124 a.
and 10:08 a. m., 1
8:08; 10:08 p. m. and
9:10 and 11:10 a. m„
6:08, 7:10, 10:08,
Cars passing at 11:45 p. m., i
10:08 a. m., 12:08, 208,
8:08 p. m.
Parlor cars pass Lancaste
bound, at 1208 and 8.08 p,
bounat 10:08 a. m., and
Baggage handled on
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I have opened a real estate office
at 408 Slaughter Building for my-
self. In order to serve you quicker
and better, I have added two new
salesmen to my force, F. H. Crow
and R. H. Carlin.
Before you buy, see us.
A. B. CLARK,
408 Slaughter Bldg. Phone Y 4031.
I. O. O. F\
Lancaster Lodge, No. 200
Meets each Thursday Night "
Dan Brown, N. G.
„ A. B. Over, V. G.
J. F. Lott, Secretary.
J. A. Mills, Treasurer.
N. K. & T. n
North B< _
No. 8—7.4)4 a. m. m
No. 6—6:49 a. m.
veston and San Ant
No. 4—657 p. m,
Antonio, and Galvest
No. 3—930 a. m.—
Antonio and Galv
No. 5—838 p. m.
No. 7—1124 p. m.
For first-class Commercial Print-
ing call at The Herald office.
ie Ye Wise, and
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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/m1/4/?q=yaqui: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.