The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, June 18, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Store Open Until 9:30 o’clock
EVERY MAN liviug in
who is a Member of tht
or who is not
Sunday School organize)
to become a i
53“ BE WITH US
put him in better trim.
A clean city is essential to health
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Men’s' Work Shoes
COTT- JOHNSON WORK SHOES. A large
of these Good-Feeling, Long-Looting Work
— different styles to fit every foot—in Black,
wn and White. Prices range
From $4.00 to $7.00
_ REGULATION ARMY-LAST SHOES —
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“ $6.00, $7.50 and $8.50
ty-Saving Harvest Special
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reralls are not any cheaper — in fact, the best
are very hard to get — but as a Harvest
il we offer you a TEXAS MADE Blue Overall
r iHEAVY WEIGHT, FULL-CUT, WELL MADE,
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WORK SHIRTS, the Dyrick Shirts, the best,
j UNDERWEAR — Sexton Summer Union Suits —
Mht...........................$1.25 to 92.00
IS — Heavy Work Socks — brown, black and
grey-mixed ..............20c and 28c
ILOVES — Heavy Gauntlet Work Gloves —-
at...........................$1.50 to $3.50
BANDANA HANDKERCHIEFS — Blue and Red,
p large size.......................20c and 25c
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FIELD HATS — assorted sizes and shapes —
| PLAID JUMPERS—good weight, well made, $1.50
PIN-CHECK PANTS — Extra Quality Pin-Check
Pants at........ ...... .......$2.50 and $3.00
[AKI PANTS — Finck’s Khaki Pants —
at..._________________________$3.00 to $4.00
your convenience, the store will re-
in open until 9:30 o’clock Saturday
during the harvest and busy
season. With our big stock of
ork Clothing and Work Shoes, we can
ly your needs for the harvest field.
We wiU Cash Your Checks for You.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roddy are en-
tertaining a new son.
W. B. McCurdy was in Royse City
the first of the week on business.
A little daughter is a new arrival
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard
Mrs. S. W. Wilbor, of Paris, sister
of W. E. Black, visited in his home
Harry Cates and Tom King were
in Lancaster Sunday afternoon.—
Ferris Wheel. /
Laurence Henry is home from
Baylor this week, but will return
for the Summer school.
Marion Randlett atttended com-
mencement exercises and ball of
Rice Institute last week.
Mrs._S. C. Riddle will serve tea
for the Methodist ladies next Tues-
day from 4 to 6 o’clock.
Come and enjoy the luscious
frutis from the “Land of Promise
Friday night, June 25th.
Mrs. W. B. Brown, of Groom, saks
to have her date extended that the
Herald may keep coming.
Miss Cora Walker, of Rockwall,
was a week-end guest of Rev. and
Mrs. S. C. Riddle, last week.
Walter Holbert, who underwent
an operation last week for appendi-
citis, is reported as doing well.
T. J. McCarty and Ben Beesley
are home from A.^8c M. T. J. went
on to his home in Cisco Monday.
Mrs. Ollie Moore, who has had a
three weeks’ siege of malarial fever,
is now able to be up but is very
In attempting to crank her car
Tuesday, Miss Mae Hudson suffered
a broken wrist. The injury is very
Boone Anderson is in this week
on a short vacation. He had as a
guest over Sunday, C. V. Harold, of
Jas. Davis and wife, and George
and Miss Mary Brown, of Electra,
are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Brown, Sr.
Moses saw the Land of Promise
from Mt, Nebo, but you will have
the previlege of seeing it at the As-
sembly Hall next Friday night,
Mrs. W. S. Beesley has returned
from her virit ta Cisco. She waa
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Lottie, who taught in the Cisco
school the past year.
Mrs. A. D. Hardin, of Dallas, and
Miss Laura White went to Waco
Monday to attend Anniversary Ju-
bilee week at Baylor University.
H. E. White went down Tuesday.
Mrs. J. E. Wilson was hostess for
the Friday Afternoon club at their
last meeting. Mrs. Chas. Pierce, of
Ptainview, was an out of town guest
Apricot ice and cake were served at
the conclusion of the games.
Mr. T. A. Conner, of Miles, who
came in last week to see his son, A.
J. Conner, returned to his home
Tuesday. He came because of his
son’s illness, and was mu<5h pleased
to find him recovering so rapidty.
Miss Frances Ellis who was a
student at S. M. U. the past term
returned to her home in Abilene
Sunday. Mrs. Ellis, who came to
visit her mother, Mrs. W. T.
Lavender, accompanied her daugh-
Sidney Tanner, Gene Mitchell and
Miss Agnes Tanner attended the
meeting of the North Texas District
Epworth League at Sherman, from
Friday until Monday. They report
a great meeting. Gene
over Sunday with
Shelburne and sons.
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LANCASTER, DALLAS COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1920.
yes. those Flashlights hhe
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YOU A. LIGHT* h//TH
FLASHLIGHT WHILE * *
IS simply the ABSENCE of LIGHT. As the Light appears Darien
It is bad enough to hide your light under a bushel, but it is worse to
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at all. We believe in LIGHT—and from the good, old, reliable Lantern
up-to-date Pocket Flash-Light—we have some of the finest LIGHT
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ever saw. __ f
S. L. RANDLETT, President.
Wfiat shall be the report you
bring back from the “Land of Pro-
mise” next Friday night
Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Mitchell, celebrated his fifth birth-
day Saturday, with all the usual
ceremony and fun. His little friends
were invited to share the pleasure
with him, and a very happy after-
noon was spent. Ice cream and
cake, the delight of youngsters, were
served, and many gifts were left for
the young host. *
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Humphreys, of
Dallas, are now nicely located in
one of the new cottages in the Love
Lawn Heights. Another family who
had expected to arrive last
las been delayed, as the gentle-
man was sent to Galveston
State troops. We are glad to have
these new citizens, and trust they
will be very much at home with us.
J. A. Hagan and sonLester,enter-
tained a house party of relatives
Sunday. First Mr. Hagan’s broth-
ers, G. A. Hagan, of Anderson, Ala.
whom he had not seen in thirty-five
years, and J. W. Hagan of
ville. came to visit them, and Sun-
day his son-in-law, Myra Roberts,
and daughter, Miss Violet, came
over from Palmer to join the party.
Lester accompanied his uncles to
Greenville, Monday and is spending
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Randlett and
children drove to Fort Worth Satur-
day where Marion and James took
train for Boulder, Colo., where they
will attend the summer school. A
telegram received Monday stated
they were met at Denver by
sister, Mrs. S. R. Fowler. This will
be a great summer for the boys^nd
was especially needed by Marion as
his illness the first of last winter
made him really unfit for school
work, but he toughed it through.
This summer in the mountains will
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.
The Rev. W. J. Johnson, Presid-
ing Elder of Dallas district, is to
preach at both hours next Sunday.
The third quarterly conference is to
be held in the afternoon.
Epworth League at 730 p.
Preaching at 8:15 p. m.
Sunday School at 1
Preaching at 11 a.
by Pastor. "
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£ The interest
last Sunday Was
There were present
Men’s Bible Class.
Last Sunday at 7
a meeting of the
the following ef
Next Sunday B. Y. P
by Mr. Humphreys,
: Baptist Congregation
with another Church
ion — is earnestly it
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Tufts, Minnie Wetmore. The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, June 18, 1920, newspaper, June 18, 1920; Lancaster, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543712/m1/1/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.