The Lancaster Herald. (Lancaster, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, June 18, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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Think how COOL and CLEAN it is wh<
ride the Interurban.
All orders for heavy or light haul-
ing given prompt attention.
Phone 22. W. J. Akeman.
Purina Cow Chow. The best feed
on the market to produce more and
better milk. Phone W. G. Harris to
send you a sack.
Denison, Sherman, Dallas, Waco and Corsicana A
reached hourly. Direct connection at Dallas for !
Fort Worth and Cleburne.
Depends on You!
We know we cannot GET unless we
We wonder if you know how well we
really try to serve you ?
/ ; / _
Take our TIRES for instance:
We sell you the BEST TIRES we
know of— .
A few Sheep; also several fresh
cows for sale or will trade for dry
cows. 6-25 Taylor Filgo.
The City Meat Market wants your
orders for meat.
Will Buy or Haul your grain, hay,
cattle, hogs, etc. Call me when
needing service. Phone
J. E. Byrl'm
Building Bank Assets !
ALL the Assets of this Bank are Not Confined
to the “Dollars and Cents” Resources—
Fresh Fish Friday at R. E. Mar-
Good-wi|J, Friendship, Reputation and Unlimited
Service—these are the intangible assets that inake
this Bank such a helpful institution to our friends
A USEFUL SERVICE FOR YOU TO USE!
Good. Ear Corn
1500 to 2000 bu.
J. L. Henry.
Then we show you, by
advice and actual assist-
ance, just how to take
care of your tires so they
will yield to you the last
mile built into them. We
GIVE you this valuable
and Expert Service be-
cause we know it GET
us both the most satis-
faction in the end.
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 I* Randlett, Phone 91.
CLINT, CHILTON 8C EADES
Offices 200-1-2-3 Hughes Building
Comer Main and Ervay Sts., Dallas, Texas.
They will do General Practice, but expect to give special attenti
Oil Leases, Land, Will and £^^te matters.
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.
IPs* Have you seen our
remarkable line of
Goodyear Clincher Tires?
30x3, 30x3/4, 31x4.
DR. GEO. M. JONES
IPsTAt Dr. Pipkin’s Office, Lancaster, EACH MONDAY.
The City Council will receive
Sealed bids for depository of city
funds to 8 o’clock p. m., July 2,1920.
E. P. Anderson, Sect.
Me Price and Quality will
ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY.
666 has more imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but noone wants imitations.
They are dangerous things in the
medicine line. 9-10
C. L. MOREY, D. D.
Practice limited to the Trea
638 Wilson Bldg, Dallas,
Phone M. 4256.
JOHN ALLEN RAWLINS
Conner Hdw. Co
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. G. P. PIPKIN
General Practice .
Eye, Ear, Nose and Thro
DR. J. E. WILSON
Over H. S. Strain Co.’s Drug Store
Office Phone 6. Res.*207
The following announcements are
made subject to the Democratic Pri-
mary to be held July 24, 1920,
Glasses fitted. X-Ray Examinati
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 Jj^C. P. Barnes.
Office over White & Company
Lancaster, - - Texas.
Hon. HATTON W. SUMNERS
DR. C. C. PARKS
Mrs. J. A. Cox, of AI-
derson, W. Va., writes:
“My daughter . . . suf-
fered terribly. She could
not turn in bed .. .-the
doctors gave her up, and
we brought her home to
die. She had suffered so
much at. .. time. Hav-
ing beard of Cardui, we
got it for her/*
ses it absolutely
le withdraw from
been a sufferer
Office over Strain’s Drug Store
Office Phone 6, Residence 29
For District Clerk:
JOHN H. CULLOM
MATT L. COBB,
DR. E. A. SIBLEY
ome few years ago nar-
>ed a stroke of apoplexy,
ay morning he had a re-
i trouble, and is now con-
is bed at home, under
s of his physician to keep
quiet In another col-
5 found an announcement
ftracev which states he
I the race in favor of Mr.
fc of Lancaster, former
|er of this district. We
been able to get in touch
tnith. but suppose he has
be candidacy. We truly
Gracey s illness and trust
y orders, and soon be re-
Makes dirt quit. A soap with-
out lye or grit. Will clean hands,
hair or clothing. Indespensable to
autoists: if applied to hands as cold
cream, grease and dirt can be wiped
off with dry cloth. Let me demon-
strate it to you. W. F. Forester.
Office in Brooks Building,
For Commissioner District No. 3.
v . ~ . , ■ I ;
S. L. RANDLETT, of Lancaster,
DR. CHAS. L. HATCH!
• Dental Surgeon
Over Douglas’ Shoe Stose
1410J4 Elm St Dallas, Tt
Telephone M 2047
Stated Meeting, Tuesday, June 15,
1920, 8:00 p. m. Visitors welcome.
T. A. FOUTS.W.M.
H. M. RIZER. Secretary.
A. L Gracey, Commissioner Dis-
tri ct No. 3, Dallas County, candidat
to succeed himself, on account of
serious illness and now being’con-
flned to his home, announces his
withdrawal from the race as a can-
didate for Commissioner Dallas
County District No. 3, in favorjof
C. D. Smith of Lancaster, Texas,
who will make the race instead of
Mr. Gracey asks that all of his
friends unite in their support for
Mr. C. D. Smith.
A. L. Gracey.
Barthel’s Bread! Rolls, Cakes and
pastry are home products from a
clean sanitary bakery. * Try them
The Woman’s Tonic
“In a few days, sue be-
gan to Improve," Mrs.
Cox continues, “and had
no trouble at.. . Cardui
cured her, and we sing
its praises everywhere."
We receive many thou-
sands of similar letters
every year, telling of the
good Cardui has done for
women who suffer from
complaints so common to
their sex. it should do
How A Noted Vet. Gets 1
We are proud of the confidence
doctors, druggists and the public
have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.
Lancaster Lodge, No. 200
Meets each Thursday Night.
J. Newton, N. G.
L. B. Howell, Sec.
Dr. H. H. Butler says,* I use I
SNAP around my hospitals e
three months, whether I see ra
not. It does the work—RAT-SI
gets them every time. I recomn
it to everybody having rats.” I
wait until there is a brood of
act immediately you see the
one. Three sizes, 25fc, 50c, $
R. E. Martin, City Market, Steaks
Chops, Roasts etc.
W. G. Harris carries a full line of
Purina Chick Feed and Chowder.
Have you tried it?
The Old Reliable
Council will receive
for ths position ofsupre-
water works of the city
> up to 8 o’clock, p. m.,
I am still on the job of hauling and
delivering. Promptand careful serv-
ice given orders. Phone 135-3 rings
(Holloway & Moore’s tailor shop).
Res. phone 136. J. D. WaHley.
R. B. Kirk, at the public scales
will take subscriptions and renew-
als for the Herald. This is for spe-
cial convenience of farmers.
666 quickly releaves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.9-10
If it’s meat ask Martin at Citythe
Market Phone 3.
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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. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth543712/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lancaster Genealogical Society.