The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 10, 1910 Page: 4 of 9
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b«n»« Egg* for hatching,
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r«U curt your backacht,
your kidneys, cor.
i Irregularities build
orB out tiaauta, and
tbt eictaa uric acid
Iht'a Diaeaac and Dia-
‘ reatora health and
by an oversight ■* failed to mention
Mat »**l that Ur. Joo I'ri y and fami
1) kad nvttd to ("apt. I*. W Hurell’a
ranch, formerly the Wernett* ranch,
eat day laat week. Mrs Eh*a Frey of
East Sid* moved to her tnti’a reaidenre
and Mr. and Mr*, Geo. Frey are domi-
ciled at the old Frey home.
Tinner* F Kilhorn k Son left for
the Devine neighborhood last Monday
where they completed and put up a
large galvanised task for Mr. Fmanuel
I'oemer, alao several hundred feet of
guttering They will put up another
Urge tank for Mr. Louts Keller of
Black Creek nett week.
Meeera. Gua Koenig, Annin Boehm*,
and Iwiior Hahy returned Monday ev-
ening from a basmeas ami pleasure trip
to the interior of Mexico.
A Mexican ahow held forth hore on
Monday and Tuesday night*.
Dr. John T. FitxHimon was a San
Antonio boMnena visitor the tirat of the
week, returning Wednesday.
Rev. Walter Kraltk left Tuenday for
San Antonio to attend a pastoral Con- 1
ference which convened Wednesday.
Meaert Adolph Tundre, Joe L and
Eugene Mangold left Tuesday morning
on a two week* hunt in the far west.
CapL L W. Burell left Wednesday
on a business trip to the Alamo City,
A local Camp of Modern Woodmen
of America was organised here Thurs-
day light, Dee 1, with twenty-three
Charter members, and will be known
aa Castroeille Camp No. 15324. Organ-
tser JL. A. Dermk was assisted by Lhs-
tract Deputy Mead (
IhinaM of '*»o Antoni
officers were elected: Consul. P. C,
Jagge. Adviser, Joe Biediger Jr.;
Banker, Emil llalhardier. Clerk, An-
*i«n F. Haller, Escort, Fred. Jagge;
Past Consul. Robert Rihn, Sentry, A.
K llalhardier, Watchman, Aug Koe-
nig; Board of Manager*. Edmund Hae-
gelin, one year. John J. Droitcourt,
two year*, and Jacob Stein, three
years. Camp Physician, Dr. J. T. Fiti-
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed A. Twhirhart wa» Christened at
St. I,iiuia church Lriday afternoon,
with Mr. Robert T-rhirhart ami Mi**
Melanie Huonser aa sponsor*. He.,
bather Heckman officiated.
Mrs. F. Kilhorn Sr. and daughter*,
Miaaet Ann*e and Lime, left Satur-
day on a visit to Mr. Loui* Uihn and
family near Dunlay.
Messrs. Grooa, ('reason, Aubry, Car-
rington and other* of San Antonio
came out Sunday afternoon and ad-
dressed a large audience at W'ernette’a
Opera House in behalf of the Medina
Valley irrigation project.
Messrs. Haas*, Taylor, Ney and Fly
of Hondo attended the irrigation proj-
ect meeting here Sunday afternoon.
Mra. Jacob Breiten and daughter.
Mtaa I.uette, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Max App of this place Saturday.
C. L. Marty made a business trip
out weat one day laat week.
There will be no services at the Lu-
theran church Sunday after next, Dec.
Caatroville, Dec. 5, 1910.
* *k in or
h ,'i M1 > SOAP ami an applica-
tioa of ZEMO will stop itching ami
e **D*e the tcalp of dandruff and scurf.
We invit* you to try ZEMO and
ZF.MO SOAP and if not entirely vatis-
tied we will refund your money.
Diatrict Attorney’a Combine.
After wiring his resignation a* Dis-
trict Attorney of the Thirty-eighth Ju-
dicial District to Governor Campbell
yesterday morning, C. C. Harris, who
two weeks ago changed hia resilience
from Homki to San Antonio, anm>unced
that he had formed a law partnership
with W. C. Linden and John K. Storms,
of this city.
'‘District Court wilt open at Rock
Springs, Edwards County, Ilecember
12," said Mr. Harris, "and not caring
to disqualify my firm in any litigation
that might come up 1 deemed it proper
for me to reaign from office."
W. C. Leiden ami John K. Storms
before coming to San Antonio to prac-
tice law, were district attorneys.
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Bing Phone 25 1 long 2-short Rings, for
B. C. Wiemers
Tli© Samson Windmill
AGENT AT HONDO.
Call on him anil he will tell you about the Samson.
ALAMO IRON WORKS
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
AUSTIN, Dec 1, - Governor Campbell i
to day received the resignation of C.
C. Harris as District Attorney of the
Thirty-eighth Judicial District, and ap-
pointed to succeed him L. J. Bruck* of
Hondo, who ha* been recently elected
to the position but has not yet qual-
Tile Doctor’s Question.
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“old furniture Store,
^ Antoaio, Texas,
If You Hava Scalp or Hair
Troubla, Take Advantage
of This Offer.
We could not afford to ao atrongly
endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and
continue to aell it aa we do, if it did
not do all we claim it will. Should our
enthusiasm carry u* away, and Rexal|
"93" Hair Tonic not give entire satis-
faction to the users, they would lose
faith in ua and our statements, and
in consequence our business preatige
We assure you that if your hair is
beginning to unnaturally fall out or if
you have any acalp trouble, Kexall
"93" Hair Tonic will promptly eradi-
cate dandruff, stimulate hair growth
and prevent premature baldness.
Our faith in Kexall "93” Hair Tonic
is ao strong that we ask you to try it
on our positive guarantee that your
money will be cheerfully refunded if it
does not do as we claim. Two sixes, 50c.
and 11,00. Sold only at our store—The
Rexall Store. F H. Faikenberg.
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If you tell a woman about* year after
marriage, thBt she might have done
better, she’ll not deny it!
Fur coughs and colds use Bullard’s
Ilorehound Syrup. It acts soothingly
in the irritated lungs and throat. Price
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
W. H. Windrow.
Much Sickneaa Dun to Bowel
A doctor's first question when con-
sulted by s patient is, "Are your bow-
els regulsr?” He knows that 9N per
cent of illness is attended with inac-
tive bowels and torpid liver, and that
this condition must be removed gently
and thoroughly before health can be
Kexall Orderlies are a positive, ple-
asant and safe remedy for constipation
and bowel disorders in general. We
■ re so certain of their great curative
value that we promise to return the
purchaser’s money in every case when
they fail to produce entire satisfaction.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like can-
dy they act quietly, and have a sooth-
ing, strengthening, healing influence
on the en^re intestinal tract. They
do not purge, grille, cause nausea flat-
ulence, excessive looseness, diarrhoea
or other annoying effect. They are es-
pecially good for children, weak per-
sons or old folks. Two sizes, 25c. and
10c. Bold only at our store- The Rex-
all Store. F. H. Faikenberg.
Eads Wi*tor’s Trent!**.
To many, winter is a season of troub-
le. The frost bitten toes and fingers,
chapped hands and lipe, chilblain*, cold
sore*, red sod rough skins, prove this.
Hut such troubles fly before Rucklen's 3
Arnica Salve. A trial convinces, j
Greatest healer of Bums, Boils, Piles, ;
Cuts, Sores, Eczema and Sprains. On- ’
ly 25c at W. H. Windrow’s,
D’HANIS BRICK & TILE !
RED PRESSED BRICK
20,000 daily capacity.
Dealer* in Lima, Cement, Sand and Fire Clay.
Some men are so smart in a business
way, that people do not care to do:
business with them again!
Bank* On Sure Thing New.
‘‘I’ll never be without Dr. King's
New Life Pills again", writes A.
Schingeck. 647 Kim St., Buffalo. N. Y.
"They cured me of chronic constipa-
tion when all others failed." Unequal-
ed for Biliousness, Jaundice, Indiges-
tion, Headache, Chills, Malaria and
Debility. 25c at W. H. Windrow's.
SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS COLLEGE
'The Square Oeal School"
Is the place where MODERN Shorthand and Bookkeeping are taught
in from 8 to 1« weeks. SECURE YOUR SCHOLARSHIP NOW.
Our rates are moderate and reasonable and our courses in Bookkeep-
ing. Banking, Shorthand, Penmanship, Arithmetic, Business Letter-
writing, etc., are THOROUGH and PRACTICAL, and our teachers are
experts in their respective lines. Write for particulars. ^
San Antonio Business College
Franklin & Tallman, Props, 125 W. Commerce St.. San Antonio.
Of course you can say what you
please, but it pays better, to say what
pleases other neople!
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and under- !
mines the strength. A powerful pene-
trating and relieving remedy will be
found in Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
restores strength and suppleness to the
aching limbs. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by W. H. Windrow.
Nearly every man bus a worthless
hobby, that he waste* a lot of time on!
Practice does not always make per-
fect, but it does make some lawyers
and doctors wealthy!
Bad taste in the mouth is removed
with a dose of Herbine. It sweetens
the stomach and purifies the liver and
bowels. Price 50c. Sold by W. H.
The average man would rather pay
ten dollars for a good time, than five
dollars for pew rent!
"1 had been troubled with constipa-
tion for two years and tried all of the
best physicians tn Bristol, Tenn., and
they could do nothing for me,” w rites
Thos. E. Williams, of Middlebrook Ky.
"Two packages of Chambe.y Iain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablets cured me."
For sale by all dealers.
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 10, 1910, newspaper, December 10, 1910; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563288/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.