The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 21, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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the place far you to get yonr tot
tn the Aarfit. J *at *«. < W Coi,
^ or Castile aft 3 for 15c. Then 1
Caiitk o' Harrfaratrr Castile at rr th?
♦ te'X W«ai »oap. Graadpo'f Wowdtr -
1^4,, 4-tt, C«ft*cvra. Vwji, Pickr
♦ Ih'inNrctaHt aud many other
te •cfittoa. Bat c«mc ami *e< come
trade asd if ffoods 4o sot prov«
y««r nose' back if you want it.
-4 4-4 + 4 +
-Yoe are a
• *ur Hon wheel
H* Uuvajr Bros.
- Eugene Hhiss—r, the aud-
dier, ia vwunj bmrfoba at
Castrov tile this week.
W. H. Windrow,
)«• DU jr
J H. U___
41 Kam, (fit* .
‘ the long bar 4
' W course we 4
of^diw oft" * -“• M>““j * tW
P j. taw offices to the ruuau over the
• p ur, ar 4 Firm National bank Monday.
2T*t0# numerous + _J> * whoff ^ ^
e want 4* Kddie Krneet, were here Monday
. from Dunlay and paid ua an
4 appre* lated call.
+ —Rev I. T. Horgsr and family
+ and W C. Horger and family
4 returned Wednesday from a
4 lengthy fishing trip up on the
ifl OK, »hv, »t offer
(f in tisi# Dbc m (Mi Jhmpbt Omi t
it is tts eSeee's ta reeee
«•*»! e>tmmtrn esaetiv M to lie»
. to all to (Jfeuae eto
hiK»* sa4 to th>w» eL» to t
kaosr »•!•*• st a awiforw. lair
prtrw. to falitf all fwe*wnt**e H-l
toirfitly mtot alt witato;
tu torn* **mr tij al-
»»* « (Itltf IM
“A Hqsare Itol
V. A. CROW.
At W. H VkJiu«'i tat* Staea.
to Baa An tor
everv thing ebe that one expects to rind in a aril
~ wW ^ • a
44 + + 4 4 + + 4- 4- 4 4 + 4 4+ + + + 4 + + + + 4. + + + J
— Another nic# rain fell here
^ - Loot.—A lady's oval breast Monday night
+ pin. IVture of lady on one _ We want to talk to you about
J side and gentleman on tha other- thmt aagin, Holloway Bros.
.p A reward of »5 On will be paid for
its return to V. H. Blocker.
visited Sea Ask
of racked com
—Subscribe for tha Anvil
Herald--Medina County's oldeaft
aad biggest and beat newspaper.
—Mrs. Dr. J. B. Morgan and
children returned M >nday from
a visit to relativee in Guadalupe
— Mm. Emil Geriirh and little
daughter. Mattie, returned Bun-
day fmm their viait Id relative*
—Don’t lend your paper to
your neighbor. You will do him
a greater favor by inducing him
■When sickness cornea
C. J. BLESS
Everything in General
—Ring up 'phone 27 and girw
ua the news.
—J- B.Ney was here froos
D’lUrdl Tiara y.
I A/* 4 I vr\l f C 1 MNTSOF1M* WEEK
(iLAL INfcW AS THt> lKANsmt ©IN
Lwnu nLin^ ItoNOO AND SICINm » ;
- .damn Ziinmertnann, one of
the Big Btore's clerks, it enjoy-
,rir his annual vacation this
M ft. ftjgiil an u
--Found on the streets, a little btV(>,T«rything needed for the'D Han*
child'a ring. th- owner can have Mp Mf| of the p.tiwit mt
Heyen Drug Co.
— The Sunset inspection car
chaser two butcher knivew
it by applying at this office
— R. W Case offers the pur
k and with his family is visit- crm“-r ,,ww"cn,r *”r P***-! thr- igh here yesterday tain was a
homefulks at Castroville. ^very defective one found at C. morning an 1 inspected the rail- (]4y-
—We strive ^efvego d
for your money, Houo
—Friti BaUen of New F
nne was a b\.
WON FEICt CHEAPER THAU WOOD
■A go*>d wagon and team for
, with or without a driver
road property here. Needless to
-Mr. and Mrs.
[>ur friends and patmns will they found every thing in rrtumed ^ g.,, Antonio
o to shape.
1 market is well au
J. Young was her
> hot wi»*fth«»r. Ki
We Sell Iron Fence
If you have any hauling to do please take notice that we go
toJ.fi. Allen at Bayer's press as early Kridaya as pos- J. 8 and G. W. Monk house
,n 4t, sible and get your items in early of Gonzales were registered at
Aug Kempf Jr returned *° nothing of interest may the Hotel Arastfdng Thursday.
Antonio and crow'^,Hr out of the paper. We understand that they pur-
chased the Klein ranch, cattle,
iay front Ban
. i hutmn went on to New —Henry Kueck informs us
that we were in error about Chas. croP*t f<»r I1-*,IM)0.
1 ieo. He.-uf*
Worth on a
• *ftvt*C4V«tft ftf
Tin Stewart Iron Wirks Company
itsy agate ware, a complete
4 Weber returned 8atur-
day from hie Tiait to Id Faso.
—bedan Breiten was an ap*
pwikted bueinees caller Mon-
—V. K. ThiftJe, the butcher, ia
• late aduiUon to our band of
—Mi*s Lula Birkner returned
ftoQday fnun a visit to relatives
you want an abstract
pnm jitiy see L. J. brocks at the
—1<> ounces ina pound- This is
toured when buying at the
Heyeis Drug Co.
—There are tatter values than
er before in all kinds of guns
a C. K.(lames’.
—furnish the Anvil Heraci
Mb the names of your visaiiig
Mistivee and friends.
"Mias Ruth Gal breath return-
Monday from her visit to
irr, !*s at Castroville. *
■Hay’s Confectionery st
hr Pe«t Office is Headquarters
bt Pir.e fruit, Candy and Cigars.
—Ice 'Team and e dd s-xia
•lirr served at any hour by
"ftbartson 4 Fitts on Harper
Ruad Overseer fid Callaham
* force of nieu cutting weeds
the streets of the e->ulh side
ftift si-rk. -
■Mrs. 0. Gross wss out from
'-we twvlesft tto RUve
■ft.old Nrdal," Wur.-i 4
h*«* rrvt rnswl l-nre Toa ran
!*rw* W«a ttoa a mfeetsMs «gul
Why ih4 nfAit nni alii on*
M, witkaasat, asirartiv Ito nvi.
1 »ST * I II ITIMI
* MSrt«*nr vi •:■« Im >fc»» |
laj» —tlan «■. la aarfatal «w:«
LmW e—r-« will Mar^Hw tea.
CALL AM* aLA IL
C. J. Cazisrcn L Co.
Orleans where he expects to
secure a job as traveling sales- Winkler having purchased the
man. Yancey gin. On the contrary,
— W. A. Hardt was a business Mr. Kueck has bought out his
caller at this office Thursday, partner, Mr. John Muennink,
He report* a good corn crop »nd is now sole proprietor. He
made in his neighborhood and expects to install some lmprove-
ssys every one is busy working meats at once to his plant,
their cotton. —Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greer
— Dr J. H. Fletcher moved in- left Monday for their former
to the Jas. Burgin residence, home at Dadeville, Alabama,
recently vacated by Louis Rothe, where they will again reside.
— Rev. Falkenburg, the Ger-
man Lutheran preacher of Quihi,
will preach at the .Methodist i . a
church at this place at 4 o’clock
p. m. Sunday, July 2btb. On
of the w
are here froi
visit to reli
—The Hondo Gin 4 M il
ar of bulk-c
to Cuero thia week.
Dr. A. Sachs, the
‘ to rp»
that date he wishes to arrange no,4*‘ *n i throat specialist will
fora regular monthly appoint- ^ ^;r,!rd*y, July liSth.
ment for each fourth bunday. —There will be a dance at the
All parties interested are urged skating rink in aurt-
to be at the services.»
— C. G. Leighton, a prominent
house Friday night, July 27th.
— Preserve your teeth by get-
Tbun.Uv.ad H. H. H.yeu will Th. Anvil Her.M regrvt.th.ir •tuck-f.rmer ot the T.rplcy j ting . harmle... effechv.. anti-
town but nei^Hborliood, was iu town Mon- septic Paste, Powder or soap at
ouid be glad to hear move into the Dr. Beckmeyer departure from our
ur correspondents. residence next week. wishes them success in their new
—Charter i»ak Stoves give -The protracted meeting at home. They were accompanied
satisfaction, Holloway Bros. the Baptist church closed Mon* home by Mrs. E. S. Adair and
—pr. -■ »» C.rpvnti-r d.jr night .(Ur conlmuing ovvr w^teh'if
T«k>1i* at Gaines’ t*efore buying.
—Fountain S. »<ia and Ice
Cream Sodas at A.
We have about fifty different
patem* of Pocket Knives, Hollo*
Rotarts cam- in
from Mexioo on a
visit to rda1
live- and filends.
led meat every day
in the wes
•k at Kuberteun A
Fiu*’ on Hi
>trper avenue. Give
them a call,
Plymouth Rook hens
for sale, or v
rill trade for a hog.
» week. Rev. W. P, Pledger a v‘i,n to relatives there.
■ •••r •••turn*-! to • saaaaaaawaaaaaaaaaa
J Hit Iff'i home m Min Angelo Tueaday.
—A roller skating rink is the
latest enterprise for Hondo. The
old courthouse south of the depot
is being fixed up for one and
already the sport is beginning to
interest the young people.
-Frit* Poshler of Pearsall ha* and is daily receiving a large
and Henry Poehler of New supply of Fruits, Nuts, Candiei,
day and enlisted with our band' Heyen Drug Co.
of readers. Mr. Leighton says —Elsewhere we reproduce the-
the Hondo-Tarpley road is in official ballot for the Democratic
need of some changes and repairs primaries to be held in thia
not attended to will county next Saturday. It ia a
result in considerable trade from matter of information to those
Easter is Past
that section, now coming to of our readers who are interest-
liondo, being diverted to other cd in knowing the candidates
points. • for the various offices.
— We wish to state frankly that —In conversation with Mr-
we want more business, and we Win. A. Schmitt the other day
believe there are but two things he informed us that his firm had
necessary to get it.
First - Deserve It.
Second—Ask for It.
We can easily convince you that
Fountain returned \\ ed need ay popcorn and lots of Good Things we deserve your busin
from a prospecting trip to Kinney
County where they have taught
shipped for the season 1905-0G
3255 bales of cotton for which
they paid $189,827 51 or an aver-
age of $52.11 a bale. There-
and were 5113 bales shipped from
and family and
Mr.-. K. D. Johnson
the first of the week
ret u rood
Nueces and report h fine time.
—Fuk Ball : A nice stock of
millinery with store fixtures.
Well established and doing a
apply to Mrs. W A Tkrrkll,
land. They report fine rains in
that section of the county.
Get Catalog—Alamo City
Commercial and Business |
College, Han Antonio. Largest (
and best Business School in
Tobacco, Cigars, Notions, Etc.
At the Postoftice
1 ▼ 1 vv ▼TT,l'f’,T^rrT
we take this method of inking Hondo which if figured at $52.11
for it. Bargains, Bargains too bale amounts to $269,453.77,.
numerous to mention, all the
time. Heyen Drug Co.
over one quarter
of a miiiiooi
, Texas. Fail term opens Wept. 4.
fishing trip out on the / . '
Handsome Catalog free. Address,
Shafer and Downey, Froprietors
—J. F. Wheeler’s Scurvy and
Catarrh Cure will absolutely cure
Fur particular*■ ^urvy. ^livadoh, sore mouth,!
sore throat, chronic sore, wire
cuts and sting. For sale at Hay’s
Our Stock ot General Merchandise is always Complete and our Brices are so
Low that it would
surprise you. We handle the Best ot Everything.
Antonio .Saturday to have j _The Garner Abstract an0!confect1()nerv <’hII and
lonfrk £__ 1 1 ix as1 unnirviu rinrt 1 u TroP 1 iPTiiS
by Dr. A. J. t
Aug. Schuehle, Joe Fohn,
tHarris and J. D. Anderson
w,“fisliing up at Mormon Camp
"Mr. and Mrs. H. Hartmann
Pitied last week from a pro-
*oU.,; visit to friends at
^Thinking of marrying soon?
80 R will be time well spent to
[ine trying an(j tab|e
shears, scissors, etc., at
'Every thing in my stock of
"^y will be sold at cost as I
going out of business,
a ei,rly and get fifst pick as
‘ will not last long.
Mrs. W. a. Terrell.
sampLs bn! 1 if f• • •*, taf'.rc they
|.„,J . «()...» only mMgoa». 1 m.
complete abstract of land titles
of Medina county. De Montei —(^ounty Chairman H. K.
& Fly are their agents, and part-1 Haass, of the Domocratic
iea desiring an abstract should , Executive Committee for Medina
call upon them.
County has distributed the
necessary blanks, ballots, etc.,
| for holding the primary election
on .Saturday, the 23th instant,
to twelye out of the fourteen
voting precincts of the county, j
In the other two precincts no
Democrat could be found to hold
an election. It is up to the
Democrats of the other twelve to
W. F. MILLER, Proprietor
have an election if they want it
All kind# of Blackemitb LDd Wood .a8 »H the preliminary arrange-
work. Cp-to-dste borwdioeiug. ments have been made by the
Agents for the celebrated cincb | County Chairman. Elsewh&re
pipe damp. will be found the official ballot
We are also prepared to weld any which has been provided for the
bind of caetiug. election.
Honao, - - Texas
No matter whether your bills are large or small we appreciate them,
We know we can save you money on your purchases. We
want your trade.
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 49, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 21, 1906, newspaper, July 21, 1906; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563294/m1/5/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.