The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 31, 1920 Page: 1 of 6
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The e l ondo Anvil Hera i o.
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HONDO, MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 31
To Break Up a
-- TAKE --
these effective tablet^ have proven their
nrnt to thousands, and for your cold there
is none letter.
Is put up in legant fonn, and, being sugar*
coated is pleasant to take “LAXACOLD”
is a tonic laxative. Trv “Laxacold” today.
*2* Windrow’s Drug Store
tgLtraONE 124 -Everything v«u se* advertised at Drue Store
men’s Orchestra will Furnish
I. YOU ARE INVITED
Careful Women Bake £
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Tu*~»«, aft«r»<'M at Sa’etoct. ah*a
tkr a j Al H Re* Leary
and Mi34 limraik Uarwuud, Jajghtrr
tlr. aa i Mr*. E. G GtrawJ, tu
q«MtW K.i*mau-d ta th* n *■,*- 0f ,*«
brv4"r » P*r*ata. 4128 Bruadwav Ta*
e*r«MiMj) *«• «itinwd by ih* imme-
4iat* retail* • at th* brnj* tad brwj*-
*Tyjmm “4 lb* lauatot* girl fri*ad» •(
U* mki*. Jut MvtKMt* to tb* *a
““*• ** **• ***** party. M is* Aik*
JacbM aanc “I Lov* Yu* Truly." a«
complied by Mum E >i4t>*tb Young
M lb. p*aao Rau.i W L#ary. fcreth
er of lb* bridegroom, was ib* brat
manaMl Mim Wub* Ma« Young was
tb# knkniiiil. Tbs imprvastv* niy
ceremony wss read by R«v Arthur
lb* briit* was gowned in a aavy
blue c >at suit with acceaaorwa to bar-
aa>aiz* and wor* a corsage of Opb*lia
ros*» and tern* Tbs bom* w.t boau-
tifully dcc esiad for th* oce.ston with
terns an t Engiudi i>y, a cuter scheme
of gre*u snd whit* bring carried out!
in boib tb* living and dining rooms.
Ih* wediting can* in tb* center of tb*
dining Uoi* sui rounded by gre*u and
• hue taper*, was on* of the cbivf at-
traetKM s in the dining ro»m and occu-
j pied no I-** a place of honor than the
ubi* in tbe corner of the room tilled
with hand'orn* gift* from the numer-
ous friends of the brut* and bride-
groom. Mins Carol Carter presided
over ihe bride's book. After the e«r-
em»i y a reception wss held and re-
freshment* were -rvl, Misses Kuhy
Leary and Aisle CoigUiier assisting
the bride's m >ther in serving After
a short Wedding trp, Mr. and Mrs.
Leery will b* at home in Uiyun. The
out-of-town guests for the wedding
were Mrs. J. D. Anderson of Marietta,
Ca., Mesdames Tom McClaugterty,
John Horger and J. K. Char.eey of
Hondo, Mrs. O. W Peters of Karnes
City, Miis Ituby Leary of the Uriiv r*
sity of Texas, Mi«* Wil ie Mae Young
of Nursery, and Miss 1‘hoebe Jackson
of Buffalo Bay iu, — .Sunday's San An
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Memorial Tree Planting.
• >n Monday aftern on, January 26th,
members and friends of the Parent-
Teachers Association tnct at the school
I building for the puiixot of planting an
FOR QUALITY! FOR VALUE!
Are You Looking
For Real Clothes Value?
Are you looking for reliable all-wool
fabrics, shrunk by the London cold-
wrater process—tested for color-fastness
end wearing strength? You will find
them in Kirschbaum C lothes.
Arc you looking for good
tailor work—the kind that
puts shajw and staying quak
ities into s. suit— never to
come out up to the lost day
of wear. Are )uu looking for
smart correct style — for a
smooth comfortable fit ? Are
you looking for a real suit of
clothes, honestly and fairly
priced ? You will find all
that in Kirschbaum Clothes
Good clothe*, this Fall art scarce—Pick your smt
now, while our stock of Kirschbaum
Clothes is complete.
E. R. Leinweber Co.
have opened » modern
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HURT & CAMERON
*** ^RToiiio, TEX.
evergrvwn t > •• on the school grounds AUTO REPAIR SHOP At the
as a monument in ni»m ry of *aeh , o:. 0
br... I,., lb........... .1.... *>»«* •»lh0 M c,lr Owsge.
a tonn.-r mudent of this school, who Pioniptncss, courtesy, rea-
l )-l his life in the service of his coun sellable charges to all- Our
try duri.ig the gnat war. mOttO will be to pleiSd. Give
j ed program was rendered as follows: ® trial. Edw. laiDCtOU Will
Song, ‘ America”. have chtrge of the mechanical
Talk, Mr. W. N. Saathoff. Work.
(Juartelle, “Battle Hvmn of the Re-
public”. M.sses Lorine Heath, Hattie
j Stiegler, Evelyn Wilson, Lucile New-
Address, Rev. J. M Alexander.
Violin Solo, Miss Irene Saatfn IT.
The trees were then placed in the
ground by the High School boys as the
name of each boy was called who paid
the Supreme Sacrifice as follows:
Hal Jon,.s, Osborne Cbancey, Ben
Miller, Freddie Lynch, John Mofield,
Jack Wo«»d, Amos Rothe and Rolf
A Pure Wheat Product
__NO CHEMICALS J
PIONEER FLOUR MILLS \
lly Opacity ,5oo Barre,s SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS \
~bf°neB Amer'c,n Le-
», * permanent organizat ion
ZTV 218nd th« follow
">mander. [)r. w_ H gmith
‘CnT n E‘r' s,*r«*-
Qydt o>*?1mitt‘e- Willie Wind-
3 nd Andr*w R|eN
*CT joinfd ‘he Le-
‘ Victor nb,'*nd' Willle Wind-
Card of Thanks.
We wi h through the columns of the
Hondo Anvil Herald to thank our
many friends for the many expressiiAis
of kindness and help shown to us in
our bereavement in the loss of our be-
loved son, Clyde Ward.
Mr. and Mrs Lee Ward
I! you figure on new Insur-
ance, or a change in policy —
see 0. H. MILLER.
LOST—Waterman’s Ideal Foun.tnin
Pen. lost January 9th. Finder pldaie
return to this office. 26.
Corn Shelter for Sale.
A Sandwich No. 5 Coro-
S heller, nearly new, uaed 3
French*, after which the crowd wus months. Price f475 00, belt
K". A'- iocUdsl ca.h, or bankable
—-----------♦--Lote. Ring 946-F-13 for par
Baptist Women Meet-
The W. M. U Society of the Bap-
tist Church met Thurnlny last at the
home of Mrs. Marvin Beal in its regu-
lar monthly missionary social meeting.
A good attendance was present, a
very interesting urogram was rendered, j
with a short business meeting follow- We have the Agency for Ford
ing. The charming hostess, assisted Cars, and carry a Full Line of
hy Miss Fanye Carle and Miss Hettie Ford partg citizen
Kusselman, served chocolate and cake,
which was greatly enjoyed by all.
The ladies will meet at the Church Castroville, Texas,
next Thursday for a Bible lesaon. All ♦—
the ladies of the Church and their
friends are invited to all of these meet-
Card of Thanks.
Having just received a nice contri-
bution from my friends and neighbors,
we wish to express our sincere thanks
for their kindness. Also those who
came to our assistance when our ham,
feed and wood was entirely destroyed
hyfire. We assure each of you who
contributed to our aid .that it was
greatly appreciated by all the family.
W. H. McClaugherty.
j ATTENTION i
* PROPERTY OWNERS ;
N"W tint the weatl <t i •'! y »u h.vl hotter 1 tve J
41 it ,tk\ n»d fix i \Y ii i \u i- '.I'ulcts : ; w
LIQUID ROOF CEMENT
It puts a water-proof, wear-proof, leak-proof coating
on any kind of surface; too percent cheajx'r than
paint, and guaranteed for ten years.
Ask Us About It
j HONDO LUMBER CO. |
The toMoairig marriage licenses have
Auto Col, been issued twice our last report:
authorized Ford Service Station,: Kdward A. Weynand and Miss Ger-
trude Haidech, January 23.
(^taa. W. Schweers and Miss Lydia
Pocket Knives, Holloway Bros. 1 A. Wiemers. January 26.
You can’t afford to be with-
out Insurance, Life and Acci*
dent. 0. H MILLER writes
a good policy. He wrote over
$25,000 in past twenty days.
Notice, Electric Light User*.
There will be no lights Sunday morn-
ing as the plant will be closed down
for boiler repairs. Keep this in mind
and arrange accordingly.
Hondo Light, Power t Ics Co.
First National Bank
J. M. PINGER --- -
ED. db MONTEL - - -
HORACE BRADLEY - ■
CHAS. FINGER......Ass’L Cashier
T'HE INCREASING BUSI-
1 NESS of this BANK is
an indication that the service
it renders is satisfactory. If
not already a patron, may
we not have your account?
We give our customers as
liberal accommodations as is
consistent with sound bank-
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 31, 1920, newspaper, January 31, 1920; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563357/m1/1/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.