The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 27, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 31, 1920 Page: 2 of 6
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Fly St Piercer's
Stny<«f» hmtn. U«l €.18 Harj
Vmwui; Pn;m ImnAkimIt
Fresh Shipment of Candy
C',‘vKt'H Dry Celt* it C R
Htrr W»t ef Crmkm, U«U««m Br>>*
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IU W«r i war,
I'wkif* Kr vrs, HcUenr Bro*
r.okifg Sum, Halivaij Bm.
N we lot of Crakrry. Holloway Br>», j
Mr CvltUt b Srbvvy* and aa, l>i ;
land, irt visit irg rdtlim it Bwrcr I
Rf f i»t< ml Durtjc
I it i» t Hr*
,.r . Van**
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— Fe»ty ten
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t<» Aug. Rl
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irk vatt 1
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a jmt irnnd At th
Mt urm ul t
i Han s
i*t«- iiiditwa to our lunl of mdrrt.
Alvin Lrlitw. ler cowpirtrdhi*court*
at th* Alamo City Hutinrw Calkfr
G*t it atRit.dnw* Drug Sturt, and r*turb*d ht mr Friday night
Mr*. Harm hrnrhi m i butinr
cailar at thtt (Idea Monday.
Mr. Ho*ar» i* hero from Cnaatrtr,
!*»«», malting h.t mvcia, Mr. H. W.
Mime* Una tnd AA ilia Mac Game*
war* San Ar.t* nio visitor# taat wrrk-
Mr. and lira J. E Biackallcr of
Prorrall ware the gueata of Mr and
Mr*. Ltuta Dicker ar.d fanny Mon
Mra. Aug K.mpf went to San An
toliki thr that of the week to be with
lighter, itiii Maty, who iaaick
he "ta at Santa Koaa Infirm*
iticar M ter returned R rdfi**de j
from a trip to San Antonio.
Ammunition and Guna. Holloway
Mr* 0. H Miller I a* r. turned from
a i>tii to lelativea n ?at Antonio.
Mra. Lnui* Mi held la visiting her,
chiUten, Lugrri anu S'..»► Hat*., in Del,
FOR RENT N c. ly f urn .bad r<mm»
fur tight if uaektepiin App y to Mr*,
ti U. ley.or. 27
Mu* Emma Short a peat lart we*k i
etiu hole wall tier parenta. Sir and
Mra D. R, short.
Kt Ai l ti-lka tut ya »ill e«i ntu
al y ut<*. Di u* ctninc* t*»u. Cm
a*ti> Motor Cat Co, 13 ti
Joe Jarkaon, timiher of Miaa Eula
Jaikeoa, is here irom Dallas and la at-
tending tioiido High sellout.
Hay Rite, Holloway Btua.
hei Port Hutu retuinod R edneade >
night Irom a buaineaa trip to Alice, •
Meuber Daeta came la from Auaun I *“U,B Thurada, trying to
Rfeoneedav night and apent the r**t«f **u** • "«*"*> U ,h» NrB
the week wHk hi. lam. y her. he^kni.|.g. hi. cora cop down with
Stop your oil and Gaa leak* by put-
ting in a aei of Double Soal Pteum H. Hartman la in Now York wbera
Ring a. Get them at Citiseaa Motor k# la aelectug an elegant atock of
p* 2H apnng googa for Hondo and yieuuty
critical buyera. When theae gooda nr
riva Mr. Hartman will edit an inter-
L "MawMuat Mate® Mea*y.M Mm*
fl. Ike A new at Service ef Breach
irg tatf It eat rat mw. ” t baa R i.aow
1IL * New < ■ rttt.ity a tbe Mia
I it Ida. ** Mae Kutk badree
IV. “I ar Enlarged Fdncatwwai and
B*a«*0'*at Eatftpnoto.** Mra A ilea
V. "t hauenge to Yoacg Mea and
Viaea" Mr Sid Carter
1 uatratron No. h. Mu* Dorothy Dae
Spwrmi aong, Miaa Ruth Crow
Foam, tag* 3L Mra Gie. R owl la.
C iwlag eaerctaea.
Senior League Program.
Leader-Fr at Sltegier.
Subject —The Reward# ef Ft «• fig i n
Scr p’are M-a.M.g — I Cat. k 18 8;
1 Tun. Eli.
lath-‘ Who m a Riae Man?”. Eliza
Sola Mar Cog era Locke,
t alk—“Are tbe rewards of a r ght •
roaa Hfe wortb more than ran ba ob-
j tamed elaewbere?**—Giacya Roods
Pilgrim Jtmcr League.
I‘« bruanr 1, 3 p. m
Leaner. Joe ) tiler.
Hibi* readir^. F**lm 121, 1-8.
S*mg, “Bring Them In”.
Repeat together John 1, I 8.
Mi ly of the Japan*** in uur Hume
Song. "Jraua L»vea Even Me".
Her it at it n. “Jraua Loves Little
Children”, Marietta Fly
"Tie Church ar.d Mo-aion#’-—ifuea
tnma and anawera bv League.
Close ly rtpeatirg 23rd Psalm.
ijkI Mrs* -Nhca AAA a®b j
tat. Mias Laeaea. and nan, Cbnrba, j
were Aeppang at CaetraeiBa Saturday.
Mra Arm* Wanhwe* mm *>•>(
AftC uU* Wnl .
Mr and Mra. I art Remiekt and HA
Oarar, and Mra Jeaie Smro were at
Castro*ole tbe latter pnrt at «b* 1
lee Greet made a pkreanre tnp to
Sea Aatanm see day Ret wo*4.
Mtaaee Alma Waraberb left far Sen
AH W> tnJlMhKl'tkj -
Arnold Rurabecb mada a buaieeaa
tnp ta San Aateem Muaday.
Otto Haby and daugbtera Miaaea
Martha and Eraa. were at CnatreeUie
see day Last weed.
Emil kauffmarts was at CaatrwviBe
E. J. Schott made a bu*ineaa tnp to
San Aatoew tbe first af tbe week.
Ed. Seekatx was at Lacaate tbe be-
gmeiag ef tbe week
Mra. L Berk was a Cast rev the ma-
nor Rat week. SnAMbCCK.
At the Beptiat Church.
Paatir Albn will pr*ach Sunday at
ll.UO a m and 7:45 p. m. Evening
iul j* ct, “The Sred of the R’omen and
tbe Serpent,” Gen. 3:!&.
Bit le School at V:60; Sunbfami at
4:00; and B. Y. P. U. at 6.3o.
Rm A Riyr.and and mother re-
turned R n n*> u, y from A iait<»a conn
ly whi rr lh»y aitirded the wedding of
Kd»an^R tyoar.d aid Mira Gertrude
0 H MILLER will write
you Insurance with a guaran-
teed prt mium — so much and
Andrew Sprott, alcalde of Sprotayt-
Mr. and Mra. Willte Britach areen
ter taming n fine young son, who ai-
med nl their home Sunday. January
PLOW HARNESS-Wa have It
Horae Collars, Hridtee, Trace Chains,.
Back Banda. Hamea. etc. E. R. Lem-
wreber Cm 22.
Mra Otilie Haralat n and grandchil-
dren, “Buddy" and Charlotte Davia,
returned Wednesday night from a malt'
to relatiyea in San Antonio.
sating portion of the Anvil Herald.
Tractor for Sale.
A Cate 10-18 Tractor for
ifirrsiroT a^r *• «•* •• —3
Truck Unit. See. write or pnone us.
Citizen* Motor Car Co. 23
Cooking Stoves, Hollowsv Bros.
Meatlamea R title Muennink and 1.
A. Martin and children were the gueata
of Mr. and Mra. Mimke Muennink at
0. H MiLLER will take
pleasure iu showing you hit
months Price $900 00, cash
or bankable notes. Ring 946-
F-13 for particulars.
Mr. and Mra. C. R. Gaines spent last
“perfect protection policy". Sunday in SanAntonio but lining aome-
Lon’t miss asking ab.ut it. »hat fsHgwd Ibev dM not stir around
. .. .. . . , . much. They attempted t« make the
Mr. and Mra. D. H. took and Iwhy . thf>|r aliloniobi,^ ,.v
daughter relumed to Bandar, Red- . going fine until they got out of
neaday Mr. /.*ok was empkyed by poHl|ll<! t«iwh0|W connection with
the Medina County Abstract Co. while , |kr|(f when th„lr iu<0> llke . ^
"er*‘ trmy mule, concluded to "lay down1*
GEI MOKE EGtiS -* By fettling j (>n Not havinir the npcpp^iry
Martin’a Egg Prouucer. Double tour ^puiiancea to make repairs there was
money back in egg*, or ; mr in my no alternative but to aband .n the auto
back in cash. Martin'* Kouu am) White
Diarrhoea Remedies CURE. Guaranteed
by R. H. Windrow. 24, UH
Every Saturday,3:30 p.m,
Come and *ee the new picture*.
and resort to nature’s means of reach-!
ing their deatination, some eight miles
away. A prominade of that distance
is fine as a means of working up an
apetite but ia not condusive to ar renit y
of temper. They reached the end of
their jourory in “we ama' hours of
morn” footsore but happy to again
mingle with their kind. Moral: Better j
stick to a Ford, if anything goe*
wrong and repairs have to be made a
1 piece of baling-wire can be picked
| up moit any old place.
Twin beys w«re torn to Mr. and
Mrs. August E. Rejnand, Tt.ur#rf>y,
Jsnua'y 29. 1920. The habit s we-e
christened Peter and Mtnry, after
thcr grrnd-ftth* ta. Eut the happy
(arenas were not long to erjoy their
presence in their home. The Death
Angel came the si me di y and wafted
I he haty ipirit of little Peter lurk to
ILt Giti * ho had givtn it. The little
botly waa inter-ed in the Catholic cem-
tuy. 7 he bereavt d parents have the
sympathy of ail who know them.
81RAYED OR STOLEN-From
Louis Tachirhart’a place in Caatroville,
Saturday night, January 24, one light
bay mare mule, 15 hands high, 3 or 4
years Id, branded F over A on left
hip; also bay mare, 16 handa high,
white spot in forehead. Liberal re-
ward for t eir return or information
leading to their recovarjr. August
Schott, Devine, Texas, R. F. D. 1. tf
Dr, 0. B. Taylor baa been appointed
dental Surgeon by the Federal Govern-
ment, to examine and administer den-
tal treatment to ex-service men who
are drawing compensation. This ser-
vice is a part of the care Uncle Sam ia
exercising over the boys who injured
or lost their health in the service of
Machine hemstitching and p!cot
edge. Covered button* made from
your own material in 'he latest follow-
ing *tylea: Acorn, Bullett, Full ball.
Half ball and Combination. Mr*. H.
B. Houston, Uvalde, Tex.
Horace Ktndieon came home from
West Texas Mihtaiy Academy Tuea-
tiny and ia repotted quite sick at the
home of hia grand parents, Mr. and
Mra X. Wantz.
Mail orders promptly attended to
Phone or write us for any and every
thing usually sold in a Drug store.
R-*H. Windrow, Prescription Drug-
gist, Hondo, Texas.
Fishing tackle at C. K. Game*.
Mr. C. L Mi yet and daught* r, Miss
Otilia, were here from the ranch Fri-
day. While here^ Mr. Mfyer enrolled
in our corps of readers.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Weynand
were in tow n Friday and called around
at our efflee and ordered the Anvil
Herald »♦ nt to their address.
Edgar, the small son of Mr. and
Nrs. A If fed Mechler has been yery
ill this week tut is reported cor.vsles
Mr. and Mrs. C E. Kentey are en
tertaining a new daughter, born, Tues-
day, January k7ih.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Leinweber on Monday,
January 26, 1920.
Mr. and Mrs. Coffee are the parents
of a baby girl, born Januar> 23id.
Cooking Stoves, Holloway Bros.
Hay Wire, Holloway Bros.
A birthday party was given by Miaa
Lu*tls B <ahUr Thursday evening
The evewmg •*» spent in singing and
daw ng. Before the crowd left for
their bo mea some extra good cakes
and candy were served. All the gueata
wish Miaa Lixetta many another such
Miaa Ernestma Schmidt was shop-
ping in our burg Friday morning.
Luebbe Rneh-e and son. Alfred
Charles, are breaking two young bron-
chos this week.
R idie Keitxer waa visiting here
Hem \ J. Ho* hie ard Robert Riff
were in Hondo Fktutday in business
an I pVasure.
John Schweers and daughter. Mi**
Annie, made a buaineaa tnp to Hondo
Otto Lindeburg ia breaking a lty
hands-high Rule for H. G Bo*hie this
Mr. and Mrs E. A. Balzen left for
San Antonio Sunday and returned
Henry Lindeburg and Ernest Boehle
were visiting John Schwrcra and fam-
Alfred Breiten waa begging in the
mu't with hi* F>»rd Sundry. Better
■tay at hi me, Alfred.
Judge M. fchoiobii y was teen here
Henry Pohlen of Hrndo wm here on
0. A. Grell rr.d l.urbbe Po«Me and
son, Alfred, made a tuiintss trip to
Henry Bohlen of H<ind<> was visiting
here Tuesday and Wednt'»d-iy.
J. R. Grell and J. J. Boehle were
Alamo city visitor* Tu»*d>y
Mra. F. W. Huihle and daughter,
Miaa Lixetta, were visiting at Henry
Nietenhoeter and farm y’s at Vunden-
(Juite a number from here attended
the surprise party at Willie Schweers’ I
Tuesday evening Every body report-
ed a good time.
—......- ■ -♦ —— ■■ —
Milk Separators, Holloway Bros.
Ammunition and Guna, Holloway!
Buy your kitchen hardware and
crockery at Heyen’s Variety Store. 24.
WANTED-Y»ur eotton remnants.
See me before •• King. Hollaway Gin,
Mr*. J. W. Hollaway, proprietress.
Capt. ). E. Callaham, late of Wam-
pus Height* but now of San Antonio,
. wa* here this week.
Mr*' Henry Batot and Mr. and Mr*.
Peter Weynand pent the greater part
I of the week with Mr. and Mra. Aug
Milk Separators, Hollowry Bros.
2k NEW EDISON
** Tbn Ptoaar«S« Hi e Sen ’*
It look vearv ef weak sad the crpewdinwe ef three wwTca V,
brtor* fell. Fjiaew tow»pk*ed the Irx Often Ubmato,,
ef Tto New Edwew, "The Phonograph wtek a Soul.”
!?» la! detvrwilBed to deretop ■ phewogra.* wh <k wc» ?•
Calais awx, wet metc.v rcprndiscc M; sad what a mart hr
Three mule* muaicisH and mure lercn who kave Ward i - r. ,
arr,»ts nrg in dirwt cempariaca w-fc the New E.-^on know K j ■ -
r*,tfai phowograph. TWy raa tcB you that there ia no aferer.,
be*wrew the anger’s vote* and in L Ciuoca by the New F . ^
The? km teen the wafer i-iri hewde the im-n*menr i-3 fc
heard him wag They have seen km hya cease, and yet h*»* hui
ho vow* go an without interruption. Had their net net t
the New Ediann was nap»| atone, they would have ,*.ero ue
ran came bam the b*n| nnger
Te Mr. Edison, it was work three miTiaa dalGn m he able ta
give music levees the pleasure of heanag our grert singer* i*d ir t-r-.
mearatots when and when they wonld. eaactly as they would hev
them on the cunccrt pUdnem and operator stage.
A viwt to our store wi3 prove to yon that this advertssereet :e.B»
••the truth, the whale truth and nothing but the truth.”
C. R. GAINES,
Sola; Agunt for Mudlnn County.
Closing Out Sale
We are closing out our entire
stock of Dry Goc ds and Shoes at
10 and 15 per cent below regular*
prices. Come in and be convinced.
Our stock of Groceries is a!so
included in this sale.
J. E. MUENNINK & BRO.
New Fountain, Texas
When You Get Ready to Build o
Come In and talk the matter over with us befor
buying your lumber elsewhere. We are here t
serve you—to be so useful to you that YOU lit
THE HABIT of sending to us for all of yout Build
ing Material, Brick, Iron Roofing, Paints, Etc
Hondo Lumber Company, Iiirorporal
4 - -------
H. E. Haaaa. Attorney si Law. Sur-
veyor • Oflict, Courthc use, Hondo, [)r. 0. B. TAYLOR
Tcxa*. All legal matters carefully
attended to. in all couits of Texas.
Manager Medina Countv Abstract Co.
Road map* of Medina County, cloth
$T>, paper $3 15
tabltnal Constipation Cum
In 14 to 21 Days
-FOS WITH PEPSIN” is » .
ed SyrupTonic-Isaxativo for
if i^i ii^ . T 1 w 1 w 1
riV - ▼ ’’W * V 1
(unstipatkrn. It relieves
,....... should be taken regulerly for 14 to
i f'fr.o 122! ,0 'ndttt'e regu!,ur a<^°n
’’ ”‘Le...... U'..didates v3ry F’leasant to Ta
, KtudnK. »i |
A Matter ol B
We are aware of
cent of the
Will you trade with us if
we make it to your
Our fiuiiness is based ofi a kriowledic of tl-it* fact. Our stock
with a view to doing just that thing-give the irost and best for your tnonc
We believe we are fully pjkaied to ram out this purpose on every tm
ycu buy from us. Anvway— *
\\ e guarantee that the man v ho undersells us will never get
sales he makes.
the fact tha
ninety per cent oi me buying ! ,lt
go to'the store where they at leas
lieve they can get the ipost and
goods for their money. ^ ^ j,
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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/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.