The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 25, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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Hotel Berber Shop Mrf Sisters
The Sanitary Shop...
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B. C. "Wiemers '
[The Samson Windmill
1 AOERT AT HORDO
Ca:: m him and he will tell you about the Sam rob.
ALAMO IRON WORKS
SAN ANTONIO, 1EXA8.
|r ,.^eatl what CanM did for Miss Myria Engier, of
Minn- She uys: “Let me tell you how much
PVUfdui has done me. As a young girl, I always had
f ' “Cr bo much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was
that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a
L.e ^rdul, at the drug store, and as soon as I had
ai u»e urug store, anu as
I a few doses, I began to feel better.
****** feel as well as anyone can.
n(. ' you a woman ? Then you are subject to s Urge
-o'troubU, »nd irregulerities, peculiar to women,
In fitT*e, often lesd to more serious trouble
irtj(fv ,,"lic >* needed to help you over the hard places, to
fit .* Weakne*<» headache, and other unnecessary pains,
cfn* °* We«k mfrves and over-work.
y,)r a ,on‘c, take Cardui, the woman’s tonic.
^ will never regret it, for It will certainly help you.
** your druggist about it He knows. He sells it
**y «r* tto* ti**t
Itowt f«to stotoarh
nam «r am
Seta at W M Wiadhw'
Anvil Sparks. •
Thu Department ia la char** uf our Ajttowuod Ag*nt far fastraTifh.
ED H. HUEHNER. Editor
wha U anthamsd ta roftatt a ad receipt fat money iua thia pa par a ad ta
i item* mtemled far thia para ahaaid ba submitted. Editor
i apt. U W. Bureli and lauii Tahir-
i Kart made an overland business trip ta j
! Hondo Monday,
Miaaa* Mary and Thekie Ha<iar af
I Maada arrived Kara tHa Drat of the
•rak on a suit to relative* and friend*
Messrs. Jaa. Wamatta and Sylva
Hetman of Salt Antonio arara Castro-
villa M»itor» Monday.
Maaara. Uaa. Aschbarher. tha Weiaa
Kaar man. and H. M<w*ia of tha City
Brewery vara Kara tins week.
Tha member* of tha Ca*trovllle braaa
band enjoyed a Una barbaeu« and tha
naeesaary refreshments Monday night.
We acknowledge an invitation to at-
tend, but circumstance* prevented.
Chat. Krenmuelier of Dunlay was a
Caatrovilia buainaaa visitor Monday and
iiK’idantaliy attended tha barbecue.
Maaar*. Henry Von die and A. M.
ChriatiUes left for Hondo Tuesday on
Adolph Holthau* and family of El-
mendorf, after spending a week with
relative* in Bander* county, arrived
here Tueeday on a vint to relative* and
friend*. They will probably return to
their home today They were accom-
panied down here by Mr. and Mr*.
Ales Mangold, who also spent a few
days with relative* and friend*.
A light rain amounting ta U..15 ac-
cording to repoct of observer, Juba W.
Hut*, fell here Wednesday morning,
followed by a brisk norther and than
the cloud* rolled by in * hurry.
Ascension day was observed at both
our eharche* by religious service*.
Mr*. Henry Vonflie and Miss Clara
Christ die* left Friday morning for £aa
Attorneys Fly, Brock* and Noonan
of Hondo were here on legal business
A Meticsa child died Friday night
and was buried Saturday evening ami
another died Sumiay night and will be
buried at the Mexican cemetery today.
We learn that a 'hooting scrape oc-
curred at .me of the M V. I. Co.
camps Sunday right Kesult. one
Wm. Haymer is dead. We failed to
secure definite particulars.
Mr. and Mr*. Otto Reicherser of Se-
guin spent the past week with kinfolks
and friend* in our midat. and Mrs.
Jacob Rrinhart of Upper Seco ia also
here on a visit to her sister, Miss
leiuisa C. ihnken, and other relatives
and fri« nds.
Castrvville. Texas, May »>. 1912.
Extravagance with strength and
time sad symli as quite as fatal as
• Ml BRSiiry.
It’s much better ta *tarr anything
with a little common sense than a
' M of wisdom
Earnthnft was a successful husmeos
man uatil he took ta Spendthrift as an
When they promise "for better nr
for worn" neither one believes there is
going to be nay worse.
The churrh tha* has nothing to show
but a big bunk account luu never been
in the church business
Every young widsw tad sveey *uasa-
ter imagine* that it is up to a httkske
Sick heudto he result* from a Aka-
sedered toadttkto of the stusuach.. and
can he .owed by the war mf I bamtiwe
law** Stomach and Ijver Tablet#
Try d. Fee sale by ail dealer*.
A hr wd mind ia net a mwd abroad.
J. E. M Keen. l.fcil Cleveland St.,
Wichita, Kansas, report* "I suffered
from kidney trouble, had severe pains
sc no#* my buck, and wa* ail played out. j
I began taking Foley Kidney Pills and
soon there wsa a decided improvement.
Finally the pain left entirely and I am |
fully rami of all my kidney trouble."
W H Windrow
There are n few rich people who do
just as well with their riches a* some
poor do with their poverty.
Mrs. Wm. A. Allen, Chacon. New
Mexico, had so severe a cough that it
ne«rly choked her to demth. Mr. Allen
says: "We tried many things without
helping her when bjr good luck I got s I
bottle of Foley 's Honey and Tar Com- I
pound it helped her at once and fin-
ally aired her. It is the best m* item*
we ever used." W. H Windrow.
re dig-Stine Bad Prnath. rutsi-
Hess V«eugo 1 tttitol -SA-fs 1,
MewJache, balk>w ComsivShxt,
a Tfreg, DiMouisva"4 Ps#’Hsg
are ad iy mptoms at a Toroig
to ae ** eslve I.Ives real# is!
Bessel Hew aisle*
pew-rful r-viv r,g !«?:»• I
•a« n in tUe turpi. 1 iv»r hr nes I
i on ii immediate Iv'.fovsissitl
Y m feel better t 1 r?»e |
bosre.'s move fr<-*iy m that tt
. i t t'i| . aavs clogged 1
I us ■ ■ -r n* tin** *n
Ou:.. t. A a t . item has I
he*n tti’is pocfl—i the h.:.•«*, [
half »i- . f- iiTf Jij..r-'ears. the
c«mp>x..>n ct- ... ... breath ‘
to* ' I . eft
it- i . *lne
f —I’0 < -i a 111
tarough t!ie body
Price tor see ftotlle,
*i«-«f aniiM i via. |
Um Stephens Sys taiva to*
tore tru. It Curea.
W. H. WINDROW.
To Our Friends and The Public
The vacation period will soon be at
hand and many of you, perhaps, are
already forming plans for your annual
touting. Will you not permit us to
I assist In planning your vacation trip
We are prepared to furnish detailed
information as to the coat of railroad
and sleeper fares to all principal re-
sorts in the United States, Canada and
Mexico, ami on request, will be glad
lo furnish descriptive matter of any
resorts which it is contemplated to
The I. A G. N.—Iron Mountain line*
form the direct route from San An-
tonio to St. Louis, and operate between
these point*, daily, two solid, fast,
modern trains, one leaving San Antonio
at 1:66 p. m , reaching St. Ia>uia at
B:30 p. m. the following day, and the
other leaving at H p. m. and reaching
St. Ia»uis at 7:27 n. m. the second
morning. There are no changes en
These trains consist of electric light-
ed drawing room sleepers of the latest
design, handsomely equipped dining
cars (meals a la carte), and free re-
clining chair cars At St. Louis direct
connection ia made in Union Station
with fast trains for the Northern and
We have a splendid service also to
ths Northwest or West, concerning
which it will afford us pleasure to
write you on request.
We take this opportunity of calling
attention to the fact that the I. & G.
N. Railway has an unsurpassed service
to Central a.m North Texas (Mints,
namely, New Braunfels, Ssn Mrcos,
Austin, Waco, Fort Worth and Dallas.
Your local agent will be pleased to give
any information desired in thia con-
Thanking you for past favors and
soliciting a continuance of your pat-
ronage, we remain?
Yours very truly,
INTERNATIONA!. A GREAT NORTHERN
x Railway Co.
W E Fitch.
District 1‘assenger Agent
4f*I E. Houston St ,
Aan Antonio, Texas.
♦ • ♦
Jas. C. Dahlmann, serving his third
term a* mayor, Omaha. Neb., again
waa successful in receiving the over-
whelming support of the voters in the
primary election. He also successfully
rid himself of a bad case of kidney
trouble by the aid of Foley Kidney Pills,
and writes: "I have taken Foley Kid-
ney Pill* and they have given me a
great deal of relief, so i cheerfully
recommend them." What Foley Kid-
ney Pills have done for Mayor Dahl-
mann they will d<> for any other person
bothered with backache, rheumatism,
or any other form of kidney or bladder
trouble. Juat try them for quick and
permanent results. W. H. Windrow.
Now doth the anxious graduate
Begin to go to pieces.
He's been a shirk and cut hia work,
But now appears Nemesis!
With frenzied toil, and midnight oil,
He cultivates paresis
By doing erama for exama.
And working up his thesis.
Mrs. Norris Makat Sutsmsnt Regarding
Mrs. Norris makes the following
statement: My husband bought a bot-
tle of Hunt’s Lightning Oil for Rheum-
| atism. He has been bothered for over i
tw» years. It has done him a great !
deal of good and he thinks it will cure
him. Mrs. Moliie Norris, Oolbert, Ok. 1
There ia nothing better for Rheums- |
tiam, Neuralgia and the like.
\ little more intensive preaching
anil we shall have more extensive
W;hen only two are walking together
you cannot always tell,' which one is
out of step.
Upon the Strong Wings
of Quality and Purity over fifty year* ago
“ Thu Old Reliable "
mounted to the top of the world's bottled beers and
never ending fidelity to QuaSHy and Purity haa kept
it at the top—its mild and exquisite flavor also helped
to build its popularity.
Bottled only at the
St. Louis, Mo.
The Beer for the Home,
Hotel, Club and Cafe
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 25, 1912, newspaper, May 25, 1912; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563387/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.