The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 51, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 17, 1926 Page: 1 of 8
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The Hondo Anvil Herald.
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HONDO, MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1926
’M A TIME TO BE VIGILANT.
VOL. 40. No. 51
Kter:-;il v;gilancr is the price of
Quihi defeated Camp Normnyle
in a fast |f«me of baseball played [
Likewise-—of political safety!
1 wo years ago, after three hard-
en the Quihi diamond, July 11 Cammr l, u
Normoyle scored two runs. Quihi battleS at th" b*llotJ'«- the
three. OeAnger for Quihi pitched1 eneniIes of free-government in Texas
a splendid jrame, allowing only tw0|Were routed snd the of law nnd
order restored to the people.
A thrilling story
Begins August 1st
In FLETCHER’S FARMING ‘ hits and striking out twelve men.
Ail of the issues containing it Next Sunday Quihi will play LaCoste.
Sent to you for 25c; order to-day! A fine rain of .'5 ot an inch foil . Ut ra 'yingr in 8cret conclave,
Ever ready Hash light Go to C. hcre Tuesday morning. The rain* . seIf'3tyIed and aelf-prided sub-
^ Qaines. 32-tf. wa* Preceded by the highest tempera-1 Jftcts of the invisible empire are j
Armstrong Linoleum and Rugs at[^e of the season, 102. Following | throwing their united strength to
LEINWEBER'S. there was a 8U<id(m drop | what they regard as the largest body :
Government hobbles or side-lines, .„\* The rain was timely and I of disgruntled recalcitrants in the1
•• ** 1 bC Br‘,ail>' b"‘,flC"J *° of Mr, FerKuson and '
J0c. Hondo Store. 51-5t.
“ CA«- 1
Simmon’s Beds Springs Mat- and visited Mrs. Wiede’s parent, Ithem-
at LEINWEBER 5 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gaines, while en-
I want your Chickens. Turkeys route home to Lockhart from a visit
, turned to her for relief in our hour
The same boast will be made of jextremity.
Wd Eggs. 'We pay more EARL to the coast country. They left for|havin,? encompassed her defeat and ^ ju“S "Ur l>al‘
WATSON’S. 12-tf. home Sunday. J the same obligation to them will be
Bargains in second-hand Buieks, NOTICE—I am now Agent for .^med ^ui.: either Moody or David-
! Chevrolet*, Dodges and Ford Coupes. 1 e ^ew Model Star Windmill. No i son be the nominee.
|C.8.G.m.,*ta>. M 7Z\ To vote f.,r either Moody or David-
son or to iau to vote for Mrs. Fcrgu-
A 20-acre tract, suit-!1'01’ is to draftee the hardw^o
Several from here attended the Me- do.
dina Ranch Short Course near Mac- por ^
djna during the week. ib!e for building sites, located in the | v’ctory of two-years ago and to a-
the first of the week from their lo office. APrly:^n invite the domination of the
week’s visit to Corpua Christi. .
. * * CURLEE CLOTHES give lasting
A seven room house for rent, con- .. , .
A k !U,tlsfnctlon- See the new Spring
** an<j Summer models at LEINWE-
nnient to the school house.
I »t this office or ring phone 127. «. ggKj.
The Alto Frio Baptist enctemp-
ment is drawing such of our people KEA~ Bargains in used
u can get away to attend this week. Fords and other makes of cars, call
, at the Citizens Motor Car Co. 34-tf
Jim Goff and family were here
from Goose Creek for the funeral Carter A Bader have good values
of Mr. Goff’s brother, Grover C. 1® Second Hand Cara—Dealer* in
Goff, Foi4» only 51.
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Thomas were Fruits and candies of all kinds, at
here Sunday from Sfcn Antonio to CARLE’S CONFECTIONERY. 33-tf
[ attend the funeral of the late Grover p. Marion Davis spent Sunday at
home from Fort Sam Houston.
Judge A. M. Lamm united Filipe
Fresh fish every Friday morning
Electric irons, Holloway Bros.
Electric irons, Holloway Bros.
Lawn Mowers, Holloway Bros.
invisible empire in our great state.
No amount of sophistry can cover
up the hard, cold facts of this state-
Men and women, pause before it
is too late; give reason a chance to
grasp the logic of the situation.
Then your better judgment must
arsert itse.f and! you will rcDvivo
that there must be no turning back
at this crucial moment
Mrs. Ferguson must be re-elected
and you must help with your vote.
Do not fail to vote for her July
To fail to v-ite for her now is to
abandon the fruits of our victory
two years ago and to invite
a return of the ills for which wo
Hon. A. J. Durham was in Hondo
Monday in the int"rest of his 'umdid-
acy for re-election to the State
Legislature. Mr. Durham is well
pleased with his prospects over the
Rev. Walter T. Davis was here
Saturday enroute from Pearsall to
; Alto Frio to attend the Baptist en-
Let Fly Drug Co. complete your
Owing to too many other diver 4
s;ons in town last Monday night, the
benefit concert at the auditorium,
under the auspices of the Fire De-
partment, was not very well attend
ed ard the returns were very dis-
appointing. Those who attended
were rewarded by a pleasing enter-
t'Cnmer.t, Misses Ringo and Graham
both being artists in their lines. j
You an buy a.copy >f FARMING j
*t Windrow’s magazine stand j
* FRESH MILK AND CREAM
* R-.*a jona by Priced.
* L. F RUCKER. DAIRY
1 Two De iwerie* Daily. Phone 981
For Prompt And
Genuine Ford Parts
General Auto Service
Big Price Reduction
. Firestone and Goodrich Tires and Tubes
| Compare these prices with prices asked for
1 other makes.
Bellegrasi and Miss Maria Flores in at Earl Watson’s,
carriage at the court house last Filing Tackle—Holloway Bros.
Mrs. Louis Scherrer and Mrs. 1.
E. Isom and baby motored out from;
Sin Antonio Thunday evening for
a several day’s visit with Mrs.
Scherrer’* sister, Mrs. Fletcher Davis. Mi||ttlIllIllIIIIIIIIINHIItllItllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIlliminillltllillliIIIIIIIIIIillill!liilIlimiMIHIHIII!ltin!!iIIIUIIIIlllII!ll!llliliint
S. G. Carter has been attending
a meeting of Overland dealers at
I Haiku this week. Hf is expected;
|home to-day and will have a brand,
l»tw Overl*nd non el on exhibition.;
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Haass, Mr.
Um Mrs. P, C. Jan* and son, Clin- j
Non, Mrs. Albert Bendele and Mrs,1
Eugene Pruitt are camping on Devil’s j
River and report a most enjoyable
The grand jury for th>' t> rm were
[•apanneled aa follows: Gw,Via?**tt,
[Va. Bareli, Pan! Koenig, Ed- J.
H»by, Clemens Ptnfnr, Jack Lncy,
tali Mehr, Joe Monkhbuse, Eng.
■•user, G. R. Heyen, Ckas. Finger
•M Wm. Windrow.
DANCE AT CASTROVILLE
SUNDA*Y NIGHT, JULY 18,1926.
THE SUN DODGERS
Will Finish Tki Jazz From 8:30 P. M. to 12 MidnicJit.
Everybody is Cordially Invited.
Admission: Gents, 75c; Ladies 25c.
Quihi Gun Club
30X3 M> REGULAR CORD CASING
30X3 Vi EXTRA SIZE CORD.....
30X3Vi HEAVY DUTY CORD
32X4 Vi HEAVY DUTY CORD
30X5 HEAVY DUTY CORD
33X5 HEAVY DUTY CORD
29X4.40 REGULAR BALLOON .
29X4.40 EXTRA SIZE BALLOON .....
29X4.75 OVERSIZE BALLOON
Corresponding prices on
I When tires can be sold for less we will sell them.
CARTER & BADER
NEW STAR SIX
Landas Sedan $975.00
I. o. b Lansing.
The Sale You
Always Wait ForJ
Blum's Immense Stocks
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PETE KOCH HALL
Saturday Night, July 17th.
MUSIC BY NOVELTY-5.
SEE IT AT 3:30 P. M.
S. G. CARTER
This latest addition—the Landau Sedan—to the Star Six
line offers one of the greatest dollar for dollar ^values in the
market, and presents an appearance that rivals cats cost* *
ing hundreds of dollars more.
To see this Star means to change your ideas of value-to drive
it means to change your ideas of motor car performance.
40 brake-horse power, body by Hayes-Hunt
MORE POWER and SUPERIOR QUALITY
, Loir-cost Transportation -
IMPROVED STAR FOUR
R»ad*t«r, $540 Coach, $595
Touring, $$40 Sodao. $795
NEW STAR SIX -,**
Touring,, $725 Coach, $380
Coupiter, $745 Coupo, $520
Sport Roadator, $910
Landau Sadaa, $978
Prica.1 f. o. b. Laming
CITIZENS MOTOR CAR CO.
A. E WEYNAND, Owner.
Hondo’s ST AR Dealer.
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0. H. MILLER Sells and Buys Medina County Lands
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 51, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 17, 1926, newspaper, July 17, 1926; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563676/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.