The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 36, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 4, 1925 Page: 4 of 11
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A. E. WEYNAND SELLS STARS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
On Job Printing
Ask us all about it.
The Hondo Aztecs simply romped
on the “La Prensa,” team last Sun-
day, annexing both games with
very one-sided scores. In the morn-
ing game the Aztecs defeated the
visitors by a score of 17 to 1, while
j the afternoon game resulted in a
score of 12 to 3. With the excep-
I t'cn of the battery, the visitors had i
a strong team, but their pitching j
weakness, proved their undoing, as1
the Aztecs are sluggers and they,
sent the ball to all parts of the ^
Better see it.
Windrow sells it
At his magazine stand!
School trustee election today.
Garden hose, Holloway Bios.
See HUTZLER’S Easter Novelties.
Among the prominent visitors toj
the Med n . County Interacholast c |
Meet last week end was Editor Du 1
Bose of the Devine Nows. He is an J
enthusiastic school man, both for his
home town schools and the county, j
and takes great interest in anything
that pertains tc the welfare of educa-
tion. While here Mr. DuBose paid a
brief social cal! at the Anvil Herald
A base tall game between the fire1
TO ONE IN PARADISE.
Dedicated to the Memory
Rose Hall, Born July 31
of “Mother Hall,- a
• l,4,‘ a*
Ask Holloway Bros, about
field. The Aztecs will have as their; paint.
antagonists tomorrow the unde- Golden Dronaedary D. tes
feated Bill Hill Cubs of San An- LER’S.
tonio, and those who attend will wit-1 Try 0ur Polar Brownies.
ness good games. As the Aztecs LER’S
will shortly have to plav return !
I Screen w
games with the teams who have
been playing here, baseball fans had: 0Way ro:"'
better be in their seats early at Just arrived, Polar Broyn.es, at
today’s games, as it is possiblbe the TZLER S. 33-,f.
locals will be away from home soon Men’s Straw and Panama Hat* at
for several games! LEINWEBER’S. 33-tf.
One of the largest crowds ever! All kinds of drinks, at CARLO'S
house laddies ar.d the high school team is
an event of the immediate future.
HUTZ- The date cf the contest had not been
33-tf. definitely decided on up to the time
HUTZ- of K°inS to press.
33-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Chas de Montel and
right Hoi- sons’ Fuin’K Lie, and daughter.
1 shall not weep
That you are gone,
And I miss you sore;
For one so fair and good
Was not made to languish here'
Mrs. Arthur i ue, of Camp Verde at-
tended the funeral of Mr. Chas. de
Montei’s sister, Mrs. Taylor, here i
God made you
A little less than an angel
That mortals like me
Might call you Mother,
And in the benison of your love
For your guidance here!
.Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Watters, Miss
assembled for a funeral in Hondo CONFECTIONERS.
gathered here Thursday for the fun-' Fish and Oysters every Friday : t
It’s really wonderful how much
cheer you can odd to your
breakfast room, bedroom or
■un porch with u suite of
enameled furniture, decorated
with a simple but tasty stencil
design. And you can do this
yourself with a tan or two cf
THE LASTING FINISH
|Tf^frjr Come in and get cur
—— free bool'let, "Home
Beautifying," which contains
many ideas on interior deco-
ration and will help you solve
your finishing problems. Also
ask for Free Color Chart show-
ing you the exact result* you
get with FixalL
eral cf Mrs. H. B. Taylor
be impossible to make personal
mention of all, for every part of
the county was represented and many
were here from other points outside
of the county. The business places
of the twon all closed for the fun-
YOUNC LADY WANTED—WHO
DESIRES TO LEARN SHORTHAND is here v:sitin* her mother- Mrs- e
AND ASSIST IN HOUSEHOLD
Mollie de Montel, Mrs. Lee Schuchart
and Mrs. Wm. Schmitt were here
from San Antonio for the funeral
of Mrs. FI. B. Taylor Thursday.
Another automobile agency has
come to Hondo. This time it is the
Nash, t.nd it is being sohh by West-;
fall & Bcehle. See their announce-'
ment elsewhere in this paper.
Alton and Wilburn Van Fleet, Jo?,
Harvey Wilson and Misses Frances
„ T .. n , T, „ Neuman and Anne Davis attended!
Mr s. Josephine Connor of Dallas . c , , M . , |
the rno County Schorl Meet at.
In the glory
Of your mission done,
Like a full-blown flower
Plucked by the gardener’s loving hand
God takes you
To deck Hi» heavenly bower!
It would SOUTHSIDE CAFE. 33-tf.
A New Line of Voiles, Voiles and
Silk Crepes. C. J. BLESS.
Shelled Pecans Walnuts and Cac-a-
huates at HUTZLER’S. 33-tf.
We sell Armstrong’s Linoleum.
E. R. LEINWEBER CO. 33-tf.
And like the perfume of the rose
That lingers in the vacant air.
Your influence sweet
Still dwells within my walled up heart
And though heaven gains a flower
You are mine still!
Have you teen in to look at
our New Anortment of BOB-
ED HAIR COMBS, ETC.?
New lot of pretty BEADS
and Necklace* jo t received
here. Come and tee them.
WORK WHILE LEARNING.
SCHOLARSHIP, BOARD AND
ROOM FREE IN EXCHANGE.
WRITE QUICK. S. A. COM-
MERCIAL COLLEGE, 609 NOLAN
ST., SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
Messrs. Alvin Leinweber, Orcenitn
Fiy, H. H. Crow, Olin Lacy and Rev.
A. M. Foster constituted an auto-
mobile party of Masons who motored
to San Antonio Monday to witness
the exemplification of the Master’s
degree in full form at the Masonic
' temple in that city.
H. E. Haass, Attorney-at-Law,1
! Surveyor’s Office, Courthouse, Hon-
j do, Texas. All legal matters care-
! fully attended to, in all courts of
11 Texas. Manager Medina County Ab-
i stract Company. Road Maps of Me-
dina County, cloth. S5. paper. $3. 15
Delco Light Plant, globes and
' Rheostat for charging storage Bat-
teries, ideal outfit for garage or
Have you icrn our New
MAGAZINE RACK? All the
latest Magazinec now on Dig-
play. Come and look them
GIVE US YOU MAGAZINE
Come and look at our large
New Plate Gian* and Marb'e,
CIGAR CASE, now full to over-
flowing with good cigar* and
Pipe*. If you iraokr, try come
of the good one* you will find
TELL YOUR CUSTOMERS
HOW SMOOTHLY IT
Mrs. J. L. Wernette, one of our
Bir.v readers, was a pleasant caller
at this office yesterday.
Citizens Motor Car Co. reports
the delivery of a Star touring car
to Mrs. Aug. Lutz. D’Hanis.
RACING AND ROPINC ALL DAY
AT HONDO. TEXAS, MONDAY
APRIL 13th, 1925. 36-2t.
IF IT’S—A HOME IN HONDO
AT A BARGAIN, SEE O. H.
MILLER, HONDO, TEXAS. 35-2!
For bargains in used Ford touring
cars, in perfect condition, see us.
CITIZENS MOTOR CAR CO.
i See our Spring and Summer Styles
in Shoes, for Men, Woman and |
Children. E. R. LEINWEBER1
Buy Goodyear and Fisk tires. You
take no chance as you will be more!
than pleased. A. E. WEYNAND sells j
FOR SALE—Pure bred Jersey
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Reinhirt of
Sabinal were among the numerous
sonow.ng frierds who attended the!
funeral if M-s. Taylor here Thurs-
PLEATING, BUTTONS. BUTTON
holes, any size, Hemstitching and ;
Picoting. .Jennings, local represen-
tative, Mrs. H. B Houston. tf. I
j Corn is still on the toboggan, shell-
ed corn bringing as low as 90 cents
j this week. Cotton basis middling,;
is bringing around 24 cents.
Next Monday night will be the
regular meeting night of the Masonic -
Lodge. All visiting brethren will be
welcome ct the meeting.
Mrs. Robert Reynolds was very i 1
the latter prrt of last week with
pneumonia, but, v/e are glad to re-
port her as convalescent.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.
Mrs. Frank Schweers and Miss I
For one who loved me so,
In mortal’s hindering bonds.
Can not forget me now
Though you are-in the realms of bliss.
And I can but feel
Another guardian angel
Keeps vigil o’er me here
And guides me in the way
That I must travel still!
1 shall not weep
That you are gone!
residence. A bargain, call to see and ,
get price. CITIZENS MOTOR CAR year,lin<? h*>lfcr’ from *he ,bo?t m*lk
1 have a beautiful dining table,
also a China closet FOR SALE.
RAY L. JENNINGS. 35-2t.
IF IT’S—A RANCH IN MEDINA
COUNTY, SEE, O. H. MILLER,,
HONDO, TEXAS. 35-2t
stock in the county.
n-tf. i _
for some one.
Apply at this
lot, well located.
A good investment
To your favorite papers
Ask us about FARMING’S
Crow for Watkins
IF IT’S—MEDINA COUNTY
o xT xt o o * LAND, SEE H- MILLER, EX-
See our Nobby N,« Spring S».t. CLUS|VE DEALER, HONDO,
for men. E. R. LEINWEBER i-£j^s
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Lucille de Montel spent Saturday in ^
San A ntonio.
... r-j • r- . . , ‘ That $25. 00 Milk separator, Hoi-
Mesdam.es Edwin Earnest and John . i ,.
Hay were here from San Antonio, °WaJ
Thursday for the funeral of Mrs. H. Polar Brownie*' Polar Brownies,-
B. Taylor. j HUTZLER’S. 33-tf.
A brisk norther the week-end : f ut flowers for sale, MRS. ROLF
Apply to Pletcher : dispelled any fear of lain in this im- BOHMFALK. 35-3i.
tf’ | mediate section for a few days at Gold Seu! Congoleum Rugs at
mail order houses al-
’iou will miss a ' Phone °r Wfite US f°-r any and eVery
try a Polar Brownie.
A-l Bargains in used cars. We
need the room. Gaines & Son. 26.
A New Line of Voiles, Voiles and
Silk Crepes. C. J. BLESS.
Polar Brownies, HUTZLER’S. tf.
TAKE IT TO JENNINGS.
thing usually sold in a Drug Store.
W, H. Windrow.
Eric Rothe was a business caller
at this office Wednesday and moved
up his dates on FARMING and the
Anvil Herald another notch.
Ever rub a piece of
real silk between your
That’s the way this
Eberhard Faber “Em-
press” pencil feels as it
glides over the paper.
Come in and try a boy J
a a A A A A A A A A A ■
The “EMPRESS" Pencil wa3
put on the market to satisfy the
growing demand for a high
grade pencil at a popular price.
Business executives, school chil-
dren, stenographers, and clerks,
want a pencil that will perform
without making that “scratchy”
noise—sometimes found in pen-
cils of inferior grade. The
lead in the “Empress" is smooth
and without grit. It leaves a
clear, firm, intense mark that
is easy to read. Your custom-
ers will like it.
Your Patronage is Appreciated.
Your Druggist Since 1895.
American Tel. Sl Tel.
TIih tftmlar mmrtoi ly divider d < f Two
Twonij-Five (Vnt* ($2.2S
Dollar* nnd -
will t*- paid on Wwlm-aday, April
IS, 1924, to Htooklioldcr- of r-eord lit
the clone of Imtiue** oil Tup winy, March
Or ac< onnt of tin- Animal MeelitK of
the Stockholder*, the tnuiefer hook* will
he cloned at the clone of bokine,* on
Tuesday, March 17. 1W25, and reopened at
lOjOV A, M., on April 1, 1KB.
H. HI,VIK .SMITH, Treaenrer.
Free Battery Service on any bat-
tery. We charge and repair bat-
teries. We also sell the Prest-O-lite
Battery. A. E. WEYNAND.
Jersey cow with ten-day old pure
bred male calf. Good milker and
gentle. Apply at this office. 32-tf.
FOR SALE—Miller Dwarf Broom
HATCHING EGGS — Purebred
Barred Rocks, good laying strain.
$1 for 15. J. P. L1PPOLD, Hondo,
Before taking your Life Insurance
see the new Policy Esser & Schuehle
are selling at Hondo. Texas. 25tf.
IF IT’S—A FARM IN MEDINA . DO, TEXAS.
COUNTY, SEE O. H. MILLER. Miss Willa
HONDO, TEXAS. 35-21 ! San Antonio,
Tobacco, Cigars and smoker’s sup- home Friday.
Fruits and randies of all kinds, at *
CARLE’S CONFECTIONERY. 33-tf. *
Get your Balloon Tires at C. R. „
Gaines. Goodyear, Michelin and U. i ,
IF IT’S—CHOICE LOTS IN .
HONDO, SEE O H. MILLER, HON- *
Mae Gaines visited in'1
plies at G. R. HEYEN’S CONFEC-
| TIONERY, next to Post Office.
I FOR RENT—Two rooms North of
iCourt House. Apply to MRS.
7-year-old pure bred ADOLPH HAASS.
Mrs. Jacob Reinhart was here visiting the lady’s father,
from Sabina] for the funeral of Mrs. Horning.
P W. Deckert of San Antonio was
in Hondo yesterday and paid this
office an appreciated call.
Mrs. E. B. Earnest and children
were out from San Antonio Monday
Corn Seed, guaranteed pure, $8.00 LANDS, SEE, O. H. MILLER, HON-
per 100-pound lots, f. o. b. Devine. DO, TEXAS. 35-2»
Phone 951, Hondo, ring 3. HENRY | Headquarters for Easter sup-
BENDELE, P. O. Devine. 34-7t. plies, at CARLE’S CONFEC-
........................ TIONERY. 33-tf.
A fine boy was born to Mr. an 1 „
Mrs. Willie Frerichs on Saturday, ,
March 28. .Mother and babe are do- #
Frit? f-uchs and a number of other *
oil men visited here this week, but j •
the purpose of their visit was not •
6 Per Cent Farm Loans
ANY AMOUNT WANTED
From $2,000.00 to $60,000.00 with amortization
See E. A. De MONTEL
At First National Bank. Hondo, Texas
For prompt and courteous service . ‘'b ulged,
and good meals, try the SOUTHSIDE Gaines k Son report the following *
CAFE. 33-tf. deliveries the past week: D. C. Wil-|*
The very best in Box Candies *m,n8’ "on<'°- Chevrolet; Mr. Tschir-^ *
made in th-e South sold at HUTZ- hart’ Biry Chevrolet touring. ^ *
LER’S. 33-tf. Mrs. Ida B.
33-tf. I JYlrs- Ida B. Ferguson and daugh-
Visit our Furniture Department.! Tl’ 1"‘“7 and Lucil,e- of S*5'
T* * n ItMTi t-, wvT-,*, /•. ^ ^ AntOniO S t luiit IVoolr zvn/1 tinea a*■
E. R. LEINWEBER CO. 33-tf !^ntonit) i"'nt la»t week-end here as
FARMING tf™ Rod S«l M.„,/^ **
on subscriptions. Ask for it.
00 Milk separator, Hol-
Mrs. Leo Schweers and son, Leo.
Jr , «♦ Eagle Pass were guuv.s of j
Mrs. Schweers’ Parents, Sheriff and; *
Mrs. Joe Bader, the latter part of I*
: last week. *
A woman who is a com-
munity worker among mu-
try people in a certain Texn
county said recently that oa
one of her visitations to the
country she saw fifteen yminj
women wearing dresses from
a certain large concern that
sends out its catalogues to
the people, nnd two WAariof
dresses made by themselves
from goods bought in the
nearby town. She thinks
that fairly represents the
business that the local mer-
chant is getting as compared
with the mail order house*.
When asked why this condi-
tion exists, she said it is due
to the constant and persistent
acivity of the mail order
houses in sending out their
printed matter snd in quot-
ing attractive prices. The
mails are flooded with such
matter inviting trade sod
trying to convince huver? that
their business is wanted, while
the local merchant too often
sits supinely still and wain
for buyers to look him up.
The local merchant ha? ill
the advantage if only ^
will use it. The local news-
paper is his best ally in fa-
ting trade if only he will n*
it. The catalogue can’t I*
mailed oftener than two or
three times a year. The news-
paper goes into the homes
every week. The merchant
should use it to talk to t
people about his bu«ines*a^
their interest-. It
money, but not so much «
he is now losing to the
order houses. The fact t
cities are building up
growing rich at the expc”
of the country and country
town is due merely to
differences in the activity
your business and y»ur 1
are slipping, don’t blame any
First National Bank
J. M. PINGER......President
ED. DB MONTEL.....Vice-President
BORAGE BRADLEY » - - • Cashier
CHAS. FINGER......Ass't. Cashier
'T*HE INCREASING BUSI-
^ 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-
( artcr & Bader, report the follow-
ing deliveries the past week: O. J.
Bader, Hondo, 2-door Sedan; Frit*
de Grodt, Hondo, coupe; Max Liude-
man. Hondo, touring; G. N. Stroman,
body but yourself.
_WILL H. MAUS-
Qenuine Army floods
Many H.nd- P*»" "tf
Missionary lectures at
week, and were
from Father Ledwig assure
he would hold a se'’"’S
in Hondo later in the
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 36, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 4, 1925, newspaper, April 4, 1925; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563687/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.