The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1930 Page: 4 of 9
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nI and pLrnr 134, residence. 4»'tf
WHEN TOPPING M Al/I OR
P’ I I ing yoi k corn Wilt NOt
PR' itCT YOURSELF WITH A
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At IMI PoPt I AR DRY GOODS
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Enlargements front your
favorite negatives will give you
a new thrill in picture-making.
Especially our kind, with their
clear, sharp detail.
Quick Drying Enamel for use
in-doors and out doors. See and
buy it here.
after several week'* vi*it with her you Ihe • oh
aunt, Mr*. Then, t ameren, ami 'lo w « I tug St' re
family INNA JKTTIfK I I ' "
Our Hoainry department ii the men, $5 and *•> 1 "h •n»l ,IHrr’
moit popular In town, featuring •*t*. LF.INW hBKR v-
PHOENIX. All the new shades are Tell your fr ■ nils I' ml" In d <
Mr Headstones and Monument* buy or • r• * ntHt
vie Wm, Newn.ann, Agent for Nagel Mjlto t Hous’oit is
Bros Fredericksburg. Texan. 36-tf. visiting his pan •-, Mt. and Mrs. I
.lust received, a new shipment of H. Sciiwurs, the weik.
KKF.SO DIP. Y’our order will be ap- Eor Hemstitching see Mr* R. W
predated. Fly Drug Co. 50tf Speece at residence opposite north
Mrs. Eddie Miester and mother, vest corner of courthouse. tf.
Mrs. Ward, are visiting Mrs. Miester's Mr. and Mr^ Ed Armstrong and
sister in McAllen. son, Edward, and M Frances King
fOME REGULAR $1 95 DRESSES er went to K" h St rings Wednesday
AT $139 AT THE POPULAR DRY lo st, m yed or len -2 Here
GOODS STORE. 50tf ford yearling heifers. Iranded R 4.
Dolly Madison Dusting Powder; Finder please notify L. BOEHLE.
large cans for only 3S*c at Fly Drug Dunlay, for ;il« rai reward.
Co. 50tf Have you loved ones buried whose
I btc! ii you wi u!<1 1 ke to have moved
I to some other buiu.l place? If so see
j fe e. Am »quipped to do the work,
j have had experience and charge only
a reasonable fee. ADOLPH AHR,
Castroville, Texas. 50tf
1 Milton Batot and Joe Croucher, of
the Valuation Department of the
Santa Fe R. R-, were here last week
end from Galveston. They attended
the Fourth of July celebration at
Eagle Pass and then stopped for a
visit with relatives and friends here
before returning home.
I I \r«itr at D’Ma i*.
t,"Ui*v and Lena Dm her
R J. Decker cntefiained
with a dinner at thetr lovely rntinUt
h me Sunday, having as their gu'«t»
following San Antonio ft < ml
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F • unlal
Dt ug Co,
r« mg v,
t«r, \ '*
fn, tuition t, 1
VtrU f .*
Fsvors tak ... • .. 7
partm.nt into t J
dering aid t, , re.| l)ir,
W ill make you a t -d K*^
To co operate with those mtsr,J
and get more mile*
for your money.
Gulf Service ::
FELIX RICHTER, Manager < •
South Front St. and Lazy Ave.
CENOL, VERM INOX, FLY
TOX and all kinds of fly and
insect destroyers here. Get a
can or bottle today. AH sizes
and prices. Sptay the room and
6 ounces for 52c, 1 Pint for
The Hegemann Studio
Photographs of Destinetive Quality
Crockett 7539 Plenty of Parking Space
115 Cedar St. at South Alamo
San Antonio, Texas
15c, 25c and 60c cans. Also a
special spray pump for insect
powder, 30c each.
39c • Special - 39c
$1.00 Value for 39c
with 1 Jar Long’s Bleach
Cream a 50c bottle Almond
The New Gillette Razor and a
50c Tube of Shaving Cream 'I
both for 49c at this Store.
KILLS RATS ANI) MICE
It’s a Virus, not Poison.
50c the can Get it here.
When you start shopping put
our name on your list. Think
of our store first, our store as
COPELAND REFRIGERATORS i
Safe - Efficient — Easy to Service
A. C. THALLMAN
! Hondo School of Music
DANCING and DRAMATIC ART
A Hondo Institution to Develop
Practical Experience given all Pupils
SPECIAL SUMMER RATES
for *als. Itadv »r
rase. S»'v m* al our*. |„ (\ Jsiim,
Th« Nrw Gillette Ralor and a
large tube <>f shaving er«am, lh# two
for 4lh> al Fly Drug « >h hO’f
Mr and Mr« I «nn* S. herrwr of
Mr* Mary Rovlhwoa, Mis* Clara *»n Ant." in w.rc gurU of Dr. and
Hmlhwov, Mrs. H F. Dittmar ar.d Mr* <* H Taylor »n tie F-uirth of
Mr*. Ida HsfWlni, July.
Mr. and Mr*. August Schmidt of Mr Alberto Nag, I of F*r,laricka*
Del Rm spent the wtek-end here with hurg was here over la«t w,-k end on
their *, n and daughter. Mr. and Mr hualnaas for the Nag. 1 Mounment
Henry Batot. Mr. Schmidt returned Work*.
home Sunday, while Mr*. Schmidt re Dr and Mr*. (). It Taylor and
mained over for u longer visit. Mra. little son. Dlanto, wen guest* at the
batot is the former Miss Adeline D. W. Short Ranch near Bandera
H. E. Ilaais, Attorney at-Lnw. Jacob Ilreiten and *on, Robert,
Surveyor's Office, Courtiuuse, Hon- were over from Dunlay Wednes in agriculture an. .
do, Texas. All legal matter* care- day and paid our office an apprecl- tendance to th, tvi. t •. ;ir,. t[1
fully attended to, in all courts of ated call. Ear ner's Short (Vur-t, July (
Texas. Manager Medina County Ah- President John M. Finger of the August 2, A. A. M C,.i!egt Q|^
i si,act Company. Road Maps of Me- Kjr„t National Bank and Merchant Southern I’m. ifi, Lines «f
iina County, cloth. $5; paper, $3. tf Kari Boon were Dallas visitor* during P*“ •* K**e unusually lov nm
Friends of C. \V. Gilliam are glad the week. I <r'l’ ^*tm' «" ■ rd ng to annountt
to see him regaining hi* strength and Mi„ Nadine Dawson returned to by„ J 1 IW»R
able to he on the job again. Mr. ^ y,(inie jn Houston Saturday, after r^' 'l ‘ anB>r"
Gilliam has been more or less indis- gevergl weeks her<> ag the KUeRt of 1 Ket^ar, .m sal, for July 25,K
posed for some time and but recently \jarfrart,t Dillon 8 ,1 ^"r HrTlvmR lYild
returned from a several weeks stay „ , . ... Maiior. . J.y L’s; return limit tonal
at the Mar in mineral wells. Mr' "n< ■I”' R°J’ H"‘ ° ' Point ol -rigin prior to midnj
ren returned to Del Rio Thursday Au„ust 5 ^
Let us do your hair trimming. aft„ a seVeral days stay with Judge | T() ,d t th , ,
I tinting, si ampooing, wave setting. . « u p Haa-s . _ . k , 1 "1
,0 , 1 ■ an<1 ‘wrs’ “• ,,HH *’ 1 the trip, Southern Pacific will ghJ
1 mf.rcelling, etc. Permanent hair wav- ... ^
ling and r.waving by NnU, mathod *"d. 'lrs' H*rd ‘nd '*'* * ■ld'' r""ml “f '”■*[
H, not injurious to th, b.ir. May b,l'h,d”n S,n A" w T , Z"
. . eral day* here as the guests of Mr. Gatveston. Ticket-good August 2■
I dressed ir any desired style. Ladies | . „ D , ^ „• ,. . 1 . , ]
Beautv Sioo ,e 41 tf an< ^r*- | for trains arriving Gslveston Augi
1 * ... ... , , • Misses Elizabeth W’ilson, Regina 3; return limit August 5, Mr. Munn
| Misses Velma King and Jamce ^ Ejta UinWfber further said.
0 ov.ay, 1 r. an J rs. . 0 " and j‘aulinc Murray motored to San ---::-----
son and sister of ban Antonio and , , REVIVAL MEETING
..... . ., , , Antonio Sunday to take m a show. 1 ntvivsL iwtLimu
Homer Wilson, Jerome roster ana. _ 1 _
Mr. Modessette formed arouse party | "e F0'c' fse%<‘ra' r:il The Y’ancey Methodist Church *
at the King Ranch near Bandera last] •s,ema eapsu^8 'his week. Don t wait. annual revival meetir
let us supply you next. Your order SunJay Ju]y 2(1> 8nd „teBd,, „
will he appreciated. Fly Drug Co. dig) inviutu,n lo a„ to ,tt*ndth«a
When in need of tire repairing call vjceg. ^ev. Hubert M. Smith. pwK
on us for guaranteed work. Prices 0f the f'irgt Methodist Church 1
right. Citizens Motor Car Co. and Uvalde, will assist the psstor wd*1
Weynand Service Station. 14-tf preilch each evening durirg the m
It was business cc nncrted with the a, 8;3o o'clock. Rev. Smith wi.I gn
I Tax Collector’s office that tock Col- gpec.jB) fjjble lectures on the bool
lector F. G. Muenn.nk to Austin last ,,f Arn()S un(j Hm-ea each morniR
j week and not to attend a convention siries of special lectures are ii
as eroniously stated in our last week’s tert,gt)ng and rich. First lecture
! paper. \ <'By afternoon, July 20, 3:30 P 1
1 Miss Ruby Neuman and little thereafter 10 A M. daily.
For Sale, New crop sorghum mo-i^ MurW and lvv Jean McC«ll--::---*■ ,
lasses. Ring JOHN H. W1EMERS, rfturned hom# Fri(Jay from Kofk The editor was favored Miri
Phone 960 Rl-4. 2tpd Spring(. wher<f they had been vilitingr with a brief visit from J. H. Burkd
BOARD and ROOM at reasonable Mr and Mrg 0gfar jvterji an(j family » former co-laborer in the Mate
price. Apply to Mrs. F. H. Schweers,1 for geVeral week* partment of Agriculture, who*
Pk°”' 92J' 4e-tf! Mr. .nd Mr.. Tb.odor, B.rnr, .nd k” *"d
Fo,s.le.on,nic,5.y«r.»ldhor.,.'two d.»ght,K, Evrlyn »nd M.r, i" f":!1!.?',
Also one stock saddle, R. C. BLESS. Lois, and Miss Thelma Wilson re-
Men’s Packard Shoes, Dependable
since 1878. LEINWEBERS’S. ! Christi, where they had taken a
For Rent. Appartment, two or [ cottage for
three rooms. Ad. Haass. 50-2t the sea.
Subscribe for this paper.
| Ed. and Kathryn Armstrong J
For easy starting, quick accelera-
tion and speed buy Humble “Flash-
like” gasoline. Citizens Motor Car
Co. and Weynand Service Station, tf
O. H. MILLER-
ALL FORM OF INSURANCE.
(2 Door* East of Post Office)
I HAVE A STOCK OF GOOD
WORK SHOES PRICED REASON-
ABLY. H. S. BULGERIN.
• ,/ s
Where you will find everything
advertised for sale in a
good Drug Store.
Telephone 1 24
Stomach and Intestinal Worms
in SHEEP and GOATS
FOR SALE AT $3.00 PER 100 POUNDS
P. R. RICHTER’S
UUV DUIKYUi T» aao ......— e
Mr. Burkett is a noted horticultia
LsOis, ana iniss mniim w.ubuii *c- , p tn v
. . •*. « , , for whom the Burkett recsn
turned Wednesday from Corpus o. stim
, . , * , . . . named and has done much to
—'----> they had taken a . , ... pt
. , .. . late the improvement ol pecsn
week s vacation near . u rrnmi«4i
duction in our state. He pronuw'
time permitting, some intffw
Mr. and Mr*. Bob Robertson re- artjcleg fcr tbe columns of FA!
turned to their home at Lampasas ouj. farrn.home monthly P'
Sunday after a several days visit jjcatjon
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^ Carter this week joined
Jack Fusselman. Mrs. Robertson will | ’ forceaof the McElroy Mot«^
be remembered a* the former Mis* ^ ^ bwn interested in
Caro Fusselman. For(J for geverai years and
Dr. Adolph J. Lutz, who recent- ^r()jn .,A-> t0 "T” and back *
I ly returned from St. Louis, where he #nd wjjj no doubt prove » vsl
| is attending Medical College, was a ad(fltjon to the company’* forCf
j pleasant caller at this office Tues- parke Davis C-A Worm c»P!ul
; day- After enjoying his summer vaca- treatment combination cap*
1 ---* u---- L-------*- *- *n * „d fcxpulsio®
TAPE WORMS “J
WORMS in chickens and
Fly Drug Co.
tion at home, he expects to return to ^ d„truction and *»Pal
1 school in the early autumn.
WRECKS! WE FIX ’EM
No car body is wrecked too
had for us to rebuild like new.
Fenders straightened, dents re-
moved, frame straightened,
acetylene welding, service and
and accessories for all makes
The low cost will surprise you.
With much of the new-car
We are worthy of your AUTO-
CITIZENS MOTOR CUR CO.
WEYNAND SERVICE STATION
Phone* 181 and 11
DON’T THROW ’EM AWAY
WHEN A LITTLE WORN
Rebuilt at our shop and there
s lots of comfortable and
satisfactory wea. in them.
Arthur W. Ney
REMAKING AUTO TOPS A
Mr. and Mrs.
turned Monday night from »
visit to relatives at Alpine-
port a most enjoyable time.
Loui*e Rice, world
can positivelyrfat'*ing!, word**
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, July 11, 1930, newspaper, July 11, 1930; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563730/m1/4/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.