The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1928 Page: 4 of 8
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NYAL 2 for 1
June 7» 8 and Sth
Double Value for
2 for 1 means double value
FOR EVERY BUSINESS OR
Modern social usage demands
that you have stationery ap-
propriate for every occasion.
Our complete assortment in-
cludes every correct shade and
size, at a wide variety of prices.
Nothing reflects your good
taste more than your stationery.
Come in at your convenience
and make careful selection
from our complete stock.
(24 sheet*—24 envelope*)
regular price tale price
50c TWO for 50c
regular price sale price
50c TWO for 50c
(25 en\'«Jopes in package)
regular price tale price
15c TWO for 15c
Diplomat size, 24 sheets, 24
envelopes. While, gray or peach
regular price sale price
$1.00 TWO for $1.00
IN THIS SALE WE OFFER
50c tooth paste, 2 for......50c
50c Nylotis Rouge, 2 for......50c
25c Nayal Skin Soap, 2 for 25c
25c Nylotis Lip Stick, 2 for 25c
25c Nysis Talcum, 2 for..... 25c
$1.00 Hair Tonic, 2 for $1.00
50c Nylotis Almond cream
2 for ............................. 50c
50c Nylotis Face Powder
2 for ............................ 50c
25c Nylotis Powder Puff,
large, 2 for 25c
60c Nylotis Shampoo,
large, 2 for .................. 60c
$1.00 Lilac Toilet Water,
2 for .......................... $1.00
75c Face Powder, De Luxe
2 for .............................. 75c
25c Nyal Corn Remover,
2 for ........................... 25c
25c Nyal Eas-Em Foot
Powder, 2 for ................ 25c
50c Nyal White Lime, 2 for 50c
$3.00 Nyal Fountain Syringe
2 for ............................ $3.00
50c Nyal Pure Vanilla Extract
2 for ................................50c
10c Nyal Palm Soap, 2 for 10c
1 dozen for 60c
50c Farknr’t Shaving Cream
2 for ..................... 50c
and many, many other articles
too numerous to mention. BE
SURE AND COME.
SEE THEM—BUY THEM—
YOUR PATRONAGE IS
Nyal Quality Stores
1 Hondo No. 2 D'Hanis
LOCAL AND PERSONALS
• | The carlot shipments into the local Medina County Lands, buy or sell,
• station for this week are: cedar posts, see 4). H. Miller. 37-4t.
|3; flour, 1. The shipments out are: Miss Eve}yn Wi!aon was # ^
Editor Jeffreys of the Sabinai
Sentinel and Mr. Perry, special con-
test man for the Linear Company
’| com, 2; Crude oil, 2. The Medina *nU,nio visitor Tuesday “ i now managing a big subscription cam-
A. E. >.«•»..and. Taylor well the past month, and ex- *et, ir ‘ Ut” W. eiX 1 at Jeffreys says his circulation is being
J f tend summer school. *
All kinds of drinks, at CARLES ' pects to send out several more with- ‘<na surnmtr 'tnooi‘ J largely increased through the con-i ^ CANY°N OF ADVEjut.
CONFECTIONERY. 33-tf ln t>iis month. and *^rs‘ ^ Thallman andjtest_ gy ^e way, Hondo has a reo- HOOZ IT"
Emil Haby and Nic Hutzler were| jj g Haaas, Attorney-at-L«w, '*'ss ^)ee < rpw wer^ business visit- j resentative in the contest in the P*r' Mo*d»y
in town rn business Tuesday. Surveyor's Office, Courthouae, Hon-,
Good town lots in Hondo, fine I lo. Texas. All legal matters care- We have a call for a 2500 acre
^uildinp sites. Inquire of Hondo Land fully attended to. in all eourta of goat ranch. List your land with us if
We always carry 7 or 8 different
kinds of ice cream and ices. Fly Drug
M -s Dorothy Fink of Uvalde spent
Tu» with her c; u«in. Miss Janice
New 0. D. cotton coats to take
• r, yi ar fishing trip. All sizes. Hondo
last count of votes was well up among
the leading contestants. A fine auto-
mobile is the main prise being sought
after. The contest closes Saturday.
Texas. Manager Medina County Ab- ycu wish to sell. Hondo Land Co.
stract Company. Road Maps of Me- John Henry Meyer left Monday for
dina County, cloth. $6. paper, $3. 1£ $an Antonio where he is to study
We appreciate your business and Chemistry at Westmoorland College,
will take pleasure in serving you. Your choice of five lots in same
Helen H. and O. H. Miller. Real block near Hollaway Gin for $225.00
Estate, Oil, and General Insurance each on easy terifis. See Hondo Land
office Armstrong Hotel. 37-4t Company.
Master .James Bader. Jr., and sis- Miss xorjne Whitehead, of San tl . ..... . . . .
ter. Lillian, returned to their home An»onio is spending the summer here I Cent y’ and ' 1 °n p ans to ta*ce up
on,, » An on o, is spending the summer here Ur ^ work in the fa„ ,n
Ue,d«T. Jiin« ii
Lob CJ. "‘Ml
LAUGH clown laugh-
Thursday and Frida. I
Milton Faulkenberg came home Rickard Barthelm **M'< u.
Wednesday from Segufn where he “THE LITTi r **!’ Mo,*T °’D,,
has been pursuing special studies in
language as a preparation for -*
course in theology. The Lutheran
school at that place has been raised
1 to the rank of a junior college re-
Tony Windrow returned home
Army Store. . --------. .nmvmu, la a,/^iiuiiig me aummci uvi.| | ||
A,b,„ Hurunni* is [rom h “!Ih, „h", “4 M"'|SSL “ Z mmU
coast country recuperating from an week s v1Mt w,tn tneIr K™noParems>. Whitehead,
attack of flu. Mr- and Mrs- J‘ F> Bader’
W'll fMIoway and his son Dav'd i,rs‘ (,e0- Noonan and cbl,(iren caller at this office Tuesday and mov-
have gort to Corpus Christi to listen' *he N’C°nan Ranth We” FUeStS °f ed up his dates to the Anvil Herald
to ‘ what the wild waves are saying.” her parents’ Mr- and Mrs‘ J‘ F- Bader' and to FARMING another year.
Stetson Hats—Look well, last long. M ’nda*v‘ A good buy, 1,800 acre ranch,
Of course you will want a new Stet-! "indrow s 2 for 1 ?ale ,s now well and tank water, house, pens,
son this Spring. LEINWEBER'^ tf °n and he ‘S °*ferin* 8ome -sPlendld etc. 160 acres in cultivation. Priced
E«lc .him have „.„d ,ht to “ri,“ *"* "««*«•• ‘"I™ H«"d»
Saturday, June ,6
Bob Steels jB
“THE BANDIT S SON"
George F. Gerdes was a business1, ’ . "“"" Show Begin* at 8.15 p u «
*..... _ from Austin one day this week to > Matinee S • r‘ S
spend the summer vacation with his 1 e r «y 1 *t 3:oo p
Special Price. l0c ,nd ^
Attend The M»tinee
for years. Snappy Spring patterns
are here in all the sleeve lengths.
If you try
one of cur toasted1
WILL RECEIVE SEALED
BIDS ON THURSDAY, JUNE
14, )S>28. UNTIL 2:00 P. M.
AT )VIY RANCH ON DRY COWS
AND COWS AND CALVES
1 RESERVE THE RIGHT
TC REJECT ANY AND ALL
0. E. LACY
34-tfViandwich<'s- y°u’n come back for E. R. Leinweber Co. Store, accom-
• more. Fly Drug Fountain. 37-tf. panJed by hig family> ,eft Sunday
For Hail Insurance on growing on a two week’s vacation trip, and
crops see Helen H. Miller, office ;at this writing are touring the Grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wind-!
row. Tony has been gaining renown
as a student of Architecture at Texas'
Miss Lucille Newton left Thursday;
for Southwestern University, at
Georgetown, where she will take,
Henry Merriman, Manager of the | >summer work toward securing her
Armstrong Hotel, phone 123. 37~lt.
We will appreciate your Fire In-
surance business. Helen H. and 0.
H. Miller. Office Armstrong Hotel.
New 0. D. cotton coats to take
Canyon in their auto.
A BUSINESS CHANGE.
c, , . ■ Louis F- Rothe has bou«ht out Scripture Reading Ps
H. W. S’chweers was a business A c Thailman butcher business and 9:24-27. 'U*
Sunday, June 10, li)28.
Topic, Unroofed Recreations
Leader, Janet Kimmey.
Voluntary, Piano, Uora Hortr
Song. * ■'
caller at this office Wednesday. Mr.
Schweers informed us that his father,
the late John Schweers whose death
on your fishing trip. All sizes. Hondo is mentioned elsew’here in this paper.
Army Store. j had been suffering for a long time
-Z- I from paralysis.
! SATURDAY ;
• | 3 pounds of sugar<
; with every 3 pound ;
] AVIATION COFFEE 1
ii E. R. LEINWEBER
For a Good Steak, Sandwich or
Short Order Go To
Coraer Of College Square.
will continue the same at the old
stand. Mr. Rothe is having the shop
overhauled, remodeled and modern-
ized, and will give the Hondo public
a good service, clean, sanitary and'
Until the changes in the building;
are completed, he will be somewhat
handicapped but this will not be long.'
Mr. Louis Stiegler has charge of the
meat cutting and will be glad to I
Mr. Rothe solicits a share in your
Talk, by leadir.
(1) Seeing God in His
work, Pauline Murray.
(2) Finding Health in Got
Out of Doors, Melvill* Smith
(3) Ability to Appreciate
Beautiful, Clara Buss.
(4) Running the Race of I4t|
OLD TIME DANCE
AT ELECTRIC PARK HALL, CASTROVILLE, TEXAS
SATURDAY, JUNE », 1928.
MUSIC BY GENE ARTZ ORCHESTRA
FEATURING GENE ARTZ AND HIS FAMOUS FLUTE
Coolest hall in the South. Equipped with Lakeside ventilating System
Young and old are cordially invited.
ADMISSION: Gents, 75c; Ladkss, 25c.
Don’t let the insects ruin j
cotton prospects. We have the
cium arsenate, molassei, pans greet,
etc. Fly Drug Co.
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Imagine buying Firestone-
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tire value, breaking down
long-established ideas of
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PRESENTING THE MOST OUTSTANDING
SAVINGS OF THE ENTIRE YEAR
Over 100 complete departments offer bargains for
every member of the family—Dad, Mother. Sister,
Brothei, the Kiddies, Baby—and the home. Joske’s
urge you to attend the first day of this event which
AT THE BIG STORE
III Sell Windmill
AND ERECT OR REPAIR
For All Kind* of Windmill #1
Repair Work or Plumbini ♦)
c.nd Ga* Fitting See
Edwin F. Bendele
At Hollow*- Bro*. or
GET ALL YOU
When you buy a Goody**
tire from us, you
real quality tire. You get
rock bottom price. And wrtM
you get our Customer >
will Service. You may pay 1
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only place ycu get
them is here-
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ing life of tire. Liberal al-
lowance on worn tires
traded in on new.
C. R. GAINES Carter & Bader
First National Bank
Capital $511,000.0# Surplus $22,000.00
J. M. FINGER - ... President
ED. D1 MONTEL.....Vice-President
HORACE bKAwLEY - - - • Cashier
UHA.". HNGER......Ass’t. Cashier
npHE INCREASING Bli'1-
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an indication that the sen ^
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not already a patron. nia-
we not have your accoun
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1928, newspaper, June 8, 1928; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563735/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.