The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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her « speedy ftiul p**i m.imiit rt
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iIhv aHfim*"n wd nu* I'Urifil Ihur*
, uy morning.
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husii.ft • 111■ in vmi \ntnnl« M
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Mr > R Hi nth nml wm, Earl,
tit! Anlunlnv in Hondo
,»H nml Mr*. Hikfy Amur had n»
• r nnnk-rml guvntn their daugo
:cr* Irvin Bra* hettvlHe.
Mis* |»•**!» Rihn mii<I l>r«>tlvrr, Mr*
Uv, »i»i nt Friday in Hondo.
•Ir. nml Mi J. I Htry nml child
•|itnl Sunday nt kerrvtlle.
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it front Ann Antonin vwii gu* *i
Mr. nml Mr*, Ililharu Sunday.
'Ir. nnU Mr*. H. I.. Unrnrttf and
tiri-n. Mr. anil Mr*, i larcnee "*i
■ Ur nml children «ml Mr. and Mr*.
l.itinnriJ "erhette nml children ami
i Mini Mr*, t if Mfini'ttf »ntl *«>n
tfil (irnmlnta llmt* at t'a*tioviile
Mr ami Mr*. John J. Love ami
mldten Irft l"r Sho Mnri-n* Sun
i,v whin .M.\. Love will no \o
CHEVROLETS USF.D CN TIKES
PEAK HIGHWAY WORK
Colorado Springs, Colo. A con-
crete example of the tremendous
stride* made t,y automobile eng neer*
toward the goal of mechanical per-
fection in the modern motor ear i-
provided hen daily on tin I ikn
i eak highway.
A few years ago, a car that would
a ale the Peak was a front-page fea
ture throughout the country, whi.e
today. thuiiK.- to the automotive en-
j_i. err, a eai * ability to perform abiy
; nd satisfactorily in the thin rarelitd
a,i on the it ny .-tecp ascents of trie
I t.ik .. .aiven more oi less lor g.ant-
hespite a greatly improved high-
way up the Peak, the long continuous
climb and the light air presume in
the high' altitudes, which used to
mean a boiling radiatoi and an en-
gine too hot to make ihe graue, pro-
vide one of the severest tests in
America of the mechanical condition
of a car.
Even more outstanding th::n the
performance of those tourist auto-
mobiles which make a single trip up
the steep incline it the record of a
fleet of truck* used to maintain the
highway in constant repair. The fleet
now m such service include* three
i leviolets sixes which see almost
daily use up in the region above th 1
Kevuitly the fleet has been used
to lu.ji away huge nrfou tain m
-now to prepare the highwa, for the
Sumi ■ r t> ur.st travel. The route wtu
expected to he opened early in ■ Iuiu*.
With the snow cleared awn.., the
fleet will continue in dai y st iuc
doing maintenance and repair work
on the highway.
Th* Chevrolet* used in this work
have been in operation for more tnan
a year. That .he cai are operating
touay with the same degree of econ-
omy and uependabiiity as a yt. r .go
is a fitting tribute to the achieve-
ment to those engineers who work
quietly behind the scenes in the in-
terest of improved performance at
'll and 'It Itav nmnd liuilf
Hondo wen l**vi * visitor* '1 >nda
and iiiailf Th< New - a pleas mt m
'Ir. and 'll lailey attended th*
Hevint « hool, when young folks, an i
are «pecja fin ml* of the iilit'r.
POPULATION RISES IN 2IST
IMmiu* and Maverick, du reused in
im|*ulato>n, a bile the remainder
kbowed *ubstanHal In* rente*, Aavala
Cminty ili<'*iil lln greaie*! increase.
\ lompleli Itel <>f the countie* of
(be iktrirt, »bonlng the 1 D'tO ftfures,
tbe 1 !'*o populallon and the bumber
of larni* in ca*b county, a* announ*
rd by llnrnbill, folbns*
Handera. S.7A.', lompared erltb
4,iKi|, et71* farm*.
Hlanco, :t>4J. compared with
4,iM»:t, T«*!* faim*.
Doimit, A.AI4, com|*ared with
*tJtni, 7*»t» farm*
Kdwardft. S.Tdi. compared with
J.Jsl; JkT farms.
I ri", W.40P, compared with t'.ih*A,
(iillc-pie, 11,021, compared with
10,015; I.Snk tar ms.
Kendall, 4.U74 cam pared with
Eli!'; #0l farms.
K* ir. 10,110, compared with 5,k42;
Kinney, 8,t»H0, compared with
:t,7 4*1; !• i farms.
lac Sail**, *.2*27, compared with
I. A21; *122 fat m*.
McMullen. compared with
1*52} 2o t farms.
Maverick, <»,ll*, compared with
7,4Ik; 45 farms.
Medina, HI,l*Ad, compared with
II. *I7!*; 1,61*4 farms.
Heal. 2.11*6, compared with 1,461;
BREITEN S CASH
and guaranlwe* **ii.l„i,^
( *»ftrk*o*«*hip aad . i,.,
, Cftth ***« drlicr«ry
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SUGAR Rl iT WEIGHS OVER
(J. i t inrk brought a sugar b*«•
to o.ir office Saturday that weigh* :
eight pouniiv end three ounces; and
hjo* jn«t go- g,,i ,| started to growing
i ti ms rich farm, north from town.
He had started to irrigate his cori
when a two .rich rain fell over th *
entire farm. Coiinldn’t be any nieei
what Mr, i lark said.
A * *
The 21st < etisus Diftlrict of Texas,
imposed of Hlanco, Handera, Dim
'it, Edwards. Frio. Gillespie, Ken
mill, Kerr. Kinney, lfttSallc, McMul
.en. Maverick, Medina, Real, I’valde,
Ya! \ er !«■ a:i*l Zavala Counties,
-nowed an increase in population *»t
26,567, or 26 per cent, according to
. ores relen-cd by David W. Barn-
hill of Uvalde, census supervisor of
l'he Anvil Menud’l phone No. n
;27 Use the phone when you neeo
job printing or advertising and yo*
vill be waited on by a ropre»entativ
the paper. 4l-tl
Hunting, fishing, camping <r tres-
j,arsing on my property is strictly-
forbidden under penalty of law.
41-lilt L. P. MANN.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Hanson arc-
spending a few days here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Biediger.
Mesdames Alfred Miry and Barney-
Bomba and children from Devine
spt t a few minutes here Monday
Mr. Ferdinand Rihn spent one day
the past week in San Antonio.
Mr. and Mr-. Mangold and daugh-|
ter- from Castroville -pent Monday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. A. 0.
e++++++- : —>•»>+++'«•+++++++++♦
(live your chi dren milk from
tubercuiar tested cows and be
Prompt Deliveries, Twice Daily
L. F. RUCKER, Manager.
“Rundown, Lott Appetite,
Took Cold Eatily”
Texas — "I was
rundown, lost my
appetite and was
nervous and irri-
table. I took cold
easily and always
suffered with head-
ache. Finally I
started taking Dr.
and found it to be the very thing I re-
quired to keep me from lieing so sus-
ceptible to colds. I feel my blood circu-
lating better when I take this tonic. I
certainly think it i« a wonderful medi-
cine. I recommend it willingly and
gladly."—Mrs. J. A. Woods, WY> Austin
St. AH dealers. Tablets or liquid.
Write to Dr. Pierce's Clinic in Buf-
falo, N. Y„ for free medical advice.
Enclose 10c for trial of tablets.
Tire Bur* . rtj
The qual 1 * -uK ,a
tire. And they nr, the -ijn t
Our* is the o' y Yu! aMig
Plant in Hondo.
Body and Fender Work-
Wrecker General knar
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new service policy—the most liberal
ever offered in connection with a low-
Immediately it was greeted with enthu-
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—because its many unusual features
materially add to the economy and
lasting satisfaction of Chevrolet owner-
ship. Briefly, it provides—
—for free inspec-
tion and adjust-
ment at the 500-
mile mark, and
every 1000 miles
—for free replace-
men t of any
material —including both parts arul
labor—that may prove defective, with-
in the terms of the standard warranty.
— that this replacement will he carried
out by any Chevrolet dealer in the
United States—regardless of where the
owner may have traveled during the
Backing this policy is one of the largest
service organizations in the automotive
industry-—consisting of over 10,000
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1930, newspaper, June 6, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563787/m1/2/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.