The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1930 Page: 4 of 8
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Summer Ap|*ari’l t'..r Min, Women
• ml Childr*n I 1 INWKHI R"S 4.'
hor Sale, om niio year-old hofre.
U*<> one •tot * ..oiiile, R. (', BLESS.
1. E. Heath ami Judge R J. N'oon-
*n left Thursday for Ok’ahtmta City.
H< IARI* It' . ROOM .it tea liable
roe. Apply to Mlv h II. Shwei-rs,
Phone !*.’ J. Irt-tf
Mr*. I.. K Heath anti Mr*. Horace
Bradley are *p*>nding *he week erd
•t San Antonio.
Mr. and Mr*. 11. E. Taylor and
httle daughttr. Lucile, were here
rom Kerrvi'e Saturday vi*i*ing rt ,a-
O. H. MILLER.
MEDINA BOUNTY LANDS
(2 Door* Ea»t of Po»t Office)
pi"il pi n ** ft>r
ward t amer
J, I' Ninon ••• up
Monday »Pd paid th>*
I'tei iate<| tali.
Mattel' liu ph llaif -
Pli Ml* ft!
•t Eridav ip
t am ey
liini**ll uhd iea.ii
all he tap product
Money pent ip Medtpa Coultjrl
Help* to build and maintain nur
churches aehooU i.nd highway*, Our
aotek of nteri handier ranyi* front
the cheapest *ond to anti-rust »t**l)
t a*' !>, displayeil in a convenient shot* | apendlng tin* with
I i a*tonill» M»ltr u hi*
j Mr* (leo i an t run
Mr* Sid i art* i "<
I Rock Spring* were yu*
E. H. .lone tht« neck
Mi** Jane Eldfedye
1 Idrm of
of Mr* t
if Uialde i*
nmpMmt * *in«***ful Pl«*
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I w\ l »‘*>M t » t*t \ fit r
|l t Minton f vuilh hi# pnlt*#v|®, Ml
*a,I Mr* .1 I Me'hlrf, John frill
ft to i * hi. »tu*t'«* at A AM In the
tkhea rear giiattag ta daae at
h,.Mt» hr t«**t '*i*al printer* It metP»
that Hondo moarf t* kept IP Hondo
put thm m u *ep,| a*a* and hat*
■' ,h nr y«>u ar* a'dlny ap tn«tltution
t at , ar* • nothing about thr develop,
(pent of Mill tr ftp per voUf *UC*P*»
Jn«t th'Pk thi* over before you mak*
ft Ut Heft nhler
It will pay you t<* watch our club
id ate* M * cap sometime* mnk*
i i «-d>*t initial aavipy* op the aub
*t nptiop prlcr of your papera BPd
inuc /inea aPil at the *anir time, by
« ih nblny through thin ofttce, you
help u* extend the dmilatioi
I Hrnuny In thli way we both
Your Credit is Good
the yue*t profit.
room and our rervice* i «n >** necuredj®^ M'»* Maryan: Ihiu ii.
tluy <>r night. JN'O. A. HOIHSER. Mia* J***rphine Brink- rcturnnl I
Luncrnl Itiicctor, Phone 7."*, Hondo, lart week from K««t Rer anrd where t
lexa*. 10-Tf he had been Caching *ch»H>l. t
t Mr. and Mr*. Ben Munir nd the' Mr*. <»* • > r *.« Bratiford and Mr*. '
d. tot'* M«tcr. Mr*. I ce Pafford, of Heath of >at \- 'm . *pmt Sunday ’
1 • itipc, At, 'na, have been v|*itlny here viaitingf Mi K. W. Spree*,
ti toi. hen thi* week. Dr. Ben* Henry Rohrbach \va* over from
'■ hot, tin ..tr Dr. ,1. B. Moeur. was D'Hnmd Sunday and called to leave
H. fift phy-ieian to locate in Hon-' ,n or(1,.r f,,r u ‘. j ,, !im „f printing.
hor Heailstonc* and Monument*
**e Win. Newmann, Agent for Nagel
Bros. Fredericksi urg, Texas. 3ti-tf.
do. and ti brother. Dr. John, was at
one time u-- u'iated with Dr. B. 1L
i radley in the practice of medicine.
Rolie BU -* was a businis* caller
at this office Tuesday. Elsewhere in
thi.- paper Rollie is offering a horse t ^_JV# y vKMIM.
ami saddle for sale. In former days
that w< d- have meant that here-
ftor he intended to walk, but r.ow-a-
nys it probably means a new limou-
zine. P. S. No charge to the auto
lie men for this tip.
John H» nry Meyer arrived home
Wednesday from Dallas where he has
Ed Cameron and cnildfen,
lack and Bobbie, left Wed
,i lor a several day* vfalt with
i \e n San Antnio. Mr* ( am
n* acrompa led to San An
» by *ii in >tHr, Mr* Charles E.
dr* Charles Kuos and Mr, and
Mt- h oyd Chaney and two little
i a ter*. Dorothy and Retty
M ime, motoied out from San An-
HONDO TAILOR SHOP
AND Wt AfERIllATt YOim RUBINlAR
VOU MAY Also NAVI tMI PIIPLHI oi ( v|Nti |M
CASH AND CARRY PLAN
wr cai t nm and dm ivr n
WILLIE C. CROW, Prep.
•EVEN REASONS vs ny Y(H
SHOULD JOIN I HI HOME
Mi l IF.f ASSOCIA I ION
Two times a week
fur only $1.6(1 a year
And get Farming with it | ......... ■—*«—«- .«* , „ #|)||
At no extra coat, 2 for the cost of 1 * ,nl1'' '’"tupared wuli M„j (lth),r ^
Keep up with the S. A. market*
And read 116 paper* for only •
need the protection.
Second! Because t)■%>
Get three ot your inenaa to jou.
,0U in a club and a.; lour of yoi
h vsai for $2.01
For .Sale Cheap l -ed buffet, din-
re table, combination desk and book
ease, baby bed and mattress. Mrs. R.
W. GAI :2S, i on* 1««. tf
DCN'T FORGET WHEN YOU
NEED GOOD WORK CLOVHES
PRICED REASONABLY GO TO H.
Third: Heeause it i* H H.>mf Al
I . vi,it „i,h Mr. un.l 1.II.C , "'."'j'""1 *........ 1
b. H. Schweer*. A*k us about it at the Anvil Herald n'‘*n“K*‘d l""D'
tf|i, Fourth: Bacau*i it „
i, ,«]i,t y-ur i'rop.rt, with ;; 1
Mr- h. S*. Co, kr.ll v.m, out from ..... *•«•:*««» „
Antonio ha.uruay to install the
m\, >1 filers of the local Eastern the Hondo Land Co. Fifth: Reeause you should e*
.st .r < . pter. She tetumed to San Hail Insurance m the Good ()1<1 ]0ve>d one, this protect! , , ,
>unuay n„ ruing. Hartford, see 0. H. Mnler. 3B-4t whUe >ou ^
>. -ms Emit Saathoff and Leora O. H. MILLER, may be sick and be unit', to get th*
r retur. ed Tuesday from SELLS—FARMS and RANCHES, protection.
S>u*i istirn Univirsi.y at George- HONDO, TEXAS Fixth: Because your Certificate*
to. n where they have been students ENNA JETTICK Shoes for YYo- be converted into cH<h in a ,n
the past year. men, $5 and $*>. Wide and narrow short time at your deHth and is you
lire. George Carle returned Sun- la*ts, LEINWLBERS. protection agairi*t the .sacrifice ot
£ * SB
We have just 1 lift. It is a
9 Tube Eleitric. Regular price,
f 174.00. For quick sale we of-
i.r it for ’-..: than v.’h i'esale
priee. Take it for $h7 0. The
Temple Radio is built by world
famous engineers — Master
Craftsmen Created the Cabi-
nets. Temple Is more than a
name. It signifies a tone per- \]
feet in purity of reproduction
—an acoustic realism establish- )J
«»d after year of successful
manufacturing. Temple is
Radio plus—it will amaze you
with stations that are at your
call. Just think of a 9 tube, up-
to-the-minute Radio for only
$H7.00, less than the whoiesa.e
just computed his Junior year in the B^T.u'r Goodvea tires and tubes da-v from “ Gay with her sister. Mrs. Tell your friends Hondo Land Co. your estate,
bay.or Sc hool ot Dentistry. After a jn(j B*cCe«ssories "f Citizens Mc>t0r Car * ':rntst Fusu-lman, following a re- can serve them when they want to Seventh: Because this kind of in.
................ ........“ c'o. „r Weynand Service Station. unt tferioU8 operation at the Santa buy or sell real estate.
Prices are lower.
| short visit with his parents, Dr. and
Vlrs. H. J. Meyer, he will return to
Dallas to do practice work in the
dental clinic For easy starting, quick accelera-
... iT i tion *nd speed buv Humble “Flash-
Attomey-at-^aw, gasoljne Citi2ens Motor Car | looking after bus,ness matters. Mrs.
Co. and Weynand Service Station, tf *ohn is on a Protratted vi,it t0 Lake
| Charles, La.
For Sale, Fresh Jersey butter, de- ,, , , ,, ,
, . , . . ’ Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer and
hvered to your door twice each week, , . . , ,,
... , ‘ ... , T1. children, Hugh and Mary fchzabeth,
Wednesdays and Saturdavs. Ring
tf surance is the first written, a id there
l.tf Ro-^a hospital. . pot Hemstitching see Mrs. R. W. artf Associations in the old country
Joe Fohn war. here Saturday from Speece at residence opposite north- 1 " " ,^“n sev,!‘ hundred yesrs old.
San Antor.io greeting old friends and west corner of courthouse. tf. are told. Approximately 300,000
H. E. Haase,
urveyor's Office, Court'ncuse, Hon-
do, Texas. All legal matters eare-
['uily attended to, in all courts of
Texas. Manager Medina County Ab-
•iuaet Company. Road Maps of Me-
dina County, cloth, $5; paper, $3. tf
Let us do your hair trimming,
tinting, shampooing, wave setting,
marcelling, etc. Permanent hair wav-
ing and rewaving by Nestle method
CASTROVILLE BEATS PHONE
people in Texas alone are carrying
this form of insurance.
If you are in good health and hive
resided in Medina County six months
you are eligible for membership,
is not injurious to the hair. May be i for some time but his friends are
dressed in any desired style. Ladies’1 Had to know he is greatly improved.
Beauty Shoppe. 4l-tf.
ALI-DIN will appear in person
Sunday, June 9, at 3:00 o’clock in a
CASTROVILLE, Texas, June 4.
.. . . The Castroville Indians took a 9-8 either male or female, our ago limit
telephone 976F4, Mrs. W. H. ECK- sf’en, ,a!‘- week-end at hllinger with jobbing from the Hondo Svaages lt> to 49 inclusive; membership fee
HART. 4614tcj1>r' ^eyt,r s fa'her- who is lLuite Friday on their home diamo. d and $f,.00. We have pianJ out for death
O. H. MILLER— (hen came back to grab an 18-6 ver- naims since we organized in March,
Rev J. W. Long if here a guest ALL FORM OF INSURANCE. dict from the Southwestern Beil Tele- iy20 126,664.00. The annual Wttj
in t ie on.i i t. at tr in aw, . . (2 Door* East of Pott Office) phone company here Sunday. In Sun- ttie oldest member ha* been 13.64,
King. Rev. Long ha.* been indisposed HONDO, TEXAS. ,jayV tilt, pttclxr 0. Rudiger w -Ud which is less than one cent per day.
E. J. Murray sold out his interests tight men, allowed 13 hits and got Trink of it—the pme of one chew of
at Winburn Field ,n an Antonio and three hits in five trip* to the pan, gum per day has kept their insurance
Mr*. Theodore Cameron chaperon- U0Vf,j family back to their old including a home-run, to lead li.t hit- in torce which is today worth $l,M0»
ed a bevy of rr1* ' n a trp to Castro- home here Saturday. ting. Toncire and Huns each got a &ee H. H. < row tne hecretaiy, *h«
ville Wednesday evening where they
enjoyed a swim in the old ADdir.a.
Those of the party were Dwyce Cam-
Wj;t n in net d of tire repairing call
or us for guaranteed work. Brices
triple for the winners.
•All; be pleased to take your appor-
tion for nitmoeisbi). Act now; to. r-
i special matinee, being the first day ir,Uhe OI int' »,ari> were u"-ue .... r,it.” „ .. it(r Cn nnH
of his engagement. You will marve'l eron- Mary Lois Barne'”' Jane E:d* l n , ,
at him; don't miss this first matinee. ri(if?e cf Uvakle’ Mar»artt Dillon-
Thelma \\ ilsor, Lucy Daws and Char-
By purchasing a barrel of
direct we can sell it to you in
the bulk at a big saving in
price. You pay about 25c an
ounce for ordinary Vanilla that
is often an imitation. We offer
you this Vanilla Extract Spec-
ial at 3 ounce for 33c; 6 ounces
for 52c; 16 ounces, equal to 1
Pint, for $1.39. Try some of it.
CAPS and BELTS. All Prices.
Good wool ones cheap. Cotton
How about that 1 Gallon
Remember this is Toilet and
Bath Soap Headquarters. If it
V soap you want, we have it.
Your patronage will be ap-
preciated. Come in and look
around, whether you buy oi
aot, always glad to see you.
Where you will find every thing
advertised for sale in a
good Drug Store
you ever made
A HIGH CLASS TIRE YOU
CAN’T EQUAL FOR MILE-
AGE AND LOOKS AT DOL-
LARS MORE. A LIFE TIME
PATHFINDER — GENUINE
SUPERTWIST CORD. CCME
IN, YOU’LL SAY IT’S THE
BEST BUY IN YEARS.
A Real Goodyear
29 x 4.40
30 x 4.50
29 x 5.00
OTHER SIZES EQUALLY
CITIZENS MOTOR CAR CD.
WEYNAND SERVICE STATION
HONDO LAND COMPANY
Will find a ouyer
For your land;
MRS. BARBARA HANS FUNERAL r,,w may be too ia.i. Don't let -
THURSDAY. high powered saiec.ian make jwu be
- litve this is not g«od insurance. The
Funeral services for Mrs. Barbara 0„,t.er(S of tht, Hume Ke|iel AI,ocia
Hans, «0, who died at tier home at tjo|) are; w N Saathoff, president;
Castroville, Texas, Tuesday after- j0^n m. Finger, vice-president; L. L
noon, were held at the Ft. Lou.s Path- Ht,atht (jjm-tor; S. A. Jungnm di-
olio church at Castroville at 9:30 A. m.lor'; Judge H j_ N„onan, director
M. Thursday with the Rev. Fatr.er J. and advisor; Doctor H. J-
Lenzen officiating. Meyer, director and physician; H. H.
Mrs. Hans was a pioneer resident Crow dirt,ctor and suretcry-treswr-
of the town. S'he is survived by three
sons, John, Nick and Joseph, and AH members who have not sent in
four daughters, Mesdames Odila their 0jd certificates to oe exchanged
■ nd mice—that’* RAT-SNAP, the old Beck, Mary Halbardier, Dela Koenig fof the new fo|in Certificates are re-
reliable rodent destroyer. Come* in and Bertha Jungman. auested to do so. There will be 110
cake*—no mixing with other food. _.. _ ' ' , /-prtifi-
Vcut money back if it fail*. HFRF is YOUR CHANCF charge for the ca< nange
35c size (1 cake) enough for Pan- HERE IS YOUR CHANCE. catts ur.)eSg you Have lost y»W
try, Kitchen or Cellar. . ~~ . certificate.
65c size (2 cakes) for Chicken Hons in second laying year for H H ( ku",
House, coopt, or small buildings. sale at reduced prices, your chance Secretary.
$1.25 size (5 cakes) enough for all to >tart wjth a good flock of chickens
farm and aut buildings, storage build- ftt j.,0 of what the ,ame blood ]in,g
’"‘s.M I’.d ■««« mt. OKEEN HILL POULTRY
FLY DRUG CO. FARM, G. W. Muennink, Prop. 43-4t
HERE FOR FIVE DAYS.
A NEW NOVEL BY HONORE W
A BARREL OF VANILLA!
A new book by ' Honor* Willsie oRSe* il at our^t0re’ 2 0UnC6,R, .
Morrow is always an event. But in ',,c' ounces, J.ic, o ounces, o-t',
her new series of Lincoln stories, all pint, $1.39. Windrows Drug Store,
who have read the manuscript agrei
that she has surpassed even her own
high standard. There will be ten stor-
Comes to the C .onial for
Sunday, Monday, luv-da>, '
day arid Thursday ALI-DIN
. pear and answer ad questions
f,°r him. The regular show will pr**
ies, dealing with the last weeks oi
Lincoln’s life. Much entirely new
material has been included by Mrs.
Morrow, of real historical value; but
above all, the stories are intensely
grippingly interesting stories. Read
the new novel starting in this week’s
issue of the New Qhf'stian Herald.
And in the revitalized Christian
Herald you will find interesting, ex-
citing contributions from Dr. Danie'
A. Poling, Margaret Sangster, Stan
ley High, Dr. Charles M. Cheldon and
a dozen other “star” writers. One
dollar will bring you Christian Herald
for the next 35 weeks. Use the cou-
pon and save 75c.
For the $1.00 I am handing you
with this coupon please send me the
next 35 issues of the new Christian
Subscribe through this office and get
Farming for one year at no
A Good Thing for Cooking is
Good Flour. It enters into
many articles of food.
is the flour surpreme, while,
pure and wholesome.
| LIBERTY MILES
7th. FRANK W.
San Antonio, Taxaa.
Bl ••♦♦♦♦♦BBI1111 HI !!♦♦♦♦
At l„, th,n
only, 9-tube radio, ^
Drug Store. •
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE ST-
* * *
* * »
For Sale or Leasers
land with 222 sheep, 1W *
K. E. WILLIS, „
CASH FOR YOU*I
farm, business t,r "bring buyf'
ter where located. smaj1
u. baker, rw
commission tjcU|ars, ^‘‘V
",n"'";;PE so* ***.
10,000 feet 1
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.