The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 21, 1925 Page: 2 of 8
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A. E. WEYNAND SELLS STARS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL •
To the Meet
March 27th and JSth.
Polar Brownies. PV7ZLEF.’C‘. tf.
In the dcuoie header game of base
ball here last. Sunday between the |
Hondo Aztees and the team from j
Devine, hcncrr were even, the visit-:
ors tr.ksrg the morning game by a
score of 4 to 2. the Artec* takinp
the afternoon game by a score of
12 to 0. The manager of the Hon-
do team says fine crowds view the
Oil Stoves—Holloway games from the lane-out side the
Solid Sweeps—-Holloway Bros.
Garden Seed—Holloway Bros.
See HUTZLER’S Easter Novelties.
Florence Oil Stoves— Holloway
Atwater-Kent-Radios — Holloway
J. H. Eraser of Biov.nuood, dir-
tr ct salesman of the celebrated
Mobiloil, was ir town Tuesday pu*h
jrg the sale cf his poods. Ehvppinjr
in cn h m by accident at the office
of the Citizens Motor Car Co., with
the prospectus of the Bie Schoo
Meet advertis'np, he sensed the ad
ball park. As there is considerable
Florence Oil Stoves—Hollcv.av | expense attached to the maintain- HUTZLER'S.
Bros. i *nK of the ball team, those desirinp
Try Our Tolar Browr.V. HUTZ- to witrcRS the Panie' should not
LER’s. 33-tf. bey*tate to pay the small entrance
fee to the preunds and help the local
club to r«ay the necessary expense.
Golden Dromedary Dates—HUTZ- vertisinp value of the man in the
LER*S. 33-tf. motor car and grabbed the last re- Product--.
Polar Brownies. Polar Brownies.— mainir.p 'pace t0 help us finish load- Go,d Seal Congoieum
TAKE IT TO JENNINGS.
Soil'd Sweeps—Holloway Bros.
Cedar Chests, Hoiloway Bros.
Garden Seed—Holloway Bros.
Atwater Kcnt-Radios — Holloway
See H H. Crow for Watkins
: wr‘tes, among
out here s n f
|worked for Pacific El* ^
t0 December 20th R?'
Foreman, and I
Fish and Oysters every Friday at
SOUTHSIDE CAFE. 33-t'
Just ai rived,
The players pet no salary- but the
Men's Straw and Panama Hat-, at team has gaa,antt,e the expense dollar book for two bits.
33-tf. >ng UP ,he car with the. suggestion LEINWEBER’S
that all mo'on-ts shou.d, the last Q jj tinier and wife were Alamo
M:re~ c:tv viritors T„«h».
, prov.ae a p4entiful supply of Mob- J ... , ,
A new stock of baseball poods just jjcj] FUpny, isn’t it? But some A neVr’ st°CK of 2°°“® just
in. FLY DRUG CO. fo'ks don’t have to be bumped with *n- IH.l G CO.
Read “Zen of the Y D..” a two an advertising opportunity when it Collars and Bridle*. Holloway
5?™ !”d S“ FrMri,„
33-tf.' County friends A“y
their way to San Franck ***
^•ays locate me ~
of visiting team?, and this expense
All kinds of drinks, at 1 ARLE'S is paid out of the pate receipts, so
CONFECTIONERY. 33-tf. , if you wish to see the panics help
Mr. and Mrs. Ray J(ngv vished pay the expense. The Aztecs play huates at HUTZLER’S.
in Pearsall last Sunday. at Del Rio tomorrow.
A New Line of Voi'es Voiles and
presents itself. They just leach out Bros.
3 for 25c, at
started railroading '*
11*00 under Mr. R. jr *
B. Gang between Sen \ * 1
™ ■*« ShT?
Hter, up to June 1920 1
coming out to Los Aneew
Geno- ------ . «ees as
A New Line of Voiles. Voiles and ard grab it. That's Mr. Erase. | Lemon Coco Foaps
Silk Crepes. C. J. BLESS. Carter t Bader. Ford dealers, FLY DRUG STORE. 17-tf. j Gang foreman with Pae^
Shelled Pecans Walnuts and Oacr.- report the following del'veries the Watkin’s Products for sale at H. Rj'- _Climate is simply
Fred Neumann spent last
We sell Armstrong’s
week- E. R. LEINWEBER CO.
Silk Crepes. C. J. BLESS.
A-l Bargains in used tars. We Victor, and family. This was his jn shoes,
need the room. Ga nes & Son. 26. first visit to the Bayou City in some Children.
You will miss a treat .f you don’t twenty-odd years and he was some- C0.
try a Polar Brownie. HUTZLER’S.
33-tf. past week: Edgar Flowers. D’Hon- H. CROW’S residence. 32-3:.
Linoleum, is. truck, cab and body; A. J. Walk- Frujts and candies of ail kinds, at
33-tf. er, Hondo. Frock; W. J. Ne?ter, Hon- CARLE’S CONFECTIONERY. 33-tf.
this Pacific Ocean and no on,
W,8h t3r a nilde, winttr £,
See our Nobby Nit -.v Spr.ng Suits
for men. E. R. LEINWEBER
The very best in Box Candies
end in Houston, visiting his son. See our Spring and Summer Styles J,°;_ Get your Balloon Tires at C. R. , ™ beenTtard0 ^ “P **
most any class of w0*m*
Charles J. Graff showed u,
returns on some fat porkers he
to market a few days ago.
lot were three
what amazed at the growth of the
city since h 9 last visit. It was rather
. Hondo, roadster; Leo Mangold,
E. R. ’ LEINWEBER ,rovil!c' touring; G. P. Bolton La- g
33-tf Goste. roadster; Louis Faceler, Yan-
Lov,„ of horse ra-inR ,bo»l,^o W. '0 V„ lUnZ. ”* SOUTHSIDE
Goodyear, Michelin and U.
For prompt and courteous service
the great race between Boll
an inspiring sight to see the ship vjj and Johnny Walker, Easter Mon- truck.
UP—A black male
Recent report from Mrs. John
Reitrer. who went to San Antor.io P*’es
about 6-weeks old. Owner can re- sho!tlv after th* death of h*r ,at*
husband to spend a few weeks with
her daughter, state that she continues
blocking, the ship channel, in coming
in and departing for ail ports in the
Old World. In fact, Mr. Neumann
th? South sold at HLTZ- became so enthused that for a while
33-tf. be seriously contemplated a trip to
The Philathea Class will meet wilh England on a departing ship. How-'
Mrs. Sidney Fly Tuesday, March ever, his dream of a sea voyage was' . ... „r« ™aniroio ano mtuirn
24, at 3:30 p. m. short lived when he discovered fhe;Antomo 8P®nt last week-end here as ‘T1 ' * 1 *na J " u ^
H . uvea nen ne a'-^erea ne'tKo nf Mr nBW>nfa Mr ter, Miss H Ida. and Oscar Man
gold from the Ta-pley section were tlemen’s Convention.
in Hondo Wednesday. The ladies F’OR RENT—New
cove- same by applying to Chas. C.
GrafT, phone 960F4. 33-2t.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Koch of San
at 3:30 p. m.
FOR RENT—Two rooms North ofc Fhip was so closely guarded
Court House. Apply to MRS. there was no chance to ship as
to be in bad health.
Mrs. Augu«t Mangold and daugh-
th it quests of Mr. Koch’s parents, Mr
and Mrs. Toby Koch
Headquarter for Easter sup- -ho. ‘“‘7 ^-months
es. at CARLE’S CONFEC- th*
market at 13c and brought th,
sum of $06.30. The oik k.7
Get your hot or cold drink at G. — *---- • m ^
R. HEVEN’S CONFECTIONERY,
next to Post Office.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boon were in
San Antonio Thursday for the cat-
stow-a-way. He says Houston is :i i Don’t fail to see the great 500-
Mrs. C. P. Hasskar! left last Mon- bus>’* bu8tlinK ci‘y and predicts! Y»rd race between Boll Weevil and
also paid this office a business ca'l chines, by the week or month. For
while in town. paritculars see L. G. STRAWN. 26tr.
on feed for the last thirty days.
Greff was very much plea^d«
returns. The Graff Boys
in Durocs and find it pays t0
, tain a good strain. They ^
purchased 1 young boar fron
of Devine to head
Those who witnessed the
As Snring is near, now is the time Earl Boon visited the Cattlemen’s yard race between Boll W^vJ
day for a two week’s vis t with her anothe’ tremendous growth in the [Johnny Walker, at the Hondo Fair
children at Brenham. next decade. However, he did notJLroun s tracaster ; on ay. k havf your car overhtujed in pen. Convention in San Antonio the first th* Schuchart mare, at th*
The next race at the fair ground .‘n ’! °Z^n °r W° ,_orner osj Misses Eunice and Willa Bello ;era] \ye Rre well equipped to give of the week. (Ground track Thursday aft
track, Easter Monday, between Boll ,1C m t e Clty’ | McClaugherty, accompanied by ajsprvic - ,
Weevil and Johnny Walker. 34 ! Messrs. L. P. Mann and son,: schoolmate, spent the week-end b,ere j price.
W'illianv were callers at tfc's office w*th their mother, Mrs. Will Mc-
Q^te a number of Medina County Yesterd flnd b,;shed a ^ ! Claugherty.
Stockmen attended the Stmkmen s
. notice. Campers and fishers on the Miss Ruth Fly is here from George-
m f>an Ar.tomo this ___,u. \t________ 1______ i______ __1____ •— _ _*..j__-
premises of the Mann Brothers have j town, w’here she is
become so numerous and so inron- j Southwestern University.
J. J. Russeil, th: Aberdcen-Angus cjdcratc of the property of the own-
breeder. attended ’he Cattlemen’s ers that this strp ;E deemed necer-
Convention in San Antonio returning c!irv. People should learn to re-
Thursday night. spect the property where they camp,
Emil Weiss, who hod been with ^nd no, be camp hogs,
the Paul Weynand Garage, left Wed- Dr. J. E. Schlottman and the prin-
nesday for Del Rio to bake a job on cipai 0f the High School, Mr. John-
the bridge gang. sori< were lucky fishermen at the
Sec the great 500-yard race be- Medina Lake, bringing home about
tween Boll Weevil and Johnny 25 pounds of fish' last week-end.
Walker, at the Hondo Fair (grounds Among tne catch they pulled out a
track Easter Monday. 34 12-pound one.
A 4-Tube Radiola
FOUR TUBES TO GET BIG DISTANCE ON THE
LOUDSPEAKER. DANCE TO MUSIC A THOUSAND
MILES AWAY! A WELL-BUILT RECEIVER, IMU *
PROVED IN TONE AND PERFORMANCE. BRINGS
IN MUSIC AND VOICE, CLEAR AND UNDISTORTED.
AND OUTDOES IN PERFORMANCE RECEIVERS FAR
ABOVE ITS PRICE!
^McClaugherty, accompanied by^ a f!0rvjee, and satisfaction at the right '"phe Watkin’s Product* have held ^01 *bc’r m°neys worth. It
A. E. Y\ EYNAND. their quality for over 57 year*. For! *7eat rac< as *5new W0llil
!!. H. CROW, Hondo, tbe only tDsappointing feature
that neither horse wa* able t«
the lead, the judges declaring
student at plese relurn t0 Mrs. H. G. Htnder- fvom purt.bred Marred Rock*. $1.50 ££!.* UP' i^T/' “d'
for a few \c„„ ... , ,r ..«o 'v»lk*r are scheduled for
LOST—Between the Capt. Smith1 sale by
ranch and Hondo, Saturday. March Texas.
14th, a Cameo broach. Finder will pQjj saLR-
days visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Fly.
Miss Evelyn Wilson came home tjon t0 Hondo.
Tuesday night from Southwestern house. H
University at Georgetown for a few
days visit with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac WilBon.
H. E. Hamm, Attomey-at-Law,
Surveyor’* Office, Courthouse, Hon-
do, Texas. All legal matters care-
! fully attended to, in all courts of
I Texas. Manager Medina County Ab-
stract Company. Road Maps of Me-
.dipa County, cloth. $5. paper. $3. 15
Supt. and Mrs. J. J. Bates and
little daughter were up from Y’ancey
Tuesday, Supt. Bates being one of
the judges in the elimination in boys’
debates and in Declamations for
both Senior and Junior boys and
son and be rewarded. i p«.r setting of 15. MRS. FLETCHER
Buy a lot for $100.00 in the new' DAVIS. 27-tf.
exclusively White South End Addi- pome i,a.Kams i„ second-hand
cars, Chevrolet*, Fords, Buicks and
W. BARKULOO. 27-3m. Dodges. Come and look at them. C.
PLEATING, BUTTONS. BUTTON R. GAINES & SON.
holes, any size, Hemstitching and Mi-s Lucille Newton and brothe..
the same track Easter Monday,
you enjoy racing be on hand
back your favorite
TIm MMn TMt Van Ntt Affect the Hui
Became of Ms tooic apd laxative effect. LAXA-
TIVE BBOMO QUINI Nit is t«tter thn!i ordinary
Ooinitie and doe* not caui.e nervouRners not
rinpna in head. Remember the full nitric an.:
.-M>k for the aisnntwe of E. w. CBOVfi. so,.
RADIOLA Ill-A INCLUDING HEADPHONES,
RADIOLA LOUDSPEAKER, AND
FOUR WD-11 RADIOTRONS
LET US DEMONSTRATE IT IN YOUR HOME.
SAY! MR. FISHERMEN, WE HAVE JUST RECEIV-
ED A NEW LOT OF DOWAG3ACS, LEVEL WINDING
REELS, SILK CASTING LINES, FISHING RODS, ETC.
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER.
MARCH WINDS PLAY HAVOC WITH TENDER
SKINS. NYAL FACE CREAM WITH PEROXIDE IS
WHAT YOU WANT FOR CHAPPED SKINS AND AS
A PROTECTION ACAINST THE BITING MARCH
WINDS — OP _ AND Pfl- JARS HERE.
25c AND 50c
THERE ARE FIVE NUMBERS IN THE NYAL TAL-
CUM POWDER LINE. THEY ARE ROSE, PEACOCK,
BABY, MAYFLOWER, NYSIS, ALL
NEXT TIME YOU WANT A GOOD
ONE OF THEM - OC- THE CAN
YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED. ,
THE NYAL QUALITY STORE.
Our Biggest Offer
For a limited time only and subject to withdrawal
without notice we are able to offer to new subscribers
to the News only both
4 blocks from school .......................... .......
C. G. Edge passed through
I Thursday with a load of very
usual freight. On his track
Picoting. Jennings, local represen- v.'ill Ernes:, students at the South- fV* J’’K p* ^
tative. Mrs. H. B. Houston. tf. We*te»n University, Georgetown, a-,* p , ' Riv^r\nd was Convey V"
HATCHING EGGS Purebred spending a vacation at home An
Barred Rocks, good laying strain, epidemic* of sore eves has been ham- . . u , , ,
*• *»' -...... 'h" »< -
Texas 34-4tpd. of that institution recently. 50 to 75 cents per hundred
Before taking your Life Insurance Cp„ Wm. F. Neumann at Huesser’s for the stumps. They will be
see the new Policy Esser & Schuehle Saddle & Harness Store, for custom- into hoards fur making fine
are selling at Hondo, Texas. 25tf. made Cowboy boots and shoes. Fit iture.
Tobacco, Cigars and smoker’s sup- and satisfaction guaranted. 13-tf. District Clerk August Kempf
plies at G. R. HEY EN’S CONFEC- The “Old Maid’s Convention” at several days in San Antonio
TIONERY, next to Post Office. the Auditorium Monday night was a week with Mrs. Kempf, whoa
Come in and look at our Wall roa,inK success from start to finish dition remains extremely
Paper books before papering your anf* netted the Sunday School clas. While *0 far as we know no
house. FLY DRUG CO. « neat sum of money. complications have set in the
Visit our Furniture Department. FOR SALF—Miller Dwarf Broom confinement to her bed is
E. R. LEINWEBER CO. 33-tf. Corn Seed, guaranteed pure, $8.00 on h‘r strength and is causing
per 100-pound lots, f. 0. b. Devine, uneasiness to her Hondo fne
Phone .151, Hondo, ring 3. HENRY Henry Senne and family
1 BEN DELE, P. O. Devine. 34-7t. down from Brackett last Srnidff
Delco Light Plant, globes and are planning to make Medina
Rheostat for charging storage Bat- ty their future home. Mr.
teries, ideal outfit for garage or and family were formerly
residence. A bargain, call to see and County citizens and it is hut
get price. CITIZENS MOTOR CAR that they should come back to
CO. * 17-tf. first love.
Prof. A. L\ Brucks was a caller at FOR SALE—60x1j0 ft. k*
this office Thursday and moved up Carle Ave.. about two blocks
the date on the subscription of his High School Bui,ding. A
son, Ernest W. Brucks, paper. Ernest of oak trees on lot. Apply
The Dallas Semi-weekly Farm News
at the price of the News alone
Both, one year, . . . $1.00
Both, three years,.. $2.00
Such an offer ha* never before been made. Take
advantage of it before it is withdrawn. Send your
check or money order today to—
is now engaged in the oil business
down in the big Luting field. , u„ _____ . .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weynand and Jersey cow with ten-day
children left for San Antonio Tuea- j bred male calf. Good mlllt -
day where they will make their [gentle. Apply at this o fe'
home, and where Mr. Wey-1 jrretl Battery Service on »nj
nand will engage in the baking bus-
iness. While regrettig to lose this
family as citizens of Hondo, all
wish them much prosperity and hap-
piness in their new home.
I. O. O. F.
tery.* We charge and repair
teries. We also sell th* WJ
Battery. A. E. WEYNAND.
FOR SALE-A Ford truck
at a bargain. Has run
! teen hundred mil**-
i C. R. Gaines & Son
I Mail orders promptly •««
I £hone or write us for any*
Meets each 1st and 3rd Tuesdays1 thing usually sold m •
in each month at 8:30 P. M.
P. H. LYNCH, N. G.
J. G. NEWTON, Sec.
Vititing brwtbrwa welcome.
First National Bank
J. M. FINGER ...... President
KD. Dl MONTEL.....Vice-President
HORACE BRADLEY .... Cashier
CHAR. FINGER -•••«* Ass’t, Cashier
■THE INCREASING BUSI-
1 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 aceommtxlations as is
consistent with sound bank'
W. H. Windrow.
Buy Goodyear and Fisk |>r»
take no chance as ^
than pleased. A. t.
FOR SALE-P-" J*
yearling heifer. ir<> ., jt
stock in the county. • PP -
Pri„ IS00.00 A
for some one. APP‘>
Davi8> j Ford
For bargains in “?ed * #
cars, in P«r^ CO-
aMaM, (outio«li<a " ^,
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 34, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 21, 1925, newspaper, March 21, 1925; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563930/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.