The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 28, 1925 Page: 1 of 6
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COME TO THE CHAUTAUQUA
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The Hondo Anvil Herald
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H0ND0- MEDINA COUNTY. TEXAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY
VOL. 39 No. 31
LOCAL / PERSONAL
__ 3, 4 and 5
, sleeps—Holloway Bros.
!den s«fd—Holloway Bros.
_. every dav. SOUTH SIDE
»t Olswanger’s and bank the
save by buying at
; it at Windrow's Drug ftora.
ne 124. tf
SIMON'S BEDS AND SPRINGS
»nd Road Wagons In stock
The Mississippi Free Lance is a
"jrile and interesting weekly publish-
ed at Jackson, Mississippi, by Ex-
OpYedadr Thee. G. Bflbo. It is $2.00
» Tsar and worth the money to any
man who enjoys reading vigorous,
forceful literature. Besides yout l ,0*'ars
subscription will help the Governor 1 ®105-
in his worthy ambition to again serve
his people as their governor. Help
him by sending your subscription for
our club offer and get both the
Free Lance and FARMING for $2.00,
the price of the Free Lance alone.
Send your subscription to either
paper and ask for both papers.
Louis Gross, LaCoste stock farm-
er, was a business caller at this of-
fice Tuesday. Mr. Gross is one
farmer who is not worried over the
delayed rains. While an extensive
dry land farmer also, he has a large
acreage of irrigated land in the
Medina Irrigation district and what
the drouth destroys on the dry land
will be snore than compensated for
Don’t miss that number.
Garden Seed—Holloway Bros.
Mr. J. B. Hurt, after about a
twenty-year connection with the
Hondo Telephone Exchange, has been
i transferred to Seguin and together
J with his family will take up his res-
idence in that city, the first of the
- ----- —......« While connected
' atch for the new Chevrolet. 29-It with the local exchange, Mr. Hurt
Fish Fridays. SOUTH SIDE CAFE. h?8 ;,Iso striv«n to give the patrons
Atwater-Kent-Radios — Holloway
Hot and Cold Drinks
A New Line of Voiles, Voiles and
Silk Crepes. C. J. BLESS.
A new stock of Ladies Coats and
of his company the best possible ser-
vice and the transfer comes as a re-
ward for long and valuable service
rendered. While the people regret
, t!ic departure of Mr. Hurt and fanr
CARLE S Hy, all wish for them happiness and
prosperity in their new home.
H. E. Haass, Attorney-at-Law,
Surveyor’s Office, Courthouse, Hon-
do, Texas. All legal matters care-
Willard Batteries, the best battery
made. C. R. GAINES & SON 26-tf.
LOST—On February 14, between
Hondo and Quihi, one ladies’ hand
bag, containing money. finder
please notify A. G. BRUCKS, Hondo.
Texas, Tel. 49-J. 31-lt.
ROBERT'S Barber Shop
FIRST CLASS WORK
Ladies’ and Children’s Hair
Bobbing a Specialty.
Sweaters at LEINWEBER’S. tf. j fully attended to, in all courts of
A-l Bargains in used cars. We! Tm*** ManagerMedinaCountyAb-
need the room. Gaines A Sm. 26. i ^r*ct Company. Road Maps of Me-
•ludge Peter Hoog was over from
Castroville Monday on official busi-
dina County, cloth. $5. paper. $3. 15
Milton Batot, one of Hondo's rep-
resentatives at the A. A M., spent
last Sunday in New Orleans with
the advance class in architecture of
Mrs. Toby Sauter underwent an
Mene Huesser *• | by enhancement in value of the pro-
r Spring Goods commencing to i ducts of the irrigated lands.
,t Obwanger’s. 23-tf.’ Rev Fathtr jame, Marsollier for-
in G. Brutks was down fiom his j merly of this place but now station-
.. ranch Wednesday. | ed at LaCoste was a business visitor
New Line of Voiles, Voiles and! to Hondo Tuesday. He informs the
Crepes. C. J. BLESS. Anvil Herald that extensive iin-
_ SALE- -Dwarf Maize seed, P'ovements are being made on the
mteed puie. Telephone 952F5 L:*Uoste Catholic Church, improve-
for Red Seal Money with which are going to make it
[y purchase at Olswanger’s. 23., °* ftnMt church*8 «'est of
i I Sun Antonio.
■1 Bargains in used cars. We ....
Last Monday Ma-ter Sergeant and
Mrs. M. K. Hansen
the room. Gaines 4c Son. 26.
iBBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE
iy to Mrs. H. B. TAYLOR. 26
1 Bargains in used cars. We
the room. Gaines & Son. 26.
Louisiana Oysters, in can*.
Hamer's next Friday. 20
A Bader have good values
id Hand Cars—Dealers in
SALE—I am selling the fur>-
at the Hy. Kothc House
Schulte wa« over from
Tutidav and paid this office
Belle Journey was here Wed-
frojn San Antonio visiting her
Mr*. Irvin Frerichs.
■ SALE—Some choice Honey
Seed. Telephone No. 950F2,
1ING BROS. 30-3t.pd.
Charles Stiegler was in town
iy on business and while
favored this office with an ap-
your longstaple Big Boll
maturing Anton cotton plant-
*d at the Farmers’ Union
louse C0, 29-.1t.
received, the world’s best A
assortment of Balloon Tires,
^n’ ^ • S. and Goodyears. C.
JNES & SON.
pond Schott of Rinmedina and
|ore HabyofSan Antonio, while
Monday for the races, favored
In a business call.
[heona Hasten of San Antonio
P. Arlhur TV'esphal, student of
r*®> visited with n— 1
F,!«ad at Qu-.hi
of Fort Sant
Houston motored out from San An-
tonio and spent several hours pleas-
antly with Rev. and Mrs. Has-kar!
at Quihi and where they inspected
with much interest the old Luther-
an Church, one of the landmarks of
Ben Epstein returned Tuesday
from Mission, Texas, where he had
been helping Mr. Olswanger open his
branch store. Mr. Epstein is very
much pleated with the Valley coun-
try and thinks there is a wonderful
future for It.
M. A. Chancey requests the one
who inadvertantly exchanged hats
with him at the .Masonic banquet
Monday night to see him and swan
back. Mr. Chancey won't ask any
Deieo Light Plant, globes and
Rheostat for charging storage Bat-
teries, idecl outfit for garage or
residence. A bargain, call to see and
get price. CITIZENS MOTOR CAR
Get your longstaple Big Boll
early maturing Anton cotton plai t-
ing seed at the Farmers’ Union
All kind of Candies, Fruit, and
Cigars, CARLE’S CONFECTION-
-ust received a fresh line of Box I '. —------ ““
Candies at CARLE’S CONFECTION- i °Perat,on for removal of tonsils Sat-
ERY. 24-tf ur<*av‘ The operation was success-
I want ri • i. -r i ^u* an<* Patient has been doing
i want your Chickens. Turkeys 1 v,ell
and Eggs. We pay more EARL T act t . , , ,
WATSON’S. i2-tf i LOST—Tuesday morning, a lady’s
... „ . . beaded purse. Finder will please re-
*. arVc.vs0 r0SmS,?;iX‘"Mut'"n,nk *"4
next to Post Office.
A. T. F„„t and **, Burrell ' J *£“« »' -*
wete in Hondo Monday from Castro-__
vi!le and Rioniedina. I ~~ —
Should you need dates, candies
or fruits, you will always find them
MrillencM from coast t*
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Y* M «*CW 0t :M? * An»lo<i'j--.t.p«,k,r»V-7 YC OU>C NtW CNCLANO CHOIR
(.» 1 Itndle, kn wibj.rt, with Music fr»in the I’jriun P.ri-*1 im.
£3 5w.»? »h. k ' • J t « i M* ■"*'* ,h»" ,h* br"- til th. pnxHl). with ih- wnp that
sittrSMor-"1 <kv,,,p- ihdjjht. *nd c!*ni' •* ,mot‘“n* •« -"•«*
fresh at HUTZLF.R’S. 25-tf.
Fresh fruits, candies, etc., at G.
R. HEYEN’S CONFECTTONERY,
next to the Post Office.
August E. Weynand, the Star and
Durant dealer, was a business visitor
to San Antonio yesterday.
For bargains in used Ford touring
cars, in perfect condition, see us.
CITIZENS MOTOR CAR CO.
Registered Duroc Jersey Pigs, from
2 to 1 months old. $12.50 each. J.
A. ROBERSON, llevine, Texas, 31-4t.
H. C; Rotbe and daughters, blisses
Lucy and Joaie, and M. P. Twomey
were in Hondo Thursday from D’-
Alfred A. Bader came in from
Carta Valley Friday of last week
where he has been engaged in road
construction work. He left yester-
day tor Hunt, Texas, where he has
work on the Kerrville-Rock Springs
District Clerk August Kempf re-
turned Monday from San Antonio
where he had been for some time
with his wife and daughter. Friends
of the faitiiy will regret that Mrs.
Kempf is still quite indisposed. All
w sh for her an early restoration to
■ mi Hone or mon-tins* wtmtaismeht "
MONDAY, MARCH 2nd.
The Leavenworth Case
The greatest mystery story ever
Another (good Aesop’s Fable
FRIDAY. MARCH 6th.
“The Painted Flapper”
An ultra-modern Jaisolegy.
A flapper story with a strange
twist that thrills
the pen-aad-ink vaudeville
“CRAZY QUILT OF TRAVEL”
and a CROSS WORD PUZZLE
Something you hdven’t seen on ;
the screen before.
SATURDAY MARCH 7th.
One of those good Vitagraph
A comedy that’s a scream.
THE DRAMA PLACERS
^ riLr. r,",vMk*y d',tr tcUtn t*s is- _ —iWiki w.,—
W»<H.lmnly tuciuimt 4i*mu •Wtt IWUSITANCt”
March 3rd, 4th and Sth
L*ni)<'' * *Uf*i !)a!<! us a pleasant
rSday’ Tht’ Doctor is still a
L“IVe man- despite his years,
p rheumatism from which ho
r a lr,nK time sufferer.
Ld ChHri(‘!i Wall rath and
L- "ho hate recently moved
L J,nis to ,'sa" Antonio, were
f J c oesday on business and
F relatlVe* and friends.
fcy * lar«e attendance from
\y , l' Countv at the races
L and many of the visitors re-
|r’s kj_ C, attend the Grandi
show Monday night.
I ES DLEj AND RETA,l
. Dealers In
Cteat Carload Sale
- V , •
One Car load of
Bed Star Oil teek Stoves
ON SALE AT
You can bake 19 hours on ona gallon of kerosene.
THE ONLY OIL COOK STOVE THAT BURNS LIKE
GAS, WITHOUT A WICK OR SUBSTITUTES. TWO
RINGS OF CLEAN GAS FIRE.
The RED STAR gives you in an instant clean, hot
gas heat for frying and hot gas oven for cooking. A--
easy to light as a modern city gas stove and much nor**
economical. The latest improved models of the “RED
STAR” have just arrived, and the special prices on the
different sizes, are easily within the reach of all. You
may take 12 months time to pay for the “RED STAR."
WE PAY THE FREIGHT.
$5.00 IS ALL YOU HAVE TO PAY DOWN
St. Mary’s Sts.
The New EDISON
Brings You All of Broadway
But the Bright Lights!
No longer need you journey to the Great White Way
to enjoy the finest dance music—Edison records Re-
< reate so faithfully the performances of famous
orchestras that the musicians actually seem to be present
in yeur living room.
And, in order that you may always have the latest
hits at your disposal, the Edison Laboratories release
new records as soon as manufactured. More than that
—you get annost twice as much dance music from
Edison records a.* from the ordinary kind—150 lines of
music to th - hich, instead of 90.
Gome in today and hear the latest hit.-.
C. R. GAINES
H. MILLER Sells and Buys Medina County Lands
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 28, 1925, newspaper, February 28, 1925; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth564057/m1/1/: accessed July 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.