The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 28, 1925 Page: 3 of 6
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„ll ANTONIO. TEXAS.
0. B. TAYLOR
I were at Schertz Sunday. Wilfrid re-
FLETCHER DAVIS ^gjned there, having been employed
,he G*r"son Mo,or
Aaaiatant Editor urd Mr;
FLETCHERIZED FARM FACTS.
Henry Franger and
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION
OLDE NEW ENG-
The songs of four centuries will
be heard on the First Day of the
Radcliffe Chautauqua, when Perry’s
Ye 01«h New England Choir will
appear- both afternoon and night.
Th s is a quartet of
and the other usual features, there
are some outstanding articles for
1 Residence 39
W. H. SMITH
The type is set for March FARM-
ING, and it will be off the press in
a few days.
Besides the regular installment
. ■■ -— ,- —«>— ----I of our great story “Zen of the Y.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1.*0 PER YEAR «™ldjr«n an<l Miss Gladys Henley of D.,” being the love story of a real.
With Fletcher*! Fannin*, $2.00 lo ewild spent a pleasant evening ! typical West Canadian Ranch girl,
. „ U-P-.^ Hondo., £
exaa, as second-class matter. “_____
Commissioner Geoige B. Terrell
warns against too much cotton for
1925. Every cotton farmer should
read it. ,
Mr. McGregor tells us how to ad-
vertise Texas to the world. Every
man who wants to see Texas develop
as she should should help circulate
_____ exceptional j this able article.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1925. speaaMzf in the son*"> Col. R. R. Claridge will entertain
--** various periods of American j and instruct in his snappy para-
• •*••••••• « Hu^toty, ir.d gives each song in the graphs.
' 1 r‘a 1 1 °-'t;un'es. It is a care j And every serious-minded person
treat for the present generation to | in this Jazzy age should read Father
,jr. 1 e t*11- interested, en- j Vernimont’s sermor.ettes, and join
. 1P7 7'* ftii-ped the emotions > that devout man in his prayer for
ot our forefathers, and the costumes better living.
correctly depicted, make them all the i The housewife will find some
handy recipes ready to her hand.
» LACOSTE LEDGERETS
• • • * • * •
From The LaCttli Lodger.
HAY STACK BURNS.
*£* YOUR EYES.
«tkf «nd Optometrist.
ms and Ranches
W. B ODOM
About 5:00 o’clock Monday even- in , . Tractive.
mg a eane-fee.1 stack belonging to The four periods contributing the j And the fourth installment in the
Mr S qUartet 'ViU Sin?<fre I SCh00l C0,Ue8t t0 Se' wh0 th*
V [ dictionary is worth any one’s reading.
t J *'eriod 1600 1 Besides the editor’s usual verse
water on same and checked it suffi- In te Puritan Period, “Barbara ; and editorial paragraphs, he writes
ciently to keep the flames from ; Allen 'jutended Ye Olde New Eng- | another sequel to the Toby Hick’s
New Year Resolution story. Read
C. J. BLESS
Carries a Complete Line
of dependable and
and all reasonably priced.
a share in your business is respectfully solicited
119 Itaiiilasrs 70 °n ^re by members of the family.
who immediately started to put
spreading until help arrived. The ’ land Meeting House, and saw ye
feed was fulled down and dragged pastor iymne out » hymne and lis-
out in the field, and no further dam-, tene• > his sermon, “Stop!! poo-
age was done.
I ! !
A pleasant surprise party was ten-
dered Max Bippert at the Sauz, Sun-
day e\ening, by a large number of
Sinner. “Tobacco’s but an Indian
Colonial Period—1700 A. D.
In ■ ■ olon.al Period “There was
a Mam’’ who refused to take “Grand-
his fViends. The evening was spent ma s An-. • ' and danced “Ye Old"
otor Windmills and
iwli.nu.| mSamnuio** •» ra*llli
ifx trtobU ii Kciim.
Iti OiMmrel will Krai il jwl M
ijuildotlUu i*'io*i iKm IrwHi.
rOnmui, mJ to* m oamk4«.
m, Hollmo,, 0 Co., rtuUOa.
i FRESH at all
in dancing and conversation,
f " ! ! !
Miss Alma Reircherzer left for
San Antonio Monday.
John L. Zuercher and family were
San Antonio visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rihn of Pear-
son were here Sunday.
Henry W. Keller of the Sauz was
a short business visitor here Satur-
Gus. A. Keller and family were
Castroville visitors Sunday.
Jacob Etter from Spindietop was
a short visitor here Saturday.
C. O. Weathers of San Antonio
was here on business Saturday.
| Mr. and Mrs. Emil Zimmerman of
Castroville were visiting relatives
) Mrs. Howard Mangold and son.,
I of Noonan are here on a week’s vis-
! it to homefolks.
Mra. Adolph Christilles and little
son, of Pearson were the guests of
Mrs. J. L. Mechler here Saturday.
, Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nehr
1 of D’Hacis a baby girl, last Wednes-
day, February 11th, 1926. Members of the local lodge of
Messrs. Alex Hitxfelder and Cha*. MiUons' their wiv*s and a few invited
Biediger were San Antonio visitors J UJl!t*d ™ celebrating G orge
Mra. J. C. Biediger and Miss Clar-
iaa Kaller were San Antonio vis-
itors last Friday.
Minuet’ with ‘ Y alike Doodle” until
her father drew “The Sword of
Bunker Hill" and said "Forget-me-
AS»iitoni-t Period—1800 A. D.
We see “Nelly Gray" “Dreaming
the Happy Hours Away” while lis
tening to the ticking of Grandfath-
er’s Clock;” along comes “Cousin
! Jebediah” thinking of the past, when
“Tenting on the Old Tamp Ground,”
“Way Down in Dixie," and as he sits
“in the Gloaming,” he thinks of the
days “When You and I Were Young,
Modern Period—1900 A. D.
The series is closed with a short
pe*iod of present-day music, pre-
sented in modern cosutmes, showing
the marked contrasts between the : ^ t-3t.
pre.-ent and past. Perry’s Choir is
an unusually attractive Chautauqua
attraction and every one is urged to
hear it at the opening sessions of
it and see the romance that can be
woven around the commonplace
doings of a plain tenant farmer.
If not a regular leader of FARM-
ING don’t miss the Match number.
It is sent a whole year with this
paper for 50 cent3, or you can get
all the numbers—including the back
| ones— containing the story of “Zen
of the Y. D.,” by sending us 25
cents and joining our Story Club.
Do it TODAY.
RANCH FOR SALE.
Four miles North of Bandera,
865 acres, 85 acres in cultivation
with several hundred acres more
tillable land; balance all pood graz-
ing land; fenced goat proof. Good
house, well and other, improvements.
300 'head of sheep and practically
all other stock goes with the place
for $25,000, Cash $12,000, balance
For further information write,
E. S. RtEBER,
WE SELL THE FAMOUS=s
AND ALL KINDS OF PUMP MACHINERY
OTTO J. WIEMERS
Route i, Phone 96§-F 23
AGENTS FIE ALAMO IB0N WORKS AT
A SAFE INVESTMENT.
Guaranteed notes, payable in
monthly installments, secured by
insured property of double value of
notes, for sale at attractive dis-
counts. Apply to
TEXAS-MEXICAN LUMBER CO.,
1425 Guadalupe Street,
29-tf. San Antonio, Texas.
| When Tou \
| Get-Ready to Build or Repair |
£ Coma io sad talk the matter over with us before buying your
| lumber elsewhere. We ore here to eorvo you—to be so useful to
£ you that you got tho habit af sending to us for all of your BUILD-
ING MATERIAL BRICK, IRON ROOFING, PAINTS, ETC.
Hondo Lumber Company
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a Cough Quick
HEALING HONEY, a
1 which stops the cough by
intimed and irritated tissues.
W GROVES O-PEN-TRATE
[Chest Colds. Head Colds sad
’ with evsry bottle of
HONEY. The salve
100 the chest end throat
ring from a Cold or Croup.
!*•«<* H»yn Httllni Hooey in-
•ere wck-i la one mitoa and the
^ tn«*»ent ii 35c.
druggist for HAYES’
Born, to Mr. snd Mrs. Adolph
Hitxfelder a baby boy, Wednesday,
February 18, 1926.
Edward and Joe Riff from Dunlay
Washington’s Birthday with an ap-
propriate program at theAuditorium
Prof. W. N. Saathoff spoke briefly
on “'Washington—the Mason.” He
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
I have made arrangements with
H. S. BULGERIN, at the HONDO
ARMY’ STORE, to buy Furs for me.
of material structures, Speculative
passed through here Saturday on Masonr> h;*8 t0 do with the buildj"K
of human character. It was in obe-
pointed out 4hat while operative Anyone having Furs to sell would d?
masonr\ has to do with the building well to get our prices before selling.
J. G. NEWTON,
their way home from San Antonio.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Biediger anJ
dience to the great principles of
A. M., Nuvam-
— 6 a. m.
11:60 a. m.
.r, , ..... 9:05 p. n.
|*V Mixed i:io a. m.
UT BOUND. i
LUmited ........ 1:62 a. m.
- 11:30 a. m.
"iul 5:35 p. m.
f ni°- Mixed 3:16 a. m.
Miss Ruby Mam were visiting rela- that Washington so shaped
his character as to be a fit instrument
in the hands of destiny to serve his
country in the great dual roles of
patriotic soldier defender and states-
man counseler and guide.
Rev. A. M. Foster, who presided
over the meeting, spoke feelingly of
Liny' 'Vl‘e“ y°U ,eel iU
•derating effect, see how
i.i ° th,‘ cheeks and how
It ®PpPt,le’ >0“ will then
tives in San Antonio Sunday^
L. M. Tondre A Sons of Castro
ville unloaded a car of lumber her -
the first of the week.
Mrs. George Haass and children
from Devine were visiting relative-
Mrs. Henry Mangold snd son,
Howard, and Mr* J. C, Biediger
were San Antonio visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Howard Mangold and sons,
and Henry Mangold visited Howard
Mangold at the Santa Rosa Infirmary
Mr. and ^rs. J. B. Rihn and sons,
and Lorenz Rihn of Castroville were
visiting Henry Biediger and family
here Sunday afternoon.
Howard Mangold underwent an
operation at the Santa Rosa Infir-
mary Wednesday morning. At this
writing he was getting along as well
as could be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mangold and
daughters, Misties Rosa and Inna,
and Clementina Biediger of Castro-
ville were visiting here last Friday
Mrs.- Henry Mangold is in San
Antonio this week, staying at the
bedside of her son, Howard, who re-
cently underwent an operation.
Messrs. Henry Gross and Herbert
Keller spent last Wednesday and
Thursday at the Gross ranch below
Mr. and Mrs. Gus .A. Keller ahd
son, Clifford, and L. Otto and daugh-
ter, Christina, were San Antonio
For Sale, 160-acre farm near town
at a bargain. Apply at The Anvil
W. J. NESTEB, Proprietor, Dealer in
Choice Fresh Meat of all Kinds
Bacon, Ham, Sausage, Etc.
HIGHEST-CASH • PRICE - PAID- FOR - HIDES
No Warm In a Healthy Child
Alt children troubled with Worm* have on un-
healthy color, which indicates poor Mood, and as a
rule, there Is more or lets etoronch disturbance.
GROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC Jiven regu-
larly (or two or three weeks will enrich the Mood,
improve the digestion, and net ne a general Strength-
the irr*vt work the Masons are doing i eolng Took to the whole eyetem. Native will then
' * . , ........ ■ , i throw off or dlsDel the worms, und the Child will be
in Tex-vs. Iho value of Masonic in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 73c net bottle
piopert- has reached an enormous
sum in Texas and the ffood wore of
caring f< r the orphans, the Widows,
the aged and the affleted of tho
fraternity is beyond computation.
Variety was given to the program
by a number of beautiful vocal se-
lections by Hondo talent, and the
evening was enlivened throughout
by instrumental numbers by Hondo s
Light refreshments of sandwiches,
cake, coffee and chocolate were serv-
ed cafeteria style to the assemblage
and was enjoyed by all.
The town and the fraternity is
better for this little get-together
FOR FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS
BEEF, PORK, VEAL, SAUSAGE
And LARD Always On hand
A. C. Thallman,
mm Y _ __ ana
BRADLEY & FINGER
Fire, Tornado, Hail, Live Stock, Automobiles, Plate Glass,
Surety Bonds, Etc.
Office at The First National Bank. Phone 105
i chiw ”ded in aynip. So
^ildrealikejt. The blood -
•boy, Mr'[y 11 8nd IRON to . visitors Tuesday.
Mu St"! *"8!,8®™"8 and Louis Biediger and
Mann and Erwin Conrad were vis-
iting Emil Nehr and family at
D’Hanis Saturday. They were ac-
companied home by Mrs. Louis
Biediger, who had spent several days
•S]™ »i,, th
Cldryrup Tonic-Laxa-'there* . i
be taktn'1 Allen, and Mrs. Lydia McG.rr were j InS
!"• It^StfmulBt. nduC5 San Antonio visitors Friday. They j fjotc, Buffalo. N. Y„ H)c tor * trial
Pleasant u" ,'£d were accompanied home by Miss, „f any -• hi- mehemes. and
' “ take’ Lucille Koontz who spent Saturday write for free medical advice
How's Your Health?
Dallas, Texas—”1 have used Dr
Pierce's Favorite Prescription for tern
inine trouble and
it lias helped me
very much, and
I have used Dr.
ery as a tonic,
to build me up
when 1 was all
rundown, a n d
found it very
beneficial I hope
will help others
also.”—Mrs. Pauline Lyles, 20l<>
Obtain Dr Pierre’s remedies nnw
trom your dealer in medicine, or send
Stop that pain!
It’« spoiling your en-
joyment and ruining
When you’re suffer-
ing from headache,
neuralgia, sciatica, ear-
ache, toothache, rheu-
matism or any other
Dr. Miles* Anti-Pain Pills
bring relief without un-
pleasant after effects.
Your druggist sells them
at pre-war prices—25 doses
25 cents. Economy pack-
age, 125 doses $1.00.
| J. R. Chancey
i FIRE, TORNADO, LIABILITY, AUTOMOBILE, PLATE
= GLASS AND BURGLARY INSURANCE
£ -SURETY BONDS-
| Office at the Hondo State Bank
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HIGH GRADE
, LAMPS and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
and can give you the correct information about the best adapted for your
service, as we make a specialty of Electrical Equipment.
HONDO LIGHT, POWER & ICE CO.
Enjoy tike convenience of Electricity.
CITY BAKERY, Hondo, Texas
GOOD, FRESH HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND ROLLS
CINNAMON ROLLS A SPECIALTY.
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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/m1/3/: accessed July 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.