The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 28, 1925 Page: 4 of 6
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COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Local, Personal and Business Items from
This Busy Burg
CA8TKOVILLE, FEBRUARY 26, IQ2H
HUEHNER. Loenl R«^M.uih«
News or business matter for this pace for the week’s issue should be
submitted to Mr. Huehner or mailed direct to us at Hondo not later than
Wednesday night of eaeh week.
Just received a fresh line of We have just received a well as-
Penny and box candies. Also dates sorted line of men’s. Ladies’ and Chil-
The following deeds were record-
ed the past week:
J. G. Heyen to Tomas Gonzalez
lot No. 8. block No. 3. Lamm Addi-
tion to the town of Hondo. Con-
Adela Santos et. al. to Pancho
Esparza, 160 acres, S. quarter sec-
tion No. 104, certificate No.
All the boys and g'rls of this
community should come to the
Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday school
next Sunday at 0:30 o'clock a. in.
; Regular divine service in the Ger-
man tongue Sunday morning at
10:30 o’clock at the Quihi Lutheran
Church. All are cordially welcome
Immediately after the froenoon
service at Bethlehem Lutheran
Church the Ladies’ Aid Society will
hold a brief meeting. All members
are kindly requested to be present.
A series of very intersting Lenten
1-57 services will be held in the Quihi
i Lutheran Church during the Lenten
Mary i season.. The fi|8t -of these services
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cheap. we alw 1 *’
4,1 kinds of lUt* **“ ,
and figs. Castroville Mercantile Co.1
Joe Spettle was here from Rio-
Mrs. Ida Bendele and son, Charlie,
of San Antonio visited relatives here
Capt and Mrs. C. V. Behan and
two children. Jean Eiain and Montel,
of Ft. Sam Houston ar,d Mrs. Ed
de Montel of Hondo visited L.
Schener and family here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin E. Isom, Mrs.
Louis Scherrer and Miss Octavia
Davis attended the recital at Our
Lady of the Lake Friday night where
Mrs. Isom and Miss Octavia took
part in the recital.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Keller and chiL
dren of LaCoste were visiting rela-
tives here one day this week.
Frank Wurzbaeh and little son of
Cliff visited relatives here Thurs-
Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s
Hats; also Infants Caps at Castro-
ville Mercantile Co.
John Burger of near LaCoste was
a business visitor here Friday.
Mrs. Josie Hans of Riomedina is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. August Tschir-
hart here for several weeks.
Adolph Wurzbaeh, a sockman of
Cliff was a business visitor here Fri-
Mrs. August Wurzbaeh and daugh-
ters, Mrs. Chas. A hr and Miss
Amanda Wurzbaeh, were here from
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Balzen of
Sturm Hill visited Mr. and Mrs.
August Tschirhart, Jr., here Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. John Strieker of San
Antonio visited Miss Emma Kous and
-Hr. and Mrs. Louis Fous here Thurs-
For your dried fruits, such as ap-
ples, apricots, peaches, pears and
raisins, all new and fresh, see Cas-
troville Mercantile Co.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tschirhart and
children of Yellow Banks visited
A. 0. Beck and brother of Rio-
medina were here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Balzen »nd
two children of Stum Hill were
visitors here Saturday.
Robert E. Haby of Riomedina was
a visitor here one day this week.
L. W. Burrell and sons, Robert
and William, were here Friday from
their ranches on business.
Mrs. Adolph Biediger and daugh-
ter of Bader Settlement were shop-
ping here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haby and lit-
tle daughter and son of Riomedina
visited here Saturday.
Miss Josephine Jungman was here
from San Antonio Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Hutzler and
daughter of Dunlay visited here Sun-
Come in and see our line of
Ladies’ and Children’s Dresses; also
a nice line of Rompers for the little
Tots. Castroville Mercantile Co.
Miss Thelma Hutzler ahd brother
of Dunlay were trading here Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Tondre from
near LaCoste were visitors here Sat-
Louis Wurzbaeh, a stockman of
Riomedina was a visitor here Satur-
We are glad to Teport that the
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Haby is doing nicely after an
operation for appendicitis in a San
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Callahan and
two children have moved here from
Bandera and are living in the Hans’
house on the east side. Mr. Callahan
has charge of the Highway grade
work and we welcome the family to
our little town.
Carl Cobb, and family and Alice
Rihn were here from San Antonio
Get our prices on com, oats and
cane seed before you sell. Castio-
ville Mercantile Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tschirhart
were San Antonio visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Tondre and two
children of San Antonio spent Sun-
day here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Burrel and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Haby of
Riomedina were trading here Mon-
Mrs. J. T. FitzSimon spent sev-
eral days in San Antonio visiting hoi
daughter, Mrs. Robert L. FitzSimon.
Get your garden seed and seed
potatoes at Castroville Mercantile I
dren’s shoes at a very low price.
Castroville. Mercantile Co.
Mts. Ben Kempf and son, Ulrich,
of East side, were shopping here Sat-
Alvin Droiteourt has been laid up
with LaGrippe this week.
Mr. August Holhauz has been very
sick this week.
block No. 5, range No. 4, town of
Castroville. Consideration, $2,000.
Paul E. Tondre and wife to Aug.
Etter, 121 1-2 acres, survey No. 42
1-3, J. M. Ray, and survey No. 23,
C. S. D. & R. G. Ry. Co., Jacob
Fritz. Consideration $3,037.50.
Heirs at law of Leo and Katherine
, Tschirhart to August L. Tschirhart.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Keller moved to lots Nog 3t 4 and 5. block No. 3,
LaCoste this week where they will ranfe >jo. with improvements
reside. We regret very much to lose
Mr and Mrs. Keller, but wish then.
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church every Wednesday night until
Good Friday. All are invited and
prosperity in their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Mehr and three
little daughters of Bader Settlement
were shopping here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Moehring
and baby were here from Bader Set-
Mrs. John Bubble and two sons,
were here from their ranch Friday.
Mr. and Mr*. Henry Reus and Mrs.
Koenig from near LaCoste visited
Mrs. W. Kralick here one day this
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steinle and
daughters of Dunlay visited here one
day this week.
Mrs. Albert Kempf and son,
Clement, were trading here Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. George Burrell of
Yellow Banks were shopping here
Mrs. Chas. Brown and children of
Yancey visited Mrs. George Noonan
Ben Sittre was here from Rio-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Groff and
little son, Chas. Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Meyer and Mrs. Oscar Reus
and children of this place took a
trip to Seguin the middle of the week.
Mrs. Reus joined her husband, who is
working there, while*"the others re-
turned in the vening.
Justice Court was grinding Fri-
day and Saturday.
Messrs. Fred Jagge, Emil Groff and
Maiior. Hans, left Monday for the
Jagge ranch where they will build
several miles of fen,ce.'
Some of our young folks attend-
ed a dance at D’Hanis Saturday
The last dance until after Lent,
Sunday night, at the Electric Park
was largely attended and much en-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Groff, moved
to the Greven farm Monday.
Mrs. Fred Sittre of Riomedina is
reported seriously ill..
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Balzen of
Sturm Hill weft?’ Castrdvflle busi-
ness visitors Saturday.
Jack Burrell was a business visitor
to Hondo Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown were
Castroville visitors Monday.
Mrs. Leslie Howard of Pearson was
a Castroville visitor Tuesday.
When in need of barbed wire,
smooth wire, wire netting, window
screening, Harness and Saddles or
any thing in Hardware get our prices
before you buy. Castroville Mer-
town of Castroville.
Heirs at law of Leo Tschirhart and
wife deceased, to Joe L. Tschirhart,
lot No. 1, block No. 1, range No. y,
with all improvements, town of Cas-
troville. Consideration, $600.00.
■ Heirs at law of Leo Tschirhart and
wife, deceased, to Ida Ahr, lot No.
2, and' part of lot No. 3, block No.
1, range No. 9, with improvements,
town of Castroville. Consideration,
L. T. Spencer et. al. to H. B.
Stanfield, 138 2-3 acres, survey No.
37, W. E. Jones. Consideraton,
Steve Vaccarezza to Blanche Vac-
carezza, lot No. 16, Seekatx Red Cove
Subdivsion of survey No. 79 1-2, F.
P. Seekatz. Consideration, $1,050.00.
C. W. Moore and wife to S. J.
Moore, 21 acres, survey No. 179,
certificate No. 151, abstract No. 855,
John Schriber. $1, love and affection
and other valuable considerations.
Louis Biry and wife to Frank J.
Biry, W. one-half an acre sold to
Louis Biry by Louis Mangold. Con-
J. C. Newton and wife to J.
Nixon Wilson and wife, 450 acres,
survey No. 509, Wm. P. Scott. $1
love and affection and other valuable
F. G. Muennink et. at. to William
Steinhardt, 5 23-100 acres, survey
No. 22 3-4, abstract No. 1405, Chas.
de Montel, Jr. Consideration, $3,-
August Etter to And. W. Martin,
120 acres, W. part of survey No.
393, Jacob Fritz, J. D. Gillis and Ed
do Montel. Consideration, $3,000.00.
Medina Mercantile Co., to Paul
Jungman, lots Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4,
block No. 12, town of LaCoste. Con-
Annie E. Scott to Ben H. Kelby,
50 acres, east end of a 200 acre
tract of land situated in Medina
County. $1 and other considerations.
should attend these services.
On March 8th Rev. H. Krause cf
Maxwell will be here for a regu! »r
official visitation of the Quihi and)
New Fountain Lutheran Churches.
Rev. Krause is a distinjguised official
of the First Texas Lutheran Synod.
On the said date he will preach an
English sermon at 10:30 a. m. in
the Quhi Lutheran Church and r»
Ge nian sermon in the New Fountain ,
Lutheran Church at 2 p. m. All are
cordially invited to come and hear
this distinguished pulpit orator.
On the night of March 8th the
Quihi Luther League will render its
regular monthly program. This pro-
gram promises to be very interest-
ing and entertaining. The follow-
ing numbers have been scheduled
for this occasion. Two selections bv
the church choir; literary numbers
by Mr. Alfred Oefinger, Miss Pauline
Graff and Bessie Hartmann; ad-
dress by Mr. Walter Balzen; De-
clamation by Miss Ella Neumann;
musical numbers by Mr. Oscar Keit-
zer (cornet,) vocal by Misses Bertha
Oefinger and Annie Schuehle and Mr.
Arthur Grell; a lecture by the
pastor. The regular monthly league
meeting will be held immediately
after the rendition of the program.
SAY “BAYER ASPIRIN’’ and j
Unless you see the “Bayer Cross” on tablets,
not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin pJ
by millions and prescribed by physicians 24
Accept onty ‘ Bayer” package which contains proved
Handy "Haver” boxes of It tablets— Alan bottles of 24 ig| 1
iTlrto to Ike treOe Belt ef Beyer Meeefertere «f <]
PLANTS FOR SALE.
Best varieties of Cabbage, Tomato,
Beets, Lettuce and other plants at
10c per dozen; Sweet Peppers at
20e per dozen. Reduction made on
lots of 100 or more.
MRS. H. B. TAYLOR, Hondo, Tex.
1-dining room suite.
1-Bed room suite.
1- White enamel Kitchen Cabinet.
2- Ice boxes.
30-2t PAUL WEYNAND.
YOUNG LADY WANTE!
assist in housework while attending a bu
SCHOLARSHIP IN SHORTHAND - TV IK WRITING
BOARD, ROOM FURNI8HED FREE.
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR AN EDUCATION WITHOUT I
COMPETENT AND WILLING LADY OR GIRL.
ADDRESS QUICK TO J. F. FERRY. 511 BRADY BLOC,]
The following licenses to wed
were granted the following couples
the past week:
Mr. Lucian S. Ward and Miss
Artie Berry, February 21.
Mr. Dan R. Miller and Miss Edna
Christine Britsch, February 24.
Mr. Wm. Bryant Summers and
Miss Josie Weber, February 24.
Mr. Harry H. Balzen and Miss
Esther Annie Mathilda Helmke, Feb-
Before selling your shelled corn it
will pay you to get prices from the
FARMERS UNION WAREHOUSE
CO., Telephone 72.
FOR SALE.—Miller Dwarf Broom
Corn Seed, guaranteed pure, 8 cents
per 100-pound lots, f. o. b. Devine.
Phone 961, Hondo, ring 3. HENRY
BENDELE, P. O. Devine. 25-7t.
!■ Internal Medicine fer the pad
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will b« et
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
MARCH S. 6. 7
Office Hour*: 10 e. m. to 4 p. m
•AM ANTONIO. TVXAS
Represented by the HONDO B0TTLH6I
IN SAN ANTONIO
THREE DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Coniultation
My Overland touring car for sale
at a bargain. Must sell in a short
30-tf. P. H. RENKEN.
FOR SALE—Eggs for hatching,
from pure-bred Barred Rocks. $1.50
per setting of 15. MRS. FLETCHER
The flnt daw aatoaiab«i the iavalU,
■Mae immediate relief, rniktinf
bowel* and diteathro or* ant, indue ins
J^l^aSaKM^ uaUi“ an^o^t
CM. tW^SOVES rigour.onmet.b«. Me. ,jcenged by the gu,t(J of Tpxas.
does not operate for chronic ap-
pendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of the
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
H* has to his credit wonderful re-
sults in diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, wn?ak lungs, rheumatism,
seiatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail-!
Below are the names of a few of |
his many satisfied patients in Texas.
Mrs. T. P. Gunnel, Cameron, Tex.,!
J. M. Oldham, Montalba, Tex.,
stomach and heart trouble.
Doc Greer, Stamps, Ark., tuber-
cular glands in neck.
Mrs. J. D. Edgar, Texas City, neu-
C. E. Reuderick, Marion, Tex..
H. L. Otto, Reisel, Tex., appendi-
STOP THAT ITCHING
, If you suffer from any form of
■kin diseases such as Itch. Eczema,
Tetter or Cracked Hands, Poison Oak,
Ring Worm, Old Sores or Sores on
Children. We will sell you • Jar of
BLUE STAR REMEDY on • guar-
antee. It will not stain your clothing
and has a pleasant odor.
SOLD BY W. H. WINDROW.
St. George Hotel
Where you will feel at home.
If only to spend the day in
Dallas, make our large lobby
and our spacious parlors your
170 Rooms, 60 baths.
$1.50 per day and up.
In the center of the business
August Hendricks, Roscoe, Tex.,'
Remember above date, that con-i
sultation on this trip will be free and :
that his treatment is different. •
Married women must be accom-
panied by tneir husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
Read FARMING—one year with
this paper for only 6Uc more.
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Wc Bug and Sail.
1211-13 W««t Comaaorco Sir—t,
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Prompt Attention Given Tele«r»ph AJ(f|
A full line of Plant* for tko garden — ___.
HUGO GROTE CA„
NEW AND SLIGHTLY J
SAN ANTONIO. Ttff
Phono, Travie 2SSS,
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.