The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1932 Page: 4 of 9
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• LOCAL AND PERSONALS *
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Anything in bnilding line. HONDO
LUMBER CO. 2*-lt
Tell your real estate want* t.»
Hondo Land Co. tf
L. J. Bruek?, lawyer; office ever
Green Tag Store. tf
Fresh fish and oysters every day
in season. Favorite Cafe.
Store N ews
Mr. ar • Mrs. Herman Hast r.beck
erJ V **i-c-arct and Mary L'.nr
feld a!’ of ^ar Antonio, sterna ft >'n
Hondo ci «day morning or* their way
t •’•’•'are the Misses I.'«g-
feid enje/t-i a family gatVring.
Later Mr. and M>. Haser.bec with
Herman M ehius took a spin through
Vandenberg. New Fount: in and
Quihi. The shove mentioned re-
turned to San Antonio late >n the
Pest on the market. Nestles Meth-
od for permanents twist or Cat <m?r»l
wind $6.00 to $7.00 complete, dress-
ed :n ra‘ r rr finger waves. Mari-
rtl’c Method for rour-e of six fr-cials
rt reduced pric"s. Marinel’o face
cream; . - an. loth ns and powder,
r-n** 1 iter. Heir cutting tint-
hr -hamn* cnp. ■ ,.iTl treatment, etc.
1. M»:7-S* PvU’TY FHOrPE.
Vr. t ; Mrs. Leu D< cker h d as
t; - jr: •-*« Fur.’ey. M 'r.d ’?*•«.
r. N. F-w'er Mrs. C6rtc. Wur1 ?. h,
Mr--. Maynard and daughter. Mi-sea
Jessie end Minnie. Miss Dorothy
Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G :fi-n,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stout, and Mr.
H. Garlirgtor of San Antonio.
REMEMBER WHEN YCU ARE
IN NEED OF GOOD, SERVICE-
ABLE WORK CLOTHES PRICED
REASONABLE. GET THEM AT H.
Z. BULGERIN S.
Official Statement of the Financial
Cond lien of
HIE HOMMI STATE BANK
At Hondo, State of Texas, at the
close of business t* e fist day j t
December, 1931, published :n the
Hondo Anvil Herald, a newspaper
(printed and published at Hondo,
S!a‘e of Texac on the 15th day of
January, 19 52.
No-Sag-Gates. HONDO LUMPER
Kuhn’s Feint and Varnish.
DO LUMBER CO. 24lt
Corn s unit.. S iV at WINDROW
Jsn. I Cih to -3rc
Charter No. 1059.
' Official Statement of Financial Con-
dilion of the
O'HANIS STATE BANE
At D’Hanis, State of Texas, at the
». ............. r]ose of business on the 31st day
All kinds of drinks, at CARLE’S ( f pecember. 1931‘ Published in the
CONFECTIONERY. 33*tf- Anvil Herald, a newspaper printed
Hugo Fa"’ wrs a business ca! ‘ r ar(j published at Hondo, S^ate of
at this office Siturday. Texas, on
j e. Murrhv was a business call- 1932.
er at this office Tuesday.
antonio, February i,
$?5 00 Offered For Be,t j|
Many Supporter, R„||y u
Goods offered in this Sale
will appeal to ail— father
mother, children, and for the
home. Come to th.s Sale. We
can list below only a few of
the many bargains.
RUBBING ALCOHOL on
Full pint... OZJL
H1N,"E PILLS IQ
Bottle of 100 *I7L
NYAL FOUNTAIN OH-
1 AR • APORIZING rn
NYNAFS Sanitary rn
Pads, 2 for OUC
50c Nyal Furniture
Polish ........ OUL
With pair Rubber Gloves Free.
50c WAVE SET AND PA
COMB, both D\Ji*
50c NYAL Tooth Brush (fl
35c, or 3 for ...-. V *
10c Nyal Hardwater QQ.
Soap, dozen OJ/V»
Cadillac Playing Cards OQr
Bridge Size.....- OVl,
50c Nyseptol Tooth OC.
ALARM CLOCKS 0gc
VICEROY WATCH 0gc
Pocket Knife and CQm.
Shaving CreaTn for Oi/v*
2 25c Tubes Colgate’s OC-
Tooth Paste for
Palm, live Shaving Cream
and Tube Colgate’s DC-
Tooth Paste OaJlr
Bottle Vaseline Hair
Tonic and Tube Col-
offers a new series
Loans and Discounts,
on personal ir eollat-
eial security ....
l.oa;,s secured by real
Other bonds and stocks
Real Estate nv. ned,
other than b inking
Cash in bank
Due from appro*, d re-
Due from other b uks
and bankers, su' ject to
check on dopin' !
Frr'h fi?v "rrl oyMcrs day
in season. Fcvorite Cafe-
Miss Ckdi'is Eu-ue«t of U'a’ri'- lS
the guest of he- ’Tarn. Mis- M ynr
$ p 1,572.50 Ea-nes* th;v week.
Eighteen acre field, east «t Hondo
on highway to r nt for lb -2. Ap-
ply to H. E. nar.ss Hoado.T'-xns.
For Hi a2stor.es and .Monument*
A State-wide meeting wjj] ,
in San Antonio, February 22r*i ]
2 P. M to indorse John V e. K
■k« ,5,h d** ic tirh.t. Th.
at the City Auditorium *nd »nisZ|
of prominent speakers will k« .
hand. It will be a Democratic »«,,*!
ly and no reserved seats. An .v' 1
50,007.35 who believe that John Game* !;
Texts is the man to lead the (w
Lorn* and discounts,
on personal or collat-
Lorr . cured by real
Sect ritie> of U. S.. any
State or political sub-
division thereof „
Other bonds and stocks
or H*adstc:.»b aim Monuments F^“^re'"nd' Fixtures
see Wm. Newmann, Agent for Nagel jn Bank
Bros. Fre "ricksburg, Texas. 36-tf.
from Jr 16th to 23rd inclusive.
Fig bargain.-; at WINDROW S DEI G
Cash in Bank
Due from approved re-
For Rent—The Broer cottage in
the nor*!; stern part of town. Four C;>p;tal Stock
rooms. ’ electric light. $7.00 per Surplus Fund
month. P’mne 127 or
vil Herald office. tf
30.00 . 00
gate’s Tooth Paste
Pint Thyborine and 50< E^Qr
West Tooth Era? v. « L*
$i Gillette It: - r, T > b< 3-
Treutrarnt for Double ( hin
and Sagging Muscles.
IT^OR you, wherever you live. Rath-
j4 ecu Mary (Juinlan, Stylist in
Beauty, ha* devised a new gcrie* of
snort treatment* for the effective care
of your *kin at home.
Mi** Quinlan say*: "My syntem i«
so incredibly simple, you can follow it
easily. Each treatment require* only
two preparations, yet it i* scientifi-
"The treatment* in this new aerie*
arc for Complete Cleansing; for Seim-
tific Nourishing; for Double Chin and
Sagging Muscle*; for Blackhead* and
Large Pore*; for Acne; for Increased
Circulation; for Quick Rejuvenation
before Make-up: for a Perfect Finish.
"Choose and follow the treatment*
yonr »kin needs, and you will win
rich reward* in youth and loveline**.
All Kathleen Mary Quinlan'* prepara-
^ tiou* at our toilet goods counter
Capital Stock ............
Undivided Profits, net
subject to check, in-
cluding time depos-
its due in 30 days........ 126,335.93
TOTAL ...... 167,956.71
STATE OF TEXAS
County of Medina.
We, II. F. King, as President,
and J. R. Chancev, as Cashier of said
bank, each of us, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of our knowledge and belief
H. F. KING, President,
J. R. CHANCEY, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to befor*
me this 7th day of January, A. D.
(L. S.) HENRY MERRIMAN,
Notary Public, Medina County, Tex-
W. G. MUENNINK,
D. H. FLY,
Linotype Operator—- wants place;
beginner. ' .st finished 8 mo. course
fair speed and mechanical knowledge,
two m o:v practical experience.
Addrc? perator, Hearld Offi’e.
Hondo, T> as.
v;.< M> . Routt was a
ca’ . .s office Tuesday. Friends
1 of the Routt family will he sorry to
i learn that Mrs. Routt continues quite
Q I .1/1/ tDTJ *--I" -----
i An Undivided profits, net
apply at An- [ndivulua| Deposits
subject to check, in-
cluding time deposits
due in 30 days.....
Time Certificates of
Ca-hier’s Checks Out-
TOTAL ......... $
business GRAND TOTAL $
STATE OF TEXAS,
County of Medina.
We, E. Zander, as President, and
as the guest of
feeble since sustaining injuries from d/sininly^sw^
a fall some months ago. t^at t),e above statement is true to
Mi Ava and Armor Lee the be. t of our knowledge and belief
Emb„y »,1 Mr. n.,« >1«Phy »-
San Antonio were visitors here Sun-1 , ,
Mis. Ava remained Subscribed and sworn to before
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ™ ^ 8th ^ Januar>'’ A' D'
(Sea!) ALF. ZINSMEYER,
IS YOl’R INSURANCE MAN, Notary Public. Medina Co., Texas.
! ONE WHO LIVES AMONG YOU; CORRECT—ATTEST:
OR ONE JUST PASSING THRU? j
For Every Form of Insurance
See O. H. MILLER, Hondo, Tnxas.
Since 1907. i ___ _
Ch s. Krenmueller was a business
caller at this office Tuesday and re- Renewed and new subscribers
newed for both of our papers, taking this paper for the past week are
advantage of FARMING’S club rates follows:
with the Freie Presse. Mr. Kren- J
mueller has a threshing announce-
ment elsewhere in this issue.
H. E. Haats, Attorney-at-Law,
Surveyor’s Office, Courthouse, Hon-
do, Texas. All legal matters care-
500.00 crats to victory in 1932 are coro' H
invited to attend this rally. stni:
, 11,175.00 support is being given thi, mn^
by men of National repuution a5i
6000.00 thousands of his loyal friends in 1tS
4 2’6 40 8 a,'e t‘arnt>st in tkeir ^PPortto*
’ “ ‘ this real Democrat placed before 8*
16.089.13 National convention. Many Gamer
--- f.ir Pre ident C Ts .re being
$ 88,879.13 i . ii over the State.
$ 88,879.13 The Uvalde Garner for President
Club is offering a cash prize of $25!
for the best slogan 1 t exeeedjgl
10,000.00 ten words on “Garner for President" 1
11 387 64 I vtters should be addressed to the!
club at Uvalde, Texas.
SINGLE COMB RHODE ISLAND
7,789.32 Anl now booking orders forest?:
92.67 a,ui buby chicks from my pens of the!
_ very best Reds. Start with the bet
88.879.13 and then you won’t be Oissapomtii
88.879.13 Let me help you start. Can supply i
Write foi prices; none better,
tf BRUCE PHILLIPS,
Box 12, Jourdanton, Texss.
QUIHI GUN CLUB
SATURDAY N1TE, JAN. 23.
Beauty Parlor !
fully attended to, in all courts of
Texas. Manager Medina County Ab- j
stiact Company. Road Maps of Me-
dina County, cloth. $5: paner. $3. tf
The people from Hondo who at-
tended the mtetirg of the Castro Col-
ony Historical Society at Castroville
Uunday were Mr. S. A. Jungman,
Prof. W. N. Saathoff, Mr. and Mrs.
H. V. Hasps, Sr.. Judge and Mrs.
H. E. Haass, Mrs. Fletcher Davis and
?rir.se? re P= v’a and Irene Haars.
Where you will find everything
advertised for sale in a
good Drug Store.
666 Liquid cr Tablet* used internally
Irnd 666 Salve externally, make a
[ romplt te and effective treatment
$5 OCO IN CASH PRIZES
A*k Your Druggist for Particular*
OIIM THE CROWD /
,eethe Seasons B|(i5[-ST SHOW
Phone 127 when you need printing.:
Pee Hondo Land Co. to buy nil
Cement and lime. HONDO LIK- j
bER CO. 24-lt;
Farms and Ranches for sale, Dr,;
0. B. TAYLOR, Realtor. 27-tf j
Fresh fish and oysters every day
LISTON E ZANDER, in season. Favorite Cafe.
JACOB RREILY.’ r°me t0 the ‘S<ale al WINDROW’S;
Directors. Ket the bargains and save. It
Fruits and candies of all kinds.it
CARLE’S CONFECTIONERY. 33-tf
to Mr. Ben Sehuehling paid this of-
as fice an appreciated call this morn-
Mr. Otto Haegelin of Castroviilt
was a pleasant visitor at this office
Yoh can save money on your new
paper and magazine subscriptions !j,
letting us handle it for you.
For Rent—two light housekeeping
rooms, gas. etc., near scboolhouse.
Ring 215 or see M’ s W. J. Ney. k
YOU CAN GET WORK SHOES
TO FIT YOUR FEET AND YOUR
POCKET BOOK AT H S BULGER-
Miss Louise Metzger was an if
preciated caller at this office this
morning and renewed her subscrip-
tion to this paper.
| For Rent—The C. F. Haass ret-
: tage, one block from High ■ a °‘
building, on graveled treet, '*
rooms, hath, screened sleeping pare--
wired for electric light; and P-P-
for gas; all newly ceiled and painted;
large gr.rage and a large lot. ‘
Anvil Herald office or phone 12'-
The ['nils* D.*Jt* New reacts
Hondo at 10:07 o’clock A. M- «'
d»v f publication. The Ne
the daily paper par-excellence WT
Texas. Try it and yon will ^ ^
vinted. Hand or send vour m
tion to us and get FLETCHTR
FARMING free—both r**p<rs f°r 1
price of one.
A. Powell, Hondo.
Henry Batot. Hondo
Robt. A. Saathoff, Hondo
Andrew Haby, Riomedina
Henry Vonflie, Castroville
Aug. J. Mangold, Castroville
Joe A. Bader, Castroville
E. A. Wurzbaeh, San Antonio
Miss F,. C. Ihnken, Castroville
Otto Haegelin, Castroville
Joe L. Tondre, Castroville
Mrs. Adolph Tondre, Castroville
Jacob Reinhart, Sabinal
Ford. Nester, D’Hanis
Aug. Saathoff, D’Hanis
Mrs. Chas. Woodhead, Lowell, Wis. i
Hy. Reitzer, Yancey
Arthur J. Meehler. LaCoste
A. E. Jungman. LaCoste
Mrs. Joe Zerr, San Antonio
W. B. Odom. Hondo
Mrs. J. H. Pluck, Hondo
J. E. Mur hy. Hondo
Cha;. Krenmueller, Dunlay
Miss Mae Routt, Hondo
Ed. Riff. Dunlay
E. A. Bendele, Dunlay
University of Texas, Austin.
FOR A PRIZE
$1000.00 in cash prize* and one thou-
sand other prize* are offered for ex-
ample* of skill with a jackknife. Entrie*
may be any kind of model, figure or
apecial carving, requiring skill and in-
genuity, made entirely of wood, and
with no other tool* than a jackkrufe.
TMtd Ms*.................. *7*
Fowtk Mi*................. J50
And aim therr are twrmy-Svr »10 priiri and
ifl* of $1.00 neb. In idditmn, 1000 *recuj
mkkmvn will be dwuibutfd to ill winner* of
cub *w»nl* and to thcet receiving bcmouble
mention. In ate of tie* duplicate pritt* will be
All rule* md detail* of tin* conteit m In the
tom* of Popular Mechanic* Magaunt now on wle.
Buv a copy »t *nr newwtand or conault one at
rnr latairy. You do not have to be . regular
t00 E**t Ontario Strati CHICAGO, ILL.
IN OUR CLEARANCE OF ALL BLANKETS
Included are All-wool and part wool Blankets, hay,
but they’re good to • .-riuggle under” these crisp
January nights and what bargains at the price.
$2.50 BLANKETS $1.98
2.95 BLANKETS 2.36
3.75 BLANKETS 2.98
5.95 BLANKETS 4.76
95c FELT HOUSE-SHOES 76c
$1.50 FELT HOUSE-SHOES $1.20
$2.00 FELT HOUSE-SHOES $1.60
Starting Thursday jan.m.^
RKO VAUDEVILLE «
favorites _ of the Radio
FIELDS 6 BELL EARL. JACK#BETTY
Fiohtinq for fun II 'Rollin Q QtoPiny
ARTIE E.EWII .
and PEGGY AMEf ^90r^°
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DAVE SMASOH ft ;
O^pHEST^ st anop; r. 'l *
$2.25 SWEATERS $1 80
2.50 SWEATERS 1.98
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Will Be In Hondo
H. C. REES
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, January 15, 1932, newspaper, January 15, 1932; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth564683/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.