The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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I e prii'' . it eeents, is set ton htuh;
Hut \thi*n you try to eell some day,
“Your prici' i» high" you hoar them say.
No matter what your point of view,
Th# nthrr fellow ha# hi#, too.
It « up t<> you to use your head,
N'"t tak# too seriou# what i# said.
The HONDO STATK BANK gives this advice:
Whenevi r you huy or sell, think twice.
(( opr 1927 Adam Frown Hunter) HONDO STATE BANK
MRS I I I l f! M AM IA
"F «r twenty year# I trice to free
im M*lf of stomach trouble, const ipa
tion. kidney and liver trouble," said
Mr- Ktter Manley, 1220 Weat Fifth
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Mrs I'aul Kocnir and daiinhlcr
,M,i M,,'n with Mr. and Mrs.
t*. \V A hr and daughter in San An
Mr# Wm Gnget and children
were nsitmir Mr and Mrs.f l^tuis
Wetta and family s*n Antonio
Mr. and Mrs. Frit# Droitcourt from ________________ _
Castroville were visiting Mr. and stri ct, Amarillo. "Keen specially pre-
Mia. Jos. Droitcourt here Sunday. pared foods did not digest. Gase#
f| l»r and Mr*. W. W Symington, formed and bleating pain# reettlttd
who had been living at Kcrrvillc for yjv kidney# were so weak that night
several months moved hack into ns,nus were frequent. 1 had dull
their home at Delta the past week. pH,ns across my hack, Neuritis
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. I,. Nick- gripped me and I became almost help-
ed of Spofford, Texas a baby boy, |,,s, w( tinics and suffered untold
Tuesday, October 2Hth, 11*30, Moth agony from piercing pains,
er and son doing nicely and the proud “Konjola seemed to just fit my
papa is wearing a broad smile. case. Soon aftir starting the treat*
s# t■ Us Kmngvr nnd n# Ml alter, I" mant I bann ta fat1 battar
cal painters and decorators, are giv- aft«>r finishing the treatment, 1 feel
ing the liank interior u new coat of |jk,> another person. Food now di-
I I AT 11717 A TI II7n d~\f\T\Q paint this week. as it should and I feel better
HU 1 W LA 1 HLK uUUL)j - •Mr*- V than inr‘?‘ Thl‘ PB,nvf TV'U*
♦ .Doris, of Kirn>, I exas, spi ni a i< " art rupidly leaving me. My kidneys
, hours with homefolks here last have tH.en strengthened and function
1 Thuiiday. properly. I am gaining in weight
, Mrs. Elizabeth Krisch and daugh- (iiui strength."
1 ter. Mrs. Augusta Stappanback ol p ,, t|„. Si,nil. g|a,| gwj wbanav ■
[ San Antonio were visiting Mr. and Konjola is given a leal test. Trv
1 Mrs. Andrew Keller here Wednc-j |jjjs medicine for ailments of the
day. stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels,
• 1 e F.ci.t.i frein ( astro'.il!e and his an(| rheumatism, neuritis and ner-
; brother. Fa a I Kchtle, one of our v, Jsn(,„
i1 north side armers, ware bueiweaa Ron. .. sold n Hondo, Texaa, at
J | visitor * #st Saturday. \\. h. ' indri n I rug M ire, and by
i Mr. and Mr. I. ( Biediger and th# drug i- s in all owns
tp* I i I w®( I- ®nd with Mr , , ;, )n>
, rtxui Mis. W. A. Luckenbaeh and fair. -----------
f j y at Seguin. diss Hilda, and son, Walter, attend-
I Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Biediger and . <| tiie C. r.l anti Bunco Farty at us
> Pauline Geycr \ ere visiting Mr. and trovide An. lay.
| Mrs. Louis Koenig at San Antoni Mr. i d Mrs. I'. M.
«f Sunday. 4”an'i:y. <i. ami Mrs. C it. Zai hary,
Oscar .). Bader, candidate for! Sr. am; > . ... . i.a \ , ir. 1/ k-
Treasurer of Medina County at the1 hart -j • • am:.:/, Oet. linh at
November election was a visitor here; home oi Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown.
Wednesday. Mrs. D. Gil and little daughter
Mesdames Edmund Kellei and who recently returned to San An-
daughter, Mildred, Otto Jungman j tonio from Mexico, is visiting her
and daughter, Hazel, Mimmie Jung-i ('. rents, Mr. and Mrs. I’aul Jungman,
a* »■»»»«•»<♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ************* •* man, Faul Jungman and daughter, | here his week.
Gus A. Keller. Manager of the Me-
j dina Mercantile Co. local Red and
5^^ White Store, is attending the Led and
man row from the
trolley #rat, bowed politely, ami Ml
It., #d the elderly woman to *ak# hi#
\ d"#cM pairs of eye witneaam
this act of rouftray ami a doroti
h*ml# nodded approvingly.
\l (he next top the elderly Lull
got to her I'eet and left the trolley
So did the courteous young man.
A (lb acre farm all in cultivation,
three room house, barn, good well,
located two mile# north of court
house, just m ms# Hondo Creek. F’or
price and term# on quick sale see
SUTHERLAND BROTHERS, Castro
i die. T< xai. llt t*
bat isn't he
state umi | w ,
full «f |N|
en Method t
and sensible ,
pies, |i««tri.o. N
butter, cream m
fnrget to tag|, 1IV
water before breskts • “ U'"*
I wish I muld indues ,Vpr.
*V*h‘ l-rso,, ,ltnh ,, ’
•pbsndld method It
rest but a tnfl., t . c ««
THE NEW MAYTAG.
Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Rub-
ber Hose, Lawn Mowers, Molasses
Pails, Oak Kegs
You i.re entitled to this time and
luliur saving machine, and it saves
the clothe* as well. Phone 980F13.
I will bring one into your home next
wash day. It is undei stood you are
under no obligation to buy. R. L.
MUM ME. tf
GOOD RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
BATH TUBS- PRICED RIGHT
Bjy your Hardware frem the
Hard .vc.re Store
A nice five-room residence, with
hath, sleeping porch, ;arage, out
houses, etc., located on 1-arle Ave.,
for $2..*00.00, fifteen hundred < ash
and balance in two equal payments,
-eo either nmniber of Hondo Land
Tim Dominic Riff 160 acre farm.
n-!.m in field. re#t fenced hog
;! oof, seven miles north-cast of Hon-
do For price, terms, etc. apply to
Robert Riff, Hondo, Texas, phone
November 12, 3 P.M.
First Prize: $35.00 Cow
Second Prize $25.00 Sow
Third Prize $10.00 Chickens
Fourth Prize $10.00 Gold
Fifth Prize $ 5.00 Gold
Sixth Prize $ 5.00 Gold
Ask for Tickets
when you trade
with any of
Be on hand promptly
with your tickets
ALAMO LUMBER CO.
E. R. LEINWEBER CO.
DILLON CHEVROLET CO.
M SYSTEM STORE, HONDO
W. H. WINDROW
McELROY MOTOR CO.
HONDO LUMBER CO.
C. R. GAINES A SONS
HONDO MOTOR CO.
O. S. T. SERVICE STATION
CITIZENS MOTOR CAR CO.
MONKHOUSE & STARNES
HONDO BOTTLING CO.
MRS. L. BARRIENTES
C. J. BLESS
W. J. NESTER
CHAS. W. SCHLENTZ
H. S. BULGERIN
L. B. GRELL
P. R. RICHTER
GEO. R. CARLE
L. F. ROTHE
FLY DRUG CO.
White Stores’ Convention at Houston
W. N. Saathcff, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, was hire for an
in-pection of the school Wednesday,
and report# ev< -ytning in .me shu; o.
F:. m heie he .;:t to C'lifl on ? vis-
it to the :.chooi .here.
Geo. T. Hawkes and son, Charles,
pr.d a much appreciated visit to
W. H. Hawkes and family here Nun-
day, retu.ning to their home at Fla-
tonic Sunday night.
Good seed oats, guarantied free of
Johnson grass. For price see or phone
MRS. OTTO LEB0LD, D’Hanis tele-
phone exchange or write R. R. Hon-
do, Texes. 2t pd
ft but a trii „ «
I* iMf 4 week. -«i c.« '
■l ^ II. Windrow’, ur ... ,
Thm Fee|hy..;n°;1; ^ Mi
CARELESSNESS I HE CAUSt
"Carelessm > still pr»v,i|,,ltk
leading cause „f „|| „rM tf)d 9
omy within the power of the n,ng
them selves to eliminate this ,
When the p. ■ .pi,, have learr.eo. t„i
more careful with fin ami the
tbaf ■ »ly to cmT]
fire, we wul a gnat redact .-j
the fire losses of thi- State.
It is very in,j riant tnat the how
■b u:d he kept e.ife 'r ni fir* and i
is possible to do th: by observing |
fea simple rule- as follow,. *
*• Keep ti.ati'h.'. n cl. "d m<t»
container and m! nt reach of chid
ren. See that they are ixt.r.guish#
before le#v.ng your hand.
2. Ki.ji an gs light, and op
flame away ft . u .dwork or on
materiel thn' ill b rn.
3. Always disconnect the eleetti
iron, toaster, leatet or ot.ier »;«
tiical appliance:, from the sock
when .tot u ing them.
•1. Watch i.n« pa.- stove. Do
use rubber ; .,s > nnoction,.
I. Ka p r i
tuiners and do not place tnem in i
6. Do not start fire with coal;
benzine or gasoline.
7. Gasoline should not be used I
8. Remove all rubbish and refi
matter. Keep the attic and basei
9. Keep flues and chimneys cie
J. W. DtWEESE
Fire Insurance Commissiot
WITH APOLOGY TO THE AD3.
; Woodlawn Dairy
“I could see them smile wher I
whispered to the head waiter it:
Spanish, but in less than a minute he
came back with some Scotch, and tFr
entire group thronged around my
chair with exclamations of delight.’
Give your children milk from
tubercular tested cows and be \ \
Prompt Deliveries, Twice Daily
L. F. RUCKER, Manager. "
Just because American brides place
burnt offerings before their husband.1-
three times a day does not bolster
the assertion made by many tlhat w
are becoming an idolatrous nation.
Energy without knowledge is weak
|) Subscribe for this paper.
Enthusiasm is th" fuel that..
ambition to forge success — Opp
Notice: All above firms are
requested to have their ticket
boxes in the Secretary’s office
not later than 2 o’clock on the
afternoon of drawing.
TELL YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT TRADES DAY
at low cost
OlJR shop is as clean and
twect-runnrng as the new
Ford itself. It is up-to-
date in equipment and
manned by specialists in
servicing and repairing
new or old Fords. Our
purpose is to save you
time and money here.
Get our prices for repairs,
periodic inspection ser-
vice, accessories, washing
and polishing. Genuine
Ford parts and flat rates.
Cars always ready at the
GENUINE FORD PARTS
PITY THE POOR TEACHER.
Many parents whose children ba*l
come home from school with pm
marks fail to appreciate how difficu
it i# for a teacher, no matter M
willing she may be, to give very l
percentages in all cases.
The Washington Post wme to
ago gave the following quoUttci
from school examination papers
Baltimore, Maryland. If you
teacher, how would you mart «w
an*A blizzard is the inside of »£
A circle is a round stnight u#
with a hole in the middle.
George Washington married
Curtis and in due time l*-e
father of his country.
A mountain renge is a 'arge
^Achilles wa- dipped in the rtf
cination. ,«/. hedged
Sixty gallons »»« J”*U
Georgia was founded ry v
'• who had been executed.__
hay against loss hj 1 ^
H. Miller. Sure Insurance.
DON’T THROW ’EM AWAY
WHEN A LITTLE WORN
Rebuilt at our shop and there
lots of comfortable and
satisfactory wee. in them.
Arthur W. Ney
REMAKING AUTO TOPS A
FOR FINE FLOWER
AND BEDDING M**
109 N. A LA MG sT'
If Otttlng Up Night#. Backache,
frequent day call#, Leg Pain#, Nerr-
ouaneaa, or Burning, due to function-
al Bladder Irritation, in add condl-
tlona. makea you feel tired, depreaaed
and dlacouraged, try the Cyatex Teat.
Work# fast, start# circulating thru
the ayatem in IB mlnutea. Prafied hr
thoueanda for rapid and jioelttve ac-
tion, Don’t give up. Try Cystox (pro-
nounced 8l«#-tex) today, under the
Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must quickly
•■'ax theee condition#, iicprova re#t-
Sii WaVt1 •°W' 0r *°”r M
W. H. WINDROW, Druggirt.
reliable rodent c,b.r
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1930, newspaper, November 7, 1930; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth567926/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.