The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 23, 1913 Page: 11 of 12
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Now is the Time to Fig
ure on Your Fertilizer
Lff have a large stock on hand
jn and can fill orders for any
I quantity—from onc to a thousand
Isacks. We have on the road and
Lg be here in a few days, one of
the best Fertilizer Mixing Machines
on the market. Come, see it work
L We do not use dirt or cind
the big manufacturer adulterate
bur new plant will have a capa<
HO NOT let our enemies^ tell you that you can’t get a
good mixture at home, but come and see for yourself.
Our mixing is always open to the inspection of the public,
something which a large manufacturer will not allow—they
have a sign up on the front door which reads like this: “No
Admission. They do not want you to see what they mix.
But WE are ready at all times to tell you everything we put
er filling in ours—one reason for our willingness to show you.
s his mixture, hence he don’t want you around his plant. See?
zity of 1,000 sacks per day......Come, let us figure with you
We can supply you with Fertilizers for your Potatoes, Radishes,
[Tomatoes and other truck, corn, cotton or anything you wish
to fertilize. Fertilizer strictly guaranteed under the State Law
ROCKDALE OIL COMPANY
it Missionary Society.
| Woman’s Missionary So-
t Monday afternoon. Jan.
[it the Methodist Parson-
i The devotional services
conducted by the presi-
iMre. I. P. Sessions. Each
jerof the Methodist church
asked to contribute to
i to be sent to the Immi-
Home. Members of the
will call at every home
lay, January 29, for the
e of Ratherins: up the ar-
|for this box. Articles are
t of old clothing in good I
ion for men, women and
After settling all bills
l by the Society, also one
idebt, it was found there!
|a balance of seventy-five ]
It was voted that this
I be used as a "nest egg,1
speak, to start a ‘‘new
fund.” No one contern-
Kreat results or achieve-
for the near future but
the Society is only' looking for-
ward to the time when the
church will see the way clear to
the erection of a new building.
In the payment of dues re-
member that the local dues go to
Mrs. C. C. Bethea, the conven-
tional to Mrs. W. A. Wise, and
the foreign to Mrs. H. Hudson.
Next Monday afternoon, January
27th, is the time set apart for
the installation of the newly
elected officers, Bro. Whitehurst
having charge of the installation
service. Press Reporter.
BIG SURPRISE TO MANY
Local people are surprised at the
QUICK results received from simple
buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed in Adler i-ka, the German ap-
pendicitis remedy. Hodge A Bald-
ridge state that this simple remedy an-
tisepticizea the digestive system and
draws-off the impurities so thorough-
ly that A SINGLE IX)SE relieves sour
stomach, gas on the stomach ami con-
stipation INSTANTLY. 3
Subscribe now; get the news.
H^cn c°mcs to supplying first class
umber for any purpose. No matter
vhethcr you want a few boards or
"fnber lor a big house, we will be glad
Se ^ to you. After you have used
Vou ^ glad you gave us the order
HE bay lumber co,
Avoid the Cheap and “Big Can”
The cheap baking powders
have but one recommendation:
they certainly give the pur-
chaser plenty of powder for his
money, but it’s not all baking
powder: the bulk is made up of
cheap materials that have no
levening power. These powders
are so carelessly made from
inferior materials that they will
not always make light, whole-
some food. Further, these
cheap baking powders have a
very small percentage of leven-
ing gas; therefore, it takes from
two to three times as much of
such powder to raise the cake or
biscuit as it does of Calumet
Baking Powder. Therefore, in
the long run, the actual cost to
the consumer of the cheap pow-
ders is more than Calumet would
be. Cheap baking powders
leave the bread sometimes
bleached and acid, sometimes
yellow and alkaline, and often
_____1 - 4.. CCn TLmr ovn nnvoi* at
UIipdldlAUic. inuj un. *
uniform strength and quality.
Why not buy a perfectly
wholesome baking powder like
Calumet, that is at the same
time moderate in price and one
which can be relied upon? Calu-
met is always the same, keeps
indefinately and gives the cook
the least trouble. Received
Highest Awards: World’s Pure
Food Exposition. Chicago. 111.;
Paris Exposition, France, March,
Get your typewriter papers,
carbon sheets, onion skin for
manifolding, etc., at The Re-
porter office. Any size, weight
or quality. Also mimeograph
paper, and the genuine “Revile”
ribbons for Oliver typewriters
For quick and satisfactory
livery service phone 21 - Keen’s
livery stable, the old Strelsky
stand. New rubber tire buggies,
now teams. Reasonable prices.
(f G. W. Keen, Prop.
Edwin Leroy Antony Dios.
News has been received here
of the death at Dallas of E. L.
Antony, a former Rockdalian.
Judge Antony spent his young
manhood here, where he subse-
quently married Miss Houghton.
His parents. Dr. and Mrs. An-
tony. came to Texas when the
Judge was a youth, and settled
in Cameron and Rockdale, where
the Doctor engaged in the prac-
tice of his profession. The son
attended college, and has since
won many honors. Last sum-
mer he returned to his old stamp-
ing grounds, Cameron, but owing
to ill health, left for Dallas in
the early fall to be treated by
specialists. His mother, the last
of her famity.and a daughter sur-
vive him, and a cousin, Mrs. J.
D. Hamilton, of this place. He
was very popular here among
the older inhabitants.
The State Press says of him:
Dallas, Texas, Jan. 16.— Edwin
Leroy Antony, at one time United
States Congressman from the
waco-oorsicana district, uicu
here today at the age of filyedrs.
Mr. Antony succeeded Roger C*.
Mills in Congress when Mills was
elected to the Senate. The nam-
ing of Antony came after a dead-
lock of several weeks and was
finally decided by drawing lots.
house for Rent.
Four room house and about 5
acres land. H miles north of
Rockdale, a good house and low
ren^. Good well, barn etc.
45-2t W. F. Gaither.
Full blood Jersey bull calf.
Sired by Copeland’s fine St. Lam-
bert. out of my big milk and but-
ter cow. Myrtle Keys, No. 215-
1<»7. See me quick if you want a
45-21 F. T Kemp.
Everybody Is Using It Now.
The Imperial Self Heating^Sad
Iron, Sells in every home. $50 00
per week to good husthfrs. Write
the Imperial Self-Heating Sad
Iron Co.. Box 285 Fort Worth.
Oil City. Okla., Jan. 15.
Friends and Loved Ones:—As
I now iive in Oklahoma, I will
write to The Rockdale Reporter,
as I take that dear old paper. I
was raised near Oakdale school
house on the old H. P. Moses
place, and I love old Rockdale, as
1 lived there until 1 was 12 years
old. My father’s name is M. B.
Moses, and I have lots cf rela-
tives near my old home. Since I
moved to Oklahoma I have mar-
ried—have a husband and two
sweet little girls- As for Okla-
homa, I like to live here, but it
is awful cold here as well as it
is there. We have had three big
snows in the past month and lots
of rain. My husband’s brother
and dear old father, G. W.
Hanks, Sr., who is HI) years old,
are with us. Sam, the brother,
is 19 years old.
Well I will close, by sending
best wishes to all, and a reply
from some of my relatives and
friends. Mattie Hanks
New School Principal.
Prof. Polk C. Webb of Round
Rock has been elected principal
of the Milano public school to
succeed Prof. Monroe Pevehouse,
who has resigned. Mr. Webb
and family will locate here with-
in the next few weeks and he
will take charge of our school in
the new $7,500 handsome brick
structure. The move in the new
building will be made within a
few days, to the delight of all
the pupils and the teachers, like-
wise the entire city of Milano.
We regret the resignation of Mr.
Pevehouse, yet rejoice in the
good news of securing the serv-
ices of Mr. Webb.—Milano Ga-
Read The Reporter and keep
HpHE beginning of the new year with its good
* resolutions affords a fitting time to open a
bank account, This bank will receive many
new accounts during the year 1913, anil a large
number of them will be opened in .January.
•J We confidently believe that with our cour-
teous attention to details, our efficient organiza-
tion, our ample cash resources and thorough
knowledge of business conditions, we are capable
of serving the most exacting in a highly satis-
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Citizens State Ban
NOTH I'a.'S hooks left with us for halanni , . r»-
ready for delivrrv 'In- next >l.»\ or earlier it
nally desired Pass books should ho ha1. >< 1
once every month.
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Cooke, John Esten. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 23, 1913, newspaper, January 23, 1913; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth741909/m1/11/?q=%22edwin+leroy+antony%22: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.