The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 4, 1924 Page: 2 of 10
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Our sales on Rock Island Planters and McCormick-Deering Cultivators have been
wonderful and we are glad to say our business has grown each month. Our stock of
Implements is still complete, so come in as early as you can, and pick yours out.
If 3/011 can’t come take it up with us over the phone. We are here to please
you and to serve you. We have two second hand Case Riding Planters and one
second hand Cultivator, all in good condition $ffd we are offering these at a bargain.
W7e have just received our second shipment of Cultivator Sweeps and Plow Bolts
. Buy all you need in this line from us.
0. V. B. Incubators, Galvanized Brood Coops, Chick-
en Feeders and Fountains, Poultry Leg Bands, Turkey
Bells, Nest Eggs, Etc.
BUY A CREAM SEPARATOR NOW
And buy the best from us. We have the PRIMROSE
and DOMO. Both of these Separators are used ex-
tensively in this country and are giving perfect satis-
< y :|f'\
If your Garden gets killed you will need more seed.
Buy what you want from us. We have Garden seed in
5, 10, 15 and 20c packages, also a large variety of
We have a splendid line of Baseball Goods. Come and
let us show you this line. Special Prices to Teams.
Dazey Churns, all sizes; Stone Churns, all sizes; ihk-
ter Molds, Milk Cans, Milk Buckets. We have the best
hue of STONEWARE ever snown in Lampasas, Blue,
Brown and White Crocks—Jars, Pitchers, all sizes,
Mixing Bowls, all sizes.
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Monday, April 7th, is Trades Day, and we want every
one who comes to Lampasas that day to visit our store.
You will find wonderful bargains all over our store.
See especially our Dishes, Enameledware, and
Aluminum Ware. We will make it interesting for
Fox I Mills Hardware Company
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_ . _ . _ . .. . nnn r»Trc! n/rr.rvrn'e wttvt 1SFATH OF W. J. YATES !DEATH OF MRS. M. R. BRASHEAR ——
|EE LAMPASAS LEADER
Published Every Friday
| H Abney Herbert Abney
J. H. ABNEY & SON
Owners and Publishers
inhered at the postoffice at Lampasas,
fesss, as gecond-class mail matter.
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Mrs. Fred Mason came down from
giometa Mpnday morning to shpp
.and visit friends.
Miss Matie Kirby returned to her
^ome in Lometa Monday morning,
lifter a pleasant visit in the home of
|grs. F. L. Gribble and other friends.
Mrs. H. B. Updegrove, of Houston,
who has been here several days visit-
fcig in the home of her sister, Mrs. A.
R. Hines, who lives a few miles south
af town, left Monday morning for
TROMBONE FOR SALE
I have a Lyon & Healy Slide Trom-
jotfo with case for sale at a bargain,
gait me at The Leader office over
Herbert J. Abney.
Mrs. Sam Logan ;arrived Satur-
day evening from Bradentown, Flori-
da, and will visit with her mother,
Mrs. Dick Bean, for the next few
weeks. She will be remembered as
Miss Emma Belle Bean, and her many
Mends will be glad to welcome her
DES MOINES WIN
The Des Moines baseball team won
two games out of the three played
in Wichita Fall Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, and they are expected to ar-
rive at home Monday evening on the
train. The 'score Friday afternoon
was 6 to 1 in favor of Wichita Falls;
Saturday afternoon the score was 8
to 2 in favor of Des Moines, and the
score in the final game was 3 to 2
in favor of Des Moines.
Following is a summary of the
two last games palyed:
Saturday’s game: R. H. E.
Des Moines (W. L.).............8 12 3
Wichita Falls (T. L.) ............2 9 0
Batteries: Wilson, Jones and Anfin-
Sunday’s game: R. H. E.
Des Moines (W. L.)............3 7 3
Wichita Falls (T. L.)............2 9 3
DEATH OF W. J. YATES | DEATH OF MRS. M. R. BRASHEAR
William J. Yates, well known in, ^ M; Brashear died
the Kempner section as Little Bill ,, ...
died at the home of his brother, Sam ! Peacefully at 9 o clock Friday night,
Yates, in Kempner, Saturday evening March 28, at her late home on West
at 5 o’clock. About twenty months j Third street. She had reached the
ago he was stricken with paralysis | age 0f 86 years and two months, and
and since that time has gradually her passing into the beyond entailed no
grown weaker, until death relieved : long suffering, but it is said she went
him of his suffering. He was 49 years : sleep as peacefully as a happy
of age and had been a member of the ; child.
Christian church for 25 years. Rev. j The deceased was a native of Loui-
Robt. Howell, of Killeen conducted siana, but came to Texas when thir-
the funeral services Sunday after- j teen years of age and lived in Liberty
noon, interment being made in Kemp- C0Unty the greater part of her life,
ner cemetery. jin 1919 she and her daughter, Miss
He is survived by one child, his wife : Fannie Bi’ashear, moved to Lampasas
and one child having djied a few , from Blanket, Brown county, and they
.atteries: Wilson, Jone» and n in years ag.0< He was the son of the : have resided here since that time, and
; Freeman, Wright and Jonnai > laite W. J. Yates, one of the old set- ! gathered about them a number of
tiers of Lampasas county. j friends.
--- There are three living children, Miss
EGGS FOR HATCHING j Fannie Brashear, Lampasas; B. N.
From heavy laying Owen and | _____ T____M„r.
Tompkins strain S.
On Friday night, March 28th, Miss j jngg> $2.50 per setting; other mat-
Ruth Brannan, of this city, and Hal- 1
Brashear, Josephine, Texas; Mrs. Bes
C. R o e s ai< j gjg gWearingen, of Houston. The son
Reds, good shape and color, best mat-
ley A. Gee, of Temple, were united
in the holy bonds of matrimony in
Temple, Rev. J. H. Stewart, pastor
of the First Methodist church, offici-
ating. The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. C. E. Brannan, and for the past
| ings, $1.50.
Mrs. Sam Anderson,
Mrs. D. J. Perryman brought to
The Leader office Friday afternoon an
-------------------- - egg which measured TV2 by 6 1-3
several months has been in Temple j jnches. it was perfectly shaped and
taking a business course. Mr. Gee; had a rjch coior which, indicated that . , „
has charge of the bus line between j it was a Ehode Island Red variety.! ment was made in Oak Hill Cemetery.
_ in _ *n ! _ . 1 IyTtr. .1 H Kno’Prc; tivrt. vpflHpv of the
was here a few days before his moth-
er’s death, and the daughter, Mrs.
Swearingen, has been here for sev-
eral weeks. A grandson, A. D.
Brashear, came in from Brownwood
Saturday morning to attend the fun-
eral, also a sister of the deceased, Mrs.
M. M. Simpson, came from Llano.
The funeral was held Saturday af-
ternoon at 4:30 o’clock, and inter-
For Rheumatism and All
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The best all round health re-
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thousands have found, reliel'
from rheumatism, sciatica, neu-
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donstipation, and many other-
chronic troubles. If you need
a rest, change, “boil-out” or an
expert diagnosis and treatment
for any persistent chronic trou-
ble, try it. The Majestic Hotel
and Bath House are thoroughly
modern and up to date in every
respect. Marlin has a large
group of experienced specialists
in all lines equipped with the lat-
est X-ray, electrical laboratory
an,d other modern equipment.
Many who have not recovered
from the influenza or “grippe”
have found relief. For folder
or further information address
MAJESTIC HOTEL AND
Marlin, Texas or Box 60
MARTIN L. GAFFNEY
Temple and Cameron, and they will j This is the fourth large egg that has
continue to make their home in Tem- j heen reported by The Leader, and it
pie. indicates that there are some splen-
Mr. and Mrs. Gee came over Sat- djd chickens raised here,
urday from Temple and spent the
week end here with Mrs. Brannan,
returning to their home Monday
FOR LEASE: My place located
near the Convent. Chas. Wachen-
dorfer, Liberty Hill, Texas. (wp)
Mrs. J. H. Rogers, first reader of the
Christian Science church, conducting;
STOP THAT ITCHING
Use Blue Star Remedy for Eczema,
Tetter, or Cracked Hands, Ring-
verm, Chapped Hands and Face, Poi-
se* Oak, Old Sores, and Sores on
Children; also for Sore Feet. For
OiSe by The Lion Drug Store .
John Mackey who has been here for
the past day or two visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mackey and
other relatives, left Monday morning
for Wortham, where he will wind up
his business affairs and will move
to Houston to make his home perman-
Mrs. Felix Earnest, of Waco, re-
turned home with J. C. Earnest Sat-
urday evening and is spending a few
days here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. J. Hocker, who are de-
lighted to have her visit them.
Mrs. Josephine Hastings and little
daughter, Neljo, have returned from
a trip to Wyoming. Miss Myra Vir-
ginia Hastings remained with her
father, Clarence Hastings.
Mrs. Lee Brown left Saturday
morning for Mexia, her visit being
made especially at this time to see
her little granddaughter which was
born to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Simpson
on Sunday, March 23rd. Miss Mar-
garet Brown is also attending school
in Mexia, and she will visit with all
of her children a week or ten days.
Miss Knowles Witcher, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witcher, who is
attending Baylor College, has been
selected as Dutchess of the May Fes-
tival by the Mast-O’ Crath Society,
she was also re-elected yell leader of
the class, and by these honors which
have been bestowed upon her, it is
inferred that she is one of the popu-
lar girls in this, the largest giEs
school in the world.
Mr and Mrs. W. R. Biitoa came m
Thursday from Waco on business and
returned Friday morning. They have
decided to move back to Lampasas,
after having lived in Waco for the
past year and a half, and expect to
get moved by the latter part of next
DR. C. H. FAIRES
Special Attention Given Plate and
Office over Mackey & Ransom’s Drug
Store, Lampasas, Texas.
W. G. Gamel, a licensed embalmer and
funeral director, is in charge of our
Undertaking Department. Call over
either phone, day or night
Lampasas Furniture Co.
Weekly Leader $1,50 per year.
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The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 4, 1924, newspaper, April 4, 1924; Lampasas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth885271/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.