The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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It looks as though dry weather was here. We have in stock \ 1-2 to 3 horse Her-
cules Gasoline Engines. None better has ever been sold in this section. It is eco-
nomical in fuel, easy to control and only takes a short time to install one.
' We have in stock Steel Star Windmills. This mill needs no introduction as it is well known all over |
this territory, some having been in constant use for the. last twenty-three years. See us for your pipe and
We have several sets of Leather and Rubber Harness and
are making special prices on all Leather Goods—
Collar pads \........................................................50c each
Best five-string Brooms...............................................50c
Good Ironing Boards..................................................$3.50
BUGGY AND WAGON PAINT
We have a very complete line of Buggy and Wagon Paint,
Paint Brushes, etc. If you have any furniture or floors that
need staining, buy your wood stain from us.
We have Nomar Wood Stain in different colors and sizes
which will make your furniture and floors look like new.
We also have window glass in all sizes, Putty, Glazier
Points, Tacks, etc. See us for anything you will need for re-
pairing your home, barns or school house.
We have the genuine Newell Sanders Double Disc Plows.
These plows will take the ground where any other plow will
take it and will turn it where many other makes will fail. We
will sell you Sanders Double Disc Plows complete with even-
ers for ...................................................................$100.00
Royal Gasoline Irons
You can avoid the drudgery of ironing if you will get a
Royal Gasoline Iron. They are economical and easy to oper-
ate, a child can use them. We also have a full line of Gal-
vanized Tubs at extremely low prices, Galvanized Buckets,
Wash Boards, Clothers Pins, Clay ^Furnaces, etc.
Ice Cream Freezers
We have them in 2, 3, 4, 6 and 10 quart at prices you can
afford to buy.
FOX & MILLS HARDWARE COMPANY
THE W/AfC/f£ST£M STORE
Moses January is now with the Lion
Drug Store, Worth Harmon having
resigned his position and will go away
to school the coming term.
D. Roy Wilhite returned Monday
from Evant where he spent a week
with home folks and friends, enjoy-
ing his vacation.
Mrs. J. F. Watson has returned to
her home in McCulloch county after
&n extended visit with relatives here
and in Williamson county.
The knife and razor maker is back
again with a full equipped shop to
repair Boots and Shoes and will ap-
preciate anything in that line. Give
me a trial. Located on South Side of
Court House. (w-tf)
Mrs. L. A. Alkire, and son, of Kemp-
ner, were in Lampasas Tuesday for a
Mrs. S. A. Stone, of Austin, is here
to visit in the home of her sister.
Mrs. Hugh Denson.
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Hickman arrived
home from Shreveport, La., Monday
»ighc. They were .accompanied by
Mrs. P. V. Hickman, Jr., and little
son. They report good rains as far
"‘Dainty Gifts for Dainty People.”
Why purchase something that will
fast only a few weeks, or at best a
few months, when you can get “Gifts
That Last” at HARWELL’S ? Op-
posite the Postoffice. (dw)
Tom Glimp, of near Lake Victor,
and Leonard Everett went over to
San Saba Monday to attend the fair.
Mr. Glimp has some fine sheep which
are on exhibition over there and we
may expect them to come home wear-
ing the blue ribbons.
If the baby suffers from wind colic,
•diarrhoea or summer complaint, give
»t McGee’s Baby Elixir. It is a pure,
harmless and effective remedy. Price
35c, and 60c. Sold by Mackey & Ran-
M. L. Love, agent for the Houston
and Texas Central at this place, left
Sunday for Austin, where he and Miss
Irene Howard, of Austin, were united
in marriage at high noon Tuesday, and
left immediately for a tour of Cali-
fornia and the northwest.
Mr. Love has been the agent for
the Central since the re-opening of the
depot which had been closed during
the war as a means of conservation of
labor, and during his stay here has
become very popular with the people
of Lampasas. He is Post Commander
of the Lampasas American Legion,
and has numerous friends who will ex-
tend heartiest congratulations. Mrs.
Love is not known i» Lampasas, but
she will find a cordial welcome await-
When you feel dull, achey and
sleepy and want to stretch frequently,
you are ripe for an attack of malaria.
Take Herbine at once. It cures ma-
laria and chills and puts the system
in order. Price 60c. Sold by Mack-
ey & Ransom.
Mrs. Chas. Jordan returned Sun-
day night from an extended trip to
California. She visited her son, Claud
Jordan, and his family in Los Angeles,
and dui’ing the seven weeks visited
Palm’’Beach and other places of in-
terest. She enjoyed every minute of
the time and thinks the Golden West
a delightful place to visit, but she
prefers to live in Texas.
Get your Watkins Products at
Polsgrove Racket Store, Lampasas.
Ivy & Huff, Lometa.
K. W. West, Adamsville.
Kempner Drug Store, Kempner.
Or phone S. W. 910-F-2, Lampasas,
(wtf) A. A. Lang, Retailer.
NOTICE TO FARMERS
We have just completed our gin
and it is in good running condition.
We have the best cleaning machinery
that money can buy and will guaran-
tee satisfaction. Come give us a
trial. Highest prices paid for cot-
(w4'2) MASON GIN CO.
Fred Mason, aMnager.
The little Tson of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Clauneh came near having a serious
accident Monday afternoon when he
was thrown from his burro. He was
riding the burro and someone fright-
ened it and made it jump, throwing the
little fellow off. His elbow was dis-
located and a small bone broken, but
the physician reports that he is get-
ting along all right.
G. A. McGregor and Mrs. W. S.
Morris went to Temple in their car
Sunday to spend the day with Mrs.
McGregor and G. A., Jr., who were
in the sanitarium, the son having un-
dergone an operation to. remove ade-
noids. They all returned home Sun-
day evening and G. A., Jr., is get-
ting along very well.
Several months ago N. M. Marshall
had the misfortune to accidentally get
one of his eyes put out while preparing
some lime whitewash. He was in the
act of mixing the ingredients and the
combustion of the lime and water
struck him in the eye and caused him
to lose the sight. He has been going
to Temple for treatment and has been
at considerable expense, and some of
the business men realizing that he
would appreciate some assistance, took
up a subscription for him Monday
which amounted to something like
$160.00. This amount will aid him in
defraying the expense incurred by the
T. B. Harwell returned Sunday ev-
ening from Temple where he went to
visit his wife who is in the sanitarium.
He reports Mrs. Harwell getting along
nicely, but it will be some time be-
fore she is able to return home.
Greenwood Harwell is home from
San Antonio where he has been for
several weeks attending the Citizens
Military Training Camp.
Judge and Mrs. J. E. Starley and
children were in Lampasas Tuesday
on the return trip from San Antonio
and Austin enroute home to Pecos.
Judge Starley was in Austin attending
to some business with the State Legis-
lature, and his family stopped here
several days when they were on their
way to San Antonio.
Sand the Track
When a locomotive engineer starts up a grade with a heavy load he
first sands the track. This keeps the wheels from slipping and gives
his engine a “toe hold.”
Gaining a fortune is uphill work for most of us. The track is not
smooth, the load is heavy and the grade is steep. You need a “toe
hold.” The track must be sanded. This bank will furnish you a “toe
hold”; will sand the track for you. We will pull you and we will push
you. Couple on to us and we will help you up the hill.
The Peoples National Bank.
J. F. WHITE, President; W. H. BROWNING, Vice President;
C. C. ABNEY, Active Vice President.
ED HOCKER, Cashier; R. J. PAINE, Assistant Cashier
DON’T BE MISLED
Lampasas Citizens Should Read and
Heed This Advice.
Kidney trouble is dangerous and
Don’t experiment with something
new and untried.
• Use a tested kidney remedy.
Begin with Doan’s Kidney Pills.
Used in kidney ti-ouhles 50 years.
Recommended here and everywhere.
Ask your neighbor.
The following statement forms con-
Mrs. J. W. Watkins, San Saba, Tex.,
says: “A j^ear ago I was bothered
more or less with kidney trouble un-
til I got so that I would have terrific
pains in the small of my back. I could
hardly get around, as the pains felt
like pins and needles and would draw
me up something awful. I had bad
headaches and sometimes I was pretty
dizzy. Objects would float in front
of me, too. Besides this, I felt drowsy
and languid.. I bought a box of
Doan’s Kidney Pills and after I had
taken a few, my back was eased up
and my general condition was
strengthened. I only use them now
60c at all dealers. Foster-Milburn —-- :
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. The Weekly Leader $1.50 year.
Kills the Worms Quicker
Heals the Wound Faster
Keeps the Flies Off Longer
Price 35c, 65c and $ 1.25
Mackey & Ransom
The Rexall Store
W. H. BROWNING
Attorney At Law
Office Over Peoples National Bank
Will Practice in All Courts
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The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, August 19, 1921, newspaper, August 19, 1921; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth894318/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.