The Lampasas Daily Leader (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 308, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 4, 1933 Page: 1 of 4
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The Lampasas Daily Leader
LAMPASAS, TEXAS, MARCH 4, 1933.
MONDAY Will Be the BIG DAY
of Our 40th Anniversary
We Are Celebrating Our Birthday With Bargains.
—9 to 12 A/ M.—
New Era Unbleached
Smooth, heavy quality, un-
hemmed; size 81x90 inches.
Limit 1 Sheet
—9 to 12 A. M.—
10-lb Cloth Bag American
Cash and Carry—Limit
Morning Specials are CASH and CARRY and Good Only as
Long as Present Stock Lasts.
SEE OUR BIG CIRCULAR
For hundreds of Anniversary Sale Bargains and visit our
stores which are filled with Specials—advertised and un-
•thepbqele vat) «aiTK»UES**
COOKING SCHOOL AND DEM-
* ONSTRATION BY T. P. & L. CO.
The Texas Power & Light com-
pany now has on display in its show
room the new Table Top Electrochef
Electric Range and will conduct a
cooking demonstration here next
week. This demonstration is in
charge of men who know all of the
advantages in this new range and
Mrs. Mashburn will also demonstrate
to the ladies of Lampasas the cook-
ing qualities of this range.
MRS. MARTHA ALICE
BENTON PASSES AWAY
Try a Want Ad in The Daily Leader.Daily Leader Want Ads Get Results!
This is to notify the public that Jungkind Elec-
tric Co., is not in any way connected with Red's
Electric, as many people have thought.
Get my prices on house wiring, repair work of all
kinds. 1,000-watt coil and 2,000-watt coils for Hot
Point Stoves. Can supply needs for Westinghouse
25 watts, 6 for................. $1.00
40 watts, 6 for.................................. $1.00
60 watts, 6 for......................... $1.00
75 watts ...........................................:...........35c
200 watts in Stock.
15 Watts-—30 Watts—60c Watts
GEO. (RED) HABY
The Rig Opportunity
Dr. F. C. Cathey, the Optometrist, of Hamilton will
be in Lampasas, at the MOORE HOTEL, Monday and
Tuesday, March 6 and 7.
EYES EXAMINED FREE
Ful-Vue Frames, with genuine one-piece
Kryptok bi-focal lenses ....................................$11.45
White or pink gold-filled frame,with genuine
one-piece Kryptok bi-focal lenses......................$ 9.45
Same lenses in Shell frame ....................................$ 7.45
Rimless glasses, white or pink
gold-filled mounting ......'......................................$ 9.45
Single vision lenses1 in white or pink
gold-filled frame ..................................................$ 6.45
Same lenses in Shell frame....................................$ 4.45
The one price covers everything, absolutely nothing
more to pay. 20 years fitting glasses.
SEE DR. CATHEY
AT MOORE HOTEL IN LAMPASAS
Monday and Tuesday, March 6 & 7
MAN LODGED IN JAIL
Friday, a man giving his name as
J. M. Lackey sold a qrantity of fish
to two local ladies. They each gave
him a dollar bill and with the pre-
text that he would have to go get
some change left them and failed to
return. The sheriff’s department was
notified and picked the man up near
Burnet, bringing him back and plac-
ing him in jail. The man stated that
his home was near Marble Falls and
denied that he had anything to do
with the above transaction. It is
understood that the two ladies identi-
fied the fellw as the man that failed
to return their change.
Mrs. Elliott, from Sherman, is
visiting in the home of her aunt,
Mrs. M. W. Howard. She formerly
lived in Lampasas and before her
marriage was Miss Ruth Townley.
All McCall patterns half price at
Mrs. Martha Alice Benton passed
away Friday night at 7:45 at the
family home located in the Sage com-
munity. The deceased was. 63 years
Funeral services were conducted
Saturday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Rev.
A. V. Feild of Lake Victor conducted
the services with interment in the
Pleasant Hill Cemetery. No further
particulars are available at this time.
ALLRED TO FILE DENISON TEST
Mrs. Mark Alexander and son W.
C. Alexander, left Friday for Freder-
ick, Okla., in response to a telegram
stating that Mrs. Alexander’s father
W. H. Middick was seriously ill. A
telegram received Saturday morning
stated that Mr. Middick was some
Mrs. H. B. Casbeer went to Temple
Friday where she will go through the
clinic at one of the hospitals. She
was accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. B. K. May of Lometa.
Gerald Coker underwent an opera-
tion in a Temple hospital Friday.
Wanne Casbeer, who was with him
returned Friday night stating that
he was getting along nicely.
Miss Bess Northington, a student
of Baylor College is spending the
week end here with her mother, Mrs.
C. A. Northington.
AUSTIN, March 4.—The state
comptroller may issue warrants
against the state highway funds and
the treasurer cash them, even though
they do not bear the signature of F.
L. Denison of Temple, appointed
chairman of the Texas highway com-
mission by Governor Miriam A. Fer-
guson, James V. Allred, attorney gen-
eral, ruled Friday.
Allred also announced that he
would institute, probably Saturday, a
quo warranto suit in the state su-
preme court to test Denison’s eligibil-
ity as highway commissioner.
Mrs. John Rowntree and little
daughter Mary Kuhn, and Mrs. L. R.
Sparks left Friday for Bartlett to
spend the week end with relatives.
“Where Lampasas Is Entertained”
(Perfect Talking Pictures)
SHOWING TONIGHT ONLY
andthewonder horse . ~j\ j\
A WORLD WIDE
D. Northington of Temple is visit-
ing relatives and friends here.
S. W. Scales is here from Brenham
and will be in the merchandise de-
partment of the Texas Power & Light
Co. Mr. and Mrs. Scales have al-
ready taken up their residence here
and will soon begin to feel at home
with the Lampasas people.
“I’ll get me a wild hoss” and he
roped a wall-eyed palomina that
threw him in jail! Golden stakes in
a gamble for life! Suspense six-gun
drama and romance.
RKO 2-Reel Comedy
“Hurry Call” -
ADMISSION: 10c & 25c
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
At Last! It’s Here!
The Cemetery association will meet
Monday at 3 p. m. with Mrs. Camp-
Mrs. L. L. Hardin was a visitor
in San Saba, Saturday.
ffROM A CHAIN CAM
Come with the thousands who are
seeing it again and again! The great
Muni in a role more spectacular than
“Scarface”—A hit acclaimed every-
where as the greatest picture of the
M-G-M12-Reel Musical Revue
“Over the Counter”
The New Table Top
Waldorf Electric Range
In this new Table Top Electrochef Waldorf Electric Range, we present to the people of Lampasas
an Electric Range which meets the modern demand for style in the kitchen and efficiency in cook-
ing. It is so strikingly modern in appearance that it. demands attention wherever it is seen! Women
fall in love with its beauty ... its sparkling finish . . . its marvelous cooking performance!
It is full size, fully automatic, all-white porcelain enamel finish. The surface units are designed
for maximum speed and efficiency. The entire range is constructed in heavy gauge steel throughout.
See this range on display at our store!
SPECIAL SALE NOW ON
You are Incited to Visit Our Store and See this Range on Dispiry
Texas Power & Light Co
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The Lampasas Daily Leader (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 308, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 4, 1933, newspaper, March 4, 1933; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth894443/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.