The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 740, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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fie Lampasas Daily leader
Vernor 8 Abney, Proprietors ,
,J®. Vsrnor. Editor and Manager.
HasTOton Read, Associate Editor.
tastered at the postoffice at Lampasas,^March 7,
1904, as second class mail matter.
Payable in advance
■'S8ae month ................... 40c
'JEhree months..................... $1.00
©he year............ $4.00
Why then travel? Sit in your
office or home and transact your
Business by telephone. If you
Saven’t tried it you can have no
Mea of the satisfaction you will
®xperience through this conven-
ient method of conducting your
affairs. Reduced rates after 6 p.m.
Tits Southwestern Tel. and Tel. Go
Subject 19 the action *of the
For Sheriff and Tax Collector,
K. N. Higdon,
J. K. Morriss.
For County Treasurer,
G. W. Tinkle.
Tot County Clerk,
John W. Stephens,
J. E. Morgan.
Tor Public Weigher,
George W. Long,
€. O. Witcher.
Tor County Attorney,
H. F. Lewis.
Tor District Clerk,
A. F. Baker
W. G. Smith.
Ear Tax Assessor,
J. E. Wiley.
Tom IT. Haynie.
Hbr County Judge,
M. M. While, (re-election)
For District Attorney,
John D. Robinson.
R. E. Noble.
E, T. Jordan.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
J. S. Jackson.
Mrs. Y. H. Taylor of Smithville
is here to spend a time with Mrs.
Tibault Bowman, of Austin,
•who has been visiting friends
here for some time, returned to
his home thi3 afternoon.
Misses Daisy Williamson and
ihucile Proctor spent the after-
noon in Burnet.
The card of T. S. Alexander
Bjppears in this issue. He recent-
ly 3tood the examination required
■fry the state, and stands at the
top as to his legal knowledge ac-
cording to the tests of the exam-
iners, He has his office over
Marby & Key’s store with Judge
.Acker, and will be pleased to
have your legal business.
jfn order to assist in making the
fair a success Paul LeCompte
ifcrought in a pair of his fine De-
tain© merino sheep for exhibition.
Me received the sweepstakes prize
cm Ms buck, and first prize on
Ufoih his buck and ewe. Mr. Le-
€5ompte has been raising sheep in
section for twenty-two years
continues to improve his
Jocks year by year by the im-
portation of sheep from the best
breeders in the world. He will
Uto selling sheep for breeding pur-
jjpaea to his neighbors one of
Screen Your Home
We carry Screen Doors, Extension Window Screens and
other frames as well as wire of all of the different widths
Fruit Jars Ice Cream Freezers; Ice Picks, Ice Shaves,
Sprinkling Hose, Poultry Netting, Garden Tools.
Quick Meal Gasoline JStoves
are the best. Save time, money, worry and temper.
Call and see us
POX & MILLS
We can at a small cost light your lawn and house for lawn
parties, or social gatherings of any kind, furnish you with fans,
etc. Enjoy yourselves while you are about it; make your
social one worth remembering. Ask us about it,
Lampasas Light and Power Company.
To The Voters of
Some reports having been cir-
culated charging me with being
in some manner responsible for
the recent assault upon Rice
King, the following statements
are given publicity:
This is to certify that Mr. Geo.
Layne had nothing to do with the
trouble between me and Rice
King, neither did he take any
stock in it in any way.
M. R. Jones.
This is to state that I under-
stand that it has been circulated
that George Layne, to some ex-
tent, was concerned in the as-
sault that was committed upon
me some days ago. I will say
that I don’t believe that he was
in any wny concerned it it.
If any other reports may be
circulated, please investigate be-
fore believing them. Asking
your support in the primary elec-
tion, I am yours to serve.
Yes, Stewart knows the butch-
er business and has opened a
brand new house, new tools and
everything is as clean as a new
pin. He wants your trade. Free
Ed Collard of Dayton, Ohio, is
here as the guest of his sister,
Mrs. Walter Roynolds.
The Elm Grove arbor which
was burned last summer has
been rebuilt and is now ready for
the series of services to be con-
ducted this week and next by
Rev. M. J. Allen. This arbor is
about 11 miles from the city.
This morning the Besserer
band which has been furnishing
music for the fair, serenaded the
directors at their residences. The
members of the board of directors
desire to thank the band for their
courtesy and thoughtfulness as
well as for the delightful music
which they rendered.
Stewart’s new market on the
south side of the square, every
thing new and clean. Free de-
Old papers for sale at this office.
The weather report as furnish-
ed by the U. S. weather observer
at New Orleans is as follows:
Tonight and Saturday scat-
Miss Bettie Baugh who has
been making her home with Mrs.
W. F. Barnes for the past year, I
has returned to Bonhan^. Miss
Baugh is an experienced art
teacher and the people of Lam-
pasas regret very much to have
to give her up.
Revs. J. M. Dawson and W. A.
Boggess have been preparing
several days to start next Mon-
day on an outing trip of several
weeks. They have secured a
covered hack and have complete
equipment for a hunting and
fishing trip. For several days
they have been receiving various
suggestions pertaining to the cul-
inary art. They are already an-
ticipating the sweets of such a
trip, and are vividly picturing
some of their experiences. The
route they have planned takes
them to the headwaters of the
San Saba river, possibly beyond,
and back along the Llano river.
They expect to be away three or j
Money to loan
The Peoples National
is prepared tefmake a
large number of loans
and to make them
W. R, Williamson,‘Pres.
J. O. Ramsey,®V-Pres.
J. M. Brown, Cashier
Mrs. A. H. Moore is visiting
relatives in Bertram.
Santa Fe Time Table.
West Bound leaves 5:55 a. m. &6:20 p,m
East Bound leaves 10:05 a.m&lO :00pm
H. & T. C Time-Table.
Train No. 52 leaves 8 25 a. m.
Train No. 54 leaves 1:45 p. m
Train No. 51 arrives 11:15 a. m.
Train No. 53 arrives 4:35 p. m.
Race of the Future.
We are more crossed than any
other nation in the history of the
world, and here we meet the same
results that are always seen in a
much-crossed race of plants; all
the worst as well as all the best
qualities of each are brought out
in their fullest intensities. Right
here is where selective environ-
ment counts. When all the neces-
sary crossing has been done, then
comes the work of elimination,
the work of refining, until we shall
get an ultimate product that
should be the finest race ever
knowrn. The characteristics of the
many peoples that make up this
nation will show in the com-
posite; the finished product will
be the race of the future.—Cen-
“I’d like to know why it is,”
mused Willie Waffles, “that
when I act like thunder, I’m
‘cross and disagreeable,’ but
when ma’s that way, she’s just
‘dreadfully nervous.’ ”
The Weekly Leader, $1 pr. yr
T. S. ALEXANDER,
Office with Walter Acker,
W. B. ABNEY,
Attorney at Law,
Civil Practice Exclusively,
R. O. SMITH, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Big 4 building, up
stair?. Diseases of women
and children a specialty
Phones at office and residence.
JNO. W. ELLIS
Physician and Surgeor)
Will do a general practice in
Lampasas and surrounding coun *
try. Phone at office and residence
Office at Lion Drug Store
JOE B. TOWNSEN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOON
OFFICE AT LION DRUG STORE.
Does a general practice at Lampasas
and in surrounding country,
JOE E. D1LDY,
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Lion Drug Store
Lampasas .’ .* Texas
our service to be equal to
any in west Texas. Small
favors thankfully received
and larger ones in propor-
Dorbandt & Dorbandt
Office at Schwarz & Hoffmann Drug
Store. Phones at office and residences
Everett 0 Jenkins
Skilled Workmen, Prompt at-
tention. Hot and cold Baths at
all hours. :: East side square.
New Shaving Parlor
North end Peoples National Bank
Building. Coke Dandruff Cure
and Hair Tonic. Get your shoes
shined while you wait.
The larpst, i®gt=¥qiilpp®d and Cleanest Flat Plug
Tetfesco Manufacturing Plant In the World
The Reynolds factories, equipped with
every modern appliance for producing the
best chcv/irg tobacco by a clean, sanitary
and healthful process, under the direction
of men who have made the business a life
study, are located in the centre of the Pied-
belt, known to W
the world as the ux
soil for tobacco
with an aroma so de-
lightful, pleasing and
appetizing that it created and popularized
the fondness for chewing tobacco.
Only choice selections of this well-
matured, thoroughly cured leaf are used in
SCHNAPPS and others of the high-grade
Reynolds brands, and expert tests prove
that this tobacco requires and takes a smaller
amount of sweetening than any other kind,
and has a wholesome, stimulating and satis-
fying effect on chewers.
schnapps is the brand that made the
Reynolds factories famous as the manu-
facturers of the best and most popular brands
of chewing tobacco, and made necessary the
from a small factory
in 1875 to the larg-
est flat-plug fac-
tor y in th e world.
The men who
Reynolds Co., in 1875, are directing it to-day.
There are a greater number of manufacturers
making imitations claimed to be just as good
as schnapps than any commodity manufac-
tured; yet there are more pounds of SCHNAPPS
chewed than the total amount of all imita-
tive brands, or tobacco of similar appearance.
B« sura the lettsrs on the tag and under tho tag spoil S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S, and you wlH have the genuine.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
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Vernor, J. E. The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 740, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1906, newspaper, July 27, 1906; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth894646/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.