The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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WE ARE FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS TO WORK
Warm weather will soon be
'here, so let us supply your
wants in summer hardware.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
ICE CREAM DIPPERS
ICE CREAM DISHES
For House Cleaning
FLOOR STAINS (all colors)
There Is No Firm in Texas
That Will Go Further for
the Working Man
than Our Firm
We carry a line of Implements that will make your
work easier and more profitable, and we have for you
a line that is no experiment. Our Implements have
been thoroughly tested and you know when you buy an
implement from us you have the best money can buy.
We only have a few Riding Planters and a few
Drag Harrows. Come early so you will get yours and
save the time and trouble of looking around to find
something just as good..
Don’t forget to look over our 5 and 1 Oc counters.
You will find many useful and necessary articles on
these counters. Call on us for small things as well as
large ones, for we take the same interest in seeing you
are pleased with a small purchase as we do when you
are making a large bill with us.
If you are a stranger ask your neighbor about us
and the first time you are in town come to see us and
get acquainted with us and our business methods. We
are always glad to see you.
FOX & MILLS HARDWARE COMPANY F.SS
Howard Mace came in Monday
morning from Toyah and Pecos
where he has been several days. He
will return in a few days and probably
locate in that growing western part of
Mrs. E. P. Hubbard, who has been
visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Hooper and with Capt. J. A. F.
Hubbard, left Monday morning for
]her home in Bryan. /
Mr. and Mrs. Salem McLean and
children came in Sunday from Gor-
man to visit in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kirschvink. Mr. McLean
has returned to Gorman, but his wife
and children will remain for a longer
Rev. C. M. Nelson went to Lake
Victor Sunday afternoon and preach-
ed for those good people of that com-
munity. Bro. Nelson is full of energy
and always finds plenty to do.
Bernard and Fred Allen returned to
Brownwood Sunday evening to re-
sume their school -work. Bernard has
been sick for several days, and Fred
came down to spend the week end,
both of them returning together.
Alex Largent, Jr. who has been here
with his wife and children on a visit
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Largent, Sr., left Monday morning
•for Detroit, Mich. His wife and chil-
dren will remain for a longer visit.
A Wooten, who lived near Kempner,
• died Saturday and was buried Sunday.
He was seventy-seven years old, and
had lived in,the Kempner community
many years. Mrs. G. W. Shanks is a
relative of Mr. Wooten, and she and
her daughter, Miss Maude, attended
Vhe funeral Sunday.
Meets at Lampasas Court House Sat-
urday, April 10th.
The regular April meeting of the
Lampasas-Bumet Sheep and Goat
Raisers will take place at Lampasas
Saturday, April 10th. At this meet
matters of vital importance will come
up, and every member and prospec-
tive member is asked to be present.
Officers will be elected, and all unfin-
ished business will be attended to.
W. T. MaGee, sheep specialist, Ex-
tension Service, A. & M. College, will
be here and address the meeting. Mr.
MaGee has accepted the place former-
ly held by M. W. Coll, and will have
something worth while to say in re-
gard to wool market and sheep indus-
try in general.
The Committee on Sacks and Twine
consisting of Perry Bowen, Ed Young,
and County Agent Smith, received no-
tice to the effect that same had been
shipped from Houston early Monday.
This would indicate that the sacks and
twine will be here by Saturday. In
that case they will be ready for distri-
bution on that day. All parties who
have not listed their orders with the
above mentioned committee should do
so at once as only a small surplus is
At this meeting all matters pertain-
ing to the year’s wool sale, report of
work done by Government wolf trap-
pers, storage facilities, and many oth-
er matters of importance will be taken
up and discussed. All sheep and goat
breeders who desire to become mem-
bers of the Association will please at-
tend the meeting and take part in the
proceedings. A. L. SMITH,
SURGEONS agree that in cases of
Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the
FIST TREATMENT is most import-
ant. When an EFFICIENT antisep
danger of infection and the wound be-
gins to heal at once. For use on man
or beast, BOROZONE is the IDEAL
ANTISEPTIC and HEALING Agsnt
Buy it now and be ready for an «-
ergency. Sold by All Druggists.
Geo. W. Clements went to San An-
gelo Sunday, to be gone a few days.
He does not take many holidays from
his business, and it is hoped he will
enjoy this little outing.
Farmers and others who live at a
_ distance from a drug store should
T'. ^1T7 fV.ori» fa nn [keep in the house a bottle of BAL-
ttc is applied promptly, there is no - * r*
LARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. It may
be needed at any time for cuts,
wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism.
It iB a powerful healing and pene-
trating remedy. Sold by all drug-
Young Mr. Neely, who was quite
sick is able to be up.
The frost and freeze which came on
Saturday night before Easter killed
all young vegetation. We are hoping
the com is just bit and will be coming
| out again. Most everyone had plant-
ed over, some being up and some not.
(Most everyone covered up their po-
Cal Spivey and family spent the
.week-end in San Saba county.
Lester Neely and family of Moline,
: spent Saturday night and Sunday with
his mother and family here.
Floyd Rodgers and Miss Betty Bur-
|ton of Lometa spent Sunday with
Guy Reeder and wife.
I Friends of Effie Alexander, who
formerly lived here, but now of Lo-
! meta, will be surprised to learn of her
j accepting a position in a dry goods
firm at Rising Star, where her sister,
| Miss Minnie, is stenographer. We un-
derstand the name of the firm is
Higenbotham, who have a number of
[stores at different places. Miss Ef-
Jfie is very much elated over her new
position, but her old patrons as well
| as the firm of Little Mercantile, will
miss her no little.
Onie Alexander and family of Port
Arthur, who formerly lived here, will
return to Lometa the latter part of
this week. Onie’s health would not
permit him staying at Port Arthur.
However, they all “come back.”
Mrs. Huling came in from Lexing-
ton, Ky. Sunday, Miss Montie having
stayed there. Jimmy and Rebba
Huling came out home to spend East-
Miss Natalie Smith, who has been
visiting Mary Huling, returned to her
Mrs. Hattie Nance and sons, Artie
Willie, and Jesse, and Master Wilson
Nance, spent Saturday in the home of
Edgar Ivey and family of Long Cove,
that being a dipping day Jesse
bought some yearlings.
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Holley and fam-
ily of Nix, visited Mrs. Holley’s moth-
er (Mrs. Neely) here last Friday and
Mrs. Neely returned home with them
for a few days’ visit.
Mrs. A. Brown received a telegram
Wednesday morning from Mart, stat-
ing her daughter, Leila, was married
The Little Check
“You don’t need to give me a very large check book,”
said a young lady who had just opened a bank account. “I
will not write any large checks.”
Of course that’s just a joke but did you ever stop to
think what a powerful thing a little check1 can become when
properly filled out with your name at the bottom? It will
buy your groceries, pay the business transactions, and safe-
guards your savings. It stimulates commercial confidence
and signifies success. “The Check’s the Thing.”
The Peoples National Bank.
J. F. WHITE, President; J. C. RAMSEY, Vice President
W. H. BROWNING, Vice President; ED HOCKER, Cashier.
R. J. PAINE, Assistant Cashier
that morning to a Mr. Corr. They
will make their home at San Antonio.
Mr. Carr is a railroad engineer.
Willis Brown, Tom Terry and
Worth and Jesse Nance attended the
show in Lometa Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bradley, Mr. and
Mrs. Stafford Mauldin, Check Med-
ders and Leonard McDonald and sis-
ter Beulah, all attended the show in
Lampasas Saturday evening.
Bert Landrey of Gorman came in
last week to spend a few days with
home folks. Sorry to say he is just
up from the flu and not able to work,
but is improving.
Willie Landrey and wife spent Mon-
day in Lometa.
R. Fowler, Nick Nance, Chess Lock-
hart and Tom Petrey spent Saturday
at the Groves’ well.
Jesse Baxter and Worth Nance
who came in contact with some steer’s
horns are somewhat crippled up. The
former got a rib broken and the lat-
ter a bruised up leg.
Mrs. R. W. Bridgers returned Mon-
day evening from a visit to her
daughter, Miss Geroline, who is at-
tending business college in Tyler.
Lucius Stephens, of Lometa, visited
friends here Monday.
County Agent A. L. Smith and
Frank Maloy, of Lometa, went to
Bartlett Saturday in their cars and
took twelve boys with them who are
interested in stock raising, and who
are receiving special instructions in
stock judging. They had a fine trip,
and Dr. T. B. Benson gave them a
splendid dinner at Bartlett, and also
gave them an address concerning their
work. A great deal of interest is be-
ing manifested among the boys in re-
gard to stock raising, and in a year
or so, Lampasas county will be among
the counties that are noted for high
H. Wilson, who lives near Lometa,
Was in town Monday and called at this
office to have The Leader sent to him.
He says the freeze did much damage
in his section. His potatoes were
nearly large enough to eat, and were
A prudent mother is always on the
watch for symptoms of worms in her
children. Paleness, lack of interest
in play, and peevishness is the signal
for WHTE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE.
A few doses of this excellent remedy
puts an end to the worms and the
child soon acts naturally. Sold by
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The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1920, newspaper, April 9, 1920; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth894732/m1/2/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.