The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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It isn’t all in knowing and taking pains. You have got to have good equipment to insure against loss of your
time. We take great care in selecting the best implements money can buy. We don’t think there is any Disc
Plow sold in Lampasas that’s as good as the Standard and Sanders. They are made of the best material which
insures the longest life, with less extras to keep them up.
It is conceded by the farmers who are successful grain raisers that the Kentucky Grain Drill has very few
equals and no superiors. So come to us for
Standard Disc Plows
Sanders Disc Plows
P. & O. Disc Plows
Kentucky Grain Drills
GUARANTEED TO SUPPORT
OVER HALF A TON
Camping outfits for Cotton Pickers who want to camp
Skillets and Lids Lanterns
Frying Pans Camp Stools
Cots Tin cups and Plates
Cheap Knives and Forks
Croquet Sets Fishing Tackle
6 IN.X6 IN. X3FT.21N LONG-
We are headquarters for Winchester Guns, Ammunition, Etc.
fox & Mils Hardware Company
■THE HOUSE OF SERVICE-
DOUBLE WEDDING i KEMPNER PIG-POULTRY SHOW j PRIMARY ELECTION
A double wedding took place Wed- | On September 10th there will be a j In the democratic primary election
nesday afternoon at the court house barbecue and Kempner State Bank | run-off' Saturday, following is the re-
Mt- 3 o’clock The young people same Pig-Poultry show at Kempner, and suit for State offices:
from Moline neighborhood, where they'great preparations are being made. | FOR GOVERNOR—Neff 805, Bail-
belone to well known families of that'All the entries are open to the Lam-,ey 384.
community. The contracting parties pasas county breeders for competition, j FOR LIEUT. GOV.—Davidson 496,
were- J Doris Cook and Miss Gracie And the judging will start Friday, .Johnson 571.
Duncan and Anderson Arrowwood Sept. 10th, at 9 a. m. There are num- FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE SU-
and Mlss Josephine Wilkey. Judge |erous prizes offered for best hogs,1PREME COURT-Pierson 416, Haw-
W H Adkins performed the ceremony 'and any one wanting information con- kins 619.
which united the happy couples in the 'cerning rules and making application
holy bonds" of matrimony. After the ,for entries will confer with the secre-
LOANS ON FARMS AND RANCH-
ceremonythey visited numerous stores tary, Emmet Whitis, of Kempner, or ;ES, made in LAMPASAS, CORYELL,
Hhe ly Ld every thing was as County Agent A. L. Smith. They are (BELL AND WILLIAMSON COUN-
“merrv as marriage bells.” 'expecting to make this one of the best; TIES. Loans made on good terms
_° ! shows ever held in Lampasas county. | with moderate interest rates with less
A telegram was received Tuesday! Kempner has a splendid pig club,!than usual delay. Write or phone L.
evening announcing the birth of a and great interest has been manifest- A. Chanslor, Killeen, Texas. (w)
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mor- ed m making this show a splendid
"» 011 A“gUSt 31St ^ Whit, R. Nm Go’odXldl™:
Mrs. Mattie Franco, of San Fran-
cisco, California, arrived Tuesday
The baseball game Tuesday after- mett Whitis, of Kempner are working j morning and in a guest in the home
; . r * a„c Florence in the interest of the pig-poultry show jof her brother, Lon McLean, who lives
noon between Lampasas i,, favor and are doing all they can to make it|„n the John Brandon place. Mrs.
resulted m a ^ - ■> a success i Franco will be remembered here as
ot Florence. There was a good crowd a _ I Mjss
present, but as they were generous
enough to admit ladies free, it was
not a “paying” crowd. Lampasas ball
DONOVAN MILL SOLD .
a _____ _______ . A deal has been closed in which J.
team expect to go to Florence Satur- H. Reynolds & Sons, of Mt. Calm, be-
day and play another game with them,'come the owners of what is known
1 . J______ 1 r* "n/wirttron T\/Ti 1 1 L n -nmnnrfxr T
Lampasas, Texas, Aug. 30, 1920.
I hereby ask all farmers to meet me
da-v and play anotner game wjtui wiciii, me uwtrcto wx >.u«t « «*^„*Jat Lampasas court house at 2 p. m.
and here’s hoping the home team wins.'as Donovan Mill, the property of J. j Saturday, Sept. 4, for the purpose of
T. Donovan. The trade includes the discussing farm products.
bert Clements, on Third street. It tvill, Donovan.
he bungalow style and have all mod-1 W is understood the younger mem-
■ . , mi,:- w„e. old bers of the firm will move to Lam-
homeTtr°Ge w" Clements and Elbert Pj>sas and operate the business, and
n , , v _ ,,„„v ni,i Mr. Donovan is to give possession the
has lived there since he was a year old , „ ,
and there is just a little-bit of senti- 1st of February.
anC ' , , • _ „w„v fv.p ! Mr. Donovan has been m the milling
•ment attached to tearing away the . , . .
, , , xi,„ business in Lampasas about torty
old home place, but soon as the nevv \ ,
Line is completed there will be pleas- years and he thmks that is long
ant memories connected with it to enough.
•take the place of the old.
Dr. M. M. Landrum and family have
inoved to Noah Smith’s rent residence
on Grand Avenue, known as the No-
ble place. Clarence Moses and fam-
ily will soon have their house ready
for occupancy, and the new improve-
ments add very much to the appear-
ance and convenience of the place.
Miss Lillie Belle Moore has accept-
ed a position as cashier of the grocery
department of Senterfitt-Andrew Co.
Miss 11a Harwell will also be in this
department until school begins.
WILL SELL—One dresser, 1 Li-
brary table, 3 rockers, 4 strait chairs,
2 arm chairs, kitchen table, 2 burner
oil stove, 1 oven, Old Trusty incubator
(used one time) 5x8 chicken house,
3x4 baby chick house 3x6 brooder coop
roll of 4 ft. wire.
(d56w) See Fagg at Shine Parlor.
FOR LEASE—I have 730 acre pas-
ture six miles east of Lampasas for
lease. This is known as the old Al-
len place. For particulars see me at
J. P. Gilchrist.
R. A. Millsaps,
Pres Lampasas County Union.
FOR SALE—One five
Ford car, nearly new.
(d55w) T. N. Stevens.
•LOANS ON FARMS AND RANCH-
ES, made in LAMPASAS, CORYELL,
BELL AND WILLIAMSON COUN-
TIES. Loans made on good terms
with moderate interest rates with less
than usual delay. Write or phone L.
A. Chanslor, Killeen, Texas. (w)
Another real estate transfer has
morning and is a guest in the home
sold his residence, on the corner of
Broad and First streets, to W. R.
Wagle. Mr. Murphree will give pos-
session in a few days. Lampasas is
not on a boom, but it is certainly do-
ing a good business in real estate.
Miss Myra Montgomery, of Delhi,
La., is visiting in the home of her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLean.
Tkxnrfs Needed Worse
When the new baby arrived at Bobby’s home the doctor said: “Well
Bobby, how do you like your new baby sister?” Bobby replied: “Oh,
she’s all right, I guess, but there’s a whole lot of things we need worse.”
It is' often a hard task to tell just what is needed “worst,” but a few
things are of more importance than funds at a good, reliable bank al-
ways subject to check. And a solid bank account is not attained at
once. It is usually built up step by step. Better begin now. There
are few things you will need “worse.”
Tke Peoples National Bank.
J. F. WHITE, President; J. C. RAMSEY, Vice President
W. H. BROWNING, Vice President; ED HOOKER, Cashier.
R. J. PAINE, Assistant Cashier
Grandmother used it and handed it
down to daughter and granddaugh-
ter. It helped them all—is a boon
to all women and young girls.
“Woman’s Relief” — “Mother’s
Cordial”. GUARANTEED—if the
FIRST bottle gives no benefit, the
dealer from which it was bought
will REFUND THE MONEY. The
prescription of an old family physi-
cian, in use for three generations.
S«U Pr*pa. A Mfra.
THATCHER MEDICINE CO.
Ttn., U. 3. A.
Mrs. Myrtle Miller, Ok la.
“I was an invalid for two
years. By the advice of my
druggist I used STELLA
VITAE and it cured me.
I can now do all my own
Mrs. V. K. Us sell, Suf-
folk, Va. “Before I took
Stella Vitae I never saw a
well day for over twelve
months. After taking one
bottle I was better. My
complexion has cleared
up and 1 have gained 20
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The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1920, newspaper, September 3, 1920; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth895044/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.