The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 677, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 15, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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The Lampasas Daily Leader
Vernor & Abney, Proprietors
J, E. Vernor. Editor and Manager.
Thornton Read, Associate Editor.
Entered at the pestoffice' at Lampasas * March 7,
19CW, as second class mail matter.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
One week........................ 10c
One month ........... 40c
Subject to the action 'of the
For Sheriff and Tax Collector,
Bice King, „
It. N. Higdon, •
J, M. Powell,
J. K. Morriss.
For County Treasurer,
D, A. Holley.
G. W. Tinkle.
For County Clerk,
John W. Stephens.
J. E. Morgan.
For Public Weigher,
George W. Long,
C. O. Witcher.
For County Attorney,
H. F, Lewis.
For District Clerk,
A. F. Baker
W. G. Smith.
For Tax Assessor,
E. T. Jordan.
J. E. Wiley.
Tom H. Haynie.
For County Judge,
M. M. White, (re-election)
. For District Attorney,
John D. Bobinson.
Rev. W. A. Boggess, pastor of 1
the Christian church of this city,
writes from Fort Worth that the
meeting in which he is engaged
is progressing splendidly and that
there have been a number of ad-
ditions. He does not state, how-
ever, when he expects to return^
On the beautiful lawn of Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Terry, on Tues-
day, May 15, beginning at 6
o’clock and continuing until all is
sold, the Golden Link society of
the Methodist church will serve
ice cream and cake at 10 cents
per dish. Make your arrange-
ments to be there.
Miss Allie Brookman, the train-
ed nurse who has been with Mrs.
W. T. Hunger for the past six
weeks, returned to her home at
Temple this morning. Miss Brook-
man stands at the top of the lad-
der in her chosen profession.
Mrs. Munger is improving nicely
and will be among her friends
There is more profit to be made
on business by telephone than
from any other source. What
are you doing to increase your
sales by telephone? 14,000 sub
scribers added to our system du:
ing 1905, besides thousands of
miles of toll circuit. Hustle for
The Southwestern Tel. and Tel. Go
C. A. Logan made a business
trip to Belton today.
T. S. Alexander spent Sunday
and Monday in Cameron.
Major A. McFarland is in
Kempner today on business.
Wm. Abbey of Houston is here
for a few days to visit his family.
Mrs. Fulton is here from Lo-
meta to visit her son, Ed Fulton.
Mrs. W. T. Caldwell is home
from a few days visit to Austin.
W. C. Foote of Llano is among
the visitors to the city this week.
J. F. Smith of San Angelo is
here looking after business mat-
y. At. C. A. Picnic.
The Y. M. C. A. notes of the
Temple Tribune has the follow-
“Our annual picnic to Hancock
park, Lampasas, will be held on
Tuesday, June 5, the train stop-
ping at Belton only, and then
running express to Lampasas.
The rate will be $1.25 for adults
and 75c for children. We are
planning to make this an ideal
outing, so begin now to make
your plans to go.”
Before this picnic the grounds
should be put in good condition.
It will not be done by the owner
nor the manager, but must be
done by the citizens. Funds
should be raised for this purpose
at once. Remember that ap-
pearances count for a great deal
This is an event that brings its
hundreds to us every year. While
it’s distinctly a Temple affair, we
should try to make these visitors
feel perfectly at home here and
every local man should do his
part in making the picnic a suc-
cess. Lampasas now has a good
And Skill Knowingly Applied
Are the foundation of good clothes. Getting the Lion’s Share. “Naumberg” on
the collar makes competition '‘holler.” Why? Because the style and fit are there
Tabor made and ready for service, and we are not afraid to compare “Naumberg’s”
with any brand on earth. The clothes that bear this label have character. What
sterling is to silver, what bessemer is to steel, Naumberg’s label in a garment is to
clothing. It is a standard of reliability. If you are one whom we are approaching
for the first time, we would be glad to have this announcement an “entering wedge.’’
We Would be Glad to Have Your Business
Lampasas Commercial Company
By A. B. C-l
The health of the community
Crops are looking hne in spite
of the prolonged dry spell. The
farmers are especially anxious to
see another good rain. The cot-
ton crop is good and fall oats are
beginning to ripen. Gardens
are fine and new potatoes are
The sheepmen in this commu-
nity are making arrangements to
shear immediately. Some have
already sheared. The roads are
almost lined with the Mexican
Oscar Nance and family were
guests of Mrs. John Nance Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Dee Alexander and wife spent
Friday and Saturday in Lampas-
as where they went to attend the
ball team and a game in the af- closing exercises of Mrs. Mont-
Fault Jars, Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Picks, Ice Shares, Spriuk-
lmg Hose, Poultry Netting, Garden Tools.
Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves
are the best. Save time, money, worry and temper.
Call and see us.
POX & MILLS
* A COMPLETE SHOPi
ternoon would be of great inter-
est. Let everybody go out to this
picnic prepared to have a good
time and try to show some vis-
itor the same.
Mrs. W. R. Moore and sons are
home from a pleasant visit to Lo-
Mrs. C. B. Jordan and little
daughter, Minnie D., are in Cole-
man for a few days’ stay.
Dr. Sibley of Austin is here on
a visit to his son, Altone Sibley,
who is quite ill at the Huggins
County Union Meeting.
The delegates to the Lampasas
county Farmers’ Union will meet
in regular session at Topsey
school house near the line of
Lampasas and Coryell counties,
on Wednesday, June 6. All vis-
iting brethren are cordially in-
vited and an especial invitation
is extended to the Coryell unions
to meet with us. Fraternally,
W. A. Crawford,
Pres. L. C. Farmers’ Union.
The Golden Links of the Meth-
odist church cordially invite you
and yours to the lawn of Mrs.
Emmett Terry this evening, and
they promise to do the rest.
Rev. R. E. Vinson of the Aus-
tin Presbyterian Theological Sem-
inary, who is well known here,
will occupy the pulpit of the Tem-
ple church during the absence of
the pastor, Rev. B. E. Hodges.
In addition to its or-
dinary available as-
sets, this bank is still
further fortified, and
Paid in Capital Stock
of Stock Holders
Security over and above
all other assets
First National Bank
gomery’s music school, of which
their daughter, Minnie, was a pu-
Miss Myrtle Alexander of
Runnels county, is visiting rela-
tives here. She will take her
aged grandmother home with her
when she returns. We will be
sorry to lose “Aunt Margaret”
even for so short a time.
Mrs. Joe Childers spent Thurs-
day shopping in Lampasas.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
C. N. Nance will be sorry to
learn of the death of their infant
son on the 7th instant.
Mrs. Ed McLean of Lampasas,
is spending the week with rela-
tives on the creek.
Mrs. Jennings of Lampasas is
a guest of Mrs. W. B. Hensley
Little Ethel Blauvelt who lives
at Live Oak, but who visits in
this community quite often, had
the misfortune to break one of
the bones in her right arm by
falling from the bed.
The children of the late Mrs.
Miller have erected a beautiful
tombstone [over their mother’s
and father’s graves. Also Wm.
Herring added one to their little
Our dedication service was a
grand success. Brother E. L.
Springer preached an excellent
sermon and we are glad to say
that arrangements are pending
by which it is possible to secure
him to assist our pastor with the
meeting here in July.
I have the most complete blacksmith
and woodworking establishment in this
section and keep skilled men employed
to do the work necessary to be done. I
have recently installed a gasoline en-
gine and a number of band, rip and
groove saws and am prepared to do any-
thing in the line of sawing small work,
making brackets, scroll work, etc.
Tires shrunk by cold process and all
W. S. florris
Corner 4th Street
and Western Ave.,
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We have something special to offer in Cypress
Your repair and small bills will receive prompt
We treat town and country people alike.
We want your trade and will satisfy you.
Paint now and use Ruchter Durable Paint.
Guaranteed three years for 2 coats or five years
for 3 coats.
Commissioners court is in ses-
sion this week with all members
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will be offered you for your trade. We guarantee satis-
faction, have a fresn, new line of Groceries and fruit, in
fact anything you want. Try us and be convinced. Free
delivery and Phone connection. Cor. Main and 3d Sts.
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Vernor, J. E. The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 677, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 15, 1906, newspaper, May 15, 1906; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth895066/m1/4/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.