The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Lampasas, Texas, Friday, August 27, 1920
DISTRICT COURT DOCKET ' Ed Doss et al vs. W. T. Moore et parents, Mr', and Mrs. W. N. Scott.
Thie September term of ,the Dis- jal; suit to establish roadway and -—
trict Court will convene here on Mon- Mandatory injunction. j FOR SALE—My 166 acre farm lo-
day, Sept6, and the ’following* cases \ D. A. Watson vs. W. J. Mai’tin, cated 6 miles north of Bertram on
had been filed up to 3 o’clock Thurs- guardian, of persons and estates of the Burnet and Lampasas roads. It
day afternoon: Mabel Martin et al minors et al; to is within a few hundred yards of a
Ella Perry vs. Riley Perry; Divorce. clear title and for Partitioni good school, two churches, store and
Steve Smith et al vs M F Kirby A Cockrell et al vs. A. C. Hewg- blacksmith shop. It has two sets of
et al; suit for partition and account- ley; suit for debt implements, two wells, 110 acres in
i _- ' cultivation, and possession may be
Mary C. McMasters vs. J. M. Van ADAMSVILLE DOTS had as soon as crop 1S eathered-
Nocker et al; action to quiet title. ( By A Reader Terms’ one-half cash and balance
C, C. Suppes vs Chas. H. White; 1 A new Blacksmith shop is being es- ®asy‘
suit on note and to foreclose chattel tablished here, and if the weather per- PP y 0 ’ ’ Unn’ er ram’ exas*
mortgage. fnits we may have a gin, as our gin '
Mary Gross vs. Jim Gross; divorce, yas moved away last year.. And
P. A. LeCompte vs. Chas Edwards 'from the way crops look now, there
et al; to try title and for damages. ,;will be plenty of cotton to keep a gin
Mrs. Katie Wright et al vs. Mrs. E. busy. The cotton in the community
E. Rather; suit on note. is certainly fine.
C- H. White vs. W. H. Flowers etj Health in the community fairly
WANT ANTHRAX SERUM TO
SAVE 5 OKLAHOMANS
i BOLSHEVIKS UTTERLY ROUTED
I Berlin, "Aug. 20.—The Poles have
Tulsa, Okla., Aug. 23. Five men, | taken Brest-Litovsk, according to a
all Tulsa farmers, have been stricken Warsaw dispatch dated Thursday. The
RANCH FOR SALE
Best Combination Ranch in Bandera
4500 acres, fine grass, half valley,
300 hundred cultivation, sheepproof
1; suit for damages and to cancel good although some are complaining fences, ,river water. Attractive price
note. of bad colds. for quick sale.
Levi Russel et al vs. W. H. Walton j. If we could have a little more sun-
et al; to rescind contract and to re- fehine and not so much rain we would
cover damages. fell feel better. (w43)
L. H. Phelan vs. Ivey Phelan; di- J Miss Jewel Karnes from Bertram
vorce. is visiting in the Adamsville section
A. L. Lee vs. Cora Lee; divorce. since last week.
with anthrax and, according to state-
ments of doctors here today, all will
die unless serum for the deadly dis-
ease is secured at once. The entire
State has been combed in search of
the anthrax serum, but none is to be 1
The spread of the disease to humans
comes as an aftermath to the anthrax
epidemic among cattle in this vicinity,
which caused deaths by the wholesale
The last human victim is a 19-
dispatch says three Bolshevik divis-
ions were annihilated in the opera-
tions around Warsaw.
London, Aug. 20.—Russia made a
definite promise to recognize Polish
This guarantee constitutes the first
clause of the new Soviet terms, sub-
mitted to the Polish plenipotentiaries
at Minsk at the second session of the
armistice and peace conference be-
tween Russia and Poland.
As officially announced at Minsk
E. D. Bell, Owner,
600 West Euclid,
San Antonio, Texas.
The School Crook revival closed
C. A. Elder vs. Beuna Elder; di- J' A party was enjoyed by a large at- August 23. There were thirty-four
vorce. . tendance last Saturday night at Mr. additions to the church twenty of
E. K. Gilchrist vs. Associated Mfg. and Mrs. Reed’s. [ whom received baptism. An -offer-
Cotton Seed Products; garnishment, j' Quite a lot of people from this com- ing was made for the orphans home
Peoples National Bank of Lampas munity have been attending the re- iat Albany of $70.00.
as vs. L. N. Johnson; suit on notes, jlvival meeting at School Creek, con-1 Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Lancaster
Minnie Minton vs. Barry Minton; Jducted by Rev. Clint Lancaster. rendered a very efficient service. The
divorce. |; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scott have got- fact that so many were reached with-
Jas. L. Walker vs. E. H. Howell Jten home from out west where they in a week is sufficient proof of the
& Co.; suit for labor. have been visiting Mrs. Scott’s par- fact that the preaching was powerful
G. C. Lindsey vs. A. W. Owens; jents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Greer at San ’ and convincing. It was perhaps the
suit for damage. I’Angelo and also visited other points largest number received at any one
A. R. Roberts vs. Lettie Roberts; iin the west while there. Mr Scott
divorce. 'feays crops are looking fine out there
Stella Shipman vs. Tom Shipman; jhnd they are certainly having rain
W. B. O’Neal vs. Velia O’Neal; di- Mrs. Luke Ligon spent the week end
time in the history of the church.
F. W. Taylor
FOR SALE—Three room bungalow
!and one acre of land. Plenty water
vorce. |'with her mother last week. jfor irrigating, one mile to school. A
Ex Parte Estate A. H. Moore de-j Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robison from bargain if sold soon.
j Denton are visiting Mrs. Robison’s (wp)
Mr. and Mrs. .T. D. Wylie and son,
Henry, returned home Sunday from
San Angelo, Mr. Wylie having gone
on the train and brought his wife
and son home with him in his car.
year-old boy. Doctors say he must be - tonight the terms, summarized are as
tendered a double dose of serum with- follows:
in the next few days if his life is to Article 1. Complete recognition of
be saved. Polish independence.
Article 2. Renunciation by Russia
of all indemnity claims on Poland.
Article 3. The Polish frontiers to
remain as previously outlined by Earl
Curzon, except that some additional
territory be granted Poland east of
Bialystok and Cholm.
Article 4. Poland must reduce her
army to 50,000 men, plus 10,000 for
administrative work, as workers and
in the civic guard. ,
Article 5. Demobilization must be
completed in accordance with the pre-
ceding clause within a month.
Articles 6, 7 and 8 stipulate and
specify reductions in armaments.
Article 9 provides that hostilities
cease within 72 hours after the terms,
Russia also insists upon free dis-
tribution of land to the families of
Polish victims of the struggle against
the Soviet and claims full possession
of the Wolkovisk-Gielystock-Gfaiovp
Railway, with free transit for Russian
commerce across Poland to the Baltic.
LAMPASAS CITY SCHOOLS
OPEN SEPT. 13
The Lampasas City schools will op-
en Monday, Sept. 13th, with W. B.
Toone as superintendent, and R. B.
Twitty, principal. A full corps of
jteachers has been selected for the
term, and an unusually large attend-
ance is looked for. The school last
year had just about as many as the
building capacity would permit, in
fact the primary grades were made
into separate morning and afternoon
divisions in order to give better sat-
isfaction to all. If the schools in-
crease as much as they did last year,
it may be that some other arrange-
ments will have to be made. The school
board and trustees have the interests
of the school at heart, and whatever
is necessary will be done for them.
The Weekly Leader $1.50 year.
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The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1920, newspaper, August 27, 1920; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth895108/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.