The Lampasas Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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STOKES BROS. SHIPPING WOOL FOR SALE
Stokes Bros, began clearing their' My home on North Walnut street,
wearhouses of wool Friday and ship- House of 6 rooms and bath, good out-
ment will be made to Boston. Prac- houses, 6 bearing pecan trees, has 1 %
tically all of it will be shipped out. lots. Easy terms'.
Many of the wool buyers are shipping (d-wp) John W. Alexander.
out all over the state to avoid the ad- I _-
vance in railroad freight rates, which ; Little Evoline Bridges*, returned
go into effect this month. There has home from jLake Victor today, where
been no market for wool this season she had been visiting in the home of
as yet, but the mere fact of the move- Mr. and Mrs, Tom Mallett.
ment of the wool may stimulate a ! ____
market and the situation be loosened i Mrs. D. K. Moss, of Austin, who
up. Towns west of Lampasas.are has been visitifig in the home of W.
also shipping out, but very little be- N. Moss, near C'opperas Cove, and
also visiting her granddaughter, Mrs
F. L. Harmon, left Saturday morning
for an extended visit to Mississippi.
A RECTORY PURCHASED
The vestry of the St. Mary’s Episco- _
pal church has purchased a rectory1 P,i i 7 ~7~77 ., „
J , , , „ „ „ „ „ * Easters returned Friday from
for t»e church, and he Rev E * Bar- a trip t0 San Antonio and Robatown.
low and family ty.ll be located m the His sop, Harry Eastera, ,of San An.
residence some time during the first • . . , . „ ,, _ ,
, , 0 . , B tomo, accompanied his father to Robs-
part of September. The property town
purchased is located just south of the i
church, known as the Haynie place, j Clarence Moses and Chester Alex-
and owned by Rev, Mr. Perry, who ander left Saturday morning for Wa-
formerly hved here. |f0, where they go to look after inter-
Thls property is conveniently Id- Bsts conneeted with the new
cated for a rectory, and Mr. and Mrs store they are going to establish.
Barlow will find they have splendid i
neighbors and no doubt will make Mrs. Lloyd Morgan and little son,
g00d ne,gflb^;_ ,of New Castle, are here on a visit to
A gentleman speaking of the polit- “A P^nts, Mr. and Mrs.
ical situation said the good women V Watf"- . TheJ; als0 vlsit
would have to elect the next govern- re,iraves at Brl«Ss hcfort returning
or of Texas. If he is correct in his 10n*e'
prognostication, it is up to the good : n .
women of Lampasas to vote on the ! DoJouithink a society man can be
28th in the run-off primarf election. 3 ^ Se® Wllham Dun'
It may be that you do not like being ZJ-Frlu/ ***” ^
called a “suffrage.it,” but if you are.
conscientiously trying to do your duty j „ . . ___
from every viewpoint, it is your duty !. W- R- who has been visit-
to vote and help elect the next govern- daughter, Mrs. Ed Young, for
~~ of Texas. Some things become a severaI days, left Monday morning for
■’ ■ - - Houston.
duty that are not altogether pleasant,
and this is a duty that has been im-
posed, or placed, upon all women who
are eligible to vote. Do your duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Tilford Bean and two
children returned home late Friday
~~ 1 evening from an automobile trip to
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moore, of Ham- Amarillo, and on their return came by
huig, Ala., spent a short time hefe Dallas and Waco. They report a won-
this week, and on their return were deful wheat crop up about Amarillo,
accompanied by Mrs. G. W. Smith, the grain being cut and stacked but
who will make her home in the future it will take them until January to get
with a half sister. Mr. Moore is a it all threshed.
nephew of Mrs. Smith, and came to 1 ' ___
Lampasas for the express purpose of Mrs. L. II. Hardwick and little son,
movbg- ^ aUnt t0 the h°me °f hiS °f the Unity com™unity, left Satur-
day morning for Cameron, on a visit
---- to relatives.
Mrs. Felix Earnest and two child- * --.
Irjeri, Evelyn land 'Harold Hofmann,! Mrs, R. W. Daniels and daughter,
and Miss Annie Mae Earnest and her Miss Jewel Daniels, passed through
friend, Miss Myrtle Matthews, of Lampasas Saturday morning from
Brenham, all left by automobile for Santa Anna, on their way to Lake
Doilglas, Arizona^ Friday morning. Victor, to visit in the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Earnest and the children have Daniel’s father, Gordon Brown.
been visiting here for several weeks,! ---
and Miss Annie Mae and Miss Mat- ; Mrs. W. R. Bridgers and daughter,
thews spent their vacation in Texas, Miss Geroline, returned home Sunday
both of them being teachers in the evening from a visit to Dallas and
schools of Douglas. ' Terrell.
Miss Alma Hatley returned home
Friday from Denton where she has
been attending the summer school.
Edward O. Wykes.of Quanah, ar-
rived Friday morning for a short vis-
it with relatives and friends. He is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wykes,
of Oakalla, and is now in the automo-
bile business in Quanah, where he has
built up a successful business.
Mrs. Liilie Scott, who has been vis-
iting in the home of Wm. Scott, at
Adamsville, left for her home at Pros-
pect, Collin county, Friday morning.
KILL THE BLUE BUGS.
And all blood sucking insects by
feeding Martin’s Wonderful Blue
Bug Killer to your chickens. Your
money back ir not satisfied.
(JET MORE EGGS
By feeding Martin’s Egg Producer.
Double your money back in eggs or
your money back in cash. Martin’s
Roup and White Diarrhoea remedies
all Martin’s Remedies by
(Ncv 5) Mackey & Ransom.
Miss Bernice Qarner, daughter of
T. P. Garner, of the Adamsville
neighborhood, returned from Austin
Friday, where she has been attending
Clive Terry, of the Clayrock com-
munity, who has been in the sanitari-
um in Temple for the past several
weeks, returned to his home Thurs-
day, August 19. He is getting along
very nicely, and hopes to be alright
A new cement walk has been con-
structed at the crossing of Second
and Main streets, which makes con-
nection with a long string of cement
walks on both streets. Little by lit-
tle Lampasas is gradually getting her
sidewalks and crossings made of ce-
ment, which adds materially to the
comfort of pedestrians. Let the good
work of improving the streets and
sidewalks of Lampasas go on until we
have no room for complaint.
COTTON PICKERS WANTED
We made this ciga-
rette to meet
/^AMEDS have wonder-
^ fill full-bodied mellcw-
mildness and a flavor as
refreshing as it is new.
Camels quality and Camels expert
blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos win you on merits.
Camels blend never tires your taste. And,
Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste
nor unpleasant cigaretty odor!
What Camels quality and expert blend can
mean to your satisfaction you should find
out at once! It will prove our say-so when
you (compare Camels with any cigarette
in the world ai any price!
Ccmcla ara bold overyrvhore. in scientifically sealed packages cf 20
cigarettes for 20 cents; or fan packages (20C cigarettes) in a glassine-
papor-coverod carton. yVo strongly recommend this carton for the
home or o:5ice supply er when you travel.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem. N. C.
a '-'- .,. •
\ou have heard of the man who always intended to put a new
roof on his house but when the weather was good he could not see
the necessity and when it was raining he could not do the work.
four building is far from first class condition unless it has a good
roof, and we advise that you begin now to make your repairs before
material advances again and while the weather is suitable for such
We can supply your wants in roofing material whether it bd
shingles, galvanized iron or composition roofing. There is no need
to wait longer for that new roof but do it now before the winter sea-
Cameron & Co.
R. E. RAWLS, Manager
With the opening of the public j rural districts with meagre oppor- you will soon find yourself feeling at
schools just a few weeks off, the in-. tunities, that there is no service they home. This attempt at a lay sermon
LOST —A russet leather, leather
lined hand grip with double compart-
ment; contained lady’s blue coat suit
and black messaline dress. Finder
will please notify me at Belton, Texas
(d-wp) L. H. Carll.
I want 300 cotton pickers to help I flux of children from tb£ country are capable of rendering, but such is
gather the cotton on my Riverside will be noticeable. Not only will this fnot the case_in fact, we are all
influx be felt by the public schools, j “country folks moved to town,” and
but it will be an opportunity for the about the only difference between us
Sabbath Schools of the city to mater-| fa the country folks have more to eat
fine places to camp; several big lakes jially increase their attendance, and a!ahd ]ive better, arid town folks have
, Farm, Rice Farm and Green Lake
! Farm near Cameron. More than
4,000 acres in cotton, so/ne houses and
and several miles of river front, j church that is wide-awake will not let
Wells, spring and lakes water. Cot- I this golden opportunity slip by. Per-
ton will make from % to 1 bale per ihaps a majority of the children go to
acre. Families preferred. Come or Sabbath school in their various com-
Superintendent W. B. Toone asks
The Leader to state that all of the
Lampasas teachers would attend the
Belton Teachers’ Institute, instead of
the institute at Goldthwaite. It is
said the institute at Belton has a
splendid program, as well as the one
R. L. Batte, Cameron, Tex.
munities, but it is a noticeable fact
that when people come to town from
rural districts, they do not' have, or
LOST MULE seem to feel, the same obligation in
Strayed from Carter pasture near ! going to Sabbath school as they do in
more to wear and less to eat—a dif-
ference of tweedle-dee and tweedle-
dum. What we are trying to say is,
the people who move to town from
the country are capable of rendering
is the outgrowth of an appeal froni
one of the pastors of a Lampasas
EX-SERVICE MEN! APPLY FOR
YOUR MEDAL ^ v,
A Service Medal, known as the Vic-
tory Medal, is being awarded to all
Officers, contract surgeons and en-
listed men, who served in the Army
of the United States at any time be-
service in the church and in other ac- - tween April 6, 1917 and November 1-1,
tivities for the up-lift of the common- j 1918, and whose service was honor-
ity-, just the same as in the rural able.
church and community, and they | You should apply at once. Write
Ogle, dark bay yearling mare mule, j their home church, when the truth of should not feel estranged from doing ! Army Recruiting Station (Victory
Owner will appreciate information re- the business is, the responsibility their duty, just because they have an Medal Section,) 1514 Main Street
should fall heavier because the ad- idea that we are “cityfied.” Come Dallas, Texas.
vantages are greater. Some seem to .to town and go right into the church _1_ -
think just because they had lived in .work just like you were at home, and The Weekly Leader 6 months 75c.
lative to above. Address
B. F. Bouldin,
(W43 Lometa, Texas
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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/m1/3/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.