The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 757, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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Ife lampasas Dally Leader
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SM. Vsrnor. Editor and Manager.
taMRaaSsra Read, Associate Editor.
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1904, as second class mail matter.
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The Fanners Warehouse.
f*h© committee having in
i^uafge the building of a ware-
•juMee for the farmers of Lampa-
sas-county report that they have
in hand, in the bank and
afegaod guarantees which insures
they will be able to construct
% bouse for the purpose of hold-
ing their produce until such time
fchey desire to dispose of the
SHuae, They have not yet de-
^mined upon the location for
ffom building, and unless Lam-
shows a disposition to put
rags a donation it may go else-
wfeere. It is important that some
action be taken and at once, as
:jm board of directors of the
banners Union will meet here
lUSaturday to determine the char-
ae&B? of the building and the
rjibasd at which it will be located.
Suauopasas is the logical location
.iinrsuch a building, and it will be
-Twilt for the business men to in-
i&cset themselves at once and se-
the location. It will be
wmtfo good money to every in-
iiaresfc in the city.
Honey to Loan
The Peoples National
fa prepared to]make a
large number of loans
and to make them
J. 0. Ramsey,*V-Pres.
J. M. Brown, Cashier
Mrs. M. Dechard, of Elgin,
vtri&lfcaa been here for some time
visit to her grand daughter
jllcHL 0L L. Biggs, has returned to
The fecial meeting of the
jKaeiam Star has been called off
iMN^tltepe will be no meeting un-
til itra next session of this organ-
imSkm. Members will please
Nothing prettier than a healthy
Set of Teeth
EUTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE
Antiseptic. Effective. Delightful.
We Guarantee Our Brushes.
Schwarz & Hoffmann*
There will be a reunion of the
Andrew family at the home Mr.
and Mr3. Clyde Northington this
week. Bob Andrew and family
of San Angelo are already here,
J. H. Andrew and family of this
city will assist Mrs. Northington
in entertaining the visiting mem-
bers of the family. Max Andrew
and family, Vic Andrew and fam-
ily and George Andrew, all of
Houston will all be here and take
partin the reunion.
A telephone message Wednes-
day night -reported that Captain
C. Dorbandt was seriously ill at
his home at Bertram, and Dr. J.
D. Dorbandt, accompanied by his
little daughter Allie, left at once
by private conveyance to see
what could be done for the old
gentleman. His many friends
here will hope that he is only
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
Brown wood Fair In November.
The fair committee appointed
by the citizens of Brownwood
has fixed the dates of the fair
for November 5-6-7. This will
conflict with no local affairs of a
similar nature the nearest event
being the San Antonio Fair.
The committee has decided to call
the meeting the Brown County
Stock and Poultry Show. It is
however to be as near a fair as
so late a start will permit. Ar-
rangements will be made with big
attractions and there will be a fall
carnival in connection with the
fair. There will be a good pre-
mium list and large purses for the
various races. Dr. E. E. King
has been appointed as manager of
the poultry department and offi-
cials will be appointed later.
The committee which is solicit-
ing subscriptions is meeting with
considerable ^encouragement, and
from present indications the af-
fair will be a great success. The
date is at a very pleasant time of
the year, and conditions are es-
pecially favorable to racing and
to the showing of poultry and
stock. The Leader wishes the
Brownwood people all possible
success in this event.
Weatherford 4—Lampasas 3
The crippled Lampasas team
was defeated Wednesday at
Weatherford by the crack team of
that place by a score of 4 to 3.
From the account given by Mc-
Henry who is home, having been
disabled by a broken finger, the
team is in no condition whatever
to play. McBride was picked up
at Abilene and about all he can
do is to stop the ball for the pitch-
er. Eagan, who has been ap-
pointed captain by Manager No-
ble, will not allow him to attempt
to throw to a base. This of course
makes it [possible to steal bases
very easily. Mooney is playing
first with a badly sprained hand,
Tiernan has such a bad knee that
he cannot run at all, Farquhar has
a broken finger, Humphreys, the
new infielder, is sick and the team
generally are in poor shape.
They have yet two games to play
at Weatherford before returning.
Considering their poor condition,
they have played remarkable ball
all their victories and defeats
having been won and lost by
By our regular correspondent
The union camp meeting held at Tay-
lor’s Grove closed Sunday night. There
has never been a more largely attended
more orderly or more successful meet-
ever held at Topsey. - There were
four ministers present: Rev. O. C.
Sweeny, of Copperas Cove; E, Thomp-
son, of Lometa; C. B. Roberts, of Me-
nardville and T. A, Leach of Lampasas,
Revs. Sweeney and Leach did most of
the preaching, though Rev Ed. Thomp-
son preached very acceptably several
times, and rendered valuable assistance
in other ways. Rev. C. B. Roberts who
is on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. S. S.
Fillmon, is well known in this section
was on the camp grounds nearly all the
time and cheerfully aided the ministers
in charge. Miss Frieda Krempine pre-
sided at the organ and was untiring in
her services. Miss Missinger and Mrs.
Frank Harmon rendered valuable as-
sistance. There were thirty conver-
sions, twenty additions to the Methodist
church, and five to the Presbyterian,
several of the converts going to other
churches The Methodists have deter-
mined to build a house of worship and
for that purpose raised over $800 Sun-
day afternoon. The Baptist people are
also raising funds for the erection of a
church and the German Lutherans have
already begun and will soon have their
There was a Sunday school rally at
the camp ground Sunday at 8 p. m. con-
ducted by the superintendent, Dr. J. D.
Read. Revs. Sweeny, Leach and
Thompson made short addresses on sev-
eral phases of the Sunday school work
which interested all present. The spir-
it of harmony that prevailed assures
the success of the union Sunday school.
There were camped on the grounds
the families of Jas. Morgan, Albert
Nelson, John Brown, Luther Harmon,
Scott Garner, Wm Leslie, Bill Walker,
W. S. and Tom Archie, W. Y. Norred,
Geo. West and Mrs. Ben Terry. These
all dispensed their hospitality with a
lavish hand and every visitor was made
welcome. This meeting will long be
remembered not only for the number
saved but for the spirit of harmony
Mrs. Vardaman and Miss Clara
Brown were guests at the home of
Harry Taylor last week.
Mrs. Chas. Sweeny and children of
Lometa are visiting Mrs. Sweeney’s
brother, Albert Archie.
Mrs. Joe Lindsey and children of
Granger are here as guests ot Mrs. Har-
Malcomb Miller and wife, Geo. Sha-
fer and sister, Miss Laura of Co-
manche are visiting their cousin, W.
Newton Hart and wife of Lucy’s
creek and Conn Hoover of Maxdale are
visiting the family of D. D. Hoover.
Chas. Gray and family of Smithville
are the guests of W. F. Fillimon.
Miss Emma Risinger of Lake Victor
is visiting here and attending the meet-
Mrs. John Archie of Comanche was
on the camp ground with her brothers-
in-law, W. S. and Tom.
Mrs. Laughlin who has been visiting
in Bartlett for several weeks is at lome.
The Topsey and Copperas Cove phone
company are patting on another wire
for through business. They will put
Bargains in ftueensware.
W« have on hand a large quantity of Odd Goods in Queens-
ware, which we are offering at about half the usual price.
Supply your needs now while they are cheap.
Fruit Jars Ice Cream Freezers; Ice Picks, Ice Shaves,
Sprinkling Hose, Poultry Netting, Garden Tools.
Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves
are the best. Save time, money, worry and temper.
Call and see us
FOX & MILLS.
1500 ACRE RANCH FOR SALE
Desiring to change the investment, I offer my ranch for
sale at a low price and on liberal terms. It is located three
miles'west of Lampasas, and touches both the Lampasas and
Nix and Lometa public roads. It contains 1501J acres,
principally rough grazing land, with plenty of protection, one
well with windmill, two splendid dirt tanks, three separate
pastures, about 20 acres have been cultivated.
There is a splendid residence of seven large rooms, large
cistern, two story barn 24 by 36 feet, with plenty of sheds.
A young orchard of about 500 selected peach and plum trees.
Possession can be had at once of the house, barn and orchard,
and possession of the entire ranch can be had in a short time.
J. E. VERN0R, Lampasas, Texas
ST. DOMIJNTIC’S villa,
Boarding School for Young Ladies and Children.
This Academy, conducted by the Dominican Sisters of Galveston, is delightfully situated
about one mile from the famous health resort of Lampasas. The system of Instruction
is the same as all leading Educational Institutions. Music, Art and the Language re-
ceive special attention. The Dominican Sisters alsp conduct a Boarding and Day School
on the same plan, at the sacred Heart Convent, Galveston, and at the new St. Agnes
Academy, Houston. The next session begins the first Monday in September. For pros-
pectus apply to
MOTHER SUPERIOR, SISTER SUPERIOR,
Sacred Heart Convent, Lampasas, Texas.
Galveston, Texas. d-w
up cedar posts and put in several more
boxes on their Bain line soon.
Warren Howell and wife of Pidcoke
are visiting Mrs. Howell’s mother, Mrs.
D. H. Holley of Kempner spent Sun-
day with the campers.
The Christian protracted meeting
began at Littlefield school house Satur-
day night, Rev. Hall in charge.
Tobe Harrell of Lometa and his sons,
Ordie, John, Omar and Owen attended
the camp meeting.
Miss Gussie Cloud of Leander, niece
of T. O. Harrell Sr., and Misses Rosa
and S. McFarland of Temple, nieces of
Mrs. John Brown were visitors to the
community this week.
R. L. McGhee and wife of Bartlett
are visiting Mrs. Smith of Littlefield.
Prof. Price, son of David Price of
Adamsville has been appointed teacher
of Littlefied school for the next session.
Mrs. West and her sister Mrs. Mar-
shall of Heidenheimer, who have been
visiting Mrs. West’s children, George
West and Mrs. W. S. Archie for several
weeks, have returned home.
For light hauling, phone Frank
Wallace at McCauley & Massey’s
Quite a crowd of country peo-
ple came to town Wednesday
evening to get fresh news from
the local election and the state
democratic convention. In the
former they were successful, for
within an hour after the polls
were closed the returns were all
in, but the democracy seems to
be practicing the science of de-
lay, and nothing was done Tues-
day or Wednesday more than to
adopt the platform and make
some speeches. But speeches
are the principal part of a dem-
ocratic convention, and the great
men make names and votes there.
Mrs. Leffingwell, of Burnet, is
visiting at the home of her uncle,
Dr. J. D. Dorbandt.
Tom Green, one of the substan-
tial farmers of the Topsey com-
munity, was here this week.
Mrs. Ed Harmon of Bain is
here to visit for a few days at the
home of her father, M. A. Craw-
R. O. SMITH, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Big 4 building, up
stairp. Diseases of women
and children a specialty
[.Phones at office and residence.
JNO. W. ELLIS
Physician and Surgeor}
Will do a general practice in
Lampasas and surrounding coun-
try. Phone at office and residence
Office at Lion Drug Store
JOE B. TOWNSEN,
PHYSICIAN A>D SURQEOON
OFFICE AT LION DRUG STORE.
Does a general practice at Lampasas
and in surrounding country,
JOE E. DILDY,
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Lion Drug Store
Lampasas .• .* Texas
our service to be equal to
any in west Texas. Small
favors thankfully received
and larger ones in propor-
Dorbandt & Dorbandt
Office at Schwarz & Hoffmann Drug
Store. Phones at office and residences
Everett 8 Jenkins
Skilled Workmen, Prompt at-
tention. Hot and cold Baths at
all hours. :: East side square.
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Vernor, J. E. The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 757, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 16, 1906, newspaper, August 16, 1906; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth898041/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.