The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 247, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 21, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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The Lampasas Daily Leader.
Lampasas, Texas, December 21, 1915
Useful Gifts For All
Something’ useful is always the most appreciated gift that you
could find. Here you will find thousands of practical gifts for
every member of the family—
Many new tilings just
received to select from
Under the excitement of the hour you may not he so very dis-
criminating m your purchasesJ hut after the thrilling days have
passed and your hands are filled with gifts, your heart with joy
and your mind with pleasant memories, you can realize then where
your judgement was right in selecting this as your Christmas shop-
ping store----Lampasas’ Largest and Most Modern Department
You Only Have Three More Shopping
Days Before Christmas
See the Auto Races and Electric Trains m Our Windows
’TLS WISE to BUY THE BEST
‘THE PEOPLE WHO SELL IT EDR LESS
The Bank Account
Is the most important thing in temporal affairs.
Next to your Absolute Necessities in the way of
food and clothing, the bank account should
claim your attention.
Your Money m This Bank
Gives you a feeling of independence which no
other thing can. Here it isjv safe until needed,
and here with proper care it will grow until
you have a sum for a larger and more impor-
tant investment. Get an account in this bank.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
The Peoples National Bank
J. C. RAMSEY, President J. F. WHITE, Cashier
W. H. BROWNING, Vice-President EI) HOCKER, Assistant Cashier
Miss Ruth Cauthen has gone
to Temple, where she will attend
FOR SALE—Two lots and
barn joining J. P. Word on the
south. See Mat Smith. adv
Miss Mary Lee Read is athorfie
from Austin to spend the holi-
days with her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. Nat B. Read.
A Solution to Your Christmas Problems
Of Selecting Appropriate Gifts
Come to our store and see for yourself the many beautiful as
well as useful gifts. Something that will delight each and every
member of the family.
Our line of Cut Glass and Hand Painted China comprises the newest
and daintiest designs—something that will appeal to the most fastidi-
ous taste; aiso the newest patterns in Sterling and 1847 Rogers’ Silver-
wear. All at popular prices.
See our splendid line of Dolls today, as they are going very rapidly
We carry a complete assortment of Flashlights and Batteries; Carving
Sets, any size you may desire from bird sets to the largest <s. A
few Eleven-Piece Casserole Sets that we are selling at $1.00 pel* set.
Fox & Mills Hardware Co.
Luther Cowan, son of Rev. J.
W. Cowan, is here for the holi-
days. He ib attending a busi-
ness school in Austin.
“That was a fine paper you
made us yesterday,” was the
greeting one young lady gave
The Leaderman on his rounds
Tuesday morning. It was
brought out with much difficulty,
but we were pleased to know
that the effort was appreciated,
and that it struck at least one
responsive chord. Those who
know nothing of the labor re-
quired to make a newspaper have
little sympathy for those who
work there. Suffice it to say
here that five people work from
morning until night in making
this paper, trying always to use
the time to the best advantage
and to work as a unit. Effort is
made to get the comings and go-
ings and the looal news and to
put itxinto readable shape, so
that it may entertain, instruct
and amuse those into whose
homes it seems always to be a
welcome visitor. We would ap-
preciate more business, in fact to
make the paper a success it
should have a much larger pat-
ronage. Let us forget the past
and all work together for a bet-
ter newspaper and a larger and
more progressive Lampasas in
the succeeding years. The past
of this paper is a guarantee that
it will do its part. Thanks, la-
dy, for this paragraph.
We have some nice home-
cured, home-smoked country
bacon, nice enough for any use.
Also country Bausage of the best.
Let us have your orders now.
It beats the band how they sell
such fine chocolate at 35o the
pound at Cassell’s Drug Store. 48
Jim Litton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Litton, was thrown from
his horse Monday afternoon and
considerably bruised, but no
bones were broken or otherwise
seriously injured. The young
man had prompt attention, and
was up Tuesday ready for an-
other turn. The energy of the
boy is one of the astonishing
features of humanity.
Chocolates, delicious chooo-
lates—full pound Christmas box,
delicious chocolates, 35c the box,
for this week only. At Cassell’s
Drug Store. 48
Nice country sausage, fresh
from the farm, and the best
home-cured country bacon. Give
us your orders now.
Mrs. J. R. Dawson and son,
Kent, now living at Taylor, are
here to spend the holiday period,
and are guests of Mrs. C. D. Jor-
Mrs. 1. J. McElroy has gone to
Temple where she will spend
part of the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hicker-
son, and other relatives and
The fire alarm was sounded
Tuesday morning at 7:25, and
the blaze was located at the
home of E. T. Jordan, where the
ceiling had caught on fire over-
head from the heat generated by
the flue. It was quckly extin-
guished and when the fire de-
partment arrived, there was noth-
ing for the boys to do. The Lead-
er would suggest that it is time,
of all the times, to be careful
about fire. We can not afford to
lose property or life at this time.
A Box of
Huyler’s or King’s
We Have Them in all Sizes
THE OBLIGING DRUGGISTS
The following is the weather
foreoast as reported by the gov-
Tonight and Wednesday fair.
for Rent for 1916.
The business house occupied
by R. W. Fullwood and Har-
well’s jewelry store. The build-
ing is 30 by 120 feet and in good
condition. Apply to L, R.
Barber Shops Will Close.
Our shops will all be dosed
from Friday night 10 o’clock to
Monday morning. Please ob-
Townsen & Lamb,
Everett & Berry,
49 J. H. Brooks.
LOST—A large flashlight near
the Lampasas Auto Garage on
Third street, or Gatesville road.
Dr. J. D. Dorbandt.
Mrs. Edwin McDonald and her
vocal class gave a recital at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Barnes Monday night, the 20th.
A program had been prepared
for the occasion and a number of
friends had been invited to hear
the class recite. The olass en-
tertained themselves and the
company for more than an hour,
and all enjoyed the occasion.
Fruit and nut chooolates—
, mighty good—35c the box, this
week only. At Cassell’s Drug
! San Geronimo Hotel.
Twenty bedrooms, large office
and dining room, all furnished,
sample rooms, double parlors;
entire building recently canvased
and papered, three and a half
lots close in. Will sell for three
thousand dollars, easy terms,
dtf Walter Acker.
Mrs. F. E. Cross, of Dallas, is
a guest of her parents, Mr and
Mrs. Jerry M. Reed.
Elmo Littlepage, 13-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Little-
page, lost a finger from his right
hand Monday afternoon. He and
his father were handling a cow,
the father driving the animal and
the boy holding the rope, when
the cow beoame unmanageable,
and jerked the rope which be-
came wrapped around the finger,
and pulled the finger off. He
had proper surgical attention,
the finger was amputated near
the hand and he is getting along
Will C. Williams, one of the
worthy colored men of this coun-
ty, was in to advance his date on
The Leader, and to say he enjoy-
ed the paper. He is now living
on the Tilford Bean farm, and
enjoys country life. He is a
splendid hand with stock and
knows how to do every character
of farm work and does not mind
the labor. Others of his race
could follow his example with
I will sell for $20 per acre, easy
terms, title perfect, following
subdivisions of L. H. W. John-
son survey west of town of Lam-
pasas: Lot six, 26. 45-100 acres;
lot thirteen, 30 acres. Good
timber for fuel.
dtf. Walter Acker.
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Vernor, J. E. The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 247, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 21, 1915, newspaper, December 21, 1915; Lampasas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth905344/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.