The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 3077, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 4, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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Lampasas Dally Leader.
Lampasas, Texas, November 4, 1911.
Whole Number 3077
Speoial Sale of $25.00
Coat Suits at $18.75
This morning’s express ^brought us a shipment of the very Latest Popular Modes Tailored
Expressly to Our Order, in which the new Parisian modisties are copied.
Navy Storm Serge Suits
$25.00 Suits Special at $18.75
Handsomely Tailored Suits of elegant quality
Storm Serge. Jaunty 28-inch length, full satin
lined coat, very effectively trimmed in two tones
of* panne velvet, and buttons with touch of like
color of trimmings. Plain tailored skirt with
loose tab back. Special Price $18.75.
loweity Tweed Suits
Xan and Light Green
Tan suit of beautiful quality imported tweed
cloth, mannish tailored coat with large roll shawl
collar and deep French cuffs trimmed in purple
chiffon broadcloth. Plain gored skirt with loose
tab back and high waist line effect. Also light
blue tweed suit of same model as this tan,
trimmed in green chiffon broadcloth. Special
Novelty grown Serge
With Broken White Hair Line Stripe
New length coat with large roll sailor collar and
deep cuffs of serge trimmed with light tan broad-
cloth. Skirt with loose tab panel.
Special Price $18.75.
Other Storm Serge Suits
Bronze, Navy and Light Navy
The jaunty little coats are very attractively
trimmed in two shades of panne velvet and coro-
nation braided over panne velvet. LaVge roll
shawl collar, ends of lapels w bich meet at the
waist line. Skirts all have the new loose tab
back. Special Price $1S075„
OUR NEW MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE
Tends to Create a New Style Season for the Women of Lampasas
THE STORE AHEAD
Miks Ruby Colbert is among
the visitors to the San Antonio
Marshall Carter, who has been
in Austin on business during the
past week, came in Saturday.
The cemetery association will
meet Monday afternoon at 4
o’clock with Mrs. M. E. Martin.
R. E. Noble has gone to San
Antonio to see the fair and to
visit his family who are now
making their home there.
Mesdames W. R. Moore and R.
Wachendorfer are spending a few
days in San Antonio, and will
take their sons with them from
j Mrs. Bernard Allen has gone
to Houston where she will join
her husband, who is there in the
Miss Edna Labbaite went to
San Antonio this afternoon with
the crowd, but will be home Mon-
day at noon.
The editor of this paper left for
San Antonio this afternoon, but
will likely return before he is se-
riously missed by the public.
That is one of his ways.
Little Jennie Graham of Cop-
peras Cove, who has been spend-
ing the past week with her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Jackson, has returned home.
Rev. M. J. Allen and family
passed through on their way from
Lometa to Crystal City, where
they will make their home foy a
The Baptist Sunday school will
make their usual offering to
Buckner Orphans’ Home tomor-
row, it being the first Sunday in
W. W. Harris and his son, of
Topeka, Kansas, are here to
spend a few days as guests in
the home of T. D. Harris. The
gentlemen are brothers and it is
a real pleasure for them to be to-
Matt Poole, Dr. Dickason, R.
W. Young and William Harvey
Andrew went out to the Colorado
river Friday to spend a few days
Mrs. Ross Bailey and Will
Berry were awarded free buckets
of cottolene Friday at the grocery
store of Clements & Son. They
will give away a free bucket of
cottolene with each fifteen buck-
ets supplied to thnir customers
today and Monday. d
In an interesting contest which
has been running several
months, in which a prize was of-
fered to purchasers of cottolene,
Mrs. Marshall Carter was award-
ed the kitchen cabinet by the
Morris Furniture Co., Friday aft-
I have moved my livery and
veterinary business to the Gracy
stables, where I will be pleased
to have calls for work in either
line. J. C. Earnest. d-tf
W. W. Polsgrove is again be-
ginning to look strong and vig-
orous as in former days, and he
is able to be at work. He fre-
quently drops in to chat with this
editor and it is always a pleasure
to grasp his hand. He and his
wife have a nice business and
many friends throughout the
R. W. Smith, manager of the |
Hanna Springs, is planning for a
good season and plenty of visi-
tors next year, and it is probable
the work to be done will bring
Lampasas into more prominence.
There is no question as to the
virtue of the waters for many
complaints, and no finer climate
could be found for a summer or
winter resort. Co-operation of
all the people is necessary to
bring the best results.
J. H. H. Berry has rented the
Crawford home just across the
street from the Baptist church,
and will move his family to the
city in the near future. He is a
natural merchant and has spent
most of his time in public life and
now that he is again permanently
fixed in business he feels that he
should again become a part of
the city. He made us a good
mayor some years ago, and the
city prospered under his admin-
Walter McCauley, veterinary
surgeon, Lampasas, treats all
diseases of domestic animals.
Will attend calls day or night.
Reasonable charges. d77
H. C. Chaney, of Grimes coun-
ty, who has been visiting his son,
J. F. Chaney, at Willow City,
stopped over here to visit T. S.
Traweek. He says crops in
Grimes are good. Mr. Chaney
came from Virginia when he was
four years old and has been in
Texas over 75 years. His father
was with Gen. Sam Houston in
the war for the independence of
Texas, but died before the battle
of San Jacinto. He was a Con-
federate soldier with the cavalry
in the trans Mississippi depart-
ment, The old landmarks of the
early days of Texas are getting
scarce. They have many things
to tell of the pioneer life in Texas
that sound strange to the younger
generation of the empire state of
Messrs. Ed Easters, J. H. Lit-
ton, Elijah Moore and J. D. Cas-
sell returned from a deer hunt on
the Colorado Saturday, after
spending three days in camp.
Three deer were killed by the
party. Ed Easters acknowledges
to haying killed a fine buck. The
other two were killed by Elijah
Miss Vivian Hallmark has gone
to Killeen, where she will teach
in the public school, the session
“He that hath no rule over his
own spirit is like a city that is
broken down and without walls.”
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There will be an aviation meet
at Temple on the 8th and 9th of
November. There will be a num-
ber of flying machines there,
among which will be a Temple
man flying in his own machine.
There will likely be on hand the
Santa Fe exhibition train, with
the largest engine in the world;
also cars, used in 1881 and at the
present day. Some of the Lam-
pasas people may attend.
There are 575 Southwestern Tele-
phones on the Lampasas exchange, 264
of these are in the country. There are
nlso a number of other telephones, ru-
ral, independent, etc. The Leader can
be reached through J. D. Cassel’s Drug
Store from any of these. Call for Dr.
J. D. Read and let us have the news
from your section while it is news.
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Vernor, J. E. The Lampasas Daily Leader. (Lampasas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 3077, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 4, 1911, newspaper, November 4, 1911; Lampasas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth910520/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lampasas Public Library.