Lockhart Post Register (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lockhart, Texas POST Established 1899* THE Established 1879 m 1 YEAR 3| Consented of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK W December 31, 1919 M RESOURCES Loans and 15, 1920 U.S. Bonds and other Real Banking Furniture and CASH AND 49,844.78 18,729.45 173,215.56 LIABILITIES Capital 68,451.84 4,000.00 25,000.00 50,000.00 654.524J55 Surplus and Dividends Circulating Bills Payable DEPOSITS Word was received in Lockhart that Mr. Ed V. Horne and Miss Florence Blanks were married in St.Louis The groom will be remembered as having taught science in the Lock MRS. TRIGG DEAD Mrs. Trigg died at her home in Lockhart at an early hour She had been in feeble health for some time but until a few days ago hud been about her home and hart High School some years td church a discharged soldier and saw Mrs. Trigg was about seventy-five eign Since his discharge he j years of age and a native of been doing post graduate work She had lived in Lockhart Chicago University and is also incc she was eleven years of one of the departments of. She had a full life of fulness many n heart had she bride is the youngest glad by some act of of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blanks rocs to a rich and was n student in Wash i ington University in St. We understand that Mr. and Mrs. Home will make their home in WHITE CREST FLOUR Under the auspices of Jolley and the Miss and Miss Gardner gave Fletcher A. Dannelly and Miss 1 of White Crest Flour at the McCauley were warned Chamber of Commerce San Antonio Saturday made every conceivable and article of in which flour can be used and taught sonic new lessons in Prizes Were given each day consisting of cakes and and on Saturday in addition to an electric percolator given About seventy-five average attendance saw the demonstrations and all who were present pronounced the demonstration highly Mrs. W. A. who has boon Mrs. Dora Blunt has returned to her home in at home In Mr. Dannelly has for a number of years held a position as clerk in the lockhart and is one of the most popular of the boys in Uncle Miss McCauley a year or so ago taught an expression class in and many friends rejoice that she is now returning to Lockhart to make her Mr. and Mrs. Dannelly have the best wishes of J. K. Smith writes us that ha is now at his home in Martindale and on the road to recovery from injuries he received from falling off a He expresses deep gratitude the kindness of friends while he was in the Lockhart Your automobile tax will be after January 31st. Present day financial requirements are greater than they have ever been Banking to be must be a progressive It is the sort of service we offer to take care of your every legitimate and give you the utmost in safety as BANK First On Tuesday 13, the stockholders of the First National Bank held their annual meeting their banking The meeting was largely attended and much enthusiasm was evidenced at the statement of the financial condition as outlined by Active Vice-President W. B. After a short discussion the report the following directors were elected by acclamation for the ensuing H. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DIRECTORS The Directors of the Chamber of Commerce met Tuesday This was the regular monthly business moating routine matters were A short report of the year's work was made by the Arrangements are being made for the annual meeting on the first Monday in February at which time several directors will be Refreshments will also be served at this A report of the year's J. P. work will be made and a drive will be made for more Many have already promised to join the N. E.G J.P Card After the transaction of the business a session of about an hour was held during which refreshments were The directors will meet in a few Miss Annie Polk is in receipt of a days to elect officers for the ensuing letter from Mrs. Lillie Shaver of San LOCKHART WOMAN HONORED Lockhart National The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lockhart National was held at their house Tuesday January 13, at three The meeting was largely attended and enthusiasm prevailed over the report of the work of the bank done last vear as evidenced by the report detailed to the stockholders by President W. Several President of the Fifth Dis Texas Federation of Woman's in which she is notified of her selection as Parliamentarian of the Fifth a post of honor and responsibility in clubdom if Polk she will fill in her usual capable manner reflecting credit upon our - Teach only wifey ways find them best 1 m * Ti an MARRIAGE LICENSE Collie B. Hernandez optimistic talks were made bv A. Jerado holders and all present seemed highly Reyes GOOD Gates Double Mileage Tire is doing wonderful service all over the This tire fs not high in but we iare willing to put it against the high priced in w We give free service on all our tires the way of repairing punctures in tubes and cuts in Let us show you this new tire and put one on your guaranteeing it to give perfect V See us for accessories at reasonable prices and for all kinds of tire All work J. M. Sears AUTHORIZED DEALER SOLE With Seeliger Garage GATES f Phone 302 TEXAS ORGANIZED CLUB A number of business men and farmers met at the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday night and formed an association to be known as Club of Caldwell The following officers were president Dr. Buchtel and The following were appointed to draw up a constitution and C. Dr. J. T. and R.E. Callender The club will meet at the Chamber of Commerce next Wednesday night January 21st. Every citizen of Caldwell county who is interested in dairy cattle is invited to be present at this meeting and a member of the It is the purpose of this organization to buy than carload booked steiri cows have the world's record for milk and They are larger than the Jerseys and should one want to dispose of the young calves for they will bring much better prices than Jersey This is a move in the right for Caldwell County is far behind many other counties in the dairying The demand for milk and butter is far greater than the supply and a surplus can be disposed of to other Through an organization of this cattle can be bought cheaper than by private individuals and better prices can be secured for the The people of this community are earnestly urged to attend this s THRESHING NOTICE I will run my thresher at my homo Strandtman place in McDowell on Fridays and Saturdays till the season is tf GALLAT gratified at the result of the year's The following directors were for the ensuing John T. W. W. Lea Allie W. directors then met and elected as John T. president W. Vice-President W. Active S. Cashier M. G. Asst. Cashier TO THE PEOPLE OK CALDWELL wish to announce my candidacy the of County Judge of i for subject to the thin of I he Democratic in The i view the those of and in the of your a i administration conducted ir. and A t is a selected hv not to re pre or a- of those who elected to the bv the ity being a basic principle of Should the people of this county see fit to select me to represent them in the office of County it shall be rav honest and earnest endeavor to represent the majority regardless S of my own and in far is in my to see that mnl tors coming under the jurisdiction of the County Judge are handled in an efficient and economical I in the construction of GOOD romls under economical but I do not believe in the const ruction of poor roads a I of good I make no absolute but I do pledge myself to the and to make honest to see that the of county get value received for the SLATER 1'iuliug, Texas Chapman is here from his Mr. and Mrs. W.R. PARR'S R A IN RECORD A. N. Parr who keeps the rainfall for hands Register record of rainfall September 19, 1918, the date which the wet season of this The amount of isv given in inches and hundredths ' 19 18 September October November ' December Total 4 moS. 1918 19 19 January February May July August ' November December Total 1.45 7.30 3.80 4.05 16.60 5.76, 1.65 1.90 4^0 6.85 4.85 ' 2.10 7. Wet of 1918-.1..-----16.60. of 1919-.-----.:l*l-..J$&v Total from start of to January 1, 1920.---^.S--,78I,67I,:' 1 9 2 9 ' January 6th January Jan. 11-13, 2.15 M It may be noted that at January 15th, f|ll ' P CUT IT OUT In this paper is published the political calendar of the Party of issued by the State Cut this out and put iit a place where you may refer to There are some things in it you surely want to Mi Dem. 1 removed my to building formerly occupied bv the in the Vowel My customers will come to mo. I 2 For Sale or Two Shetland Ponies Two five passenger cars with electric equip Two one and one-half and two One classy Will trade the above listed for or 1 t4 | Lockhart Overland Co.