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Lockhart Post-Register (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Lockhart, Texas VOLUME THE LOGKHART POST CstabliShedl899 LOKHART REISTER Established FEBRUARY NUMBER Plant LESS Cotton Plant MORE Corn and Feed If you have more corn or feed than you can use or buy some hogs or purebred stock and go into the stockfarming Pure bred stock will always be in The purebred sire will make meat run down lower orv the leg of the baby beeves and lay flesh thicker across the Making three pounds or tender steak grow where two pounds Of tough muscle grew before is one of the easiest things a registered sire The cattle population of the is not keeping step with the human Lately it has fallen farther Foreign herds are the world is i The purebred livestock and hog i has been good in the is good now and will be much better in the immediate j The First National Bank is deeply cancerned I m the success of every farmer around Lockhart and will welcome a discussion of those plans looking toward greater and more uniform farm 1 The First National Bank 1 of Lockhart IN To the Worshipful Wardens Brethren of lockhart LodgePSO Henry Ranay was born on Oct the and grew up on his fathers farm just west of He went to school here as a worked in the stores on played fished and fought and like any other redblooded He had a pleasant few and he loved his friends and stayed by tlurn in every When America was forced into tlic he enlisted at once in the local for going to the front line trenches the battle fields of Though early he never sought official He avoided officers training schools but very MEETING TO REDUCE COTTOW ACREAGE There will be a mass meeting at the Court House Saturday afternoon at half past two oclock to consider the proposition of REDUCING COTTON ACREAGE ONE There is now a visible supply of bales of cotton for whiih there is no demand from the With abundant rains all over cotton belt a crop of Dales is estimated for Rujnous pricess face the cotton Then the high piice of wheat will cut down the acreage of corn and oth the purpose ofjer feed crops so that along with feed and will be high and unless produced at home will have to be paid for with lowpriced Come to the meeting Saturday at half past two ami lets talk the mur ItAHY Little non of and Chormley of Lock died Saturday evening at home of his grand ami of heart following Funeral sec was held the McKinlcy home Sunday afternoon by RCn Interment wnsin Arlington com LOCKHART Last Friday evening Luling came up strong with both teams of her basket ball The girls played u very interesting game but fortune was against the Lcckhart Lul won the game but only by urJ playing was she able to win of the best players of the team were on the sick list that dry as likely to occupy his time until th tor war was and was determined to reach the front and do his j 1 OCKHART HIGH SCHOOL NOTES He received the degrees of Mason ry in this while home on short furlough from Camp and was profoundly impressed there Money Paves the Way to the desirable You may want to buy a start in must have a Let us multiply your money for regularly and Money paves the way It is a tribute to his seal and McCivdy had charge of chapel exercises tltis Monday llc rend the TwentyThird Psalm and commcnted on Wednesday he took fidelity as a Mason that it is from ThirtyThird Psalm for his scrip Masonic Brother that we knew most Selections from new song books made the services the more about the days following the tion of his On Surgeon Major Hillsman Dove Lodg Surgeon Major Junior of Va and of Mary Burditt Estella ge came upon SerlKebecca Browne Ulyss Wittor geant Raney nenr the front HmJ ave bcen absent for several are back again in Lockhart National Bank TEXAS The little one had novcr bcen wen unable to oven attend tnnimmths his Kimcuut n M thRir Placu n imy to unfold b the regular pbvcrs at times gmkn He returned to But tho learn showed timt the who HO able to in on the cou him love him in by Dame Fortune To the IHIJ7U tlf UK1 TW I t T r Irsfi I ho Luhng ciwul they lost to t Mionmiy were formerly uftowjy Lodchnrt Arhmrton and two of our t1l fcHrt shown lt OWI1 Of l and of Or them jnclon spirit and promise of M evident in both friends and relatives Cihormly sorrow in thtir great tho ability of our to tluow Much of Inrgcut chicken b in 101K to rnoro tluiti to lo if he can tv a MnitiibU of iftcon or IKsnid of tho guarding Fie the court and with his man like ji kitton t i hot Pi ill there is for improvement in guarding ami in shooting Ihit with i lit do more systematic we can show some real bnl If have done so well with KO little what could do with practice For AUTO SUPPLIES See The LOCKHARTAUTO SUPPLY What we have not had in stock we might have for you New Goods arriving who have given all that they be assured of our sincere and that the memory of their splendid son and his heroic sacrifice will be forever kept green in this and finally Jet our entire membership re solve that his death shall cause each of us to renew our efforts ing all our the principles for which he gave his life shall and shall rule ttnd guideIn tiur owiil Frntevnally ROSS REYNOLDS GRIGSBY FROM CURTICE to Mll plonsc y CluiiiilHrs of Ciiinmcro any kind pf Purina chiclion feed X ALLUHUJHT nut forms for n period of OXK to tinj with 121 B option or prepuymont 821 ScarbroiiRh his Masonic ring Surgeon took personal to ntod and watched over him returned at days lo see ordered to another pnrt of the for LW of but we point to his life and service I and death and vice Flat his golden star Are You a Gambler A fanner who fails to diversify his crops is gambling with If he a right if he loses he years work is and it will take at least two successful years to make jp his By lhat time he will probably lose Authorities everywhere agree that the most successful farmer is the one who plays the game safe by diversify ing his crop sufficiently to insure at least partial LOGKHART STATE BANK The Guaranty Fund Bank Texas failing to recrive the letter Unit his founii friend promised to write on his wrote to our Lodge to learn the This busy Army Surgeon paid n glowing tribute to Sergeant to bis fortitude and amia and expressed the sincere hope i hat ho ultimately We do not know the route or the means of or how many weary hours the journey ro from a Red Cross Nurse mid the wifo of the American we know that hi limillv reachcd l WVS lri 11 Ued Cross Hoapilul nl Franto j llLed one of the French Surircoii did all medical and surgical skill could do t stay iifos parting wings and thai j by his iiiitioncc and and for lie the lienrls of nurses and attendants His body lies neath the soil of redeemed France the tint marks his last resting place will watered by tho grateful tears of gra cious French women and little chil dren will murk the spot with choicest j French statesmen through all the years that are to come will acclaim the American soldiers wLo gave their lives for France in her darkest French orators wil declaim on their heroism and the of Franco will enshrine their j deeds of valor in deathless It is our that tnis Lodge is honored as having Dear Parents I am in Nice one of the most beautiful places in It is popularly known as the Little Paris1 of 1 am having the time of my life traveling along the Meditteranean I would give the world if you could have the If one doesnt see this part of Monaco and he has missed I still have several days on my and when that is ovnr Im going back to my division then Thats the only real important city in France that Ive missed seeing so The accomodations in the American Ariry areas are won anything within the gluttonous desires of the American Every French city has a that is the finest theatre Hie Uncle Sam has com mandeered all of them for everything in the world one could de Its honestly a shame for hob vails to walk on the wonderful floors some floors are of colored hard others of fancy The thing is one gorgeous array of at tractive One would fancy marble as cheap as paper frflar the profusion of itin the places aside for American An offi cer Is not allowed to use the as they have a club ibitheir I tell you that wy first idea ot France was not but I can spend lifQ time trying to half way do jus tleo bo the beauties of And French the most beautiful on llf course I have seen beautifuV Ameri can but on an average tie Mademoisselle has the rita English Misses we sail in Marcfa Possibly I will be home sometime tf the next seveial Curtico VALENTINE PARTY I t The Christian Endeavor Society and a few friends were entertained on last Friday evening the of and Mohle with a Valentine The rooms were attractively dec orated with potted red and white hearts and Dan Cupids durtei about the rooms with their bows Lviely and interring games of which the Trip proved most Refreshments consistingof and hot chocolate Dove of San Farm Development agent of the was in town Ifc is his intention to put on a campaign in Caldwell County in the near futuW in the interest of crop diversificatiai and better live He will wort in connection with the county agri cultural agent ami the Chamber our or oin t that y tlet fade from Id picture Past Mas tho tho Hllblill10st In One all new parts in motor and m first class new rear end and new casings all price One Buick new parts first dass mechanicai to live soldier no word of I 1 who not hoard from tin but know tho to him contained murmuring or complaint know him and lovod him know that on the hour of his supromc h facod Liu King of Terrors smiling and unafrnid Our wo would not tn tlicso cardinal doctrines toi which our Let a page bo aside in oiu1 Minute Hook in mnnory of ovir ilc consod to bo inscribod with ins TiJijiic L ji iiiio1 r fiij iiim U I I and and the following with this Lot tho brokenlieartod E One Overland overhauled in hrst class price The above prices are good for only this week E one car load of will S Cal1 place your order for one of hese new models price and quality can I not be Phone or call forfree demonstration 1 Lockhart Overland Co in I 1 I f 0
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