News Tidbits
24 Aug 1922

Source:  Marble Falls Messenger, 24 Aug 1922
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, August 2009


Mrs. J. R. Yett, Ralph and Herbert Faubion are spending today in Austin.


Service, Jarvis' Shoe Shop.
R. L. and Norton Lacy made a business trip to Concho county this week.



Take Ice Cream home.  --Michel.
O. B. Zimmerman and V A. Ramsower were business visitors from Burnet today.


Some special bargains in used cars. --Michel and Mezger.
Herbert Tate and family and a party of friends pitched camp at Honeymoon this week.


Genuine sewing machine oil for sale.  R. O. Smith.
Arnim Quebedaux and family were the guests of Morton Burnam one night last week.


For Sale--175 acres desirable land.  For prices and terms, see G. H. Shifflett.
Rev. L. D. Hornburg and family are spending the weekend in Austin with friends and relatives.


Regular meals 50c.  Short orders all hours.  --Mrs. Mauldin's Dining Room.
Virgil Russell and Carl Faubion and two sons were business visitors from Spicewood yesterday.

I have one good wood stove and one 3-burner oil stove with small oven for sale cheap.  R. O. Smith.

J. F. Lacy was here from Miles on business a part of the week.  John is in charge of the Miles National Bank.


Hog Lost--Marked cropped both ears, will weigh about 145 pounds, barrow.  Dock McClary.
Mrs. George LaForge was here this week from Breckenridge to visit Mr. and Mrs. Grover Phinney.


We have a few iron barrels for sle at $3.00.  Fine for water or hog killing--will last a lifetime.  --Michel and Mezger.
Will Wall and son Bradley of Spicewood were in today to sell some cotton.  They were pleasant visitors at this office.


Best material, good work, quick service and courteous treatment.  Martin.  Phone 52.  --Jarvis Shoe and Harness Shop.
Several bales of new cotton have been sold here this week.  The dry, hot weather will soon open all the matured bolls.


Do not forget Amalie when you need oil for your car.  We can tell you why--the reason is evident.  --Michel  & Mezger.
Warren Gordon and Claud Wimberly of Houston are visiting at Granite Mountain, guests of Herbert and Steinmetz Darrah.


Prompt service and good work will be our motto.  If this is what you appreciate, give us your business.  Guenter's Barber Shop.
Claud and Gid Hubbard both came from the border in Southwest Texas to attend the funeral of their mother here yesterday afternoon.


Try a can of Whiz body polish on your car, the kind you have been looking for so long.  Best for your furniture.  --Michel  & Mezger.
Mrs. E. H. Odiorne sold her ranch some time ago to Oscar Foss.  She is moving to Austin today where she will open a rooming house.


For Sale--House with 5 rooms sleeping  porch, bath, electriclights and city water.  Apply this office.
Geo. Fry and wife of Pleasant Valley expect to go to Austin the last of the week to visit their son, who is in a sanitarium for treatment.

For Sale--200 acres black land, 48 acres cultivation rest good pasture land, good well and improvements; $6000 if sold at once.  Herbert Foss.
Misses Inez and Velma Faubion of Spicewood are spending the weekend in town with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Faubion.

The pecan crop in this section is almost a complete failure this year.  A few thousand pounds compared to a few carloads last season is the difference in the crop this year and last.

Sound, well seasoned cord wood $4.00; sawed 16 inch, $5.50; 2 feet $5.00; wagon lengths sound wood, cord loads, $4.00; dry wood trash loads, $3.00.  Augusa prices.  Cedar wood, cord loads, $5.00.  --Lacy-Lans Ranche




 

 

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