Halletsville Herald. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 2, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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By Herald Publishing Co.
Official Organ of Lavaca County.
Entered at the PoMefftce at HallettavUle. Tea.
a* Second Class Mail Matter
Halletsville, Texas, Friday, July 2, 1915.
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in knowing that
you have pleas-
ed your wife.
No Worry* Perfection in Cooking,
Easy to Operate, Economical
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This Stove Bums
Oil or Gasoline
HETROIT VAPOR STOVES!
V WorK l_ike Gas A
Just Like a
City Gas Stove
IPs cheaper than wood
Come to see diem at
our store. Ten styles to
permanently fixed at Denton.
It removes the .- inhibition
against the appropriation by the
Legislature for buildings at the
'University. This sfmendment
has been demanded^ by every
Democratic platform since 1910,
by both the Republican conven-
tions 1914, by the Texas Farm-
ers’ Congress, the Farmers’
Union, the Farmers’ Institutes
and the Bankers’ Convention,
and by eyery candidate for gov-
ernor since 1910.
It provides for no bonds. It
lays no burdens whatever in the
way of additional taxes upon the
people. It will allay. all enmity
l and discord now “existing be-
jtween the two schools and will state constitution. It is believed
Local Socialists Bolt Their Party,
San Antonio Express, 28th.
Declaring they were opposed
to both the personnel and the
plan of the present state organi-
zation of their party, leading So-
cialists of San Antonio yesterday
bolted the regular “local” and
formed an organization pleaged
to the development of their <ywn 1
plans for the state and lq^al
The action of the San Antonio j
Socialists follows by three)
months the convention of a num- j
of Texas locals which met at
Dallas, denounced the present
regular organization, electing
state officers and adopting a new
forever settle all differences be
An Explanation of Amendments
to be Voted On July 24.
It is important that the voters
of Texas be enlightened on the
proposed amendments Jfco the
Constitution to be voted op
24th of July. f
Senate Joint Resolution 'No. 3
increases tbe Supreme Coart
f from three to five members. In
other words, two members will
be added by the adoption of this
Amendment, and their salaries
increased from $4,000 to $5,000 a
House Joint Resolution No. 9
provides that the commissioners’
court of each county in the state
shall have the power when a ma-
jority of the qualified voters of
such county shall vote to create
such a fund, to create a fund. to
be known as a Students’ Loan
Fund, for the purpose of enab-
ling students of the public tree
schools of said county to borrow
money to be used in their educa-
tion for the purpose of gradu-
ating from the county public
schools and after graduating to
continue their education in any
fai&her institution of learning,
such fund to be created and ad-
ministered by the commissioners’
court.of each county as may be
provided by law. The legisla-
ture may authorize an additional
ad valorem tax to be levied and
collected within such county for
the purpose of raising said Stu-
dents’ Loan Fund, said ta» not
to exceed in any one year 20c on
tbe 100 dollars valuation of the
property subject to taxation;
provided that a majority of the
qualified taxpaying voters of the
county voting at an election to
fie held for,that purpose shall
vote for such tax.
Resolution No. 3 authorizes the
levy of a special road tax not to
exceed 50 cents on the 100 dol-
lars worth . of property in any
county, or subdivision of a coun-
ty, by a majority vote of the
qualified voters of said county or
subdivision of the county.
Senate Joint Resolution No. 18
provides for bonds for public im-
provements, such as levies,
drainage, roads and other im-
House Join t Resolution No. 1
authorizes a qualified voter to
vote for state officers, or any
proposition submitted to the vo-
ters of the state, in a precinct
other than his* home precinct,
under certain conditions. This
amendment also provides that, a
qualified voter must be a citizen
of the United States .in accord-
ance with the Federal naturali-
Joint Resolution No. 34 pro-
vides for the complete separation
of the A. & M. College from the
University and constitutes the
former an independent college.
It places each of these institu-
tions under its own governing
board. It provides for an equit-
.Postoffices at Brant.i and at
Vienna will be discontinued July
31: After that date all mail for
patrons of said offices will be
held at the Halletesville office,
pending instructions from pat-
rons of said offices as to what
disposition they desire made of
July 24th an examination will
be held here for carrier of route
No. 7. See official notice on bul-
letin board in the postoffice. The
route is a tri-weekly one, leaving
the Hallettsville office on the
mornings of Monday, Wednesr
day and Saturday, returning in
the afternoon. Salary of the car-
rier is $672 per annum. For any
that the San Antonio dissenters
will join forces with thp mem-
bers of the Dallas convention.
According to A. M. Howard,
the party’s candidate for mayor
at the recent city election, and
who was chosen financial secre-
tary of the dissenting local, the
split in the Texas party is due to
dissatisfaction with the manage-
ment of its state affairs.
Said Mr. ^Howard: “Texas is
the only state in the union whose
Socialist party has no State ex-
ecutive committee. Here our af-
fairs are entirely in the hands of
the state secretary, T. A. Hick-
ey, our only state officer. Many
•of us are not content with his
management. It is true he was
elected by us and is subject to
reeall under certain conditions
and in certain ways, but he him-
Notice to the Public Generally and
to Our Patrons in Particular
We learn that there is ah impression abroad that we
PAY OUR PATRONS FOR THEIR CREAM ONLY ONCE
A MONTH. THIS IS ERROR. WE PAY ANY TIME ON
REQUEST. LIKE ALL CREAMERIE9, we have a PAY-
DAY once a month, when you get your check if you have
not called for it before. IF YOU WANT CASH YOU HAVE
ONLY ONLY TO MENTION IT TO US AND WE WILL BE
PLEASED TO COMPLY WITH YOUR WISHES.
We take this occasion to thank all our loyal patrons for
staying with us, and we invite the public patronage on the
plan of a SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.
We pay 20 cents for butter fat and have not paid less
than 20 cents this Reason.
, We ask you to patronize and STAND BY a home in-
dustry. Bring us your cream and BUY OUR ICE CREAM.
When you buy ice cream say “PURITY ICE CREAM. ”
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further information call on the!self would have authority to
Hallettsville postmaster. If the‘count the votes of an electicfo by
patronage justifies this route will
at the proper time be raised to
a regular daily route. Postmas-
ter Paulus believes this will be-
one of our best routes.
able division *of ithe. lands set
apart for the University of Tex-
as and its branches. It provides
that the College of Industrial
Arts for white girls, located at
Denton, shall be recognized as
an independent college of the
first class and given its own gov-
erning board, and its domicile
Millions in Canal Tolls.
Washington, D. C., June 28.—
A total of $4,000,000 in tolls was
collected for the use of the Pana-
ma Canal up to Juue 6. During
April the tolls for the first time
were greater than the cost of op-
eration and maintenance of the
canal by $84,112, the total for
the month being $442,415. Op-
erations for May indicate that
the tolls for that month* will wipe
oat the previous existing deficit.
These calculations do not take
into account interest on the capi-
tal invested in the canal.
Lake of Wine Burns.
Fresno, Cal., June 25.—The
main winery and storehouse of
the Barton Vineyard Company,
together with 700,000 gallons of
wine, were destroyed by fire to-
day. The loss is estimated at
half a million dollars. The burn-
ing wine spread out in a, lake of
which we attempted to recall
him. I do not make any charge
that Mr. Hickey would not give
us a fair count. But since he is
opposed to so many of our ideas
we think the most elective and
the quickest way for us to get
what we want is by the plan we
: “We propose to elect a state
executive committee, composed
of one member from each dis-
trict and to elect also two men
to represent Texas on the nation-
al .executive committee. It will
of course be a fight to get our
men seated over the two*now on
the committee representing the
regulars, bat since the regulars,
under the leadership of Hickey
for the past two years have
shown no disposition to co-oper-
ate with the national organiza
tion and have expressed them
selves opposed to any team work
with other state organizations,
we believe our men will be seat
“The splft in the party, which
we believe will extend to every
lodal in the state, is due solely to
a question of ways and„ means
for the most efficient spread of
In Fresh Family and Staple Groceries call and
See us You c&n also save money by fraying
vourfaints and Oils from os, getting good
quality without paying drug store prices.
I am agent for the Texas Wonder, HALL’S GBEA1
DISCOVERY. Cores all Kidney and Bladder troubles,
removes Gravel, cures Diabetes, Seminal Emission, Weak
and Lame Backs, Rheumatism, and all Irregularities of
the Kidneys and Bladder In men and women. Price $1..
D. B. Howerton & Co.
Farms and Ranches
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Vendors Lien notes bought and extended.
E. B. CHANDLER
» Orookott St. *
New Goods, Better Goods,
LADIES’ AND MISSES’ HATS NOW ON DISLPAY
4 » Full Stock of Groceries, Furniture, Etc.
Corsets, Black Cat Hosiery.
fire. The Barton Company is j
one of the largest vuneries in our propaganda and has'no ref-
erence to the fundamental prin-
ciples of Socialism. ’’.
Residence Property for Rent. In addition to Mr. Howard,
I have listed for rent several financial secretary, the dissenters
choice cottages, gome, vrith acre- yesterday elected the following ,
age. Good locations, roomy and officers: Secretary, J. T. Hor-|
in good condition. ner; treasurer, W. V. Newton;
H J Strunk organizer and literature agent,
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San Angelo, Texas, June 27.— . —
T^ro small rats from Central
Palmer’s Garage and General Repair Shop
All Work Given Careful and Proper Attention
PHONE NO. 133
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SERVICE CAR. PRICES REASONABLE
Agency King, Apperson and Metz Oars
America are being shown here. Notice is given that automobile
They are kangaroo rats and dmm must have both fr<jnt and
reached San Angelo in a bunch an(j taq light of their autos burn-
rats are very jng after sundown. Your atien-
differcnt from those 6f this sec- tion is called to the law prohibit-
ing speeding, complaints of its
violation, especially on streets to
[the depot, having been register-'
You need a nice cool nifty e(j Blow your horn when ap-
As Standard as Gold Dollars
There Can be Nothing Better
Hot Weather Clothes.
Palm Beach for your summer va-
cation. Why not get a tailor-
made one that will fit, only $7.50.
7-2 . Clyde Dickey.
proaching street corners.
O. T. East,
Marshal, City of Hallettsville.
Tho Draughon Practical Business Ootteqe
The Only School In Tpxme
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Offering the great advantage of an individual typewriter to
each Shorthand student.. The big Business Training school of
the Southwest. The school that has grown to it* enormous
proportions by giving honest service and the teaching of stand-
ard systems. Positions worth while secured or money refund-
Alamo Plaxa and
The Draughon Business College,
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Halletsville Herald. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 2, 1915, newspaper, July 2, 1915; Hallettsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1037129/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.