Halletsville Herald. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, July 2, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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flALLii 1 iAyiuLE Hjbkal.
H. J. Heye i> .i.i.ta rel.ti... -™ gjSjt 'BJS
at Port Lavaca this week. v
Mr. and Mrs., Ike Pepper of!
mRockdale visited relatives here}
^tjis week. * 1
given every WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY night to one
holding tacky ticket
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Miller Bros, -have moved into
their new place of business, the
Joe Gerdes of San Antonio was
here yesterday on business and
W68t*bound • •>»••• *9•••••<12*53 p• m»
Eftst^bound >••»»«»»• >»••••#<•»••••••• 3*28 p«m*
Westbound ..v.............. ......32:12 a.m.
;H. C. Gerdes was a business
visitor to Sublime Tuesday.
^as. Vollentine of Yoakum vis-
ited relatives here Saturday.
Big reduction sale on all La-
dies' Slippers at Dave Landa’s.
S. G. Tarkington of Yoakum
was in our city Monday on busi-
Constable R. J. Strauss of Shi-
ner was in our city last Friday
CASTOR I A
• Paul Klatt of Brady was here
this week on a visit to his broth-
er, A. Klatt
District Clerk E. T. Long and
family made a brief visit to Shi-
All $4. $3.75 and $3.50 Ladies’
Slippers on sale now at $3 per
pair, f- / D. Landa.
Mrs. Frank Shimek and chil-
dren are visiting relatives at
Weimar this week.
m Palm Beach suits made to your
measure, only $7.50.
^ Clyde Dickey.
B. H. Jarmon of La .Grange,
salesman of the Dodge automo-
bile, was,here Saturday on busi-
District Clerk E. T. Long is
~the owner of a new Dodge auto-
mobile, having received the Jar
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Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Paulus re-
turned home to Yoakum Monday
from a visit here to Postmaster
D. A. Paulus and family. .
Paul Panel came in Monday
from Tivola to spend the week
with relatives and friends. Mr.
Pagel stated his section of the
country is needing rain.
Dr. Frank Kent, ear, eye, nose
*and throat specialist, Hicks
building, ; Sap Antonio, Texas,
will visit Hallett8ville July 15th.
Office with Dr.. Ledbetter.
G. Eapp, who formerly was
employed at the Nachrichten of-
fice, and who has since been at
Fredericksburg and other places,
is here on a visit to friends.
J. P. Williams and wife were
called to Schulenburg yesterday
on account of the serious condi-
tion of bis brother’s wife, who
was stricken with paralysis Sat-
urday. In order to reach Schu-
lenburg Sunday afternoon they
were accompanied by Mr. and
Chris. LeBlanc came in last
Saturday from New^ Ulm to
spend a few days here.
Ladies’ “Baby Doll” Pumps,
our price was $2.50, now $2 per
pair. D. Landa.
Misses Elizabeth and Martha
Speary returned Monday from a
visit to friends at San Antonio.
Mrs. Mattie McKinnon has
purchased the McKinnon home
*place in our city from Miss Della
Mrs. F. C. Culpepper and little
daughter of San Antonio are the
guests this week of D. R. Bree-
den and family.
Albert Pillar resumed his work
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at the Herald office yesterday af-
ter an absence of several weeks
on account of illness.
W. B. Milton of the South-
western Telephone Company of
Victoria spent several days here
this week on business.
0. P. Gresham, publisher of
the Pythian Banner, of Temple,
was here Wednesday in the in-
terest of *his publication.
Let me take your measure for
a genuine Palm Beach suit, guar-
anteed to be the^est, ouly $7.50.
fs Clyde Dickey.
Profs. L. G. Covey of Cuero
and C. A. Peterson of Yoakum
were in our city Tuesday on bus-
iness and greeting friends.
Account July 4th being on Sun-
day, this National holiday will
be observed by First National
Bank, Monday, July 5th, by clos-
ing of bank all day Monday. 7-2
Miss Bernice O. Waugh of San
Marcos has been elected teacher
of the intermediate grades at the
Weid schopl, the position recent-
ly resigned by Miss Eulalie
Miss Minnie Schultz resigned
her position as chief operator at
the local telephone exchange and
has accepted a position in the of-
fice of County Clerk J. A. Som-
The Catholic bazaar and ice
cream social held at the church
lawn Wednesday afternoon and
night was well attended and a
nice sum of money realized from
the sale to be used for the bene-
fit of the church. Excellent
band music was furnished dur-
ing the evening.
Henry Hinkel, a progressive
farmer of the Hackberry neigh-
borhood, called at the Herald of-
fice last Friday bringing with
him a bunch of Sudan grass
which he raised on his farm.
The grass had seeded but was
still green and luxuriant growth.
The stalks were from 6 to 7 feet
in height. Mr. Hinkel planted
one-eighth of an acre to the
grass as an. experiment’ to test
its adaptability to this section.
The seed Was planted in April
and made profuse growth, Mr.
Hinkel stating that its yield was
much greater thajv sorghum.
brought to you by Dr. Pierce’s
Favorite Prescription. Take
this medicine, and there’s a
safe and certain cure for all
the chronic weaknesses, de-
rangements, and diseases pe-
culiar to the sex. It will build
up, strengthen, and invigorate
every "run-down” or delicate
woman. It regulates and as-
sists all the natural functions.
At some period In her life.
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Bond Issue Fails to Carry.
The special election held Tues-
day, June 29, in Road Precinct 2
of Lavaca county, to determine
whether bonds in the sum of
$150,000 should be issued for
road purposes, failed to carry,
the total vote showing 274 for
toiteSiSST a j and 302 against. For the- issueH
if you’re a tired or afflicted to carry it would have been nee-!
woman turn to " Favorite , £ ^ ,, . , . ,V-*
Prescription,” vou will find it essary to have a two thirds ma-
never fails to benefit. . j
Sold in tablet or liquid form; j JCfTlty..
Mrs. ^Clinton Avenue, ^ The following is the VOt© for
"r waa^S Kthaild so despondent1 each box in the precinct:
at times that I couldn’t do my work. Tried _ . .
everything I could hear of. Doctorsi treatedImr _ . For Against
•but I only got relief for a short time until 1 . *
tried DiC Pierce’s wonderful.medicines. Have Shiner, east 102
been in much better health since using Favor-
its Prescription’and‘Golden Medical Discovery. Shiner, West
I weighed 107 at that time now I ana well and
hearty and weigh 130 pounds.
County School Notes.
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Miss Minnie Boehme was elect-
ed teacher of the Pagel school;
Mrs. Hettie Branon of the Klim-
itschek school; Mrs. N. Roberts
ofJSan Marcos teacher of the
Hackberry school, and Wm.
Hickey of Miguel principal of the •,
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8 Saved Girl’s Life
J “I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re-
35 ceived from the use of Thedford’s Black-Draught,” writes
3 Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
“it certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
■P. I s ff fiver and stomach troubles. 4-1 firmly 1>elieve BJack-Draught
ident school district, located be- ca county shows a decrease ovef !^ saved my little girl’s life. When she had the measles,
tween here and Ezzell, retained last year of 150, the total hein^jj they went in on her, but one good .dose of Thedford’s
its 30-cent special school tax. A 6,909 as against 7,059 for last J Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
petition has been circulated and year. This year’s census, how-ij more trouble. <1 shall never be without
an election ordered to reduce the ever, does not include Creole,
Scholastic Census of Lavaca
By a vote of 19 to 9, the Prov- The .scholastic census of Lava-
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You are cordially invited to the
MILLER BROS. OPEN FRONT FOUNTAIN
AFTERNOON OF WEDNESDAY, JULY 7
Hours: Gentlemen, 1 to 4 o’clock; 4 to 6 o’clock especially
reserved for the ladies.
Refreshments of the best fountain drinks will be served
FREE. Music during the afternoon.
Will be glad to welcome a large crowd;
Hi MILLER BROS.
rate to 10 cents, but the old rate
was retained by the above vote.
Thus far only one district re-
duced the rate during the last
five years; all the others -increas-
ed it by good majorities.
The summer normal attend-
ance has increased to 108.,
The Charlottenburg district re-
cently finished building a teach-
er’s cottage. This makes the
fourteenth teacher’s cottage in
Lavaca county. The teachers
occupy these cottages free of
Th» Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heed
Because of its tonic and laxativ? effeet, LAXA-
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
which has a scholastic population
of 18 Or 19, the returns from
that place not yet having been
sent in. In the rural districts
there are 3,853 whites and 835
colored. The scholastics of the
four independent districts is as
Yoakum, Lavaca county side,
white, 696, colored, 75; total 771*
Hallett8ville, white, 428; color-
ed, 262; total 690.
Shiner, whites, 278; colored,
75; total 353.
Moulton, whites, 388; colored,
16; total 404.
Hallettsville shows a decrease
of 1 over last year, Shiner a de-
crease of 8 and Moulton an in-
crease of 9.
J in my home.” For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- J[
^ ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ^
ailments, Thedford’s Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, j
fli reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
0 If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 4P!
Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five J,
5 years of splendid success proves its value. Good for J
^ young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. ^
NOW is your chance to secure good reading matter
at a moderate price. The Herald, Farm and Ranch and
Holland’s Magazine one year for $2.25.
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A Slogan For Texans
The most popular slogan with us today is, “Buy-it-in-
Texas,” and it is not passing strange that this should be
the case, for the idea is being fostered by all of those who
have the best interests of our dear old state at heart. Aside from the general clamor of
the business interests, this recommendation comes from the Legislature and the Execu-
tive branches 9f our Government as well, from men who have ever,given the weighti-
est of problem^ their undivided attention and study,, the result being that they are not
only preaching but practicing* the doctrine of making purchases in our own state. What
this means to us, any ordinary lay-man can readily conceive, millions of untold wealth
kept ill our state; new manufacturing enterprises, and ultimately employment for all
classes of skilled and unskilled labor, and an era af unprecedented prosperity.
Several cuttings may be made
during a fair season and it is
claimed for the grass that ’its
yield, is greater than any other
Mrs. Frank Ponish in their car hay ^age crop. Mr. Hinkel
at far as Flatonia in order to is a practical farmer who be-
catch the S. P. in time to reach ! heves in giving a trial to new
Schulenburg that evening. - farm plants and thinks that in
Yoakum Times, 29th. Sudan grass the farmer has a
-—-— feed crop that will prove df j
• A TEXAS WONDER. 2re&t value, especially during j
Tb. fexa« Wonder ewe. kidney and dry seasons when corn and other ;
bladder troubles, removing gravel, grain crops are cut short by dry
^r^te;’ndX“ed^to'e.o“tkhe weather, the grass being to a!
kidneys.and bladder in both men and great extent drouth resistant. ;
to^eh^nM»W^roarte<d™" Sudan *ras3 resembles Johnson :
gist will be sent by mail on receipt of grass, though the Stalk is not
$1.00. One small bottle is two month’s • _<.
treatment and seldom fails to perfect a Just tire same, neither does I t
n»e. Dr. E W. Hall, 2926 Olive have the large roots like Johnson
erass, and it is an annual having j
D. B. Howerton ft Co. Mi-12 to be planted each year. '
While on the subject, why would it not be advisable to go a step further and say not
only “Buy•in-Texas,” but buy goods and products manufactured in Texas. As regards
the latter, we claim to be among the pioneers, having paved the way in our line, and
we feel constrained to say in all modesty that we have attained such a measure of suc-
cess* irl the manufacture of beer, especially bottle beer, producing the famous brands,
“Pearl” in brown bottles only, “Texas Pride” in white bottles, that we adopted a slo-
gan of our own, viz, “Who can beat it? We deem this quite pertinent, for the verdict
of the public, judging by our very large and continually increasing trade,, has been:
“No one has, because no one can!
Considering what we have done in the manufacturing line, our efforts to upbuild
our city and State, and realizing that there are a great many *people who appreciate a
really meritorious article, may.we ask in all kindness that you give our famous brands
atrial? We will appreciate the consideration.
Very truly youte, -
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SAN ANTONIO BREWING ASSOCIATION
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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/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.