Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 162, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1918 Page: 2 of 4
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THE YOAKUM DAILY HERALD
Yoakum Daily Herald
C. E. GILBERT, JR.. Publisher.
WITNESSES IN CASES
ARE BEING SUMMONED
Entered as second-class mail matter, March 25, 1917, at the
postoffice at Yoakum, Texas, under Act of March 3, 1879._
Daily Subscription Rates.
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The Herald takes pleasure in reproducing the letter oi
Gren. J. F. Wolters, better known in this country where he is so
well known as Jake Wolters. The ex-governor certainly stirred
up something when he at the farthest edge of the state under-
took to play upon a prejudice against our German citizenship.
General Wolters takes good care of his end of the controversy,
and doubtless there will be thousands of our citizens of German
extraction who will join him in resenting the insinuation which
he would not have dared to give utterance to in South Texas.
Read General Wolters’ letter in another column.
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That is a splendid proposition of Lawyer W. F. Adams, in this
issue of the Herald, in which he offers a $5 gold piece to toe boy
and to the girl of Yoakum who picks the most tmzos this summer
As he suggests, no doubt others will offer premiums and thui
stimulate the cotton picking for the summer. Don't let all the
prizes be for the one who picks the most, bet make serme seosoe
and third prizes, and fourth, so that the sszrates wi- tie aE the
greater and the premiums be more generzZj feaxuhod. Via
town roust help save the corn and coO«a avpz.
AuMin, TV*.. July 22 .—Summon*
were btine rent out today lor govern-
ment witneewdi In the ca**» of G T.
Pritst, vice president of the San An
lonio Bi t wing Association, and JItn
ning Bruhn and Charles Grossman,
president and treasurer, respectfully,
of the Lone Star Brewing Association
of San Antonio, wbc were recently in
dieted by the federal rraDd jury on
charges of making false income tax
returns. The cases were called lor
! trial ibiF morning.
Service has not yet been had on
j three of the eleven indictments re turn
! ed by t be grand jury Arrests are ex-
; petted to be made by today
The federal grand jury adjourned
j Saturday until today, when more in
i diet men is may b* returned
United States Federal Judge H L
Batts, substituting for District Jucip-
Duval West, if here today 10 preside
over :rs court Tbe so-called brew
ere ' cases may b* ealle d.
One cent a word; one-half cent thereafter. Phone your ant ad.
WANTED Qm STAND MAN.
Want an experienced gin stand man,
and will pay SZC a week for a good
one. Address: A. steer G.nner Ri-u.---
1, Hochbeim. Texas
WAVTE:> TO BTY-A
Cane Mill See J._n
WANTED—T* raat 1: •; acres,
soon as it ctx >» had—woa. - bay
crop. Phone M-
FOR SALE—3uuse and ice ami naJ
on Rose Srreec Mr J. R Cxns>SrlL
122 Heisna S :rs- Son Ante mo. Texaf.
FOR sjlUE—Shetland pemes. per-
fectly ffES-'-O*. Apply to Lagxa
Ctoei Mortgages and lua?
tracts *rr at :he HeraiiL
That grape-vine news report got busy fcga-z rerbcirdij jac
had it current on the streeu that the AmmtaiH naa c*t the
German lines on the west above Soissuris sme the Fund m the
east and they had come together capturiog eaany troops j
and the Crown Prince. The Heraia was asked about it many.;
Hwuaa during the day, and early this morning the quemes came
again it was mighty good news but unfortunateiy unrebabie,
it proved. We hope to hear such goods news pretty soon, but just
aoon as the coup occurs the Herald will give it, if it is eleven
o'clock at night. By the way it costs something to get out ex-
tras, but the Herald has always been quick to do it when there
was good news or the semblajice of good news. One way to get
the extras is to buy them when they are printed.
That Man FoCh, generalisimo of the Allied armies in France,
is planning something that is going to be good for the heart—if
you are on the right side of the line. But if your heart is wrong,
the things is apt to cause heart failure. So be careful.
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Secretary Baker has ruled that base-ball men are not es-
sentials. That is encouraging, and helps to offset the ruling of
either Secretary Baker or Secretary McAdoo that motion picture
men are essential to the peace and happiness of the people during
the war. Maybe McAdoo is preparing to tax the movies about 80
GIN RECEIPT BOOKS UNDER NEW LAW.
Being Printed at the Herald office. Keep your money at home.
Call and see the Herald.
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LOsSF— }. M. Graadherry. two
var $:>.NV. F^der will please
:<ia>«e tins at a: Her alds oC&tca.
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LIVER DIDN'T ACT
DIGESTION WAS BAD
Says »5 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Wat Relieved
After a Few Doses of Black-Draught
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ret Declfr na, best p-xaioee cn
sar-A. Price Zf tests a tnxdred. or
t2*T a thoesaxi A;rij and May de-
—very orders bocked as they come;
cash with order. C. C. Skrehot.
Moadorsvllle, Ky.—Mrs. Cynthia
Hi^s-nhotham, of this town, says: "At
my ago. which Is 65, the liver does
not act so well at when young. A few
years ago, my stomach was all out of
fix. I was constipated, my liver
didn’t act My digestion was bad, and
h took so little to upset me. My ap-
petite was gone. I was very weak...
I decided I would give Black-
Praaght a thorough trial as I knew It
was highly recommended for this
trouble. I began taking it I felt
better after a few doses. My appetite
improved and I became stronger. My J
towels acted naturally and the least
trouble was soon righted with a few !
doses of Black-Draught”
Seventy years of successful use has
made Thedford’s Black-Draught a
standard, household remedy. Every
member, of every family, at times,
need tbe help that Black-Draught can
give iu cleansing the system and re*
lievlng tbe troubles that come from
constipation, Indigestion, lazy liver,
etc. You cannot keifp well unless your
stomach, liver and bowels are In good
working order. Keep them that way.
Try Black-Draught. It acts promptly,
gently and iu a natural way. If you
feel sluggish, take a dose tonight.
You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price
23c. a package—One cent a dose
All druggists. J. 69
Vote for Ed. Kacir for District Clerk
of Lavaca County. He Is a school
teacher, a married man with depend
enlg and is in deferred classification.
He has two brothers In the anny.
both are volunteers, one is on his
way to France. 7-26.
FOS. 5Alii—SxkA eff General Mer-
• rajif *e amsarutg of Shoes. Ha:5
Ccas*. Drts* Goods., Etc. Also Be Til
Piia** Show Case good as new. Will
**13 special diKCoast for the week;
also Bent Store la Gonzales, building
facing front, ZSxVO fL For full infor-
mation write at once
to P. O. Box 145 Gonzales
WiR pay eaah for iron, 50 ceata a ^
rnndrtd pounds and old robber, rags,
bones, Backs, and ether junk at good
i-rices Perry Hall. 708 Front St.
NEW OAKLANDS IN.
The surgical gauze has arrived and
all our workers are urged to get busy
Try The Herald for a Month.
Five of the advance model Oakland
‘Sixes’* will be in Monday. Come
’round and see them—they are beaut-
ies._C C. TRIBBLE.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
—The Weyman home, nine rooms and
| bath, on West Hugo Is for rent, June
first or later. Modern conveniences,
including garden with vegetables, big
galleries and yard outhouses, Phone
133 or calL
Notice tothe Public:
The National Drug Store is now
under a new management with
an experienced Pharmacist.
PRESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY FILLED
Our prices are right. More
goods for the same money, and
the same goods for less money,
National Drug Store.
GEO. H. PEETS, Manager.
FOUND—Boy’s coat, which owner
can have by paying for ad, at Herald
It is with much pride and pleasure
that we announce to our friends, our
customeis and to the public in
general that we have moved from our
former place of business into tbe
CARNES BRICK on the corner of Lott |
and West Hugo Sts.—Right across j
the street and in front of The Flick
Mercantile Co. We now have better
quarters, a cooler house for the sum-
mer and a warmer one for the winter,
and it is here that we hope to serve
onr friends as in days of yore. Our
phone number is still “799”, and we
don’t want you to hesitate to use it
yrhen in need of our services.
WOOLSEY GROCERY CO.
3-t D and I t W.
Spencer Buchanan returned today
Mrs. A. P. Rose, owner of the
Queen Theatre, announces to the pub
11c that her shew will not be opened
for a few days on account of illness in
from San Antonio where he has been
Bear In Mind
We Buy Cream
Highest Market Prices
Paid At All Times.
R. T. B MUUBW
Rev. A. J. Gayner Banks left today
fo San Antonio.
For the benefit of the public who
wish to pay their pledge money at the
Red Cross Headquarters; our new
financial secretary, Mrs. Albert I. Orr,
successor to Miss Louise Rottenstein,
wishes to slate that she will remain
at the desk until 7 o’clock each eve-
ning. This change In time is made
to especially accommodate our folks
at the shops and our clerking force in
the stores. The secretary’s hours will
be from 9 to 12 mornings and 2 to 7
YOAKUM CHAPTER, A. R. C.
VULCANIZING AT TERRYVILLE
We. Have Procured The
Celebrated and Reliable Shaler
With Which We Can Do The Very Best Work On Shortest Time.
Automobile People Will Be Served Promptly and Work Guaranteed.
No Big Rents—Do Our Own Work—You Catch the Idea.
C. H. STEVENS & SON.
ELMER G. GUNN OAK McKENZIE
gunn & McKenzie
Over State Bank
M. M. LEE, TRANSFER
Hauls Trunks from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.
Charges are 35c downstairs;
50c up-stairs, per trunk. Ex-
tra charges after 7 p. m.
W. C. EMLER
Creamery Dairy Co.
520 LOTT STREET
CITY MARKET AND SAUSAGE FACTORY
ALOIS SILL, Prop.
Yotur patronage it invited with promise to make
It your Interest to trade with me. - Phone 100
Sanitary Hamburger Kitchen
General Transfer; heavy and
light hauling, household goods
moved by load or job; will
pack or ship your goods. Our
paraphernalia is complete for
handling all styles of pianos:
guarantee against damage.
Prices reasonable. Give us a
Seeing is Believing
W. J. SNEARLY,
“hone 106 Prop.
GOOOOOOOOO fl 0
o HOWARD BALDWIN o
*■ Attorney at Law o
o Baldwin’s Business College Bldg o
o Yoakum, Texae o
Soft Drink Fount
Just opened, new eating place and soda fountain
On Grand Avenue, next to Jaresh A Burton.
Short orders and regular meals-all kinds of soft drink
Come and see us in our new location and business.
JOHN GAJDUSEK, Prop’r
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Costs Very Small Part
Actual Value To You
TO KEEP YOUR CLOTHES
CLEANED AND PRESSED
MAKES YOUR CLOTHES LOOK NEW
AND YOU FEEL GOOD AS NEW
Palace Tailor Shop
Phone No. 435 Next to Piggly Wiggly
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