Yoakum Weekly Times. (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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Mission Rockers and Dining
Chairs. Nice line to select from.
When the housewife
serves MOBLEY’S choice
rolls or bread for breakfast
she is sure to afford her
hui band and every one else
around the board much sat-
isfaction and pleasure.
There’s nothiner bad —lots
good to say about Mobley’s
mn went to Cuero on
.n the cit..
Miss / ! ,• •
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Him ? ret*
. brief vi-
Fr .ok B ck of Ruck Island has
joined h's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Beck.
Sherill’ Farris, of Cuero, spent
Thursday afteruoon in the city
on official business.
Wanted — second-hand saddle
tor boy sbvmt 15 years of age.
Apply at this office. 25-dt
Miss Cleo Austin of Dali as hi*,
returned to her home after a
pit; sant visit in the city.
For Salk My horse and bug-
gy, perfectly safe.
CALL TO MEET AT HALLETSVILLE
By the authority invested in
me as chairman of the Demo-
cratic Executive Committee of
the 25th Judicial District of Tex-
as, a delegate convention to be
composed of duly elected dele-
GULF STORM IS COMING
Mobile, Ala., Aug. 24.-The
local weather bureau has receiv-
ed the following storm weather :
“ Tropical disturbances devel-
oping over Caribbean sea south-
east of Porto Rico, apparently
gates from each of the counties |wil1.move, wcst- northwest, in-
composing the 25th Judicial Dis- j tensity unknown,
trict is hereby called to meet in! Ncw Orleans, Aug 24 -Storm
the city of Halletsville, Texas. at j warnings were issued this after-
2:30 o’clock p. m. on Saturday, | n0™ for‘he ^exlcan ™ast
August 27th, 1910, for the pur-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Raymond
■t Halletsville arrived in the city
Thursday on a prospecting tour.
W. J. Carnes of Halletsville
ariived in tlie city Thursday to
look after some monumental
W. L. Crawford of Hochheim
is kept vet v busy hauling seed to
Yoakum for Wm. Jaeger.—Cuero
Mrs. F. A. Reeves and little
ehild left Wednesday for a visit
•o relatives and friends at San
D. C. Taylor of Yorktown re-
turned home Wednesday after a
brief visit with the family of H.
This is the first
warning since the advent of the
so-called West Indian hurricane
which starts early in
pose of nominating a candidate ,
for the office of district attorney! 1 orto Juco’
of the 25th Judicial District and
for the transaction of such other
business that may properly come
before the convention.
I). A. PaUlus,
Chairman of the Democratic Ex
ecutive committee 25th Judicial
RACE TRACK AND STABLE.
Mr. Ed. Tully is building a j ■jj-h!' •_»
stable 30x50 feet to accommodate | A man doesn’t need to be born
race horses for the Fair and is in a country or to be a citizen of
breaking ground for one-half | a country to be listened to if he
mile circular track which will be has anything worth while to say.
the best half-mile race track this
side of San Antonio. The Dc-
Witt County Fair is going to be
a rouser. The many applications
for space, the exhibits and spe-
cial attractions already secured
by the association is a guarantee
that we will be there with the
goods. Remember the occasion,
October 11th tu the 14th inclu-
Wm. Pagel who resides on
route one came in Thursday and
had his subscription date advan-
Mrs. R. A. Franke and chil-
dren have returned from a pleas-
ant vi.dt jo relatives and friends
, , . . j , .at Yorktown.
a disturbance being reported at
a point in the Caribbean 3ea off . William Jaeger at Hochheim
is doing fine with his gin. He
LOW RATE TO FORT O’CONNOR.
TRAIN LEAVES CUERO AT 10:10 A. M.
SL'NlAY AUG. 28-RATE FOR
ROUND TRIP $1.60,
The G. H. & S. A. Railway
will run a special excursion toj
Port G O n; or next Sunday,
Augus*-2S, leaving San Antonio j
at 6:30 a m., and pi ssing Cuero
at 10:10 a. m , ihi ra-e for the
round trip from Cuero being!
$1.80. which is a very low rate;'
tickets art* good until Monday,;
August 29, asTAvell as on the ex-j
cursion train which will leaves!
Port O’Connor at 11 o’clock I
night of the 28th. ;
Those desiring to go from Yoa- j
kum can goon the Davy Crockett j
or by auto Sunday morning. I
This will be one of the biggest |
excursions yet run to Port
O’Connor which is fast gaining
the reputation of being the most
popular resort of the Texas coast j
on account of its splendid beach, |
fine bathing, boating and fishing j
and its unsurpassed accommoda-
tions in way of pavilion and j
KEPT THE KING AT HOME.
“For the past year we have kept
the king of all laxatives-Dr.
King’s New Life Pills—in our
home and they have proved a
blessing to al! our family,” writes
Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N.
Y. Easy, hut sure remedy for all
Stomach, Live r and Kidney
troubles. Only 25c at Koerth
ARE YOU GETTING
BASF BALL GOODS
Yoakum Book Store
Wall Paper and Canvas
«i can always get nice tender meats |
wL by trading with F
\ Free Delivery. ZT:
Spoehler Building, Grand Avenue.
The beautiful series of engrav-
ings from the masterpieces of the
world now ready in unique dis-
tribution to the readers of the
Galveston News? 14# x 19#
inches on fine paper. Nothing
like the value has been offered
SECOND GREAT PICTURE
This splendid picture by Hen-
rique is a beautiful view of the
ocean at moonlight. The great,
ever restless, surf is breaking on
the beach. The artist has
caught the power and splendor
of the sea, giving a superb ma-
rine view’ with lights and shad-
^ Sows long to bo remembered. J he
All sorts of opportunities v ““v-“ '• marvel is the little cost for a
une to those who i t ally want to Mrs- trover Livingston has re- j hand-colored copy.
,it>08 ...r] ,.M cn_., turned to her home at Dallas af-j Seven coupon (6 daily and 1
i 11 ’ '. 1 '' ; 11 *“ • tor a pleasant visit with her par-1 Sundav) ard 15c will entitle the
;0 ’-npations spring up out oi. thejCIlls> Mr. and Mrs. VV. A. Find, sender to ore picture hand-col-
I gr at unknown for the bright, , ,, , oved. 3ee top second page Gal-
, V., prL i««. keen-eyed looker j ,u£r j toT?rh<«ne at Shined It I —M'
J<>b. ter a pleasant visit in the city, i p * 1 egin aavi"s coupons today.
_ |th guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. 1
has ginned 550 bales and is still
real busy.—Cuero Record.
Lailie Lyons knew that “we
need the money ” so forwarded
a year’s subscription and told us
to set his figures ahead. Next!
Many thousands of us still listen
13 and heed the wise sayings,
opinions and criticisms of Moses,
for instance —although he cer-
tainly never was an American
GRANDMA’S COUGH CURE is
! pleasant to take, in tan'ly relieves
Mrs. Can ie Foster Green and j !ha! .tick'e in your ihrost, stops that
nf Onn Antonio nackini: cough. With the first symp-
OL oun AntOniO, toms of throat or lung trouble buy a
bottle of this celebrated Cough Cure
and safeguard against that dreaded
two children, of San Antonio,
arrived in the citv Thursday and
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
VV. E Green.
At. the home of Rev. J. John
Ramsey, pastor of the Christian
church,J Mr. George Mikel, of
California, and Miss Ellen Carre-
way, of Yoakum, were united in
marriage at 8:80 p. m. Tuesday,
August 23. Mr. Merkel is a
young man of sterling qualities.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. L. C. Carreway living west
of town. She is a charming
young lady and will make a
worthy helpmate for the man
who has won her hand. Mr. and
All fears as to Mayor Gay-
nor’s sinking under his wound
have been pretty well dissipated,
and now it is believed by every-
one that he will be able to leave
for the Adirondacks in two
weeks and be back at his office
desk in a month. The Mayor
expresses no bitterness against
his assailant, and hopes that he
will be treated as insane rather
It requires real strength of
character for a man to put on
his well-lined coat over various
other articles of clothing and
sally forth to church with wife
and children on a hot, steamy
Sunday morning. The wife and
children (if they are girls), in
Mrs. Mikel will leave next Tues-! Ibeir thin, white dresses and
for California, where they
will make their future home.
Mrs. Mary Ann May who resides
on route three ha-* ihe thanks of
The Times for assistance this
week in the way of weekly sub-
As a household remedy .for
cuts, burns, bruises, piles, pain
and soreness of all.kinds, I)r.
Cox’s Barbed Wire Liniment, 25c
size, has no equal. If not satis-,
factory, money* t^flmTled. For
tale by all druggists.
cool underwear, are comfortable
enough, and their willingness to
attend divine service is not to be
wondered at, but such a man de-
serves a very front seat in the
Celestial Land, when he is called
upon to ascend the golden stairs
and dwell among the blessed.
The Yoakum clergy, in their ap
predation of the effort made by
men to attend church this hot
weather should invite their male
All drug,:ists sells Dr. Cox’s
Barbed Wire Liniment, 25c, 50c
and $1 bo'ties. Guaranteed to
heal without leaving a blemish,
or money refunded.
John Lauer, one of our sub-
stantial readers of the Weekly
Times, dropped in Thursday and
squared himself up on our books.
Many thanks, John.
Wm. Lassig of Kenedy re-
turned home Thursday after a
brief business trip in the city.
While here Mr. Lassig bought
several lots from Rev. W. Wolfs-
J. E. Lander and sons arrived
in the city late Wednesday after-
noon in his auto, Mrs Lander re-
maining in Austin. Mr. Lander
will spend the rest of the week
in the city.
Miss Katie Thieme was among
the incoming passengers on the
Sap Sunday from Yoakum. She
was accompanied to Yoakum by
VV. L. Crawford of Hochheim.—
One hundred homeseekers who
have bought land at or near Port
Lavaca passed through San An-
tonio Tuesday en route to homes
in Kansas to make arrangements
to remove to Texas this fall and
take possession of their new
homes —Cuero Record.
County court convenes at Hal-
letsville next Monday for its
August term. As this is
the last term of the court
for County Attorney Bagby,
he says he will dispose of all
criminal cases on the docket. 1C t~
There are a number that have * ” CJ*
YOUNG HAN WANTED,
16 to 20 years, to work in store;
must speak German. Fine open-
ing to the right man. Apply to
The Times office. 25-3t
iwaouio w iiy
We should do bqsiness to-
Our store is centrally lo-
cated and convenient from
Our assortment is exten-
sive and kept up at all times.
Our deliveries are prompt
and cover every part of the
Our prices are made on
the highest grade table foods
and mean a saving on each
Try doing business with
. be on on the docket seven! years, i
mcmh’is to remove their coats, being continued from time toj
during the service. time. I
J. I. JARESH.
SELECT FOR THE PLACE IN WHICH TO PUT
YOUR MONEY, THE.—eO-
YOAKUM STATE BANK
The deposits of this bank are protected by guaranty
bond under the laws of this State.
Start an accountand deposit part of
your monthly earning.
W. L. Orth, J. R. Kirchhoff, Ad Hagens, Wm. Green,
E. F. Wolters, Philip Welhausen and J. E. Lander.
F. LUDWIG HALL,
SATURDAY, AUG. 27
Everybody is Invited.
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. “Hints to inventors.” •'Inventions needed.”
“Why some inventors fail.” Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was, formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such. had.fuU charge of
the U. S. Patent Office.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
If You Intend
Purchasing a Spring Suit
See Bayer and get a good
fit. Quality, Style and
Workmanship that will
be attractive to the eye.
Front st„ 0.4 YER The Tailor.
All Newspaper Publishers and Printers
in Texas are Cordially invited to Join
^he Printer’s mutual
Fire Insurancc Association of T ’’ixas.
1 he con titution, application for membership, form for inventory,
etc, can be obtained from the secretary of the association Write
at once for them to
A S CRISP, President, Cuero
II A LINDENBERG, V-President, Yoakum
C F LEHMANN, Treasurer, Halletsville
U" m T. tiichholz, Sec’y and Business M gr,
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Lindenberg, H. A. Yoakum Weekly Times. (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1910, newspaper, August 27, 1910; Yoakum, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth758567/m1/4/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carl and Mary Welhausen Library.