Yoakum Daily Herald (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 163, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 23, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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THE YOAKUM DAILY HERALD
$1.00 Fancy Parasols............... 88c
$1.25 Kind.......... .............., 95c
$1.50 Fancy Parasols, Only.............$1.24
$2.00 Fancy Parasols, Priced............$1.49
Finer Ones Up To $4.95. Now............$1.95
Fine Parasols Frames, Choice............50c
35c Kind, 29c; 65c Skirting 49c; and 75c
' Quality 63c. ^
36 Inch Pajama Cloth, was 35c, now.......29c
Bass Bros Co.
The One Price Quality Store.
ROUTS 6 NOTES.
E. T. Long of Hallettsville was in
the city this afternoon, in the interest
of his candidacy for County Clerk.
Mrs. Ivy McLead returned
from a visit in Corpus Christi.
Mrs. J. W. Schwab left today for
Marlin to visit her son, H. O. Schwab.
Mrs. Arthur Kelly
from San Antonio.
B. L. Temple returned to Halletts-
ville today after a few days visit here.
Miss Veva Peterson has returned
from a visit to Cuero.
CARD OF THANKS.
MrB. J. C. Cox and family returned
home today from a visit in Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Tully Hester left to-
day for a trip to Houston and Gal-
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to those who so kindly helped
us In the recent illness and death of
our dear husband and father James
W. Wallace. We also thank
you for the words of consolation and
the beautiful floral offerings. These
kindnesses will ever be remembered,
and may the just God richly reward
you is our fervent prayer.
MRS. J. W. WALLACE,
Vote for Frank Schoppe for County
Superintendent of Lavaca. He will do
more ."or our school children and
teachers by visiting their schools fre-
quently. (Pol. Adv.)
We are having very warm weather
at the present time. We were visited
by a lovely shower of rain Friday
morning. The farmers have been very
bufey the past week putting up feed
stuff for winter. The cotton is all
opening very fast and picking will be-
gin in about another week.
A large crowd enjoyed a party given
at R. L. Rices, Wednesday night, every
one who was lucky enough to be pres-
ent, said they had a grand time.
Mrs. Anna Muecke and family visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Orsak last
Sunday night a week ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Friedel and little
daughters and Miss Mary P. Orsak,
have returned from San Antonio,
where they had been visiting at Camp
Joe Rollin spent Sunday with John
Mr. James Rollin who had been
visiting in Nixon, returned home
Messrs. John Rice and John Orsak
spent Sunday afternoon with Walter
Misses Mary and Berdie Rice visited
Misses Edna and Anna Muecke last
Herman See visited John Orsak Sun
Mies Albena Targac is visiting re-
latives in Shiner this week.
Vote for Frank Schoppe for County
Superintendent of Lavaca, the iive
wire, the soldier boys’ and peoples’
TO THE VOTERS OF
Alex Tucker who has been visiting
relatives in Ohio the paBt week has
Mr. and -Mrfi. C. B. Thompson and
son, C. B„ Jr. left for San Antonio to
visit Mrs. C. H. Petrich.
Mrs. G. O. Livingston left today for
Mrs. William Afflerbach retnrned to-
day from a three weeks visit to Corpus
Christi, Kenedy and Kingsville.
Kenedy to attend the funeral of a re-
A few more manly men are wanted
for the Machine Gun troop, Apply at
Armory over Herald office. t-f
Mrs. Ben Brown and daughter, Alta
of Karnes City returned to their home
today after a weeks visit to Mrs. Robt.
County Treasurer Ed. Milkulenka, of
Hallettavllle is in the Yoakum hos-
pital, where he is undergoing treat-
ment for a serious throat trouble.
/ The Woodman Circle meets tonight
at the K. of C. Hall at eight o’clock,
and all members are urged to be
The Weekly Herald will be printed
on Thursday, and those candidates
who want to reach the people of this
section have a last chance to use it.
Miss Florence Price who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. P. Carville
for the last three months has returned
to her home in Hallettsville.
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Shropshire, Miss
Ree Shropshire and Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Lucas and little daughter, Lucille,
who have been enjoying themselves at
Magnolia Beach the last few days, re-
turned home this morning.
The types made an error in the
Phone No. of Woolsey Grocery Co,
and we wish to call attention to the
No. which it 79. If you don’t believe
they can do the BEST EVEft in
Groceries, Just try that No. 79.
FOUND—Two keys on a ring, one to
Yale lock. Owner can have same by
calling at Herald office and paying for
this add. t-f
AT HIGH SCHOOL
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Mr. Louis Quitta and Miss Alma
Doehring, two rvpular young people
of Hallettsville, were married Monday
morning at the Catholic Church. Mr.
Quitta is employed at the Jaresh &
Burton store at Hallettsville. The
bride has recently been attending
school at Ft. Worth, but for a number
of years wan an operator at the tele-
phone exchange. Their many friends
wish them much happiness.
H u m phrey s- H ester.
This afternoon at one o’clock Miss
Willie Bcc Humphreys and Tully
Hester were: united in marriage by
Father Sheehan. The birde is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hum-
phrey and Tully Hester is ticket agent
at the local S. A. & A. P. Depot. The
birde was gowned in a mouse colored
suit with white accessories. The young
couple have many friends here who
wish them much happiness. They left
on the noon train for a trip to Houston
Mr. V. Rosenwasser, the proprietor
of the Grand Leader, has returned
from New York, where he purchased
a large fall stock.
The Herald is authorized to an-
nounce the following candidates for
the offices named, subject to the Dem-
ocratic primaries next July:
For District Attorney—
HORACE DUNCAN of Gonzale-
You doubtless all know that I am a
candidate for re-election, and as you
have given me your support in the
past, this is to ask If you will not
again use your best efforts in my
I feel that I am better qualified than
ever to handle this office, and I also
feel that I have handled it in a satis-
factory business like manner since 1
have been Tax Assessor.
On account of the great work I have
right now in my office, I am unable
to meet every voter in the county,
therefore I take this method of asking
every man and woman to give my
candidacy due consideration at the
I am a loyal American citizen, have
two of my sons fighting the battles
of freedom and one son I have already
lo3t in the service.
I will appreciate very much any-
thing you may do in my behalf.
Thanking you all in advance, I beg
Very truly yours,
Josh Caraway, of Yoakum, has just
returned from Leslie. Ark., where he
has purchased a home in the Ozarks.
He reports the crops quite favorable
there and has many good words to
say about the country. He will be glad
to tell any one Interested of the cheap
homes and other advantages for a man
of moderate means to be found in that
TO BLANKET OWNERS.
If there is anyone who Jias not
had quilts or blankets returned that
were loaned to the Cavalry troop dur-
ing their encampment they will please
phone 433 and First Sergeant pob
Jordon will deliver same. t-f
J. L. Bass will leave tonight for
New York to market. Mrs. Bass will
accompany him as fas as Lancaster,
Texas, where she will visit her
Bass Bros. Co., have purchased a
new truck from Cook and Day Motor
Co., and will hereafter make their
deliveries by Ford.
C. C. Creighton and wife returned
today from San Antonio where they
have been visiting a few days.
Elbert Cox, who is in the Navy
training school at Great Lakes, 111.,
came home tod£(y to spend a few days
with his parents.
Mrs. Earl Livengood of Martindale,
arrived in the city today, from Lock-
hart to visit Miss Marguerite Hudson.
A RED CROSS APPEAL.
Mrs. S. G. Tarkington has returned
from an extended visit in Kerrvllle
where she has been in interest to her
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Peterson are the
proud parents of a fine baby girl that
was born to them Sunday evening at
nine thirty. *
Mr. J. C. Bush informs the Herald
that he will hold the primary election
next Saturday at the high school build-
ing, and wishes that all the voterstake
notice of the change from the com-
press, where the primary election have
been held heretofore.
Sajs Watoga Lady, “As To Whal
Cardui Has Done For Me, So
As To Help Others.”
Mies Lois Allen, of Oakland return-
ed home today after visiting relatives
here. 8he was accompanied back by
Wallace Woolsey who will visit here
The New Commercial Club rooms on
Lott Street by the Herald has been
selected as the meeting place for the
gathering of farmers and cotton grow-
ers schedule for Friday night.
The meeting has been called for the
purpose of discussing the harvesting
of the fall crops, and the farm labor
Senator Bailey of Cuero and ex-
Senator Weinert of Seguln will speak
at Yorktown on Thursday night at
8:4S P. M. at the Civic Park. Two
or more Brs^i Bands will play and a
mmamI crowd is expected as both men
omihent and eloquent speakers.
1 Are especially invited and seats
provided for them and their
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H the Meeting.
Watoga,W. Va.—Mrs. S. W. Gladwell,
of this tdwn, says: "When about 15 years
of age, I suffered greatly ... Sometimes
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing-
down pains, and would just drag and
had no appetite* Then ... it would last
,,. two weeks, and was so weakening,
and my health was awful.
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and 1 began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept it up till U
took three... I gained, and was well
and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui.
I am married now and have 3 children
. .. Have never had to have a doctor for
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui
if I need a tonic. 1 am glad to testify to
what It has done for me, so as to help
If you are nervous or weak, have head*'
aches, backaches, or any of the other
liimentsso common to women, why not
give Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin taking Cardui today. It may
be the very medicine you need. a
For District Clerk—
T. H. STREICH 1
E. H. HOUCHINS (Re-election)
H. F. L. MUELLER
For County Clerk—
E. T; LONG
J. A. SOMMERLATTB
For School Superintendent:
For Tax Aeseaeor—
RUD. VALENTA Re-Election
EUGENE A. TURK.
For Tax Collector—
HENRY J. SCHORNACK
STEVE BENNEJTT (Re-election)
FRANK G. HAVEL (of Shiner)
For County Commissioner, Precinct
6 and 7.
J. J. KUTAC
The ladies of the Red Cross have
so far been able to send every Yoakum
soldier boy away with a well-filled
comfort bag. Now they want to equip
every member of the Yoakum Machine
Gun Troop and they are asking you
to help with a contribution toward
filling these hundred bags. These are
our boys and we are proud to call It
our troop. Will you not fland in to
the Secretary of the Red Cross a
money donation or any of the follow-
ing articles, and in so doing feel you
have had a part in this good work.
The boys are leaving soon, and the
bags must be filled at once.
The committee needs Tablets, En-
velopes, Pencils, Tooth-brushes, Tooth-
past, Talcum Powder, Soap, Handker-
COMFORT BAG COMMITTEE,
By The Chairman.
Vote for T. H. Strelch for District
Clerk of Lavaca County. 3-t
For County Judge—
J. L. BOAL
W. F. HARRIS
For Tax Collector—
CHAS. T. SCHWAB
FRITZ M. GOEHRING
THOS. M. STELL (Re-Election)
O. A. LENZ
J. N. PACE
For County Treasurer—
Wm. WAGNER (Re-Election)
For District Clerk—
T. J. KENNEDY (Re-election)
For County Clerk—
G. P. BOX (Re-election)
For Commissioner (District No. 2)—
ANTONE W. JARESH
For Justice of the Peace, Precinct 0—
H. E. CRISWELL
for Public Weigher, Precincts 2 and
Q. N. N1EMEYER (Re-election)
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
djr local application!, aa they cannot reach
the dtaeaafcd portion of the ear. Thera la
>nly ott# way to euro catarrhal deafness,
ind that la by a eonatltutlonal remedy,
'atarrbal Deafneea te cauaed by an In-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Euitachlan Tube. When this tube la
in/lameil you have a rumbling sound or Im-
perfect hearing, and when It la entirely
iloaed. Deafneea la the result. Unless the
inflammation can be reduced and this tube
restored to Its normal condition, hearing
n'tll be destroyed forever. .Many cases of
leafnesi are caused by catarrh, which la
in Inflamed condition of the mucous sur-
in Inflamed cond______
races. Hall's Catarrh Medicine
:he blood on the mucous surfaces of
We *v|ll give One Hundred Dc
iny cate of Catarrhal Deafneea thi
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medic!
lulars'fre#.* A» Druggists. 78c,
P. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O.
Try The Herald for a Month.
Have your rents deposited with us, thus saving you
time and annoyance.. Accurate calculations guaranteed
and prompt advice by mail.
Always at your service.
YOAKUM NATIONAL BANK
The comfort kits must be ready by
the end of this week. The committee
asks that those who wish to donate
towards these boys will please send
their gifts to Red Cross headquarters
It Is with much pride and pleasure
that we announce to our friends, our
customers and to the public in
general that we have moved from our
former place of business into the
CARNES BRICK on the corner of Lott
and West Hugo Sts.—Right across
the street and in front of The Flick
Mercantile Co. We flow 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
our friends as in days of yore. Our
phone number is still “79”, and we
don’t want you to hesitate to use it
when in need of our services.
WOOLSEY GROCERY CO.
3-t D and I t W.
Try The Herald for a Month
OUR EQUIIPMENT IS AMPLE
No matter what part of a oar
is disabled, injured or worn out,
we are prepared to make the
needed repairs or replacemnts
with promptness and skill. We
for all kinds of auto repairing,
are best advertised by auto
owners who have employed our
ogi rvi npa
L. J. SCHWAB IN CHARGE.
Corner Irvine and Nelson Streets
SAVE YOUR SHOES
These are times when it pays.
A Shoe Half-Soled
Is a Dollar Saved
J. D. THOMPSON
Corner May and
THE SKIN EEAUTIFIER
The moat scientific end moat wonderful
facial preparation of the
on of the modern age. It
lynp*J"ta to the skin a vel-
vety softness and delica-
cy which Is delightful
appearance and plea*
in efTect Used during 1
day It Is a protection li-
vely ________. .
cy which Is delightful In
ance and pleasing
the Sun and Wind. In
the evening Its use as-
sures a faultless complex-
Tint*: White and Flesh. All deal-
i. S5c, 80c and 11.00. or sent poet paid
receipt of price. Sample for the asking.
Baxo-Wnrier Manufacture Company
. * ' i"
Now enlarging its bank-
ing quarters so as to be bet-
ter prepared to serve its
ever increasing business.
We Solicit Your Account
Yoakum State Bank.
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