The Yoakum Weekly Times. (Yoakum, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 18, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 28, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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# PIPES, BASE BALL GOODS, §P
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£ KNIVES. SPORTING GOODS (jg)
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YOAKUM BOOK STORE.
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W hether in town, bunting, fishing, traveling, spending a month at a
Rummer resort, the KODAK offers a constant source of pleasure and
stores away sweet memories of Ihe past. Note the pleasure of looking
at pictures and recalling from them enjoyable incidents of years gone
by. They too are healthful because they take you out of doors. Try
one and see the roses bloom on your cheeks.
Our line of Eastman Kodaks and supplies is complete and we caB
give your orders prompt attention whether in or out of the city.
93F"Watch our show windows.
Weymouth Drug Co,
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OF ALL KINDS.
8 Builders Hardware, Wire Screens
•) and Screen Wire Cloth.
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I SOUTH TEXAS LUMBER CO. I
g J. A. McFADDEN, Manager, Yoakum, Texas. Jg
| PAINTS, OIL, CSLA^jS, fj
1 WALL PAPER. |
Wholesale and Retail.
Get our prices and save money.
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$ Bookkeapng, Business Arithmetic, XsAfer'Writing, -Business ®
^ Law, Business Penmanship, Shorthand Type- ($)
^ writing and Business Correspondence.
^ You dou’t know what we can do for yon until you try us. ^
If you expect the best results, you must necessarily attend ($
^ a school that is prepared to prof»er)y assict you. The $$
foundations of all true business success depend upon the $
^ result of yonr trainiug in the above subjects. This is a $
^ school of results. $
2 THE YOAKUM BUSINESS COLLEGE, t
7 E. G. AtLEE, Principal. ^
j Over Graham’s Cream Parlor. ^
Learn Telegraphy |
FROM AN EXPERT. S
We have employed an expert operator
to take charge of the telegraph department of this school and are
now ready to enroll students.
To the first ten starting before May 1st, we will include a thor-
ough training in touch Typewriting, Business forms and Bookkeep-
ing. Our charge for the telegraph course is $5 per month, ^ text
books free. If you prefer you can pay the entire scholarship in ad-
vance: which is $20 including text books and supplies and take your
own time to learn.
The telegraph class will be in session every afternoon and night
excepting Saturday and Sunday. Now is your opportunity to secure HP
a business education and a profession second to none. _ Don't stand
by and watch the other fellow get ahead. Bear in mind an expert
operator is at the head of this branch of otir school, and that if you hP
mm can’t learn Telegraphy, Typewriting and Bookkeeping here, throw (jg)
^ Take advantage of our liberal offer at once. It will not be re-
A peated.SPA^er May 1st the tuition covering telegraphy will be $5 £
per month, typewriting, bookkeeping &c extra. ^p
• “Sap” Shorthand School. |
K. P. meeting to morrow night.
David Darst has a new ad, in
Ladies’ visiting cards printed at
The Times office.
Weymouth’s Bon Boris and
Chocolates—that is the best arid
the latest. 6tf
dust arrived the finest line of
chocolate candies in the city, at C.
C. Henderson <fc Bros. 24tf
Haller Bros Dry Goods Co.
have a new ad. in this issue.
F. S. Mason has had a beautiful
sign painted ou the front of his
If it i^ a bilious attack take
Chamberlaius Stomach and liver
tablets and a quick cure ie cer-
tain. For sale by Palace drug
J. T. Shindler returned home
Sunday from a brief business visit
to El Paso and reports having had
a delightful trip, and that El Paso
has struck another building boom.
6tf Weymouth Drug Co.
Parties wishing a copy of Bureau
of Boil Survey of Lavaca county
can get same oy calling on A. K.
Boned chicken in cans, just the
thing for chicken sandwiches, at C.
0. Henderson & Bros. 24tf
A complete line of Eastman
6tf Weymouth Drug Co.
Mrs. C. J. Speigel and little
daughter have returned from t
pleasant visit te relatives and
friends in EalletsvilJe.
Mr. and Mrs. ,H. W. Nott oi
Wharton, Texas, announce the ap-
proaching marriage of their daugh-
ter, May Alice, to Mr. PattoD
Anderson Murray of Wharton.The
ceremony will take place Wednes-
day, April 25th, at 2 p. m. in tlu
First Baptist church. — Houston
Mr. and Mrs. Nott were at om
time residents of Yoakum, Mr
Nott being station agent here
Prepared ham sliced cold, makes
delicious sandwiches tor picnics, at
C. C Henderson & Bros 24tf
On the occasion of the United
Confederate Veteran’s re-union at
New Orleans, the Sap will sell
round trip tickets to New Orleam
it rate and under condition named
Dates of sale—April 22, 23 and
* Limit—May 7, 1906.
Rate—$9.65 No reduction foi
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Perkins are
the proud parents of a line girl
born to them Friday.
R, P. Henderson won the
wheelbarrow race at the link
Friday night. Quite a large
crowd was present to wituess the
Mrs, A. P. BEgby, Jr., returned
to her home at Halletsville
Saturday after a pleasant visit in
the city, the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Shindler.
John M. Bennett, president of
the First National Bank, arrived
in the city yesterday from San An
tomo, and is the guest of Cashier
and Mr9. E. B. Carruth.
The decoration exercises which
were to have taken place at tbt
City Cemetery today hts beeu
postponed until Sunday, April 29.
Mrs. Dan T. Price is visiting
relatives and fnrnds in Hallets
Special atten tion is directed to
the new ad of V* ill Johnston and
Co., which appears ia this issue
The committee will receive bids up to
May 1, 1906, for sinking a well and put-
ting in tileing in the City Cemetery.
Said committee reserves the right to
reject any and all bids, or adopt one.
Bidders wishing information will please
call on F. M. Tatum, manager of City
F. M. Tatum,
J. A. Lander,
By orde. of A. E. Boyd, vice presi-
dent of Yoakum Cemetery Association.
The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Yoakum Im-
provement Company will be held
at the office of the company in the
City of Yoaknrn, County of Lavaca
and State of Texas, on the second
Saturday, being the 12th day of
May, A. D. 1906, for the purpose
of electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year and sucb other
business as may properly come be-
fore the meeting.
By order of
Thoss. H. Clarkson,
J. W. Greer, Secretary.
Mrs. J. P. Woolseyand little son
arrived in the city from Waco
Friday on a visit to relatives and
W alter Lander left on the “Davy”
Saturday morning for San Antonio
to purchase another hack to add to
his hack Hue.
Albert Timm and Dick Kullinf
were among the passengers to San
Antonio Friday to witness the
H. C. Koch & Co have a very
interesting ad in this issue.
Mr. and Mrs C. W. Richmond
and'cbildren left Friday for San
Antonio to visit the Carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Smith left
Friday for San Antonio on a visit
to relatives and friends and tc
witness the carnival.
Mrs. E. G. AtLee and little
daughter are visiting relatives and
friends in San Antonio.
NEW TIME CARD.
Arrival and Departure
To take effect Thursday, April
12, 1906. All trains will meet at
Following is the time ot the ar-
rival and departure of passenger
trains in and out of Yoakum on the
San Antonio & Aransas Pass Rail-
HOUSTON TO SAN ANTONIO.
No. 1 from Houston, leaves
Houston 8:00 a m.,arrives at Yoa-
kum 12:50 p. in. departing for San
Antonio at 1:10 p. m.
SAN 4.NTONIO TO HOUSTON.
No. 2, from San Antonio, leaves
San Antonio at 8:45 a. m., arrives
it Yoakum 1:45 p. m.; departing
'or Houston at 2:05 p. m.
“DAVY CROCKETT” TRAINS.
“Davy Crockett” No. 3, leav 36
Bou9ton at 9:45 p. m., arrives at
Yoakum 2:20 a. m., departing for
San Antonio at 2:35 a. m.
“Davy Crockett” No. 4, leaves
San Antonio 9:00 p. m., arrives at
Yoakum 1:40 a. m., departing for
Houston at 1:55 a. m.
Train 42 from Waco leases Waco
it 6:10 a.m, arrives Yoakum. 12:40
Train 41 for Waco, leaves Yoa-
kum 2:05 p. m, arriving at Waco
it 8:35 p. m.
Train No. 45, (passenger) Sun-
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
urday, leaves Yoakum for Lock-
hart 2:15 p. m.. arrives Lockhart
it 4:55 p. m.
Train No. 46 (mixed) Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, leaves
Yoakum at 2:15 p m , arrives at
Lockhart at 5:55 pm. Passenger
leaves Lockhart at 9:55 a. m., ar-
rives at Yoaknrn at 12:30 p.tn.
No changes have been made in
the time of the Davy Crockett,
and they will continue to meet at
Gillette Safety Razors.
6tf Weymouth Drug Co.
EVERYBODY WANTS TO
A Positive Guarantee.
Sold by Palace Drug Store wbc
agrees to return your money if
if Dr. Carlstedt’s German
Liver Powder Fails
To cure you.
I hereby agree to refund the money
paid for Dr. Carlstedt’s German Liver
Powder on the return of the empty
bottles, the purchaser stating it has
failed to relieve and cure him of any
of the diseases for which it is recom-
mended. This guarantee covers the
use of a $1 bottle or four 23c bottles
or two months’ treatment.
NiRmmmmmiffi.mmjmv frotrmm nnimnnimg£; Society Column.
5T E. F. Woltovs,
J. E. Lander,
J. W. Vanham, —*
I Yoakum state bank I
IET Directors—E. F. Wolters, J. A. Lander, Wm. Green, J. E. Lander,
^ J. W. Vanham, Ad. Hagens, Phillip Welhausen. ^5
5TI A general bunking business transacted. Accounts Cj
of individuals and. corporation a solicited. ZZZ
I SUMMER NORMAL, |
H 02P3Ej«bTS H
| June 4th, 1906* ]
s And continnes Eight Weeks. A j=
s strong Faculty. Central location. |l
H Board reasonable. For circular, §§
Yoakum, Texas. 1
| St. Joseph’s Academy j
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5^ Lessons on Violin, Mandolin and Guitar will be given at
St. Joseph’s Academy every Thursday, Friday and Satur- £3
day at 25c per lesson beginning February 1st. 1906.
We have ju-t given the sole agency of the world’s
renowned PAUL JONES WHISKEY to Taylor &
McGee of Yoakum. We have a contract, with the n
that assure# iou of positively no adult rating. T:u -.-e
goods are shipped direct to our agents and we posi-
tively guarantee you au absolutely pure 10 YEAR
old whiskey sold on the market for over 75 y are.
Your grand fathers know of Paul Jones* whi-key. We
cater to the trade users of liquors for medical pur-
pose. Families wanting a liquor tor medical pui*
poses will please reaiember Paul Jones ryo h is been
endorsed by physicians throughout the world for its
absolute purity and age. Remember TAYLOR &
McGEE have our agency ft r Yoakum and are th'*
only ones here that handle eame.
THE DISTILLER. LOUISVILLE, KY.
Wednesday afternoon last, Mrs
W. L. Johnston threw wide open
the doors of her hospitable home
to greet the members of the Euchre
Club. This being the first meet-
ing in a long while, it was looked
forward to with much pleasure by
the members, and they were not
disappointed; many roses and pot
ted plants added much to the dec
orations in this eczy little home.
After s xteen fascinating games
had been played, souvenirs were
awarded the fortunate contestants.
The first prize, a cut glass bottle
filled with perfume, was the tronln
of Mrs. E. P. Johnson. Mrs.
Wilbur Green received the loin
hand prize, a pretty olive dish.
To Mr3. Will Berger as guest, was
presented a beautiful white fan,
Mra. Hauipus Roos, whom good
fortune deserted carried away tin.
Nut salad and sandwiches and
delicious ice cream and cake were
served by the charming hostess,
after which her uuests reluctantly
departed, all declaring that they
had spent a most delightful after-
Owing to the continued bad
weather, the picnic to have taken
place yesterday, has been post-
The 42 Club will be reorganized
next week and continue their reg-
All indebted to the Yoakum Im-
provement Company, even if the
amount be only one dollar, mast
pay np in full on or before April
30th, as onr fiscal year ends on'
that date and my books must bal-
ance. I have favored yon by ex-
tending credit against my instruc-
tions, now favor me in return by
promptly paying np. —
No excuse will be accepted, but
the water or lights, or both, will be
cut off unless the amount due is
paid by the date mentioned.
J. W. Greer,
29 tf Sec’y and Gen’l Mgr.
Dr. Carlstedt’s German Liver Powdei
is a wonderful remedy, a prescripts
used for over fifty years by an eminent
German physician in his practice both
in Europe and this country and sold by
thousands of druggists all over the
world. So mildly natural are the effets
of this remedy that all Kidney and Livei
troubles give way to perfect health. It
cures the worst cases and many have
been cured who had tried every knowr.
Symptoms of Liver Complaint: Dys
pepsia, indigestion, rheumatism, gout,
skin eruptions, sallowness, constipation,
dizziness, vertigo, headache, piles, pain
in the back, melancholy, bad breath,
furry tongue, horrid taste, unpleasant
dreams, insomnia, undue sleepiness,
nausea, flatulence, swelling of the abdo-
men, colicky condition of the bo\vel3,
pain and soreness in the stomach, liver
spots on the skin, loss of memory, im-
paired vitality, dire forebodings, lack
of energy, indicision, crankiness, blood
poisoning, nervousness, falling hair—
oh, there are lot3 of them and each one
emphasizes the importance of having
Dr. Carlstcdt’3 German Liver Powder
constantly within rc-acTi. It is the
thing at the right time, sure and cer-
tain in effect, pleasant and perfect in ac-
For your own sake, don’t neglect any
of the symptoms of liver disorder or the
complaint will become chronic and the
ultimate, after untold sufferings, L
Gan tell yon all about Dr. Carlstedt’s
German Liver Powder; it has cured
many of their customers who ore recom-
mending it to their friends.
Better than testimonials is the guar-
antee under which Dr. Carlstedt’a Ger-
man Liver Powder is sold. If it does
not relieve and cure you it will cost yon
nothing, so go at once and procure the
femedy and take along this guarantee.
Dr. W. S. Sbeley.
Crown and Bridge work a specialty
All Work Guaranteed.
Office upstairs Sheley building,
Wide Side Square. Halletsville.
Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable,
painful, weakening, female complaints, will find that
Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for all
their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, inflamed
tissues, purifying the blood/throwing off the clogging
matter and relieving female disorders such as- irregular,
scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc.
Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness,
cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc.
If you need advice, write us a letter, telling us all
your symptoms. We will send free advice (in plain
sealed envelope). Address: Ladies’ Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES
The amount of $37.50 was raised
by public subscription Friday for
the Ban Francisco sufferers, and
immediately wired to the Red
Cross Society of that stricken city
by Mr. Ed. B. Carruth. Fol-
lowing are the names of the donors,
with the amount paid by each:
J. Lyons................$ 2.50
V. W. Lyons............. 1-00
Ed. B. Carruth..^......... 2.50
J. H. Weymouth.......... 1.00
Kaiser & Koeton.......... 50
C. and R. Neumaun....... I.0C
J. T. McQuillan.......... 50
W. H. Opet............ 2.50
R. A. Morgan............ 1. GO
E. P. Johnson..*.......... 1 CO
Phil Howerton............. 50
Kaiser Yrazel.......... 5(
Roos Bros................ 2 5(
R. C. Flick............ 1.C0
J. B. Harris.............. 1.(0
J. H. Cunningham........ l.Ot
H. C. Koch A Co......... 1.00
Alex. Boyd............... 5(
F. D, Hendersou......... 1.G0
J. A. Menke.............. -50
Gua Theile............... 50
Juo. M. Green............ l.Ot
E. Herder................ 5C
Miss Ree Shropshire...... 1.00
J. E. Lander............. 1.00
Thomas Smoot............ 50
H. A. Liudenberg......... 5!
E. C. Koerth............. 2.50
The J. A. Graves Co...... 2.50
W. F. Adams............. 1 00
Haller Brothers........... 2.5f
^ IN COUNTY COUKT.
**I WROTE YOU
for advice, and by following it and
taking Cardui, my Female Troubles
were cured.”—Mrs. R. S. Wallace.
Lavaca, Ala. J12
Following is part of the grist ot
county court for this week:
Iu the case of W. Shropshire vs.
C. A. Clark and sureties, Plaintiff
obtained judgment for §474.10.
with interest and costs of suits.
Iu the condemnation suit fyr
right-of-way brought by the G. U
<& B. A. Ry. Co. agaiust Calvin
Edwards, defendant makes deed
to the company and plaintiff pais
costs of suit.
In the case of Wiley L. Foryisby
va. Wm. Goebel, defppdautarna-
tion for new trial was today over-
ruled . Defendant excepted to ru*
iug of court and gave notice of ap-
peal and was granted twenty days
in which to file a statement of
Report of G. P. Box, county
clerk, of money collected by him
for use of the county since report
of January 10, examined and ap-
proved by the court; also account
of county clerk for keeping county
A Beautiful Wedding at the Home of
the Bride’s Parents Sunday
Sunday evening at 7:30 o’clock
at the home of i he Lrida’s parents,
Mr. and Mra. O. (J>en, Mr. J.
R. Wilson and their eldest daugh-
ter, Mi<s Minnie, were united in
marriage by Rev. E. B Atwood
of the Biptbt church. A large
number *»f relatives ind friends
were present to Wilncss the beau-
tiful marriage ceremony of the
Baptist church, and to congratu-
late the_ ypufitr couple nud wj»fr
th* m b*>.i vovage oil. me matri-
Mr. Wilson L well and favora-
bly known, hs bsiug a faithful
employe »*f liii Bip al thu point
•|>* switchtnan. Thu bride i<one
• _ • _ _ .s * ••
jt Yoakum’s faired' •thiughtejo|
iml is beloved bv uli;for her kind
tml :loving 'disposition and her
Chri-tam character. t- 'i
Tiio • young couple are n^w
oozily domiciled in a pretty eot-
• age near the pass mger . depot,
arhe.ro they w i 1L be ‘ ’ it home’r to
all theirfrientls. The Times ex-
tends congratulations to' the
happy couple and wishes „fgr
them a plea-ant sail o’er tbe
waters of the m:\trimoriai seat
* _______^___________— * i *-
FREIGHT WJiECK. ‘ ”'. ***
A seaious wreck occurred Batur-
day afternoon on the Sap near
Beeville, caused by a freight’ train
breaking iu two and running to-
gether again. Conductor Harr
and Brakem in Rose were severely
brusied and Brakeuian Overbay
injured enough to be sent to the
hospital. Brakemaii Perry Davis
was near the head end of the train
and succeeded in getting off be-
fore the two portions got together.
The Times is pleased to note that
Brakemen Rose and (Iverbay and
Conductor llarr are all doing as
well as can be expected, of which
their many friends will be glad' to
learn. -•> •
Mra. J. W. Baker is * visiting
ielatives and friends in Lockhart.
U need a (linger. Wafers. Get
them at C. O. Henderson <fc Bros.,
10c per package. 24tf
Mr6 L. Lyons aud daughter,
Mrs. A. R. Mayer, left Sunday for
ti brief visit to relatives and friends
iu New Orleans. •
. Fresh bologna sl usage at G. C.
Henderson & Bros. 24l.£
Adolph Bchugart returned Mon-
day morning from Victoria, where
he lmd beeu ou the sad mission of
attending the funeral of his grand-
Miss Sadie Davidson and Mr.
‘‘Ciiff” Milligan of Houston spent
Sunday in Yoakum, the guests of
Miss Mary Grace Partin who is
visiting in the city, the guest of
Mrs. Biui Vick.
Superintendent J. W. Greer . in-
forms The Times scribe that he
has had the reservoir at the water
plant thoroughly cleaned out aud
from cow on all consumers of the
city water may be certain that it is
pure aud clean. Thanks, Mr.
Greer, for the same.
The farmers of Texas are now
engaged in putting in the greatest
acreage of cotton ever known in
the history of tlio state, and if the
seasons hit right you may expect
the biggest cotton crop the world
ever s a w. — Anderson County
The Graves Co. crowded their
store this alu-rnoou with old and
vouug, especially the latter, on his
jay bin! propcsitien and they were
novel, attractive little things* too.
The old bird, which proved to bea
full grown Jive guiuea, was .turned
loose at 5 o'clock this afternoon
and captured b^ Leo Leinhardt.—
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EE Wm. T. E1CHHOLZ, Secretary and Business Manager. -
A. K. Jones, tbe real* estate
man, ha9 a new ad. in this issue.
Mra. F. W. Arlitt has returned
from a visit to San Antonio.
Prof. Edgar Bailey returned
Sunday from a visit to San Anto-
W. J. Carnes, the tombstone man
of Halletsville, was here Monday
Mra. Margaret McFadden- of
Victoria arrived in the city Mon-
I &tagome8ryhe ^
Yoakum Citizen-* Gladly Testify
And Confidently Recommend
Doan’s* Kidney Pills,
It is testimony like the follow-
ing that ha* placed “the old
Quaker Remedy'’ so far above
competitors. When people right
here at home raise their voice in
praise there is no room left fpr
loubt. Read the public state-
mentofa Yoakum citizen: -
L. B. Mason, farmer, living
thirteen miles from Yoakum,
Texas, on the Moulton Road,
says: “It is now about six months
since Doan’s Kidney Pills, which
I procured from the Palace Drug
Store id Yoakum, cured me ..of
the kidney complaint which had
clung to me for years anjd was
often so severe that it was * im-
possible forjme to straighten up
tGrtny'full height owing1 io the
>eeribl«;'pain acroes the small of
Different remedies' I
me any relief
Read the new ad of Sa’
Shorthand School which ap
in this issne.
;dngrtb*U' Believed me m forty-eight
makes floors and furniture look
12 tf Palace Drug Store.
Our Fountain dispenses any
temperate drink your heart desires
5tf , Weymouth Drug Co
Candidate cards printed at Thb
Miss Olga Franks le/t. ^aAurtiay"
for Sweet Home to spend Sanda’y’
with her parents. '
Sam Lewis of Houston returned
home yesterday after a brief visit
in the city among his friends.
Special attention is directed to
the new ad. ot The J. A. Graves
Co. which appears in this issue.
*- 1 un4 1 never knew of; a
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