Semi-weekly Hallettsville Herald (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, July 8, 1927 Page: 4 of 6
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LAVACA COUNTY TICK [and son Jim, Misses Annie Su-j Frances Brown chatted a Mrs. Laura Martin of Yoa-
ERADICATION REPORT|pak, Mrs. Mary Kasmer and |that push fiddle? jkum visited her daughter Mrs.
- | Joe Kalisek. while with Lizzie Tolleson Sa-; Victor Spear this week.
During the month of June] Miss Marie Klekar came in turday eve. j ,
the inspectors in Lavaca Coun-jSunday to spend a few days! Say E. Q. and H. F. of Vse-1 ;J; .• ;• / waf a
ty dipped and inspected 5959 with homefolks. | tin how did you get over the!ness.A lsltor 111 Houston
herds of cattle comprising a Mrs. Frank Grate visited > dance at Quitta’s hope O. K. ’ " ee *
total of 64115 head. 216 addi- Mrs. Bertha Grate Monday. like myself. I }jrs. Willis C. Terry return-
Those that visited Sunday Some of you writers guess-|eci to Yoakum after a visit to
at the home of Joe Kuhn were led us wrong. We will give her Barents AT r \v
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rohan, j you all a hint as to who wejB. (LXealV ‘ “
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schindler j are We are 13-2, 2-2, and 18-j
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 7. These are our initials in the j Misses Marie Grothues,
when tick eradication was re-1 Paul Schulte and sons, Messrs; alphabet. I Henrietta Westerhoff returned
sumed in the county to July l. John and Emil Matus and Miss Will leave space for better j to ban Antonio Wednesday ai-
Wre hflvp not found verv Angeiine Dolezal of Shiner, j writers as we have no more ter a visit to Mrs. Kathrine
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schulte | news ju our news box. We are j Meiners and daughter Miss
and family spent Saturday!-is B 4 ; Evelyn. They were accompa-
of Paul | Three Jolly Flappers I nied home by Miss Evelyn for
tional herds were found infes-
ted with fever ticks during the
month. This makes a total of
898 herds found ticky in Lava-
ca County from April 1st
many ticks past two weeks.
We think that we have now
located nearly all of the exist-
ing fever tick infestation in
this countv However it mav
ing fever tick infestation in;
this county However it may j
be fully expected that some I
more of those herds which had!
been found tick free hereto-j
fore, will show up ticky a lit-
tle later But we are not ex-
pecting to find so very many
According to state law, all
cattle, horses, mules and asses
ranging on premises where the
fever tick infection is known
to exist, are subject to regular
dipping for nine months after
the last fever ticks are found
the stock. Gentl work
night at the home
Greetings to all
Greetings to all
NOTjCE OF APPLICATION !
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR PROBATE OF WILL
OLD SWEET HOME
, AT l*Q P A A nnolt ;
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Appelt
j and Mrs. C-has Kunze and son
were in Wackier the first of
I the week ;
stock which is worked regu-
larly is exempted from the
dipping requirement, provided
no fever ticks are found on
them, no fever ticks are found
on them. They should be bro-
ught to the dipping vats for
the purpose of inspection with
It has been decided that af-
ter their next dipping in July
those cattle which had been
dipped on the 28 day schedule
during the past two months
and which had not been
found to be tick infested, to
allow them to rest for 56 days.
This period of time involves
the hottest part of the summer
and the busy cotton picking
season. After that time we
would like for these cattle to
be brought back to the dip-
ping vats for further inspec-
tion, on the 28 day schedule,
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Con-
1 will dot down a few lines!stable of Lavaca County ; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Miller vi-
to the dear old Herald. Hope j Greeting: ^ j sited their daughter Miss Sel-
this will find everyone well YOU ARE HEREBY COM-jma in San Marcos Monday,
and happy. | MANDED to cause the loH , r . j ^ j F Q d :
Those that spent Sunday j lowing notice^ be|of San Anto'nio*ai-l-ived^Thure-1
day bringing with them Mes-i
dames Louis Gold and II. P. i
Sommers and children who!
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. in a newspaper of general cir-
J. J. Mozisek and daughters
were Mr and Mrs. Louie Po-
lansky and daughter Virginia
and mother Mrs. Frances Pa-
lansky and Miss. Clara Mozi-
Mr. John and Frank Mozi-
sek were seen going to Yoa-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raska
spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe L. Machicek, son and
Mr. Victor and Willie Sciba
spent a while Monday after-
noon with Mr. J. M. Mozisek.
Mr. Frank Mozisek spent
dilation which has been con-
tinuously and regularly pub-
lished for a period of not less
than one year preceding the
date of the notice in the Coun-
ty of Lavaca State of Texas,
and you shall cause said no-
tice to be printed at least once
each week for the period of
ten days exclusive of the first
day of publication before the
return day hereof:
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR PROBATE OF
visited there for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roth-
smidt of San Antonio visited
relatives here the first of the!
week. They were accompa-
nied home by Mrs. Chas;
Kunze and son on a visit.
F. C. Renfro of the Confe-
derate Home at Austin is vi-
siting the Flournoy family j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To all Persons interested inland baby spent the week end j
Wednesday afternoon with Mr;the Estate of Mrs. Margarete with relatives in our city.
Victor Sciba and sisters. Hillje, deceased. Arthur Klatt ,r. TT / . I
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mozisek has filed in the County Court! Ollie I arvey or Austin,
and daughters, Mr. and • Mrs. j of Lavaca County, an applica-l®Pent "eev end " dl ‘e a*
J. M. Mozisek spent Tuesday j tion for the probate of the;1lves here.
eve with Mr. and Mrs. Joe KujLast Will and Testament of I Florence Foster is a new
tach and family. j Mrs. Margarete Hillje, deceas- readtjr of the Herald since our
Will leave space for other cd. and for letters testament-! last ifesuc.
writers. , arv thereunder, which will be] ,r ,T r, , ,
Blue Eyes heard at the next Term of! , “*•,<>• JL ;ood%ai d dfl T
--- said Court, commencing theTnrt J1,nn,e Ray of Kenedj
We wish to thank the peo-
ple of Lavaca County for their
good cooperation in this work.
First Monday in September I visitfd relatives and friends,
-- A. D. 1927, same being Sep- lele and a*- Sc.alien ting ttis.
Here comes Two Moulton j tember 5 1927. at the Court |Avee~*
we wish to make two, or three) Guys to join the happy band.1 House thereof, in the City of | Misses Albina Matula. An-
inspections of them in the fall Say E. L. and E. M. how j Hallettsville, Texas at which |nie Kopecky and Helen Jaluf-j
of the year. was Rocky Site Sunday? Hope! time all persons interested in, ka are visiting in San Antonio
you all had some good times, said Estate may appear and | this week. Miss Helen will visit
Say A. B. Bragger and K.R.; contest said application should jin Corpus Christi before re- j
Road Builder, you sure did fix; they desire to do so. j turning home.
We fully appreciate the trou-tup the roads to Henkhaus Sa- HEREIN FAIL NOT, but
b’e that they are put to in dip j turday nite. Devil you ought have you then and there be-! Our new industry in Hallet-i
ping the cattle. But they have [to have seen them they clean- fore said Court this Writ, with j svilie, THE MILLARD MONU-
done it with few exceptions j ed the road all the way they your return thereon endorsed, j MENT WORKS is staring off;
without grumbling about it. It I went. (Theres’ still time to see; showing how you have execu-jwith a BANG,
appears that when fever ticks; it Ed) ted the same. j Mr. Millard contracted to
are found on cattle the people; The dance at Rocky Site Given under my hand and;furnish a large granite double
are quite willing to dip them I Sunday was attended by a the seal of said Court June 301 monument for C. W. Boyle,1
and eradicate the ticks. So far large crowd. A. D. 1927 j formerly of Hallettsville but ;
only one owner of ticky cattle Say, Dewberry Pie, you bet-j J. F .Bozka who is now located at Crystal,
had flatly refused to dip in!fer come oftener as your news County Clerk Court | City Texas,
this county. A complaint had |are interesting. i Lavaca County Texas ; This memorial will be erect-
been filed against him with
the County Attorney and his
case is to come up at the next
term of court Such refusal to
comply with this law is pu-
nishable by a fine of not less
than $25, and each and every
such refusal, of failure, to dip
constitutes a separate offense.
R. F. Krenek
, Supervising Inspector.
, Say, Rosemarie of Wallis
come oftener with your newsy
letters, as we all love to read
We are sorry to learn the
death of Mr. John Sitka who
died Saturday at noon. He was
buried at St. Mary’s Cemetery
Monday morning, at 9 o’clock
with Requiem Mass.
Mr. Adolph Matula spent
Sunday with Albina Kainer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Konvic-
ka and daughter Annie, Mr.
and Mrs. Christen Hemmi, and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Konvicka Jr., Mr. Mrs. I. C.
Matejek1 and Mr. Fojt of Bila
Hora spent the past week Tue
sday nite at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jaro Matejek, it be-
ing Jaros’ birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zapalac
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Zapalac and daughter of
Oakland spent Sunday with
relatives here north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hajek and
children of Moravia visited
Sunday with her mother Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kon-
vicka spoilt Saturday night
with Mr. and Mi's. Albert Kle
ed in the Salem cemetery.
He also contracted with J.
O. U. Romeo of Oak Grove
guess you to be I. S. Blow COMES TO FUNERAL
your horn it I am correct.! FINDS CORPSE ALIVEjc. Hunt of south of Ezzell for
you better come oftener I j
How did you like Saturday;
• i i n rr o ! n i i _ i n. ..4...
Mr. and Mrs. Warren
three marble monuments to be
n( , . .°* erected in the HARLESS cem-
nite at Henkhaus with C. Z.? Garwood drove to this city
Miss Julia Roznovsky was Monday to be present at the
operated for appendicitis o-
ver a month ago and is still at
the Wagners’ Hospital. Wish
her a speedy recovery.
So Ed, I guess I’ll stop now
for I see you looking crosseyed
at me. (No it’s all right Ed)
Two Moulton Guys
HALLETTSVILLE ROUTE 7
funeral of Mr. Warren’s bro-
ther, Mr. Otto Warren, who
was injured by being hit in the
head with a rock and is now
in a serious condition with a
fracture of the skull.
Upon arriving here they
found that their brother was
not yet ready for the last sad
rites, but on the contrary was
doing very well and has fine
chance for recovery.
The news of his death had
reached them through the
channel of verbal reports as
It is needless to say that the
Here comes Three Jolly
Flappers for the second time.
The dance at Mr. and Mrs.
John Vasek’s Saturday nite
was well attended Say two | ^^“we^ple^ntlV'su^
Jolly Flappers how did you, d t finding their bro-
enjoy yourselves. Did you all P , „ and on the road
Judd «o recovery. Colorado Ci«-
home Sunday eve were Misses
Bertha Brown, brothers Man-j
uel and Clarence, Lizzie ToI-|
leson Gustie Filla and brother!
Joe Gus and Alfred. The time!
was spent in eating waterme-
lons. Ask Bertha how many!
seeds did she swallow.
Messrs Hugo and Louis j
Tesch and Maxie Quitta were;
guests at the Tollosor. home;
Saturday nite !
Messrs Loyed Brown, John-:
nie McKey, Koyn Rickmon and j
Lawrence Brown were callers i
at the John Woytek home Sun j
Another contract from A.
Harless for two marble monu-
ments which will also be erect
ed in the HARLESS cemetery.
HIS MOTTO—Give the peo-
ple better than they expect
will no doubt spell success.
Mr. Millard states that he
has a number of good pros-i
pects for future erection.
We say, “More power to a;
His location will be ajoining!
Timm’s Filling Station on the,
Miss Hattie Menking left;
for Beeville to visit relatives, j
Mrs. M. I. Bozka and daugh-l
ter Katheryne of Shiner and I
Angeiine Kopecky are visiting
in San Antonio this week.
Miss Ethel Johnson left Mon I
day after a visit to her mother;
Mrs. F. M. Johnson and other
relatives and friends.
H Werner of Houston arri-j
j ved Monday to visit his
|Gus and other relatives
W. E. PARR
Office over First State BanK
Practice in all courts.
— 6% Loans on Farms —
--1 Mrs. \\ allace Holder and
Mirrors resilvereu. Inquire j baby left for Corpus Christi
at furniture store of S. M. j after a visit to her parents Mr.
Kuykendall. and Mrs. A. \. C. Moore.
Report of the condition of the
First National Bank
In the State of Texas, at the close of business
June 30, 1927.
Loans and discounts ............
Total loans...................................--.i. 390>S3:C,2
Overdrafts, unsecured...................j........... (iS-L-tln
! . S. bunds deposited to securie
ciri-uhition (par value).........UOd^OO.OO
All other f. S.Goveruinet securities lo.jO.OO
Total r. S. Govrenmeiit securities!.. . ...... 0 1.55').oo
Other bonds, stocks. Securities, etc. .|...... a,7iit*;Sp
Value of banking house §S,72ti.87i; furniu
ure and fixtures §2,551.5:!...... ............ 11.274 do
Leal estate owned other thou banking
house.................................... ............ ]7,7pOjojo
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 2'»,43si JiG
Gasli in vault and amount due fnjm na-
tional banks.......................... ..... 07,38 liop
Net amounts due from banks and balikerf
and trust companies others than above 428,84
Checks on other banks in same city or
town as reporting bank............f........... 321.6©
Total items 0 10,11,12, 13 § 08,132,02
Checks and drafts on bank's 'including Fo-
floral Rpsprvp Rank 1 lrwnfrwl mitviile nt
Total items 0 10,11,12,13.? qS,132.0J2
Checks and drafts on banks 'including Fe-
deral Reserve Bank > located outrides of ci-
ty or town of reporting bank 7f68.Bf»
Miscellaneous cash items............... 11.ON 780.63
Redemption fund with 17. S. Treasurer
. ? OO.OOQ.lfo
and due from U. 8. Treasurer.
Caidtal stock paid in................ I..........
(7ndiv!ded profits................. 20.511 64
Less cjirrent expense paid ..... 26.511,64
Circulating notes outstanding....7......
Amounts due to national banks.
Amount due to State banks, bnnkt rsnnd
trust companies in l/nited States and for-
eign countries (other than included in |-
tems 2 1 or 25................................
( ashier's checks outstanding.,.....
Total items 22. 25 24 25, 26, §50,77.7.46
Individual deposits subject to cheek......... 2(*9.‘.*78.11
State, county, or other municipal deposits”
secured by pledge of assets this bank or
surety bond....................................; 2,003 02
Dividends unpaid ................. .....'....... 1*920 00
Total demand deposits [other than bank
deposits] subject to Reserve §213,901.73
Certificates of deposit [other than fo*
mone.v borrowed ] ................................ 170.059,44
Total of tune deposits subject to Re-
serve, item935, 30, 57. 38...§170,0$9,44
lotal •••• ;.....................................f 581,243.17
Ihe Staik of 1 i:xa8, J I, J.H. Simpson, cashier Af
( ounty o, Lavaca, j the above named bank, do
solemidy swear that the above statement is true to
the oest of my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of
ii iiiy • i d« i,
, 4 hf:ai. > E. G. Peterson. N, P. L. C'., Teias
ARTHUR KLATT )
S. H. Simpson* ' D'rectors
BRUNO COHN, J
Sometimes you wonder
why Women are Nervous!
It is a scientific fact that predominating
wall colors react on the nervous system.
Some distract and irritate. Others are
dng tones ____________
•ovides a beautiful neutral background, always mon
tvorable to the room and its settings.
For all walls and ceilings there is a special Acme Quail
Lty product. Come to this Acme Quality Paint cm3
Varnish Service Station and discuss wim us any indoor
or outdoor painting problem.
STRAUSS-TIMM HARDWARE CO.
PEST: The Farmer has to fight continually against
all sorts of insect pests.
The merchant is always in hot water because of bad
We bankers have to look out, all the time against
the OVERDRAFT pest.
If we permit an overdraft, we are loaning the money
ef our customers, who always watch their bank balance
and never overdraw their accounts.
It would be funny, if it were not wrong, to see how'
many people lose sight of their bank balance and seem
to think their bank is obliged to pay ANY check they
draw on it.
Those who overdraw their bank account, have only
themselves to blame, if their checks are turned back be-
cause of “Insufficient Funds.”
The First State Bank
their sister Mrs. Hr. 1:2 Yasek
Saturday eve. They also in-
tended the dance at John Va-
sek’s. They a er>* accompanied
kar and enjoyed making and! home by Sam Judd ami Bil-
eating ice cream. |iie Powers
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henkel The dano a: Mr. Rudolph
had been seen on the Breslau Quitta's last Sunday nite was
or have sonTeone visiting youjnrauijig on the Fourth.
Misses Agnes: and JiA’a Mar; let j$pur local paper know
tisek were pleasant callers at about it, Hallettsville
Mr. and Mrs. Collie Buss
and daughter of California vi- siting
Elwvn Braunig and Hubert^]ere Sunday
• j Braunig and family of Beau-
TELL U.5 THE NEWS
If you are going somewhere j moHt visited at the home of H.iers of
end we wi1! do
Mr. and Mrs. -J. E. Lay and
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stan- x*Hded in San Antonio Sunday.
Virginia Simpson is 1
n W aco this week
st Neuhaus and
Aschbacher are visiting
in Houston this week.
and Mrs. Roger Brown
road Sunday eve.
is prescription for
Woytek : Cokls. Grippe, Flu. Dengue, j *
w el 1 att.e n d e d. J 0e
T'Lose that spent Sunday at furnished the music. Say Whi- Bilious Fever and Malaria
Je’ 1 Haba were Mart is Corny sparing Pines how did you like It kills the germs,
f Goose Creek spent the 7 * , ; A c
M< iC ,l lx u e‘ j Houston visited here the first . Mary
Mr. and Mrs. (/hark* llohm- of the week. | Appelt and daughter Miss Ma-
le ey of Houston visited her pa- ... , > ai . Mrs. L^on K^ianek vi-
ren*s Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schul-! . rS* A'bert Appelt andjSited in Austin Sunday and
*•> thik week * ' j childreni visited in Oakland Monday.
this week. : -w , f I
Adolph Fojt returned from v „ LJ Mrs.; Jod Meiners
. .. * r>„. ..1_______ ......1 .. Jlesdames E. Houehms, Al- of ( orpus Christi arrived Sun-
v ^ ‘ ’ bert IMJhir and children visit- day to visit relati\*es Joe left
e ss Emma Scdlacek leH ed at the iiome 01 Paid Miller* l uwday.- Mrs. Meiners remain
tor Eagle Lake Saturday
ai Sublime Sunday
• ed for a longer visit.
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Strauss, Mrs. Leo. Semi-weekly Hallettsville Herald (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, July 8, 1927, newspaper, July 8, 1927; Hallettsville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth759894/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.