The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1907 Page: 3 of 4
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Mrs. Dcbord Found.
District Court Jurors.
Birth and Death Record.
Ci unt / Court ■
Farmers Union Notes.
.8$ to lOicj
The Farmers’ Union of Gonzales section house could lie extended to
Mrs. Lucre!ia Debord and her At spring term 1007 of the District | BIRTHS. PROBATE POMtKT. Cotton.....
daughter, Ada, whom their relatives Uoart of Lavaca County the following | peh. 28—Girl to Ed. Warlike Agnes Guilin will probated on Cotton seed
oid<-r, made November l2th l906, y,'11 jand wife, Moulton. testimony of I. J. Gallia. Win. I Gulls .............••• *U-r>0 1 county has decided to treble the the warehouse at nominal cost to
Feb. 19—Boy to John Fishbeck Gallia appointed executor without ^ *n S*1U< ^.........[present cupacity of the warehouse. ’ be born equally by the warehouse
at Montezuma, Mexico, where the | will lu> summoned to appear at two | ®nd wife, Moulton. bond. Chas. J luc*;k, Joseph \ anek !contitry butter.
Feb. 17—Hoy to Henry Sausel and Florian Novosad appointeil up-: *•
here have been trying hard to lo- ] ^ obwirved: Itia (mkred that at the
cute, have been found. 1 bey are' spring term Al) 1907 the Grand Jury
daughter is married to a railway
man and the mother is staying with
them. A telegram was received
from them Tuesday morning by R.
1). Zumwalt asking for further par-
ticulars as to to the death of their
son and brother, Charles Debord.
The telegram was evidently iu
answer to a letter which Mr. Zum-
walt had directed to their last
known address, Del Rio, Tex.,
from where it must have been for-
warded to Montezuma. It was at
once answered by letter, all the de-
tails known being given.
As has previously been stated in
these columns, Mrs Debord ami her
daughter are the heirs to an estate
consisting mainly of mining proper-
several months ago. All conci
formerly resided here and
many relatives in this county.
amount of 8500 from (he fe<
government if she will only i
application for it and has written
her to that effect. Her deceased
husband, Captain Rube Debord,
was a member of Captain Hei
Mounted U. S. Rangers organized
herein the early fifties for service
against the Indians, and for the
past five years the government has
been paying pensions to all surviv-
ors, or their widows, of federal
■ranger troops who fought Indians
previous to the civil war. F. W.
Neuhaus, of this city, C. H. Floyd
Cullen Mims and J. H. Debord of
Ezzell, (the latter a brother of
Rube Debord), and probably oth-
ers were also members of Henry’s
ranger company. All are drawing
pensions except Mims, who stead-
fastly refuses to make application
for one, though he could use it to
o’clock on the ttffcernoon of the first ilay
of the term (March INth 1907.) The
first week will be devoted to the trial of
civil cases on the Non Jury Docket, and
the second week to the trial of the cast’s
on the Jury Civil. The Criminal Docket
will be called at nine o’clock A M on Mon-
day of the third week, and the call will l>e
continued until that Docket is disposed
of. No contested civil case will be taken
up after the second week.
Following are the juries for the term:
D G McManus, Hope J E Jalufka, Moravia
Joe Christen. Hr, Moravia T U Peterson, H'ville
I> W Doss, Ezzell Flunk liucek, Moulton
8 G Tarklugton, H’vllle T Y Hill, H’ville
A G Farrington, Yoakum C H Mato, Sr, Shiner
J KloppeiiburK, Sublime J K Arnold, Seclusion
J A Pronely, 8 Home John I’ouder, H’lierry
T J Brown, (Breslau) F Matula, Sr, 8 Home
10 to 121c I
. . 1 L'C |
and wife, near Henkhaus. : praisers.
Feb. 20 Hoy to Louis Luos J. H. Hishop'estate; R. R. Thrift
and wife, Moulton. I administrator, application to sell
Mar. 3 -Girl to Dr. J. G. Guen- personal property in order to satisfy j ; yisD p u ,t
ther and wife, Moulton. [ mortgage and other claims, grant-1 rl urkeys..
Mar. -t—Girl to Wilson lied and
wife, col Halieitaville.
* * company aid the railway, which
, The next meeting M Hie Uvm' >>ruPoaitio" "Ul ** “<c 'I1'"1 ,hl'
• ,•VV°,^ClconntyKnrme™ Union will occur in commlttef- At Mr ltro"kV «<*-
..lOJlolUc 1Ia||(,ttsvi||c „„ s,lUml„v, April 0 f8t,on, the cominittee decided lo
.........1 ' : have tho platform m front of tho
It promises, in view of the ware-
. . 4 Or
..275 house agitation, to have an unus-
U to 7| uallv large attendance.
Win. v Rosonboru estate; Or
Feb. 26—Girl to Joe Kasper and (lt>re'1 1hat <'• -1- Kosenberg, guar-
wife, near Shiner.
Mar. 6 -Girl to August Grnh-
mann and wife, near Halleftsville.
Feb. 25—Boy to Jasper Migel
and wife, Novohrad.
Feb. 25—-Girl to W. II. Stric-
beck and wife, Shiner.
dian of Rosenberg minors pay over
to Mrs. M. Rosenberg, guardian of
persons of said minors, 8000 annu-
ally, beginning Oct. 1, 1900, for
their maintainance and support pro-
vided allowance does not exceed in-
come of said estate.
The death of Gerhard Mueller lx>
Worked like a Charm
lilr. I). N. Walker, editor of that
spicy journal, the Enterprise, Lou-
isa, Va., says: “I ran a nail in my
% foot last week and at once applied
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. No infla-
niation followed, the salve simply
healed the wound.” Heals every
sore, burn and skin d'sease. Guar-
anteed at Ledbetter & Hafer Drug-
0 A Borkoftiky
- 11 O Cummings
. J T Kasttirllnir
F K«»h«sf inn
H B Tuttlo
B A Butts
I Title McKay
[ Harvey Harrington
I J Vyvial Jr
Peter Mixeska Jr
Henry Dreyeif Jr
D It Breeden
K T Polk
W J Beasley
J K Miller
Floyd Ia g^ett
J M Ennis
PETIT .HTRY THIlih U'lTL'V.
S C Carnes
W II Grienschleld
L C Hamilton
W B Gregory
E II Moore
J C Blohm
J 8 Bordovsky
J It Partin
H H Striebeck
J M Reagan
PETIT JURY FOURTH WEEK
J A Blackburn
Dick Thomas >
C L Boethel
W T Bobbins
J W E Kelley
I D Morrow
Frame Brown J
C C Turk
A T Devall
A B McKinnon
li P Stephenson
Jno Ileruies Jr
C W Kuykendall
Jno F Hrncir 1
„ „ , _ „ .ring suggested to the court, Mrs.
Mar 3— Girl to Otto Meyer and j L,uLse Mliollei ia appointed guar-
wife, Shiner. dim of estate and ) e s m of Louis
Feb. 27—Girl to Chas. Kasper Schulz; bond fixed at $2750.
and wife, Shiner. ' criminal docket.
Feb. 24—Roy to Hy. Lanca and | Harry Brazil and Nannie Rlack-
wife, Shiner. J burn, adultery; dismissed.
Feb. 24—Girl to E. Blohm and j Fete Johnson, carrying pistol;
warehouse const lerably enlarged
facilitate tlie loading of
itton into the oar-.
School Trustee E etiioai.
ChHmbcrLtin’sUoRir.^hofcra A Meeting of the Sohulenburg:
mid Diarrhoea Reinc ly | district union will be had at Sehulen- j
Third remedy lias"been in use for1 hU* ^ in A'"A'>
over t«.rty ye»« a»d to proved j v.uchou.,. ,^nni,.....I M ‘he d vo m nf
itself to 1* the most successful , ' t tc uoginmng 01 each school distort shu I elect two
, . I next season. I he building is to l>c . , . • , .. . . .,
remedy vet. discovered for bowel , •, , . , . trustees foi said district. Follow-
capacity anxl cost about , u ,he ,ist of tru4eM whosc
complaints. It never fails,
by Led 1 letter A Hafer.
found guilty and fined 8100. Fines
against Witnesses Manuel and Nora
Springs and Ella Olay remitted.
Louis Raeder. theft; plead guilty
and fined 825 and 1 hour in jail.
Joe Jurac, unlawfully gathering
pecans; plead guilty and lined 85.
Frank Baby, aggravated assault;
plead guilty to simple assault and
A. W. Smith, theft; plead guilty
and fined $50 and 24 hours in jail.
■ Berse Johnson, carrying bowie
ivijfc , continued.
Frank Matula, aggravated as-
sault ; found guilty of assault and
years, heart failure, Moulton. j fined $15.
Feb. 26—Mrs. Joe Kasper, aged Sampson Dalton, concealing st<
. . . . . * lpn nrnnprfv • fniiml rruilftr nn
Mar. 4—Boy to Adolf Berger and
Mar. 8—Boy to August Tesch,
Jr., and wife, near Halleftsville.
Feb. 15-— Boy to Jai Vasek and
Feb. 21—Boy to John Polasek
and wife, Sweet Home.
Jan. 31—Girl to Bernhard Zeis-
lierg and wife, Moultoiq
Mar. 9—Boy to Louis Laake and
Feb. 20—Anton Stari, aged 02
years, shock and hemorrhage |
le to confinement,|near Shiner.
Feb. 28—Phylis Goats, colored,
aged 78 years, senility, Halleftsville.
Mar. 3—Juan Corales, Mexican,
ed 40 years, shot with pistol near
Mar. 7—Charles Cress, aged 58
ars, native Of Bohemia, la grippe,
Mar. 6-—T. Huff Miller, aged 57
Grover Byrn, an employe of Tin:
New Eua, will quit the printing
business after April 1 Bush How-
er,on, at present with the Herald,
will take his place. Grover is a
bright and industrious young man
and we are truly sorry to part with
E. Schwartz pays the highest
cash prices for your hides and
furs. Call on him.
R. A. Appelt sold his broom
factory outfit to a Cuero party this
week an 1 will discontinue his busi-
Full lire of fresh staple and
fancy groceries at Rigol’s
S. C. Black Minorcas.
Eggs, $1 per setting on account
of being some later in season. Also
a few choice cockerels for sale at a
bargain. Address Hauptmann’s
Poultry Yard, Sublime, Tex.
Just Watch It Grow.
Tho following persons are new
subscribers this week:
’ Jasper St ary (per Joe Eicher)
J. C. Rhode, R 4, Yoakum.
W. L. Autry, Couch.
Not being informed the Gazette
failed to note last week that Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Bucsing left on
Sunday night j March 3d, via Davy
Crockett, for a bridal trip which
will include Mexico, California and
the groom’s native land, Europe.
On their return they will make
their future home in Arizona. We
also failed to mention the bridal
presents, and lack . of space forbids
enumerating each one, but the
most, valuable was a gift of $10,000
presented by the bride’s mother,
* Mrs S. Me Murrey. May only peace
and happiness be their lot.- Sliiher
Carolina Oliver, a colored woman
who was adjudged insane last sum-
mer and has been at the poor farm
ever-ei-nce-, was taken to the asyluA
at Terrell, Tex., by Deputy Sheriff
Munson and Constable E. H.
Ed. Zumwalt returned this week
from a short stay in Timber, Tex.,
aid is again employed at Houchins’
I produce store.
Eggs Eggs Eggs
L. 1. Long, (Jlerk D. C.
Our Battleships out of Date.
From excellent authority it is learned
that the United States must build an en-
tirely new navy within the^iext six years.
The present fighting fleet must be put out
of commission and a new one substituted,
composed of up-to-datewarships, that is.
if we are to retain our position among the
world’s great powers. If you expect to
regain your health you must first see that
the stomach and digestive organs are
strengthened and properly fitted to do
their work, for it is through this source
that you receive your health and strength.
The famous ilostetter’s Stomach Hitters
is particually adapted for making weak
The News—No Pure Drug Cough
j is—and has been for
20 years. 'The National Law now
requires that it any poisons ‘ enter
Lavaca County, Tex. *into a cough mixture, it must be
printed on the label or package.
For this reason mothers, and oth-
ers, should insist on having Dr.
Shoop’s Cough Cure. No poison-
marks on Dr. Shoop’s labels—and
none in the medicine, else it must
by law be on tha label. And it’s
not only safe, but it is said to be
by those that know is best, a truly
remarkable cough remedy. Take
no chance, particularly with your
children. Insist on having Dr.
Shoop’s Cough Cure. Compare
carefully the Dr. Shoop package
with others and see. No poison
marks there ! You can always be
on the safe side b> demanding Dr.
Shoop’s Cough Cure. Simply re-
stomach, strong and also to euro poor j ^ to “I* any Other. Sold 1,y
appetite, belching, bloating, costivenesB. teaers-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kinsey left
Tuesday for their future home in
San Antonio, after spending a few
days with the family of Win. Ein-
kauf near town.
dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, fe-
male ills, chills, colds, grippe or malaria.
Don’t fail to try the Bitters ai once. It
is absolutely pure.
property ; found guilty and
given 10 days in jail.
Harry Lantla, selling liquor to']
minor ; continued.
Wes Johnson, ‘aggravated as-
sault ; Witness Bettie Bryan fined
$10 and attachment ordered.
Calvin Wilson, aggravated ra-
saiilt, found guilty and fined $25.
Hermann Grahmann ;i4££l A. BIu-
dau, disturbing religious worship ;
National bank of Shiner vs Jim
Valenta, suit on note for $403.75;
judgment by default.
F. S. Mason vs. W. L. Edmund-
son, suit for damages, $691.93;
pla’ntiff takes non-suit and pays
Chamberlain's Coui>h Rem
f edy is Both Agree-
able and Effective
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
has no superior for coughs, colds
and croup, and the fact, that it is
pleasant to take and contains noth-
ing in any way injurious has made
it a favorite with mothers. Mr. W.
S. Polham, a merchant of Kirks-
ville, Iowa, says: ‘For more than
twenty years Chamberlain’s (tough
Remedy has been my leading rein
edy for all throat troubles. It ie
especially successful in cases of
croup. Children like it and custo-
mers'who have used it will not take
any other.” For sale by Ledbet-
ter & Hafer.
lalr/aM Our n<*w 1907 catalog /**■■+
* MWy/ with 1Z3 Cucly iliu«-
tratud pages is now
ready nnil will bo \trut
freeyton request. !t fully*
describes the best serifs and
, t!an's far ilia Southern Grower,
High bred f
CottonSeed, Alfalfa Seed. Water-
melon Seed. Seed Corn. Roaee
and all kinds of plants for Houae and
Lawn art our specialties. Oldest »acd
house In Southwest, 34 years 0/success-
ful seed selling-. Write to Might for catalog.
| Robinson Seed & Plant Company.
,• X2£8Elm Street 3
1 Dallas, Texas.,
Dr. Scott Sheley returned Wed-
nesday from a fishing trip to the
Navidad. On the way down the
ancient sporting vehicle, borrowed
irom the joint owners, A. B. Devall
and E. H. Houchins, fell to pieces
like the ‘‘one-horse shay” of old.
Thereupon he and his colored Man
Friday scrambled on the backs of
the buggy horses, one of which,
much to Scott’s joy, did a bucking)
broncho stunt, and dumped its ebony
rider into the sand. Without furth-
er incident, however, they got to
the home of Mr. Runnels, who
readily agreed to haul them to the
happy fishing grounds. Scott made
the return trip in another borrowed
vehicle (Byrd Kelly’s) but this one
was better able to support his
Mr. and Mrs. Roliert Brown and
Mr?- Carrie McElroy, late of Hous
ton, left Wednesday for their fu-
ture home in San Antonio, alter
spending a few days with the home-
folks at Williamsburg Mr. Brown
has secured a job there as street
car motor man, wages for that kind
Barred Plymouth Rockajpf work being higher in San Anton-
Black Minorcas, Buff Leg-
horns, Brown Leghorns,
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
The Children’s Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
This rtnnody is famous for if* cures over
largo part of tho civilized world. It enn
bo depend od Upon. It coiituln* 1
> way ft
opium or other hiirmtul drug and inny be
given ua confidently to a baby a* to an adult
Price 25 cte; Larg-e Size, 60 eta.
Ledbetter & Hufer’s Drug Store
Superintendent Guenther is in re-
ceipt of a draft of a bill recently in-
troduced in the House i>y Itepresen- ,wilh » lif"lonS reputation
, , ‘ ' , honest and polite freatfi
tative bchlossham and reported la-
vorablv__by tho committee on edn-
cation. It recognizes the summer
normal as an integral part of the
state school system and provides
that not more than one normal for
whites and one normal for colored
now of1'the wonderful 'teachers shall be organized in each
Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to I
io than in Houston.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Rhode jfel&nd Rede, Pk Charles Fertech fell out of bed one
morning last week, dislocating it*
hip. The injury i» not serious,
cures made by Dr. senatorial district, the meeting
I .thegreat ^ Plflce to be designated by the state
[Uind bladder remedy, 'superintendent. In view of the
d bladder remedy. 1 superintendent.
m It Is the great medl- 1
o»I triumph of the nine- fact that as many as eighty nor-
teenth century; dis- maJs are held in the state each year-
covered after years of , . ,
scientific research by thereby causing much needless cx-
Dr. Kilmer, the eml- |>ense and a low grade of efficiency,
nent kidney and blad- Superintendent (luentl er along \ i h
wonderfully mumJS««■<* friends of fdnenlion sincerely
lame back,-kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- hope that the bill may Itceome a
bles and Bright s Disease, which is the worst law.
form of kidney trouble. |
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not reo-1 The election on the proposition
ommended for everything but If you have kid- whether the Hallettsvlle district
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found ]e jncorpc rated as anilide-
pendent a,-h,,,,. dial,in or'not was
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- heal yesteiday. Up to 3 o clock
I ilite treatment.
OKF1CKK8 :—FrUsncb Him peon, preei
Cohn, enabler. Dli ••.etore: Carey Shaw
Ferd Hillje. Frieneh Simpson, S. H.
Simpson and Louie Cofin.
HALLETTSVILLE, - - TEXAS
pi «V.UVrU, Mill Ol I £ « i • V. IVV pwi IW pul
chase relief ana has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have i.Jt already tried it, may have a
sample bottle tent free by mail, also a book
tailing more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reeding this generous
offer in (Ms paper end
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bing-
hamton, N. Y. The
Oamee. Eggs $1 per 15.
EASTS POULTRY YARD,
regular fifty cent end
alias are sold by aB good Iwglib
103 votes had been cast with indi-
cations that the proposition will
carry by a good majority.
Brad. Woodward, son of Grant
Woodward, of this city, who has
been at work in the street car shops
at Houston, is now in Han Antonio,
having secured a paying position as
street car motor man.
O. v. Rosen lie rg and Mrs. Win,
Rosenberg left Wednesday for Ln
1 ",4h* 'ii* Grange to attend the wedding
itagbawxon. If. Y-, oa iiiijp Isms ■ Hart*.
|t IN e fl I *14
Deader in meats of all
kinds, and of only one
quality : the best.
Delicious sausage and
barbecue at all hours.
Highest market prices
paid for hides. ,
President F. L. Chapman, of the
Williamsburg local was here Tues-
day asktd us to state lhat the local
had changed its meetiiig time from
the second and fourth Thursday to
tho second and fourth Saturdays at
8 o’clock. He reports that the-
membership is steadily increasing, j
being now 12, and that they expect- j
ed to be able to take out a charter
after tho next meeting.
* . *
It was unanimously agreed at
the meeting of the Farmers1 Un-
ion to build a warehouse in this
city to cost $5,000 and with the
capacity of 5,000 bales of cotton.
The house will be erected in the
“Y” just south of A. F. Lutt’s
residence. A committee has been
appointed to canvas Bee and Live
Oak counties in company with H.
F. Marr of Nacogdoches to receive
subscriptions for the enterprise.
Mr. Marr will make a talk to each
union over these counties in re-
gard to its benefits and other inter-
esting topics pertaining to the Un-
Farmers Union Meeting at Yoakum.
There will be an important
meeting held in Yoakum, Texas at
the opera house on Saturday after-
noon March ] ']() jp
which time we expect to decide de-
finitely upon erecting a Farmers
Union warehouse in Yoakum.
Every local interested should elect
delgeates to meet with the business
men of Yoakum.
J. S. Aiuhart,
State Organizer F. U.
J. M. Haller,
Pres. Commercial Club.
terms expire on tho first of May.
District 1. T. Y. Hill and H. J.
2 Ed Bucek, A Afflerbach
Aug Klaus, G Stratmann
() Spies, A Janacek
- Mertz and one vacancy.
Jos Schindler, C T Brown
Ernst Pagel and one vacancy
A Johnson, A Berkofsky
Jos Wasek, Frank Hrncir
A Foster, F. Rhode
Jos Appelt, Win Mertz
Emil Staffa, J A Willis
W E Rabb, Dr J JO Lay
R Becker, A Mladenka
M Pesek, J Cervenka
Chas Neturdus, Frank
Schroec'er, Joe Die-
Therc cannot be any dispute that
the warehouse system is one of the
principal stations on the road to,
prosperity for the farmer. Arkan-
sas had but few warehouses last
season but they were so successful
that the state will be dotted with
Farmers-’ Union warehouses this
year. At Alamo, a few weeks ago,
the manager of the Union warehouse
sold a block of 600 bales of cotton
at an average of 87 per bale ov-
er and above what cotton was sel-
ling for on the streets of that town
that day, a net saving of $4,200 to
the farmers. Andonlyafew days
later the sale of 900 bales was made
6’mpi I I if* Vi rolio il«> -ii rm -wlv-tm-p
of $5 per bale over the street
price.—Pretty -good--saving to-the
farmers, wasn’t it? Yet there are
some farmers who actually oppqpe
the Farmer’s Union. Get right,
gentlemen; get in line! Build
warehouses; systematize your busi-
ness, and get what, is coming to
you.- Scottsboro (Ark.) News.
* * *
Warehouse Committee Meets.
18 FL Dietrich Othold, Jos Krr.m
18 W, F' J Meyer, Jno Boedecker
19 W, Jno Huber, Toni Marcak
19 S, Chas Peter, Chas Ivrupnlla
J L Bishop, I) Williams
J C Kite and one vacancy
J P Fitch, F E Porche
Chas Miller, M Parr
J Fv Reagan, I) A Stockton
J Fv Roden and one vacancy
R L Berry, Lee Fitzhenry
J no Ffiiner and one vacancy
J B Clark, Geo. Mixon
29 W, W Schiller, F: L.Selph
29 8 T Teltschick 1 W Harvey
30 Jno Einkauf, L S Norrell
31 L Klimitscheck, Jno Roeder
32 E, Joe Klcihege, Adam Wen-
32 W, Paul Discher, Jacob Wel-
33 V Papacek Sr, D Fischbeck
34 Aug Krause, H F Mueller
35 Geo Wehmann, S J Porche
36 E, B McDonald, J D Moore
36 W, H Hairell, Joe Dedear
37 Wm. Vojtek, Martin Sralla
38 John Kloppenburg, A Blasch-
Leop Weidel, Fred Haas
Jos Vanek and one vacancy
H B Greivfe, Jno Zapalac
42 W, Jos Migl, FY. Broach
42 S, FVank Pohler, Jno Mla-
43 Wm Gerloff, Ad Langenberg
44 F A Worthing, R J Staffa
45 J I) Wallace, C Mahan
46 Henry Roth, P\ B. Rainosek
47 F J Fitch
48 J K Pearce, D G McManus
Colored trustees whose terms ex-
District 1—A Conway, D A Wil-
* • S*' ^
2 11U Cook. Henry Orange
4 Frank Coffey, A Williams
7 Luke Flargrove, Lewis Har-
The board of directors of the Far-
mers Union Warehouse met here
Monday at 11 o’clock. They issu-
ed quite a number of stock certifi-
cates and succeeded in getting
enough money together to lack on-
ly $130 of paying off the amount
| due on the warehouse. This
amount the committee members
raised on their own responsibility
and so succeeded in paying off the
entire indebtedness on the same
day. It is to be hoped that long
before the cotton season liegins
enough stock will lie raised to pay
off the $130 advanced by the com-
mittee and leave a balance in the
treasury besides which will be need-
ed to make additional improve-
The committee consulted J. B.
Brooks, of Ban Antonio, an official
8 John Springs, A Johnson
10 W J Adams, W G Warren
13 A Robinson, B L.?e
22 Sam Hall, D Smith
27 Henry Lee, H C Lenzy
28 Jab Haynes, A B Lawson
29 Robert Hall, Tom Robinson
30 Thos. Rree, Geo. Norman
35 J T Porche, Wm Brazzeal
37 B Aycock , A Cunningham
38 F Middleton, J Thomas
43 A P Payne, Rosey Williams
44 11 C Yates, L A Hall
i ....... ,
Mrs. M. L. Eidson returned to
Beeville Tuesday after visiting her
sister, Mrs. L. Sheley.
KILL tm COUCH
*«• CURB im LUNGS
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Meitzen, E. R. The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1907, newspaper, March 15, 1907; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth804175/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.