The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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Issued since Oct. 26:
Joe Kotria to Albina Kovarik.
Frank Scorcik to Annie Stys-
Jim Ermis to Emma Svoboda.
Louis Matus to Karoline Kahan-
Vaclav Rab to Emma Neuge
Frank Schumann to Theresa
John Konvicka to Annie
Joe Zappe to Lena Rother.
Joe Faltisek to Caroline Dari-
Frank Ilrncir to Francis Rek-
Tom Kopnce to Cleo Stevens!.
Adolf Sphindler to Agnes Pas-
Warren Giles to Katie Jones.
Vojlech Rab to Mary Barta.
Joe Sykora to RosaMekyna.
Vine Sofka to Johanna Kuhe-
Gus Godley to Maggio Ward.
Chas. Lee to Carrie Harbour.
Ernst Schott to Annie Ullrich
Frank Hrcek to Aneska Stef-
“ Rheumatism, lumbago and
sciatic pains yield t,o the pene-
trating influence of Ballard’s
It penetrates to the nerves
and bone and penetrates into
the blood, its healing properties
are conveyed to every part of
the body, and effect some won
derful cures. 25c, 50cann$l 00.
Sold by Ledbetter & Hafer.
G. Bujnoch to F. Zatopek re
lease to 13LC acres.
W. A Nichols to G, Fields,
23 2 acres W. R. Hensley league,
G. W. Lomax and wife to R
R. Dickey, all right, title arid
interest in 33$ acres John May
S. A. Tandy to J. A. Jauca, 84
acres M. Caldwell league, $1152.
\ Mis. M. H. Hill to W. T. Brian,
certain tracts in Yoakum, $3100
J. A. Lander to Mrs. B. C.
Piper, release to 24 acres C.
Mrs. B. C. Piper to E. B. Hill,
Wm. Green to Mrs. H. G. Tur-
ner, lot 9 in block 7, $1.
W. M. Porter to W. T. Brian,
lots 5. and 6, aud 1^x140 feet of
lot 4 in block 4, Mahan addition
to Yoakum, $1000.
W. T. Brian to E. F. Humph-
ries, above property, $1250.
J. H. Bartek to L. H. Memers,
block 58 Moore addition to Yoa-
F. Wagner to L. A. Meiners,
B* J. Simank to J. T. Jaeggli,
lot 6 in block 17, Moulton, $1050.
F. Wagner to F. Biehunko re-
Nov. G —Sells & Forepaugh’s
circus at Gonzulaa last Thursday
drew many people from this
neighborhood. Those who went
wero well pleased with what they
saw-—out) of the largest shows
ever seen in Gonzales.
Miss Clara Wendt and her
brother, Otto, were visiting at
Weimar several days last week.
Hy. Tieljtn, Jr., is among
the jurymen at Hallettsville this
Frank Koriecny, of Lwne Tree,
has been busy hauling lumber to
his Guadalupe river vulley farm
where he is erecting a neat resi-
Karl Menger, a former resi-
dent of this community, but now
of Nordheim, DeWitt county, is
here visiting the family of Anton
Pursuant to a call from the
County Judge of Gonzales coun-
ty for the teachers of this (Goti
zales) county to meet at Gonzales
Nov. 3 and 4 and reorganize a
County Institute, ye scribe ac-
companied by his better half,
started for that place early Fri-
day morning. We arrived just
as the institute was called to
order by our popular county
judge, W. W. Glass, who stated
to the teachers the requirement
of the law in holding county in-
stitutes, and their benefit to the
public, whereupon permanent or-
ganization of tiie institute took
lease toj of Mock 65 Moore ad- o? Wa^e^ai
and Miss Annie Chenault, of
Gonzaies, Secretary. The re-
mainder of the day was spent in
discussing the School Law of
Texas. Judge Glass pointed out
The Appelt’s Hill Schuetzen
Verein elected the following of-
ficers at its meeting Sunday:
Wm Obelgoner, president; Ad.
Appelt, vice president; H. L.
Boethel, secretarj7; Joe Appelt
(Kinkier), treasurer; Ad. Boethel,
captain. This is the' largest and
most prosperous Verein in the
county. Itownsfree of incum-
brance a beautiful hull and other
buildings, a good sized tract of
land, and has in its treasury a
cash balance of $1022. Its balls
and Fests are almost without ex-
ception largely patronized and
greatly enjoyed, thanks to the
efficient management. The
members of the Appelt’s Hill
Verein can be proud of this
showing and it is to be hoped
that the prosperity they have so
well earned may ever abide with
Fey & Braunig, photograph-
ers and stationers carry a com-
plete line of new school supplies
and schoolbooks and all kinds of
stationery, in fact, are headquar
ters for same. They also carry
n complete line of frames, mould-
i ’g and glass. ‘
Mrs J. W. Pipkin, of Silsbee,
is here this week visiting rela
A ball will be given at Appelt’s
Hill Saturday night.
S. and D. Turner to H. and R.
C. Roos, 50 acres P. Soy ± league,
J. Sulak and wife to Mrs. C.
Valenta, certain tract in Shiner,
C. Morgenroth and wife to E.
Gehrels, 48 8 acres 1 mile N. of
Wm, Wehmann to Rev. J^ A.
Forrest, 1 acre and 1428 square
the necessity of teachers being
well versed in this law and
should at least know through
what sources and why they ure
drawing their pay from the
county treasurer. At 4 o’clock
the institute adjourned to meet
again at 9 o’clock. The atten-
dance on the first day was about
The Merchants And Planters Compress |
And Warehouse Company,
Have made a coutiact with the
Farmers’ Educational & Co oper-
ative Union, for the purpose of
storing cotton, and they solicit
the shipments of cotton growers
throughout the slate ontho terms
and conditions embodied in this -j
contract. They are ready to ad
NOV 18 to nqv. 2.0
Saturday. Nov. 18.—Gover-
nor’s day, Press day, children’s
Sunday, Nov. 19 —Band con-
certs. Auto and bicycle races.
Monday, Nov. 20.—A. O. U. W.
Tuesday, Ndv. 21.—U. C. V.
Day. Mexico Day. I. & G. N.
Nov. 6.—A slow rain fell hero I Nov. 6—Tenants of this see*
and a fine season, though not h ion an? considerably tormented
sufficient stock water yet.
The Stevens Bros, failed
by other people's stock, as fenoes
are in inosit instances in bad con-
vance money on cotton shipped | Day Truck and Irrigation Day
to them at 6°# per annum.)
Ship your cotton to them for
For charges as agreed upon,
together with further informa-
tion, write to The Merchants
and Planters Compress and
W a rehouse Company,
Mrs. W. B. Evans, Clearwater.
Kans., writes: “My husband
lay sick for three months. The
doctors said that ho had quick
We procured a bottle of Bal-
.ai J ^ Horehound Syrup, East Texus Day. Reunion
Wednesday, Nov. 22 —Short
Horn Sales Day. Southern Pa
cific Day. “Katy Day.” Old
Fiddlers contest and Old Folks
Thursday, Nov. 23.—San An
tonio Day. “Sap Day.” Home
Friday, Nov. 24 —Gulf Shore
Day. G. A. R. and W. R. C.
Day. > v -
Saturday, Nov. 2o.—Drum-
mers’ Day. Traveling Men’s
Day. Legislative Day.
Sunday, Nov. 26.—Band Con-
certs. Auto and Bicycle Races.
Monday, Nov. 27 —Railroad
That was six years ago.
Since then we have always kept
a bottle in the house We can-
not do without it. For coughs
and colds it has no equal.” 25c,
50c and $100. Sold by Ledbet-
ter & Hafer.
of persons born in the Republic
Tuesday, Nov. 29.—Builders
Exchange. Baby Show.
Wednesday, Nov. 29.—Y. M-1 market"
show up on Saturday night to dition, due to the neglect of the
commence the meeting here,
though they will more than like-
ly come in on toduy’s train.
B. O. Cummings and daugh
ter. Miss Lauey, and Miss Stel-
la Garner, of Ezzell, visited Yoa-
kum this week.
land owner. A man who owns
such fertile soil as this is, should
build houses suitable for white
renters, have good Water, and,
above all, good fences, sheds for
stock and farm implements on
the place. It would pay him ia
A social party was given at \ the long run to do so and would
Mrs. C. Tate Wednesday night.
All reported a tine time.
J. S. and R S. Wilson, A R.
Kuenstier and W. G. Frazer, all
of Yoakum, passed through oui
village headed for tho hunting
grounds on the Navidad river,
and the boys were a jolly crowd
Look out, game !
Mrs. L. Reid and two sons,
Deward and Tom, moved this
week to YoakUm and will try
town life awhile.
Somebody ask Silas A. and
Reid W. about the camp under
the lit tie boia J urc tree noui
the culvert in this vicinity und
about how they pitched curves
with the jtticy apples.
Turkeys are getting fat on the
mast and will soon be ready for
C. A Day.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
ASSORTED LINE OF
i vaias in Richter addition Lo Shi- thirty, whereas there are about
sevjenty five active white teach-
ers in Gonzales county. The
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blopfl.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes,
The kidpeys are your
blood purifiers, they fil-
ter o-it ihe waste or
impurities in the bioOd.
If theyaresick or out
cf order, they fall to do
Pains, aches andrheu-
matism come from ex-
ces.-, c f uric acid In tho
blood, G* e to neglected
kidney trouble. ■ ..."
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and make3 ono feel as though
;ncy had heirt trouble, because the hca*-t Is
over-working in purftping thick, kidney
poismed blood through veins and arterie?
It used to be considered that only urir.ary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning in kidney trouble. .
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer’s
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy ia
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and Is sold on its merits
by ail druggists in fifty-
«ent andone-dollar siz-
es. You may have a
*ample bottle by mail nan* of ft-wapRoot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to fine
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention thia paper when writing Dr. Kiim«
It Co., Bingham*™. N. Y.
D in't make any mbtuke. but re-
member the name. Swamp-Root. Dr.
KilmerV Swamp-Root, and the ad-
4re»*, B nghampton. N. Y., on every
Wtu. Green et al to J. Seitz,
115 acres B. Whitson league,
Erixil Morgenroth and wife to
Mary Morgenroth, parti of block
71. Shiner, $300.
J. J. Judd and wife to Green
McCord and wife, 66 acres Ryan
L. E. Neuhaus to A. Christ, re-
lease to 90 acres.
C. Schroeder and wife to I.
Brosch, 56 acres Francis Smith
lPHgne, 6 miles west of Halletts-
ville, $2020 50.
J. W. Bennett to M. Orsak, re-
lease to 440 2.
M. Orsak lo R. J. Staffa, re-
lease to 103J acres.
M>. Orsak Sr. to M. Orsak Jr ,
release to 108£ acres.
J. Seidel to G. Krueger, 111
acres 1 mile N. from Moulton.
B. B. MeCutcheon and Willis-
McCutcheon to Jos. Drozd, 40
acres 12 miles S. W. from Hal
F and L. Bohac to F. Pavelka,
house and lot 300 yards N. from
M. Posekany to Jos. Drozd,
release to 63 4 acres B Whitson
A. G. Mueller to J. T. Jaeggli,
release to 9 42 acrek Moore ad
dition to Moulton.
F, W. Neuhaus toWm. Schnei
der. 80 acres G. W. New und H.
L New surveys, $300.
Herb. W- Edwards. Injured.
-Herb. W. Edwards of Des
Moines. Iowa, got a fall on an
icy walk last winter, spraining
his wrist and bruising his knees.
“The next day,” he says, “they
were so sore and stiff I was
afraid I would have to stay in
bed, but I rubbed them well with
Chamberlain’s Pain Bairn and
after a few applications all sore-
ness had disappeared. I feel
that this bottle of Pain Balm
gaved me several days' time, to
say nothing of the suffering.”
This liniment is for sale by ail
F O. Menking. of Gonzales,
cume in Friday to spend several
days here on business.
Wash kettles at a bargain at
Kahn 6 Staniel’s.
second days’ session \yas ad-
dressed by ProT.-F. P. Guenther,
the efficient county superinten
dent of Lavaca county, who had
been invited by oui County
Judge to make a talk on the in-
stitute work donor in Lavaca
county. He made a well out-
lined speech on the disadvan-
tages of three or more institutes
a year and tho advantages of a
week’s institute at the beginning
of the school term. The profes-
sor was at his best and talked
for more than an hour in an elo-
quent and enthusiastic way of
the need of county institutes and
dwelled at length upon the lack
of uniformity of system in pub-
lic schools, and was heartily and
deservedly upplauded at the con-
clusion. Supt. Guenther's plan
of holding a' week's institute at
the beginningof the school term,
and bolding local institutes be-
tween times was unanimously
adopted by the Gonzales County
Teachers Instil ute, to beinaugu
rated next year. Hon. Geo. F.
Burgess, by special request,
made a speed), in which he em-
phasized the teacher’s duty in
elevating the moral and intel-
lectual condition in his sphere of
act ion i /Mi0F h ppotii ii ng a com-
mittee of five to arrange a pro-
gram for the pext (peeling, to be
held some time in March, 10OQ,
the meeting adjourned at 12:15
p m. The weather being very
unfavorable and the roads bad
we did not stay in Gonziles any
longer than necessary und there
fore did not get to see much of
the town; but must say that, we
were cordially entertained al the
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Gloor. F.
FINE CANDIES IN BOXES
1 and 2 pou-nd boxes delicious Soft Cen-
ter Chocolate Creams at 40c, 75c and $1 50
1 and 2 pound boxes choice French Bon
Bons and Chocolate Creams mixed, price 40c,
75c and $1.50. per package.
- 5-and 10 cent packages of : Lemon Drops,
butter Scotch, Chocolate Candy, Honey
Suckle Chips, Chocolate Almonds, Chocolate
Creams. Pure .Ters°y Cream hars. Assorted
Wafers, Honey Suckle Gum.
Ledbetter & Hafer
EAST SIDE OP SQUARE
Have just received
a splendid especial
ly selected stock of
Miss B. A. Bosworth is visit-
| ing in Yoakum this week.
E. P. Alsbury, the noted
bridge contractor, of Houston,
came over Sunday on busiuess.
Mr Alsbury is well known here
and an up-to date bridge man.
Your scribe visited the little
village of Koerth last week and
'found everything lively.
The beef market has almost
played out at Ezzell. Well, the
poiiiuia tuu coming in since the
The church now has an organ
and guess we will have some
The Farmer's Union at Ezzell
took in six new members Sat-
urday night and others coming.
Regular meetings will be on ihe
first ^nd third Saturday night in
each month. Next meeting on
Saturday night, Nov. 18. Don’t
forget the date as there is busi-
ness to be attended to. It be-
hooves every farmer to consider
and act in this great movement,
as it is entirely a farmer's organ-
ization. Farmers shouldn’t hesi-
tate to come in and lend a help-
ing hand, as it is to the interest
of all who till the soil. Don’t
one wait for the other, or stay
out to save dues and conclude
that “if it proves u success I
will be benefitted anywuy !”
The expense is a mere trifie.
The idea is, put your shoulder
to the clogged wheel and give a
lift. Where united strength is
applied, something will move.
Wo buy in large quan-
tities, therefore wo
can sell at low prices
2 cars wire and nails. I car furniture. 1 car su-
gar. I car Golden Gate flour. 1 car potatoes.
Rev R. S. Adair and wife and
John Williams returned Monday
from the Methodist Annual Con-
ference at Lockhart. As was
expected by his many friends.
Rev. Adair was continued as
paslor of this charge for another
year. The conference again
made J. C Wilson presiding
eider; placed Rev. J. M. Curler1
in charge of the Shiner and Rev.
L. B. Ellis in charge of the Yoa-
L. Kahanek has a first class
undertaking establishment. He
also sells pictures and picture
Mrs. C. D. Pierce, of near
town, left Sunday for Yoakum
to spend several weeks with rel-
Texas Buebanan ia down with
the mum pa.
The Oil Mill is a Home Institution. As a business
proposition, all other things being equal, it should be ex-
tended the patronage of the farmers. If it was not for
the mill here they would not get near so much for their
seed. The manager is going to treat you right and wants
your business and will do the very best in every respect
for his customers. So make up your mind to let us
handle your seed this fall and winter and satisfaction is
Cards are out announcing the
following: “Mr. and Mrs. C. C
Turk request your presence at
the marriage of their sister,
Miss Maggie Smothers, to Mr.
Oscar Karney at their residence
Wednesday evening, Nov. 15,
1905, at 7:30 o’clock, Hallettsville,
Tex.” Miss Smothers is the at-
ractive daughter of John Smoth-
ers, of Hardy Sandies, and Mr
Kflfney is a prominent young
resident of the Koetth section.
The New Era extends advance
Photogruphs made by Fey &
Braunig are always satisfactory.
You can also rely on their per-
manency. Be sure and have
what photos you want made by
Fey & Braunig this fall.
Christian Hemmi, of near tow n,
left Monday for Nada to spend a
week with relatives.
ward off numberless troubles
and law suits for both tenant
ind landlord. Some landlords
still maintain the idea of exclu-
sive tight over the tenant. This
is wrong. The tenant has almost
exclusive control over his rented
property aud should not be
bothered unless he oversteps bis
The wedding bells are ringing
loud and long here. The Scribe
is informed that three couples
will be “spliced” this week,
A neat cottage is being erected
,,n 1 Swartz’s farm. Leo. Krause
is the carpenter.
Prof. F. Kubala is beautifying
his cottage. He believes in the
old adage, “Prepare the cage
before the bird is caught.”
The S. of P. & I. club of Mora-
via will give a play party, Satur-
day night, Nov. 18.
The Moravia Local Institute
will meet Saturday, Nov. 18, in
the school building. Teachers,
trustees and patrons are urgent-
ly requested to be present.
Dr. Fr, Iska will deliver a
lecture at Velehrad, Nov. 18, at
2 o’clock. Those who desire to
hear a profound, forceful free*
thinker lecture, should attend.
A dance will be giveu in Ja*
lufka’s hall Saturday, Nov. 12.
WANIKD-BY CHICAGO MANU-
FACTURING HOUSE, pernon ol trust-
worihlnc«H and Homewhal familiar with
local territory ns assistant In branch of-
fice. Salary 818 paid weekly. Perma-
nent position. No investment required.
Previous experience not essential to en-
Address, Manager Branches, Oomo
Block, Chlcugo. d22-ld
Henry and Max Schwartz have
received a lot of mares and
horses, good work-stock and
selling them at low prices. 2t-nl0
Chas. Scnoenbu9ch, of Hous-
ton, spent a few days this week
in the city. »
, - : ,
Dealer 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.
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Meitzen, E. R. The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1905, newspaper, November 10, 1905; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth804176/m1/1/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.