The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, July 27, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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tTbe Iballetteville flew
B. . Meitzen, Editor
Pledged to the Interests of Lavaca County and Its People.
$1.35 a Year, or $i a Year Cash In Advance.
Farmers In Politics.
HaUettsville, Lavaca County, Texas, Friday, July 27, 1006.
Hope. HackVrry. Refused To Publish l ms.
Cotton picking will soon begin ! Win. Boouing, chuirinun ol the
The yield will be fur below Ins’ White Men’s Union, a subs tan-
year. The majority of our far-jtial farmer of the liaursvllle
mers think four acres to a bale | section, while here Monday, gave
a toothsome and impressive
“object lesson” of what const i-
lutes his ideal of a patriotic cit.i
//.'ii -out: vvlnj^ neglect.'. neitli< <
his home duties nor his public
duties. The “lesson” was given
is a fair estimate.
Mr. hid , your “Devil made a
mistake in in v letter last week
describing tie* difference bo
tween the present sysiem and
the co-operative commonwealth
It ought to have read : “Under
the new, or co-operative, ‘sy
you get an you produce, etc,
FI. H. Gandy and W. L. Autr]
.Ino. II Bishop, wo regret to
learn is very sick and his re
covery is very doubtful. Drs.
... . , . , Shropshire and Youngkiu have
____ at Sheriff Nobles ofhee, the , peeu called in consultation.
tem f"pu|)l|s were three newspaper! Munson was
men, several countv officers and I , ___ ,
... ■ i down on msold stauiping grounu
w one day this week
Judge Meitzen’s course in that
Mr Boening began by stating
that he and the other farmers
who had been active in the White
Men’s Union movement wore
being criticized in certain quar
tors for taking too much stock
railway assessment matter
speaks well for him. Well, we
need more men of his kind in of
tice. They would make it un
profitable for corporations to pay , . , , .
lawyers t» halp them keep from »» «>unt/ Politics, t he idea being
paying an honest share of theii. that a armor had no business
taxes. Yes we have the right 111 politics He then proceeded
man in the right place and we show that though from a high
are going to keep him there too. niotlve he had taken interest in
Some men's modesty seems to countY Politics, lie was able to
to >k another prospecting trip Chapel Sunday and will continue
outTwes^ this week. through the week. It is being
Mrs. PI. W. Munson went to conducted by Rjvs. Bock and
Palls county last week to visit Chapman of Weimar,
relatives. | Miss Elma Beal, of Breslau, is
visiting Miss Edna Ray here this
The barbecue at Schulenburg
was O K. Hud plenty to eat and
drink and speaking of all kinds.
Several families are camping
ttl the meeting this Week.
Next Saturday is primary
election duy. Livery body come
out hq<) cast your vote for the
We have a new store here
under the firm name of McKay
& Mollert. v
Miss Alice Fonder has return-
ed from the meeting at Pala-
Mrs. L W. Simpson will leave
for Ft. Worth Saturday to join
be entirely upset when women
enter politics and demand a voice
in our government Neverthe-
less, the day is fast approaching
when the prejudice against poll
tics for women will be overcome
and laid to rest along with witch
craft and free silver. The ma j
jority oi wuiutm uo nut
the ballot; they are driven by
environment to demand it wheth
er they want it or not. And
this is the reason : In all the
different trades and professions
women are competing with men
for the positions. Let me ask
you (without malice against any
one) why is this ? In other
words, why do women compete
with men? Do you think she
keeps books, pounds a typewrit-
er or works in the factories and
sweat shops, or perhaps takes in
washing, just because she likes
Chas. Heury is quite sick and
Dr. T. J. Hill, of Koerth, m treat-
Emmett Upchurch stayed withj
Jesse Kuhne on his way to
Ru n ge.
Bro. Janecek, how about Puu- |
lus’ vote on the free pass bill,
ruilway consolidation bill etc?
Will Riggs, who has been work-
, ing for the Sap the past year at
take care of his farm at the same i Kenedy, was in our neighbor 'her husband, who left several
’ weeks ago
time. He tirst exhibited a score ; hood tiiis week looking after his
of large' corn ears, picked at. ran- reai estate interests,
doin from his field, then he j
brought forth a crock of prime
butter, a piece of litiely cured
The several committees of the
Farmers Union selected to man-
age the barbecue next Thursday
met here Saturday morning and
made all necessary arrange-
The Smith cemetery under
lVnch of bread and butter,'cheese j the new management is in fine
and ham. Amid much laughter ICOIJdition
ham, a loaf of light bread and
several pats of delicious hand
pin'r^o -ill products of his house-
hold, ami invited everybody to
help himself to the appetizing
and applause the invitation was
promptly responded to by all
present and soon there was but
little left of the lunch.
Mr. Boenlng voiced our opin
ion when he said that there is a
world of difference between the
farmers of today and fifteen
years ago. Then they cared lit-
tle for politics and let the city
politicians run things as they
to work from 10 to 18 hours a pleased." But now they are be
day? Say, Mr. Smart, is that
your opinion ? Or do you think
they are doing this just to keep
you men out of a job ? You know
she does not. She does it be-
cause shf* must. She is com
pelted by necessity to work auu
take care of herself, or perhaps
help support a cow pen full of
helpless little ones? Many a
girl that should be at home
with their mothers or keeping
house for herself and t he man
she loves, is compelled to com
pete with you for a chance to
earn her own living. Under the
present system where 10 per
cent of our people get what the
other 90 per cent produces, the
chances to make a living are
made so difficult that the father,
no matter how willing he may
tie, cannot earn enough to take
care of them all, and the wife
must work for smaller wages in
order to help out, regardless of
the fact that by so doing si.e
throws some other woman’s
“John ’ out of a job, and she is.
not to blame, either, because the
ballot, which is the only remedy,
is denied her, and the men will
not use their ballots in her de
fense. Are you so blind that
you cannot see, or such a fool
that you cannot understand why
wmipen are entering politics and
W - tit to vote ?
Is out of order. You go to bed
In a had humor and get tip wlUt n
bad taste in your mouth. You
want something to stimulate
your liver. .lust, try Herbino,
the liver regulator. A positive
cure for constipation, dyspepsia
and all liver complaints, v rs.
F—. F’t. Worth, Texas, writes :
“Hive used Herd ine in my fam-
ily for years Words can't ex-
press whi.t I think about, it.
Everybody in my family are
happy and well and we owe it to
Herbino Sold by City Drug
Prof H J Haverlah and wife,
of Cost, Gonzales county, stop
ped over here Tuesday on their
retqrn from a trip to Austin
tpunty. They will spend several
tjays at Witting, their former
fiome. Prof Haverlah is teach-
jog ^ school at Cost and is well
pleased with his present home.
Hoy Russell, who has been at
work in Avalon, Ellis county, for
About a year, came in Thursday
of last week for an extended stay
with his parents.
Miss Augusta Speakormunn
returned to Shiner Sundny after
visiting relatives near town.
Albert Einkauf, of near town,
returned Monday from a trip to
For fresh and cheap groceries
p. B. Howerton & Go.
ginning to realize that by their
own inaction they* have been as
much resopnsible for-the graft
that now rules counties, slates
and nation as are the grafters
thenT,selves, Verily it, is a good
and grand omen that the pro
dueers of the init'o.i are taking a
greater interest in politics. The
man that says the farmer has
no business in politics believes
in a rule of a few ringsters and
not in the rule of the people, and
Say, Mr. Editor, did not the
last County Farmers Union
meeting elect a business mana-
ger ? [Sure; H. F. Kuhne, of
Hope, was elected. Through an
oversight we forgot to mention 1
this in our report.—Ed.]
We just learned that A. J.
Castellaw was taken seriously
eick while visiting Dr. Win. Ter-
ry at San Gabriel.
Quite a crowd fiom Breslau
attended church at this place
There will be a barbecue at
Glass Chapel next Friday, the
27th. Several speakers will be
Limit; ami uiso plenty ,oat.
Come up Mr. Ed., and spend the
day with us.
Louis Smith, of Eagle Lake,
came up for a few days visit to
Quite a number of mail boxes
are being put up at Hackberry
Staple and fancy groceries and
confectioneries—the best in town
at C. Asher’s.
Masters Frank Zumwalt and
Willie Timm left Sunday for
Yoakum to spend a few days
That won’t come off appears
on baby’s face after one bottle of
White’s Cream Vermifuge, the
great worm medicine. Why not
keep that smile on baby’s face?
If you keep this medicine you
will never see anything but
smiles on his face. Mrs. S--
Blackwell, Okla., writes :
“My baby was peevish and
iretlul. Would not eat and I
feared he would die. I used a
bottle of White’s Cream Vermi-
fuge and he has not had a sick
J. W. Elledge informs the Re-
cord he is preparing to hq,vp
water on his model truck farm,
rain or no raiq. He has install
od a gasoline engine and is pro-
viding a large tank in which to
store water, his supply to be
drawn from a well. He is one of
our most successful truckers.
He has a new crop of water
melons coming on and expects
to be in shape to furnish the
market during the month of Aug-
T. A Hill & Son this week he
gan moving their hardware stock
from the City Hotel building into
their new cortfier building. The
latter is, by ihe way, one of the
most ornamental and at the same
time substantial structures in
j the city. It is a much nicer
and more convenient stand
than the old one und we predict
that their already very populur
hardware store will do a greater
business in the new quarters j
than ever before.
Was a man who, against all
odds, attained the highest honor
a man could get in the United
States. Ballard’s Horehound
Syrup has attained a place never
attained by any other like rern- V'
edy. It is a sure cure for colds, * L b
coughs, bronchitis, Influenza and
and all pulmonary diseases.
Every mother should keep sup-
plied with this wonderful cough
medicine. Sold by City Drug
July 23.—A right good shower
fell here on July 22, but not
enough for stock water. Would
like to see another one just like
Amzy Arnold and sister, Miss
Maggie, of Vienna, have been
visiting relatives and friends
here the past few days.
Warner and Guy Branon tried
fishing again Friday night but
Misses Laura and Bertie Clark
and Ed. and Ab. Fuller attended
church at HaUettsville last Sun-
Joe Schindler’s daughters,
Misses Mary and Matilda, and
son, Frank, attended church at
J. D. Branon and daughter,
Alma were In your burg one cay
We lastly protest against poli-
tics in our county being run by
,& machine, controlled by a few
1 tricksters, which rob the people
of their liberty to cast a free and
intelligent vote and would make
mere voting cattle out of free
citizens und we demand that poli-
tics ho left in tho bands of the
people, controlled by the people.
Lastly we ask all voters who love
freedom and would not bow to
tyranny not to veto in the pri
mary on J uly 28.
Chairman of tho White Men’s
Dr. Frank Kent, of San
Mr. Dostal, of St. Louis, arriv-1 Antonio, specialist in diseases
Eye, Ear, Nose and
ed here last week and is
editor of the Novy Domov
A Tragic Finish.
A Watchman’s neglect permit-
ted a leak in the great North Sea
dyke, which a child’s finger
could have stopped, to become a
ruinous break, dovasting an en-
tire province of Holland. In
like manner Kenneth Mclver, of
Vunceboro Me permitted a
little cold to go unnoticed until a
tragic finish was only averted by
Dr. King’s New Discovery. He
writes : “Three doctors gave
me up to die of lung inflamma-
tion, caused by a neglected cold ;
but Dr. King’s New Discovery |
saved my life.” Guaranteed |
best cough and cold cure at Led-
better A Hafer’s drug store
Price 50c and #1. Trial bottle
A District Union was organiz
ed on July 12 at Schulenburg by
the five locals of the Schulen-
burg Hackberry vicinity. The
following officers were elected :
Frank Ermis, president; John
S1IFFEU Fen HISS.
Mrs. Lout* Lftcomb, Hayward, Wis.,
“1 have followed your treatment as
closely a* 1 could and am now entirely
• • We had two doctors and one said
that I would have to have an operation
performed before l could regain my
“We then decided to wrlto you as to
my condition, as 1 had been aufTerlng
nearly n. year with severe pain* and
headaches at times so that I could
scarroly stand up.
“Now I feci so well after n short
treatment with your remedy, and am
ao grateful that I do not know how to
express my thanks. a
“I thunk you many times for the kind
advice 1 have had from you.”
Writo to Dr.S.B. Hartman,President
of the Hartman Sanitarium, Colombo*,
Ohio, for fro* medical adrlc*.
til lately he was connected with i Throat, will visit HaUettsville i Nordhausen. vice president;
| the oldest Bohemian Catholic j July 30th, Shiner August 1 st, j John Thomas, secretary; Rich-
newspaper in the United States. j Mou|ton Aug 2nd Schulen- I Wu.-roi.er. lecturer i Peter
I “Bias, his brother being editor! & 1 . 1 Osier, chaplain ; M. A. Ponder,
| of it lie is an able newspaper j burg Aug. 3rd, Weimar Aug- j doorkeeper ; W. W. Glass, con
| man and will, no doubt, make a qst 4th and LaGrsnge Aug- ductorand F. F. Bartosh, busi
good paper el the Novy !*>-<>''■ |u8t 6th and m. Examine-
All kinds of cold drinks at ,.
jChas Pagel’s ice cream
for white folks.
On report of J. T. Easterling,
and W. B Hawkins, appointed
last week by the county judge to
examine tho condition of a horse
of John Matusek, of Sweet Home,
the animal was ordered billed The j K Tin,ley cas0 was
closed yesterday at Bastrop after
had the glanders. Mr. Matusek
was awarded $60 as damages, it
being a quite valuable animal.
At cost at R. D.
a short trial and the jury, after
being out only about thirty-six
minutes, brought in a verdict of
Zumwalt’s, j not guilty. The case has been
jon the docket for sevoral years
A ball occurs at Pagel’s Set- 11 *** 8t!nt, to HaUettsville on
I tlement on Saturday night, Aug- |a change of
I uet 4. A meeting of the Schuet-1 P‘ace an' ,
' zen Verein of that piece will be ! Bastrop county this last spring
had on Sunday, August 5. and] -Oonzalea Inquirer,
all membera are urged to at:j Fresh turnip teed in bulk, at
tend. I City Drug Store.
The HaUettsville Herald refus
ed to publish tho following arti
Moulton, Tex , .July 21. ’06.
To the HaUettsville Herald.
Gentlemen : -Wo hope that
you will publish this letter in
the next issue of your paper for
tho benefit of the voters and tax
payers of this county.
As the Democratic primary is
to take place on the 28th inst, I
wish to explain a few things to
you and the people in general.
That we, the members of the
White Men’s Union, hereby pus
itively declare that wo do not
work in favor of any individual
candidate as has repeatedly been
staled, nor do we antagonize any
individual or party in special.
We merely fight for clean poli
tics and against the unsound
principles uud tricky practice
of certain politicians, of the
county, who to attain their own
selfish ends through personal
persecution of a certain county
officer would force the people in-
to political slavery and rob them
of their rights and power to vote
as becomes free tax payers and
We protest against any pres
sure being brought to bear
against county or precinct candi
dates, which forces them to avow
themselves to any party or binds
them in any way to support any
platform, but demand that they
be | entirely independent of all |
party influence and simply be
required to conscientiously do
their duties as servants of the
people when elected to office.
We further protest against
voters being misled by systema-
tic trickery and spreading of
lies by certain politicians and de
maud that politics be kept clean
and sound to suit honest men
and for tho best interests of the
WOMEN WHO SUFFER
For Permanent Relief
HKRBINE acts directly on th* Liver. It will cure CONSTIPA*
TION, DYSPEPSIA, MALARIA AND CHILLS. Is entirely free
from all poisonous mineral substances, and is composed solely of
LIFE-GIVING HERBS. Especially adapted for weak and weary
constitutions; strengthens the weakened glands and organs; it check*
all derangements of the human body.
CURED HER SICK HEADACHE
Mrs. Josie Cameron, Centralla Avenue, Temple,
Texas, writes: “I find HKRBIN E gives me quick
relief, and take pleasure in recommending it to all
wotpen who suffer from eick headache."
WITHIN THA REACH OP ALL
Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitutes
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
Otr-HLoins, U. S. A.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED AY
City Drug Store.
Rosenberg Bros/ Removal Sale.
Soon, very soon. In fact we have cut prices on a great many
goods to make room for new fall stock. You can save a great
deal on your purchase of CLOTHING, pants, shirts, hats etc.
RIGHT NOW ! Get our prices and see the nice line we carry
in these goods. To the ladies we say, do not be in a hurry to
buy; look at our stock of summer goods, get our prices and
you will agree with us that, we have prices to move the goods,
a general removal sale will be advertised a little later,
Yours to Please
WHEN YOU WANT TO ENJOY A RIDE
You want a well-made,
good vehicle and harness.
We keep a full line of dur-
||gf .... able and up-to-date vehioles
y-^p and also sell our own make
' of harness that will not
break as soon as it cotnea to
a tight pull, as they are
, L made of Oak tanned leather.
^ They are better than any
^ factory harness at the same
H. J. Heye,
^ceevaieiirP Saddler and Buggy Dealer.
BREAK CHILLS -
Money refunded. We will curd you of Chills, Fevers, Ague,
and Malaria, and to stay cured, with
YUCATAN CHILL T0II0 (Inpmsd)
New science in medicine. Drives the Maktrial Germs out of your
We will refund you your money if we have not produced a
permanent cure after a io days* treatment with Yucatan Chill
Tonic (Improved), taken according to directions on the bottle.
The American Pharmacal Go., Ghemists, Evansville, Ind.
venue from this
was transferred to
Ernest Eastling left Sunday
for Runge, having secured a job
as engineer in F. V. Arnim’s
new cotton gin. Mr. Arnim is a
former Moulton citizen and has
one of the most modern aud com-
pact ginning plants in the state.
It cost about $10,000 and has the
new Murray system, oil burner
Prof E. H. Gillar, of Shiner,
will teach the Vysehrad school
west of town the coming term.
Prof F. F Lednicky. the former
teacher has moved to Prague, Q.
J. N. Anderson is now in
chargo of R. B. Alien’s ranch 6
miles south of town.
A fine and fresh stock of fanoy
and ataple groceries at ChRS*
Woods National Bank
San Antonio, Texas
Interest paid on time deposits.
Open from 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.
NATIONAL BANK |
An old established institution
with a lifelong reputation for
honest and polite treatment.
OFFICERSFrlench Simpson, pr«sl
dent; F- HillJe, vies president; Louie
Cohn, enabler.,- Director*: Cnrejr Shew.
Ford Hillje, Frlench Simpson, 8. H.
Simpson and Louie Cohn.
HALLETTSVILLE, - - TEXA0
Send your friends a souvenir
post oard of Hallettevtile.
Yle*s, for sale at City
R. B. ALLEN,
— AMD L AND-AOtNT, —
Lawyer, Notary Public 'i
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