The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, November 11, 1904 Page: 1 of 4
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E. . Meitzen, Editor
Pledged to the Interests of l^avaca County and Its People.
$1.35 a Year, or $1 a Year Cash in Advance.
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Hallettsville, Lavaca County, Texas, Friday, November 11, LH4.
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I ___ __________ _______ _ _ _ _ Birth and Death Record.
Nov. 7—Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Wick paid Sweet HuUie a visit
Johnnie Jones, of Salem, was
calling du’.vw this way Sunday
Henry Berckenhoff, who has
been working in uie railway j
shops, returned home Thursday
Miss Minnie Gerties and
brother, Oscar attended a dance
near Sweet Home I>st week.
Frank Humes made a busi-
ness trip to Sweet Home Satur-
Ask Bogus Ileiii y v.T.at
trading his attention dowQ.*
way so often. ^ pu
Messrs. Henry and Gu-‘
kenhotf, two of our best L «<f'
young men, attended a bt’V
Appelt’s Hill Sunday ni«
both report a grand timesuVuno ®^},
RELY ON P£~RU-NA TO FiQHT
CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS, GRIP,
Peruna for coughs
andm/ds i/i\ children.
I c^ui^xcn y)1M^
P. W. Parr passe
anco was give
Moore's Saturday night
everybody reports a. grand
Miss Aogline Peters.
city Sunday err route h ^ w ,c Institution in Oulo
otu uodn mpS* “q3m.,.,,"r commend from
. 44 oiJo«>cI Xq L'fB dido*. — ‘ ^
A dance was giverf af ,9 am jo uwnu ai '..'fur
BJ os -oidod an Hiv , >1ls ijfr
''?n 3u^°ilo h- "• n CXt client, remedy
*"” fuiic oq» isui L \den f which we then had
5, of [\ mu luiu; i - idses ;h threatened to be
liamsburg, spent Sat urday «' V-'- C *£' , ,
„ , i_l iv• r . .... i vebegan <sc it and experienced
Sunday with Miss LeoilOtd 1 , gth wonddrfu. Results that since then
Verona has heroine our favorite modi
kenhoff. f Peruna has heroine our favorite modi-
Several from Imre went to a I cm*n*’ coid' COUgh^^M0B
Bohemian dance near Monseraite | SISTER SUPERIOR.
Sunday night. | Dr. ii art man ric«iv68 many letter^ from Catholic Misters ull over tho United
Prof. Prentis Parr, of Salem, I states. AS recommend recently received Iruin a Catholic institution in Detroit,
attended the dance at Louis r.-,uiM a* follow*: ________
’ : u. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 8, 1001.
Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio.
Dear Sir—•“The young girl who used the Peruna was .* offering from lar-
yngitis, and loss of voice. The result of the treatment was most satisfac-
tory. She found great relief, and after further use of the medicine we hope
to be able to say she Is entirely cured. ”
This younp drl was under the care of the Sisters of charity and used Peruna
for catarrh of the throat, with good results as the above let ter testifies.
Moore’s Saturday night.
Grover Ponton, of Ezzell, was
seen on our streets Sunday.
Mrs. Gerdes made a Hying
trip to Yoakum last Wednesday.
Messrs Ed and Henry Harmes
returned home last Thursday,
after a several months’ stay in
Those that attended the ice
cream supper and ball at Salem
Friday night had a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Leopold, of
Hallettsville, were here Sunday
attending the bedside of Mrs
Another recommend from a Catholic
Institution in opa Qf the Central Staten
written by tlhe Mister (Superior read.! as
“A number of years ago our attention
was called to Dr. Hartman’s Peruna, apd
since then wo have used it with wonder-
ful results for grip, coughs, colds and ca-
tarrhal diseases of the head and stomach.
—i-------■» v- “For grip and winter catarrh especial-
Leopold’s mother who is very j ; r <, -
males oi uinnunouaiun.”
A prominent Mother Superior says:
“l can testify from experience to the
efficiency of Peruna as one of the very
best medicines, and It gives me pleasure
to add my praise to that of thousands
who linvo hbpH
Not a Hick Day Since.
“I Was taken severely sick
with kidney trouble. I tried all
sorts of medicines, none of which
relieved me One diiv I saw an
ad.ofyoqr Electric Bitters and
determined to try that. Alter
taking a few doses I felt reliev-
ed, and soon thereafter was en
tirely cured, and have not been
pick a day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cured of rheu-
Uiatism, neuralgia, liver and
kidney troubles and general de-
bility.” This is what B. F.
Bass, of Fremont, N. 0. writes.
Only 50c at St. Nicodemus Drug
Frank Hilscher, the young
man who was jailed two weeks
ago on a charge of insanity, was
taken home last, week bv his
father, John Hilscher, of the
Buy your winter goods at
CHEAP male from Peter Raska.
J. L. Reider, of near town,
advanced his subscription an-
other notch Saturday.
“For years I suffered with catarrh of
the stomach, all remedies proving value-
less for relief. Last spring I went to Colo-
rado hoping to be benefited by a change
•jr climate ami while there a friend advis-
ed un to try Peruna. After using two
bottles 1 found myself very much im-
proved. The rciuuiiya of iny old disease
being now so slight, 1 consider myself
curfcd, yet for a while 1 intend to con-
tinue the use of Peruna.
“1 am now treating another patient
With your medicine. She has been sick
with nuihiria and troubled with hujoor-
rl)u*a. I have no doub that a cure will
bo speedily effected.”
These are samples of letters oeeived
by Dr. Hartman from thevario s orders
of Catholic Sisters throughout t! * United
The names and addresses to these
letters have been withheld from respect
to the Sisters, but will be furnished upon
r it; st.
In every country of t he civilized world
the Sisters of Charity are known. Not
only do they minister to the spiritual and
intellectual needs of those with whom
they come in contact, but tiiey minister
to their bodily needs. They are as skilled
as trained nurses in
their treatment of dis.
(vises and are looked
upon as messengers
of good cheer by
countless patient suf-
One-half of the diseases which
affilct mankind aro due to some
catarrhal derangement of the mu-
cous membrane lining some organ
or passage of the laxly. A remedy
that would aot immediately upon tho
congested mucous membrane, restoring
tt io Its normal state, would consequent-
ly euro all these diseases. Catarrh is
catarrh wherever located, whether it ha
in the head, throat, lungs, stomach, kid-
neys ij>r pelvic organs. A remedy that
will cure it in one location will cure it
in all locations.
The Sisters Find Pe-ru-na a Never Fall-
Peruna is such a remedy. The Sisters
of Charity know this. Wllflix catarrhal
diseases make their appearance they are
not disconcerted,butknow exactly what
remedy to use. Those wise and prudent
Sisters have foipid Peruna a never-fail*
Dig safeguard. They icaliae that when
a disease is gf aC§t»Tllud nature, Peruna
is (lie remedy. Dyspepsia and female
weakness aro considered by many lo bo
entirely different disen n That iU.......
■ --* IS cut:..,.. ,,, I,,, »UHitaoh and feuiaie
weakness is due to caturrh of the pelvio
organs tho Bisters are fully attAre, com
sequently Perunftls their remedy In both
those very common arid annoying dis-
If you do not derive prompt and satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
bo pleased to give you his valuable ad-
vice gratis. j
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
b I UTILS
Oct. 11 Girl it? Aims Si.tndle:
and wife, Moravia.
Oct. 11—Girl in (1 us Smith
and wife, colored, Yoakum.
Oct. 21 Boy to Kobe Becker
and wife, SWoet lloiiie.
Oct. 24—Girl to John Woytek
anil wife. Sublime.
Oct. 24—Girl to G. A. Neely
and wife. Sweet Home.
Oct. 17--Boy to Stilly Black-
wood, colored. Sweet Home.
Oct. 15- Boy to Oerveru Leal
and wifo, M* xiettn, Shinei
Oct. 8—Will O'Neal and wifo,
Oct. 28— Girl to (’has. Appelt
and wife. Hull- ttsvillo.
I Oct. 29—Boy to Chits. Ward
land wife, Yoakum.
Oct 12 Boy to Jos. Kociun
and \s ito. S weet Home.
Oct, 29 Boy to A. T. Hair
grove and wife, colored, Sweet
Oct. 15—-Gill to Cyril Orsak
and wife, IlaDettsville.
Oct. 27—Girl to F. Strako&ch
and wife, Halletis ville.
Oct. 31—Boy,, to Wm. Clark
(Uju rt ifb,
Menkes Cle&rv Breevd
With Royal Baking Powder there is
no mixing with the hands, no sweat of
the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest
facility, sweet, clean, healthful food.
Full instructions in the “ Royal Baker and Pastry Cook”
book tor making ail kinds of bread, biscuit and cake
with Royal Baking Powder. Grads to any address. ;
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buyai oakinq pownrn co.. too wit uam t r.. n:.w von*.
Tf v<id will allow in*>
Nov. 1—Boy to Win. Patterson
and wife, Williamsburg.
Oct. 28 Boy to Ignac Hurta
and wife, Shiner.
Oct. 25—Girl to lgnac Janca
and wife, Wied.
i Oct. 29—Boy to John Huber
and wife, Shiner.
Oct 29—Boy to Joe Pachacek
and wife, Shiner.
Oct. 25 Girl to Eddie Williams
and wife, colored, Ilackberry.
, ,, space. 1 will try to give some of
Oct. 31—Girl to Henry Garner ,}((l happenings or Creole
and wite, Williamsburg. .... , .. T .
The weather is line. XL has
been wet, but the water is about
all gone and everything is flour
ishing. Stock is doing well.
There have been some chills
and fevers, but health, generally,
Albert Sessions, who moved
to Yoakum some lime ago, has
moved back and says he thfpks
he will live here the coming
William Garner, of near Ezzell,
Oct, 24—Boy to Vine Sugarok ! moved last week to Matagorda
and wife. Moravia. [ county, where he will make his
THE ATTRACTIVE GIRL.
MBClt few been written about "the Amer-
icas girt" and her reasons for being pre-
eminently the most
attractive girl in
the world. In
bringing up girls
mothers can’t be
too careful to let
their daughters de-
velop -all their nat-
ural charms to the
The crucial epoch
of a woman’s life
is the chahgc from
involves the whole
body and manifests
Itself in the nerv
ous disposition at this time.
Nervous or sick women are afforded the
opportunity of a lifetime, for the makers
Of Or. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription now
offer $500 reward for women who"cannot
be cored. Backed up by over a third of a
Century of remarkable and uniform cures,
a record such as Oo other remedy for the
dteesta** »*>d weaknesses peculiar to women
evbrattained, the proprietors of Dr. Pierce’s
Favorite Prescription now feel fully war
ranted in offering to pay $500 in legal money
of. the Doited States for any case of Leu-
corrkea. Penmle Weakness. Prolapsus, or
. Felling of the Womb, which they cannot
««re. All they ask is a fair and leasooable
trial of their meant of cure.
Btraton Street (3a
. Mrs. W. T. Mapptn. 1
Mseoe). Macon. Gs., writes - " 1 will try
me know bow thankful I am to you tor your
advice. I have taken eight bottles of your
Fuvrtl* Prescription' and (our of Golden
------------ - when I began taking your
'to up; had bars in bad
tec years and had been
doctors in Macofe They
VpMb nad mthi trouble. 1
' V emote sod often
medicine, t know
nty Hfs and I cab
Any and all persons are here-
by forbidden to hunt,, fish or
gather pecans on my farm un
der penalty of the law.
E. M. Rahil
s30 tf per Joe Woytek.
The Star is duly appreciative
of tho very cordial sentiments
expressed ^ by the Yoakum
Times and the Yorktown News
on this office being awarded the
job to print the election tickets.
It is highly proper to thus ex-
change congratulations. It pro-
motes good feeling and fraternal
County Attorney v\ . T. Bagb> harmony, it is evident that the
spent Saturday forenoon in Yoa- < papers-concerned in the above
kum on official business and j pleasant ries were not competi-
while here dropped in to chat a jtors for the .job. The printing
few minutes with the editor, (business has not, yet reached the
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Chas. Ermis to Mary Kospa-
Arthur Flowers to Julia JefTer-
Mr. Bagby reports that there is
less lawlessness in Lavaca coun-
ty now than for years, that while
the sheriff has fewer deputies
than his predecessors, having cut
the number down to what the
altruistic stage in Texas
That’s where you are mistak-
en, Mr News man. All.of the pa
pors in DoWitt county had a “fair
. _. shake” in the matter of the let
law permits, the officers are ting of the contract for the print
alert and the criminal classes j r . > tiekeis; —You,
fear them. He says that the
worst thing that exists in tho
county is the lack of provision
for the care of the insane who
are forced to occupy rooms in
the jail in company with crimin
als, the state not having ample
ing of the election tickets,-
I hprpbv warn everybody not
to trespass on my lands by
hunting fishing or gathering pe-
cans. My lands are posted and
will be protected by law. $10
for every case of conviction.
s23 tf F- W. Neuhauh.
We dropped into E Schwartz’
the other day and he informed
us that the market for all kinds
of furs had opened up now and
that he was prepared to pur-
chase all kinds of pelts at the
highest market prices. Persons
engaged in trapping would do
well to call on him before ship-
ping or selling.
Sheriff A. B. Noble received a
letter last, week from Eugene E.
Chronic Diarrhoea Cured.
Mt. Walter Richardson, of
Troutville, Va., had attack of
rnnm in the asvlums "for the diarrhoea that came near ending , , ,
care of the unfortuhates of this j his life. His physicians had j Nelson pros.ec"t,n* attorney of
class He reports that there are! failed to relieve him and the dis Hannibal. Mo. stating that G. V.
' s; \J ^"7
with relatives and two in the .Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
jail, and that it is a burning Remedy. It soon cured him and
live insane persons in charge of! ease had become chronic when‘I Floyd, who was shot and killed
the county at this time, three! he began using Chamberlain’s
shame that such conditions exist.
he now recommends that prepa
ration whenever an opportunity
_ ... offers. For sale by all drug
County Clerk Buchanan this - tg
week received »«««*•«» Ka»'u“o B
trees and a number of other or-
namental as well as useful plants
from a San Antonio nursery
and will add more beauty to his
already beautiful home. He says
he believes in living under his
own vine, fig and banana tree.
For Sale—A lot of second-
hand furniture, tables, chairs,
bedsteads; also ice chest and re
frigeratof ; two good cooking
stoves at a bargain. For fur-
ther information call on
Rev. G. C. Rankin, editor of
the Texas Christian Advocate,
will preach here Sunday at 11 a.
m. In the Methodist church.
Gash paid forpecans.
tPHf Wm. Pxtebsok.
R. B. Allen, Esq., returned
Sunday from a campaigning trip
to Shiner and Gonzales. He
spoke at the former place Fri-
day and at the latter place Sat-
For Sale.—Genuine Mam-
moth BroDze turkeys at $?Peach.
Have only a few left. f'
Mrs. R. L. Martin,
n 25-4t Shiner, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Young
are the parents of a fine girl
since Monday morning. As tbit
it their first girl, the joy in the
household It great.
Whdn yon want varnish, paint
brushes or window glass see T.
A.^m A Bon.
(Jet. 23—Girl to Frank W.
Janak and wife, Hallettsville.
Oct. 24- Boy to M. Woytek,
Jr nrul wife Sublime
Oct. 37—G l < 1 to Sop ilia
(Jot 22 Girlpto Wm. Taylor
and Ida Smith, colored, Breslau.
Oct 31 -Girl to Gus Sawey
and wife, Yoakum.
/A 4 cV> Y> a T? If’ t t 11 I
Ucl. ^o—Boy iu r. W. MoiieTt
and wife, ilackberry.
Nov. 1 — Boy to Walter House
and wife, near Hope
Oct. 27 Boy to Ernest Valicek
and wife, Moravia.
Oct. 81—Lona Catherine Parr,
aged 22 years and 5 months,
malaria, near Hope, duration of
illness 6 days. >
Oct. 22—Theodore Cervenka,
aged 4 years, diphtheria, dura-
tion 7 days. Sweet Home.
Oct. 22 -Nettie Cook, colored,
City council met in regular
session Monday oveneiiing. Be-
sides routine matters, the fol-
lowing business was transacted :
On request of Chief F. W.
Ledbetter and Assistant Chief
W. L. Martin of the tire depart-
ment the city council purchased
800 foet of tiro hose from T. A.
Hill & Son, agent. *
Permission was granted to E.
L. Tarkington to move his sheet
iron warehouse to the rear of
his future location in the Neu-
Permission was granted to J.
F. Elstner to move his frame
building occupied by Jesus To-
tnayo, the Shoemakqr, about 40
feet further east, by the side of
Mr. Elstner’s other frame build*
John LiveFgood Intends to
move to Goliad county.
George Gordon, who wont to I
Giiiespie county und is .serious!,}
ill, is some better.
Miss Vina Roden, who is at
tending school at Light’s Chapel,
visited the homefolks Saturday
and Sunday. Miss Lula, who is
teaching the Upchurch school,
was also at home,
Oda Reagan and Misses Lanie,
Effie, Ethel and Florence Reagan
visited the family of J. I. Roden Nicodemus Drugstore.
Saturday and Sunday.
Tom McNeill was seen in the
Creole neighborhood Saturday
Andrew Tidwell and Jack Har-
less, of Williamsburg, visited at
Creole Saturday and Sunday.
Wm. and Asa Harless went to
Say, what about another big
hunt? Last week a big hunt was
planned, but due to some mis-
A Runaway Bicycle-
Terminated with an ugly cut
on the leg of J. B. Orner, Frame-
lin Grove, HI. It developed a
stubborn ulcer unyielding to
doctors and remedies for four
yonrs. Then Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve cured him. It’s just- as
good for burns, scalds, skin
eruptions and piles. 25c at St.
Oct. - Id a O’Neal, colored. „2e 'ZZ*™
Oct. 25—C. V. Floyd, 28 years,
gun shot, Hallettsville.
Joe Meyer left Monday for a
short visit to Shiner.
there were no wolves killed.
Let’s try again. I think we can
do better next time. The wolves
"certainly deserve killing, as they
are getting very bold and numer-
here two weeks ago, was wanted
in that city on two charges of
embezzlement. He writes that
Floyd was a dangerous man.
T. A. Reagan, who has been at
work in the Yoakum railway
shops the past few months, is
again a resident of the Ezzell sec-
tion, The New Era acknow-
ledges a substantial “lift” this
When you want fly screens
scroeu wire cloth or screen doors
see T. A. Hill & Son.
Charles Henry, pf the Hope
section, .was up Monday, and re-
ports that there Is much sick*
ness in his neighborhood. W,e
are sorry to learn that hia
U-year old daughter ta quite ill.
Jacob Steiger, of boro, and
Mieses Amtnda and Selma
Koennlng, of Rroalail»%ta urned
Tuesday from * tnptoUuero.
A. Barber, of! Wiftiausburg,
remembered Twt New Eka
white io town Monday.
MDS CECELIA STOWE,
Oralor, Entr« Nou» Club.
176 Warren Avenue.
Chicago, lu... Oct 22,1902.
For nearly four year* l suffered
from ovarian troubles The doc-
tor insisted on an operation M the
only way to pet wefl I, however,
strongly objected to an operation
My husband felt disheartened as
well as I, for home with a tick
woman is a disconsolate place at
best. A friendly druggist advised
him to get a bottle of Wine of
Cardui for me to try, and he did so.
I began to improve in a few OMti ted
my recovery woa very rapid. With-
in eighteen weeks I was saothtr
Mr*. Stowe’s letter shows every
woman how a home is seddei
female sreoknes end how eotni
Wise of Cardtu eures that siek*
wm and brings health and hsjbai-
The Best Liniment-
“Chamberlain’s Pain Balm is
considered the best liniment on
the market,” write Post & Bliss,
of Georgia, Vt. No other lini-
ment will heal a cut or bruise so
promptly. No other affords
such quick relief from rheumatic
pains. No other is so valuable
for deep-seated pains like lame
back and pains in the chest.
Give this liniment a trial and be-
acquainted with its remarkable
qualities and you will never wish
to be without it. For sale by all
Five penitentiary convicts
were taken from here to Hunts-
ville Sunday by Sheriff J. E.
Wilson, of Bee couuty, who was
conveying a similar aggregation
from his county. The Lavaca
county prisoners were: Will
Hammond, colored, theft over
150, 2 years ; Lee Ellis, sodomy,
5 years, murder, 5 years; Jim
Hampton, colored, burglary, 2
years; Leo Stafford, colored,
rape, 5 years.
At a meeting of the newly or-
soiled Jewish copgregation
londay night, it was decided to
give it the name of “Beth Aah-
•r.” The congregation it • re:
llgious one, and is the first body
of the kind to be organised in
Ballet t» ville.
Itia better toaell your furaat
(borne, as you kodfr then wfea%
boa get- You generally lobe by
[•hipping. E. SC»WART2k
Henderson Bros, bought 175
turkuys from a gentleman near
Hallettsville and the bunch is to
be delivered here tomorrow.
They will be driven to this city
just as a cowman would drive so
many cows. These gentlemen
bought something like 150 tur-
keys Monday and 200 today.
They report that they purchased
a load from a nearby farmer a
few days ago, paying him $40
for them, and the gentleman re-
marked that he had as many
more at home, all of which he
had raised without spending one
5 cents for feed of any kind. This
is some better than raising cot*
ton and fighting the boll weevil.
Rev. A. Hild, pastor of the
Lutheran church here, yielding
to the solicitations of the mem-
bers of his congregation, has de*
,v}/l xi.xl } x j. «? ifL/l rra w W|q TTliflinTIg ■
Lltlttt t/ty Vvlt ttvl Ia“ lit75 rrsigniK*
tion, which was to have taken
effect on Jan. 1, 1905. Hia an-
nouncement from the pulpit
Sunday morning that he had de-
cided to continue his labors here
indefinitely was the source of
much pleasure to his many
Quite a number of Halletts-
villeites saw the Ringling Bros,
show at Houston Monday night.
Among those who went were:
Sheriff A. B. Noble, J. H. Debo-
rah, H. Greenebaum, Isador
Schwartz, Louis Cohn, Fritx
Schmidt, Marcus Schwartz, Mita
Henrietta Finkelstein and Judga
C. J. Gray.
Wm. Helwig, of Jasmine, Vie*
toria county, returned home
Saturday, after spending a Daw
days with relative# in the Wit-
ting section. He wan brought
here by bis brothel*. Emil Hel-
wig, of Witting, wha favored
The New Era with a ptaaaaat
and profitable call. j j
Eagle Lake tnaaeiat U JLNbftluui
days, after w)
leave far tbf If
where b§y ‘
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Meitzen, E. R. The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, November 11, 1904, newspaper, November 11, 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth804267/m1/1/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.