The Hallettsville New Era. (Hallettsville, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, November 11, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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Haliotisvill9 Truck Growers
Him Rural Routes
The HaltetUvilF Truck Grow I ha election rl uctdsy v>as> the
fcls mat io regular session Sal fF let “St In years, only about tiO
Uiduy afternoon ihji-cent of the normal vote be
It iva- ibu i.loj to p[;u,t Iho il)K Pw,l«*d- c L staviuoha.
fenn- so • I'.iumph potato next d«">< <’rutic nominee, was elected
sprint; A i-nilo.-ft Of seed |» >t t representative uvei.....J~“
lo<‘> *iil b.*iO'‘en,il I run U.uty
Se.liroi Hler, <1 \I i n ii,*sotH, ill*
La'umv I r*mii U.-rmiVd Baer it
Co . of St L**ui>. Mo A (notion
carried th.i' every member who
puls in an order lor sted pot.i
toos siiail b1 r quiied to pay
one half ei.sh in a I Vance and ihe
other half on Jan 1. 1904 In
this conucclion, Secretary
Blake .lee wishes to
berg, republican nominee, by tt
vote of about two to one .1 M.
Mikulenka, white men’s primary
nominee for com miss inner of
precincts l and 8 defeated C L
Boathel, Republican nominee, by
u majority of over lpO votes. E
Gieptoer, primary nominee for
commissioner in precincts 2 and , R ,sl miles to John Hanson's
6, defeated A decider, indepen1 j corner ; thence back to lialiells
state"'that de‘,,t- wi,h an equally Urge uia j ville by way of Brown bridge
w ill be established in the coun
try tributary to
within the n-xt month or two,
so we are informed by Postmas-
ter W .1 Miller
R >uto No 3 i to take in l lie
K//.ell section It. will leave Bal-
let tsville on the Hope road, L'J
miles south to the Arnim
corner, thence southeast
()j miles to the intersection of
the Dunhaui and Victoaia r^nid ;
thence 14 miles to Ezzefl, thence
1 in Stale t»! E t-xux ,
« uuiuy i>r ljMVueu. J By virtue of a
11 , certain Order of bale Lstitsd out of the
I la I le 11 s \ l He j Honorable lJimrict f ourl of Lavaca
county, on I ho 5tli day of NovciuImm',
ll>04. by K. T, Long, clerk of t-ald court,
against I*\ I’. I’inler for Ihc sum of six
hundred and tifi> elglit dollar* and
si v-ill \-three cenii*. iliis;;;) svilli in
leresl from Oeluber I 1901, at 10 per
cent, per aim mi uuiil < aid and costs of
suit, in cauae No. 4133 in said court,
styled^*) VV Wallace versim F | 1’inlor
and placed tu my hands for <rvke, I,
A B Noble as sheriff of La\u<u county,
Texas, did, on the 5th day of November,
1104, levy on certain real eatate, situated
in Lu\a. a county, described as follows,
to-w ii :
STATE Ot- KH’K.KS
Supi. ot hihlic instruct
Kiihorinl < 'omiiiiImhi«»m*r.
S. W T. lAiilmiti
,. I>. NVul
.....r»»Mrt K Ml
.. Aithur i«*
. . , J . \\ SlThltrllH
.John \V. Huuhliiii
......J J Terrell
....O H. ('ol«|Uitt
all who desire to make an order
fi>r seed potatoes and have so
far not done so. should bonify
iiiii* without loS-i <»[ liute, paying
their half cash down as a guar
untee of good faith.
Will G Fields, of
manager of the South
i entire route will
John McNeill, of
jorily. F w Miller, primary land Wallac
n mi nee for constable of precinct h*rigtli of il
1. defeated (J B Ballard, Repub- j be 39 miles
i Mean nominee by a large ma Ezzell, is
I jority. Walter Rees-, primary ! among the patrons to be served
nominee fur constable of the a petition necessary to secure
Yoakum precipet, tied with his • tho route.
. Tux ^ independent opponent, Alien | fyjute No 4 i^ to run out in the
i ('Humphreys. A tie vote is “iso direction of Kinkier by way of
v.»rsv between th,j exchange :ird ^ * e'i r’ 0 „ | should have been No. J, but. as
. ...... u I Jacobs, candidates for justice.
uud the local truckers 1 reus- p ^ Worthing was rtf elected
urer h i tench Simpson also made constable of precinct 3, oyer his
a statement, reiterating the post !opponent> Frank Ressler The
Democratic ticket, national, stiite
and congressional, carried the
county by a majority of about
lion of the association. The as-
sociation, thereupon, by a rising
vote unanimously decided to ad-
here to the resolution passed at
the September meeting to the ef-
fect that it would notpay the
commissions due the Exchange
until the latter had settled the
difference on a car of potatoes,
sold to tffe manager of the Ex
change last spring, which was
to have brought $1.10 per bushel,
but was sold at 68J cents. The
secretary was, on motion, au-
thorized to accept service for the
entire membership in case the
jcokango ouiu the , j,iI.V .
The shipping of a carload of
turkeys was discussed. A spe-
cial meeting of the association
will be held next Satu rday for
the purpose of looking into the
matter •wore thoroughly. Win,
Peterson, Hullettsville wholesale
commission merchant, will be
present to make the truckers a
Mr. Card, of Cuero, was pres-
ent and made the truckers an
offer of 4 cents per pound, gross,
for a carload of hogs The ma-
jority of'the members consider-
ed the price too low’, though it is
likely that two or more members
who raise hogs on a large scale
Wff) accept the proposition.
The following names were ad-
ded t,o the rrtCTjbership roll :
• np r. iv«t .irncotr a /« Mrmeqeph
|l t/UM »* ^ O • X , *•*»•*• 4- ,
Chas. Ulcak, Jos. Boloin, John
Scbarnoek. Anton Bludau, J. R.
Chudej, Win. Merlz, Alois Lorke,
Anton Appelt, Will Dickey, John
The commissioners court meets
next Monday for the purpose of
canvassing the returns, and The
New Era will, next week, endea
vor to give a more detailed re-
Do you want a picture enlarg
ed? Consult Fey & Braunig. If
a good picture cannot be had
from your old one they will tell
you so. Their experience and
guarantee amount to something.
Don’t take any risks with your
old and valued pictures.
E. H. McKinnon spent Tues-
day in Schulenburg with his
family, and to cast his vote.
;: , I
Salt pork is a famous old-
fashioned remedy for con-
sumption. “Eat plenty of
pork," was the advice to the
consumptive 50 and 100
Salt pork is good if a man
can stomach it. The idea
behind it is that fat is the
food the consumptive needs
efn method of feeding fat to
the consumptive. Pork is too
rough for sensitive stomachs.
Scott’s Emulsion is the most
refined of fats, especially
prepared for easy digestion.
Feeding him fat in this
way, which is often the only
way, is half the battle, but
Scott's Emulsion does more
that) fhat. There is some-
fhmg about the combination
pf cod liver oil and hypophos-
phites in Scott’s Emulsion
that puts nc<v life into the
weak parts and has a special
action pn the diseased lungs.
A sample will be
sent free upon request
•a m that thta picfnra la
Iba term el a tabal la aa Om
tafQr^ol ewj fcattltf «|
| Vcted#*! aSdn^gMa
Natural Gas in England.
Natural gap, which in England was
generally supposed lq be deficient,
has been discovered there by Amerj-
arid put *■<» or‘H'1 u*ep rl'he
English people have not yet fully
realized the ninny advantages It has
Oyer coal and are therefore slow in
adopting it. This ia also the experi-
ence oF many persons in this country
in regard to medicine. They tire fully
aware that they need a medicine to
i*ure them of their stomach, liver or
kidney trouble, but are undecided
which medicine to select. Follow
the advice of promlqent physicians
as well u» the example of thousands
of persons who have been cured and
commence taking Hostetters’ Stom-
ach Bitters. It positively cures
headache, nausea, belching, heartT
burn, dyspepsia, constipation, chills,
colds and malaria A void substitutes.
C. J. Hudgins, superintendent
of the Hallettsville Tobacco
Com patty’s plantation and cigar
factory, returned Friday morn-
ing from an extended pleasure
trip to Florida, Kentucky and
A-* «. . niiK IVl It I. »ok MIW I H «• H till
sassy.” In Florida he engaged
for the oompany’s oigar factory
five cigar makers, who are
expected t«f arrive here Sunday,
also a number of experienced
plantation laborers. In Ken-
tucky he succeeded in inducing
several families of tobacco raisers
to locate here, and they are ex-
pected to arrive some time in
December. In St. Louis he saw
the fair in all its glory, and, safe
to say, had a splendid time. It
was there that he had the unique
experience of capturing a
pickpocket. While leaving
the fair grounds aboard a crowd
ed street car, he felt someone
toying with his watch chain and
at once collared the culprit and
with the assistance of several
other parties turned him over to
the officers. It developed that
the thief was a notorious one and
that there was a standing reward
of $500 for his capture. Mr.
Hudgins’ share of the reward
was |150, though, in reality, he
was entitled to the whole of it.
All kinds of school
books and stationery,
used in Lavaca coun-
ty, in English, Ger-
the patrons have not been tak-
ing the necessary interest, the
Ezzell route will have the pre-
Postmaster Miller has no deli
nito plans for Route No. 5, but
expects it to take in the Monser
atte, Koerth and Williamsburg
Carelessness is responsible for
many a rail wav wreck and the
same cause is making human
wrecks of sufferers from throat
und lung troubles. But since the
advent of Dr. King’s New Dis-
covery for consumption, coughs
uuu colds, oveu i-i 1 o ,. 1,, .1, 1,.»v..o
cun be cured, and hopeless reslg
nation is nd longer necessary.
Mrs. Lois-Gragg, of Dorchester.
Mass., is one of many whose life
was saved by Dr. King’s New
Discovery. This great remedy
is guaranteed for all throat and
lung diseases by St. Nicodemus
Drug Store. Price 50c and 00.
Trial bottles free.
A portion of the John Aluy U-ague ly-
ing and IxMiig in the t-oitfh rautern part
The !f>* On* l Siv of Yqnl.mn, havara county,
lex as, and bounded on the rorth by
t \»kv tslicel; on ihe. «c»i by the home
place of I W W hittington -out other
lands belonging to F T Fin er; on the
tonthby the lauds of Henry Quota and
Ed U Curruth; and on the East by the
lands of O. (i. Hugo, and containing
17 30 acres of land ; and being the taune
land conveyed by J. W. Wallace, joined
by his wife. S A Wallace, tQ F T Pinter
on ihe 2iwi day ul April, A i» imil, and
levied upon as the property of suld F
1’ Pintor. And on Tuesday, the (till
day of December, ItiOt, at the eoint-
hous<' door of Lavaca cout ty, in the City
of Hallettsville, Texas, between the
hours of icn a. in. and four p. in. I will
sell said land at public vendue, for cash,
to the highest bidder, us the property of
said F T Pinter by virtue of said levy
and said Order of Sale.
And in eomplianre with law, i give
this notice by publication, in the English
language, once a week lor three con-
secutive weeks immediately preceding
said day of sale, In the Hallettsville
Nrcw Eka, a newspaper published in
Witness my hand, this 5th day of No-
vember, 11)04. A. Ii. Noble,
Sheriff, Lavaca County, Texas.
C ounty of Lavaca j By vn tyte of a cor
tain Alias Ordei of sale issued but of tlt<
Honorable District Court ot Lavaca |
County on tin* Mb day of Novemli^ ,
1UU, by K 1 lA>ng, oleik of -aid court
against X. vv Mo.-m for Ihe sum of two
hundred and nine dollars and forty six
cents, (•90!t4(J) with merest thereon
from Ortolan Till. 1IHM. at I t per cent
per annum until paid and costs of stilt,
in cause No H *741 In said court, sly led F.
C. Neuliaus Vi'fMif N \V Morris et u\
and phi. 4 d in iiiy hand lor r*e, ii*.*-, 1,
A. B. Noble aa Sheriff of Lavaca county,
Texas, did. on the Dili day <d November,
ID 14 ’evv on certain real estate, situated ) i
in Lavai-a county, described as follows,
to wit: About J of a inlio E of Hope
the same being a purl of a certain tract
of land deeded to Jane K. Morris by
Major Smith on the 31st day of Febru-
ary, A D 185D, and is furtber described (.,,mitv
by metes and bounds to wit: Beg unlug , Sheriff
at the W corner of a survev of 100 acres 1 Tnwwnrer............................a. it
......i> . A
.......T. J. i on Lull
( uugrvsMiwn nth Btntriet...
alor (Sth lhatrtct........
mat hr MaltVislrlet.
bistrh l Judge.........................M Kenuon
t AU .riiey................W iJ. Ackuiaou
bisiiut Clerk..........................K T. Long
District Court oonvetiwa ou the firat Monday In
County Judge............................ J. Or
.....C. J Oray
... W. T liagtiy
A meeting of the creditors of
A. Bauer & Sdn, prominent mer
chants of Moulton, who went
bankrupt last week, was held
here Saturday,in the presence
of U S. Bankruptcy Referee
Kennerly, of Houston. Mr.
Bauer offered his creditors 25
cents on the dollar, but did not
come to an ngrpomont with them
Arthur Flowers to Julian Jef*
Adolph Mueller to Augusta
Louis Valigura to Anna Buel-
FROM SOUTH AFRICA.
New Way of Using Chunber-
lain’s Cough Remedy. v
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing
from Durban, Natal, South Afri-
ca, says : “As a proof that
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is
a cure suitable for old and young,
I pen you the following'. A
neighbor of mine had a child just
over two months old. It hud a
very bad cough and the parents
did not know what to give it. I
suggested that if they would get
Another meeting will be held on " u UA 1^fT1!lAU**rwu 9 v
NqV. 18. ' l>eme«y ^n4 put some upon the
dummy teat the baby was suck*
.Saturday, Nov. 12th; in*‘t «°uid no doubt euro the
, . , • * . , . 1 child. This they did and brought
a big reduction sale in about a quick relief and cured
every department at dr™sistrsemedy '* for
Landa’s Dept. Stare.
Owing partly to the over-
shadowing interest iu the gener
al election, only 53 votes were
cast in the special city election
held Tuesday for the purpose of
elepking an aldprman to succpjd
H. P. Carville, resigned. Mar-
shal Moreland was the only can-
didate and received all votes
This is the kind of weather
that makes you look after your
broken window lights. Remem-
ber Fey & Braunig have a first-
class stock of all sizes of window
glass. „ ,
Hindi* for lotin I Morri*i; lhrnrt* S 15 E I .VMatv'oijr........................,r .i p.a.k
witti tiit- N E lint* of a Iravt of ’and now!,'i^nV.l'X'iam’at ttohiwU,’!'..’.'! 1 i-'^i*.'iiLm'ah,''
owned bv VV l* Atkinson !t H) varaa to u Hnrvtiyiu-............................ll.tl kuiwll
stake; Ibence N 45 E 751 vnras to a stake; T,h'L °Vu,.‘ty, C'lurt mtH’u.1foLclvlt <>tmi«..il
tlienee VV 45 N 300 va, aS iheneo S 45 VV m " °“ - HrHt MomUy ln
<51 varus to tlie plain* of beginning, eon
mining 40 aorea of land more or ieaa and
levied <ii>>>h ilio of nuiii N vv }’■ •• l1*-1'* • .***-• .................J- -* .u**.«*,
Morris and ot, T.tesday, the fltl. day of -®..............oK._QtoPta«r
December, lu04. at the eourthoitke door
of Lavaen county, in the City of Hal-
let tsv 111<* ’(’<»v,<< lM*tw<*<*n *h** hours1 t.*f
ten a. in. and four |e. in. 1 will sell said
tract of land at public vendue, for cash,
to Hie highest bidder, as this property of
said N W Morris by virtue of said levy
and said Alius Order of Sale.
And in compliance \fciih law, I give
this notice by publication, in the English
language, once a week for three con-
secutive weeks immediately preceding
said day of sale, In the Hullettsville
N low Eua a newspaper published in
Witness my band, this 9th day of No-
vember, 1D04. A IF Noble,
Sheriff, Lavaca Founty, Texas.
The Decern her Delineator,
with its message of good cheer
and helpfulness, will be welcom-
ed in every home The fashion
pages are unusually attractive,
illustrating and describing the
iucta 1 aaJ 8................J
raoluola J unit ti.................
Precincts I amt A
The UominiNxIouera* Court meets on (li
ond Monday in Fel
tiruary. May, AuKiist a
It B Thrift
l'let iie i No. 1. 8. J. Townaand, juatU
U. Adams, constable; It. I*' Amini,
weigher. Court convenes tlie fourth Mon
eac.li month at the courthouse.
Precinct No. Z. Frank Kiitiala, Justice; J
Par«ao, constable. Court convenes on the ►
ornl .Saturday in each month at Moravia.
l’reclnct No. 8 I,. Tampke, justice; K. A
VVorthluK oonstahle. Court convenes on tin*
third Monday In eacli mouth ul Shiuer.
Pri'clnct No. 4 II. !•'. Kuhne. Justice; J. J.
Upchurch, cousUiblo. t.’ourt convenes on the
fourth Saturday lu each month at IIo|h*.
Precinct No. ft. (iuu. Mixon, Justice; K. A
Lon^, c<inst»Utr. tHinrt convenes on the third
Saturday in ouch month ut Miller’s Nchoolboiiac.
Precinct No. (l. S. W. Lucko, Justice; (Jus
Al'litui, constable. Court convenes on the sec
uud Monday of each month at Moultuu.
Precinct No. 7. J. VV. ltces. Hr.. Justice; J.
VV. ltces, Jr., constable. Court convenes on
third Wednesday til each month at Yoakum.
Precinct No. 8. Relit. Miller, Jr., Justice; R.
Hclmmaker, constable. Court convenes on the
first Saturday in each month at HiiMIme.
Dealer in meats of all
kinds, and of only one
quality : the best.
Delicious sausage and
barbecue at all hours.
Take your meals at my
place while in town.
Highest market prices
paid for hides.
Dr. A. L. Fuller
Office . Saint Nicodemus Drug
Store, ’phone 5, 4 rings.
Residence: Leo. Kroschel resi-
i'. A. Hester.
very latest modes in a way to O. T. East.......Marshal, Assessor and Codec
. i__• __. •___ Nohlo Moreland........................Kecrctl
make their construction during
the busy festive season a pleas
ure instead of a task, and tho
literary and pictorial features
are of rare excellence. A selec-
tion of love songs from the Wag-
ner Operas, rendered into Eng-
lish by Richard le Galliene
and beautifully illustrated in
colors by J C. Leyettdecker, oc-
cupies a prominent place, and a
chapter in the Composor’s Series
relating the Romance of Wagner
and Cosima, is an interesting
supplement to the lyrics.
The Daering German Theatre
O. A. Yonnjf............................Treasurer
C. I., Hluvlnohii ...............City Attorney
Oeorge Younir I ah). Kroschel, Harry Carville
Jos. Kahn and J. T. Easterling.
The contract for carrying the
mail to Breslau will be let to
the lowest bidder next week.
For particulars apply to Post-
A. Stankiewicz will sell jewel-
ry at cost until Christmas.
J. W. Carson, of Oakland, was
here ^yesterday on business.
----------- , While here he assisted Tub New
Company will hold the boards i Era financially,
here for two nights, Dec. 9 and
man a nd Bohemian sold
at wholesale and retail
at Albert Saft’s Book
The Hallettsville Herald’s
statement about Dr. Ratliff in-
tending_to locate in Mississippi
is altogether incorrect He has
not thought of locating in Miss
issippi, neither has he thought of
not returning to Texas. In fact
he intends returning to Texas—
nd to Weimar—next spring.—
The fur market has opened up
now and we are in a position to
pay you the highest market
price for them and ask you to
give us a trial when you have
any for said. E. Schwartz.
Joe Dufner, of near town, was
a pleasant caller Saturday. He
advanced his own figures as well
is those of his brother in-law, D.
W. Coleman, of Coleman City.
When you want garden hose,
poultry netting or hog-wire see
T. A. Hill * Sor
Rev. Lee Green will preach at
Monseratte next Sunday and at
Andrew’s Chapel the following
Fob Salk—Good pony mare;
gettUe. R. D. Zcmwalt. 2t
THE STATE OF TEXAS, )
COUNTY of LAVACA. j By virtue
of a certain ort’er of sale issued out
of the Honorable District Court ot
Lavaca county, on the 5th day of
November, 1904, by E. T. Long-, clerk
of said court against Henry Sampson
for the 8urn of one hundred and twco-
tv-eight dollar.; and seventy cents
70) with Interest from Oct. 4,
1904, at 8 per cent, per annum until
paid, and costs of suit, in cau.-,e No.
4044 in said court, styled VV. II. Lan-
dry versus Henry Sampson and placed
in my bands for service. I, A. B. No-
ble, as sheriff of Lavaca county, Tex-
as, did, on the 7>th day of November,
1904, levy on certain real estate, sit-
uated in Lavaca county, described
as follows, to w it:
A portion of Arthur Sherrill league,
beginning at a sttike answering for
the s w corner of a tract surveyed for,
R. ,T. Clark, which is h part of the
said Sherrill league, thence w 177 1
vrs to a stake; thence n 475 vrs to a
stake In the n line of the Sherrill
league; thence e with n line 1774 vrs
to It. J. Clark's n w corner in said
line; thence with Clark’s creek 475
varas to tho place oi beginning, con-
taining 15 acres of land more or less
and levied upon as the property of
said Henry Sampson, and on Tuesday,
the hth day of December, 1904, at the
court house door of Lavaca county, in
the city of Hallettsville, Texas, be-
tween the hours of ten a. m. and four
p. m. I will sell said 15 acres of land
at public vendue, for cash, to the
highest bidder, as the property of the
said Henry Sampson by virtue of said
levy aud said order of sale,
And in compliance with law, I give
this notiae by publication, in the Eng-
lish language, once a week for three
conseoutive weeks immediately pre-
ceding said day of sale in Th* Hal-
uett8ville New Era, a newspaper
published in Lavaca county.
Witness my hand, this 5th day of
A. B. Noble,
Sheriff Lavaca County, Texas.
Claude Easterling, one of the
most popular printers and plea
sant young gentlemen of our
acquaintance, dropped in to see
us for a shot^ time Wednesday.
Mr. Easterling was en route to
Lane City, where he is now em-
ployed as book keeper.—Eagle
The receipts at both cotton
platforms here up to yesterday
were 3429 bales. Cotton Weigh-
er B. F. Arnim estimates that
1500 balps are still being held by
farmers residing in the country
tributary te Hallettiaville
The Boundary school opened
up on the 1st inst. with Miss
Helen Smith as teacher. Miss
Helen taught this school last ses-
sion and was quite sucoessful.—
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Appelt re-
turned Monday from Corpus
Ohrist.i where Mrs. Appelt has
been spending several weeks in
the interest of her health, which
has greatly improved.
Buy Hamilton Brown shoes at
cheap sale from Peter Ruska.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, di»
sourages and lessens ambition; beauty, vlgot
and cheerfulness soer*
dtsapr ear when the kid-
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble Alt,
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
P afflicted with weak kid-
neys. If the child urln*
- . " ates too often, if the
orlne scafds the flesh or if, when the chi d
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, if la yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend'Upon It. the cause of
tho difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the Aral
Stop should be towards the treatment of
these Important organa. This unpleasant
trouble ia due to a dlaeeaed condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to • habit aa
moat people suppose.
Women as well aa men ai% made mis-
erable with kidney end Madder trouble,
end both, need the same neat remedy.
The mild and the Immediate effect of
gwf Rddd laaooa realized, it ia seU
by druggists, in fifty-
oent and one dollar
afSM. You may have a
sample bottle |y mall
tag eft tmSm ft. toctadutf
10 fr l i * vj I I'Atl ftp O 1
UaileithViUe before and consid-
ered an excellent one by our
German theatre goers.
Joe Fajkus, Sr., and family, of
Breslau, are moving this week
to their new home near Yellow
Bunks purchased from Mr. Yal
When you want hardware see
T. A. Hill & Son.
uiis, cueii ut
Hill & Son.
sou T. A.
E. B. Hill, of Houston, is now
day telegraph operator at the de eruptions and piles. 25c
pot. | Nicodemus Drug Store.
A Runaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut
on the leg of J. B. Orner, ,FranK-
iiu Grove, 111. Il developed a
stubborn ulcer unyielding to
dootors and remedies for foqr
years. Then Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve cured him. It's just as
good for burns, scalds, skin
Variety of Drugs
for prescription work
is always on hand at
St. Nicodemus Drug Store
Dr. A. L. Fuller, the officing physician,
is always on hand.
HALLETTSVILLE OIL MILL
Is a home institution and employs a large
force of home labor at living wages. The
consequent benefit to the town and commu-
nity is hard to estimate. All this ought to
induce the farmers to sell us their cotton
seed, but there is a still better reason why
they should do so. WE PAY THE
HIGHEST GASH MARKET TRIGES
FOR GOTTON SEED.
LAVACA OIL COMPANY
F. Hlllje, Manager.
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; John Treptow’s §
; Saloon \y
9 Ait extensive variety of the 9
* finest whiskies always on m
jj hand. Fresh beer ever on J
4 tap. Pool table and domino m
£ tables; a pleasant place for £
* a pleasant game. Give me *
* a trial. $
SOUTHEAHT CORNER, SQUARE
*t* *»* 94»444499999994
Suits lufttii* ln the very lateat BtvWv.
3ti«iru “.s experience of many years.
Perfect work guarmnteed. Repair-
ing, cleaning end prcMlng of unit*
satisfactorily executed. Workshop
In Bnchsnek building.
HALLETJSVILLK - - - TEXAS,
A scientific preparation that
will positively curd any
cough. No cure no pay.
25c the bottle at
LEDBETTER & HAFER’S
OFFICERS:—Frlencb Hitnpaon, presi-
dent; F. Hlllje, vice president; E. B.
Seymour, casbler; Louie Cohn, aaeieUnt
caehler. Director*: Carey Shew, K. B.
Seymour, F. Hlllje end A. B. Deveil.
Foreign and domestic ex-
change bought and sold.
Collections a Specialty.
HALLETTSVILLE, - - TEXAS
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| STUDEBAKER VEHICLES |
* NOW AT
H. J. Heyc’s
If yon wish to biy a carriage or baggy,
good material and workmanship and comfort
Our vehicle# possess all these qualities, and, besides, I
have reduced ail prices.
We also make SADDLES at reduced prices now.
See our goods and prices and eonvinoe yourself that
F. W. NEUHAUS,
Dealer in Real Estate.
Choice city and country property for
•ale or rent
R. B. ALLEN,
JLTTOU2STB3-Sr ALT X.A.'W
AUD LANB-AOtWt, —
&a\\ettaaW\a, • - tit*
m CURB nil LUNGS
wh Dr. King’s
FOR 1 0UGHS and 50c A $1.00
ISOLDS Frtra Trill.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THBOAT and LUNG TBOUB-
LBS, or KONST BACK.
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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/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Friench Simpson Memorial Library.