Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, September 29, 1911 Page: 1 of 6
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Ladgar Balabllahad 10O7
Ronaelldatad Pab. 1011
Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, September 39,1911
TO THE PUBLIC
Our steady growth is evidence that the «
Banking House which throws the greatest ;
safeguards around its business in order to pro* ¡
tect its depositor?, merits the confidence of the ¡
public. If you are not a customer of our bank ;
let this be your invitation to become one, and !
we trust our mutual relations will be mutually <
The First State Bank
0/ Caldwell, ZttJtas
GUARANTY FUND BANK
NO OTHER BU8INES 8 THAN BANKING •
Two Mszicans Kilted.
A BURNER OR SCALDED FINGER
require* quick treatment if immediate
r<■! "f fmin pain is expcted. To this etui
it is wise In keep ill the house ü
reliable Liniment 1« i use in just such
h< >r>eh< >Id emer¡¿entries, For nn ..and
«'tin-!' I : ujrs and Medieinc- <>f the
best qiniiit' , it is safest to come I" us
and l>e sure <>! the ri^ht article. We
guarantee our Drills and Medicin s as
the purest and freshest .
CALDWELL DRl'fi COMPANY
Saturday night there was a
ftital fight ate the Italian jofnt,
down in the Brazos bottom,
about two milas above Par-
ker's lower atore. Two Mexi-
cans, whose names we have l>een
unable to ascertain, were killed,
one the front gallery of the joint
where he got his neck broken by
a lick, with a pole op rail, from
some unknown assailant, while
the other was shot through
three times just inside of the
saloon door. Two Italians,
Steve MondeJbana and Jasper
Courti wore arrested charge i
with the offence that night and
brought Suoday to jail here
where they remained till Monday
afternoon when the had examin-
ing trials. They were represent
ed by Measera Doremua and But-
ler, of Bryan, and both waived
Most of the witnesses spoke
broken Krglish, and nearly all
testified through an iuterpretor.
The testimony was badly mixed,
but tlw story condensed, reads
some tiling like this:
That r.ipht, an usual, there
was ;i considerable assemblage
of Mexicans, Italians and Neg-
roes at the place where there is
sold beer, whiskey and groceries.
Some negroes hollowed that the
Mexicans weie going to kid
''S'evo". This cauce i the It al
Shoes at Half Price
More than Five hundred Fairs Shoes go at
B exactly half price. Slippers and Shoes all go, noth-
ing reserved. During next 30 day* you can save
half your money on shoes.
$1.50 shoes go at 75c
$2.00 shoes go at $1.00
$2.50 shoes go at $1.25
$3.00 shoes go at $1.50
$4.00 shoes go at $2.00
This is the lowest price on shoes ever offered in
Caldwell, for my prices were below others before.
X. F\ GILLEY
"The Store THeit
NMr Th* Do pot
Caldw ll, T<
7j/ie foundation of ¿¡very
is a bank account. No true happiness cañavereóme
unless the fact of possible dependence has been entirely
eliminated, and this can only be done by means of a
You should acquire one, and once started you will
be surprised how easily and rapidly it grows.
We offer you absolute protection for your money.
Our bank is entirely under the supervision of the United
Stales government. Besides this our stockholders
who are worth approximately one million dollars are
bonded to fully cover any loss, should any loss occur.
These good points combined with the conservative busi-
ness policy of its officers make our bank an absolutely
safe depository for your funds. Open an aocount with
Caldwell National Bank
Depository for City of Caldwell Funds.
Depository for County of Burleson Funds.
M ' >1 .,
A Promise of Good Living
lies in every article our delivery
messenger takes from the bas-
ket, and the promise will be
amply fulfilled, you can be sure
of that. Each handeome can,
carton, package, bottle or jar
contains somerhing so good to
eat that- you'll have a warm
spot in your heart for the grn-
cerv that furnished them. Phone
your order if you can't come in
Simpson Grocery Co.
inns to all get inside of the
saloon. It was only a few min-
utes till a heavy thump was
heard on the front gallery. Then
some one hollowed "A Mexican
is killed". This caused the
bunch to begin to hunt for safe
places. There were six Italians
in the store and four of these hid
under the counter on the grocery
side of the building, only
"Steve" and '• Jasper" remain-
ing standing. About this time
a Mexican came in at the front
door with a gun drawn up in
position and began shooting in
behind the counter. One of the
Italians returned the fire with
hia gun and the Mexican was
shot down in his tracks. This is
a brief summary of what was de
veloped at the examining trial.
No one seems to know the name
of either of the dead Mexicans,
and it is the wonder of all, as to
who killed the one on the frout
gallery or what he struck him
with. It was a usual Saturday
night "fracas" in which no
darkies took part for they all
"skiddoed" when they heard the
After considering the testi-
mony, the court admitted the
two Italians to bail in the $2,500
e ch which theyjiromplly jj.ve
and returned to their homes.
It was the belief of the offi'
cers that two negroes, Henry
evil and John Chappel, wit*
nesses in the case, knew more
than they would tell or were
guilty of participating in the
row and they were lodged in
jail pending futher investigation
of the affair.
Right Frames: The sfould-
ing that suits your picture costs
no more. We have everything
in picture mouldings. Caldwell
County Union Gill,
By authority vested in me aa
president, I hereby call the
County Union of the Burleson
County Educational and Co-
operative Union of Texas to
meet with Lyons Local at 11
o'clock sharp, Friday morning,
Oct. tí, 11)11, for the transaction
of all matters coming before it.
W. W. Watson, G. R. Higgason
If It is Sold in a Furniture
WE HAVE IT
Caldwell Furniture Cc.
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