The Caldwell News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1897 Page: 5 of 6
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bU nao, pulliog beau. Af
(t>in hi. («m man In, ln(|
dOttirt ooma.01. plicas, I fltl' .,1 Ki-
atWntiou to the f*c\ that hl-
had pnt u« in uut liul d
"What woe you in ¿r™'JL,r
for, aojh.wi" ^JP"'nr
< ft baa fliea fur it hivft. H«t oar-
taioljr rearned In know exactly
wo r to luok f r hie bull.
Meting "Turk'* lying among the
oruahi (1 bmkrv, he approaohed ftod
b-oked n)1 arrund v*ry e«r«fullv.
exefcimtd, Then la uuchtd the bull with bis
i boot mu, but junpad back, evi-
aa H .*e«i ly r«c iving h -buck, Thsrt-
d, U|x*ti he wmii t « ut of
on kuo n IiiUi, m o J0U di> >li, * 1 * •
v«« I'?l0«° •' of"".' lie turned mltli a rod ii
gb , and
Ynn 7 ' "« re:urneu ft lift ft ro«1 in bis
ELZSÍV"* rn ' ¡bui d' wh,ch •• 1 in>-
«♦nh ItfiiM4rl.1T V til I •. 1* ft hollow |ltfg
Oh, I *ue « i l l Turk will lo >k , tub* about two feet Ions, in one
Súcklinff1"*''lie _í * My®í8. • ud vi which waa fixed an old.
chuckling. i)cm t yuu worry fc uahionrd Ubi- f, rk. With thia
Thri'iiii'll t!Í ' ir- bom-ly contrivance be picked u,
That wa* ail tu« Mliifamian w l the end of th* f nce wire, whtre ii
ÜÜ uíííl wi! !r ^ ."ur 12-11 1#jr °b lbtt bulr- u cleverly
on Myors. \V«ich ff«d ;im a lit. «a Marlon could have don with
"® hu oontftktrooaoesa, and ho ! lilt iii^gg, ai d threw it atide
chaffed ue back Veiv nnu. ly Even .hen, alor.a and unseen aa
L«v i L.r •puka to | he 8uppo« <d, bo wea cunning and
ie by tne telephone froui Ciotnet:- j cautious; fur after a g'a- o« around,
ton, and aaked me t > coin up t,. J e*m«d iha fork away for forty
® P* ' 0 )mPwiy'e watch j or liny feet, and hid it under aome
ÜÜTaüífwül !Mar-j brake. ud aw.inp gr^a. Tnia
J00 . 0,4^ on ^iin—^ d<-nr, he returned to a-e if th ra
lure bull . Wrre Hny lli# i(| the bull
In the course of half an h;jur I i moved ijuiet'y around from
followed the wire to the pasture my hiding p.aoe and found lh«
fanoeinthe awamp, baanng ihr1 fork; tu^u i wtnt forward, Uugh-
bull bawling and growling «a i ji<>g, wiih it io my hand. Mver*
i u Marion «an there, lurm-d wiih a jump; bis jaw drop-
with hit tonga in hia h*n<J, ou p d, and Ih iaieu hard at me
the out aide of th«* fei.ce; an i tu wiibout speaking
bull and aome of My«r« a i tbur "Mr. Myera, mia aeema to be a
cattio were among ihr al-ltra aoa very gH)a couuivau«.e lor band ing
brakee on Ihn oin*>r aid , in tbe live win-a,'' i rema ked, riili
* f«w í ftrdí away. ! uughing. •'! nutioe, too, that you
"Don! touch the wire ol the k««-p l**tiandy here. Thia inat u
fence here! ' were M^rton'a tirri u h.I tue ewnueuoe that the elect rio
word to me. "Thfre'a a good ( mpauy wi.l need againat you lor
good deal of etrar elaclncilj tu , mj ,ty you have done."
around here. And i wanl yuu m Juanheu w<* be*rd aome one
obeerve," he oontinuml, ' now i Mppruacbing. It waa Mrrton.
cunning that old «inner im grown «U, cle Cy haa about aa gnod a
in bin iricka. \ ou aee 'hat itruid thio^' in th« w*y of t4 i.git aa you
Of barbed fence wiret 11 - luu rij . havt," I aa d, ^ahibiti'ug the fork
ped that off Iba poeta and carrird *ub ita 1 ng gia a bandis.
it up o?ar the power wire, an^ -J ku w mat be mu t have
then down into tbe grouud in lb*t something of tue aoitl" Mertoo
dump of aldera orer tbere >u iu<* , xcUim* d.
paature. Fully half ol our 0a> ! Mytra drew |urta hia tobacco
current i going dowu that wir. plug and bit olí a larga chew;
into tbe ground, and th* feuca J órobaüly he f it tbe need of it.
IIt waa ahrewd n ugh fully to
waa in limb >; but
i'U.d not Bay a wt/rd.^^^
wir for more than tbr«e bundieti
feet here ia atrongiy cbargtd. '
Merton reached up, aerurrd hold
of the wire with bia iuauialtug
tonga, and together we puiiea u :
hbIísh that h
► tul be
I |¿*ve tue gUa^bai'dled fork to
Mint n, and alt r looking at it,
wivn tnick horua and a broad,
u.1 k white face—mm Ujjly tempere i
ai.d daugcroua a biUiw aa ever
walkrd a paature. I at. hiug eight
oi or, he arched hi tuck, bawled
aygr« taire y, and made up to the
* lib, you would, wou^d you?"
exciaiuud Merlon. "Yuu wju.d
ilka lo gore ua, wouldn't you?
Well, ee how jou like the amell
of tbi^l" lie gripped the wire in
tne tonga and tbruel the ea<l of it
Uirougu the hnce. iuatautly the
bolt uiruat bi< uuae lu ii, h- >f to
noe« it coi.t*uiptuoua!y aa ds.
1 d • nut thtok thai lb* hr t-
ev« r kutw wlui bappeneU t > hitu
iáia iH'dv, Uor un* c«'uvuU.vr
ba<kwar>i jump, lurched ovr aid«>
*l*e and l*j u.ere all . k-aUil. lie
wa now a* quitt and p ac<ahle a
hu 1 < • one i. u.d wihii u> in e;.
I' ,atlb.y l«• ti h"a*l would have
r tuveteo cot at'l> u n^>or in g^it
navt be ii lea^acilaud, i aa <%e
beni w.iirtrua in naxr ug hu.;
• u M itvn *waiiK ovk ih> l nee
ail 1 i' uc i* d . I bu 1 *llh tbe wue
rtpeaUdly. Kve y u ;e he d. l n>
tu<* Oody pimptU foovut' i vel); b ¡I
it waa grivamatn, not hie. To
make a eur* thiu¿ of th«< r \eci-
tlon. w ' laid lio wire U ttio cer
ciat and allowed th" «urietit l>
paaa coulinuou .y tun ugh it.
"The hruie dir <rv«d hu lair,"
aaíd Murtón, 4 And now, if *f
pri ce<-d Joel right, we ma) b.- ahlw
to trap My< r-. Von mrr. te y> ur-
eelf in the uidt-ra here, i waul
)0U for a wi lúa . I will g«> up to
the lnrrnhi use and t«*ll Cy ihat hit
hull hia o.iui in ooii'a' l W.th a
wire tener, and lirada attention.
But 1 will not tell him ju*l where
the animal la. 1 will tlr n ai t rtf
•a if to go to C!ein nton, hut
come around brie ►oon. Mean-
time you watch and aee whether
Myera com direotly here or not.
■nd aeo what he dm when be
I cmoealed mjaelfin thehuahea.
^ ttbln lesa than twen*y miuntea
1 beard Myen oointnv- panting
and muttering to hiiueelf. II*
tt-tat have come tbf-re aa fttralght
know wnere to tind you."
W e bade him an ironical g >od
u.oruing and lelt him there—with
' He will not tr uble you again,
Merton," I remarked, n« we parted
ut m tnu road.
"1 gueae not." aaid ho. And
thus tar he haa not don ac.
<«• — -
Hrrt <t .v Windhauarn have jtiMt put
in .i larger atock of calicoe , flainiclii,
ele., tii4ii ativbody in llnricwou county
even *w b«-f >re.
Certainly vou don't want to tuffer
with (tv pr|>«ia. conatipation, aick
headache. mmIIow «kin and l<>*« of ap-
jH-tite. V< ii have never trun! DeWitt a
l.ittle Rarly Ki er* for thc e OOin-
jiiaint* or you would have t een cured,
rhey are «malí pill t>ut great reguia-
u r T. v. Murray.
Free Pill .
S rd ynur nddreaa to H. K.
H>irkl-n it Co , <"hicago, and g«t
a free aunóla box of Dr. King's
N"W Life I'í.If. A trial will con-
vince you of tlo-ir uierita. Thoae
pilN ar«> en*y in action and are
particularly affective in the cure
of c> natipation and aick headarhe.
For niilaila and liver trouhloa
th y have been proven in valuable.
I'hey are gnarante d to be vpr-
'erily frr« ironi every deleterious
aubdtanre nnd to he purely vegr-
talla. They «lo not wnnken by
• br notion, but by giving top to
Momarh and bowela greatly invig-
orHt" the ayatem. K «guiar ai««
J.'k: per boi. Sold by .Stone A
M'-rhnt .V Windhatmeiot' store 1ch I<h
like . wholesale e«tatilii«hineiit.
N'.> man <<r woman rail enjoy life or
arcompliih much hi thin world while
Nuflerinti from a torpid liver. De-
Witt") l.ittle K.irlv Winers, the pills
Hill that cleanse that organ, quickly.
T. V. Murray.
A Wnmlrrful IHtrntfrf.
Tin liut t|iinri« r of a rrntury
ill e«i er)rs in nnslirlnp.
Inn uono Ihul bate arroiii|tluhr<i more fni
liumaritty thmi that f.«rrl n«r oM rrmntv,
lirowiM' Irwi Itillem. llwfmMo eniiliiii
ii,,- yrrj flfliirllt* of pH*l licnllli. Mint tirilhffl
iitin woman or ohIM <'«n talo- it without
iteming the gtMlnt Iwarflt. For nail' t y
at ottv* S. Hitchcock. ilriia*t ti«, Caldwell, Te<
flab, cribo for the News Ciikonici e.
out of tbe giound and baul d u : he pu led tbe fence wire oil
hack to the tffnoe->tbe and ot u 1 pow< r wire wi.h it.
spilling a atreaui of fire at every. "Thia ie a good Inatruraent, Mr.
mu g it u ucb«d! j My re," a ud he. "I'll keep it-
'll e bull heard us there, and (0r I don't think rou will have
c.n.e through tbe burbea roariog ; any further uae far it." he added,
ai.o aabing hitnsflf. Ua waa a aignifioantly. "If you ahould-
g od u sed, oark-red Hereford buil, | wril, if you ahould, the aherill will
The popular l
HKHTOKINO ITS COLO* WliKN O HAT
aad proaaottnc tas growtk. It prmais
Dañaran, eleaaeiia the aealp, atopa On
kalr tailing aad la aura to pteaaa. Aak
your OruKVtat lor tL SS eaau aad H.oa
kept in a home islt sentinel to keep
sickness out The pleasant flavor of
Ginger agreeably tones its more ac-
tive remedial properties, and when
used it imparts new energy to the vital
system, improving the blood, increas-
ing nutrition, and overcoming morbid
and diseased conditions. To the many
feeble and sick, and especially mothers,
who have suffered long from nervous
and physical debility, Parkkr's Ginger
Tonic will prove of lasting benefit
Reaching the vital parts, it revives
the heart power and increases the
strength, while it dispels pain and over-
comes the nervous tension and mor-
bid disorders that cause the distress.
Indigestion and all the horrors it in-
duces are subdued by it, and its cor-
rective action on the system has made
it eminently successful in lung troubles,
colds and wasting diseases. 50c &$L
To your l>est in-
terests and buy your
Drugs, Books, Paints, Etc.
asea Of a a a a
T. V. Murray.
He keeps the l>est
selected and largest
stock of the above
jjoods to l e found in
Burleson county and
in many things you
can sUve as much as
25 per cent, by do-
ing your business
lie intends tfoing
out of the Paint
business, and when
you want paints,
oils, or anything of
the kind, if von will
call to see him, he
will save you the
dealer's profit on
sell you a
it for 5
No druyf store in
Texas keeps a nicer
line of Perfumery
than he does.
"Oueen He*;s" is
tin* kind that leads
Should not be over-
The water used in
filling preHi-ripthwiN at
inv Drug- Stor*- is dis-
tilled, and I use a Tor-
sion scale, the tinest
made, and none l>ut the
very highest class of
druffs are used by us in
tions, and you will find
my charges are reason-
able, and tin- work ac-
curately done by a drugf-
g-ist who understands
T. V. Murray.
Have you acrn the job work we
sie now turning out? Von can't
beat it snywhere.
One amall botila of Hall'a Ureal
Diaoovery enrea all Kidney and JJlad-
dar froublea, rumo van gravel, eurea
Diabetea, Haminal Emmiaaioua, Weak
and Lame Bucka, and all irregulan-
ilea ol the Kidneva and Bladder, in
both men and women, ltegulatea
Bladder Troublea in Children. If not
aold by your druggint, will be *eut by
mail on rectipt of $1. One amall bot-
tle is two moniha* treatment and will
cure any caac above mentioned.
E. W. HALL, Sole Manufacturer,
P. O. Box 218, Waco, Tes
STONE a HITOHOOCK,
OcntlemeoI have btwa a sufferer from
kidney uud bladder trouble* (or u number of
a many Ulnd* ol
medicine, but I derived more benettt from
the use of one liottle of Halls' Oreat IMhtov-
ery bought from you. than from anythlnic 1
havo ever u*ed. I recomnicnd It U> liny one
HUfferlna from kidney and bladder trouble.
„ „ Wa. Urtmkr,
Brymer, Tex., April SI. 1887.
I Haul Freight
Not only that, but my
chargfes for such work are
very reasonable. I want every-
body's hauling-, but as there are
others in the same fix I will be
satisfied with a reasonable share.
W. I. Heslep.
The Nkw8 Chponiclk now i a>
a thoroughly equipped job ciffiae
and will turn out your work in.
aatf la tharaanN at aeMaaaS
la aekaawladaad t o be the moat ihonwli cora for
Naaal CaUrrE.Cold la Bead and Bay Vaver of aU
nmniltoa It open* aad alaaaaaa the niual paatagea*
,heala the aoree, pro-
i reatotaa the t
inn * Co.
baaatlfallr lUnatntad. lima draalaUoa at
Book ok PaTaura aaotfNeTAddrMa
MUNN A CO.,
Sel Broadway. Maw York.
Hitm U. Kutrstliilc.
J. P. Mclver
Rag8dale & Mclver,
Attorneys and Coassellors at Lav
par Will practice In all court# In .lurle-
aon county. Tex .s. iíikI In District court of
the 22nd Judlclnl OUtrlct ami liNtrlct and
Federal courts In the «tato anywhere.
J. H. FUOSS,
.. . Dealer In . ..
Watch Worfc a Specialty. No Charco for Ea*
aravina oa Oood I Soil.
Your House is Rotten
And falling down unless you built it out of good solid
lumber, so when you get disgusted with that kind of mate-
rial and get ready to build a new house or repair the old
one, you want lumber that will not play you such tricks.
The only place in Caldwell to get such lumber, and at
reasonable prices is at
Jeiik ins Jenkins,
The Low Priced Lumber Dealers.
Good Bargains are Scarce,
But if that is what you are looking for, we can accommodate you,
because we can sell you clothing, hats, caps, boots, shoes, notions,
etc., cheaper than anybody can steal them. Give us a trial and we
will mighty quick prove this to you.
Thos. Klraitchar Son.
I have a few Buggies, Buc^boards
ar)d HacRs left on t)ar)d that I will sell
at actual cost.
Now is your chance if you want a
Come early and get first choice,
J. D. STOKES
b the enrntlal principle of
Health. When alfictca with
Fruptions. White Swellings, Loss
of Energy, Weakness, Catarrh,
your Blood is impure and you
need • • • • •
Severas Blood Purifier.
The best and motl elfcctlve
Blood purifying medicine.
FOR 3ALE AT
FOR ALL PUNS
Rheumatic or Neuralgic,
Swellings, Cramps, Lum-
St Gothard's Oil
the BEST of all LINIMENTS.
CURBS QUICK and PERMANENT.
Price, SOc. ¡
\AI, F* SEVERA, Cednr Rapldn, lowo.
For miIp by S^onp & IIitclirock.
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Rust & Joiner. The Caldwell News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1897, newspaper, September 24, 1897; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169171/m1/5/?rotate=270: accessed June 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.