The Caldwell News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1897 Page: 6 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
Hallway Time Cord.
• • • ..•••••«•«••••••••
.It:* a. I
.... 1:41 p. I
.. .11; a. i
. .11:10 e. I
Mil Parktr of Bryan was In town
Mias Ida Whittington returned
Wedneeday from Beaumont.
Mias Mamie Wilton returned
home from Navaaota last week.
Miaa Belle Jenkina ia viaiiing
bar aiatcr, Mra. Barnatt, of Bren>
Mre. E H. Bainett of Branbam
la viaiting the family of her father,
W. H. Jtnkina.
Mra. Morria L. Womack, of
Hooaton, is viaiting her parents,
Dr. and Mis. J. W. Matthews.
The young people of the eity
had an entertainment al the resi-
dence of T. F. Hudson Tuesday
J. F. Cobb prominently dis-
pleya his wsree and pi ices on our
first psge this week. The ad is
Misa Henría Adkine on, who has
bsen visiting relatives in Houston
tot the pan six weeks, returned
J, D. Rowland haa moved his
billiard room to the buildiag va-
cated by T. F. Hudson and the A.
T. Hudson stock of goods.
T. F. Hudsin has moved his
office and the A. T. Hudson stock
of goods to the building recently
▼■seated by the Alford meat mar-
It ie getting to be a familiar
eight to eee our lettera, coming via
New Orleans, ell perforated with
email holea for fumigating pur-
Jeese Jenkins has moved hie
jewelry shop into the building
vacated by J. D. Rowland's bil-
liard parlor. He has ul jo put in a
stock of jewelry, docks, watebe?,
John L. Kewcomb, one of Bur-
leson county's pioneer settlers,
gave ue a pleesant call last Satur-
day. Mr. Newcomb saja cotton
in bia neighborhood ia entirely
We would call the attention of
o«r readers to the ad of the enter-
prising and well-known Fagan on
(fee eighth page ol this istu*. Hi«
new good* are still ooming in and
It will pay yen to eee them.
Tho v eather in th'a neck of the
woods has undergone a nco-t «ron
derful change in the last tvo weeks.
We are now enjoying cool nigh*
and oool days. Wo can now l ep
all night long.
Why is it a man would prefer get-
ting a poor, scrawny, measly, good-
lor-no thing newspaper for $1.00,
rather than a good, live, home-en-
terpriee paper for 50c moreT We
found euoh a man the other day,
Come arcund and see samplre of
the job work we are turning out
now and gst our prices. Put in an
order for a sufficient amount of
printing to run you several months
and get the bent fit if a reduction
All my olothing, men's fuita,
boys suits, men's Bundsy pants
and every day pacte will be cloied
out at oost. Auction s le or not,
but the spot csah must come. No
hook keeping in this sale. The
Jannett'a New York Store.
Herbal A Windaneen bought their
immense «took of fall guud before
the Diii|fU*> bill took effect and were
•hipped in o a to take advantage oí
«fee cut freight rate.
Morgan, the grocer, furnUhe you
«eed hulla at bed rock price . Bee
Laat 8unday morning soma of
our young people gave a spirited
illuetration of the old aaying that
"Love laugha at looksmithe."
Koreomc time past Theodore
Broaddua and Miaa Mattle Teague
of Beoond creek aetüement hare
been convinced of the neoeeaity of
joining their bcarte, hande and
fortunee in the holy bonde of mat
rimony, but found very strong op
position on the part of the young
Indy'e lather, who probably had
other ideaa lor his daughter, or
thought he had, and declared he
would never spssk to either of
them sgain if they ehou!d euoceed
in getting married.
Of oouree all this was liks blow
ing against a January norther so
far ss the youog folke were con
cerned. They wanted to marry
and only waited for the opportun
ity to do eo. Lest Sunday wee the
About 10 o'clock in the morning
Theodore and Ike Broaddus,
brotbere, end their cou-io, An-
drew Broaddue snd Robert Addi-
son, left town in a hack on the
Deanville road. They bed a balky
horse, so they ha I a nic* timo.
They finally turned hack to the
left and weut to the Second ere* k
settlement to the residenoa < f
Henry Autrey where the joung
ladv waa found anxioualy awaitii g
their arrival. She joined the party
and they rapidly hustlsd away
toward Rev W. X. Jemes' resi-
dence. They happened to And
the reverend gentleman on the
road going home.
When the situation was ex-
plained to Mr* James, he taw the
neoeeeity for immediate action and
turned around in tbe road aod
without getting out of his caniage
marrisd lbs young people.
The young oouple are at ^r< •
ent tiring with the groom's fat hi r,
H. C. Broaddua of Second cretk,
but will soon move to our c ty
where the young grntlemiu is eu
gaged in oonducting a short or«lt r
lunch house n« xt door to tie po*4.-
We understand there are airead,
symptoms of a detire for reconcili-
ation on the part of the father.
Following ie a It t of l**.t re rt. |
maining uncalled fU in the C4ld
well poetoffice for tbe pest week.
Pleaae eay "advertised" whin call-
ing for them.
B. F. OKI.AMATBa, P. M
Jackson, L<Ia Rwd, Mies E.
I s—11 out my fancy (bina ware
si actual oost, u< ti >n or no stir-
tion bat ths spot cash must oome.
No book keeping intbeee salee.
Tbs Jannett's New York Btore.
Ie the weather too hot for j ouT
If you don't like it go to Morgan
the grocer and get eny kind of a
cold drink yon want at 5o.
CHURCH none El.
Baptist Cburcb, Rev. Jeff D.
Ray, pastor—Suuday School at
11:30 a. m. Preachtrg at 11 r. m.
and 8 p. m. every Sunday. Prsyer
meeting eveiy W. dnreday at 8 p.
m. Young men's prayer meeting
at 8 p. m. Tuesday evening.
There are three items of Boy '
Clothing in my this week's ad on
first psge of this pap*r that have
not ooms to ber.d yet, hut I am
expecting them every day. With
this exoeption I have now in stock
erery item adr* rtissd.
J. F. Com .
JRm nd Bo/ Undtrwar.
If you need any underwear call
on ue first—you savs money by
doirg so. Ws oat the kuife into
them co deep that yon can't help
J he Ja mett's Nsw Yotk Store.
Caldwell haa an Industry right
in bar midst that any city in
Texaa might well be proud of. It
ia an lnduatry auch aa every town
in the Booth ought to have, and
ought to have plenty of l-tt-in a <.
It usee proóuc.s raised rigut t.«r>,
and keepe the money and producía
profits, labor and all, rigbt at
The enterprise we refer to is the
pecking factory of Bernftt &
Nelms. This firm recently pur
chseed the other market belonging
to H. Alford, and sines doing so
have added innumerable improve-
ments to their premises. They
have built a new barbecue pit.
have added ten leet in width tbe
whele length of their dining abed,
have put in new machinery, new
bend", and have bought the Win-
dell herd of over two hundred fat
Thia firm turna out ss nice
meat as can be found anywhere,
and are able to tell it eooeidtrably
cheaper than the fancy meets
which are freighted 'rom Tesas to
the northern pscktry and then
freighted back sgain. Tbeir turns
snd shoulders, «specislly, sre ex-
ceedingly sweet flavored.
Thty are eerving tb« ir on*tom
er* now with fra h hot barb* cued
rotate every d«y in the week and
a'eo serve hot toff«e. You o%n
get a4 good a lunch tb«re aa at
a'moet any ordinary restauraran .
They ate k lling n? b ef now
bu*. calves, and they are the v*ry
We would recommend that in
buying cured meats our r«ador<i
■ i i hi
Should aak for kMMorcl goode
—everything cica being equal.
Don't eend your money away from
home whan you oan gat juat aa
good an article risht hare.
4 ffeeere/ Cbmaiag Up.
Slice the yt llow f «ver scare took
possstslon of the whole populeea
from Florida to Califtrnia and
from Louisiana to Ohn, our city
autboritiee have gotten a great
rush on themee've* and have made
2r-at progreee in their work. Aa
a niattar of lsct tht work «>< in
progreee before the yellow fever
started, but it eo happened that
no vieible progreee waa made until
ab>ut a week ago.
The victima of the road tax are
doii g the labor of putting down
two airings of twelve-inoh eewer
pipe. This improvement doe
away with one of the fouleet, fever
breeding, fou!- melling gutter in
the state of Texas— the woo leu*
lin d getter running in front of
Dr. Oliver's office, the Chinese
Uundry aod Mr. To n Farmer's
Tbe other string "f sewer wss
hsdly Leaded, but notaoaariouslr.
It was put in il n<Hde O W
Johnston's furniture atore.
We underatand that private
capital hss be n drew* o. for part
payment f s >ms of this srork.
Altogether the dty ia cleaning
up wonderfully and taking every
precaution against fever of all
Dr. Mica' Nervine
Effects of Tobacco*
Dv>ea your storr-pipe emtk ?
Why the dickens don't you t ull-
a brick flue? Long wr II A Marre)
have the brick—home m«de. 15tf
I by yeaassaae Is always lejartoeaaae
Mr. HL C. BbHtt, enepoaltor on tbe Ooetre-
Oaste Siw,Martlaoa,Cel., erlteet "Ikaw
BMd Dr. MUee* BaetasaUve Herrlae aa4 ie-
oaived lecb baesll IteHi. IwaataeebM
«Mb eanwaean—>. dlny ap*lU ead il—al«ai
I b j tbe eaa oí tobeceo aatl tHkm-
I look Dr. MUas* HwtIm with ner-
Ttioulj good iwiilti. alia jrlnf (ha dlvlasM,
qetolac «be tama, aad aasbltaa mm a
sleep aod reel, arovtes la wtf eaee a very
- nr. Mile.' -
to tie |
eede* eecb etrmiiaacee. Ita
anwid by oU druc-
noder a poalUfe
eaee of tbebeartoa
terree freo. Addfee
na. MiLaa nnoicax oo, xubart. tea
for Pilca: al-
eo ource Can-
On«- b-ii of nir Wa| j* *iu>rie* will core
IDT COJM- Addre<>* Dr. A. A. Allen.
0 Dosee la Boa, $0. i Ottawa. Kaa.
U'AMTKI Tre«i«r rtby «<) ten.
" • r* llwttn I,- «r ' f-
i'Mf. I ..Ml In Hurl, n i >iunl|,
T^« ft. *. *>« ,! ("•••"
tk-x •l «t|l. Koi'Iiim avlf-wl-
lirr.wl «Ian p><l rnr, U p« Tkr ItcMnftlU'MI
IViwpMr. I^lk W t ■'
From St. I.ouis and this day ho^in receiving
Selection from the Latest Productions of Fall ^
and Winter Novelties.
Dress Goods, Trimmings ¡ Notions.
Hcrmsdorf Monarch lllack Hosiery.
Capes, Caps, Sailors, Kid Cloves
and Fine Shoos.
Every Thing to Wear!
Store pull prom 3
Basement to Skylight. J
i ' *
The clerks have instructions to see that no
lower prices are made in Texas than at ■■
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
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/m1/6/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.