Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, November 23, 1900 Page: 1 of 14
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OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY.
CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1900.
A Nappy M«rri«qe.
Mr. John Stefka and Miss
Rohíc Trcalek were married at
the home of the bride's father,
■¿our miles northeast of Caldwell,
Tuesday. The attendants were:
Joe Trcalek and Fannie Mrrtu-
«tik, Frank Mrnustik and Matil-
da Trcalek, Robert Schwoda and
Annie Siptak. Willie Macat and
Hcttie Schweda, l'Vank Drjfac
and Fannie Mikeska, Frank
Stefka and Phussy Stefka.
A large crowd of friends were
present, and were furnished
with music, flowers and plenty
to eat and drink.
The presents were many, rich
We wish for the young couple
much happiness and prosperity.
The shoo sale is on at James .
Io Close Next Thursday.
The following business houses
will close Thanksgiving day:
J. F. Cobb, J. W. Jenkins, ().
1 . Storm, Cal ves ton Dry Goods
Co., J. H. Truax, Win. Reeves
c* Co., W. M. Hell, J. D. Stokes,
Womble, Jenkins & Jenkins, J.
A. Cray, V. T. l'ieper, J. H.
Alexander, T. (). Gorman, G. K.
James, Riley-Snook & Co., 11. H.
Daily, J. D. Hunt, W. T. Wom-
ble, A. F. G ra bow, Ponce &
Paint! Pulnt! Paint!
We have just received a large
assortment of mixed paints,
white lr.nl, oils, turpentine, etc.,
and will quote you right prices
on good goods.
] S-t í jKNKINStV J I N K INS.
JESSE W. JENKINS,
+ THE JEWELER. *
Watches and Clocks ——
An excellent line oí handsome Gold Watches
in Gent's and Ladies' sizes. Cases the best
made, and Elgin, Waltham or any other
celebrated movement. A full line of good
clocks Mantel, Wall or Alarm Clocks.
A pretty assortment of Silverware made up
in the latest and neatest styles, consisting
of Sugar Shells, Berry Sets, Soup Ladles,
Cream Ladles, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings,
Tomato Servers, Pic Knives, Etc.
Silver Novelties —
In these Goods you will find many little arti*
clcs both useful and ornamental, as tea bells,
Blotters, Darners, Letter Seals, Shoe Horns.
Manicure and Button Hole Scissors and
Tooth aad Nail Brushes.
on short notice,
I am now pre-1
pared to fit your
eyes with glasses
I have full trial ease of
. Satisfaction guaranteed.
All goods purchased from me will be en"
graved free of charge. Remember mc
when yon v.ant firstclass repairing done,
and look over my goods before buying
anything in the jewelry line.
JESSE W. JENKINS,
On Sunday, December •>, 1 WO,
Caldwell Camp No. l'i'J, W. (>.
W., will, with appropriate cere-
monies, unveil the handsome
monument erected by the order
at the grave of Sovereign J. M.
Iladdox, at Harmony cemetery.
Recitations and several songs
by a quartet added to the beau-
tiful unveiling ceremony of the
order will make the occasion a
very interesting and impressive
The camps at Brenham, Bur-
ton and Giddings have been
invited to participate and an in-
vitation is extended to the pub-
lic to attend. A full program
of the occasion will be given
The W. < >. W. erects a hand-
some monument over every de-
ceased member and these tokens
of remembrance now stand ail
«•ver America, a> well as in
Cuba, I'orto Rico and the Phil-
ippines. This is the first one
ever erected by the Caldwell
Best Prescription for Malarial
i'hills and !•'. v«>r i«. a hut tie "f tirnve's
1 .istHe-.- i luí! T<uii> . It is .dimply
iri'ii ami quinine in a tastele-.-. form.
N<« cure, no pay. I'nee 50 cent*.
F AG AN'S. FAGAN 'S.
Three powerful attractions this month will be the spec-
ial low prices made on Ladies' Capes, Men's Clothing and
the entire assortment of Shoes.
If you buy $25.00 worth you will get absolutely free ait
elegant Rocking Chair worth $3.50, at FAGAN'S.
Will You Pay Now?
We now need is.Vi.55 to com-
plete the $1000 undertaken for
the George Home Fund. There
are unpaid pledges more than
sufficient to complete the amount.
1 hope all who have pledged will
make every possible effort to pay
within the next few days. If you
do not happen to see me leave
money with J. C. Womble. We
have bought property in Belton
at SI OCX), and it is hardly right
that one person should carry
this balance when others have
not paid amounts promised.
Jim 1). Ray,
Treas. George Home Fund.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative I i romo Quinine Tab-
let*. All druggist refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove'.* Mg-
nature >>n each box. 2.;cts.
Oyster Supper Tonight.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church will give ail
oyster supper tonight in the old
Reeves building. The proceeds
of the supper arc to be used to
paint the church and to make
some needed repairs.
The oysters will be served as
early as 5:30 in the evening so
that all may have a chance to at-
Everyone is invited to come,
and young men are expected to
accompany not less than two
young ladies- provided.
Little spell* of fever, little chill so
Make the mighty graveyard and the
A little of Cheatham'* Chill Tonic,
taken now and then.
Make.* the handsome women and the
BETTER THAN A CIRCUS!
and Pony Show.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
300 Dogs, Ponies asid Elephants.
Lerger aisd Better Than Ever.
Herd of Baby Elephants.
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• FREE Pony Rides Given Gliildrai filter Eacli Performance.
SEE GRAND STREET PARADE.
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We Will Be Closed Thursday, tl
WE. m SUPPLIED WITH IHE.W ftND FRE
Rolled Oats, Cream of Wheat, Snow Flake Cracl
W afers. Jersey Toast, Graham Flour, heinz's H
in Sauce, Pickles, Can Meats, Pigs Feet, Oran
Apricots, Citron, Seeded Raisins, Currants, ar
else for the table. 'Phone or send us your order
WE WILL GIVE YOU PROHPT D
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German, S. Houston. Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, November 23, 1900, newspaper, November 23, 1900; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169315/m1/1/: accessed April 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.