Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, April 18, 1902 Page: 5 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
i-...' ■ 'imf !• ■ >
...people you Know...
-Sift VQbat 5bc? are ®olna-
The Junior Camp Hunters
have gone this week on their
regular annual camp hunt, pic-
nic, frolic, etc. On account of
the heavy rain Saturday night
nday and the threatening
weather, they decided to not at-
Sam Minor, of Lyons, was in
the city Monday.
Tom Carter, of Lyons, was in
the city Wednesday.
Mis Nellie Hunt left Sunday
for a month's visit in Rosebud.
Robert Collier, of Mumford,
came in Saturday and was visit-
ing relatives till Monday.
Mr . Harry Hudson returned
Wednesday "from Waco, since
which timé she han been ill.
Will Carroll, who has been in
Houston and Beaumont about a
week, returned Friday night.
Will JSarthman and family, of
Hookerville. were visiting the
family of Clyde Clark Monday.
J. P. Buchanan. John Matbis
and R. J. Swearingen. <>( Brcn-
ham, were in the citv this week.
Mrs. < i cu. lirfitsüeld leases
today for Cameron to vi ii her
sister. Mrs. li. M. Witnberly.
Mrs. Ford Brandenburg, <>i
Lampasas, cam o in I' ridav and i-
visiting the family <>l her father,
T. F. Hudson.
Rev. H. R. Kimbter left Mon-
day for Austin to attend the
Sunday school convention in
seshioo in that city.
Miss Jessie Womack returned
Monday night from a week «pent
with relatives and friends in
Galveston and Houston.
Mrs. T. O. Gorman leaves
this week for Stephenville to
visit Mr*. Hunt Perry nee Miss
Alice Nicholson, formerly of this
Misses Jo Rowland and Mamie
j Dalton, of Fnnis, and (iussie
; Caldwell, of Cameron, came in
this week to attend the camp
Sam Murray, of Plain view,
Hale county, who attended the
i lumbermen's convention at Hous-
ton last week, came in Friday
to visit his father's family and
: other relatives and friends, and
left Monday for his home.
Charlie King, who is with the
Thompson iV Tucker Lumber
Company, of Willard, Texas,
was m Houston last week repre-
senting his tirm at the lumber-
men's convention in that city,
and came to this citv Wednes-
day of la t week to visit friends
and relative-.. He returned to
f AlAl WHICH ON 1HI ft. B. Y. F. I. Stereopticoo Sho*.
tminrrr 14 11*>* Killed and two fire-
man <ad BrofaMUMi J. I. l>. «o
Stindav morning at 2 •■>'(. lock a
doutde header train of •'«- empty
cattle cars w;i- thrown from the
track seven mil*-* ea*t of Brown-
uusl. by a tie being placed
across the tra k.
Both engines and twenty-two
of the cattle car* left the tra« k
and most tlf them Weiv
Engineer Kd Li ins %va.s .«.tnn-t
instantly killed, and tM>th fire-
men and iirukeman .1. 1-. Dean
vtpre very I . «1:v > « . .•!<<!. li i-
feared Mr. Dean cannot recover.
Mr. Dean is a son of Mrs. \N
A. Hill and a brother of Mr*. A.
W. Sale, both of this city. Mrs.
Hill went t.> Temple last Mon-
day to attend Mr. Dean who is
in the railroad hospital at that
place. Mr. and Mrs. Sale went
to Temple Tuesday.
When it was discovered that
Engineer Kd Liens was pinned
down under hi-* engine, Mr.
Dean, although already nearly
fatally burned, undertook to
rescue Kims by pulhug him out
from under the engine. As Mr.
Dean pulled at him. the skin
and flesh of the palms of Ins
hands ««lipped otT and stuck to
Limn arms. It seems very re-
markable that a man could s<.
forget his own pain and suffer-
Clto-Gur.i Cur tdraclie.
Scan:v. Teasi*. Mv lillk cirl suf-
fered front Karachi. I tried varum-
remedir, without eftetl * itot iil.i
guve in tant r^ln-f. and wcnitd ;«j j 1 i -
cation cured her. A. Skakiv.
The Commissioners'court this
week let contracts for throe new
bridges to cost S2.225.UO, all to
be finished this fall.
The bridges are to be as fol-
lows: One over Koppe's bayou
on Lyons and Clay road; one
over Chance's bayou on Tunis
and Hryan road; and one over
Deep Creek on Caldwell and
Mound Prairie road.
The (leo. K. King Bridge
Company was the lowest bidder
and secured the contract.
A Bltsftftlno to thr, Pimple,
Mr. J. J. Conway, of Hraio* county.
**y«: "I suffered from a severe cn*e
a' cramping in my stomach and dysen-
tery. One doM of Clto-Ourn gave me
relief in 30 minuten, and two dose*
Cured me. It' a (detain*; to people
who miff or as I did. 45-tf
Monday. Tuesday and Wednes-
day nights Caldwell was treated
to a very excellent show in the
way of stereopticon and kineto-
scope. by Dr. DeWalt Norton.
Several song* were also ably
rendered by local talent. "Hello,
Central," Monday night, "A
Bird in a Gilded Cage," Tues-
day night, and "Sing Me a Song
of the Sunnv South," and Thr
li« l\ i'n v, " Wednesday night,
beuig particularly well received.
Mrs. Brandenburg, of Lampasas,
was kind enough to render "The
I lot \ ( it v," Wednesday night, to
a highly appreciative audience.
The entertainment was under
the auspices and for the benefit
ot tin- B. V. 1\ I . We undei-
stand the result financially was
Tlii'v never did fail: thrv never will
fail. What * i'heat ha tu* Laxative Tali-
UM-. li re .i cold at. <<uce. t arry
them tu s<>ur vent jmeket Alway*
ready. (¿uarautei-<t Price 25 cent .
Notice to Patroni .
Mr. T. II. Brewer, who now
has charge of our yard, is a prac-
tical carpenter and builder, and
at aov time you need informa-
tion call on him. He will cut
vou patterns for rafters, or as-
sist you in any way possible.
Ji skins Ar J in k ins.
I he C onfederate Reunion.
Caldwell will be well repre-
sented at the Confederate Ve-
nn ion at Dallas next week. The
list of those going is as follows:
Wm. Lehdenml daughter, Miss
Km ma. R. G. Broaddus, L. L.
Stuart, .1. B. McArthur, W. I!.
Jenkins. Pom Farmer, Joe
Farmer, Rev. R. T. Hanks and
wife, from Caldwell; A. II. Ad-
ams. Dr. M. M. Mvers, Col. F.
M. Griffin, from Lyons.
Miss Clare Matthews, who
was recently elected sponsor for
the local chapter Fnited Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy, will
also leave Monday for Dallas to
: attend the reunion and after-
! wards to visit a week or two
with friends in that city.
, . ,
Boahukks Wanii.d:- Have
nice rooms, and board for four
I to live. Apply at once.
4.S-tf Mxs. L. J. Hi-TNsi.ui:.
( ramm's Tape Worm Kxter-
minator is a guaranteed cure.
One dose will remove any worm.
See Cha . Gramm at Murray's.
tempt to go to the Yegua bot-
tom, where they originally in-
tended jroing, but went to
Buffalo Camp Ground instead.
The party is composed of the
jolliest, fun loving people of the
town, accompanied by several
couples of the same sort of
young married people, and every
thing promises one of the most
successful "hunts" ever held
There are several jovial spirts
from other towns here in at-
tendance, and with daily excur
sions of people from town who
couldn't go and camp, there is a
pretty good sized crowd there
most of the time as well as a
very jolly one.
T he "hunt" ends today on ac-
count of there being many clerks
in the number who must be on
Better Than Pills.
The question has been asked, " In
what way are Chamberlain'* Stomach
and Liver Tablets superior to pills?
'>ur answer is They are easier and
more pleasant to take, more mild and
gentle in effect and more reliable as
they can always be depended on. Then
! they cleanse and invigorate the stom-
ach and leave the bowels in a natural
I condition, while pills are more harsh
i in effect and their use is often follow-
i en by constipation. For sale by all
Last Sunday at the home of
the bride's parents, Frank Fitz-
gerald and Miss Melissa Haddox,
daughter of Tom Haddox, were
united in marriage by Rev. W.
Our prices on sash, doors, and
blinds, paralyze competition.
Jenkins & Jin kins.
Spring Arid Summer.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, MIL-
LINERY, HATS, GENTS' PURNISHING
GOODS, NOTIONS, EMBROIDERIES.
GET THE RIGHT OOODS AT THE RIGHT
PRICE AT THE RIGHT PLACE.
It was repeatedly rumored on
the streets here this week that
Hollie Wilkinson, who went from
here to Beaumont recently, was
missing and had been killed.
A telephone message to a
brother of his who is also work-
ing in Beaumont revealed the
fact that he was alive and well.
All repair work guaranteed
by J. P. Philp, Cromartie build-
It is extravagance to buy poor
lumber. You get the bisst at
Jenkins & Jenkins.
tities of old
yam" potatoe slips. Notify
this office of quantity and date
you can furnish.
If you want your watch cleaned
and repaired go to J. P. Philp,
Cromartie bnilding. All work
Eucaline is without an equal.
1WIIS-TEXI8 TELENME ft,
Service Day and Night. Call lone
distance and save needles delay on
shipments of goods.
J. LOUIS QIDDINGS, Manager.
MAJORITY of the people
know that in addition to
a full line of watches, clocks and
everything pertaining to the jew-
elry line, we have added a com-
plete stock of confections, and
the only first-class soda fountain
ever brought to the city. We
are prepared to offer you strictly
pure ice cream and delicious cold
soda at all hours.
MILE, JEHUS (JEHUS
f <f Do You Like Nice Thirvgs
'r* to Eat ?
Following is a partial list of the
I strictly high grade goods we are car-
rying in stock:
Fresh Canned Meats:
Plum Pudding, Melrose Pete, Boneless
Chicken, Lunch Tongue, Beef hash.
Swift's Meats: Hams, Breakfast Bacon
and Boneless Ham. ^ - u.s.wsp'o
lieinz's Preserves: Cherries, Straw-
berries, Pineapple, Peaches.
Hardware: Water Filters and Coolers.
Wornble. Jenkins & Jenkins.
Here’s what’s next.
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.
Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, April 18, 1902, newspaper, April 18, 1902; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169385/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.