Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS* JANUARY 2, 1903.
The city council at its last
meeting accepted the |>lan of
Architect Watson, of Aimtin, for
the new school building, and will
possibly make a few alterations
in the plans before the contract
is let. The questions of the lo-
cation is now the bugbear of the
councilmen, as several proposi-
tions are before t<bem on the
new location offered, as well as
some advantages to be gained
by building on the same lot.
The new location under con-
«¡deration is the property of C.
S. Williams just southeast of
Dr. Gorman's place. The block
is 300x300, and W. H. Hundley
owns 100-foot lot in same. Mr.
Williams offers his part for $550,
which is a very low valuation,
and Mr. Hundley offers his for
9200. Mr. Williams has also of-
fered to swap even his property
for the present location and
bouse, or to allow $300 cash for
the old building alone. There
is a question an to whether the
people desire the school house
moved and as to whether the
old building might not be worth
a great deal if the new one
were built on the same prooerty.
Altogether, it is a very knotty
problem, and the next meeting
of the council which occurs next
Monday night, will attempt to
come to some conclusion regard-
ing the different propositions of
Mr. Williams states that his
propositions will all be with-
drawn in ten days after the
meeting, as he has made a
special offer on his land, and
will not sell it for that after that
date, as there are several lots
spoken for at a considerably
Salt pork is a famous old-
fashioned remedy for con-
sumption. "Eat plenty of
pork," was the advice to the
consumptive 50 and 10c
Salt pork is good if a man
can stomach it. The idea
behind it is that fat is the
food the consumptive needs
Scott's Emulsion isthemod-
ern method of feeding fat to
the consumptive. Pork is ton
rough for sensitive stomachs.
Scott's Emulsion is the most
refined of fats, especially
prepared for easy digestion.
Feeding him fat in this
way, which is often the 0 >'y
way, 1; half the battle, but
Scott';; Emulsion does more
th an that. There is some-
thing about the combination
of cod liver oil and hypophos-
phites i-i Scott's Emulsion
that puts new life into the
w*ak parts and has a special
action on the dLcu*cd lungs.
A sample will be
mix free upon request.
Be •ur« that thS pidan la
lh« lotm tA a ULkI i, on lh«
wra|«*r aI tvtry bolt l« «I
F.muUton ' "U Uiy.
49 Pmrt St. N. V.
j/oc. and f i; «II druggbrts.
The South Texas Collegiate
and Industrial Institute, which
is to be built by an organized
move among the colored people
of this section, is an institution
that could probably be secured
for Caldwell by a little work
right at this time.
The organization of the col-
ored people for this purpose
met first at Brenham, on No-
vember 27, and the second meet-
ing occurred in that city on De-
cember 20, at which meeting a
board of managers was ap-
pointed to secure offers for a
location and to decide on this
point. Offers are already before
this board from Brenham and
Irom Somerville. but several
members are in favor of locat-
ing the school at Caldwell, if
any advantages can be secured;
This is intended to be con-
ducted along the same lines as
the industrial work of Booker
j T. Washington, and for this
| purpose it is desired to get
j about 100 acres of land a mile
or two from town, on which to
erect their building and carra-
ón the agricultural and indus-
trial work. This school would
probably be quite an addition to
the business of the town, as
it is estimated that as soon as
fairly started the attendance
would average from 1<M) to 150,
and the average expense of a
student at school is never less
than $15 per month, making at
least $1500 to $2000 per month
in cash that would nearly all be
spent at Caldwell from students
alone, besides a great deal of
money that would be donated to
the school, and which would be °' ''l'u VVI" ,H" mo\ed
to Madisonvdle, where the busi-
ness will be carried on by Sol
When you want medicines or drugs you; are
never in h position to take any chances by
experimenting with medicines just because
you can buy them cheap. You want pure
drugs, and you want to know they are
fresh and pure. When you buy of ih vou
always leel perfectly satisfied with the goods.
Stone ft Hitchcock
Begin me New Year Right
Treat your merchant right and you can be
sure he will treat you right. Remember the
merchant must live as well as yourself.
Bring us your trade and you will get right
treatment all the year.
WOMBLH JENKINS & JENKINS
WW Msve to Msdisoaviile.
Next week the dry goods
mostly expended here.
I). Porter and Kev. Sledge, of
Caldwell, are on the board of
managers, which consists of
nine members, and they have
expressed their desire to have
an offer submitted from Cald-!that Madisonville will be a good
well, and it would seem wise t<mn' ani* t^1at >,uniruss Wl" ,,c
that the Business Men's league 'lui,e K°°íl lht:rc thÍH vt'ar N,r'
take up the matter at once, as it Levl and h,H fa,r',!>' ha*1' bren
is one that comes under their,
Levi for the present, and the
family will go in . short tune, or
perhaps as soon as the railroad
reaches that town. It is thought
in Caldwell for many years and
will be missed bv everyone, but
the best wishes of all will follow-
immediate jurisdiction, and that
some' kind of proposition be
made, if this enterprise is de- ,hrm to ,hc,r ncvv
sired, at once. building now occupied by Mr.
! Levi will probably be occupied bv
Irregular bowel movement* lead tt«i'^r' I ruax with his saddlery
chronic constipation. Prickly Aah and harness business as soon as
cock, Special Agenta.
tfet Nit Varm tM Dr|.
Aak today for Allen' Fik,i, (wmtlvr
It curva Chilblain*. Hwntleri. Hwiallnii. («ore
Arlilnir. I afn|i fwl. .41 nil druKirUt- ami
•InH* «tiiri-n. 3V '£1-41.
Ike Truck Growers' Association.
Ike Business Men's Leslie.
Tonight is the regular monthlv
meeting of the Business Men's
League, and a full attendance of
all the members should he had,
as there is important business
The most important meeting to comc up Th(. by-laws as
of the truck growers yet held is ^cl«>|>te(t bv the directors are to
set for tomorrow afternon at passed on finally, and there
two o clock at the court house. ,H need of starting off the work
I* inal reports on the acreage are ¡or (j,e ncw ve,,r ¡n good shape,
to be made, and the seed will There is much that can be done
probably be here in a few days to ¡mprove the conditions here
Buck i-'lanagan is spending
the holidays with home folks.
A. J. Kockett and family spent
Christmas with relatives at I'r.u-
Kour births and one death
have occurred here this year.
Health of the community is fine
Shady Grori, Tr« . Dec. 2>«.
l1r iTo« N'KwsVKiiiiKki.K
James W. Veale. of Kort Bend
county, was a caller in this com-
munity this week. He first
called at Mrs, Dean's, and then
accompanied by Miss Liji¿ie
Dean, called at the home ot Kb
der K. W. Nunlev, where they
were united in marraige.
There was as a nice I hrist-
m;is tree at the grove last
Wednesday night, and judging i
from the noise made b> the bi^
crowd attend.ng a K,M,d time
was enjoyed by all.
Wm. Mitchell. Olean Mitchell
and Klias Norcross, of Houston
county, are visiting home folks
here, and seem to like this
county better than their present
' " ———mm
K. K. Draper and son are at
home from near Beaumont visit-
K. Wallin and wife, from Ok-
lahoma, are here making their
old friends \i*it. Thev report
that thev are well pleaded with
their new location. Jomkk.
t<i v Tr* «. |lri l|.
RrUTOK Xk* «'('HMOSICt.ll
The young lolks of our net gh-
borhood enjoyed the entertain-
ment on Siring i'rairtv last
Mrs. Barnhill, formerly of
this place, is very sick at Oak-
NearU all of te family of
Mr. Huddleston have been sick,
but are all better except Neily.
t. M Hannes is building a
house at Lincoln, Lee county,
for his brother-in-law.
Miss Winnie Dickey, who han
been spending Christmas with
home folks, will return to your
town next Saturday or Sunday
to go to school.
Mrs. j. J. (roodman, who has
been on the sick list, is ¡Ode to
up again. Oi l Ko«.V.
and work will begin as soon us
the ground is dry again. There
ought to be an acreage of at
least 500 acres reported at this
through this organisation, and
no one can say now they are tin)
busy to come out and do their
part in the work. If you are a
meeting, and every member j member, be sure to be be on
should try to see that every haodt
other member has made his re-'
port by that time. The talking; VOIMV.
time is past now, and work must1
be begun at once if the advan-i Volnsv, Texas, Dec. .vj.
tages of the early market are se-! Knn"H i.k
cured H. M. Sexton is prospecting
and visiting relatives in the In-
S. A. Holmes was in Volney
L. Maas is spending the holi-i
Hubacribe for the Nrwü-Chkomci.r. ¡ days at Burton.
Prickly A*h Hitter* cure# the kid-
ney , regulate* the liver purifica the
bowel . A valuable ayatem tonic.
Stone A Hitchcock, Special Agenta.
Urinary troubles, iMlpItatim r f
the )tr rt, (' < i «ml
•ch <ti*r>rdtn, ylrM mi om* in
It la a inaiv«l u* kulnry ti.nl' nuil «y.irm i|i-an.*i,
MrmKthrfia thr llrrtl ki'tnryu, hrlp* ill(«*Uon,
latea Ilie Iwnrli.
paict, at oo
•Ote SV SU DftUSOISTS
ITONE A HITCHCOCK, Ag<
aie ami GDiDavaie m GOSI-Mídü i Udamaler.
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Caldwell News-Chronicle. (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1903, newspaper, January 2, 1903; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169422/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.