Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1909 Page: 7 of 8
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Is marvelous piece of machinery 4 When properly adjusted however he is capable of great things and after he learns theuse andjs kbuse of: the
dollar he becomes a frequent depositor at this tank.. It therefore jbecomes our pleasant duty to assist this boy iirgetting a knowledge of those things
which must shortly cencern his financial welfare. Our greatest effort is to encourage thfe boy' to save money Send him to usl for information if
J. A. ABXEY PrcsfdeHti i f
A. L. SlLF Active Vlc IV&ildeiifi 1
J. B. TURNER 2nd Ylce President.
F. S. BANET Cashier.
D. B. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier.
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SKETCHES OF PROMINENT VETERANS
Members of Camp
K. ('. Hauv.
H it.' was born near Danville.
Sou :r.e :irh of October. and
rear- ! and sent to school there
1 hn was old enough and far
lgh advanced in his studies to be
to -a. military school. Having
previous military training at the
;inning of the war he commenced
Hlling "tco:s and was elected cap-
tain of a tader company of To ijo.v.s
receiving a . coin..sion as captain
vom Goveraor Letcher of Virginia.!
Some time in the sr.r'ng of with-
out paying any xn-inion iu hi.- run-
mission as -captniu. lie joined the Htnt-
g:old Battery cotnTOanded by Capt
H. Stamp ia wWch he served con-"
k. . . . . no re.sponu aim among ine last 10
tinuouply aatll tiie close of the war.:
He was seriotts.lv wounded in the!
. . . .
ItitV-. ls(!i A Inner i-Sth m-inv
others he captured the evening
before ta sorrender of General Lee
tw.ii p-.r.wii i-.
Sppnl of -bo inpmlipiN: of hi old I
1UU K U&A'VlCrU l A Ul 111 111. CI.
batterv live ia Txas and will bea -
witness 10 Jfce war record of Capttin
He has lived ja 3rowvvood i num-j
lie nas nveo !a orownwoou i mini- - ...... -
ber of vfears Closely attentive to his !tate encountering the usual hardships-ual difficulties ami like all other --old-j
bIne and taaVUu:-fast friends wifh!of l""eer life but growing into a;ers of the south saw his. full share of
ali with wiiuw ix cotaes ia cu.irac .
Hp is an uaoetentatioas citizen and is i
-r.r- mph mVeti in fHsrjisiiti" hi; war
w t. u v u - y .. v
rpcord iihle tlrswn oat 1jv rome com-
rade and then he proves a most inter -
esting talker-and ' proves himself con-
versact with much of the important
i!eni-r-f fP - rar-hered from ai
!arge personal experience
4. A. Henlej.
A. HnJey was- born; ia Calloway
county Mo. where he had the usual
experiences o. a Missouri hoj until the
. - .
Will 'deliver a bottle
I MtMf MlitltlMIHS
Stonewall fackson who
the Reunion Here This
beginning of the war. In the early
spring of 1S61 at his home about 100
miles northwest of St. Louis. -in a sec-
tion where war sentiment was pretty
evenly divided he enliseted in Com
pany A. Riggin's Batalion Gen. Harris";
Division Price's Army. Missouri State
Guards Cavalry; He jvas made an or-
derly sergeant in Captain Austin Rod-.
- gers' Coni)any. At Uhe end of Ills
year's enli.-tiuent hejjoined the regu-
lar Confederate service for a term of
four years Or until the close of the
war. He crossed the -Mississippi river
at Memphis (parly in ISG2 and served
in F. M. Cockrell's Brigade. 1st Mis-
souri Martin E Green's Division He
was wounded through the left sidftj
at Altoona. Ga During ihe period of
the war he was engaged in L'C regu-1
lar battles including the siege of Le.v-
ington. Mo.. Vicksburg. Miss Atlanta j
Ga. and Mobile. Ala. He was made a
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prisoner or war at the fall of Fort
Blakely. Ala. and taken to Ship Island
Miss. When the war ended he was
paroled at Memphis.
He will be 71 years of age at his
i.ext birthday and prides himself in
J tV fact that only Southern blood
courses through his. veins. His war
J records were all burned a few years
a. at Jacksonville-. Fla. where ho
was then living.
He has lived in Brownwood for about
seven vears with his son. E. B. Henlev ! abl- liitoned gentleman He sefved
and has a host of good friends. Heas Commander of Camp Stonewall J
jis a staunch Methodist and a regular
attendant on all the services of that '
ueuonunation. wnerever tnere ts an:
appeal for help from any one in need1bv Ulvhf .md has b :1 t.mber of
'Pant. Hpnlpv is alw.nvs nmnnir thp flr.t
' " "
iui ii ins erices are required. -- .
thoroughly good man in every respect
" s pecauy prouo
1 as 'l c'2e"- .
J. (. Mollciiian.
i J-Holleman was lorn in Jackson
?county- Tenn.esse- in The fam-1
jily came to Arkansas in 1S47. and Uiere
voung Holleman grew to mans es-
strong and lusty young manhood.
In April 3SC1. while only sixteen
' enrs of aSC he joined. Company 11.
r(1- ArKanas uavairy nis company
!serv"nK irom that ime untiI -iarchjed uimn to serve the public In official
JlSr2 as lkets in southwestern Mis-. relations. In 1MJS he was made a
nri. Mason- joining Homer Lodge A. V. &
In the spring of 1S62 the company A. M...No. 204. "
1 was dismissed in Arkansas and went;
across the Mississippi river to Mem-
ipnis Tenn.; and Corinth. Miss. He
served in the infantry after the battle
of Corinth when the company was re -
mounted at Grenda. Miss. and follow-.'
ed behind Grant to Holly Springs'
Miss. They were sent to the Army of
Tennessee and served there until after
the battle of Murphreesboro. when
they fell back to Chattanooga. After
the battle of Chicamaugua the winter
of 1863 was spent at Knoxville guard-
ing Longstrcet's front In the spring
of 1SC4 they met Johnson's- army at
Dalton. Ga.. and then fought with
Johnson all the way through Georgia
until Hood took -command. He was
then with Hood on his famous Tannes-
see raid and finally got back under
Johnson again before the surrender in
Xorth Carolina where the members
of the company received $1.00 each
'and were turned loose with their
liorses to get back home as best they
Young Holleman made his way back
to Arkansas and remained there until
1SC9 when he came to Texas spend-
Wo are agents fdr
Mineral Wells Water
. . 7 .1
or acasef Just got m
are in Attendance
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then live year? in -Lavaca county ;btf-
fore comiugto Brown county in
He has 'lived in this county contin-
uously since being engaged 'in stock
raising and farming and being an im-
portant factor in the development of
alb the interests of this county.
Mr. Hplleman is a Mason an Odd
Fellow and a member of the Baptist
c hurch a good itii i. and an honor-
jJacKson in iw. ami i:tu. . .
i.wi i w iviiN k viksUi.minn'uw.- .
1 ' ' '
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ilie 'ie"l"lllsl cmirrn uom
1S"S he moved with
'parents lo nufiK t-oum te.u. uie
' vt - vc-ir nln
to Auuelina rourn'v.iJiiid Bro. Preddv and Bro. Earn are
I n.klnir his hnm r.0ntiiiuo.i
mUi fMK exoept thl.e yerh he WflS
! away serving as a soldier in the Com-
'federate army. He was a member of
Company E. 10th Texas Cavalry and
saw most of . the service east of .10
Mississippi river. He endured the us-
Ual Jiardshis common' to ihe Con -
federate service encountered the us-;
;the horrors of .war and' engaged in
' many severe conflict.4--. . After the war
he returned to his .home in Angelina
county where tie was frequently can-
He came to Brown county in IS90
locating at Blanket and has since
served the people of this county in the
Texas legislature. About two yenrs
'ago he moved to Brownwood and Is
now engaged in business here.
a fresh shipment
Judge Davis thinks that to be a good
Methodist u good Democrat a good
Mason and a good prohibitionist about
iualtea up the requirements of good
citizenship and he has always lived'
up to his social.- religions and political
convictions as they appear to: him..
There is nothing in bin record of which
i to be
ashamed and much in which
any -man could well i)ride himself.
There 'is no more respected or hoti-
citizen in Brown county and
; wherever he lias lived or in whatever
tho s-me reCJrd h(J las aways b()rne
' When shopping le;ve your bundles
at Looney's Drj
and they will
; be delivered
to your home free of
llAU.I.VCJEn -WAN LOSES HIS
K .NT IKK nilCKKX CROI'.
Evert Hardgrave who has been
keeping batch this summer is now
out of the chicken business the last
thicken on . his ranch having died
without any apparent cause. The edi-
eor is a ciucken lover ot the Methodist
preacher variety and when he heard
of Mr. Hardgrave's misfortune he
J started out to investigate for if there
;Ls an epidemic among the feathered
tribe we want to find it. out and do
what 'we "could to put a stop to it.' We
'im not go tar. However nerore we
found out that Mr. Hardgrave only
had one chick to begin with and we
soon came to the conclusion' that it
died through melancholy not hunger
Sherman and Stephei
D B. Tombaugh agent
Vihone 27.1 dtf
Mrs. C. A. Kilmer and family visited
relatives i;i Coloman county Saturday
anii aiuniay. .miss i lara uupps re-
htrued home witn them for a weeks
! Mrs. Jackson of Xiwot visited her
! daughter. Mrs. A. L. Mathews this
fl if. .... l... . . t t jk
Atanaii nas reiurneu nome after
a pleasant visit with relatives near
i . i nn napusi meeung cioseti niesday
1 hiirhlv nle.-Lsed -with tim rott thr
being U7 additions to the church. Bro.
Earp did some very earnest work
which "was greatly appreciated by the
Mrs Carter who luur been very ill
jTov .some time is still . very sick.
1 Mr.. Guthrie received a largo ship-
uu-nt of sheep this week
Dr. Mathews and family returm
Wednesday morning after a pleasa
j visit with relatives in cLufkinr
Mrs. ' Ikuvers of Brownwood is
j town for a visit to her mother Mrs.
Gtiite a crowd of folks came in this
veek to spend a few days on the
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDaniels will
leave Thursday evening for a ten days
visit with relatives iu Fort Worth.
Mr. E. E. Kilgore has just returned
from Brownwood where he bought a
fine Jersey milk cow. Mr. Kilgore
owns three fine Jerseys.
Crops are suffering greatly for raiu
and cane Is already beginning to burn
up and cotton Cannot hold out against
the drouth very much longer.
Charley "Walne son of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Carter is confined to his bed
this week with slow fever.
Mrs. J. W. Patterson is having her
house repapered this wek.
Mr.. Marion Outlaw of Austin is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson this
week and we notice Miss Pearl looks
very pleasant these days. Wonder
Mr. and Mrs. Preddy left one day
this week to assist In a protracted
meeting. Did not learn the nnme of
the place where they are gone.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt Holland have
returned from a visit to Mrs. Holland's
father and family near Angelo.
Onr Bench Tailoring is the finest to
be had. The woolens we carry are
different to the ordinary uits you see
shown in book mail ordfer lines and
hand-me-down stores frfyou want
something different and ire particular
about your clothes dojlet go by this
chance .ofjSeelrig ojri complete line of
Fail arid IVin'tewooIeris. ' Woolens
on display 'atfflroWn hdtfl sample room
Nothing In Brdwtlwoou or west Tpx-
as can give us Any tipa on Tailoring
Cf dFTrenctiTJry Gleaning.
J. J. HAYES7 k CO. Phone 320.
POWDER PAINFULLY BURNS
BALLINGER LITTLE BOY
I'illfc liadeu.Hoiith Is I'ainfiilly Uitrn--Vl
While IMayinsr With Londcd
i ' Shell.
jiaden the little six-year-old boy of
Ila'den Itouth 'was spending the day
atjtlje hoine of W. D. Gregory in West
End- and assisted by Kirk Gregory
the boys unloaded a shot gun shell
and proceeded to touch the powder off
with -a match. The explosion occurred
With the" young man at close range
and his face was pretty badly blistered
and the hand with which he was hold-
ing the match burned. His eye brows
and a part of his hair went up with
the powder leaving the little fellow
badly frightened. The worst burn is
oh-' the hand While the 'face Is only:
slightly blistered Banner. j ;
You can get pared ham and break-
fast jliacon at my place. C. M. Rat-
liff. I Phone 20(jA Next to L. N. Xeel's
h Tailoring is the .finest' to
be had. The wodlens we carry are
'different to the ordinary suits you see
shown in book mail order lines and
hand-me-down stores. If you want
something differen ajd are particular
about your clotlies. don?t let go by this
chance of seeiug our complete line of
Fall .and Whiter Wooleiis. Woolens:
oa display at Crown hotel sanipleroomJ.. 4 -
.-.' 1 L lhaudi.. A freight engine received or
II. K. BJACKSHEAR Tailor.
If you are partlcular about yoiir
meat phone meYl can please you. C-
M. Ratliff. Pbbite 200. Next to L. N.
Xeel's hardvynre store.
See us for cooll stov es and ranges.
Tx)oney Mercantfla Co
BI SIXESM IS GOOD.
We are enjoying a splendid trade
this week but weihave a few idle
moments each day. yWe don't like to
be idle. Come in and help us keep
busy We wiir do your work right.
PETE ANDKRSON. the West Broad-
For transfer service or any heavy
hauling phone ."il'll J. THOMPSON.
After September 1st 1 will be located in the building now occupied
by Chas. Haynie on E. Broadway. will "be giad to serve my friends
'and customers as in the past with pood choice meats. In specialties I
Swift's Breakfast BacorK' Swift's Boiled Ham
Swift's Cured Ham""
Buy Green Ground Bone and Have lots of eggs.
T. J. Hunter
Phone No. 109. Successor to Ratliff & Ratliff
Wc keep at all times a fall and careful-
ly selected stock of groceries and feed
stuffs also fruits vegetables etc in
We want your trade
and vill make ft to your advantage to
deal With us. Market price for coun-
try producevWc will cash local checks
(1 nj II j "I N
js what we are all working forIt
you want your dollanto buy the git-
est possible amount there is no birtgr
place to spend it than with us. vVe-
are overstocked on some high
brands of canned fruit Whem w&-
price it to you yofjr dollar will opk.
small qora pared' to what it will 'buy.
: IJespectfully - V
W. H. STEVENSON & CO. Phone 11$.
BRAKEMAN GETS HAND
CRUSHED ON TURNTABLE
Brakfinau Meets With Painful Acci-
dent iu Hallintrer Railroad
t yards liasi .Mgni.
i A brakeinaii by the name of Salles?
happened to a Tery painful accident
kat the lFaUlOger "turntable last night.
linit hPl that m.u rrwt him hit rieht
ders here to turn and it was while the
engine vVas being turned that the ac-
cident happened. It seems that Brake-
man.Salles had hold of 'the lever that
'pushes the 'turntable around wher
the engine backed on to-the turntable
an(1 his rJght natl(1 was caught behind-
the lever and'the palm -of his hand
! badly crushed and the middle finger
mashed off. The unfortunate man
was brought to town and the hand
dressed by a local physician and he
was carried to the hospital at Templet.
The doctor reports that the part ot;
the lever that struck his hand mash-
ed clear through the palm completely-
shattering the bones leaving an op-
ening large enough for the doctor to
run gauze through. The man's hand
will be badly crippled and he will be
fortunate if he does not lose the mem-
ber. Ballinger Banner.
Swiit's Weiner Wurst
ft FEED GO.
lVtan and Beast
C O. Glenn Mgr
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Mayes, Will H. Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1909, newspaper, August 26, 1909; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344902/m1/7/?q=davis: accessed August 11, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.