Rockdale Reporter. (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 03, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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E. B. PHILLIPS,
of Quality i x
After the Price « X
We are agents for
JLT HODORfl DRUG STORE'
By C. 1. TA.SSRR.
Official Organ of the City of RwctdaU.
B L BUCK i PTl §A, $160.
ROCKDALE. MILAM OODIITY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Id. 1004
A. R. PERRY.Jr "
AND DRUGGISTS SUNDt.lLS
1C COLO DRINKS O
Come to See Us ?
In our New Home at the old stand of the Klondike Saloon.
We are are better than ever prepared to meet the ex-
acting requirements of an exacting public. We sell
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
DRY GOODS. HATS, ETC.
A liberal share of your patronage is respectfully solicited,
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED.
J. O. ARNOLD..
Cattle CUttcr. j td F. tnglioh for County Judge
Saturday last Hairston & O. r Wo this week announce Hon.
shipped » ear of mix* d cattle to El F. English as a candidate fur
Galveston- Mr. J. J- Hairston County Judge of Milam countv,
had them iu charge. They were subject to the action of ihe
shipped over the 1. & G N. democratic pr maries. 1’wo
On the same date Marshall A years ago Mr. English waselect-
Gohmau shipped a car to Gal- ed Flatorial Representative from
veston goipgover the Sap and Miiam and Robertson counties,
Santa Fe. They were in charge and lie served his constituents
of Mr. W. H. Marshall.
Saturday night J A Btoci
shipped a tiue loi to Galvcatoi.
via the Sap.
Thp three cap* arrived a
Galveston iu mue lor Monday
market, and the three chap-
eroues. Messrs Hairston, Brock
and Marshall, turned them over
to their commission merchants
and proceeded 10 look up Gal-
They all errived safely at
home Tuesday morning looking
like they bad struck a good
market and felt good.
or gcntlemau to manage busi-
ness in this County and adjoining
territory for house of solid liusn-
Salary and expeuses paid each
Monday diiect from he*dquari-
with much credit. Mr. English
is a lawyer cf recognized ability
and ,f elect- i, is well qualidcd to
111 the offloe. He is a simon
pure democrat, au upright non
•liable gentleman, and Is widely
Known throughout the county.
Your attention is respectfully
directed to his announcement.
AN EARLY I USER.
A strong, healthy, active con
stituiion depends largely the
condiiiou of the lively The fam-
ous little pills known as Do Witt's
Litter Early Risers not only
cleanse the sAsiem but they
strongmen the action of thr*
liver »nd rebu Id lue tissues sup
polling that organ. Little Ear y
Risers are easv to they n*=%-
er t>npe and yet they arc ab-
solutely certain to produce r*
cases S* Id by A K Perry, J
J^rs. G H- Flynn joined her
ers. Expense money advanced; husband here Monday rooming,
posiuop permanent Ad*msp from Rockdale, Texas, their
Manager, 6U5 Manon Build,ug former home. She is uel ght-u
Cmoago. _^ ! wirti Or >m ih and thinks her lot
! Sunday last, at the home of; has been cast in s pleasant place
the brides parents, Mr.and Mrs. —The Okejflah Herald
Tribble, near Lilac. Mr. Henry j have Yol* indigestion.
F• Gohaan, of this city, was
-■r«» - -* t*
wedlock to Miss Madia 1* j cured thousands. It is cur-
Tribble, Judge R. W. H- Ken-j jpg people every day every hour.
Bun perfwi iniug the ceremouy. i You oWfe it 10 yourself In give
Mr. Gohmau is the junior!You will continue to
U» Brut u. M-rstia , AT
Gouman, proprietors of the ^e#tant?» th t digest and rebuild
i'kd*la Meat Market and at toe s,me i,m '. K <lol <1
lealera ih live gt- ck. and n i.bub- K*d<*tcure-, >tr-uglh~n
worthier iOu.g mao * ould uave ’‘bJ reou. ds nd by A P
■' i> Tribble U a young lady
*wc#t and lovable dhniost.on,
>.a» . . r One .winULe Lough bur e giv—
bast known f*uilio» an.i ukio- the microbe wuicb Ucaties
tall the Qaalities which it the mucous in-tonrane, causing
to mas* bar a good wife. the <.ou/d, and at the same time
May their pathway through' ctvars ihe phlegm. draws rut
oe strewn with fl>Wer» is th- infl carnation and b aU -net
wiehewof ibeu maoy Iri od*•* tow* tu« affected part-. l>u«
„—: ----- Aio.ieG ugo un> strengthens
. Quart lit wj* tn-lu.g-, wards o:f pneumooa
at ti« City Halt n S eed i-a uatait-f*» and never fail- j
‘I’ Hedavakfatmder tbeaMaiMwpeii core iu au curable caaea of
tL-._____~v WL7ZZ" T oeaglm. col is and croup. One
U>to® 01 Minute Cough Cure i. peasant
. A •**u ir*M * to t***, iiarmiea* and good alike
n k the innate lovera ot oar i for yoeog aou old. Held by A.
I*. l«rry, it*
I.RI.IEF IN OSE Vi I.N'LTE.
HOlt/ClAW. AM lOeWM-
91 tin \KlOKtOiS.
Afoot Harm-tom* Af—tlmg Im ItlUorg of
The Reporter hold* over a day
this week iu order to get pro
ct-eding* of the While Mans Pri-
mary which oouured at the ouy
hail Thursday night.
At8 o'clock the meeting wee
called tj order by Chairman 1.
bcssious. who briefly stated
the object of the meeting and an-
nounced tUe election of a chair-
man in order, lion. H.C. Mayer
took the floor and id a few well
chosen words placed iu uouiiua-
| lion Rev. W. E Copeland, who,
iu turn nominated Hou. N U.
I Tracy ihe Golouei refused U>
serve, however, and Mr. Cope,
laud wa» unanimously *i*cU d Dy
. a i l-di.g v ole.
v nail ui.tn CopuikUJ loos li.e
Chau ..Hu iiiu.ouuced .ue« * cl ion
i*l i.*o o . i eial'iw.i in u.Uei.
liowaru Wuioouau* *J u. 1'au-
Ui i' we«'» , iut'ua iu noLuihalmu
! by Air, 11 Eiocsed.
lion. h.. .v VVauace n ad a
Series ui icviIuuoiib guVdulug
lUc uiauuei it. which tue eiecilou
siioui i o*: ii> nt uln' aeiue Mere
ajopieu Without uiaCllaSlOU,
Alter the uppoiuuuoul of
Judg*.*, Uui ns, ruhers,itclerees
mo., as p.oviued oy ahoyu series
of resolutions, iue voting began
at the conclusion of winch the
following ruaull was lead by
chsu mau Copeland.
I h F. SNIVELY . 244
For Alderman Ward No. 1:
J.J. HA1STON 2411
For Alderman Ward No. 2:
JOE LUEWENSTEiN.JR. 159
EDGAR ROWLETT K4
Fur City Secretary and Treasurer
LEONARD ISAACS 242
For City Assessor and Collector:
W. A. STEVENS 246
For City Marshal:
ED HOLTZCLAW 127
JNO- BONDS 120
For City Attorney:
E. A. CAMP 112
J. W. GARNER 1U1
The (»nly chauge made in the
old administration is tue election
of Mr. Holizciaw to the post oi
Lily Marshal. This content was
rod hoi from start to linish and
both side* claimed the election
of its man up until the moment
the result was announced. Mr.
Holizciaw held the post of City
Marshal of Belton for a number
of years and folly understands
the duties which will devolv-
upou him after the April election.
He will make an excellent Mar
After a pleasant visit to rel-
atives in the city Mr. Clifton
Douthit retur ned to his home iu
Mrs. Frankie Middleton spent
Sutiduy with relatives in Lex
E A. Wallace spent a few days
this week in Austin and Gid
Mr H**bt Lg».) of Dallas was
the guest of Mr. U*\nu>n Douthit
Mrs. Graves and Children,
after a pleasant visit to Mr. W
K Clement of tin* city, returned
to her home in Houston.
The public is excudingly glad
to know J. S. Perry is able to be
Mrs. Howard Willson is in
Houston visiting relatives this
Rev. W A Hamiett left Tburs
day I*<r Allan la, Ga. to attend
Miss Mae Donaldson re'Urned
tarn, week from a pleasant visit
to relative* io Rice.
Mr. Ed Giesecke is at home
from a trip to relatives in Bren
•Sid Allen aud Norvel Wells
•v> re in I nui iidale .as week.
Mrs. TG. Alfred a no cniljien
• if Like Cnarle- are n the city
.'Uest f Mrs l* ri. Derry, They
T.iey ire on iheir wiy t> George
town, tneir la lure home
*Ketnp A Poole are sediag Dure
Sugu douse Moiase* for Sd cts
Lee Orr was in GalveHUm and
Houston la-t week on busioeas
Brancn Lewis of Austin was
THE HARDWARE MEN.
HIGH SPEED WINS
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THCTONLY HIQH SPEED WASHER ON THE MARKET
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Agents for White Lily Washing Maohinee
OOFFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY
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$ LOUIS HENNE. H. C. MEYER.
® HE BEST
^ In Riding
,® And Walking
in tb • city aundsy.
• Mis Hefley oi Camerot was.
tba guest oi Mr*. D. P. He*iU
W. H. Lermer came io Wed- j
nevday from Coidw-ll.
Dr L L Lss of Thorodaje
boo returned fr<m a inp to Now;
York, toe passed through Waw.
How's You Supply Of Job Von?
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Tanner, C. L. Rockdale Reporter. (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 03, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1904, newspaper, February 18, 1904; Rockdale, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth741974/m1/1/?q=yaqui: accessed February 21, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.