The Refugio Review. (Refugio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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W. L. Rea, County Judge.
Eugene Low, Co. and Cist. Clerk.
G. W. Moss, Sheriff and Tan Collector
D-D. Clarkson, Taj Assessor.
V I'.j . Baumgartner, Treasurer
( OUNTY COMM IGSIONERB
Pat Lambert Precinct No. l
E. Peets Precinct No. 2
joe St John Precinct No. 3
J. E. Byrne Precinct No. 4
H. Hornburg, J. P. Prec. No. 1.
Commissioners Court sits in leguiar
session during the week beginning the
and Mondays in February, May, Au-
gust and November.
County Court convenes on 1st Mon-
days in February, Hay, August and
District ourt convenes on The 9bh
Monday after the 2nd Honday in Feb-
uary and 1st Monday in September.
Jas. C. wilson, Victoria, Judge
4th Judical District.
G. E. Poi-e, Goliad, Attorney 24th
DR. EARL STAFFORD,
Graduate University oi Maryland
Cheap Groceries at JETERS’.
1st Patent Flour, $1.45, sack,
J. Fill Liuney is recovering
from a severe spell of sickness.
Hay, Corn, Oats, Chops, Bran
and Rice at close figures. See
Go to the meeting tomorrow
morning by all means. At 10
First Grade Oil, 25c per gal-
lon, Second Grade 20c gallon—
Chicken Tamales, Chili Con
Carne and Chicken Soup in cans
at L. R. Jeter’s.
Jas. A. Burke, cashier of the
bank,spent Sunday and Mon-
day with the home folk at Go-
W. W. Shay is over from East
Texas on a visit to his family
and to learn some news about
Dr. Eugene McCain performed
a successful operation on the in-
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. John
B. F. West is ove? at the ranch
this week, and is in a happy
frame of mind because we are
going to ha ve a railroad.
Mack and I'd Jeter are up at
the former's ranch ou the Medio,
and may be back in time to at-
tend the railroad meeting.
Phil Power and son, John, re-
turned Tuesday from the ranch.
Mr. Power is glad that Refugio’s
chances are good for a road.
J. B. Sweeney is visiting* friends
in Victoria county, and will tie
sorry that he wasn’t here to
raise the railroad bonus a few
E. D. Clarkson is taking down
the assessments for this year,
and at the same time rejoicing
that Refugio is going to have a
The old store house recently
purchased by' Rufus Winsor from
Mrs. Low, is being remodeled
and made a. tsvo story building.
The lower floor will be used for a
161b Granulated Sircar, $1,00
181b Fancy Y. C. Sugar, $1,00,
Bacon Bellies, 12%c per pound,
Butter Oil, 75c per gallon—
C. H. Heard and Doctor and
Mrs. Earl Stafford left yesterday
for Portland to attend the com-
mencement exercises at Bay
A good deal of sickness is pre-
valent in town these days of hot
weather. Nothing* serious
J. O. West left town the other
day for his ranch in Victoria
county, after first satisfying him-
self that Refugio was solid for
Major White was here this week I
anu besides selling a lot of goods
to our merchants; told the hon-
est truth when he said “Refugio
i is going to get that road.
Clint Heard and his two daugh-
ters, Misses Jessie and Tiny, and
Miss Carrie Lambert attended
the entertainments at Bay View
in Portland this week.
.That “goose-egg” you noticed
over the editor’s eye, wan’t our
bump of intelligence nor couid it
be said we had the “swell-head”
so far as “airs” are concerned.
A most delightful dance was
given at the court house W d-
uesday night, complimentary to
Miss Cora Rice of Goliad. An
enjoyable time was had by ev-
O. Mitchell is looking after his
interests near Victoria. Me is
also thinking what a nice run it
will be from here to nis ranhi on
the train, as soon as we get the
J. M. O’Brien visited the San
Antonio river this week in the
interest of the rairoad bonus.
Mr. O’Brien is to be commended
for the active part he is playing
to secure the road.
Tom and Claud Heard, John
Droddy and Driscoll Rooke, four
of the Mission boys who have
been attending school in Bay
View college at Portland, will re-
turn home tomorrow.
Arthur Carter returned home
Tuesday after a pleasure trip
to Port Lavaca. He took in all
the sights during the carnival
and came in time to donate to-
ward the railroad bonus fund.
S. A. Droddy went down to
Portland yesterday to be pres-
ent at the commencement exer-
cises of Bay View college. His
son, John, will accomnany him
home, after attending school for
Wm. McGuill and his young
daughter, Miss Mollie, visitM
friends in the city this week,
Mr. McGuill’s name looms up
conspicuously on . the list as a
subscriber to the railroad bonus
fund. ’Rah for him.
Let everyone whoop the other
fellow up to work in scuriug the
railroad. Every man in this
town ought to donate some-
thing*, even if it be only a small
amount. It will show that your
feelings toward the project run
in the right channel.
It our home fails to give every
“hap or scrap” of news that fits
athwart your lea, blame no one
but yourself. Mindreaders died
soon after Noah’s time, and since
that memorable event it has been
customary for those who “know
a thing or two” to intimate their j
knowledge to the man who
We are authorized to annouce W.
L. Rea as a candidate for re-election
to the office of cunty Judge cf Refu-
gio county, at the ensuing November
DISTRICT and COUNTYCLERK
We are authorized to announce
Eugene Low as a candidate for re-
election to the office of District an
County Clerk, the ensuing No-
We are authorized to announce E.
D. Clarkson as a candidate for re-
election to the office of Tax Assessor
of Refugio county, at the ensuing No-
We are authorized to announce
Wm, Baumgartner as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County
Treasurer of Refugio county, at the
ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce D.
J. Kelley as a candidate for election
to the office of County Treasurer of
Ref gio county, at the ensuing Nov-
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Gaffney, J. F. The Refugio Review. (Refugio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, May 27, 1904, newspaper, May 27, 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth752413/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dennis M. O’Connor Public Library.