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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chappell Hill Weekly Caller — 13 June 1896
CIIAITH HILL WEEKLV (ULLlili Commencement Exercises, GHAJ'PELL HILL, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1896. ^ NO. 5. Special BlSDU( | See our new Feigl It is a Beauty. Hat. j, HSbbe fciroNi, ProBidont. A. W*.NaEMANlf, 1st Vico Proaideu* H. 11. Habribon, Cashier. First National Baulk Brsnham, Texas, Capital and Surplus, $180,000. DIEUCTOK8. HENRY h0ddb, f. w. wood, kd AMSLER, Accounts of' Farmers, Merchants aud Businoaa Men genorally re- spect solicited, XHOB. dwyer, T a. LOW, HEBER STONE. a. vtanobmann, mrs. a. m. qiddinos, h. k. harrison. W. T. WALKER, The Leading Photographer, Brenham, Texas. oarlisiji: MAIN STREET, * CH APPELL Hill. Stfb Imp, Fii hSsl Sfe, finest PerfUmery and Toilet Soaps. Combs, Hair; Wail and Tooth Brushes in Endless Variety; 1 Pyhsicians prescriptions always.recoivo prompt attontion and will be filled with the utmost care. Also stationery of all kinds; cigars Mid tobaooo. pur Soda fountain yrill bo open in a few days. D, P, PERKINS, MANA8EA. THE L...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chappell Hill Weekly Caller — 13 June 1896
THE WEEKLY CALLER. W. W. BAM KIN, Proprietor. Look out for a oyelono cloud \7hen the rain does come. Valuablo gold deposits have been unearthed in the suburbs of Boston k Onn class of citizens should not bo t xod that another class taay wax rich. 1 i-s tH:> I Arkans^o free silver demscrats are for a bolt at Ohioago and Bois for president. I ,,, South Dakota will have contest- ing delegations in tlio national .lomocratic conyontion. , Wilson county democrats en- dorsed Dudley and after mature deliberation took it all back. • rm i . The dispatches report a "strong- er feeling in country hides." No Quotations were given on raw- ,qi<l en. • ,11 Tho mayor of Hot Springs killed A drummor by cutting his throat from oar to car. No particular pauso in assigned for tho act. • A few days after the cyclone passed through Texas, one struck Kansas, which killed many people and destroyed a groat deal of property. ' At Alva, Mi., a family, consist- ing of father, mother and son, were murdered...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chappell Hill Weekly Caller — 13 June 1896
THE HARRISON DIM GOODS COMPANY. SOUTH SIDE OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE, BRERHAM, TEXAS, For- Fix-ast Class Goods at Tlie See our new Feigl Bat Zt is a Beauty* Special REDUCTION SALE on Summer Goods going on. We offer all goods at real Bargain Price?. Cone and sec us when you visit Brenhham, Harrison Dry Goods Company. THE WEEKLY CALLER. ^tJBSCRIPTION—$1.50 por year. Roasting ears aro soiling on tho iharkot at 10 conts per dozen. Mrs. J. Jacobs and children, ol Houston, is in tho city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. Lesser. Mr and Mrs Tommie Rankin, of Brenham, spent Monday in the city, the guost of tho Caller. Home-mado Candios frosh every hour. L. Z. Harrison, Mgr., Brenham, Tex. Major K F Patterson, of Scm~ pronious, was in tho city Tuesday and paid tho Caller office a pleas- ant visit. t Cheer up. Good times will soon be here. Money will be turned loose this year crops or no crops, rain or no rain. i There was one or two knock- outs so the Caller ib informed ihit happened last woek t...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chappell Hill Weekly Caller — 13 June 1896
THE WEEKLY CALLER. i Mr. Norfolk Foster has boon on ibe sick Hat this week. Our circulation grows larger <*y by day. Hoc tho now lino of hata that pocke JUroB. havo in Btock. IfcrTho Caueb is only $1.60 por year. Do you road it ? Mrs. J. Booth left Friday for & few days visit to relatives and jriondo in Austin. Mo^srn A Fischer and A Lolido. of Bronhtm, wore in our little city this wcolc. A Chicago jury has convictod Voseph "Windrath of tho murder of Gary B. Eircb, a street railway o&shior, and fixod tho ponalty at death. Thero is rumor of a wedding in the near futuro-—and it is said to he pno of Chappell Hill's fairost Jowors. Mr. Honry Sohaor has two of the finest porlcors fattening for winter that ye oditor has soon for many a day. Quite a crowd of young ladies and gentlomen left tho city yoster day morning to spond a pleasant day on crook banks. Note tho now advertisement of Mr. Ed. Savoy on this pago. Ho is to woll known for us to try to tell tho pooplo what can do. ...