ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 5,158 items from Caldwell News-Chronicle, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
5,158 results
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

' ow.i I PEOPLE YOU KNOW Jj ft*1 C' ^ lie no ic Pelaiuater, Jr., luis been ,¡fk with fever this week. Will Struwe went up to Cam- eron Tuesday on a business and pleasure trip. Little Nellie, daughter of Mr and Mrs. K. ti. Jenkins, is re- ported sick this week. Mr. Tom Campbell and family, 0f Dime Itox. Lee county, were in c aldwell trading Wednesday. Miss Hessie Lee came up last Friday from Merle, where she in now teaching, returning: Sunday alter noon. Cant. Thomas Williams was veyance, from where he was to go to Hearne and attend a meet- ing of the brazos Valley Doctors' association. Dr. Oliver held a place on the program for a paper bearing on surgery. The following are among the lady teachers who were in town last Saturday attending the in- stitute: Misses Blanche Cham- bers, Kate Kunkle, Carrie Thompson, Willie Kunkle, Lillie Hodges, Carrie Scott, May Hope, Mamie Carrigan; Mesdames E. I). Olive, J. C. Watts. Mr. Lee Feeler, of Dallas, was in our city several days this week gett...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THE CALDWELL CALDWELL, TEXAS. NOVEMBER IT, IS* . ■.¿Vr-'i' ■ r I ! Hi W m* What I Um Try ever no hard, we can not overlook the many grood thing that come from the pen of Bro. Dun lop, of the Richmond Coaster. In his felicitously original man- ner. he strikes «legitimate ras- cality a solar plexus blow this week, which it gives us pleasure to reproduce here: «This is a funny old world. From the cradle to the grave it is one continued lie, and the cloak of hypocrisy which shields man upon bis advent is not lifted even after the grave is reached. Mon- ey and society are a greater force than the Almighty in the conduct of human life, and it is becoming greater as time goes on. Char- acter and conduct are no longer the gauges by which men are measured; the standard is money. A poor laborer who suddenly be- comes possessed of wealth as suddenly rises to prominence and influence in the community which bad before looked upon him as an insignificant human atom. The poor man who resorts to pe...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

lkmmmmh waswwion «m initr. waiiknctok, d. c.| Nov. 13, í-*üksnk «'cmiiomicwt: «A Bryan triumph is what nearly every democrat and many republicans see in the results of the state elections, and it i* not likely that there will be any more acrious talk of anybody else for the head of the democratic ticket next year. Col. Bryan's magnif- icent success in his own state, where he largely increased the fusion majority in the face «1 many obstacles, including the influence of the federal adminis- tration and the lavish expendi- ture of money by the republicans, aroused admiration even among bis opponents. iionh llunna'* success in Ohio, probably the most' costlv cam- paign ever carried on in a single *tate, is accepted as having knocked the bottom out of all the schemes to spring an anti-Mc- Kinlev candidate on the republi- cans. and. unless something of a scandalous nature should be fas- tened ujHin bis administration be- tween now and the meeting of the republican national conven- tion, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

NMMaMOMfcu MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMihMMMitg THIS IS COBB'S, Caldwell's Greatest Store. "* C O B w<t sB SB SB SB sB sB sB sS sB 3& SB sB SB sB SB SB sB ¡B sB S ; . ss SB SB SB sB sB sB sB sB STAPLE DRT GOODS. and S*. Riverside Shirting Print , if. American • 4f. Norfolk Figured Oil Red do., 4*. Royal and Ceylon Indigo JJlue do., 4*. Belmont Drea Style* do.. 4*. Garner and Hamilton Oil Red do., Sf- American. Merrimac and Simpan In digo Blue do.. Sf. Simpaon Silver Grey , Black* White do., Sf. Windaor Kpitant do.. g*. Washington figured oil color* do.. Standard Solid Oil Color , do., g*. Slater Cambric Lining , 4*. 1 Ca e Amokkeag and Blue Ribbon Checked Gingham , Sf- Dre Style Gingham . 5 #' j and tof. 5 Bale* 22-inch Arlington Plaid , t',f. 5 Bale* 25-inch Tartan Plaid . 4*. 2 Bale 27-inch Olympia Plaid- , Sf- 2 Bale 27-inch Riverside Plaid , g*. 1 Bale 29-inch Palmer Cheviot. Sf- 1 Bale 29-inch Kclipae Cheviot. 7*. 1 Bale 29-inch Tacoma Cheviot. 8' ¡f. Bombay Indigo Twill Kxtra Heavy...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

VOL. XX. TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS TUB UKKATKST UENEKIT TO THE l'AKUEKH A.NU WOKKIKU I'EOPUt OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899. NO. 27. * from Our ¡Rural Staff. J ********* s INX. ' present method of electing coun- II,X, T«.~. NovriiiIht m. «.V..W.-WK «re «.mid like to know Nk«'s-Chrokiclk: i what it is. There is a cryingr ' One of the heaviest rains for n«d for ■' reformation, and we believe that it is only through tiOiiio wtclis fell here yesteid.iy evening, after which the clouds blew away and we have had some splendid-weather. x The cotton crop having been all picked and a large part sold and the corn and potato crops gathered, we are now able t" tell with some definitencss what has been the fruits of our labor a tul calculate the profits and !• t The corn crop.wbile not us g<> >u as last year, has been an aw rat- one, and. with a tew exception^ enough has been made to sti* the demand. The cotton crop...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

n * 34, WW. HI TJhe Sftiff ¿Baptist Convention. xxxxxxxxxxx Same Details 9/ /4« Work Brought Out éy am Cxkauttiuo Smtor- V4VIV tl/itk Pastor Joff 7). Pay. As the recent Baptist conven- tion at 1 tolla* was by far the lftrgest ever held in the state a for home missions of the South- raised and expended in misaion work by the Sunday school and colportage convention and the KM) district associations in the state, and you will have an amount of more than $17$,<HH> raised by Texss Baptists for the enter- prises they are fostering. What method of mission work- is adopted by your board? We have no ironclad law, but in ern Baptist convention $8071.1' . j a general way I might say there In the same way we raised for for-1 are three classes of work being reporter Ioi the Ni.ws-Chkomci.k missions $10,550.44 and for done: I. Work in fields desti- a a. L < _ — .. * I Aén 11 a 1 i /• i* rv i. i'j ♦ t \ t thought some detailed account of the meeting and work of the con vention would be of...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

; v'"' > *g.; '' ■'! Jfpwpf * t'5 _ THg CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 24. 1899. mm ideational Department. Prot. 3. c. Matte. Institute Work. The courne taken by the inati- ■tute at itn organization, in center- ing the work of each meeting ou ...... it.finita Hubiect. ¡fintead of three district meetings to be held at Home centrally located point in each district, at a time stated in the general program; each meet* sonic definite subject, instead ol I'°g embraced three days and a spreading it over a vast field, is ¡ joint meeting of all the institutes certainly a great step toward j wai* held at the county seat, awakening interest in institute, «The program above mentioned work. It furnishes an opportun- contained a complete synopsis of jty for each member to be «post-j the work, naming subject, chap- cd on the subject at hand, and j ter and page for each recitation, when the time comes he may be thus enabling the teacher to come readv to enter the discussion, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

m iftl - T ■. Jmmw:- • I tfrt 1 'IMfar 0MwSHÉMdUbia4MÍMI Are You Prepared I'or the first cold wave that will sweep from the pcriietiial snow-covered «idoHociiKK on .Monua> aii-¡ . i . .« * * — mountains of ice that encircle the north pole > Stories of tl)e Street. —The Ladies' Missionary so* ciety of the Baptist church will wmm* —Gray & Murray have moved I- ■ ■■■ ■ ■ ■ - i " '' ''•'■■■ ■•' - -■ .rr——— — ^Ytl'rZ°ZrX^0Z' Fagan's Peerless Assortment of Hlankets, Overcoats, Hoots, ('.loves, back end of the building recently ' Woolen I nderwear and Ladies'Capes is being; rapidly sold and sold at ««ted bv J. H. Alexander ct al. |oxvcr pr¡ccs thclll VOU Will get ClSCWhCrC. —Worn ble & Mc Arthur are fast " " transferring their stock to Mr. Womble's new building, and soon the place that now knows them j == . ■" ~ —■" ... •---===•: ~ will know them no more for —a Millinery i..* one line of goods that Fagan's Store is headquarters on. The latest styles, the cleanest new st k. lon...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

* *•• • ' * 70 24 00 15 00 Comm¡ ¡oncrs' court waa in feifular ew ioii la*t week and a considerable amount of work waa done* We give below the moat accurate report we could get from tbc minute book. We have tried lo be a accurate as possible, and guch error aa may have occurred must be overlooked. Resignation of A. Cherry aa constable of precinct No. 5 ac- cepted; Albert Baker appointed. Resignation of John Mikeska as constable of precinct No. 6 ac- cepted. Third-class road granted from Caldwell and Bren bam road to Caldwell and Independence road. First-class road granted from Rockdale crossing in Yellow Prai- rie to Milam county line. Second-class road granted from Caldwell and Deanville road to Caldwell and Burton road. Caldwell and Deanville road or- dered widened to not less than 30 feet, from 2-mile post to .Vmile jstach et al.; verdict for plaintiff. po*t. j 2855. Thos. Parke et al. vs. Petition granted to change the w, T. Parks; partition granted. Deanville and Dime Box road....

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

•. MSI. M., IÉBBÉÉBÉIIÉÍéÍmmmIMIÍH I dita ::;iu ICWS-CNROMCLC.! clipping from the Waco Tele-J Thkhk i* no littíp talk phone, for the reuoa that it is prominent men of the county full of sound suggestions: {about holding primaries and con- At the same time common sense vent'on,i lor >H)fflioati«| candi- '¡tells us that it is a poor system daten for county offices. This that requires Texas to ship ¡s a matter that ought to be thor- in tu m •«>- canned tomatoes from New Jer- ouirhlv di*cu««P.! ;sey and California when Tesas! " - "-111 " can raise more tomatoes to the! i- «u «..♦ . „ I*u*a Ft"*** *"***' acre than either state. The ex-! l\ * **,d that an, effort W,H b« jperiment stations of the state ¡ ma<*e t0 paw «ome law regulating^ SNbacrtptioa Rates. ^ould give some attention to this the double-header trains during Ynr —™. n branch **f industry. When Texas! the special session of the legisla* ¡¡j can cure be/ home-raised vegeta-, ^ure that w¡jj ¿ajjeíj j0 meet ¡n ^ j bles a...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS WHY. First. You have one of the lar ost Ktru'lcs of noils in fVntral Tpyüb In gpIa^I frnm this store is to satisfy it« customers as near as possible. Fourth. The security against errors either for or against you, by the perfect system that this store has, relieves one's mind of the worry that is often occasioned by the inadequate system in most stores, and makes this a safe and easy store to trade at. Fifth. This store provides for the comforts of its customers and you can find no lower prices nor better store service in the state than here. A five-year-old child can buy good* at this store as cheaply as a forty-year-old man, as there is but one price to all. These are not all of the reasons whv, but with these facts before you, dont you think we are perfectly justified in saying that IT PAY5 TO TRADE AT COBB'S. QliAAC °ur 5hoe Department is a regular shoe stf re within itself; the largest department in our big store ijIlUvd* and one of the largest with...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALD Hi or (!. I. Ml. Tha Vloa President's Soul From Lartb Barly Yes- terday Morning. WAS IMtMSCIMK IT TK EH Bat HaS Known Mia r w wl WHiMfnM to Uo-Hte WII mud Soa War* Wlik «tai-Pr*M*« >"• MeKlnlay vw D«pl| Urlawad •• OCMNNM- New York, Now 23.—Garrett A. Hobart, vice president of the United State , died at hit home in Pater- toix X. J., nt 8:30 o'clock this morn- ing. At his bedside wen? Mrs. Ho- bart and her son, Garrett A. Ho- bart, Jr., together with Dr. William K. Xewton and his wife, and Pri- vate Secretary Evans. Mr. Hobart's death had been ex- pected for some hours. The liegin- ning of the end came yesterday af- ternoon. . There was u sudden fail- ure Palestine, Texas, November Í2.— Sheriff Richardson of Athens ar- rived last night, having in charge the \ prisoners who arc charged with the murder of the Humphries in Hen- derson county last spring. The fol- lowing ure the name* of the men: Joe Wilkinson, Walter Wilkinson, Bob Stevens, John tiad...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

IMa'IMÍ>WBw Ah 11 .mfii 11 ^■ÉNÜ^BÉA^ÉMÉMMR MNP? people you know. jmm \liss Ktlitb Hadford, of Lyon , trading in Caldwell Friday. Mi * Ellen Hill went up to Cameron Tuenday to be present at the marriage of one of her cousins near that place, return- ing home Thursday. Hon. Harry Haynett, of liren- ham, was here a day or two this week to nee his niece, Mrs. Addie Dean, win has been very danger- ously ill for some time. Mrs. llarry Hudson, after a stay of more than a week in Waco, visiting relatives and seeing the chrysanthemum show, returned home 'Tuesday afternoon. J. 1). (tiddings, a very prosper- ous merchant and business man of Lyons, was in the city last Fri- day attending to some business «as \V. T. Stokes went on a busi- ng trip to Cameron last Friday. Mrs. I. H. Sparks, of Hix, is spending the week with her son, U. 1. Sparks. II. C. Barnett and family, of Somcrvilie, were visiting in Cald- well several days last week. MissKosaStruwe went to Bren- ham Monday to pay an exten...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

TUB CALDWELL CALDWELL. NOVEMBER 24, IW. w from this government to him, and that Oti# replied that he had forwarded the dispatches to Gen. McArthur, with instructions to get them to Aguinaldo—if he could find him. Not a word of information as to the nature of these propositions can be had in official circles, further than a statement that they relate to Spanish prisoners. t t t + + + Why the preliminary report of the Philippine commission, which was forced by McKinley for use in Ohio, did not throw any bou- quets at (ten. Otis has been as- certained. Admiral Dewey put his foot down on the report con- taining a single seutencc of praise for Otis. And that is not all that has become known. Admi- ral Dewey, while declining to criticise Otis, told McKinley that if the American army had been commanded by the right sort of an officer, there would have been no war with the Filipinos. That is said to have been the princi]>al reason for curtailing the authori- ty of Otis, by fixing it so t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

W'. =r iLDWELL 'ELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 34, 1899. What II Coat. •feza l-'arui aud R**ch. The lir*t settlement made in T<xa« by white people conMmted «fa* cnterprinwig. hardy and feur- ^ a i* hiss of men and women aw <vcr bla/otl the way for civiliza- tion in any a#* or country. Un- der the conditions no other nort of people would venture upon the work. Most of these were from the Southern States, «orne from New England and others from Kurope. But no matter whence they came, ¿*11 grasped the situa- tion with equal vigor and deter- mination. There were no more patriotic pioneers in Texas at that early day than the Irish and Yaflkees who composed the first settlers of Mc Mulling Mc(i loin's Colon v. who fought Lipan-, and Comanche*, and Mexicans, and perished with Fannin at Goliad. All Texas was then «frontier, with savages in almost every county, but the pioneer slung his riiU on his plow stock, and, with Hhot-p< tich and powder-horn at hi* side, plowed hi* ground and planted, t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 November 1899

ME BUf^ THE CALDWELL p;% S l fw .. IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. I HHBl 1 Had you thought about its being so close at hand ? W e throw out this gentle ^ m. ONLY A MONTH TILL CHRISTMAS I reminder for fear you have not supplied your wants and needs in the way of XX WINTER MILLINERY, You perhaps know how our trimming department is crowded dur- ing the last two weeks of the season, so had you not better look out for your wants in this line now ? You can get better selections and better service now than two weeks later, ami our trimming depart- ment will be closed for the season after the holidays. We have just received another shipment of Tarn and (iolf hats which are so ver\ popular this season. The demand for < these goods has been so great that we can scared \ keep up with the demand. Come early before the assortment is broken. m 5 J. F. COBB. A**********#*#***********#*#**#***#****************#***#****-*#* 3* IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. I K Business Deal. Killed. DlKfitmd lb« Rail*...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

■•my- Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMEM AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLEBON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1899. NO. 29. | 3<rom Our ¡Rurat Staff. * had order to be filled for 70 dozen brooms. There are two things that Bur- leson county needsand needs very badly: Kirst, a cotton factory, and MIX. Hix. Tesa*. Decciul|er 5. Edito* NEWs-Cn«omcu t There is at present a (food deal of improvement going on in . °L community. J. H Hill ha«| "ond' «h *e '« the way of L completed «me exteo.iv. «*« « «'.nty officer . On both J a . u: °' these propositions we have improvements on his premises, ,,r„r,crhad a few words to sav in the costing ,n the aggrtgatc some w v r,.rm .n past and would like to sav more, th ng near $200; K. r.. Werman • , • LLler construction neat n, I lut « 10 *>'"* "• eommodioua addition to hi. duel- ''^UHeof the fact that the people v , . . . i é i ..... who should be more concerned ting, which, w...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

¡If if The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. === munity for which many of us are earnestly praying. Not long ago a man "«aid to Mr. Moody: «Xo\v,¡that I am convert- ed, have I to give up the world? «No, «aid Mr. Moody, «you have not to give up the world. If you bear a good, ringing testimony /or the Son of C.od, the world will | give you up pretty quick; they won't want you. «<««€ —i CHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS! ■i THl ni JflNNETTS NEW YORK STORE. I have received the finest and largest lot of Christmas Good* that ever came to Caldwell. You don't have to run all over town to find a suitable present; you can find everything in one house, and that is at JANNKTT'S NEW YOKK STORK. We have Toys of all descriptions; Dolls, the smallest and the largest; a fine selec* ' j tionof Cbinaware; also Glassware, Silverware, Firecrackers, Roman ' : Candles, Candy, Baby Caps. Fascinators, Ladies and Children's 'Underwear, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Men'* and Boys' Hats, and Í everything suitable f...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

B? prof. 3. c. matte. The appcarance of Thanksgiv- ing causes teachers to remember one of the peculiar laws of Texas. Section 21 of School Laws pro- vides, among other things, that «Schools shall be closed on all legal holidays. This seems a little thing, with Thanksgiving and Christmas in sight, but when the entire list of Texas holidays appear to view we are forced to remember the old song, «Every day*11 be Sunday by-and-by. There are only seven of them besides election days and pro- claimed holidays, which appear Tlw We'll bcirin with a box' *nd thc ,,luraI i* bul en; But the plural o« should be oxen, not use . Then one fowl is s gooae, but two are called ifeeae: Yet the plural of moone would never be meeac. You may * lone ,noui * or a whole n«it of mice, But the plural of hou e ia houaea, not hice. If the plural of man U always called men, Why shouldn't the plural of pan he called pen? The cow in the plural may be cowi or kine, But a bow, if repeated, is never called bine. t - ■...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

ir. W' Ir íe W¡>fi ' t . ts of t!)« Street. -Thecommunication from «L. Are ou repared Dole. of Clay, came too late to be "*" l or the first cold wave that will sweep from the perjx*tual snow-eoverod -j. d. stoke* has u> we«k mountains of ice that encircle the north pole ? moved bis stock from the Hud- ~ , ^blihed"tbTbund'Cre-, Fagan's Peerless Assortment of Blankets. Overcoats, Hoots, (.loves, cently vacated by Worn ble it Woolen I nderwear and Ladies' Capes is being rapidly sold and sold at McArlhur ¡lower prices than vou will get elsewhere. —The county commissioner ,: 1 . * __ __ accompanied by Judge Banks, went down Tuesday to inspect the county convict farm. They reported everything- in an order- ly and acceptable condition. —Readers will see this week ' the ad of Lee Alford who has late- mmmmmmmmmmmm«m—mmmmmmmmmH—mmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^^- ly opened up a meat market in j , T, , ... . I " " _ . . . the old H...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x