January 24, 1894 Longview Times Newspaper
This was a weekly paper edited by J W Johnson
January 24, 1894 issue
Last Monday night F T Rember, W T Fisher, and J C Lacey, after a three hour hot chase near Pine Tree succeeded in capturing a large fox.
REV J C WOOLUM DEAD
Died at the residence of his stepson, the Rev L M Fowler, in Crockett, Texas on Thursday the 18th, Rev J C Woolum, age 83 years. The Rev Woolum preached in this section abour 30 years ago. He was a step grandfather to Mesdames J C Howard and J T Butteril of this place.
All persons indebted to me are requested to call at once and settle, as I must wind up my last year's business. You can find me at the Rembert corner. W S Mayfield
City Marshall P D Cocke is stepping high and refuses to notice ordinary individuals. He is the proud father of a bouncing boy and has shaved off his mustache so he can kiss the baby without making it cry.
Mrs C Berger has added a large bake oven to her establishment and will deliver fresh bread, rolls and cake every evening to all parts of the city.
METHODIST PARSONAGE SOLD
Last Thursday Dr C W Lawrence purchased the Methodist parsonage together with 3 vacant lots, upon which he will at once erect three residences. He paid $1200 cash for them. A committee has also been appointed to perfect arrangements for the erection of a new parsonage just north of that church.
LONGVIEW BOTTLING WORKS (advertisement)
A A Batson, Proprietor, manufacturers of Pear Cider, Birch Beer, Cream Soda and Soda Pops of all flavors.
TWO BROTHERS' SALOON (advertisement)
When you want a refreshing drink or a good cigar, go to the Two Brothers'
Saloon, Gus and Nick Harris, Proprietors, near Postoffice, Longview,
A very brilliant affair was the entertainment and oyster supper given in compliment to the O C C's by Miss May Bruner at her beautiful home on Methvin street last Wednesday night. Invitations were sent to the gentlemen, the cards bearing the name of the young lady the recipient was expected to accompany.
The time passed on golden wings in pleasant conversation and innocent gems. One of the leading features was sweet music redered by some of the talented young ladies.
The refreshments were oysters served in all styles, with celery and salad accompaniments.
Miss Bruner is noted for her winning ways and capacity to entertain. The following were in attendance: Miss May Brawner and B W VanAllen; Miss Annie Turner and W C Page; Miss Fannie Rucker and B W Nicholson; Miss Effie Shaw and Aubrey Hargrove; Miss Margie Kelly and Ras. Young; Miss Lucy Howard and Allen Oliver; Miss Louise Lacy and Dr H M Lawrence; Miss Annie Lacy and S C Allen; Miss May Bruner and H G Kennard; Miss Laura Evans and Dush Shaw; Miss Anais Evans and C L Taylor; Miss Elise O'Bryan and Mr White; Miss Minnie Thompson and L F Elkins; Miss Lenore Young and G G Dubose; Mr and Mrs B F Lewis and Messrs. Kelly and Reynolds.
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