McLennan County, Texas
March 1906

MART HERALD
MARCH 01, 1906

 Mrs. Jenkins, wife of the propietor of the Fetner hotel, died Sunday afternoon. Her remains were carried to Robertson county for interment. The bereaved ones have our heart felt sympathy.

The death of  J. B. Williams, which occured February 21, took from the busy sphere of action one of the pioneer residents of McLennan County, who has long been identified with real estate interests in Waco. Mr. Williams was known throughout the county and much respected. He was a cousin of Dr. W. B. Carpenter. Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter attended the funeral Thursday.

MART HERALD
MARCH 01, 1906

The death of  F. B. Williams, which occurred February 21, took from the busy sphere of action one of the pioneer residents of McLennan county, who has long been identified with real estate interests in Waco. Mr. Williams was known throughout the county and much respected. He was a cousin of Dr. W. B. Carpenter. Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter attended the funeral


Waco Times-Herald
Thursday March 1, 1906

Little son of  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Calloway at Hallsburg died of burns, age nearly two.  Burial at  Hallsburg today.

Waco Times-Herald
Friday March 2, 1906

 James Frazier, 76, died at the home of his son J. E. at 910 South 16th.  Lived near Whitney  many years. Ship remains to Whitney.

Waco Times-Herald
Saturday March 3, 1906

 Freida Parks, daughter of Prof. and Mrs. W. B. Parks of T. C. U., died today at the home of  her parents, age 12.  Funeral tomorrow.

Waco Times-Herald
Saturday March 3, 1906

Infant of  Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carlson, 901 North 12th, died today. Funeral today.  Burial at Oakwood Cemetery.

Waco Times-Herald
Monday March 5, 1906

Card of Thanks: death of a little child, by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carlson.

Waco Times-Herald
Monday March 5, 1906

 Jesse H. Cargill, formerly of Waco, died in St. Jo, Mo., today.  Was the propietor of the old Waco Day newspaper.  Wife died less than a year ago.  Two children left: Johnnie and Jesse.

MART HERALD
MARCH 08, 1906

CHARLEY POTTHOFF IS DEAD

 Judge H. Potthoff, of Otto, has received a cablegram announcing the death of his son, Charley Potthoff, who died in Palime, Togo, German West Africa, on Monday, February 26.
Young Potthoff was in the employ of the German Government, having been sent to Togo for the purpose of teaching the natives how to raise cotton.
Some time ago he was stricken with a fever that is peculiar to that country and he never rallied. He was twenty-six years of age and unmarried.
He was a bright and promising young man and his death is deeply regretted by many friends. - Marlin Democrat


Waco Times-Herald
Friday March 9, 1906

Death of Jess Cargill in St. Joseph, Missouri.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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