Sunday, October 4, 2015

Hotel Visitors in Early Kerr County, August 1902

Kerrville Mountain Sun, August 2

Capt. L. Hagen, of Fredericksburg was a guest at the St. Charles Tuesday.  Capt. Hagen left Wednesday for Torrecon, Mex., where he goes to visit his son.

Dr. A. W. Irving and A. J. Sowell, of Center Point, were guests at the Gerdes last Sunday.

Arthur Real, of Turtle Creek, was a guest at the Gerdes Hotel Wednesday.

Jos. and Frank Martin, of Jack county, were guests at the Gerdes Hotel Tuesday.  These gentlemen were prospecting with a view to locating a ranch in this section.

Kerrville Mountain Sun, August 9

A. Holmgreen, of the Alamo Iron Works, was at the Gerdes Hotel Wednesday.

Jno. Wharton, of Center Point, was among the guests at the Gerdes Tuesday.

Albert Buda, of San Antonio, was among the guests at the Gerdes Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Holmes were in the city the first of the week from their ranch near Leakey, and stopped at the Gerdes.

Guy Tarleton, of Kimble county, was a guest at the St. Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Blatherwick and Miss Lytle, of Center Point, were guests at the St. Charles Wednesday.

Kerrville Mountain Sun, August 16

A. J. Hamer, a prominent merchant of Junction City, was registered at the St. Charles Tuesday.

Alfred Holmgreen, of San Antonio, spent several days at Gerdes Hotel this week.  Mr. Holmgreen was here doing some work on the ice factory.

Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and Miss Terrall, arrived in this city Wednesday from San Antonio and registered at the Gerdes.  The party left Thursday for their home at Junction City.

Kerrville Mountain Sun, August 23

E. M. Ford, of San Antonio, was among the guests at the St. Charles hotel, this city, Thursday.

Miss Amy Herff, of San Antonio, was registered at the St. Charles hotel, this city, Thursday.

Miss Lizzie Cravey, of San Antonio, was registered the Gerdes Hotel.

Mrs. F. C. Hunnam, of Comfort, Miss Maverick and Miss Emily Maverick, of San Angelo, were among the guests at the St. Charles Thursday.

Kerrville Mountain Sun, August 30

W. K. Haralton, an old time drummer, was at the St. Charles Thursday.

J. E. Pritchett of Huntsville, was a guest at the St. Charles hotel Monday.

Herman Nuenzenberger, of San Antonio, was at the Gerdes Tuesday.

Chas. Mann, the irrigation promoter of Junction, was among the guests at the Gerdes Tuesday.

H. C. Fisher, of Rock Springs, was registered at the Gerdes Tuesday.

Ellen Smith, a well-known ranchman, was among the guests at the Gerdes Tuesday.

J. E. Thomas and Max Pressnall, two San Antonio stockmen were among the guests at the St. Charles Thursday.

Mrs. J. Wesley Jones and children, who have been at the St. Charles hotel for some time, left yesterday for their home at Texarkana.

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