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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

Mr ,f.' : '' t ■ .:'' Jiv: ^ ^ fW^ ' t! r>:*v j (,. .-j-n-Q :A« • - - v' ••«• .''^'/'m ': : v |H vWWU*: Caldwell News-Chronicle OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO*THE .FARMER AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL> XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COtfcNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY, 26, 1899. NO. 1. FAGAN'S ANNUAL INVENTORY ^OCCURS IN JULY. - It is a lonji ami tedious job. it niust he dono care- fully to got it correct, and must be correct to get insur- ance, consequently the smaller the stock the greater the certainty of correctness. Hence overs Kemnant of Dress (ioods or Piece ('■oods of any kind, and every odd lot of Hats, Suspen- ders, Ciloves, Shoes, Strap Sandals or small lots of Clothing, will be offered at a price regardless of cost that it will pay you to investigate. <íi t|> I$I I$I i|> I|I i|t i$I I$I t$> «|i i$> t$n$n$n$i A It Pays to Trade at COBB'S I Caldwell's Greatest Store. 3 o it •Í5* Read His Ad en Last Pate. i$i i|i ifl i$i i$i 1$ i$i i|i i|i ffi t|i t$t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

' J ;f TEXAS TRUCK FARMING. to«eUMes Ara Being Shipped Nertk in Carload Lots. BUSINESS HAS KEN PROVEO TO PAY. CMk Turned Loom ta Which Nave DivoratfM IWr Cray*. Corpus Christi, Texas, May 21.—The heavy shipment of veg- etables which has been going out of here for several weeks con- tinues heavy. Two carloads by freight and two by express left here y ester da v for northern mar- kets. the produce having been purchased and paid for at the depot by the several produce buyers here from northern points. Cabbage, ok ra and cu- cumbers are the main products being shipped just now, although the shipment of melons will soon begin ill earnest. In conversa- tion with a prominent truck gar- dener yesterday the Post corres- pondent learned that at least one hundred cars of melons will be shipped out of Nueces county, and that the shipments will begin about June 1. going out of here by freight. The farmers are all happy over the bright outlook and are confident of reaping a harvest unprecedented ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

yard from broiler , roosters and rich egg* might be doubled by a proper aelection of malea only. Breeder* of a reputation, which it* honestly earned, can be relied upon to furnish bird of certain qualities, for it is an expensive business and a scientific one, too, to breed any stock for definite results. The stock and dairy farmers appreciate fully the value of in- troducing a thoroughbred sire among their herds or droves. In this way the combined increase of values over the old times no doubt reaches many million* of dollars. The beneficial efforts rkie *M*ry an toma. Fancier'* tíasette. In visiting many farms other- wise beautiful and fruitful, I am surprised to find among the poul- try so few thoroughbred males, and upon putting the question to mv friends of the soil, why this is ho, the invariable reply is: «YVe pay no attention to chickens, kind of a S-cent business; the women attend to it mostly, it furnishes them pin money, etc. Now, such inattention to this branch of farm i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

m SfF T. A. Low & Sons. Brotiham, Texas, Carry everything iu the vehicle line. Two to three carload* to «elect from. * (Juick «ale enable* u* to make price right. If Íou want a Buggv. Surrey, Phaeton, umpueat. Road Wagon, or anything on wheel , it will pay you to *ee our *tock before buying. Our Adriauce Huckeye Mower and ThomaH Hay Hake have no equal; and vou can always get the extra* from our «helves. We carry the extra* for all S^uth Texas for the Adriauce Buckeye. Office and buggy house .uutli of and near the pa *enger depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our Htock. If we cannot sell you better good* for le*s money we do not expect you to buy. T. A. LOW & SONS. Stories of tb« Street. mm —The Kpvvorth League held a very agreeable meeting- at the residence of N. Monday night. —Crawford & Byrne, of Aus- HOW CAN IT BE DONE? Stewart said to Macy one day: "Look here, merchants are complaining about uiy selling you, and you're cutting prices; how can you do it?" ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

"37lMIHim v í - i i 1 I < I i I i I • I I I J I • I i I The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. I have always believed it to be in bad taste for a man to parade in the public prints matters that were purely personal. I should not do violence to that conviction now except for the fact that in the personal matters contained in this article I hope to honor God. We have apostolic example for the publishing of personal experi- ences if the power and goodness missing* me entirely from the case. This, too, without any management on my part, for I have never said nor written a word to him or his counsel, di rectly or indirectly, upon the subject. Now, I would be a skeptic in- deed if I did not believe that my deliverance from this trouble is due to the immediate overruling power of that God to whom 1 corn- Have I ever won a soul to Cbrist? In there any one I cannot for- give? How much time do I spend in prayer? Have I ever bad a direct an* swer to prayer? Am I trying to bring my fr...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

CALDWELL UWMMOMClt. a W'-: ill I fe/ •fir a jomm. tutu* and Km «red In the Caldwell pnatoftc* m we- •■4-cliuui natter. Sutacrlptloi Rate*. OM Y m (Is Mmt Hi — Pour Montos Tfu Month* "S M S5 Advertltlai Rat* . All advertI Ihbon flint p*# will la-rliarirt-d • ci*nl* per Inch utralitlit. with no rcdurtlon fur large uú . Display ads one limortlon twenty cents same in he looks at the price of egg —all eggs should (he thinks) sell at the same price; it doesn't matter about them being «shelf- worn —that doesn't appear till you break them. The name with newspapers. If one paper's sub- scription price is $1 per annum, that settles it—the market must then operate on a basis of $1 per year for any and all country news- papers. Of course, one being eight pages, half patent, and the other one being twelve pages, all Display ««• one insertion twemy rems home print, cuts no figure—pa- SStoi;o?nuWnceh.uU P*rs a™ paper* and should all be Local raw* seven and one-half cents uer so'^ a \ ear each. All...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

a&í'S INOCX TO jHWWWOiWS. hinit i*ack. Cubb,J. K.. Caldwell. Fagan. J. M.. Caldwell. Woinblc A McArthur, Caldwell. sacosp pací*. Hcrb*t A Wlndhaueen, Caldwell. jll„uett.B.O..CaldweU. Jenkins A Jenklne. Caldwell. Knot A Joiner. Caldwell. Struwc. John. Caldwell. THIKD l*A< K. Mi •.trot Uro . & Co.. Brenham. Standard Olí l o. Tutt Mftf. Co.. New York. yot'NTH PA(1K. Vagan, J. M.. Caldwell. Wow. T. A. A Son . Bren ha ni. KIKTM fAC.K. Círabow, A. H., Caldwell. Murray. T. V.. Caldwell. Htoke . J- Caldwell. Womble. W. T.. Caldwell. SIXTH PAO*. Hermann, Ci.. Brenham. Jenkin . W. Caldwell. Musch. l r. W. II.. C aldwell. Si-vera, W. F., Cedar Rapid , la. SKVKNTH PACK. Caldwell Merchant*. Kir.IlTH l'AUK. Independence Pnb. Co.. Chicago. Kíley-John ton Co.. Caldwell. Stone & Hltchciick. Caldwell. Wood. W. A. A Co.. Brenhain. NISTII P COK. (iillev iV Haden. Caldwell. Hunt Grocery Co., Caldwell. I. vi. lí.. Caldwell. TKNTt! i-M.r . Central Hotel. Brenham. Jackson, Sam H.« Caldwell. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

« ■ m. PM:' Educational Department. Bs prof. 3. C. TKlatte. The editor of the best county paper in Texas have seen tit to allow me to present my cogita- tions on education to its many readers through its columns. I am convinced—and I think you are—that they will make every effort in their power to advance Burleson county financially, polit- ically, industrially, socially, spir- itually and educationally. It should have every citizen's sup- port. From the many good words and much interest manifested by the readers of the News-Chkoni- cle in the writings of my es- teemed friend the former editor of this department, Prof. C. James, I know the theme of edu- that the editors have not erred in allowing me the privileges above mentioned. J. C. Watts. I am persuaded that there is an • erroneous opinion prevailing among thousands of American citizens concerning the scope, de- sign and power of education. On account of this its powers are doubted .nd its great values are apt to be overlooked....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

■ 0ñ <£' 9 9 ( eco HERALDS OF SPRING for the poet may be the lilies, but for the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossoms with delightfully attractive patterns in Organdies, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They come from makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beauty and good quality they cost little. All our otíier depart- ^ t mcnts have complete new stocks. LCV L * I j Jno. Gregg, a prosperous plant* * PEOPLE YOU KNOW. £ er from the bottom, near Pitt- - in «he ci.v auendin* court this week. Hob Oliver lift Sunday night Frank Stefka accompanied for Austin. Mrs. Paul Bravenec toBuckholts, Joe I'olaus!.v. of Lyons, was in where she will visit her brother the city Monday. for severa! weeks. J. H. Kredek. of Lyons, was in Wi" Lackey, of Maysfield, a the citv Monday. hard working- candidate for the position of principal of tbe Cald-j T. R. Batte, <>f lirvan,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

8' its® * if* The Oak wood Sun ban the fol- Jowiny sound reasoning to offer in regard to a country news- paper man's troubles: A paper can do much and last* ing good for a town if it receives the proper support from the business men, but this is seldom «ccorded to any paper, and it is indeed a rare thing- that the ear- nest toil of a hard-wording news- paper man receives its just share of appreciation or remuneration. As a general rule merchants are slow to advertise during the sum- mer months, forgetting the great good done to them by their home paper during the busy season, and so let the editor starve it out from January to September. Many do not believe in advertis- ing at al!, and in this belief there is just as much consistency as name and business before the people and changes his ads often. A man who will assert that ad- vertising doesn't pay makes the statement in the face of the strongest proofs to the contrary. His Ufe Wat Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citiaen of Ha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

MKCfORV or ornaos. • * HTATK OFFH'BKK. Governor • Jo*. !'• ttayer* Lieutenant (ioveruor. .J. N. Browning Comptroller R. W. Klnley Attorney General Thoa. 8. Smith Land üommUaioiier.. .lieu. V . I1 ingcr John W. Kobinn Supt. Public Iiutriictiou.. J. Kendall It KI*HK*KN"TAT IV Kf. ConjfreitHniaii.'Hh l)i t.. A. S. llurlenoii tat«r Senator, 10th DUt. Heber Stone Rfpr^^dt'ivc^Mth l)ht. . S. H. tfoodlett Repre«ontative 49th Dint,.. J• H. Tate umruuT oKi'U'Eit*. District Judge Kti K. sinkn s¡on represents and offend all DUtrict Attorney W. K. Ma.vnard DUtrict Clerk O- W. Grant I wish you would rip John up the back. He i a neighbor of mine, and I hate to make him mad. Now, if this man tells the truth, and John Smith's cow threatens the shins and the safety of pass* ers-by, this neighbor owes it to himself, to the community in which he lives and to his neigh- bor, John Smith, to report to the officers any such violation of the law, and not endeavor to get a newspaper to shoulder the re- spon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 May 1899

12 sS 3§i 4S *& 4© 4S 4© *& sS 4© 4S M6ftftft66ftftftftMftfttt66M6ftft666ftftfift66ftftftftftM! Maximum values at Minimum Prices i That is what cash buyers want and we give it to them. W e buy for cash be- cause we can buy cheaper. We sell for cash because we can afford to sell cheaper. To prove that we do sell cheaper, compare our prices with credit store prices. YOU ARE SAFE WHEN YOU BUY HERE As our store policy makes it so. One price to everyone, marked in plain figures. Never say a thing we do not mean to make good. Never misrepresent goods nor persuade customers against their inclinations. Honest goods at honest prices. The best value for the lowest price. Your money back if you want it. Those are the cardinal principals of our policy. Any child can grasp that; just as simple as A B C. A ¿VA Ready'to-'Wear Garments. We wish this week to call the attention of the ladies to our big stock of Ready-to-Wear Garments, of which we are making a special effort to have the right ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle. i VOL. XX. Ot!K AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FAKMERB AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE. 2, 1899. NO. 2. FAGAN'S ANNUAL INVENTORY ^OCCURS IN JULY.-— It is a long and tedious job. It must be done care- fully to get it eorreet, and must be correct to get insur- ance, consequently the smaller the stock the greater the certaintv of correctness. It Pays to Trade at COBB'S Caldwell's Greatest Store. ^ Read His Ad on last Page. Hence c\er\ Remnant of Dress C.oods or IMece'^^WWW.WWMMWWWMWW^WWMRf^ (ioods of any kind, and every odd lot of Nats, Suspen- ders, (ilo\cs. Shoes, Strap Sandals or small lots of Clothing, will be offered at a price regardless of cost that it will pa\ you to investigate. Meeting of l. C. V. HUGO. Hoot.. T xas, May >'>. Khitoks Ni:« s Ciikomi i,k: Mihs Ida Ma v field , n«l Messl's. May 27. Mv Dear Sir: Your letter of May 12 was duly re- ceived, I have this day given in- struct. ons ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

= orncius. «¡TiTK oPFICKIt Govern,ur Ju*. l>. Saver Lieutenant (ioveruor. .J. N. IJrowniug ¡ Comptroller Attorney General everything: joints toa victory of the reform forces.. «There is no disintegration of the silver republican* except in ===== subjective—it* normal develop ment centrifugal rather than cen- tripetal. The great things of this world m = ■r K. w. Kinley the visions of those who wish the are done bv poor, weak people. miilkioner. Geo'.'\V?Ki"jrer success of the gold standard, people with all sorts of infirmi- We dlwaufc Iwve ban The Jamtetfs New York Store, LEADER OF LOW PRICES. Laud CommiiMtoner.. .Geo. W. Treasurer John W. Kobin trust-controlled, imperialistic re-1 ties and compassed by all sorts 8upt. Public Instruction. . J. S. Kendall ....1.1: _ I «■ • ... . .... . • the Leader of Low Prices during our Nineteen Year*' publican part v. KKI'ltECKXTATIVRri. Congressman,**th I)i t. . A. K. Hurlcitoti llact management keep more State Senator. 10th l ii.t. .Heber Sto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

JUSTICE AU THAI 18 A8KE0. Um liberty *f llw Pmi to ike lack • • UM law. At the recent meeting in Dal Uih of the State l'ress associa- tion, the following report was made by the special libel coni-,are aligned by despotic power at is now the law in moat other k ta tes. In ¡ta actual operations the libel system of Texas is without a precedent in the Knglish speak- ing language, and can only be de- fended upon the grounds that mittee. Your special committee on the Hubject of newspaper libel re- spectfully submits: That the ab- sence of a civil law in this state on the subject of libel and con- flicting decisions by different ap- pellate courts have resulted in confusion and uncertainty as to in monarchical forms of govern ment for placing limitations upon public information. If it is the desire of the people of this state to make permanent the system, we respectfully ap- peal to them to do it in the form ¡ of statutory enactment, pledging ourselves to loyally abide their • *■ > iff ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

T. A. Low & Sons. Brttiham, Texas* Carry everything in thevehicW lino. T-.vt to three carload* to «.elect from, «¿nick «ales enable u to make pfic ' right• ': you want a llu^cy. Surrey. Phaeton, Juntp eat, K<>a«l Wagon, or anything on wheel , it will pay you to «■ our *tock before buying, our Adriatic * Iluckey Mower and Thomas Hay Rake* have no equal: and you can alway get the extra from our Hhelve . We carry the extra for all South Texa* for the Adriatic* Buckeye, office and buggy hou.se south of and near the pa**eiiger depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our stock. If we cannot sell you better good* for less money we do not expect you to buy. T. A. LOW & SONS. ¡Stories of tt)e Street, 5 •I II11 i • MMJI **• • • • I • l MJ MMMM • ^ «tu, on p | INDUSTRIAL OPENINGS. H Small Capital. Liteef, which are u«ed universally W. B. Silliman's new nn tin-hland, are u-ry abundant, and ■e 4. He means busi- luring t.. l werin iuisiii ; ííuwe | the air for yard.'arotmd w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. 5=5 «elves a* in not thinking of our« nelve at all. IMMH« might; and you will be creator of a double joy here upon earth, and in the presence of the angela of (iod in heaven.— I nitcd J'rcs- hytcrian. ««««« I «during HarAwu. The christian is admonished 1. Never do a thing if you are in doubt about its being right. 2. Never take your Christian- ity from others but strive to fol- low Christ. 3. Never believe what you /eel if it contradicts Christ. 4. Never let a day pass with- out trying to do aomu good in the name of the Lord Jesus. 5. Never neglect private Bible reading. <>. Never neglect secret ' prayer. 7. Never let sin mpke you . I skulk away from Christ,but come beforehand that he shall not sail t0himatuncc wilh humble con- Kvery man, young or old, who applies for a position in the Bank of England, no matter what his recommendations, is asked twenty questions. The first one is: «How do you spend your Sundays? If he answers that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

i CALDWELL NEWS-CHKONICLE, S jomen. tditort and Prvpritfr . ■atorad in the Caldwell pr sto«c« m mc- M4<«Iihm matter. SülMwriptloa Rato . e _ Y ar il Moatlia. . ur Montna o Mutitli . •1 U T . Advortlftiag Rat« . All advertUlimon «r*t will liecluinred • cent per Indi straight, wltli no reduction tor Ur«r«' «d>. Display iid* one Insertion twenty renta par fncn; two Insertion* thirty-live oenU Mr lick; no month lxty cent per Inch. Staht your subscription list for the wagon yard. Wc are anxious to sign it. Tin-: matter of a public weigher bus been considerably discussed by It seems to be a matter requir =55 Wi: notice several of our ex- changes are fust adopting the rule which has been long been practiced by the majority of papers everywhere, of charging for resolutions of respect, cards . , . . * of thanks, and puffs for all enter- manv of our readers latelv. _ .... tainments where admission is charged. We are glad to see the ing some study, and should re-, fevv remaining brethren...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

I T -W'., 7! Ike Stary of • P rk Mftet. Galveston New . The Htory, as far a told, in this: The three Humphries, father and two sons, were farm- er of Henderson county. They were plain people, whn tilled the •oil with diligence, owned the soil they tilled, and were called thrifty. The father had gone into the confederate army with thousands of Texan* and fought for the cause he thought was right. Returning home, he sought the field for himself and those who were to come after him. As far as the records show, no indictment was ever lodged against bis name. His two sons had been charged with ' a petty crime. The charge had not, as far as records show, been ¡ inquired into by a court on final trial. But in making arrests a constable was killed, and it ap- pears that it was believed that the three Humphries knew the whereabouts of the man who did the killing. The three men. father ami two sons, were each at his home with hi-, family on thenitflu w hen the mob appeared and took them pris«...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

"K ^fPlPS Educational department. Bt> prof. 3. C. UHatte. Do you want lo educate your. enough stress on physical educa* children? tion. So many of our young peo- Amid the wild chorus of yeses' pie have secured excellent rnen- that my imagination's ear hears, tal equipments for life's battle, there >s a discord. I hear a con- scientious mother say, «I don't know. If my daughter should • return from school lazy, indolent and conceited, like my neighbor's have done, if that is education I don't want it! One man will = = he confessed the hiding place of a «man wanted for killing a costable a short time ago. Sher* iff Richardson and posse are now in the Transcedar section. Dallas, Texas, May 25.—Thrte white men, James Humphries and his two grown sons, were lynched near the village of Aley, in Henderson county, a remote neighborhood, devoid of tele- but muM spend much of their j Kr Ph- telephone or railway con- time in search of health. nectiona and about seventy-five Phyaical educa...

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