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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

kL NEWS. ime Card 13:M p. m 18: tt. m 3:41 a. m 3:54 p. m . . 11:50 n. ni U:flOH. in , of Velaaoo, *is ;urry. L'ollins visited rela- lam Sunday. [Duckworth is visiting plton this week. h«s been attending ^Grange this week. |lian Murray returned i school at Georgetown. |tla Gee of Velasco is vis- Eds and relatives in the fj. Stephens and family ing relatives in Lee county Bk. Stubbs of the Fraimville irhood was iu the city Wed- Nelms will soon move the 8. G. Ragsdale house Ithe oil mill. rs. L. F. Graesmuck and chil- I, of Brnnham, are visting rel- feB in the city. [rs. J. H. Fuoss and children Thursday for Ottawa, Kansas, visit her parents. 'Mrs. Will Veazy and children ift Sunday for Haskell, where ley will spend the summer Mrs. H. C. Harnett and children, fof Somerville, visited friends and rolatlveB in the city this week. le Rumor says there will be lore weddings in high life ifore many weeks. Ford's new residence is under way and will be pushed through to com- k9urry returned Tu...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 August 1897

J fboy'll id here >k- ir your his said yon Inking it was me. looked right smart like red it. oomin' the way it tat I'm awful glad it wasn' Ene added, with hie old femil- mile, and Jaokie, to the sment of the whole school, out his freokled little hand to ir, Walters, and they gravely Look hands, after whioh the boy rent to his seat again. Some of the children thought they saw tears in -'teacher's" eyes for just one moment, but they must have been mistaken "teacher'' was a grown man, with no one to punish him, and why should he have tears in his ¿yes? Mr. Walters did not punish Fatty James for telling, because he him- eelf had asked about the matter, and it was made plain that, though Fatty was a "telltale," he had not intentionally told an un truth. Then, too, one of Fatty's eyes was bruised and blaok, and hie nose was nearly twice its nat- al sise. He and Jackie had had understanding at reoets the day fore, and maybe he was pun ed enough. ▲ proud and happy boy was ie when school ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

" > i. > p Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1897. NO. 13. J. F. Cobb, St £ MS 4' "My Mamma Does, Too/' Says another little tot, "Itecauae she say she can send any of us children here to buy for her and know we will not be overcharged lor g<*Hk, but will pay the same prices she or anyone else would pay, and those prices arc right, too." $ ur Own Knitting. Life is too short and profits altogether too small for us to attempt to attend to other people' business and our own too. Hence we have always kept everlastingly at it. attending strictly to our own knitting and it has brought us success. J. F. COBB. Do Yob Need Anything In the Millinery Line ? Here is a Rare Opportunity for you •> We are Offering all Trimmed Hats in Ladies and Chil- dren's styles at half price, JUST THINK! Of SI, $2, $.*, $4. $5 and $<> hats which were very cheap at those prices, being sold for 5<)c, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3. Can you a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

K ÍB NEWS-CHRONICLE ' k JOI NEB. Kinross Ano I'aoratrroiu 'he Hebrew Bible is for himet- im, airtight and simple! II ia itten: "When silver and gold then everything thou nill be multiplied)"— While aome don't think there'a uch in the Observer, «re ara sore eel mora oat of it than we have ever been able to gel out of 'the eaid critica.—McGregor Ob* A habit when ones firmly fast- ened ia bard to break. Preeident McKinley, although away up on Lake Champlaio, still looks under the bed of nights for office seekers. —Houaton Poat. Talk about prioes oí horsea and cattle declining. Head the follow in the Houston Daily Times of Jane 26, 1869: Horees ara aelling in G míales county at $17 per head, and cattle at three dollars. k&, Bffi W 1 W- I i \ W- We long to see the day when business houses will be like print ing offices. Whan a fellow can go mn and get ten or fifteen cenia' worth o! most anything he wants *nd not have to pay for it.—Mc* <Jregor Observer. Senator Chilton, of Taxes, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

;V:; wmmmamm :&üma HARDWARE At Your Own Price. Having again taken charge of my stock recently sold to Cromartio & Ilolik, Í will now proceed to dispose of same at greatly reduced prices FOR CASH ONLY What U not sold will be moved. If you want any thing in this line, come at once for this sale will not continue always. After the stock is reduced to a minimum the balance will go to Bryan. If you want to save money Now is the time A. B. CARR, JR \ • ■■in yellow pka1rif i.(x als. Th annual Sunday school pic- nic cftm« oil last Thursday, the 5th inct. There were not aa many , • tn aUeitdai.ee a* unual at thin p.aca. The hot weather may have kept some away. However, Iher* wm a nice dinner plat-ad on the tiihlr*, which was greatly en- j« >ed bv e'l preset- The yon g people had a real r ic« t in*. \V«? w te pleased to tee the y unggerc tleu.en ao polite ar.d attentive to the gtr!s. The receipta from the are f r the benefit of the Huuday school, for literature, li- brary, etc., wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

WWM '' •■vi W-' íM THE NEWS-CHRONICLE / t:. L V •oct 4 JOINER. Editor* and I'nnPHirroM # '■ «! fW| Friday at Caldwell, Texaa. lalcmd In the Caldwell poatoMce u dm rían* matter.' I Am Year fl M> Pte Moni h I oo Vine Monto* 30 SUBSCRIPTION NATIS: caldwell. texas. aljulwt 13. int. 4 GOOD PUPEA APPRECIATED. When we purchased the News and Chronicle the eubecription price of each paper wu $1.0v> per annum. Hating bad a good many year* experience in the newspaper basin ess, and knowing that a first- olais paper could not be ran at that price, we felt sure that a good paper would be appreciated at $1.50. We accordingly raised the mbaoription price to $150 imme- diately on taking charge. Right at the start we were ad- wised by one or two busineas men la Caldwell that the raise would not pay and would eventually lote tor us large numbers of subscribers because they would not want a good county paper at 91.50 when tbey could get the Houston semi- weekly Post, the New York tri- weekly Wor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

•• ' ' rrW* ^ ■ IB' (mporhni Stock ¿am. Wa gi?« below the U«r paesed by the last session of the legirU- ture regulating the turning oak of •look in sections where the stock law is in force This new law takes effect on Augn*t 20. Tb* stook law is in f.,ra> ali 0ftr Bur leson count/ end covers hogs, goats aud sheep. Following It the ' *: Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Tesas: That any perron who shall wilfully turn out or oaure to be turned out, on lsnd not his own or under his oontrol, or wbo «hall wilfully fsil or rtfuae to keep up any stock, prohibited by law from running at large in any county or subdivision of sny county in this BUM, in which the stock law has been adopted; or who shall wilfully allow such stock to trespass upon the lend of another, in such county, or sub- division there' f; or who aha! I wil- fully permit to run at large **jy stock of his own, or of which he is tbe agent, or of which he has con- trol, and not permitted to run at Ur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

i: 7 1 -''.H: *T t#' JSP / ¡ \ A Connm Error. ttawMcUc ClUef. Wnk after «««k we have read kind noiioea of Grayson Collage In the WhUawiight paper. These papera bavt advertised thin educa- tional institute free of obarge un- til It h as become prominent aa one of the beat aohoolc in Texas. The Whitewright papers have aplendid printing eetabliahmenta, fitted up at great expenae, but we notice that the contract for printing the Grayson College oatalogue for 1KU7-98, and other printing waa wrarded to n Paris shop. The teonlty invitad bids from Fort Worth, Sherman, Honham, Paris and other piicee, and the Paris bid being a shade lower than the Whitewright bid, the work waa sent away from home. The White wright papera have fallan into a oommon error. They are in the hfbit cf pnffiing and I lowing everything of publio interest free of charge until the vary inatitution they se*k to benefit have turned against them. The writer learned this bitter lesaon years ago. We mo longer work for any ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

:t- •w I : Us ler I hom HIX. The following thoughts w re u iogg<fct d by reading Whittiar' "Snow Hound:" UMKATCII Lira. The I'aat, In lU «liruuÜH of <U«utli ■I—pillMI It's pul f U* CMMd; tin Dilute lice gmw¡ O'er Ilk liler «tul mourner* are weeping. Fur tin* tlitoita to oblivion with It have Ihhir bourne. Till* dead iiunt OBM. In lt« full itNBith, wrta living. In li* enilware and lu arm we fondled ami dri'kmiil; Our toll*. tear* and triture , our all we ur« ttlvl « A It |m« w| u> lh*< Inexorable to be unru- The friend ha* departed; no heritage It h«« left u* H V« the prouiUe to haunt U wlthm|M«'trek from IIa ImiiiiiiI*. Of many dear treasure It lia robln-d Hod bereft u*. The llujcerlnif tear of >mdiii<M it t ten ta to It* wound . Ilut ran i turret It? tnu t *«• never lUten To Iba whimper that onme (rotn Its dark- IMNtft Mltd Ifl.MOl.V Forltld It man'* nut ure! Take the nunlieam* that *11 tell. Itut give the hallowed lireittlilnc* that eoaie from It* womb. Hor Awful...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 August 1897

The Local Happenings. Hallway Time C«rd. Mortbbound IS Ml p. m * w:sft . di Suuthtmimd 3.41 p. in -M . m North Freight. II ;M *. m South •• 11: . Hi a*? RI ■ ■ ' '■ wm' J; i B v"' " ■&iw fctóK,¿>■ •'■V , BP i ■ ' tjk. Look at our nsw sign will yon. Mi* Barton of Belton ii vlslt- tag Mita Lona Chiles. John W. Chamberí of Ljona was In the city Tueeday. Notice Dea tech A Womble's 5; new ad in mother oolamn. Dr. J. H. Jenkine was in Gal- veston a few days this week. J. F. Cobb went to St. L jais Monday night to boy goods. A. B. Carr, Jr., of Bryan, was is the dty this week on business. Dot Oliver accompanied his brother Curtis home to Bryan this week. Build a free wagon yard and our trade will increase twenty-five per cent. G. B. James bad a very sick horse Tuesday night, but he re- covered o. k. H. Alford returned Monday morning from a week's stay at Corpus Christi. The Nxwb-Chkonicle is under obligations to Miss Bessie Withers lor favors cxiende i this week. Mre. W. M. Stone an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

5fr i « * * * ««yi - «ji. , • Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWKLL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1897. NO. 14. J. F. Cobb, iff- s|' "My Mamma Does, Too," Say another little tot, "Ik;cause she nays she can send any of us children here to buy for her and know we will not be overcharged for £4mkIh, but will pay the same prices she or anyone else would pay, and those price* are right, too." ur Own Knitting. 0 Life is too short and profits altogether too small for us to attempt to attend to other jH'ople's business and our own too. Hence we have always kept everlastingly at it, attending strictly to our own knitting and it has brought us success. J. F. COBB. Do Yon Need Anything In the Millinery Line ? Here is a Rare Opportunity for you. We are Offering all Trimmed Hats in Ladies and Chil- dren's styles at HALF PRICE, JUST THINK! Of $1, $2, $3, $4. $5 and $6 hats which were very cheap at those priccs, being sold for 50c, SI, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3. Can you afford ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE bcit* joineb-eumiea utl'iuwriimii W demand restitution from the Richmond Cosoter. They My Cam- •von baa a good well and then goee on to describe our well. They probably got an item out of the Camarón Herald which that paper kind enough to give us. While in Waco laat week The «lot man visited the natatorium, and we know it the citizane of oould fully realise the pleasure and benefits of an insti- tution of this kind, some one would take the loot) in establish IttR one here.—Brszoe Pilot. Yee, but that takes water. Bdblkbon county's taxable val- uj8 aie *3,860>64 and that of 'Brasoi ooun'y $8,826,958, a differ- ence in favor of Brasos county of $466,01*4. Burleson shows an in- oreaee over last year of $82,976. Brazos shows a dtce-iee of |6V>,- 970. The Brazo i Pilot man is ex- tremely modest, lie says Bryan la recognised by everybody aa the -hait town in the dietriot between Dallas and Houston. Wonder where Cleburne, Hillsboro, Wax- ahachie, Waco, Temple, Belt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

fiiülB TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS! The rain has come, the drouth is broken, but Carr's $10,000 Slaughter Hard- ware Sales preceded it and had already made hundreds of good farmers and mer- ¡ chants and their good wives happy, and ready to join other happy ones about the wonderful bargains they got at Carr's Closing Out Sale. I he half lias never yet been told. Another big cut. The stock must move. He needs the manager at home. Remember this bonanza w ill not last. It will posi- tively close within 00 days from August 1. I will remind you again that never be- fore has liurlcson county been blessed with the chance to purchase a $10,000 stock >t hardware for a little less than SO,000. This you see is direct from the Manufac- • * turer to the people. \'o middleman in it. All yours. Below I give you a list of a few bargains I have to offer, that you may see this is no fake but a business proposition. A pew Catchy Prices, Shelf Hardware and House Furnishing Goods. Carver'* srt, extra large $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE \Wsfc i&x' - ;4y'r Hi, - x y:>' j . „•> HRr$& *; «JP * V 4 JOI xtr. eomhu aid hutrainiw •rrrjr Krl<1*j it CtMwcll. Tou. I* the C*M««tl pmrtolrr u wk MMr. onoe or twloo in the Net twenty year . Another thing they don't V a would like to bin a latter every week from Merle, 8 baa ta, Clay Station, Tonia and Deanville. Wa bare eecured vary good oorreepoadenta in eev- eral piaoaa hot would like to ha to euaacniPTioM ratio: Veer |Mh Montas SI 1 eat Ml seem to think of at all. Cotton ia just about the only orop that really needs rain when it never falls. Change you crops. Don't sleep any longer, Vut charge your crop. I 'he whole ooon*y r^preeented. THE INJUNCTION AGAIN, Tac COttOU C/op • *etuu ..ed ! conservative cotton man to about 9,760,000 b las thia Jannef.'s New York Store Eve * O- Day is / be rae son. CaLPWELL, TEXAS. Al'UCST . MS?. CHANCE YOW CROPS Daring the past two or three Months we have atked aa many as fifty or sixty farmers of Barleaon coun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

U , 'Ot,,.,iv; * $É@ 1 'v" í 1 <r^ ir«f C410 Wtu s MHLOSQMtH And now it Mema that we are ',0 have the "golden deys of '49 over «gain. Born* hardy f^tn. turer ha found A1 adding paiaee in far away fr<s*n ind another has discover M u>opU io Central Ameri ^ laat aurpe«te: tha Treusvaal., Wa may «xpeot within the ¿-cade to sea a grand comuier center in the heart of the t'.opics. and realise the dreain °* the ''fresen metropc lis" on Aleeke's frigid shorel imagine the hoaree scream of the loocmr. tive resounding from Alaska's grim fUriers, and connecting the "city ol the north" with the "city of the south," liceted far beyond the borders of Moeaic Mexico! If the Klondike is not overetlimated, tie Ai glo-fcu x «n will aoon sap ' p eni th<* E«quimot Imagine in reality a frost n metropolis on Alaska's polar strand, wi-h it fourteen-story biildinga built of blui ka i f virgin ice, and lighted by j tbe aurora bjreali*. * * * "I it 111 * wltil. MOKiU' front liul.llr view Fmm jrdáti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

THE WAY THE LAW WORKS. Farmor% Complaining of law Which Enabltt the Rich to Hob Thorn. r " E' Bt^nuind Ooa ter. That there Is one law for the rich and another or none for the la a fact which is becoming evident every day, and it bat one of (he many eigne of the impending change in our affairs of government. This was shown in Richmond last week when a party of farmers ewe In to see if they ooold not get protection against their landlord. From their story It seemed that they engaged to work on ehsree on a large planta- tion, end the landlord was to sup- ply them with provisions during the year. After they had worked a month or more, oontracts were presented to them to sign, along with the intimation that a refoesl to do eo would result in their dis- missal. As this would mean the loes of their labor and probably leave them without work for the balanoe of the year, it was only natural that ^they should sign anything that would promlee continued ei- ietence to their wives and children. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

Labor Nttd Capital or O—o Capital Gongreiamao Howard of Ala- guna, uruollj baa something to •ay when ha takea tha floor and ha knowa how to lay it, too Ha want alttr ' Capita Uo" the other day, and ha made (he oapitaliatio representative# squirm. He eai 1: We are endeavoring to protfet and hulld up capital, losing sight of labur, hoping that when capital prospers, whan millionaires grow fst off the labor of the masse?; when they have piled up a few more millions into their already burating ooffeia, that sow a good spirit will prompt them to unclasp their greedy Sh)l,c* hand* an«i allow some of thtsir prosperity to drop <*own cn the common herd below. We hare reversed the nstural on'er of things and p'aced capital above labor. of the land, who have grown rich off tha toil, the eweat, the groans, tha prayer , the tears and blood cf labor and you will find your answer there. Capital haa made slaves, abject, helpless slaves, of more than 30,- 000,000 of our fellow men. Capital han gr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 August 1897

HL h¿ rT'. if m' If timfc- fctTr * - m M4m &CVÍV ip The Local Happenings. —a- -* L...J—tui—J Railway Time Cord* Northbound lt:Mp. in 1« *. m Southbound 8:41 p. m " 3:M a. m North Freight 1I ..V) n in eeuth •' 11:80*. m Wm. Reeves wu in Houeton this week. Mita Irma Mecom ie visiting in Liberty county. Looiue Broaddua ii very ill we are sorry to ssy. R. L. Joiner mide a flying trip to Waco this wsek. Mita Emma Stewart ia visiting xslstivcs in Calvert. Edward Reevea, Sr., has returned from hie trip to Louisiana. Mrs. M. E. Hitchcock ia visiting bar daughter Mra. Harnett of Somerville. Mr. W. J Harria ia viei'ing her sister in Gatesville. She will probably return Saturday. Sam Levi, who has been attend- ing achool at Houston during the paat summer, haa returned home. C. L. Windbauaen left Saturday night for St. Louie to do the fall buying for Herbet A Windbauaen. Mrs. Dr. Sparks of Hix ia very ill, the family eent in after Dr. Oliver, who went cut Wednesday evening. Our readera are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

J ti* "l I i Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897. NO. 15. T0RSY¿£Á53 O- i •ss*; "Topsy" Hosiery Leads j I have just received 580 dozen of them from headquarters, which is the second largest single shipment into the State of Texas this season. This may sound a little "faky" to you, but it is a fact, nevertheless. These goods were l ought at old prices and will Ik* sold at old prices as long as they last. The new tariff has not Ix'cn added yet, but some of the numliers will soon be advanced alxmt thirty per cent, and there will Ik* an advance all along the line, so I have taken the precaution to protect myself and my customers for this season at least. Below aro a few of my pricey: Ladies' Fast Black Hose 5 c Seamless do " Ribbed do N'áíc Double Heel and Toe do. \2x/ic High Grades, up from.. 15 c Misses Fast Black, Ribbed Hose 5 c " Seamless do 10 c Extra Heavy do 15 c Misses High Grade do 25 c Infant Fast Blk Hose, 5c, 10c an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

-:v 1 fe fes wt! fe1 * if MMBU Y MAKE HAH. "Winkton accommodation traía it on train number twg! Paiten- «ara for Pawket Junction, taka tfcii train! Fairmoant expraaa Imtn on track numbar aix in tan arinotMl'* roarad the black train- nailer at tha Q. and X. railway Woman aaisad babiaa and fctndlee and hurried off in nervoua feaate. A few man leiaurely saun- tered off, while many patiently re- igned themaalvei to another per- iod of waiting. Ont in tha train-houae stood tha Ifeirmount exprese, with an at- Cot of aaaming superiority to all a rueh and hubbub going on •bout it. The long, polished otra, Hm bright braaawork, the eusb- ioaed deptha seen in glimpaaa through tha great window-panes, nil wore an air of repoae and re- serve befitting a "veatibulad Urn- Had." Near one of Its rear oars stood a bright-faced young brakeman with hia blue cap aet back on his sunny head, gating at a train, with sev- eral inches of tnow on ita car roofs, that had jost drawn in on the next track. Tha eng...

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