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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

THIRTT-DAY COSI SALE! On account of our annual in- _ ventory, July ist, we will sell all t f goods at cost from May 31st to 4,'f June 30th. To assure the public 4 ^ that this is a real bona fide sale, we herewith exhibit our cost mark. Nothing reserved. Everything goes. This is no : [ fake sale. Bring a copy of this ad with cost mark for reference. Below is our cost mark: V SWITZERLAND 1 234567890 repeater. EXAMPLE* To find coat of goods i SND is $1.00. ZN is 50ci WDN is $2.20) WZ is 25c. D. LEVI, Leader In Cut Prices, ^ Caldwell, Texas. ^ in eft iíi iti ifeitnÍMÍHti i; I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. « A C Will Lackey returned to Mays- field last Friday. S. II. Murray has been on the sick list this week. Mrs. T. II. Sk raba nek and baby are both ill this week. Kenne\ \Yomack. * t Houston, is itjc t<> see the <• i• I folks. Prof. J. M. Hale, ol Kl^in. re- turned home Friday last. l)r. Moses went to (iiddings Sunday to \isii his sister * . Mrs. Rube hanley h;;s just re- covered from a se...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

on reus. Ito (mnm el IfWfUf Is %*r> Galveston, Texas, May 22. «Texas has more average intell.« jjeoce than any other slate in the Union. said Kugcne V. Debs this morning. That statement, taken in con- nection with the advice Secretary Wilson gave to young men the other day, should prove a pretty strong advertisement lor the Lone Star state. It is nearly two and one-hali years since Mr. Debs was here. He thought Texas was a great state then. He thinks it is a greater now. «Such intelligence among the farmers and laboring people 1 have never found elsewhere. In the northern part of the >tate. at Bonbam. Cleburne and other places in w hich I spoke, the farm- ers actually drove a distance of twenty-five to thirty miles to hear what I had to say. They are p*^ted on economics, too. The rusty looking fellows with trowsers staffed in their boot tops were able to hold their own in a discussion of economic the- ories. Many of them have read the best works on the subject and all evince a...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

Waco Time • Herald. The committie on judiciary in source of. inconvenience to the the Connecticut house of repre- mill*. The Newn uses thin new MentativcH ha* reported a bill on I Texas product for the disemina- libel with the recommendation j t'on intelligence for the first that it be made law. For years ! time that it has been utilised, the matter han been under discus-' The Kugarlund paper mill is ion, and now there is strong hope I said to be the only one in the for relief. The New Haven Keg- 1 'nited States which turns out its i ter says there is not an intluen- ¡ product from the fiber of the tial and widely circulating paper j sugar cane. Already the de- in Connec ticut that i>as not been mand exceeds the capacity of the put to unnecessary expense, in mill, because the paper is of such the ordinary routine of news superior quality. So far, how- publication. by the issuance of j ever, no effort has been made to libel processes made by clients prepare the product for new spa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 June 1899

4S 4® i *ss ÍÍMUWUWH MWMMMm< Niaxiniuii) values at Minimum Prices I That is what cash buyers want and wo give it to them. We 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 wc do not mean to make good. Never misrepresent goods nor persuade customers against their inclinations. Honest goods at honest prices. Thz 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; jus* as simple as A B C. AAA Ready'te Wear Garments. We wish this week to call the attention of the ladies to our big stock of Rcndy-to-Wear Garments, cf which we are making a spec.dWffcr' to have the righMhing at the i ... MU- and you know we do not know how to make a failure. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle OUK AIM 18 THE GKEATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL. BURLESONXQUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE. % 1899. NO. 3. HOGG. Hood. Texas, June 7. EntToMM Nk\v *Chkonk'I.k: All the farmers arc en joying a nice rest now, as they are through work until we have some rain, which is badly needed. Mrs. I. N. Maylield, son and daughter left for 1 a y lor last 1' ri- day, on a visit to Mrs. Maylield s parents. Mrs. Heslip, of Caldwell, is vis- iting Mrs. O. W. Chriesman. Miss Hay Maylield returned home Saturday, after spending a few days visiting Lula Watson. ilugli and Nor borne Nelson, of Center Point, were in our village Sunday. W. W. Watson went to Caldwell Monday night to attend .i Wood- men's meeting. Mrs. W. K. (lilley, of Center Point, was a very pleasant visitor in our burg Tuesday. Richard Boehme has returned from (liddings. where he has been attending school for the last sev- eral month*. A. V. Dairympie was in our city...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

it. K EffCCTS Of lilt TWJSTS. pipe and practically on all the! in present condition , a man try- TLp |f|||lll*tt'C ÑAU! YaH( 1 materials needed in hi trade. ing to put his money into circula- | ||u tf Wlllvl I U llVff I VI It VIVI U| «A* stated. my plumbing a8-| ion, to Reemploy n^t^^nj LEADER OF LOW PRICES. ' Loa Prl«> during our Nineteen Years* stay,. ot Buriie* BwWili | He * . sessinent to the trust was about!out ol work, wilt find •"«««•'• • ! s IM.rFarlv in the winter «venina moderate frame bulla- The followmg «^nonce of . -- £r«. t ^ ^ ^ hilked bv , con.plracy of,*« "««' * U*r ot kou« builder '"U^h;nit0"'^L racmoraruium o( my „dection.bnck dealer,. #75 by plumber t... .. a «ood *£? amounting to Ml. I did not buy ! robber., and enough more by way the tru.N.. " ' ,he lot until lattr. and when I various plunderer , large and •ook ote..rj^on u. vr. ma dg bargain .h-l mall. to keen himaelf and h.a our local merchants merely dis- u,u w :rh'bu,inff,ronnbUr,o ..— tru™sn"r -o out ol...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

- •.y':- Memphis Appeal. The twenty-five yen tie men who met in Kansas City and who called themselves the popu- lint middle-of-the-roaders, have issued a curious declaration to the country. They claim to have been sold out and betrayed in 1 K*M , and they denounce un- fair dealing, and in the next breath they advise their follow- ers to go into every precinct, county and state convention and to capture it from the fusionists under th« banner of futioniat- populites, but thia merely for the purpose of showing- the ex- tent and value of his contribution to the party. Populism is a tiling of the past. Those who control the wreckage and paraphernalia may meet to- gether now and then tor the pur- pose of dickering with the old parties, but a representative con- vention of populists is not likely to be held within the lifetime of the present generation. Hud management keeps more p <>- imiHN-tRANIIU Sill. Vrrdiit Kendrrcd lor the PUiintilf (or iiiirty Ihoutand Hollar . ... 1 , . - . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

" T. A. Low & Sons. Brenhamv Texas, Carry everything in the vehicle line. Two to three carload ti select from. (Juick Male enable 11 to make price* right. If you want a UutTiO. Surrey, Phaeton, Jump*eut, Kt>ad Wagon, or anything «>11 wheel , it will pay you to see our tock before buying. Our Adriance Buckeye Mower and Thoma* Hay Rake have no equal; and you can always get the extra from our shelve*. We carry the extras for all South Texa for the Adriance Buckeye. Office and buggy house south of and near the pa senger depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our tock. If we cannot sell you better good for les money we do not expect you to buy. T. A, LOW & SONS. AN I MRUS! CONFERENCE. tumwr Saver* Aak* Governor* and At- torney -General* to Meet at St. Lou*. Child IN«d of Hydrophobia. j Alice, Texas, June 5.— About four weeks ago, while J. L. Brady land family were camping near FAGAN'S ANNUAL INVENTORY ^OCCURS IN JULY.^ It is a long and tedious job. It must be done ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. «To err is human, to forgive divine. A gentleman once came to a friend and told how another had wronged and insulted him, and wound up by saying: «Don't you think I would be more like a man if I resented it? To which the friend very truthfully replied: «Yes. that would be like a man, but would it be like Christ, whom we are trying to imitate? in our judgments of him. Or there is a third man who for year* of his earlier life gave himself to sin, not caring for (iod nor man; but now he has changed: he is trying to live differently, but he finds it hard to be rid of the old habits of evil speaking and spite- ful action. Shall we not be a tri- lle patient with this man? I am sure that if we knew the human weakness that made possible the 8b k iH rc has wist'Iv said: action (hat offended us, we would «Kartl.lv power dulh then show ' ''"lu'r 1a"(fh or weep instead of likesHiod s when mere, seasons hee.,m.nK anKry. Am! O I'! i.iwilt tu spirit ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

CALDWELL NEW-CHRONICLE •Mr < joint*, mm Rat* red to the Caldwell poatoflce u ec ••4-cimui matter. Subscription RatM. 1 Year Month ... jr Montón o Mouth* . •1 AO 75 Ml 21 Advertising Rates. All Hdv«*rtUlncon flr*t t>ngf will beclmntisl 00 r.-nts jkt lurti otrulsht, with no reduction for lure adk. Dlaulay ad* one Insertion twenty cent* uer Inch: tw< Insertion* thlrty-ive cent* per Inch; on* month ktxty cenU per Inch. Local rate* twven and one-half cc<nt* per line Br t insertion and Ave cent* per line each#ut>M<|ucnt Inaertlon. Obituaries, card* of thank* and notice* of «Mitortalnment* nlven for religion , educii-; tlonal or charitable purpose at half regu- lar rate*. Leca! notice* of all kind* fl 00 per hundred word* first Insertion and 50 cent* per hun- dred woid* each subsequent Insertion. The NKW**CmtoKiCt«B desire* a corres- pondent at every uostofflee In the county, and In exchange will furnish the paper. sta- Uouery and postage free. Will be pleased Uj correspo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

= •STEPPfNd STONES, "Waco Tlme*-HcraId. «Men may rine on Mtepping ■tones of their dead sel ven to higher thing*. The Times-Herald would not, tbi first Sunday in June, attempt to rival the nweet girl graduate in the utterance of lofty aenti- tmenls poetically expressed. And yet for all of us there are lettRon* we need constantly to take to heart, and encourage- ments which when properly given rescue us from despair. For all of us life is a struggle. The tight is continuous and pro- longed-each day brings fresh •difficulties, suggesting that the houI can find no peft.ee except in the infinite. This light, this perpetual battling with the seen and the unseen, with things tem- poral and with things eternal this fight ends only with life it- self. Sometimes we think that this is not so. We look out into the world and see some bright and smiling life, and we -ay, lo! life has no struggle for this man., But the man himself knows bet- ter, and we, if we van gel close' enough to him, . an se...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

Our readers and merchant® frequently say: «The Nkws¿ Ciikoxici.k is certainly the best paper we ever had here. ^e publish « few remarks by ex- perienced newspaper men, to show what they think: That Jive, interesting and m..del pa- l*r the Nkws-Chhoniclk, Cald- well, Texa . in it* la t is.ite. entered «pon it twentieth volume. Two year* ago the proprietor*. Ru t A Joiner, purchased the New and the Chronicle, two papers, and consoli- dating them into one christened it the M«ws-Chkonici.k: with the last issue It entered upon its thin! year as the Xawa-CHKONiCLK. Thi paper i claimed, not only toy the proprietors, j but by oinc of the best papers in the state, amongst which is the Houston Post, to be the neatest, best gotten up j and most enterprising weekly paper in the state. The N'BWS-Chkoniclk has certainly made strides in circula- tion and i winning it way to public favor, and we wis!, it the ino t un- bounded success, for we can hardly imagine a success which would or could l>e ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

it o o o o o o i ,11111 pn U I II 111011)111.1I II101 Iini.iimijiiupi aupfRi ,.I ' «nn i II I$11|> (¡} $11j|l l$l ifl l$l $ t$l t$l t$) líltíllínÍMÍll|n|ll3níll|l - THIRTY-DAY COSI SALE! On account of our annual in- ventory, July ist, we will sell all goods at cost from May 31st to June 30th. To assure the public that this is a real bona fide sale, we herewith exhibit our cost mark. Nothing reserved. Everything goes. This is no fake sale. Bring a copy of this ad with cost mark for reference. Below is our cost mark: SWITZERLAND 1234567890 repeater. EXAMPLE) To find cost of goods i SND is $1.00. ZN is 50ci WDN is S2.20i WZ is 25c. D. LEVI, Leader In Cut Prices, Caldwell, Texas. ♦$ $ l$l |l <|l l|> $l l$l I$1 l|l l$l l|l«INI) t|> l$l l|l l$l ||) O <> O O o o 4> PEOPLE YOU KNOW. |PE( fWMW I R. A. Brantley, Jr., of Somer-! v ¡lio, was in the city a abort while Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Hudson returned Walter Werner went to Austin ' Sunday night from a three weeks' Sunday. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

I BT r nssl' !fe r. $- n. u .[large on the advantages of thin diet. Post Oaks, Texan, May 31. Editors Nswr-Chkohicmh In this day of long appetites and short rations, of big ward- robes and small finances, when personal adornment is predomi- nant over every virtue, it is ex- ceedingly annoying to be ever- lastingly wasting our time and substance in trying to satisfy our perpetual appetites when we need to concentrate all our means on outside appearances. This is an important field and one long neg- lected, and the man who solves the problem deserves to have his name inscribed by the side of the most illustrious of every age. THE DKIKH APPLE PLAN. The great advantages claimed for this plan are economy and simplicity. You simply eat the raw dried apples for breakfast, drink plenty of water for dinner and swell up for supper. This plan is available for all mmm Houston Post. The Journal, the representa- ¡ ti ve labor organ of Houston, in' its issue of last week, comments on the shortcomi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

, ■ ii tmcran pproamrr. |^4kNMiKa( lot Baulcftrast Safe éU«—l>ouxU «I liartowort*. "I iW the other oid an oU toldier <•( the regular«riu), "that oí* «f the «district** lads in l iuc, down in yiajM, was given a hit of log-shoul- -4ÍorÍK?g to do u a jwrirhiiittDt. 'I hi* i I km liM time IV heard of that old* time array puni*h«ent king revived. It wml to be a ivgulcr guurd house Íisni-linu nt wh«#i I was in the regu- ar outfit. A wan •entcr.cwl to ton <! v* in tiie guard house would either lie*sent out (•> work in the morning, jtolicing around the post, or he would l>e given hi* iwo-liotir^-uii-iinil-foiir- hours-off tours of log-humping. He'd ioive to carry hit. log ju-t as tho men on guanl carried their rifles in to far bs hours «f duty were cosecqned, ex- cept that he whs permitted to * leep in at right. The log* w igiun! from 80 to ]oo poiimU wlit u tin puri-li- ment was Hi-t emphyed in the regu- lar arm', hut tin .va Anally consid- ered too miu h of a good thing, an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 June 1899

It Pays to Trade at COBB'S goes as This is the spoken and unspoken sentiment of the trade in this vicinity. We are proud of the fart that our name s far in an advertisement as it does on a note, as we never advertise a thing that we cannot substantiate. The We mean to d< business that we will not keep, no ant it. These are some of the cardinal principles of this store. Milliners and Millinery. You know it is said that "Poets are U rn. not made." The one who phrased that ex- pression might have said the same of milli- ners. I)o you know that there is an art in de- signing hats to l ecome faces, and that every milliner don't possess this art? < >f course some ladies don't care, or at least don't seem to care, how dowdy their headwear is, and will buy most "any old thing." This kind can buy their hat> at nearly any dealer's, but the kind who want the right thing, you will notice always buy here. It costs no more not as much if you buy here—to get correct millinery than it d...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle OUR AIM Itt THE UKKATJSBT BENEFIT TU THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. rOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE, 16, 1899. NO. 4. S6MERVILLE. momkwii.i.k. Tex., June 14. jpitokh nkws-Cmkoniclk: The Santa Fe is rapidly putting: In the coal chute on an exteiv ive ind substantial plan. Our city in being hemmed in with side tracks so extensively that the citizens can barely cross [from one side "(town to the other . ind now have hardly any way [leading out southeast, the rail- 1 roiiti claiming that we have no I road through the Y. Something [must be done at once to relieve us from these inconveniences be- fore it becomes more com plicat- ed. The street north oí the depot must be opened, as it is the onlv street that can be kept open at ail 1 times. A crossing must be had at the south end of the V, as the company objects to anv passing through the yard. The railroad company is still driving piles lor a bridge across the Yegua. When...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

mmm />/.*. ta ree. uhfs jrncFs C alv**ton New . Wn. pi '¡i'' R; WJ ment the case are called until final judgment is rendered by the highest authority. There in own cgga, gave some away, ate all the eggs and young chickens we have wanted up to date, have had bad luck in rearing the The Jaanett's New York Store. a greater variety of judicial sys- tems, a more general diversity of opinion amongst judges, than one will be able to discover in other land under the sun. nv There are in the I nited States) reaj|y nothing more discouraging ..«« u«« .uv« . .v.. «v y. ■>«, •• rIMi, u.,,, D_#- ... ^ _ more court to the square vard, an ^\merjcan cititi/en who chicks, and of course lost all the ( "6 WWII bXPCCl /Our idlrOfldQC UDI6SS W6 D686TV6 It,, And we are not going to try to convince you that we de- serve it by talking to you. either over the counter or through advertisements. We shall try to convince you of the fact by offering such values that you will be con- vinced even against you...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

It ¡« astonishing bow readily | a bachelor will tike to baching when the opportunity present* itnelf. Now, there is the doctor: you «hould nee him ill the kitchen. As everyone known, he itt a model >f nealnewH, but you tthould have •een him making up biscuit this rning. With mathematical ex- [actnens the butter, «alt, baking powder, flour and Hoda were each measured in their turn. Then came the mixing: first there was too much milk for the flour, so the profeHHor had to come to his [assistance with a sifter of flour; then the dough would stick to his bands, so a butcher knife was called in to scrape it off. How he longed for a pair of forceps to extract the particles of glue, but the next minute he had wiped them off on his apron and was readv to proceed again. How that apron docs sot the doctor off. I hardly think it was made for him; if it was it don't set that way, for there about three feet of exposed pant legs between it and the floor. Slitnv. who had been out to milk the co...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

" ssss I' T. A. Low & Sons. Brtnham, Texas* Carry everything In the vehicle line. Two to three carload* to «elect from. juick sale enable* u* to make price* right. If you want a Buggy. Surrey. I'hactoii, JumpMat, Koad Wagon. or anything on wheel , it will pay you to *ec our t«>ck before buyiiig. Our Adriancc Buckeye Mower and Thoma Hay Rake* have no equal; and you can alway* get the extra from our shelve*. We carry the estra* for all South Tesa for the Adriancc Buckeye. Oticc and buggy houüe outh of and near the pa enger depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our stock. If we cannot *ell you better good for les money wcdo not i-xpect \ ou to buy. T. A. LOW & SONS. !• the farmer* «I Burleson Comity, were raised, and of course the producer has to pay for it. Another great trouble with our Caldwell market is the loss in , weight. The planter brings a their presses to the standard. . , t A. ... , . v , ... bale of cotton to the platform; it merchantable size, which m...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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