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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

about the Mi wrot rat. To the Editor of the Po t. Ka«Ho Lake, Texas, June K.— After a «crie* of careful ntud- ien I have concluded to make an appeal to the cotton planten of the weevil diatrictwand submit a few preliminary resulta and sug* gestiona which should be offered and urged at this time. During the past week I have personally visited some ten or fifteen Colo- rado river bottom plantations and have had from ten to fifteen thou- sand acres of bottom land cotton under observation. The remark- able condition is found to prevail that for the large acreage in cot- ton on any given plantation, only limited and frequently mor" o« less isolated patches of cotton are infested to any serious extent. I have full notes on one cotton plan- tation of 540 acres, of which only 8 acres have been attacked. This is a most important condition and situation, since it enables the planter to direct his lirst efforts to those limited areas anil by pre- venting the first generation of larvae from mat...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

"" .£« '""I • " Ebucatíonal Department. rm W Prof. 3. C. W&atte. fltoaKI mi «toral UmcaUm. Ffiflti If vou should ask school chil- dren what good an education will do them, their answer would usu- ally be: «I don't know, or, «I guess I can do my own figuring then, and folks can't cheat me, hence gain money bv saving it. The first answer shows a lack of thought or interest in the aim of education, or an inability to ex- press thoughts. The latter must be the chief argument they have in their homes. This idea is sup- ported by the fact that arithmetic is the idol of the country school. Many parents think if their child can but master arithmetic, hence- forth they are safe from impos- ture. I do not think much money is saved in this way, certainly not enough to compensate for the im- mense yearly outlay for popular education. Our merchants are the ones from whom most of such profits would be derived, and I have serious doubts if much cash can be saved bv trying tooutfig- ure merchan...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

$ o o o o o THIRTY-DAY COSI SALE! On account of our annual in- A ventory, July i4t, we will «ell all T f goods at cost from May 31st to $ June 30th. To assure the public 4 b that this is a real bona fide sale, we herewith exhibit our cost mark. Nothing reserved. Everything goes. This is no ! I fake sale. Bring a copy of this ad with cost mark for reference. Below is our cost mark: V 4* SWITZERLAND J 1 234567 8 90"" EXAMPLE) To find cost of goods i SND is $1.00. ZN >• 50c. WDN is $2.20* WZ it 25c. D i* the repeater. D. LEVI, Leader in Cut Prices, Caldwell, Texas. O o H't > {rúiiii . -rá irú i'/ Y irirú viiiú PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Mrs. II.ti Hitchcoik is quite ill. Dot Oliver, the efficient cloth- ing man at Cobb's, left Sunday for Bryan and other places to spend a month's vacation. Miss Lila Collin , cashier and Win. Reeves left Saturday for' bookkeeper at Cobb's, leaves on another stay at Mal lín. j Saturday for Temple and nutner- . i ti i ... .... ... ous other places for a month'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

S w Ir — I • f CLARence Hcascar flew. [Ccpyrtfhi. ifer ty J. S Upplncott Co.) CHAl*TfcK I. M. Sttvfm. Manila (via Hon*. fC U(): "Business suspended. Cancel unshipped «rdera T>raw lArrtnaim A Co. balance to data. IMU. LANTINK A COMPANY." I remember as if it happened hut yesterday the queer feeling which came over rue when 1 rend the forego- ing cable. It hud been un unusally warm dav for March, and 1 was trying to keep cool in th lounging-rocm of the European club, on the river bank., m abort distante from the city M.. business in Manila «a* practically rtn- ished, and 1 wu anticipating a fen days of recreation before the lloug- Kong steamer Itft, upon the following Tuesday, when the nu-t^uge «un hand- ed me by one -f the native boys em- ployed by the club. It *vns Mich a thorough surprise that for several moments 1 did not realise the position in which it placed tne. I Lad been theea-ternrepresentative of Lantine & Company for over two years, •nd. although my savings hail dis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

ÍJP'VfS fly to keep «• orwifi"f *or mm* [one *l e it long u we live. In the mu t >.e fellw who peralatently Jdruilfeo pomn out ahead, and (hen Ik '! too old to enjoy IiIm good fortune. IJl take* a young man to upprerlate Ithe thinir* that money will buy. Now why can't we atrlke « bit of luek some- where. Hncl n burled treanttre or non.r- thing of the Mirt, and then live like princm in Loudon or New York. In* ateail of frying our sri/xnrilt out in the Ka*t Indie ? lun't there n fairy godmother that we might propitiate?" M||-tn-m. I don't *een to remember «ny In my family. Hut. tpeuklug of treasure, aren't we Miilinir over pretty tr.iieh the asm* truck un *hat followed t* the old gnlleon*?" ••That's right; Mime trnek. to a mile. To-morrow morning I'll «how you l'ort S¡; > Juelnto. on the l*lnril of Tleao, where they imed to wait for a favorable wind fn beating through the Pan Ileriinrdlno pn*>age. Alian '* j bip* w-atelieil for tl « in jn• t outolde «he 'Kiiibni-ini'Tu.' n* I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 June 1899

It Pays to Trade at COBB'S This is the spoken and unspoken sentiment of the trade in this tcin! . We are proud of the fart that our name goes as far in an advertisement as it does on a note, as we never advertise a thing that we cannot substantiate. The disposition of this store is to do business cm honor, fair and square, without any subterfuge. We mean to d< business as business should lie done lietween fair minded people. No attempt at chicanery, no promise that we will not keep, no goods we cannot recommend; prices the lowest, one price to all and your money back if you want it. These are some of the cardinal principles of this store. Milliners and Millinery. You know it is said that "Poets are born, not made." The one who phrased that ex- pression might have sui<l the same of milli- ners. Do you know that there is an art in de- signing hats to l ecome faces, and that every milliner don't possess this art? Of course some ladies don't care, or at least don't sivm to care, h...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

iWi Caldwell News-Chronicle. ouk AIM is THE I.KKATKhT BENEFIT TO THE FAKMERB ANI> WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE. 23, 1899. NO. 5. Mr . Haws and Miss Ollie, of Bryan, are visiting Henry Wink- ler and family. Robt. Ktzel, of Caldwell, and part of his family, and Miss Louise Bowers, of Oiddings, are visitors at Dr. Ncelyv>. Brother Clepper ami daughter, of Caldwell, are attending the meeting here. Y. Falun's Millinery Department will close soon; the most successful season ever passed. Ladies who want any* thin^ in tlu- Millinery line will please call at once. Fagan's Annual Inventory occurs in July, and pur- chasers will find some excellent bargains in the remnant and odd lot line. Fagan's excellent line of line shoes for ladies was improved today By the receipt of some of Xiegler's mid- summer novelties in ()\ford Ties. Fa an's Shirt Department was brightened up this ^ tcfX•, , , I r . - 1 . I I >ne car of \\ auketf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

.y' f'' * •" . • •• r> TION*S BENEFITS Corpus Chrittti, Texas, June 18.—The heavy shipments of di- versified vegetation which have been rolling out of here daily by • express for several months past are now somewhat decreasing, al- though small shipments are yet (being made. In conversation with Agent Coleman of the Wells- Fargo Kxprcus company yester- day. The Post correspondent requested an estimate of the ag- gregate amount of vegetables shipped from this city during the present season. Mr. Coleman approximates the daily shipments at from 35,OCX) to 40,000 pounds, or about 225,000 pounds up to the present time. This is exclusive of several cars mixed vegetables "which have been shipped by to Mm*. TIm MM FlfM. Richmond Cuattrr. It was rather a difficult matter to find anyone in Richmond last week who took the slightest inter- est in the Kitzsimmons-Jeffries prize fight and the Coaster editor felt rather despondent over tlu idea of having to sit up by himself to hear the result....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

Ip the I HHTIMN. Wt hlnrton Post. The girl of my heart came botne to attend a couuin'a wed* aing on Thursday of lant week, and he atayed in town for two day before going back to chool for the commencement which will make her a aophomore. It wouldn't be fair to tell the name of her Hchool. but it' a very ex- cellent one, where the fanhions of the men's colleges are followed, even to the possession of u col- lege yell, and the practicing of ba/ing. The girl of my heart wa* hazed last fall. She did not faint when the girls touched her arm with a bit of ice, and said thev were branding her with an iron. She endured every ordeal m) smilingly that the girls at last determined to do something per- fectly dreadful. They marched her through dark halls, blindfold- ed as she w as,opened a closet door in the physical laboratory, snatch- ed tin bandage from her eyes, pushed her in, locked the door and left her in the arms of a skeleton. Now. a skeleton to her is no more terrifying than a hoop *k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

. '1 mmk m i* p, y/. * - *. T. A. Low & Sons., Brenhottt, Texas, A Bohemian girl about ten I . Carry everything in the vehicle In . Ttaw, vearH old, one of a partV in a to three carload to elect from. yu*:k • . u T-feV'. ule enable u tn make price rii;hL If boat on the Brazos river ntar you want a Buggy. Surrey. Phaeton, pjttbridge, last Friday, tell into f Jump eat, Koad wagon. or anything <>n . ' , L«, wheel , it will pay you to see our *t« cw the river and was drowned. úur Adriauce Buckeye j before buying. Mower and Thoma Hay Rake* have no Her body was recovered Sun- equal; and you can always tret the extra* day afternoon. W e could learn from our «helves. We carry the estra no name. for all South Tesa for the Adriance Buckeye. tUKce and buggy house «oath I of and near the passenger depot. Every- Died. body cordially invited to examine our — stock. If we¿annot Mill you better good ; ()n june H at Alamagorda. for lei money we do not expect you to buy. ... "" i rtw M, QDN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

:U I ' " ===== The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Ii I i I • I • I i Ike MteakM ol Mmmv in Um Wwedo* of tjreat sins have been commit- ted with money. Men, seeing the benefit* accruing from the possession of money have been criminally anxioun to acquire it. So much üi that the ncriptuien say truly «The love of money in a root of all kind of evil. iK, V.) Seeing that the inordinate love of money han been the occasion of s< much sin. many thoughtless people entertain .t confused idea that money in inherently evil and that therefore to acquire money is in some wav incompatible with the highest christian living. So deep seated is this prejudice that out of it has grown a public sen- timent that openly rebels against the preacher savin# a word in season to his people about the right use of money. The simple truth is that to legitimated acquire moflev is not onlv a privilege allowed, but a duty enjoined upon fcvery child of God. If not for the purpone of av «juiring money whv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

— é JOmt . Editen and Pnprivtv. Watered in the Caldwell po#to«c« m mc- iMMr. PF m: ti*'.: tój',:, *r..... Nontn Month Stttacriptloa Ratos. •i so TS M •St Advartiaiag Rates. All advert Miman Arm pn*e will beehanred • cent u« r hieli tra!ght. wltli no reduction Jar Urge tul*. S Display ndn one Insertion twenty centi ir (nch; two Insertion thirty-live rent* I Inch; one *i:«>ntli nlxty cenU per Inch. Local rate* noven and one 11m frtt insertion and Uve WMh autn>e«juent Insertion Obituaries. card of thank* ertalnmeut« given for reí ial or charitable purpose* •ratea. = money to pay for it, even at the prevailing low prices. To illustrate a little better still, we are needing a man to take charge of our office and thereby let one of the firm go on the road = Thk great problem of railroad rates and wars could very cheap- ly and easily be settled by the —! . mnm =■ of matters of most interest to farmers, yet, of course, cannot overlook the demands from its Thicmk are good prospects for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

By II Crlw II IM n, flni Km Hmh mí ÍM. Hryan, Texan. June 19.—An- drew Dozier. a negro man about 35 yearn of age. ¡h in jail charged with the double crime of murder and arwon. Last night an alarm of fire called the department to the handsome home of Mr. J. Allen Mvers, which was entirely con- sumed. The fire originated in the servant' house and spread to the old house yet occupied by the family, and from there to the handsome two-story residence that was just being completed. The old residence and furniture were insured for $1750; loss The new house was in- sured by the contractor for .s'imio; loss about 85ooo. After the fire the charred re- mains of the negro cook were found in the servant's house, and it being of easy egress, suspicion of foul play was at once aroused. It was known that the ne^ro IWier had been there early in the night and they were heard quarreling- He had also threat- ened her. These facts led the officers to arrest him anil place him m jail. When seen by a news...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

" . o ucatíonal ^Department. *e prof. 3. C. Watte. p* $■ ra m S '• • mml laMKtMl and Moral Muc«tÍM. The man with an elementary •ducation has a decided advant- age over any illiterate competi- tor in respect to the use of ma- chinery. This may seem a little thing when we consider the bare •Utement. When we think that machinery has entered very ma- terially into every occupation- save perhaps cotton picking and a few others— in nearly all, revo- lutionizing them and driving thousands of people «to the wall, we find a shade of the terrible neaning of the first statement. We speak of the progress of the nineteenth century and as soon as we go to prove it we take up Ihe endless list of labor saving «ontrivauces that fill our patent •ffice. This is an age of machín-j •ry. Let us study the applica- tion of an elementary education to its use by using our friends My and Dennis. Dennis' wife had trouble with Ser sewing machine. Not know- g what was wrong or how to remedy it, she continued to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

as SEE 7* - Spp&tV- \ y ^ ?Sf ^jjHB — O O o THIRTY-DAT COST SALE! On account off 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: it O 1 O SWITZERLAND 234567890 EXAMPLE To find cost of goodti SND is $1.00. ZN it 50c 1 WDN is $2.20. WZ it 25c. O O o o o o 4 "t "TV T "C \T T Leader In Cut Prices, ^ J-^Cr V 1) Caldwell, Texas, mmm Mi 'í' 'í' '$* «I <í< «$ i$« 'í' >|M|I I|I I$H$P| <$ «3> «$♦ «fr «|> i| I$I i|i >$><§> 4) a ú&Wrt *** I people YOU KNOW, i "ft i%jpi i n tumnniuinftiitf Will Hundley in quite ill this week. Miss Kleanor Murray is visit-! ing in l lidding* this week. (leorge I.. Smith, of Merle, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Hettie Merrin is in Cam- eron attending the sum...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

HH Cl>e treasure of Santa "Rosa •••••••• *p «Ilarcncc fccrbcrt ftcw «Copyrighted.) >**■ Miplelo^ n |Q (|,e rMP( nature of <h* «efctmc. What the ti® # be- him and IlaUtead 1 never knew, j (nt It «i sufficiently «trong «o make the engineer follow my friend' at|g> j creations blindly; and his s ufnnce Itbat Muc ahouid be squarely treated I if the speculation proved successful teemed to have all the weight of a l ond. We ag.'eed that it Mould be unwise for ua to be een In frequent conversation; ao, beyond an occa- sional ina|H'tition of the machinery lu his company, I «uu very little of Me* I'berson. *Well, m be-: Sr.y. Dick, this •rem* to pretty effectually dispone of your bippest 'if:' how ahotit the other ? See here, old fellow; you and I may pn to «tur grave* without ever seeing u million of mom y, or the hundredth part of it; yev 1 don't be- lieve there are two men on earth who could enjoy life n;« re if the} had mi eh • fum. At this moment I don't kin « vrhero to turn ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

(ax upon the cnerglei. it was aomv thing of thU feelln# which irave addl- liona) relifch to the tobaoeo a we «at j lie re in the ttnrllffhl, t ill nk i ii|r. plan- iiliiW. «peculating, I>ln* niulervtood liut little KnjflUh, and, with the full length of the briilu 1 between u*. there WUfc wared) a po «ibllity of his com- nreheudin^ what we mid; o now ntid then we ventured a remark which *hone(l the drift of our thought*. At flr t the po« lhllltle and obstacle* of the undertaking filled our tiiind*| but after uwhl'e the narootle influence of the foliáceo and our aileut gliding nlong through the tropic night net u to caftle-lHiildliiff. I've hcen oftco told l-v men lio are now beyond the pomo- billtv of want of the relief and over- roRliilenee which com* with the flrat #rr a!l ucce* ea In fortunediulldlng. lbrj are ru,\* of IlghMvhieh brighten the 'vear* of weary effort anil ili eour- ; and the eternal, lrreprc i- ble hope that they bring with them often itimulat'** a belief iu cont...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 June 1899

IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. This is the spoken and unspoken sentiment of the trr.de in this vici. . We are proud of the fart that our goes as far in an advertisement as it does on a note, as we never advertise a thing that we cannot substantiate. 1 he disposition of this store is to do business on honor, fair and square, without any subterfuge. We mean to d< business as business should be done between fair minded people. No attempt at chicanery no promise that we will not keep, no 'goods we cannot recommend; prices the lowest* one price to all and your money back it you want it. I lu>c arc some of the cardinal principles of this store. That arc com fort* ble arc what every man want thin warm weather the kind that look cool and feel cool a well. Cunte to our shirt counter Men's «Big Four shape, white or b'nek fur hat , the *1.50 | a"d *ct the ri*ht at thf ^icc; The ! «Trojan. «Monarch and «Umtcd Uraud a! here. A visit to our hat department will convince anyone that we lead in q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

¡tw TWELVE PAQES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OtJK AIM IB THE UKUATEST 11 ENE FIT TO THE FAKMBKB AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLE80N COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON CQIISITY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE, 30, 1899. NO. 6. Falun's Millinery Department will close soon; the most successful reason ever passed. Ladies who want any- thing in the Millinery line will please call at once. Kazan's Annual Inventory occurs in July, and pur- chasers will find soint- excellent bargains in the remnant and odd lot line. Fagan's excellent line < ! fine shoes for ladies was improved today by the receipt of some of ÍJiegler's mid- summer novelties in Oxford '1 ies. Kazan's Shirt Department was brightened up this wt-ek b'. the arrival of a fine 1« t of Monarch hot weather styles. They are very swell indeed. Fagan offers a small i< t of (Mil Ladies' Comfort Shoes worth SUM), at 50c. 150 boxes assorted >ue> Men sand Boys' Pure Linen Collars, choice for Sc.. A big !«>t < f Men's Pure Linen Cuffs for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 June 1899

= =£ IK w 1 11 Chkkokkk. Texa*. June 20. SoiTOMft NBWft-CHKOKICLK: On the 1Mb inst. I left the Ar- cadian scenery of the old Post Oaks, where much organic mat- ter abounds vulgarly called dust. hungry, Messrs. Editors, but you can soon settle that by coming right up here and getting initiat- ed into the new method of taking fish without books or nets. Left San Saba at 5 a. m. on the Iks Waal m iys Cys, « loath for a Tooth. Dallas, Texas, June 23.—Rev. Dr. J. EL Crantill today tiled suit, through bisattorney, Hon. Dudley G. Wooten, against the Western 17th and reached Cherokee about I""-"" 8 a. m„ distance sixteen miles. u; ««"en, again , tne estern and1 "1 due time reached classic ; ¡a . country along N««spaper Union. H. C. Hensel. Caldwell, westward bound^ After eretk. a «nc str"eam 0,. Torrest t.f.1 and M. H. McM.l- a abort skirmish with tne mosqui- . . . iin for #75 UOO damaires on the j ^ -a. ,u clear, pure water, and has two "" ,ur "•* "« *« on mc I succeeded in boarding the 4 ...

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