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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

Questional Department. #? prof. 3. C. TJOntte. repeated and many omitted; but, poor an tbey are, I believe that all my reader will agree that if an applicant could master eight of the ten questiona, he certainly understood his arithmetic. An applicant for a third-grade certifícate has one day in which to answer a set of questions on the following subjects: Spelling, writing, Knglish grammar, arith- metic, geography, Texas history, convinced that there in a but a stern reality about it, and little or no chance for favoritism. So if a tcachcr presents himself before your hoard with a teach- er's certifícate, you may rest as- sured he knows what he claims, even though you may detect a failure to practice what he knows. But a good education does not necessarily imply a good teacher. Government is equal to literary qualifications. This, of course, the board of examiners can not discover, though they may make very shrewd guesses; it can only he known by actual trial, report «" * k'rcat !h...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

it, ¿i< i#'. mSWMMNNIICiCL. Mt r i JOmtH. idiHrt and *spwsásrs. Katnr.'d in the Caldwell pnatoace m sec- Mi-el asa matter. SHtacHptiM Rite . «toe Y<->r ... St* Month Ifinr Motil* Tu M 'iitli . •1 AO ; m ti"' Advert Ulna Rato . All ailv.rtUIncfii ti rol pita.- will berlinriíod iit inch >t!.il«lu. with no r**ilut*tion lari - sut . Otan kv ad o ¡« Insertion twenty cent -tr fu in two insertion thirty-Uve eeut par Inch; ou month l*ty cent per Inch. fx>ca: rat*. wvtu and one-half cent* per IlK |r r Insertion and Ivi centa per line " i auUstiqueut luaerllou. Obltn- rli *. card* of thank and notice of •■lertjlunient plv« n for religion , , educa- ttooal or .:harit l.!e purpoatí at half reRU- iar rate . Leca! notice of aU kind «1.00 per hundred wnra first tnaertlon and I cent per hun- ¿red word each tturwequeul ln ertlon. The N«w -CB"o*tOMi deal re* a eorrea- MMdent at every powtoBce In the county. Sad In exchange will furnUli the paper. ta- ttoaory and postage free. Will l e ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

mbhíéíiééí i people you know. Dr. Moses visited Dime Uox last Wednesday. W. M. Stone left Tuesday for Georgetown to recuperate his health. M¡hs Kdith Radford, of Lvons, came up yesterday to visit Miss Clare Matthews. C. K. Wolff, a former Caldwell- ite. but now a jolly knight of the grip, made our town this week. Mi*s Annie Klukan returned last Saturday from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Hell villo. Mi>s Agnes Brady, of Maya- field, is visiting Miss Nora Lackey this week, arriving last Tuesday. Rev. H. C. Willis has been in Cameron this week assisting in a protracted meeting being held at that place. Glenn Healep left Sunday for Gal ves ton where he haaa situation with a cotton firm. He did not know where he would be lo- cated, but his many friends here winh him success wherever he goes. lo Repair Bridges. Last Tuesday the bridge bonds ordered to be issued by the last term of the commissioners'court, to the amount of $5 MJ0, were ap- proved by the comptroller. Thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

i M' ■ news una. Washington, p. c., Aug. 18. EDITORS NKWS-CHKONICI.K : Frequenter of tbe war depart- ment, which continue to be the busiest of them all. are reminded by the present situation of the adage about the ditticultyof teach* ing- old dogs new tricks. 1 here is a new head to tbe department, but the machinery is just the same that it was during the Alger regime, and there is the same disinclination to tell the public anything that can be hid. Al- though it is well known that more men have already been enlisted than will till the Philippine regi- ments of volunteers to the num- ber originally announced and that enlistments are still being made as rapidly as possible, war de- partment officials say that no offi- cial decision has been made to in- crease the number of regiments, and that no additional call for vol- unteers is likely. This is noth- ing more than quibbling. It is so certain that more regiments will be organized that lists of their officers have been made out. As t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

| !• PKAK «WKKTHIÍAIITBJ I vvihb that life might «Iway be a* í'Wcct to you uh it is to- day, and that the world might ei;ir bo an bright and beautiful. For you the flower arc in full bloom, and the air ia burdened with ao |r# for your delight. Laughter is on your lip*, and love gladdens your hearts and tills them with emotion which no ; dream in the aunahine of aentiment, in the fruited and flowered gardena of exuberant young life. Dream while yet you dwell among the opium-scented poppies of love in the careless, happy realm of aweethearts. Hrcam on, nor seek to wake too aoon; for the flowera will ahed their blooms at your feet, the leaves will wither and fall around you, and the spring and summer tongue can express. To you of ,ove'H y°unK will soon every grove isa paradise on earth lm8H awa>"' lhe idcal will melt in- aiid every grapevine swing a syl-1 *° rca'« the daisies and the van chariot; to you the humming |dover xvin HOt,n turn to hay, and birds and butterflies are cheru- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 August 1899

• ^——■——— ^■iT PAYS TO TRADE fIT COBB'S. ■ n:cr:ii::t:«r sc ::: Just BacK prom Market! AM) Wlv AKi: XO\Y RHCIvIYINC. Till: LAKGI-ST STOCK OK gi;m:ral dkv goods that c\u>\yi:u, i;\ i:k saw. I A # C" 1VI f1^ A Whole lot more room to store and (lis- | VV Lai ■ LaLaL/rA play these goods, so wo have decided to do some cleaning up of summer I IVI C" C" /\ goods at sacrificed prices, so if t 1 l l_> l. \-j m Thing in this line we can do you some good. This sale applies more especially to Dress Goods. Millinery, Shirt Waists, Skirts. Hoys' * Waists. Fancy Hosiery, Straw Hats and Summer Clothing. J. F. COBB. \ V* Cf> , IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S., mwimmmwmmmmimmmmwwmmwmtvmm Another Change in Teachers. [iiiiiiiivviriiivniinrniivivvvvnviiiiinifr^ Stories of Street. | ty< . "Tí f " j i i 11 f * i ? i rrrrrrnwrr•* The oil mill is grinding away merrily on new seed this week, which is coming in pretty lively. —R. Struwe &. Co.. this week fixed a seed house near their plat- form and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 September 1899

7X«m ■ ' ' .V"'; }" < • .■ WB ' 1 > -h.'> \ i" Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUK AIM 18 THE GREATBBT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AMD WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. vol. xx. caldwell, burleson county, texas, friday, september 8, 1899. no. 16. r from our rural staff. NOOKlltVIUE. Hook km vi 1.1.k. Tex., Sept. 4. Gditohk NKwa-CtmoNici.it: The news this week seem to lie short as usual. . Nearly all of last week's patients are well, the exceptions being Miss Lena Rod- gers, Míhh Willie Benson and William Perry; but quite a large list has taken their place. Below is thin week's list as far as learn- ed. all chills and fever: yra. P. again. CUY. CLAV. Tesa , September 4. entro* nkw^chhokiclk: The cool weather we have been having of late reminds us that •«sweet summer is drawing to a close. Mrs. K. F. Jordan, a former resident of Clay, died at Caldwell ami her remains were brought here for interment last Sunday, Aug. 21 . She leaves a husband and a house full of little children. | Willia...

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

*.v m- t The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. we could but know what ¡8 hid- den in the express car of every man's life, our hearts would be more tender, our judgments less censorious. A still further reason why we should not judge is that we are disqualified for it by our own weaknesses. What right have I to sit in harsh judgment on oth- ers? Am I not also a sinner? He criticism. They are meant to who sits in judgment should him- warn us against a censorious self wear spotless ermine. Wt spirit. We are not to sit in judg- ment on men's faults as if they were answerable to us. It is an unconscious but very plain proof of a degenerate spiritual condi- tion when you are found arrogat- faults. ing to yourself the capacity and I other ti the right to sit in judgment upon | be gentle, affectionate, tender, every act of those around you. | When a surgeon probes a wound. I wish to give several reasons he needs to be very gentle in man- whv we should avoid this habit of ner and ver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 September 1899

*« Prot. 3. C. TNlatte. SiO Aapill"! ■■< ■■*• c All public HchoolH in this state shall be required to have taught in them orthography, reading in Kogli^h, penmanship, arithmetic, Knglish grammar, modern geog- raphy, composition, physiology *ind hygiene, including the effects of alcoholic stimulants and nar- cotics on the human system, and other branches as may be agreed on by the trustees or directed by the state superintendent. (Sec. 17. School haws of Texas). Section 21, among other things, provides that «he [the state su- perintendent] shall from time to time prepare and transmit to them [subordinate officers and teachers] such instruction as he gmy deem necessary for the faith- ful and efficient execution of the •school law, and by whatsoever is so communicated to them shall they be bound to govern them- selves in the discharge of their official duties. \\ the time of the adoption of 'the present state series of text book* the state superintendent prepared a course of study a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 September 1899

¡f# ÉMá^HMÉífll' ID «h« CmktwW ms tl«r. ar¿x Itaar Mutilo rvu Mwiiit Advartltlai All advert Nine «« «r t p** > «til t^^ariiwd 9 <mU i*-r incS Mratgli . *««h «m reduction fir lar**- d Dlanlir ;tdi cn« Insertion tweatjr CWI¡* mlTín". «*o Insertion Udrty-S«« cala par lácti one moutb Ut y ccnu per Inch. I^esl rat Mtni md otif-biK eeat pw IkW flr t itiM-rtlon and Sve cent per lio ol/ <iu«ot tumrtloo. OMtu.ir.-v card*of th nk ami eeSerialtinii'nt viven for r*,"*]í>?*'1,e^5IÍ* Uosal or ..-barttable i urpo e * half «•* - lar rate ti not lew of all kind* fl.OO per hundred • ir*f insertion and SO cenia per bun- word each ul *eguenl Inwrtkin. larly is kept busy stock tig up b «tore and «toring up • stocking. —■LaGwmgc Jmmmml Money spent in advertising i* always wioely spent if the retnrns justify the expenditure; it makes no difference what the advertise- ment costa, provided the results *bow that it was worth the price. —Lmlirange Jttrual. Thk truck growers are having a bonanza an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 September 1899

PEOPLE YOU KNOW. ..John Herrón went lo Bello Saturday last. Mr . Addle Dean is suffering with «low fever. Mr> . R. G. Broaddus ¡a very ill as we go to prca . Jame Graham haa been aick several day , tbi* week. E, O. Jannett has been aick several day* thia week. W. W, Watson made us an agreeable call Thursday. Walter Murray visited friends in Lexington last Sunday. C. C. l'orter, of Hix, was in the city on business Thursday. Mrs. James Ragsdale is now suffering with the prevailing slow fever. C. W. Curry, our good looking sheriff, went to Galveston last Friday. Miss Lillie Murray is visiting relatives hero, after quite a long absence. Dr. J. B. Honeycut, of Hooker- villc, wa- in the city on business this week. J. K. Pollock, formerly of this ciiv, but now oí Milano, was here Wednesday, Harry l.>eU mater and family left last Monday for a week's stay at Lampasas, Will Lackey left last Friday for Milam county, where he will teach this session. M rs. Bvrh and family, of Bren- ham, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 September 1899

PPPIPRMI J, m? Washington, D. Cm Sept. 4. is Nkwb-Chuoniclb: Washington democrat are ■inch pleased with the nomina* tion of Hon. John R. McLean for governor, by the Ohio democratic atate convention, not only be- cause they believe him to be a strong candidate but because they like the man and think the Ohio democrats honored them- selves in honoring him. • * * Those who know what is going on under the surface in Wash- ington are wondering whether McKinley is goirig be so unwise as to allow himself to be used by the little clique of New York millionaires to increase the value of their property in Santo Do- mingo by putting bis fingers in the revolution now going on there. They have bad power enough to bring Secretary Hay back to Washington two weeks earlier than he was expected, and it is understood to be at their request that McKinley will return to- morrow, instead of a week later. They are not asking much! Only that McKinley shall stop the rev- olution and declareaUnited States pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 September 1899

HichMoitd Coaster. Knnce i® at preNent givinf to the world «o exhibition of what o really enjoyable timo It people arc capable of baviaf when ifiven a fair chance. Fire year* ayo the army, having nothing to da, #na itn officer* having líred oí thc dull routine of villainy and debauchery to which tliey were accustomed, thought to relieve their ennui by preferring charg- es against somebody Mid proving them. Drey fas being a Jew, and more decent than the balance of them, they took advantage of thc anti-Semitic feeling and , chose him as the subject to operate on. All the world know of his con HÑmw$é tf« by it than by telling tk« tmtk. Tbe French army officer*a hon* •or ia the deareat thing he pos- and he will sacrifice every thing elae on earth, including the virtve of hia wife, mother or daughter, for it. He may eaae hia conacience when he invaden the sanctity of another tnan'a home by the reflection that a su- perior officer ia doing the anme to hia Itouaehold, but none ahall impugn...

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

■ Pi'u . IT PAYS TO TRADE (IT COBB'S* ■ 11WIHIM ■illWIHH WI1Hit IT* TTT****" Vtmmmm Monster Stocl^ FOR FALL Of GENERAL DRV 600DS. BY FAR THE LARGEST THAT CALDWELL EVER SAW, Will soon be completed, and we wish to say that while a higher price on nearly everything, in the dry goods line, is inevitable, you will, with a very few exceptions, pay no' advanced prices here. Remember we have one of the largest stocks in Central Texas, anil our goods arc clean, honest and dependable. No lower prices, for the same quality, in the state than ours. CLEARING SALE of Summer Goods at prices that will certainly clear them out. SUMMER DRESS GOODS, such as LAWNS, DIMITI ICS, BATISTES and ORGANDIS, nothing in the lot worth less than C>c and ranging upwards to 25c; mostly in 10c, 12 l*2c, 15c and 20c values. Your choice for 5c per yard. LADIES* SHIRT WAISTS: I ,ot No. 1, worth 50c anil 75c: clearing price, 38c. Lot No. 2 worth 75c and SI; clearing price. 50c. Lot No. 3 worth SI and S1.50: clearing p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

•«■V; •' i1 ■ j • Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1899. NO. 17. i I FROM OUR RURAL STñFF. i YUXOW PRAIRIE. CUV. Clay, Tesa , September 11. Eoitohh Nkw -Chkonici.r: YblLOW PKAIKIK. Te*.. Sept. 12 EP1TOM NRWU-CHHOKICI.il: tVkite a number of the voung j A great deal of sickness in our «opio of thin community altcnd-U>'d t al present. Dell White- Tj ' ¡cecre.m up|>er at Hich-«bo w*. convalescent at last writing, has been very low the pant week. Others on the Mtck list are Mr. and Mr*. Warn- ed a" ... ard York'* Saturday night, and «port it a a very pleasant occa- Miss Mollie Thompson i visit-j.UU8> Misa Nntiiiie Thomas, Mr. iog Mian Annie Graham, of Sum- Smith, the depot agent, and little mit Switch. Klla Lois Peters. Miss Mary Holt, after spend- j A new agent came to relieve «ng two weeks with relatives in . v'r-s,"''h. and he and his w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF 0. RAY. works is dead. Straight is the gate that leads to eternal life, and he whose love has opened up that pathway has a right to de- mand heart-belief in him and obedience to his commandments. Much of the self-styled «liberal Christianity* is only a thin ve- neer to cover shallow con vie- = violence* sin can break it at a touch; and sel fish nes can shatter it, juat as there are acida which will abiver the Venetian glaaa. Sin and aalfiahneaa—God'a balm doea not heal in thia world the ravages which Canon Farrar. they cause! filarlas Ñau Comes from Or. D. B. Carrito, of Wash- ita, I. T. Ha writes: «Four bottles of Rlectrie Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great lie Janett's New York Store, X X X X X X X New 6m4s Jot Arrived. Hitter is the bent blood purifier known. It i the supreme remedy for ecxema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils ami 1 running sores. It stimulates the liver, < kidneys and bowels, expels poUons, |...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

«SU . a H. Turner, In Tmm firm mná ' Ranch. In whatever branch of buaineaa one may have been engaged, it baa invariably been found that Mid bunineaa ia moat profitable when run for all it in worth, or, ¡n other worda, to ita fulleat ca- pacity. Whatever may be the caae with the cotton factory or the machine shop, we know thia ia true when it come* to the cultivation of the noil. It don't pay to run land on one-fourth, one-half, or even three-fourth of iU productive capacity; it m the maximum crop that paya. It it* a well establiahed fact that the no-called average crop are not profitable; how, then, is it with those poor unfortunate who invariably fall below the av- erage? Where in he at? Kor neveral year pa t we have been engaged in pushing ome of our land and running it for all it worth. It ha been so profitable that we expect to keep on along thi* name line a* long a we are able to attend to the business of the far n. How to make the largest crop at the lea t expense is the prob-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

• !' > *f¡ñ W- Jin Duckworth is suffering th'm week from a badly lacerated •land from the ever-watchful gin ctaw. He is an employe at the lug Jumbo gin of the American Cotton Co.. and last Wednesday tiad hit hand caught on the gin and the flesh pretty well torn from three fingers. His hand was dressed at once, and is doing very nicely now. fee Omm Supper. v There will be an ice cream sup- per at the home of D. J. Bowles on Friday night, September 22, tie proceeds to be used for the purpose of repairing the Cookes Point school house. Young and •Id are invited to attend and en- joy a pleasant evening, and at the «ame time help add to the conve- nience and comfort of the chil- dren when at school. l7-2t Hard at Work. The Burleson Guards have re- ceived a batch of guns and accou- terments to the number of forty, and have been drilling industri- ously all the week, making satis- factory progress in the knack of handling the guns. There is a ( desire on the part of some of the ' member...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

Irate: - A* 'Ai WBm ideational department. L . i ®? Prof. 3- C. «aatte. A ROW ON TNI TRAM. Mh Cmrlaay !• Uén Seedey «Live of great men oft remind us We can make our liven sublime. world stands aside tu let him P ; ¡t alwava makes way for a If tboM lines were true when man wilh a w¡„ ¡n h¡m „e doeH tx>n|ffellow wrote them, what not have one-half the opposition must be the facilities at our time.' to overcome that the undecided, A school house in every commu- nity. competent officers pressing the educational work with all their power, the states appropri- ating millions of dollars for their support, a very bitfh qualification demanded of every teacher, new Hreuham Pre* . A disgraceful scene, bringing to mind an early date in Texas, when all men went armed, oc- curred at the Union depot Sun- day morning on the arrival of the special excursion train over the Gulf, Colorado and Santa b'e = purposeless man has, who, like driftwood, runs against all sorts i railroad, shortly after live ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

i Ir CALDWELL ttWS-CHKO«ICLE. mnr s joint*. e*t$n Kate red tn the Caldwell poato«ce u sec- ««4-elmi matter. SubKriptioa Rate*. om Year ... VM?Moata* Two Month «8 :*> Advertíalas RatN. All advertising on llrat pa*i- will be charged 4a>.>>nti> per Inch straight, with no reduottoii tf«r lanre ad . Olsplay adt one Insertion twenty cent •ar Inch; two Insertion thtrty-flve eeuta Inch; una month sUt jr cenU per Inch. Ixx~al rate* seeen and one-half cents per llae flrat Insertion and Ive cent* per line "i subsequent Insertion. Don't overlook the new school bouse project. Wc predict that there is going to be some warm campaigning on the matter be* fore next school session opens. Think over it in advance and be ready to help it along when the time comes, and bear without a protest the small increase in tax- ation it would necessitate. The only equitable way to build it is by the issuance of bonds, and that must be done by the direct vote of the people; therefore each and every ...

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