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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

■ y--* people you know. prof. Watta, of Hookerville, „pent Wednesday in our city. Minn Bertha Jamen hat* been sick two or three day a thia week. jim Broaddua haa been on the tick li"t several daya thia week. MiftH Lucy Gregg ia quite aick with the prevailing fever thia week. Ned Alexander in one of the latent victimn of the prevailing fever. A. Kust. Jr.. visited Lex ing- Prof. CorreU's family arrived Sunday morning from Weat Vir- ginia, where they, have been via- iting for aome time paat. Miaa Agnea Brady, of Maya- field, who haa been viaiting Miaa Nora Lackey-for aeveral weeks* returned to her home yeaterday. Mra.C. Struwe thia week moved to the reaidcoce of Judge A. W. Mclver, the houae ahe vacated being occupied by Rheinhardt Struwe. Mrs. Julia Fleming, of San An- tonio, in visiting her niece, Mra. W. R. Sapp, accompanied by her niece, Miss Fleming Roscoe, ofc Bluffs, La. ; '¿'M "v: -rV ' '%'WS FRESH Mackerel, Cheese. Macaroni, Dried bruits. ,,,I Cameron I.M Monday on ; Harry De...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

m ' p- Wis ¡fe' Si's"' It iik Ssi'v S'i ; É' wasmingtom. d. C., l*pt m n«w -chbo*icui: Democratic tucceu in the Ohio ipaign will spell defeat for the republicans in the national cam- jHHfn. That much is already plainly apparent, young aa the • campaign is. The ad vantages of this situation are altogether on the side of democracy. McKin- ley knows that his chancea for seat year will vanish if he fails to hold Ohio this year; also that carrying Ohio this year will add practically nothiog to republican chances of success next year. That is why the situation is so advantageous to democrats. If they can carry Ohio it will prac- tically settle the presidential elec- ción a year ahead, and if they ifeil to carry it, the failure will «ot injure the party's prospects. It isn't only from democratic jparty leaders that the good news from Ohio comes. It comes also ^from long-headed business men, •nch as H. Kruchen, of Cincin- nati, who said, while in Washing- ton: «The democracy of Ohio Ims a g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

r«f * <f*be poato®c« adopted a new form of domestic money order, which will be intro- duced fr* u.lly. or m supplies of the old form become exhaust- ed, at the various offlces throofh- out the country after Sept. 4. The new form in «mailer than the order now in use—about the ,ue of the ordinary )wiilt draft. It ha two adjuncts—the advice, or notification to be sent by the ¡tiftuing to the paying postmaster, is a reproduction of the order through the une of carbonized pa- per (the manifold procena), and a receipt for the amount, to be fur- nished bv the issuing postmaster to the remitter. On the back of the order a sep- arate space has been provided for the stamps of banks through receipt will viva the remitter a feeling of security. On the hack of It he may make, for hia own convenience, a memorandum of the name and address of the per- son to whom the remittance is made and the purpose for which it is sent. Production of the re- ceipt will greatly fucilitate refer- ence to the re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 September 1899

■ IT PAYS TO TRADE (\T COBB'S. Itl HI ihmhomi Mtttttw-wf"' M iff t« mm our Monster StocK FOR FALL Of GENERAL DRY GOODS. BY FAR THE LARGEST THAT CALDWELL EVER SAW, Will soon be completed, and we wish to say that while a higher pfjco 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, and our goods are clean, honest and dependable. No lower prices, for the same quality, in the state than ours. CLEARING SALE of Odd Lots at prices that will certainls clear them || gg ^ i-f g* dren's fancy hosiery will be sold, as long as they last, at half price. | vJ U Just think! 2oe, &>c and 3()c hose going at 12 l-2c, 17 l-2c an(i 23c. g* CD | 00 i St IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S, j ™ § out. Here are a few of them. FANCY HOSIERY AT HALF PRICE.-All Ladies', Misses'and Chil i long - going LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS: Lot No. 1. worth JOc and 7."c: clearing price, 38c. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

w% loratgijr C I veil News-Chronicle. OUR AIM It THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1899. NO. 18. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF NOOIltRVILU. ' preaching, but were run in to the | school bouse by the ruin, where i services were held. The church H00KRKVI1.1.K. Te*.. Sept. U, •Eniro* Nkw -Cm«o ciclk: k. „ tu«i~ : letter to the Little River asnocia- Wc arc having a little cooler . t , . ... .1., « ,si; « -w tion, which wan adopted in con- weather, \vhich greatly facilitates , . \ . ... #. ■• .kf "Menee, showed the church to be cotton picking, a greater part of J. which 1 believe to be done. H. Kodgers started fur Austin the first part of the week, so as br in «¡«1Í for «hi opining of "oM regular mcctm* the blind institute. He can not in a prosperous condition. It was voted that the association be invited to sit with this church its Mrs. J. H. Bettis and daugh- ters, Misses Lyllye snd Rosalie,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

pfl ¡sjUPf^H':. Wtt. "í = HWM>*IIU 1*«'* tmauaiiini The Spiritual Man. j xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. prescription has no; lost its vir He ua* not a very prominent tue even unto thi* day. disciple. So far as I remember. ilv two tbing-s are recorded as Beautifully doe* this. Psalm be- gin by praying for other?.: « The ter*. neighbors, stranger*. and even our enemies. Jesus himself set us a bright example. God having been done bv bim: In the Lofd bear lhee ^od tfaee belp first chapter of John it ts ^ d grant thw according to thine ow n that be brought b-.s own brother. beart ÍQÍfin al, tby coaRseU !t Simon, to Christ, and ;n ^^jiiaprÍTtlffe which <*od grants twelfth chapter that he intro |0 every child to pray for other?, disced some Greeks to the Y3**.—parents, friends, brothers, sif- ter. He was. I suppose, not a very talented brother, but bis re- ligion was of a character that commanded the respecto: those like* os to forget ourselves a lit wbo knew bim. My first reason while a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

jgbucatíonal Department, ®? Prof. 3. <t. Watt . yule Nmom ** Merdwe of U CoIUni NeMa. Traveler panning along the road* nowaday can nee great numbers of boy and girl , un- der jfreal straw hat and flowing bonnet , dragging long sack and snatching eagerly to the right and left for every fleecy boll in reach. Karly rooming find them there ready to begin; hot, «wel- tering noon find them working diligently away,and nightfall ee them trudging homeward with a aongoo their lip or merriment in their prattle, boa ting of that day' conquest or chagrined that a rival had done more than they. To very few of them is thi class of work congenial, but because it must be done they bow to the un- pleasant task and cheerfully per- form it. The characteristics of cation. In itself, what a rich en- dowment! It is not impaired by age, but its value increase with u e. No one can employ it but its rightful owner. He alone can illustrate its worth and enjoy its reward. It can not be inherited or purchase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

p;' a nai at IK lowanr m. \>«f<fca<w mi a i«rg MIMDMItmcí. Í — La-t Friday about 11 o'clock tbe lire alarm was heard at the Sew rcund bale gin. and in a few ninutc- scores of people were | rushing to that point to see what Might be in the clutches of the fire fiend. The alarm was in no wise false, as tire had originated in the cotton warehouse, that stood only a few feet away from the gin. where was stored about two hundred thousand pounds of seed cotton, and was soon under full headway. In a few minutes a big crowd: of men were on hand, eager to assist in extinguishing the felaie. bat as there was only one small' stream of water, supplied by the j plug at the gin, only a few could be of actual service. Enough bose could not be obtained to: connect with another hydrant, i and because of a scarcity of water and a lack of proper apparatus it soon became impossible to savej the cotton house. Two small residences within a few yards of tbe burning building were al- aos t on fire...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

among our friends. * c. C. l*orter, of Hi*, wan in town Thursday marketing cotton. ••C. 1^. Littleton, of Rita, was in town Monday and reports a good rain in that section. ♦ )Ion. J. W. Porter and wife, of Hix, were in town Tuesday. Mr. Porter wan marketing part of hi cotton crop. „ , . . Mrs. P. H. Simpson, parents of ♦ Pr. John or er was i own ^ groom, entertained quite a Tuesday. MC.IUt.ng the d.g.U of ,.row« o( ,hc yo(ln? co#^.. rcl. hi^ many ii'L-n h, ipnn(f own °!at¡vos ant| fr¡enj„ in'a mo"t cn- Lyons in the afternoon. Last Wednesday evening at 4) o'clock, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Broaddus, William Kdgar Simpson and Miss Laura llroad- dus were united in marriage, Rev. Jeff D. Ray officiating. It was a very quiet wedding, only a few of the friends and relatives being present, and was quite a surprise to many. After the ceremony Mr. and *J. 1* I joyable manner, r. AdamHthwaite, of the Mr an(, Mr(l simp„on arc bolb quite popular, and a host of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

CALDWELL ReWS-CRRONICLt. mar * joint*, un— —* Entered In the Caldwell |>o«to«ee M ee- oad-clMi mutter. SubKriptioa Rates. <>« Year *t« Month fNciur Montn# Two Month* •1 M> Mi Advertíalas Ratea. All #d vert Win* on «rrt p c</ * Occnt jH*r Inch stral*ht, with no reduction fur lurire lid*. DUpihv ad one InMftkM twenty cent ner Inch; two Insertion* thirty-five ccnt* per Inch; one month l*ty cent* per Inch. Local rate* deven and one-half pent* per line tlr«t Insertion and live cent* per line ~i subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of entertainments viven for religions educa- tional or charlteble purposes at half regu- lar rates. Lacal notices of all kinds ft.00 per hundred ward 8r*J insertion and SO cent per hun- dred words each subsequent ln*ertlon. The News-Chbokici.e desires a corres- pondent at every postofBce In the county. I and In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and pontage free. W 111 be pleased to correspond with any one on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

people you know. Ml***1! W. A. Duckworth returned on Monday f«,o«n (iay Hm- J. H. Alexander paid Brenham a flying visit Tuesday. Mrs. A. B. Carr, Sr., of Bryan, came ¡" Tuesday morning. K. J. Alexander went to Lyons Tuesday on court business. Capt. Tom Williams is confined to his bed this week with fever. Mrs. J. C. Pe ty, of Hempstead, aunt of Judge Banks, came Tues- day. Mi>* Km ma Brewer went last Saturday to Bdton for a week's stay. Mrs. J. W. Chambers, of Lyons, was shopping in town last Friday. John Thornton and wife at- tended preaching last Sunday at Bookerville. Mish Maggie Gay, • f Caldwell, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Woo ten.- Hmsoi /'Hot. Attorney C. S. Williams spent Mondav in the lower part of the etiuntv on legal business. Rev. Smith, who filled the pul- pit at the Presbyterian church last Sunday, returned to Cam- eron Monday. Miss Myrtle Silliman left laat Wednesday for Belton, where she will enter the Baylor Female col- lege for the present session. A Mr. Gol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

p: ill ' news un . Washington, D. C., Sept. 18. Editors Nbws-Chbo*iclm: The capitalists who were try- ing to get McKinlev to mix this absolute believer in government tion line* helped the Standard Oil trust by giving them lower rates than they did their competitors, and said, emphatically: «I am an The atcsmahip is one of those carrying the British flag which are under charter as troopships, and the cause of her detention was that she had 4(N) more men «nv^rnniAnt un in the affairs of ownership of all transportation, go\ernment up facilities especially railroads. If aboard than she «hould have had. Santo Domingo uu wi raw ra¡iroadsand waterways could be The answer to this churre bv th«- the oressure. because they now raiiroaasann waierwaj couiu oe l , y • balieve that their man. Jimios P l under government control, «■ir detriment and by Ilti« «a ¿ ',t thc h 'thc the whole difficulty would c-nd. that .he had ooly one more man wmt If you would make an example of ahoard on ,he return T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

TO HfRO WMMIIFII8. anyhow? We know you are natu- iifolber Dunlop, of the Rich- ruI born f00'* because if you m, t oaste r, usually han a word you wouldn't put heggzrn m . <>n horse hack and then nalaam to 0f conun,,n huihc i« c them and lie down for them to persons of every condition, und r¡je over your bodies, as you do 0ne class he ably defines and ad- when you elect men to legislate v¡Ht.s as follow : | iigrainst you. You get out and To the hero - worshiping, ad-; moul'1 and howl about this being dki it* <1 people of these United ¡the ,5ind of lhe frce and the home otates: W* see by the papers!"^ brave, or Home other that vou are soon to turn your- j thing doesn't apply to it at ,Vl/„ tear your clothes and a,!' and then bre"' < your fool neck n,j ^ million or two showing 'lucking it to the men who robbed that magnificent old fighter. Ad- j >'ou* You Sf° down « your over- ¡rni Dcwev. bow you appreciate |ttl,H an<1 *ct oul y°ur «weat-be- tbc honest performance of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 September 1899

MtmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMthtet THIS IS COBB'S, Caldwell's Greatest Store. I •5S 4© 4© « 4© 4© 4© 4© 4$ 45 *S) 3© « 3S c o B B S C O B B S THIS STORE Carries one of the largest Shoe stocks in the State and does the Shoe business of the town, m We moved into this store last January' and had on hand at that time about 5,000 pair of Shoes; since then we have received 321 cases, we mean CASES not dozens, and have more on the road and others due us by the manufacturers. We expect to increase this number to, or within the neighbor- hood of, 400 cases before the end of the year. This is more Shoes, perhaps, than ali the rest of the town put together will have received during the year. We do not say this boastingly, but as a fact, to show the trade that there is something behind this constant increase in our Shoe business. An expla- nation of which is unnecessary to our regular customers, but for the benefit of our prospective custom- ers we wish to say that the secret is: We sell honest goods at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

y í TWELVE PAGE5. l lorntgay 0 i a, gg Caldwell News-Chronicle. °U* AIM 18 TH« «KRATR8T BENEFIT TO THE rAKMEM AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. roL. xx. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1899. NO. 191 NOOftlRVN.Lt. Ho(>KK«vtLi.K. Te*., Sept. 27 KDitoi Nkwh-í'h hon icu*: COOftfS POWT. CooKttt Point, Tc*a . Sept. 25. KlilTOHH NkWS-CMSOKICUK Our late northern, while quite ^0 account of a protracted stay rceable after the very warm i at the metropolis, Inky Fingers ecksof the first of the month,, has been unable to keep up the re precipitating many bad colds. ¡ regular weekly communications. Mrs. F. A. Arnold and children, I" the meantime there have been respondent having moved from our neighborhood so we take the liberty to send a few item*. The people in general in this neighborhood are enjoying good health. Mrs. Clark, J. J. Con- nolly and W. L. York's baby have been on the sick list for the past week, but are improving now. B. Stone has moved his black-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

W; mk The Spiritual Man.1 xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. p^r./'.r T"- Uhertittaf To a conscientious newspaper •nan the question of ad vertising •s a serious one. Of course, there are men in the newspaper busi- ness whe are indifferent to every feature of an advertisement ex- cept the money that can be bad from running it. On the other liand. there are conscientious men who do not desire an advertise- ment from a fake business, and who wit! not run an advertise- ment of anything: they know to •>e a fraud. Such men feel that they are responsible for the moral effect their paper has on its pa- trons, and are unwilling to con- tribute to their deception or in- jury of even the shadow of an argu- ment in favor of it. If any news- paper man can think of an argu- ment even partially justifying this practice on the part of a pa- per aspiring to be read in the homes of the people. I should be glad to have him publish the ar- gument and send me a marked copy of his paper. To me the practice se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

v w partment. *? Prof. 3. c. TOatte. 4Ihe *. «ai M. Callee* • Cats crien like babies sometime, I'nder the above heading in the j but you can not giv them parry- j;, ws-Ciihoniclk of the 15th up- gorrick to quiet thare nervus ais* «eared one of the moat favora- ble educational indication of our time*. The A. and M. college crowded; hundreds of applicants refused! The inability of the in- terns like you can babiea. We hav a baby at our houaethat 1 If ess has dr inked about foar quarts of parrygorrick and every night it crie juat the aaim for ititution to furniah facilities for more. I gess that baby must tbe instruction of so many eager i hav the parrygorrick habbitt. pupil is not the encouraging fea-| Young cats are very frisky and turf, but that tu many of our j they will play all day because youth are striving to gain ac-j they don't have no skool to go to. CChs to that particular institu- ¡ I jjess I would like to be a man. tioti. Cats cat milk and mice regular There is an idea, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

ir torics of t)>e Street twHHNffMtmA WW.1 Preaching at the Methodist church is at S:ó« j . m. instead of 8:15. and the Kpworth League Meets at 4:im p. m. instead of 3:30. —The ditch across the side- walk near the office of Dr. Oliver •hoi. ! be filled up, as it is not •oly il: ñicult to cross, but looks] «out cplace. —Merrily the wedding bells are ringing again, and we wait to chronicle the names of the next *app> pair who try the matrimo- nial experiment. —Attorneys Heslep and Alex- ander went out Wednesday to Justice's court at Cookes Point, where they were antagonists in a little legal battle. — We have this week a new correspondent from Deanville, and hereafter «Bud will labor in that end of the moral vineyard as our «rural staffer. —Some of the water plugs and fcydrants along the sidewalks should be looked after, as thev leak and cause a great deal of dis- agreeable mud in front of some of the stores. —The senior editor returns from Hookerville just before go- ing to pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

™™n- ÜHNL "■—' ' ! ' '■ SBE ? "BifS ___ „ K r at Jarte** i. Jackson, Mi *, Sept. 28.—The • Mute lioard of health Tuesday after- —' noon nuulc the announcement of {top'ftln On* of tU* Mem- two cane* of yellow fever ¡n J.tclc- b m, Ha® R tur i"d--Hfc M)|jt tIn- patient* being Mr . Tipiey Thln't Th-it jMn(| H,,n^hUT. ro iding ait |Vari — hlm-t, one block from the post of lice. MUCH BilSliESS WAS ACCOMPLISUtl The discovery was made by lir. Ilar- — — jriaoii, attending physician, ami lite ai th* m «m it * * i<-i«rt* r«tr oimn* diagnosis van confirmed by 1 nspec- wim■ or w*"""'"[J*' *" T*' tor Haralson of the state board and tklMm W«r* AdaltlM pointwMit mt • R**«)i «r oii>«r i.ur- hr Harrington. Very little excite- n„m n««i. inent was created bv the annouuee- n inent. Nearly all interior town Washington. Svpl.tuUT S*. — I""1' "I' •i" runiinw uttaiii.i <at.min fnaicr f film *. ' ,k;^ the lim. woii fc- 1 . i / i one on within thirty utinciet b(lml„. who .... " ¡ifter II . iiunle. ¡...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

■ 'T . ■ '' =5= NEWS-CHRONICLE.. anr i jomtn. UiHn and H+eritHrt HP 11 BE HEARD FROM. Thk Brazos river navigation convention is called to meet in - they desire, «imply ba'ftVM the legislature ha* been too slow in = $15 into the city treasury before he goes thence? Rtil! further ii0 There are but two arguments i Urenham on the < th of October, coming %« the assistance of the ' not these same wfttchful and ¡«1 • itor.nl In tht Caldwell pn*u ae« matter. € Subscription Rate*. WWV. - r* Drtilii.KI! UU \(IC • *) i II i.f 4 * 'V l".ivi i v«# tiinj^ in\ %•>* im'i llivr v r: ■ u m ' * 'I ■ ¡IP<! ?i U f| that can be made against Joe Bai- ■ an<| whlle it will not be neceasary ! college. Let it have ever) en- guardians of the public see, daily m mo- I ley as a candidate for the senate; to select new delegates, arrange* ¡ couragement possible, because it and nightly, open violations Jf I the first of these that he is °p" nients should be made to have a ! is to accomplish untold good ...

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