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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

iinffi ment, while permitting the men to land, does not in any manner eon- • <vdt* our right to apply tin* Chine* exclusion law to the Philippines anil Interesting Happenings Gathered stands by tho principles enunciated By Correspondents Through- i in the formal protest which was out the State. tmuil KM THOMTN. THUS. | made la^t week by the Chinese inin- | ister here against (i eneral Otis' n« - —' "" | Trip lo t'hlrMftii Abumliinml. i c. ih r«r>M Mhoi i*jr hu Cousin unit City of Mexico, Sept. 27.—Proai- A Negri ¿•■«•a ' Mo r« In •1*11 for j)j„z |,BS (0 abandon i.rrKwi.tPI.WW 1 M«rl e. at ^ ) I il> to the I'nited lii-ornl""* "* «■ • «*• «*"«**•« Off 1 1 u .. . States, I he reasons for the deenuon lu.,r.l «I llr el.ii«. ! . ill.... nrc hi in pi y ano solely the t a«l eon- • , o- tp 'he health of Mrs. Diaz, 'I horntoii, c\as,.. p .... distinguished wife of the presi- Darwin, .living three miles north- Lj(.nlf who has for dome time been „,st <>f here, wits killed Sunday ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

;■; mp: fp ® r^Q&sieei! $" Our New Fall Stoc Our immense fall stock is now in, and we want everybody, big, little, old and young, rich and poor, to come to our store and see our mammoth new stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Calicoes, Domestics, Ginghams, Ladies' Capes, Ladies' Shoes; (Vents' and Hoys' Clothing, llats. Hoots, Shoes, Shirts, I'nderwear, Hosiery, and everything usually carried by a first-class dry goods establishment. We have purchased an immense stock for fall and winter, and we are going to sell cm too. We want to sell you some of them, and know you will appreciate the money you can save by purchasing from us. You are getting a good price for cotton now, but if you spend your money with us you'll get a good deal more, because your money will go a great deal further. Come and see our big stock, and we feel sure you will take some of it away with you and be well pleased. 'S ou will not find a better assortment nor better prices an\ where in the county. Come to our s...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. | T. F. Hudson took a trip to Houston Saturday. Willis IIudHon in again having a struggle with fever. Dr. B. <>• McLean took a run down to Brenham Wednesday. G. K. James made a trip up to Milito® Wednesday on tmnmes . Mrs Sam (..lin(,s,c(t for R(jd({ Jim Wood resumed his duties ers, Bell county, on a visit to her last Saturday as clerk for A. F. 'son, who is going to school there, («rahow. and relatives. j,.*sc Harris made a trip into. Miss Holik occupied a place be- Milum county Tuesday, on lega! hind the counter in the ladies' business. | department of J. F. Cobb's store Dr. May field and son, of Dean- '4,sl Saturday. ville, paid a visit to this city last Kd Banks and Douglass Carroll Tuesday. went to a musical entertainment! com and Miss Nora Duckworth, Joe I'ressley, of Shady Grove called on «acquaintances at | all of the Providence neighbor- hood. went to Cameron Friday of last week, as messengers to the Baptist association. Warren Hilliard went to Aus-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

131 f Éig I NEWS LfflEK. «enatt, wu received by the sec- retary of the A «ti-Imperialist Wasmxctov, ü. C.. sept. -5. recently organized here:1 tJlddin* N«w - EDITORS kkws-cumomclk: .... . . f , , i « ., ThU ii to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever ince the war. HH _ _ 1 got mo weak 1 could ha nil y walk or V W .1,1 v «I shall be home in a few day* Favorable mention of the dili- do anything- one botti* of Chamber- J: \l7r7lc™ Lr Z • - shall join ,he ,eaKue wi.h K,„ce of ,b. c„„„,y McLean will be elected governor pleasure. If imperial .™ goaa.n diveraiiyimj crop, la being I «.-OMa.^Flnf..n.,v. of Ohio than their frantic effort, j P « aucceaa. thi. republic will made bv our e cbno?e, through- to make it ap,«ar that McLean ia go down to rnin-a jout th.a aecfon. Itb«h«>e tK ' * , _ a t t t cnlton n antrrs a over I ex.is to a secret enemy of Col. Hryan, and that if elected governor of Ohio he will seek to prevent Col. Bry- an's nomination for president!10 J J J {cotton plan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

Tr«Wfl9 Üi¡tt writer torn 1# year felt [intimate toellntfof friendliness t¡u xt..ti normal school at ■otsvilli*, and believes it ban mc nd is dotOIT a KTeat and ainii K""a for the CttUIMf uí vdu" ¿•on in Texan. This is what r jicuHtoii Post has to say of |at institution: rT„t. growth of educational in* Lst m Texas is keeping pace jith the progress of the Ute (La? other lines. A few days tlu. l'.^t recorded the open- tfof the Agricultural and Me- Siiical v "Ilege, with more Stu- rnts seeking admission than aulii 1,1 accommodated. Vev r,lav'- dispatches told of the Winning of ike twenty-firmt *rs- [i..u ul the Sam Houston normal flstiiute at Huntsville. with the iri o*t enrollment in the history [if the school. «fhis great state institution ha, Itreit .i useful factor in the m]u> at!' nal development of 'I ex- its. and it* success is a matter hf congratulation. The teachers irüincil at Huntsville are scat- tered all oxer this great state. Ln<; ate a {fraud work. (The course ^tud...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 September 1899

¡ü IS COBB'S, GaWweJTs Greatest Store. 4® 43 4© 5© 4S 4$ c o B B S •* TrJE T***4"" mimmui 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. + 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 dozen*, 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 all 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 honest prices by honest methods. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

w Caldwell News-Chronicle. Ol!K AIM IS THE GREATEST IIEKEKIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1899. NO. 20. *0 FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j COOKrs POINT. ' ot Rosebud fever, caused by aick- 1-o.KT, Tea., uc .1. in X ' !'*• He Mtarted epuok^ m uH-ncoNicu; 1 for that P'ace last Thursday, to Our t-h'N)l din not upen Mon- look out a suitable location. One 4ar as «¡i" cxpi the patrons encouraging feature is, he does not all being ready; it w ill begin n"t think of selling out here; so next Monday. , we ma>' bc HUrc that 'f he goes Mr. and Mr- A. 11. Duckworth fie will return. wcre in Co .kes Po.nt Sunday. al- ( • s- Perry and sms, Arthur Mr. and Mr-. Tun Duckworth. (^lie. went to Temple the last of the week, in search of work for the boys. We still have a few chills and fever cases. Three of S. W. Hill- tard's family, Minnie Price, Yin- ney Arnold, Dovey Williams, Mrs. J. tiillev ami Mrs. Robbins are among t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

of being ready this man wrought A larga tipper 9mm, fwl*ri má ■*•* . j record, we find not only that this When Jesus was about to take large upper room was furnished, his last passover, he was depend- eat upon the hospitality of some good citizen for a place in which to observe it. The record tells us that there was tendered to him, by some person to us un- known—perhaps Joseph of Ari- mathea, perhaps Nicodemus—«a large upper room, furnished and ready. At the risk of spiritual- king a purely literal text, there are some things along here that I knows, but be at once introduced the subject of the prosperous condition of the church and the pleasantness of the their rela- tions. The committee left with its errand unstated! The pastor is still serving thit chur**1' **nd a representative member h lately said that he will serve it' now till be dies. That church has a reputation for dealing kind- ly with its pastors, and there is not in that city a more prosper- , . . . w , ous, more unite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

¿fcucatíonal Department. e prof. 3. C. DUatte. jlugfOiiiiilSipiwW* ta Comlí) SdMMii( J the Hcboolrootn chccrful and in- While \vu are hearing *o much ; vigorated by the exercise, and the about «moral training in school*, j teacher finds his slightest wish why i>* it we do not hear more obeyed with the name alacrity in about the moral influence of the ¡the room as out, and hia school playground* those playgrounds becomes the pride of the commu* usuallv found in country districts nity and his joy forever. that persist in changing teachers t + ¡ mo often? I suppose that subject Ifnoraace v*. education, has been left for me. More agricultural colleges and a The playground is the place hi«her education .«or our young farm- where the adverse power of the 7*' "VT betx*r tcroV PT " i-i duced, i* the remedy proposed for the teachers moial influence is cen- s|,„rta>fe t>f i,read*tuff*. which Mr. ttrod; there is the place where Hyd«,-,tati*ticlan of the United State* the unruly VOUths...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

LIS *\ i '! }> <•> Stories of tbe Stra«t. —1). Levi has put in a system of fas !ij¿hts in his establishment tbia wee I. —B. I. Sparks > now employed at the < « mill, temporaril*, as weight. r ..fid bookkeeper. - We rote that the hydrant near tli Male platform has been fixed ar.il r. longer leaks. - A we'.l-Wnown darky, named Cole ma:' Benson, about eighty years ok!. tlietl in town Monday night. —Center Point communication came too late for publication. Please try to get your articles •n on time. —The Infant of Frank Stefka «tied Tuesday morningat 4 o'clock and was ' uried that day at the old |>urial pr ind near New Tabor. —The chain around the court Ciouse yard, used to hitch horses 4o, ought to be fixed up after some of the posts have been replaced. —The American Cotton com- pany has placed a neat and pretty little office in their cotton yard, which adds considerably to its attractiveness. —We are wholly in doubt as to whether or not the sweet potato crop is an en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

Tbe National Carnival la Provine X Moat Olorloua and Oraad Buoocaa men Of WEI9NT IN PARTY COUNCILS 1rt. u Ik* TkMMMto of Tium Wko Mad MlkwMl Ui UilM • t%mm~ Juar*. Hryau. Clafk. IIImimn «.d AMW «Hi* « *• latoTMtta! MMUilMwA the cotton raider* in iiím motion a re 11*' through gathering 11 «* lleecy •tapie. roMMl Kim lu Tyler County. Cohnesieil, Texa*, Oct. —For- est lire* are raging north of tolutcs- iieil, and should the dry weather L-Mitinui' a few titty longer i li«* en- tirt range will be burned. The tire lia dime great daiuuge to fanner by deft roving their felice uud por- tit>11 of their eottou. r« Via It Trui. Tcxarkaua, Texas, Oet. ft.—(ior- prnor Jame A. Mount of Indiana |Mi e<l through thin city Tuesday for I h; IImk. Ho wan accompanied hy a ataff of twenty-two uniformed of- ficer* and eight member* of the (¡rand Army of the Republic, the latter having in charge the ting* to l>e leturned to Terry'* Hanger*. Be- palla*. Tex , <>rt. 4.—Boll • ptntc «invention a...

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

!U NEWS-CHROfllCLE.. — ««7 I JO men. tdiHn and FrtpriHM. = A CASnm.i TE. 1. Pupil absent more than, hour days in tour consecutive i Mcvkh, VliÚlOut |{UuU lAktiH. uní* i t l' sUNpCftdetl. 1 .icotli v K .tared In h« pnat««ce m —e i «4-elftM natter. Caldwell. Te*a*. Friday. t. et. ♦>. The Bastrop Advertiser carao i to our desk this week, containing ' the following article, carefully , considered good shall be sickness j marked* or miiuc very ur^ui nmsi I ing attendance impasible. excuse must be given in writing I question bv parent or guardian KO* STATK SKN STOK The Advertiser ha powitive infor- mation that Hon. J. P. Fowler, at the ¡ ¿ pUpil l tardv eight timen in I earnest and repeated solicitation* from four coosecutivo weeJiH may be1 This pap«r will r,*}t, hire* friend in different part of thi un dft«r. in any way l*nd its sup- atorial district, has consented to be jttOl t to any candidate for come a candidate for the state Mínate. legislative honors who will HiX, 'lexa*. Octobe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

Í (Ml MIR j^B'aaeofOood Feeling Mid In- tenso Party Enthusiasm— Many Thousand* H*i pluvd Urge order* for canned meat and tinned fruit with aoine of Chicago's ltrire puck in .' conmnM. New York, Oct. 5.—A Tribuno disnateh from London says: Vlei IF TEXANS PRESENT -AN OVATION An otlii'ial of one of these large i past twenty-four bourn have been pm'ing companies who did not pa^ed in invention un l mntradiI with to be quoted raid lie understood ,tjoll 0f rumor* of an outbreak 01 i'll, firm lull rewind a large oro- ¡ . uilll t|„. ai | r...uh ,|mt t|„. «<•! from (!.<• British ««vvrnmunt¡i<m u un(.h,n>,,.,| Thl. Tor tlic shipment of canned meats r i<i t« 11' y„t «uriMMoil Itjr til* Compliment UIim A"'"*1' iC1"' «lli r Internal lug with which to supply the anuy in the Transvaal. ish reserve! are liable to be called out before the end of the week and the Boer* are already under arm- and are not likely to disband with- out lighting. Sir Bed ver* lluller departure is not yet «-ti...

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

,, . • WWWVMWwwwwywywwww't < Our New Fall S i •iififiitrirV Our immense fall stock is no*.\ ir, and we want everybody, big, little, old and young, rich and poor, to come to our store and see our mammoth new stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Calicoes, Domestics, Ginghams, Ladies' Capes. Ladies' Shoes: Gents' and Hoys' Clothing, Hats, Hoots, Shoes. Shirts, t'nderwcar, Hosiery, «and everything usually carried by a first-class dry goods establishment. We have purchased an immense took for fall and winter, and we are tfoing to sell em Uk>. We want to sell you some of them, and kn \\ you v\']] appreciate the money you can save by purchasing from us. You are getting a ¿food price lor cotcon now, but if you spend your money with us you'll get a good deal more, because your money will g" a rjreat d :al further. Come and see <rir big stock, and we feel sure you will take some of it away with vou and be well pleased. You wil1 not find a better assortment nor better prices anywhere in t...

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

1 people you know w. *•***■ Win. Reeves took a run down to Brenham Saturday. Mrs. A. H. Carr, .Sr., of Bryan, was in the city Wednesday. Dr. Honevcut and wile were in the c it y from Jlookerville last Friday, trading. Miss ( race Stovall left for Dal- las Wednesday night, to visit rel- atives and attend the fair. Carroll, oldest son. of Rev. JelT J) Hay. is suffering: this week with a serious spell of fever. 1). Levi went down to Galves- ton Sunday on a business trip, returning Tuesday morning. i Mrs. J. A. Jackson, of Rita, xv,is trading m town Monday and visiting at the home of .1. F. i C«dd . Mioses Harnett and Keese, two of Lyens' popular young ladies, were ill the citv shopping Friday of last week. Mrs. Al Farmer, with her lit- tle child, went down to Brenham S;it urda v. spending Sund.iy there ami returning Monday. K«1 Amnler. the agreeable little cotton buver of our city, t«w.t, a run down to Brenham Saturday lunht. returning Tut sday. A. 1 . Duckworth took a bus- n ss trip t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

Tho*e who have been trying to Cad an argument against Hon. Joe Bailey in his race for the sen- ate, and have been so over-anxious !• My that he was opposed to the construction of the Nicaraguan canal, will have to abandon that f lea and find something more plausible to show whv Bailey u!d not have Mr. Chilton h t. This open letter from llai- lejr perhaps defines hi* position re clearly than any of his t utterances. Here it is: Gainesville, Tex.. Sept. o, I#**, r. Dayton Moses. Burnet, Texas. My Dear Friend: I have re- ived yours of the 4th inst. in- forming me that the Burnet Bul- letin has copied a statement from a Palestine paper which repre- sents me as being opposed to the construction of the Nicarauguan canal and asking me to write jrou whether or not this is a cor- rect statement of my position; and in reply, I beg to say that it is not. The difference be- tween me and certain other gen- tlemen on this question is that I am opposed to the construction of th is canal in partner...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

w cation of thin han juat been given by the choice of a tabulating ma* chine to be uned. The commit* tee decided to uso the name ma* WASHINGTON NfWS LIT ICR. WAfHtNGTOX, U. C., (Jet. 2. fip,TO"* NKW *tnHONICI.K: I nlcsH Mr. McKinley exhibíis little more backbone than ^at were u ed ten year* * nal hia po'ty nianagera are a£°' all',oulib nevv machine waa üninir' to compel him to drag Ad.'offeried which would do the work miral Dewey along with him on much faster. The decisión ia the atumping tour upon which he (S to atart next week. They ,re now trying get him to prom- ise to ask Dewey to accompany him, knowing that Dewey would have to regard uch a requeat an order he must obey, re- «rdleas of hia own wishes. Mr. McKinley has not yet agreed to said to have been made because the new machines, if adopted, would have largely reduced the number of clerks required, which republican congressmen pro- tested against. According to the talk of cituena of Michigan, who have been in Washington rec...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 October 1899

pp ¡ =5 O 6MMMMMMftMMM66Mft6&ftft6ft&6ftft6ft6fig THIS IS COBB'S, Caldwell's Greatest Store. * C O B B S ¥ 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 do/ens, 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 eisd of the year. This is more Shoes, perhaps, than all 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 ir. unnec'issarj to out regular customers, but for the benefit of our prospective custom- ers we wish to say that the secret is: We sell honest goods at honest prices...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

Si' • ¡IR TWELVE PAQES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE UKEATKST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BL^ESON COUNTY. VOL. XX CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBERIJ, 1899? NO. 21. PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. J YCLLOW PR4IRII. VkLI.OW PlUllHK, ten,, <V., * • RplTOUli NKflfM lIMoKltl.H! There was a rain hero Tuesday, partially laying the dust. Farmers have utilized the line titer so well thai most of the Hon c rop has been gathered. There w.,* quilt .1 gathering of ighbors and friends at the res- oí '.id Wood last Tuesday , theoccanion being a birthdav d li- ner and building a « rib. J. T. Arjt. refire- Temple Central oil m on Tuesday. looking W'Ca i neig id en A light rain fell here early this morning, and present indications Bonify plenty more. R. 1Í. German, while handling wood Monday, had a linger stung by a centipede, resulting in his hand and arm swelling up and paining him a great deal for sev- eral hours. At present writing he is doing well. Cicr:w« ....

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

** •' The Spiritual Man. j xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. TlilM *1 M. Love is God's pre-eminent at- tribute. Justice, omnipotence, all-wisdom, and many other attri- butes belong1 to God, but that by which He is most anxious that His people shall remember him is love. Language exhausts it- self in a vain effort to find ade- quate expression of the match- less love of God. There seems to have been special effort in the Bible to present the love of God from every conceivable stand- point. Every rhetorical form and every figure of speech that could be used to give emphasis to any truth are made to pay trib- ute to this desire of the Holy Spirit to emphasize the marvel- ous love of God. Look at some of the rhetorical forms bv which this truth is set forth. In the first place, there is what in rhetoric is called personi- fication, where the scripture says <God is love. If you wanted to put the ambition of Napoleon in a very strong light you would not content yourself by saying tamely, «Nap...

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