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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

jgbucational ^Department. *? prof. 3. C. Matte. «V GmmI Old Dar of Yore. others, and so arc not apt to be So matter how much we might led in the opposite extreme and de>.ire the return of «ye good old turn anarchistic. times. they are gone with the i„et uh gaze on our prairies of «good and fair of ours.> A loving | the future, with their thousands remembrance may linger; their jof acres producing incalculable recital may cause the aged heart amounts of food for both man and 1 thing on which I could not throw bad and avoid it, in learned and te m pe rate.—So r rates. -44,4+- Wortt) Liviav for. If I caa «tup out? heart from breaking, 1 shall not live iu vain; If I can ea*e one life the aching, Or cool the pain, Or help one fainting robin Unto hia neat again, I «hall not live in vain. Selected. Never to put my hand to any- t«> beat quickly, but no power of, beast; neatly painted houses sur earth will ever effect their res-, rounded by carefully kept yard , urrection. T he broa...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

►trcet. 1 u'Vit' ill •' IK iw •. life pagan's Second Stories of ttje Street. "-•-Xlw main street to the depot iril be in excellent condition as ,v it ram.. | ,ot of Now Model tints arrived yesterday. These Hats were cop¡01! >¿u.*kb.'"«- wv.VnT«T.y «S * i by Miss Drice \loCullf/Ch. a young lady of distinguished Millinery ability, wbbh h.,' i«n s¡ck (or *>me! f rom French Patterns that cost a St. Louis concern S4-O.UO each to take *~irL telephone «ir. haJout of the Custom I jOUsc. Excellence in all directions which tend to popu- been put in <->n the line connecting llarize a Millinery shop is indelibly stamped on our productions. 'the F. A. Kintr place with some Madame l.aHauve. whose productions attracted so much attention at the Emporium Opening in St. Louis, has on exhibition in our department six of her happiest creations. Iler friends are welcome. ••f the houses in town. —Stone & Hitchcock have this *week had the telephone changed into their new building where the...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

i enffi FOR m. Lord Salisbury H «lt tfa to Bnttr Upon ft War With tb« Trftnsvaft*, But IT MAY IE TOO LATE-IT IS HARDLY That • fMr>(ul Mulloa Cm Rt lid rrNMnl K «««r U Mot Tiwale ,ll| Hr|ir4i the Mluatlau •• Ursv*. HdI hh r*ltb Ih lk« Uhl"UI««yH !• I'rMtlrl Com lag K m u. London, October ll.—-Thc Berlin , ,t respondent of the Kvrning Stand- ard wivh: Information has been re- ,viv«d i" diplomatic quarter* here that I rd Salisbury at th«* last mo- ment hesitate# to enter upon a war vith tin- TraiiMvaal. A peaceful so- lution i* not. therefore, altogether „ij *sible, although it i* improba- ble. Tn loria. Octolier 10. l'rc-ident Krujfer, ,n die «'ourw 1,11 niter- \if>« toda v uid he renard d the *11- ♦oilong Kong, thence to Manila And the execution of hi vow. Bui Nearly tabwarabia. Nacogdoches Texan, Octolier 11. •—The long continuocl dry weather holds on; the (hint | crnicutc* every- thing; al time* it i so great it oh- m lire the sun. The creek* have all dried up. tin- well* hav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

NEWS-CHRONICLE, need* fixing, instead of «walking nal disposition of the Philippine* 'over the crop, fix it. so that the ' had nothing to do with the state* i JOIHi/t, Cditort and Fropnetort hogs and cattle will n -t destroy mtnt tt :tt bberity was to he fjlori- the very crop you want to see; it fied in tho**e regions. That i the there i* a shed that ought to be very point uea e striking at; if propped up, a potato house to Ik the final disposition oí the islands recovered, some feriilir.'r that had nothing to do with the mak- could be distributed, potatoes to,ing oí this statement, then the set out, or peas or sorghum seed conclusion must inevitably be vou could plant, then, instead of that the recent enthusiasm of l In the Caldwell posioffle* i «c i matter. Subscription Rates. fm •I AO Even Cotton is Advancing In sympathy with the increased values «•f everything else. To make room tor other goods coming in I ar.i going to Hint Hh> Advertíalas Ratea. spinning long windy tales ab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

üi-l LLgJ. - LJJ i ■■■ __jg. with a rWvfiodioe*; «rrnnl «tand, rapidly f;ath«>r«k<l and in n few weoka «*ltd Will liold ¡t* f|tn| Meeting on • Úho líth, Iflth mu! 1J h instant. i> UMo tlir season will be wound up. Farm i wlio nrc financially able to huid ^ aggregating tMirly $1904) j their cotton aw nearly all doing so. High droops Must Bs Withdrawn jivill he give for running and trot- ' Kven a good many who arc not able Onoe or Hootilltte rí^' ''v,,'.v tim# is anticipated «ir*1 alao holding hack from tlu> mar- ket, which i * working a hardship on merchant* who carried tlicir ac- count*. will OommonoN 7 Wis t VERY SUMEN SHOK. ||T„. Britain WM *«t •* • «••!••« •• «• iallMl A" M" * *•' •*•••«* „hll( #r*<i T * l UU« M"" Ntllai'i Altionlr < •** W W* MUuiiUrrawKl KiisU «' *•••! tin?. A lively time is anticipated thin week. A free harltecuc is on the programme, also a grand hall in iSe pavilion. Special excursion Ui-'n- will run from Km, Antonio on Friday and Saturday. K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

pp Our New pall Stocl^l 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 ne^ stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods. Calicóes, Domestics, Ginghams, Ladies' Capes, Ladies' Shoes: Gents' and Hoys' Clothing. Hats. I toots. Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, 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 em too. We want to sell you some of them, and know you will appreciate the money you can save bv purchasing from us. You are getting a good price for cotton now, but if you spend your money with us you'll get a k«hh1 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 awav with you and be well pleased. You will not find a better assortment nor bettor prices anywhere in the county. Come to our store and we will prove it. h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

SmMÑtKKmaíi^1. I^OPLE YOU KNOW I (leo. 1- Smith was in the city from Merle lust Friday. \V. tt. Silliman took a trip to Houston the latter part of last week. K. J. Alexander returned last Tuesday from a business trip tu I,\ oiis. Mrs. K. W. King left Saturday n;,rht for Lancaster, to visit her daughter. Mrs. Pierce Philp returned Monday from a two days" visit to relative at Lyons. Madame* L- G. Jenkins and j je. Heslep returned Thursday from a visit to lirenhum. Mr . A. T. Hudson and Willi Hudson went up last Friday on a visit to relatives at Hockdale. Mi s ()ia Bowles, of Xolanville. i- now occupying a position in tin establishment of D. Lc\i. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hitchcock left Monday night for Dallas, to spend several days se-eing the si^lu-. Cha*. L. Windhausen returned Saturday from a trip tn St. Louis, where he vrvnt t > buj good* for the tirin. Mioses Nettie and Cora Sugg, of Mississippi, came in Tuesday on .i visit to their u#;nt, Mrs K. C. porter. | r W. K. Tyler after a sta...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

= =5= propound to ei citizen of Burleson countv, prise on the part of another. If fifeat many—would have g\ven 'able, we will predict that cotton a merchant sees by an ad that just that much clear money to will rot in the lieldt* unpicked, A Mortal without any education be- j the merchant across the street is live on another year or to make and 5 cents will be the maximum ail he he*r^- A bait-wtucated u0<jerwej||ngr<anj that he is likely improvements with. price. I doe* not believe tluu^ nc , . . ,•% t t tt* i ¡ai to lone your trade, what does he To sum up: ! he people have We clone with a sugestión an Do "ov read i countv paper?' do? He makes an investigation raised more at home, and have to what we think a (food plan to That iVt « uestio'n we would like at oncc ani* never allows yoti to lived on a 4-cent basis for cotton 1 be followed bv the small farmer * h tverv individual ^eave ,l'H tore without selling which they are getting < cent* another year: Plant plenty of The &...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

®BP¡ «W4Sr«ION news initt. waíminotok, u. C., Oct. 9. e„itok nkwm hhonicuí: That Mr. McKinley is getting jraid of the Philippine question, ánd oí imperialism generally, waa shown by the announcement, practically official, made this week, that the administration had no further Philippine policy than tt sip the Filipinos into aubmia- 2 ' * lhen ,urn ,ho "JS* imattcr ovil ia clearly a r«pi* n. ' tended to affect vou * in 1 election . Mr. McKinle/ h"" not 'h nged hi imperialistic icuaH; thf has only become convinced of the necessity of making the ma- jority in congress, which he be- Heve he can control, responsible for the adoption of a, permanent imnorial policy. Pc :!???« he will tell those who will listen to tlii* stump Hpeechen he intends mak- ing from the rear platform of the parlor car in which he is now trav- j elintf about h<>\* be intends to1 leave this important matter to the wisdom of congress, and per-1 hapn he will bamboozle somebody I with Kuch stories, but it is ver...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 October 1899

mmtímmmm lilis IS COBB'S, Caldwell's Greatest Store, C O B B S 1 '¿m?, "* c o B B S ■'>)... ■ IT PAYS to TRADE at COBB'S, CALDWELL'S MOST PROGRESSIVE STORE- ■ m ; ■ 1 The store that is never satisfied with present records in sales, but works with a determination to beat any past record and it does it. The big gains in sales that this store makes every year is evidence that its patrons arc pleased people. This store is doing a record-breaking business now, the largest in the history of the business. No chicanery, no 44 hurrah sales,** no catch-penny methods to catch the unwary. This store doesn't give a prize with every ho many dollars* worth of goods you buy. It doesn't believe in doing business that way, but it does believe in giving honest goods at honest prices by honest methods, and it does it. The money that you would save by buying your good* at this store would buy many times the prizes that you would get at the prize store. Remember this: The fellow who buys goods at priz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

Caldwell News-Chronicle. ouk a1m is the greatest benefit to the fakmbkb and working people of burleson county. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899? NO. 22. f PROM OUR RURAL STAFF. noohirvii lc. hookkhvii.I.K, Tc*., < tt. l >. Entrón Nkwí-Chkonu j.r: Messrs. Ordrae and Kd Hill- ¡ar,l, Arthur Robbing, Tommy • *J • -9 IBM) * j>* was here Sunday to see his best jgt 'J. Miss Km ma liaggett returned home Saturday after an extended visit to relatives in Deanville. Miss Maud White, of Milano, Whipple and Jimmy Clark are again among us. For the last was the truest of MissSallie Hill several weeks they have been mattered toward various points of the compass, not «draining the bo\vK, but «clawing the Indis. The Midway school opens this morning. A new partition adds greatly to its convenience. Mrs. Rowland and Mis* I ma Porter, oí Center Point, were among the auditors at Liberty Sunday morning. last week. Two Latter Day «Saints have been in our neighborh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

■■ K¥3 The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. | • hammmmmmmtmm. The Bible is a great book for figures. In the 21it chapter of Revelations it describes the holy Jerusalem, the dwelling place of the redeemed. It pictures a city of marvelous beauty and gran- deur and affirms that the «nations of them which are saved shall walk in the light of it. But God does not intend that his chil- dren shall simply abide in the security and luxury of this city of salvation. He means that they shall go out and bring others in. Hence it is declared that the city has gates. Neither does God mean that his children shall know of the glories of this city by hearsay simply, he means that they shall enter into it and enjoy its blessings by personal experience. Else why does the city have gates? What are gates for? For egress and ingress: to go out and come in. Now, the gates of this city of the redeemed through which we go out to serve God and through which we come in to commune with him are said to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

ideational department. #? prof. C. Watte. To the country nchooln has c0me the time for activity. For month* the old buildiega have gtcKxl solitary and suggestive of ghosts to ^e be,ate<* youth who chances to pas near. Now he in verv apt to view it in quite an- no the work is satisfactorily ac- complished, the pleasure is there, and it is also there for everyone who known he has the ability to accomplish certain desired ends. Pleasure and pain are mixed in eld age much as they are started other light. It is a pleasure or a in early life. It all the pleasure source of great dread. I do not pr„|,ose at this time to discuss the reasons for either or the ex- is wanted at once, trusting to luck to avoid pain in the future, luck is very apt to fail. If we desire tent t«> which the teacher and ¡pleasure to be mixed all along parent are a factor in producing I through life, and work to that the condition in the child mind, end, we are apt to have our wish. but simply to view the condit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

ftr I mmm 1 ^tor Stories of tl)® Street ........1t*n|Mtir iAIIIAIIMAUMM flFPFfTWWFWVWfWwrrr .wnimi'iuiim —Caldwell's water supply is «till a* bountiful as ever and we have no fear of a famine along that line. —The Women's Missionary so- ciety of the Baptist church meets Mondays at 4 o'clock, instead of ai. 5 o'clock. —The regular business meet- ing of the Epworth League will be held today, and the members are urged to be present. — T. F. Uilley has changed the countenance of his store to the bold expression of «T. F. ííilley instead of cGillev «i Haden. — Last Saturday was another good business day for Caldwell. A big crowd was on the streets and it seemed a very lively day for trade. pagan's Choice! Selections of new Fall Clothing and Fashionable Dress Goods are in- deed extensive and at prices that appeal silently to the pocket of every vistor. Zeigler's Winter Novelties in Fashionable Footwear will arrive to- day and will immediately placed on exhibition. Mrs. Fagan will be in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

I pronto 1 tu© Bhuniiook by Ten Idiuutos unci Eitfht Seconds. prav* jmhrment for damages m tnc nprtrrc.'.ito $30,000,000. The Fnited fttlinunt named. ¿I , . i :i x. i. __ _____ ¡ Suite# iri engaged with negotiations Many, I.a. — Several Mormon | with Ifussia, Guatemala and ttayti in legard to the arbitration of claims filed n^aiUft those governments by SMHROCK OUTCLASSED III POINTS. and neighl orlv feeling ill n scope « (' oiunt it. rami I ¡en former I r i • * i u I •« are «i i v id< *ii given to I i11«• f r irif . large ami a ml CoiiiHti ii w « rally • * • n«l * Half llnuil iillkoRntlI*!1 When tli* tm W i OriMMd All t«<-ltlim H«< r from *i*ri I iiii li UuoU lim* itni Mail*- Vow ^ ;L Detolw r IP The rnp vimli the old clioi ii r Amerim won M, lonmiandinglv ug:iili t til! uirucrs ,lV(.r t < iotir>c aronml tlic Ule of out.-id* Wu'li! hi Is*'I, ami brought buck ill* will piobublv remain jMr< aicther vcar, in dcfinitce to tin? w'OiM. in •• g!oru>n* oree/ over a nih-h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

p': rf if*- mm. CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. KMT i MmU. Mfn W frtf'cfn. Kalerad In the Caldwell postofflce u sec- oad-clos* matter. Subscription Rates. «••Year •' 5® *U Month* £ Four Montos j*J Two Month ® is a little difficult for us to deter* mine how that gentleman could have made the statement he did about Caldwell, in the face of the facts, and pretended at all to tell " *H' 1 !'NM "" of *e A" ... 1 A .... <> M. college, m rc«pon« to in- — ' suggested, we want to nominate him in every public utterance we make. Adv«rtlal«| Rat* . All sdrertUiiuion flr t pint ' will be charged •Oci'iii* per Inch straight, with no reduction for Urge ad*. Display ad* one Insertion twenty rents per Inch; two Insertions thirty-live cents per inch; on* month sl.vtjr cents per Inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents tier line flrot insertion and live cvnu per line each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks a.id notices of entertainment.* given for religions, ••duos- tionsl or charitabl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

'V- , ■; ,'^s!¡$pr • j«( midnight and to cv\i«t until ftmh- Santa Fo railway', ^.tll, «"loss otli jer notice. Tin* ciiuse of this action cruise upeciully prided, bo the • M'n lf c juiri of 1110 l iiv government (Mine « the rate applying from and v. ——-— in a rumor as to smallpox comJit ions te (in I veo toil. The Boars Attaoksd a Drttteh Ar- '' I1""'1' te oxint in Dciiison. In m<. \ stale l*onrv1 of education has mored Train and Were «"rdance with ihw proclamation, the ! iwh"<-Iiiik«*iI over $600,000 of county *1 V ; WW Repulsed. Kalv will discontinuo iheir |nuscii- ^ jiri r trains runniiiji between th two lidien, muí run onlv freiirlit trains FIVE KILLED All SEVEN WIUIIEI. ¡ fro,,, the jun,iio„ «hi->ide of ££ I coll. fklrlff* MtelU Wrrr fired Ml tlt Trata Without Kftrrt ltw*és' MtrkiiitMililp e i l'wor Muí O* Rl>l« hlmii itrtrk Tl>« Train and WmI N<* Uttuiaga Nut a drill*>• Troop Ha Tuurlt•«!. Tli HrrvtMl W>lt. fran Antonio, Tex., Oet. 19.—fíee j tor H. Smit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

= - "rr~ m Our New pall Stocky 1 Our immense fall stock is now in. and we want everybody, big. little, old and young, rich and poor, t< come t< our store and see our mammoth new stock of Dry Ciooils, Dress (ioods, Calicoes, Domestics, (iinghanis. l.adies' Capes, Ladies' Shoes: (Vents' and Hoys' Clothing, Mats. 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 gointf to sell em too We want t<> -ell you some of them, and know you will appreciate the money you can save by purchasing from us. Vou are getting1 a gm>d price for cotton now. but if you spend your money with us you'll jfet a ^«**1 th ai 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. You will not find a better assortment nor better prices any where in the county. Come t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

1 I 1 PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I W Harnett took a run down ItolJrcnh^m Wednesday. \],- . >1. A. Wv.lt went Tues- U; Oft a vi.il to Somorvillc, Nora Duckworth,of Prov- ince, wa in the city last Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reeves left „ , visit to Hrenham Wednes- on «* * «lav > \V. A. Duckworth took a run ui> to Milano Monday, on busi- ness. Mi^s Nellie Parkhill left for a visit oí some days at Dawson, «jYx.ih, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Herrón re- turned Saturday from a visit to vo\ r.vcs at Cleburne. County Clerk John McCowen was over at Bryan, on business bent. Friday of last week. Kittle Mamie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C . Jenkins. has been verv seriously ill this week. Mrs. K. W. King returned '*i Monday morning from a visit to relatives at LiiiKn^tcr, 1 cxaw. \lrn. M. L. Davis. alter visiting Hi-vt-ral duvs at < enter Point, re- turned to her home, at Teirwple, Tuesday. N K. Porter. aft expending a week or more at Navasota and other fM.mts <*n the Centra' rail- ro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

WASHINGTON NIWS LET If*. IS' t Washington, I>. C., Oct. !<>■ KoiTOHS NKWS-Chhomclk: Senator Jones, chairman of the democratic national committee, returned to Washington this week, entirely restored to health, i Since his arrival he has familiar ent week comparative failures, although the men have been thro' hardships they are not likely to forget. Although Otis tried to carry out the orders, which were expected to bring results to jus- itify Uoss Hanna's claim that the war will soi*« over ¡n* nua- ... ., ,. . .. . . tions are being thro*'0 out in at'" ,«d himself with the political out-, ministration cirdc9ab0„t hi h.v- Jgok and says that the situation becn (o<) ¡ it>te in trying in Kentuckv, while somewhat in- volved, is not serious, and that lie is confident (íoebel will win. Kx-Senator Blackburn, who was in Washington several days t'jl# week, s^ays he was nevcr morc certain of anything in his life than that ticebel will be the next governor of Kentucky. Senator Jon...

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