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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

A Slit $15irÍ#Ml f sltepW cljr Portia. *• Milk it eicl aimed une mothar Mtie psMfcd, sod Dick bad to hardf-n hii heart. "Here's little milk, ma'am,'' be vaid, handing the oup to the invalid hdy. ••I thought somebody could find m'ik if he only had a mind tr>! Wfcere did yi u gel tbi*-TM «aid the prl«\ querulouH wcm m a« kbi rout-ed beraeW fiom her doaw. • lo a faina hou*e down by the iv*r," uM Dirk, airnply. ••Why dld't you get mor*? Hut tbia better thau nothing. Hold it a n oment, won't ?oofM D ck'a lace, already red from the aiimiing blai-t, flushed into a d*rkfr bur, but be stood reepeot- lul'y, holding the cop. The l*dy stooped and lifted fr in the floor a broad wiokcr ban- he*, opined it, and took the cup from Dn k'a hand. The boy Jorkn'' • i, nng'y. Hrtin i>ut d tbe h >it, warm, d depth* of th« trwket «he irtcd a until, white kitten with a big b ad, round, huckleberry ryia arid a «pike of a tail. Itrqueek^d dismally, «hruat its little pink n'*e into tbe cup and h«-«ao ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

, i. m m • M W'i M r'v'' <V' i4 :*>' i" THE NBWS-CHROMICLB BUST ft JO] NEK.Editoim and Pnoeaiaroaa •vorjr Friday at Caldwell, Trau. Rnturod In the Caldwell pnatoatoa ah ■d-rlakH mailer. AOVBHTISINtt RATIS. lM pluy ad liH-fi: t one Inavrtlon twenty emto wo Inoerilonx tlilrtjr-Sve ivni er Inri ; one month nlxty eenta per Ineh. Loral rate* ten ceat* int line Sr t Inner- miil «even and one-brlf rent* per lint' rli Nul> e«|uent Insertion. t l lt uarle«. i-urdu of t lunik iin<! not loe* of «uterialnmi'iits irlveu (or relltflona. wlu«ut- •Itinal >r l urllul le pur|x M'H at half re«M- lar ruU-h INxltively no reduction will be (rum above rate*. SUBSCRIPTION HAT«S: One Year .... Sts Month* — Three Montnt •I AO 1 OU AS CAL.mYF.LL. TEXAS. A IT, CUT Si. 1S«C. MAKE WAT FOR LIBERTY.-' In this issue we print a call to «II representatives of organised Jsbor throughout this broad lend, which is worthy ot notice from «very citizsn of this country whether a direct representative or membe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

K i! > ' \wr 1«m 'v >** i ■ . 4%W* * *fJ f ;?" r- —.JIM 1 i «HpES /* ''¡EL • •?'"*. "Or'1J. *t> ; ¡Éf$r-.v :' «roir «f/jr. fair, ills, TtnVA«n>t a. iw Nawe-Oaaoeuxa: As we oontinue to be aa below will com* with our quote of newa Iron this city that aa yet, has nevtr been found on a two page nap ol Tax**. Weatht-r flecaste.—Hot, hopeful, diffident Crop* are aatne aa before, only they ara looking a little (raen and revived by the raina. Cotton ie being picked, ginned and eold aa faat aa human hands and ingenuity oan do the aarne. Several of the young people went down to an ice cream enter* tainment given at the brick kiln being burmd by the King boya atar Hita. It ia reported that tome one taw the fire at a diatance and about* d Vesuvius! VeiuviusI aa if they thought the aame tragic acanta that are described in the "Laat Daya of Pompeii" 'were to be enacted again. Jack Porter aaid he didn't know why they worked to cook dirt so hard for if [ they were going to eat it. Mr. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

í: Eg . * , THE NEWS-CHKONICLE IDIT 4 JOINER. Kditors «id Pxiriiirow The natural ability of Judgi Oeorgs Clark, the Uttle "joint,' ie being properly utilised at laet He ie a member of the Waoo gas company.—Richmond Coaeter. The above ie additional proof of the old adage that a prophet ie not without honor even in hie own oountry. A yabd of the beet ootton goods manufactured, will eell at rstsil for 80 cente. A yard thereof will weigh one ounce, and it will take 16 yards to make one pound, and 16 yards will ooet 612.80. Yet the farmer sold the pound of crude cotton at probably 7 cents. There ie your protection and future deal- ing, both in a nut ehell.—La- Grange Journal. ••If to P. T. Babnum onoe eaid: you have ten dollare to put good uee, pnt up one for the arti- cle and the other nine for ad ver • Using. I can out-talk any man on earth but a printer. The man that can etiok type and the next morn io( talk to a thousand people while I am talking to one is the «nan I am alraid of—I w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

■■ ¡Mm kfífÜ - TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS! C ra'n líls 0°m0, ¿íouth is broken, but Carr's $10,000 Slaughter Hard- ware Sales preceded it and had already made hundreds of good farmers and mer- chants and their good wives happy, and ready to join other happy ones about the wonderful b«-rga;ns they got at Carr's Closing Out Sale. ' 'u> naif has never yet been told. Another big cut. The stock must move. He n( 4 (.s the manager at home. Remember this bonanza will not last. It will posi- iVely close within <10 days from August 1. I will remind you again that never be- fore has Burleson county been blessed with the chance to purchase a $10,000 stock '.)f hardware for a little less than SO,000. This you see is direct from the Manufac- turer to the people. \o middleman in it. All yours. Below I give you a list of a few bargains I have to offer, that you may see this is no fake but a business proposition. i i A Few Catchy Prices. Shelf Hardware and Noose Furnishing Goods. om mm. «v r Carver's...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 August 1897

The Local Happenings. I ilW? '$ I f\ < fSP" ■ i:: ■ ■ifin&SL.- mmmmm U&$?' ■ ia Hailwuy Time Card Northbound, 1>:M p. m !«: . ithbound ;i:«i p. •' I:M . 4 Prclght II :S0 *. m Mi " 11:80 m. m Knox Porter of Galveston was in town rueaday. Carl Merehant of Glddlngs is ▼biting in ths city. D. Alford baa moved into bia elegant new borne. Rev. Gbaa. Brook of Gainesville, was in the dty Tneaday. Mre. M. T. De 1 amate r ie visit- ing relatives in Giddinga. G. W. Grant apent Sunday vis- iting relatives in Smithville. Mica Carrie Brady ia visiting lliae Nora Lackey of tbia oity. Baoon went up }io. and flour 2& cents per barrel yesterday. The cotton oil mill ia laying in an immenae aupply of cord wood. liiaa Josephine Shannon of Nav- aaota visited relatives in the dty. A. W. Melver went to Galvea- ton Saturday and returned Tues- day. Mrs. Dr. Jenkins and ohildren are viaiting relativea in Smith- villa. A. F. Grabow ia making numer- oua improvementa on hia resi ienoe. K. A. Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

' •• ¿ v Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. NO. 16. TOPSYCP^s .vy' Topsy" Hosiery Leads I have just received 580 dozen of them from headquarters, which is the second largest single shipment into the State of Texas this season. This may sound a little "faky" to you, hut it is a fact, nevertheless. These goods were bought at olcjprices and will l>e sold at old prices as long as they last. The new tariff has not U'i-n added yet, but some of the numbers will soon l>e advanced alxmt thirty per cent, and there will be an advance all along the line, s< I have taken the precaution to protect myself and my customers for this season at least. Below are a few of my prices: Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 5 c Seamless do ^'^c Kiblied do 8Vjc " Double Heel and Toe «lo. \2l/jC •' High Grades, up from.. 15 c Misses Fast Black, Ribl>ed Hose 5 c " Seamless do 10 c Extra Heavy do 15 c Misses High Grade do 25 c Infant Fast Blk Hose, 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

THE MEWS-CHRONICLE í. %¡ „ m mm . mt . ■; 3N #. ''., iii tV-T-V),/: t' «!< . oust a JOIN Kit. kl>i tn P*omtmh Hire is a publisher'! toast: "Woman, the best work in crea- tion. The edition ia large, and •wy man ehould have a copy." Tus fellow with a wooden leg who U going to the Klondike gold laida it better off than the other*, ae the tranepoitation oompaniei nan only pull one, and he can tarn the other and keep from freezing to death.—Riling .Star Express. The boll worm gay in hie bor- teg clothes hae come from where aobody knowe, and into the fields Im boring goes, up and down the ootton rowal Sing ho for help— sing he, sing hey, for the boll «form gay hae the right of way— the trope are loat and h—Pa to pay!—Clarksville Times. A Nebraska man who had a oar or two of horaee to aell wrote to a friend in Waahington, D. C., ask- ing if it would be advisable to try to aell them there. Hie friend re* plied: "The people of Washing* tan ride bioyolee. the street care are run by elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

, " -\v I ** , „• \ ' ■■" t' tÉÉÉtt ' Sensational Prices On Hardware!... fy Id \y V ^ es, thousands of people are coming into Caldwell from Burleson and adjoining counties to get the benefit of my great closing out hardware sale. My business has been satisfactory: the good people have already reduced my large stock but there Is more yet. You still have a chance to supply your wants. Thirty days yet, before I move this stock of goods to Bryan. Come on and join the hundreds and thousands of people from all over the country, that are attracted by my GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE, that will forever be imprintend on the minds of the people in Burleson and adjoining counties, as a historical event, and in every respect a sensational sale, that caused people to come to Caldwell. Read them. SENSATIONAL PRICES: Shelf Hardware and House Furnishing Goods. Carver' net, extra larjfe $4 00 44 " medium sue 3 50 Lot No. I'** , Klk Razors, warranted 2 50 Special lot Razor, guaranteed 3 00 «•••« it j HQ I*ot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

¡W" r .* í' . THE NEWS-CHRONICLE \f y • f ' mwb B á * |l?¿' m-" oust & joiN Eli.Euitdhi aro PaoeaiBTOM ev«ry Friday ut Ualdwi-ll. TYxtt*. Ia(tr«d in the l'kldwell pniUiBi* us w gull«r. TMnplny urt une Insertion Iwonljr i-ent* (Mr liK-li; two liiMTiltiim tlitriy-livf ciuU per Inch; o;i« month tlily «•«•ni p«r Inrb. Loeul r t4>H l«-n cení «t line Hr>>l iiimt- tlo and M'vi'ii iiiul oiif-tiulf OtiuU |N>r line Mrh iiutiiHHiuvntliiMrtluii. Ohliut rl«*. curda of tlmnk aim not loca of eat*rt*lnni<-nt irlvt'ii for rvltaton*. isiucit- Utuiül or rlutrUulih' purpow ul liulf rotu- lar niU'K. Positively no reduction will bt- made frutn abo vi- rati •Ul -to n on hot to ir On* Year Wx Months .... Three Montn #1 *" • 4 . 00 00 CALDWELL. TEXAH. HKI'T' ..MBKK a. IrtC "WHY SIT TE nene idle. " O'^r Harkervilh corns pot de it, tlnongst hundred* ol other#, want* to know something of tbe cannicg factory at Cal iwe 1, and very per- tinently remarks that he would like to have an assurance ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

V •at" i rnou rut hookshvillm count*. iluokervillv. Tnu, Btipt 8. 1MT. Kmtom Mmn-OHRuittci.it Our glaa are luoniug daily turn- ing out th fleecy tuple. TLe jaruirre «re v*ry but/ gathvilrjr their tr.<pf, hich are vtty ahor. In 1 f-• ■ n ighb rho<*d. Ti ere l> I u « í ulk ni a t,p crop, whioo we 'hiiik rery #rocg. Everj- tLit g him ltd iufl ieno* and we b«- lit vi- such ulk hae a tiuderc) to ).iw«r «he colli n market. The «pmluor bee an tyo to ell auob ihiuge and never fail* to take ad- vtbUge of Mruc. We «faink it. very wrong f r any fume? to ad- v« cat* a top oiop, ai it i* agtimi bia own inter at. L>, e Kirtiiniuu lnvea today for Conoe, Montgomery ouumy, to a teud *• hoo). Dee intenda uiak- iir h a doctor « f hinself. W hid a 8.if tain on th* 28 b n't., ai d urnip jl.mirg ia no in order. Wh learn that the oot'on worui ia do ng const datable d.tnige to the top crop in tbx \ic>nity Pi rt r'a Pratri . i line are eevi ral caaee of aick net in the neighho. hood, though u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

£-t • 'X*. ',4% rue click or m telegraph. Hp-,.-.'' ' mm fljl I vh telegraph operator at Ea i, on the R. & 8. railroad, on the night of the 14th of Dsoembcr, 1888. There had ju t been an un- usually heavy snow-storm in the mountains about two hundred miles west of Esssx, making a virtual blockade of the road. No western freight or pasasnger train liad been through lor twelve hours; and freights from the east had bate Held at principal points to prevent blocking the sidings at way-ststiona, and so hinder re- storing regular traffic when the «now blockade should be broken. The R. & S. was a «ingle-track load through thia part of the ststs. The atorm bad reached us, but not more than three inohea of *now bad fallen sround Esstx. It was still snowing lightly at one o'clock in the morning when the thrilling inoidents of that night commenced. I was alone in the station, and liad been so for aome hours. The The uaua lloiterera of the village had left early because of the atorm. At ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

- ... ■ * ... * GE C« or |co|iy r#r ' 10. fCUjr. wcy •( r*U I hall Mee •i IS a •hoold kulM to nIIiti then; or th y might ho tnardered, and wt should elrlve to ootrop tbilr mar- derere. Wo #11 wore oonvlncod that there vim long of robber*. No one atan would attempt to hold up the peymsster's car. It wae finally decided to go ahead with the oar, approaoh the Biding very cau- tiously, and show fight if molested. I wee aiked to go, as I had a re- volver end had already a pro* jiu- ent part in the affair. "Hadn't yon better leave yoor money here,'' I «aid to Mr. Chea- ter, "so that il we should be beaten they will fail to get their booty?" "Oh, no," Mr.Cheeter promptly decided. "If it ehould be loet bere, that would put you in a pretty bad hole. And then we are acting only on suspicion, rather elimly founded. Suppose it ehould prove a felse alarm, and X had to return for the money! window i a the tower directly op- posite the door. I saw the forms of two men dimly outlined against the en...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 September 1897

5E¡2 i • ' 1 fe |1| The Local Happenings. Railway Time Cord* Northbound, lt:Mp. m 1«: a.w Couth bound 3 4 p. m I:IM a. m Korth Freight 11:50 . tu South " 1150*. Ill Brace Banks is esriously 111 -this week. B. M. Daughtrey of Temple vm 'in the city Wednesday. Homer Lemkin, the irrepres- sible, went to Rockdale Tuesday on business. Leek of sufficient London pur- ple for poisoning ootton, bee caused oonsidsrable excitement this week. Mrs. E. S. King end eon, Ciar ence, of Kenney, are viaiting Mrs. King's daughter, Mrs. A. P. Nelms. Miss Annie Nelms left for Kerr- ▼ills, fueeday, where she goes to engage in her chosen work, that of teaching. Robert Heslep who has been nick five weeks is at last able to be up and will soon be on the •treet again. Mrs. A. O. ThreeIgill, who has been visiting Mrs. A. P. Nelms returned to her home in Palestine Wedneeday. Miss Lucille Fraim, one of Milano's charming young ladies, is visiting the family of B. F. Delamater thie week. The attention of afflioted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

v t."*-: j.' " v.. «<il; Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1897. NO. 17. TOPSYieads at1 * (Üfl *• -Mr Topsy" Hosiery Leads «• I have just received .*>SO dozen oí them from headquarters, which is the second largest single shipment into the Slate of Texas this season. This may sound a little "fakv" to you, but it is a fact, nevertheless. 1 lire tfoor!> wore houjrht at old prices and will be sold at old prices as long as they last. The new tariff has n<>t !>een added yet, but some of the numbers will soon Ik? advanced alw>ut thirty per cent, and there will U an advance all alonjj the line, so I have taken the precaution to protect myself and my customers for this season at least. Below are a few of my prices: Ladies Fast Black Hose, 5 c Seamless do H'^c Ribbed do 8'^c Double Heel and Toe do. 12VaC Hi^h (trades, up from.. 15 c Misses Fast Black, Ribl>ed Hose 5 c Seamless do 10 c Extra Heavy do 15 c Rememb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

&w m¿ ■« m THE NEWS-CHRONICLE HJHT A JoINRKKkitok* a«t> fhophirtohm Ybli.ow lever ia reported et Oteen 8 pringa, Miesiseippi. The town he* been terj effectually quarantined. It ia oertainly too bed that the leedera muet quarrel among i vea et thia critical atage in the prooeedinga, bat it aeeme aa though fate haa decreed thet auch •bii be the caae. The following ia given ont aa Klondike bill of fire: Horae •endwichea, 120; boiled dog, with «old dust, |10; barbecued boot- taf*. with atrapa, $8; ate wed felt lut, with trimming, 94; fried mao- iotoéh sj, rait- oaked, $7; boiled wagon covers, with axle greaae, 12; pickled wagon tongue, fliced, 91. The Huntaville Item hea de- dared tor J. W. Blake for gover> ■or. Blake ia a fine man, but brother let'* wait 'till the ootton ia •U picked, the oorn in the crib, the potatoes dag before we any political agitation, wither atete or county.—lirazoa Pilot. wi notice Editor Lee Lankford •f the Port Lavaoa Newa ia adver* Ciaiog the New Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

jg msrw . -w ■ r ^ wpn la u Klondike DOES NOT INTEREST ME. Ladies, Read this. It will do You Good. The End is Near at liand. I Cannot Move these Goods. TF)ey Must be Sold. H ere Are the Prices: 2«jt White M >unta i ii 4 Minute Fro iter* . #2.25.. . f 1 hS 3 qt " " •• •• • • 2.7.v .. 2 as 2 ijt Arcth: 8 Minute Freeier* . 2.00.. . . 1 5* 4 qf " •• •• •• 2..V) ti fjt " " •« •• .1.50. . 2 75 M qt •• . 4.tW. 3 no 1 H qt Water C* o!cr 1.75.. . 12* 12rtqt " •• . 4.50. . .. 3 IS 2 14-inch K< d Bird Lawn Mower* . 4.75. 3 25 2 lb-inch " " " •• . 4 . .So . .. 3 SO 1 Lot Broom* . 30c t 40c.. 25 i M «• 25c trf 3oc.. 15 1 " " Slightly damaged 10 Btrplnr i«la«i Tablr sv-i* 51.00 . fx* 12 75.. 50 12 Large (¿las* Lamps (Complete) 1U •' •• " •• 5 Small " " All Si/,cs Crimped Top I<anip Chimney* 1 Size Fire-Proof Lamp Chimney* 10 Set* Decorated China, made up in set*, to niiit the purchaser, at a reduc- tion of IV | per cent. IS Set* Plain White Imported Iron-Stone China Meakin'it t <• t g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

a 1 ; W 1%-*- " , • :• V. : wf II THE NEWS-CHRONICLE dlli w ' is • Pvif ' * WW 4k JOINER.Editoiu and Psoranrrosa iMuod w| Friday at Caldwell, Tex . Slite rod In (he Caldwell postotBce a* e° 1mm matter. DUplsy ada one Insertion twenty renta Mt Inch; two Insertions thirty-five renta Mf Inch; one month sixty cent |mt Inch. al rate* ten cents tier line flml Inner* and M'vi'ii and une-hulf OMla per line subsequent Insertion Obituaries. rani* of thanks and notice* of entertainments irlven for religions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half reiru- tar fate*. Positively no reduction* will bo made fna above rate*. THE me WAQOH YARD AtAW. SUBSCRIPTION NATIS: Om Year ft SS BU Month# I 00 nrtt' Montns Ml O VLUWELL, TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 10. 1W7. WORK FOR rOUR TOWR. Caldwell bu one great drsw- beck which, if silos ed foil away, Will continually and effectually Check and block any possible im- provement, advancement or prog- resa in any line. The drawback ia selfishness. With very few tx capti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

I irOMt LOCALS ' Lyons, Tema, Sept. H. Editora Kkws-Chkokicmí: Still it iiíd«. Ws believe we ire getting o be nearly good a weather prophet an the little girl from Liverpool, who laid once tbst she oould slwsys tell in the rooming whet kind oí weather tbey were going tu heve in the afternoon; that if it ruined in the morniig tbe weather would be olear in the afternoon, and vie® veree. Now, enoh is the case with u*, or nesrly eo, for we are having rain alrooat daily, which la gr< eiy to the advantage of the ho i wcrin which already ia playing havoc with the top crop, and we f-ar if it oontin-o* to rein tKey wil' con- | l* e!y ruin the cotton. Tbe cotton seed buyera are ha^. ing sotte lively time* juat now, and tbe wey they cut atd sk-b pricee tickles the ftrmer ell over. We have four cotton seed huy- ere et thie place namely, Uliffln Lyon{ Keeee end Krohne, all oí whom ar « hustler*. The daily rtceipta are all the wey from 10 froot pot on hie store hooee which will edd greatly to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

¡SJRT ■, ' THt GUIOtltO 3 TA* ñ ■■ r h ■ ■ ■ ' « Sitífo-. ''Hallo, Lanty Mom! You corno on a man mons'ous quick an' quiet, boy. Tbat'a kind o' danger* worn , too, savin' it's mo standin' on guard of tbat path. The tall mountsineer tetbia rifle M the ground, while be wstched Lanty Mose cross tbe creek by a foot-bridge formed by the conven- ient fall of a great tree. "What brings you th:s way when you know it'a forbid (o you?" he Mked. aa the boy came nearer. *'1 killed this last wild turkey above here, and tbe bridge ia tbe shortest way borne, but I won't bide a minute, I promised Unele Abram I wouldn't," replied Lanty, without pausing. It seemed an innocent and in- Titing epot; but blue emoke ourled mod wreathed itself into a fleecy canopy above an immense copper kettle and tubs of "mash,'' half hidden in the bruch. The hollow branch of a tree, with a natural carve, served aa a mammoth •pout, and gave the j lace much more the aspect cf a picturesque encampment than tbe "free still''...

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