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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

iíimti—-jan men for profitable station ÍI life, but an education, however prac- tical and thorough, ¡a not all that a young man needs in order to be assured of success. The time in at hand when each aspirant for a paying position has to serve an apprenticeship and come directly in contact with what he ia expect* ed to do; and this is the best. A man docs not know the dignity of a situation or profession, nor ia he able to enter into any kind of work with his whole heart and energies until he has bccome fa* miliar with that work. Elabo- rating on this idea, the Raleigh Observer says: «The chief need of the youth oí ilk. «V everyday life lo the roost i >0'' y training in manufactur- ibHtruHC problem of raetaphva- i ' * Pur"uil"' The ch001 0<1 i (My. what bi* word !) Nor I «Hecate education of today ia ¡S thin license to be assumed be-! ril^h, ,ar «• • *<*"' The cause of fitness to discuss such a graduate of 21, however, is large- ranirc of subjects, on the same 1 >>' wi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 October 1899

•;*?v ¡HIS IS COBB'S Store. 1 Rl1' IT PAYS to TRADE at COBB'S, CALDWELL'S MOST PROGRESSIVE STORE. The store that is never satisfied with present records in sales, but works with a determination to heat any past record and it does it. The big gains in sales that this store makes every year is evidence that its patrons are pleased people. This store is doing a record-breaking business now, the largest in the history of the business. No chicanery, no " hurrah sales/' no catch-penny methods to catch the unwary. This store doesn't give a prize with every so 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 goods 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 prize stores always pays dearly for the prizes. This Store has ever S50.000 in...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

« ■ - W;ÍV W.Jsft i/J TWENTY-POUR PAQES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS ANO WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899. NO. 23. I 1 I It Pays to Trade at COBB'S, Caldwell's Greatest Store. Read His Ads on Pates 12 and 13. You can save money by buying Groceries and Confectioneries from HUNT & JOINER, CALDWELL, TEXAS. Read Our Big Ad on Page 9. te-'9 '*-=~ OUR TOWN AND COUNTY. THEIR NATURAL ADVANTAGES AND LEADING BUSINESS INTERESTS BRIEFLY TOLD. Some Excellent Reasons Why the People of This Section 5hould Trade at Cald- well--Burleson County's Smaller Towns and Farming Sections--Caldwell as a Market. Anything like a larofullv detailed write-up of Burleson countv, or oven Caldwell. could not be given without extended investigation and a ^reat amount of time; however, it is mir purpose to present in an aveníate and eoneise form as possible, considering the short time in which we have...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

m: f - Hp.i ¿7;' É? The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. ¡ S«HiahMM, Duty, Um. Some years since a youngf man went to Leadville, Colorado, to make his fortune in the silver mines. After a short time he married, and all went well for fourteen years; for while he did not make his fortune, he was able to earn an honest and com- fortable living in the mines. But in the panic of 1893, the mines closed down and he was thrown out of work. Ckraded by the sight of his wife and children in want, he undertook to cross the range of mountains, hoping to find work on the other side. When days and days had passed without tidings from him, his twelve-year-old son said: «I am going over to the range to seek for my father. After many days of painful search, the fath- er was found in a trapper's hut. On the return to Leadville it be- came necessary to ampu- tate the father's feet, as the re- sult of the exposure, and the brave son died of rheumatism, caused in the same way. We have here illust...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

' a; '!$$■ müL mJkm - *£■ I IMNÉBMMIÉ MMNMÉI ■ . "W—lliligWHiifciMI I 1^11Mtn fililí ' II «'«ÍmWMMuÍU*. jgbucatíonal Department. *t prof. 3. C. TOatte. Co-OperatlM • Help in ScbMl DiuipÜM. When, to H«h British soldiers, ¡ k«rd Nelson uttered these famous, word , «Kngland expects that! every man will do hi* duty, he ¡ showed a much better knowledge o! human nature than many a; school teacher who, like a tyrant, expect* to rule. NeUtrtt made each man feel that his country's honor depended upon his brav- crv. and the result o4 the con- flict shows how that sentiment heii ed to win the victory. Too many young teachers are so imbued with their greatness that they situpo« their rustrum* like a king upon his throne, ex* petting to rule without other right than the power the position gives. ( onId she realize how much greater interest to a child is «our school* than «hers «our plans than «hers, she would put the children into «her school and «bel* plans, and make tbeui be- come «our*. She w...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

MMm The editor of the Waco Time*- Herald sometimes stops hia per- aistent hammering for a Greater Waco long enough to do a little philosophic sermonizing, which shows a wonderful sympathy for human kind, and evidences a broad heart and a good mind. Under the above head the Times- Herald says: «No sympathy, no benevolence ¡a practical or does much good, unless it is real, personal and un- affected. Most of the good that is done to the poor, the outcast, and the criminal, is done by per- sonal contact. Who is their neigh- bor? He is not the man who «pends his time praying for them in sequestered cloister, or sits in a well-appointed library writing books on social economy. Nor yet is he the man who appends his name to a generous check in be- 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 visitor. Zeigler's \\ inter \ovelties in Fashionable Footwear will arrive to- day and will...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

EppMN ^EKkaÚM^^Sl^Mt^É STONE & HITCHCOCK, THE DKl'CHilSTS. We have recently moved into our new store located on the old Hitchcock corner. Our location is much better than at the old store. The house is larger, we have a larger stock, and are constantly increasing it. We have received many compliments on our new store, its finish and arrangement, and the large stock we carry. It is our purpose to have a first-class drug store—one that Burleson county may be proud of—and we think we have it. Before leaving our old stand we let our stock run down so that we might have as small a stock as possible to move. We have since been adding new stock until we now have a larger and more complete stock of drugs, medicines, druggists' sundries, etc., than we have ever carried. Our stock is now complete in all departments. Our business lias increased, but we art- prepared to do a still larger business. Are you one of our customers? If you are not, we want an opportunity to prove to you that It w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

ip I I i A.-' ■ 8 Br il Kfc.v ( Continue J from Page Six.) than amply sufficient—a irvel and the envy of others. Even during the hot summer months the stock troughs scatter- ed over town were overrunning, stock were bountifully supplied, and every demand of the people §f the town was met Ever since July 9, 1899, when water was fetched by the drill in the arte- sian well, the stream of 500,000 gallons per day has not changed in force or flavor—unless it was lor the better—but continues to fttsh up from the hidden reser- voirs of mother earth. For something like eight years Cald- well has bad a system of water- works, but it was wholly inade- quate until the works were leased, and the lessee, T. A. Hudson, succeeded in getting a marvelous flow of artesian wa- ter, at a depth of only about 170 feet. Hydrants, pipes and mains have been put in in many parts of the town, and this al- most matchless fountain of water has added immeasurably to the convenience and comfort of the town. This w...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

t o o o The United States Is the greatest nation on the («lobe. <► 1 Texas Is the largest and best State in the Inited States. Burleson County Is by far the l>est County for all purposes in Texas. Caldwell Is the best trading point w ithin twenty miles of the county line. h|ERBST «5 WlNDhAUSEN, Is the safest, best and most reliable place to trade when you como to CALDWELL, TEX0S. PEOPLE YOU KNOW. ¿. n r." ti ,'t n ir ,í> n IX' Kd i lank* * pe n t this week in Bastrop county. Attorney A. K. Havis paid a abort business trip to Itrenham Wed nesday. Little Miss Carrie <ir.iv wont up lust Saturday to visit in Mi- lano, returning Monday. M as Joe Rowland left the lat- ter part of last work for an in- tended visit at Tombstone. At i- jtonn. Dr. J. 11, ,'en .'Hh t'-vK a b''s n. - * trip to Hi en! am '1 hursday returning u it!-; • attending t e com ention. á ÍI c r a s' y of ne vera I w c c 1% s among relatives and friends in Houston, Mish Jessie Wom.ick returned home Thursdav mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

Is the Cheapest Store In Caldwell and tor Many Miles Around It. years Womble A Mc Arthur have J Whv can wo sell cheaper than any other house? 1. I have my own «tore and have no house rent to paw 2. I do the work with the help ol ray own family and have no clerk hire to pav. 3. I buy for cash and get the cash discounts. 4. I only sell for cash, and therefore |o«c nothing- on bad collections; don't you see? Now, I have most everything you need, and here I will give you a few prices: Boys' clothing, 2-piece suits, from $1 to $3 suit. Boys' 3-piece suits, from $2 to $4 suit. Men's suit-!, from $3.50 to $10 suit. Overcoats, from S4 to S8 each. woolen shirts and drawers, from I Window shades, 15c, .Vic and 20c to $1. j 35c apiece. Ladies' underwear of all kinds ! Lace, from 2c to 50c yard, and prices. ¡ Km broidery, from 2 Vic to 2*>c Boys'wool hats from 18c to 75c.! yard. Men's wool hats, from 85c to Trunks, from SI.so to $« . Everyday men's working pants from 50c to SI.25. $3.50. Men...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

vi '' ' i •' :. thb caldwell lLDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER #, lm m " ' %. Á fitmmi (i t itiiiiiiifittwi i "NAME ON kvkhy PIKCL •• LOWNEVS Chocolate Bonbons. All candy is good, «orne candy is better; hut there is only <>ne best. It is Lowney's. We are sole agents in Caldwell for this fa- mous brand and we keep a fresh line always on band. We also handle a full line of Seward's Chocolates and Ronbons, and famous "Jack Frost" Stick candy. Your sweetheart may love you now, and if you feed lu-r on candy she will love you better; but take her a box of Lowney's and sin* will low you best of all. If your wife is your sweetheart (she ought to Ik- if you have one), take her a box and she'll smile sweeter \ when you come home. Try :* and see. 6HEAF GROCERIES. We have purchased the business of the I lunt Grocery Co., and we're going to sell groceries at prices that will make the neighboring towns acknowledge that it pays to trade, at Caldwell. We notice a paper in an adjoining town said they al...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

tm- 1 '/rom ñtgt Eight.) and kind, and are daily th« demands of tbeir with new, costly supplies, furniture house has a repu- am wide as the county, and it ia evident that the confidence of ita customers has not been miaplaced. Messrs Riley and Saook are among: the best known and well-thought-of citizen of the town, the latter being our obliging and esteemed post- master. jMikia A JMUM. Messrs. Jenkins & Jenkins have for many years been lead- ing citizens of Caldwell, and have for a longtime been in the lum- ber business here. They are among the most substantial men of the town, are full of enterpris- ing spirit, and have always con- tributed liberally to promote the interests of the town and the county in general. They carry a very carefully assorted and high grade stock of lumber, and for years have had a strong and reliable trade, having practically, until within the last two or three years, supplied all the lumber for the county. They also carry in atock all the best wagons i...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

resident pbyaidan; Wm. McMan- nuaia our blackamith and tanner, and Wm. Albright and Ja . Will- iam are our carpentera. In educational lines our prairie is divided. The south half be* longs to the Porter's Prairie community school, and 1 leave that part of it to the ever-vigilant «Tim. The northern part i united with Kdward's Prairie, in school district No. 1 of Burleson county. The greater part of three little communities is now embraced within its limits. Its school bouse. Midway, lies in a strip of timber midway between the prairies. In it is a regularly organized seven-grade school, en- rolling about 101 and taught by two teachers, J. C. Watts and Miss Kmma Milliard. Messrs. S. W. Milliard, W. W. Arnold and E. P. Arnold are its trustees. A small gin, owned by W. W. Ar- nold and located near the school house, does its share of lint-pull- ing every busy season. The fact that a greater number of the heads of families are com- municants of some church, and that our people have thrown...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

THIS IS COBB'S, GakhvelPs Greatest Store. C O B B S C O B B S IT PAYS to TRADE at COBB'S, CALDWELL'S MOST PROGRESSIVE STORE. STAPLE DRY GOODS. Riverside Shirting Print , 3f. American •' " 4 if. Norfolk Figured Oil Red do., 4?. Royal and Ceylon Indigo Blue do., 4(. Belmont Pre* Style* do., 4f. Garner and Hamilton Oil Red do., American. Merrimac and Simpaon In- digo Hhi' do., 5(f. Simpson Silver Grey , Black* and White.* do., 5#. Windsor Epitanta do., 5f. Washington figured oil colors do.. Standard Solid Oil Color*, do., Slater Cambric Lining , 4$. 1 Case Atno*keag and Blue Ribbon Checked Gingham*. 5^. Dre** Style Gingham*. 5, 8'( and 10^. 5 Ba", • 22-inch Arlington Plaids, *'•#. 5 Bal< - 2A inch Tartan Plaids. 4f. 2 Bale- 27-inch Olympia Plaid . 5?. 2 Bal' -• 27-ineh Riverside Plaid . 1 Bale 2' -inch Palmer Cheviot. 5<f. 1 Bait* 2'< i: 1 ch Eclipse Cheviot, 7ff. 1 Bale 2'"-inch Tacoma Cheviot. 8' (f. Bombay Indigo Twill Extra Heavy lOfT. Missouri Stripe Hickory. 5?. Hamilton...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS WHY. First. Second. You have one of the largest stocks of goods in Central Texas to select from. '* Tl,u 3'0ur money's worth and have the satisfaction of knowing that your goods are good and the prices right. Third. This store employs none hut polite and attentive salespeople, and they are under an imperative rule to not try to per- suade customers against their inclinations, and cause them to buy something they might become dissatisfied with. The policy of this store is to satisfy its customers as near as possible. Fourth. The security against errors either for or against you, by the perfect system that this store has, relieves one's mind perfectly justified in saying that don't you think IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. aoc (*ur Shoe Department is a regular shoe store within itself, the largest department in our big store Oni/vS# and one of the largest within a radius of one hundred miles of Caldwell. The prices on shoes have ad...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

■UVA JOMCR I . MJ8T, JA| MISTO* COMAN, £éUmr ■•tared la the Caldwell poetoBoe u eo —< das matter Issued Every Friday Moraine Oct. 27. Caldwell, Tena , Friday NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I Era II Owing to my fast failing eye- sight I have been forced to per- manently abandon the newspaper and printing business, and on and after this date Mr. Rust will have sole and entire charge and management of the business heretofore conducted by Rust & Joiner, the proprietorship re* maining for the present tiiesame. In thus retiring from the active management of the News-Chron- icle I desire to express my most hearty appreciation of the many courtesies which have been ex- tended us since we came among you cstrangersina strange land, and of the many kind words and hearty encouragement given us in our efforts to give Caldwell the best paper of any town of her size in the south, and it is in a great measure due to the hearty co-op- eration of the progressive busi- ness men that we have achieved wha...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

HLiSL!rfc ' ' r Reeves & tf) s & « & 41 4) tf) 4S 4© « BANKERS, CALDWELL, TEXAS. Transacts a general banking business. Exchange bought and sold. Collec- tions made on any part of the world. Offers to depositors every facility their balances, business and responsibility will warrant. Careful and skillful attention given to any and all business that may be in- trusted to our care. Caldwell Oil Mill Company, | r-~ ... Manufacturers of all kinds of... COTTON SEED PRODUCTS. Bring your seed direct to the mill where you will always get the highest price for it. Try exchanging seed for nieal and hulls. It will pay you. Did you ever try roughing your stock cattle through the winter on crushed cotton seed cake. Try a few hundred pounds and see if one hundred pounds of cake is not equal to three hundred pounds of seed. If so it will cost you but little over half as much to feed your cattle on crushed cake as it does on seed at present prices. REnnriBER! You can double your milk and...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

" 1' '4'' * "*■', . Vi '' ' '}■ '• f'm Stories of tb® St rat t. ftttf —«On Again. the latest in the loe of a march and two-step, re- freshingly new but none the less beautiful, is for sale by the Riley- Snook Furniture Co. —A new floor has been put on the iron bridgeacross Davidson'« •reck near the artesian well, and some other repairs' are being made on it. We are informed that this is the first repairing done on this bridge for about eighteen years. —The fourth quarterly con- ference for this charge will be leld at the Methodist church Monday morning, 30th, at 10 «'clock, and Rev. E. W. Solomon, presiding elder for this district, will preach Sunday morning, the 29th. A full attendance of the membership is urged at both of these meetings, and all are cor- dially invited to be present. —As a result of the little feel- ing of prosperity many farmers have come into town during the last few weeks and invested mon- ey in mules that have been here lor sale. This is a very hopeful sign an...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

H933EH ..mn Our New pall Stocl^l < >tir immense fall stock is now in, and we want everybody, big, little, old and young, rich and poor, to come to our store and sec our mammoth new stock of Dry (ioods, Dress Goods, Calicoes, Domestics, Ginghams, Ladies' Capes, I.adies' Shoes; C.cnts' and Boys* Clothing, Hats, 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 'em too. We want to sell you some < f them, and know you will appreciate the money you can save by purchasing from us. ^ ou are getting a good price for cotton now, but if you spend your money with us you'll get a good deal more, liecause your money will go a great deal further. Come and see our big stock, cind 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 anywhere in the county. Come to our st...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

huh njK of (ib. VmI tad Inflamed Eyes PreqienUy iht Causa of Haadacbas. IUSSES MAYBE DISPENSED WITH %mm Vataabfe mmiIm Cm d the Slgkt.fcy tlM Noted Special :t. Or. W.L SeyMMr-AtfvaataQU af Uaaiej la f arty Ufe. Much haa been aald and written upon the hygiene of the body, of hab- itation*, of the school, factory, and dwelling, and we have many treatises on the care of the sick, on drainage, water supplies and fliterationa, all of which is intended to add to the gener- al knowledge of preventive medicine and there can be no question of the de- airabillty of a wide dlffuaion of intel- ligence on these mattera. It ia obvl- oua, however, that if the public mind had a more inteligent comprehension of the value of eyesight, the cauae of many eye troubles and the beat means by which they might be counteracted, it would aid in the real groundwork of our general health. The eyes, sustaining, aa they do, auch close relations with aome of the most important organs of the body, not only by conti...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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