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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

mm wwwwwwww ?r i? nn A. F. GRABOW, DEALER IN Groceries and Implements! .... A LSO Birdsell Wagons. Barb Wire. Hardware, Tinware. Etc. CALDWELL, TEXAS. IMLIftG Of IH* RAbSIMIi. in • Brutal Manner While Kant Friday afternoon, Or to-! bcr 2* , Deputy Sheriff Jim Kags- dale came riding into town with a negro, Edfiuvton, on a hor*e in frontof him, secured by a rope around his neck, The\ pro- cecdcd direct t<> the jail, where the negro wan locked up, and then there «as considerable in- citement and stirring about <>v those who were curious to find out the cause of the* c unusual proceedings. It soon developed that Dan N. Kagsdale bad been killed on his ranch. ten miles east of town, early that morning, and that the negro who was brought in had figured as the one doing the killing. Justice Smith, of this precinct, held an inquest at, the place of the killing Friday afternoon and at night, and the examining trial of the negro, l uv- ton, who hail been arrested, was held in the j...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

--Yule Was Foroad To Retreat—A "Strategic Movement" V It CM.IEI, MIT IE MMMKI aM^IMItlM u4 K?HMM OIMMM ud IMiMlM— KucImmI ('repartas AftlMl Port Klun-Vsllir ford to Hmi oo Most Prltfay—Tkroo LHUo CblMiw London, Oct. 80.—'The colonial effico has received a eablegram stat- ing tltfit President Steyn of the Or- ange Free State has issued a proc- lamation annexing the part of Cape Colony north of the Vaal riter. This means Griquiland west and Bcchu- anadand and is apparently in con- tequencc of the Freo State forces having seized the railway and all ■tations north of Kiml>erly except Mafeking, unless Mafeking has iallen since the last news from there which is a week old. J *"w * | London, Oct. '¿tí.—It is rumored at Plymouth that the admiralty is about to mobilize a reserve fleet in home ports and that this and other naval undertakings are due to the intention of Hussia to seize a port en the Persian gulf. London, Oct. 26.—A telegram from Dclagoa bay says a man who has just arrived t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

W Ww^^B# Washington, D. C., Oct. 33. goitoni N * ws-Chnon iclk: Mr. McKinley found, when he returned from hi# tttumping trip 0f mile*, more ¡adiffnation amonif the government «mployeN than ha« ciliated since the Gar- field campaign, when Jay Hubbeli and l)or ey, of «tar route notori- ety, held up the federal employe** and forced campaign contribu- tions under threats of dismissal. The reason is the circular letter mmmmm Si4i U9RB ■SSBHBBESn ssssssssssssssss 559B&EE55 5SS55 member, ia expected to meet in WaMfcingtoii early next month to prepare ita report, and he will have to attend the meeting*. In addition to presenting Rear Admiral Schley with a handsome jeweled sword, the Royal Arcana, of which Admiral Schley is a member, has presented Mrs. Schley with a beautiful silver cup, inscribed, «Presented to Mra. W. S. Schley by ihe Royal Arcana, 18W. The presentation took ent out by boss Hanna's Ohio • P,iiCe al th« hotel in which Admi- committee,asking federal officials , ral Hewey...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

YOUR FACE TO THK LIGHT. •n the Jlrat fluah of morn. Nature'* alum • tara eurprlaing, Uplift the dark veil from the brow of the night; When Mie day atar lllumltiAa the caat at hla rial ;i ti, ' The wakening world thrll!* anew with de- light; And the Spirit of Birth O'er the quickening earth. Krom the summit'* bright glow To the foothill below, , Btira Nature' great heart with tta light. .SHough It be but a rift in the storm-clouda uround you; The gleam of a atar in the darkneaa of nlKtu; Or the ray from a hope which In paaalng haa found you; i The aoft afterglow of the yeara in their flight; Though It be but a thought Which a sunbeam haa caught; | Or a *mllc, undeilled. In the eyta of a child, Tat turn your face to Ua light. •-Beatrice Marlowe, In Womun'a Home Companion. SEEING THE TOWN. MY KKV\KTT P. HAIIRli. "It's a great city," said Atkinson's wife's newly arrived cousin from St. Clair county, looking about him in an awestruck way as lie and Atkin- son came out of the railway stat...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

Hti INNINQ. ^ M, hit-tand'n growln' bl«ver In" I'm walkln' rather prouC i ?wl I cut •uma In the Hurly-burly crowd. No more the politician Overlook rat an' «oca pait I'm a man of aom* position, For !'*• *>-"t a vote to caat. I am hearln' with attention An' with gravity j.rnfi.und All tlif word oí l'"t «11 «"iialon Which are beta' i a < il around. My sialic la mudi aeverer Tlian It aeemed to l*i when lait I urvcyed it In the mirror. •Cumi I've not a vote to chL fur hour through their |wr ti loa« Mko a alient JmJfce I've Ml. I'll n.lmlt there «re ocea. Ion When 1 don't Know where I'm at. lint I ee of hlulT o many That I'd hate to l«o outi lanned, Mine I Je t *• Kood a any; An' I've got a vote to cast. —Washington Htar. TOUEI BY A MOO.SK. An Exciting Adventure on Water and Land in Quebec. Sume cMmortlinary «.lories of ml- venture" with f.ri:int n,<" • in New Hrun*«itk nml .Main * have appeared in print, hut none that for interest ran r\c. ei! the r- <« ru < \pericm • oí a...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 October 1899

miñ\ ifcuil * 0 1 > o o 4 i o o o o o o Ml the Fifteenth oí Next Month \Yc will move into our new store, which will be the largest and most complete, up-to-date grocery establishment in this part of the state, with a floor space of 37x100 feet, upper deck and cellar 40x100 feet, with eleva- tor running from cellar to upi>cr deck. We expect to fill cellar, floor and upper deck full to the brim with Al groceries and will sell same at lowest prices. We invite you to come to see us now in our small house, but espe- cially to come when we move into our up-to-date new house. Low prices, a full line of goods and polite treatment, we think will bring you again. we want your Business and will Keep the Goods to Meet your Demands. Please Remember This. flow are These Prices to Begin With Now? o o i'f jrfm Wf S. C. Bacon, in 100 Ib lots, $6.65. 50 lb Sack Fine Salt, 30^. 100 lb Sack Fine Salt, 50^. 200 lb Sack Fine Salt, 95^. Time Saver Soap, 100 Bars per Box $1.85. Standard Ball Lye, Lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

m' TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FAKlllBRB AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. "ÍEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899. NO. 24. rnmm &rom Our ¿Rural Staff. NNUMll. Hookkkvm.i.K, Tex., Oct. 30. EniTOKS N*w -Cm osnci.«: Messrs. Oscar Sheffield and J. C'arr. from near Cameron, visited old friends and made new ones in our neighborhood last week. who has Prof, Enoch Dunn commenccd his school in the Lone Pine neigh- borhood Monday. C. G. Thorpe left last week for Kentucky; and it is alleged will return in a few weeks with a bride. hmes Humes, who has Attorney L. O, Fraim, of Tu- been attending medical college at ni*' «pent Saturday here attend- Nashville, Tenn., is paying bis \ >ng court. brother. Jno. Bumes and family W. H. Thorpe, who liveaintheSix Mile commuaity, has for the past a visit. i . , . • • We sec some marks of im-j two or three weeks been bringing village. T. some very fine watermelons t&l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

if The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. A Last Art. Is it true that family worship it a «lost art in the Christian church? Has it fallen into disuse so far that its observance is the exception and not the rule? Has oldfashioned family prayerceased m this country to such an extent as to call forth earnest words of advice and warning from Dr. Clark, the president of the Inter- national Christian Endeavor con- vention ? Will the time soon come when the knowledge of it will lie in the dim traditions of ihe past, as we read of the olden times when every respectable Christian family kept up the worship of God in the home, while they upheld his public worship and waited upon it in the sanctuary? It is sad to think of the possibility of such a state of things, but the alarm is al- ready sounding and all conscien- tious lovers of Christ and the church should take heed. The voice of the church in its best periods has been in favor of family worship. The altar, with its daily incense,...

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

■f*4 ,,, <► <> it i> i> <► Our New pall Stoc^l O i'f T. :' ' '■•'• ;: 9?' J' ■• , ' ' ' • "' v*m '. *&- l «-v >, «Mitt * ■ tfj/fi&X it A't 0 it it 1 ^ O i't 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, Calicóes, Domestics, Ginghams, Ladies' Capes, Ladies' Shoes: Gents' and Hoys' Clothing, Hats, Boots, 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 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 o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

w?" ■ .1 ■ , BBS--'" I',-1 Hr —C. S. Williams ha about fin iahed grading down bii lot in the western part of town, and it ia in a rery pretty shape. —County court convenes next Monday and the man with any kiad of a grievance will be in evi- dence; district court is to follow aad «the man with the hoe will have an inning. —Some of our town people have been moving about like the yacht Columbia, going to the stores for winter clothing, since the sudden disappearance of summer weath- er. It looks now very much like «sweet summer's gone away to not return soon. —V. T. Pieper, the jeweler, J. H. Alexander and E. Klingbeil, the baker, will all move today from their present headquarters to one apartment of the new Womble building, which is only a short distance down the block from their present stand. —T. V. Murray has this week had the whole front end of his drug store demolished and is hav- ing a glass front put in instead of the old frame work. The front is to be made of the best modern ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

THB CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXA8 NOVEMBER 3, 1899. gfcucational Department. prof. 3. <t. Watts. then gave, 'George Washington, commander of the armies, who, like Joshua of old, commanded the «tun and the moon to stand still, and they stood still.'>—The Pathfinder. Ik* School IrMtM. I'ndcr the above unassuming name arc found hundreds of the most honorable ckwens of our re- public. Honorable because they have very important, far-reach- ¡01f duties to perform; honorable because they usually do them from pure patriotic motives, ex- pecting not one cent of reward for their trouble. On them falls the responsibility of fitting the right teacher to the right school, number of schools, time of holding and supervision aud management of the school, under the higher authority, of ■course. On them toa great ex- tent falls the responsibility of maintaining educational interest, «specially between terms and, se- curing and preserving of school property. Seven years ago they bad p...

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

: Í m >/, B. MIST, JL MtUSION tfBMAN, WNar Catered In thft Caldwell |K*to«ce m i«i<«lMi matter. iMued Every Friday Morning. Caldwell, Texas, Friday, Nov. 3. ABOUT A COTTON FACTORY. We were lately asked by a prominent man of Caldwell (one who has made a record as a friend to the farmers^ to say something in regard to a cotton factory for Caldwell. This is a matter that has received the attention of the papers throughout the state for some time, and a matter that has been vigorously pushed by many of the towns, some achieving hopeful results. We have had nothing to say about a cotton factory here for the simple rea- son that it appeared to us too much like fanning the air or whistling down the wind for us to discuss the question under conditions as they exist now. We know as well as anyone what factories would mean to Texas and what a factory would mean to Caldwell, but we also know that, until something tangible and feasible is presented, en- thusiasm is valueless and talk is a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

ggr-'-rs 1 ■ ' " " "■' ss i 3, t«É = II £ PAYS TRADE HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS WHY. First. You have one of the largest stocks of goods in Central Texas to select from. Second. You get your money's worth and have the satisfaction of knowing that your goods are good and the prices right. Third. This store employs none but 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 of the worry that is often occasioned by the inadequate system in most stores, and makes this a safe and easy store to trade at. Fifth. This store provides for the comforts of its customers and you can find no lower prices nor better Btore service in the state than h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

the caldwell new8-ch1qsicle, calpwell, texas. november 3. tm . EÜ LW "name on kykky pi®cr- LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. All candy is good, some candy is better; but there is only one best. It is Lowney's. We are sole agents in Caldwell for this fa- mous brand and we keep a fresh line always on hand. We also handle a full line of Seward's Chocolates and Bonbons, and famous "Jack ! Frost" Stick candy. Your sweetheart may love you now, and if you feed her on candy she will love you better; but take her a box of Lowney's and she will love you best of all. If jrour wife is your sweetheart (she ought to be if you have one), take her a box and she'll smile sweeter $ Ewhen you come home. Try it and see. $ *«4 Wi444Ml«II til Ü4 444 * * **4 444 «444M• 6fOT GROCERIES. We have purehased the business of the I iunt 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 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

. i éi laAggMiMi •v -J ^.á&ataP w ■ ■' ' Misnen Lillie and Annie Nel- ,00 left Saturday of last week for i visit to Austin. Mr . Dr. Holland, of Brcnham, caine in Wednesday on a viait to her sister, Mra. W. M. Stone. Mra. J. F. Cobb ,eit Monday for San Antonio. She will spend g week or more «teeing the fair and visiting. Sam and John Taylor went Saturday to San Antonio for the purpose of seeing the big fair, returning Monday morning. Judge A. W. Mclver went up last Saturday to Belton to spend , few days with bis wife and daughter, returning Wednesday. Mrs. N. A. McPhaul, of Cole- mau, after a stay of some time at the home of Judge K. < . Banks, returned to ber home Saturday. Mm Lila Collin , who has been kept from the duties of her powi- tion for a week because of nick- oes , is again able to visit the store. Will Broesche, of Burton; H. BnKHche, of Wesley, and John Kindly afford me apace to es* praaa (aa far as worda can ex* press it) my gratification on ac- count of the con...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

■C w?. \ c T> HH'' ,'/♦ « V" /¿k-^•■■f7V". *.--f'*5£)':-,•■ ' ?• tój|; ¡[ H ra K Eg fW" MKIIBRff rMah Do Not UndorsUnd The Bnemy'a Tactiool . Skill Am rUTEl IT UITMMTI-TK IEWLTJ ¿va DlaapRolatiaa to th* r*op>« of .WIM ON tM UNI* Cl - Hejslehee De Me CNlmllw on«tal An*ui kf Omni Wfctt*- Otktr Xawa. London, Nov. 1.—Yesterday's en- gagement at Ladyamith, which, de- spite the rather heavy losses, must be regarded rather as an extended reeonnoissance or skirmish than a battle, seems to make little change in the actual position. It is disap- pointing to the British public as again revealing tactical skill of an unexpectedly high order on the side of the Boers. In addition to the pos- session of a number of heavy guns, the transport of which causes won- derment here, they have available marvelous ability. Unless com- manded by skillful European offi- cers, it is hardly probable that Boer farmers would have assumed a feigned position, as they evidently did, in front of the right colum...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

fVniiutn, Text , November 1 — Audit-* ' Carnegie l «w forwarded to (Ik' X X. I. < luh of thi* city a check for $1?°°- '' ',0 in^elitedneiw of the club «* in ronpon ** to o letter from Mi** Edith Menino, An- drei ' Carnegie 1ia«l forwarded his check for that amount to her to Ira umhI i fmyitijf off thin indebtedness, lie stated in hi * letter that the money was sent to pay off the debt of the eluh to give the free public library « fair «tart. He eUwed by wishing the fnH* library success. The money came a# a straightout ¡¡¡ft without a Mingle condition at- tached. Had rnrtfTja Wlti*«. ( (litado. November t.—Chief De- twtive CVllcran received a telegram fnuu Baltiiiiorc today statin,• that Walter I.. Karnsworth, the confessed hi^uini-' now in jail here, ami who i« wiid to have had forty-two wives, is wanted in that city for marrying four w< men under the name of Stirling Orvilie Thomas. Thin is haul to 1*' hit* real name. A 1*1*11 ton In I in t'nurl. Pari*. Te\«-, Smemher 1. A pe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 November 1899

#1W8HIWB8WÍI r-1* R' | M6M6&6M6* i THIS IS COBB'S, Galdwefl's Greatest Store. *S> 43 C O B B m: y. S C O B B S 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 beat 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 44 hurrah sales,** no catch-penny methods to catch the unwary. This store doesn't g!ve 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 good5 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 go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

7?m TWELVE PJ Caldwell News-Chronicle. kind— wntrjr, We to *ove tb OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1899. NO. 25. S'rom Our ífturat Staff. arc sorry to report, is nick with l#lack jaundice. J. H. Sparks, K. P. Gilchrist, CUY. Clay, Tesa , November 7. KlHTOKS NKWS-CliHONICI.K: We had cold, threatening weather to greet us the first of the week. J. Davis returned from Rock- dale last Friday. Miss Bessie Lee was visiting in Independence Friday evening. (Juite a large crowd attended a dance last night at Dr. Cloud's. A.11 of our chome folks were there; also a number from other places. Those from Independ- ence were: Shepherd and Tom Clay, Charlie Jackson. Hob Clam- j pit. Eldridge O. Rcadon and NOOkERVILU. Hookkmvim.k. Tex.. Nov. \ Kpitoks NKW**CHH«N icI.K: «Out of State friends might NV' R Porter and W- K- German be interested in knowing that ;,re pending county court fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

I. I**' texas, 1 ■ 10. | The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. tim Mutineer ia the Church. Ian McLaren, in a recent issue of the Ladies' Home Journal, has a very strong article with the above heading. While there is no such character in the church of which I am pastor, I publish a part of his article for the benefit of some church and pastor that may be less fortunate: It takes all kinds of people to make a world, and it takes almost as many kinds to make a congre- gation, but it is not necessary for congregational completeness to possess a mutineer. By a muti- neer one means a person we can easily identify, and at whose hands most congregations have sometimes suffered. The mutineer is an able-bodied only a single individual, there is no end to the mischief this man can do. For one thing, he will gravely affect the preacher, and that in ways which the congre- gation can hardly imagine. No preacher who is worth the name writes his sermons withoutrcfer- ence to his congregatio...

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