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

THB CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLF, CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 10, 1899. ideational Department. ? prof. 3. C. Wlatte. 'ylwol Go efWM#t and Discipline. ¡ there might be a few that would Our schools have begun. To be able to follow the teaching and the earnest teacher the question remain obliviouH of surround- 0l ^chool government and disci-' '°ÍTK while the rest would do no iline i* now demanding the great- l?ood. Kven the few would be L attention, for unless a teacher , forced to divide their attention, ¡i successful as a disciplinarian | anU would not be able to make bc"cati hope for but little success .over one-half the progress they as an instructor. So true is tbis ¡ might were conditions different, that among the first questions , Imagine a faithful pupil, striving asked concerning the qualiiica-U0 « enter his attention on a diffi- jjolls ur u teacher it : «Is he a cult problem, having about bim a success in government? or, lot of schoolfellows who do not «What kind of order does helar...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

If Sil Í® I, NMNHHMMMMMM WWW set. I Alilliuf M I ' • i* 11 ncomina I rains Arc all unloading Xcw Goods that go direct to Fagan's Store. I'"rom basement floor to the top ceiling, the building is crowded with meritorious bargains. The world is challenged to match Fagan's Knee Pant Suits for 7.~c, S1.00 and $1.30. Mrs. Fagan will be in the Millinery Department every morning from U to 12 o'clock and will take pleasure in show ing, planning and taking or- ders for Ladies' Hats. JUVENILE SUITS. A double-breasted ?00 pairs Ladies' Don gola Every boy that buys a Wall canvas. 36-inch, 2hf. ?id' °r laCe shoeSt H,ze Knee-Pant Suit at Fagan's pepperrell Bleached Sheet raised ^ *0 «Or* >reasted raised - 1 ¡gets an envelope contain- intr. l8tf. nlnid casimere Knee pnnt ^>uit Líiciics Donijolíi l\i(l. 1 «itcnt' • . • 4 piaiu casimtrt i\na i ani nuu * ing a number that mav \ v- H St- that is just perfectly elegant. * lP< button or lute shin, a x , ^ ' • St, airan - A terv-dnilar purcha>...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

= THR CA wsm JURY LIST, fallowing i* lint of the juror* 'WELL. TEXAS. NOVEMBER M, 4<: ■ mm The Scholastic Honor RoN. In Spelling — Kdwin Gantt, named by the jury commission-1Scott Harnett, Natalie Simpson, crs to constitute the grand jury Hallic Hcnslcc, Imogene New- anil the juries lor the several! comb, Verna Wyet, Delia Sutton, wa.|< of the session of the dis-, Ruth Correll, Sallie Burns, Sallie W, C. CarroU, Kerre Morrw j K. (irocc, I). t\ A Word, j. l). Aulrey, Hope, j \v. Burn , Ktzel, Iiessiu McClanahan, Joe Dave Addison, Forrest Hudson, Hubert I'hilp, Kmmett Bell, Amos Hclvcy, Kldredge Stokes, Addie Fermenter, Kverett Car- roll, Porter Scott, Willie Doug- J. K. Thoma*. Sr..) 'a8« Maudie James, Anna Banks, otto Boodckur. Sr., Aline Houston, Cora Sullivan, Jcftoc M 1111*011, trict court which convenes next Monday: Grand Juror*. j |j. McCa*Uud. W. A. Lyon*. John A. Jackson, T. Kraitchar. Kr.. J. W. Wuid, j. J. Philp. j. S. Whatey. II K. Siwcniab. jiat tirccu, j. J. Morgan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

- <0^V!ÍÍ1É¿'- Í M mBMMPHHPHI . Be it' ¡fe V COCXTV mUTiCS, — WHAT IS THE f.AW/ MEWS-CHRONICLE.! — jn saving here what we have to Much ha been «aid «nil will ten in A JOMFJI. • • - • Proprietor®. Mnv about county politics, it is to; "PP« rt of a just libel law. It does 1 0. It SI. JB.. Bootoeofc M-«a er. ¡ he d¡||tinctJv understood that we uot >P« r that iVxa U bdallyd. v„u ft. HOLSIO\ GfRtHt, Iditor and Reporter. • of protection to the publu' press Ar- are not directly discussing Hurle- , t|c|e r4l lV(la, c,, ,c of the state of sott county 1 I i tics. The politics Tex a , rea.!*: clt i* no libel to publish of this counts are to be thorough- any Statement ret|KCtii)|; any legis- ly dealt witil in due course of l tive or judicial proceeding , whether time, but at the present it is the political regime existing in all the counties of Texas, more or Katervd In tlic OaldweN ix> t >IHce a oad-cla*k matter. Imtued Every Krtdnv Morning. SiibKrlption Rates. Om Yesr Sli Months Po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

<5 <■ w 3 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS WHY. hirst. You have one of the largest stocks of goods in Central Texas to select from. Second. ^ \ou get your money's worth and have the satisfaction < f 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 of the worry that i.« often occasioned by the inadequate system in most stores, and makes this a safe and easy store to trade at. Fifth. This st ore provides for the comforts of its customers and you can find no lower prices nor better store service in the state than he...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

¿; THE CALDWELL É !. CALI !íl W> «n rilTIAII nmmilfl p<0*e t^et, including a majority «I r rPTHlN DrlUDNX ^legialatnre. Chairman Dick had LLLUllUIl nUUIlllU. before the election claimed the olee- _ , tion of the entire ticket by at least .*.0.000 plurality. Judge Nash waa receiving the con- gratulation o f his friends at the hotel tonight. He said: "1 claim my election now bv at least 30,000, but mil too much engag <1 to give a statement of the causes or to analvag ~ the results to the press." The bands a,....i. and oluba are out turonadiiig him. Partial Figures Indicate The Re- publicans to Have the Victories mmmmmmmmaammmrn MTN If TIE PARTIES CUIN KENTUCKY Ohio—Marylaad to Df wornllv - Th« Nfbnwk* raslMtou Wta-Xtw Vorh tíoM Ktimbllrtn-Dtiinocniilt . Mayor Wla la San Frani lnco. Detroit, Mich., Nov. —Mayer Mcyburv (democrat) wag re-elect- ed for a third term by 0957 ma- jority. fity Treasurer Thompson Baltimore, Mdi, Nov. 9.—Returns from both the city and state have been v...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

TEXAS, NOVEMBER 10, 1899. «MM* * >W J «MVWW- ¡PEOPLE YOU KNOW PgH «i r-'UVEWMS KMMMWffMPW jira \V«,od *Pent Sunday visit- ing old friends in Milano. j c Murray, of Lyonn, was „ccn in the metropolis Monday. John NewnoiDCt of the lira/o* bottom, is in attendance upon the court this we®k. Mrs. T. H. Skrabanek and babv are visiting relatives at Temple this week. Attorney T. J. Carter, of Ly- on , has been attending to some business in court here this week. T. H, Skrabanek and family at- tended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J- Krizan, t f Cameron, last Mondas'. Hcnrv Lackey, after staying ¡n Austin for five months or more, returned home Tuesday anil will remain for a while. Joe Hippie took a run down to a severe spell of slow fever. He was reported to be very seriously ill this week. Mrs. B. F. Delamater and lit- tle girl went up to Milano Friday to join a party going to the San Antonio fair. After Hpending two day at the fair, they return- ed home Monday. W. C. Lott, brother of Mrs. A....

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

THE CALDWELL NEW8-CHKONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 10, 189°, W4SMNST0M NÍWS LEI IIS. Washington, D. C., Not. 6. Editors Nkws-Chkoniclb: Mr. McKinlev has played bis last card in hi effort to prevent Ohio going* democratic, and he is by no means confident of its win- ning. Finding that the Philip- pine commission was not likely to get out its preliminary report, on the hints given to its members, in time to influence the voters, he sent for the members to come to the white bouse, and told them in person to get up a preliminary report at once. The commission- ers had not been out of the white house an hour before the press was furnished semi-ofticiallv with a statement saying that this pre- liminary report would be a thor- ough indorsement of the admin- istration's Philippine policy from A to Z. and that it would recom- mend the permanent retention of the Philippines by the United States. In short, the Philippine commission is going to report what Mr. McKinlev wishes them to report...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

CALDWEL1 TheG—^Tfc—Cowing. Tí** l,'arn1 a,ld Kanch' The pessimist thinks the world becoming worse all the time, 'od that men are bad beyond re- Jcmption, their minds occupied •th evil and that continually. fi,is is all wrong, whether the re- sult of a disordered liver or a per- verted imagination. The world was never ho good a place to live in as it is now* Nation were we apeak shall render the race less prolific. Just as the com* forts of life increase and educa- tion and intelligence take the place of ignorance, sensuality will decrease; the human mind, preoccupied with moral and in- tellectual pursuits, will devote less time and substance to the multiplication of the species. This conflicts with the theory of Nlalthus, it it* tr■ # , but all his proofs were deriv J from h'stcry, omccTosY or orncms. HTATK OFFICER*. Governor Jo*. L>. Bayer Lieutenant Governor. .J. N. Drowning Comptroller R. W. Kinley Attorney General Thus. S. Smith Land Commissioner.. .Geo. W. Finger Treasurer J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 November 1899

. BOB . THE CALDWELL THIS IS COBB'S, Caldwell's Greatest Store. | C O B B 4S -SS s c o B B 3* St s* St Si St s IT PAYS to TRADE at COBB'S, f & 4S -5© *$ 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 mak *s 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 chicaners no "hurrah sales/' no catch-penny methods to catch the unwary. This store doesn't give a pri/e w ith every so mam 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 pri/e store. Remember this: The fellow who...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

" Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XX. OUR aim 18 the ureatr8t benefit to the farmers and working people of burleson county. —, , | n • — , ;i„ . , CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1899. NO. 26. * 3>rom Our ¡Rural Staff. I VOLNEY. ********* RIIA. VoLNKY, Ttxt*. November U. Kita, Texas. November 10. Edito** Nkws-Chkokiclk: : Eoitohs Nkws-Chbonicj.h: The reason ye pencil pusher Ah our very progressive little waH absent from the Nkws- community has not been repre CifKosici.i the past few weeks, is sented by a correspondent for duo to the illness of himself. As some time, I assume that role the measles had captured nearly and will send in a few items from every one in the community, we here this week. bad to be in style, and for the A few days ago we received the two weeks ve scribe lias sad nos of the death of Jack been struggling heroically with Dunn, a young man who lived in the prevalent disease. Would our community this year, but re haw written up a descriptio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

wmmmmmhmhmm ¡«•«raw EVrY The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. I i I j WW A Defense of the Sundd* School. The indifference of parents and (frown people generally to our Sunday school work is very discouraging to those upon whose hearts and hands this work has been laid. I give below some strong words from a recent num- ber of the Baptist Teacher, which 1 hope may be blessed of liod to quicken a deeper interest in this work upon the part of liod's people: Not a great while ago a promi- nent minister took occasion, on a public platform, to declare his conviction that if the modern Sunday school were not an inven- tion of the Evil One, it had at least been made to serve his pur- poses marvelously well. And passing then from the general to the particular, ho proceeded to show, or undertook to show, how Sunday school instruction had superseded the parental, and children in the most susceptible period of their lives in the matter of the religious molding of their characters were d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THK CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXA8, NOVEMBER 17, 1819. ideational Department. ? Prof. 3. C. Watte. School Go «wiHwit and Discipline, logical contention and partial (CoHtiutHii,) | biblical doubt, yet a lover of na- I'nlcss the teacher ha a love ture, a doer of good, a typical moral man yea. What greater aim in teaching could the moral teacher have than attempting to raise the lowest strata of his school? The parents of bright, good pupils will say: «We raised our children right. The teach- er is left out. Liut if the teacher takes the pupil with all unfavora- ble environments, studies him and linds one or more good quali- ties in him (he always has one;, (or the advancement of his pu- pil*, young and old, rich and poor, large and small, bright and dull, it will be a diflicult task to main- tain order; the rod will be a nec- essary piece of achool furniture, and in about nine cases out of ten that teacher should seek other employment. We hear from many teachers the expressi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

:rM ,¡ .jatffi >'iV"r P #« Stories of tb« Street. —A man was on the streets this week with severa! opossums in a box. Sambo can tell the rest. —A. Cm. Jenkins has this week- corn pleted a larg'e, neat and con- venient barn, which is a valuable addition to his premises. lL—11 illW^tWWIWlÉMWWfciÉiWlil IAÉIIMHMMNMm JSBk ÉÉÉÉÉÉflMMrit Incoming Trains Are all unloading New Goods that go direct to Fagan's Store. From basement floor to the top ceiling, the building is crowded with The bridge across the creek, meritorious bargains. near the artesian well, certainly presents a new and attractive appearance. When you go driv- ing, look at it. —The personnel of the juries afforded by Burleson county in- dicates very clearly that one can The world is challenged to match Fagan's Knee I'ant Suits for 70c. SI.00 and SI.00. Mrs. l agan will be in the Millinery Department every morning from coíít'"«anywhe?*inTe'e" 0 to 12 o'clock and will take pleasure in showing, planning and taking or- ders for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 17, 1899. MSMICT COURT. Judge Kd K. Sinkti and Attor- ney J- Buchannan having ar- rived on the morning train Monday, everything was in readi- ness for the convening of district court. The court was opened about 10 o'clock, and business wa„ immediately begun. , The flr„t business was the impanel- ¡njr of the grand jury, of which j, \Y. Wood was made foreman. Judge Sinks charged the grand jury only in a general way as to their duties and manner of pro- ceeding, but, called special atten- tion to the late rebate law apply- ing to railway companies. Sev- eral bailiffs were appouiliú to do riding for the grand jury, whom Judge Sinks instructed to be prompt and diligent in perform- ing their duties when called ii|K>n. Monday was spent In -etting cases and transacting some busi- ness of minor importance, but Tuesday the mill got down to grinding justice in a business- like way. We shall try to keep as near up with the court a*, we c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

jg£ iC'.'v' m- •. MAT, Jl. •TON SUMAN, («tor Mid Reportar. Ib tbt> Caldwell pnntoSlee km mc- matter. liiued Every Friday Morning. Subscriptloa Rates. OiM 1 ♦Sol Year Month*. . > Monto Month* •t AO TS .V) S Advertíala! Ratea. All advert Mug on «rat page will Ih> cbanrad cent pw Inch atralitht, with uo reduction aw ad* Sir:, Display i ds one Insertion twenty conta Mr inch; two iuaertlon thirty-live cent pü inch: onv month sixty cent per itieh. bocal rate* weven and one-half cent* tier |tac flrat innertton and live ceuU per line *i subsequent insertion. Obituaries, carda of thank* and notice* of eatortainniunt given for religions, edtioa- tloaal or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. IriMal notices of all kind* 11-00 per hundred words first Insertion and 90 cont« per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. NeWS-C'RROVtCua desires a cor res- lent at every postofHce in the county. In exchange wfll furnish thu paper, sta- ery and postage free. Will be pleased to corre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

fá mm IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. REASONS WHY. Sll wor ings, way, L plai $10, ,£t from. • - g. that ypur goods are good and the prices right, "hey are under an imperative rule to not try to per- ^ Jrj ¥iT/v 11 ÍW' Q /ey might become dissatisfied with. The policy of ^ ^ ® ^ct system that this store has, relieves one's mind — - lakes this a safe and easy store to trade at. supplement. d no lower prices nor better store service in the VOL. XX. A Lame txcuse. I'ALDWKLL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FR1DAU think BBS. The Teadwri rrjrty-year-old man, as there is but one price to all. rjau think we are perfectly justified in saying that our imperialists in their crimc M¡%«i ipp¡ Valley Democrat. against the Filipinos; and the British Premier Chamberlain moral and P*lriot'C influences of says America went to war to pro the two nalions wí yet compel tect an alien people, while Knr ¡ *bete peoPle to deMÍHt and be (andróes to war to protect the decer,*,_. rights of her own subjects. He not « surpri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

W* SIMIAN, Iditer «Ml topoftof in tbt Caldwell prtnUifllce m nc matter. laaued Every Friday Morning. Subscrlptloa Rate . year... ths... -jontns Month* II 80 S a Advertisisg Rates. All udvcrtU'.hiron #n.i pn*t« will beoliarmd ttceuts per Inch Htrulirht, with no reduction far lame iuU. Otoplay ucIh one Insertion twenty cent* par fnen; two Insertions thirty-Hve centa pat Inch: on* month sixty ci nta per Inch. Local r Wi si *en and one-half cent* per ltaa first Inner Hon and Ave cent* per una nth subsequent Insertion. Obituario*, cards of thanks and notices of •atertainmeuttt ylveu for religions, educa Mjaa^or charitable purposes at half rejju- Ums> notice# of all kind 11.00 per hundred words first Insertion and 90 cents per hun- arad words ouch subsequent lusurllon. le Niws-Chronici.b desires a corres- lent at every postofflce In the county. In exchatiKe nfll furnish the paper, sti - «■unery and postase free. Will be pleased to correspond with any one on the subject. Caldwell. Texas...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

SI!11 L'ii 'ELL. YWWWWWWWWWWVWWWWMW HERE ARE A PEW OP THE REASONS WHY. & íléct from. -sT First. You have one of the lar est stocks of oods in Central Texas to Second. You j*et 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, anaM&ey are under an imperative rule to not try to per- suade cusfctrtners against their inclinations, and cause, them to buy something they might become dissatisfied with. The policy of this store is to satisfyjks 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. Thi s store provides for the comforts of its customers and you can find no lower prices nor better store service in the state tha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 November 1899

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 17, 1W9. \ ■ R V ■ HIS MDI0 M •«.-4- ———— Russia Wonted a Foothold In a Korean Harbor, But waa Refused by JtfM-TMS HIS ACCEITDÍTEÍ TIE plfftmiiv BfiwWk tk* Two Co««lrt*- - Alliance of CklM Md Japan AMcrted. Out Dla|««eu Keow Móta- las of u-KaMla Will Nooa be Stroager —Other N(«i< London, Nov. 15.—A special dis- patch fnni Shanghai says the dif- ferences between Russia and Japan have been accentuated by Japan s refusal to grant ltussia a foothold on the seafront of Masampo harbor, Korea. Careful inquiries made by this oorreepondent reveals nothing in diplomatic circles here to justify the alarmist view taken by a section of the press regarding the situation in the Far East. That a serious de- nouement is s<> close at hand, a- is indicated by advices from Shanghai during the last twenty-four hours, is regarded as incredible. For long time it ha. Ikcii known here and it was asserted in these dispatches two months ago—that ...

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