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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

T O I* «IIÉwaifa.HHMfatMAialiife.afc ., wlifT HHÉfcflHÉ! Spelling.— Addie Permenter, Everett Carroll, Foreet Hudson, Willie Dougla *. Bettnie McClan- aban, Sallie Burna, Sal lie tiuel, Hallie Heoalee, May Gantt, Kin- nie Stovall, Beaaie Houston, Leon Webb, Velma Wyett, Kuth Cor- rell. Hildegard Herbat, Amoa Helvey, Chastine Murray, Stan- ley Worn ble, Frank Fowler, Leo Worn ble, Karl Murray, Claudie Kusnell, Maudie James, Laura Fowler, Laura Jenkins, Anna Banka, Warren Sullivan, Minnie Vanmeter, Carroll Ray, Alice Mc- Millan, Kate Hundley, Kthel Womble, Helen McMillan, Mabel Parkbill, Hubert Womble, Oliver Womble, Mary Kunkle, Alma Sander . Reading.—Edwin (iantt, (irace Fowler, Stanley Womble. Clint Graham, Addie Permeter, For- est Hudson, Beaaie Houaton, Clara Jannett, Kuth Correll, Kl- dfidge Stoke*, Amoa Helvey, Frank Fowler, Jeff a Simpson, Albert Herbat. Language. - Gardina Struwe, Kva May Levi, Kvcrctt Carroll, Will Ray, Forest Hud on, Kuth Correll, Robert Helvey, Kldridge Sto...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

SSíi THE CALDWELL NEWS- NEWS-CHRONICLE. MtMO. ■ . RUST, JL & MUIOS 6CRM4N. UHer má Catered in thf Caldwell v o to«ce aa aec Mi-claM matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. Subscription RitN. s , Year. .. Month jr Montni> ro Month It M 75 Ml Advertíalas Rate . ÁlVadvcrtUliiKon first page will 1*' charged «tent* per ln< h otralglii. with mo reduction for large ad*. Display ad* one tnwertlon twenty cents Mr Inch: two insertions thirty-** cent* fit inch; one month sixty cent per Inch. Local ratf * seven and one-half cent per llae erst Insertion and Ave cent per line ~i subsequent Insert'on. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of MtMtainmenls plven for religions. educa- tional or charltuble purpose at half regu- lar rate . Local notices of all kinds 1.00 per hundred word ®r t Insertion and so cents per hun- 4red words each subsequent Insertion. The N*w -Chhokic!Js desires a corre*- nondent at every poatonce In the county, ud In exchange wfll furnish the paper, sta- tionery and...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

TEXAS, DECEMBER 8, 1899. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REA50NS WHY. First. You have one of the lar est stocks of oods in Central Texas to select from. possible Fourth. The >ecurity 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 (if its customers and you can find no lower prices nor better store service in the state than here. A five-year-old child can buy goods at this store as cheaply as a forty-year-old man, as there is but one price to all. These are not all of the reasons why, but with these facts before you, dont you think we are perfectly justified in saying that IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. Our Shoe Department is a regular shoe store within itself, the largest department in our big store and one of the largest within a radius of one hundred miles of Caldw...

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

w • v r. IS- i} - flfsopsla of M—Mg Bead to Ihi Members of CongTe -- A Tribute to VICE-PRESIDENT HüBART—MESIOMT Bfrannirndi P#w r to IwrrUrji John Umf to Imu( Bond Kiftowi Hala- tion* With Forrlfn Uo rn MU-H« U In raver ot UmIdi Mor War Von- Kill. MM'. Washington. Doc. T.—'The second ■tiny oí the new congress wa# not such a tremendous affair at> the owning. The president's mesingo being sched- uled for the opening attraction, wrved to thin out galleries and ilrora, and for nearly three hours the monotonous tones of reading clerk* rattled away the more than 20,000 words of the message. While this was going on thr>sc senator unci rcp- icscntativcs who make it a business to denounce a message or approve it, According as the opinion expreaucd is or is not a member of the party to which the executive belongs, were giving out platitudinous expression1-. The republicans swear that the m* - tagc is the l>est that the country In - « ver known, save that which is to «•(une from the n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

people you know Horn: To Mr. und Mrs. K. F. Kelly. Monday, Dec. 4, a tine boy. C. C. Nelms took a business trip to Milano Thursday after- noon. J, K. liettlep took a business tr¡p to Ballinger Tuesday, re- turning Wednesday afternoon. church. Quite a crowd heard the ermon and all agree that it wan excellent. A. C. and S. B. Murray are thi week attending the aixty-fourth annual meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge in Houston. Mr. S. B. Murray left with the inten- tion of spending a week or more in that citv. Rev. H. ('. Willis left Monday morning for Marlin to attend the j. H. Keeves. who has been for j *inn"a* meeting of the 1 exas M„„o time in Smithwent Tcxa , Co°'.,r.en"- he confcrcncc w.H returned to Caldwell Wednesday. I "01 "T "s ,,u",ncs" beiore thc , *r t of next week, and so it is not Mioses Kdith Kadford and Ida known yet whether or not Bro. Courtney, of Lyons, arrived in Willis will keep his present thc city Thursday afternoon on ¡ charge. a short visit to friends. i K. j. A...

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

If ,'.. , • Washikoton( D. C.. Dec. ♦. NRWS-Crboniclk: ker Henderson promiw just mi much of an autocrat boa. B. Reed, if one can judge present indication. If any- thing, he is more dictatorial than the man from Maine ever dream- ed of being. That ia not a dem- ocratic opinion, but one uttered by a prominent republican mem- ber of the houae, whoae name can not be uaed, because he spoke in confidence to a personal friend. It indicates, however, that things are not turning out in accordance with the numerous prophesies of reform that were to be inaugura- ted when Mr. Henderson became speaker. xxx Democrats are rather enjoying the republican criticism of Mr. McKinley's gold standard bill, alleged to have been prepared by a republican caucus committee, which was made public several day ago. Although the bill ex- plicitly declares for the single gold standard, and favors the na- tional banks, the ultra gold men are objecting to it because it does not provide for calling in the greenbacks ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, mnim 8, 1899. i SOME UhSIBLÍ StNIMttNTS. I mny be in error, but, in my judgment, a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, will be impossible when a few men control all the uourccH first man on the scene when civ- ilisation began, and he will be the last one to disappear. The farmer wants to own bis own home; he ought to own it. 1 think that this nation is safer the larger the proportion of home- 0f production and dole out daily ¡ owners. I want every man with bread to all the rest on such terms | a family to own his home; the a# the few may prescribe. I be- farmer wants to own his home, lievc that this nation is the hope of the world. I believe that the Declaration of Independence was but if you will not allow him to own bis home, he can rent. He will have to be employed to work the grandest document ever i the farm. ptnncd by human hands. The Take his farm from him by truth* of that declaration are mortgage if you ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 December 1899

SK* ' THE CALDWELL NEWS- CALDWELL. 99 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. * ONLY TWO WEEKS TILL CHRISTMAS! Had you thought about its being so closc at hand ? W'c throw out this gentle reminder for fear you have not supplied your wants and needs in the way of WINTER MILLINERY. # t#v I WWWBWWWWWiWW a* We have just received another shipment of l am and Golf Sfc hats which are so very popular this season. The demand for these goods has been so great that we can seared y keep up with the demand. Ct>me earlv bef< ire the assi rtment is 1 ir< ken. You perhaps know how our trimming department is crowded dur- ing the last two weeks of the season, so had you not Letter look out for your wants in this line now V You can get lx«tter selections and better service now than two weeks later, and our trimming depart- ment will be closed for the season after the holidays. J. F. COBB, i O* I IT PAYS 10 TRADE AT COBB'S. i mmmmwwmwwmmmmmmmwmimwmm Hr wk Éf KH t Objection Was Made to the Scat- . . lag of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

MP TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL* XX. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLE80N COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBE¥1S, 1899? NO. 30. * &rom Our Sturai Staff. 5 * * í H00MRVIIII. Hookkkviu.R. Tex.. Doc. 11. et.ltok N«w -ch*okici.rs We had a nicc.cool rain Friday last; nincc then, truly. «Decem- ber's as pleasant as May. Midway school reopened on the h«vc known in a long^ time. 3d inst., with a large attendance, measles notwithstanding, and we arc glad to report a spirit oí de- termination to achieve amorg the pupils, and plenty of hard work j* being done. Four new cases of measles this week: Kttie Heard, Pearlie and Prudie Milliard and Otto Watts; a!! convalescent. J no. Milliard has returned from Ouanah, where he spent the last season; he expects to enter school for the rest of the term. Friday's rain post¡w>ned the meeting of the literary society until the following evening, when an exceptionally vi< ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

iiil—iiiifcnirmiiH •««««Ml The Spiritual Man BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. I rue friend*. It takes a great many new friends to make one old friend. Friendship is not like asparagus —a plant that shoots up in a night and is then ready for the knife. It is rather like the hick- <yy or the oak, of gradual growth and solid fibre. As it is the wood Which has been «seasoned by long exposure to wind and Weather that emits the hottest fire, so the friendships that have faeen seasoned by many years of two acts of handa ill the same mill. Thi* will double these figures as to hands, pay roll and consumption of cotton. Money invested in a cotton mill pays a dividend of from 15 to 35 percent. You can count on 10 per cent on the money invested, and lay a ide a contingent fund of from 5 to 10 per cent for an increase of cap- ital and to replace machinery, etc. That is the way to run a mill. CHRISTMAS! CHRll .J%T TNI ITMAS! JflNNETT S NEW YORK STORE. 1 have received the finest and largest lot of Christma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

¿fcucatíonal Department, *? prof. 3. a. Watte. Mtrce«Mi> •' Concerning prize : nhould they be given? If o, to whom? On the first day of school one teacher will say: «I cxpect to give a prize to the pupil who ha tbe highest deportment at the .close of this school, or «the pupil making the best class record will receive a prize. Another teacher in his inaugural will say nothing about it, or plainly announce that no prizes will be given. Teacher No. 1, why do you of- fer prizes in your school? «I will tell you: Few pupils suf- ficiently realize the importance of education to exert their best ef- forts; the offering of a prize is a substantial mark at which they may aim, and will be a stimulus to the whole class or school. «I easily remember when I was a child how proud I was to re- ceive school prizes, and how fondly I preserved and cherished them. «The giving of a prize does not restrict it* k«kk1 influence to the Hihool, but the teacher fork it-> good influente radiating from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

of tb« —The house of Wash Phegley, colored, situated in the northern «üd of town, was burned Tuesday afternoon. As near as can be learned, the loss was about $350. —Why can't the wedding bells chime in unison with the Christ- mas bells? Why have the mis- chievous marriage microbes so precipitately quit their labors? Who knows and will tell? —Don't fail to see and read Fagan's Christmas ad. Kverv- one is going to want some kind of a Christmas present to give rela- tive, friend or sweetheart, and it will pay you to see what Fagan has to offer. —A row Tuesday night in the .Mexican chili joint near the depot resulted in a negro, *•' rank Pal- mer, cutting John Wheeler, an- other negro, very severely in several places. Dr. Jenkins re- paired the injured party and he left Wednesday morning for some other quarter. The other negro was arrested charged with the assault. —It seems strange that certain ones will still continue to «bor- row horses from men's stables, from the public square, and...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

I TOLD YOU SO. THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER 15, 1899. «liV CKOUC.K. This scribe is today in the hap* py position of a prophet whose tnetisatfe has been verified, lie feels considerably like saying to the «doubting Thomases, «I told you so. It ma>' bc lhat about one in thousand of the readers of the News-Chkonkxk will re- member that there was a series of articles in that paper last win- ter under the head, «Our Farm- ers' Troubles; Some Causes and Their Remedies. In the last of the articles, which was published February 24, 18'W, we took the position that supply and demand regulated the price of cotton, and that those farmer* and landlords who recognized that fact and shaped their action accordingly were the wide-awake farmers of the day. Sow comes a complete demon- stration of that position in the crop just gathered. K very one who has watched the trend of event* a* touching the cotton (juestion this fall will be com poll- ed to admit that llu- question...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

hbhhbihbi NEWS-CHRONICLE. Ml A JOWtt. • • • • Pro*rte «rs. AUCRT D. ItST. J«., Bu*i«e*v S. HOUSTON GOMA*, IdKor and Reparter. ■stored In the Caldwell postofflce as sec- ••4-cla s matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. Subscription Rates. OM year «Mb Mouth* Four Mont as Two Months •1 SO TS « S Advertising Rates. All advert Ulna on tir t pa«e will Is- charrod Mcentx per Inch straight, wltli no reduction for larif ad . DtspUv ads one Insertion twenty cent* par Inch; two insertion thirty-five cent par Inch; onv month sixty cent# per Inch. Local rate* «even and one-half cents per lis* Brst Insertion and live cnnu per line each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of , «••attainments trlven for religions, educa- Hon al or charitable purposes at half regu- i lar rates. Uial notices of all kinds 11.00 por hundred ¡ words irst Insertion and SO cents per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. ? Tfce News-Chrowicme desire* a corres- pondent at every nostofHce In the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

'f " 1 DECEMBER 15, CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWirxr,, I IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REA50NS WHY. ^ °U ',avc (,ne *'le larKest 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. I nird. 1 his store employs nunc hut polite and attentive salespeople, and they are under an imperative rule to not try to per uade customers against their inclinations, and cause them to buy something thev miirht become dissatisfied with. Tho nnlirv n , . 4 ^ , . - — my something they might become dissatisfied with. The policy of this store is to satisfy its customers as near as possible. Fourth. Th • of the worry that Fifth. Thi state than.he re. A five-year-old child can buy goods at this store as cheaply as a forty-year-old'man, as there is but one price to all 1 ht'se are not all of the reasons why, but with these facts before you, dont you think we are perfectly j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

qn mí? THE CALDWELL NEWS CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER IS, 1899, 8& RUSSIAN ROYAL TITLES. Mgoa..oaa Usad by the People of the Mr. A. OgamjanofT, professor of Rustían, writes us us follows: "The official title of the heir to the throne ú 'U. I. II. Naslednik Tsesarevitch (the heir and son of Caesar).' In con- versation Russians refer to him sim- ply as 'Xaslednik' (the heir). So Rus- sian would dream of calling him 'Tsesarcvitch.' This word, which means 'son of the czar/ is altogether antiquated and completely disused As a matter of fact, in the old Musco- vite czardom the title of tsesarevitch was applied to all the sons of the czar and not to the heir apparent alone. At present the sons of the emperor, like t he other male members of the im- perial family, have the title of Yelikii Kniaz (grand duke), and are referred to as such. "It is the same," adds our corre- spondent, "as regards the word 'Tsar- evna/ which served to designate the -daughters of the czar, and which i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

— -n iftilMlBUi I MSk people you know Born: December 14, to Mr. and Mr*. J- N. Corre , a girl. Horn: December 11, to Mr. and Mr . S. H. Jncknon, twin ; both girls. C. T. Helvey ha* been very aick th,H week, but is now slowly re- t-overin|f. Miss Florence Froim came in from Milano with Mr . Maine Barbee last Friday and remained ulltil Sunday with her relatives and many friend . Prof. W. W. Lackey, who i teaching near Cameron, wan here Saturday and Sunday visitinjf the «old folks at home and attending the teachers' institute. Kev. J. W. Smith left Saturday for Mavnfield, where he tilled his appointment to preach Sunday. Mr. Smith has an appointment of two Sunday at that place. pr. S. M- Hubbard, of San Gu- l,ritl. wan in our city last S.ttur- dav. I>r. Hubbard is an eminent' cancer spec ialist, as well an a lon^- i exi>erienccd and successful med- ical practitioner. Mins Helen Helvev arrived on Tuesday morning from Hunts-j vilie, where she has been tfoing to school, to attend th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

flip WW ' * mi PI - Iv ' V- w the caldwell "WASHINGTON NEWS ICTIfR. Washington, D. C., Dec. 11. ■Dt*o* Nkw#-Ch«onici.K: Demócrata have every reason to be pleased with the outcome of the first week of congress. Mc- Kinley and the majority in both house and senate have committed the republican party irrevocably to the perpetuation of the single gold standard—McKinley in his message to congress, the repub- lican senators by the gold stand- ard bill introduced by the chair- man of the finance committee, and the republican representatives by the action of their caucus indors- ing the gold standard bill (pre- pared last summer, under Mc- Kinley 's orders, by a committee of which Speaker Henderson was chairman) and ordering it rail- roaded through the bouse. In addition, the republican repre- sentatives have gone back on all their professions of reform and unanimously adopted the old Reed gag rules, and the repub- lican senators have decided upon the grab policy of increasing their own and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

Ilia Om Mm la Mexico. üíilveatoii New#. It seem that our neighbors just across the Rio O runde are atiil determined to let well enoug I alone. Tliey are atill «radically united in the demand that Presi- dent Diaz shall again succeed him- self. ^ourHe« li m V he that| president Dia/ has won for hirn-j gelt a dangerous power and that] the opposition elements of the re-! public are too weak to even criti-j cine the present regime. In a re- public. no kind of man-worship is sale. The greatest and best man , nuixt fall, and a republic can not safely depend solely upon one per- son. Looking at it in this way, ¡t i> quite clear that blind devo- tion to the president of Mexico n av end in a sudden commotion which a weak republic can not endure. (,n the other hand, the prosperity and power of thecoun- trv are increasing continually un- der the present leader. The peo- ple have in him an abiding con- fidence. He is a wise ruler. Hi- stands as a notable exception to tin- modern rub of tickl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 December 1899

12 THE CALDWELL NEWS «CHRONICLE, CALDWELL TEXAS, DECEMBER 15, 1899. to Gel a Now A petition asking the city coun- cil to order an election to deter- mine whether or not bond shall be issued to build a new school- house has been circulated this week and was filed Wednesday. This petition was signed by near- ly every one of the citizens and taxpayers of Caldwell; it reads as follows: To the Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Caldwell: We, the undersigned citizens of the city of Caldwell, having the best interests of the whole town at heart, would respectfully represent that the people of said town are virtually without a school building, and, judging from pres- ent appearances, will soon be en- tirely without; and, owing to the dilapidated condition of the make- shift which we are now using for school purposes (misnamed school building), it is liable to be blown down at nny time that we have a stiff wind, thus making it dangerous alike to all patrons of the school. We the...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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