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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

HMpfVPI E WILL BE NO NEWS-CHRONICLE NEXT WEEK. paldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE GKBATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. [vol. xx. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1899. NO. 31. J'rom Our fflurai Staff, SOMMVIUt. MOOKERVULC. SOMRNVII.I.K. Te*., Dcc. 1H. I r HoouKRViu.K. Tex., Dec. 18. . Eoitok nkws-cmkoniclk: Eiutoh nkus ii ■ | j)r j Honevcut and wife A dozen or more re i enccsarc j jlave to postpone their now in process o erection, among contCmplatCd Christmas trip to thorn being1 r. e soc s, • j the home of his parents, at Gates- Hill', and James Lauderdale s. j v¡||c> which bid fair to be handsome, j A (),dham and fami,v havc dc. spa, un.s and cum for tab,o. not to make their RoHebud Mr . Cobean t . .t Itw < . \s v¡sjt (Cristinas. Cause,measles, agro for Chicago. u statu p Williams, who has been raak- the trip 'H un« trta in or tu ¡n^. preparatioOM to take his fam- bcnctit of bet hca t . Rosebud to spend Christ- Rob...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

THE CALDWELL m\i l' ********* The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. guguQupw* ÜWWÍÜIWÍWW# Ike Liquar traffic W\mJ Raproecfc. Peter McGinn, president oí the New York State Liquor Dealers* association, in an address lo the trade «avs: «No political party will befecognizedto the exclusion of any other, awl all candidates for office favorable to the cause of liquor will be regarded as friends incur efforts tc place tire liquor traffic beyond «reproach. To be sure! «Place the liquor traffic beyond reproach" When water runs ifi> hill; wfcen cotton Crows heavier than kad; when crime is more prized tfr.an virtue; when niotfcars rejoice on account 4f drunken sons; «then wives the doctors, if < od helps will yet find a way to ntóp the ravages of other terror . TO CUW 14 **II>I K IN TWO DAY* take l.axativm hliovo oonihk tahi.kt* All ilrujfKl ! refund the money If II ful'* «> cur®. F. W box. iV. Kiirnuiurc I on every Always SowrtWitg to Do. Trsa Farm and Kanch. There is work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER 21 j6bucatíonaluDepartm¡ent. *? Prof. 3. c. Matte. Sickness at home prevented the editor of this department from attending the teacher*' institute on the 8th and 9th innt., at Cald- well, which he very much regrets. The discussions on the subject of «Government were certainly calculated to help teachers over the roughest part of their path. It is an inspiration t" have will* ¡Ujf, earnest, obedieni students; but the balky, indolent, insubor- dinate ones are those who cut the conscientious teacher to the heart. The old way was: «Lick bim and let hirfl go. The new wav questions the advisability of tuch a plan, fully recognising that utility, although a part of each meeting might with advantage be devoted to theoretical pedagogy, on general linen of thought, if competent instructors are availa* ble. At the close of each meet ing every member present should be required to present in writing several definite notions which he has gathered from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

te ,.l I StOI Stories of tb® Street. —The young men of the town have made preparations and went out tickets for a grand Christmas ball, to be given Tuesday night, December 2o, —Owing to «the inclemency of the weather, the city school was dismissed on Wednesday for the Christmas holidays. A vacation of two weeks will be allowed, the school beginningagain January 3. — The rather «brisque weath- er this week has made news very, very scarce. Certainly our read- ers can realize how difficult it is to make things happen that are worth mentioning when every ef- fort possible must be put forth to keep from freezing. —Perhaps no one rejoices to see Christmas so much as a school child. It is not the Santa Claus part they are so deeply interested in, but the vacation is what they howl so much about. We are in- formed that most of the schools will give all of one week as a vaca- tion and some will give two weeks. In many instances the «'fessor takes advantage of the Christmas holidays to visit ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

ilBiil THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, n ll>W 1899. The Butterfly Cereivel. The concert fiven by the La- 4¡e ' Cemetery association, un* ¿cr the management of Misa Ma- bel William , last Friday night wa#a threat wucce** and proved a very pleaaant alTair, A large crowd of our people wan out to witoe the achievement of our home talent on the «tape and no o0e was disappointed. Though there were many little occur- rence to indicate that the c but- terflies had not faced the iren- sied crowd before the foot light very often, yet the knowledge with each one that it wa «our home girl and the careful, though unaffected, conduct of each actor made it a satisfaction to even the most critical to wit- ness the «little show. The program was short, per- haps not tc - short, con*i*ting only of the fairies' comedy, or according to the proijrani « The ! Butterflv Carnival. This is certainly a pretty and well- planned little play and rendered in a charming way. The young ladies and g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

■ A'i ; *•- V.| Ur, • . * . >■;$£ :¡v THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. NEWS-CHRONKIE. - m. FwpfWiifc RUST, JR. , HOUSTON sunU*. Mil« Catered in Hit Caldwell tHietoBoe iui seo- •*4-class metier. iMued Every Friday Morning. Subscription Rata*. _ Year t Month* ir Montn .. i Month . . II fc! 7ft AO ffl Advertíalas Rates. cento |M-r Inch 01 aj) I it y ads one Insertion twenty cent* All advertising on flr t page will lie chanted «0cents per Inch straight, with no reduction AIT Urge ad . ■N "/ne^; t wo Insertions thlrty-ivé cení# par Inch: unw month sixty cent per Inch. Local rate* seven and one-half cent* per Itae first insertion and five cunts i>"i' line ••Ob subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of eatertalnment« given for religions, educa- (tonal or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. al notice* of all kinds tl.00 per hundred .4 first Insertion and AO cent* per hun- ; word each subsequent Insertion. The Ntwit-CaBOHiCMt desires a corres- ■MNldent at ev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

-.r;, i T'i-y.v '■ • ■■ •* '• i >WELL. TEXAS. DECEMBER 22, TRADE HERE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS WHY. t First. You have one of the largest stocks of goods in Central Texas to select from. y^1 your money s worth and have the satisfaction of knowing that yóur 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 is often occasioned by the inadequate system in most stores, and makes this a safe and easy store to trade at. Fifth. Til is store provides for the comforts of its customers and you can find no lower prices nor better store service in the state...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

• '! : ' ■■ THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER 22. 1H99. a P BP LUTHER AS A HUMORIST. IMr Me Oace Bagaged biUUM la a Coatroreray. Zeal tipped with humor is what made Luther to cffcctivc, says Samuel M. Crothers in the Atlantic. He •truck heavy blows at the idols men adored. But he was such a genial, whole-souled iconoclast that those who were most shocked at him couldn't help but like him—between times, lie would give a smashing blow at the idols and then a warn hand grasp and a hearty "God bless you" to the idolator,and then isolator and inconoclast would be down on the floor together, trying to see if there were any pieces of the idol worth sav- ing. It was all so unexpected and so incongruous and so shocking, and yet ao unaffectedly religious and so sur- prisingly the right thing to do, that the upshot of it all was that people went away 6aying that Dr. Martin wasn't such a bad fellow after all. Luther's Table Talk penetrated circles which were well protected ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

, CALDWELL, TEXAS, Attorney A. L. Davis went on g business mission to Brenham Sunday, returning Tuesday. Miss Cheba M. Preston left on Thursday morning to spend the holidays at her home in Galveston. County Attorney K. J. Alexan- der left here Tuesday and spent Wednesday in Lyons, on busi- ness. Miss Jennie Mac Smith left on Thursday for her home at Pales- tine, where she will spend her vacation. O, M. Williams came up from Brenham Thursday morning and will spend Christmas with the old folks and friends. Mi . .«nd Mrs. J. J. Morgan and little Lula returned last Friday night from a three days' visit in Washington county. Prof. C. P. Browder. of Dime llox. spent Saturday anil Sunday here visiting his friend, Dr. T. (). Curman, and also other acquaint- ance*. J. H. Alexander, the «Racket Store man. went to Waco Mon- da v to add to his Christmas wares le , Lfurbliw Trial* Palestine, Texas, Dee. 21.—Moro witneMM* in the Humphries lynch* ¡UK ease ure arriving daily. When the trial opened ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

sff™ i¿' ?s- m' m; •r fm Washimctow, D. c., Dec. IS, Nkws-cmbosiclk : McKinley isn't satisfied with bossing congress; he intends to boss the whole republican shoot- ing match. He has soured on Boss Piatt's little scheme of mak ing «Teddy Roosevelt the vice- presidential candidate« and took 'occasion to tell the republican na- tional committee, which met here Friday to choose time and place for the next republican national convention, that Secretary Root would be nominated on his ticket. Boss Piatt tries to make it appear that he means it when he says that Root's nomination will be en- tirely satisfactory to him. Now that the president's wishes have become known, the thick and thin worshipers at McKinley's shrine are falling into line and tbe Root boom is growing accordingly. : : x Senator Allen, who has been appointed by the governor of Ne- braska to fill the vacancy left by the death of the late Senator Hay- ward, will be warmly welcomed as a staunch and valuable recruit to tbe ran...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

: -v THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. DECEMBER 22, 1899. tioned as to her ah^ntatlon from ran- aovice. othtr Who had jnB ,he, indulged in mviteriout little JSJnt „ ..... ! iB UCT,d°M. which might mean much 'rrt,ysWá«¡ñ7ywí >°* *•* by ¡ or llttle- .T¡> nr"ls also by which she ii accompanied her words were very nro- dtitjr. • Qu,t '*• . . ... 'found. -r hM'"""" Naturally her attitude provoked more and more comment, and that Mr*. Macey knew lomething, or thought the knew something dreadful con- cerning Lady Mordaunt was a jrener- wioter h** but *n riy old I ally expressed opinion. A eon victim ¿"or bioomiR* nd murmur "Fur- j that all was not right aomehow forced f£7* eomi,|*ln,n' Jíítb'hM H« wrrow and llkewlao Ma Mo. ,„u ami r°" uoilf can't right any mlachloi ^Í FuAtU. Fur.lt.tr thíífhó t« ctiuBht by tht whl«p«- '?? Thiv'would never permit It "",1 *•' h*v* JSTJSS***" ««'y ioll>' •p,'k# ^v. whin we mum, and till then í r-nmur hp* htn«to" *,ar; its way into the mind...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 December 1899

WW" THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, DECEMBER 22. 1899. ns flit in. Dr. JankinB Wm on Trial for Ifur- 1 dor Through Abortion on . mi mi kit a inner ■wk «bUdiM TrW «u rtMM«ta|< WM nrrd at In IUtur«-Prl OB r WM ptMracd by tka Jnégm—A Mart ■ to- la ry of Ik* CMf -OonniM term WUI Call a Maatlag. w Waco, Tex., Dec. 20.—Dr. S. M. Jenkins, on trial in the Fifty-fourth district court on a charge of murder and abortion, was shot this morning by Hugh Wheat, brother of the dead girl. Wheat was the first witness tailed for the State when court open- ed this morning und in going to the witness stand he passed within a few feet of defendant When he reached a point directly behind Dr. Jenkins, he suddenly whipped out a revolver and fired at the prisoner, the ball striking him in the buck a little left of the spine and just be- low the ribs. Wheat dropped the pistol immediately and ran. John Halligan, a brother-in-law of Dr. Jenkins, sprang over the railing and snatching the revolve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

á >^ u * „ . Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. toU XX. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1900. Jrom Our fflurai Staff. yellow prawic. Yguow PKAimR. Tes.. Ja . 1. i-i.ITOK SKWÜ-l JIKOMtLK: Brother Wooten. of Caldwell, tbc new pastor for this charge, preached here Sunday at 11 a. m. jji, sermon was much appreci- ated- The Christmas tree and pro- gram at the Methodist church Saturday night, the 2.Vd of De- cember, KW under the tnanage- ocnt oí F. Love, Misses Mary for the ensuing year, but desir- ing one-half of his time instead of one-fourth, as last year. L. Kilpatrick and family, of Caldwell, ipent the last day of 189'l with his wife's parents. Several cattle died during the last two weeks, caused bv eating wormy acorns, it is thought. Mr. Ruth and family, of Moody, spent Christmas with Warren Thornton. The cool northers which con- H«th and Sallic Hill, was quite tinut* to visil " K'v*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

/,*,íW t^&'V i «¿i ' . $ . ;.. ■ :,|| ■W The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. u j There are avenues of power open to every child of God. The first is power against Satan as he neeks to betray us into sin. The second is power over men about ira. The third is power with God in prevailing* prayer. Gen- uine victorious poweralong either of these lines is not subject to the human will, nor dependent upon human strength but is of devine origin. It is this Spirit- given power that is referred to in the last chapter of Luke where the desciples were promised that they should be "endued with power from on high." That this first line of power— the power to overcome our temp- tations to sin—is given by the Holy Spirit is clearly taught in Rom. 8:M: "If ye, through the Spirit, do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live." The word "mortify" here means "put to death" and the phrase "deeds of the body" refers to the deeds wrought in obedience to our sin- ful human nature, and the teach-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

1 ¿Tf iti i i iw wnhniKM i * , IHPVl Wmm ? Prof. 3. C. Watt . Wa Ars Nat Kara to Sigh. \\e are not here to nigh aud moan And make our kindred «ad, We're here to do the best we cau Toward making other glad. Cheer up, cheer up, and do not fret If thiuga don't come your way; Be triad that tone one el«c ha* kick You'll have'your turn «orne day. But until then ju t try to lie As cheerful a* you can. for gloomy waya and gloomy speech Are man's worat gift to man. Chkmmy JIM. A 64mm of Sunshine. Aloof the noisy city way*. And in the rattling city car, On this the dreariest «>f days, Perplexed with business, fret and jar When suddenly a young, sweet fact Looked on my petnlence and pain, And lent it something <.f it* grace, i'harmed it into peace Mgain. The day was just as bleak without. My neighbors ju*t a* c«<ld within, And truth was jtict a (till <tf doubt. The world was ju*t a* full of iti, Hut in the liiflit ot that young emilr The world grew pure, the heart grew warm. And su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

3rr n Jt IS THE NUflBER THAT OETS OUR-BIO DOLL. Bring 3 w\ in your tickets and If you haven't the lucky number, ^ keep them until the doll has been given away. If the lucky number does not come In another will be drawn, TICKETS UNTIL SOMEBODY GET5 THE DOLL. ■ Brlfey B, We wish all our patrons and friends a happy and prosperous New Year, and trust that we shall have the pleasure of selling you each and every one a share of your supplies during 1900. We believe many of our fall customers will continue buying for cash this year, and we solicit a continuance of your valued patronage, assuring you that we shall always give you the best goods at the lowest possible prices. We thank you for the liberal patronage you have given us since we en- gaged in business a little over two months ago, and we have been enabled to en- large our business considerably already. Our ambition is to make every month show an increase and improvement in business, and if fair treatment will do this we shall succ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

19. noticed that your By George/' If, editorially, and several of your correspondent , are individual energy no little newspa- per space in advocating diversi- fication of crops by the farmers and the establishment of cotton gpills in Texas, especially one in Caldwell. Why not first turn your atten- tion to the matter of having the Brazos river made navigable? Do you not know that no man- ufacturing enterprise in Texas can be a success under the pres- ent heavy rates of freight that the railroads arc charging, and that Homething must be done to have these rate reduced before factories can exist here, notwitb- utifidinir we would have the raw C- German, the veteran editor of standing we wouia nave me raw th<? Vermontviile (Mich.) Kcho, ha material right at the door of 1 discovered the remarkable secret of these institution ? The railroads ¡"V¡«* °'f you"B' FVr y,carH , ¡he ha* avoided nervousness, sleepless- must be brought within the infill- no , indlKeitiun, heart trouble, con- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

* I la tb« 0*14wall lwi frutar Mora lag. fl"H Sk::: nata nili# Advertising NtH. All advert tuina on flral puce «111 be charged Mcmu per Inch atralRlu. with no reduction lar large ad . I Otaplu ads one Invertlnn twenty cent* par tncbi two Inaerttons thirty-ire cent# par laebi ono month alxty cent# per Inch. Local rat** acvitn and 2i" -half cent* per Itae tret Insertion ánd Uve cenU per line aaeh aabaequent laaortlon. Obituaries, carda of thanks and aatartalninents given for retlgloi Im raí ■■c purpose at Lcatal notice of all kinds tl.60 per bt «aras flrst Insertion and M cení peí dred words each subsequent Insertion notices of n . educa- ban regu- bundred r bun* Niwi^monotii desires a corres- t at every po*to<!!«:«• In the county, exchange will, furnish pee. WIm wo i# . any one on the subject. .r and po tage free. Will be pleased to oorrespoud with any one on tbe subj< Caldwell, Texas, Friday, Jan. 5. VIM MUM This papor will not. h«rt- aftir, In any way land Its sup- port to an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

•f tl>« "fruiter," iTUST Í porta, they mand III rough tliv ocvan b*M of th« promised land. Ar&rc,u- id. fr«« race, and aiavaa a tryam's thrall; jad. and young and strong, tha open Mi a wear nigh for iba yer -« gana by. far tha yaara to ba. Columbia atanda at bar wlda-awung gatas And welcomes aacb waary guest; With an open hand aha great* him tbara. At tbo door of th* gold*n west; • My lands ara wlds and tha pria* la grant. But a man muat work to win; Who faar* to soil bla banda by toll, H* o««(i not *nt«r In. "Hut to him who comea with a ataadfaat hmrt And a willing arm. 1 glva The right 10 apeak as a man should apeak. And to llva its a man should live; Prve«lom 10 worship Ood la hi*, And a vole* tn ihu nation's rule, Ar-'l (ha chañe* 10 gain for hla child's young brain The light of tha common acbooi. "And the home ha builds 1 will guard and keep From the tpoiltfa ruthleas maw. Add the *#«' hi partís shall b* his. alone, Hy the i*il*ht of my *rllt i law. All thes* I «iv , fid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 January 1900

ÍJ': miWnlwaU, his bonore really (richtoM think. -J4 <l*i the Mini with town ottotfo, i mit lit 'am. yM, and plan, and un tkwi'i torn* that would, hut. «Mfa! 1 dunno who they bo; Ta almost Indispensable, tbtn—aa ono night Mr." fl* bo romrbod. I auosa, from ton to twen- ty Umoa o doy. MX homo thinva wm about tbo mbo, m* cordln' to hla toll. Sis wit* jeat worshiped whoro ho otoppod, ho treated her to woll; 2f bo wm tabM from her. ao be often «old, ho know She'd limply mourn heroelf to dMth In Jest a month or two. And, honest! when you'd mo him strut. all dressed ud in hla boat. Along the atreot, a-Addlln* with the watoh charata on hla vest. .You couldn't help but think that. If ho died, tbere'd be a craah, And earth' hull tnalnaprlnc would buat up, and all banda go to nauh. Pschitachia- He wm dressed, after his wont, in the usual uniform of the Galician peasant, which consistí of a collection of loose, shapeless, mote or less, dirty- eutral tinted. Of titled job to pel Ms brought i...

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