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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 February 1900

Win* Ootbal, Ki-ntueky* D«mo orstlo LmmU-, Pe l Fat- •lly Wounlod, AN ASSASSIN'S BULLET FINDING TNI Frnnkforl, Kv., Feb. lv—After j '¡oi'Im-I h id fitlli'ii ism<I whih' (Miinn voluntary exclamation of pain and made an effort to draw bin own revolver. Hi* strength waa unequal to the tank, however, and he aank upon the pavement. With great rapidity nevera! more MhoU were fired, the bullet all striking the brick aidewelk close to where Mr. tioebel lay. None of them touched him, however. Lillard hastily turned around , to aid Mr. Goebel who wan sup- "*■ '" 'Tt"; "".''.'T.? P"rtcd by China, who had b* liu«rrii«r taylor Ortlfrrtl Oat the J ' Traop*--ltr#)iM mil InrM.nU—Voung iinns nlxiut him fllmoxt R9 soon a* Mm ' Horrible Ueatli--OUier Interest* lu, toil. lii'il the (HI Veil It'll t . "Get f las Newt. hi'ln," mid Chinn to Lillard audi turn inn (< Í rti'li I, he nuked: "Are! Frank fori i Kv .Feb. 1.---While you hurt (Joebel? Did they get j walking through th<- capítol: .vou'* "T...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 February 1900

¿ / "üm iMPIPPMPilpllillPIMIIVIMPWNIPIVPPV) -W. O. Addition has lately moved to the place known aa the old Sullivan place near town. —After a rest of a week or more, the oil mill started again Monday and will run until ready to close for this season. —At the regular meeting of the Knights of Pythias Tuesday night, the officers were installed who were elected a few weeks ago. —The Lowry Compress com* pany's gin closed down last Fri- day for the season. The num- ber of round bales turned out by this gin is 2043 for the season. —A communication from Mt. Pleasant came in too late for pub* lication. If "Icicle" will thaw up and send in a letter a little sooner in the week, we will be glad to print it. —J. H. Truax has open up a nice stock of harness and sad- dlery in the building formerly occupied by G. E. James, and seems to be getting comfortably down to business. —We have been requested to state that the Burleson Guards will have a public drill Saturday night, and the public is respec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

* fmpsp-' ■. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THIS GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AMD WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. NO. 37. J'rom Our ¡fcurai Staff. $ i***** ********* COOMS POIM. • Cookks Point,Ten *. Feb. < . KlUTOR íjKWH-CHMOKU l.K: After an absence of a week, Isis takes a place mid the "toilers of the pen." Owing to the bad weather, there has not been much going or coming for no me time, and the visiting pen is, therefore, almost idle. Mv marriage-re- cording pencil is rusting com- pletely away. What am I to do? The measles scourge was, we thought, about ended, but have just heard that twoof Will Hack's children are down with it. Ru- dolph Hack has had an attack of measles and pneumonia, but is improving. Little Walter Alcorn has the measles. F. Wailin had a very sick child Sunday. There was preaching Sunday at the Methodist church by tin- new pastor. Brother Crutchfield. O. M. Williams w«s in tin- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

'• The Spiritual Mcux BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. There are two men mentioned in the biography of our Lord for whom, on account of their un- worthy timidity, I have always entertained mingled feelings of pity and contempt. After Jesus was dead by cruel crucifixion the record in the 19th chapter of John goes on to say, "And after this Joseph of Arimathea, being a dis- ciple of Jesus, but secretly, for fear of the Jews, besought Pilate that he might take away the body of Jesus; and Pilate gave him leave. He came, therefore, and took the body of Jesus. And there came also Nicodemus, who at the first came to Jesus by night and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes about an hundred pound weight." Now, these two were men of high standing and were, there- fore, in a position to have helped Jesus very much while he lived, but their timidity born, no doubt, of self-interest prevented their showing him a single act of kind- ness while he lived. It was all very well for Joseph to provide a decent plac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

*t ttol. 3. C. Watte. A Visit to tie Homes «td NmnMs *f out of the dungeon-like school- room where l'cstalo/./.i had taught and where Kru'bel had appeared asa pupil, in a lung- procession, carrying the Swiss (lags of the Cross of Helvetia, garlanded with roses. They marched by the statue of Festalozzi in the great and solemn square, and they might have read on the base of the statue as thev passed, "For himsi'.i.i nothing: fok othkks am.. " Merc Pestalozzi established his BY H1/-KKIAH HI TTI KWOKi 1!. [f)uirir«e«tlftiis hi regard tr> the cele- bration* « t the hirt'ndajr of the Apo - tle¡ of Education. | In 1 K*>5 I spent the summer in Switzerland and visited the prin- cipal places associated with the life of the world's great philoso- pher of education, Johann Hen- rich Pestalozzi. It was the year before the celebration of the one hundred and fiftieth birthday of Pestalozzi by the Swiss and Prus-' institute for the training of teach- sian sc hools. The preparations I ers in t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

•.i ■ . * & fc' 3Rp: TOij ÜÉ MJKRT ¿T, JIh S. MDSTM KiMrtd la tit* Caldwell poato«c® m mc- Iuued Every Friday Morning. R"J Subscription Rate*. ¿SS.:::: jr Moni n . o Month .. ft M T5 M Advertíalas Ratea. All advertíate* on flrat puno will becharged Mcení* por Inch niralRtit. with no reduction far Urge a<l*. Dlaulay nd one Insertion twenty cent* par teen; two Insertion thirty-live cents par Inch; one month sixty cents per Inch. Local rates aeren and one-half cents per line first Insertion nnfl five ceuts per line each aubsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of aatartalnmentsgiven for religions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. 1 notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred j first Insertion and 50 cents per hun- words each subsequent Insertion. The N«ws-Chhojiici.b desires a corres- pondent at every postoffico in the county, aad In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and postage free. Will be pliMtsed to correspond with an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

Hon. John D. Lee paid a visit Saturday toCoraicana, hia former home. MissAlma Lamkin,after spend- ing several,weeks in Martin, re- turned Monday. Trunk Klukan left Sunday for Waco, where be will enter Hill's business college. Attorneys W. B. Garrett and P. E. Teague, of tirenhatn, were in the city Thursday. B. Taylor, soliciting agent for the Baptist Standard, lias visited our town since last issue. Tom K. Williams, well known here, now a clerk at Calvert, is visiting in the city this week. Joe K. Hurtik, of Temple, is down on a three weeks" vacation, and is seen quite often in our town. C. A. Murray left Sunday «or Austin, having been summoned to serve as a juror in the federal court. Mrs. John liaden, after visiting for several days in the city, re- turned to her home at Lott Sat- urday. John Collins, of Con roe, arrived in the city the latter part of last week on a visit to old friends and acquaintances. Mrs. A. f). Kust, Sr., of Kock Island, arrived Sunday morning and has been a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

lit Washington, D. C., Feb. 2. BMYOU NKU'8-Chrokiclb: The administration program is receiving: some severe jolts in congress, and its path is getting rockier every day. This week several republican senators went to see McKinley and requested him to withdraw the reciprocity treaties now before the senate, In order to save them from formal rejection, which would not only humiliate McKinley but would advertise the difference of opin- ion between him and members of bis party in congress. He has also been told that the only chance the free trade sec tion of the Porto Rico bill has to become a law is by the help of democratic votes, a number of democrats having expressed themselves in favor of it on general principles, although it is not likely that any concerted action in its favor will be taken by the democrats. The repub- licans of the ways and means com- mittee have reported a substi- tute for the administration bill for free trade with Porto Rico, which provides for a duty of 25 per ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

i, Tsx., Jan. 38,1900. ftUlfOB NBW *CH«ONICUt: From a casual (fiance at a map tí East Texatt town one mijfht conclude that Nacogdoches in not a place of much consequence. Such would be an erroneous con* -elusion, as it ranks in business importance anion# the first. By reason of its prominence in early Texas history as being one of the first settlements one would ex- pect to see groups of crumbling buildings and numerous remind- ers of earlier days. The only historical structure of any note that now remains is the old stone fort, known to every reader of Texas history as the refuge of j the colonists from the hostile j Indians who were very numerous i Su do ,orCV£rV wonun wh** il tlw . il. ull.ii, ( ,i. . Minaijot* mother who writes the abovr Ut- here in the e r y part ,.l the ceo- te- pMpuKr „ . tury. It is intei rsting to hoar ; mkUlu to bf ptld lor In piin and suffering. old men recite how they listened , Mother'i Friend equipa the patient with a with excited imaginations to| rtro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 February 1900

m, ":' jp|;.'■ v':; f l!' ''ifefij L MM* M* A tfi MB *■*«■*« A *■* «AMI 9. 1900. P'i'4v < .. ■S^ Ife'C 1 Storiu of tl>« SkrHk 1 —How will you vote Tueaday? Are you going to help build the new ttchool home? —The poutoffice wu moved Wednesday to the vacant build* in* at the end of Hudaon block. —Quite a number of people from the country were caught by the rain Monday and were forced to stay in town until next day. —We take pleasure in calling ' attention to Fagan's new ad on page 4. It sounds right and has some news in it you ought to see. —Cromartie & Holik have this week moved from the old Reeves building to the building on the same block recently occupied by E. F. Kelley's barber shop. Mr. Kelley will do no business until he can get a new stand. —Frank Wilson, a negro, while riding on a bumper of a freight train Sunday night, for some rea- son fell under the cars and was killed a short distance this side of Lyons. His body was taken back to Lyons, where an inquest was hel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

:♦ ,• ••!, v 1 : W' M ■ m Hi ...:.; f.: «KBC$ á .. ^ÍÍ«1MÍ ••'■ i|||^í:3?PÍÍH Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XX. |>I'K AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FAKMEKS ANO WORKING PEOPLE OF BUKLESON COUNTY. CALDWKLL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ML 1900. NO. 38. u ■4 i I J'rom Our Sftura/ Staff, t ' * NOOfcCRVULE. Hookkkvii.i.e, Tex., Feb. 12. Eiutox Nkws-Chiomci.e: Miss Willie Benson is con vales* _ _ _ - _ _ „ aaaaaüaÍ ! cent ^rum u very severe attack of pneumonia. This makes three quite serious maladies that that estimable young- lady has had to HI*. ber, kind farmer, that while cot-!encounter within the last six IH* Teia* February 12 !<**> 100 '* WOrlh ei*bt Cents noW ¡t! months* A ,onIT *'*8^ of slow Kihtom Nkas-v iu.ivuu' may be only five next fall. Re-'fever, measles and last, but not It is our sad dutv to have to member tbc experience you have j least, pneumonia. record two deaths n our commu- h;ul antl plant your crop accord-1 Heavy'rains are giving our nitv d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

lif Wp> i 1, ; ' (,!' . "pí fi BP? ■■■■■■■■■———————i NMNNMNN The Spiritual Man, BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. i—a—i«tti nrwirfffiTf*rtr''Tffr*r"^""t The Y«he •« Ckrtot. are not surprised that churches are unpopular; they have to be. The church doea not pretend to be an attraction. It does not pre* tend to compete with the theatre. It does not expect to get tbe fol- It There are two ways of getting a following in this world. One way is to pay for it. A business or political following is a paid con- stituency, and the man who can offer the most will always have lowing- that the theatre has. a large following of this kind, h 8 10 do wi*h another side of There are always people willing nature altogether; and it to give their friendship if thev . «9 a side that is harder to reach, •re paid for it. The other way is j because it i more vital. The to secure a man's allegiance by; way of sav.ng a man has never getting him to give you some- ^en made any easier; and there thing. One of the greatest ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

¡Á*fué*. and one>half mile*. Up to date the Thirty-third has lost eighteen men and had about twenty-five wounded. We have killed and captured about 1000 rebels. Mum ma, don't worry about me. Just pray that I may go through safely, and if the worst comes take it bravely and remember I was doing my duty as a soldier. Vigas, P. I., Dec. 12, 1899. Mv Di ak Mamma:—It has been about fifteen duys since 1 wrote to you, but I assure you this is the first opportunity I've Dad since I left San Jucinto. The regiment It ft me at San Fabian in the hospital and went acrosM the mountains to San I«'a-( nando, a town thirty miles in the! U 18 a hard matter to get writing interior. There were about one ¡ nu,UM'ia1' 1 l,aid nfty ccnU for hundred of us, sick and wounded, six s,lceU of PaPer- Stamps are sent out toovertake the regiment, out C1 uejstion. but so far we have not caught up j soon '>e C hristmas, and with them. From Kanando we ! m>' twenty-third birthday. Wish marched over here to Vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

£ ? 0. RUST, M. ft. MUSTON «UNUN. [«tor la the Caldwell postoflea m «*c- nitttr, Issutitl Every Friday Morning. iutacrlptlM Rate . Ki:: four Moutns Two Month •1 BO to so £5 Advertíalas Hatea. All ndvortinlimon first pu*«' will be charged •Been is per Inch strulffhi. with no roductlon for large ads. Plspluy adit one Insertion twenty cents Mr In oh; two insertions thirty-live rent* par Inch; one month sixty cents per Inch. Loen I rutr* seven and one-half cents per llae flrst insertion and Uve cents per line "i subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of ealartalnmenis given for reMglons, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred words first Insertion and SO cents per huu- drad words each subsequent Insertion. The N*wtf-CnHO.Nict.r. desires a corres- pondent at every pootofflce In the county, uad In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and pORtage free. Will be pleased to correspond with any ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

IfNAIAI ■\IoVr Wí « Ed Lamp, of Milano, was in the city Monday. Lee Alford has a very serious cuse of mumps. Rev. J. W. George, of IIix, was in the city Tuesday. Young Ike Jackson has a bad case of measles on hand. Attorney Ford, of Bryan, was in the city a few days this week. Miss Belle Brewer was visiting1 the family of W. N. Heslep this week. Misses Kosa and Matilda and Will Struwe went to Burton last Wed ncsday. Judge Mclwr made a Hying trip somewhere up the road Mon- day morning. Rev. Jeff !). Kay went to Rock- dale Saturday morning, returning Sunday morning, Judge J. W. Moore is at the Caldwell House suffering from stomach troubles. Mrs. R. L. Burns and family, of Bvenham, are visiting the fam- ily of W. R. Davis. Mrs. T. F. H udson re'urned Tuesday from a short \isii to relatives in Rockdale. Miss Nanni ' Bronddus has had a serious attack « f the prevailing throat trouble this week. Mish Julia Hill is confined to her home with the mysterious but none the less serious throat d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

W : m ife'Cvi. Washinotok, D. C„ Feb. 9. Boitom Nkwh-Chhoniclk: That English diplomacy ím far ahead of English military general- ship has once more been proven by the Nicaragua Canal treaty sent to the senate this week, which instead of being received with shouts of approval, as Mr. McKinley seemed to think it ought to be, has been met with fetern protests, even from sup- porters of the administration. Although England is in a position where it would have agreed to almost anything proposed by thin government which is almost its only friend among the nations of the world, the English diplomats got exactly what they wanted. To reduce the treaty to every- day language, England graciously agrees that we shall build the Nicaragua canal with American money, provided that she and all other nations shall have equal use of the canal both in peace and in war, and that the United States agrees never to fortify either end of the canal. Unless many sena- tors change their present attitude this t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

A . sff m • fer ,' ;; v. ire "a-'v ¿v , i'-f{ '; ' '.¿ ; 84V. 44 We have three chllirea. Before the Mrth of the last one mjr wile iued fovr bot- tles of MOTHER'S FRIEND. If you had the pictures of our children, you could sec at a fiance that the last one Is healthiest, prettiest and flnest-toohlng of them all. My wife thinks Mother's Friend Is the greatest and rrandest remedy In the vorld for cxpect- ant mothers."— Written by a Ken- lucky Attorncyat -Law. prevents nine-tenths of the SMffcrlnf Incident to child- birth. The coming mother's disposition and temper remain unruffled throughout the ordeal, because this relax- ing, penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress. A good-natured mother is pretty sure to hare a good-natured child. The patient Is kept In a strong, healthy condition, which the child also inherits. Mother's Friend takes a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly. It assists in her rapid recovery, and wards His. Tona , February 8. Kditor NKwa-CnKoNi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 February 1900

—The K. of P.'® will give a swell banquet Monday night next. —On next Sunday at the Meth* odist church, Rev. Weems Woot- ton will preach a K. of P. ser- mon. —Found:—A pocket-book with money in it. Callón6. E. Jamos, pay for this notice and describe your property. —The younger society people of the city enjoyed a dance at the residence of Truman Parkhill Wednesday night. —There was a dance at the op- era bouse Friday night, which was attended by quite a crowd of the dance-loving young people. —This week the Kiley-Snook Furniture company purchased of Frank King the building so long occupied by the furniture store. —We have a good article from from the able pen of R. A. Brant- ley, of Somerville, on the race question which will appear next week. —An electric light plant and telephone exchange have been granted charters and franchises to do business in Caldwell, and we understand work will com- mence on the light plant at once and the telephone business will soon follow. "I think I wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

UUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. NO. 39. S>rom Our tfturai Staff, t * NIK. PROVIDE NCt. Mix. Texas. February 20, Pmo. Pw>\ imscii, Tex . Feb. 19, KntTOi NkwM'hkoxh i.k; honor Nkwm'HMONici.k : The weather for the greater It seems that Providence com- part of last week was the o oldest munity has been forgotten for a of the ca on, but fortunately lit- long time, but there are some tie damage was done. The sus- live people here vet, although pension of farm work and the de- there is plenty measles. lay in {.¡anting gardens was about The farmers hav commenced all to grumble at. making preparations for another A Sunday school and .i cottage crop, and while our hopes are prayermecting have been organ- great, we cannot see through the HOOftERVIlLE. Hookkkvim.k, Tcx., Feb. 19. Rditok Nkwx-Chhonioi.k: Our news budget will be rather Btnall thin week. Everybody knows...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

1 $ 0 P- m ES í ins Man* BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. >1—IMMHMMMM riwCMtaf Fi Nothing is more pleasing1 to the luman heart than friendship, but . like most other things that are worth having, it is a costly luxu- ry. It is a mistake to suppose that friendship is a thing that springs up in a night like a gourd riñe without observation and without care. We enjoy no luxu- ry that costs us more. The fruits •f the south and the fabrics of the far east which feed and clothe the king are delicacies no more rare and costly than genuine friend- ship. Your true friend has cost you more, in the real values of life, than if you had secured his friendship by paying for it his weight iu gold. If any man is disposed to doubt the truth of this proposition let him examine in history some striking cases of true friendship. Let him ask Damon, as he steps into the cell to take the place of Pythias the condemned prisoner, if friend- ship is an inexpensive thing. Let him ask Jonathan, as in favor of bis frien...

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