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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

The science of physiology con- tinued lo lie dormant in the public schools until the Woman's Chris- tian Temperance I'nion saw in it one of the best methods of secur- ing that which the organization was designed to secure. All good men know the great blight «if in- temperance in this and other countries, and when the W. C. T. I Department. *? Prof. 3. c. TOatte. 1 case of pneumonia, or do a* they have done here in mild Burleson county, freeze to death. Hut the most affected organ of our complicated bodies is the mysterious mass of fibers and cells known as the nervous sys- tem the only great organic dis- tinction between animals and plants. With the brain as cen- tral organ and numerous fibers makes its home for a while at least. Here, every part is twisted I!. reasoned that if all children, [° *tan*Ml wilh ¡I while yet pure an.l free, would I "!c apparatus learn the dandi s attending ¡ J™ whlct> «^real pei- on or "ego" temperance and tlu- use ol to- bacco, mo.-t of them would ne...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

i • W'f-1 «stored In «he Caldwell po u>«ce at see- •Ut-ela matter. Caldwell, Texas, Friday. Feb. 23. Thic Richmond Coaster, speak- ing of the needs of Texas savs: MWe need fewer laws, fewer leg- islators and more solid, reliable men who are bruad-tninded enough to see and help the whole state and not some particular diss." Pkkhaps no other man in the «bole state of Texan has been so extensively advertised within the last few weeks as Roger y. Mills. If a man should read all that has been said about Mills and the tax bill he would have to be bored full of holes and run through a cane press before bis system would be thoroughly purged. Thi: Bastrop Yidette last week entered the second year of its ca- reer, and in a most ' promising condition, too. Brother Parks takes a half-es pressed delight in smiling at the ruin he has caused with those who sought to tear the Vidette down, and he pledges re- newed fealty to his friends who have helped him to climb the hills that hdve been in his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

C. T. Helvey went up topelton Monday on business. Mrs. Kliza King* went to Austin this week to visit relatives. Geo. L. Porter, prominent man of Houston, was here Tuesday. Mrs. John Philp left Wednes- day to spend a few days in Cam- eron. Oapt. M. L. Womack is to he numbered anions the sick thin week. Born- Wednesday m rning, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kallus, a daughter. Will McArthur left Thursday for Palestine where he will stay indefinitely. Dr. J. P. Oliver left Thursday morning to visit his mother in New- Orleans. M iss Lillian Barclay spent Sat- urday and Sunday with her sis- ter in Milano. Miss I voui.sc (ioodlett, of Bren* ham, is visiting Miss Hilen Hel- vey this week. J. R. Hartgrav es went t<• Con- roe Monday on business, return- ing Wednesday. l)r. and Mrs. J. I?. Honcycut. of Hookerville, were in the me- tropolis Tuesday. 0. S. K. Holland, traveling'audi- tor for the Houston Post, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs, Clyde Clark, after a visit of a week to relatives in Conroe, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

NEWS LEIIOL bL mt- mm,.- BP m i ■ Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Borrow nkws-Chnonici.k: The story that Go ver nor Roose- velt ¡h in the field a* a candidate for the republican presidential nomination has found a sufficient number of believers among the McKinlc/ites to make it more im- portant than it seemed to be when it reached Washington several days ago. It is now said that there is a Roosevelt machine, and that it is plentifully supplied with noney, and is already dickering witb t|je men who usually control delegations from the southern states to republican national con- ventions; that Roosevelt's posi- tive refusal to be a candidate for vice-president and his declaration a&ainst tie Nicaragua canal treaty and in favor of absolute American control of the canal was a part of his scheme to attract the support of tbe anti-McKinley re- publicans. A considerable num- ber of republicans in both senate and house would be glad to see McKinley defeated for the nomi- nation by Roosevelt ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

' ;,p ^ ) CALDWELL rilo nPT is 9BS 1 ===== 8omkmviu.k, Tkx., Feb. 13. RptTOjt Nbwh-Cmkonici.k: Of late I have seen many arli- clee in different papers written on the subject of the black man, and that, too, in a large part writ* ten by people who know but little of their own race, much lens the blacks. The Mubject being a grave one and of ku much impor- tance to both white and black, 1 feel inclined to utate a few *imple facts in order that some people who do not know may understand the true relation existing between the two races, thereby better solving the perplexing question. Having studied the traits of all races, especially that of the negro, and having lived among them from infancy, I believe I know whereof I write. The white" and black man are the two extremes in all traits of character and color, all others be- ing the intermediates. These different traits are fixed and as true a* the sun. They may be cultivated like everything else on earth, but when turned loose will run b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 February 1900

«láM MfcrtBA tit v"j,i.-Tdi . it T- —The two-year-old non of Joe Sonrovik, Jr., who live* about one and a half mile* from town, died Tuesday of diphtheria. •—Our Brymer communication came in Thursday at 4 o'clock p. m., entirely too late for publica- tion. Hurry up just a little. —Aa moat people know, yes- terday was Waaiigton's birth- day. though it passed without the beat of a drum or an oration. —L. C. Meyer sold his float line last week to Tom Broaddus. Tom seems to understand the business, and no doubt is a good man for the trade. —Hunt & Joiner have placed in their grocery store a high-patent and up-to-date corn popper and goober roaster. It is the boss of machines and seems to work to perfection. —At a meeting Tuesday night at the Presbyterian church arrangements were made to have Brother Smith, the pastor, preach here two Sundays in each month. The Presbyterians are also con- templating building a parsonage soon and are on the lookout for some suitable property that wiy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

" < ' ' ' •' ' ' r '' '' Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XX. OUK AIM IS THE UREA TEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. NO. 40. &rom Our fflurai Staff. I _ _ _ . ♦ IIIK. 111x. TVtan. February -«>. I'M* , gorro* NKWS'Chmomci.M; A gloom was cast over our com- munity Sunday morning' by the announcement of the death of W. B. Jackson, an «>U! ami respected citizen, who died at Rita Saturday night, after an Mines* of only a few hour*. Although he had been in feeble health for some time, he clearing land, building, and re- pairing fences*, han been done this winter than in a long time. We hear considerable talk of get- ting the corn planted by the 10th of March. We were worry it was decided to abandon the idea of having a concert at the close of school next month. Cause: Some failed to put in an appearance who had , , promised to take part. It seems was able to perform some light . .. ; . r t ■ ...

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

i m m>r k l#:'; B lis m The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. "TI Buctel «t ItooiI" gage in the most disreputable Tb i. the~7ery .pproprla.e I *«• ■• °f •ame by which a "saloon-keeper ;the l nd- lcí him •« hi kV- out near £1 Paso designates his The CMMtm W« Have Lost. The recent bereavements suf- place of business. This saloon-; keeper, at least, seems to appre- ciate the eternal fitness o." things. ^ If any of my acquaintance, '««d by this community nave of think of 'launching into the wh -1 ten brought to my mind an ex kv business and find diSculty P"*" ? of I.amb: I have lost in .electing an appropriate name m>' children. And yet, accu- fir their "place." 1 would like to ratel>' «peak.ng, our little chil- suggest a. eminently suited ,„! dren who have died are not lo t. the business, one of the follow-! 1 Mved. 1 be ch.ldren ing names: "The Tierce of h ve lo8t a« n0' «■">" ho Tears," or "The Kit of Broken ,n childhood and went on to Hearts/' "The Batrel of Blight- ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

I I I I Mj •« V I .V Í, ' V-Í • iiiiOé <<1111 «¡Iiiiitiifili iiiiiiinniiiKiii ÉiiíiÉiiiiIÍÉi '| ' li BÉlllrtillillllWWMliÉilUlftij^liliMlltllpillHl iU'lA m, S pre*. 3. C. VBatts. My curto ity hüM been much excited within the lu t week by the vast numbers and curious workings of the common little black bird. Having been accus- tomed to observe them and their habits ever since the daun of my recollection, I had long since con- cluded that nothing worthy of Htudy could attend them; they were only common black birds. The cocks, with their strong beaks, bright and timid, vet dar- ing1 eye. and their beautiful dead black coat, were not the white- winged rovers or the red-winged dandies, but the common black rogues, as some people call them. ¡dering, their movements incom- | prehensible, and if it were not for the great character of the orni- thologist it would not be long un- til his story would be accredited to a vagary of his, rather than rational description. We who have never se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

DID VISIT Til BrltUb War Office In Lofldc-: m Saiday TO MAR UTIST WAS NEWS. lit CIiImm of the British Vetro#oIli Ap. to Have aa 4kMing r«lU> U lord Robert*. London. Fob. 27. — Perhaps never before in the course of tlx present campaign have suet crowds visited the war office ui went there Sunday. As the Time remarks: "The dearth of new; is somewhat trying ut utime whet a considerable success wus gener- ally regarded as imminent." Mo dimunition of confidence it Lord Roberts is felt, however,ant the public is ready to believe thai bo has good reasons for not men- tioning Cien. Cronje in the ofticia dispatches. Probably he is in nt hurry to end the situation which is daily bringing small parties ol Boars in a vain endeavor to rein* force Gen. Cronje. These he cac doal with in detail. Lord Roberts has already capt- ured orar 500 Boers, and at this rata ha will toon bare quite a re apectable array of prisoners tc hold as hoatage for the 3000 Brit- aah already in Pretoria. Gen. Cronje's...

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

requires more verMtility the average citizen posees- (o successfully handle both s and a political contest, and or the other must be neglcct* ed. There scemtt to be an ele- ment of incompatibility in the two profession which renders them absolutely hostile. A man cannot run u mowing machine and a political machine at the same time, for either of these will require all the time and at- tention of the individual. Crop may grow while the political far- mer i« working for the party, but mo also will the weeds, and weed seem to grow better on a politi- cian's farm than anywhere else. Farmers should be politicians to the extent of reading and studv- r , , . , i Of the political question* o( lhe '«'Ifht «ng.nolmif n«r it, or t d.y, .nri utilizing all the mean of " 00 ,ts dc"lina,lun 10 information at their command, and form opinions based thereon, attend primaries and general elections, and vote their honest sentiments. If farmers would do this, there would be no further need of political ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

'pf ' i THE CALDWELL MW8 CmOKlCU. CALDWELL. TEM. . MAT, ML, la Ike Caldwell Issued Every Frld.v Morning. lontns nth* DM s £6 Advertising Rstss. All advertising on tratpago will be charged fícente per loen «trulght, with no reduction for large ida. Display idi one Insertion twenty cento per fnen; two Insertions thirty-live cento pat took; on* month sixty cento per Inch. Local ratos seven and one-half cento per Mm trst Insertion and Ave cento per line «•eh subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of entertainment* given for religions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar ratos. Legal notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred words Brat Insertion and AO cento per bun- a red words each subsequent Insertion. The Naws-Omtomou desires a corres- pondent at every uostoflce in the county, and In exchange wfll furnish the paper, sta- tionery aud postage free. Will be pleased tci correspond with any one on the subject. Caldwell, Texas, Friday, March 2. This p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

WIBPrríísíwHH ; $' >3 !ií' *v^| 11 #? 9H ¡Pl 1 NEW BRAND NEW *10$ % ■ —From a Pin to a Silk Drew. That's our new spring stock. It has never keen duplicated in the history of Caldwell* and the same old man, MR. LOW PRICE, is still working for us. Fifteen hundred dollars worth of embroideries, laces and inserting to match, all overs, etc. Every thing newest and latest of its kind. Come early and get your pick. D.LEVI, ORIGINATOR OF CUT PRICES. mmmwmmmwwww PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I ysWMX n T TTT-rr-i'riri'1 r ~ m - f Mrs. J. M. Kagan and little daughter, Lucy, aro in St. Louis thi* week. Rev. J. W. Smith went to Mav- ticld Sunday, to till his regular appointnu-nt. Colonel (Irifttn, of Lyons, was shaking hands with Caldwell . iti- zens Monday. Misn Annie Laura Lee returned Friday from a visit to Miss Ad- am*, of Lyons. Mrs. W. A. Kddins returned Monday from a short visit t<> rela- tive in Brenham. Rev. W. B. Rhodes, missionary of Little River Baptist associa- tion, was in t< \vn Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

¥''í, Kf.' v: m Hp fe mmmmÉiiá l, D. C., Feb. 23. EDITO* NKWt-CHBOMICUi: The democratic national com- mittee, which met in Washington this week to name the time and place for holding the national con- vention, did not pleaae everyone, but they came about as near to it aa any committee ever did. In the very nature of things such decisions must fcause some per- aonal disappointments, but the rank and file are pleased with both city and date, and better pleased with the reports of the members of the committee on the steadily increasing brightness of democratic prospects. X t X Democratic speeches, against the Puerto Rico tariff bill have made it clear that the democratic construction of the constitution as it applies, or should apply, to Puerto Rico is the proper one and is upheld by the contentions of a long line of statesmen as well as by decisions of the supreme court. So many good speeches have been made by the democrats that it seems unjust to mention any particular one, but the f...

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

' áí In will be reincorpórale^ into S city of lite Cml class. TI10 postoHie# al Wiltiioulli luí ordered dineon tinned. The l« -.•« of Iiv < stock km fnr thi.« winter ii reported ven small. J. M Tuvlar, il'iiii:* ,i dry good* business at hiui'Hi, made ,in as* tUglIllK id . Abe l.ove, un !' <1 ti *1* , « ii •Iruek l y n mviteli «• «• <;t< nt |i«mih- luti and i ii.otillit I v I i iIi.nl. A linger ivuagi. ni i ¡i li.i. i«i'i n ríe#. planted ni Nci.irro i-ver before; been pl. The water work ville íh Im• nyr ciliar date l! i" iiit ii ¡im'iI (••i. . The l-ii iii • - )n «< n al l >«lili un. i« stoek > f gt fin . Tlif tw. MeCiutc. I went Miro. N'. w York partí. for petroleum mi 'h coum nt Mi l/'ini"i> eotl titles. W illic Yoakum. n >u ni v lid. lint .1 (o Iban li ií nt (Jreen .it t -11•11>i< i - ti ,-«'r «a* One box oTTutt's Pilis many dollars in doctors' bills They will surely cure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels. No Reekie* Assertion For sick h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 March 1900

li —Severtí of the young people enjoyed a pleasant social last Fri- day night at the home of Mi Mabel Williams, given in honor of Miss May Higgaaon. —A crisp and concise article from R. A. Brantley on the "Southern Man and His Needs," was crowded out this week, but we will try to have it in type for next week. —Messrs. Whitney and Slay, of Covington Prairie, were in town Thursday and carried out a large supply of material for use in manufacturing brooms. They recently sold ninety-five dozen brooms of their own make in Caldwell. —J. R. Heslep and the Presby- terian congregation have recently purchased the old Gee place in front of S. B. Murray's, and the Presbyterians are contemplating building a parsonage thereon soon. Mr. Heslep is also think- ing of having a residence erected on the property. —Remember that Saturday is the day set for the cotton mill meeting. If this meeting should be a failure, enthusiasm is going to cool quite perceptibly. It has been reported that H, H. Har- gr...

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

MUM Jr ■ #•r' Caldwell News-Chronicle. our aim is the greatest benefit to the farmers and working people of burleson county. VOL. XX. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. NO. 41. NIX. 1**10. Hix. Te*a . March fitilTOM Nkws-1 iihuski.k: Corn planting is in full blast, and the squeak of the rusty planter is heard on all sides. We PROVIDENCE.. Pki>\iiiitnch, Tex,, March 5. kkitok nhu «-(_'llkn.mci.k : There is not much news in this community. Sundav Providence church met March 7. *£************************ SOMWVUU. "j ^ j homkmvillr. Tex Í Jrom Our Stunt! Staff. S ™., « night after a sickness of only a 4|k4|t4|k4|k4fti|k1|k4|k4|t few days. He died of pneu- monia. He leaves a wife and two children. Amos Ralph is looking after the store. Mrs. Harkin and little boy are also sick. Mr. and Kirs. John Harkin are both sick with the usual com- plaints going over the country. John Zimmerman is taking a lay olí from his work for the benefit of his health. believe there is ...

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

■■¡■■■■■■■■■HI -i y-"*™.' ^ The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. fi_ In reply to the question, "What is the greatest need of France?" Napoleon answered, "Mothers." A boy gets his notions of business and politics from his father, but his moral and religious notions he receives most largely from his mother. No richer heritage ever descended to a boy than to have had a devout and fervent Chris- tian woman for bis mother. The preachers, by their sermons, win some to Christ, but the memory of prayer and song and scripture heard first from the lipa of a mother win more. No more serious danger threatens our country than .that mothers shall cease to be the first and most faithful religious instructors of their children. The land will never go utterly to the bad so long as our homes are presided over by the Christ-crowned queen of motherhood. No vicious influ- ence will ever be able to kill the faith or destroy the principles in- stilled bv the teaching and exam- ple of the God-fearing mo...

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

Wt prof. 3. c. VUtte. Strev Ttiiu|hi«. grown up children in our pan* The la t report of CommiH> h'un54, '00 niany of uh, as we r Harria shows that there «row 0,der'seem on,yto increase about seventeen million pu- olir capacity for sorrow, grief, pila in the United States, nine per! Pain' disappointment, regret and cent, of whom arc in the private ^ai'urc* schools, and Texas has over six' We have dwelt so long in a state hundred thousand within her bor- of ""happiness that we have come dern. to think there can be no other j upon this earth. K ven our strong- Some nolle it.ition is f ¡t among tnen fall victims of their own leading educators in Texas over iBCk of self-control. Life, then, the attitude of the new ta* lvJljaH nearly all of us live it, is a toward the school interests. Tin ¡downright failure. present t« N in eighteen cents and 1 it must continue to be a failure the new hill is intended to lower i so long as we do not know the full it to twelve and a half cents. 11' moa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 March 1900

. MIST, •.HOUSTON 1 Batarad In the Caldwell po to«ce a mo- Mi-«lias matter. laaued Every Friday Morning. Subscription RitM. On Year — Úi Month* .. Pour Monin Two Months Advertising Rate . m H All advertising on first page will be charged «•cents per Inch straight, with uo reduction for large ads. Display ads one Insertion twenty cents (Mr Irion: two insertion* thirty-five cents par Inch; one month sixty cents per Inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents ur line first insertion and five cents per line •Mb subsequent insertion. Obituaries, cards ot thanks and notices of catertalnment* given for religions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. ¡Ky'? '' I W. t ^ first insertion and 50" cents'per bun- words each subsequent Insertion. The N*WK-CBt OKicr.it desires a corros- poBdont at every postoHice in the county, aaa In exchange wfll furnish the paper, sta- tionery and postage free. Will be pleased to correspond with any one on the subject. || mm m fe. mr Caldw...

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