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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

wMtatlnf tfnckofdoud. It was only • «bootlr g sttr, but to the unlet mtd moooUin boy it i>«-«ru* d A Bifu Irom he\ve , <> ewilt mid «listín t m i fi 1 him with terror. lid iutbtd b*ck to tbs kitchen, d*s«d and aw« I'rkken, and gad of th« ftifndly light of the pice knots, and the tender polioi'ude of Aunt Dlb'y b- ut Ma mpt er. Me crept up to l ie bed in tbe lott, where he cuu.d a«<< through the op*n thinka the la t tlar extin- gnl*h d by the creeping cloud*. Ae Joe had predicted, anow fell in th« night. It might have daunt d the boy at any other time for Lanty knew that the ui untaio- «•ra lined evtry foo piiu\ and WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER. Proa, our rotular aarr« |KHidaat. W tuhlnxiun. h« |)Utiiil)t>r «. \Wi. It bai ulwavH Ik en oorsidered the proper thing to make «upport of tfat r ational pi ai form of a politi- cal party the teat oí a. man'a loy- alty to his party. The platform adopted by a party in national convention i i the only authentio declarati- n of the pr...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 September 1897

The Local Happenings. Railway Time Ctird. bound. ... bound |«tli Freight li :<tp. 01 . ...tt:£ka.ni 41 P- ■> |:HÍ m It:9S . m . ...11:90 . tn T. M. Yoang of Galveston wu here Wednesday. H. C. Goodwin, of Tunis, left for Waco Tuesday. H. H. Bonner of Corsicsns, was In the city this week. T. P. Marshall, of Dallaa, was in the city this week. R R. Geisenichlog of Sebesta, was in town Thursday. Mise Mamie Wilaon of thia city is visiting in Navtsota. * Shirley Hopkins of Giddinge is viailing friends in the city. 8ol Harris, a Galeeaton drum- mer, was in the city thia week. Mrs. J. W. Chambers, of Bren- hsm, was in the city thia week. li. F. Lyons oí Rockdale was at the Bagadale Heme on Mocday. Bruce Banka ia still very sick. He suffered a great deal Sunday. W. B. Slay, of Cedar Cr*«k. wu in town on business on Wednesday. Mike Hampton, of Waco, gave this tffice a pleasant call Wednes- day. Miss Anna Klukan will leave Sunday for Sherman to attend col- lege. John Alexander, Jr., has s...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 September 1897

Kto■■■ ■' , it ■ ,-x • 1 &V > KUiJH w; % 97 Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIIL CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1897. NO. 19. J. F. Cobb's Price List For Spot Cash Buyers. STAPLES. Harmony Shirting Print* 3 Standard Dre '« 4 Columbia Indigo Blue Print* 4 Slater Cambric Dre** Lining* 4 Hamilton i >il Red and Indigo ltluc Drra* Print* 5 Simpson Black*. Fancies and Grey*. Dre** Prints .. 5 Solid Oil Culnml Print* 5 Arlington Cotton Check* ami Plaid 3 Cape Fear •• " •• '• 4 Rescue •• 5 Amo*keag Check Gingham* 5 Pre * Style Gingham* 5, 6V fH Buckingham Hickory 5 Amo*krag Be t (Jnality Hickory 8}j K« !ip*c 27-inch Cheviot 7 Edinburgh Cheviot 7)i (¿olden Chain 31-inch Cheviot H',j Mutcofec 2**-inch Matt re * Tick 5 Old Homestead Fancy Tick 10 Eureka No. 34) Feather Tick. 10 amn«ki>iv a r a Feather Tic. .. ú Starter 4-4 Huft Fini*h, no *tarch, Bleached Domestic 4 Juanita 4-4 Good Value Bleached Ikimestic 5 Hlack*tone A. A. 4-4 Bleached I*om«*tic I/vnadal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 September 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE K *** ■— mo«t * joinre.f.dituiu asb PawiumH A woman in St. Louis threw a brick-bat at A man and sent him to Iba hospital with a broken bead. Another aommplishmsnt for the aaw woman that will oome in light iiaadj at times in her battle with the world.—ritt-barg U«ette. The trade union oongreas in ses- aion at Birmingham, England, laat week passed a resolution deolaring that the best inUreat of labor ar,d prodcc.ive industry demand;* an international settlement of the monetary question, to the end that jwr of exchange between gold and dUver may be established through- oat the world—Cameron Herald. "Youh husband is edLitoi of the paper, 1 believe?" said the neigh- bor who hsd dropped in to make a friendly call. "Yes/' '«And as jou have no family, and have a good deal of leisure on your hands, you assist him now and then in his editorial work, I dare say?'* "Ob, yee,'' answered ths wile of the newspaper man, hiding her straw berry-stained fingera under her aproo; **I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 September 1897

1 «/ «US YELLOW JACK SCARE* «y md ill snc'i dtsger- wis (iUriM, «mi |d uk« such ao- lion v* r%rtj out isd enfor< • Mid qutrsntin aa may be provided by tsw. 8- id quina bi to go Into eff- ct «I 1*2 o'clock midnight, on 8spt* mlKir 281, 1897, after wbiob TUB BTATB, COUNTY AMD TOWN Or CALDWELL ALL HAVE THE YELLOW FEVEE-PRIONT. The County nnd City Htv« Both Issued Rigid Qnaran- tino Against A11 Points. No Trains Allowed to Stop In the County. All day Wedneedey, all night Wednesday night and all day yes terday wild rumora of every con ceivabl* f^e cripiion war* flying •round and p# -pl in C<ld«rcl! didn't know what to iuske of the situation. R-pT*" w-r# curr-nt for a while that tb«r«* wfru raese of yol low <• ver in Breuhun, (Jorro?, Navar. oía, Bryan, Ben.mont, Oratgs, K'ickdalf, 11 mpsuad and almost any other point ene night liaten for. When the matter was thorough- ly sifted It was fiun<i that there wee a cas* of black jaundice or swamp f(tv*-r in Beaumont, and the patient...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 September 1897

f: mBP' M; ; m/: •A V.,> *■ Í 4 RURAL ELECTROCUTION. . *7. *• , Morton Hijdn, 1s «laokiflUo to tki Clementon Kite- trie Light A Power Company. I call bit j «feus, for wi and room-mato# at tha Instants of Technology; and although ha choee eUctiicily, «hila I look chemistry, wa agreed to "kaap in sight'' of aach other after graduation. Aa it cbaeoed, I immediately secured a poaition at 4 aupar" at Aba Pancoesi paper-pulp mi It at Becket's falla, and Marion took service with the Cllmenton El c- irie C mpaoj, which hu ita plant of tsi bin* a and dynamoe on tba 0 her side of Uie falls, but carries i* el-ctric power, br copear wire Oiiiduour, lour miles oeeilsnd to Clementon vi'l ge, the 1 hire town cf th« uoui ty. Tf" ugh a sult>i i I* paper m 11 is anything but an earthly paraüiee, 1 bad, on the whole, the easier and better aituation of the two, for Mertou waa iu tfce serves of a company with scanty capitel. They did not sllow him h« lp enough, and he waa often 00m pel led to work...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 September 1897

"v ' bU nao, pulliog beau. Af (t>in hi. («m man In, ln(| dOttirt ooma.01. plicas, I fltl' .,1 Ki- atWntiou to the f*c\ that hl- had pnt u« in uut liul d "What woe you in ¿r™'JL,r for, aojh.wi" ^JP"'nr roughly. < ft baa fliea fur it hivft. H«t oar- taioljr rearned In know exactly wo r to luok f r hie bull. Meting "Turk'* lying among the oruahi (1 bmkrv, he approaohed ftod b-oked n)1 arrund v*ry e«r«fullv. exefcimtd, Then la uuchtd the bull with bis bull "Anol'aV Mr.^yar-, V/T1 *Hiy Mr. Hayn* " I fr« i boot mu, but junpad back, evi- aa H .*e«i ly r«c iving h -buck, Thsrt- d, U|x*ti he wmii t « ut of on kuo n IiiUi, m o J0U di> >li, * 1 * • v«« I'?l0«° •' of"".' lie turned mltli a rod ii gb , and qijf.. Ynn 7 ' "« re:urneu ft lift ft ro«1 in bis ELZSÍV"* rn ' ¡bui d' wh,ch •• 1 in>- «♦nh ItfiiM4rl.1T V til I •. 1* ft hollow |ltfg Oh, I *ue « i l l Turk will lo >k , tub* about two feet Ions, in one Súcklinff1"*''lie _í * My®í8. • ud vi which waa fixed an old. chuckling...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 September 1897

Bt Hallway Time Cord. ed eo • • • ..•••••«•«•••••••• bound M Vrelc lit... I .It:* a. I .... 1:41 p. I .... .. .11; a. i . .11:10 e. I Mil Parktr of Bryan was In town Wedneaday. Mias Ida Whittington returned Wedneeday from Beaumont. Mias Mamie Wilton returned home from Navaaota last week. Miaa Belle Jenkina ia viaiiing bar aiatcr, Mra. Barnatt, of Bren> Mre. E H. Bainett of Branbam la viaiting the family of her father, W. H. Jtnkina. Mra. Morria L. Womack, of Hooaton, is viaiting her parents, Dr. and Mis. J. W. Matthews. The young people of the eity had an entertainment al the resi- dence of T. F. Hudson Tuesday even leg. J. F. Cobb prominently dis- pleya his wsree and pi ices on our first psge this week. The ad is worth perusirg. Misa Henría Adkine on, who has bsen visiting relatives in Houston tot the pan six weeks, returned Wednesday evening. J, D. Rowland haa moved his billiard room to the buildiag va- cated by T. F. Hudson and the A. T. Hudson stock of goods. T. F. Hudsin has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

ffwi • •' , V v . • . ■ A, " . n^tA «i ' J^Ky W?V «r" -■ •-^m m. CS ■ mu ^ iflUV] j ji/.T ] «i n m ■ e. ■akú [I. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1897. 3a wwwwwwvm£ That Wave of Prosperity. Mill Texas is "not in it," but wc were promised it and kinder looked for it and bought accordingly, so we find ourselves badly overstocked for the present condition of af- fairs, especially so in clothing, and, of course, you know there has been a big ad- vance in these goods lately. Hut wc bought our clothing in May, when prices were the lowest we ever saw, and we have them marked in plain figures at a small mar- gin of profit. You will never see prices as low again as long as Mr. McKinlcy is President of these I'nited States. For Instance: H«re ore a F«w "Hot Numbers." Lot 1506 Men'* Heavy Satinet Suit $1 75 L<>t 5016 Men' Black Cheviot Suit* 4(10 L->t 1610 Men'* Black Mixturen, All Wool Suit* 5 00 L-t ItiOH Mcu'h Brown " •' " 44 5 00 Lot 7314 Men's Black Clay Wors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

-i- mf Eij mQ MERCHANT AND PRINTER. laaacd every Friday ti Caldwell, Torna. If the editor would print everything- they know, the price of tar, feathers and ammunition would go up wonderfully. So would editor . Richmond Coaster. To bk sure this is an ex- ceptionally dull fall, but it it* ho all over the state where farmer ve rained little but 5 cent cot" Raise everything and have something to market the year round.—Scaly ATews. A republican paper in discus- sing' the policy of McKinley, asks, «Where will the administration land us? If by means «us he means the republican party, the answer is easy. In the soup, of course.—fíe/ton Rcpporter. Pkksidknt McKinlky now has the unmitigated gall to a k the American people to help the fam- ishing-Cubans. He oug-ht to prac- tice what he preaches. If he had let the American people use their judgment the Cubans would not need help.—Richmond Coaster. Thk law should not humiliate jurors in criminal cases the way it does. It is bad enough for a man ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

•t ; *m3Fr sh Sale gC Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, jV Traps, BucKboards, Hacks, f Spring WagoQS — . . . . Af)d AH KM of V«hlcl> Will Occur Tuesday, Wednesday and Thvrsdag, December 21,22 and 11. This will be the Greatest Slaughter of Prices ever known to the Vehicle trade of Texas. If you need a Vehicle of any kind, or expect to ever need one you cannot afford to miss thin opportunity. My prices have always been exceedingly cheap, as I buy in carload lots only, but these three days prices will be cut with a big slash. Prices made ;it this sale will most positively not be made afterward. More TI>ao 150 Vehicles In Stocfc. ■ ' 1 1 ■ " More Than 30 Styles to Selcct prom. Renu mber all sales made on these 3 days are for spot cash to everyone. Many of the fittest and choicest Vehicles will be marked down at less than original cost. Come early and get first choice. Yours Very Truly, ® <§> $ JOHN Q. TflBOR, Bryan, Texas #|$| 3 ? i ii WOULN AMD PROGRESS. is j. li- lt M the state ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

im ■■ ■ ■p ■■'Jv, === 5W™ ip^a| =BBB . —— Mty M Oaldwsll. Tnu. n— OMwril -elaas MTI ... toMMfly iNMp two Insertions thirty-®* «Mito th tlitjr ivnu per Indi. ¿£s£5 kalf c •w mate SMS Obituaries. card* of tk«akiud BOtlfNS U riven fur religions «due or ekaritaUc iwrpx t half nmiefi of ail kind* MM per hundred ' fi* j «óXlñt Inwrtlon and MTeauia per baa dfwd «urdí earh ubmioeal Insertfam. Positively no rednetions «01 be tram above rates. The dwlrw a I ■undent at every amuillw In the rounty, aad in exchange will furnish üw papar. U- tlonrrjr and postage Ira - Will be pleated k' tonrnpmd with any om on tbe «abject. B «UMOMOTION it ATM i Year Montfcs roe Monta . • i ® 90 Caldwell, Tex., Friday, December 10. Raise more stuff that you can eat and lena to Bell and you will do far better. Gkmianv's prompt action in de- maadh* indemnity aad apolo- riesfran Hayti for mistreating one of her citbena, though nav oriny somewhat of the bully, in to be commended. Tbe action of the German oficiala cont...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

Buy Your n-—1 I am the "warm mustard" on Low Prices. I carry more Hardware—Sell more Hardware than all of the Hardware Houses in Caldwell and Bryan put together; therefore I can sell at prices that they cannot reach. See Me for Plow Goods! —« — HERE ARE SOME PRICES} Sboe Nails. 2 packages Be f FiQt Heatlofl Stove Shoe Stand, 3 Lasts 50c ••inch Plates, per set 25c 7-Inch Plates, per set 35c Knives and porKs. per set 40c Tea Spoons, per stt 5C A Good fix handle 5c $k.so Good fix aQd Handle 55 A Good Saw 45 A Good Hatchet 25 Three Boys' Kolves 10 One Stove Shovel 05 Oije Coffee Mill 25 And Thousand* of Other Thin** Equally a* Cheap but Too Numerous to Mention. Two cars of Oliver Chilled and steam beam plows; two cars of Avery steel beam plows, one car steel sweeps, and two cars of Diamond barb wire—the lonjj reacher—100 pounds runs 700 yards, 260 pounds runs a mile; one car of wrought iron pipe; one car of blacksmith coal; collars, hames, back bands, trace chains, window glass, paints,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

BBS Í| £ ¿V' $ ; ft .1 saj tib it the buaineaa of congreaa for tile interest* of or only to do what ¡y thinkM will be benefi- himandto the republican ? Such a question would to admit óf but one answer. McKinley in seeking- the of Czar Reed and Mr. Cannon n of the houae com- littee on appropriation , to pre- the house legislating for the e people. Because the Ding- tariff law has failed to pro the money needed to prop- erly carry on the government, and because lie does not dare to tell congress so and ask for ad Ji- tional tariff legislation to furnish more revenue,McKinley wants to deprive the people who pay the keavy taxes called for by the Dingley tariff of privileges to which they are clearly entitled. If Reed enters the deal—Cannon lum already done ho— no public building bill, no matter how ur- gent the need, will be allowed to go through the house; no bill pro- viding for the payment of any private claim against the govern- ment, no matter how just it is aor how much those to w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

Ranch. It took funny that people all over Texas, clear up into the up into the moun- yam the local market * of T< SO to 75 cent per bimhcl. Prof. Price, in hia book on potato cul- ture, *howM the yield of yellow tains, will plant cotton, cotton yums to be about 200 bushels per and cotton only, aH a main crop.' iu re at the Georffia Station, at «Why is it? one farmer nay*, "le Louiaiana Station over 300 and he voicen the reanon of many, ¡ bunhels, at the Texas Station about 100 bushels. The vine- Ichh yam, equally as good a potato, gave the following yields «cotton in our only money crop; it will bring money at some price. This statement in half truth and half error. «It will bring- money !a* the different Htations per acre at some price, íh true, but thiH in 1H04: Georgia, 173 buahela; year it is very little it is bring- j Lrfw¡«iana, 3J7 bushels; Texaa. ing. But we take innue with the1 ^ buHheln. At SO cents per •other statement, that «it is the! bushel, which is less than the o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 December 1897

éwmbi and Local. m Miss Carrie Carroll han den- Homer Lam kin was in Gal ven- tail Monday Cary Newcomb ban dengue for thr second time. Haynes Shannon, of Navasota, cine over Tuesday. Judge Moore, of the bottom, was in town Thursday. Jesse Jenkins made a flying trip to Brenham Monday. J. R. Pillow, of Lyons, wan in Burleson's capital thin week. Jamen Simmons, a cotton buyer of Lyons, was in the city Monday. Charley Porter, who has been 91 for some time is reported bet- Dr. J. P. Sparks of Hix was in the city Wednesday and Thurs- day. Tom McDade was placed in Jail Wednesday on a charge of burglary. W. M. Stone is in Bryan at- tending the Methodist annual conference. Mrs. Stubbleticld, of Belton, is visiting1 the family of Ben F. Delamater. Mrs. Robert Heslep left Sun- day for a visit with her parents ¿a Navasota. Judge Goodwin of Tunta was sailing on his friends in the capi- tal this week. Mrs. James Hill, who has been aeriouüly ÜJ, is now reported to be doing better. Mir. John Alexan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

mm wm VOL. XV1IL CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1897. NO. 31. That Wave of Prosperity. Texas is "not in it," but we were promised it and kinder looked for it and bought accordingly, so we find ourselves badly overstocked for the present condition of af- fairs, especially so in clothing, and, of course, you know there has been a big ad- vance in these goods lately. But we bought our clothing in May, when prices were the lowest we ever saw, and we have them marked in plain figures at a small mar- gin of profit. You will never see prices as low again as long as Mr. McKinley is President of these 1'nited States. For Instance: Hera are a F«w "Hot Numbers." Lot 1506 Men' Heavy Satinet Suits $1 75 Uit 5016 Men'* Black Cheviot Suit* 4 00 Lot UilO Men' Black Misture , All Wool Suit* 5 00 Lot um Men' Brown " *4 " " S 00 Lot 7314 Men'* Black Clay Worsted Suits 6 00 fc! ^# Men'* All Wool, High Grade, Clay lit «¡30 ) Worsted Suit* 7 SO Lot <>*>49 Men's Black and ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

' ■feSi, v-^ ■ 4' w, %) m m Hr m :o/j* Vf¿ ÉH Hfc É3£¿- n biw, i""" '•«& imfintomn * i fell , «yM MU| a* Caldwell. Teiu. A oood review of the preai- Aant'a neaaife by the Houston Poet will be found in another It is worth reading1 too. Am Oklahomagirlad vertmed for a husband. She found him, and the advertisement and wedding outfit cot * $110. Within 11 BMBths her husband died leaving ^•r (6,000 insurance on his life. Who says advertising does not w' «Only onk, he pleaded. She looked at him in surprise. «One little kiss, he persisted. «Oh, all right, she replied carelessly, «If you are foolish enough to start the press for a single impression go ahead, but it doesn't seem to me it pay .—Conroc Courier. A man read an advertisement lor a «flea killer. He answered it with a dollar and recei ved a wood- en maul and a block of wood, num- bered 1 and 2. The directions read: «Place the flea upon No. 2-and hit him with No. 1. If that don't kill him, hit him again. — &*. Wnx our mercha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

nd Holiday .9f, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Traps, Buckboards, Hacks, Spring Wagons. -Mm ■ Ai>d All Klod* of Vehicles Will Occur Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. December 31,23 and 21. This will lie the Greatest Slaughter of Prices ever known to the Vehicle trade of Texas. If you need a Vehicle «f any kind, or expect to ever need one you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. My prices have always been exceedingly cheap, as I buy in carload lots only, but these three days prices will be cut with a big slash. Prices made at this sale will most positively not be made afterward. More Tl)ai) 150 Vehicles in Stock- More Than 30 Styles to Stlcct prom. Remember all sales made on these 3 days are for spot cash to everyone. Many of the finest and choicest Vehicles will be marked down at less than original cost. Come early and get first choice. Yours Very Truly, JOHN Q. T0BOR, Bryan, Texas. m hard times, low prices, financial stringencies, etc? Whether it be overproduction, undercon- Iftp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 December 1897

«wry FrMii it Caldwell. Tesua. to Mm Caldwell pnetoMea aa «•©- MVMTMIM9 «ATM. ada on* Insertion twei MhIh ads one Insertion twenty «ir men; two lnM«rtlitnH tlilrtjr-i"« ir Inch; one month slaty cent* per Inch ¿SUm SR eenta cents bocal ratea seven and one-half centa per ■rst Insertion ami Ave centa par line subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of erialntnents riven for r*«ll*lon«. educa- *al or charitable purposes at half nwu il notices of all kinds tl-< r Hundred per ban- 1ÉIH 4*ed Words each subsequent Insertion. Positively no reductions will be made above rates. Nsws-CnaoMtRi^ desires u eorres- Icnt at every potloffrt; In the county, Eft PMi<tr im tr In exchange wfllfu lery and postare «orrespond with any I furnish the paper, sta- free. Will be pleased to r one on the subject. •UMOmPTWN MTfti ■e Year . I* Months. bree Montos ti M i m M Caldwell, Tern., Friday, December 17. TO CALDWELL'S MERCHANTS. that ap- efforts to giving' Burleson ! pearcd in y\,u...

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