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

BRAND NEW EVERYTHING «...From a Pin to a Silk Dress. That*• our new spring stock. It has never been 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.LEVL ORIGINATOR OF CUT PRICES. mm •irieirü Cr ii-if tctrtrtrtrtririi i Wf1ir4 stopped over Thursday, while on Somerville Thursday to see what PEOPLE YOU KNOW. f his way home from Dallas. ! the situation was down there. J. K. Cobb and George Marts-! Hc returned at noon, and reports field returned this morning from H'tuul'on there as very satis- J, C. Womble is up again after; St. Louis where they had been fac^or.V- a week's illness. lor two weeks buying goods. C. T. Ilelvey and family left Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kallus tllenn Heslep. who has apent i,a8t 8*lurday f°r Pasadena, Cali- have a child that is sick this week, about ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 March 1900

I m ||¡| é'h K 1 Mb ■R.Vj $m¡ P iV'V. MÍ THE >k Nkwk-Chkonici.k: The southern man i of the old Revolutionary atock—the true Waahingtonian of America. He ia hot-blooded and aspire to the higher elements of true manhood. He haa never given his entire time to studying the art of money making, hence there are but few millionaires in the south. It is not because the southern people cannot make money if they so de- aired, but they never thought great wealth necessary to make a gentleman. But the time is now here when they must give more of their time to money getting, or they will have to give themselves over to those who do. Let us stop and think for a mo- ment. Say that we cut off and refuse to receive everything that ia shipped into this state and then force ourselves to live on things of our own production. Would we not be in a remarkable plight? Not a bed to sleep upon, not a shirt to cover our bareness, not a atove to cook upon, our cotton aeed cake made up in the bark of a tree ...

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

"hórrida grnmlo" of Vir- grando" of Horace, has than in Italy been felt In ten minute the ! a hail cloud may convert district, smiling with the of an abundant harvest or into a Bi't'uo of desolation, YOU BANKRUPT in health, constitution undermined by ex- travagance in eating, by disre- garding the laws of nature, or physical capital all gone, if so, NEVER DESPAIR Tutt's Liver Pills will euro you. behind it economic ruin, hy- For sick headache, dyspepsia gienlc harm, mU >rv--iii<liyi<]iial outl ,;our 8tomachi ma|aria> torpi,i social—seldom oven palliated by the .. . , .... 1 heavy insurance which has already "ver, constipation, biliousness anticipated much of the hard-earned and all kindred diseases. sains of the husbandman. In Lon- TiiH'a I It/ai* Dilles don some 25 years ago a fog of nl- 1 Ul1 S 1-lVCr flllb most unprecedented duration and i density inflicted such damage, uo- tably on a great cattle «how held at Islington, that it was seriously pro- posed on future viti...

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

MMPPNPIPPPPMP —The American Cotton com- pany's round bale gin closed for the season Friday, after having turned out 2186 bales. —The ladies of the Presbyte- rian church will give an oyster supper ai the Kraitchar building tonight for the benefit of their church. —Talk, think and write about the new railroad. Find out what the company thinks about extend- ing it to Caldwell. We believe it is coming. —T. J. Newcomb shipped $600 worth of marble to Washington oounty Tuesday. This shows that good material is kept at Cald- well, and that some of our busi- ness men command trade beyond the borders of Burleson county. —We learn' by the latest news from Hix that Rev. J. W. George is sick with pneumonia; that bis little son, Jesse, is hardly ex- pected to live, and that others of the family are sick. J. H. Hill is also reported very low with pneu- monia and not expected to live. —It is getting to be a very com- mon thing for new business con- cerns to open up in Caldwell. This is the clearest...

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

!R#fl ' *'\>;*?Wf '"'" * •: OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AMD WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. NO. 42. J>rom Our ffiurai Staff* YfllOW PR AIM t. CHKiKHMAN, To*.. March 13. KniToK Nkws-Citkoxuij. On account of measles, our achool ,H *niai1, Tuesday morning. The dread M. « Wilhc Holt ™ ,,u.tea.ck • Another visit of the "Reaper of Flowers," another empty crib. This time it was the quite sud- den death of the infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Milliard, disease, pneumonia, Was the . , sickle used. Everything possi- Miss Carrie Thompson visited f ' , , _ t, 0' ., , | hie was done for the little suf- ferer, but all efforts proved fu- tile. Its serious condition was with measles. friends at Summit Saturday and Sunday. D« n.ng,shav,n|i anea. nol tlÍMOl cred uotiUoolnt(, Wc ® roHKlonco erected on the >n c¡¡tcnJ . for (hc be land purchased from John • Chcrls. Tom and Hob Thompson vis- ited relatives ...

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

The Spiritual Man, BY REV. JBPF D. RAY. lORWiooaoifcioooooooooooooooooogfn (Substance of an address delivered by the paator of the Caldwell Baptist church laat Sunday morning in memory of hia friend. Rev. J. W. George.) Yesterday morning, in com- pany with one of the beloved physician of our church, I started to Hix, twelve miles away, to make a brotherly visit toa neighboring pastor, who was, I had learned, seriously ill. Be- fore reaching his home we met the sad tidings that J. W. George, the beloved paator, was dead, yet we proceeded to the chamber of death and mingled our tears with those of the stricken widow and the five little orphan. Returning from the sad visit, there kept coming to my mind, and it almost seemed to my very ears, the words, "The dead pastor." Last night, when I un- dertook to outline and crystalize the sermon I meant to preach to- day, the words, "The dead pas- tor," would ring in my ears, and standing out before my very eyes would not down at my bid- ding. ...

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

*A '* % The plowshare you 9* Prof. J. c. matt*. Spring it here and with it the •ncourayements and discourage* of spring. Fields lie al- trembling with suppressed life, which will noon break forth in all itH vernnl glory, and their owners are bending every effort to make the broad acres produce that which in useful and which will increase the owners' wealth. All hand* that can be put to uve in tilling the noil must now drop what they are doing and follow the plow or sculler the seeds*. As a result, country schools look as though an epidemic had visited them and scattered the pupils, taking all the bi f boys and many of the girls. The teacher looks on the wreck of his classes and remembering the individuals of whom they were composed, reads the future by past experience and observation and is filled with the saddest of thoughts it might have been. Asa rule conditions cannot be altered. Kach parent feels like the labor cannot be lost, even though it i bought with the price of a month o...

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

¡p§! mw fi; tte Caldwell poatoMee m wo- luued Every Friday Moming. iNMKriltttoa RatM. frtó. loarMonto Two Month . "" SO Advertising Rati*. Ail advertUlnKon Unit pugo will be cliurxed tcent per Inch Mrtdxlit. with no reduction r large ad*. Display ad one Insertion twenty cent* Civ inch: two ln*ortlon thlrty-flve cent IV Inch: one month sixty pent per inch. J I rate «even and one-half cent# nor r t Insertion and live cents per line subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, card of thanks and notice of Stortalnment* viven for religions, eduoa- inal or charitable purposes at half regu- Fl Local i Irs Local notices of all kind 11.00 per hundred «oras flrst Insertion and 80 cents per bun- «¡red word each subsequent ln ertiion. The N*ws-Cbbo ioi.« desires a corres- Moqdent at every postofHce ln the county, MM In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and postage free. W 111 be pleased to correspond with any one on the subject. Caldwell, Texas, Friday, March 16. A politician, like every good...

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

■ • v inolano impusbo TO havt anvthino but amoluti ioairtl ta Im'i ««• M I'iww liwim ftoi Ut Itawi an Ml Mm Rw^Mmw Man Loudon, March 11-A parliamentary paper umiutuiug the telegram oent to tbu Hitltail govcriuueut by DM pr«*l deute of llit1 Mouth African Republic mid il¡e Orange Free Statu aud tireat Britain' reply thercio is liwued till evening. It U *t give* tilt telegram M>iit It* ttai" two presidcut to the mar- tini of Salisbury, ua follow . "i'tocmlonteiti, March .* . The blood auil tear* of tbouftuuih who hive *ur bj tliin war auit ;l w prospect of till litoral a tul ceoiiomlc I'lUti wberew'tu Mouth \ts a I iiuw threatened, nuke tt tinTítarj for Itutli btJigereuti'i to Mnt« Un iiHX-iVitt di#im*«üonutely ami a* ill tin- -¡(tilt ol tile tritium.' ni 'lotl for what tlH>> are lighting 4iiii whether the mtn of oiK'h juwUu* .ill tiiih ¡ p pK.IIng iii" t> iniij dcvastaiiiti "Willi this object auU in view of th'* i-wertton uf various Hritiuli stiitcMiieu, to the etfwi that...

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

. *Slf ,^-HAMwyiHlM[&),li^mL 4.i ^MÉ4.'-■ AtAdWWWtii359h£ttM « .. :- ■ . •M "-ri I .iM.ima.ir PBYV^ í:^V^< fJMg* mmm Mgr. ■ Caldwell pestoStoe * «aeond- * MAKBI MB* SICK. |V : K k Ulkb la * Spruce strati boarding there Ib bow living an elderly «plotter who lor thirty year* has avoided the light She Is no misanthrope, no re- cluse, nor does her aversion to light arise from any constitutional defect. Of wide Information, chatty and fond of company, her peculiar condition p. e- dudes enjoyment of society In elrcum- «tances making social intercourse most pleaaant in the evenings when the gas Is lighted, she retires to a cloaked Dorntr. and hidden under an umbrella «specially constructed to ward off rays of light, she holds converse. Thus she «its for hours, like some seeress uti- teen by those In the same room, and not seeing those to whom she talks and charms with her fund of bright and Interesting things. Not that her eye- sight is affected—it is as good as that of any woman 60...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 March 1900

Sldntjr Wmerhoi , ttiMpr for l^hr A BMir dlimonct ntrcluuiti B of tlafMt IIOVCltlM. iMkl py man. From having uc tollftl • dlttlact on*. TMt w aa« result of hit IMW* la the ■toro—aa ordinary cu to «r— •ad It had toca Uto fortuna to ttrtt fear. They looked at topaste together. «MI «he ran tito unaet Jewels through In a fenelfal war ihst quite eaohaatod the young man. His business was one thst brought bin In contact with many fsscinatlag end brilliant woaiaa, but he had attar met one with stMh s dis- tinct sad delicate charm ss that pos- sessed by Mary Boswell. Her Irregu- lar mouth, with Its fitful smile, the hu- mor of her brown eyee. Ui* wayward trlchs of ber abundant brown hair, and the glow and (-banging -««prensión of her fare had fairly bewitched tildney Waterbouae. He reflected with delight upon the fact tbat the splendid pink topsx Mfdeclcd by ber waa to be ael by their golritiinltba in a pendant amid opals and diamond*. She would be aum to call nevera) time* to watch the maki...

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

i; 'M ,,,, '' m? is r«HY «i there mm so ttttU written In Texas. Had there been there would haw beea troa ble, m Nch peraouo wuld be in the capacity of igeut for corpa* rat lone doing buainea* ih Texan without license. MM. ni, m üpll IP Nit Ucniii fey flf ItUk March 1 wa« the last day of the Hem i year in tin- insut-uuce de- |mi-tuient of Texas and all of the old •line fire ami lite companiea have qualified to do business dur tug tiie current year. I fie annual «atcmeuis fileu show an increase ii bn^iiie^w iu these two lint *over ta i year oi uoi 1 as than 12 1-2 percent and the toa ratio of fire compuuie* is averaged at about iu per cent as ugainst a io¿*> ratio of 04 per cent last year, lu this connection it is but proper to uote tuat the 04 per cent of last year was figured uy the under- writers as against a losa ratio of eO per cent according to the atate department ot insuiuuce, no the less ratio of 55 per it*at n ay be increased wfieu lae underwriters are heard (rom. The ann...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 March 1900

in)m 9 NEW BRAND NEW -frota a Pin to a Silk Drat. TW« the tame oU nun, MR. LOW PRICE, U •till working for in. Fifteen hundred FEED! FEED! S'N Bfery^ thing newest and latest e! ita kind. Come ly and get your pick. ORIGINATOR OF CUT PRICES. 8 D.LEVX 1 #WnWW>* ^T)ánúnúrWy<< <OwÉnúf >*aán¿r>úf flr<ár«flrH>fa PEOPLE YOU KNOW. | HSÜSHP Rev. Jeff I). Kay went up to Rockdale Sunday afternoon and preached there at night. H. P. Moore of Spanish l amp. Wharton county, was in town this week and paid us a pleasant risit Capt. C. W. F. Windell re- turned Friday from an extended viftit at Rosenberg and other point . Judge T. M. Hunt left Mon- day to visit at Cleburne, from where be will go to Bowie and other places. Mr**. T. S. Sullivan returned to her home at Waco this week, after having spent several weeks with relatives here. Mis* Maud Alexander was here Saturday and Sunday from Tunis, where she is teaching, visiting home folks. Misa Nellie Batte returned to her home at ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 March 1900

HSflBaR 1I m , D.C., lUrcli 9. for various and especially because of a rumor thai Benjamin Harrison, who has been jumping all over the repub- lican wobbling: on the Puerto Rico tariff question, is going to be boomed as an anti-McKinley and anti-English republican candi- date for the presidential nomina- tion. The story, as it comes from Washington, is that Harri- son is sure of the Indiana vote in the convention to start with; that he is reasonably sure of the Minnesota vote and has more than a fighting chance to get the Michigan vote, if McKinley con- tinues his present pro-English attitude towards the war in South Africa, and has supporters in many other states. It is too soon to say how much there is in this alleged Harrison boom, but he isn't the sort of man to say or do anything without an object, and it is difficult to see what other object he can have in thumping the McKinley policy, as he has been doing recently, than to try to get the presidential nomina- tion for himself. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 March 1900

Oa Thursday, February 22nd, with a box of grub, we left for Monterey, Mexico, we had to wait about in Milano for the ex- cursion train, aa uch interesting fto be built exclusively for travelers to apead a few de- ll hours in while waiting a train. All things went well we reached Austin, where, to our dismay, we discovered that the lunch bad been left at Milano, and our spirit* were very much depressed by our having to turn ovar considerable coin for aomc raw oysters and nandwiches with the bam left out. From Austin to San Antonio we were forced to endure the cruelty of being shut up in a cold car (we managed by good luck to escape the coal car), but arrived at the latter city in tbe due order of ■•low-running train , and there alept the gentle nleep of tired travelers until 7:30 next morning. The only adventure at San Anto- nio worth mentioning was the search we bad for Mr. Giltey' bat that very mysteriouly disap- peared during tbe night. The hat was captured in a saloon just across...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 March 1900

fe:;. m - There wu a pleasant dance Tnaaday night at the opera house. —There wat an army c! pretty school teachers in town Satur- day. —Rev. W. Wootton will preach at Yellow Prairie Sunday next, morning and night. He requests us to state that he will not preach Saturday night. —W. M. Bell has opened up a stock of groceries in the Reeves building and is now ready and prepared to serve the public. We request you to see his ad. —Every member of the fire company is most urgeutly re- quested to attend the next meet- ing, which will be the first Mon- day night in April. The com- pany has recently bought a lot of new hose. —The vote cast for Governor Sayers last election has been taken as a basis of representation in the next state convention. On that basis Burleson county is en- titled to seven votes instead of six as heretofore. —Nearly all of our sportrloving citizens have been out to different lakes and streams this week to try an angler's luck. There have been numerous parties but non...

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

■ HL Caldwell News-Chronicle. Mi urn OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. NO. 43. &rom Our S&urai Staff. Every correspondent on our liftt is expected to get up and fur- nish un within the next three we"ks a very conservative esti- mate of the cotton and corn acre- age compared with last year. We want the percentage in figures oí increase or decrease of each crop from each corre- spondent's community. We want this estimate to be as accu- rate and conservative as possible, i and therefore would request all ¡ those who do not understand. such matters very well to call tor the assistance of three or four re experienced heads. The j of any one person is not to be conservative enough. 0ont be in too big a hurrv to in your estimate. lie sure ¡ you are right, then go ahead?" BRYMfft. |t« \ mi u, Triii . March RtHTOD NStt'vt'MHOKICHt: Cry Robertson came home last Monday, bis...

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

r iT ": Íl" The BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. One of the saddest things in tiie experience of the average Christian is his tendency to back- slide; to grow cold; to become indifferent. Once in this pitiable oondition, what is the backslider to do? There are two courses open to him. One is to go on in this unhappy and fruitless frame; the other is to turn with a hum- bled and penitent heart to God, asking forgiveness and restora- tion to His favor. Certain mis- conceptions of God's attitude to the backslider inclines him to take the former course. Know- ing that he has wronged God and fearing God's righteous wrath he determines to stay away from Him, and so goes further and gets worse. Like the foolish ohild who has disobeyed its parent, be thinks his best course is to stay away from God and keep out of His sight. But that notion is all wrong. Sometimes a son, who has wronged and shamed an earthlv father, stands face to face with the question. He has run his wretched course and wants to go ba...

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

■Mft 1 a. «. r ' rr:¿ *9 ptot. }. C. Matte. dent in reported aa occurring in the room of Secretary Wilaon at Washington one day recently: A young man who graduated at one of the eawtern college* laat summer called with a letter of in- poaing that they gathered at Home trpduction from the nenator from point in the wilds of the Yegua h"-state « nearch of a position, innumerable hosts of birda moving south every tvening and north everv morn- ing. my curiosity wan greatly ex-¡ concerning their roost, sup- bottom. This supposition was correct, and when we heard of the location of that point a com- pany comprised of John, James f\ and Jame*, Jr., Burns. Dr. J. B. Honeycutt, David Cox and my- self determined to visit it. We hoped to reach the grounds early in the evening to witness Ibe gathering in, as we had been told that they came in vast droves from every point of the compás , but the distance was greater rtiun we thought and we did not arrive until it was quite dark. When we came near...

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

dbt'Jkmt'iflkr lathe OaMwatl pottoSc* luued Every Crldey Morning r Ineb Mr ■ i #> h ,Wkm will l . charral ao MJductlon |M/ m §S II' .'y~ m¡ •da one Insertion twenty cents Srtlon* thirty-flve «mu > elxty cent per Inch. bocal rata* «.-ven n 1 one-half cent per ttae tret Insertion and Ave cent* per Une •Mk rabeeqnent Insertion. inertes, cArda of thank* and notices of , itnment plven for religions, educa- tor charitable purpose* at half r©*u- Leial notice* of all kinds H.00 ner hundred «oras flrst Insertion and HO cents ner bun- •IN words each subsequent Insertion. desires a corns* the county, ,«UTK object. Caldwell, Texas, Friday, March 23. This paper wrlll not. here- after. In eny way lend Its sup- port to any candidate for legislative honors who will not bind himself to worK and vote for a decent libel law and a law providing for the adver- tising In some newspaper of a*l sheriffs sales. We ear- nestly urge co-operation on the part of our exchanges. This notice will stand right...

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