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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHROOTCLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1900. LEVI'S GREAT SPRING SALE IS NOW GOING ON. HOT PRICES. m I invite one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April 9th and 10th. Miss Bowie will show you the prettiest line of Pattern hats that has ever been your pleasure to gaze upon. Come and inspect this stock of Hillinery and be convinced. DI C\/I ORIGINATOR OF • LEVI, CUT PRICES. ^ mmwmmmmmmmmm O ir&úúe,¿*'ú 'irúitiiú uüuVaV ,/ it ú ■o ¿ PEOPLE YOU KNOW J PEI ÍWW ' 1 fgufut;i '-.r. *r tsiSV* John Hanks han been sick two or three dnys this week- C. S. Williams spent a ton hours at Brenhara Tuesday. MissSuella Hudson is visiting in Hrenhain. the guest of Mis> Daisy Council. Miss Nellie Hunt has been visiting Miss Bessie Jones at Cook en Point this week. I'*rank Klukan, after being from mchenil a week or more, left again Tuesday for Waco. Miss Jessie Wo mac k oi Hous- ton is visiting her parents. Cap- tain and Mrs. M. I,. Wocnack, Kd Lamp* and Mrs. La...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

11 SSc-ví' f— - r>. = ¡IP THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXA8, APRIL 13, 1900. sif;: A BAOHCLOU'S DREAM. •mid the «cent rich with bloom. Ou^on the | •It The OrelltM danclnfr In the «loom. honeyauol I alt and watch the cominar night. I tM|l< The moon dropa down behind the hill. The ahadowa deepen on the floor; I wander through the yesterdays With one that wallu with me no mor*. I aee an old houae Ion* and wide. And hear the nlcht wind whlsperln* low Aeroan the fields of rustling corn. And cotton white aa drifted anow. The porch la hung with tangled vine , That hide the iovera sitting there, Who dream and plan with happy smllea, For future daya so sweet and fair. 1 slip a ring upon her hand, 8he leana on me with loving truat; Ah me, how long the years have been, Since that alim finger turned to dust And yet sometimes It seems to ma But yesternight, and once again I ait by her, and hear onee more The darklos singing in the lane. I hear again her happy voice Upon the nigh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1900. wASMNSfON news if ti ft. | prevention Waíkincton, d. c., April 0. better than cure. Tutt's Liver Bpitom ni(\vh-ciikomc!.k: Pills will not only cure, but if No reduction of war t.xc atjteken ¡„ ,¡me w¡|, nt thin session of congress. 'lhat1 CJ , „ - J i* McKinley's latest edict, issued ! SiCK nCSflACnfit in the face of Secretary dale's dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria, statement that the vv;.r taxes constipation, jaundice, torpid are piling up a treasury surplus liver and kindred diseases. that may become dangerous by ! TUTT'S Liver PILLS " '",iinc,al «f'ntfcnc.v. ABSOLUTELY CUKE. I here arc three reasons for this mmmm^mamm cdict, neither creditable to the; . pionshtp of the Hoers is disa- n The republican administration. . ..c. . . 4 „ r, . , ifreeable to the administration, first is that McKinlev wishes., . , . . ... , ! but fear that he will do worse congress to hurry adjournment prevellls any attempt to inter- in order th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 April 1900

mm ii;# HI'. ESfe'j.:! RSI; ft ffi- " * IB* ÜÉi 11 ;fp<> M.# mm n%; E = mmmm = Stories of tt)« Street I CALDWELL NEWS • CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS; APRIL m —G. K. James is changing the front of his building by putting- an awning to it. —Wolf chasing has been the order of the day with some of our huntsmen this week. —The Juniors returned in the rain last Friday, feeling that it is true that in this life some rain must fall. —A carload of poles for the telephone exchange is expected to arrive this week and work will begin right away toward getting everything in shape. —On account of a washout down the road northbound trains were very much belated Thurs- day. The night train did not reach here until the afternoon. —Extra preparations are to be j made for an feaster service at the Methodist church next Sun- day morning. Rev. Weems Woot- ton will preach an Kaster ser- mon at that church. Everybody is invited. —Saturday afternoon David- son creek overflowed its banks and spread over...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

a ., rw TWELVE PAtíES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. • >CK AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FAKMfuJtB AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. caldwell, burleson county, texas, friday, april 20, 1900. VOL. XX. NO. 47. J'rom Our Zfturai Staff, i *)UN Vil II. Dh\NVIi.t. •. Tex *, \pril 17. El'ITOH Nl'.vv n-Cli honk i.i ********* nothing of candidates or princi- ples. Hope we'll awake by and bv. Tuesday to be out of the Hood limit. Mr. Taylor arrived later in the week. We see Messrs. Mayes, Wyatt, Nabors, Lipscomb and Ogden from the bottom in our midst. Thev came here to look after their stock which was brought out of the overflowed district. The Brazos was on a gradual rise here until Thursday at noon. Fagan's store has now on sale a new assortment of men's Shirts and Collars that surpass any line ever seen Caldwell. At Fagan's store you can buy Clapp's line shoes, Pack- ard's £3.50 shoes and /Siegler's stylish footwear for ladies. Clothing department upstairs. . ... It has been falling...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, APRIL 20. 1900. ¿tttt Wm^: p.: h- \ The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. J A NitM'* UprrieiKF in Cripple Creek, Col. j to occur to Martin. Ho seemed Cendlea Nothing • ! •« addi •• ttiurli ' )th"«'tiikriiiu( tli«> ilr«Mihf rootu or >« 1 lie* Mifiljr r«* in • •if iight Irtuo i'«lUIMlV A ChimÍÍI" %*'• hut# will contribute U ori> flu Ilo .iriiitiii* nui't«*•< oí th * luti hton, to* or iliiiticr Tl «' liitNt dt<> or«(lti< ««milt* (or Un ou|ilf-t or lit* moot niftier*!* I'jnrtioM for rol- t ago or limtinloit M ull i:i nil rolor aiiJ tin* niiMt «li'lirui«* (Hit* t'jr HTAMMIMl Oil. III. and «old cvi ff it iu>r«. as much at home in that kind of! they call dance halls. What a It has been snowing for a week, business as if he had a boy in, sight! I have traveled some lit- io consequence business has the rear end of a church, telling ¡tie in my day and have flattered stagnated, throwing men tempo- him how to be saved...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

CALDWELL anybody that did? No." "Does thee believe thee hat* J he young man left. Spreads Like Wildfire. prof. 3. C. Watte. WE ARE NOW BUYING It wall not be long till the time arrive* for teachers to decide the matter of where and how they will upend their vacation. Circulara cone in offering the moat flattering inducement* tu the highest and best school* of the atate, such as the Slate and Baylor universities, while many count:ea organize others to suit the needs of home folks and all tho*e who It el the necessity of j curtailing expenses to the low or pre- drive" inter- Fix" for "arrange pare." "Ride" and changeable. "Real" as an adverb in ex- pression* "real good" for "very good" or "really," et cetera. "Some" or "any" in an adverb- ial sense; for example "I have studied some" for "somewhat;" "I have not studied any" for "at all." "Some" ten days for "about" ten days. Not "as I know" for "that" I When thing* are "the best" they be- come "the be t selling." Abraham Hare, a leading...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

ü ■ ¿}íp ill §m ■ w j¡ MM' Élll IOS!. Ji. ft. MUSIM MHar and Repartae. Batared tn thc Caldwell poatoflc* a aac- rad-cla matter. I* ued Every Krldav Morning. Subscription Rate . One Y 1"^ 4txtluii:n« four Mont nit Two Mot.tit Advertíalas Rates. !' All Mi v.-rtUlnson <ir*t page w.l •• charged Í tfceut per lucí! straight. with n. ¡eihietlou for f THE CALDWELL NKWSCHHONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS. APRIL 20. t«M> ,'il, we will then take under ad-lia once known what a favorable viaement the question of print* place Caldwell is for an ice plant tag- it. In the meantime we have it will not be necessary to ex* turned the article over to the tend an invitation to those seek- party who is attacked and criti- ing a good place to invest money. cised for undertaking a reforma- tion in county politics. Whether Thk education of the farmers that gentleman will see fit to re- \'« doinK its work for The ply or not we do not know, but greatest lesson that has come presume be will not. before them is th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

Wr >;i(V SPILLED. «CRQBANT DOUGLASS SHOT DOWN AT CROTON. MMtaf if m Omi Nrti<rr-«* *• in Mm «hhIm m K«*m HhM tko Kaiturl •I m OH-IWiH «rltiN «ra tkrwlti- l«l-utli*r Mm Nwtr*. Croton Landing. N. Y\, Apt 11 17.— Tho first bloodshed *s Iho outcome ol the *rlk* at the Cornell Dan waa the llfeblood of Sergeant Robert Douglaaa of the Eleventh Separate company ol Mount Vernon, who waa ahot by au unknown aaaaaain while be waa ro Having guard at tnu minutes to 9 o'clock aat night. The wildest excite- ment prevailed throughout the com pany at aoon aa the newa of the ua aaaainalion apread to the different tenta and the soldiers are frantic over the crinu. The point where the aeraeant fell la situated on too of a hill near Little Italy, where armed atrikera were se«n during the morning brandishing rift*** and ahotguna. Douglan* waa talking to Sergeant MeDougall and other memhera of the company when he suddenly clapped hia band to hta atomach and aaid: "Lord, boya. I'm ahot." and fell to i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

m ALBERT ft. RUST. JR.. BmImm ftvr t. HOUSTON GERMAN. Ei. Mi l* tr larsd In (ha Caldwell Mill'. Ifjyi Kvery rritUy WITH THB SACKS. Quackery fires birth to nothing.— Ourlflc. Tfca sermon which 1* lived i« the oat eloquent of all sermons.—Dr. Lld- The extremes of human emotion are not so far apart as they seem.—Mrs Oralk A cheerful friend is like a sunny day, which sheds its brightness all around.—Sir John Lubbock. Some people look too much upon their religion as a varnish on Ufe in stead of a Are within it.—Dr. Storrs. No man can acquire the doubtful good of extreme wealth without sub- jecting others to the undoubted evil of poverty.—J. H. Hunt. Half the misery of human life might be extinguished by mutual offices of compaasion, benevolence and bumanl ty.—Joseph Addison. The superfluous blossoms on a fruit tree are meant to symbolise the large way in which God loves to do pleasant things.—H. W. Beeeher. The heart where self has found no place and raised no throne is slow to recognise...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

CALDWELL NBW8 CHBONIOLE, CALDWELL, TKXAB, APRIL 3 , 1 OP IT. ■annMMjr* and Um Whimpatu •I It ipil. It VII tbe NTlTll ot Md It bad la tfce fact that «km tor rwou not nac- ió ara tira, *u laid off at the Bill WklMpatt want la and Immediately upon this, luck would It, fall 11' with rheumatism, and, •ha was la bad. Ilttla Pat. who lb. ffat Into bad company, aad tak- ■ Itt la bla taath, u young colli and tbaa. be ran away. It itbi before be turnad' up and when be did ba bad aefulrad a good deal of bnéarladge a boy of 10 ean do nicely arltb- All of arhicb ibe Heaneeeeye laid at Ike door of tbe Wbimpette. Indeed aad ladead, whan Mary Wblnpett ventured over to tbe Heaneeeeye with a baking of warn bread -that wan wbUe Noim Haaaeeeey wu In bed—she «ot bar trouble for bar pains, and the brand flung back at her. In tbe ooursc of time both families would have bean well enough pleased to have fluttered a flag of truce, but a perverse fate attended sll efforts st reconciliation. If the grown folks...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

_ í:/ '■ ';"í3 /.'<■ ' í' Vi"' >;'• ' jf1 ''Vf' '"t-)' ./'"V toi' v,i ■■'. \'ft fewfcMÍÍ'iifate SMtSmíM 1 '£ atiiMfri'HMiimii—DiiW i '■ '■ ■■ ' A Statist's fhrWtai toctMt tf ti* CaMty. ME FfDIHMCN fAU OF IAIN, Whft Awa at *• Wffcty fare* «I Hw auN Watt Mi IMr K In.i-: P. r. Colt*, a student ftt the Cuiversity of Texas. gives tbe fol- lowing graphic account of the breaking of the Austin daui in an epistlc 1«> a 'billas relative; Friday moruing between 51 and 4 o'clock 1 wax awakened by a tremendous clap of thunder, and Maw one of ihe hardest rains 1 ever saw in m.v life. The «tutes- man says four inches of raiu fell withiu au hour. It seemed as if a Hood luid fell over the city, tiidewalk* were scooped out to the level of the streets, the streets turned into creeks, and electric car lines almost washed away. It was almost a waterspout. Of course 1 didn't know how hard the rain had been up the country, but it seems to have been as heavy a* here. The river rose foar feet an ho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEW8-CHRONICLB. CALDWELL. TEXAS, APRIL 30. 1900. LEVI'S GREAT SPRING SALE IS NOW GOING ON. HOT PRICES. I invite one and all to my millinery opening Monday and Tuesday, April gth and 10th. Miss Bowles will show you the prettiest line of Pattern Hats that has ever been your pleasure to gaze upon. Come and inspect this stock of nillinery and be convinced. & D I FVI °«IG,NAT0«0F £ *** \ i9 CUT PRICES. ^ wmmmmmmwmmww " ,JU atl— cj i$'& Wú i PEOPLE YOU KNOW T* ftMMI *\W # .Judge A. W. Mclver '../cut it Cameron Tuesday afternoon antl heard the )e> ture bv (¿en. J. 15. i mi llón, ivhieh hi- savs was cx- W. A. Duckworth in visiting v'cllcnt. Miss Hetlie Luce of Temple. relatives at t odiad this week. Sheriff ('. W. ( urrv -j « nt .i after spending several days with day or two in Houston th;■ * week. J. K. lK-slep spent a day or two this w.• .. in curt at Lvoiis. Joe Rowland is spending the week with relative' at lieor^e* town. Dr. and Mr-.. .1 P. Sparks of Hix were tr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

1900. Wakhikgtok, D. C.. April 13. Editor Nkwk-Chkoniclb : Senator Jones, chairman of the democratic national committee, who has just returned from New York, ridicules the story that the anti-Bryan democrats, who are behind Dewey's candidacy, would g-et a Dewey delegation sent from New York to the Kansas City convention. He ing the case. I want to say also that I do not believe Mr. Clark was personally cognizant of the manner in which the money was used." Clark says he intends to get vindicated, but that is all he will say at this time. There is little or no doubt.that the senate will endorse the report of the committee, if Clark's resignation does not make a vote unneces- sary. Had the report been to says that Dewey's candidacy will' exPe' C lark, a two-thirds \ote cut no figure at all in connection j woyld be required to adopt it, with the democratic nomination< ^ut as simply declares him for president; that Mr. Bryan j n* entitled to a seat a majority will be nominated by accl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

ífp THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, APRIL 20. 1900. HlX, Texa . April J, ÍMDO. Roitom Nkw*-Ciikonici.k: The action of the Lee county commiKHioneiV court in taking stepH toward bettering the roads and bridges of the county was wise and worthy of being fol- lowed by other counties as an example. While there is no ground lor complaint as to thbridge in our county, yet there is worthy cause for complaint as to the cond'tioti i 1 our public roads. This writer knows of places in the roads of this community that are, and have been for the past four months, almost impassable. Whose fault it is I will not at- tempt to say. To criticise here is dangerous. It would seem that our road laws, when com- plied with and enforced, are suf-' tic lent to insure t'ond roads, but the trouble simply is that be- cause of carelessness and indif- ference they are not enforced And in this more than one indi- vidual is to blame. 1 know ot instances where the overseers in this community have, duri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1900. Storiai of tl)« Str««t. ■rtaf • lecturer to CiktwiN. Sunday about noou, a young1 Why can't a move be started nian named C. M. Kisncr, while J4 lecturer come to riding a freight train about two wel 1 ? Some able and noted -The monthly entertainment m;jC!. north of towrl) had hi* left man it nearly always the given by the Bpwortt Lemfue lee brokcn nMr ,hc thi(fh. It; plalform ¡„ Tcxas and it would «M held la t jigMjit the home,Mcm, he was riain(f on tbe sllk. ¡m ^ maU(,r |luvc „ne I of a car and fell, striking the ends of the ties. of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. (iilleyj0f and all had a splendid time. —A communication from I)r. come to th:s place. It's some- thing we need. The entertain- ¡ The boy had been working for menls giv## herc for lhe bctl. J. J. Little of Keith, Grimes!some time near town with one ejU of the publ¡c school Iibrary ! it county, who is very well known! of the grading gangs. His home werc ^ooli atu| ^|,ONVoil t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST llENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OK BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1900. NO. 48. $ &rom Our fflurai Staff. % * * #*♦#***♦* HOOktRVILI C. Hookkkvii.i.k, Tex., April 2.*. I'". IU To K N I.W S-lll HONUI.l.: This HIV Mix, Tkvan. April 2.\, EniTcm Xrws' iii "N '.i The rain here Sundav was heavy, doing i onsiderable dam- age to crops and roads. Misn Blanch^ Chamber- gave a holiday Friday, and the -1 hool went on a hunting and pinic excursion. Tht-v report having had a fine time. A number from here spent Friday night on 1 edar reel fishing; they s.iv they caught a number oí ti h. hut ír«>mi the way they ate a!t« i getting home indicated that t > ir Hani was light. W. Ü. Terr) V > i a ' coin- pitted a nice j the cemetery in tin i tig his relative-' 1* * should do of the deaf"' s m lion. A numb r of ví. ;ng and gentlemen h re arc contemplai- mg attending the ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

™ÍKl W® THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, APRIL 27. 1'tOO. The Spiritual Man xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. ■nr«k« Manten enwrvaüve of and U>« !>• ral Oil U th« l*t hi iHilwr Ixút n-novMtor « l « l«l tatsh«T. It uIU, «ofton , black- •na aud prot«cu. Un I A Revival ol Religion. | Again, «i revival oí religion is d protect*. I n Eureka on roar t«t hartura . yoor ohl tor mw . and roar carrtaucrtop. n<l will mm unly Uuk i*«im bul t*i kiitavr t old rv*rj-mhcrr In ran - all aui - (rom h if i imi* to H ■■ taH i*. mm. k| irrttaiau «a to. There are certain .. . sadlv needed when a spirit of conditions * .... , • , . . , . great worldliness prevails in the when a community is in need of , , .... church. Whenchurcn members a revival of religion. Desiring to always look on the bright side of things, 1 am vet driven to the . " * *"v . ? church; when thev conviction that the most crying need of this community is a ''en- give more time to worldv amuse- ments than to the work of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS. APRIL 27. 1900. mm tonal department. t> ¡Prof. 3. C. Matte. has gained one-hulf a year on his letbargetic mates. (iive the chilil a clittim** . « h ! iíívc the child a chance." The cultivation of the intellect i of your children i* worth far Ihouqhl* Picked I p. I Ming lime. "School is nearly out, and it doesn't make much difference if a few days be lost, or the books recommended be procured." These are the words so often j more than their share in the cul- heard near the close of school, tivatiou of the cotton crop. Let and to consider the wisdom of, that cultivation be done bv keep-1 them is the aim of this article. in^ them well supplied with text-1 A day lost in any school is an j book tools, and giving them am-J important matter, but they vary ¡ pie time for the work. much in their importance. In a country school much f the first of the term «mist be devoted to review, and to the filling in < í A public netHol a typical! overl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 April 1900

;V.;> I f. W" m •v- D. RUM, JR P «AAA IVÜU. S. IKRSTON GtRMtt, Cditor and Reporter. fuscd to go w\\\ see this- al- «tate or nation can only be de-jto be his to hold their conven- nominated criminal negligence, lions early. Now, Hill and We are not mincing word one particle. Every man who re- lio the Caldwell pn«.iodc« m ee ••4-cImb matter. ImuckI Ev««ry Friday Morning. Sutmcrlptloa Rates. Travis counties were the one which evidently decided Mr. ¡Chilton to withdraw. Do our though several of them will bor- good friends think either of row the paper, as they find that those counties were known to ¡cheaper than subscribing—and ¡favor Bailey? It's dollars to I we mean every word we say, ginger snaps they didn't think! ¡and it is meant to go directly to ¡so before those counties gave; ! these men. their instructions. Be honest, Advertising Rate . Alt advert Sin 20 Ur*t i>n«e will "• DO «ni it p r li- >i s:ri l)ilit. wlih no rvduetlutt •or large tul . Ooe Year 5® j We repeat that...

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