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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

..ralis ® 'Ííí "¿«ai: 4^ Í¡f®P ;f i;;ar;v'--" ,1$#^ ^«§*a —_ai—- _ _ _ «■fp swiitj; ¡tí ':V OUK AIM 13 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKINÜ PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900. NO. 4. %#%< JFro/n Our Sfcura/ Staff, t DMNVILLL. ********* and trampled upon by the horse Several of the young people from here attended an ice cream supper at Midway last Saturday night and all report having had a nice time. Mrs. Len Storm of Caldwell and Miss Eddie Storm of San Antonio are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clinton this week. Prs. B. (). McLean and A. u>. Dkaxvii.m-:, Tcxuk, Jut) E ITOK NK ws-t" H K< in it I.K: The cry is going up for rain, j s> B Thomas was quitc. sick an we have had none in two several days lately with a bilious attack. and cut in several places bv the , ,. . , ., Krueger of Caldwell were out to wire. bortunutely, his injuries were slight. weeks, and we are really needing it now to insure the <. -ops of corn, wh...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

K: Sit fet ii . ¡i , Ki H, m { ,!i',' V • THE CALDWELL NLWS CHHONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, JUNE 22. IWU. The Spiritual Man, XXXXJi BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. The Term* ol Solvation. Text: "The time i fulfilled, and the kingdom of God i* at hand; repent ye and believe the gospel.•' Mark, 1:15. The words of this text are the you care* only for the things of today. But the immortal part runs backward and forward, and demands an eternity for its sat* isfaction. The haven of rest for which you sigh must one day be realised or this life is the folly of all creation. Joy and sorrow are meaningless terms if we perish us the brutes. Only continued existence can explain these fond desires and pleasing hopes.— 11 ítro 7 '/tors- Urru hi. A Card of Thanhs. ■ „ „ .,,, ,# 'and the earnest endeavor opening announcement of toe «.i_ j _ c /«-j . _4U riM. ' form our whole life and c Repentance cousists in the* recognition of the kingdom of' G«od as the highest good, the in-; ward spiritual righteousness of1 lu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

mwm® THE CALDWELL NEWS itional department. if TW „ 1f¡ p| ' ^22 ''if'" : - *? prof. 3. C. TKtatte. A Utile llbow Room. Hood friend, don't crowd k<> very tight, There' room enough fur two; Keep In your mind that I've a right To live ft* well a- you. You rich and strong, I pour and weak. But think you 1 presume, When only thi* poor boon 1 ask A little elbow room ? 'TU auch a* yuu, the rich and strong, If yuu had but the will, Could give to weak a lift along And help him up ttic.- hill; llut no you jostle. crowd and drive; You mtorm and fret and fume ; Arc you the only in. si .ilive In want of elbow room .' Hut thus it i in life'* round path, Belf seem the god "f all : The utrongjwill crush the weak t>) death The big devour the «mail. Par betier be .1 rirh tn, ti'- h"iiml A valet. *erf or «room Than «struggle mi<Ut the ma * around, When we've no eltmw r'" oi. Take heart, mv boy' I.Jo«'« mind the •hock! Take heart, and p *h along ' Your akin will h<oi km>v. rough with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

wm L'.-; m v , < ■ w' < * . MI I ■•taredIn «b Caldwell poaUifflee km ho- •H-olui matter. iituad Every Friday Morning. Subscription Kate . Four Mom us Two Month It AO t5 AO Si AdvtrtliiH Rat . All advert l tmron first puac will l>echarged Mienta per Inch «t-ralght, with mi ml net lun for large tul . ■ Irrjj- * tr jt*?; w CALDWELL. TEXAS, JUNE 22. two. . deciding any important question ia to aacertain in what way their deciaiona will affect the truata, and they never do any- thing against their interests. Can such supreme, astounding rottenness be again elected to occupy the throne of dictator over w!;at was once known as the free American people? /.V CALDWELL API'AAC/AU> Have you lately stopped to re- flect and think about whether or not Caldwell is advancing? Do von know whether or not WHICH /S BESTf If there ever waa a time in the hiatory of our county when its farmers ought to give a large portion of their time and thought to raising something in the fall to eat, it ia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

$Hr^" 1 o'f.-ii T 10 ON. 4 MRf* «will fight combined or the WORLD. Mm 0 *M4 Ik Haiti! thM «•••ml Huur. MHtUh |w HMMMI VNHk IUrt«M KilloU-tWItoU Wi'w May Bm iiiultMi London. June IU, u. tu. China tleclared war against il*. world wUuu t*w Taku fort* opened fire uu (tic In- ternational Bwu Account* of what took place an* «till unsatisfactory, tito best seuii-ottictal informal ¡ion being the dispatch received at Berlin from Che Koo. um follow . Merlin, June h The Gorman consul arChe 1 oo tclegrupitM that a Japan- ww torpedo (M ut from Taku ha re- poiUil tliat tbt! Chinese laid torpedoes In th luku river ami coli<-< ted iruotw fioui shcui Hoi Kwhii. 'j he former a*i eiiibl«d ou the Uiinhiu Unguilty and .nt>ln *-i i| mi nit <matunt to the loiumanduh of the Taku tort*. sum- moning them to witbdruw iheir troop* before i o'clu k. June 17. At 1 a. m. June 17. the guiix of the lol'tí o|>eiied tire, to which the Kutximi. ililu-. i, 1- rem h .mil Japancnv war ships re- plied. liu-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Jf ■ ■ iMwpi GEMIAN. Eé. tai tour. 11« tbe CiM«(U paitoOse ss ImmmI Kmtt Friday Moralag. - i :'™ IN A NUTSHELL. Holland coasumea large quantities •f American pork producía and petrol- bu cotton milla with nearly lJtO,000 apindlm and employing 86- *•0 akilled operatives. The agricultural department pro- poses to plant 100.000 rubber treea in Hawaiian Islands. Polish women in Pennsylvania ob- ssnre a lenten custom, imported from Poland, of switching their buabanda and deluging them with water. Canada's mineral productions in- clude coal, gold, silver, copper, iron, phosphates, salt, antimony, mineral oils, asbestos, nickel, mica and gyp- m Misa Winter, governess of the young children of the Crown Prince of Rou- manla, formerly had char of the education of Queen Wilheimina of Holland. Job Costlett is the Pooh-bah of Wilkes barre. Pa. He la a burgsss. Jan* itor of the borough building, special policeman, justice of the p«tce and Jail &■' The Hindu system Is remarkably Every act of l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

m TALS. • Ml til bust of Apollo, Which top of the piano. Bhe was cast of tac Baat Wind on the wall opposite. And somehow managed to fall In •ach other. PerhapR they IImnI something of the general of the apartment. It was by three pretty bachelor •ach and every one of them never to fall In love or marry— and each and ev«ry one passing through that stage of their evolution whan one Ittarus that It la really nohffr to otro one's self mistaken and one's view a rather than to wreck the happl* nasa of a fellow creature, even If be Is only a man. So much iovemaking, opon and covert, went on under ihe •yes of the smorou* plaster casts that thoy ware certainly excusable In learn- ing to <*onjugat« the moods and tenses of tlia tender passion also. Phyllis Forrester was the prettiest and awaetest of the bachelor maidens, or, at laaat Angus Marnell believed ho. And Phyllis invariably sat In the big Norria chair Just In front of tha head •f Apollo when she was entertaining company, The big Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

p' *JSffe; m;..' ,,, ,'-. ' «•' ,i ¡ ?P1 te, itfesí i ü ■ ü fe?; Ül i; ' ' wm m «mai i itmm man sutes. •i laya ffcsrt I li NKe la * Unte nu. nwy M If *1 ¡Étt i® A reporter called on Mr. 8. D. Brown, proprietor of the Duucot rabbi try. at Cameron, and was aur prised to see the number, as «ell aa tint' speciuieus, iu bis hutches and pens. lu reply to questions Mr. Brown ««id. "Yen, ( üík busiuess in compara- tively uew in this section, but in ether parts of thin country great interest in Ukeu and much tuoucy ia made out of the little unituuls. We have a 1 way8 beeu taught to look upon the common rabbit ua a peat and the white rabbit on a pet for children. The Belgian ia a very different animal, aud ao that you may inure fully under- stand this difference 1 will tell you a little of the hiatory. The Belgian originated iu t'ue early part of the present century aud ' «I that time wa* called 'le porine.' They were tukej up by the Eng luh fanciers about 1880 and were bred with two diatinct...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

"O ** IHW1S1MSSS YOU KNOW Mihh Ethel ♦ urlin is in Bren* ham thia week, a guest at the of Mr . C. P. Lamon. Little Miss Daisy Toland is in city this week, a guest at the home of Dr. J. W, Matthews. Mrs. I. K. Brooks of Lancas- ter is visiting relatives in the city aorl will stay several weeks. Prof. W. W. Lackey has re- turned from Cameron and will spend the summer vacation here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bdgar Simpson, Monday morning, June 18, l'JOO, a magnificent baby girl, j >o!r.;>anied by Rev, Gordon of Gerald Banks made a short j Lov.ngtort. business vi*it to Cameron on T. Murrav and his family, Wednesday, returning Thurs-1 w;lh the exception of his son day. j Walter, left yesterday for Dal- Captain (i. J. \Villi;yms i*,. we! ' * where they will make their JUAaJft J. F. Cobb went to Cameron Saturday where he spent Sun- day, then went to Rockport where he wjjl stay until about the first of July in the interest of his health and pleasure seek- ing. M. L. Womack and A. D. Rust, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

m . I™ *".";||f . ' WW 1 ' '■ ■'} ÍX- 1VS*V ' : -V'! iffpspp5 ' ' TEXAS, JUNG 22, MOO. | , P Bi m mam ¿Paris Cxposttion jCetter. Sfy Our Correspondent. WWWWWWWAMWMM ^— — wwwwwJÍ j; ' tjflffi Pkhu, Fkancb, June 4, !«* . Rditok Nrus-Chkoniclk: Will you go with me to the ex- position today? There are sev- eral ways of reaching it—by street car, omnibus, by boat on the Seine or by a cab. We will take the last, for cabs i re every- where in Paris and the fare will be only thirty cents with a tip of two and one-half cents to the coachman. So we mount a cab and say to the driver in Ameri- can French, "a la exposition porte de Trocadero." It is well to tell him what porte or gate you wish to enter for there are thirty-six different c nes, and by going to the one nearest the I oints you wish to visit you may avoid a long walk. Entering the grounds by the Trocadero gate, two-thirds of the exposition is spread at our feet in the Champs de Mars and from our eminence but a single object, the inc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect or- c!lt by the occasional use of Tutt's Liver Fills. They reg- ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. For sick headache, malaria, bil- iousness, constipation and kin- ilrcil diseases, an absoluto cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS i Washington, II. C., June is. Kditom Nkwh-Chmoniclk : The republican pretense that there i« uncertainty about who will fill the second place on the McKinley ticket i very amusing. Bon Hanna and McKinley have long ago «elected the man, bu* the secret han been well kept, a they wish the delegates to; the convention to be deluded! into the belief that the nomina- |countrv, and i bclicve i am tel|. lion i« theirs. I he platform i ¡ng- t|)t. truth when I say that if that will be adopted by the lMjil- ijle clcctiop were held tomorrow, adclphia eon\ eniion has also been my old friend, McKinley, would written, although 4.ne convention nut currv half a du/.en states, will go through tht- farce of ap- |,ct's see. Yes, he woul...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 22 June 1900

Stories of tb« Strott 1 BK m m.y*k K^;i" : PP ™ ™PpPiPif < THE CALDWELL NEWS• CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS JUNE 22, 1900. iwliwiwjii —A soft, mild and enervating north * has been blowing- nearly all the week. —Last Saturday was perhaps tbf biggest business day Cald- well has had this year. —Commissioners' ' ourt has been in session this week, sit- ting as a board of equalization. —Rev. W. Wootton requests us to say that he will be here Sunday and will preach at the Methodist church in the morn- ing and at night. —The Burleson Guards vas subjected to inspection by .vla- jor Newton of ti.e second regi- ment, T. V. G., and made a very creditab > showing. — What is the matter with the watermelon crop in Burleson county? I'nderstand that we have a candidate for the head of of the table when the delicious melon is on the menu. —Judge M. Hunt has this week opened up a little stand in the Struwe building and is selling his new patented staple puller. This tool is certainly a novel one a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

W'l. TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OCR AIM IS THE CREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEC LE OF BURLESON C3UNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2l), 1900. NO. 5. 5 &rom Our ffiurai ó faff. * t ******** YELLOW PRAIKII. ********* ;m<l a inont royal time was en-. joyed. C'hkii-v\n. T- * ' in :• Our little item last week Ewtok Nnvs-i hki.nkm stating that there would erv Rev. Smith, of the Cumber- likely he a wedding i:i the com-j land Preshvtei i.in church filled munitv in the near future bit regular appointments here brought out the fact that prob There has .>een u great deal of sickness here in the past (three weeks. Little Vic.oria Coleman was quite sick last week with contin- j ued fever. j H. C. Goodwin 1 is been tus- sling with chill' just for pas- I time. Mimmie ' nit ton has been con- for several Fagan's pre-inventory sale is now on. Bargains like Brother Thompson's religion: Pnre Jersey cream—no bluejohn. Men's .straw Hats, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

cs THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS. JUNE 29, 19UD. The Spiritual Man# xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. The Arm> Canteen. Oalveaton New . The America nation is proud of its army and its navv. Popu- lar government and free institu climate abstinence from the use of intoxicating drink is essential to continued health and effi- ciency." "I think the freedom of the ad- mission of beer und other arti- cles into camp and the frequent- ing of the rum-selling holes in town more dangerous than sleep- ing on the ground." i < «H i lag i | i -<■1 v i tii" HTATK omi KIW. if he escapes the perils of the camp and the field, he will go back to civil life and to its du- ties uhen his teru of enlistment kioutmiaut Governor. .J. N. is over. If he has done well, if Comptroller K. h« iiv« p ,b. po.Hibiiiti.K Commodore I. H. Gibbs, V. S. of the service, he will be a more ¡ T-r«?a*urer— John W. N., says: "In my opinion there manly man, he will be a better SuPt'p,,blicIn*lructlo, -'J*8' can ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

Kducation is a word that cov- ert a multitude of meaning. Because the term it* applied to the operation* of the achool- houae, it doe* not follow that it ia reatricted solely to a consid- eration of elementary branches of learning or to the fullest knowledge of English literature, law or mathematics. There ia an old baying that "genius haa glue on ita feet." Another tnat genius is an unlim- ited capacity for labor. They are both true, (ienius, or, to to put it in difTerent language, the capacity for achieving suc- cess, is a quality of the individ- ual that disposes him to form a distinct purpose in his work, di- rect his whole intelligence, en- ergv and labor to it, and never lbe graduate of the univer-j|et anything but absolute de- struction of the possibility of success deflect him Irom his LI0M8 IMP IW CAPTIVITY. Ttojr Dmhf ftnettr ul An m ■Milky m WUd Obm. There was a current tradition that wild animals born in captivity do not attain the savageo*?* of those bred in their nativ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

' ft. Mitt. I la «be Caldwell pnatofBce M wo- ••4 *C>m matter. I«sued Every Friday Morning. Subscription Rat* . Year .. Month ...... ■ Mon t u .. Month* |1 AO 5S ao Advertising R « AH advert WIiskon first pttK«' will chat-sod § tt*ni> imt inch truiglit. with no mluetiuii for iurite Hds. «play ada one Insertion twi'iity cents Inch: two Insertion thirty-live cuts 1 Iticb; one mouth lxty cent per inch. Local rare* «even and one-half cent* per Itae Brut ln ertlon and Hve cent per line •tch ub equent Insertion. Obituaries, card* of thank and not lee of tatamente priven for rolI#Ion , i-ducn- I or charitable purpose at half re«u- you know. You see, ah. he couldn't protect himself, and no 1 took a hand in it and protected him, and in the natural course of events the apple became my property, don't you see. Now, I couldn't think of giving the little fellow nix apple, and if 1 did somebody might take it away from him." The above really sounds silly to a sensible person, but it is on a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

yfc-1 CALDWELL TO «EDUCE FORCE. HALF TH« SOLDIERS IN CUBA TO ■S RROUOHT HOMK, WUI VatntwN !■ Km MM Ik* VltalMn On •* Man Jim Waablagtoa. June 19.—As toon m aeoretary Root return* to this city, early nest week.,erraBfetnehui will be ■ode for the final withdrawal of m may troop# u can bo spared from farther service in Cuba. According to reporta recently received from üover- aor Ueneral Wood the election! panned off quietly and without serious disor- der at any point and affairs generally have become tranquil. with no Indica- tions of future trouble. In conse- quence of these «Rcournulng state- ments of affairs the officials of the war department are considering tho ques- tion of a large reduction of the mili- tary foriH* in Cuba. It has been esti- mated that about one half of the troops can safely be brought home within the nest few months. Nothing will be set tied an to which regiments Khali como until after Secretary Root returns to the city. There Is an impre «ion, how- ever that t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

THF, CALDWELL XEWS-CHBONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. JUNE 89, 1900. 55 NEWS-CHRONICLE. ' ft K& hwrteton. MJST, JR.. ft Mi mm Mgr. t. HOUSTON GERMAN. El Ml Rtltr. Wm' Ear- :: Jfe §1 m Bf,' I In ttM t aldwell poMoffto aa Sia« waller Ittaad Ev rj Friday Morn Inf. IN A NUTSHEL.,, London man uf art u i ea £ S,000,060 worth of umbrellas annually. Divine healers have come under ths tea of the poatotfice department. In Illinois during the last fifteen years birds have decreased 38 per «ant. Thlrty-«1x Mormon missionaries are at work In Georgia, and the converts number over 200. If all tbe cabs in London were placed In a line there would be a total length of forty-four miles. Muta were first used by doctors to keep tbetr fingers soft, and were adopt- ed by ladles about 1550. "Nobody can persuade Aunt Hetty to get on a bicycle." "She knows when she's well off."—Philadelphia Bulletin. The population of ttaOvClty of Balti- more is about 575,000. Of this number about 100,000 are wholly or partly o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS- S * I MM* the old CAN NOW/ having a good time r a*#" ,mpP?P ■■ , = Jul Are still doing business at the same old stand and will always appreci- ate your trade. Satisfaction always guaranteed. l^iH Mul AAA IIIAI* Mil flaf4L A* will 0N 5W IHvll INISln PITUkN CALDWELL, TEXAS. Mr . M. OookSQheimer. J. Gockenljeimer. PLENTY OF eIR fIND LIGHT. fILL MODERN CONVENIENCES. Central Hotel RATES, $2 PER DA t. SAMPLE ROOM FREE. BRENHAM. - - - TEXflS. Mrs. M. GaGkenhelmer & Son. DID YOU KIN OIA/ THAT GEORGE HESLEP tlSON WURRAV'I FLOAT LINK? Well, he has, and he wants your hauling* too. If yon once give him a chance to haul for you, he knows bow to continue doing your work Try bim and see. if* t| 1$ i$ O THE PATRIOT 9PY. FRANCIS M FINf'H. To drum beat anil heart beat A soldier marches by. Tli r* is color in hi cheek. Tber« is course*' in his eye; Ttt to drum beat and heart In a moment he mum die. fijr star light and moon light H« lh' Hrlton * (.imp, H* hears the rustling Hue A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

p? Rjij.1 II Nihmi fir Km Ivmi at A.aai M. cmm, WkMmm 1 Or TOPICS NMKt. ef llmrtal tatsrest u Ml Haw I MMm IMr IMn ftm «M Cam Mract The following is the programme •f the Texas Farmers' congress which meets on the grounds of the Agricultural and Mechanical col- lege, College Station, Tex., begiu King at 3 p. in. on Jul) 3, and clos tag at IS in., July <>: GENERAL SESSION SPEAK- ERS. 1. Address of welcome, Marion som, AIvarado, president of board of directors, Agricultural and Meclianical college. 8. Response, Hon. C. H. Willing- ham, Bellinger. 3. "Educating for Agricultural Pursuits/* Dr. Stubbs, professor of agriculture of the Louisiana state college. 4. "How Can the Farmer Secure (he Beat Help From the Banks, Hon. Heber Stone, Brenhem, Tex. 5. "Agriculture aud Horticul- ture in East Texas," R. it. Claridge, Palestine, Tex. 6. "Navigation of the Braatos," Col. L. L. Foster, College Station, president Brazos River Navigation bureau. EXPERINCE MEETING. I. "Feeding My Premium Ho...

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