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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

< V Hi B fcsfk® SI'FwiWH YOU KNOW, L. Burnes, of Brenham, in the city a few hours Tuesday. Mi** Lillie Hodgvs, of Tunis, was in the city Monday and Tuesday with friends. Miss Nelie Ba!ues left Satur- day to npend several weeks with relatives at McGregor and Cle- burne. I . \V, Kovd, who has been Miss Carrie Carroll is visiting Miss Bessie Buster at Somer- vitle this week. J. F. Mclver's little son, Alex, is quite sick with biliousness and whooping cough. Miss Maud Matthews came buck last week from a month's visit at Georgetown and Austin. Little Miss Maud James re- turned Wednesday from a visit to Mrs. Hoiner Lamkin at Bren- ham. Mrs. Jim Hill has been very very sick for some time, is re- sicl< this week with congestion ported to no.v be considerably!60,1 neuralgia but is improving improved. ¡slowly. Miss Emily Fischer is taking Miss Nellie Parkhill has been a rest from her duties as clerk very dangerouly ill with conges- this week, and is visiting rela-jtion but is reported t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TETAS JUNE 2 , 1900. ' .1. ' . 'm , I,. 1 I 1 11111 II1 I, 11SSSESSSS2SL-. IBS" mmtmmmm mm ¿Paris Cxposttion jCottor. Our fafuimr Corr* p d Ht. Paris, Francs, June 11,1900. Editor News-Chroniclr: Strange as it may seem, about the best place to study the United States at the preslnt time is in the Paris universal exposition. When you are very dose to a big thing you cannot see it. Perspection is necessary in measuring its scope. I have just returned from a visit to the building where many interna- tional congresses, sociología, sci- entific, philanthropic, educational and religious, arc always held. All the congresses sit in the large upper halls where many eminent specialists from all parts of the world are met to confer and discuss. In the lower halls are exhibits of various countries, and the exhibit of the United States is in the second room to the right. In all the rooms of these buildings are displayed pictures, tables, maps and mod- els o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

Washington, p. c., June 22. Enivoa Nrwh-Chnonici.r : Notwithstanding the juggling by the republican leader with the vice presidential nomination, which everybody saw through, the Hanna-made ticket which wat nominated at Philadelphia and the Washington-made plat- form adopted have evoked not EE But a great deal of hardship has resulted." X t t Demócrata do not lack live ia- sues for thia campaign, and bv iio mcana the leaat of them ia the extraordinary extravagance of the government under the McKinley administration. In the language of Representative Rich- ardson of Tennessee, democratic leader of the house, "The coat = * A VESTING the slightest enthusiasm in'of running this government has Washington, although the nu- been $3(K),000,000 more annually merical strength ot the bread for the last three years than it and butter brigade at the nat- was before the war with Spain! ional capito!, and Roosevelt's i was fought. It is a very serious | considerable personal following I question w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 29 June 1900

'"w-l K 'í> = = ' ';: y! •..? •' CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, JUNE * , 1900. of tl)« Stract. —Rev. Wootton requests the announcement that he will preach at the Methodist church Sunday and Sunday night. —The like of sickness in town and in the county was scarcely ever known before. It is nearly all congestion, and dangerous. —Ed Guyton is to be hanged Saturday for the murder of Dan Ragsdale. Only a few will be allowed to witness the hanging. —The collection at the Bap- tist church Sunday morning for the famine-stricken of India amounted to about twenty -eight dollars. —Dr. J. P. Sparks and family, of Hix, will move to town next week and occupy the T. V. Murray residence which Dr. Sparks recently purchased. —Our Bohemian friends of the C. S. P. S. fraternity are going to celebrate the Fourth at New Tabor. Hon. R. J. Alexander and Prof. Joseph Wondrash will be the speakers. —Rev. Seth Ward requests all subscribers to the "Twen- tieth Century Education Fund"] to pay thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

in * 1 § mm p ■ ^-;,,v i ,v... ,, , VláTBV Vf> PAGES. OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. XXI. CALPWKLL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1900. NO. 6. &rom Our fflurai Staff, t I? nil;? fishing expedition with their fam- ^ ilius n few days ago, decided the roads were too rough and dusty to travel, so they returned home Monday. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lí. Brymer fell and broke her arm last Friday. Miss Viola Arnold is visiting Miss K(Vie Williams of your city. O. A. Whipple and brother left Sunday for Mason county to visit friends. Miss Carrie Williams is spend- ing a few days with Miss Annie A mold. Mis> Do vie Williams returned Saturday from Rosebud, where she has been visiting relatives. Misses Km ma Paul and Tem* pie Gilley are on the sick list. Prof. J. C. Watts made a bus- HIX. Mix. Thxas. July 2. Editor NK\vii-l'ukonicu: One of the most excellent school concerts ever known in tbm communitv and th...

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

m ti#.. ■ HI v v ifi li: tí;"'" •$, ■ '"i 'tlV1 The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Always AbowMHng. In the fifteenth chapter of I Corinthians Paul makes the matttei' argument for the doc- trine of the resurrection. He I* your complexion the result of having parent*, or i it band- made? Are you Jew, («entile or Irish? 'f a Jew, vhy don't you start a clothing store? If Irish, why don't you get on the police force? Where were you born? Why? Was there much fuss made about it? Are you sorry you didn't wait? If single, state how citen and why? Are vour children male or fe- most unmerciful criticisms upon the man sent by the Holy Spirit to preach the gospel to thein, male, white or Mack, twins, trip- and then these very same par- j lets or worse? Give age and sex ents will express wonder and I of the boys, also of the girls, disappointment if their children N umber of children living, also concludes the argument vith the ;ire not led to Christ bv him. ¡dead. How many in all? In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

SfPlB 1900. •*— MP < C. lUatte. finís. resource are more gueaaed than known, and itn manufacturing j possibilities, while infinite, are ! only now beginning1 to attract attention of capitalist and pos* sible investors. It is safe to . predict that the next decade will man. \\ e hope that his way will! witness a very apparent growth along these lines, and it is dur- '■ ■ i ', . , ' . ,. , .. . be one of sunshine nod prosper- W,(h much nsr.t I tad .bat #Bd 1(. I J demand «pon my time by h¡s fimi, exit to a higher world he will have lilted many pupils for usefulness in this life and a blessed reception in the life to come. An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. my other employments is such that I am forced to discontinue editing the educational depart- ment of the Nkwb-Chhunici.k. It gives me much pleasure to recall the many pleasant tilings ing this period that co-operation on the part of tile people will play its greatest part in making this future development as great as the existing conditio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

'-'"n : ■ ■..: ;:f.' . í'iif ' ' ■ - ■ . : ■' -. {V:.. ■ 1,. "' ",'■ í" ■■ i . '' •' :,\' , m SUR" 'i,.; t>3£| wm* MflKRT . RUST, JR. Batered tn the Caldwell po tofflc« aa wc- •ad-cliu matter. Ifetued Every Ptiday Momln . £ Two Subscription Rote . „Y' T . Month* . >ur Motilas o Month . •1 30 "ft no i Advertising Ratee. AU advorttsli . "u tir->i page «TU he t'linrR>\1 Rccnto p -i iiu'l. üitaitthi. with m reduction * lart'f arlt . Diapluy ails «Míe insertion í «renty cents par fu'-l.; two insertion* thirty-five «taut* par luck; one month sixty ceuts per luck. Local mt«# seven and one-half cent per ll«e first Insertion and five cunts per line each ubi>< nuont insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of •atertnhinients viven for religions, educa- tional or chat .table purpose at half tegu- lar rate*. Lairai notice* of ¡ill Winds $1.00 per hundred words firs-, Insertion and 80 cents per hun- dred words each vn>se<jut«ut Insertion. Tlie N :ws-('nuoirict.E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

féP illf i London. June 30.—There la ahaolute- ly bo authentic word u to the where- about* of the member of the lega* Uona. although Abundant reports from Chinase sources say that they were anfa a few daya ago. The Dally Mall's Shanghai correspondent, telegraphing yeaterday, saya: "An Imperial decree has been sent to all the viceroys ad- vising them that the foreign ministers were ssfe in Pehln on June IS and af- firming that the government wc \ld protect them. This is authentic i ad reliable. I received It through a high Chlueae official having means of com- munication from the capital from Shanghai by courier to Pao Ting Fu and thence by telegraph. There is no doubt that the Chinese government fully recognises what the safety of the ministers implies. At the same time and for this reason, there la less un- easiness about them." The Shanghai correspondent of tbo Dally Bx presa, under yesterday's date, aays: "Chinese officials declare they hare Imperial authority for stating that th...

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

' iff * " " ' '■'■ • • KUST. «., CERNAR, Ncr, la ti laldvell Kv ry Friday Morola*. PORIOAIT cr FASHIONS. - frIngas will b« ussd on l§R" I Uto ud colorad Itnsns are i fsnlard silks. nswsst French boaa lie flat the neck and ara made of lwe or chiffon edged with Chantllly frills The popular bait now la of patent Issther with a point in the front, nar- ro at the «Idea and wider at the buck ■ton Jacketa of black tucked taffeta with reverá and collar of white corded taffeta are the neweet wraps for thla Bo varied are the bata that, although fruit la aeen a grant deal, flowari aleo are worn more than ever. Wreaths of quite the thing Just now for the dainty imer millinery. Soft silk aaahea fringed at the ende, _ flehu scarfs falling over the skirt and ribbon loop* and enda of luatroue pliable ailk or satin add greatly to the grace of the summsr gown . Violet and green la an excellent com- bination for the furniahing of one or •ore moma in the aummer cottage, and there are various pretty dee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

' In a county la «outturn Illinois and Iran than a decade ago th«r« still re- mained a rural section which the peo* pit In the towns designated as the "jungle." a tarn of contumely handed down from a period when thia portion at the county waa isolated by impassa- ble roads and covered with dense tim- bara. The "Jungla" fell behind in tb. march of progress. The (arm wugon conveyed the family to church on Sun- when the people on the prairlo In "spring wagons" or owned buggies. There was one prevailing style of architecture, which Is still frequently seen, the square log house With one room and a l>o*ed-up kltrhen at the aide. The light «t reuminK through the one small window showed such decorations on the walls an a shotgun snd ride, the horn powder flask and hunting pouch, and trophies of the hunt, while on winter evenings the glow- ing firelight from the cavernous fireplace threw shadows In and out among the festoons of onions, a dried pumpkin, and "middllno" suspended from the r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

*JEk ¡Kb-.;' f«r tbf lv««t at lari M, CiMbu, or Tones named. if MatifHI husrsst M Ml ffeaw Ui^^a A IlIaa «JMifcl &*£' P a The following is the programme •f the Texas Farmers' congress, which meets on the grounds oí the Agricultural and Mechanical col- lege, Col leg*; Station, Tex., begin- ning at 8 p. m. on Jul¿- 3, and clos- ing at 12 m., July 6: GENERAL SESSION SPEAK- ERS 1. Address of welcome, Marion Bansora, Alvarudo, president of Ikoard of directors, Agricultural and Mechanical college. 2. Response, Hon. C. H. Willing- ham. Ballinger. 3. "Educating for Agricultural Pursuits,** Dr. Stubbs, professor of agriculture of the Louisiana state college. 4. "How Can the Farmer Secure the Best Help From the Banks," Hon. Heber Stone, Brenham, Tex. 5. "Agriculture and Horticul- ture in East Texas," R. R. Claiidge, Palestine, Tex. 6. "Navigation of the Brazos," Col. L. L. Foster, College Station, president Brazos River Navigation bureau. EXPERINCE MEETING. 1. "Feeding My Premium Hogs," 4...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

Hon. W. tí. Garrett waa tranti- acting court husmea here yon* terday. Attorney J. M. Matthi , of Brenhum, was attending court here Monday. J. F. Cobb returned Saturday from Rock port and Cameron after being gone two weeks. Bennic, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Sp; irUs, has been quite sick this week, but is some better. Mrs. Nellie Gerald <>f Peitiple is here this week on a visit to the family of her fatlu-r, Theo. Sulli va n. Mi s Fannie Stone 1 day for Tyler where remain a month or moi relatives. ft Dr. Hamp Davidson and wife and child left for their home at Boerne yesterday. Dr. David- non came last Sunday, though Mrs. Davidson had been here a week or more. Prof. J. N. Correll will leave today with his family for Mil- ford where he will serve as principal of the school next term. Our people lose a good man and excellent family. J. II. Webb of Br van arrived Wednesday and will spend a week or more at the home of Dr. J. P. Oliver, where Mrs. i Webb, Dr. Oliver's daught...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

ÜBP 10 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, JÜLV 6, t'JOO. i i m ra • ; ¿Paris Exposition jCotter. S&y Our SPeyu/ar Correspondent. ... . ... . .<4 i** II I 11 ™U W IFT™ Si FTV mm™ • í "iln Pakis, Fkanck, June 18, 1900. KmroK Nkwb-Chkoniclk: There are on the left bank of the Seine and facing- directly the river a row of detached build- ings, each one of which i.s a na- tional building and occupied as a sort of national headquarters by the nation that built it. Over each waves the nation's Hag and in each walks two or three sol- diers in the uniform of their country. These buildings of for- eign powers, or as the French say it. "Pavilions des Puissances i Ktrangercs," are situated in the ¡ following order: Italy. Turkey, United States, Austria, Bosnia, A company of Toxnus i« the lirst to ► mmmmmmNmmm of a whale down whose capacious throat Jonah, with proper pre- sentation, might have traveled. • • • Spain has remarkably fine Go- belins worked with historic scenes entir...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

WASHINGTON NEWS KITE*. V Washington, L\ C., June 2". Editoh Nhws-Chkonicuk : Naturally, McKinley is being- barably criticised for going1 away from Washington for an indefi- nite atay just after he has issued orders which commit this gov- ernment to a participation in the war which the combined Kuro- pean powers are preparing to wage in China. He must have felt that he was doing wrong in going to Canton, where he and Boss Hanna arc to fix 11 j his letter of acceptance and other campaign mutter*, as before leav- ing he tried to give out the im- pression that he regarded the trouble in China as about all over after the Chinese minister an- nounced the safety of diplomats and other foreigners, who were all reported hilled in lYkin by the European manufacturers of news. Hut the ( liou-sc min- ister made another announce- ment, whi h made it plain that the trouble i> just beginning, and that was that the tight at Taku was started by the de- mand by the Kuropean fleet for the surrender ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 July 1900

ff - fi * |p ss THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TETAS, JULY 6, 1900. i mmmm Stories of tbo Street. —County court is in session this week, though but few cases have been taken up yet. —Our SomerviU*' communica- tion came in just before the last form was closed—entirely too late. —Dave Black, of Yellow Prai- rie had some line watermelons on the streets Wednesday, the Fourth, There were also some peaches in town this week. —Quite a crowd of our people intend to go to Yellow Prairie today to take in the big picnic. Rev. Wecms Wootton is on the program for a patriotic address, —Court adjourned Wednes- day, the glorious Fourth, and all the stores in town were closed. The day was observed by nearly all business and work being sus- pended. —Good showers are reported from nearly every community in the county and the prospects for more rain ore good. The rain that has fallen and the cool- ing of the atmosphere will do a great deal of good. —The admirers of the Terp- sichorean art spent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XXI. • il-R AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1900. * J'rom Our ¿Rural Staff, i ********* TUNIS. Ml*. whore she will remain a month or so finishing out her fall school term. Miss Willie Runkle has gone to Second Creek, where she will te ach a month or more. There was no preaching1 at the Baptist church Sunday, as the pastor is holding a meeting- at Second Creek. We understand the 1 Japtist meeting commences at thi-- pla *e Sunday. I B I Tims. Tckuk, Julv 7. Hix, Tfx^s, Jul} H>. EmTriK Nkwk-Chkonicu: : Kon'oa Nkonic w:: It has been showering in cv- Aside from a feu small show- ' 'u" Methodists have post- ery direction, but we have been ers. we have had no rain yet. lM,ru'' ''leir meeting until about «kipped. though crops are doing fairly . l'|St August. Howard Coleman and wife re- well; corn is much better than j ' **nalipox scare is being turned last wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

pM" &;&'•• múámwMWw&ái The Spiritual Man* xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D, RAY. liquor ami man'* injustice to man anil wrong to himself! Then? in a better (lay coming. The dawn of it in seen in the ; moral issue* that we are begin* ning to know are moral, (lod speed the noon day! Charles ! j A/. She!lion. .«i*** W#«!WWMWW' wrenvv *?C* f *1 Was It a Miracle? Moral Issue . — r- "The ntarvtfk.il-. cure of Mr . Rena J J. 8tout of CoiiKiiutptioii ha-, created i as well as the seller i.s a sinner. ".tenaceNoitement ¡u Caminack. Ind." I , , writes Marion Stuart a leading drug-' ¡hoc a soul made in (iod s image ¡ gist of Muneie. ind. She mil v weighed deliberately to use a thing tiiat< n,u,H** when her doctor" u. York- i town .said she mu«t soon die. 1 hen IS so saturated with the sin of hIu> began tu use Ur. King's Mew l)is- the world is certainlv an awful cvnery and gainod ^ponndsin weight ¡ t . , and was completely cuml. It j . • USC of a free choice. J he Sin cured thoti.sar.r1* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

■ i „ . ,, , (tfulmitt t<*d by l'rof. J. V. \Viot*a JVxa* F®nn sitttf Wmicli Q . . . t , ^ " Pride ruin ardor, hope and joy, I he present all-ab*oi binjf Chi- j s^ouc on every facial line; ilOttC question, lil<e most ijnes- Painted cork and fisher hoy tion , hat* two side , though the , «porting where the w a tern shine obverse may Have been carefully A thl> luuKh °'er pebiilc bright. , , ,• ., Where the minnow* pan ' and durt; cod i-caled. In religion, moral í ,taM ,w „h. ^ , J|(M. and political practice, the I hi- ^jif iij)| u,u. will take his part. oese differ widely from Kurope-¡ " . ' I' urv, anger and despair ans and Ameiicans. 01 many Drive away his happy mood, years we have been trying- to And he >.uik but-. .esto where reconcile these differences by in- Pretty waters deep and good troducing our religion, our mor-j I'-ddy shnvlv neath the shade . j -.• i ...i M'f an overhanging tree. a s and our commercial and p<> ... , 1 Meepv place, and hsh afraid; litica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

■ —— WftTi MttRT t. Mlftl* JR §. MUSIO* ■a to red ta tUe Caldwell pout officii a ave ••4-Ulnas matter. Issued Every Friday MuriiinK. Caldwell, Texas, Friday, July 13. IPHWP——— 1 1 1 WHO tS TO 1/AV It iiov develops that the county's four hiy scraper and thirty-ei^ht anules are to be auctioned off. There ia no funda with which to build the bridge t. or fix up the roads, the county paving h. '.idly defeated the tax meas- ure. There is nothing else to do so far as we see. This paper caught an inkling several weeks since that the county's apparatus would go. The |ieoplc are law. however, and if they don't want better road , then why tear a shirt over the matter .' Temple Mirror. While we do not strictly advo- cate the voting of an additional tax for road purposes under the present system, vet there are other ways, it seems, by which the road question might be dealt with and conditions like those referred to above might be met. The greatest and most de- plorable difficulty is in getting t...

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