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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

" ■ mi a 4'llH M| I >| &| TUB* Willi RILkSD AND lUlln* ED AT TM« OUTIMAK New York. July II.—A totter from Iter. Horace T. Pitkin . atationed at Pea Tine Fu. where the Boxer trou- Mm Irt—n has bam received by the ¡fiserlcan board through Mr. Pltkloa' Hite, who to at preaant at Troy. Ohio. The lotter tu dated May 38. and In It Mr. Pltklns tolls of a fight in a nearby village on March II. He aaya: "It seen that In the moonlight of Saturday night the Boxers come down te the village, surrounded the bourn of the Roman Catholica as they were pointed out tb them, and then robbed them, allowing none to escupe. Fin- ally they tired the bouses and as the people ruahqri out (rom the flames, they were killed and thrown back Into the Are. Only one man escapod, and they pursued him. lie jumped into a well and the soldiers flred their guns Into the well and thinking him dead they left. He managed to get out and etarted tor Poa Ting Fu. told the Ro- man Catholics and they watted all day for o...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

" vi \im Um CUdtiU tía * nailer W*eed Every frMif Htnlif. te; BAROAIN DAY BRIBFB. ■-Iffl abe a peculiar girl? i't look at bin when he but now. after he's loat all his accep*a bin. Jeaa—Ob. ••II, jrou know bow crmay evsry worn- aa ia to get anything that's reduced, lia Prcaa. tit ruab at the bargain counter faints. The other women re- bar Interestedly, but with no- aversion. "How extremely 1Mb!" they exclaim, and shrug r aboulders, and proceed with their For after all It Is the tbor- womaaly woman who com- tbe esteem of her own sex.— it Journal. "Went home on Thursday night and found my wife ill. Symptoms alarm- ing. Dosed her bsat I could. On Fri- day morning she waa no better. Kelt worried- Wife doll and stupid. No Mi to bar. Started for doctor. Struck by happy thought. Turned back. Ova complete." "What was it?" "Simple v pie. J oat said. Too bad you have to be sick on bargain day. ay dear.' 8he bouncad up. Wbatt' ato cried. 'How stupid of one to for- get:' In Uve minutas she was u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

mm P expected eprieve. the bad been in Utlittc health lor eonw limo, and the mini who loved her had Insisted that she tee a physi* «ien. The uffeetlonately dictatorial manner which he had an yet uo right to amine was r.weet to the girl, who waa all alone In the world, «ave for lite love in which ho held her, ao she bad quietly obeyed him. Bealdes. ah waa a little anxious herself contro- las the weakness and lassitude which aaade iter daya dreary and th" cough which kept her awake moat of the night. It wa« al! so unlike the vigor- out. unbroken Zenith which she h id nlwa.VH enjoyed until the laat year. And DOW abe was nervously waiting for the verdict of th gr a? ami fainoua specialist whom Tom Imd Initiated that she consult. The great man had seemed a trifle absent-minded and preoccupied throughout the Interview, alie fancied, careful anil searching as had been hla questions. He only seemed to wake up fully. it seemed to her. when ahu timidly inquired If anything serious waa the mat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 July 1900

tot ■ if'" ÜS fe;-. ! • ■ < 1 A >1 life City. Mo. July 6 —The Dem- erratic convention was call?d to order Thursday at 11 o'clock. Catholic Bhh- G'ennon of the Kiuaaa City dlo* prayer. Ex-Gov. Hon of Texaa anida a and waa cheered Hoaa. M M. of Miaaouri. Williams of Illl- and Oov. Beckham of Kentucky apoka. but a Democrat Newland replied that he nerer had been anything but ft Democrat until President Cleveland had. by hie conduct, driven him out of the party. The committee decided to inaert the plank. The apeciflr silver plank waa adopt* ed la committee by a vota of 2t to 24. The convention resssombled at 4 o'clock and Senator Tillman read the Adjournment waa taken until 3:30. A committee waa appointed to confer ' platform, aa followa, which waa with the Silver Republicana and Popu- adoptad without a dissenting vote: WO, ths representatives of ths Dem- ocratic party of the United States, aa- Whan the full committee" convened ln DBtlon"1 ~ ventlon on ths . i anniversary of the da...

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

* & I < 5 Vw? Mia Georgia Watford ia in the city this week, the guest of Miaa Ola Bowles. Mru. L H. Sparks of Hix has been spending the week at the home of her son, B. I. Sparks. Dr. John Porter, now of Hutto but formerly of this county, is in our city looking as jolly as ever. A. D. Kust. Jr., made a busi- ness trip to Waco Wednesday with the intention oi being gone several day; . Mrs. J, W. Hagsdale returned Wednesday morning from a trip to New York, after an absence of two weeks. Mrs. M. A. Monies of Helton in here this week visiting her daughter, Mis* Ola, at the home of K. K. Jordan. K. L. Joiner returned Wednes- day from a business trip of sev- eral days lo Waco and |s ints north and east <•! there. Dr. J. P. Sparks and family moved Tueaday from Hix to their residence in the city. Mias Belle Jenkins returned yesterday from Brenham where ahe had been for a week, visit- ing her sinter, Mrs. Harnett. J. W. Harvey and family and A. C. Farmer and family left yesterday for...

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

PBPWSP ilis Sps s® Ife ^ t nÉiÉ «wyyaÉA**MdyyM>É*M>ÉÉ^^ mtmmtMit itmuiimiMK ¿Parts Cxposi'tt'on jCetter. J8y Our &0fMi*r Correspondent. Pakis, Fkanch, June 25, 1900. Editor News-Chkonjci.e: Yesterday was Sunday and the day of the Grand Prix or the great horse race at Long- champs, about four miles from the city. Why in it that in all Catholic countries Sunday is se- lected for sports and amuse- ment? In Spain, bull fights; in Italy, picnics and excursions; in France, automobile, bicycle and horse races. I did not go to the Grand Prix, because I saw it twenty-two years ago, with the then president of France, Mar- shall McMahon, on the grand stand with the shah of Persia and the ex-king of Spain, Amo- deus, as guests of honor. Once is often enough to sec a Grand Prix or to go slumming. It may ; text books; e"tc~ 8bowiíg "tie be necessary to kno.v and un- public school system. plans of deistand some things, but it is Johannesburg mines; photo- not necessary to wallow in them....

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

88 HSf/J s- ^t7VflPP| NEWS- Washington, D. C., July 6. Editom Nkws-Chkonici.k : If there are any demócrata in Washington who are not enthu* aiaatically pleased with tb •* ticket and platform made by the Kan* bUH City convention, they are not allowing themselves or do* ing any public talking. It can- not be said that any part of the work of the convention was a surprise. The only thing that could be considered open when the convention assembled was the nomination for vice presi- dent. The head of the ticket had been fully settled by the in- atruction of more than the neces- sary two-thirds t! the delegates for Colonel Uryan, and the im- portant plank- of the platform were practically settled in ad- vance by tht-se same instruc- tions, an there had not at any time been any doubt of the posi- tion of Colonel Mrvan. whose consistency is one of his strong- est holds on the rank and file of the democratic jarty. upon any question that would be handled in the platform. A candid re- publica...

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

1,V' B m*.■ ¿li" 1 day. Tbe buainea meeting will be held at 4 o'clock p. m.. Sat* urday, the 28th. in the Metho- dist church at Yellow Prairie. —Information has lately been received by Agent H. H. Dela- mater from W. S. Keenan, G. P. A. of the Santa Fe, that a spe- cial coach will be put at Caldwell about the 22nd of this month to be used in conveying Company K to the encampment at La Porte. This coach will be carried by the way of Alvin and Hous- ton and will be at the servicc of the company all the way. The transportation privileges will ex- tend until the breaking up of the encarapmcnt. The grave fathers compos- ing the city council have had ■ premium i u.&mrv. ft On Hand: Mexican June Seed Corn, Millet Seed at 65 cents. Just Received, One car Sacked Corn, One car Bolted. Meal, Fruit Jars and Rub .ers. I WOMBLE, JENKINS & JENKINS. ¿ % «*. *K,■ , ."K.*■, , \ ?WWTvWWWvWTWWT1 t J Stories of tb« Str««t —A cruaade was made against the weeds around tbe town this week and a big ...

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

Caldwell News-Chronicle. OtJR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. SOMI.RVILI I. ' ■v r im CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1900. &rom Our fflurai Staff, t ********* j - chool f r this scholastic year. We wish her much success as a| soviKitvii.i.i. Tex *, July l' . teacher. Koitoh Nhws-Ciikonh i.):: ¡ Miss Minnie McVeigh, oui'| The railroad officials are hav- tcacher, ami Misses Mary and ing crossings put in ahove town \|3lluj Thomas are visiting the and one mile south "f town, ais. patn,ns ut our „ciu>,,¡ this week, a crossing at the east end of the Pi i nki r. Y, where there is n< road to get! t0 „ IIOOKI RVIil t. It seems hard for the railroad , ,v i , ,i ... Hookkkvii.i.k, Tex , JmIv 1 > and countv officials to unuet- JVWTOH NKWS-I hkonkie: stand that it is a road we want A , r • , I v Prof. J. t. \\ itts and familv to gel to and from the \ . Mrs. 1', W. Alexander rv turned from Rogers Friday. ...

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

THE CAI,DWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS. JULY 20. two. m « C m «¡«W •« * « « «t it it«t« *« tt « « <t ft The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. 'jfa $|wr w" " «i.flínv1. e.jv' rr. fV1" ■? ** •" " ¡t ■'* ■" <? vnted shadow . The true light will pierce thein, melt them, scatter them, and we shall stand out distinct as stars, lighter than ever cloud ascended, renewed in lustre by the infinite glory of, Clod. Parker, X the Brightest Honart ol Heitra. | bi nnn purifier PLUUU i UHlr IHI Others may have tilled the ¡ .vorltl with the breath of their a practical relation to the world, | name; he has helped to till elevating aud purifying life and heaven; other* may have won i. more import, nt or prc^in* Tie,>-' Whenever tl,« church. eirtM.tr renown-, hut he who, in its claims than that which "'°WS.'!SC" !'ractlcul >n'l>a-:a Christian hi,..sell, has suughl forms the caption of this article.; ]y ""'i ,h'B t" make others Cl.nst.ans who. Wb> Do Sot People Co to Chu...

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

Jf; $§1 ™K! NEW®- everything in it8 place. merchant wont In the mirnmer tiro* u pltniMiiit, iirui'cful. pu*torid «•lime, i'hure tlic roailvtuy* rtbi uii'U thu aerM through tho fruit of th«* fanner' laboro rrov, der It't-s .«train. Jle un* ulivuy docile with hi mother,, Imt 1 never au i iin kli* her unli t* t>he urgid him to. I thought hirii uold and indifferent. Otic dnv, ¡i I « a-about to go on i.n He walked iiIouk wlu-re the h'thjen choir* nrr.nw! 'IViI/U* mill. I'tward plaintive note* to tlu- vibrant wlruu |im'1 UlU>, H1U * Oí JEvplierun, that rn iKlit ill.- thrill "\\ ill VOll I riU«r 1110 tl little ldlilik And na.hvd It «we.«>,- Kruve and hill. I l)(),)k> r¡(*h „ ¡, , , (1 ¡( •, HU Keimea \.oke to ii nu-ithuri-new. "Ve¿ rlenr'' I niv mi d I,,,,..,.;., A hallowln I .n.. diu l,i:. mln<l imbue, i u'• t,f ttr' 1 lM" '>«iming And h« ¿u I * ft.U J \ * Itctteílcc i ofT. **| will litJV (>1)1* |(.r \ c II • l.lko a spirit punH. il to tiif rt ilma of bum . I \tv . ',...

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

St K Ji¿ u l i.f-r, ll fefi5' Mas . a|M|* m iailf MftV i JOMAR, • • AlflUT 0. RUS I, JR., ^ MUSIO* 6CRMAN, Miar «ti Ripifttf. Batered in the Caldwell pnatoAce a ec- •ad-elaaa matter. laaued Every Friday Mornlug. Subscription Date . Om Year HU Months Four Montua .. Two Mont ha •1 so W so sa Advertíalas Rate . All n«1 ven l*ln ir on flrst pit or will lie chartied tf tent-. per lie li «(.might, with no reduction for luí--'' ads. Dtaulay ad* one Insertion twenty cunts par inch; two Insertions thirty-five cunt* par Inch; onu month sixty rents per inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents uer line Brst inser'lon and five cents per line • tch subsequent Insertion. Obituaries cards of thanks unit notices of «lertalnmeutsiclven for relic Ion , educa- mal or churltable purpoaes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds $1.00 per hundred words first Insertion and IW cents per huu- drod words each subaoquent insertion. The NKW8-eilBOXICI.K^ desires a corres- 55t tlonery and (Nistape ...

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

THE CALDWELL SEWS CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, JULY *0,MOO. FIFTEEN DROWNED •A CLOUOBURDT CAUSEO ORG AT LOSS CP LIFE AT COLEMAN. hdw nMW id MWMi"1I U (Ml Mkor U«m H m Hai* Imm Unlaw! by (Mi'inia, TVxas. July 17 Ablut 8 ojetee* this inornlug a cloudburst full «■ Uord'i creek above thU piuco. A heave rain bad fnllon bare and tbc crack waa bank full. A uviucudomt ware wu< wen coming down tbe val- *y. aud ix'for ' anyone could realise tbe ImtHMidlng dauger (lie whole val- ley wan tilled with watci und the creek wan nearly a mile wide. A ««mi- liar of reddened mid nuiiptt were wnalutl away and many Uvea were lout. It i* known that ttfteen p«'oj l ' wer«« diwwnvd, aniunu tlietu Jnlin l.u- leÍHHtlne nml J. O. Spaih. Kpuill atul fculeímhiiitr were «-ntin*i<■«I In p-m-uiiiu four lltilf ffirln. each luivlnu two on their Ih)i ik. when idl w *re wuhIuhI away. IVu I'oillt"* have Iwvii recover- ••d uinl wufch Ik Ih-íiiu lumlc for -©Hi- era **i uih wan OUe of the Icailiutt cUt/.i'OM of ti pla...

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

* * t v. . ' i./,£• y \ 11,1 • $4 the HBr? — A JOINER. • - D. RUST. JR.. BmImm mgr. GEIIMAII. Ei. aH Rtttr. - «- m Mr*4is Um Caldwell «Mr. Issusd Kv rj Friday Morslag. SDUCATlOKAL NOTES. According to the School Review only UMm cent of iDc pipila lo Anori- MB high schools aie hoys. ■overol commmllaa in lower Italy hove recently petltioaed the king for tfcs abolition of compulsory education, because of Ita cast. Yale nan who are working their way through college have become profea* atonal pallbearers to earn money. They receive 91 for each fnneral. By the will of the Into Anon da B ■nswortb of Bnnbury. Conn.. Tuske- ffse Nornsn and Induatrlol inatltuto rseetvee ooe-half of her estnte of 111, 4M after a number of small bequests and costa of aettlensot have Br. A. M. Stein, registrar of the Pun- id university, has npplied tor nod oo- the pern lesion of the govern- of India, and also thst of the lovoranont. to explore Kho- <nn. In CMasss Turkestan, this aun- nor. TWs «i toHm dons for ...

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

*p¿ TEX; r "fea, 1 know." She smiled-s irloul a fa á r cfb.iRKIb fbetr ereVe- . ufteritnea «Ír^HUfllé "Mo—I can't sit down. Just rm In to te* you a minute. What arc you going 7" Ned Hasard bent to look at tke medallion over which hi* «later tiny carnal'* hair brush wit aun pended. "Jove! what a beauty! A portrait — raally T Who I ahe?" "Mlee Sllverton of Evan «ton. Thle is lo be a gift to her Dance from one of II trlenda—a wedding gift. She la In the secret. 1 worked from a photo- graph until laat weak, when abe gave Ma a sitting. She la to be here for an- other today.'' Annie Hasard, a little, slender, elf- locked sprite, enveloped In a big paint- tag apron, with a palette on thumb, looked up to road approval In the eyes of the glgnntlc young brother w!¿c tow- ered over her. He had taken Che me- dallion up In hi* palm, and was look- ing down upon It with something brooding in his gase—a glance of ten- der prophecy. "You think it good?" "Stunningly good. I didn't think It was in you...

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

■■ Hr f:' life |i; BrWi- ' Im; J #' MTI LACK MO It WW I a PrKlkil Faatarc At THE CALDWELL NFWS-CHRONICLE, CALDW * AMCIlLItlRAI AN MECHANICAL The board of directors of the ag- ricultural and mechanical college, which has teen in session several days, working about eighteen hours a day, has completed its labors and adjourned. The following members of the board attended the meeting: Hon. Marion Sansom, president of the board; Judge O. A. Paulus, Al- Va Smith, Dr. Oliver and Hon. Jef- ferson Johnson. Gov. Savers met with the board on the 4th and Pres- ident Foster of the agricultural and mechancidl college was on hand At the conclusion of the meet- throughout the session. ing, and before leaving for his home in Alvarado, Mr. Sansom was interrogated as to what action had been taken with reference to the institution. Mr. Sansom replied that the board had decided to em- ploy a superintendent of farming. The directors purpose securing the aervices of. a competent, practical fajmer to take c...

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

l'^álgiWwBBfeiSB ¡iMmwrttfv.iksmi-tiMt fin Til-iiitiir vif-íiT^rhi""i# 11 •iiriiii'iiiiii,rr>n mii TUFLi Ifniniéwlo PHPSPHH? PEOPLE YOU KNOW } * C. L. Renfro visited friends at Richmond Sunday. A. C. Murray han been on the aick list a day or two this week. Horn Thursday, July 12, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Philp, a line girl. Vernon Dal ry m pie of Lee county was a visitor to Caldwell Monday. A. <i. Jenkins' little daughter, Sudie, has been quite il! with fever this week. Miss Ona Parkhill of Llano is visiting tin- family of T. W. Parkhill this week. Mrs. Keltic Merrin left Tues- day to vi>it relatives ;tt Cameron for two or three weeks. Capt. t•. J. Williams has been very sick this week hut is re- ported to h^' some better. John Ta\ lor of (. ookes Point returned last Saturday from a week's \ i-.it to Krownwood, Dr. Keed and faniil;. of Bryan have been visiting the family oí Dr. J. II. Jenkins this week. Miss Jute Mclvcr left yester- day morning to spend two weeks or morí with ...

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

iwspMlp THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, JULY 20, l'* - ¡Parts Cxpositton jCetter. S&y Our Sívguiar Correspondent. 1WWWWJWWWWWW ♦ NW.WWWWMWWIWW1 Pakis, Fkanck, July 2, Editor Nkvvs-Chroniclk: What the Pari exposition most needs is condensation by elimination. The nations have been "taken in," squeezed and absorbed, but considering the bloated bigness of France in this ¡such a scale. Twelve men were constantly at work on this map a year before it was completed. It lies on the floor, surrounded by a brass balustrade. Every hill, house, elevation and depres- sion of the city and surrounding country is shown in detail. In great advertising scheme and j or(je,. that ¡t ,nav i,e seen at the the comparative pettiness of all ¡ greatest advantage, a platform others, there is no reason why we jlus j)Cen built, giving about four should help the deception by feet elevation, and this platform RCSOitlNW ANO PERSEVERANCE. The following is the substance of an address that should ha...

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

;$J¡ the caldwell news-chronicle. caldwell. texas, july 20, 1900. U WASNW610N NC*S UI1CR. washington, 1). C., jtlly 13, boitok nkws-ihkonici.k : The Í8«*ue of impcrialiitm thrust forward by the democrat- ic national platform is already worrying the republican^. The uV.kUiiifi public «if a circular n >W sent to the great power by tlii* government, defining its policy toward China, was intended by the administration t<> counteract the charge oí imperialism. While nominally prepared to inform other government* of the policy of this government toward China, that circular note was really pro- pared to try to convince the peo- ple of this co'.intrv that the Mc- Kinley administration lias no im- perial designs a.;ain t China, and more of the SIIIH' sort <<| stuff may be looked for. McKmlev knows that the Chinese '¡lit can wait, but that tae presiilcn- tsal <p. tio;; ha* x t to I.c t- Uvd lit .Novei*i' or. The admin'.-trati^n has been wobbling .!•: iin. One da> it of- f...

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

v.. 12 PC'If?1;* '.'ViV* ,™f: ■ifflf ' ;¡r:¿U; *'fSf:®?' 1 '* S 1s- HIPSI '■ Vv'Vw'." í" ¡y, ; #■" ";'W' ■|,S'.';':: ■ '■ <P v.. ■ ."'TV'?. ' <lSf* THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, JULY 20, 1900. si i í iWHéiMMéHHéHá mm Stories of tb« Street. Frank King this week be- came the owner of the Withers' property west of Mr. Snook's residence, having received the deeds Monday. —(ius Lehde, a German farmer living' three miles north of town was a visitor at our office Satur- day and says his crops are in fine shape and he has no "kick coming." —The W. O. W. will hold its regular meeting nest Monday night, and we are requested to state that there will be business of importance and a full attend- ance is desired. —Dave Black, one of Yellow Prairie's solid farmers, informed us last week that he had corn that would average about 45 bushels to the acre. He is for- tunate indeed for this year. —Last Friday the baggage; truck at the depot was caught! between the northbound passen...

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