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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

r I PEOPLE YOU KNOW Halsey Hodges and S. H. Gtr- man «pent Sunday at Tunis. Jim Merrin returned TueMdav from a stay of a few days at Temple. Mondamos Al Goodwin and Jack Raffs dale of Tunis were in our city Wednesday. John Scott left Wednesday for Fishville where he in to make his home with lus sister, Mrs. K. A. Potts. Rev. J. W. Smith and famih returned Tuesday from Mays-!at Ballinger. She was sick the field whore they had been tor first of the week hut is about two wt'cU. well again now. Mis-. He'.ic White of Cameron,! Tom Porter, our popular j after spending three weeks \ is-: voting candidate for the legisla* ¡lint; Miss Mettie ott, returned j ture, was in the city Tuesday, home last Friday. 'Pom is getting in trim for bat- S. H. Jackson wax very sicki*'* if l1'^' should be any man the latter part of last week with! undiplomatic as to try to beat congest hi. but is now able to yraik around aya in. W. A Duckworth went C. 8. Riley and Eck Oliver left Tuesday morning for Eagle Lak...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

1 ' ' THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, AUGUST 3, 1900. WMHMMN KM LCITU. Washington, D. C., July 27. Bditok Nkws-Chkonicle : Chairman Richardson of the democratic congfregional cam- paign committee returned to the Washington headquarters this week from a trip to New York, and is now engaged upon the speech be will make as chair- man of the committee to notify Colonel Bryan of his nomination at Indianapolis, August S. Mr. Richardson reports the congres- sional campaign in New York to be entirely satisfactory to the democrats, but says he will not go so far at this time to claim more than a fighting chance for the electoral votes of the state. Information sent 1o democratic their party on the Puerto Rican tariff bill, are to be sent into the middle west to speak, their re- spective districts being over- whelmingly republican, in order to try to keep the large number of republicans in that section, who thought as they did about the Puerto Rico tariff, in line for McKinley. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

( > f % J <) PAY1NÚ DOCTORS' BILLS. fhjralclAM An Remuntrattd la Many Curious Way*. It would, petliap , lie difficult In find n more prosaic—and to the pa- tient, duubtb-- disagreeable—occur- rence than the payment of a doctor's bill, yet even in l!ti« everyday affair a little romano , or a curiou." incident, crop up oec.iMonalh to vary the mo- notony, r< ui'uku! a well-known medí* ¡cal man to the writer. Wlien I • iv monotony, I *jteak of two kind —Itcing paid, and not hciug paid; tin latti r i>, of c< urn-, the nioM objectionable. St nn turn - a ]>nti< nt offers pay mi nt in kind, and I n collect being asked to tula a v • >iI• <i i< n of for- eign po-tagp -tamp- in - Itb im nt of a five-guinea ;.«•< < ui.t. I fooliihjy fU- dint d, and had to watt for my money uutil tiv puii<nt w:> well enough to di p*.H of ti- 11, It ;r- if. Til. e «tamp- letch <1 ¿"in. An-tin r • • i .< r • v of thi fiime kind turned < ui mor* profitably for me. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 August 1900

1 m Stories of tl>o Stroot I —Wc have been requested by Rev. W. Wootton to atate that he will be here Sunday and will fill his pulpit both morning and night. —The members of the lip- worth League will have their regular monthly sociable tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton. —A most copious rain fell here Wednesday afternoon and it ap- parently extended to all those parts of the country where rain has not lately fallen. —The only prize our boys won at the La Porte encampment was a box of soap given to War- ren Milliard for being the best regimental orderly. Warren is high up in the pictures when it comes to being neat and accu- rate in his conduct and tactics. Our company as a whole did splendidly in everything. —Within the last week our re- porter has seen the crops in .two different sections of the county and it seems to him that the prospect for a fine cotton crop was never better. All the cot- ton looks fresh, is of good size and is as full as possible. In some pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

VVwf .7'' f:í<' >"? WT:;1fls& TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. M Si 4 4 VOL. XXI. OUX AIM IS THE GHKATKKT J1KNI5K1T TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF UUHLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST XO, 1900, NO. 11. * J'rom Our ffiurai Staff, t J**#***** Thursday evening in the ceme- tery at this place, in the pres- ence* of a large number of rela- tives and friends, there to await the glorious resurrection morn. Owing to the continued rains the protracted meeting came to a close Friday. Brother Ken- nick preached some excellent sermoas while here. There is a great deal of sick- ness here at present though none A , ( ■ i.„ , , * ..... . of a serious nature. On account ol skkiu-s i was j-rca^ main oi them are getting ,, , r , .. .« (1„ ... , • i m m 11 it í Bom to Mr. and Mrs. poster unable to send in m> com muni- po,son# I 1 i James, a bab v girl. Tom Henson and Alex Woods MOOKLRVIIU. HooK K K Y11 I. K. T«'X.. August •> JimtOK NlíWS l IIKII...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, AUGUST 10. 1900. mmm ¿f ;■ . 'y The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Mixtions and the Chinese Troubles. washington news lcuer. Wash i xc.ton , II. C., August 3. Emtok Nkws-chkonici.k : McKinley has come to Wash- ington again, not to do anything in conncction with the desperate situation of Americans in China —our minister was alive at last accounts, but he and other Amer- icans were in the greatest dan-j ger, and a number of Americans were known to be butchered romp SEVERA'S BLOOD PURITOI I had the sympathies of the mis- , ! sumaries. Soon after the Japan- bul ro,hcr «? M lhat nuth,nf «1 The eyes of the world wl |w „.ar these Uvo a„,Hg.onisllc done that mWbt bring the silua- dav turned towards China. J"h |and conte„ui„g ¡deas cryslalued l|on 10 * «'"*« bcforc ,he elec'| present ajritation ra.ses the old, aroimd (wo (ht, J hon. While making nil hoi-ik of | question, "Arc the results worth |frelMl¡vc u„der thc v0„0 em.l profession...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

1 h ■ ¡Parts Cxposition jCotter. S5j/ Our ¡Regular Correspondent, MtfW.H M VAMW'MWW* <1" A CLEAR HEAD; • pood digestion; sound sleep; a ; fine appetite and a ripe old age, are some of the results of the: use of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single :! dosci will convince you of their wonderful eflecta and virtue. A ¡Known Fact. Pahih. Knanoi. July 24, vm). ■ übown by the triivel-staiiieil cati,' ^ An absolute cure fui sickhail- Bditoh Nkws-Ciihonici.k: and well-worn book* of "Stout | ache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour In a secluded corner of the traveling library, No. 2b," sent1 stomach,dizziness, constipation Social Kconoiny building ¿ur- by the Wisconsin Library com- ¡ ^¡lio-us ft;verf piles, torpid liver rounded by a certain atmosphere mission, and which has been in I , ,, , . i i¡, , of scholarly quiet, is an exhibit actual use in the hamlets and re- "K " rec^. e * which stands unique anion# the mote farming districts of the JUtt'S LlV^I* laliS contributions oi the nations to state. Anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

8$k; j ■ }*p 4 !fp|| i t i W: :I .*i = CALDWELL NEWS-CHROMCtE. i. ut jomn. Ha tared In the Caldwell pnntoAc* u« *• c- o«4-c1im« matter. ImuoiI Every Prldav Moruiug. Subscription Rate . Ou Year «II Months... Four M«ntn« Two Mouth* . |1 M TO M sa Advertising Hates. is, wait until they made their nominations, then immediately call a convention or meeting and endorse or nominate a ticket in direct opposition to the best in- terests of the white people. "The negroes of the South persisted in doing this until they have brought upon themselves the present condition of politics which now confronts them, in which they are to a great extent disfranchised. They, when they had full sway in politics, seemed to have been actuated by a cer- tain degree of malice and race prejudice against everything that the white man did, and seemed to care nothing about the interests of the country in All advertidos on first page will berlinrtiod Sí cent- per luoli utiuijtlii. with no reduction for ¡urge ad«. Dl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

jft m- ' «. ■« 583® MH ■'' ! ■, 1 " *, • ¡ ' *4, fr- w 1 !¡ V ■ .41' ' .'t,Y I I A MSAVV SNOAOBMKNT IS **• PORTED NSAR TIENTSIN. Mm AIUm. hut «< WMklRfton. August T.—The follow- ing cablegram has been recelred at the Mf)r deport mm t: "Hurrau of Navigation, WMbington: Koo, August BrllUib torpedo Fame reports (unofficial* engage- it at lMutsaiig Saturday uiorolug. three to one. Allien lout, killed and wounded 1 i hlelly Kiiamituis and Japanese. Chinese retreating." •®umiu of Navigation Washington: Oboe Koo, Auifiiitt 7.—Unofficial report believed ri'liwble; ulioui liMJUM aillo heavily i-nwiitfi'tl Chinese at I'leUnng, daylight of (lie ¿til. "Jteiuey." I'letsang 1* the llrwt rnlloud utatloii jiImiii twelve miles uoihwest of Tien Tftlu. on route to IVkln. The author- ity who «lilted the Ur*t dlnputi-b l« In charge of troop* hi CUee Koo. The war department nay* Hiero 1* no r«*a- eon to doubt that an engagement bu* taken place. While no official Inform- ation baa been received. U I* a...

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

í BBBBBteWlsíiaiiíWH ww M^ '-é^0^ * '■';!Mí¡ THE CALDWELL NEWé CHBOKICLE. CALDWELL, NEWS-CHRONICLE, RUST J .. GERMAN. i* ll Caldwell SOINTItLATINO PABAORAPHS. tea as yet no railroad eya- MMMTCity or CBlmOB BOW ÍO til rlvar la proaouaoad abnor- A (igual 14 all lattara tros to foreign couatrlaa muat ■taetrlc power haa not baaa uaad lo •W great exteat lo agricultura so far, although it aaaau wall adaptad to It. A youug nao la Peunaylvaala broke W cagagameat with a girl because on Ser graduation aha took tha oratorical A nine-year-old child baa baaa ar- taalai la Philadalpbia for ahopliftlug. He la tha youugeet prisoner ever bald la tha city Jail. fie am lea in South Africa have loat than als tinea aa many men by aa they have from tha modern of war. Miaiature Iadian corn grows la Bra- <1. Tha aara are ahaat tha alaa of a little Aageraad the graina ara aa small fifty of every 100 achool children hi Munich have their homes eiaewhere ia Bavaria. Tha ooat to the city la 9ST pupil par yea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

: i Im: P v -w ■ 1 .' - ' "v? " '■ v1' SMI NBWS ' "" ". *, ■ 4. • f i ' V#-" ' fl SIP is"?* ipAIRM 1''SÍTs ,*W ► '"V* • MWél ■ ' >fr > ,.«•• , .«||r rassps J? MHlllM||||ll illllitirtl imIIIi "AM MM IN divided talo two either deelgalag •dvMtumM otosgortag MU. Ai tor aw." «uoth Hal kart, cynically, "givs «a the trat Una. You eaa trust to u ad- ío hsve a llttla gray mattar al laaat lo liar eranlutn." Ha was talk- lag to hla aaoratary, young Allaa, a callow youth, almost effeminate. but aevertbelaee brainy, too brainy, as Hal- bart expressed It, for his sisa and weight. Allan had gotten usad to tfcaaa alnlatar observations concern- lag womankind, and rarely avar of- fered any comment either to agraa or to refute the other's atatementa. These two Individuals were a study for one aaother. The hour In which Allen ac- cepted the position of private aecre- tary. a short tlro«- before, they found a pleasant communion of tastes and Idaaa and a peculiar Inexplicable aym- patby of foaling ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

■. ül •f tfct My UfMitiri tf m Um mr. im , . ■ b Mar ta UtSSSÍ IÜM AmmiTü lina IÍH IHl; There appeared several days ago ra article showing the liberality and unparalleled generosity of our early legislator in encouraging the building of railroads in the state of 'lexas by granting large quantities of land for mileage contracted. In that statement additional infor- mation was promise 4 along the lines laid down, but especially as to •evera 1 of the more important acts of the legislature providing for these laud grants, and the intention herein is to present a few figures and data in fulfilling that promise. As a matter of introduction, which is in the nature of a repeti- tion of the former article, it is but proper to state that all told the state donated the railroads, in addi- tion to money, land equal to one- sixth the entire area of our state, amounting to 34,179,055 acres, or 53,405 square miles. In cosh, $1,- 810,500 was loaned from the school fund to railroads and suit* are no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

i PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Mm. Levy Kilpatrick is quite ick this week. Krnest Lackey left Tuesday for Helton for a abort visit. Jack Dam ron of Galveston was u visitor here Wednesday. Miss Hallie Bel! left Tuesday for fJrenham to visit relatives. Judge T. M. Hunt, S. H. Ger- man and A. W. Mclvcr are at- tending: the state democratic nominating convention at Waco this week. Mrs. Homer Lainkin and little daughter, Elinor, passed through Caldwell last Thursday on their way to Dallas to spend a month visiting relatives. Miss Ola Howies has taken a vacation from her duties in D. Levi's department store and left Miss Kdith Radford of Lyons j Saturday to spend the month at is visiting Miss Bessie Lee this |jer home in Helton. Mccl" Will McArthur came in Mon* Mrs. John Hale returned last clay from Corsicana too late to another. Wednesday from Independence,, attend the burial of his brother. This little boy had been sick Texas. lie intends to leave about the jl(s^ ^e0 days with typhoid ma- Oliver Wo...

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

_ _ Hit !ttf; ' üt" A gUGEH MIX-UP. Youny Dr. Henderson read with ■urprise Miss Harrington'* note ask- ing him to call that same evening. Only that morning the twain, agree- ing that what they had considered a life engagement was all a mistake and would better be ended, had part- ed, and the doctor was at a loss to account for this recall. "What can she want?" he mut- tered. "I thought we said all there was to say this morning—more, too, maybe—and I don't know of any more gifts to he returned," and he smiled grimly at a miscellaneous as- sortment of packages on his cente* table. "Can she be trying to make it up?" and though knowing the thought to be preposterous, he was conscious of a thrill. Miss Harrington received him in a small room, almost a den, opening out of the library; it wa? here that they bad pñs et¡ their happiest hours. She did not offer to shake hands, and he caught himself thinking how very becoming that cool little bow of here was; be had never noticed it before. "O...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

,,.T •• «¡Sil ?& <'■ ■ New York Sun. We are rending juHt now of many Ch¡net*e UistricU, towns and rivera. Many of the c geo- graphical name doubtless ap- pear repellent and unpronounce- able to all except a few person* who are familiar with them. But if we had a better acquaintance with these names and knew their meaning they would be found to be full of interest. They are often condensed descriptions of the place or feature to which they are applied. Thev are far more instinct with I i IV than many geographical name* in other countries. Suppose we had never heard oí Shanghai, for example, but Knew the meaning of the tno nurds com- posing the llano. We would know at once that the "City Near the S a must apply to a Seaport. Y tin Ho means The River ul Transportation,M and wc naturally infer that the wa- terway thus designated must be commercially important. Yun Ho. in fact, is the t hiñese name of the (irand Canal, which plays si large .t part in the freight her v ¡c< of i'...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 August 1900

'••V"■"•'W ¡«W f*J gsr mi THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, AUGUST 10, 1900. a jj'sto Stories of tl)« Street. —Silliman & McLean are im- proving their lumber sheds this week. —W. W. Arnold has lately moved from Hookerville to West Caldwell where he will make his home. —The first bale of cotton came in last year on Tuesday, July 31. Who will bring the first bale this year and when? —We are requested to an- nounce that Rev. Jeff D. Ray will fill his usual appointments at the Baptist church next Sun- day. —The telephone exchange is nearing completion this week. Most of the 'phones have been installed and "helios" are nu- merous. —The well at the depot is progressing rapidly. A good supply of water has been struck but not artesian. The drill is again revolving downward. day at our office. Telephone connection. Ring us up and we will be pleased to quote you prices or come for your work. Notice to PotTMM. To my many friend all over the county I desire to aay that no doubt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. fl is I VOL. XXI. Ul'H AIM IS THE (¡RKATICST JJEN 15FIT To THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1900. NO. 12. * r Our ffiura/ Staff. % * J9 rom -m YllLOW PRAIRII. \ N , 'IV X ■ Ac.liUsl 14. I I Miss Carrie Karthman has re- turned tn her home at C«nroe. Cubh'.hman. i< x.. auku! v ¡ l'<d Milliard returned une day Ekitok Nksvs i iiKONici.K: last week Irom Kagle Lake, The best farmers < f our com- where he lias lieen on a visit, munitv tell me the continued Miss Bettie Lucas of Center rains are detrimental to cotton, City, Mills county, is here visit- as thev have made it shed con- ¡ng relatives. sideraldv. Mr. Tratmneli and family of Frank Wood says lie has the Rosebud are visiting relatives genuine Mexican boll weevil. and triends here. Henry Weir also says they are Warren Milliard of your city damaging his cotton. It thes was a pleasant visitor hei e Sun- take to our cot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

If, '' § > ■ l-H }'! IHelik Pííf: THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, AUGUST 10, WOO. The Spiritual Man* xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. PvC-' day for martyrs is not passed, jand unless more brave and con secrated men are found who arc willing to preach the gospel of I Christ with their blood as well as with their voices, the great i message will remain untold in many dark places for centuries j to 'come. (í. True Christian Mi ion«ries. "Tbroiiffh tlif mouth of June and j July our baby \va* teething and took a i I'tintliUK <-'ff uf the bowels and siokne | , . of the stomach." >uv- <> 1'. M. Holli- after, instead of preparing them-1 «my of DeminK. ind. His howeuj selves for the doinir of trood ¡n>",,ul m,,V1' from five i« eijiht times* . . 'a day, I had a bottle of Chamberlain'. this life anu making heaven hei e t'olic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy , on earth for others. Thev dn'i" « «•• ¿"id «-ave hi ; f-ur drop-. in a teaspoon I id of water .uid he not j Prom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

1 "V" ?! THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. AUGUST 10. 1900. ¡Parts Exposition jCetter. S&y Our ¡Regular Correspondent. Pakik, KkVM.K. July V), ¡tastes, prejudices, manners By the Way. New York Commercial. A day or two ajjo there arrived here from San Fuiicímco a man :: who, up to 18H3, was practically unknown outside of the drug and medicine trade, in which he | was a leader and had achieved [ great success, liut for seven- >rs ind¡tL'cn .vears lulst 'K* ',as devotud KniTOM Nkwh-Chkonici.it: ! habits of people beyond thi- seas, j all his time, energies and means The questions most frequently: Thcy amonjf "them wilh an to the reclaiming of wayward asked about the Paris .'xposi-.ui m,.IU thal ÍH B0VeP acquired ¡a,ul «"fortunate WOmen alU tion are, "Is it a successV" i.iuí. ,(V A;ru.ricans except in the *,rls' wl,lle hls business st,u ■mi,. pt How do you think it tomp,iies enormously expensive school of!" with the World's Fair at C'hi- \ oes on do\vn town where it wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 August 1900

m Wm THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICtE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, AUGUST 10, 1900. CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. «. Ut JOINER, • • • ft. MUSTON 6UMAN, liter Rotored In tli« Caldwell pontoftlce a *es- oad-cla Biattcr. lenuod Every Friday Morulas. Subscription Hate . One Your ... S|* Mouths... Hour Montos Two Mxiitiis . •t SO T5 90 Sft Advertising Rafes. Thk death of Colli* P. Hunt- ington, the great millionaire rail- way magnate, leaving a fortune estimated at from twenty to iiftv millions, causes one to reflect upon how much a man can do in -ja lifetime. At fourteen years of age he was peddling tinware for a mere living; at seventy-nine be leaves a fortune of millions and has been a power in the de- velopment and progress of our country for many years. The man who devotes every waking hour to the pursuit of dollars TSSS In In the recent state convention, on the vote to substitute the minority report, the "Hogg amendments," for the majority report of the committee on plat- form, the vote of Burleson cou...

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