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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

i:vf s/í!|5'f :■: ? v '? k 1 í'!";í-;' TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XXI. OUK AIM IS THE URKATKKT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1900. NO. 14. HOOklRVILU. Ho<>kkh\ ii t.h, Tex.. August -7. kjhtoh N'kus-Chkonu i.h: $ J'rom Our ffiurai Staff, t * • * ********* ********* PROVIDENCE. 'of the excursionists from here indicates thut salt water is not I'kiiv 11 i '>< August 2*. (rood for the health. X. KMTOK NKWR-CHKOKiel.K : Will Thomas and liis sister,' Miss Lizzie, have been quite sick, but are better"now. Jobn Scott's family have been * :k and Miss Kthe! is yet very . After another week's absence. HK-k on account of sickness, 1 again John Wall in has sick child, make my appearance. Mrs. J. W. Coliman is .¡uite "• Henson, Hobbie Lucas sjcj< and Ivy Hradberrv are on the The protracted meeting here sick list tiiis week. closed Sundav night, with the ^ • Kehols and lamilv. who fo...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

= CALDWELL NfWS-CHROMCLE. B. Ul JOINER. .... Proprietor, t. HOUSTON GERMAN, Editor and Reporter. •in to red In tbi Caldwell postntBc* :t aec- • v4-cl* ui.itter. Utsued F.vi'ry Friday Momlnt SubncrlptloH Rato . child grows into a giant for his master's advancement." For a number of years he was engaged in merchandising, pushing forward for a foothold upon the ladder of success and gradually forging to the front; with indomitable courage, invit- ing and overcoming every ob- stacle. When the California has made himself indispensable will be the boy to hold his place, while the one who spared him- self the most will find he is the one who can best be spared. Work with an honesty of pur- pose, and, no matter how much or how little you may earn, live on less and save the pennies. sss-r-ss-5= «♦there'S no such thing as imperialism.1 = That's what I've always done 11 jo gold fever of 184') was at its and I've lived comfortably all ;w highest, he saw there opportu-1 my life." nities far an e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

IIPHMRw,u>i THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. AUGUST 31, 1900. WASHINGTON NEWS LCITit. Washington, 1). C., Aiig-unt 24. Editor Nkws-Chmunici.r : Keportn from General Chaffee and Minister Conger on the con-1 tinned fighting in and around j Pekín were received thin week, but were not made public. Onei reason for the suppression oí j these reports is that they show- that it is the Chinese govern-1 mcnt, and not a mob, which has been and is making war on the. foreigners, and for some reason I of his own, McKinley insists upon acting on the theory that the Chinese government is friendly, although in refusing Li Hung Chang's resijucst for the appointment of .1 commis- sioner to negotiate terms of peace lit* practi ally said that he doubted whether Cliitv,! had a government. The pretence <>i regret on the part ot officials that circumstance^ continued lighting have made it impossi- ble to withdraw the American troops from China is farcical. The war department lias been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

fi Ü CALDWELL NBW8-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, AUGUST 31. 1100. AMocitftíoii tO 1^00^ The Little River Baptist As- :¡ation will meet at Caldwell on Friday morning before the fourth Sunday in September. Ifiach church is entitled to three messengers and one additional lor every fifty members or fractional part thereof in excess of fifty. It is very important and very much desired that each church shall be represented by its full quota of messengers. Distinguished bretheren from abroad will be present and will participate in the deliberations, and the session will be interest- ing and profitable. The Caldwell church will glad- ly entertain all who will come, whether messengers or visitors. Do not hesitate to come by private conveyance if more con- venient. We have "Horse-pital- ity" a specialty. Ji:i i- D. RAY, Pastor. Superintendent's Announcement. In making this, our first an- nouncement, we earnestly ask a liberal and sincere patronage and a hearty co-operation of the friends of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

ip MOB. «URNSO THK MOU8S OF A WO- MAM WHO OiriKO TMS LAW. «¡Mr < Oilman, ill.. August 28-Thla little town in wrought up to • high pitch Of estttearaat over the death of Denla Mtor. a young girt of lft aa the re- anil of uial-practice, it la alleged, at the haude of Mr*. Dr. Wright, the proprietor of a lying-in hospital. Dr. Wright wm accused of murder and a warmu I wan aworu out and placed in the handa of an officer to cxecute. He suimiioued a pott* , but when he went tu serve It the occupants of the house ojM'JU'tl tire and u* a result a uuuilier of person* were kIIUní and wounded. Excitement «(ill runa high. The dead urc John Meyer , laborer; Micbu'l Uyuu. ill liten, serving an dap* uty constable. Fatally wounded are lAwreucc Uy«u, brother of the dead man; George Wlllougbhy, citixen; Mrs. Dr. C. \V. Wright. Seriously wound- ed: I'eter l>aure. member of the clt- Iscus' at ta- king (Nirty. Early In the evening the firm act of the tragedy waa enacted, when Constable Ni lotead w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

m ... K?./S ■' m ?• «<,?: p §¡t^*.re H ! .< 0:' it I? Highland ktlt M a fighting drass, II will now survive u a pande only. During the year 1188, 52,MI teasels, of 14.383,Bao tona, «atared and cleared Chlaeqe porta. Of theee y— la, 741. of >84,183 lona, were Amcricaa. Pipar Fiadlater of Dergal fame baa now aecured a farm la ble aetlve coun- ty of Aberdeen, where be intenda ttll- tag tbe noil for tbe remainder of ble day . Jumping tbe rope la eaid to be a remedy Cor derangement of tbe liver. Many middle-aged persona in Bnglaad now regularly engage in thie exercise, and' declare tbey derive great benefit from it A plows gentleman In Greeley, Pa., Inaiated upon having prayers Just be- fore dinner. His wife and daughter objected so strenuously that the pious gentleman attached them with a fork, and seriously wounded the wife. The Americans Introduced the first aewlng machines Into China after great dlfllculties and taught the Chi- nase their use, and today. In the flour- lahing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

«3 Wii T* BrUe nit (la#< HerffH "You say you don't believe la tete." J>aa follows," Mid young Prod Julian, an be entertained a party of boon com- panions In bla bachelor rooms. "Well, that's bees use. at present, you haven't bad an opportunity of Judging from personal experience." "Well, and have you?" asked a aborua of voices. "Rather! It was a little Incident that occurred about six months ago. taurcetiat—to me. at toast—and If like I'll tell you all about It" 'Do," said his friend*, and the young lounged back in hla cbatr, and with bis eyes on the flr« commenced bla narrative without more sdo. "It was one lovely day In the July of last yeajr." abe began, "and 1 was starl- ing Jubilantly off for a month's holi- day at Scarborough. Knowing my Insurious habita as you do, my frlenda, yoo will not be surpriaed to hear that I ranched King's Cross I selected seat of a first-class smoker, and provided myself with plenty of «Ignis and msfntlnes. To complete any anticipation of a ple...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

iT ' w V' i j « ' TKXAS, AUG. 31, 1900. or goverwaeot Systems of taxation can bo chaagsd «h difficulty thu IiimIiI I filet whatever If a ro In the What H« 3aid in ftoply to Notification of Hit Nomination for tho Presidency. MCA SUMS POPULISTS ANO DEMOCRATS ACME ON. imperialism is Again Presented as the Paramount issue. But the Trusts Come in for Lengthy Discussion—Prosperity Contentions of the Republicans Shown to Be a De- lusion and a Snare—The Farmer Robbed and the Capitalist Protected. Mr. Chaimas and Monben of tho Notltcation Committee: la accepting the presidential nom- ination which you tender on behalf Of tho popullot party, I desire to five omphalic recognition to the educa- tional work done by your party. Tbe populist party as an organisation, and the farmer a 11 lancea and toe labor or- Cnlsations from which they sprung, ve done much to arouse the people to a study of econmic and industrial questions. Believing, as I do, that Etb grows, not in seclusion but In open Held, a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

■' 1 vrf-4 9 6o« Men's Filie Fur hats drummers' samples will be placed on sale Saturday, i Sept. 8, at 7 o'clock a. m. l^WW' FAGAN'S Clothinf up stairs, nice and clean and new. Overcoats, Fall Suits, Juvenile Clothing a specialty. Receiving Fan Clothing right along now. GRAND CLEARING-OUT SALE Of Dress Goods, White Dimity, Piques, Indias, Nainsooks, Cords, Checks, Victoria l.awns, Straw Sailors, Hats, Parasols, Fans, Low Cut Shoes, Strap Sandals and Clothing. EDWIN CLAPP'S Fine Shoes for Men, are hand made, hand finished, and made by the most thoroughly trained and skilled shoe- makers in America. t PACKARD'S $3.50 SHOES Chrome Calf, three soles, Essex last. Glazed kangaroo, Enamel, Vici and Patent Bals. A large lot now afloat. Cone's Boss Coats And Overalls are made in the greatest railroad center in America and are worn by a tremendous number of railroad men on all the trunk lines. They are union made and recommended by the Knights of Labor. On sale at FAGAN'S. Ziegler's Stylish F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

He tf$$& < year on delinquent poll tax pay- jq fHOfif UviflflT era that may be collected in tbia ma, • . A\^rir— Tnt? P51U This amount would pay ,n malarial districts Ti tsr DHKCTotY or orricuu. "i*m ** ***"' the cou'nty superintendent's 'sai- j are indispensible, they keep the The question of good roads is ary and leave a nice sum for the system in perfect order and are one of the most serious problems road and bridge fund. Afl flbSOlutC C 111*6 that has confronted the people the people are interested in . , , , , . .. . t thi« niatti r I would like for for sick headache, indigestión, of Burleson countv for many tms matter, i woum nke tor .s years, and one in which every them to express themselves up- malaria, torpid liver, constipa- ¿ood citizen of the county should ¡o" the subject, and if there is tionand ail bilious diseases. be interested in solving. The an.v auction of the county «here futt'a Liver Pilis prosperitv of the town depends this matter is not understood in a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

\ ||j|: f If P-; ; t'• " -i',1 j,'\g ■ '^BpU' ■ GL j NEW8*( ' '' BREVITIES OF FUH. TheH 't tjf> n ra:y> are proving (heir Tn«> an active business man, iín't value in¿lU'Ui «urpn in South Af- he* Never loses a bit of time." Tioa. "Thai's right, lie even writes a The hi'ijí tails of the shah of Persia' ruriiing ham!."—Philadelphia llul- h«r-i * art- dye*! crini>on for six inches! U'tta. git luir lip*. I Ik',.i norry now he quarreled with T■ tre - phmte ' hy Alexander hr-rr." "Shi '«• gone home to her moth- IJ¡imiJt rtt at. (h i IIuiKirrd and Forty-; ot, 1 •uppi-o." "No; .-lie had her h' 't-ond si reel and Nieliolas avenue.! otlur eouu? home to her.'**—Pliila- Ni \v ^ .rk. have t:. ;irly all died, hut ! ii- lphia Pr> • >. gi;vuu • In r- y • t. ii rather ui -ightiv i "Who is that neighbor who uses ir muí . tot'. 1 orij::? ,.l stat" . mr te!- phot:® mi much?" "Oh, she's li i> ¡ roliii! 'iüiiharlxi. wire will iht* \t man that made «tieh a row l.ir -m t ' « wsir m.iti ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 31 August 1900

12 ppfi'>'; pr «f •'pfPfsp 1!"|'y■ ,i',5|f^|:;;gpf:":S $!i THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, AUGUST 3J, 1900. i Stories of tb« Street. —Ail article on page 10 re- garding the road tax question i worthy of the careful perusal of every taxpaying citizen of Bur- —R. Struwe is this week mov-i'eson county. We must have ing from the Johnston home to Kü°d roads and the co-operation the Darr place on the east side of I every citizen would go far town. towards establishing them im-> mediately. - Cotton has been coming in pretty lively since last issue -The annual announcement! and so far the price is holdiny c'*y schools is about! up very nicely. I ready for issuance in pbamphlet form and is a very comprehen-i sive, creditable catalogue, con- taining much information of Alexander having- put m, . ... . , , , value. Modestv prevents our new shelving- to accomodate; : L .. . . I A Delightful Party. The Racket Store is ex- panding considerably this week, | Mr. Alexander Having...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XXI t'K \1M IS TI1K tíKKATKST HKNKKIT T< THÜ KAKMKh'S AMJ WoKKINC PKOFLK «>F UtJJMLEbON COUNTY CAf/DW KLL, MJRLKSON OH'XTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SKI'TKMUKR 7, 1900. -# * ****** [fortunate as to 1"' afflicted with jjfc. 1 a st v this week NO. 15 Mrs. J. M. Lagan, after a visit to Hannibal, New London and «jr S% f7\ . ft ^ ^ nil! Mowers, our road overseer, I'^rrv, Missouri, and Chicago, will spend the next ten days in St. J*rom Uur Jzurai urarfi i1Us had our roads well worked selecting Fall Millinery. As it U hard to tell in advance .lately, but the rains have washed" w,l!lt !l1 l'all Millinery will he most popular she will wait ****-^*'K< them into gullies. ,an'1 ' what of Ii;its l;ulics are actually wearing- most. ********* r - . ,f . . . . f, 4 . , , . J huir \ Vincent has recent!v !t ls hard work the most tiresome work ever done buying erected a new barn and built a Millinery to soil, and ¡f bought before the season has opened the new fence around ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER i. CALDWELL NCWS<CNRONKI.E. and comfort of our white popu- energy and enterprise make une' llation at all. of these verdant wastes and con-' •. Ut JiMVtR, .... Proprietor t. «01 SÍO\ 61RMAN, Editor and Reporter It is a shame; it is almost in- ible! We would tribute JflNNETT'S NEW YORK STORE. BdUred In ti. t • HÍ-Clük UlilttiT. i.dwelt povtoAc* U«ut-«] Ewry Fridnr M. rn.ru: to the geneia. welfare. ¡ j am v ack again from Martin and in good health now to at- tolerable. w e woultl most ic- \\ c want to talk Icnus, workstrictly to tuv business. I have tour lots of ¡^ooils on the spectfully, though urgently, ask Texas, educate people to the j roati now arid expect them to arrive before this paper comes out. that something be done at once, truth about Texas, bring capital One lot of Tinware, («ranitevuire and ilalvaniAd Ironware. One The railroad company ought to to Texas, make wise laws for ( hinaware, su h as Cups ami Saltéis, U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 7, 1900. <9 Bá ifrú iiiiü tí WÚVt&9:ii •' ü & ú ü tihit itüti tfCitahfrtfift W& t The Spiritual Man, ««"•••■í A Strong: Fortification. ¡¡ Fortify tfeebody against disease BY PEV. JEFF D. RAY. H* « f*. ^ 74,7 n 1" l y Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- <3* t • ¿ i nto euro for sick hcadache, dys- £ f> -jy;ia, sour stomach, malaria, t constipation, jaundicc, bilious t- ncss and all kindred troubles. I "The Fly-Wheel of Ufe" •f. ft *r f'.wq s%\xry\?i r | Dr.Tult; Your Liver Pills are the flv - wheel ofllfc. I shall ever •Unen, l wi«t'. 1 >c .rrat c ful for the accident that lereu unto, hut who shall minis-i ter. In other words 1 want t-. hav amen totwo Christian home. It is articles in : v. \ \: ■ < ;. .-m this earth lias ever si.cn f. rairlcicfh, Platte Cannon. Col. I shall minis- , , . , . , , , , brotjo htthem to mv notice. 1 fee is, a truly, s the fittest :ui !Í 1 hada new k se of life. 1 HKONKi.I <>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

ÜÉí 1 mam ■ . MS. H>v ¡$ #™/5¡p 7. l'HKI. ywmmiiiim 11 AM mmmm I AM NOT SELLING AT COST! BUT WHEN YOU WANT Class, Tin, Granite, Iron or HARDWARE, Of any kind, try me and you will not deny me your trade. You will find my prices as LOW AS THE LOWEST. W. T. WOMBLE. IMC DEATH ROU. MRS. WW V NOtMtS. T == ■■■RBP if At the ."ijfe of seventy-one' 4p year*, Mrs. Mary A. Holuics. *' wife OÍ W. 5>, ?'«.v!;nes, died at íj* f her home in this city Friday; ^ morning-, August 31, I'M , at V15, -Él o'clock. She died of a complica ) 401 j tion of ailments after being- sick j for some time, in her last hours ^ she was attended bv patient, loving, friendly hand, but tin* ^ th Reaper found her ripe for the Í mysteries of another world and -3Í1 she was taken away from the ife Sr 1 | tribulations of this one. She was buried 1 a t ■ 1* rid ay ' afternoon with appropriate cere- monies at the M :'uii; ■ ceme- tery. quite a number <>t friends According to announcement. J. M. Hale returned Wedne--...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

iSffiimñ WD: It^'i THK QIRIIANI, AUSTRIAN* ANO ITALIANS TO STAY IN HKIN, Owwi ! i DISAGREE Iwrt Ti '■tUnI ■■<«■ TI— «aya OtaattaM with ! • tuM LaaSoa. September 4.—The latest re- Hill* Mia dale la now nearly a fartslfbt old. An undated dispatch feat keen received at Vienna reporting ttal Um allied troope marched through Ike Imperial palace Auguat 21, but It known that this date had been by the allied commanders for a il promenade. There Is no other of any kind. The Hong Kong correspondent of tlM Dally Mall says that the Canton oMctala have been ordered to transmit all poau«tt l<> revenue to the north for war expeiiM 8 and pay of otflcliiia from the viceroy downwards has been stop- ped during hoetilttlex. Th« Vleutia correspondent of the Standard tclettrftptut that he learns from a good *oum> that the Germans. Austrian* and Italians will remain in t'ekln ufier the Ituaalunei withdraw. I Shanghai mid Hong Kong dlspati lies etprcMi th > utmoat luitotiiKhment at the Idea ...

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

TBS CALDWSLL HSWS-CHBONICOL GALDWBJX, IS FAB NEW ZEALAND. 'Ms jkáúí* ¡® K h Tk Milt hat «m «Mea about IMA by The amy camtlia hat ud the aengh vitar bat had thalr origin In a TJrto- laaa hat that waa brought bar* bjr aa American traveler. r«« MOST ADVANOSO STATS or THE WOULD. * vim a Aa unusually bold burglary taaa to light at Cleveland. Durlag the ah- aaaoe from hone of a family «ha bur- glar* lit up the bouse and had a faaat The neighbors thought a party «aa going on. There are today but three banda of geminóle* left In Florida Bo com- pletely have theae people baen disin- tegrated that no tribal relatione now axiat between tbem; they have no sc- hnowledged chief and they recognise ao man's authority. They number about 600. The Pasteur Institute of Parts racently Invited to reduce the number of rata in the drains of the city by means of cultures of virulent microbes placed in their haunts. The coco-ba- cillus was chosen and spread on corn or bread. A contagious malady was ta us Int...

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

No M prissid upon me one of bit hlgfc-prlcod oigan. "Tfcaaks." 1 nM. "Match V "Havaa't you fot obo of your own?" "Ho. Coom on. Hurry." My friaad the millionaire looked per* turbod for a moment. Then hta coun* taaaace cleared "We «hall be at Wa- terloo la twenty minutes," he said, "and than we can get a light at the refreshment room. They never mind your taking a match or two.' "No good," I Mid. "I want to smoke BOW. Hand over your bos." With great reluctance he handed me his gold matrhboi with hi* monogram on It In emeralds—a pretty, unostenta- tloua little toy. lie abut both the car- nage window* ao that no draught ■bouId neceaaitate the use of more thaa one match. I opened the box and examined the content* with care, lie did not like the examination lie winced under It. He grew nervous. "Come, com -," he said, "light up and gltre me the box back." "Haa thia been going on Ion*?" I aaked "What do you mean?" "You kaow perfectly well what 1 moan. There are several different klnda of w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

, ñu™ 5 •-*•- ' ff yimim wákAMta-XU «a, V-á-ó"® 'ÍWm sur comí urna. After an absence of iixty-two yim from the scenes of his boy- hood Jodge John H. Reagan of Pal- estine recently spent a week in Se- vier county, Tennessee, at the foot the great Smokies. Not for year* an event taken place of as great i! of Sevier county. He flnde scendanU of the original Beagan family scattered throughout this section. Every one is thrifty and well to do, and of course proud ot their distinguished kinsman. The political career of the dis- tinguished visitor is well known td every student of the history and growth of the south from a political standpoint. But. hie return to hie native heoth has recalled to his mind many reminisoences of his boyhood days when he was strug- gling against poverty to make his way in the world. While attending school at Boyd's Creek academy he found a fast friend in John Brab- son, who was then one of the wealthiest men in the entire county of Sevier. When he was onlv M i...

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