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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

THE ÜFflGflN'S HflTSS MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES Bought at just half the regular price, now on sale daily until all are sold. As there are no two hats exactly alike you need not come in and ask for one "just like the one Bill Jimmie got here yesterday," but you come quick and «jet first choice. FAGAN'S Clothing aQd Shoes For fall, are rapidly arriving, and it is safe to say there will be no nicer stock or better values shown in Caldwell this fall. 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. i§ PACKARD'S $3.50 SHOES :S Chrome Calf, three soles, Essex last. (i lazed kangaroo, Enamel, Vici and «5 Patent Bals. . is 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 HIGH ART FO...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

^ ^WTI11F , ^ t „ II 7, rAMWC*S LEGACY TO INI WORLD. Ml m MIHIm OrplNMM In feed •! Met# and The Coartarte «f id . News by cable from India's viceroy, the governor of Bom- bay, and other officials, from American missionaries and from newspaper correspondents, tells of a general rainfall in the fam- ine stricken districts and shows prospects brighter than at any time for the past two years. This means that the woful, hid- eous, gaunt figure of Famine is being literally drowned. River- beds which have for twenty-four months been bared to the sky and baked by the sun till rock- hard are now gradually soften- ing into their natural muddiness. Streams are man'festing signs of life. The water in the few- wells which were not drained bv the long drouth is getting deep- er and fields, meadows, grazing grounds, farms, garden plats.: in fact, the whole parched earth ! is giving promise of generous fertility as in the years gone by. But these are, after all, only signs and promises, which, whil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

' ' THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS. 7. ®SÉ8r THE BRITISH MINISTER'S FLUNKEYS. % 4 * «'x\ .f3 v' "'/ x •* « >j/" ^,'jj y^X'/yVl ' <Ji! •'/'■• ■ \ •>v '1 " V Of íi -5s ■R 2S&. III V Iflfdf II i 51" u • ! •Ml I it. ! !1 rim; !v>t I'i'U. And Mr. Sutherland further My : "Some may say, 'Let láng land feed them.' Perhaps she should do so, but the awful fact is that she is not feeding but six millions. Shall we, because some other nation fails to do its duty, sit still with folded hands and say, 'as Kngland won't, nei- ther will we,' and let thousands of helpless mothers anil orphan children languish und perish? Is this humanity? is this religion? is this American civilization of which we boast?" It is not yet too late to help and our duty is vet the same. A little now will mean much.; j\Ir. Sutherland says that what-j ever is given should be sent to| him at (Juitnian, Texas, and that it will soon reach the suffering ones. A Sn-eent Iron Tonic. Pur .*, Soluble!...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 September 1900

Worn ble, Jenkins & Jenkins, are having an upper deck put in their big grocery house on the east aide, which is intended to give them more storing room for their enormous stock. of tf)% Street tmnmmmmmmmmm MITCHELL ¿^LEV/IS CO. RACldf wis. Wm m m —The battle of the now on in Caldwell. —J. M. Fagan is having a neat kitchen built at the rear of his residence. —Apportionments have been made to the different schools this week and we will print a list of them next week, The total per capita is now £5.25. —Rilev-Snook Furniture Co. this week received a car of fur- niture for the fall trade and have another car on in the road. The way our merchants arc re- ceiving new goods indicates a prosperous fall season. —Two or three of our corres- pondents got their letters in too late for publication last week, in fact one letter was written on Monday and was not received until Sunday. We always try to accomodate your letters if possible, and you must not fee! discouraged. —Our Lyons correspond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

WW ■ ■W TWELVE PAGES. m'i H- w* m Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XXI Ol'K AIM IS THE GKEATKST BENEFIT TO THE KAKA1KKS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BUKLE80N COUNTY. • e •• — •- - . -.. - ..——• - • — .¿Lmjzz..'?,i-üüüüürr.".'.' ■-'-ln?pJlL1ir" CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900. NO. 16. * ¿From Our fflurai Staff, t ********* #*#*♦**#* Hl\. plie i to kill the worms, and as most of the farmers had used Mix. 'J*i \ \ • in, luí" i :« . most of the poison on hand and Euitok Nkws Cu* .n¡( i.i it being too late to yet more the The st< u ní ,it this pl.t' e Saiur-; worms will very likely destrova day night and Sunday morning large per cent, of the groyving «vas the most severe and de- crop. Corn is Hat upon the mructive o( anv that has visited ground and much of it will rot this community Í i" wars. To il it is not gathered early. The wind came Irom an ea«u: 1 y di- wet condition of the ground will rection and ior -evrrai hours prevent much being done for a blew a perfect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

2 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, VW. « CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. ■. Ill JOINER i. HOUSTON GERMAN, Editor and Reporter. tCatnnnl In the Caldwell poHtofllco as ec- • id-cl* rantier. Issued Every Friday MornliiR. SttbHcriptlon Hato . One Yeur . It SO *11* Months i & SO sa four Mont nit . Two Mouth* ... Advertíalos Rote . All advertising on ttr t lmge will be charged •Oi l-in-. p r inch straight. with no reduction for lárice ads. Display ads one Insertion twenty «rents per Itx'h: two Insertion* thirty-live cents l>er Inch; one nonti sixty cents per Inch. Locitl rivtis seven nnd one-half rents tier line first Inter'.Ion and ft V*- cents per line etch subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of entertainments jrlvou for religions, oduea- tlonal or cha: liable |)Ui pokes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all hinds fl.00 per hundred words first Insertion and ftO cent per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. The Xews-i.'hh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

; rihw* THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14. 1900. I! WASHINGTON NEWS LCITER. Washington, D. C., Sept. 7. Editor Nkws-Chhoniclk : McKinlev in still in Washing- ton, but ¡ñatead of devoting his time to Chinese matters he has reason to think that there will be no withdrawal of allied troops from Pekiii lor many months and that the settlement til the • • I matter will not be until long! alter the election, he i hard at work studying up schemes to help his waning political fortunes and to h°ad olí the stampede of republicans to Unan, which confidential reports have caused him to fear. lie will send four members of the cabinet on the «tump. Postmaster tleneral Smith has already gone to Maine and from there will no on an extended speaking lour to West: Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, | Kan sas, an I an> other states I where there is a demand lor Ins services. Secretary Wilson will' stump in agricultural sections. Attorney (ieneral tiriggs will! not make a long...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

wmrn THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, W, A VERY TERRIFIC STORM. Hm WM Bleu a Strong Gale lor Several Near , Doing Great Damage. The most disastrous storm in Texas since 1875 passed over a big- part of the state last Satur- day and Sunday morning1. Cald- well was not slighted by any; means, but on the contrary! more loss was sustained and barm done in and around the town than perhaps was ever| done by a storm before. The storm was the "para- mount issue" all over the county Saturday night and considerable damage to fences, houses, barns, trees, etc.. aside from the dis- astrous results to crops, was done in almost every commu-j nity. Here in Caldwell is where' it did most harm and is where) we hadan opportunity to observej it, so we shall tell just "how it; happened" to us. Saturday afternoon it began raining here and the wind was ¡ rather brisk from the northeast, the clouds being very ominous ¡ looking indeed. It continued | tbiá way until about dark, whe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

iT Muy Bodies Fliif on tie Mtiilaid aid Others Floated Oit to Sea. UST OF THE DEAD APPALLING. The Latest Conservative Estimate of the Number of Dead Places It at Eighteen Hundred to Two Thousand. Probably More. Houston. Texas. September 11.— Not until the sea gives up Its dead «111 tiie number of lives lost In tbe awful storm of September & 1000. which devastated Galveston and neighboring coast towns bo known. On the flotsam of gulf and bay are unidentified who reach tbe aboro tike aeaweed floating on tbe ocean's sur- face. Many bave drifted out to the depths of tbe gulf to become prey for tha sharks and fishes. Others have floated to tbe shore, where, being uukleutided they are consigned to mother earth from which tliey sprang without shroud or cofBn or tbe cus- tomary burial rites. These are sad circumstances to clironlde. but tbey are true At Texas Olty and Virginia Point and other places, the bodies of uieu, women, children and animals come In with tho tide. Except where the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

>■■■ , • watch to aa «Mil that a lady's would MM 1,000,(00 Of tlMNB. Tho «wnn velocity of cirro* «tonda aa boor, white to to travel it tho rato of ha hour. Thorns C. Piatt, tho wife of York motor, glvee a great of her timo to study. Two years took up French and la now proficient In that language. When the active service section of the Royal Berks volunteers left Mai- denhead recently on their way to the front, each man was presented with a sovereign by Colonel Boialt, with taiunctlons to spend the same at Pre- II to announced that Prof. Charles Bitot Norton and the other literary ex- of Joha Raskin have deter- aot to ioane a biography of the ■ft erltlc, considering his " Praeterita' KColllngwood's biography sugkieat. tho executors will Issue represent- from Mr. Rusklu's issns1 THS NOBI.IIT ACT OP POLITICAL CARBSR The following ratract is tabea from Richardson's susaeh it Tho foremaa of a ranch In Califor- nia declaras that rural free delivery Is Worth a thousand dollars a year to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

"Tr \. • ' _ | «í f ^'^-8 ' If ' IrjuULXJLI********* ********* \tLXXTl TNB MISSION OP MIRANDA 4...... "Than, whether with hop* or whether with dread My strength reme back with a leap- ing thrill, Though my lipa were eloae to her gold- en head 1 would not move till I knew will!" —Anon. fltell used to wonder If all women who had a mission were aa Intolerant as her Aunt Miranda. Stall's father waa a traveling man.and seldom at home. Stell's uothur waa absorbed In her club duties and her aspirations mission. Barring that, aha wiabad one might, after a brief ataga of the aliment, enjoy Immunity. Roderick Stanley, ex-Senator and former cattle king, atlll good to look upon, and comparatively young, gasad her In astonishment upon the picture which presented Itself to him on the following evening. In bis library a matronly looking woman with a pale, brick-dust sliln, was reading aloud to hia children. And the youngsters were looking decidedly uncomfortable under the Infliction. "Papa!" cried...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

Wm Tmm ktúm to Im m Imm law. s W CASI IS NSW flMMNG, is te la *s There is pending in the «tote su- court i petition for manda- i to compel the land commission- er to tell certain sections of school land in Borden county, and the land is under lease, and Borden county i in what is known as the absolute «district ase in question is to test the validity of the act creating the ab- solute lease line, and the west is awaiting the decision of the court with much anxiety. The cattlemen we Included in the anxious crowd and would-be purchasers of school lands an those who are eager for a you lived in of Tena. that will knock out the law and permit them to settle on the land and boy it. In some por- tions of the territory, especially along the eastern border, most of the people are acting in good faith I their endeavors to settle on the land, but in the other parts to a great extent it is the festive "land who is operating and de- to get control of the land. The cattlemen have long been peste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

IP ¡fe 'mm SFflGflN'S HflTSS MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES Bought at just half the regular price, now on sale dally until all are sold. As there are no two hats exactly alike you need not come in and ask for one "just like the one Bill Jimmie got here yesterday," but you come quick and get first choice. FAGAN'S f Clothing ar>d Shoes For fall, are rapidly arriving, and it Is safe to say there will be no nicer stock or better values shown in Caldwell this fall. 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. 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'5. ZIEGLER'S HIGH ART FOOTWE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

W •¿fe- ft. 1 I • wm > .' H- w R> Ü Wii' K V' K:: It Hfc THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900. THE PBOHOGRAPH. The following1 are the amounts of money apportioned to white public free schools of Burleson eounty for the year beginning September 1, 19(H), and ending August 31, 1901 Birch Birch No. 2 Hirdnong Bend Big Creek Cooke Point Clay Covington Prairie. Deanville Elizabeth Fren stat Fraitnville Gee Prairie Harmony Hla vat v High Prairie Hrozenkoff Hogg Johnston Lyon Little Flock Lone Oak Midway Merle Marek's Mill Mound Prairie.... Moravia No. 1 Moravia No. 2 Mt. Pleasant New Tabor Oak Hill Porter' Prairie Dale Pout Oak Providence Pittbridge Reeves' Point Rita Somcrville Shady Grove.. .. San Antonio Sand Hill Sand Pond Windell Yellow Prairie. . Yegua No. I'mill*. Ain't ... .12 .. «I08 00 . .. 35 ... 183 75 .... 48 ... 252 00 .... 27 ... 141 75 .... .V ,.. 180 00 .SO ... 309 75 . ... 18 «14 50 . . . 24 ... 12(i IK) .... 02 ... 325 50 .... 71 •... 3...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

1 V THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 14. Hotbeds of Corruption. Texas Farm ami Kanch. It would lie a blessing to the country ii all the increase in population during- the last ten year* wax in the rural districts, and that every city oí more than IS,(KM) people would show no in- crease. One of the greatest evils that confronts us no.v is the tendency to leave the country and rural industry lor the cities, ¡ i | with their vices, immoralities! and bedizened temptations that jj Hock under the electric lights, u ,__ like moths every iarg • percentage of society. around a lamp. In city there is a large >f the worst elements and the influence oi Nerves s " * SEVERAS BLOOD PURIFIER inurmuwit tin number of rod cor- puscle*, nourishes all tissues, pur- ifica muí eurieiuis lliu blood. Tltu prompt purifier. Price ft .00. %%%%%%%% All «ffecttons of the lunvs. as Cory za^lnfluenM, Catarrh, CALI. FOR Severa'* Balsam for Lun law-abiding citizens is taxed to bold this bas...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 September 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14. 190ft H mm mum mum Stories of tl)« Street. mmmmmmmmmmmtMmm* —Dr. 13. O. McLean had the mmfortune to lose a very vaiu* able saddle horse this week. —Rev. W. Wootton will preach at Yellow Prairie Sunday morn- ing', but will be here Sunday night and will preach. —The frame work for the awning in front of the Hudson block is being put up and the awning will be in place again as soon as some necessary mate- rial can be procured. —W. B. Boren, of Hix, was in town Wednesday and had his figures run up into the next cen- tury. He left the same day for the Indian Territory, where he will remain for some time and way perhaps make his home there. — Mrs. M. Mobley, a lady of wonderful magnetic ability and considérale note, is now at the Caldwell house. Call on her, state your troubles and be re- lieved of pain and disease. The cures she makes are simply wonderful. Testimonial can be furnished to all. —The official report of the as- sist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

V a? '.Í™•f •<" *í';p>|y|M¡§|' -™;|" |f ft" ■■ - . ■ •' Caldwell News-Chronicle. ■m. f; VOL. XXI. OUR AIM IS THE (¿HKATB8T BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900. NO. 17. II # # * J>rom Our fflura/ Staff, t ft*****##'* SOMIRMI11. SOMKKYI!.! I . 'I X:t>, ElMToH Nkw s-c hkonk 1.15: The great ^t< rni of >1" Jlit , t h v V ********* last Friday, an<l was buried here Saturday evening. Mi s. Scale is sick at this writ- ing. *th Skinnie Scale is able to be out mst. destroyed sn manv people after a brief spell of sickness, and so much property that it Mr. Morgan, one of the night seems as if every family felt its watchmen at the tie plant, had effect in some way. All faces the misfortune of sticking a piece we meet seem to wear a sad. of iron through his foot on the gloomv look, and everyone stops night of the storm. to tell you of some friend or re!- John JIargett fell while run- tive t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

CALDWELL NEWS-CHR0MC1X. it a. ut joimi. • • • • t. NUSIOK GERMAN, Editor Mi bpartor. (Catered In tbe Caldwell |>n tufflce m ec- •ai-cla waiter. HAPOLEOIT M'KIN LEY AND THE BAWD THAT GUXDBS BIX IB THE PATH OP EMPIRE. lanucd Every RrMiT Morning. Subscription Ratea. Oaa Year "II Month-. Four Montn# Two Month-. •1 W 75 ."SO 1 . fit] Advertising Rates. All advertising on flr t page will l*> charted 4) cents per ¡iii.ii strtiljilii. with un reductlou I for lar* - ¡id*. JJUplny nds one Insertion twenty cents per Inch: t*n Insertion* tlilrty-flve rent par Inch; une month sixty cent per Inch. Locul rat** «even und one-hull rent# tier llae Brut loser-Inn and Ave cents pt-r line each t>ubM-t|uent inserí Ion. Obituaries. curds of t hunks and notices of aatartalnmen'.N clven for rellirlon*. edueu- ttonal or chiirttuple purpose at half repu- la'.- rate . Legal notices of all kinds $1.00 per hundred words first Insertion and .V* cents per hun- drM words each sutaequcnt Insertion. Tlie Nr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

LÍí,,1 „ .1 The Spiritual Man, | xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Tli« l«riv Dead. ¡Compared with it all the little The following article on „ iand ailment, that can afflict aubiect we all have thought!il mortal being are nothing, the on more or le dnr.ng oar live "lore line .last in the balance, has passed into mv hands thro' >" «">erc any relief? 1 so, the kindness of a friend, and ¡ w-ltere may it be found- Hint of all, in the linn and unwaver- ing assurance that God is "too wise to err, and too good to be j unkind." We cannot penetrate Hi* deep designs. His ways are! . , a rnvsterv beyond our compre- with a tiual- , , hension. What He does we know regret that it shows no credit; but, nevertheless, 1 reproduce it, for it has a message for every human heart: For the old t<• die is natural. We expect it. 1' i ified grief that we say farewell to our aged frien<ls, and lay their sac red iltist in the kind and (|uiet earth. 1 he rellection that thev have filled out their allotte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 September 1900

THE III! THE DEATH Ml. JOSEPH DOMAIM. Tuesday night, September 18, 1900, at twelve o'clock, the soul oí Joseph Donath left its wrtblv habitation and went to another world, Surr<?UQd<id by devoted relatives and friend and with many useful years behind him, this venerable old citizcn went to bis reward, hopeful and as one falling asleep to dream pleasant dreams. He had been bedridden and in critical health for three or four months, suffering from some kind of throat trouble, and medi- cal aid was not sufficient to keep disease from bringing his lile to an end. Previous to the past four months he had been very active and strong. Rev. W. Wootton conducted the funeral services at the family res- idence Wednesday afternoon and the remains wore put to rest in the Masonic cemetery. Mr. Donath had lived in our town about five years, having come here from Fayettevillc, Fayette county. He was born in Freeland, Europe, on Septem- ber 1, 182*>, and lived beyond the waters until lw33, wh...

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