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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. ' 1 VOL. XXL OCR AIM IS THE UKRATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL. UURLKSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1900. NO. 19. I a great many, while sonic others # jjfr ¡will perhaps make enough for Mrs. J. M. Fagan has just returned from St. Louis % &"rom Our ffiurai Staff. % wW^c^r*!with nicc ««"«tment of Fall and Winter Milliner/, art vol M ^. Volsj;v. ti " * .1 km ElMTOK NKWS-CHKONK 1,1 isL'(l :i hale to the acre will per- as fast as the Shapes, Trimmings and Ready-to-wear 1k1k 1k1k1kIk1k1kffc haps make one-lifth of a bale, TT . , , , . . . while sume other spots will make! arnve the>' W1" ,lc Placed on exhibition to sell. one-half. n 1. '*N" *>otis i<<.ent\, \is- SpCntj¡,,^. a fcw clays with her itmg la t i ves. sister, Mra. John Vanmeler. She i visited Mrs. J. A. Jackson yes- pots will ! Come right along, ladies. Walk up-stairs and make your Mrs. T. F. (iillev has been . ' selection. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, OCTOBER S, 1900. CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. 8. UK JOmil, • • • • Proprietor, ft. MbSTON CCRMANi Mlir mi «oportor. ■•(•red In the Caldwell poatoflce as ho- ••<>o1mi matter. liiucd Every Friday Morning. Sutmcrlptloa Rate . Oh Vear •Ms Montb* If our Montos Two Month ■■■•••• (Payable i« Advaace. •lAO M Advertidlas Ratee. All advertlslniron first pttirc will be ehanred tfceuts per Inch straight. with no reduction for large ad*. OUplav ad* one Insertion twenty cents per lnen; two Insertion* thirty-live cents par Inch: ono month sixty cents per Inch. (¿ocal rate* seven and one-half cents per Ilea first Insertion and Uve ceuts per line •Mb subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notice* of •■MrtHlnniein* p! van for religion*, educa- Hoaal or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. iMal notices of all kinds $1.00 per hundred words first insert ion and #0 cent* per ltun- drsd wc ...... words each subsequent Insertion. The N*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

mm M THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, OCTOBER 5, 1900. Winifred Black in Denver Pout. I've met an exception. She proven the rule beautifully, That's what «he's for, I suppose. She's n cheery, loving, nun- shiny, light-hearted, generous, sensible woman who never had a care in her lile. liless her heart, I hope she'll never have one, She nót strong. She was born sw ith a delicate constitution, which Nothing succeeds like failure. No man ever learned to walk who was afraid of falling down. No woman ever learned to live until she got over her fear of death. Failure. It is the best friend a human being ever had. Look back on your own life. What has taught you most, your successes or your failures? 1 studied history with the rest will only let her live in certain Jof lhe children, but the one thing climates. I' know about this country of Her father was a rich man and ours is the Iist of lhe presidents her mother was a good woman. an<' their order ol succession. She had bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

■ TÉ. .1 ' e luiur l /i H 1 BB = N01ICC 10 SUBSCRIBERS. THE DEATH ROLL. During this month every sub- acriber to the Nkws-Chkonicu: who has not paid beyond the present date will receive a bill for subscription, covering the time up to the expiration of a year in adumcc. Please remember that all sub- scriptions are due in adz'tincc, and if you have made any other arrangements with us, come in and let us know. Don't "fly off the handle"—if you'll excuse the eapression—because your bill is in advance or in case a mistake has been made, but come in and straighten it up with us. You will always tind us ready to make things right. Yrou will easily understand J4MTS S. GMCNlCr. Many of our people were sur- prised to learn of a very sudden death here Monday night. James S. Greenlee, who has been with his daughter, Mrs. Craig, at Yel- low Prairie for some time, spent Monday in town, stopping dur- ing the day at the home of Mr. i Kddins, where Mrs. Craig was visiting. About 5 o'clock in the aft...

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

ow A NKOROIN ALABAMA VILLAGE. Willi «bMi II* Wm ft OMwi-IM rtmmmmé mi MM UMM MaiMv-rtr* Wctumpka. Ala.. October 3.-WII- MM Townsend. «lias floyd, a negro, waa burned at the stake In tbe llttla toara of Elect le. live mi Ion from tlila place. half au hour after midnight Hat night. Tito negro's it I mo waa an «iteiuttted aaaaolt on Mrs. Llnnle Har- rington. whom- husband set lire to the brand which reduced Townsend's body to ashes. Yesterday artcniooti snout 1 o'clock then ogro. a ucphcw of tin- ucgro Floyd who waa hanged in the We tutupka jull week before lust for at- tempted aaaault. attempted to outrage Mr llurritigtou Mr. Ilarriiijtion wax engaged nt a cotton giu m Kdocik- and live* «no mil ' out of town. *rin- ittw coo ' 10 tin- Iioum- ihkI i old Mrw. Ilturliigtoo Hull lu>r IhihImii'Í IihiI wilt ittin <•> if«• t 3(1 coin* front tu r Hito told him she hud no chgrijt I hen die negro loft. but rettirm-d In sfteut ten minuto*. The woman' rvam «oro heard by Hoi> N'iohoi# a...

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

- ¡ami bad oaly W of lift II tftkM I lifetime Of teach ua thai we arc our own but friend; that we an our owa «WU enemy we never laara. Nothing aimpliSas Ufo Ilk* obadl- mm. We somstlmee think we are be- aat by problem, that Ufo It a very dtSteult and com plica ted affair. It la not really so. All Ufe le simply doing or hearing the will of God. Them la tore than one duty for one bio* The preaenre of trade competition during the last decade has prompted Great Britain to utilise an extraordi- nary method of Impressing foreign with her superiority. The theme Is to séóttar broadcast onr the commercial world British ex- perts In metiera of trade to lecture on Britlah manufactures In every im- portant commercial center of the A high odtolal la Porto Rico saya that eighteen monthe ago there were known to be three thousend canse of anmllpos on the island; in the past eight months not a single death from the disease haa been reported ti the of health. What haa wrought The anewer may be read I...

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

.."s'jrMU, ■TJUsisr. «. •/V^Mkvr "Iñd: S*n*rous «m4i nwiM will Dim is In fM*#* t af to iraw than _ the Sengs may flfkt. ¡asa? * v« ib* unlvers* en Ibaér side; AM thai MHMvhm beyond the aura, la i Lov that to bailar iban uto; Whan lb* nlntit unlocks bar bara 1 atoll aaa Mln, and 1 arlll «rail. —Washington Qladdan. éé Tht Otd^/fpple Fríe" - «i - - Ib a gallar ■T I vi-/ &, 3X laa usier rtljr, tor Bve ud I ud I un kar a husband's Um that old apple tree —Chicago Tribune. TO BARNINWINDOWI. bp 1 was dlaappolnted In my friend. We ted arrancad to spend (to day on the vivar. I had not met hint tor years, ant since our Balllol days, until I snw htm agwin after seven years at the varsity sports la the early aprlag. He «•a the sanM aa ever—staach and flsutttne and gaaeroua. It was he who ted auggaatad and eeutad the detalla «I our trip oa the rivor. it «ras to ha an June II, and ma were to have had • km#, healthy, exhilarating day, with fleatjr of hard anarclsa and a long "You are in my fath...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

' ®§ TSKM m A SI. ISMS NOTM. as II ii hii pockets hi* identity. Col. H. E. Peyton of Tent,once amative secretary oí the United Slates senate, end inspector general m Gen. Robert E. Lee's staff in the dvil war, died at the city hospital, ft Louis. He was received at the Institution the same day. Col. Peyton was tiO years old. He «is bora in Virginia and «ras a member of one oí the best families Is that state In his time he had fceld many positions of dignity and honor, and was blct cd with a fair portion of worldly goods. In his old «fe, however, he had more than the ordinary number of adversities, and, broken in health and fortune, he ems compelled to rely upon the eharity of a great city to find a place to die. Col. Peyton, when a young man, •■listed in a Confederate regiment fad rose from the rank to a place an the staff of tien. Robert £. Lee. Afterwards be was execeutive secre- tary of the United States senate, aid also secretary of the Democrat- ic state committee of Texas. He ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

• • -¡ M •'vTOPW,1' f1 m™W ■ S, 1900. millinery Now on exhibition, ready to sell you or show you. PAGAN'S CtMhSf fan mt Jackets Now on exhibition to sell, at FAGAN'5. twmmmmmmmNmmHwmmnmimm# CLOThjlNG AND SHOES For I'all and W inter, 1900, arc now on exhibition. The assortment of SHOES is certainly unparalleled in the Shoe history of burleson county. Scarcely a half dozen lots of shoddy shoes. Xearly all of the Shoes shown at PAGAN'S have solid leather insoles and counters. Of course, there are some Kid Shoes at 75 cents and $1.00, but most every shoe shown is high grade stuff. Clothing is something you want to buy from a reliable store like l agan's that has stood cyclones of competition and still leads in selling the very best pure wove clothing at moderate prices. Keady-to-wear Suits. S1.~.00, S12.Ó0, S10.00 and S7.Ó0, that are matchless. THIS BEAUTIFUL ROCKER Is given free of charge to every customer who buys $25.00 in Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and flillinery. These Rocker...

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

THE fas MS!®! ' v^fS I p; Efe if I:' 1 VOCATION. If I iBlfhl chooM my almpU M Fir from town and quit* forgot, All In • •halured nook and warm, •Tto I would havu a violet farm. No daffodil should m« cntloa, Nor by acini ha with their breath of aple* TIm tulip with tier painted hood For me abould wither whore she stood. Instead of eheep upon the award, The modeat vlufct I ahould herd; Instead of «olden l>*-u<l* a-row, Should see my violet harvest blow. Under an arch of wild, wild cloud. Below an opal mountuln bowed. All In a humid world and cool, With winds add waters beautiful. What aira acroas my farm should far*! 'TI* aweet where plnka and roaea are. But pinks and roses hide the face Before a vlolet-peoploü place. No shortest doy of all the yoar Should fade without a violet's cheor, Invisible sweetness hid within And folded up In swathes of green. Though white and purple babes be born When Daffodil hi flaming horn O'er Quiet hill and vale shall sound And stir the sleepers und...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, WMNNMM WW UtIU. Washington, D. C., Sept. 28. Editok Nhws-Chkonici.k : McKtnley' extraordinary and apparently unaccountable friend- ship for China, which has been so plainly shown from the begin- ning of the trouble down to bin DoctorsSay; Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- tricts are invariably accompan- ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels. The Secret of Health. abandonment of the allien and; The liver is the great "driving the order for the sending of the! wheel" in the mechanism of American troo, in China to the: tmm>ant] whenitisoutoforder. Philippines, has caused a lot of . , , , , thinking. Attention has been ¡tha «hole system becomes tie- called to the fact that the repub- lican platform tailed to say a word about the continued exclu- sion of Chinese laborers from ranged and disease is the result Tutt's Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles. Just • Bit Fumy. The Santa Maria (California) Times reflects t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 October 1900

.«i. 12 ■ THE CALDWELL I Stories Iwwwwwwi «mum •CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 5. 1900. Storits of tbo Street. —Wanted—a good norther. —Cotton is accumulating in the yards. —A month from tomorrow W. J. Bryan will be elected presi- dent. — The battle of the bales is not so hot now. Everything: hums, though. — The storm is almost forgot- ten here. There are still many heartaches elsewhere. —It seems the well recently bored by the railroad company at the depot will be abandoned. —We want some news. It is to be understood that we are opposed to trusts and syndicates and-are therefore not supposed to suppress the news. —Don't fail to pay close notice to our cotton reports each week. Some excellent comparisons can be drawn from them. Last week of last year was the ban- ner week of the season. —The C. S. P..S. lodge will have a theatrical entertainment next Saturday at Hogg, and ev- erybody is invited to go and see what can be done by local tal- ent. A good time is anticipated. Some o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

VOL. XXI. ■':|f ■ ' '¥:W^r- ■ TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. I)K AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1900 NO. 20. t J'rom Our fflurcti Staff. % ********* SOMIRVILIt. Homkhvii.i i . Texas. ik-tober'*. Eiutok NKWS-Cm*oNK i.h: Miss May Norton Brantley in visiting in Chappeli H ll. Miss Laura Hill lias been sick for Home time, but is reported better at this writing. I)r. R. K. I . Bledsoe has sold his drug business to J. C. \ an Cleave. Mr. Van ('leave has bought a home here and will bring his family with him, The wife of John Damnum, hostler for the (<• (• • «V S. 1*. railroad at this place, died last Tuesday night and was buried Wednesday. Mrs. Dunmon was a daughter < f Mrs. H. C. Wil- liams, whose death was reported in these columns some week since. She leaves a husband and two small children; also father, mister and two brothers to whom we all extend our heartfelt sym- p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

2 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12, two. m. NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL a. in t. MUSTCN ■atorad III the Caldwell •«¿-class matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. Subteriptioa Rat* . ear tl J® raí.* -::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::: 3 Months St (Payable ia Advaaca.i Advartialag Rataa. All advertising on first page will bechamod Menu* per Inch sirulKlit, wttli no reduction far large «di. Display Mis one insertion twenty cents par Men; two Insertions thtrty-flve cento par Inch. one month sixty cents per inch. Local ratas seven and one-half cents per llaa Irst Insertion and Ove cents per line each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of «•attainments given for religión , edúca- la ! or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds fl.00 per hundred mrfi first Insertion and BO cents per hun- dred words euch subsequent Insertion. e Xcw8-Chk rici,e desires a corres- lent at every postofBce In the county, Jn exchange wfll fu...

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

It teem to us strange that mercbanta will invest money in a business and devote all their time to it and then not push it for all it in worth. Juat for example, look at our merchants in some line here in Caldwell. The dry goods trade it the only one that in advertised to an extent that will bring trade from surrounding territory. Look at any paper in the sur- rounding towns (biddings, Lex- ington, Itrenham, Bryan, Kock- dale- and see if every line of business is not Weipushed by the merchants in these towns, necessarily drawing some trade from Caldwell. Not only the dry goods business, but drugs, furniture, groceries, hardware, lumber, implements, and in fact every line is being pushed ener- getically. When a íartner gets two pa- pers, one the Ni ws-l'iiKosia i and the other published in one of the neighboring towns, his natural conclusion is that Cald- well is a good pía e to buv dry goods, but the page ad of the furniture man, the grocery man. the lumber man, or the hard- ware man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, OCTOBER 12, two. Makkikd: Sunday evening, Oc- tober 7, I WO, at 10 o'clock at the residence of Mr. and Mr . W. M. Stone, and in the presence of a lew friends, Mr. James D. 8tokes and Miss Nannie Ransom; He v. W. Wootton, of the Metho- dist church, officiating. Mr. Stokes has been for too long a time a successful business man of Caldwell and Miss Ran- som was too popular in our so- cial circles for either of them to need a word of introduction. When two young people take the vows of wedded life and start together on the voyage of life, there must be uncertainty as to wind and waves and rocks and rudder, but all who arc ac- quainted with this couple seem to have no doubt but that they will sail on a placid sea, with the way sun-lit through to a peace- ful haven. The couple left on the north- bound train that night for Dallas, where they intended to spend a few days seeing the fair and then return to Caldwell. The Nkws-Chkoniclk can only jo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

V i. u;t m IB Ufe ¡¡¡til M '1-5 ■> ■ n*.: HP ffi i CALLBD MONDAY. . WW 4m ( la. iUat lUni. I'*., October 0. -President Mitchell tiMlnjr issued a eail for a coú- venUon uf mine workers of the thrw diat rifts eomprlalng the anthracite Held to BUft m St-raiiton, IV, un Frltluy vest at bull. The boale of rvpivMPututiuti will l*o one vote for eaeh buudN ppnotm ou atrik*. or. if desired one delegate majr Wprew-nl m« many mm 800 mint* work- er ; but no dek-jptie «bull be allowed to «asi more than live votes. Tbe iMUlnK of the . all by President Mitchell la a long etrlUf lu tbe direc- tum of lirUítflug the «ret cool minera' strike to a <-k #e Genuine eutUf action «su eapretwod tinlay by Itoth minera cud pei-*on* directly ivunected with the «oal mining Industry. that tbe eon- it si to approaching an end. Bnalneaa throughout tbe entire anthracite coal field I practically at a atandatlll. It la believed the convention will not be a long on*, as It la believed tbe atrlk- «ra will almost u...

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

BSHI ",' '^1 '"V ' ^ u i, Wl IP Women do Just aa much tíllatelas m mea, bat they dilute their thoughts with unnecessary words. if; The most valuable pipe In the world la the state pip of the Shah of Persia. It la set with precious stones, and is worth 1400.000. It"e touch on the man at a continu- ous performance theater who wants to Bo out between the acts; the beat he can <to Is to come in between drinks. .A fruit propagator has produced a seedless apple. These new apples are superior In flavor to the ordinary kinds. High prices are being paid for the trees. The weight of all the air on the globs would be eleven and two-thirds trillion pounds, if no deduction had to be made for space filled by moun- tains and land above sea level. Gout is rarely known among the working classes of Ireland. Their Immunity from thia complaint is thought to be due to the tact that their food consists largely of pota- Rach of the large Atlantic liners lays In a supply of 2,800 bottles of wines and sp...

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

It# m THE CALDWELL npiK i too. ID •to bu laughed u aoftljr u ilw hu Sighed, •he hu counted six Hind ovtr. With a puras well Blind and a heart wall tried. 0. each a worthy lorer! E. B. Browning. The warm, fragrant auaimer night bad closed down with a long line of silver rippling across the lake and a glitter of stars In the purple sky* But the gay c rowd In the great dance pavil- ion of th« most fashionable summer re- sort on the Mlchlgnn coast apparently eared little for the external loveliness encompasslug thorn The mnaic rose and fall, quite drown- lag the gentle plashing of the water* on the beach. The place was ablsze wtth electricity. Young women in the Slriest of summer gowns, men In the rigid monotony of masculine attire, whirled end circled and rerolred In the kaleidoscopic convolutions at "two- •tap" and waits. Perhaps of them sll not one expert- anted the same fresh and enthusiastic enjoyment that Ausbad roue-pink the soft cheeks of Isa Verden. She was only It She had Just...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

tf tit %mm h Ur IMM fey ||||| StpsrtMMrt* FAV09S CATUCMM, (MtM ft MoMs ikat to NM MM I* fctitaua •I UM. Nr1 !iv - An opinion from the attorney general's office concerning the abeo tato leaae law has ben received at Midland, which opinion ia construed to mean that all lease* «rent oí the , absolute lease line are binding for the full term of the lease. The «i .. !, as so construed, is of im- uiense importance to the stockmen oí west Texas. The opinion is as follows: Attorney Uen<;raJ's Office, State Of Texas, Austin—Hon. Charles Ro- Commiasioner General Land lee, Austin, Tex.: Dear Sir— This department is in receipt of jours of the 17th ultima, which is as follows: On July 11, 1000, Z. T. Bowen filed an application in this office for the lease of land in Midlaud county, was awarded two sections of dry the award having been made on July 13. The first annual reutal was in at the date of the and treasurer's receipt was on Aug 10. The lease con- was filled out on Aug 16, but never sig...

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