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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

Wmm ./ ^1 *■£ I ( ^ ""V! ''l " ' . ■'/ ■ ' • ■ ',J'1 t THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12. 1900. MILLINERY Now on exhibition, ready to •ell you or show you. FAOAN'S Now on exhibition to sell, at FAOAN'S. CLOTHING AND SHOES For Fall and Winter, 1000, are 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 FAGAN'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 Pagan's, that has stood cyclones of competition and still leads in selling the very best pure wove clothing at moderate prices. Ready-to-wear Suits, $15.00, $12.50, $10.00 and $7.50, that are matchless. THIS BEAUTIFUL ROCKER Is given free of charge to every customer who buys $25 .oo in Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS • CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS OCTOBER 12, 1900. To Cadi Mt Own Show* For practical and encouraging wisdom many of the abort arti- cles in the Youth'a Companion cannot be surpassed. We like to reproduce such articles as the one that follow : A number of practical men were discussing*, the other day, the burdens of duty, and one of them declared that they were sometimes too heavy to be borne. "Not," said another, "if you carry only your own burden, and don't try to take God's work out of His hands. Last year I crossed the Atlantic with one of the most skillful and faithful captains of the great lines. We had a terrific storm, during which for thirty-eight hours he remained on the bridge striving to save his passengers. When the danger was over I said to him: 'It must be a very terrible thought, in such a crisis, that you are responsible for the lives of over a thousand human be- ings.' "'No,' he said solemnly, 'I am not responsible for the life of one man on this ship...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 13, 190ft WMMNSTM NEWS UIIOI. Washington, I). C., Oct. 5. Editor Nkvvh-Ciikonici.k : The boodle atayc of the cam* paijfn has been reached and the bead ha* been knocked out of the republican barrel. Hanna'a recent visit to the eastern head- quartern of the big trusts filled the barrel to overflowing. In every doubtful state and con- gressional district every vote that can be had for money is to be bought. These arc not mere assertions. They arc the hard fa cts, of which the democrats have been warned by Chairman Richardson and Mr. Croker, both of whom know of the enormous amount of money secured by Hanna and judge by the way he spent millions in ÍS'M how he intends to spend it. It is not easy to prevent some buying and selling of votes among the ones who are so unprincipled as to engage in such a traffic, but vigilance on the part of demo- crat* mav greatly lessen the number bought and sold, as every state provides a heavy their w...

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

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE CALDWELL. TETA8, OCTOBER 12, 1900. c m Stories of tl)« Stroot I —We received an article this week dealing with the road quea- tion in a very plain and sensible way. It will be printed next week. —The streets were well sprin* kled in part Saturday morning Mid no doubt everyone who was in town that day appreciated the effect. Lee Alford has moved his mar- ket from the old Hewitt building- and is now doing business at the aland formerly occupied by John Struwe. —The concert at New Tabor last Saturday, given by the C. S. P. S. lodge, was very successful and afforded much pleasure to all who attended. —Sergeant Owen Williams was having a pay roll signed by the "boys'* Wednesday so that they may get pay for their work and service at Houston and Galves* ton. —It seems that from here and all places on the railroad below the colored population has left en masse for the cotton picking districts. The trains have been loaded down all the week. —Read Cobb's new millin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

WiPPSIB! ;. !#: Caldwell News-Chronicle OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900. NO. 21. y 3*rom Our ¿Rural Staff, * COOKES POINT. ********* Cookiís Point, Texas. Oct. 15. Bditom Nkws-Ciikonici.k: ! Harrington, Hud and Ed Mills | ami J. 11. Route, of Allen farm; Miss Maggie Page and Shepherd and Tom Clay, of Independence; The melancholy days have j íh^ck Sayers, of Gay Hill j Mr. come and with them that beau*, tTp^hire, of Somerville; Misses ^tiful, dreamy, hazy weather j A^nie Baker, Kittie Glenn, Lillie which we term "Indian summer." alu, Annic Hettis, Josephine Bass. There is in tin- afterglow of the 11 a 11 i e Lewis and Joe, Jim and Hummer something that appeals Toed i{t.uis and ,J¡b (;,cnnt ()f to the pathetic in human nature. \ierje, A number of our citizens were trading in Bren ham last week. Among them were: "Cuele Billy" Thomas! Beverly Barham, Billy Thomas, J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

wm = m* m f'r.S p Kii'F i, iff mu %. MMM HMM,K«tar«i liMNd In the Caldwell M Me* o«d-cí«aw nuttier. Uauod Every Krtda? Moroín*. BHtaorlfltoa R«lo . Oa« Year II •I* Month* JJ four Montim ™> Two Mont lm . «k iPayable In Adwtm: .) Advantning Rat* . All advortUI«)K«n flint-pagi' will tmchwrtri'il 0c«nh per lnolt strulnln. Willi no mlui-tlou for lartft ml*. UUpluy lids one insertion twenty cents par Inch; two tawrttona thirty-nve cunta por Inch; una mnnth sixty cents per Inch. Local rates twrvou and one-lmlf cents per lloe first Inaerntnn "<>(l five cents por lino oaob nuiiN<H(uetf' luaertlon. ObttUHrlea. cnr !s of thunks mid notices of optortulnmenta (riven for religion*, educa- tional or charlKiltole purposes at half regu- lar rntos. ¡ In thk wealth of tendentes and aympathy shown to Galves- ton in the hour of her affliction no more striking examples of the broad philanthropy of mun are shown than in the generous responses of the people across the ocean to the appeal for he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

ii&'f :V . ÉM0MHVÉ>ttflÍI Hi ¡MMflBÉÉÉi iflBMMÉÉMM :-jPg Somikvii.í.k, Texas, Oct. 12. VniWM NKWMJHKONICI.K : A« you have solicited article** •on thin subject for the purpose •of arriving' at a practical plan by which roads may be made and sustained on the most simple scale and in the cheapest way, 1 have p«nned a tew thoughts •upon the subject that they may be weighed in the balances of greater minds than mine. To have good roads, all things pertaining to them must he sys- tematic. There should be a man appointed and paid by the year to do nothing but look after road . He should inspect every road in the county and make a plat of it from one end to the other, naming place of beginning and ending, lie should number each place where a bridge should be placed and drive a stob there with the number <>n it. He should then make an estimate of how much lumber and timber it would take to bridge each place. These records should be com- piled in one book, with sufficient maps, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, OCTOBER 19. imé The Baptist General Conven- or Texan will meet in San Antonio November 9,1900. The meeting will be in the new audi- torium and will afford ample ac- commodations for all, whether messengers or visitors. It will be, from many consid- erations, a meeting that will go down as a part of Texas history. It will doubtless be the largest deliberative religious gathering ever assembled on this continent. Participating in its counsels will be the greatest leaders of Bap- tist thought and activity from all parts of the United States. It will greatly benefit and develop any Christian attending it. In future years, when the conven- tion shall have become a part of the glorious history of our peo- ple, every genuine Baptist will be proud to say, "I was there." Cheap railroad and hotel rates will make the trip a compara- tively inexpensive one. I shall be glad to talk with any who would like to go, and shall take pleasure in giving any informa- tion in my p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

Y' v. O APT § ANO MEN ■V INSUROKNTS. •mi IM I'':' mi I JB ra. i to te Jmtt Okwft4 «Vita the Taoaa. October !•.—T. L. Fallar of the T«ui Ranairi vu abot aad kilted hem veaterdav after- mm about 6:10 o'clock. He waa ataadiag in Adaa ' barber shop at tbe Una washing bU (ace at a basin la tbe ceoter of tbe room when tbe shot waa fired. Tbe ball (ram a Win- cboater «truck bla In tbe temóle, be Ml to tbe floor and eipired In a few arinutee. Rancor A. L. Saxon waa In tbe chair being shaved at the time aad tbero waa no one eke in the abop but Barber Aduana. Immediate- ly after tbe shooting Tom Poole ran Into an adjoining butcher shop with a Winchester rifle in hi hand and waa place*] under arrest. Poole is a brother of Oscar Poole, who was killed here last year by Hanger Ful- ler Captain W. J. McDonald. Al tfaxon and T. Puller of the Banners arrived yesterday morning to attend district court. Fuller was a member of the Odd Pellown at Ban Anvelo. and the local lodge here bag wired to them wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

féMm' ^ ■ " 1%A mlÉUÉA ot lift ABiiil tlo« ta state Ilk* Inlliaa of the self-evl- kf onr heroic II 66fi,666 bow of the • of 666 pouade each. bat U mm a VNld k T« tena «tu ti In íImi aiiib i$r ¡pY*f'' : ife ¿•v i iad received a poll of hot ■«arch la raply ra probably the moat "etuch o " oriaitMl la tho city for a Tha solemn look on tba father's fa whan ha glvM hla daughter away at tha asarriage altar la amusing when oaa rocalla how aaxioua ha waa to g«t rid of her the past ten y4ara. ■van tha president of tha United ItaftM cannot declare war uaiU ho Is ■athorlaai ao to do by congreM Yet atinara or aUaaowaera can at any time precipítala Industrial war. The time la eentiag whea they will not M per- mutad to da m. Compulsory arbitra- tion will make stiikaa Tho. M lost world's fair in la tor la berlag toa WmH, III m of any other aum- Oreat than 0or- tlmea moro thaa Rup- Oar exhlbita corar nearly eight Alexander Ramsey, the first territor- ial goveraor of MInneoota. celebrated hla eighty-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

B P. ?' U« ItPTi ' i !, « " M//i v i f , # " TLa Ck«JBU) mt m lUiJa 1IW5 OVKNVW ST Q l/OUDi •y CURRAN ft. GBECNLfY fin II* DaMr S*«ry rm. Oa.) ««tort wn rtpgted late till p|| Iitu* lallaMas, about tbi silvered raott Tli tvo vm la i The beauty of lb* naai *u an old atory sot worthy or «Want, latfaed, comnaat tai not eorreat coin, «a the atudlad uncoa- of their facaa betray ad. aouM not forgive that direct -"Coquette." "l taw you. Ton alloarad bli klaaaa, and you dart It" "Dany?" Har face yet burned with tka memory of ble tone. Perhapa It vm not good form, but aba tore bla ring from bar flncer and flung It at bla fiat. And tben ebe waa alona. Some one «poke her name halfway to the door. Ska turnad, and tben ¿nek An- drew entered to claim kia dance. Tke atralna of that walta yet lin- #arad. with a haunting aenaa of pain and low. Tba bright llgbta, tka crowd fid Aadrewa' gay nonaenaa—a dim background for one faca—Hugk ftex- all'a dark, and reaantful. Ska bad iaat aaen It tka nlgkt of tk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

£ !■ ii am Mt far triaL l'n—InMt WW '1PWW mw mw^we WUI and Hall Hayo*. AAnmt a ymur age it Di Kala, (boa two mm iMr brathar. iu« Uir«i. aad eugaged lo * ftW fOT-Oll I. Md declarad be m the Church Hit begltr *m a acerad U wae fouad that Ira Smith ; Joe Maaabig, m 1&-U cbMuoa oí «ir what i Jtuwn aa *111, aail lo M*a un jo left lata William M Hice. prof- it to lia a fowy, '* rtther document, It la afttlruuid, upou «vary pagu. souietblug would not cjuv u Oo, u< U I uuueccssary uid v.onii give a greater elmnoc of fraud, if com* mu, being detected. i'i.c gueral l* that the will wat actually utwti by uftoe aud lu due form ac- to law- It will undoubtedly presented tor probate and at this uo objection will probably be . Not uutli this doe u men i bus uady teueueu the surrogate will t be made; tbeu, probably, upou grouud of undue intlueuce. will effort be made to bare It set aside, lies W. Uimrd. Captain Uaker'a be re, wbile uot confirm lug above, let It be understood that 'undue luflu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

'TlíiiTilpM vnfctitflHBkii-i i nmftn I'lTitamf rvfltrtt BiíHÉfcii<fri i r i ÉHátuüiala! -raaliKnlito ■kHftHMtlttM C re pons, black and beautiful, Sa.oo per vard. Black Crepon* in the very smartest designs, Si.ao per yard. Black Crcpon, a regular cash store $1.00 grade, Pagan's price only 89^. Black Crepons, a hunt-the-town-over bargain, 50 cents per yard. Plaid Flannel, all wool, 38 inches wide, so cents per yard. A fresh and new assortment ov mod- erate priced Dress Goods in Plaids, Per- cales, 5olids and all the quaint, gay and pretty fall fads in frock materials, from 5 to ao cents per yard. The 5wellest Yet is the Straight Front W. B. Corsets, At $1.50. MILLINERY. . Mm. Pagan ha (pent considerable time the past four years in the ultra- fashionable city of St. Louis, and is cer- tainly something more than a novice in selecting artistic headwear. If you sin- cerely desire to patronize us she will be in the department every forenoon until 13:30 o'clock and will take pleasure in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

THfC CALDWELL CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, 19, ¿e (Current Imuc. ) Considerable discussion is go- ing on concerning the alleged disfranchisement of negroes in North Carolina. One of the best things for the negro race that could have happened, next to the abolition of slavery, would have been disfranchisement for twen- ty.fi ve years, beginning in 1865, and ending in 18**0. By that time they might have been better able to use that dangerous weapon to an ignorant man—the ballot—and consequently would have escaped numerous evils that have at- tended the race since emancipa- tion. We conscientiously believe that almost all the troubles and trials that have befallen the ne- groes in the United States since the Civil War are attributable to his presence at the polls. The majority of them are in the South and have always voted the republican ticket. The white element in the southern states is almost solidly democratic and this naturally, developed a spirit of antagonism between the races. The negr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

rPtNR * Youth' Companion. When Benjumin Franklin was ridiculed in Farm fur his defence of the Bible, he determined to find out how many of the acof- fera had read it. He informed one of the learned societies that he had come across a story of pastoral life in ancient times that seemed to him very beauti* ful, but of which he would like the opinion of the society. On the evening appointed, Franklin read to the assembly of scholars the Hook of Ruth. They were in ecstacies over it, and one after another begged that the manuscript might be printed. "It's printed," replied Franklin, "and is a part of the Bible." On another occasion he copied and read to a company of tree- thinking wits a remarkable "an- cient poem." It was received w i t h Yon Nad H? Its non-reading critics, who are "indebted to their imagination for their facts," invite the dis- dain that follows willful igno> ranee. Job CouMa't Have Stood It, If he'd hu<l Itching Pite . It i ter- ribly annoying. Hut Huekteu' Arni...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 19 October 1900

12 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 19, WOO. SB Stories of tlx Straat. —Our Volney letter came in yesterday too late for publica* tíon. —M. C. Jones, of Deanville, has requested us to state that he is not a candidate for sheriff. —(Juite a number of the pub- lic schools of the county opened for the winter term Monday of this week. —V. T. Pieper has put in a big1 new showcase this week to accommodate his constantly in- creasing stock. —Rev. Jeff D. Ray requests us to say that be will fill his pul- pit Sunday morning and night, all reports to the contrary not- withstanding. —Rev. Wootton will preach at Yellow Prairie next Sunday, both morning and night, and at Second Creek on the fourth Sun- day at 4 o'clock p. m. — Rpworth League business meeting will be held this (Fri- day) evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every member is earnestly re- quested to be present. —The old residence formerly occupied bv Tom Houston has been wonderfully changed by having a new roof put on and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

. ra? >! ) TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XXI. <11 K AIM IS THE ÜKEATEBT BENEFIT TO THE KAKMENS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF LIU RLE SON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1900. NO. 22, * J'rom Our Sfrura/ Staff. * SOMIRVIII! ********* hert' Monday. She leaves a hus- band and several children to! HoMi.xvit.i.i. Tc*. ■., >. • 34. mourn her death. Eimtok Nkws-v'mkom i,t: i'. C. Iirinkley and family went While fishing on Salt Lake last tu Robertson county Friday to i Sunday evening, two boys be- spend a few days with relatives.! came involved in a fight over J. L. Little, wife and daughter some trivial mattei and (¡eorge uul Gertrude White spent Sat- Fisbcr stabbed another boy, urdav and Sunday visiting rela- which proved fatal. Fisher was lives at («aune. admitted to bad in tin sum oí Robert King, o! ('aidwell, is; $2oo. here building a chimney for K. A white man. supposed to be |\. Herman. Fred Seaman, ,t barber, who \V. C. Bain returned Satu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, vm. CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. a. in JOMca, ft. MUSfftN 6IMUN, E«tor «J R*p«rt«r. ■«tared In the. Caldwell poitofHce as sec- 0id-clM*nmtn>r. luued Every Friday MornluK- SnbKriptlN Rate*. Oat Year «la Month* rour Mont ni. Two Month* 'Payable la Adviwt.i •t M m ! for UA Advertising Hate . AH adveriUlniion flr*t putfo will Itechuritud nized, and the most useful and practicable principles governing energy and means can be in- grained in the makeup of :i boy or girl. But the true importance of this industrial training in the public schools can never be fully appreciated until teachers be- come impressed with its impor- tance and act accordingly. The need of such education our young people grows | little your own true manhood, greater every day and cannot be j Scfcctcti. overestimated. The tidal wave J now sweeping over our country! HAs there been a day this is leaving factories and mills in | year when poultry and poultry ould no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

'¿Mr fewíi-rfi MORALITY STABILITY. In paying; respects to this sub- k ject, the writer feels that lie* is ( approaching perilously close to some uncertain quicksands, yet he essays to make a few random | remarks by way of keeping in practice.. The profanity and obscenity too frequently heard on the i streets is a clear indication of! the little respect that is paid to the ethics ot good citizenship. This soon leads to want oí re- ¡ spect for another's rights, and this to hatred and murder. A great many of the amusements of the day are a prolific source of worthlessni'ss as to the higher elements rjf good citi nship, .is they enervate the mind, ruin the health, shatter the bodt. pollute the imagination, <1 aden the con-'! science, pa ral v/.v the will and Kv j llaust alieitiofl. Ilmv van peo- ple thus enfeebled build up a town ? We need «-talwart men anil women stron;; in both bod', and mind to occupy the plat es ot trust and honor in our midst. Men are to -e -ren walking the stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. OCTOBER 36, !'«*>• ■ A Sad DmM aH Twite. The death of a young- girl just started out in the roseate morn- ing1 of lif-i is something always painfully sad. We are called Porter-Compton Marring*' At about noon Wednesday, j Sunday evening about seven Miss Grace Brymer, aged about j o'clock, at the home of the bride, seventeen years, daughter of Mr. N. K, I'orter and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs fl GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN ANNOUNCEMENTS. For the l.egislúturf ,«ith Distrnt. We arc authorised to announce K upon to chronicle just such a jot Brymer ilrs. William Brymer, I M. Compton, both ot Deanville, j U " , fell a victim to the; were joined in marriage, Rev. •; flt Fren&tat. Sunday Night, Nov. 4 j I office <>f Representative for the Korty- lc« I ninth legislative district Texas. death. Miss Máry Virginia Ilodges, aged 16 years, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges, ot Tunis, died at 8:3U o'clock Saturday morning, after only a sho...

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