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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

«MERMAN tV AWAV AT WAOMIMOT PAOOSDQUtgT- WASHINGTON. m ffi; 1 I 1 froat Ah# kla am áAun fclMhJkfth MMMI •ft high SS II VM ofllM. TIM tide Of iNMAir • tan high aad él ioImIm lito itM kit Nace «ai Al N« York. Ootobor. M-Charlea U Alvord, «oto tollor oi the Finí Na- put dowa territory, bul «o close to ta# knowa oil territory that ho Is coa a*W «f WV* ww—w V w • - - — "W fldant that frooi the welU yet to bo drilled he will be able to fill his 100. UOO-oarrel contract. He has been one of the most voaturesoaie wildcat ters lu this field, sod be bas bad the food lucir to come out on toy in all bis ventures. tloaal bank of this city. Is a fugitiva t of |70Q,- «ae Wasblncton. October tt.-Hoa. Joha 'g baratan. «ho for s period of forty years occupied a prominent place la Iks legislative and administrative tranche of public attain of the United States, died here at 6:46 o'clock yes- terday moraine of brain exhaustion. Death came to the seed sufferer peace- fully, after almost thirty-six hours ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

HTlPff _ _ E'^f aeoldlag wilt would doubtless iM u a nllmjr OB the MU. Sight years ago Slavatioa Army ot- •ew were torbiddea by the authari- tlea to uy "Hallelujah" la the atreets of Berlin; today the army meete Bight* ly Id twenty halls la the city. The school children of Jersey City «ere the principal contributors to the Gnlveeton relief fund there. They gave about #1.100 In money, which is fSOO more than the mayor got from all other sources; and they also came to school laden with wearing apparel, canned fruits and vegetables, which when arranged tor transportation •lied eight trucha. "Music has won more battles tfeaa gunpowder," said a great general. Certainly more flags have been takea by Sousa's band the past summer than by all c -r armies in the Held. Near- ly every city in Europe has presented Sousa with a civic banner, and his so- ealled "American" music has marched triumphant through camps usually half-hostile to the "States." May such peaceful victories attend "The Start ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

fe ü íü • ■ ' !¡i jSSp? 1 ill ' 1 Mi;':'® H" . f? :'' i® Jr fWü^il- WwWPi fm «I m wor«U iluti you mío m m . t §o through lUf full cheerily; tWjt «hielo tn« ilk* sume holy chorra Ttol warSeth off distress unci horra, tul bor from earth's iniquity. O happy heart. that knows not doubt nor ocho, three word ' no ho. for three word* ihot you said. I know How rich the poorest hind moy go. And how • vary prince moy I DroH In the deepest poverty: And how I40VC laughs to hav* It 00. ■u«h to the tender knowledge 1 muy lake, Kor three word*' «ke. three words thot you ««Id. T stand With strength unfailing In my h*ud. Knowing no thine I would not dsre. Bent by no burden I mutt hear. Armored to meet o world' demand; My heart may never full, my pirtt break: Vw three word ' aako. inquirid girl whose baby tec* Mid 'Ha •jrea almost felled the •he gave the others as sha aahad question. Margaret flushed, and replied: was hare, hut Charlie Norris with him and, «iris, he was so Infatu- ated with Kats he h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

lor .«I; M éfftlflOT |Y OOveÉNü According to the Austin Tribune, a statement in pamphlet form of «11 „ ««Bey* received by Got. Hnyer* for the benefit of the storm sufferers mi the Texas coast, also of all ex- penditures made by him up to Sept. ,U now ceady for distribution: The following is the recapitula- IPUH • RECEIPTS. First week: Sept. 10 (actual), 18000.50; Sept. 10 (old fund on hand), $3892.59; Sept. 11 $51,704.- 65; Sept. 12. $30,519.47; Sept. 13, NO,681.5?; Sept. 14, $90,363.69; Sept 15, $58,209.93. Total, $293, Second week: Sept. 17, $53,* «W.SÍ Sept. 18, 51.808.27; Sept. 19, $50,108.44; Sept. 30, $21,- •«.$4; Sept. 31. $34,379.13; Sept. It, $33,343.31. Total, $333,437.60. Third week: Sept 34, *33,173.- tt; Sept. 35, $37,934.33; Sept. 36¿ $•$,538.69; Sept. 37. $5151.08; ftfipt. 38, $33,344.36; Sept. 39, $36,- I9M9. Total, $145,516.60. Grand for the three weelw, $670,- L30. Total disbursements, 5.892.03. Balante on hand Oct. 1800, $84,534.18. DISBURSEMENTS. Sept. 10: Relief...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, 1900. m !1 Crcpons, black and beautiful, $3.00 per yard. Black Crcpons in the very smartest designs, $1.30 per yard. Black Crepon, a regular cash store $1 .00 grade, lagan's price only 85^. Black Crcpons, a hunt-the-town-over bargain, 50 cents per yard. Plaid Hlannel, all wool, 38 inches wide, 50 cents per yard. A fresh and new assortment of mod- erate priced Dress Goods in Plaids, Per- cales, Solids and all the quaint, gay and pretty fall fads in frock materials, from 5 to 20 cents per yard. The 5wellest Yet is the Straight Front W. B. Corsets, At $1.50. MILLINERY. Mr*. Fagan has spent 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 head wear. 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 planning and making anv color combi- nation, sha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

OCTOBER 36, 1900. 10 HSIMY INC aou wuvn. I am often asked the question why it is that the Beeville and more western districts of the state have been practically free from this pest the past few i years. I am not prepared to an- i swer this question in all its Keccnt tests and observations ? . ^ ,, , , . phases and details just now, but ,o the cotton held* load me to ^ Hnd tllul J(hc rl„ci,Ml offer and strongly urge the | ^ ^ ¡n ^ ^ ^ (ho„e Male Isfwlsiltl t)r«M Cotton tor mots U Act ooá Ootliaos ttw Coorto Wkicti ShooMboPoraoorf ioOrior to Get RM of the Post. sections the cotton plant matures and its crop is gathered much earlier in the season. At about that same season, under ordi- nary circumstances, the range coaaumotion (k ott «•«JijWhon It fortifies the luug-tiaaue, and U a reliable remedy in Croup, Coughs,] Colds, Tickling of the Throat etc. ^ PRICE 25 & 60 eta. planters throughout the whole weevil stricken district to pur- sue the following course with reference to their ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

'•. ;>c" '-. -i. ' ' .i ' • i, < ' M ■ ' , ' jt Jj f* WASHINGTON NEWS LEIUR. Washington. 1). C., Oct. 1« . Gditom Nkvvh-Chhoniclk : Republicans, from McKinley down, have made this a campaign of minrepreHonUítum from the start. McKinley himself was the one to start the false pre- tense that the war taxes would l e repealed at the* coming ses- sion of congress, and the prom- ise has been reiterated by re- publican speakers and writers in all sections of the country. The war taxes will not be re- pealed bv the present congress, unless the election of Mr. Hrvan incites the republicans to do so with the hope oí embarrassing' his administration, for the very simple reason that the monev they produce is necessary to meet the expense*, of the Mc- Kinlev policv of imperialism. This is well known ¿to every prominent official oí the treas- ury department, though it would be as much .is his place is worth for anv om of them t«> publicly say so. Ihit they don't ha ye to say anything the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 26 October 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, OCTOBER 36, 1900. Stories of t!)« Str««t. mmmi —Black jaundice is proving very fatal in some communities in our county and at a number of places in the state. We sin- cerely hope it will not scourge! but they tell us it will not be our whole county. long now before they will have —Prof. Vic Bunata will begin his school at New Tabor next Monday, October 24Hh. -—The management of the tel- ephone exchange has two expert workmen busy putting the line in first-class shape. A little con- fusion has been caused this week, Í —We arc requested by the trustees to state that Miss (.'ar- rie Pharr's school, near Tunis, will begin Monday, October 2<>, and that a good attendance the first day is desired. everything in tip-top shape and j can give the very best service. Workmen have been putting the line from here to (¡¡ddings in1 good condition, and excellent long ■ distance service will soon be ¡ 'given. —Stone & Hitchcock have this¡ jn thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

OUK AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1900. NO. 23. J^rom Our fflurai Staff. % * BRYMtR. HOOKERVIlir. Hkvmi.k, Texas. October .to. Hookiík viu.K, Tex., Oct. 30. Km TOM Nkws-Ciihonici.K: KMTOH NKWS-Chkonici.K: We have been bavin* some; Mrs c s Pcrry, wbü has very threatening weather for the |hecn s¡d. for a wcek< we are last few iviU end « | neon sick lor a weew, \ v days, and we all hope it ^.,,, t(( say ¡H up a(fam d with a void noi ther. p. James and fami Oldham and dieted this wee m. of your citv, J. Coleman and three children, of Temple, came Saturday on a vímít to Mr. Coleman's parents. J. W. Moore, after an illness of three week , is now aide to «tit up in bed for a few minuten at a time. Mrs. F. N. I KuiiJt • aide to be up again. Karl Goodman has been very sick, but we hope he will soon recover. Me*dam< • Oldham and Brv- nier are sU Bob Addi here Sunday. Our s...

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

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 2. 1W0- CALDWELL NEWS-CNROMCIX. I. Iff JUKI. • • * s. MISION QUtmH, I«tor ■■land Id the Caldwell po to«ce m mc- Subscription Rltw. Oh Year Ill Month* • •• VourMonta Two Month- ......... Payable ia Advaatc. •t AO 75 Ml a Advertising Rate . All advertising on Hr*t pw will be charged flccnt p«-r Iik-Ii strulglit. with no reduction for larit * ad Display ads one Insertion twenty cents war inch: two Insertions thirty-live cents par Inch: one month sixty cents per Inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents por Mae first insertion and five cent* per line aaota ub#«queut insertion. Obituaries, cards Of thanks and notices of aatartalntnents >rlven for reunions, educa- tloaal or charitable purpose* at half regu- lar rate*. Legal notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred words fir^t Insertion and W cents per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. The Newss-CHnostrt.r. desires a eorres- Dondent at every postofflce In the county, and In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

It 0«. MISE PlUSIlftt. These nea nymph , who rank among the inferior deities, were the daughter * of u river god and a Muse. They were, probably, pemoni (¡cation of hidden banks and shallows, where the sea is smooth and azure and gleaming, inviting by the music of thej°f their companion, Orpheus, prancing waves, but destroying | whose voice and harp were cele- the mariner and his ship. I in- brating the praises of the gods. who filled his companions* ears with wax till they were desf and bound himself to the mast till his ship had borne him where their songs could no longer be heard. Aud by another method the Argonauts conquered the charm, for they listened en- tranced to the surpassing music In that sweet and sacred har- mony the melodies of the Sirens were drowned, and so the listen- ers rose superior to all tempta- tion to sail towards the fatal roer says nothing of their num- ber, but in later times three were recognized, and their names were Partbenope, Ligeia and Lenko- sia. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

Ir.v E Bp KHrÜ' K?; Hi í Stories of tb« 8tr«tt. —Silliman & McLean have been adding to their office and otherwise improving: around the lumber yard. —Cobb has a great deal to say in his new ad this week and we ask every reader to peruse it in a careful way. —A. F. Grabow has been mak- ing some improvements around his place, and succeeded in get- ting his roof on in good shape just before the big rain Wednes- day morning. —The candidates of every de- nomination have been on the move this week. Only a few more days of anxious waiting and the news will be known. Shall we have a big Bryan bon- fire? We think so. A new switchboard has been put in this week for the tele- phone exchange and considerable improvement is being made in the office. Everything is now in about first-class shape. Some new directories have been sup- plied this week. —The wished-for norther is with us. A splendid rain fell about daylight Wednesday and the norther came along and cleared everything up. With auch c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

w*8 LEITC*. cal work of tome kind, or put- tiujf up a bluff thai tbey are, while their salarie* are going rijrbt along. A man filling a acieutifie position in the depart- ment of agriculture thus voiced his disguat: "This is our busy Washington. I), c., Oct. 26. Burro* Kuws-Chk(ink t,K: When old Znch Chandler made Hayen a possibility by claiming his election after the returns showed Tilden"* election, he es- tablished a precedent that hasn- , , , , t..« stavmlilv I, „v lh :" «.••«««« "«dour full fore. republican m naKcr. of ,vi.,-v ! '' bt' ,Mmcu "* • '•* w*l«cte«l Mttkmal campaign since. The V T* ^ republican, have alr,u.l,. clecU'tl V J*™" ÍÜ" g,mDt' Mr. M. Kiolcv.ac ..rdinjr u,eir ^ ""i"1*1?* "u^moas-l.ke admin- , . ist rat ion. claims, and tli wrting ten days ¡ + > hence will he a mere formality. The object of thi- bluiT and L'xuminerM tl,Jlt can tl«- bluster is >, ph.in that he win UV< fruu,lulcnt manipulation of runs mav read it. Once get Ujal hunU hooks by crooked em...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

to • CU «I letrina A «tory comes from the town of Tuloea that read like some old Sar- dinian romance, uyt the London £s- pre . For many year a brigand named Lachinski was the terror of the dis- trict lying between that town and Salina, at the mouth of the Danube, and the port of Kustendjie and the Black #ea. Hi tale was a curious one. Of good fami'y, he fell madly in love with • beautiful Roumanian girl, the daughter of an officer. Befused by the girl's relations, he attempted to abduct her, but wa? frustrated in the attempt, and during the fight which ensued he by mistake shot his sweet* heart. He then swore to take a bijr revenge on bis fellow-creatures, and successively the relations of the dead girl became his victims. In vain police and military endeav- ored to hunt him out and take him, Jiving or dead. In the fastnesses of the woody hills of the Dohrugea he hid himself, and there defied his would-bc captor? for years. He gradually became a sort of mod- ern Bobin Hood, giving p...

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

mm 'I1,. %• ' '^|P Crepons, black and beautiful, Sa.oo per yard. Black Crepons in the very smartest designs, $1.20 per yard. Black Crepon, a regular cash store $1.00 grade, Pagan's price only 85^. Black Crepons, a hunt-t he-town-over bargain, 50 cents per yard. Plaid Flannel, all wool, 38 inches wide, 50 cents per yard. A fresh and new assortment of mod- erate priced Dress Goods in Plaids, Per- cales, Solids 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. Mrs. Pagan has spent considerable time the past four years in the ultra- fashionable city of St. Louis, and 1s 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 planning and making any color combi- nation, shape or style of hat wanted. Everything new in Velvets, Pompons,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

1 THE 1900. —— AS ESCORT OF LIONS. - "Were you ever scared by moun- tain lions, Uncle Leu?'* a*ked young Tempie Uarver, turning eager eye* from the volume of Hoyal Natural Hktory, which had been one of his Christina gift*. to hi western un- cle's face. "Seared! (iocxl land! I should think so—scared as stiff as a froien jackrabbit." answered I'ncle Len. the bronzed sheep farmer. "I was escort- id by a pair of mountain lion once, Tempie. from the shoulders of Roach- back mountain down to its heel, v here our >heep camp lay, and I gue>> their miwic froze the laughter in my pipis, Of all the blood-chilling expe- rience —" 'Oh, begin at the beginning and;* • i!tree interrupted ' was such a big lump of fear inside o' me that for a second or so I couldn't get breath for iu\ mean trick. Hut 1 steadied myself, and higan to imitate all the grow ling, grumbling, snarling noises of a fierce mother bear defend- ing her cubs. "I knew poor Mick had heard something like it once before when...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 November 1900

■l V., *• «id II ■ ' ' ■ ■ .V.'1 ^" I, JHL p-r.-«Br*4 ■_ t : .. - > | ( ■ - '. i> n■'■1 ^Éf Ttff- ■•> «•"•••? "'fej ; ■ ■■ -r''-: MANY CHAffOBS. ■tvii Taken Pitea ta the Educational Metboda of Our College* Th« educational method of to-day S™? —umnUtakabljr written. iflVr much from t hose in vomie a ? 5 *«wr found anyth.nff like it Mahaffy, "which appcari regtilnrly in the came form, and of which we can give no fiirtIter ojrplanation. It i&the diflVr quart i>r of a(Tnturyup,. Ourfailioi* 1 £ ' " " ,""'l-v1 'or" would have nondt rt.! if ! °'"" loid thorn that ¡11 the >w g|™, Sl?l ^ . 7 ^'Tí* 11100 automuhik' oairiauo, .ui.l n 'hV" ■ <•' '"í 'Í* ........III,., r,.n„ ,l,o "« • J I «fl* ocoupicd in brewing beer oris of lccturi # in Arin rit in mmcr-itU's. , Yet the iintwum-i nunt liiujiut bun in:l!o ti nt it:trr --iii■« di^crtation* | cn tht m up-to-^iti. ti jrc. win hoik- ! livc-rea during the c inii n in | t •> c? i ur J < H k: iivn it ¡it.* of Icarti- = j? ...

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

m u>. ,r .,•< CALDWELL. TETAS, v v THE BIG STORE x x Always Advertises Facts and Not Fakes. s*. The reason that we hold supremacy in the dry goods business in this town is due to the fact that we always tell the truth about our merchandise and never try to deceive the people regarding our goods and prices, and we point with pride to the fact that our name goes as far in an advertisement as it does on a note. Our aim has always been to give the best values at the lowest possible prices, and we wish now to call your attention to the many good things we have to sell. On account of our limited space we cannot begin to* mention all the good things we have in this Big Store, but come to see us and we will show you others. Remember that this BIO STORE has over SoO.OOO worth of choice merchandise on hand, and no lower prices nor better store service in the State than here. W hat more do you want ? Staple Goods Dep't. Our Shoe Departm't I«ot 22.V4. youth's fancy plaid. *iies 2S to >...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

Ifv ^PfPPil''/' "' i j i \ ?> v# f ■ y 11' ^ ftj ^ , T j f.i *r¡?,yi ^wWWI^^.^giaagw^ ■ . * ji Í' ; j IHPP$!l OUR AIM IS THE URRATEST BENKIT TO THE A RMERB AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1900. NO. 24. ti + &rom Our SPura/ Staff, t ******** ********* HOGG. CLAY. iloiu:, Tcia-. November 5, pwo. Ci.av, Tiíxaí, November 6. Editor Nk -Ciik<inki.i:: Editor Nrwh-Cjikonici.k. Hogg failed to be represented Death is always a sad visitor, ill the last issue of the Ni.ws- let it take young or old, but Chkonici i on .i. ount of pre*s- when it creeps into a household ing duties of the correspondent, and takes a young husband and On October 2*th J. < . Shiller, father, it occasions the height John and Frank KriMof, Joe t)u- <if earthly grief. Such was the sek, Jr., and the writer took ad- case last Sunday morning when vanUgt' "I tli'.' special excursion tin.' spirit of lien Jones took its rates to the San Anton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

Wá gm.;' THE CALDWELL NEWS CAI0WCU NCWS-CMIOMCIX. «. w s. fire, a firmament without a sun. a body without life. If you are a member of the church, be en- thused for the success of the church. If you are a politician, there is nothing wrong in being enthusiastic for your party. | Whatever your hands find to do, do with all your might. Make yourself necessary to whatever Iwud Ewj fittev UoralM- Thk tale has been told. Let's all settle down to good bard work again. Caldwell, Tea . Friday. November 9. Subscrlptlos Rstss. " II SU. ::::::: S oolb« Nyaklt Ik A4vaae«.t Advsrttslag Rates. Alt «drertUlnaontr ! page will be ehnrged Scent per locb airalglit. with no reduction e Ur«« ad* «uta one inaertton twenty cents ■•r inch: two tnitertlon ttalrty-tv« rents per inch; one month sixty cents per Inch. Local rates seven sod one-half cents per ItM flrst insertion and fire cents per line ~i subsequent Insertion you undertake in this world, whether it be in church or state or business. You cannot d...

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