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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

«manislr1s"" :,§* ?!wj"! ;'f|| jjf It i« quite often we find acrapa of poetry of wit or of philoaophy going the roundtt and credited to that indefinite individual, Ex. Here arc two of these "diamond in tbe rough" we have recently picked up: A rather impetuous Mr. Called on a girl and kr. Huid «he: "íio sleau, You arc not m,v beau, To you I'm only a sr." And thia, which contains much ■of the philosophy of true living: The signs is bud when folk* com- mencc A fltidin' fault with Providence, And balkin' 'cause the earth don't shake At ev'ry prancin' step they take. No man i great tel he tin see How le* than little he would he If stripped t«. self, umt t¿rk and bare, He hung hi i ign out anywhere. My doc tern to is lay aside Contention and he satisfied; Just do your bent, .mil praise and ! blame That follow th.it count just the ¡ name. I've alius notk««d grate suc-es* 1* mixed with tr<>tit>t<more or W--*. i And it** the man who doe* the bent That Kit more kick* than all the ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

ü ¡É Stories of tb« Stroot ij/py. f'$*P: Teachers' Institute BRYAN IS DrrEATtD. irom unu mi. The following programs have been made out for the next meet* IMS •! NT Cawty. Ike Returns Co*k g in Slowly from BnMM States. Victory. ingof the teachers' institute. It for ukowkwooii, Tax AS. October 31. Kiutok Nkws-Cukonki.k —A new paling fence is being put around the Methodist par- sonage and church. —County court has been in session this* week, but only a little business has been trans- acted. —Rev. W. Wooten requests us to say that he will preach here Sunday morning and night instead of at Yellow Prairie. —The schedule has been changed on the two night trains, the northbound now arrives at 1:07 and the southbound at 5:15. —Don't forget the institute ex- ercises at the court house to- night. It will be a social treat to be there, and everyone is in- vited to come. —The union thanksgiving service will be held at the Meth- odist church at 11 o'clock a. m., Thursday, November 2«J. The progra...

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

HBONCO EVANGELIST. __! ten lo Spread the Gotp«l. T t II Uli «tl Tkm rrtwhn «• ill Aiifwkli>4 Hd la I*niI«4 ( rawéi, William Mullen. tli * bronco evangel- *t, who obtained a w mailt from May- ir Harrison, of Chicago, to break hor*e* a an inehh-ui to a sermon, at- I ract ft I ii big crowd to t he city lot near I lie Art Instituir th other afternoon. Mullen kiiltiliii'«| I wo vicious bronco*, mul between the two lie caught u bi(f • rowd tluit listened ¡o hi talk* oil the Christ Inn life. He v. I Torre; of the Moody In- ntltutr, asked Mujnr ltart .in to allow Mr. Mull rn to hreuk hor r in cotillee- lion with In preaching • • f thr tío pel, Mr. Torrey ml h mil hlrlcllv to the truth, timl told t)if uiii v ir In had never lit n M. Mul! i ti break a horsr nr vnI - • I ii** n bucking brolle • but that lie knew hr wa a u hh! Chr >st >an. The niavor (tuve the permit to Mi Mullen. whose- Ircted the l'«t < n t!'.< lake front al- most 0| | ' •, t e tlir t lilt-airo \ til let if «•I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

EQUAL TO WW POWDIK TEST. RMh Mat DUaklK by llw I'm (I iMokctoM Ka- ptoilrt, Array ordnance officers nay they have been maligned by the atorles fa*, tened upon their corpa in renard lo the destructive effect of amokeleaa powder in the old Springfield rifle. The ordnance officer at Manila hat •cut to Waahlnfton a batch of re- portai on the subject, being replica to iaquiriea nade of regimental officers in the Philippines. The replies re* «eived show that there h s been much exaggeration of the ntimoer of rifles bursting from the effects of smoke* less powder. It seems impossible to have definite information of the ex* tent of injuries, which are merely es* timated by the commanding officer. The number rendered useless in some regiments was variously esti- mated from six to ten per cent., al- though not more than three rifles of the 14,030 issued could be account til for. Col. McGinn!** says he has fired one of the old rifles turned in from the First Washington volunteers 1,000 times w...

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

Crepons, black and beautiful, $3.00 per vard. Black Crepons in the very smartest designs, $i.ao per yard. Black Crepon, a regular cash store $1.00 grade, Fagan*5 price only 85^. Black Crepons, a hunt-the-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 20 cents per yard. The 5wellest Yet is the Straight Front W. B. Corsets, At $1.50. MILLINERY. Mrs. 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 headwear. If you sin- cerely desire to patronize us she will be in the department every forenoon until o'clocl 12:30 o'clock and any of hj ce pleasure In color combl- at wanted. nation, shape or stvi Everything new in Velvets, Pompons, Ostrich Feathers, Wings an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

High-angle fire ii that from gum •t til elevations beyond 15 degree*. New York has 1,588 polling place , which i« only 51 le than the whole state of Nebraska and nine more than there a in North Carolina. Such well-cnown Knglish garden plants as the phlox and the verbena have run wild over hundred* of acres of sandy Texas and Australian plains. The Vanderbilt system of railways is now the largest in the world—cov- ering 10,410 miles, aguinst 10,398 of the Pennsylvania and 10,018 of the Canadian Pacific. Although Canada's «ituation among the principal wheat-growing countries, with respect to quantity, is humble, with respect to quality it is high. The output is also increasing steadily. Mrs. Robert Garrett, of Baltimore, although in perfect health, when sail- ing for Europe made a contract with the steamship company that in the event of her death at ?ea her body should be brought home for inter- ment. Scratches on Glas?.—Tf slight, rub with rouge, wet, on a piece of soft leather. If d...

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

m 4 tU Tfetory That tk. lita fm of TuruUa Orilla. That the Druidie rites at prac- ticed in Irt'lund ami Scotlaiwl, wire neither Otitic nor Hotmtie, but Tur- bauian in origin, a|*|>eur« to be high- ly probable, The belief in Druiduin hn underKone *mue violent fluctua- tion*. Two hundred yean ago it \va rampant; Talari ! and hi* wild the- orie were reerived with open arm . A hundred year* a/o a complete re- action #et in, and "tint rritic- refuted to accept thi' Druid at an\ price; no tuch organization, they argued, ever existed. In a modifi d tleirr t this i the modern attitude. *a\> the (iin- 1'eman'* Ma?nzint. but the tn<><!>l¡ia- lion i- of Kinie importance. It i- n- mlly accept "d a- i lift tied point that the *o-c;i!i< Dru •' c eircl'. - «ere I y origin grave inclt-ure , but it is n!*u freely admitted tl.r at i «tilín ipunt period Drtiiri ic t r «tbcr rcdifriou* rite* ihn have be* n perform."' with n «orne a: !i n-t of the }fr¡ tip l!'<lie . The Roman I •...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 November 1900

V v THE BIG STORE v x Always Advertises Facts and Not Fakes. The reason that we hold supremacy in the dry goods business in this tow n 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. (>ur 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 J Jig Store, but come to see us and we will show you others. Remember that this Bid STORE has over $50,000 worth of choice merchandise on hand, and no lower prices nor better store service in the State than here. What more do vou want ? m Staple Goods Dep't. Here is where the biggest ad- vances come, but you will find very little advance in our prices. Here t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

«H PlSSre WsJ#' *ík * Y A3P WfiHwHEMP '• ' ii^^S Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE tiREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1900. NO. 25. I J'rom Our tfturai Staff, t ********* ********* YEIIOW PKAIRIl. C"iiKII'-Hman, Tt-x . November 1*. RDITOK NKWS-Chmumci.k After an absence of five or six weeks, we will try t<> write up the happenings of our little hurg. Since tny lust couununii ation I have taken quite an extended trip over Milam, Bell and Kails counties, ¡n pcetiiig the cotton crop of caoh county, not for the pur pone of making spec lies for or against overprodu. tton, or a*- a rival of Null's on estimates, but just to pick cotton. Some- time, with the consent of the ed- itor, I will write a description of the counties, places and people 1 saw. The election passed quietly, of course, we were sorry Bryan was defeated, yet we rejoice in the (act that Yellow Prairie lias some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

ü CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. ■. ut ft. aOUSIW laiued Every Friday Morning. Knlt'tt") lu the Caldwell po to«ce a* mc- «tnd-i'likü matter. Caldwell. Texas. Friday. November 16. Subscription Rataa. Oaa Year •* 5® fla Month* 15 ■four ™ Two Mouth • •••• iPavahle l« Advaace.) Advertíalas Ratea. All ttdvnrttHlniron flrmpiw will bcehftwpi Keeni* pt-r lucli strulght, with no reducilon t Urge ad¡ . Display uds one Insertion twenty rents ■Mr loch: two insertions thlrty-flve cents par Inch; one month sixty cent per Inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents per llM flrst Insertion and Ave cent per line •Mb subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices of •■tertnlnment* given for religions, educa- I. Ion al or cbtvrltuole purposes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred «oros Brst Insertion and 60 cents per hun- dred words encli subsequent Insertion. The Nkws-Chronici,e desires a corres- pondent at every uostoWce In the county. Hd in exchange wfll furn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

1900. WA8MN6I0M NEWS UI1W. Washington, D. C., Nov. < . Rditom NKWH-Chkonici.IÍ : Because Hanna and the trusts have by the use of like methods secured the same result as in IK'Ji the defeat of the will of the people- is no. reason for the . democratic party to change or abandon a single one of its vital! principles. On the contrary, it i furnishes a strong1 reason for the continued agitation of demo-j cratic principles. If the power! of the corporate rings and trusts which now dominate this gov- ernment is ever to he broken and our government again be put bick upon the constitutional foundation laid by our wise fore- fathers, it must be done by Un- democratic party, the only party which recognizes the limits set by our constitution. It is the democratic party to which that portion of the misguided masses which have, for sordid reasons, joined in riveting the industrial yoke upon their own shoulders, will turn for relief when experi- ence shall have taught them as it will tIse grie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

K THE CALDWELL NEWSCHRONICLB. CALDWELL. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 16. 1«W0. Northbound ,, Southbound " ■' Í!> >¡ 1:07 a m 1:10 p m 5:15 a m 3:10 p m AMONG OUR FRIENDS. WW **John Theuber, of Hogg:, a prosperous farmer of that corn- One of the most enjoyable *o-j We are unhesitating in avow- cial affairs for some time was ing that all those who were priv- held at the court house last Fri-jileged to enjoy the splendid hos- jday night. The teachers of thejpitality of the ¡burleson County '"'J. E. Pyburn, formerly of Rita but now living on T. L. Phegley's place, was in our of- fice Monday having his paper changed to his new location, where he will remain next year. **J. S. Cabrón, of Frenstat, added his name to our list while in town Wednesday. Mr. Cabrón —The oil mill has been closed down this week because of short- age of hull storage room. —Frank King is this week erecting a small tenant house on the Withers lot, which he re- cently bought. —Frank, the son of Frank Stretecky, a Bohemian f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

TH« NIULT WILL. S* OFFICIAL. tV DfcOURID Or.Ck.MBKN «, Will M t'loeeljr ■ay Arte* Whit* Will H * • «Ml I'MlNU In tae liMirwi Frank fort. Kjr., November 14.-Tta« Mute election board will meet Decem- ber S to canvmm tbe return* and olB- •tally declare tbe result of the election tn the State. While tbe republicans have formally conceded the election ot Beckham as governor and announced that there will lie no contest, both re- publican* and democrats will be rep resented by counsel at the eanva* of the vote. Kvrry phatte of the election will be closely watched by both sides a« matter* rosy arlae. which will have a bearing on the luntext* for congresa- men In two district* the Third and the Ninth, tlovernor ltcckhom will lie InnuKiiraicd luienilx-r tl. It In ¡«aid one of the first official paper* Gover- nor-elret Durhiti of iudlatia will have to consider when he lake* office will tie a reqolnltion from Governor lleck- ham for the return of former «over nor W, 8. Taylor and >x Secretar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

li I i*"; * . Wm. w TEXAS. NOV. 1«. , #,<^1 /i pi - \ IH^ •• jQ|- - ■ ,;■, ■ .'■ ,'',:;j> i '-j■ ' " ■ "■< y A word to the wlae may be auillcHnt, -ut he la sometimes wiser «lio doesn't SÜ* ▲ aoodly portion of what the world luck li composed ot ninety- oI ambition and one part of W. K. Vanderbilt baa given Klaaam tell to the university at Nashville, but aa It is a coeducational institution tbe boys probably bad not waited tor that. ▲t preaent tbe greatest distance over wbicb electrical power is being transmitted by wire is *tfhty-flv« miles, betas carried from a waterfall at Redlanda, Cal., to the city of Loi Angeles to run a street railway, w UBht tbe city and to fura lab powei far several municipal undertakings The plant was set up in 1897. It bai a capacity of 4,000 horse-power an/ MM volts. By a recant postoAce regulation la It la decreed to be a serious • for a poetofBce employe to read what la written on the back of post- vary excellent order. But by article in the sam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

J§f ¡i fc '" W *f ™ 8 ... - • ■HVPVVVHiHH í'r.:tóí#:Vñía-ií. Ser-eJ that aa li.!mal'i rr§- IMilty CMsid A WOMAN WAS SNOf TO KAIN «ai lar Slaw, aa as.Csafadarata Sal «er, 41mm tar Km tead by ty. ia« aa ika «aHs*s. Nncoftdoehe*, 'IVv, Nov. 11.—V, M Smith, the muriloror of Mrc. Theodore Yawters, was huntred here Friday. It ie n*ti mated tloit 500ft people were present nuil witnessed til execution, lie wss taken to fhe gallows, a mile north of town, and at 11 :" •"► «tu drop full, muí in I.•#.* i han ti f - teen Mx-onib Smitli «¡i a dead man His neck ww« broken ami death vat instaiitanou- lb « a Con - federate soldier. Smith wn* nervy to lhr> last, but complained of being ehillv titer hi* was plmeil on tlic seaffold Mi- wild that he wa a' p -iee with (•ml and boro no maliee to muni ¡r>d On Knturday morning, Dew. Theodore Yowi«-r« let't I «• esrlv and ! *!♦•«( to Applel-y. -< tii' fue < r hi* mil - di-tant Be'nr. li-.ivinf.* home he told lis-, «if - t > turn a certain m an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

SSSKf*^''- ■H ■ i ¿5'r '. " V' Wi3ffV Mil AAMr aaa~naaaw lOQAfr REPORT. Dffeit tit ImI CnwhiliMr It Hit RELATIVE 10 OfflCIAI MATTERS ■It •eaarlacal, ss t CMiMeratto Isfsrstftias is 61 vm Out. The report of Land Commission looms* past two jnn, 4,285,- m. Of the number oí acres leased or consolidated within the past two years there was an increase of acre- age leased over the next two pre- ceding years of 4,935,331 acres; the other 6,859,339 aeres were leased on applications where tho original leases had expired, or upon applica- tion to consolidate sinalIdr leases into one. The number of lease* in each county and in pood standing Sept. 1, 1900, though tabulated, is not given in detail by counties for the Kogan for the period from Aug.! rt'ason that KrcHt changes are made er 3, 1898, to Sept. 1, 1900, is just out of the hands of the printer. The following are more impor- tant extracts from said report: With reference to forfeitures his statement is important, and is as follows: On the...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

mflU fllSRd® 583® ■'">''- '''' '/ ■ ••'"! ¡mmmpwji .mu /l~é #* r*mr l«#r Witt th« Mwrun Iron Mr OrtMmloehleld. wife of the ebéef of U« «•NM of oovlgotlou of ths un, ftll har «ortbeoatiog book. "The Ajvhbiah- o «M tbe, Udy," doo not deal with «Étber oMI or eoelaJ folks lo Wuh- togtoa, «MMO genuine relief. sspeolally ta ottclal circlee.whors it «u eigontol ote woold Btk« tt lively for mom of tao imw ud tfcetr famlllea Hn MRfl A. I. CBOWNlNftHVCLD. (Wife of tli« Admiral. Author tU CompoMr, Talks of Hsr Latest Work.) Crownloshteld soys that har hook 4m Mt M with Amirlou characters at oil. and, la Cant, tha plot ta laid to Franc*, Um sntact apot being an old chat «muí gatr Hu\n which «aa hotlt la 1IM aad la new owned by Mom. J a Hot Adamo. TV Crownlnahleld* wees «ha guest* of Mata Adama for booms tima o «*r a year ago. aad wbli* chora wera glvea aa elaborate house party It trae on Lhta occasion, whll* waoderlng through Um grand old piar , with ail I La historie memoriae Mm nsbearaed t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

n The Laie Mayor Strang. William L. Strong was born in Ohio in 1821 and went to Now York when a young man. He found employment with different flints until January 1, 1870. when he organised the Arm of William L. String A Co. The Arm grew to be one of the prominent buai- neas bonnes In the city. He also Inter- ested himself in banking matter* and wm president of the Central National Bank. Mr. Strong took an active in- terest in politics, and was one of the leaders of the reform movement in that city, and was elected mayor on the Republlcan-CI tisena' Union ticket in 1894. He was the last mayor of the old city of New York before con- solidation with Brooklyn and the other boroughs composing the present city of New York. At tbe time of his death Mr. Strong was a member of a number of socie- ties. including Che Ohio (Society, Amer- ican Fine Arts Society. American Mu- aegm of Natural History. Metropolitan Museum Association and American Ge- ographical Society. At a ma as? mating in Madi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

SoPf 2 TrottbX 0 Radii Gnat THB CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TBXAg.NOV. W. WW. BY JAMES NOEL JOHNSON. Author of "A Romulus In Kentucky," "One Little CJlrl In Hlue." Etc. U'opyrighiad MM: bally Wtory Pim Co. 1 VH ridlug uu Rebel Creek, in Bell eouatjf Kentucky. Ia*t August, when, suddenly, títere came lo my ear com* mingled voltes—one passionately de- nunclntory; oue of willing und plead- ing. Turning a sharp angle in the road, I behold a log cabin a short distance ahead, bugged by a rail fence. Before the door 1 saw an under- ga! who could lova him for hlmaetf alaga. Don't you say nothin' about whht I say, though, good woman. Lot him have his way an' marry that gal if she is worthy of him—an' she's a flue louki'i' gal— ef that's auy sign of worthiness—no. say nuthln' about what I've sed. for It wouldn't be treat in' him right, an' it would maka him angry at me for meddlln' In hla worthy scheme.' "1 pledged him my honor I'd say nothin', an' he went off. But he drop- ped a seed ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

THE PKIWNT rOW« I WOT AN IPPICTIVI NUCLKUS ImM II* r«f < la Uw of W r-Urli mi OMnh IUi|ii* fcr h* A«* «k*r mm iMiririm. Washington. D. 0., November lí.— The atartllng statement is mad* in the report of Admiral Crowalnahlald, chief of the navigation bureau, that the present personnel of ti navy would form barely one-fourth of the total establishment necessary to light a first-class European power. It bare- ly sufficed in the Spanish war and no longer can be considered, the report, nays, ms an effective nucleus about a larger establishment could be formed in caw of war. The admiral saya that the bureau can point to many cases where the service i being ham- pered by lack of officers. Tin* naval academy is suffering for want of in- structor . and the present high stand- ard of trailng cannot be maintained. Bvery bureau in the department is short of officers, and the ssrvlcs, the report predicts, soon will fall behind and then for equality, with the other in the struggle, first for le...

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