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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

Vjjr " 5V:'~ .ri THE CALDWELL NEWS CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 16, 1900. Crcpons, black and beautiful, $a.oo per yard. Black C re pons in the very smartest designs, $1.30 per yard. Black Crepon, a regular cash store $1.00 grade, Fagan'5 price only 89^. 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 Plqjds, 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 D*ClOC 12:30 o'clock and ;e pleasure in planning and making anv color combi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS THIS AKO THAT. It is pot i mated that only 1,000 buf- falo arc now alive. A woman who sell* newspapers at one end of the lirouklyn bridge has made a $ If ,000 investment in tenant property. Labor men in Vancouver, B. C., ■re urging the imposition of a heavy tax on male domestic servants, the object being to diminish the employ- ment of Chinese and .laps. Chinese has no grammar, as we know grammar. According to its po- sition in a sentence a word is either noun, adjective, verb or adverb—the word itself remains the same. Prof. Lloyd Morgan, in a recent address, stated that he had found that young chickens, taken straight from the incubator, could swim very well, the power of swimming being perfect- ly instinctive. There are about 3,500 miles of rail- road in Russia, of which 2,500 miles •re operated by the imperial govern- ment. Pension funds are maintained for the employes of these roads. These funds amount to something like $55,000,000. Are waiters benefited by fe...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 November 1900

I 1 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS. NOVEMBER 16. 1900. IS PATRICIA'S PORTRAIT •'li "!! . I have IovmI y«u a* men love I.llht. odor. inutOr, beauty, love Itself, All that In apart from and above Those common wit) that ileal with dual and iwlf." •Owíii Mrrrdlth • "Hinc!" breathed Her t rum A ins- worth. The hitlf- trapture in Ins voicc thrilled the girl Hitting to Itiin for Iter portrait. "That roue- light on the law- 011 the Mitin—tin? ctfect ic luarvehiuü!" For the sun, repenting it* milki* nw , hail eoino out in a laggard blaze of glory that offered atonement for it* unfriendly mm limion. The glow- ing radiance poured down into the ■ludio, a barren studio . nough com- pared with others in the name build- ing, but Aiti-ivt>rth had not fonnd it neeeuMtrv to crowd Ins corners with ar;iiored figures, I t up his couches with multitodni'ius . dlon nor hang bin walls with fabrics of divetn tex- tures and many color* . IVrliup* ho could i.mi well ha\e nlToi'iled tl" <c ...

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

«i í'; l?'' the caldwell news-chronicle, caldwell. 16, 1900. v v THE BIG STORE v v Always Advertises Facts and Not Fakes. ^ 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. < >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 sel!. On account of our limited space we cannot begin to mention all the good things we have in this Big Store, but come to sec us and we will show you others. Remember that this IM<« STORE has over SóO.OOO worth of choice merchandise on hand, and no low er prices nor better store service in the State than here. What more do you want ? Staple Goods Dep't. Here is where the biggest ad- vance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. yOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1900. NO. 26. A Nappy M«rri«qe. Mr. John Stefka and Miss Rohíc Trcalek were married at the home of the bride's father, ■¿our miles northeast of Caldwell, Tuesday. The attendants were: Joe Trcalek and Fannie Mrrtu- «tik, Frank Mrnustik and Matil- da Trcalek, Robert Schwoda and Annie Siptak. Willie Macat and Hcttie Schweda, l'Vank Drjfac and Fannie Mikeska, Frank Stefka and Phussy Stefka. A large crowd of friends were present, and were furnished with music, flowers and plenty to eat and drink. The presents were many, rich and rare. We wish for the young couple much happiness and prosperity. The shoo sale is on at James . Io Close Next Thursday. The following business houses will close Thanksgiving day: J. F. Cobb, J. W. Jenkins, (). 1 . Storm, Cal ves ton Dry Goods Co., J. H. Truax, Win. Reeves c* Co., W. M. Hell, J. D. Stokes, Womble, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS CHRO AMONG OUR FRIENDS CALDWELL. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 23. IKJO. Bunted to Deatfc. Morthbound 1:07 a 11 •• 1:20 p in Southbound a m •• 3:10 p m F mm Stories of tb« Street. —The jury commissioners were in session Wednesday. —A great ileal of- nursery stock is being delivered here this week. —Nearly all the stores will be closed on next Thursday, Nov- ember 2< , Thanksgiving day. —A. G. Jenkins is having his chimneys remodeled and other improvements made this week. —Rev. W. Wootton will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. Subject for morning service: "Making Tracks." —An opportunity will be given Thanksgiving day for all those who desire to make a Thanks- giving contribution for the bene- fit of the poor. —I. M. Daniel Mas in town last week securing the necessary funds to rebuilt Harmony school house, which was damaged by the storm two months ago. —Two sweet potatoes, ont weighing \2y¿ pounds and the other 10 pounds, are on exhibi- tion' at Cromar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

iff Rife'.! M; : m - W- 4 ■ .... I W' I I mm A TORNADO WKf T OVER MIS* •IttftlPPI ANO TfcNNIUKI. •I l'nl ht« Whit- ■I U Unuti*. iMraphln. Dana.. November 21.—A tornado swept over y\—t Tnnnnaaae •ad North Mlnaiaalppl yesterday ai- teraooa end the list of killed and in- jured so fsr as ascertained It about ttfty. The town of I* Orange Tenn., ta forty miles east of Memphis on the Mothern road, suffered the severest Injury' Other villages in Misalsstppi were struck, I-ove,*. Baten vi lie, ííuyns and 'iiowiisvlHa At Iji Orange the storm struck at 3 o'clock snd In two mmutiw It hud done it* work. AU of ' the La ««range churches except the ) Kylacopal were blown down. Tho Mouthera depot was also wrecked and a dor.cn (tintineas houses aud rest* dence . The atore oí l'ankey and Oaither «ni blown to piece* and the body of Walter I. Moody was taken otu; he had been crshed to death by falling timbers. Tw o negro wotnen j were also kille dand several negro women and children were hurt The cyclon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

f-OTW|PV l; ■ *.-"/' WÍ .!; !§&$& ■/ Capt. J. L. Pennington. general livestock agent ef the Santa Fs nil* toad, Mid at Fort Worth: "At before stafed, the United State* regulations will permit cat- tle from below or south of the line to move into all states and territo- ries above or north of the line be- tween the 1st of November and Dec. 31, subject to local regulations at point of destination. "Nebraska, Colorado, Iowa, Illi- nois and all states north of these will admit cattle from below tho line, between the date here men- tioned, without inspection or re- striction, ticks or no ticks. Thoy are wide open for the two months. The Missouri board says that after ¡Nov. 15 and until Dec. 31 they will admit cattle, if found free from ticks upon inspection. Understand that they cannot go into Missouri until after the 15th of November, under any circumstances. "New Mexico and all of Oklaho ina north of the line will admit cattle from south of the line during November and December...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

i I Mr.niBFIP.% MATflI MOtraavc ■JlPtPlBPHa <® HVIUI IW9LUK19 III iett rtaftrs sf WacsTt Irlgtt Among the original design* in WWraWlilM Mr . John Kondrick's handsome oí "silver wedding," and "Mr . Week'#'' chrysanthemums, to- gether with two tiny specimens of the "green mum," imported last year from Tennessee, wan t he cyno- sure of all eyes in cut flower dis- plays. Will 11*1 ara Maaia. John I'. I'nderwood of Coltura- bia, Brazoria county, was in Hous- ton, having returned from a visit to Itasca, Hill county. Him home be- ing in the const country, suffered a good deal from the storm of Sept. rut flowern seen at the recent flower j and un a result many of the no- •how at Waco was the "City of groe of that tonality, ind they eon- Waco,'' a barge of elegant work-! «tit uta a large portion of the popu- manship built of button chrysantha-, lotion, left for Hill count)' to get mums, so tiny and delicate in shape J work in the Holds. In Brazoria was not of sound and disposing mind and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

|p THE WARPA A BAND Of INDIANS ATTACK A COLONY or MORMONS. 9, Texas. November 17.— Tbi A|ack« lidiaos of Ariaonn in •«ate oa the warpath. lato yester- day afternoon a band of about fifty of the aavagea attacked the Mormon colony at Pacheco. Mexico, 100 miles from El Paao. and twleve Indiana and many Mormana were killed. The report, giving only meager de- talla, was received by Major Onate of Jaurex, opposite El Paso, this after noon In the shape of an order for troops to protect the citizens. The report stated that the Indians attack- ed the colony at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon and a fierce battle ensued. The Mormona succeeded in driving away the Indians after they had killed a number of the people, but many of ttaem escaped. The report came from the mayor of Casas Grandes, near the colony, and was forwarded from Juar- ex to Governor Ahumada of the sute of Chihuahua, who la now in the City of Mexico, and within an hour he re- turned an order for the state troops at Juarex to go t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

is a: oaalbla Mtlm outalSa II !• uadeaiably a fiel _ _ m of Tmi utolto tova, ta aot aa good u It should ba. Wkatbar this to baaed upon mí actual or aa iauglnary eoadltloa. la aot ao ■wk Ui ti# polat aa to tto aacaaaltjr lar tto vtplai away of aiuatjr to- «•to. Tto laar-nakora of tto Mala. Mfca a aow broom, should awaap tha political horrtooa free fron tto hlola aad blanlahaa which bava allltatod afalaat aatarprlaa aad tha laiportatloa ofeapltal. Tto lactolatura to la a poaltloa to croata public confidence by demon- stration to tha world that the (Miopia of this Btats sro not inimical to laipii- ■ration tnrf Institutions. If axlatlng lawa ara good laws. It ran make this fact olear, snd If anme exlating lawa ara bad lawa. they ran replace these by statutes which will ba beneficent and in the Interest of the people gen- erally. There is considerable feeling In favor of thin course for the public St largi is Wcomln* tlr<>d o:' 'he bla- tant demagogue who "roar*" with so- calle I r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

— -SBBS FSBP^P I ifr.'íí'víit:"';"!-:, -T':''. %*?•>?" r k£ibxB¡ -v - i ■ i *UÍ Current Topic* * Hk^AlkiÉLlkA^^JÉLJkáUÉUÉLJÉLJÉIJÉLJll ALJALJÉL JÉ1JALJALJÉL fVVV99f"9f'i|llr"""VVVVfVVVl OM far Md «id to And a nor* carious and interesting old dwelling than the ancient Fslr- banlu house In the town of Dedham. a law miles from Boston. This old Boum waa built by on* Jonathan Pair- bank* In tba yaar 1«M. and It haa been lb* Mecca of hundreds of pil- grlms interested In tb* architectur* of ■or* tban 2(0 years ago. It la eaay to PMple the bouae with tb* (boat* of tb* m*n and women who have lived and diad beneath It* roof. One regret* that ao little la known about the his- torjr of the old bouse, but no written history could add to the picturesque- MM of Its appearance. Generation 'after generation of the Fairbanks fam- ily have occupied the old house. In- deed, it has never been occupied by any one but descendants of it* builder. AN ANOiBNT HABITATION, t ease a*ar being destroyed by Are...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

z m w Tli train due at Pari* Junction at •:S6 was ten minutM late on Thanks- giving morning. Ah it halted before tlM little atatlon. which stood amid tart brown llelda al the crossing of tbe two railroads, a gentleman and a tad y atepped to the platform. The lady gathered her sealskin cape •round her and hurried into the depot. BiM waa a plump, middle-aged woman With a Hear, dark fare. When the bom attd tbla vary band Md wife." She «boob bar bead, although abe did nut draw bavk «ban be Umb both bar banda In bla. "No, Leon. Not today." "Why not?" "It'a—well, It'a unconventional." Ha laughbed lightly, for ha 'knew bla victory waa won. "Tbla baa bean an unconventional Thanksgiving, darling. It la a rani on*, though. I never knew what tha word meant until I could give thanha for you and your love." Outside the sleet confined to fall. Zoe turned from the dreary picture framed by the window with a sigh that sounded strangely like one of con- tent. They talked fitfully. Doth avoided referr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

bw fe#; ''í'fví' «I ' ■ ¿fj , ¿ í if ifi 320 MONEY BOXES. Ill THt DONATION or MANHATTAN AND BRONX SCHOOL* N Mw of flilmlM, Row In Iki tail «f tk« rnpvr MclaU-Tkt Kaor- WM Tiik of Gwitl*| lt--M«ek of ft la la PranlM. Nsw Tork, November 20.—The money collected in tbe Manhattan and Bronx «ehools for tke benefit of the public •choola of Galveston ia now In the hands of the achool officers. It came to the board In the shape of 330 boxes, ao heavy that three of them would be s good burden for a strong man. The boxes, when piled up In the store room, occupy a spare twelve feet long, six feet broad and about five feet high The task of counting the money began Saturday. The officers soon tired of counting pennies, of which there are some hndreds of pounds, and hit upon the exped ent of weighing the coppi ? coins sent by the children of thlB bnr- ough to the little ones of a southern elty. It was found that fifty-four and one-half ounces of pennies, to- gether with the bag used, made up $5. A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

fe _ ___il m ********** . flpí'' ' II su I * (i. W. Long left Wednesday for Galveston to assist in re- building the stricken city. Judge- R. J. Alexander spent several days in Austin since last issue attending to official duties. Little Miss Vivian Lee cam * Frank Skrivonik, who has been in the employ of Stone & Mitch- cock for two years or more, left Monday morning for Galveston, where he will enter the class in pharmacy in the medical depart- ment of the University of Texas. He will probably attend two ses- sions, taking a complete course. Henry l)usek is* now holding Great reduction in prices on ♦hoes for two weeks at James'. back Sunday from a visit of a i Frank's position at the drug few days to relatives at Lyons, store and Harry Dean is also Kd Amsler left Tuesday t„ «ne °f Ule clerical force. spend several days in Austin territory in the interest of hi* cotton firm. i H;ilsev Hodges left Tuesday Brandenbery & Brown. for Somerville where he again . .. . . , , ,. Lampa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

14 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, 2?, 1900. Bife KANVIUl. Dkanvii.i.k, Texan, November 19. SdiTOK NKWS-Chkonicuí: Ab Deanville has not been rep- resented in the "Rural Stall" de- partment for some few week , I will take liberty of writing* up some of the happenings of our little burg. Crops are all harvested, and cutting and hauling wood and re- pairing is the order of the day. Mrs. Hines suspended school Friday on account of the illness of her little daughter. Katie. Dr. Wilkinson and family re-j turned home Thursday from a week's visit to relatives near! Rockdale. Mrs. Holston and Miss Callie Dement, of Dime Box, were guests of Miss Fannie Lofton Friday. Mrs. Belle Hasan, of iiiddingst is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Folks, this week. Dr. and Mrs. May field, Rich- ard May field, Mrs. Bowers and Katie Hines were on the sick list this week. Mr. Kaney is moving this week to Lampasas county, where he. will reside in the future. Mrs. York, of Dime Box, has been visiting her son, De...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

III ft == COULD we BUT KNOW. Could we but know how Often worn am! Weary Ar* those wt> nu>< t. Would w«* condemil because they rail Ufa bitter, • Which w« think sweet? Would not our thoutthi uud Judgment b<- mure leader To friend and fim, Our gru iIhk wurtni'd with mor* oriotc own kindness. Could we but knowf Could wr but know how |mln may lurk *n«uth laughter— Too keen to lionr- Ai d how tin- hearts we deem mi hard and reckless Art; dark Willi cure, Would not our idle toiiuuvH lx< alow to uttvr Our word* of blame*' Would w,< not call what we Imd reckoned fully Pono Kt-ntlcr HHtn '' Vi' *.iW1 wr lint think iwcn wise to lie for* KlvtiiK of i.i uliiful moo<l. Of all mtxt.iktx and i" ■ mil ; slights anil error* Not Ul ili'iXood7 Would not Mir feet !>• swifter In the koIiu; Help to lio. low? (' r rv i:v. ■ I • :< r. noli1'r lor Ho-know f'ould we hut I. — I,. M M i '.'"it In I'll loll Signal l>' M d i. for tji. ► '!! .. ■ that ■ lit V ii 1,1.1 • Uody < u u...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 23 November 1900

v v THE BIG STORE V v Always Advertises Facts and Not Fakes. 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. < Uir 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 Hig Store, but come to see us and we w ill show you others. Remember that this HK'i STORE has over SoO.OOO worth of choice merchandise on hand, and no lower prices nor better store service in the State than here. What more do you want ? Staple Goods Dep't. Here is where the biggest ad- vances come, but you will iind very little advance in our prices. Here the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

" t ■ '"''1 Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. vol. xxi. %- ~ Caldwell, burleson county, texas, Friday, November 30, 1900. no. 27. 10 KMX INC BOLL WEEVILS. Stcpi TiIm Toward Organization. MaH> Will bo More. A large crowd of citi/ens from «very part of the county was in town last Saturday, and many went away sorely disappointed because Prof. Mallv did not come to speak. His absence was unavoidable, as a telegram from him stated that on account of washouts it was impossible for him to get here. yuite a crowd ol the leading men ol tin* county, undaunted by a little disappointment, as- sembled at the court house and took the lirst steps toward con- certed action for the destruc- tion of the boll weevil. It was recognized by everyone present that there must be united effort to accomplish the most good. I). (). Cox was selected as i temporary chairman and R. S. ¡Bowers as secretary. An epit- !ome of the address...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 30, CALDWELL NEWS-CNMMCU. !• IXC jpmi i. HOUSTON GOMAN. Witor i iMued Every Friday Morning. Rntt*red In the G ldw«ll po to«c« M Me- ond-ciiiH matter. Caldwell. Texas, Friday, November 30. Subscription RttH. )M Year Ma Month* 91 so matters of interest to each, both are invariably benefited." We would be glad to give such information concerning this sub- ject from time to time as might be desirable, and we hope our people who get their mail at the various country postoffices will give this matter some thought, as much benefit may result to them from discussing it. If you have a friend or rela- tive who believes he is called to arjiontn 5? i get up and leave old Hurleson o Month* J • r i Pavabli ia Aivaaee.i Advertíalas Rates. All advrriNinsron flr*« pag - will bncbamtl •Scent p<-r inch *tr lnln. wllh no rwluetlon tor larpc ¡id . OUplajr ud« one Insertion twenty rent* county and seek pastures new and greener, - perhaps, — don't ...

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