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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

1900. ************************ I &rom Our !fturai Staff. ********* ******** SOMCRVULC. Homkhvii.i.k, Texas. November 2< . Rditok Nkws-Ciikonici.k: Your correspondent has been ho busy he has neglccted the news of our city, hence some of these locals may be a little old. The depot at this plnce is un- dergoing quite a change, and when completed will be a fac- simile of Caldwell's depot. It will not be finished too soon, as our little city is very much in need of a separate waiting room. Dan McKinnev is erecting a livery stable on Second street. This makes two for Somerville. Tom Watson is having a cot- tage built, to be occupied by Joe Edmonson, of (lay Hill, who has accepted a position with the tie plant. Mrs. Hill has moved to (lav Hill, and Henry Ilyman and Ins «inters, of Navasota, will occupy her house. II. C. Harriett's father, of Ar- kansas, is visiting him for the winter. Little Kd Watson lias been confined to Ins bed for several day*. J. R. Zimmerman is in «ialves- ton...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 30. 1MU0. SÜiiSBi EVANGELIST FIFE COMING. Rev. W. P. Fife, an eminent Presbyterian evangelist, has set Sunday, December « , as the day on which he will begin a revival here. He is now holding a revival at Sherman, and is meeting with great success. His meeting at Mil ford a few weeks ago wae a great one. Rev. Fife is a very earnest, eloquent preacher, and has had as many as 30,000 conversions under his preaching during the past eleven years. He will be assisted by an able singer who is expected to arrive about Wednesday. Everybody is invited to attend this meeting and to get its bene- fits. Prayer services will be held at the Presbyterian chu rc each night next week. santa rc timctabll. Northbound 1:07 a m " 1:20 p tti Southbound 5:15 a m " 3:10 p ra AMONO OUR FRIENDS. **S. T. Titlwell anil William Lehde were among those who advanced their figures on the íicitv list this week. Stories of tbe Street. « WNMNMNmmmKWWWtmmm* I). Spec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

Novsmbsr II whloti *4*0,000 of the gaasral fund itad to Golvsston rn& io it* arm today. Ths sumhar of buildings coustruotioa to 160; certlflcut** issued for buildings to be constructed by tmaeflciariss, average amount al- $3160 «acto, number 160; build- completed for beneficiarlas, av- ion 1360; number 00; certificate* for repair*, overage 1100 each, to ha executed by beneficiary, total appropriation for building to 1170,000; total appropriation tor 176,000. iiouove constructed by the com- 11x37 feet in *lse. make tbreo a kitchen and two sleeping The plan adopted for e*timat- repair* ia to consider only the- Ittlun of tbo roof, windows and i and as near as the inspector can mako It an ailowauce of half the cost la made, not exceeding, however. 1250 for oach repair During the first w«ok «160 was allowed in a few case , but the comiulttaa soon dUcovered that Uits «mount was more than could be allowed with funda available and then fixed |250 a* the maximum for repairs lor each resi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

fw; v ■ * ¡f ■> ' / ; Pmideat Pnthif aid Proctor Clark of the university hat* return- ed from the regente' meeting at Galveston. They report a moat promising opening of the medical department, there being 150 stu- dents present the first day. The professor* were all on hand and were mnch encouraged by the flat- tering outlook for a successful ses- sion. Interesting opening exercises were conducted at which addresses were made by President Prather and Chairman Henderson of tho board of regents. Since the storm, improvements and temporary repairs to the amount of $30,000 or $25,000 have been made on the buildings. This amount was advanced by the two friends of the university, who have often in the past shown their great interest in the advancement of higher education in Texas. President Prather reports that the sanitary conditions of Galves- ton are better thsn for year . The board of regeuts will ask the next legislature for $60,000 to perma- nently restore the building of tho med...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

•9 AN tit State In a rin tfcaf MMIWS W NOME SI Kbttt MMtf KM sf. tat Naaa Cm n Hair tws Replying to th published letter received by Got. Savers of Texas from Mra. Helen M. Gardeuer of Kew York and indorsed by thirty of New York' representative woin- 01 , when in they asked lor the Texas «tata flag to use is their great basar to aid the Galveston orphan*, tin paragraph attracts my atten- tion. "It is hoped that we cau se- cure cither the gift or tho loan of one flag frota eai-h Mate m recogni- tion of the fact that each «tute wishes te extend the sheltering folds of its flag over the helpless •nos of tho nation." With boundless love, which knows no north, no south nor even tho country, these graeiou* women have giveo of their means and now offer their talents. Not satisfied with donating generously them ae.lv oh, they are enlisting other •tales. Other statos have given liberally and may give more, but when you asked for their ututo flag, it was done thoughtlessly. With noble mottoes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

a • EY'S REFUSAL TO GRANT AN EXEQUATUR FOB UNITED STATE® CONSUL. Thm ItUMIr Km tacky WU1 BI«Ms. Constantinople. November M.—The porte haa definitely repected the re- quest (or in exequator (or a United Statee coneul it Harpoot. Thte refusal to regarded by the United States les Hon aa a direct violation o( Treaty rights and consequently. despite the re- fusal, Dr. Thomas H. Norton, who was appointed by President McKiniey some time mo to establish a consulate at Harpot, baa been directed to proceed to his post. The expected visit of the battleship Kentucky to Smyrna is believed to re- tote as much to thle matter as to the indemnity question. Washington. November 24.—The re. («sal of the Turkish government to grant an exequator to the American consul at Hnrpot has not yet been no- tified to the state department. It will scarcely be expected that such notice will be made, as the Turkish way gen- erally procrastination, rather than di- rect refusal, which serves the same end without givi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

eye of the camera has been to Imp upon the flu . Con- Um difficulty with which the optie Dwiti la trytns U sc- compllsb the same thine tbt Is a re- mar liable feat. Pre* and untrammeled the domestic Ilea has long cavorted upon gnen pastures, so to apeak. In Manca of direct human investigation, and It remained for Wed Clou unan, a photographer of Boston, to produce photographic results, as shown In the accompanying 6,000 times enlarged re- productions. No, i shows the festive creature In a pose of Impending ac- tion. The long bind leg are poised raady for a leap that, were the flea an elephant, would carry htm twice and a half around the earth, allowing a distance pioportlonate to the rela- tive sise. The accompanying two pairs of assistant legs also shown are simply slds in the clever "give and get away" tactlca of the active little crea- ture. The small pair of antennae at the front of the heat! are reserved for the attack of prey and It la these that are responsible for much hunia...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

«— ble Aroh. but not oat Is a thousand Is aoqualnted with Its history. The i*n- ernl Impression U that It Is a memorial of some kind. The Marble Arch, how «ver. Is nothing of the kind, (or It waa built by Kiag George IV. aa an en- trance to Buckingham palace, where it did duty in that capacity (or many year*. But aa the gateway to Buckingham palace the arch waa a (allure. It had the effect of dwarfing the royal resi- dence, and vialtora who want to vlaw the royal home (rom the exterior aaw "plenty of gate," to quote an old de- scription, "and little palace." Accordingly It was. In 1860. removed to Its preaent situation in Hyde Park. Eighty thousand pounds was the orig- inal coat o( the arch. Unlike the majority of such edifices, the Marble Arch is nut solid. Tho "man in the street" believes It la. for he has forgotten the circumstance that in the time of the Hyde Park riot* a large force of police were hid In the arch and were able to disperse the riot era at the specified moment. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

' ,¿G2!Ir';í' p^MPOMa*)* V0: '■ f Mm MP Ü ItoftA. Pana* Medietas O*,, Columbus, O. lull——--"Ai a remedy for ca- tan* ! Ma cheerfully rscommsad VWML I have been troubled with Araak Mtirrb tor over «Is mm. I kai triad ssvsral remedies without re- Maf. A lodga frland advised ma to try torn a*, and I bagaa to uao It faith- Mir bafora aaeh nut. Sinos than I bora alw&ya kapt It to tha house. I am now la battar health than I have baaa lo ovar twenty roar*, and I faal aura tar catarrh ta permanently •wad." Parana cuma catarrh wbararar aatad. Aa aoon aa Parana removes systsmlc catarrh tha dlgaatlon become Mod. oarvaa strong ami trouble van- labaa Parana strengthens wsak nerves. not br temporarily stlmu- latine them, but bjr removing tha aaaaa of weah nerves—systemic ca- tarrh. Tbla la tha only cure that laata. Remove tha csuse; nature will 4a tha past Parana removes tha al Í- it nrjejanssa where our gallant dad In motley 'a cap and a eoldler'e coat a woaian'a petticoat. our Molly In kind...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

ARB NOW MIOHKN THAN FON TWKNTV WARS. mi rni lUf* .Da Mm, Pa.. No?ember 2T.-Thle —llm of Ike country mm at the wont flood* that baa occurred !■ maay years. All of the minias plnntt sltusted on the tow ground wore oompelled to cIom down, nnd manjr ranidenees In the lower pert of the town hove four feet to els feet of wa- fer In the ground floors. The Bearer Meadows are oorered to a depth of three nnd four feet for mllee around. At Narrow Creek, three miles east of here, on the low grade dirielon of the Pennsylvania, a bridge was washed •at about noon, tying freight traffic. , M|d aooeeeitating the transfer of all > At Sabula there Is danger should the rise but little more- of an lm- lUm breaking, whlok would i vast damage to property and pos* slbly lose of life. rum and noon. Willfamsport. Pa., November 87.—In- side of fifteen hours the village of Croes Forks, has bein visited by n **•! ♦>■■ of fire and water. Fire last night destroyed a Jewelry store and dwelling. Rodle's store...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

ffmWW; I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Judge Moore, of Brazos bot- tom, was in town two or three • days this week. J. H. Teague. a former county judge of Grimes county, was in the city Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Sherrill, of Rita, have been spending the week with relatives in town. Miss Carrie Thompson was in town Saturday from llooker- ville, where she is teaching this year. Ford Brandenberg came in from Lampasas Wednesday morning to spend several days in the city. Miss Mayde Cook, of Waco, came in Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving and perhaps long- er with Mrs. Harry Hudson. Miss Ola Howies left Wednes- day for her home in Helton where she will enjoy Thanks- giving and spend a few days. R. M, l'erdue fefl last Friday; for San Angelo t<> spend some) time there and at other points looking for a suitable location. Mrs. T. S. Sullivan returned1 Sunday to her home at Waco, after spending some time with > her father. ("apt. Tom Williams. Mrs. Homer Lamkin and baby left Tut -.day for Brcnha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

J k. CALDWELL. TEXAS, ■Muim Vaihihgtok, D. Cm Not. 23. Editok Nkws-Chkokiclb: The project for giving the re- publican party a mortgage on the government by reducing the representation of the South in congress and the electoral col* lege i« dead. It was killed by its cool reception by the public and the knowledge that if it had been attempted tbe democratic senators would have blocked all legislation at this session of con gres*. Instead of angering the democrats, the republican lead ers have adopted a jollying pol- icy toward them, and indulge in lots of talk about making this a business session of congress, iree from partisan bickerings. If they really wish to do that, it can easily be done, as tbe demo- crats are disposed to meet them half way in helping along legis- lation that is not tainted with partisanship, but they need not expect to pull the wool over dem- ocratic eyes by labeling noto- rious jobs, such as the ship sub- sidy bill, "commercial legisla- tion." Democrats will ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

MINAN UNO OPENING. loads Now la Enter. We have been requested to print Home information about the aettlcment land* in Oklahoma which are better known as the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache and Wichita reservations, or Fort Sill country- which arc to be opened soon, and have collected the following data, which we truwt will be of general interest to all renders and of special in- terest to some. No one knows when the open- ing will be made, but it will be done by a proclamation of the president; perhaps an early as April 1 next. No settlement can be made by outsiders prim* to the date ft .sed by the proclamation. Nothing will be gained by intending set- tlers Irving to enter sooner. Claims will be prejudiced by such action. In addition to the land office fee pfi's* nbed by statute 1'" entries, the entryman shall pay SI.25 per acre for the land en- tered at the time <>t submitting his linal proof. The rights of honorably disehar^ed I'nion sol- diers and sailors of the civil war shall no...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 30 November 1900

CALDWELL CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1900. 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 soil. On account of our limited "space we cannot begin to mention all the good things we have in this Hig Store, but come to sec us and we will show you others. Remember that this UK! STOKE 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 w ant ? Staple Goods Dep't. Our Shoe Departm't Here is where the biggest ad- vances come, but you wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

/. ™ ll 11 ^npipppui!1'", "''''" " , 1 !j f lw??:l 5 !i ü " frll i ' f "* 1 V «i'7 " ' * 1 i 1 " 1 mm / Caldwell News-Chronicle. OIJK AIM 18 THE UKKATEBT BENEFIT TO THE KAKKEH8 AND WORKING PF.UPLK OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1900. NO. 28. J^rom Our tfturai Staff, i ******* ********* SOMIRVIIII. BBHBIllSlíJW h t'i M¡NWÍ ru1ll. I rtomkkvii.j.i:. Tex.ii*, Do t in 1 •- i 4, rfmtok nkwk-chkonici.k: Saturday afternoon about Aj o'clock the pretty home of Tom Ralph caught on fire. The men: tried to jut it out, and when' they found they could not they turned their effort* to saving the household goods, which they succeeded in doing, even saving the doors and window sashes. I)r. and Mrs. Bledsoe enter- tained their relatives from Hren- ham on Thanksgiving. I here arc thirty in the family, but ow- ing to bad weather only about half the number could come. Mrs. Hal Lougbridgr and lit- tle daughter, Annie, came up from Brenham today to visit...

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

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, DECEMBER 7, I'm CALDWELL NCWS-CNMMKLC. a. lie mm, • • • t. HOtSTOftf comun. [«tor *sr~ " - ' ~" ~ iMued Ever*" S'rUU* Morning. Cut r.-'l In the Caldwell poitoBc® as sae- ond-i'i ¡ * matter. it possible for our county to be blessed once more with true prosperity? Caldwell. Texas. Friday. December 7. Subscript toa Rotos. SVüonth .:. Pavablc la Aívanea-1 liso 75 SO Advertíalas Rotes. Thk rapid strides which rural free delivery is making are seen in the statement that on June 30 next there will be in the United States just 4.100 routes and 3000 rural postoffices. The largest appropriation ever made for this service was that of the last con* gress, $450,000. The amount asked for the maintenance of the routes and offices mentioned above is $2,500,000, with $1,000,-] 000 more for the further exten Mon of the service Bkvan has organized an indus- I SANTA CLAUSI SANTA CLA US! trial league for the purpose of future prosperity and the devel* SANTA ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

Washington, D. C.t Nov. 30. Edito it Nkwr-Chmoniclk : The brewers are after their pound of fleah and say they are going to have it or know the rea- son why. They made a personal appeal to McKinley for the re- duction of the tax on beer, but that gentleman had no idea of handling anything carrying ho much political dynamite, ho he paaaed the question along to the republican members of the house waya and meant committee, and ■they turned the brewers down. Then the brewers announced their intention to carry the fight on to the floor of congress, and Home of them hint at the expos- ure of some campaign secrets, if pledges made to them that there should be a reduction in the beer tax are not redeemed. It is said that a sufficient number of re- publican senators and represen- tative!) gave their pledges to the brewers for campaign assistance to force the insertion of a clause reducing the beer tax in the bill that will be reported from tin- ways and means committee, if they can be made to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

7, 1900. PROFESSOR MALLY SPEAKS. lato teuli la 1«Na« of <*• Habit of Mm Ml ffoovH aad of tlw Bool Moooo of «i Cwnip el Warfare is Simple tot 4to*Malr lÜKUial. Prof. Fred W. Mally was on hand Monday, according to an- nouncement. and quite a crowd of citizens gathered to hear his talk on the boll weevil problem. He carefully went into details in explaining the peculiar habits of the weevil and his plan of ex- terminating the pest. Every man who heard him was greatly interested and certainly must have been convinced. The fol- lowing is about the substance of Professor Mally's address: In order that you may feel a confidence in what I say and know that what I suggest is re- liable and practicable, I will state that I am a farmer and always expect to be one. Every sug- gestion I make will be based on strictly scientific principles and my actual experience in the cot- tbn field. It is a scientific fact that the boll weevil and the acorn weevil are two distinctly different in- sects, an...

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

arc BOW lindar arrest charged with the murder of Constable Pete Bala by cremating tola. They ate: aalooa keeper, 1b i at Him and Preston itreeta w , ioonunitted early y ester- gey morning; B. D. Faulkner, bar keeper; W. M. Benner, railroad lab- orar; W. P. Prultt and D. J. Prultt, brothere and (armara. They are alao constas of John Chapman. The two Prnttta were arrested at & o'clock this Mora tag at their father's farm, twenty mllee aouthaaat of this city. They were all remanded to Jail by Justice Ed- wards thia afternoon without ball. Chapman and Faulkner, who were feat night spirit away from Dallas and placed in Jail at Port Worth to save them from being lynched, are still in Jail there or were this afternoon, although rumors are current tonight thai they have been removed to Waco and placed la the Mclennan county Jail. The grand jury Investigating the erlme baa had many witnesses before It yesterday and today. AlthouRii no indictments have b«en formally turned in to the crimi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 7 December 1900

i-yf m É ™ wmt The report of Adjutant-General Thomas Scurry for the year* 1M9 and 1900 has been given out to the pras*. The report is templete in every detail and cover# the doinga in that department «inee the in- duction of Gen. Scarry into office. The following arc the recommenda- tion* mode by Gen. Scurry and hi* conclusion: "1 recommend that the law gov- erning the ranger service be «o amended that the officers, non- commissioned officers and privates of the ranger force be clothed with the powers of peace officer# to aid the civil authorities in the execu- tion of the law anywhere in the *t#te; that they be given authority to make arrests, and in such cases to be governed by the lawn regula- te and defining the powers and the duties of sheriffs when in dis- charge of similar duties. That thi« force consist of not to éx« eed four companies of twenty men each. The commiasioned officers to be four company commanders, each with the rank of captain and four first sergeants. The pay ...

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