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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 December 1900

■•adrad sad light? Mian. "Gold duet han slranpe penetrativo power ." mi id a New Orleans manu- facturing jeweler to a New Orleans Time -Democrat inau, "and the way it will sift and seep into any porous suhstanoe is vary remarkable. 1 learned ni" trade with one of my un- cles, who was an expert goldsmith, and when he died, years ago, 1 fell heir to his bench and table and the kit of tools with which he had worked for upward of a qmfrterof a century. The table was a massive affair, made of i ak. that had turned almost as black as ebony, and the top was fully six inches thick. It was built extra heavy in order to ;:ive it steadiness, and it mounted a small lathe and pnl- isher, operated by a treadle. The bench was ulso of oak and was simpl) three thick dab* -seat and end pieces, dovetailed together. "I found the old outfit rather un- comfortable to work at compared with modern shop fixtures, and, as it occupied n great Heal of room. I final I v decided to break it up. Luck- ily it occu...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 December 1900

i Northbound 1:07 a n " , 1:20 pm Southbound 5:15 a m •• 3:10 pm c MMMfeMMM MM Stories of tb« Str«ct. mmmmmmMNmmNmmm —E, T. Brad berry, of Hook- erville, was in the city Tuesday, and called to move up his figures on our list. —{Juite a number of Bohemian families have left recently from the New Tabor community, go- ing to the country around Bal* linger. —The city school will dismiss today at noon for the holidays. It will begin again Monday week, December 31, unless present pur- poses are changed. —We can't hardly keep from saying just a little about some of these weddings that are going to take place next week. There will be a big harvest, and don't you forget it. —A protest from the citizens of Caldwell against the keeping of guards at the depot appeared in last Sunday's Houston Post. It was signed by about fifty of our leading citizens. —Some of the cotton seed bought in the Indian Territory for planting purposes is here and more is on the road. If you want seed, come at once and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. i VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1900. NO. 31. &rom Our ffiurai Staff, t ******* ********* SOW! RVILII. NIX. Htx, Tj xas, Dreemher 2<>, l'fio. KUITOH NKWS-CBKUNICÍ.K: Somkkvim.k, Te**n, December 24 Euitok Nkws-i hkonhi.k. Christmas passed without any The dance pi ven at Hrantley's t.xdlemtMU whatever and with Hall last briday night «¡^ «111 *t«" j,lIt ¡¡U]e enjoyment. There were a success and well attended by ; a fcw rhristm;iH dtnners in the the young people, who onjoyed communilv. The young people the strains of the sweet music enjnyc(1 quil0 a jiru4ty Santa until u late hour. Clans tree Monday night at the Miss Arnold, of Montgomery home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spradlev. The little folks were recipient * of a number of pretty presents, W. B. Terry and family have been spending several day with friends in the bottom. is visiting Mrs. Butler. M ¡gises Barn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER 28, 1900. CALDWELL WWS4MK0MCLE. «. Ui JOMKI, • S. HOUSTON GERMAN. iMued Every Friday MurniuR. Km in the Caldwell pnetofHce a eeo- •HtdM'litHH matter. Caldwell. Texan. Friday. December 28. Sutmcrtfitloa «•*••- Oae Year •' 5® *1 Mouth* Four Mourn* <■ Two Montil* Pavable in Advenes.' Advertising Ratn. All advertising on first page will beeliitrgM! •9cent per Inch straight. with uu reduction for lame ads. DUuluv ad* one Insertion twenty cents IMr Incii: two Insertions thirty-five cent* par Inch; one nonth sixty cents per Inch. Local rates seven and one-half cents per IIM first Insertion and live cents per line each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, card# of thanks and notices of •■tortalnment* given for religions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds «.00 per hundred words first Insertion and SO cent* per bun- dled words each subsequent Insertion. The Newh-Chbokici.b desires a c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

pif PIPPI TWO MARVELOUS ESCAPES. Biv Capt. luei F !l 6,000 Fool V,'UI> out B*ing Jnjurad. Oni' of the stock «tori related l y <'apt. liante, the vfttran guide rtt the Grand canyon of the Colorado, who admits that ho i* the biggest liar in Arizona, concern* an adventure which touk place koiiic yt ari ago, saya W. K. Curtí , in Chicago Itecord. The captain save that he wat pursu- ing a flock of mountain sheep, which jumped over the precipice into the canyon, right at tlie deepest part, where you can look down over ti,OOU feet. He saw his danger before he reached the hriuk, hut it was impos- •iblc to check bis horse ho .-i «i(U illV, and over he went after the sheep. While he was falling, the captain soys, he wan very much fright find, t ut it occurred to him that if lie could get out of the saddle jn-t before the horse struck the ground lie iiii^lit save him* keif. So he took his feel out of the otirrups, and when hit- faithful ani- mal was about five feet from the bot- tom of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, DECEMBER 28. !"<«>■ ABafcl4*IT M ACMUIC UKAHUt DLU39Vn9i ¡OMtlMlM*. At 12:45 o'clock Wednesday. December 2o, 1900. at the Meth- odist church, Rev. W. Woottoo pronounced the ceremony that made Dr. J. Walter Torbett, of Marlin, and Miss Nannie King, of thi city, man and wife. This was a pretty marriage, simple, yet eloquent with happi- ness and beauty. The church was almost crowd- ed with the warm friends of these young- people, and all were eager to witness the union of two such happy, popular and congenial persons as they. A spirit of calm joy, of hope and of peace mingled with everything that was done and said. Mr. and Mrs. Torbett left on the northbound train for Marlin, their future home. A thousand glad hearts beat with theirs and the well-wishes of a whole town went with them when they left. Dr. Torbett is too popular and worthy—as well as highly prom- inent in his profession—to need one word from us, and Miss King was too muc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

I I I :' UPON TMI AMOUNT M.—Ttaa position p Colony to tanging In tte tal- Aooordlng to tta Morning Poafi correspondent everything on tin quantity of ammuni- tion In poaaeaaion of ths disloyal Dutsh, one hundred of whom have otned Mm Boers in the Philllpatown dlatrtat alone. Energetic measures have tana taken to stem the invasion, but Swire la unquestionably danger that partió# of Boera will get through parte of the colony and raise the whole Cape I rebellion. Itelnforcemeuta oan arrive none to noon Mont of the dispatches from Cape- town ¿«acribe the raider aa doing lit- tle harm and as being rapidly enclosed by lord Kitchener' combination. l«onl Kitchener ia In the heart of tbe dlaaffeetad district. He has the ad- vantage of being personally acquainted with leeal conditions. Last March he aupervUnd tbo suppression of the ris- in« which occurred then. He is bring- ing down thousands of troops from tbo north. The (Standard'a Capetown corre- spondent nays the loyaliats demand that mart...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

wm t Hp liiMl'l ltd Tliomas A. Edison's motto of work "Never watch the clock." He frequently works sixteen hours at a stretch and never notes the pas- sage of time. - Tba Ji4|* le a Habby «aa. The Hobby culb of Philadelphia gave a dinner to Justice James T. Mitchell of the supreme court of Pennsylvania, an Tuesday evening. Judge Mitchell's hobby is the collec- tion of autographs. Good liaapl* ta fallow. A Boston ordinance provides that any nitizen may forbid Btreet musi- cians from playing their instru- ments with 300 feet of his resi- lience, and may call upon the police to enforce the prohibition. Si: Profitable Pabllsbla*. The latest balance sheet of Harmsworth Bros., limited, London newspaper publishers, is interesting The profits earned in one year are 250,000 pounds, and after 29,000 pound* is written off for deprecia- tion and 25,000 pounds added to the reserrc fund, there is margin for a 30 per eeni dividend and a bonus of sixpence per share. Gramil Mr Artbar. Of the late Si...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

M,; A The swish of a blue dreea, ft talnl breath of violets, m In paesias, mi he fait ralbar than u« Marl* Summer- (laid ae by. Standing • little «part tmm tba kaota of merry young people throng- la« tba pleasant rooms, be was con- arlona of a thread of pain runnlni through the last night of tba old year, touching only Mlaa Summer lie Id and blmaalf. By he, I mean Lolgh Reyburn, tba owner of the old-fashioned, low-room- ed grange beneath wboae roof the young ptiuple of Oladbrook had gath- «red to keep a merry watch-night With music and laughter and gay rep- arte* they meant to dance a welcomo to the joyous New Year without much thought for the staid old twelve-month which had served them ao faithfully. But Lel^u moved uiiwutily.aending Imploring glances after the biuo gown, al! to no purpose Marie was absorb- ed with the fanciest In* company of Maurice Daveuport and wav smiling tier sweetest—and Marie could amlle divinely- and entertaining him admir- ably Reyburn was thinking hard, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

m Carter's Little Liver Pills. CURB SICK HKAOACHK. rgTAJDNMT I Vm EBVi bHMHI Adapted for n«ittii| in «M Southwoet I Viand* and Texu Y rt*t'«« of Paaeh- Mad or Grafted Paean*, Japan ClXia - Walaau. hauumaand otbararaac** like hardy Cilrua Tiifouau «tuck. " «ill gww a* web I tnc ranwT quered at UM. ■ ailed. ft I ■ KG CHAHGI QB m ■K'." Wr 8 i 8# SiXTi FE ROUTE ma mm BMMMMKMM PASSENGER AND FREIGHT BUSINESS RECEIVED AND HANDLED AS USUAL I tHOK Ltst ©¡fe far the tatervrfcaa Uat letwua iallu mmA Bui lUuék iPHi GHV i RPIIi WHl K. IMRIY MIES LONG Trame m Is WlatstsalS NM*tr sf It*. . Umu MM ts KitiMiakaá Col. J. T. N os*. president of the Glenwood and Polytechnic street railway comjtany of fort Worth, was a very busy man making pre pa ra- tions for breaking dirt on the proj- ected interurhan electric line that hi# company it interested in. Work ha* been commenced. This is a different enterprise from the one Me««rs. Bishop and Coffinlierry of Cleveland have been engaged in ios-, tering. The p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

, . . • MT .„ ^ < Uva or til kuki of the Phsala, a river of iát Minor,and wh fiat Introduce] kfp ika flnalu into Burops. They are ' to have boon brought to Rng- Mm Romans; wo certainly that they have inhabited our aad (oreata ever since the com* lag 0( these conquerora, aad though eoaottaw generations of these beauti- ful tings hare been brad In avlarlss. flMf torn never been domesticated, lar tf ftvea a chance at liberty they 4y iy away to the coverts. They are poor aad the hen phessant rarely m a (air-Blued brood frum the IS or IS eggs abo laya. The females to lay their egga In April an J by the end of May. Th y are of a uniform olive-brown color and •phorlral In form. The gam>- uae feeding boxea for phee*- l constructed that the weight of the bird upon a little platform opens a door, wb*'ii be can cat ail ne wants, aad whan he Mee away again the dour Immediately «loaos, thua preventing uninvited bird front obtaining of the food that wait jiro pared ea> (McWIjr for him An...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

MDE D i "Wall, well, aa this Is New Tear's day," said Mr. Spoouer. "Do you re- member bow we Quarreled tbla day one year ago?" "Remember! I think I do!" cried bis wile. "Why, the cards were order- ed when It happened, and I didn't know whether I could have your name taken out and Dick's Inserted, Is case I changed my mind." "In case I changed my mint, you mean dear. 8trange that I never sus pectod how much poor Dora cared (or ne until that day." "I'm sure she bad concealed It very wall—the way she ran after Dick, as if be ever bad eyes (or anybody but me! He never told bis love, but a wo- man's intuition waa—" "A synonym o( vanity, dear. 0( course, I couldn't help knowing that abe cared (or me wtoen 1 met bar In the boarding bouse parlor, with her ayes full of tears, on the vary morning after yon bad told Marie, bar dearest friend, that we were to be married in a month." "Humph, that girl would cry about anything; I've known her to cry when the viHatu is tbe play was killed—as if a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

v; ül 7/ A 'A</: LV vvwwvwww vwwwvwwv ■ m • m m m m vvvvvvwvwvvvvvv To *Brid¿e the "Bosphorus, TImi scbem* of bridging the Bosphor- tli hu bwu revived at Constantinople Mid U to announced that h magnificent •tmclurn will «jmn the river era the lapa of another rear and will bear tli« name of the aullan at Turkey. Abdul Ham id it la to be constructed by the Boepborus Railway company, which designa a junction between the Mllways of Europe and the Asiatic railway of Bagdad Naturally the narrowest dividing line of dea baa been t hoMMi for the point of connection. A military bridge, erected by a Corinth- ian long before the Cblrstian era, once «panned theae 600 yarda of water at the aame apot and ovar if marchad King Darlua and hia 800,000 Feralan bravea. Lord Byron, impatleut of bridgM as of manr things, awam the flood and aa a reault waa addressed In much minor verae a* I zander The new bridge la to be eredted on lasting linea. Maaalve granite pillara are to be built and them will au...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

8 SUCCESSFUL •UT TMI TRUC STATS OP AF- FAIRS NOT GIVSN OUT. 14.—News of tlW from South Af- viae. It eomee from Sir Alfred Mil- Mr. the governor general himself. It hae not been published in England, and It deecribes a situation which it ia •cárceljr an exaggeration to pronounce ao lees serious than that of the dark days Just a year ago, when Great Brit- ain suddenly decided to throw the whole military strength of the empire into Sooth Afri*a. Soma premonitions of a rapidly growing crisis have been given to the public in the past few weeks, but the truth will come as a bitter revelation to the British people as a whole. While officials will Inot and corre- spondáis must uot speak out, the mail from South Africa brings letters from the latter bitterly complaining of the unreasonable severity of the censor- ship, which is more intolerable than at any period since the war commenced. Correspondents attached to the oper- ating columns are subjected to such humiliations that they have retu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Will Lackey in spending the week at home. Jule Hill and wife are here visiting relative . Jim Wood spent Christmas with home folks at McGregor. Miss Ida Murray cainc Sun- day for a short visit to home folks. Miss Mamie Kwing is this week visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Hay. Little Marie Stone has been sick this week, but is much bet- ter now. Arch Howies, of Cookcs Point, Mrs. Ivy Brooks, of Bryan, at- tended the Torbett-King mar- riage and is visiting her parents. Will Carroll went back to his duties at Houston Wednesday, after having spent a few days here. Mrs. K. P. Hutchings and two children, of Martin, are spending the holidays with Mrs. Lamkin. J. II. Webb and family, of Bryan, arc in the city spending the holidays with Mrs. Webb's relatives. Mrs. C. S. Williams returned Tuesday morning from her old home in Mississippi, after being gone two weeks. John Simpson and son, John, FAGAETS Pagan's Overcoats all go at Flat Cost. lean's Capes, Cloaks and Jackets all go...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

14 THE CALDWELL NEWS TETAS, DECEMBER 28. 1900. TH( OLD MILL. chip* Now the home of the tujulrrtl and munk. The home of «plder and bat; Coctrnted the turtle bakes tn the *ua. Now feurWm the shy water-rat. •wamp-maple and ffray aiders crow cio e by the old grist mill; Hasel bachea and blackberry vine* Reach to the window «111; Pickerel weed Alls the old alulce-way, Minding with arrowhead. Where once the outftowtnr water tlunhed to the rocky bed Now the old wooden wheel la illent. And the stream It ripples slow. For the broken dam of «he mill pond Has left the waters low The kingfishers haunt the ruined mill. Circle above the pool. Where speckled trout ar.d minnows hid* Under the cresaes cool. Through shingles warped on moaay roof The sunbeams flicker bright. O'er rotting timber and sunken floor. Safe for a footstep light. Squirrels scamper along the beams Dropping nut shells on the floor. 'Mid broken talgs and withered leaves Blown through the open door Now swallows skim through open ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. DECEMBER 28, 1900. IRRIGATION OBSERVATIONS. LUIGI OALLI. fn • lekantAB sad th StrMgwt A* tiat ia the World. With the recent |jai*#infi away of Luigi (¡alii, tlte llolieinian {jh in lor, of Home, the question Im* been raided whether he was a j/ nitw, u lunatie, or u degenerate, ora mixture of all three. J|, always wore a long, black eout and n high silk hat, and yet he alwayi looked like a t rum p. He was horn in Milan,saysthe New York Journal, where he inherited a large fortune, which he soon w|tmn- dered. Then he went to Home to paint pictures. 11«• had very liijrlt artistic atuhitions. wltieh he realized in an admirable manner wlun lie could. !tm it wasn't often that he could, for he seldom luui either Itrtuth or paint. For hn^hes he often used fish tnils. and f> r paint mud, carrot juice or any tiling that en me handy. His life wn- full of all sorts of <|tt«er I the reclamation «>1 the millions of advent uro Once he tramped f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 December 1900

THE CALDWELL ■" TEVAS DECEMBER 28 101111 y;.-- ■ SANTA ft fMCTHU. Northbound ..' 1:07 a m " 1:30 pn Southbound 5:15 a m «« 3:10 pm I Stories of tb« Street. —Our Bohemian friend had a Christmas tree and ball Wednes- day night at New Tabor hall. —The entertainment that was to be given by the Belton Or- chestra last night was postponed indefinitely. —B. & B. H. Daily have this week shipped their stock of dry goods to Gagle Lake, where they have a general merchandise store. —Frank Kristoff, of Hogg, came in to see us this week and will have the Nk ws-Chsoniclk visit him during the coming year. —News was received from Clay Wednesday that Will Rey- nolds, a promising young man and one well liked by many peo- ple, died there at 8 o'clock Tues- day evening. A carload of plows coming. Wait for them. A. F. Ghabow. Wm to Mm UK Mi Almost a Big fire. J. C. Halo's residence caught on fire Sunday morning about 11 o'clock, and it is a wonder why it was not burned up. A large crowd gathered and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUK AIM 1 THK (¡HEATBST UENKKIT TO THE FARMERS AMO WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1901. NO. 32. J>rom Our tfcurai Staff, i UllOW PKAIRtr. CWNiKKMAN. Tex January 1. KDITOK NKWH-IMKUSICI.K: Christmas passed «.juie11 > bore and our people have laid aside their holiday attire aud are now prepared to iui\ business with pleasure. The hoc table Wednesday night at the residence oí W illiam IJag- gett wan well attended and great* Jy enjoyed by the young people. Cal York and siMer, Miss Delia, of Ballinger, arc visiting relatives here. Sam Wood, f Dime Ilox, was up to sec bin brother, F. M. Wood, last week. Don Rot/erson and wife, after a few days' visit in Galveston, returned home one day last week. Bill Mills. <.f Callahan county, who wat visiting C. R. Holt and family during the holidays, has returned home. C. C. Duii'i and w i ft- have t h «• sympathy of our people in the death of their ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

',p WASMNtTCN NT S till . THE CALDWELL NEWS - CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS JANUARY 4, Wl. snowi by tboae who are, the Panama crowd has unintentionally helped the Nicaragua canal. Said one of the senators: "Were the people of the United States to wake up some morning'and read in cold type the fact that Eng- land, Germany and France bad taken stock in the Panama wa- terwav, there would be a dem- onstration akin to that aroused by the destruction of the Maine. Then, if never before, would the construction of an American i and control the Panama canal. Washington, D. C„ Dec. 38. J regardless of congressional ac- Spitok Nkws-Chbonici.*: ltjon on ti,e bin for the construct If Senator Hanna waa bluffing ||o|| of th€ NlcaraflIa ca0al. Not when he issued his edict that if the ahip subsidy bill was not passed there would be an extra session of congress, the bluff lias been promptly called. Sen- ator Pettigrew said on the sub- ject: "If it is necessary to put through a job like the shipping bill...

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