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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

1931. Will lovely woman do the pro- •pOitillff? Will woman bo CH run polí- tica aa they now run the home? Will men wear birda on their bata and crochet? Will the housemaid be u house- man? Will horaea be exhibited aa .curinaitiea? Will politics lie run on a phil- anthropic basis? Will the Boston woman dis- cover the north pole? Will men wear frilled shirt- waist and women trousers? Will the college girl carry a •cane and smoke a pipe? Will there be free lunch stands for women? Will men go to church even- ings instead of to the club? Will the wife kiss the husband good by before starting olí ti business? Will women either wear short skirts or have pages to carry their trains? Will squirrels wait just une quarter of a second lunger to make faces at the hunter? Will rich noblemen marry poor American girls? Will hornets and other sting ing things arbitrate in-tead of fight when their nests are pulled: Will the gra n be extractan from wheat and other cereaU b\ a magnet and save the labor...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

< *>!=. 4 a THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, JANUARY 4, vm\ CALDWELL NEWS-CHROMCIE. 9. UE S. HOUSTON GERMAN, Etftw Issued F.v. ry Friday Morninc. Entered in the Ciildwoll po to®c« a* «c- Caldwell. Texas, Friday, January 4. Subscript ton Rate . Ooe Vear W J® 91s Months • Four •*' TW" Mouths iPavnMe id *<Raticc.' Advertíalas Rate*. All advertMncon first page will beehanrod üci-nts |>.t Inch Ntruliflit. with no reduction for large udt . Olsulav :i(1h one Insertion twenty ecnt* ■IT Inch; two Insertion thlrty-Hve rent* por Inch, out month sixty cent* per Inch. Local rutr* seven and one-half cents tier liar first Insertion ¡md five cent* per line each subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks an<1 notices of entertainments viven for relldlons, educa- Monal or charitable purpose* at half ri-itu- lar rates. Leital notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred words first insertion and 80 cents per hun- dred word* euch subsequent Insertion. The físws-CBnomcuB de*...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

PROVISION IN TMR APPROPRIA- TION* RkOARDINO IT. tm la AUmm^-TI . «kip Ww Om tm Iwvmi. Waakigton, D. 0. .January J.—TUe rlvara and harbors bill «u sant to tha printer* laat night. The following la Iba «act language In regard to Buf- falo boron. Qalvnston Ship Channel ami Buffalo Bapon, Texna.—Coutlnulng improve- ment. three hnmired thouaand dollar ; prosidsd, that a contract or contracta may be entered Into by the aeeretory of war for euch malcríala and work aa may be requlnd to prosecute aaid lmpfoveniert, to be paid aa appropria- tions may from time to timo be made by law, not to exceed In the aggre- gate three hundred thouaand exclus- ive of the amouuta herein and hereto- fore appropriated and authorisod to be equally expended upon divlalone one and two in developing a channel of uniform depth In each of said divis- ions between the respective termini A board of three engineer shall be appointed by the pres- ident from civil life, who ehall make an elimination and aurvejr of the w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

5555^555 Tki Willi Imm President MoKinley molting the Mine brand of oigan lor fourteen years. These cigar* ■old him at $7 a hundred. -! Ml — hrtii'i Ra resident Dr. Winthrop Ellsworth Stone, ha aucceeds the late James tt. as president of Purdue uni- versity, has been viee president of that university since 1893. He is 38 yerna of age, and a graduate of the Massachusetts Agricultural col- lege. He later studied at Goettin- gen. A «real Taaael Project. Omaha capitalists propose to turn the great continautal divide •#* miles west of Denvor and twelve miles south of Georgetown, and operate an electric road through it It will start at the base about miles from Grant and ter- at the headwaters of the river, will be 7000 feet long and 1700 feat deep. The object is to facilitate mining operations. Thff deck Betlraaieat Early. Tha adjutant general's depart- ment haa on file many applications for retirement of officers who have snraad thirty years. Under exist- ing law the president can, at h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

n M u r ■- * Hill •m to Say ' *•' ..V.-.; 7 *• ■ ®Wí QMNWMI hi a 'Wis l>ite revenue Agent Um sub- ']%! following are extract from it*. •bout $80,000 annua! I v. Sub- division 88, taxing cotton, wool and hide buyers, ban been declared void the higher court . Subdivision , whicb laxen lightning rod can* vassers. we* declared to be inonera- tive in ao far as it affects interstate " w — — w^mw W* ■ ^ ■ ■■ ■ ■ cnmmeice. Quite a loss was sus- tained in 1808-9 by reasons of de- cisions of the court of criminal Sp- irals declaring subdivisions 81 and 40, relating to peddlars, void. Both of these sections of tho occupation tax law were subsequently cured by act of the Twenty-sixth legislature. The following shows the entire Although local option now pre-' receipts from occupation taxes col- over a large portion of the lccted by tax collectors snd the there lias been collected from comptroller and treasurer for the liquor dealers during the past two past seventeen years: yeae 11.3.16,000, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

■a*.Av - .r' ET;' A CHINA ARMISTICE REPORTED TO HAVB MEN PROCLAIMED* •i WmUi(«« that ik* K.'HffW •' (MM Kiiwii AwrpUcct u( Mal (su •1 Mm Pwvw* London. January 1.—A dispatch lo Uw Pall Mail Gazette from Pekin, dated Bum:ay, December 110, my* IB imiKkt haa been proclaimed. •wrATUi raou cox oca. Washington, D. C., January 1.—The Mate department ha* received a dis- patch from Minister Conger announc- ing that the Chinese plenipotentiaries hate notified the representatives of the pavers that the emperor decrees the acceptance of their demands as a whole and Prince Cbing requests further conference. They also desire that military excursions to the Inter- ior should cease. It is well known that this last request is in accord- ance with the views of the preaident In diplomatic quarters the accept- aaee given by the Chinese envoys la regarded as an ingenious stroke of diplomacy. Among diplomatic officers It In said that this is not an uncon- dltlsaal acceptance, although it Is neh a concurre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

t PEOPLE YOU KNOW I A. P. Nelmi* went to Temple on butiinea Tuesday. Sol Levi has been in (¿al vea- ton on business thin week. Judge Banks spent several days in Beaumont this week. Kddie ilerbst, of Brenham, is spending a week with relatives here. Judge Moore, of Brazos hot- Judge T. M. Hunt returned Wednesday from a visit to bin daughter at Huntaville, and left yesterday for Cleburne. Misa Cary Richards, of the Mt. Pleasant community, has been visiting in the city this week, returning yesterday even- ing. Mrs. I. H. Bowers and her daughters, Misses Mamie and Louise, of (tiddings, have been visiting Mrs. A F. Grabow this week. Teacbera, wc feel confident that if you would (lause and think of the sacrednesa of the position which you occupy aa guardians of the young mind, moulders of human character and leaders to higher, holier and happier possibilities, it would be futile to call your attention to the necessity of lending every effort that you possibly can to sustain a teachers' ins...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

= Kir éo sot cwiurt • if I 0 row iiury And lift my vole* la cynic err A#aln«t my follow men. X)y*prp*U leaves my feattira* ptlk And bid* aw pine and (ret; Therefor , good people, let me rail! It'a ail the fun 1 #et 1 have no tealus for tina nee; In aporta I ne'er excel. And if a Jeat I try, by chanca, 1 never do It well. I am in truth a lonely mani 1 cannot conquer debt; Bo let me scoff at thoae who can. It'a all the fun 1 «at. —'Washington tur. REVENGE OF LINDA. IIV KLORBKCK B. HAI.LOWBLL 'Delia, I'm going to ask Jane Brice to mv party." "Jane Brieeí" 4,Ym, Jane Brice." "You must be craav. 8he won't come." "She will if I urge it pretty strong- ly, I think. Anyhow, I'm going to invite her." And Linda Mavnard took out of h r desk a dainty envelope and sheet •f paper. "Linda, you know you don't really want Jane Brice at your party. She'd come in that old pink calico, like as not." •'Well, I don't care if she does." And Linda went on writing. "I wish you'd tell me why you are going to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

i, > * n I A V':;' :wv'"" : it y Roum «I C«w Cardan* Eailt Aitir tkt OiaiM Paa. It it not to China only thai pflgo- dan an runtime!, hp the HuiidiVe Journal. At Ktnv liardciu thar© in a Inrjfe pagoda. It whs ««rooted in 17U3Í by S*ir William Chmnlier*, the archi- tect of Soiuerwtali«iux>. His own ikacription of the pagoda as it up- pt-ar* in his work, "The (larden# and Muilder* of Raw/' in interenting. He nay : "The tower commonly called the (ireal I'agoda wan begun under (he direction of WiKinui Chambers in (ho autumn of the year 1761, and cov- ered the spring of 17(J'¿. The de- sign i* flit imitation of the Chinese Taa. Tlie base it a regular octagon, 10 feet in diameter, nnd (lie pagodui composed of ten stories, all of them Octagonal in plan. The lowest is '¿(t feet in diameter, < iuIumvo of the portico which tur round* it, and ii> 1H feet high. The seeond is Si"> feet in diameter and 17 feet high, and all the rest diminish in diameter ami height in the same arithm...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 January 1901

CALDWELL NEWS CALDWELL. TEXAS, 4, 1901. Northbound 1:07 a n " 1:20 pm Southbound 5:15 a m •• 3:10pa Notice. The American gin started last Wednesday for the final run and will cloA down for the season as soon as the cotton on hand is exhausted. If you have cotton and want it ginned on round bale (fin bring it at once before we close down. 32-11 E. G* JlkkinSi Mgr. —The Lowry gin closed for the season last Saturday, having ginned 2234 bales. —Owen Williams was checked in last week as express agent, the office still remaining at O. P. Storm's store. George L. Smith, of Merle, was in town this week on busi- ness and gave us a most pleas- ant call Thursday. —Rev. J. W. Home requests us to announce that be will preach at Cookes Point next Sunday morning, but will preach in town at night. —B. F. Co wen, of Cookes Point, was one of our weícomed visitors Wednesday, and spoke very encouragingly of the News- Chroxiclk. —John Jancik is now behind the counters at Womble, Jenk- ins & Jenkins'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

ps:" 'IIP Caldwell News-Chronicle. OtJK AIM 18 THE CHEATKST UENRK1T TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1901. NO. 33. 3*rom Our S?ura/ Staff, t ********* HOOMRVIIIt. I the home of Mrs. M. J. Pheg- i ley. Hookkhvii i k.'!>*.. Jan. 7. Miss Lee Spradley came home Epitok Nkws i hhomci.j' Sunday for a visit of two weeks Mr. McKnight is visiting in t0 home folks. our community. While hunting Saturday night Mrs. Kcbols Lsther hchols j0hu J. German had his leg se- and Mamie Arnold are on the j vercly cut by barbed wire. sick list this week. W. W. Arnold is in Caldwell this week running the engine for the American round hair yin The former in this commu- Ki:i so. Paint! Paint! Paint! We have just'received a large assortment of mixed paints, nity are busy cleaning up their u{j¡te |Va«i. oils, turpentine, etc., fields thin week. and will quote you right prices C. C. Gillev was in Rockdale' on good good . last ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS JANUARY XI. t of American Jockey'a Method of KM tag A trainer has reccutlv ninth* come very interesting experiment*, to en- deavor to explain t«> himself what there \va. in the American method of riding. The trainer in question had about 150 yards of one of hi* gallop* care- fully watered, mow n and rolled, tak- ing n space of sufficient width to gal- lop ahreat. lie put one of hi* lad* up on one of his horse*, riding in the English style, and sent the horse a six-furlong gallop, across the pre- pared patch in the course of the spin. After carefully measuring the sev- eral at ride* made by the lvor*e across the patch, he then shifted the saddle forward, and the same lad—imitat- ing as far as he wbs able the American Beat—again took the same horn a six- furlong gallop, crossing the patch a little to one side of the track that he had made on the previous occasion. On a measure of the hoofprints of the second gallop being carefully tak- e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

ftp ||pííJp ■ p: ^ ?'' ta l AMONG STRANGE COMPANIONS. ClvUitti Mm Who «**• Idtntlfled Tkia>*ln> with Barbarian*. That highly eiviliml mm should desert their kind, juin savage race® ami actually flght against their own countrymen eeeutts almost incredible. Vet there are many inntancei of the kind, and in nine cums out of ten th«ne deserters from civilization adopt all the worst trait of the peo- ple they join and often usurpa** them in cruelty ami (tunning. In Cochin ('hiña, w here the French have for nearly 20 yearn been carry- ing on a identic* warfare tigainst the bloodthirsty piratee who infest the coaKt . and i-jxcinllv the great rivers, the naval «i¡«1 military forces «very now and upaiu discover that the pirate chiefs whom tltev succeed in capturing are l.urop*Hj>. One of these men had d*Mrt*d front the French arm v. and. m\> Answers, hod become one of the principal lieuten- ant.* of the black tl>ig pirate fon* of the dreaded chi* f ui>d mandarin Doc rich, In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS, JANUARY tl. 1901. m m BtÍ. ■ If CALDWELL NEWS-OMKOMCLE. «. LU JOWCR. Telephone No. 17. Uaued Every Friday Mornlu*. Entered In the Otldwell postoAce *eo- ond-oluk matter. Caldwell. Texas. Friday. January 11. SHlMcrlptioa Rates. .«• Year II 60 Is Muntli T5 \>ur Montn# ... ««Months W iPivtkle is Advance.) Advertíalos Ratea. All advert Ulncon UrM pu««< will brcharevd • cent per Inch striilcht. with no reduction or larite ad . Display ad« one lnwrtlon twenty cent* Sir inch; two Insertion thirty-five cent* ir Inch; one -nonti) *lxty cent* per Inch. Local tm*h seven and one-half cents nor llae first Insertion and five cent* per line MCh subsequent Insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notices at entertain men ts given for religions, educa- tional or charitable purposes at half regu- lar rates. Legal notices of all kinds 91.00 per hundred words first Insertion and 50 cents per hun- dred words each subsequent Insertion. The Nbws-Chroxi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

fi ' ¡) 5 PI IVTW • V TM« HOU1I, or Mi TO IOS. ■ipwmmim MÍ V.—. on Waeblactea. D. C„ Janus ry • —Af- dr • lengthy and at tluiee • somewhat atornjr debate. Um house today peeoed epportionment bill by ft Under tbla Mil. it It Anally becomoe a law. and It doubt- leas «111 Texae vlil have, beginning with tbe Plfty «eighth oongreM, ela- teen repreeentftUvee and eighteen «otee In tbe oleetorai college. AU tbe membero of tbe Tesae delegation, ex- cept Ball and Stephens, voted for tbe Burleigh bill. These two were atauueb eupportere of tbe Hopbine bill, which In aaay respects wee far more deeira- ble from a democratic standpoint than was tbe Burleigh bill. The States would hare lost representation under tbe Hopkins bill, coupled with those which gnlned under the Burleigh bill, formed a strong combination, and ¿he committee bill fell an easy victim to tbe aggression of its enemlse. Bvon If the Hopkins hill bad been success- ful in tbe house. It Is doubtful If it eould have passed tbe senate,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

m. w— average sge of graduation at Yale it about 83 years—82 yean, 9 months and 87 days, to be exact. At Harvard the average graduating age is considerably lass. «•i There has been placed on the walls of the federal building in Boston a portrait of General John M. Corse, the Union commander at the battle of Aitoona Pass, Ga., whore the phrase. "Hold the fort, for I am coming." was originated. —' ••• 1 "■ A faloed Bella. An autograph letter of St. Vin- cent de Paul, the originator in the Boman Catholic church of caroful work for the uplifting of the poor, has lately been acquired by Control* lor 8. Coler of New York city. It bean date September 19,1659, from Paris. Professor Frederick Suirr of i lie University of Chicago, with a photo- grapher, plasterwork ami guide, has gone on another visit of investiga- tion among the unknown tribes of Mexico. He will be Absent half a ¿ear, and expects to complete with liu? journey hie studies of the South Mexican Indians • ^ • Perennial Boppel. F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

K JttÍtÍTlAaTfRlllOKUi tffECl •f Hi la M Hut KM la « fffactha way, The attorney general linn com- pleted Hie biennial report, which contain* a lint uf civil ca « iu which action waa taken by hia depart- ment, aleo all opiuions rendered «ad table* of bonds approved. It alao embracen report * of felonies, record of felonies Hiid record of miademeanors a* reported to him by offloen throughout the atate. On tbe trust question he My : Aa the duty of seeing that the provision* of what are known as the anti-trust Uwi are enforced \? largely placed upon this depart- ■tent, 1 deem it not inappropriate ta caM your excellency's attention, nnd through you thc attention of tbe legislature, to some features of ihose law* which, in my judgment, need amending, ii for nothing else, in order to nuike tin legislative in- tent clearer ami more deiinite. Section 1 «ií the anti-trust law fit lhlKi (net* Twenty-sixth leg- islature. page pro\ idea that «t rtain net# sh«ll constat ut a con- spiracy U> de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

■*wm LEGISLATURE. TWMTV - MVtNTH IN* •ION MOW AT WORK. Tuu, January l-Tto legislatura of it hlA noo gay m apeat la It is the general opinion the legialatora that thit *• will be leagthy and wiU be important meoauree to to legislature that Mr- hag* five or ais months My roll by before the lalsh. But as yet there ta ao very great amount of log-rolling sad got a great deal Is botag said ooa- eoralag these matters. The troth Is that a great maay of the legislators bar* been baring a hard timo of It to Cad rooms, the Influx of ogee soshsrs baring already strained the supply mttili lahlj There Is ons mnttsr whleh Is exciting considerable Inter- est although the legislators seem in- disposed to comment upon it with free- dom at this time, and that is the pro- jected investigation of Hon. JoMpk W. Bailey's alleged connection with the adjustment of the Wsters-Ptoroe Oil cotoipnny's dlBculties. Mr. Bailey is on the ground and is sdrislng his friends in the lsgislatora to count oa lar estimati...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

.fc1 1 f l'<f " Í " | i' f 117 THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, JANUARY XI, 1901. 9 I PEOPLE YOU KNOW 1 Cha . Lackey visited (lidding* Wednesday. Míhh Kllen Hill has bee# sick several days this week. J. S. Snook and wife have been on the siclc list several days this week. Mrs. M. L. Womack returned! last Saturday from a short visit' to Houston. Mrs. B. <). McLean visited reí-, atives at Yellow Prairie Sunday ; and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. Shepard, ; of Brenham, are visiting' .11 the ¡ city thi> week. T V. Murray catne over from Taylor Tuesday to spend sev- eral davs in the city. Miss l\ihl, <>• Hnnham. has been spending several «lavs with friends in tlu* ^ .t\ ir. ^ work, Mrs. (ícorge tlee. (ieorge- town. arrived Monday to spend se\ eral davs visiting M rs. 1' 11 rr \. Albert Murray returned t" I i*>. home in 1'all.is last Friday night, after spending two w.eks in the city. Mrs. Parks, of Somet villi , came in Wednesday .to spend several da\s with M...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL, TEXAS, JANUARY U, 1901. I1 I MOUSE PLANTS. Hjr Itttla window tropic*, set with palm. With bright geranium and cat-tun rare. And frail exotic* from a warmer air, That mock our Northern winter with your And «mile at atorma that apare your in- door calm! You breathe of aummer, though the tree are bare, Though ahines the aun on «now and Icy glare. And wind* ar f hoarae from their loud- * welling paalm. In little here you bring the aunny South. Where all the year the gra* wavea In the Held And on the bough the orange-bloaaom clings. The funbeama are the words upon your mouth. By which the law of beauty la revealed. That auronier atlll la at the heart of things. —Curtis May, in Youth's Companion. BILL PAID HIS BOARD The wagon factory had been ehut down for over a mouth and old man McFarland and Mrs. McFarland were getting uneasy. They made their living by taking in boarders, and most of the boarders made their living by working in the factory, the co...

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