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

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS. JANUARY 11, 1901. 11 PoIms la Cand!*W!ek taoki. The *moko from a candle wick, aft* it til ' candle i# extinguished, i* poi- «oiious, «nd breathing it in <|iiutitity would cause deilth. A ttlt i{i( ill jour- nal litem ion a ea«e of a company of uarousers who tricked a boy, shep- ing in tlii eon it r of a room. In one .if tluir numher holding to the hoy'a IIOSH the finoke of a I'lt.v. n-ont ean- die. After half an hour ihe hoy fell ,nto short breathing, trunblii; , t ramps, and died in three days. The composition of (!ii- -moke i eiifbll- retted hydrogen, carbonic oxide, ae- rok'in, etc. No burning wick should Lv left to poison the air of a room. r\ B O tu "The Illustrator dnd General Í Narrator" * x Í- vory h rul (>mt lv ¡IhiKtrated niuilthl • viMK,i£utc. publish- ed by tile I «V 11 N K K . giving timely deacriptiotiH of Hie match- lo rrwiurr -H .mil opportunities of TFXAK; tile •.(>(•! t. l Hllbjcrt matter of <*aeh isstie to ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 January 1901

.-v... w 'V" x1 11, 1901. SANTA Vf TMCTAHI. Northbound .... >••••••< 1:07 a n 1:20 pm Southbound 5:15 a ra •• 3:10 p m i ttmOMtm mtm MM Stories of tb« Strsst. —Charles Broaddus is now holding down a job at the Cald- well hotel. —West Caldwell seems to be in the lead when it comes to new bouses, as several are now in course of construction. —Quite a crowd of hunters went to the Yegua Tuesday af- ternoon and returned yesterday, ha ving enjoyed the weather im- mensely. —Mr. King is making prepa- rations to build a new gallery and otherwise repair the old ho- tel building occupied by the Cald- well hotel. —Edgar Henslee is now an employe of Uncle Sam, having assumed the duties of assistant at the postoffice this week. Miss Julia Hill will probably take a long lay-off after the 15th. —Rev. Home will preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night. The text for the morning sermon will be: "One Lord, one faith, one bap- tism." All are invited to attend. —Dan Sims will let his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

S3W ® R í' w y1" '■ " $J TWELVE PAGB&. Caldwell News-Chronicle. ÜUK AIM IB THE GRBATEBT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1901. NO. 34. J>rom Our ¿Rural Staff. ******* ********* YELLOW PRAIRIE. 'has been visiting in old Burleson ! the past three weeks, will take Ohkiksmvn. Tcx.. January t<>. I jlcr departure tomorrow for Lam- Eoitok Nkws-Cmhonici.k: pasas. Her cousins, Misses May- Mahkiki : At the home oí the|^c|] an(j Qcrta Brymer, will go bride's parents, Thursday even-1 with her. ing, January loth, I harlcs Stev-j N. s. Jessie will leave Wednes- enson to Miss Laura liaggctt, j (jay for Helton. He says he has Squire Black officiating. 1 hese had a jolly time while here, but young people are quite popular jH ready to leave now. here and have a host « f friends chit C.illy was here a short who hope they may be as happy while Sunday. He went from in the years to come a* they ^ere ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

6® ü ■BR iM * m mftn wm, Cora, ií ¡t« adaptation to emliaed be concaded to dot* from tha discovery of America, woe the last «I the world's great grain crops to be brought under the dominion of civ- ilised agriculture. The rapid es- ponsión of its culture on the conti- nent oí its probable origin since that time, especially during the century just pa*t, has been one of the most characteristic features of the growth nod development of the western hem- isphere. Cultivated with increasing areas in every country of North, Cen- tral and South America, even in uio southern part of the British po**es- sions in North America, it has lit* come, in a manner, typical of i lie progress of western civilization; and s suggestive significance attach a 10 the fact that, in those countries of this continent whose development has been the most marked, the pro- duction of corn has reached its great- est proportions. The limitations which climate has placed upon the culture of this prod- uct presumably ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

Did you ever see a copper caterpil- lar a nilver centipede, or a nicked gnat? Yet these and many similar object ft can be had, if not for the ask- ing at least for a reasonable amount of money, at several places in New York. Who discovered tl e curious art is unknown, but it was introduced intothis city, says the New York Post, by an eccentric Frenchman who said that he had elaborated the discover) of some chemists in 1'aris. M. Paul Despotte, for such was the man's name, declared his secret to be as follows: He first dampened the luck- less insect, leaf, or flower, and then blew on it with a blowpipe. The ob- ject thus dusted was placed in an electrolytic bath, «tul upon it the met- al was precipitated bv tlx ^alvanie current. The object was then trans- ferred to a second hath from which all the organic matter was dissolved by an alkali. The metallic shell w hieh remained was slightly heated, touched with some kind «if shellac, and the thing was done. The inventor car- ried with hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, JANUARY 18. 1901. 1 CALDWELL NENS-CflltONICLE. ft. LEE JOINER, Editor and Proprietor. Immumd tmry Friday /Horning. Entered in the Caldwell poatofHce at aecond-elaaa matter. Subscription Rotoa. One Year It 50 Sis Month* 75 Four Months SO Two Month ., 25 (Payable In Advance.) Advertising Rateo. All advertising on first pajjc will be charged 60 cents per inch straight, with no reduction for large ads. Display ads one insertion twenty cents per inch ; two in- aertions thirty-five cents per inch ; one mouth sixty cents per inch. Local rates seven and one-half cent per line first inser- tion and five cents per line each ubscquent insertion. Obituaries, cards of thanks and notice* of entertainments given for religious, educational or charitable purposes at aalf regular rates. Legal notices of all kinds $1.00 per hundred words first insertion and 50 cents per hundred words each subsequent iaaertion. The Xkws-Chromclk desire a correspondent at ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

1 SHI WSmm BUÍ TUB COÜÜITTM WILL OIVB M«rALL ANOTHER CHANCE. U CrMM«W Mi* UlMir|*"AH Austin. Texas. January 16—The Bailey investigation committee met shortly after 10 o'clock and beard from Sergeant at Arme Jone* with regard to the subpoena Issued y inter day afternoon for D. A. McFall. He reported that he had served McKull with the proce«s and returned a cer- tificate from Dr. Q. H. Wooteu, dated Juunary 14, to the affert that the wit- ness waa confluid to lite bed aau that it was dangerous for him to go out long A recaes waa taken until 4 30 p. nt with the understanding that the ucrgeant at arm should '-all on McFall in th«> meantime and ascertain just what bis condition was. i'Ixmi reconvening. Chairman fiend- Hi Its euiU*i upon anyone wiio might want, under the r< solution passed yes- terday, to furnish any information that would bell the committee along with prtwoe!lon to com* forward. No- body r'Hiwwded and the chairman Ktat- *>d ttwit he had no intimation of any onn«...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

. The shortest biography ia the tm coafreesional directory w that of Bepreeeatatm* Allen 1^.larden Ho- of Jersey City, N. J. It up only thiw and a half line . Robert €1. Evans, at present the foremost candidate for the place of the late C v. eh man K. Davis in the hennte, tj an eloquent speaker, vuty ready and one of the best kaowu lawyers in Minnesota. • ■" *♦ + ■ - liri ta Sat. It is an awkward matter to get a diroroe in Ctnada, for parliament pa—wr on moat applications, and pe- titioners dislike the solemn proceed- infs. It is said that in thirty-two yean only 371 divorces have been granted there. A f aaierhllt ta he Christeaed. The latest Vanderbilt heiress, the daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam K., will be christened this week. Thia christening is an event of in- terest, not only because of the great wealth and social position of its par- ents, but because the child will be the first Vanderbilt received into the Ofctholic church. The ceremony will take place in the baptis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

wSE ai " ■ ;s IP15 Wm ttoNir- fwwil^p 9 W9™ ABOtil WCOTS fEWllt fAll Al Arllift Tarratl Ceaaty. (I Alfair Cmit«« htltisuat el MmI iatfsss Cfearacicr. Wood wan notified by phone and went in a private convoyante to Ar- lington, reaching there about three hours after the burning. Mr. Wood was brought liorna on the early train, taken to lib residence on the South Side; Dr. Anderson wan Kent for, wan told by deceased that he wit* not suffering, and he died about about li o'clock in the ufteruoou of the day of hi* arrival in Port Worth. He carried an accident policy for #5000 in the Fidelity and Casualty Insurance company of New York. 1 ayineivt wjw reí used and suit was brought by Booty & Mayer on Feb- Andrew Jakson." At the cone! - sion oí his talk the speaker pro- posed a toast to Andrew Jackson and mot with hearty response. Judge Philip Lindsley, who «poke on the life of Jackson and his char- acter as a man, as shown by his achievements, gave interesting rem- inisences of a visit ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

OO WOT ALWAYS PAN OUT IN LIOHT OP DEVELOPMENTS* B Made OU lavaat IgaÜM WUi Ctajr Oat. Austin, Texas. January 15.—One can bear most any old kind of rumor, prophecy or prognostication la Austin, most of them in the light of develop- ment*. proving them to be without foundation. For instance, I was con- fldqntially "tipped" yesterday by a half dosen men aa to who would be the next secretary of state. Each of tbMK: informants mentioned a different man. None of them named Judge John G. Todd of Harris county, whom Governor Sn.vers announced today fc j would appoint to the place. It has been peraiatx'iitly predicted that the Waters-Fierce oil company in- vestigation would peter out quickly. The predictions are more pronounced today, because of Judge McFall's re- fusal to appear before the committee In the roll of prosecuting attorney. It may be that the end is near at hand, but it is not safe to predict bow long the thing may last. Judge McFall. a week ago. it was said, would tone his reso...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. Iinif i E. P. Garrett, of Somerville, waft in town on bunineaft Tues- day. T. Kraitchar, Jr., «pent Tues- day and Wednesday in Buckbolt on buaine . Wm. Reeves left Thursday for points in the Indian Terri- tory on busincHs. Mrs. Loden has been quite sick this week with grip, but in reported improving. Mrs. t ee returned Tuesday to her home in Georgetown, after a visit to Mrs. Curry. Mi** Ida Murray returned Sun- day to Lampasas, after spending three weeks at home. Little Anna McArtor has been sick several (lavs the past week, but is reported better. Frank Stamps returned yes- terday from an extended trip to to Florida and other points. Joe Levi ha* secured employ- ment with Goldstein A- Mitfel. one of Waco's leading dry goods houses. Mr. LcweHen, of Con roc, came over Monday <-n business con- nected with some property at Hookcrviilc. I), W. Clark left last week for the vicinity oí Silver City, N, M., prospecting, and will probablv locate there. Albert l>. K ¡...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

'H"¡ JX | iflHWriPff > '' "''t !'l «!.' ' ij "• *"< ' ' ' ' '' 1 1 ser Muller. ta bar ta Um .torirmindrrfi flour in prrttjr dab* and etrwaka. ■tasín* aha worked. and toar ruatic jor Was echoed by tba farmer boy. But «han abe glanced at the tnantal dock And than at herself tn a calico frock Har aweat aong died and he thought: "O dear! Ha comea to-day and may catch me here For aha didn't know that a man a baart Um Are bound to tba girl who can make good pie*. The rich young man who bad boarded thara In aummer and eaten her farmhouaa fare With hla dm ult caae got off the trato And haatenad along the love-waiked lana. And the kitchen door at hla sturdy knock Waa opened by Maud in bar calico frock. The pie cruat atuck to bar Angara fair And flour beaprinkled har raven hair. And the poor girl blu«hed. but the young man thought: "A sweeter picture waa never wrought. •«Why. Maud: Mi « Muller. I mean." he cried, •Tve come, you see. May I atep ln ldeT Forgetting her plea In the oven hot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

THAT. The extraordinary vogue of certain hi* tur i tal novel* of the put lew years ia not so unprecedented a thing ms reviewers would have us believe. 8i*ty year ago, when one of ("apt. Manual's novel- was running serial- ly, vessels in midoccan used to run up the signal: "Ha- .lain* fnti his father yet?' and wait for the re- ply. Fancy the I>eHig hland slowing up the hairbreadth of n knot to ask bookish questioun of the Oceauic!— Spriugiieid Uepublican. Yon cannot afford to trifle with a cough. It may result in noinc serious if not fatal malady. Take time by the forelock and u e Simmon' Cough Syrup. Guaranteed. Price 25 and .SO cents. s %l % %% sent Free *%%%< "The Illustrator and General Narrator" o u T x Ín very handsomely illustrated monthly magazine, publish- ed by the I. ác (i. N. K H., giving timely descriptions <jf the match- le resources and opportunities of TEX4Ss the apéela! subject matter of each issue to date be- ing aa follow : Mamcm, 1H<M. Texas. Ai'Kii., ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 January 1901

CALDWELL, TKTA& sania rt \*rr* 1:30 • i Southbound 5:15 a i " 3:10 pi Stori«s of tb« Str««t. —West Caldwell ha three new houses how under construc- tion, Eramett Healep having be- gun the latest addition. —John Matcek brought a rad- ish to a A. F. Grabow this week weighing 7jb pounds. It was a white French breakfast radish. Silliman & Co. are this week building a large lumber abed on the lot adjoining their yard, which they recently purchased. —Several cars of corn have been sold here already and un- doubtedly there will be a big business in that line this year. —Hal Hitchcock will in a few days begin the erection of a four- room cottage on the lot opposite his residence recently purchased from J. S. Snook, a part of the old Gee place. —The Woodmen of the World on Monday night elected R. Lee Joiner and Tbos. Kraitchar. Jr., delegate and alternate to the con- vention camp to be held in Fort Worth February 12 to 14. —Harry Hudson was wearing a buttonhole bouquet of ripe strawb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

*;'■;' 'M' 1:. '*| TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. IH AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FABMEHS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1901. NO. 35. VOMKY. I J>rom Our ¿Rural Staff, i * # Correspondents Wonted. 1 field, who is reported to be very j low. There are several communis Mrs. w. O. Addison, of Cald- tie in the county where our cor- well, visited relatives here last respondents have moved away j Wednesday and we desire a regular staff ... . , home Wednesday, after a three correspondent t lluse pom.*. wc)¡k,. v¡si, (rj(,nds ^ rc|a. Cooke Point, Lyons, ( lay, 1 u- ¡o j^yons. nis, l'rovidence and l'.irch .ire h'uhard Mayfield, of Frenstat, among the points where we now visited home folks Saturday and Send in ^uiu'ay. Zamoka. Miss Kate Wilkinson returned desire a representative. your name and we will send stamped stationerv and plat e your name on our list. Let us hear from you. SOMCRVttH. somf-rvvii.u:. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

2 es FACTS ABOUT PKRFÜMES. Tfcair SflMt Ufee tit 8mm ef -=■ = The son-ailed chemical senses— —ta*to and smell—differ from the other senses in that a stronger stitn- ulus does not produce a stronger im- |iivssion, hut rather one different in kind. This is w«]l illustrated by the properties of ionon, the artificial jkt- fume of violets. A few grains of this stil tance— the equivalent of hundred of |m>utu1s af violets—may be heated in an o| en vessel, and even completely vajmr- taed without producing the slightest trate of the odor of violets, except at the beginning of the operation. Ab this perfume, disseminated through the air. becomes stronger the jiectilinr violet odor becomes weaker and is replaced by tin odor of ra>¡>- herries. lint if a bottle of pure ionon is held t«* the nose the odor pemdved is neither that of violets nor that of raapherrie*. but that of cedar wood. As a matter ot fact, many samph ■ or artificial extract of violets have the odor of raspberries U-eau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

A CAT'S STRATEGY. fM last oa IitIbi • Kifl* Tondtr ■lit for Olnir. A friend neiid* me another instance 4ot cat intelligence to match the story of the cat who rattled the door-latch ostensibly to get out, but r< ally to get possession of hi* favorite chair, which his mistros wa« inconsiderately occu- pying, •>«>> a writer for the Jioxton Transcript. This friend tluis tells the story: "1 was watching In-t summer,from inv window, the efforts of a pair of parent birds to «ir,eh tluir young to flv. As I did so, I h<ard of a suddt 11 a acolding and ehatbring fri-m the parent birds, which seemed to be in no way justified by the juvenile pro- ALL FOR A WORTHLESS MAN. A Uip from tlM Firing Trapeas ta Car* taia Death. "1 read a French novel the other day." said the man to whom every- thing was a reminder of something else, "an«l it made me wonder if (he author had ever lived in Aus- tralia. Twent v years ago 1 was there as the manager of a circus. or what they called a circuí i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS, JANUARY 2S. MM. CALDWELL HEWS-6HR0HI6LE. H LEE JOINEH Editor aa4 Proprietor. ■ ••u*d Every FrMay «Hornlnf. Kutered in the Caldwell poatoffice as aecondclaa* matter. Subscription Rutes. One Year *1 £9 Bis Month* Four Month* 5c1 Two Month 25 (Payable in Advance.> Advertising Rates. and true friend. In this day of ] tyranny, of anarchy, of greed, of corruption in high placed, COrttNG TODAY, are silenced by their own standards of official morality. The evil is not confined to one political ■party—it extend* from Maine to California, and Clark, the democrat of Montana, is just as bad as ¡this pure minded, noble hearted, j Quay, the republican of Pennsylvania. The sen-jshrewd, capable woman, whoj ate of the United States is a millionaire's club— for sixty-three years has stood j paimcr'a Gorgeoua. Scenic Production January 25. firmly at the head of her people of the tireatcat Pa «tura! Drama, ¡ever watchful of their happiness "Ten Nights mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

SUIMOUNDBD uBD RELATIVES. Coves. lala of Wight, Jaauary U- Quart Victoria la «load and Bdward VI!. relgna, Tbe groat%rt event In the memory of thla feneration, the moat Mtufeadoua chante In «elating condi- tion* that, could poaalbljr be imagined haa tafean placa quietly—almoat gent- ly—apon the anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria' father, the duke of Kent. Th# end of thli career, never equalled by any woman in the wortd'a history, came in a simply furnished' room In Osborne House Thla moat i* rioted of all women, living or dead, lay ia a great four-posted bed and made a shrunken atom whoao axed fit<>< and ttguiv wen a cruel mockery of tbe fair girl who in 1837 began to rute over Bngland. ground her were gathered almoat every descendant of her line. Well within the view of her dying eyaa there hung portraits of the princo conwirt. It was he who dotlgned the room and every part of the castle. In scarrfily audible words the white hatred bishop of Winchester prayed besid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

fail Mall's Mm Miter. Lord Frederic Hamilton, who has retired from the editorship of the iPaU Mall Magaaine, is succeeded by R Halkett, who has for some art editor. The value oí chicle, the basis of • hewing gum, that is produced in Mexico, is three times as great a* that of the country's present rub- ber product. Senator Pettus, of Alabara*, clings to old fashions, among other* that of carrying a brilliant red bandana handkerchief. Nobody else ixt the senate used such an article since the daw of Allen tt. Thurman. • m • Tit Hasty Western Chaps. Dr. Skit, of the training ship Hartfprd. says in his report to the surgeon general of the narv that the physical examination of lands- men from the Richmond and Ver- mont showed great superiority iu physique among those born in the Middle West over natives of the At- lantic coast. A catarrhal condition of the now and throat, far more frequent than among the Western- ers, is a particular defect of the re- cruits from the East. • • • A Municip...

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