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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

fracW IdwMi Hi art di Kmc* urn Hfi(M tf ar ntm U|H|« W WWW>mmW Wf qp^HWll VIPIPIVV v | •m «I to •frito •I Ha oft without our pivot gun, but, u we wore, we couldeu't get ewev fro® her. "The Keerserge bed ebout twen- ty-one gune, it seeing to me, end looked like e frigete. She bed c'liftin ermor eii over end arcuud her, beoeuse they were ell efreiti oí the little old Alebumg. "The battle begen. We were ebout 600 yard apart, I should judge. We put one shot from the pivot gun into her and we (ouldsee the men running when it struck, it didn't seem to have any effect, though, es she kept right ou light- ing. We hud the best gunner in the world. We alwuys called him Hilly, but 1 can't remember his other name. We were utmost in sight of shore, 1 suppose, although "I 'e been reeding about Ute 'last gurvivors of the famous Con- federate warahip Alabama," Harry Wella, e well known farmer living eeat of of Denton, «aid to t news peper men at that city lecently. -Well they may 1* all 'last su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

mm wmWM ...... "':".' "* nBpW'S * m ■ iOINOS OP BOTH HOUSES VISTRRDAY, MUs CanfarrlM •attain M «*• Austin. Tessa, January 19-Presi" dent Pro Tem Miller called the sen* ate to order yesterday morning. The eenate was officially advised of the death of Representativo Web Eld* ling of Fannin county and tbe house concurrent resolution wss adopted. Senators Wheeler, MoQeo and Harris of Hum were appointed In accordance with tbct houae resolution to accompany tbe remains home. The senate reconsidered and killed by tabling a resolution adopted on a former day allowing senate employes postage during this session* The special order for today was Hanger e bill with Potter s amendment pending. The bill governs the organ- isation of interurban railways and con- fers upon them the power to condemn property, as railroads do. Senator Turner secured adoption of an amendment to the Potter amend- ment, changing "25 per cent" to "50 per cent." Tbe amendment as amend- ed was adopted, bill ordered engross...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

J PEOPLE YOU KNOW. J Xenocles Gee, of Georgetown, formerly of Caldwell, was a visi- tor in town thin week. A. D. Rust, Jr., left last Sun- day for Waco, to remain a week or ten days on business. Ford Brandenberg;, of Lnm- sas, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friends in the city. Miss Mamie McGregor, of Bur- ton, is the guest of Mrs. Mi-1 Loan, arriving last Saturday. Mrs. Kilpatriek spent several' davs at Hookerville this week at the bedside of her sick brother, j i Hal Hitchcock's babv girl has been quite sick with grip this week, but is reported improving j now. Charles Lackey left last Kri-j day night for Dallas to enter the Metropolitan Uusiness College in that city. Capt. M. L. Womack is among | the \ictuns of the grip, having been quite sick Wednesday and Thursday. Representative lleslep spent i Friday and Saturday with his family, returning to his duties at Austin Sunday. Tax Collector Jess Harris has been suffering considerably from a very sore arm this week, the result o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. CALDWELL. TEXAS. JANUARY 2?. HOI. TNI LILIM ANO TMt •he Hood amone «h* rosca, the roaca, Ao4 the bird were ■incint iot Her anile «raa aa trua As ttw aklea were blue. While her che** were all aciow. She laughed. And her laughter rippled Uke the brook aero the way— And Cupid vf..« th -r«- with hi arrow, Ar.fi to was i that day. •he lie amone the llll# . the IIIlea, And the wind are nobbing ao! Yet atlll he *ml)e< As in former while , Though her i htreka are driven mow. She alt-ep* For the great De«rh-angel Ha* kl**ed her ami wooed her away— And ah. but the world Is weary, Weary and dreary to-day. 0 mystery of lllle and roeti: Ye both do bn-athe God breathl Speak to my oui of the final goal Where Love «hall vanquish Death. 1 «hall hear For my spirit Is thirsting For the life that I real and true. Where some day with her 1 may clasp them, The rose —and lilies, too! —Virginia Leila Went , in Boston Budfat. LIKE AND UNLIKE. "Oh, Clara," cried Belle Pritt ha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, 1901. Qwam Law of Lib* The Uerman law of lihcl ie a cnri- ouity. An editor Neently said in hi paper that a certain gent h. man *Svns an unmannerly lioor," in coiiKe<|iience tit" which a libel action wan brought iiptinat the paper. The evidence j j van,«ayat'hanibci 'Journal, *eenied id hhow that tin* only fuult with the exprés-ion * a# that it wat not Mroiij.; enough. The caw \ran taken from court to court in the usual way. until it rearhed the highest tribunal; the tina) decision una t':at the editor would have been perfectly justified if he had said that the plaint i IT "had acted like an unmannerly boor;" but ¿iuce he hail Miid thai the plaiiitilf ac- tually "hiii. an unmannerly buor," he had committed libel. Free "The Illustrator and General Narrator" Hverv handsomely illustrated monthly magazine, publish- ed by the I. AH. N. h'. K.. giving timely Uti i rijilujofv of the match- Ies* resource* anil opportunities of TKXASs the upccial subject matter...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 January 1901

If as THE CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL, TEXAS JANUARY 25, 1901. BBBBSSSBEB9BESBBBB99B9SBSBBSSB5B99B5SSSSB9SSSSSS SANTA ft VKRTiU. ■orthbound 1:07 a m 1:30 pm Southbound 5:15 a m 3:10 pm Storie wmmvm Stories of tb« Street. W. T. Worable presents a new ad to our readers this week and time is well invested in read frig carefully his advertisement. —Caldwell Camp No. 199, W. O. W., will hold its reg-ular meet- ing Monday night, January 28. and all members are requested to be in attendance. —Grip seems to be epidemic all over our county, but we are not alone, as our exchanges indi- cate that it prevails not only all ©ver Texas, but in every section of the United States. —Lost: Volume II of Victor Hugo's great work, "Les Mis- erables," bound in red buckram, gilt edged. It will be greatly appreciated if the finder will communicate with the Nkws- Chronicle office. —Freight Conductor W. G. Riddle, on the Santa Fe, was thrown through the top of his caboose Saturday evening by the rear of...

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

MftAl«| MM H A ÜMJL TWELVE PAOEb* Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IB THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XXI. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1901. NO. 36. * * 3>rom Our fflural Staff, $ ##*«♦#** ********* SOMtRVILK. HoMKuvu.t.K, T«'xa<«, January 2" Eruto* Nrws-C'hhomci.k: WASHINGTON NEWS LEITER. Washington, D. C., Jan. 25. Editok Nkws-Chkonici.k : Democratic senators are now oiled upon to decide whether the ship subsidy bill, which is again the "unfinished business" of the senate, shall pass or shall fail to reach a vote. It is admit* ted by friends and foes of the bill that if the democrats choose they can easily prevent its being' voted upon. The course of the democrats is not yet certain. There are two sides to the ques- | other places, are preparing1 their ¡land for another crop. There was preaching- Sunday !afternoon at the Baptist church The protracted meeting, con* by Rev. Jeff I). Ray, of your city, du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, CALDWELL. TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1. WW. It waii midnight at • thundering knock «mus at the door of room 46, Phoenix hotel, saya tho New York Sun. "What is wanted?" asked the occu- pant, as he aat up in bod with furious- !y heating heart. "We want you! Open this door!" "Never!" "Then take the consequences." The man sprang out of bed and hurriedly dressed himself. His face vfl? ¡talc and his hands trembled, but he shut his lips with a determination to sell his lift- dearly. He heard foot- steps moving in the hall, and present- ly his door was burst from its hinges and a dozen men burst into the room. They found him standing with a re- volver in each hand and the light of liattle in his oyes. "You may hang me," he said, in a low, tense voice, "but IS of you will go into the other world before me." "Who said anything about hang- ing!'" inquired a voice. "But you have come for that. Twelve years ago in this town I killed four men. You have recognized me, •nd have come f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

|¡É$ *'1901' '|p ertMt By-PniMt ol Oran MU lugar Factor *#. Jío Ml ¡«factory prow lia been found until recently for utiliiing wa te materials tthieli accumulate u rapidly in German beet Migar facio- rii'«. The probl**in- which were the most difficult to fo've. «ays the Sci- entific American. were how to reduce to a useful form the valuable ingredb tut* remaining in t lie man, how to oh. víate the unpieafant odor-1, and tnui<- I'd-p of the danptrou* vi.i>te water. The c dilBcultic* were partieuhrly felt in e t«blbhin<nt« which produce *ug«r or alcohol i rom inoia- e-, the retiduum, known a« brown he or in o- ilrejz*. being; a uasU1 • ubtlam.'C which it ua> found < :tlieii!t todbpo-e of satisfactorily. NVI < n emptwd into river-, through h h>. it re-ultcd in the death of li-h. >V lu-n the !\e w t§ reduced chemical'v tin product* «f combustion woaping from the chim- ney made offensive odor. itt tIn m <v*• - borhood. It w.i- found the: the m.t- ourinji of fit ...

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

1— CALDRELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. Iaau*d Bvary Friday Morning. Entered in the Caldwell po*toffice a* aecund-claaa matter. Subscription Rata . One Year ** 59 Six Month '* Four Month* ~ Two Month 25 (Payable in Advance.) Advertising Rutea. = All advertising on fir t page will tac charged tiOceuU per inch straight, with no reduction for large ad . Display ad* one insertion twenty cents per inch : two in- j aertio-:s thirty-five cent per inch : one month sixty cent , per inch. l^ocal rates .seven and one-half cení per line tir t inser- tion and five cent* per line each subsequent insertion. Obituaries, card* of thank* and notices of entertainment given for religious, educational or charitable purpose., at half regular rates. Ilegal notice of all kind 51.00 per hundred word first insertion and 50 cents per hundred words each subsequent insertion. The Xews-ChROKICLK desire a correspondent at every Sauton smashing in Kan.-as forma an important department in the big dailies now. If the officers w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

•M í '•> ¿j V f-' r vA ,' . ONIBAV SV^M KNOWN. mM * U M nati a pouad || wu high* thaa aajr puma it mrly * It This r« tlM OUtOOBM Of tga m dwirly planned and «uictly dtvMftÜ "earner" la Um btiiory o( U>« Howard Wilson, a meek iooking young man of «iMrt M yoMW old, and a partner o( tgs ftna of rernie, Wilson é Co.. a oamaratively now Iioum «lib New Orlaaaa «4 Liverpool connections. haa or Moan and Livor pool connect lona, «h Mm mom o©n>poee*l peraon u> tlie (otton pit yoalwrday. Th«*i« bare boon tnkllaa taai aomethlns vu about to W* * Jammy roiton for torn • ayo. Altar the aquaeaa In Desambar tradagn tlweabt that no ono would l.ava • IMaortly to go "abort" of the n- i nwatb'a option and lay tbem- trina apea to another grueling ex f«r lenta. Barb man "coppered" hi own bast Judgment so to apeak, doing what ha Wlwid ha alona waa doing, and thai la what caused the trouble. Feral* Wilson A Co.. and another urna with whom they ara ssld to be aaso '¡atad, had a lot of cotton deli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

TI CALDWBLL VSWB-CHRONIOLB, CALDW1U* TEXAS, FEBBÜABY I 1901. ... ' Atara cue! fir AmmIMmii*. geewUry I xmg keeps on his dató in alarm clock to remind him of appointment , regarding which ho it vary particular. If the eecretary ha¿ an appointment for, «av 5 o'clock, the little timepioe will strike fiva times at 4: «. — ■aay 1*011 Taa ■ellrffoenta. It shows how extensively poll tuxes are evaded in Boston when the compensation of no lesa than 1,800 of the 2,400 election officers who served the city hut fall have their pay decked in order to nuke them square with the tax collector. •alj a raw Waateé. Pro feasor Kaufniann, of Breslau, in eonforring the degree of Doctor of Philology on Fraulein Immer- wahr, the first woman who has ever passed the examination at that uni- versity, said that he earnestly hoped study among women would "con- tinue to the exception with the few capable individuals," inasmuch as it was desirable that thev should hold to their primary and noblest call- ing of wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

fcy Mr. Kir II W WWftWWIiH b In li Gertrudes, the homo ranch of Mm H. M. King, an it well fcaownt ** on of the model ranches of Texas. It it conducted under tho it of Mr. Hohert J. Kle- has made a study in detail "of everything that t*?iirlK to develop and eafcaace tltc value of «tuck. The fcueea are kept in thorough repair, and in ao subdivided tut to keep within convenient distance for feed- ing, Ihe registered «took. the country ia tho dove! of the rich lugar lands along banlu of the lower Rio Grande, which are now lying idle for want of culture. There art two placen which can be cited, where success in it* fullest measure has been obtained by irrigatian from the river. The augar plantation of George Brulay, eight milea below Jlrownaville, which haa a refining plant estimated to be worth $150,000, and that of John Closuer, six miles below the town of Hidalgo; the product of the lat- ter is made into (teloncilos, for which there is a cash demand. These lands can be purchased at pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

•AVI Attfto. Ttttt, JIB. W-Th fot tetara yasterdsy by Um immr ral- •lit* |i coaiitlou la Um dtatrlet af- fected bp Um hurricane af last Sep To Um Seaato aad Honk of ssaaUvee: Oa Um Sth day of bar Ian a Mona broke apoa Um tlaa ol the Tosas coast embracing the eountiae at Oalveetoa aad Brasoru ■ad eaMadlag late Um interior, that (or deutrucUvenees vu elthout prece- dent oa the North American eon ti- lt la bslleved that fully SOOS llvsf wort loat «ad tbat property aggre- |ktla| aaay ailiioaa of dollars m ▼alo* «u deetroyed. lta eeverity feU moat heavily apoa the eounttee of Galveston, Biasoria, Fort Baad aad Walter, aad apoa por* tteaa at Harris, Matagorda, Whartoa, Weehiagtoa, Austin. Orii tialveetao ooaaty vaa by far Um tina solorar aad stood tte urgeaUy ta aood ol i aunad lata aa communication aoald ba with Um city raUaf vaa to lta stricken people with rapidity. vaa promptly tendered all bp tba «oro dit- to Oalveeton la order to factl- movement of sappltes. aad &O.O0M government...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

rar- PEOPLE YOU KNOW J. F. Cobb «peni neveral daya in Waco thin week on buaine . Carey Newcomb «pent Sunday in «¡tidings, reluming Monday morning. C. L. Kenfro went to Lampa- sas Saturday to visit friends, re- turning Monday. Mr . J. C. Womble and son, Oliver, have been quite sicl< with la grippe this week. Míhs Ola Bowles U ft Wed ñen- day for Nolanville tt> spend her vacation with relatives. M. !'• Womack is slightly «m- sroved, but has been very sick during the past ten days. M¡sses Aiinit' Klukan and Ma- mie Metirvgor visited Yellow Prairie Saturday afternoon. J. W. llarvev has been quite sick this \\«ek, but is reported considerably improved now. I>ug far roll left l;«st Saturday for C'orsicana. whore he will make hi* home in the future. Misn Mamie Mcliregor re- turned Monday to her home in Burton, after a visit to Mrs. I!. O. McLean. C. W. Curry returned Tues- day afternoon from Martin, con- siderably improved in health bv his *tay there. Mrs, Th Will tarns was re- po...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

— :.S¿ 'f'.V;.' ÉT~ Ib WMiinto! Km Ai through 111* your way you taka WkUo you. carelNa.i" Others lowly ptn yon fcy, Am tha tortol won the r « From the hartr. though f *t tola pac*. Thi door boya, your motto make: "WW* a «ral :" %'iá* awake' and look ahead Carclul «ho the way ha* ted. Onward then, nor *twp to root! V'ctor toe that does hia boat. lewk with eye* alone, you're blind; Look with heart and soul and mind! This, dear boys, j our motto make: "Wide awake!" Wideawake: Awake to trutb. To the «lory of your youth. To the call to noble deed. To the | ray*r of one in need. To the words of life that tell. To the right—and all la well! Thi . dear boys, your motto maka: "Wide awake!" —Ckors Birds*ye, in Golden Day*. HIS DESPERATE CASE Percival felt that the world was come to an end for him and he was trying to c-onvinee himself that he didn't care a continental if it was. He sat in a chair that seemed incom- patible with any sort of discomfort, his pipe was between his teeth, and be ha...

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

mru !> • nt at Tata* with It vu tho custom of the earl of Bridgwater, who died in IK5M), to dine with 12 dog*. Kaoh animal, with a napkin round ita nock, Rat sedately in an arnu'luiir, behind which Mood aaervant ready to attend to it* wants. The utmost decorum wan observed, and should any do# transgrt-ss the rules of good breeding, it was ban- ished for awhile from its mat- ter's table and, dressed in livery, com- pelled to take it meal in the serv- ants' hall. John Mytton, the ececntric «quire of Halston, onee asked a number of neighbors to meet at dinner a particu- lar fr:, nd of lit* who had just eoaii from abroad. The) duly arrived, but the honored gue<t wa late, and it wn- not until all u rc MiiUdnt table that the «loor opmed urn' there en- tered—a large, grizzly bear! A gen- eral stampede followed, and in ii-> than a minute Mytton and Ins partic- ular friend were It ft to fim.-h tin meal alone Not many years buck tat partiea were the vogue among a a rtain «Injuu in Pa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 1 February 1901

THE CALDWELL NEWS ffi? ¡ CALDWELL. TEXAS, FEBRUARY t. MM. Lee Allord thin week disposed Swthboti uá Y.'. Y. Y.'.... Mi km ¡ai his meat market business to; 5:10 pm Burnett & Nelms, having pur-j \x—umii.mp j cbaaed the confectionery busi-j •üimAHAHAMWAAfAA'AÉllMMIÉlÉlílWjí | ness of J. C. Boswell & Bro., and Stories of tl)« Street. I ¡ on Tuesday took possession. He win add considerably to the line. — of goods carried by Messrs. Bos- —Ed Reeves is treating his j well and will put everything in ioose to a new coat of paint this strictly tirst-class and up-to-date week, which adds much to its j condition. appearance. j Lee has a world of friends, es- —The Burleson Guard, will P«mlly a">o g young peo- Md business meeting at the P1*- nd e Pr*dlct !a\ h,m at armory tonight and a full attend- prosperous bus.ness .n h« ne« aace is desired. "line* —The Woodmen of the World Sfc J }- Morgan & Co. for sacked corn, seed and feed oats have made quite an improvement and baled hay is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 February 1901

VOL. XXI. > ■ ft- WA'.S'IÍ ill i • *.,]. ' .11 " —: OUR AIM 18 CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. NO. 37. J 3>rom Our ffiura/Staff. J ******* ******* CORN t SPONDf NIS WAN I CD. There are still two or three points in the countv where we desire a correspondent. Among these are Clay. Lyons, Merle and Tunis. If you desire to act in this capacity, send in a letter and we will send stationery and place your name on our subscription lists. To those already representing us we would ay that we especially desire a letter «-very week, and it must be mailed by Tuesday at least. *We have sufficient room now for all correspondence, and hope you will make your letters regular every week, «ven if they are short. II MIR HOW I. Ckmi-k Point, T«•*. , February 4. l'*0l. kwtok nkws ciikonrl.k As we have not seen anything from our little community in your paper for quite a while, wej will give you a few items. Our farmers hav« most aii their land well pre-, pared for early...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 February 1901

snehor from * punt. lou coma i <N't f*t nuth.n mtm;' " """' 'Afnsnded Lo**. "Did hv estunsfele plsee where the new po*t office ought mi. hu otd fr¡tlu} on my rstjht wake any «llu- UITTLC Wlttli. rut im'i trou**rs 4m itt in this immediate wttitty mase *ne •tstement that it «s> funuy?" de- "j j i •• W t * I ^. . X !(«« to mr hls «M «MU •uiWMhn. too? Ib htu ud *ho«t don i flt m<, but •pot ihty will mm émy, A«4 tb«n they'll >w ta m« tnst«*d of twine thrown *w*y. Mr * ter Or « u tw nty-two. And ikí emn * n* and pU>\ And wlut h« wear* ia alwajr* n*w— Not atuff that'* thrown a war' pot* on atyla. I tall you what! 8b* draase* out of aicht. Ma n proud and haughty and h«' got A beau moat «vary ntchi. I never *at narr thine* to wear; I'm iuat a boy. you aa«. Any oíd thine * food enough to doctor up for ma *Moat «very thine that I've cot on on* day baton***! to pa— When *t*ter * through with her Ana thins «he hand* tbatn up to ma! —Detroit Free Pre* . ; n, either direetly or indm...

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