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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

Diary of aw Ofltoe Heetor. WitaliinKtun I'oat. March 2—Jupt arrived. Wwh< ington is a nice town. Wonder if it wouldn't be m well to stay .■here M to go abrotd? March 4—8*w Msjor M ?Kinley inaugurated. We folks who nom- inated htm will be all right now. Think I had better take an assist* •ant secretaryship. The adminis- tration wants good men who know something about politios. Baside*, I am getting to like Washington. March 8—Big orowd at the White House. They ought to give the president time to settle him- self. Have sold my excursion ticket and will stay awhile. Too many people make a hotel uncom- fortable. Have found a good boarding house. March 11—Shook hands with the President in the But room and told him I would call on a matter of business in a few days. He seemed pleas-d. March 15—Went to the oapitol and found Sanator X. He was «our. Sai'i the whole state wa* here ohasing him. Asked me what I wanted and said, "better go for something in reach," May- be an auditorehip would...

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 June 1897

1 Mil CALDWELL KBWS-C110KIGLE. PI r •$. k, Pi®) KT V y 4 JOINKU. EDITO* AMO PwraiROM I la Uh Unid well pratUittctt as mk SUBSCRIPTION NATISl in*. 2 caldwell. tex ah, june tuw. A GOOD YEAR WHAT THEY THINK OF U& Th« following ar« axtraoU from mm of our «zohangta whioh haw kiadly mentioned oar now invest «non1. Wo thtnk you gentlemen, ell, moet •Inoerelj for your kind words end good wishes. All indications point now to- wards a heavy hsrvsst in ell orops this year. Every section of the ■tats reports the finest prospeote for good crops in a number of Texas is one of the grandest •onntries on thi globe for a man to live by the eweat of his brow and this ysar will bs one of the grandeit years even for Texas. Every former in the state will have money in his pooket this year besides paying all his debts. He will have hogs, money and Come to Texas this ysar if jou want to see prosperity that is in- dependent of national polillos. This prosperity is a kind that favorably affeots every man...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

lee Cream Freezer . Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, Garden Hose, Etc, We have a biir stock of these goods and must sell them. Come and feee u« aud let us give you some prices. We want to sell you your Gimiere Supplies, Oils, Belting, Packing, Presses and (iin Stands. Why not let us make your oistern and gutter your house now labile we have time? . We will be busy this (all and can't fill your orders as promptly as we can now. As (or Stoves, Tin and (iranite iron goods we have no competition. For Woodwork, Wagon Material and Hardware o( all kinds at Rock Bottom Prices you know we are the people. Come and let us sell you what yon need iu our line. _A_. B. JR. «HP ii fJ'Bl 1 I V . ;,VmK 1 s , 5v ttt, ij nlBr if? hi i w J 1 ■> HORRIBLE DEATH AT SOHBRVILLE. Fred Rogers Guilotlned by a Falling Smokestack. Head Completely Sev- ered From tbe Body. Brenham Banner. A sickening and appalling ac* cident took plaoe at the Somer- ville creosote woik« Friday after noon. Three workmen, amjrg them ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

**■ CALDWELL NEWS CRRANIGLE. RUST & JOINER, Pbopbibtobs. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Tlie Old Hong. ••There Me several different kinds of enterprise but the greet* eet ot them ell is patronising home," says an ezohenge. "Die piajed in this waj it is always seen end appreciated—a spirit whioh characterises lote for one's country—patriotism. If jou nsed work done give home the job. If you want your house painted let your neighbor do it for you. If you are sick let a home man kill or cure you as the case may direct and buy the medicines from the home drag* gists. If you must buy something to eat and wear let the home mer- ohants sell them to you; you need aome printing the home printer will thank you for the job and praise you to the skies for so fat. oiing him. Especially should theeebe practiced by those de- pendent on home people for sup- port. If the merchants employ transient men to do their work they should not ezpeot the home workmen to patronise them, aud the same way on down the line...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

DOLLY GO. Youth'* Cuupunlou. "Smell itMk soorching, Mar* ♦hyl'' The voloe had no trace of tmp ti noe, though the owner of it disliked burned ateak above measure. "Well, I 'ciar' for % honej, dat pleoe do eeem to be a leetle eoo'ohed 'roun' de aigee," and black Martha matched the meat from over the glowiog coals, end examined the lower aide crltioally. "A leetle sco'ched 'roun' de aigeashe continued, "but dat don* signerfy. A good many ob de good tinga of life am a leetle eoo'ched 'roun' de aigea, honey. But yo' jes* hoi' de br'iler ober on die aide while yo' ol' aunty meka de coffee," and Martha hobbled off to the Btoreroom. " We'll have to hurry this morn- ing, aunty," called the girl at the fire. "Papa must take tbe half- peat aeven train, and I don't want hiin to hurry hia breaklaat." Out-of-dooro ibe soft air of June gathered fragrance from each flower it pataed and brought it in at the open door, aa though inviting Dorothy Oolder to take alongaaifl of it* awt-etneee. Tbe fragra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 June 1897

THE LOCAL NSWS. Railway Time Card. northbound m U .*V p. m Southbouud ... ...................... ;« a. . Ed Healep is severely ill with •low (mr. Notioe Womble ft MoArthur1 new looals this week. The dty wu wsll orowded with oountry people Saturday. Misa Kata U very ill at her par anta bom in the wait aid*. JamM Brown of GÍddings ia vis- iting the family of Wm. Reave The oat orop ia reported very lot in ail aeetiona of the county. \ Avery heavy rain fell Tueedey night. The farmera are now happy. M. L. Womaok, Jr., haa gone to Honaton to keep booka for lamber firm. A great deal of prairie hay ia being mowed by the thrifty farm ara o! old Burleeon. The oarpenteia oommencsd work on D. Alford's new $1200 real- denoe Monday morning. Watermelona have been aeen on the atreeta of Caldwell. They bronght some fanoy prioea. Tom Batte oi Bryan, bnt form erly a oitisan of Caldwell, waa in the oity on bnainaaa this week. R. W. King oalled Monday and left bia beat regarde in a very aub- atantial an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

. , . . ; ; The Calawell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1897. NO. 4. t J. F. Cobb, ONE ' CASH ' PRICE ' ONLY. My business is a success because of the fact that it was built upon the right principles. Here are some of the pillars upon which it was founded: Buy from first hands, or as nearly so as possible. Handle good honest goods—no trash—mark the prices right and in plain figures. Above all things be honest, deal square, if it kills. Create as little expense as possible, and have none that is unnecessary. By all means have system and stop the leaks. Treat everybody as nearly alike as possible and have but one price to all. Keep right abreast in the styles of goods, with the larger towns, always be on the alert. Keep everlastingly at it. Attend strictly to your own knitting. Don't look at the little profit on a single article, but figure the profits on a large volume of business. With the co-operation of a good set of employes, such as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

.ti: CALDWELL KEWS-CBR0K1CLI. Wl;• * f fe . =;S' ■ UI'HT* JOIN Kit. Ki>rroN*ANi>riu>i>HirrniM The non-subacrlber who bor- rowed hi* neighbor* paper, sent 50 «nía in answer to an advertise- ment of''how to make panta lest." He reoeived u an answer, "make the coat end vert first." Gerome, the painter, has cent a remarkable equestrian statuette, one-fith natural sise, of "Bona* parte in Egypt," to the salon. Napoleon is represented dressed In early Egyptian costume. A Kaneas editor sarcastically an nouncss that he wants to bny a aack of Hour, a pair of three ply bottom psnts and a straw hat and is ready to receive lowest bids lor aame. He says that ia the way the merchants do him when they want $2 worth of job printing done. A poor editor, «ho knows how it is himself, says: "It is said that a New York girl kneads bread with her gloves on. That Is no news to us. We need bread with our boots on; we need bread with our pants on, and if those subscribers who are so much in «rre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

IIIb First Interview tHhuru IMspatelt. The late ex Senator Coke, of b«s, although as a rale a tactl- n- and reserved man, bad a tie of bumor and was something f a diplomat. Shortly aft r his ppearance in the senate here he ati approached by a newspaper respondent for %n interview on leading qoettion of tbe day. he request had come from the tome office, as the coirseuondent explained. •'Sit down, my young friend," said Mr. Coke, "and tell me, tbe first thing, it I can trust you." The correspondent replied piras- antly that he considered himself as a safe risk. 41 Why 1 aek that," continued be senator, with a smile, "is be- cause I have a confession to make. I djn't know much of anytbirg about the question you mention, out I can't afford to admit tint to rour newspaper. I take this re- quest fcr my views as n compli- ment. I'm a new men on the scene, atd as an interview in as >rom:nent a paper as yours will lelp to introduce me, I ought tc lave some views. What do you mow about the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE. bi7kta JOIN Eli. F.hitohm akd I'lioeuirroH* Issued every l-'rltliiy at Caldwell, Texus. utereU In I In* Caldwell |mi Ui81i*i! a *c- •t'luw mutter. subscription rati*! Year loiitWMi rw; Monto- Hx Muntil*. •I SO I <M ml CALDWELL, TEX AH, JI'NE II. l*K. CALDWELL'S OPPORUNITY. It is rather a peculiar statement to make, but a town is almost ex- actly like a man in come respects. The town, like the man, osnnot sea Us natural resources and can* not aee any way of taking rdvant- age of those it can see. It takes an outsider, and, to a oertain ex- tent a stranger, to see the natural resourocs of either a man or a town. Caldwell hae really one of the most beautiful, resourceful and productive sections of this great productive state as her surround- ings. It la thickly settled and well anltivated and is generally all in a wary prosperous condition. But, prosperous as it is, it oouid be mad* doubly so in two years' time toy going about the undertaking aystematically....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

■ STATE BRIEFS. Santa Ft railway to th« «fleet that the Santa Pa will not disturb any of its facilities at Teruple, bat will remove the shops fram Galveston to Cleburne, and that "he could see no reason thnt ever existed for having ahupa at Galveston." G. F. J£!y, an employe of Daugh- trey's dairy at Waco, was teri- ously out about the head and faoe Tuesday by bis employer, L. B. Daugbtrey. The men had words and Daughtrey tried to strike Ely with a spade but failed, and drew a knife catting him aa above des* oribcd. At 7 o'clock Sunday night at the rufidence of Prof. Proetorius in Waco, what seemed to bs a bolt of lightning descended and struok in the yard. Alterwards a hole was discovered in the yard about 6 inches in diameter and twelve feet in depth. It is supposed that it was a small meteor which fell and it will be unearthed. Tcxum Per Capita. Mayor Fly of Galveston was re elected to that o<tio*> this week. At Palestine on Saturday last Ed Smith shot and killed Ander- son...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

INK SPOT ON THE WALL. tVa CVtmiMiilon. persona said Jackie Ran- •om wm the worst boj in the world, and some «aid he waa tbe t, but not a person acid that he handaome. Jackie had an enormoua mouth, a turn-up noae, % gun- burced, freckled face, and a tangled heap ot sandy, curly hair. it hia big mouth had a wonder- fully good-natured amiie, and hia blue eyea looked ao honeatly into paople'a faces that they felt that be boy waa a truth-teller. Jack's age waa fourteen, and his icity for getting into trouble surprising. Few day a passed withcut adding seme exciting in- it to his history, until eome- ing happened in school that sur- iced all his former misad ven- Oarytown, Jackie'a heme, was a remote part of* northwestern tansae, far from the railroad, it there war an excellent school re, and the citisens proudly averred that they were fully up the times. There hai even some talk of building an ice- lory, but many people were op- to it as being t(agin naturV tow ioe can be fies in hot tra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

m ¡MS S Já • 'a nor faltering this time, nor pro- testations of inooocnoe; only a >xuanly, solitary little figure, bear, ing with what courage ha might 'the hardest trial hia ohildish heart had ever known. His mother's words sounded io hit eare and helped him: "Tell the truth, my son, tell the truth, no matter what happens;" and ■Jackie resolved that he would tell .the tiuth, coat what it might. "Ransom, did you throw that 'bottle of ink!" asked the teacher, slowly. "No, air," replied the boy, "I did not throw it, and I do not know i nything about it." ''Children," taid the teacher, rising to hia fe&t, ' you have all heard the whole matter; John Ransom wa3 peen by another boy to throw a bottle of ink acrosB the the room; hia name wa? on the (bottle; I did not see him throw it, but it came so directly from where he waa Bitting that I would have thought he did it without any evi- «Jeme. You have heard him per- tinently deny all this, wnich is far worse even then the act of thro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 June 1897

1 ' ■ ' "= THE LOCAL NEW . ^ HallwayTime Card. Northbound M# «" 12:3ft a. m ■oalhbound :j a. m •• U :M p. m ilglit II :S0 u. m ...11:30h. ni w Miu Et la Gee, of Velasoo, 'is visiting Mm. Curry. Mita Lila Collins visited rela- tives in Brenham Sunday. Miss Kate Duckworth is visiting friends in Belton this week. Frank King bss been attending oourt at La Giange this week. ■Miss Lillian Murray returned Friday from school at Georgetown. Miss Eula Gee of Velasco is vis* ittng friends and relatives in the •city. Bev. J. Stephens and family «re visiting relatives in Lee county this week. J. E. Stubbs of the Fraimville neighborhood was in the city Wed- nesday. A. P. Nelms will eoon move into the S. G. Ragadale house near the oil mill. Mrs. L. F. Grass muck and chil- dren, of Branham, are visting rel- atives in the oity. Mrs. J. H. Fuoss and children left Thursday for Ottawa, Kansas, to visit her parents. Mrs. Will Veazy and children left Suoday for Haskell, where they will spend the summer M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

The Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897. NO. 5, J. P. Cobb, ONE < CASH < PRICE < ONLY. My business is a success because oí the fact that it was built upon the right principles. Here are some of the pillars upon which it was founded: Buy from first hands, or as nearly so as possible. Handle good honest goods—no trash—mark the prices right and in plain figures. Above all things be honest, deal square, if it kills. Create as little expense as possible, and have none that is unnecessary. By all means have system and stop the leaks. Treat everybody as nearly alike as possible and have but one price to all. Keep right abreast in the styles of goods, with the larger towns, always be on the alert. Keep everlastingly at it. Attend strictly to your own knitting. Don't look at the little profit on a single article, but figure the profits on a large volume of business. With the co-operation of a good set of employes, such as I ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

■'-Srara CALDWELL MKS-CBII0\ICL1. BlIRTtJOINEK. Editor* akd PttopHirrou* And now they have seen a 4 'fly- ing man" in Arkansas, but they do not state how many creditors •iter him.—Ex. The goldbngs of TexM have di- vided the people of Texas into two dwiei—"anarchists" and "lead- lag citiaens"—-Poit. Aa an indication of the faot that "prosperity has not returned" it is only met sear y to call attention to the fact that National banks are •till closing their doors and going oat of business in the Eastern and Weatern states.--Brenham Uknner. A serious drawback to the distri- bution of aid in India is the long distance names of the people. Many will starve to dtath in the length of time required to pro- nounce a few names. The fol- lowing named citizens signed an address to Queen Yiotoiia: Dr. Bhalcandra Kriehna lihatawadkar, Mr. Byranyee Nusserwsnyee Seer- ▼ai, Dnraahab Ratarjea Chickgar, Bao Bahadur Dhakjee Kashinath jee Pardurjee Bisnee and Cnsetjee Joorlawalla. And there are oth- -mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

MP A Sagacious Mule. About twenty years ago, when there were but few rtilwsjs in the western states sod territories, the United States mail vw osrried in caddle-baga on whet were called pack-mules. Thu riders were young men, carefully selected for their brsvery, fearlessness, and activity. The animals were chang- ed at fctations about twenty-five miles apart, so that tln'y were al- ways in good condition to íun if necessity required it, which was oiten the ca*e, as tbe c untry was swarmiug with Mexio&os end In- dians. Betxteen, a brave }oung Irish- man with Indian blood in his veinp, was cboctn for the road be- tween Camp V , Arizona, and a town on the border of New Mex- ico, and for more than a year es- caped tbe pnaies and treacherous trape thai were laid for him. One cold day in Fobruury, 1875, when a heavy mist not (nly made thingB cheerless and gloomy, but threw such a veil over the enrth that it , was iiupos-iblo to see any object moreth.naiew ftet away, Ben- teen started ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

: CALDWELL KBWS-CII0KICL1. rust* JOINEB. Editom ahu paotumom Untied erery Friday at Caldwell, Tus . Entered lu the Caldwell pn«.U)fBc« as ec ond-nlMW matter. •USSONIPTION MTMl One YMr •« *¡ MU Months I® Three Monto '*■ CALDWELL. tkxa8, jl'ne 18. u0t. Intelligent Action Necessary, Doting the week sinoe oor last edition we have heard many re- mark! and a number of compli- ments on the suggestions made therein in regard to putting on the market from (hie oity and section a heavy epring crop of some kind that would bring ossh into the oountry the same in spring as cot- ton does in the fall. Of oourse, no one questions the statement that it would materially benefit the whole county and that the orop or crops oould easily be grown hgre. The only difficulty is to get people here who would feel safe in engaging in the raising of a orop new to this section. To do this intelligent and concerted action is necessary on the part of our citisens and business men. The people we want are not going ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

J STATE BRIEFS. One million pounda of wool was ■old «t San Angelo Monday. This ia half the amount stored there. The Methodist parsonage at lias* trop was struck by lightning last week. Key. O. U. Hotchkiss was alightly shocked. At Dallas, on Friday, Jake Corn enginser on the Katy, ran a train of oars over an 18-iuontha-old baby without injuring it in the least. Fred Israel took rat poison in Houston Tuesday in preference to living under the disgrace of hav- ing stolen $95 from Lis employer, Joe Goldman. Collin M. Forbes, of Dallas, killed his wife's stepfather, John Redman, on lust Friday because of the lattcr'b attempt to maltreat Forbes' wife and her moth jr. Detective Ellison of Houston has at laet succeeded in tracing and arretting 11. It. Pierce, who handled some stolen notes about two year' i go and then suddenly disappeared. He was arretted in the lumbtr regions of Louisiana. A very distressirg accident hap pened Tuesday at Kobb'B ranch, live miles southeast of llomtr, Texas....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

•" '-W-VVty ■ , Why He Vomwon Garda. York Hun. "I don't oare to play," Mid the quiet little man in the smoking compartment on the first evening of the trip eastwsrd from Ban Francisco. There were only fonr men on the ear who had thus far far shown signs of being compan- ionable, and he was one of the fonr. They had dined snd were enjoying their dgars together. The talk was desultory and amounted to little. One proposed a game of cards, and two of the others were ready, but the little man declined. The pause that follo#ed waa a little awkward. They did not even know one another by name, •nd the wording of the refusal seemed curt. The little man eeemed to realise this, lor after a moment of silence he continued: "Nothing would have given me greater pleasure a year ago than to join you in a game of poker. Iu fact, nothing would give me greater pleasure now, but 1 am done with cards, and I believe any one of jou would refuse, as I do, if oards bad coat you what they have me. The others ...

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