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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

i i lo eac*p« the expected flagellation. It is a safe rule for any one hav- ing a hasty temper not to have a whip Ht hand; the temptation to ute it may bo too great, and it is aleo wi«<e not to attempt to tench him when you in a bad hrmor, for if 1 ^ do<«" not do ju9t right you will probably vent some of it on him. Wbon whipping is used orly as a laet rerort the necessity for it seldom aii?es, as the horse makes ■ progresa in his education he un- derstands better whát i1) required of him and trf.ncgre bps lem fre- quently; and nearly alwaya a eound rating whou ho known that he ia misbehaving is sufficient. Sometimes when this is disre- garded a nlap with the open hand will cause instant obedience. There are two lorina of punish* ment, or rather brutality, that are inexcusable under any circum- stances—these are striking a horse over the head, no matter how light the blow, and kicking him; and, aFida from their inhumanity, there is great dauger of pormau- ently injuring him. Wh...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 18 June 1897

THE LOCAL NEWS. m w I ' l. Ha i 1 w(iy Time Cnrd« lilxtund IP- ui 12:35 ii. ni tlibouud 3:41 it. in U:.V| |>. in Mortli Freight ll:M .iii "it11, lltSOa. ui Homer Lomkin was in Galveston Tuesday. The new mayor waa sworn in Tuesday night. Mr. Geo. Smith oi Merle waa in town this week. Mr. and Mra. Wm. Reeves are -viriting in Marlin. Mra. T. Murray was quite aeri* ill this week. R. Page of Cook's Point waa in oar offioe this week. Mr. H. Humphrey paid Houa- a visit this week. The lawn tennis olub of Caldwell is very studiously practicing ta be in good condition at the Giddinaa tournament on July 6 and 7. Mra. Martha Jackson and Mia* Ada Hartgraves, who have been visiting relatives near Whartoo about two weeks, returned Tues- day. Misa Bessie Withers haa our moat aincere thanks for valuable assistance rendered "a stranger in a atrango land'* local nswa. in gathering up Mra. A. E. King is visiting her son Henry inTsylor. James Harvey haa been confined •sveral days with slow fever. Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

pn/f r The Caldwell News-Chronicle. f ■ j 1,1 * 5§f VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1897. J. F. Cobb, 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 rt 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 o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

w- CALDWELL RKWS-CI10HI0LI. r* JOINKR. Eonoaa Am Paonuacoaa caldwell* TEXAN. JUMK tt, INT. The rise in the value oi money li measured by the fell in the of prodacta.—Balton Re- loftiest inhabited plaoe in tte world is the Buddhist monast- mj of Heine, Thibet. It is ebont 17,000 feet above the sea. In every sohool in Paris there Is a restaurant where free meals am served to Ihe ohildren who ere too poor to pay for them. The Tammany Times tails it: A Jersey City women, to relieve her husband, who wes oharged with «■ttlng off the end of his nose •wore that she bit it off herself. The journalist who in order to Iqfare his oontemporary, resorts to ttttle personal flings, is on e par with the man who stole the ball feom the blind bug.—Rookdale Reporter. The gixxard of a hen reoently killed at Covington, Ga., oontained twenty-one brass taoks, thirty-one lot, two pine, a tiny brass a bit of steel and some brass oaps, Paris harbors a widow, Mme Jalee Lebaudy, who inherited from ÍMV husbard $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

11 I' t DUO UP $4000 IN SOLD. Followed tki Instruction 01 vea by • Murdered Womu's Spirit. Port Lavao , Texts, June 18 The rioh, black lands of Calhoun oounty are becjming famous fir their proJnotiveness, but until yesterday it was not known they were veritable gold mines, pro- ducing the metal with the mint's •tamp on it. Orson N. Jayne has a cotton field just above town on the went side of Linn's bayou- A night or two ago he bad a vision in his eleep, a woman appearing to him with a ghastly cut running diag- onally aoross from her left shoulder to her right side, completely die- emboweling her, who asked him "What he was worrying about?" He replftd that hard times and loss of monay were making him anxious and fearful of making a living lor his family. She re- plied: "Vu^ have plenty on your land and there is no use worrying, and if you will begin at the went corner of your field and count eff fifty roves of ootton and then go to another end of the row and step back thSrty etops fn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

CALDWELL KEWMIIOMCLK. Br? * A JOINER. Eimtok* AiDriorainou every Friday at Caldwell, Tux* . Id I ho Caldwell ihmUiHch ua t c laaN matter. SUBSCRIPTION HATBSi ei Year SI no SíCto:::::::::::::::::::::.:-::::: ' CALDWELL. TEXAS, JUNE S6. INT. A DIFFERENT PLAN. Since oar last issue we have approached by a large nam- 1 of firmer* living in the seo* i of country tributary to Cald- well, who thick we took the wron g «onrse in our efforts to put a spring cash crop on the market here. While we are quite certain that plan would prove a grand sue- i if properly carried out, we are mot wedded to It, and would not attempt to contend that no other plan would work as well. Bo we are perfectly willing and ready to «■dorse and earnestly work for aay scheme that is intended for the npboilding and strengthening of our town and oommunity. The plan now ad vanoed by the farmers mentioned and some of •or most prominent merchants is as follows: The merohanta in Caldwell aré willing and anxious to buy all t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

' > II t or til* flood Lord's Country. Why do wo uj that? Because we ootioo in almost every paper terrible disasters of the most seri- ous character done by cyclones and bail storms, literally destroying cities and crops everywhere. This is sufficient evidence of our obedi- ence to (4od. The Caldwel News Chronicle! Well, this is certainly the begin- ning of the millennium. When we see the lion and lamb lie down under we shadow of the same fig tree and lick salt from the same gourd, surely the resurrection morn is fast approaching. We aleo notice since she adorned herself in new apparel she not only im- proves in looks but feives us a much larger paper replete with the latest news. We believe we now have as good a paper as any county can boast of in this part of the state. Say, Mr. Editor, if you thiok you can wield nay influence over the Supreme Ruler, please offer up a petition for a refreshing oi rain. This part of the moral vineyard is getting very dry, al though our crops are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

iMSuta zülbika'r wooing. Frank Lmlie's Monthly. II i* a good fcw yean ago duet ooo April found mo quartered oft Paaharwor, lo India. Out on tho frontier, u moat of yon know, our oxtrau outpoata or* Miohni, Ab- «mí, and Bhubkudr, throe aa dreary apota aa a man conld ever hope to tee. They have not, aa I dare say yon know, a aingle re- deeming feature, being aoiitary mad buildinga which hold the polioe and native troopa who are «opposed to overawe the tribea* nan, and which, exoept the com- mandant and the doctor, don't offer many attractiona in the way of aooiety. Yon know what front- (er service in the old daya waa like. Forays by the tribesmen, and punitive expeditions by the Sirkar, carried to auch an extent that we almost realised the idea of "lJrankeome Tower," in the "Lay of the Laat Minstrel," and "drank the red wine through the helmet barred." You know the sort of life—rows with the tribesmen eternally springing up and dying down again in individual localities, while as a mat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

\n f Kaew His Owe Vain*. Before the war, in the daje of Uvery, a New York jeweler of a [prominent family, who oan be called Mr. XM had owing to him a hill of 1,200 from a reputedly wealthy family in the south. Time after time the bill who tendered, bnt there waa no response, and finally Mr. X., as he ohano d to have other business taking him be- yond the Mason and Dixon line, decided to oall a« ihe house of his debtor in Ne.r Orleans and eee if he oould get some satisfaction for hia olaim. On his art i val there he found that his debtor was in a bad way financially and had but' little money, although running an ex- pensive establishment. A propo aition waa made that Mr. X take in payment of his bill a negro named Jim, a vet y bright fellow and considered to be worth fall) $1,500. Jim was an expert horse- man, and through all hia life had been working in the stables of his master. Mr. X. was in a quandary. Hh abolitionist ideas prevented him from being a slave owner, but his natural ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 25 June 1897

■W, THE LOCAL NEWS. Hailwuv Time Card Northbound, .. Southbound... eorth . Br " DUtil P- m . ...19: %. m 8:41 u. n> §:M p. in 11:00 a. m . ...11:00 u. in H W. M. Stone'e baby is aftlll very dok. ChM, Lackey is viaiting in town fthls WMk. A. B. Cm, Jr., of Bryan, is in ftheeiftythfs week. Mi«s Bertha MoArthur visited Lexington thia weak. Mita Lottie Sima oi Rockdale ia Tisiting Mre. Jim Qray. Misa Annie Bowies waa in from Oook'a Poifct Wednesday. Louis Graamouck, of Brenham waa in (he city thia week. The board of equalization fin- ished its labors Wedneaday. Watermelons are now getting oheap in the Caldwell market. Mra. Lena McClanahan and ohildren are viaiting in Alvord. County Judje Banks has an ele- gant new blank caae in hia office. Miss Amanda Graham of Mil- ano ia viaiting Mra. Jim Gray thia week. Mra. C. T. Sanders left for Sealy Monday to attend her mother, who waa reported ill. E. Pollack went to La Grange last Salurday aa a delegate of the C. 8. P. 8. lodge. Be?. H. C. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

r¿«s*. #' * m Bp T,-1" . >r.v *«,$•; * •' * (mivnfff TP'" '''f ■ Pp v4 , ' •, ¡pl ,rti¿ . fj fe* «¡¡ • .i ; J VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1897. NO. 7. J. F. Cobb, J. P. Cobb. ¡Ma I i* 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 profi...

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

CALDWELL MWS-CHROMCLE. JOINKU. Kdimm avd Hhupribtomh The 1mm hair a woman has the time ii take* her to do it up. An echo is ths only thing that mb flimflam a woman oat of the i word. The trouble with a great many nan ia that thej oan't depend on what they ssy. Three years undisturbed pos- session of a setter dog will destroy mj man's veracity. Iíit is true that the olotbes Make the man. some men ought to «hangs their clothes. If a man is big and fat and able to Keep his mouth shut, he can Muff pearly anybody. The man who has a tendency to make an ass of himself, never for skill or material. The Fruit Falaoe at Tyler will open on July 14th and olose on J«ly 24tb. It is expected that there will be the brst attendance this year ever reoorded. Every decent man in Texas who It opposed to the rampant stelking •f murder snd rape ought to vote against the re-election of the pres- ent members of the court of ap- peals.— Riohmond Coaster. W* have received a very ex- oeedingly kind and magnani...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

I 1 I v y . Wffr A apodal in the Houston Post oí lost week told of tho determin- siioo and eflorts of Jndgo Gray, on* of tho diatrict jndgo* of Dallas «onntj, to obtain tho servleta of woll known bniinou men and oiti* ions,rather than tho hangers-on and "professionals" aa jurors in his oourt. This course of Judge Gray is one that should be adopted by the judges of ell the courts in the state end by the jury commUsion- ora. It will not be contended that our juries even generally repre- sent the best citizenship of the state. The best and most intelli- gent men in business and the trades are not those usually seen «upon the juries. These m<n too often, indeed, as a rule, shirk jury duty, and the courts obligingly as- sist them in doing so. The re- sult is that men who throw them- selves in the way as jurors are summoned to fill out the panels, or on the special venires, and a harvest ot mistrials, misfit ver- dlots or shameful acquittals is gathered. Tbe jury law steps in to aid in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

CALDWELL KKWS-CIIOMCLE, í* i R', ' K * JOINF.lt. RniTttiM ano f'RoraiRoi 1mu<h1 every Friday at Caldwell. Texa*. Entered til the Cnlrtwvll poatofllce Mu uve 1-c.liuM matter.' SUBSCRIPTION MTIIl Ynr M « Month* I 00 i Moutli AO CALDWELL. TKXAH, JULY S. l«r. , AND OTHER THINUS, TOO. We have raoeived numerous •empliments on our treatment last week of the new orop question, but oompliments not being what we are after, we are not satisfied. We shall not be satisfied with our work until it has accomplished the purpose which we had in view when we commenced the crusade s month ago. ▲a indioated above we shall now prove to our readers that not only aabbage and onions, but cucum- bers, muikmelons, watermelons, tsmatoM, English peas, beans, •weet corn and even dewberries ean be more profitably raised here than cotton. Our spaoe is altogether too lim- ited to go into the detailed manner •I argument which we used last week, but any one who is at all fcmiliar with the growth of tom- atoes, bea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

r B i r.i THE CITY WATER WORKS. Tfce PlMl Solution Of • Hu TreuMed the City TIm Wklck Following i« an extract from the oontract entered into on J une lit, between the city of Caldwell wad Thomas F. Hudson, the former receiver of the work*: Eighth. The rete of charges to the wtiiens of Caldwell for water from said system, heretofore adopted by the oouneil and now in force, shall remain in toroe during the existence of this contraot un- lets changed by the consent of both parties hereto, and it is here- by declared to be a part of this contract. And the said Hudson is to furnish water to any oitissn ot Caldwell upon payment in advanoe therefor in acoordanoe with the rates now in existence. Following are some of the rules governing the use oi the water: 6. Th« use of the hose for any purpose except livery stables is prohibited between the hours of 9 p. m. and 6 a. m., and no hose to be used except when held in the hand, the placing of hose by use of frames, sticks, crotohes of trees or...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

MWO OF THB RATTLERS. '■ W II San Bernardino, Cal., May 18.— Bvery one In thia looality knowa •boot Elmar Phalpi. Ha ia tha rattlesnake king of Southern Cali> lornia, and all qaaationa concern- ing tha habitat or waya of rattle- anakaa ara brought to him aa tha univwraally aoknowledgad author- ity in thia part, at leaat, of tha Goldan Stata of California. Ha Uvea in a log cabin, with a shake roof, away np at tha haadwatara of tha Lytla Craak Canyon, in tha Ban Barnardino apur of mountains of tha Siarra Madre range. Ha ia a queer old bachelor, and hia aole companion ia a green, gawky lad of 14 years, whom he adopted when the lad'a parents died, down In tha valley, tan yeara ago. The old man haa been a soldier in the union army, a trapper and a hun- ter. He had a aevere fall in San Antonio oanyon a dosen yeara ago, and ainoe that time he haa been a rattlesnake farmer exclusively, ainoe ha oan no longer endure the hardahlpa of a hunter's life. Ha not enly hunts rattleanakea on the mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

and I wan out =——==— "How fact doea rattlssiuke pois- on work in bum being * That depends on tha oondition the be- infia in and tha tima of year ha gota tha' poison sookad into hia veins. I've read a heap of slufi in hooka about thia rattier-poison business, and I know what I am talking about. For instanoe, there waa a plaoer minar that I knew perfectly wall. Ha waa Hank Ran- dall. He wa« leaning down to drink out of a spring of Water oyer atUanning, on the edge of the Mo- jaVe desert, a dosen years ago. A rattler lay ooiled under a manxan- itA bush, and he gave Hank an awful bite in the neck as Hank waa lying with bis head down drinking water from the spring. Well, Hank died in leas than two hours. His fellows said he waa loony with pain. Now, that was in the middle of September, when the long, hot summer had made the snake's poison stronger than usual. Two yeara ago last month< a tourist waa out getting geologioal apeoimens in Simpson's arroya, near San Bernardino, Btepped on a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 2 July 1897

■ 1• THE LOCAL NEWS. l^uilwuy Time Card* Northbound, . 11:56 p. m 11: a. a> Southbound :4I p. m •* I:IA a.id Eortb Freight 11 :.v . m ttUt " 11:30 ii. in visited mkter, Homer Lamkin it in Si. Louie Ibis week oo bosinees. Wot. Reeve* tad wife returned from Merlin last Sunday. Miss Luis Thompson visited friends in Brenbsm lest week. B. 0. Jennett will plesse eoospt oar thanks for itrors extended as this wosk. Mrs. E. P. Hatchings left Thars* dsj for Longview to visit her sis* tor of thet city. W. M. Stone's beby is consider- ably improved, but is still troubled With some fever. W. S. Bernett sod femily re* turned Monday from e two weeks' visit to Lampases. Mrs. F. W. Wood of Brenbem is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Reeves, this week. W. B. Summerville hes been oonfined with fever for several days bat is now up again. Miss Fannie Stone of Brenham is visiting the family of her brother W. M. Stone. Henry Miller, formerly tinner for A. B. Cerr, Jr., has accepted a position in Beaumont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

News-Chronicle. ■ VOL. XVIII. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY «, 18U7. NO. 8. 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, I3y 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 strictl> 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 have always...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 July 1897

THE NEWS-CHRONICLE. BUST 4 JOIN Eli. Kditou* amo I'uoruiKTOHH We always envy a fat man when we eee him laughing. There seems to be so much of him having a good time.— Coaroe C wrier. The Bolton cannery has put op •boat 400 oases of beans, is now patting oy 1100 osses of oorn, hopes to pat ap 1000 oases of tomatoes and an equal number of peaches this season. Advanoed women in Indianapo- lis are takini their ha's off in ohuroh. Great good will oome of this. It makes a way for poor women who have been kept away from ohuroh beoause they had no new bate to wear. Marriage is not a failure, but many marriages fail. Just now there seems to be an epidemic of husbands and wives leaving homes and ties, liut they are few com pared with the millions of hus- bands and wives who are true to duty and to one another. While a marriage ceremony was being performed near Danville, Va., a keresone lamp ilamed up and was about to explode when . the bride Beized it and hurled it through a window. The groom...

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