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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

bAxt positio tiio COiUIUUO ,nd Uiti Paeifie wwl: The promt Hawiiiia will probably set Cortil la Its re- port the absotats «unity of a cable line Unit tb* H t turn at w mui|roii ana w olulu. The csbU 1 ¡rs&¿RSRrSaft^ i jruvcrnneDt entcrpriss • • * .lo, < old«mith, a mnchinint, and 0. 1!. MoEwin, an electrician of the Oregon ore in Uiaaka as the guests of the former's mother, Mrs Fannie Goldsmith. They en- bated last May in the llllinois naval reserves and were so fort- una4 a to be «elected for duty on thf Oregon. Ill an interview, ■ mith gave several interesting with regard to that naval of the Union, which never : «o published. One of theae fact that the Oregon really •1 through the Spanish fleet tanking her memorable vov- ;nd the continent to help fcam whip the Spaniards. H'iiirred in the Cam bean Sea vicinity of the Windward One night the Oregon " ming along in total dark- avoid being leen, when wer« discovered on both Li her. Soon it wait found light* were ship* signal- i...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

m Mil NOTES. little lias noeived ft 1,000 bftlee of cotton. i, county judge of county, died the oth- and cotton were damaged extent by ft heavy hail and Comftnchie. i hail and heavy wind is r port- ing considerable dam- go to in Denton county. mi's cotton receipts in one •mounted to 46000 bales, is ft reoord breaker. Tldrty -three of the boys at the ftl school of the Chocktaw run away in a body. Bwy Colme hanged himself in Presidio county jail. He was «fcftiged with the theft of $13. George W. Littlefleld of Austin Imm purchased ft 5000-acre farm in lbs Pecos vftllev of New Mexico, $50,000 for same. In Kaufman county seven burns have been burned in two weeks, ftnd it to causing ft good deal of woi " titrable ftmong citisens an FH, 2 A cottage burned at 8herrnan, old mnn John Davis is sup- posed to have been cremated with it while endeavoring to get out «omo of his effeets. One of the motormen from St. boms who is helping to operate fee Waco stteet cars, was dragged his car Sunday an...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

The fact that «very year there are heavy loeeee in corn occm- tiioned by weevil make* the ad- vice upon the eubject given by Prof. J. H. Connell, director of the Texaa Experiment Station, valuable, and, juatat thia season, most timely. Prof. Connell aaya: First, gather the corn jaat aa noon aa it is dry enough to pnll from the atalk. Delay in thia respect given opportunity for the early weevils to eat the corn while in the field and hatch a large number of eggs under the very best conditions. Second, in storing the corn it must be either put away in a partially wet state or the crib must be ho arranged as to permit the use of carbon bisulphide -«high life — to protect the grain while in the crib from the weevil. It has been clearly demonstrat- ed by repeated trials that the ntoring of wet corn prevents in- jurious effects from the weevil bv reason of the fermentation and heat in the crib. A great many farmers take trouble to haul water and sprinkle upon of tight biaa a ad criba baa ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

Sfflrw Editor B A. Devore, o/ the Richmond (Ind.; Enterprise, re* cently published an article in which are catalogued all the ser vicea of the local paper, coupled with injunctions aa to how to help the editor thereof in return for the paper'a help. He says: «The paper has done fifty things for you, and ia only anx- ious to do fifty more. «It told your friends when your parents were married, and it an- nounced to the world when you were born. «It recorded the great events of your childhood: when you were lost as a wandering baby; when you bad the measles and scarlet fever; when you fell into the washtub and nearly drowned; when yon fell from the cherry tree and broke your collar bone; when you first started to school, and when you earned your first prize. «Later on it told how you had completed the studies of the dis- trict school, and how eloquently you recited your graduating ora- tion. «It told of your entering high school or academy; it told of your contests in baseball or tenni...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

ill liTiprUtiofi of Nun* Into IWnoii Bring on ti Trouble. TEN DUO. TWENTY WOUNDED. (Of TtfUMV Yirdeu, III., Oct 14.—Ten dead, one fatally wounded and twenty - Ave carrying gunshot injurie ot g more or lee serious character, is thr result of Manager Fred Luken's determination to run the Chicago Virdcn coal mine in his own way, tod the counter determination of he strikers not to permit non-un- ion men to operate the plant. In s battle, fierce and «harp, and attended by an unusual num- ber of casualties, the miners oatuc into contract with tha men who are supporting the operators and drove theia from the town, but at a cost which makes the victory a bitter one- His of the striker* were kiiied by the superior weapous of the srwwl guards, while three of the gusrdi. two on the train which eonveyed them there, atul one within the stockade, lost their lives. Oh - innocent man, a Chicago ck-u tivf, who came here to guard Üj- Chtcigo aud Alton switch, was shot down at the fire, am) a who was ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

>"ii .¡¡SBS ■■'■M' '■■"&'■ ' women of tke Philip w a role, excessively engaging creatures, figure , accentuated by of their garment#, , languishing eye , shaded If lashas and luxuriant hair. This last it the glory of the Philippine , says a writer in tht Chica- la long, rich, thick, made both by the care bestowed [Hand its frequent anointings eoooanut oil. Often, too, it and washed with lemon and oil, which has been made it by infusions of odorifcr- tlowers. Some of the women j r it hanging down their hacks, unadorned, while others, <y the matrons, build it up In a kind of coil or knot, held by a golden comb and ornamented by fins, or very frequently adorned by a bright, fragrant flower. They eéorn bonuets or hats, but i unce for dress alten throw a handkerchief overj 1 he married or *38 la $80. Whoa emboridered a scarf of pina sometimes costs as much as $150. The moat important industry that the women ot the Philippines are engaged in is tobacco. In the making of cheroots...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

nmnnm people you know ** *•■■■■■ 1 people' I q\ v. Murray went to Dalla Saturday on l>u inc . J. I). Rudd, of Calvcrt« visited friends in the city Tuesday. Haync Shannon, of NavaMota, visited friends here Monday. II. C. Burnett, of Somerville, visited his family here Sunday. tfev. Washburn, of Dcanville, was in town yesterday afternoon. T. ( • Hilliard. of Hookerville, gave us a pleasant call last Mon- day. l)r. Neely and wife spent last Saturday in Caldwell visiting rel- atives. Clyde Farmer is now handling the yardstick and scissors at Cobb's. David Dlack, of Chriesman. was on our streets yesterday af- ternoon. K. K. l>ick, of Merle, was a Rev. M. O. Add ton, formerly of Caldwell and reí ted to acvcral of our citizen , died at hia home in Kulogv, Bosque county, on the night of Wednesday, October 12, of paralysis, at the advanced age of 78 year . N. S. Hill, of the firm of Hill A Co.. plumber , of Waco, spent Tuesday and Wedneaday in Cald- well on buwine . Hill A Co. put in s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

m w;- m 3#; 5 V:í tv. m* % riwetz Rust & Joiner, WE PRINT newspapers, pam' phlets, catalogues, briefs. blanks, cou* pon books, notes, mortgages, letter heads, note heads, bill heads, cards. envelopes, and all kinds of printed supplies. x X X XWE print everything.*; K 71 rjM 1*Uk ^ y mi mi m* mi mi kLlétiá WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT- ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYLISH WORK, WE WRX BE SURE TO GET ITAAAWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BEST^WAAAWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERS. A A A A A A mi mi mi mi mi mi mi tm mi m* m* kííéC WE PUBLISH twe CALDWELL NEWS,CHRONICLE, THE LARGEST AND BEST WEEKLY PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN BURLESON COUNTY. CONTAINING THE IN* TERESTING NEWS OF THE CITY. COUNTY. STATE AND WORLD AT LARGE. A A AAA i I Printers AND Publishers * i P# 3^5 71 mi mi m& mm Caldwell, / * Texas. mi mi i: 5: t s jnfi iji iji ill i|i iji tji iji iji ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

MARK! After month of experimenting and investigation, entailing the expenditure oí many thousands of dollars. A. G. Winter, superin- tendent and chemist of the Marsden Development company, whose main plant is in this city, aaya he has solved the problem of the cornstalk as a commercial and manufacturing commodity, na Vs a Rock ford (111.) correspon- dent <>f the New York Journal. A* n result of his nearches and experiments, paper, cardboard and newspaper stock of the finest quality are now being manufac- tured fr« m corn shive*. and the discovery is expected to revolu- tionize the paper manufacturing business of the country. The department of agriculture at Washington has carefully watched the experiments of the Marsden Company and Prof. H. W. Wiley, chief chemist of the department of agriculture, is lines of paper that are now offered. «Of course, tbe secret ¡a oura, and while it is n&t such a secret after all, all I have to say is that no company in the world can manu- f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 October 1898

news uno. Stories of tl)« Str«ot —Quite a number of yoang folks enjoyed themselves at Aunt Sallie Hill's last Friday night —W. B. Silliman says business has been unusually good in his line during- the past few weeks. He is even selling lumber before breakfast some morjiings. —Quite a severe sand storm seems to have covered the whole county last Sunday evening1. Some localities report rain, but mostly a light shower like that in town. —Mashed fingers and Sunday school words were very much in evidence yesterday morning, through the medium of the gay and festive stovepipe and the tricky stepladder. —The Hudson buildings are rapidly getting the appearance of real buildings, as the roofs are now beiag put on. The brick work is nearly completed and the building-s will certainly be an or- nament to the corner which they adorn. —A sad death is reported from Milano, being that of a child of Dave Baurnore's, who died last Tuesday night from hvdropho* bia. The child was bitten sev- eral times,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER ÍTlíÑaT NO. 24. I PROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j NIX. Hix. Text*. October 24. EIMTOKH N KWH-CM honICI.K: Alter an absence of a week, *ve again come with a few things for the N i WS-CKRONICt K. Cotton in this part of the coun- try in just about mil gathered antl Mid. There in not near as much held for higher prices an usual. Some of the farmers are through gathering corn; others arc gath- ering. but the bulk of it is in the field yet. There was a slight frost or two last week, and as a conse- quence potato digging i the ol- der of the day. Health is very good in thi* im- mediate vicinity, but we learn that in and about Rita there is considerable sickness, especially typhoid fever. Rev. J. W. George went to Gause Saturday to till hi* regu- lar appointment. Tom Porter and Mrs. Ingram went to Yellow Prairie Saturday. All of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

HMBHIY Or TEXAS MOVES. The total matriculation of stu- dents in the academic and law de- partment of the tdiversity of Texas to date is 5 *4. At a Him- broad culture, but an original thinker and investigator aa well. A recent iaaue of the New York Mail and Express contains a two- column revietv of his latest arti- cle, entitled «botching Shake ' Jlar date of the past session the. pcare. The writer warmly enrollment reached 44o. showing ¿ommends Prof. LiddelPs views a net gain in these two depart- wenta of f>4 students. The en- rollment for the present session will undoubtedly pass the 600 fluark before June next. The in- crease in attendance has been •«nade in the face of more exact- ing entrance requirements, both «a the law and literary depart- anents. A larger number of stu- dents failed to pass the entrance ■ examinations than for years. The percentage of increase of male students is ten per cent.; of female students, thirty per cent. This notable difference in the at- tendan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

iflí v? *$ r • ü f The Spiritual Man. BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Kcar nothing ho much as sin. XXX "te very real revival starts in the homes. It i* in vain that we look to any pressure in the pulpit to bring about a revival so long as there is backsliding and indiffer- ence al home. XXX They told us if we would bring the saloons back we would have prosperity. We have the saloons in full force, but where is the prosperity'' XXX Wc have not always agreed with (iov. Hogg in his politics, or his rhetoric, < r his etiquette, but we do most heartily indorse his sensible words in his recent speech here at Caldwell on dress reform. Those who arc not able to afford tine clothes ought not to wear them, as a mere matter of honesty. Those who are able to afford them ought not to wear them, out of consideration for the feelings of the honest poor about them. You deck your chil- dren out like an ostrich, and they become vain and supercilious, and more than that, you hurt and hu- miliate some other ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

KMMMOMCLE J JOmn. fdftort and ProprfHrt. In the Caldwell pnsUifllc* aa kc natter. Issued Every Friday Morning. aSveSTtSIN* RATI . Display ad* one Insertion twenty cent Sir IbcIi; two Insertion* Uiirty-Hv - cent IT lack: <mv mouth aUty crut jht inch. «¡ra Mofean ratea aeven and nnvlwlf centa per jrst Inaeriton and Uve ceuta jut Hue subsequent Inaertlon. arles, carda of thauk and notices of _Jnments fiwu for reildoiia. iducu- or churttablc purpiiac at half r«?*u- Lm W l ímcwi J notices of all klnd< 1100 per hundred ■rat Inaertlon uud -V) cent p -r bun- ord> each subaequt-ut iuaertlon. Positively no reduction above rates. Ill be made NtWH-Cpamuci.r de«lre< a corres- t at every jpoatotlW In the county, exchange will furutah the paper, «ta* j and postage free. WI!I lie pleased to aw;—pond with any one on the aubject. auaacaiariON nana: Tsar Months .. Mont us hm i« ao "IN HOC SIGNO VIXCES." Caldwell, Tex., Friday, Octobcr 28. .-/ BLOW AT TRl'STS. Waco Times-Herald. The decis i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

ir: 'She following is part of an ad- dress delivered by FoUee Judge j H. Elli«, of Denver, on "Va- grancy" ! .«The statutes of our stole pro- vide that any person able to work aud support himself in some boueet and respectable calling who shall be found loitering or stroll- ing about, frequenting publio plates, or where liquors are sold, begging or lesding an idle or pro- fligate life or not hairing visible niNkns of support, shall be deemed a vagrant, etc. «•The ordinancee of the city of Denver provide nearly half a hun- dred definition* of vagrancy, which, if rigidly enforced, would include many members of our so- called good society, tho«e who lead a,j idle, immoral and profligate course of life. Wit! thin phase I «hall not treat in Unit discussion, because this su-oalled society has aot m nght the oourt over which I preside for an enforcement of the |aw agaiuet this ola.* of offender —thr society vagabond. 4 My experience as a police mafrU!rate of the city of Denver vents •, otd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

is man of the first Tíim were discharged at Jack the other day. ue is to have a cotton Enterprising business men is an assured fact. ii Houston George DeMoss shot killed M. Part ira. a traveling nan from Albany, N. V., for lting his wife. Six of the loading reailroads catering Fort Worth have agreed «pon a site for a new uuion depot It will cost $150,000. The local option election for Holland and Post Oak districts in Bell eountv last Saturday resulted u a majority for the wets. Jno. B. Shaw, the Cleburne ■nrderer who recently escaped and Hi recaptured, is to be tried on a .«fearge of lunacy on Nov. 14. Charle Griffin, charged with the murder of Charles Blalock at Hooston on September 18, has been given a twenty-five year sen- tence. The Texas Drug Company, wholesale, was burned out at Dal- laa. Lose on stock and building about $200,000. They resume business. Mrs. Annie Smythe of Dallas has filed suit against the H. & T. C. for injuries sustained in the Chambers creek wreck. She...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

rnoM the iait tdus awn. KPITOM Nkwb-CM«ohici.E: The policy of a wine man m to remain quiet when he htm noth- ing to Hay, but the practice of an «Ichabod in to Hay much when he ought to be quiet. Verbonity ¡h the lieHettinfc sin of the present generation. «Running at the mouth* addn more to the sum to- tal of human miner y than war, famine or pestilence, liut we correspondents arc not to blame; thr editors have been so generous in allowing uh npace and privi- lege that we have acquired an im- pudence and appetite for «being seen in print that can't be over- come. So as long as the Nkws- Chkonici i follows in my wind- ing wake, like a hound pup after a cotton-tail, and the editors don't manifest a disposition to include me among the «paid up sub- scribers, 1 shall continue to re- verberate my truculent thun-ur through its columns. The revival held here by Joe Jones, and which ended last Sun- day. was very successful in many respects. His lectures were fill- ed with practical philosoph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 October 1898

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