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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

I PEOPLE you know ln^n n. Hit WW- Homer Lainkin wa* in town Monday and Tuesday. b« kn: To Mr. and Mrs. John BoMR*vai.R.Tes.. Ike. 7. klmtons NKWg.CHHONK'I.K: Last Sunday night at about 12 o'clock the tie plant whistle gave the alarm of fire, which proved to be Mr. Davis' chimney. No jjjni ik. last Sunday morning, a serious damage wa done. *on. Pr. A. C. Calhoun, of Lyons, was m the city a few days this week. T. V. Murray went to Hous- ton thin week, to be absent sc\- eral «lays. M. I ton. tins week. hokn: To Mr. and Mrs. Cireen Woma.'k, Jr.. of Houw- ('asper Landolt, Jr., is now clerk at the depot, having re- lieved Mr. Mcl'ollum who re- turned to his home at Iximpas^.s Saturday. Bee Martin is now behind the • . . counter at the store of R. A. (111(1 sec tncm. Brantley, Jr. Jledi * + * ♦ * Collection of Christmas Presents are now on exhi- bition up-stairs and you are cordially invited to call , i Dr. Bledsoe was in Brcnham spent a lev nuvs iu town Mondav. Mr. livers was on the sick ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

I* .. rr.r- K UJItt tMKV STCaV. MíttitU*, <h>! *'n i«* * 1«> v\ ¡earti} • vour r>#, u. t¡«ai Hix.T * Vovrmt r 21*. ' ' i i ...,• i viiu iitiu ti i >',i and lo ' 't-iiuii* *U.WMNkw,Cm,,-,c,,: > £ * _ ,ti J hav A.u Attcr several coM, rainv, mud-J ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1Vv.,Mti,,IWc,.v 4y, dkatrreenblo davs. we are i d u¡txvn x i iUmc j havingsnmomoro m-v xxoathei. ^ . |¡ivi>! ^ ¡ with indications that it may re- ^ ^ ^ wjnlcr ^o .m main so for some time. „r some . a • ,i.ms hoxine t nv.u- ThecrO|.uils..s ,s ju-t abouti ntd ^ ^ vwi| U| lhi. |OU(. a thin# of the pa*t as tar as xvjods t u. „.;h or lo ¡, , (U. gathering' and marketing .-on- ¡ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ h ^ ^ rtf rned' onlv ¿1 lew ^tríiirirlitij¿" * . cermn, onn h*, ach, and «.it u-red vou under mx bales of cotton remain t-i taunt • ... wines . t s a lien Iocs net <i.n .i and disturb the meditation of the poor farmer as ho tries to forget ^ ^ ^ that he ever had anything todo K')U^ ' /• .i. „.l vestcil dI ail with the bringing « ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

•er to ttternitju Th^ both wcj.t ■t bit grave and buried Uyetber their hopea and their hearts. They nit now clone together kilence. tn S0UN9 «mm. wnmua season tmmmm. LiviNi'.HTuN, Tes.. Nov. 27. e„rri,HS NHWg-l'HUoNicm: 'Phi* nian who can and will tivb¡«.tk' i* a UIeHHÍ||f to thiH oM yorn* 'Ut QIC II til I'll1 my oi tb< ha _ . giorninjf. in the failure ui women itorH ,n a «*tory while Mark will 10 in' endowed with the proper 1X0,1 *sc *° ^,c fullest that «co- , hinery for whistling. I will hcsivo P°wer of plunder. igiercKU to aq^' well populated county that *o«M fev«aa much more in Huch an enterprise; be- aides exempt uch «factory from tafea for tei ye rf, u I RQMAifcg oy A mra mrny ot Uu s«|Mt « • At the close of the battle of the Telierotya 1 was riding from the am aware tfeat there arc some1 bn«lg« toward our aniap when a to invent thin money.' W hat could ! bore a mas&ive shield with a coat-of- ma it be invested in that would prove mare beneficial I the people- rejiiu c w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 9 December 1898

WT' YEARS OF SUCCESS! 0 ft Our twelve years of success is proof enough that we do business right. < >ur yearly gains in sales make it doubly sure and never losing a customer after they once get a taste of our prices and methods, make it triply sure. There is a big effort being made by our neighlmring towns to pull the trade that legitimately belongs to Caldwell, but their efforts are in vain. T 1. IHcBÍI ^ ^ C "1 it but to be disappointed. Their "Cheap John" f^iff Raff Goods Catch Only the "Suckers. 99 fpIT w «tor'I g0< ■ like abou Ml fiftitl Sun I MÍ MI la-' I Nil Un v.lill C ' None of these towns have letter stocks of goods, no more polite clerks, no better store service, nor any lower prices than we have. Note a few of our prices below and compare them with "Mr. Anybody's." STAPLES. Arlington cotton check* and plaid , 2c. Harmony and Lodi sheeting, prints, 2.Sc. El Dorado dre*s style*, print*, 2Hc. Full «tandard dress styles, oil red*, indigo blue*, Simp- sons and Americ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

■wjíwfp \ SIXTEEN PAGES, Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. <M K AIM IS THE tiNKATEBT 0KNKKIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OK BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1898. NO. 31. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j1 v 014NVIIII. IK 12. ®i>n \Vc «tor in. |l| * > \ il.i.l.. 1'cs.i >hs nkws-cmhonu i.i • have had a lowly hiiow- We hardly ever have any sn-.w lu re, and it in. K«-^ u* 1 *-<*1 likt1 wi' are somebody to t 1 k about it. Miss l'earl Watson, of Hogg. visited Miss Ida May field last Sunday. Mrs. Webb. • >1 Bird song, visited V|rv Ike Addison several day* last week. Misses Kin ma and Mavufie < lil- Un* and Imal'orter were pleasant callers in our vit\ last Sunday evening. Mrs. Ht'oadwcl! and Laura Wil- kinson went tot aldw ell shopping last Wednesdav. Mrs. 1 na h'owland pent a few davs viwiting relativ <-s and friend * in t'enter Point this week. Joe ConnoU made .i plea-ant trip to H< gg last Sunday. Mrs. Houston and Mrs. Moses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

Educational Notes- xxxx BY PROF. C. JAMES. This perhaps will be the most beneficial anil instructive paper yet prepared by me. as it is en- tirely clippings. * Questions and Answers. W48MNGI0N NEWS iETTOI. Washington. D. C.. I>ee. S. koitomk nkwü-1'HKOMCI.K: There is little or nothing in Mr. McKinli v's annual message i to congress, long as that docu- ment is, that indicates with any degree of certainty, what policy the pupil has just learned. Or he intends to pursue toward the go and observe at the Chicago j Philippines. I his indicates that normal school, where a very sim- ple theory underlies what is, per- haps, the truest educational work that is being done anywhere in I the world. I want to improve my teaching. | In my school I am troubled a I have heard that there is nothing great deal bv the pupils cutting so practical as a good theory, j (>IT the ends of matches that snap What do you think of Herbartian when lighted or stepped on, and pedagogics? A great many | scatter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

t h The Spiritual Man. i XOYS! DOLLS! axxxa: BY REV, JEFF D. RAY. ^fha' Church Membership Implies, to be offered perpetually by the ... ,. ! followers of JenuM. The world' ,. Church membership implies redemption is delayed by Christ- regeneration. No man ought to ¡ans who ma|. thc sacrifice , be willing to keep his name on a Heujs|, netfiect to take part in it. church book who knows himself | ^ Jn yo(|r pIaoe every time. lobe unconverted. le church Your presence gives life to the ¡h not the place for a man who preachcr. Your face helps him merely wants to be saved. 1'he ,nore lhan you can eycr k(JOW church is the plaie f< i a man who Your faithfulness strengthens in already saved. the grip of Christ upon your com- 2. Church membership implies munity and haHtcns th'e coming g i hanged life. 1 hat ihutili is t|f lrlcn age. ('. /:. fcfftr- doomed to a speedy death whose Sft/i membership in their manner of >>>>><«•<< living van not be distinguished j (¿od is o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

NEWS-CHRONICLE. mr * jomen, editors and *«>* «■*. E«tere<l in tl •• Caldwell p>i*io8lee a uc * niatti r. Intucil Ffcry Friday Mi>rnlti£. Wiirscription Hate- óse Year HU Mr Hit Ilk y mr M MlH 'I Two Mmiili- §1 SO VI Caldwell Texas. Ti: av. 1 lecember 1<> The La die*' Cemetery Society hah finally decided on anil ar- ranged the program of the con- cert to be given Thuraday night. Dec. 2* , at Jannett's opera house. SOMERMIU lit-PRI SERVING PUNI. A Vm> Important Tailor in the Business of the CounO D.'<wribed. On Tuesday evening last the writer decided to 4ake a long de- ferred trip to Somerville and in- spect the tie and lumber preserv- ing plant at that place. While there is probably hardly anyone in Burleson county who does sot know of such a plant ex- isting atSomerville. still we don't suppose there are over half a «tacen of our readers, outside of Somerville. who have any ade- quate conception of the enormous amountof work turned out there. gines, dynamos, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

!¡SwM ■ ¿gj Tbea Ittk a* Cic«rti¿a O SMthcra luii m INI fAMOS* CONGRESS. Nltll M la ti Upa Star. Nculu laM. Tlir last day'a session of tha Karuicre' Congress at Fort Worth ««• s brief una and devoted al- hm i entirely lo bu iue*s and lis- tening to an adrices on American nt*:. i «rvicp on Americau ship* by Koproscntative Candare of Mu--*<hu etla. John (i. Av ery ,.f Msssacliuwtts uas elected irfü-iiriT |>io tein. in the absence of Mr. Spaulding and will act till tin- election of ollirír next year. J. I' Todd of <• niltri«* was elect- ed vire president for Oklahoma and «I. I*. ¡Stewart v. in elected to the same jiostioii for 1 llin* ie*. ••'I'lift Development of tho West," a paper. ira- t< have l eeu read hy Mr*. Ada M. Kw'iag of l>e* Mi * «" , la , hut owing to the time for I ! • excursion having ir-] me i it wa« ordered printed in III' proceeding. About IUO |>er- ruttt >fl over the t Vutral in ten ruiu b'<< for lloiiffton ami other |m ,f t«. Nearly all th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

M •v'iBi . .+• - V' •«! i iM ••IIU • natract call* for ¿Ml ear- lou.la. Til m M ill <*ost him. iu- elu ling freight per «ar. or HIV I toy WiN Cmvchc at Itlaad Mi Jaaaary. Will CANTALOUPE RAISING. A Nrty MM f*Mi as Hm I4|ki Say m Mmk far a N| Crap *•*« hww to MgM. Lit* (ilwk (MfMlitl. Irgil enact went, u baa often been demonatrated. ia not n pan- acea for all human woe , and the mntivuccluatloniete of Kngland have alreudv dlworwd that ihv legislation which they recently welcomed us the end of all their troubles ia likelv to nrove a Jioo'i far from priceless. Though the benighted fanatic who acorn pro feet ion airalnat smallpox can ware the fliinw rait of a "«-on- acientiuua acruole" in the vaeel K«|>« Lilly Feeding Exper manta ' ? ««• Being Comlucted There at (he Suggtsliou of the Texas j Live Stock Association," discus-¡ altog . ther There (i|y; sion led by Prof. J. II. Connoll|abuitt MO eiitp-i ¡u m i ai'. These of College Stutl u and Marion ci'ute* hold at least forty cautas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

■ • •• ■ ' - ft . "'■ ?■$& * '■ f • ' g SENATE nesoLUTiow that phot est aUAINUT IMPimALIttM. rirt-.- Mm* Im HmrJ-l <*• ^it >!•••. (Mtmitwi «• All !'• **• Ik* ot «Mil* I l^a Nu«ri|W Bill. Wu*' ngiuu. Ilw«lbb r W.-Tlw wn- aU, « itMik up the leading mat- „.i* dlscuaelna «I Hi: «hurt sen- „,.i. mt iwllcy of imperialism (or i«r- riu r; cxpausion, ne it i softeued by 411(1 the Naca rag u* cau:il, bolt .: which ***ui to be fuuglu ,(Ul a:i a tMftMiM of ooit parJMii*lilp; ¡¡„ n * <-' practically no fwriy Hi '# in th, «un* 1 diocusaiou, «! «• dUfcreucc ly- ¡ug u. divergence of means to the •in. administration forces are not 4«it0f much w'ih "** Imperialistic pol- wr juft wow. ami tin* up.iuiieiHs of ii, t n-heine* are by fur the mu«t ac- 1,*, The party Hue* are not closely drawl* 4ikI democrat and republican* ASUtllifC *ldc by «Me against dem- ocrat* and republican*; aud the matter « aoiucwliat ntfxad at there art' advo -.tie , of taking everything possible, of <utl> taking...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

CakUsll, Twta , I**' IVHY miDAV MOttNINtt TO WAIT. Parmer Blifkian Gave Swe Good Ad. vic3 (o a Rich Young Man. bloat nan oiten make* tbi moat ag rnurb. rap from a policeman'* club la >t for tbe wise. A loquaoloua friend I often woraa aa a diacreet enemy. Tbe wane-ablfter U the principal te- lar In many moving aceaea. The argument of action it more con- vincing than thtt of worda. "I'nea*y lien the root that wears a aaya a dentist's victim. m E ■ aw1;'" The bewhlshered old humbug Is •oro popular than the barefaced lie. Art may be long at times, but it's usually too *hort to make both ends have tutita thai will «nit oa a you. A uotuble aociety affair waa lite "Whoea make are they?" in- of Mlas Ksther Nicholas quiwl ill. «1.1 num. ... o|M-mu|i! d „ foopM, wlii. il took the gate, ho paused by the wagon i . • . '1 . . •'Milie," replied Luke, with an I P,ttw iu 4 Kpitcopal « air of pardonable pride, ••«ml I Brunswick. N. «I. challenge any coo^ier to limit ¡ |'|u, linde comet from re- t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

Ill lf r P i' M d H, R: a1 We mw did; bn we km the clothing at this rime di« year so covered with draff that it lonked aa if it I town out in a regular anew- Aa the aumner aun wenld ink the falling enow ao will fiers Hair vigor melt thoae take* of dandruff in the eeelp. It goes further than this: it presenta their formation. It haa still other properties: it will restore color 10 gray hair .n Juat ten ttmea out of every ten ceaee. And it does even more: it feeds and nouHahes the roota of the hair. Thin hair becomea thick bair; and short hair ba- comea long hair. We have a book on the Hair and Scalp. It ia vours, lor the eafcing. It yna 4 mi *1) the mxflii •M fi.4n < • •>( tl • V I*. ". trU( IU >««l r II Kr..'«kif ItlW I* MSM 4lWr Hf f-«> i •Ml IIHH •*«•* Wf M <MI| r* —ft t • «aw ring on her much rid foment e teai'bera that the lind blajr. the bare a Tfslsa to atoa «tower. Railroad oAoials claim tbat It Is vary expensive to run tbeir eipreiM traína, and ara talking nbo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

HATES THE JEWS , irtl Diunont, tlie Jew Baiter of Prance—Sees Only Evil Where Hebrews Are in Question—The Greatest Power in Paris. HE oihor day when (I i «orders were go- ing on In the streets of Paris an Inter* eated spectator waa Edouard Drumont. the editor of La Libre Parole. He is Prance's champion Jew bait- er. He is heading the movement ¡ t a reopening of the Dreyfus Where other people see a nigger second, that every man that I. Edouard Orumont hate is of Abraham's seed. It is not remarkable, therefore, that he has a keen nose for a Jew. His scent, In truth, is often so sharp, that it car- ries him miles away on a false trail. If you believe him. you will conclude that all the sorrows of the world sprang from the Jews. Who waa Paris, the shameleas cause of the Trojna war. but a villainous Hebrew, stealing the fairest maiden of the Ayran Greeks? And thus he drags you through the Im- memorial recorda; thus he discovers i every woodpile, M. Drumont sees a I that every crime which...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

mmmwmm Mr. flngietou— Palling to love Is coaaenae. II ímm1 follow that fal- low woo't do II. «II (ha mm. I was very oaar doing ll myself, ooca upoo a une. fho had a way of loohiug down when you woro talking to bar tod of looking up whan aha waaa'l looking down. Ab! dlferent girl bavc dlf- Irreal Unas. Kara was the domesticat- ed. "Ton ronlly moat try this «alad. Mr. MnglatoB," bar mother would say; ' Loulao Made It." Or. "Do bave an- uí her place of Louisa' pie; the dear girl will be ao disappointed If you do not appreciate her cooking." Aa tor Louisa's pastry—well, It need- ed no preealng. If I bad started the courting buatneas seriously and gone there every evening I abould bave be- en ne a conftrmed dyspeptic, to irre- sistible were Its attractions. Unfor- tunately we are so constructed that we like everything that Is not good for u*. and I . But I an dlgresalng. Also. I ¿misa waa singularly scconplUhed ai sewing. Putting oo a couple of but- toos waa nothing to her. I found You n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

N O r UDGET Collection of Cholee Witticisms, Original and Selected. T*ni*t TkM r Tampa. months !'*• spent In Tampa, vlwrt the luscious hurd-tack grown. • wondrouü fryit. dear alater. which fact ev'ry soldier Itnuwa. it grows—please P*m Hw butter.- growa In Tamps, aa 1 aaid- w! >uat n few potato**' Mother, won't you paaa th* bread! i*s another curious product of that muat peculiar land. Tla the pis tree, where the pork bloom* —Mother! thla steak's Just «rami: this pin tree-Mother! aay. thla home-made pickle's all O K! *• you all about our caesp life? <*er- tainly—pleaac paaa the bread' Well, we got "P I" 'he mornlnt; and at night we went to bed. 4Ph«n. aometlmea. we— Slater! help me to another piece of steak! Ysa. and then, again, we—Mother' what lint gravy you can make! Did *( have (rood meal at Tampa? Yes, indeedy—In a horn! ®Mt the land afforded—glstef! give me one more ear of corn! Heal down there were so delightful that I—Mother! pour the tea! 'fto delightful that—Say. sis...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

i PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I Ip-^ninmaf ?■'.wxwQ.w.t}" limner LaniUin wa* in town a day yi- two this week. MLottii i. wnkin wuh visit-. ¡,,j. hi lirenliam t'*. or three dav s Ird-uuk. j J,ii Rowland -nil J. I'. Her rev I went Lv>r.s ,,n<' Joinerville' thi- wvek. pi .1. II. Jenkin* spent Hcveral ,la\- in Hartb* . in Went Texas, thi- week. Will McArthiu returned Mon-t ,la\ It-iin a sh >• * trip toBrenham ano 11 iddings. Miss Lillian Murray returned ( Tuesday from .i thrn week ' x isit to t «eorgetov.n. \V. R. Surmnervdh went to J Somcrvillc Tursdav evening i« r two or three w< • ks' work. Mrs. \Y. T. Huberts returned Wednesday lio n a two or three months'stay in West Texas. Bokn: To Mr. and Mrs. J.,,ub I'moU, last I'Vtday, December *♦, .i daughter. Both parties doing well. Will K- returned last week (rom liii tiMiid. u'.i.r. he has been emp! • vim! in a phot"- Rraph gnll<*rv. M:s- Nijrri líroiddu w.-nt t<i C i i v er t V> i<¡n. ndav with tiu Kudd-Stvurt v ddmg partv bu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

Hix. Ten*. December 12. KDITOKS NKW8-CHMOKICI.K: Now that the Pari peace cora- mittsion haa practically concluded its labora, and reached an agree- ment whereby peace is an as- ttured fact between the I'nited States and Spain, the former country finds herself the posses- nor, either in a direct or indirect way, of considerable territory for- merly owned and governed by the latter. Of course, it has been a fore- gone conclusion ever since the signing of the peace protoeol that Spanish sovereignty over Cuba would be relinquished and Porto Rico would be ceded to the United States, but as to the Philippines no one knew what would be the result. Ever since the memorable bat- tle at Manila the eves of the world have been upon the United States, watching with an ever jealous eye every move made by this country in the Philippine question. The uppermost thought in the minds of many of our best thinkers has been, what will be the attitude of the government toward her new possession? What shou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 16 December 1898

IN DEFENSE OF THE PEOPLE. WAYS AND riEANS. In tin' 1" rlettds of Our ( nun' riiriuigh t lit' del ion of I lie Nutionul Demo ciatie < nmiuilti i In iiitiliTkijiiifil liuvi Im'i'Ii npjtitiiit«*«l a committee 011 tvuyu iiml un anh to begin nuil . now. for tlx i ¡it.ipuigii of 1110(1, uutl desire to I stoie t|ir following uddnto. upon tin- work we liu*e undertaken: Money 1" mei-i i*\iie tines is ii> nrcniury in securing Justice for the people in ihr trial* of greiit political itsiia-s lie fore Ilie jury of tlie whole people, as itit 111•' - •!•> the ease i.f a liti^fiiiit securing ¡i fair und impartial hearing before ,i fiiurt nii*I jurv hi tin- latter ii stnnce a suitor without money la unable to implo.* eoniiM'l of idillity. take neeileil di | i>.sition*. and mnkeother legitimate |,ri'|mrntlomi requiring the espemliture of money; nnd when thus ■Itunted.jlf by .i wealthy ailiersari In fi iju.■ 11 \ f;ills in wcurlug justice by be- hi;; unable to fairly i«iui fully present l...

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

TWELVE YEARS OF SUCCESS! Our twelve years of success is proof enough that we <lo business right. Our yearly gains in sales make it doubly sure and never losing a customer after they once get a taste of our prices and methods, make it triply sure. There is a big effort being made by our neighboring towns to pull the trade that legitimately ludongs to Caldwell, but their efforts are in vain. Too many have tried it but to be disappointed. Their "Cheap John" F^iff F^aff Goods Catch Only the "SucKers. Xone of these towns have better stocks of tfooils, no more polite clerks, no better store service, nor any lower prices than we have. Xote a few of our prices below and compare them with *4\lr. Anybody's/* STAPLES. Arlington cotton check* and plaids. 2c. Harmony and Lodi sheeting. prints, 2Sc. El Dorado dress style*, prints, 2'vC. Full standard dress styles, oil reds, indigo blues. Simp- son? and Americans, silver grey* and black* and whites. 4c Bronson C, yard-wide domestic. 2,4 c. Mont...

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