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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

That Nflfltartf Man fata frea WMar«i [inwk WAS 10 K P/U RAIMAD MEN. !m «• sf lick Imj Mlsslag. The Well -Fargo Express com- pa or i« out packsgs that con- tained $60,000. The money wu «out from Houston to Ban Anto- nio bjr the Southern Pacific Hall- way company and consigned to Pay ma tot Tudor to pay the em- ploye* of the railway a* far west at* El Paso. At the San Antonio agency of the express company it wait turned over to the moiiey wagon driver for transmission to the Southern Pacific depot. The drivor * turto i toward the depot and that was the last seen of htm. Not returning within the usual ime the paymaster was tel- ephoned. The reply was Heeler had not been to the depot. Next day late an old colored man ar- rived at the express o Hire with the horno and wagon, which lie said he found while hunting five miles *e*t of that city within half a mile of tin- Southern Pa- cific railway track. A wurrant wan «worn out charging Heeler with enil>exzl«ment. The express company ha- ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

Caldwell, it ruoAT Mouno. A Ml Is • MMTOUS to t •Mia to oorrsct It fault vbM hi Ki Imi people put on air* while other* whistle them. The gathering together of the dáñe- la* flake* result* in s snowball. It's a wiae pedagogue thst pour Whale-oil on the troubled waters. The greatest mystery of some board- lag houses Is how the boarders stand tt people's prospects are so flne that It is almost impossible to ilnd Fltssimmons now hss the reputstion of "the only honest pugilist," but whst will he do with it It sometimes happens that when a nan is reslly known by the compsny ha keeps she prefers to be a sister to him. A writer says sleep Is conducive to baauty. Perhaps it is. but we have asen some rather homely policemen, nevertheless. It will be a bad day for the world at larga when heroism and patriotism and courage cease to be honored. The aspiration after human brotherhood the wide world over is not a little thing or one to be lightly laughed away. In South Dakota an amendment was adop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

Illinw muí wmm* ««y tete l«* (plicated.) glie-Thla la too machi I wont bear it an* °aser! Tomorrow I «hail return to my motilar! He—My dear, ta that a threat—or a promise ?—Harlem Ufa. Kature's mental reservation la ap* isreat I® the cigarette Bead. gome meo are «alto regular in their habito—but their habito are bad. May BftH UpfMf W thta UMlqr. Our soldiers In Hawaii may ron- tract Ifpruey and bring It to tlila country. While leprosy la to lw dreaded. ♦Iwre are a ttwuaaud Hunts ii many victime to stomach «Unor- ders, hut there la a rurt In linstetter'a tttomacli Hlttera. Other ailments that the Hitters are a specific for arc nie- larla. fever and ague. (Sold at all druy stores. g(rt IfaliNBeai for a*ltlmn O nhl« The Improvements that have been made on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- road during the past two year* have rendered it poeelbie to operate cars of * heavier capacity tban have been in use In the past and the receiver* have Just ordered from the Schoen Presa* ] gteei Company o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

m i i"iTf'i'rr'Ti'rrrrrrr'TIMMf ""** * BUSY! BUSYI menta for another year's business, bi mers We also >ut we are never too busy to wait on CASH tl at anv time, and to sell you Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries and Country Produce cheaper FOR CASH than ever before. Iso want to buy your Country Produce at the highest market price and are always ready to take your Chickens and Kggs. mi GRANGE STOF^E, J. H- ALEXANDER, Manager. [nn[r)nrtfr[nrrrrrrn 1f ^[nArimrfmrrmw u u xif«-iirnrrfryfrfrfrnirrrmirirfrrfrnTrrr rrrrrni— — - TrmrmiHm I" láCt. The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. —jUHnnrirTirirTTrffir****"""*'""— ip ¡¡K What is a christian home? You can not answer that question by aayinar it is a place where chris- tiansfive, because it is shamefully tt'ue that many professors of re- ligion, and no doubt some really regenerated people, live the home life on such a low plane, apiritu- that a stranger spending the night would have no intimation (hat his hosts were christians. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

W[ 1 Iwi 1 • I* XXXX BY PROF. C I AMES. Jan. 3. A of Co. I, Lout between Caldwell and Kinder pleaae leave at Hogg1. office or at Ni;w8-CHi«OKici.k fice. 33-it t at prea- SupervtakM of Coaaty Schools. I We shall endeavor now to din-' .^ush, openly and fairly, some of the objection advanced against this measure privately and un- ustly- They are (1) that it will increaae taaea, (2) that it will place U under the district sya- tern, (3i shorten the school term, (4) create an office that is need- loss and useless. Now a* to the first objection, it is unnecessary to advance argu- ment to refute such a statement. It becomes necessary, however, to say that the idea was either conceived in the brain of ignor- ance or puked up from the gall oí a demagogue. There ih not a vestige of truth in it. No county that has created the office of coun- ty Muperintendent experienced any increase in taxes resulting from it 2. That it will place us under the district system.- This idea is even more wonderfu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

* Is for Use on a Short Line Around the Steel District of Pittsburg. I? Me,,hen&on't Rocket, which proved conclusively. In 1829. that locomotive had come to stay, and in as the founder of its race, four and one-half tons. There just been delivered to the Union Company of Pittsburg the „ „ engine in the world, weighing «M.000 pounds, or 33V§ times as much the famous Rocket. The line will have aaveral of these giant locomotives. mile, and 2.000 yards of it haa a gratia of nearly 127 feet to the mile. These engines are a striking example of the growth of the a team locomotiva in recent years. In the American Cy- clopaedia of the edition of 1883 It la stated that "The largest engine pet constructed in the United States la said to be one in use on the Philadelphia d Reading railroad, having a weight of about 100,000 pounds." it la not ao many yeara since 1883, and here we The American Manufacturar aays of thla angina: "The anormoua hualneaa which thla locomotive Is designad to handle...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

Antelope. Iwk county, la to fciw • «Ally Mil. A. J. Laae'B MldMN at OfMBVlll* turned, lo* Tit* aew telephone exchange build- lag «1 Dallas vii opened on the 2«tb ult Nenr Fort Clnrk while bunting, Robert Wblpkey billed Mm Bcbaber Mid wounded Henry Brhaher. Telephone communication bee been Mtebllebed dbetween Hlllehoro and the Hill county poor farm. lira. Cady. 17 yeara old. living with her eon. P. M. Cady, one mile (roa Oateaville, waa found dead In bed. John Zuhn. a proeperoua German farmer, expired auddenly near La Orange while aaaiatlng a tenant move. Mr*. Davie, wife of Col. Robert A. Davie, one of Billa county's wealthiest cltaena. died at Waiahachle, aged 79 yeara. Col. J. W. Whaley, one of Clay coun t,v'a oldeet pioneer , aettilng there In I860, paaaed away near Btenvenue. Ha owned much property In the county. Ed llalevaneoa. dolog bualneae aa a fruit dealer, at Kouaton. made an aa* slgnment to J. N. Taub. truatee, for the benefit of bia creditors to the aum of ISMS. Midland ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 6 January 1899

I: I \ TOPICS, •r II i NOTIf OF DISOOV. KRV AND INVENTION. •MMktal Mail Um* ▼•ry few inttturi have time or Sgport unity to msks a thorough study a( optica, but if one withes to use his i to get the beet results he ahould id something about the lens It* action. Light, the agant by we see conaists, like eound. of Sound ia produced or con to the ear by wavelike motiona _ the air, and light la conveyed to tie eye by wavelike motiona of a cer- tain ether which fllla all apace, ffources of light, such sa the aun. aend off continuous waves, and these wavee. Striking against the surface of an ob- ject, bound back, and striking the eye, convey to It lmpreaalona of the ob- ject and we have the sensation of sight. The frequency of these light wavea la something almoat, if not quite, be- yond the comprehension. The wavea Which affect the eye and produce alght move at the rate of from 400 millions to 7M millions per minute. Some sur- faces reflect most of the light that reaches them; others abso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. OUR AIM IK THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMER ANI) WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1899. NO. 34. Vfc m ooi#1!'' FROM OUR RURAL STflff. *• **$*> * SOMIRVIUI. SoMKK vii.i.K. Te*.. J* . 11. ! jjpiT ks nkwfr-CnnoMCI.lt: Mr*. J. S. Baker returned lant evening from a visit to her par- ent^ m Mississippi. Charley Cobean made a flying visit to Houston Tuesday. The Somerville Snap Shot, ed-1 son. of Hogg, made a flying trip jte<l by Billie May field, Jr., and J. through our little burg last Sat- P. Scntell, made its tir*t appear-i urday. awe last Saturday. It is ably | Hro. K. H. Solomon preached a edited and a fair type oí the push very interesting sermon for us and get-up displayed in our city, last Wednesday night, his sub- DCANVILLE. Diía nvii.i.k, Texan, Jan. < . Rditokn Nkws-Chkomci.k: Misses Sue Cottrell and Mattie Watson were very pleaaant caM- era in I lean v i lie last...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

"i Educational Notes* AA.V.V BY PROF. C. JAMES. In this issue I publish a short' something of the author's : article written by one of the mem bers of my rhetoric class. The subject was selected from one of three placed on the board. ♦ * Who Na the More Fun—a Boy, or a Girl? There is no comparison be- tween the fun of a boy and the fun of a girl. A boy can go in swimming almost at any time, but a girl has to wait to go to a natatoriam. and then perhaps she does not have as much fun as a boy. A boy can go hunting, and if he does not kill anything he has the fun, and that is the main part about going out in the woods. A girl spends her time trying to look pretty, and then she is not extra. If a girl climbs a tree she | is called a «tom-boy. and that is not much fun and I believe a girl will agree with me on that. A girl can't make anything to have fun, and if she has any money she will not buy it. A boy has the most fun so far. A girl's motto is, cbe pretty while you can, and a boy's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

The Spiritual Man. f i Ik { Si ^•VA.VA, BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. place* for God when nothing cine appear ; out with the looking aft- er a place where «my great pow- er can lindadequateexpression. i In with the high and holy ideal that God calls hit* servants; in with the truth that he is ready to place the ministry according to ! hit* own wisdom; in with the ex- alted ideal of preaching the gospel as Jesus preached it; in with the mighty principle that we are sim- ply living for the sake of the king- dom of God; in with the great truth that (Jod will take care of us if we take care of the work he has entrusted to us; in with a new consecration, a new purpose, a new adjustment of sermon and and stimulate the saint to greater sacrifices and willingness to do- and then? «There shall t>e show- ers of blessing. —(u'ist-.i cil. La Grim Successfully Treated. cl have just recovered from the sec- ond attack of la grippe thi-, year, av* Mr. Jame* A. Jone , publisher of the Loader. Mexia, Tesa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

♦ s rtinwyn NEWS-CRRONICLE. amr « jomen, editor w ■■ le red In the Caldwell pnatwOea a* tec oatf-claiui matter. Iuued Every Friday Morning. SNlwciiptioa R«tw. One Year ... •tx Monillo Four Mou* im Two Monillo $1 BO ai> Advertising R«te . Olaplny <!« one Inner Ion twenty cent* per ftirlii tw«. Insertion* thlrty-«*e cent* pair Inch; oum *1100111 nlxty C6DU por Ineli. Local rat** seven and one-half cent per line first insertion and Uve cent per line each subsiguen! Insertion. Obituaries, card* of thank* and notice* of entertainment* given for religion , educa- tional or charitable purpose* at half regu- lar rate . Legal not lee of all kind* tl.00 per hundred words Brst Insertion and ao centa per hun- dred word* each sulisequent Insertion. The NEWB-CaaoNiPt.il dealre* a corres- pondent at every post-office In the county, and In exchange will furnish the paper, sta- tionery ami postage free. Will l>e pleased to correspond with any one on the subject. of the people?' • • • Have w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

' •:,*«- rASSVN rains. leccnt ItoHMhUi la aad Oat at lis Isas Star State. tawAY rsANcmsc granted. twins* <f • «■ IUHMM aiMt fcdlMi || Mili PrutllM OruM. At i meeting of the city coun- ts 1 of Denison, a franchise wu granted to the Denison, Bonham tad New Orleans to build their line in city limite. The fren chine grants the road the right to enter the city on South Travis avenue, follow the avenue south to tbe intersection of Johnson street end tbenoe proceed west on John- son street to the point where the company propotes to erect iu shop end round-bonse. Tbe franchise allows tbe company to build Mich spurs end tracks of switching and such other purposes e* which will be neccesssry on (be streets over which it passes. — ■+ l4Mly's Fértilm4*. Mrs. Saxon, wife of Rev. Geo f>. Saxon, pastor of the Method- ist ehurcb at Piano, and lute c Implara of tin* first Texas regi- ment, slipped and fell on a wood- en walk in their lia k yard, sus- taining a compound fracture of on<- of h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

SSi k m P' m II Nawt-Chronkle. BUST A JOINS*. SSUerssad Presrletora la ths CaldsrsU, T«". P® 1* i'. ivbit raiDAY mobmvo v MIUTAHV ANO NAVAIa 'W^Tl* «W a "V. i .-- Osly the rich cm practice VtU success. Adam probably never forgot bis trst New Year's Eve. The bigger bore a ~ an Is the more fee shoots off bis mouth. Any man can aeree with a woman, hut It seldom does any good. Some of the so-called pugilists should try a scrap-iron tonic. When you turn over that new leaf fasten it down with cement As the moth Is to the flame, so Is the Cool skater to the danger sign. Some men sre willing to pay cash lor everything except their debts. A girl is usually willing to strike a Batch if a man has money to burn. When a man is busy he never ad- ■ires another who sings at his work. This would be a silent world if it ras left to some people to speak their Binds. The woman who weds a "bad egg" td not expect to find the matrimon- ial yolk pleasant Ko doubt Columbus imagined the «orld was round becau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

* lot of root alo- what be popular. who alwnjra aava Mostly to nor* numerous tfcoo .fikoo* ilof beaer 10 (Mr (to lioiog of ynnr thro ant lung*. It to better than wat fael to cooaa bronchltia and pneumonia, Only leap it up loo| enough and you will aoecaad io rodueinf your weight, loaing your appetite, bfinglog on a alow favar and making everything exactly right for the germs ol con* will gat ST1*1 and you A n«rti« Cray «r Apple*. On n tang Inland form la an npple tree which bore two crop* of fruit the l« M yenr, and the farmers are taking unusual Interest In tlila peculiarity of nature. Junt as much Interest U be- ing hown In lloeteMer's gtoiuaeh Bit- ters, wlik'h tniros dyspKp'te. Indiges- tion, roneUputloii and blood disorders when other remedies fail to banoflt. M« frMlM. "The relations between tbe passen- ger departments of the Pennsylvania and tbs Baltimore and Ohio railroads," said D. B. Martin, manager passenger trafllc of the B. and O., "are not strain- ed nor is tksre a rate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

STATISTICS. artes Repetí. CtNTtKRATE FLAG RETURNED. é a *• Caststa if * NhmNi art Mm It tot Ha Texas CMvIrt HUtUtlf*. •f Vun 8® ■4; Maj. O. W. Durant received bf •ipreti a Urge silk banner which wan presented to the Magnolia SMCrtaltMtfeit tf ffalif tl~ r*ni®r- which he was captain. On one aide it imbroidered in large «ilk letters "Magnolia rang* era" and on the other aide ♦•Janu- ary 18, 1861." Thin company wa organizo.I mostly from Gal- veston county in I8 >0. ( . W. Durant wa* commissioned captain by Uov Lubbock. Tha flag waa used by the company for si * months, when tha company waa incorporated in a regiment and the Hag was left with Mrs. Cow- ard, and from her to her daughter The regular biennial report of Mrs McFaddin, who has for these Col. L. A. Whatley, superinten- long year had charge of it. Mrs. dent of the state penitentiaries, McFaddin wrote as follows: has been issued. It shows that N ictoria, lex., Dec. 14. Maj. the total number of convicts on Goorge W . Durant, Al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

r ttWfrJrú á&étitirárirtriniriáoü ^ PEOPLE YOU KNOW. I I <w4 i Stories of tb« Strt«t. —We learn through our Soincr- ville correspondent that our old Scaly friend, Jack Martin, is re- joicing owr the recent arrival of an heir at his house. Conyratu- i./rvcupt*'W'** **• WMM j A. tlray went to Milano last 'Foe*'1'1 \ ' H , v. Murray went to Lyons 101) Tuesday. A- Sale H.« had the grippe j J™ •bis wcok. Ask him how he feels. , Uurleson countv last week Mr . Anna Gaines, o! Sebesta, u,.i,. „ , , . * , , , . A_ w . , . ... . H°ld a league of school land at $2 uf«>nt t" Ualveston last \\ ednes- i „„ ... ,,,, *cn ! per acre. 1 he terms were one- d*.v> | tenth down and the balance in C *S Williams went to Helton ' ten years, with f per cent inter- Thursday. He will probably re- ett, payable annually. tarn Saturday. WASHINGTON NEWS ItTTfR. —Two nicely furnished rooms, with fire and all conveniences, for rent at reasonable rates. Ap- ply to Mks. S. C,. Wii.son. Hoiix At Kite of He...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

R« HTICVf RITQVf RITQYf are verv bu«y now taking stock, cleaning up. and making arrange- 13 U 3 I I o U 1 I DU 1 • ments for another year's business, but we are never too busy to wait on custo- mers at anv time, and to sell you Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes. Groceries and Country Produce cheaper FOR CASH than ever before. We also want to buy your Country Produce at the highest market price and are always ready to take your Chickens and Ktfjr*. iüs GRANGE STOF^E, J. H- ALEXANDER, Manager. THE FARMER'S TROUBLE. Some Causes and Their Remedies^No 1. "BY GEORGE" A l oot' ? Idea. Under the above homely cap- j things are not the sole cause of tion 1 propose to contribute a ¡ trouble, as some seem to think. short series of article to your en- " there is anything good in . A (trusts, as such, onlv the irood terprising sheet, thus fulfilling ■ ñ anH ^ tructc L'nAii' vi hnt i the agreement between us. In making my bow to your Lord and the trusts know what it is, for 1 am sure no one else has vet ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

m' ww1®" Having made arrangements with one of the beat Bookbinders in the South to do all our bookbinding at Joblier's Rates, w+ are now prepared to do Blank Book work of every description at reasonable prices. We want every order for Blank Books and Binding of every description that is sent from Burleson county—on the sole condition that the workmanship is the best and the price just as reasonable as elsewhere. Nearly every merchant uses a Ledger, Journal, Account Sales Book, or other books which are made to order. Those an- the order* we want. YOU are the man we are talkmgr to. Don't send your orders away and then say you "did not know we could turn them ont. " If you are disposed to treat the home printers fairly, give us a chance at ÜVKRYTHINíi that's paper—printed, ruled, bound or otherwise. We have turned out several honks already, and have some orders in now which we will be pleased to show you as samples in a lew days. * * OLD BOOKS REBOUND. * * Most everyone has old hooks o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 13 January 1899

5'>.:-v- * OUR MOTTO FOR 1899. "PAY flS YOU GO." And if You Can't Pay Don't Go. Don't you believe this is good advice? Dont you believe you can go without going on credit? Don't you believe that the cash system is the paramount issue with the trade in the country now? Don't you believe that the credit system makes more enemies than it does friends, and that it works a detriment to both debtor and creditor oftener than otherwise? Don't you believe that a dollar wiN go further at a cash store than at a credit store? Do you know that Caldwell has one of the cheapest Dry <i«>od> houses in the state, and that store is ours? Do you know that we will soon l>e in our new quarters, and that we will have one of the largest and l>est equipped stores in Central Texa>? Speaking about our new store reminds us of moving, and rather t$an move certain gouds we are willing to give you the profits and we will take the losses. See what we have to offer below, which will hold go<...

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