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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

M I/.* (flW TltlBV VB BiAU IWCLTB rAuCB VOL. XIX. . • fif" '<"77 :*p: . , -rr.. - / >f M OUK A.IM IS THIS} URKATKST JlKNEFIT TO THK I'ARMEFS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWRUa BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 . 1899. NO. 35. : í-^^-Ü-3-n J -?-" -?H '■f&W ■i<(x§'9 mm** ****** * Ri k\: To Mr Holt. a daughtt. \f and Mrs. Jeff Kp«t l leo SOMfRVflir. Somkhvii.i.k. Te*., Jan. 1*. NKWS-Chkokiclk: und i* being cleared in't nuburbH of Ihe city for thf jWf-J3uMy MÍWIckÍÍSIIceHS*! pose oí putting up a tirst-cks* of inclument weather he did not . i r'w ,, A pleasant sociable was given' ' rank I\eely, of (.aiveston, is last nitfht at Mr*. S. J. Martin's. * witinghlii father, Dr. Neeiy. Mr *. Tom Wataon (pavea plemi-j Then in a good deal of the i ant little h«p at har home las.1 Sat-' gr>PP«- ¡ Nearly every one you1 unlav night. Míhh Klla H U. oí, n <*t say he ha* it. Gay Hill, wan visiting her, anil Mr. T. (i. Henslev died *he wan the attraction <«f th...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

IP m Educational Notes# AX\A BY PROF. C. I AMES. My column has been spoken for by the teachers of the county for the purpose of discussing the question of the superintendence* of the county schools, and being thoroughly in sympathy with any move which tends to the better* ment of our schools and educa tional development. I gladly yield. 1 consider this the moat important step forward that could be taken, and I shall do whatever is within my power to aid the cause of education. C. Jamks. SUPERVISION or PUBLIC SCHOOLS. educationally (containing the most enlightened people of the world) persisting in the folly of requiring all schools to be under a supervisory agent, who shall never have more than seventy schools under his supervision? If a county superintendent is of no use or benefit to his county educationally, why is it that we invariably find the counties in the front rank of educational prog- ress with a countv superintend- ent, while those counties found plodding in the rear, in...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

ivmrí' m « m" y i MtnniiKjiiiiiiaaaooMdiaBdun The Spiritual Man. •VA.\AA BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. The first miraclc of Moses turiuMl water into blood. The tirst miraclc of Jesus turned water into wine, which became in after year a symbol of blood. « >« < The auperlative decree of blasphemy in reached when the whisky eller of our day at- tempts to justify hi* unholy vallina on the ground that Jesus made wine. It is pity that these new imitator* of Jesus do nnt follow his example in some other respects. •€ « >< Whisky in the curse of Cald- well. < « •« Three question*: 1. Why is it that a man in ho much more apt to «take hi* death from ex- posure going to church a bad day than a woman? 2. Why * it that a man can hunt all day in the cold and rain without injury, but can't go to church a dump Sunday lest he take the epizootic? What sort of religion did (that man get who ha* been a member of the church a year and has never been t<> prayer meeting'' lan Maclarcn, in an ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

CALME U. NEWS-CHRONICLE.. am T é MUI . Utttn md I In the Caldwell post*>«ee aec •ad-ela* matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. Subscription Rate*. On Y**r ... Hit Months r«Mir Monta T H Month M M W é •ji Advertising Rat* . one Insertion twenty penU w<i Insertion* thirty-live cents Display mis «r In oh; two Insertions thlrty-flve oe i«r Inch; one «nontli sixty cento pur looh. Local rute «even nnd ime-half c*i ts per Jtae flrst in erilon nnd tlve evats per line each subsequent insertion. Obituaries, card# of thanks aad notices ol «olortHlntncnt given for religions, educa- t-toosl or ebarltuble purposes ¡it halt regu- lar rates. al not Ices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred s first Insertion and M cotila per lain- .¡a drad \ words each subsequent Insert lull. The Ntwg-CHBOXtCl.E desires m curres- nondeut at every pmiMlSrw in the county, aad In exot>nnge will furnish the paper, sta- tionery and ixistagc free. Will lie plussod to Oor?espond with any one on the subject. Caldwell, Tex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

Ii rw>M Away frm BuMt rMe- at WaaMaalaa. was a fwrnmi rcfubucm. IK VMM art it k ran tatn* h Hon. Nelson Dinglov of Maine, !• Owminy't determination to pro* the bill to prohibit the iiuporliitionof Amar icau meat into that country.whit'b measure Etupeior William ia aaid to be desirous of hurrying with all dispatch through the retell* stag, congrí aa and the edmlnlatra- tion are fully prepared for audi action. A retaliatory bill, it 1 aaid, will be introduced in both houses of congress and will fan passed a aoon aa Germany adopta hers, Thia bill will practically exclude from the United State* German winea, toya and hard- wood bric-a-brac, The yearly importa on thcae linea amount to M.J. bovd leader of the Republican aide of | 17.'>,000,000. Many think that the floor of the house of repre Mutative* and representing the second congressional district of Msiue in that body, died at Wash- ington of heuit fuiiuie, resulting fium extreme weak nena due to double pneumonia. ilr waa uncon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

Idltorsand Pro rtotore tbe Caideeil, Texas, po*- ■= SVBST TODAY MOKMIKO. (kit hath a trad* hath an «■ It's a poor farm that oaa't ae« ««In a mortgage A man's best friend is a sufficiency at the almighty dollar. The lard manufacturer is ooustantly turning over a new leaf. Love ta never found by seeking and It never stay for pleading. It's a eold day when you can «ee the paper friese on the wall. Brevity may be the soul of wit, but there's no fun In being short. Many a man has risked acquiring a wife in order to acquire a sister. The receiver may be as bad as the thief, but the loser fptls worse than both. Pity the poor man who must live all his days in the cold shadow of his wife's fame. Listeners don't expect to hear any food of themselves; It's the bad of others they are after. There's a smoldering spark of wis- dom In the brain of the man who knows whan to go home. — la 't death to fall for Freedom s right? He's dead alone that lacks her light. When a man offers you something tor ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

It Plaasaat la after an oil allL rimlthvilla to tu have a Knights of Pythias ball* Partita ara after a street ear fraa- rhise at ClelmrM. Wills Point lodfe of Odd Fellows live an entertainment and oyster sup- per. The colorad Methodist church at Cleburne, valued at $600, has been burned. Four young men of Nacofdochea have gone to Dallas to enlist In the rtvular amy. Madam Micbelly, a resldeat of Bon- ham over thirty years, a native of BpaJn, died at Bonbam. Burilara have been breaking into store%at AI varado and steal log more or loss goods and money Poatmaater Morrison bss quallfld and taken charge as receiver of the En ni electric light and lee plant. The aherlff of Qrayson county baa annonnted hla Intention to rigidly en- force the Bunday law at Sherman. The elty council of tialotsvllle him ntollahed the salary of the city mar- ehal and that official will have to de- pend In few. The Texas Midlands' business U Im- proving *t Rnnle to surh tin extent that another switch engine ban...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

bar bu* tu nd when b<> le way uuljr be su«- U*ri<uiny an* Asi* Mia nr. Inevitable rtiet A-n Minor shall - .tally )mum from Mahamuietlriit.-m, wlii ilMfr v¿«ruwnf aceouipllslitM m, joak ur ik>i. tlie Kulitutu must yield i a <'4iri*rtnu twukut. It I* Just as iu e that <iw«*n of the dtfeatlv* ntuai yield tu Hiwtelter' Stom Wtr m, which are usually called con* ii>atlou and bilious (mill ik# «¡11 eujoy tlda pUbUflitioa mucti 4f you will ret Into the habit ot fe advertisement*; they will a UMwt interestinf study aod pat you In the way of f«tlD« excellent bargain . Our adrar- I are lettable, they aend «'bat they i Bon Baking Powder is as good aa ita iniii'-at *, ..ace triad always used. I save inouey by twine Boa Boa. Dome iiM n are quite rejrular In tit air Mbits—but tbe4r habita are bad. A tnitor la «otueiüufl able to mead everjfttilu* but bia waya. « — Sum Cure for Colds When tho children set their feet wet and take cold give tbetn a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot dri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

] PEOPLE YOU KNOW ■ f V T f '* Miss Lillie Murray has been on the Hick lint this week. Joh. Ripple in suffering severe- ly from a hone felon this week. S. (Í. Wilson left last Tuesday night for Kush Springs, C). T., where he will remain some time. (Jus Wyatt, who has been here same time past on a visit returned to Hrenham Wednes- day. Win. Reeve and Dr. Sparks, >n business thin |0f Hix, returned Thursday frotri the cattlemen's convention at Al I'anner is again on the sick listth- week. (¡. i'ulberg has been quite nick thi* w. ^ with the if rip. j^jHeulah Pollock is visiting the t.iitn'V oi J. 1". Hale this wee' Michael Ja < bs, of Hrenham wa* in fvvn week. MM Madge Hitchcock after tw > or three station on Mi- again illness. jfurry IManat.n chary« of the ^.mta I February 1st. Kftfo Wither , left Wed- ne*da\ morning for Hrenham to reiti.iin some torn . bok\ To Mr. and Mrs. w. I), A'lt'i v. on Friday night Jan- uary 1 \ a jfirl baby. líii Sai!v an ! Murph Perry, of l)r«nham. w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

55==== = mummmmmm MMI We are very httsy now taking stock, cleaning up, and making arrange- ment* for another year'* business, but we are never too busy to wait on cu*to« BUSY! BUSY! BUSY! mers at any 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 Kggs. ORANGE STORE, J. H- ALEXANDER, Manager. fmmTirifW0T^irfiTnmfU¥T^Jlf^fvrrrrrrr*rrrrrr - THE FARMER'S TROUBLES. Some Causes and Their Remedies."No. 2. -BY GEORGE" The main difficulty at this point is to determine just what selec- tions to make among the great number of causes that are oper- ating to the detriment of the com- mon people. It will be utterly impossible to notice all, and the best we can hope to do, and, in fact, all we shall endeavor to do, wiU be to indicate some leading examples. Our selections shall be practical, and we expect to dwell on ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

NAVE YOIIR MlimW MM AT HOME-SAflSFACFOMLY. Bookbinding Having made arrangements with one of the best Bookbinders in the South to do all our bookbinding at Jobber's Kates, we 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 are the orders we want. YOU are the man we are talking to. Don't send your orders away and then say you "did not know we could turn them out. " If you are disposed to treat the home printers fairly, give us a chance at EVERYTHING that's paper—printed, ruled, bound or otherwise. We have turned out several books already, and have some orders in now which we will be pleased to show you as samples in a few days. * ♦ OLD BOOK...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 20 January 1899

iVmV.. w ái ® ■ W*MM OUR MOTTO FOR 1899. ftifjt ' n n J Í'r' s Í* r* * V' ' I* I' jjlJ to t<Tt J'J* !. > "PAY flS YOU GO." And if You Can't Pay Don't Go. #****♦%*♦ .*• ;h fl| yt t •• |f< jtf i a jl' Jr® W jt p jL k; ^ ^ / Iknn't *Ai believe tbi '|t>od adrice? Don't you Inilieve you can go without going « n credit? Don't you believe that the cash system is the paramount issue with the trade in the country now ? Don't vou believe that the credit system makes more enemies than it does friend's, and that it works a detriment to both debtor and creditor oftener than otherwise? Don't you believe that a dollar will go further at a cash store than at a credit store? Do you know that Caldwell has one of the cheapest Dry Good* houses in the state, and that store is ours? Do you know that we will soon Ik* in our new quarter*. and that wi- ll have ninf «>f the largest and bm t equipped stores in Central Texas? Staffing afcéuV Otir n®w fctflre reminds us of moving, and rather mowk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

TWELVE PAGE*. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUK AIM IS THE ijKKATKST BENEFIT TO THE fa KM EMS AND WONKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. \r( 'L< XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1899. NO. 36. rair Store is allowing an elegant assortment of line Cassimere Pants, at £4.50, $5.00 and $6.00. Elk Hats, at $.3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. Edwin Clapp'a Finest Shoes, $5.00. Packard's Klondike Shoes, $3.50. Zeiglcr's Artistic Kid Shop*. L. W. tÉrom's Real Kid (Jlorcn. $1.25. Black Satins, Hro- caded Silks, ami Crcpons, per yard, and other high grade merchandise. Besides the above have all the five-cent leaders you will find in any other store. JL ü j a ill jj *MM* ftp* ®#®** # # *«««•* «• «-«* i FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ) v, n——i'm <c* e+tm ***** by Jim Hicks, of Atyrnfarm. spent oumvuil. nooktrvilll. IfnoKKirvii.t.K. tc*.. Kl'IHiSS N'l'U s-i l.ta. Sunday wifh friends here. K. L. Peters went to Rrenham Monday. John Vickers spent Monday in Sontervillc. Sunday a special train was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

"Hp Educational Notes# xxxx BY PROF. C JAMES. SUPERVISION or COUNTY SCHOOLS. In this article we will attempt to assign a few reasons tor the «whys in our last coraraunica- tion, and also outline our views on the qualifications and duties of a county superintendent. Corporations, insurance corn- panics, state and national institu- tions, and, in fact, all successful public concern and business or- ganizations. have their respective presidents, managers or super- visors, in order to perfect organ- ization. to direct Investment, to distribute and systematise labor, to secure efficient service, to in- vestigate complaints and recom- mend necessary changes and re- forms. A body without a head will necessarily suffer. The ed- ucational body of this county is without a head. Any kind of a public enterprise, whether edu- cational, beneficent or financial, without a bead will surely meet with trouble and disaster. As well take the engineer off from an engine, raise the steam to its full capa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

r.vs n: ■ llfs'li >••• a"" ¥h*r :. m*: { ROM OUR ARMY W CUBA. c*nr coi.i'mwa, < Havana, Cuba, Jan. 14. t |.*i>11< *ks nkwh-chhonici.k: Since my laat letter a very *.ui tlnn« hu* happened to this rojfi- iii. nt. i guess yon have all seen 11..id the state papers the account oft'ol. Mabry's death. Had he lived lorty-eight hours longer he would have been coin missioned .1 brigadier-general. Now i don't think the good pe<>- ule oí our company need \vorr\* about the boys on nccount of this death having happened In such a ,}],.ft time after our arrival here, because our camp is in a healthy district arid the sanitary rules arc very strict. There is very little sicknttfts in camp at present, the prevailing disease, i drotvui- ncss and the next small colds. We were paid on the Sth and it was one pay day the boys had money they could not spend, on account of nhortage of cchange at the canteen. ta plain Franklin, of Company l', and Walrick, of Company ii, have been commission...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE..! we «ubmit to every intelligent ' j reader these facts: Our paper, A JOHCR idiHrt and PfpritHrt both space and papers, is the base of our business, and is published for the ostensible purpose of mak-1 ing money. Our papers are as I "a the Caldwell pontoBce aa aec I «das* matter. Sr Iaaucd Every Friday Morulujj. Subscription Rate . Tear ... Month r Monto Mont hi Advertíalas Rates. Dtapluv ads one Insertion twenty eenta l er fn -i two Insertion* tblriy-llve renU l>«r Inch, «no month sixty cent*per Inch. Local rati* wvpu and one-half cent* per Hne first Insertion and Uve cenia per lino each •ubsitiuent Inwrtlon Obituaries. cards of thanks and notlee# of *ol«rl inii.i nts given (or religion*. oduea- tloaal or charitable purpose at balf regu- lar rates. toral notice* of all kinds 11.00 per hundred aorda first insertion and • cents per hun- dred word each auhsequeut Insertion The Nivm'hrdkici.k doalrea a corres- pondent at every p« *tofflee In the county, aad ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

women, I do to much fear and trepidaron lent 1 hould fall short of what they ex- poet of me, but I am inspired and J concluded lj would lake il up to make a visit to tbe institution without any pre*irrange ueut Il the UffltMMt fitVCTMr Hi Spukir §f Ike Hmic IV UAlXMIfRS Of Tltf RCfDUIC «yi « Capr«MaMtl « Is Hn tstfslatw* m «• Rey «I «to Mnneiil tf '•Arreplaare •( Ultili. Tho following were the speeches d<>11\ ered by Lieut. Gov. Brown- 'ojt tiiui Speaker Sherrill iu re- • ceding i lie gavels pre* nted bv • lit' I laughter* of tlie Republic of Texas: Lieut, Gov, Browning hhid: I laughters of the Republic of Texa*. Seimt ira and Representa- tives: it hita I won truthfully mini that "the Republic of Texas wa> horn 'mid the clash of uuns au<( rocked in the oradle uf war." When that little hand of patriota promulgated the declaration of independence of Texas, and estab- lished a proviaioual government fur the direction of it* govern- mental affair*, the Republic of Texas beca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

líele. JOINM. hdltors snd Proprietor*, ta tlM Caldwell, Thm, po i* id I jls who never get down to busl- i Mldom get up In the world. nee teaches people a lot of they would rather not know. TlM stand points of *ome airy theor- ists are ao high that they cannot se« Both parties should remember thai tktjr are married for worse as well ae b.t«r. Mending one's ways, unfortunately, Is so safeguard against breaking them to new places. If there was any embalmed beef in lbs army it should have been sent tc 'lathe dead-letter office. The liar who can repeat a atory ten limea without any alteration deserve more credit than he gets. Sometimes a womán's idea of friend- ship la getting thick with another woman to fall out with her. The better half of the family knows quite sa much about how the other hslf Uves as she would like to know. If we were told we would have a Wish granted If we were to make it, what would that one,favored longing he? bigger bore s man la the mors •hoots off hia mouth. Xm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

PITO* hM raised qwrutlw agalast Ki l' * - A toro bslooglof to Mrs. Franks barntd át Blooming O rove. The City Notlooal bank cf Bowie wrs hurglarited recently and about |200 taken. I ce Mitchell of Deolsoo, a discharg- ed voluaPwra of tb« third Texas. baa ri-enllated. and will go to Manila. líen. 8. Bryant, for twenty-aeven yt ura o resident of UalbMi. died in Ha- vana, Cuba, after a brief lllneaa. Sn e 000 affected an entrance Into a more at Whltawrlght, * but waa fr'yhtened off before ««curing any- thing. I) Parmer of Weat Pari* waa thrown from hie buggy a few days ago and turrad a severe sprain of the should- er Mrs. Parmer and her child remain* ed in the buggy and «ere uninjured. Parties have tough* llie two lots iiiHt north of the Alliance store at H'lis. and will commence th > erec- tion of a brick business house up stain a* the weather will permit Thomas Sterling, rharr«-d with the tilling of William Garrett. Nov V last at tíalv «ton. was tri d In that cuy, *d- ♦•I'laed gui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

|y r\ J f lilllH&Jiffiil 'v < 'TO 8 What does ii do? It causes the oil (laods In the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as ■ature intended. It cleanses the scslp from dsndruffsnd thus removes one of the great csuscs of baldness. It mskes s better circu- lation in the scslp snd stops the hsir from coming out. iPrcvtsisail ores umbos Ayer's Hsir Vigor will surely make hsir grow on fcsld heads, provided only there is sny life remain- ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hsir. It does not do this in a moment, ss will s hsir dye; but in a short time the grsy color of sge grsdusliy dissp- pears snd the dsrker color of youth tskes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. It J* da SM aetata >11 tfca haoaOta mmn flMM tk« BM •( Ua rtgmt r «baat I . uaaeait* icitrlm ■ i miii* >8LE 811 MACHINERY 'nrfce. Boglsea mm* IslUn. ís'síijsrfflffi!.?. BITCMTO uik PATERTS E-ssaaStóJ «NMMikiMu «á la...

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