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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

:v; people YOU KNOW. I > Tpfiitft***""' "TiriffiftTnyrriry The Nnv Star*. fp^. , * I J F Cobb' to,' i r - J. r. Cobb h new «tore is rut - ♦ '' idly assuming shape and propor- , ,, . ... . . , tions inside now. v!, s. J. H. Lamkin ix quite sick *r u •« • . . 1,1 1 1 he gas is all in and makes a thi- 1 ' i beautiful showing after night. (;, T. Helvcv ha- a very sick The shelving will be completed chilil this week. by Monday or Tuesday. The water connections will soon be made. The latest improved sys- tem of IJarr basket carriers is now ready for use an ' the whole ¡ establishment will be doing busi Mr. week. julc Hill, now 0! Hrenham, was tow n in Sunda\. Walter Murra spent last Sun- da\ hi Brenham. |«*r.ink l'once. oí Brenham. was ness right about Monday. in the * itn Sunday. J Cobb says in his ad. It, .t> Hoffman made a trip to To those who have not yet seen ! this store. we would like to say that without a doubt it it one of ¡ the neatest, prettieat stores in j Texas. There a...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

10 innrnnrrnrnfrififirf nmnrrr rrff '"""" " QlTCVt DITCVt DITCYf We re very busy now taking stock, cleaning up, and making arrange- nl J 5 I I DU 311 DU 31 • incuts for another year's business, but we are never too busy to wait on custo- mer# at anv time, and to sell you Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries and Country Produce cheaper F(>R CA$H 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 Kjfgs, iüe ORANGE STORE, J. H- ALEXANDER, Manager 4;' I; ft SEí W{: m R* J; t Spiritual Man, aaaaa; BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Weak Churches. 1 tinuance, and see whether your •own «country cbnrch, notable . All through the country there ;t0 afford a pastor from abroad, br.be a legmlature on record. Let (lie People Elect IhM. Denver New a. The Montana exposure in con- nection with the election of a United States senator furnishes the best possible argument in favor of the election of senators bv the people. Hither...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

<¡'r\ 4® & & & NAVE YOUR PMNT1N6 DONE AT HOME—SATISfACTORIIY. Bookbinding Having made arrangements with one of the liest BooHiinders 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 deposed to treat the home printers fairly, give us a chainv at EVERYTHING that's paper—printed, ruled, bound or otherwise. We have turned out several l o<>k> already, ami have some orders i ti now which we will be pleased to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 27 January 1899

OUR MOTTO FOR 1899. "PAY fIS YOU GO." And if You Can't Pay Don't Go. Don't vou believe this is good advice? Don't you lielieve you can go without goinj^ 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 l* th debtor and creditor of tener 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 I*ry < oods houses in the state, and that store is ours? Do you know that we will soon In.* in our new quarters, and that we will have one of the largest and best equipped stores in Central Texas? Speaking about our new store reminds us of moving, and rather move certain goods we are willing to give you the profits and we will talce the losses. See what we have to offer below, whirl will hold g«n«! during the month of January...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Cald\v'cii" News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 189* NO. 37. JL J— s Store is showing an elegant assortment of fine Cussimere Pant , at Í4.SO, £5.00 and $6.00. Elk Hats, at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. Edwin Clapp's Finest Shoes, *5.00. Packard's Klondike Shoes $3.50. Zeigler's Artistic Kid Shoes. $3.<10. L, W. Lamm's Real Kid Gloves, 51.25. Hlack Satins, liro- cailed Silks, and Crepons, $1.00 per yard, and other high grade merchandise. Besides the above have all the five-rent leaders you will find in any other store. IT PAYS To trade at Cobb's first, last and all the time. He has the largest and best selected stock and the prettiest store in this section of the state. His prices are AL- WAYS right. Read his ad on last page, and go to the new store and buy your goods from J.F.COBR | PROW OUR RURAL STAFF, j S0MI RVIt 11. Hor.u, Texas. January 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

Educational Notes ihN MM xxxx BY PROF. C. I AMES. SUKRVISIM Of COUNTRY SCHOOLS. Editors Nkws-Chkomclr : Being' closely ¡11 sympathy with cverv question which concerns the welfare of the public schools. I feel that to longer keep silent upon this question would not be doing my duty. I have stated, whenever asked for my opinion of this matter, that it is a step forward. The tendency of the country is toward the n.utkai.; I mean toward that same system in human affair which we see in the wonderful doing's of Divinity. Much has been said- and well said — in regard to the lack of su- pervision in our county schools. In justice to the present ex-officio superintendent, I oelieve that he performs the duties of his office, toward the schools, as well as any county judge in the state, and better than most of them. But, to show you that I am not alone in my opinion of his inability to effectually perform the duties of both judge and superintendent, I shall inclose a letter from our present su...

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

r The Spiritual Man xxxxx BY REV. JBFF D. RAY. Keeping (he Sabbath Day The tendency of our age is to; overdo in everything. We rest Two Pictures. The first picture is a scene in morn- a large city. „ ¥. It it* Sunday too little, we rush too much. in^- at the First Baptist chuch. we undertake to rest, we are apt j^e m¡n¡8|er ¡n u,c pulpit has to make work of it. West is the pastetj jn j,íh hvmn book a pro- one idea for which the pushing ^ram something like this present has little use. Yet we must not forget that rest is the fundermental idea of the Sabbath. We may fail to keep the Sabbath holy by keeping it too much Organ and voluntary. Invocation. I'^alm (responsive read- that in by crowding it so full of duties as to rob it of rest. The Sabbath may be broken even by religious observances and ser- vices. Though the danger in ! 0ffvrt0rv. 10:30 10:.*5 10:.t6 ing.) 10:.X Hymn. 10:40- Scripture lesson. 10:45 l'rayer and response 1 please note.) 10:55 Announcements and heavenward on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

4 NEWS-CHRONICLE.. ! Becai'HK a thing is cheap does . not signify it is always good. A customer does Mr 4 JOUIt*. téiHrt and Ffprmtert. RiMnd In the Caldwell poato«ea M ec- oai-claa« matter. Issued Every Friday Morning. Subscription Rates. Year You have probably heard people talk about having unheard-of bargains. Well, we don't ... „— claim that we have all the bargains that anybody ever had, but we wish to sitnplv statL. not go to the ffro" that to ciea11 OUf the large amount of shelf-worn goods in our recently purchased stock cer and ask for cheap eggs and the merchant that! we have this week established butter but hunts up the cheap paper to ad-! vertiste in gets about the same quality of truck as cheap eggs. Vtx Month* Tour Montiio Two Month- ft BARGAIN COUNTER ^5 Advertí* * Rates- Ail Mdv.n i * i 11 c .«it lit ! pafe will l*cji r*<-«l MtfiitK iH'f iih'l «Irate lit, wHll iw ftHBuetloii far Inrae *«!<• nupuv h(N one Insertion twenty cant* i «r uicn; two «imiiion- tlitrtjr-l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

Stmt f vasts Itot Háe leceatly Cmn i rats Minara af Hi Viril fn M Un Im# to nasas Ib Joint legislative oetsion o* the *5th the legislators formally declared ex-Gcv. Culberson Unit- ed States senator for the tern beginning March 4. The senat r elect thanked the legislature for electing him a member "of the IN VAtlOllS PARIS Of IARIR* highest legislative body in the world," and the people of Texas, who after having chosen him at* torney general and governor, had «till further honored him, he most heartily extended his grati- tude. The ex-governor assured the legislators that he would con- stantly bear iu mind the fact that he was thu "repreesntative of a state aud a people who acknowl- edge no auperiora and whose high aim is the ideal in government and in civilization." Several bill were introduced in both houses und a number of committee re- port* in tSie senate. - Tiro notable speeches were de livered in the senutc on the 24th— one by Mr. Lodge of Massuchu^ «•tta a tul th other by M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

miele. .MINSK. iMá Pn rit 0r MOaXlMO. Tfeiok II ClMiti Onm «f P«M- Mea Ib Vbb Omiry. la «alé that a singla glasa of win* íly wracked tha Democratic par The atory la worth tall* tha Atlanta Conatltutlon. After lia breaking up of tha national Demqoratlc convention at Charlaaton tha ÉMl In Georgia held a ■tata con- Great excitement prevailed, •ra of the party could not It waa a critical period. Majority report indoraed the ac- or bolters at Charlea ton, while jrlty report opposed their ac The leading champion of tl ity waa Herachel V. Johnson an followera were confident that hi ■ce and logic would carry thi day. It la quite likely that such would have been the caae but for an unfoj túnate mishap. Ex-Gov. johnson gaa hla speech before the noon It on the second day and/con- I after dinner. J Old men w! o remember thai( speech say that It was a powerful argument aad the Impression gained ground that after the noon recesa the speaker would demolish his opponents with' a few sledge-hammer h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

MB S. A. VM| * MIot Foist ■•rclwat, Iroppal 4mí Mi his «tort. A Jwtol VMCDPM Is to be erectsd st Dallas at a sost of lis.ooo. Al Alisa, s Bsata Fe engineer. took sa overdone of morphine by mlatnke. Tfcs Jsck count? tsschsrs' instituís helé as Intsrsstisg meeting st J nc la- bors. A stoos two Inches long was eg- t meted from • horss'i Jsw st McKIn* B. B. Blslock, SI yesra old. aon of s fsrmsr residing near Marshsll, atii- ridsd. Burgisra entersd s music bouae st Fort Worth and carried away aeveral iDUSienl instruments. The latest sirship story comes from Csldwsll county, where parties claim to bass seso ooe flying over. A great many shade snd ornamental trees have been sold In Oenleon of late, and a number of property owner* are already preparing for the njiriug. A fsw nights ago L. T. Ilord living about four and a quarter mile north of Colllssvllle. had hla smokehouse and contenta borned. l<o*e about 1400. John Holland a hotel rook at T« x- arkana, received word from a lawyer in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

la raw. ead ttifuaiag of tot Hwn m «I coughs of all kinds. It so becauss it is a sooth* I and hesling remedy of great er. This makes it the grest- t preventive to consumption. one off '• Cherry Pectoral i over yourlunfs Aflwv rwmmm tm four rent* In mmbp* to pay **•*■ IH, w will Mil 7on tffeMMi ailiwl W« bin tk« «sciMlva Mrrtoaa Wf III! OMMI mlMIlt (lijlllrlua U«iu-S SutlM. C"Mutual >ag J Mt «ÜV aN5?tófa®ííKS i la your mm. Ton *111 reesive a i m WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT kins but wheat; what you might • a«a of wheat." la what waa aald lecturer «peaking of Waatcrn Can- for particular* aa to route , rall- farea. «te., apply to Superintendent ation, Department interior. Ot- "a. or to CapL. E. Barrett, nada, a Tauo. S • ChMM foe Miawlai OS. Laura—"1 n«v«r wished but onca it waa proper (or women to ,—"Good gracious! When was I firs; got an engagement ■tea;"—Cincinnati Enquirer. WHISKERS ora A ffafwtf ftoeir fey lsdüBghaii'8 Dm. Mae is «mu «f «iMnjwijrtijOf n. P. HaU * Oa, Relief at Last iDAV h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. | „ iinmo—rrtf-TiriffirfrTfr-"{! Jo**e Jenkin* visited Rrenhara last Saturday. Miss Madge Hitihcock is sick again this week. John Blocker, of Lyons, was in the city Monday. Levy Kilpathrik has been quite sick this week. Dr. Moses visited relatives in I.ct* county last week. W. S. Miral, of the bottom. was mi our streets Monda v. J. W. c hambers, of Lyons, at- tended court here this week. Li«t n Krai# , of Tunis, at- tended court here this week. Dr. May tit Ul, of DeanviKc. was in town ou bu ine*s Monday. County Justice Mill. The criminal docket was taken up in the court last Monday and I a few cases disposed of, several dismissals and quite a number of continuance*. Following are the canes disputed of: State of Texas vs. Will Scott. . aggravated assault; dismissed as , , ¡ to aggravated assault and defend* Frank ronce came up from . ..... , .. .. . , . .«. . , ant pled guilty to simple assault. Brenham to spend last Sunday. !} | Miss K.ffie Withers returned state ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

• "i • 'i «r pr-nroi v • • * ■ - rw ™rv> ' ■ •• 'Y* THE FARMER'S TROUBLES. Some Causes and Their Remedíes.^No. 4, "BY GEORGE." Along with «shoddy farming:, . months, and then figures the time loo much «laving by and «the credit system, there is another cause of paucity among our farm- era, which is one of the most pro- life and prevalent among all their troubles, as well as one of the most easily mended. For want of a better name, we shall call tkfe lhi raMara to farai for Hmm CoMMMptiM. When we consider the straight- ened condition of the farming class, and take into consideration the strenuous and long sustained efforts they have made to better tbeir condition by the planting of a«monev crop, it sounds like the vory irony of fate to say to them tluit one of tbeir greatest troubles ¿o planting a «money crop ; still, that is the very allegation which we now make and shall engage to demonstrate. "The hallucination of the south- ern farmer for years has been to plant an immense cot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

HAVE YOUR PRINTING MM AT HONE SATISFACTORILY. Bookbinding Having made arrangements with one of the best Bookbinders in the South to do all our bookbinding at Jobber's Rates, 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 soK- condition that the workmanship is the best and thr price just as reasonable as elsewhere. Nearly every merchant list s a Ledger, Journal, Account Sales Book, or other books which arc 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 Inioks already, and have some orders in now which we will be pleased to show you as samples in a few days. OLD BOO...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 3 February 1899

12 m pays to trade at COBB'S. Our New Store Is now Ready for Business. Our system of honest goods at honest prices and one price to everyl>ody has increased our trade to such an extent that we had to hunt larger quar- ters and we nowr cordially invite you to visit our new store and inspect <>iu* goods, and you will find one of the largest stocks of goods in this part of the state. It stands to reason that a store that endeavors with its whole heart to give satisfaction, first, last and all the time, is Itound to become the popular store of the town. We are ambitious in just that way and are seeking just such popularity—a popularity based on genuine worth and hard, cold facts. *$* 'I* *$* *1* ATTENTION. FARMERS! We wish to call to the attention of the farmers that the season is at hand for preparing another crop, and we wish to say that we are "well-fixed" in the way of goods especially adapted to the use of the farm, such as Plow Shoes. Jeans Pants. Overalls. Jumpers. Glove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. OUR AIM IS THE OKKATK8T BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1899. NO. 38. IWWIHÉ JKaSV-iJ* 5* *; ■ J* • ;>>: ,?K- ,3*','5* Store is showing an elegant assortment of fine Cassimere Pants, at S4.50, $5.00 and $(>.00. Klk Hats, at $3.00, £4.00 and $5.00. Edwin Clapp's Finest Shoes, if.00. Packard's Klondike Shoes, $3.50. Zeigler's Artistic Kid Shoc-s. $¿.00. L. W. Larom's Weal Kid (iloves, $1.25. Black Satins, iiro- cadod Silk*, and Crepons, $1.00 per yard, and other high grade merchandise. Beside the above have all the five-cent leaders you will find in any other store. a*. |M jfc*|.pS'c>. 5 /fc' r ;;v ptt J* JV >••$**! • IT PAYS To trade at Cobb's first, last and all the time. He has the largest and best selected stock and the prettiest store in this section of the state. His prices are AL- WAYS right. Read his ad on last page, and go to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

P : Educational Notes# xxxx BY PROF. C JAMES. COUNTY SUPERVISION. The agitation concern tug the separation of the office of county judge ami superintendent should never be stopped until the crea- tion of the superintendent's office in obtained. Almost every white teacher has signed the petition asking the commissioners to create the «foresaid office. Kvery teacher who cries out, «We're afraid we won't get justice. reminds me of the Irishman who, when as- sured bv the judge thathsshosld have justice, replied, cKaith, an' it's not justice I'm axin'. Why any teacher who has the welfare of his pupils at heart should op- pose this measure, I can not see. I can see how anyone who has never investigated, and who does not keep op with the tide of af- fairs. might oppose so important sn educational movement. But bow anyone who sees the need of chance to organize, systematize and so regulate the educational natters in Burleson county that, holding to the conscientious teacher snd hunting down...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

¿*a •' •"*• 'lina ftiM-ftttttfl>l<litÍTliM¿B>Mil(j The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. i .1 oipunffMrTVTtTTffrTrtTTrirffTWic Tnwnxprniinffo—otffi YE FARMER! Religion and Money. Kvery dollar that a man earns In a Bad Way. When a town haH more aaloon- should be apent to the iplory of keeper than it haH school tea'ch- (Juil. | era, it is in a bad way. When a The teaching of Christianity town has more money invested aliout money is now what it has in saloon property than it has in ulwavs been it all belongs to school property, it is in a bad (¿ml, and should be «wed by the way. When a town has more id.in as (lod would uae it in the saloon than it ba« churches, it man's place. is in a bad way. When .1 town! This is the only true use of spends more money for whisky I money that the man who has it'than it does for religion and edu-j use it to make others happy, not ¡cation, it is in a bad way. to provide hitnaelf luxury. «€€«« , The tlrat duty of every man Half the child...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 February 1899

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. I Dr. Carroi Married The following, from the Waco jomtn. tditort oHd PnpritHn. in the Caldwell pnrtoAo* Mt *C- ■niMr. Issued firery Prlilnv Morning. SntacripllON Rate . m _on n* Month* •i Advertising Rates. All advert i lni: mi first pugc will Iwclwrjed Dimiv !>•■• ineii Ntriilttlii, wlili bo ml notion r 1*1*0 sS IUy art* one insertion twrntjr cents Ich; t " - — in 'Miv mm I I"M n; i«u InserUons tlilrtjr-tlvc i;i«uU ; one nonth sixt y etnto per Inch. Looal r*u* Ms vea and one-half cento per ItoU frtt Insertion nml «ve cent* per line MBMb*(H|uent Insert tou. larles, carda of I hanks and notice* of j tinmen* given for religion , edtura- wrutinnitMi' itiTfii ior ™ '«- _aa> or cburitttble purposo* at half regu- lar notices of all kinds 11.00 per hundred • drst insertion and *0 rents per taun- words each subsequent insarvion. ro Niws-Chho«ici.« desires a corres- lent at every pnstofllce In the county. In exchange will furnish the paper, stn- iry and postag...

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