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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

TWELVE PAflSE. Caldwell News-Chronicle Ul'R AIM IS THE GREATEST HENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. vou XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY >4, 1899. NO. 4a THE PIONEER CASH HOUSE. Still in the field. Got a ledger in the store larger than the Holy Bible, but never mind that, we have other good thing and we want your cash track. Have now in stock and afload, Boys' Knee Pant Suits, Men's Baltimore Made Fine Suits, Men's Fine Suits and Pants from Philadelphia, Edwin Clapp's Fine Shoes, Laces, Embroideries, White (roods, Featherhnne Corset*, Dress Goods, Notions and Millinery. You will find new g««nls and moderate prices at 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 buv your goods from J. F. COBB. r A V YELLOW PRAIRIE. FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. BRYMI...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

10 Ira i í mh 1 ük THE FARMOTS TROUPES. Some Causes and Their Remedíes.^No. 7. -BY GEORGE" In support of the position we ; much money by several millions took in our last regarding the of dollars as the medium crop of cotton question, we submit some 18K8. Let any one who desire* figures compiled bv Mr. Jeffer- compare these different crops son Johnson, commissioner of agriculture for the atate of Texas. As his article cover the exact ground which we have tried to cover in more than one of this series of articles, we will ask for its insertion entire as a part of this paper. Mr. Johnson furnished this article to an At- lanta paper, from which it was clipped by the St. Louis Repub- lic, as follows: Cotton far Profit. Austin, Tex., Jan. 28.—in re- aponsc to your favor of the 25th inst., with inclosures, I beg to state that there is no question that is of more vital interest to the whole people than that in which you are taking such an active interest. I realize fully that many farm- er...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

Jesse W. Jenkins, The Jeweler, Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after anything in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now has an ideal jewelry store.—It is lacking in nothing. IKOM COMPANY I, MRS! 11 XAS. camp com'mhia. i Havana, Cuba. Feb. 1« . I Ki.ITOKS NKwH iuusitu: Sergt. Jamen 1). Wood is on the' s,k k lint with an arm ho aore that I bo can't do regimental duty. Privates Robt. Simpson and Warren Billiard have started a hand laundry in company I, and | believe it is known as the « Wing S-Mi and Hop Lee laundry, «where you can get your clothes washed white as snow, and t n i the next pay day they will polite- j lv call lor a dollar or ho. From: their January profits they seem to he doing very well, and with their l.'nitvd States volunteer pay it makes them quite a nice salary, f Our First Texas beer canteen opened on the 4th of the month, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

CALDWELL KHS4MMWLL. Mr s jema. UHn mt rntrtom. cd Ir. «he Caldwell posto Ace u «c- l-Olaan mutter. KubucriptloH Rate . Yeur Moni lis ontii* O Moni li- «1 0 mi cv KEEP YOt R MONEY A T HOME. Ad erti iag Ratew. Alluílvi'rt -iiiüoii tir*! iMitc will lie rliurtfitl It-onlo per ln li «tinluM. «lili no roduction ItWlfC ;i«U. DUpbty tul* one Insertion twenty rent Mr (¡it'll: TWO Insertion* thirty-Ave renta jpar inch; otw *nonth nlxiy Mill |*-r Inch. Local rale seven nnd one-half rwiln per Ma* lr>t luM-rtlon and «ve ovnta par lina Cteb BObwHjuent Insertion. Obttearle*. c*«U of Uiaitk* and notice* of SBGiñment riven for religión*, «yluca- ial or charitable purpuau* at half regu- rate*. il notice* of all kind*W08per hundred •rat Insertion and (Ml cania per hnu- woidx each nulweijuent Insertion. Nttara-c'H ho*irt.lt desire* a corre*- t at every tM**u>ttce In the county, jn exchanfe wfl • furnish the paper, *ta- .jery and po*t«*e fre<-. Wr 111 b > plea*"d to mwapoud with any one on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

death frrncli rreaMMt Fmscs Away Is the Efysec Falart 4S IU BUI A ftW HOURS. PrrttfMt Mi S« tral ai« csMstt mmí Km liMlk si PrwMfal Pun. M. Felix Faure, president of 1hc republic of France, died at 10 o'clock on tli<> night of the 10th after un illness of a little over throe hours. The cause of death «un apoplexy. The president knocked at the door of M. Le- <«all, his private secretary, in the Kly.-ce palace, and itiforuied him he na* ill. A physician who wae in the palace at the time wa* sum- moned aud other doctor* moon ar- rived. President Faure rapidly grew worse and at 10 o'clock he wreathed hit last, lie died re- dining on a sofa. It not until 11 o'clock that the news began to bccotne known to the general public in Pari , and from that tune began a continu- ous arrival of public men. .Strict order were issued and only mem- Iwr# of the cabinet were admit- ted to the palace. - — He* * Market t lab Baaqest. Exactly 1H14 persons were seat- ed at the tables of the banquet ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

1 II N«ws-Clironlcle. I Presrletors. I. I* 1- i iTBW FK1PAT MOaWISOj of A club maa—"Lata to bed early to ryee." Tl « nor* of nobody * man I tin Important be thinks be la. a>: V Patience ia all right in Ita place, but it ia better to back tenacity to win. Gov. Roosevelt ha« already begun to "reatarch" the civil service of New York. But few people are satisfied with their fortune or dissatisfied with their own wit After a politician has been dead thirty or forty years he is sometimes referred to as a statesnyui. When a man steals he does it for himself: but when a woman steals she does it for some worthless man. That embalmed beef certainly had whiskers on it. but Kagatf is the fel- low who bad the closest shave. Of all meddler*, there hi none who get It in the solar pleius quite so bard as those who meddle with love. A man can sometimes learn a great deal by studying the disposition of women—but the tuition usually comes high. nperor William says our war with was justified, but Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

H IBP , pastum ano vaum. til som* kwftliUM (all mi votoatMT oat art ruined. T«>xai grow* about 1,000,000 buabela of sweat potatoes annually. A staar weighing 1,144 pound* waa sold to Chicago al M.T5. Considera We cotton remaina un- picked In parta of Morirla county. corn In Payntto county la selling at 30 renta a bushel and hay at 17 per ton. Truck aardnera around Jackaonville. Fla.. report all their tomato planta killed. A great many ho¿s were frozen to doiith near Tuahamlngo. I. T.. and nu- meroua sheep. Volunteer oata were klled out In many portion of Eilla county by tbo it" nt free* . \V. P. Blmpaon. who bad 300 acre* in oat* in Hallas county. Kiyi the last «prig la killed. Many fa nuera in 1-an.ar county plowed their coton under* not being aide to get tt picked. The Truck grower ' association at Sevuln ha* ordered enough cantaloupe Beed to plant 1&0 aerea. O. H. Mewett loat about twenty head of young calve at hi ranch near De- catur aa a result of tba cold weather. Orang...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

n# ¡É#l& m :i YOUR TURNING CRAY? What does your mirror My? Dots it toll you of some little streaks of gray? Are you pleassdP Do your friends of the same age show this loaa si power also? JMt remember thst gray bair never becomes darker without help, while dark heir rapidly becomes pay when once die change begins. Stenches Rre. anaea the scalp alao and prevents the formation of dandruff. It feeds and nour- ishes tbe bulbs of the heir making them produce a luxu- riant growth. It atops the fcfiñ fat!' falling out tnd given a Sns aoft finish to the bair as well. •saw ¡vajsris ¿&hszt to IM «I pact ad %|S**. rt* tl e laJfti; IM u.« of tbe •boat I. C AVL Looell. I I *IS KEEP YOU DRY. «ufe s Mackintosh I Hy«winiéMi(| IthetwiSkSetinn try in the tard- iest Mara Mf Dm Flih Brssd I SUchar If not for sale In your loara srrHe for cstsiorue to ,*.j. TOWER R.s*>n. Mi.*. FOR 14 CENTS Wa visa o «ata thieyssr www —7 CMtoaBvrfc and fcsnss uflor . . km II D luTia ir Oinerr On rlluaal Vtovw t ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

« @ © @ @ jj • D. LEVI,1 LEADER IN CUT PRICES, Calls your special attention to his line of Imported Laces and Embroderies. /Tv ' Vv wwwww His lino of dress good is carefully picked and is unsurpassed anywhere in beauty and quality. Call and examine. No trouble to show goods. a f, • ft V ■OPLEYOU KNOW. I .,1/1/1 r <v tyjf ¡ falter Murra\ ban been sick ; i Wt'CK- kdJer^ijf sv;i- in town Monday km Cameron. [ton Sunn wa* up from Pitt-, iJjri' TOt'HíillV . ¡J. H. Alexander «pent Monday Pemplc on business. «a Hell h H been on the nickj I several days this* week. L. Womack ban been quite; with the grip thin week. jenrv Lackey and Walter Lrray visited Milano last Sun- kd Sail v. of Brenham. visited trtMurra} several day s this tk. ifory Lacke) and (llenn H -s- ^«rent «down to Koppe's farm <.dav. i ,cc Alford made a business iU>Cbriesman the earl;, jiurt |hlN Htl'W. i Shield*., of Br yan, visited |famil\ <>i Pr. K. Porter lSuada\. udi;e Mel ver visited Bel ton Saturday .*nd Su...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

Educational Notes. xxxx BY PROF. C. JAMES. «cy. THE NEBULAR HYPOTHESIS. The nebular hypothesis is un- derstood by very few teachers and still fewer persons in other walks of life. Many who have heard something of the early form of the sun and his satellites are ready to say, «It does not agree with the Bible, and I w< accept it. These forget that the Bible says, «The earth was with- out form, and void. The nebu- lar hypothesis takes up this idea, which, with the scientific facts before us, is the only theory that has successfully stood the test of all arguments brought against it. Herbert Spencer disagrees with the theory that the planets are all children of the sun—cast off from that body at intervals during the unnumbered ages that are past, but be does not even attempt to give us a substitute. So, support- ed by scientific observation and research and the Sacred Word, we shall clin^ tc this theory until some one offers us a better. The sun at a very remote pe- riod pervaded, i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

The Spiritual Man, . i i i i í I i I i II I í ¿VXAiAA BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. Theri- i une word of Jesus that j injj in the ri^ht style, and one is ]Wav> comes hack to me as about apt to he troubled about it, but it ¡he noblest tiling that human lips is a jfreat thing to feel «Novvlani ¿ ever said upon our world, not going to be influenced by the od the m< st comprehensive, that way these sheep bleat: I am act l'.pms to sweep into itself all the to lead them, rather thanIfttbem Amnion place experiencenof man- lead me, and I am going to be iiad. l'<> you remember, when guided by something far more Ihc wa> sitting with his disciples reliable than the bleating of the it llu supper, how he lifted up sheep, namely, the voice of the llii* voice ..nd prayed, and in the (ireat Shepherd, 1 soon found jidst ol his praver there c .me that the best way tobe delivered lthe«*e wondrous words: «For¡ from the bleating of the sheep Lheir sakes I sanctified myself, was to be tilled with t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 February 1899

12 It 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 everybody has increased our trade to such an extent that we had to hunt larger quar- ters and we now cordially invite you to visit our new store and inspect our goods, and you will find one of the largest stocks of goods in this part < f 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 hound to become the popular store of the town. W e are ambitious in just that way and are seeking just such popularity—a popularity based on genuine worth and hard, cold facts. <$i i$t I|I I|I I$I I$I I|I >$> $> >$i 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 P...

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

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. V<)L. XIX. OI K AIM IS THI£ ÍÍRKATBST 1IKNEKIT Tí) THE FARMEKS AX!) WORKING PEOPLE OK liUKLESON COUNTY. CALDWKJX, HUKLKSON COUNTY. TKXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1890. NO. 42. 2 TK^ Pi$iWFR Slin 1,1 lhr flckl G(,t a le,i^(,r in the storr lartr,'r s SriüL u IVnlLr than the Ho1v Bihlef hut never mimi that, VI' have "5 CASH HOUSE other good things and we want your cash trade. 5 Have now in stock and aiload, Hoys' Knee Pant 5 Suits, Men's Baltimore Made Fine Suits, Men's Fine Suits and Pant- from '■Z Philadelphia, Kdwin Clapp's Fine Shoes, Laces, Embroideries, White Goods, 5 Feathering- Corsets. Tírese éomla, Notions and Millinery. You will iiud new I* good* and moderate prices at IT PAYS To trade at Cobb's first, last and all the .time. He has the largest and best selected stock and the prettiest j store in this section of the state. His prices are AL- IWAYS right. Read his ad on last page, and go to the new store and buy your goods from J. F. COBB. ...

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

Educational Notes# xxxx BY PROF. C. ¡AMES. Caldwell people are talking of ¡county. Should you never suc- touilding a new school house. I ceed you will have the satisfac- hope it will not end in talk. tion of having it said of you as it was in the time of Christ, «She hath done what she could. composed of men possessed of If we had a school house centrally located, our school would have to ... , j t emplov another teacher. We There is now extended an invi- b,ffhcr principles and ideas of need one very much now, but by tation to all of us to go and see :uul justice than their pre- crowding each room and slight- how well they are succeeding on dccessors. both bills will be Second Creek without a superin-1 pr°mptly killed. It wil not be honest ™;Jannett s New York Store "S,. ^ • • • surprise . COUNTER ... in the £ created considciable indignation cvery ¿a„|| Buver. We will make this counter a Special Depart- in the ranks of the sporting fra- ment to our store, Watch this space every wee...

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

* # * # # * Jesse W. Jenkins, The Jeweler, Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after anything in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now has an ideal jewelry store.—It is lacking in nothing. WHIRL TNI PEOPLE LOSt. Waco Timea-Herald. Member® of the Texan senate ami ho une opposed to the enact- mrntof a civil statute defining libel and indicating matter priv- ileged for publication bv the press of the country are respon- sible for the failure of the news- paper of Texas to publish the report of a legislative committee showing gross mismanagement, maladministration and negled of duty in connection with a state institution. The committee's re- port contains a plain recital of bold facts, in themselves consti- tuting a vigorous arraignment ol certain government agents and appointees. Records ire adduced to show- that the state has suffered both financ...

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

K- IS tHUT « JOINER. £dHor$ and Fropntton put) i.lti'c U MP Caldwell news-chronicle.' wi uould cau the ^iecial at*' itention of our thinking readers. • to an extract in another column from the Richmond Coaster. I'n- ¡ tier the head, «They Should jPass. that paper gives our legis- f lator some telling and well «le- sser ved whacks. It is altogether | o «YV r 11 Y' too true that the intelligent, law- Four M..rin> abiding cit'/en pavs the damages f*nlioni!i> — ¡ * _ , ^ ¡and the lowest oflfscounng of society tell , how the money must ; be spent. tatcreri in the Caldwel l-Cl* Blatter. Snhscription Kate . i3> il $ $ 'I' <t' <|i it' 't' 'Í"Í"I'^'Í' 'í' 'I' 'I' $ 'í' MORTGAGES & O Advertising Rates. All idwn * ■!« w>< Mr i III I*' ehnraed • cent* per hi nlr.iiiííi'. with no ntlueOon far law ml- • OiSDlar ad* one ln*ertio twenty cent Mr raiH vi•' rt!«> - í!¡!ri.y-flv. iVufc par iach: ouv Hunts l*ty cent* i*r lueu. laietil rut - *eeen Jind oie-hr 1f Wit per Hi (Jr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

«¡íf?FT¡! i?; * .t*[ ■ HI friifc Ciiww ritSM Away at • tía Natlaaal Capital *INI<WlMi A LONG IUNESS. Wat • Stan Mr Imm Vim Cra>l«ri D*U. Ke|irt*MBt«iivc John W. Cran- io rd of the fourth congressional district of Texas died ut Wiwh- ington at midnight on the 2d of heart disease and other complica- •ion after a lingering ¡line* . He was born in Clark county, Ala- bama, in 1859, and at 18 whi an orphan. By hard struggles Mr. Cranford a«*«|itirt*<l an education and choosing the latv a* his pro- fession forged to the front a an an attürney, hut tir*t coming to Texas. rend law under .Judges Hunter and Milam at Sulphur Spring . When 21 lu was ad- mitted ti the bar and became the junior memi>er of the law firm of Hunter, Putnam A Cran- ford. He wa elected state sen- ator in 1**8 and ro-eleeted in IM'J. He wa* chosen president pro tem. of the senate, being the youngest man who ever held that position. Cranford was elected to the liftv-tifth congretMi am a Den locmt. being oppose...

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

News-Chronicle. I Prwlrt# lbs Odd wall, TSSS , po i- PMPAT MO IX . of credit might be propsriy letters. marksman nay arrl- hit lb* target. Tm can't prevent tbe aun from net* by «topping your clock. Is tbe cheapest, but tbs isn't always the best radiator trust promises to be it freeae-out of tbem all. It is surprising what an amount of some people can accomplish. It's difficult for men to check their l. unless they have a bank bai- 1 Ha. I . «at mentioned war jber when you break the that the least said is the soon- tbe sword*and tbe pen join as in General King's case, suc- ia inevitable. A fortune awaits tbe inventor of a nickel wblcb dropped it- tbe slot will i a cable car appear. Tbe Spanish cortes will hardly be so st as was tbe United States In ratifying that $20.000,000. In not predicting the total failure it I crop somebody has been over- a prolonged series of oppor- Tha king of Italy is tbe only vege- tarte among European monarcbs and only king now living wbo was ever la battl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

It kii Imwb stated that one of the lending qualities exhibited by clcitrital engineers during the war was nadineaa of reeourve. TUI0 Is well illustrated la a story told by one of the ofllcers of the corps. There was a great deal of unensiaess about that time around Boston, us no one knew but that the Mpanlsh fleet wss Hailing straight for the city and iihells might be flying within twenty-four hours. On ktaturduy morning orders ram down to a M|uad of engineer* to set up bo fore night a completo isolated plan for searchlight work on one of the fortification* in the harbor, the men In charge of getting the boiler down the bay could get no ftuitable light anywhere, so they «imply plugged the holes in the boiler, rolled it off the iper. hitch «•d it to a tug and towed it down the harbor, kept admit by the air ioitide of it. The men who had to take down the engine and dyna- mo managed to get their ma- chines landed, but there they waited, with apparently no> pro poet of going further....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

HP w $ >:' '";v. \ V i' SES^ÍOTÍ? H Ü22ÜÜ ., i'Wi ;■< 4. ♦" ORY? montlif I hw • tasto ia my ratuth; my jaa to court; myhead rihaa and I often latí dim. kan na appetite far braakfaat aad what food I tat ditwtaata am. I bava a heavy faaliag la Mf atomach. I am gatting aa «Ml that aoiattimea I «rambla gad my amaa ara all oaatruag. lam catting pale and tbiaTl mm tB tired in the atoning aa at Bight." What dota your doctor aa* ? " feu art suffering fram im- par* blood.'* What ia hla remedy? ftSU br^ ICKER YOU DRY* Don't t* tooled ««TO mckmto*h or r*M«r coat. If yon want a coa that will kerp you dry in ''w (uri- e*t term buy the fish Brand If not for «at- in your urn. wrttc for catalogue to O t J. TOWER. Mast ' There's Only One Stand- ard of Quality In Athletic Goods— | "Spalding." Accept no, sustituto. Handsome Catalogue Vrm i A. O. MPAI.DI.VO A BHO& i Hew York. Chlr * Dearer | A DAY IN THE POWER HOUSI OF A STREET RAILROAD. Twoscore Men and Their Work—Keeping the Daily Record—To...

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