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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

•••HERALDS OF SPRING'" for the |>< et may Ik* the lilies, but for the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossoms with delightfully attractive patterns in < irgandies, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They come from makers who spare no time, thought or <noney in producing exquisite HHHHHIHtiil D. LEVI. designs; but with all their beauty and good quality they cost little. All our other depart- ments have complete new stocks. tí* i: Wit* j \>J~.V*Sm3nJn¿r trk PEO?LE YOU KNOW, i Win. Reeves spv'nt severa! days ¡n Marlin this week. K. bee Joiner left yesterday on a business trip to Waco. |{. K. Copeland has been in town a day or two this week on business. B« kn: To Mr. and Mrs. Aug- ust I'oppe, on Kridav evening. April T. 1 *•>• , a line buy. Mrs. Jack Kagsdale has been spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Alexander arc in Galveston this week and will probably remain sever...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 14 April 1899

ír i- S*— Jesse W. Jenkins, í The Jeweler, Jh Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcher after any thins 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. Veterans Are Not Pauper . Idreds of similar ease* where wealth in I one form or another ha* been destroy- The following clipping1 was 1 cd through the irrebatible progress of handed us this week by an old resident ot this county with the request that it be published for the benefit of the old veterans in our territory. It is rather surprising that any man of intel- ligence should be guilty of say- ing that the old veterans had «placed themselves in the cate- gory of paupers, but it would be an insult to the intelligence of our readers to devote any time to the refutation of such a charge, and we reproduce the article merely as an expression from the vet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM IS THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. Vt'JLrf XIX. CALDWKLL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1899. NO. 48. V FAGAN'S MILLINERY THE SENSATION Of THE HOUR. Charm! Sloop! Hush! A dream! A smilo! The fluttor of wings! Tho silent odor of rosos! A dashing storm <>f eolors symbolic of tho rain* bow! Aro things what they seem? Are visions about? \o, but roally wo* have received more orders than could be filled promptly. It is the combination of style arid beauty, the catchy effect of artistic arrangement of pretty wings, bright feathers, fussy flowers, unfurled stream- ers and majestic designs that charm the ladies who visit Fajan's Millinery Department. V $> «í «$ «$ $ i$ i$i t|i i|i >$><$> tí if t + It Pays to Trade at 60BB'S. Caldwell's Greatest Store. Read His Millinery Ad on last Pate. i$i i|i i|i i|i >|i i$i i|i i|i >$n$i $i it O O it i¥ *.* v FROM OUR RURAL STAF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. 4 jomen. Editor* ané Fnpri t rt. Bnter«d ln the Caldwell pontofllcc a* «ec ••4-cUkii matter. Subscription Rales. Oh Vph r ■U Moni lit Four Mont ni Two Mont lis $1 W 7' m then, afterward, when they turn the screws tighter than ever, we WHY PEOPLE Buy AT THE to force the state government to win groan and under fill 7 JftNNETTS NEW YORK STORE terrible burden, and howl still j hinder their doing business a* Not becam-t they like us any bettor, think we are hand-.-nnV louder anil longer, «Down with ¡other private citizens of the <>r more entertaining than other merchant*, but because wv .r¡|r. | better value than other local concerns. We do not claim that^th merchants who ask high prices make int re money than we do w'" are >n;i^e a profit, hut sell cheap becuuse tins business is organizó on lines that enable us t obtain exceptional advantages in buying the trusts. We want to get ritl of the trusts, but if its liable to cost us 4ate do. Wk notici h'alli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

Christ and tlw Sabfcatk. \ good many people, in order -lo justify their violation of the Sabbath, are making the point j the kingdom. that Chrmi belittled Sabbath ob-j Hut some one say : «Instead of acr vanee and minimi/ed the duty being bound by the ten command- of keeping it. How reckless men ments, christians are bound by become when they undertake to . the two commandments given by evade a plain requirement of the Jesus in Matt. 22:37-39, about lov- «teripture! I ing (lod and loving (tur neighbor. Kor example. 1 have heard this Kxactly so. But sc where you argument made: Christ quoted j put yourself. The two command- ant! indorsed the ot^er nine of ments of Jesus contain all that the t« n commandments, but said is in the ten commandments of nothingabout the Sabbath. That, Moses, and a good deal more. So statement has one fatal weakness! far from letting dgwn the bars of in argument, and that is that it i the moral code. Jesus puts them 1 ,R.)t true. Was it Josh Billings up highe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

f MW0 For Spring Driving w en there is nothing like one of our open, canopy top surreys lor familv use. They are matchless f. r con- venience and general utility, and arc the best all around carriage on! the market. When you Uuv one of our well-built, stylish and handsonu carriages you get splendid value for vour money, and genuine satisfac- tion. T-'ke a look at our superb stock, consisting of new Stough ton Wagón * Adrianu Buckeye Mow- er , Thomas Hay Rake , Empre Cultivator . c also handle everything in the building line, especially Doors and Windows. • . • . When in town call and see us. T. A. LOW & SONS. Brenlianit Texas. ►tories of tl)e Street. —J. H. Alexander's house is; about completed, and will be one of the neatest cottages in that section of town. —Frank Holt, who lives near Clay Station, was tried Tuesday awl adjudged insane. He was MQt to the county asylum at once. —Improvement seems to be the order of the day in Caldwell now, both in business and residence •oction...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

. AMERICANS MOVE After the Retreatl«i Forces la the ftilliiplfies ANO OVERTAKE SOME OF THEM. Dae!* laa't Mftn Csrsfslly Aey Ovart Act A*M Mi Ntt Stafte Hum* f*t m fir* fey Rim, Airaariiv 0 . Starting in un easterly direction along the road to l'ai)*iui liam, • partv of sixty sharpshooters un- der Lieut. Sutheru of the Wash- ington regiment came upon a trench aeross the roud ahout one mile from Santa Cruz. Lieut. Suthcrn was woentlo'l. The Americuu* then advanced with the mounted guns and four- teenth infantry and the buttalion* in the center, Link' battalion of the first Idaho infantry on the right aud Fraine's battalion of the first North Dakota infantry on the left. both flanking. The treneh was carried without loss to the Americano. Paiisonghatu was found deserted. One Filipino was killed and five wounded near Toga*. Kight North Pakotan* w. re ambushed and all but one shot. Additional Filipino dead of the fight of the li'th north of Santa Cruz "well J he list to 1.V . The America...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

if: *" , 6 Caldwell News-Chronicle. <T JOIHMI. Mltori ««Ml Pro rT*tor*. la th* Caldwell, Te*a , pott* ■TUT FUDiT MOBKIXO. to nnri for one my make a i of ■ Bother. Mosey talk*, but unlike men II nev« •r gives Itself away. The antiquarian stores bl* mind with all kinds of forgotten thing*. Every time a man borrow* trouble lie pay* the Interest in worry. Love i* a feeling that render* some people unfeeling after marriage. If* better to be flow to anger than It la to be bandy with a Beven-ahooter. Hi* «atanlc majesty employe* hyp- ocrite* in a>l of hi* secret-service mi«- «ion*. The man who boasts of hi* Ruperlor brain* 1b seldom able to furnish the proof. Aguinaldo Is now looking for an- other town lot on which to *et hi* capítol. It always makes a Kentuckian mad to call him a sponge. A sponge will take water. When marriage prove* to be a misflt another suit can be ordered In the di- vorce court. Admiral Kauts' efforts to introduce American steel In Samoa I* meeting With consider...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

Ki • W '• 'i., - C ' \jf ^ ' i •'• flbahiu wrr ■« alibnta. K KimN*M mmé iliwin The opinion of flvt delegates from MinneboM nnd Wisconsin, published liv i hi* Edmonton Bulletin uvsr thalr names Is vorjr complimentary to Northern Alberta. The report un: "We must any wit* all sincerity that driving all over the country tor all dsys. we have aot found one settler who wes aot more thaa pleased with the country aad Its productions, nnd «ill not return to the laad be left. We hsve seen people here from nil parts of the states aad all doing well. We met a Dakota farmer by the name of McLean, who has Informed us that he ha ra leed more grain here In three years than he did In thirteen where he rsmc from, on half as much ground. We have seen n number of others, both men snd women, nnd all rpenk in the •sine strain about Alberta. They all look well and contented, even the chll drrn are happy. In out drive over the country. In passing the counlle-a rrbnol houses we could only see hap finesa tn ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

wmmm^ Pfii W I lNH reason Mrs. Pinkhr.n'a treatment helps women ive cot" Through some oí the many CONFIDENCE HELPS TO CURE pv fj promptly is ibat t¡ie> have confidence in her. Through some oí the many thousands of Mr*. Pink- bams friends an ailing' woman will be led to write to Mrs. Pinkham at her home in Lynn. Mass., and will tell her symptoms. The reply, mad3 without charge of •ny kind, will bear such evidence of knowledge of the trouble that belief in her advice at once inspires bope. This of itself i a treat help. Then the knowledge that women only Me the letter* asking for advice and women only assist Mrs. Pinkham in replying makes it easy to be explicit about the little things that defino the disease. Mrs. Eliza Thomas, of 634 Pine St. Bastón. Pa., writes: "Dkah Mas Pinkham—I doctored with two of the beat i doctors in the city (or two years and had no relief until I began the use of your remedien. I My trouble was ulceration of the womb. I suffered something terrible, could...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

IJUUUUL \ rmvni ••HERALDS OF WRING coc for the poet may be the lilies, but for the women folks a showing of New Spring Dress Goods has a greater meaning. Our store fairly blossoms with delightfully attractive patterns in Organdies, ChalHes and other spring and summer goods. The}' come from makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beauty and good quality they cost little. All our other depart- |"^ | ments have complete new stocks. i I PEOPLE YOU KNOW. 5: Most all oí the boys of Co. I, j Coun I cxas, returned home last Moses Tuesday, and a supper was given ! Mays' i them at the residence of J. i Reception to the Soldier Boy*, j The Smallpox Case. County Health Physician is returned Wednesday from ays' farm in the bottom where N T. Parks, of Bastrop. i« hen-i rV; "\v «• - F-1 he has been looking after the .... , . Cobb i uesday night. f smallpox case th^re. this week, visiting: lelatne*. | fhi- affair was very hastily ar- The negro i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 21 April 1899

ÍWWWWflWWWi IT PAYS TO TRADE AT COBB'S. Your Millinery Should be Right, And You are Safe When You Buy Here. ✓ not blame an}' woman for l*eing particular alxmt her hat, as she sees so many * dowdy ones, and no part of her wardrobe is so subjected to criticism as her head-wear. It is to our interest to encourage you to be particular in choosing and careful to get the right thing. Tin more determined you areto be well suited the surer you are to buy here, as our store is the home of correct millinery in this town. ;ax\:ú\,\AA.\:v A FE1IK PLAIN FACTS. r«V".>r ' K J f r'^\ r/j r We have been diligently en- gaged in the millinery busi- ness, and constantly in touch with the leading millinery markets of America for near- ly fourteen years. We em- ploy none but skilled trim- mers, and >ur present one, Miss Nicholson, has had a life time experience, was brought up in a millinery store, and has visited the leading milli- nery markets twice a year for the last seven x ears. She knows how...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

['Wm< !i ©^TWELVE PAGES. Caldwell News-Chronicle. OI K AIM IS TUB (iKEATEWT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEO. PLB OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, h PR1L 28, 1899. NO. 49 FAGAN'S millinery \f THE SENSATION OF THE HOUR. Charm! Sleep! i lush! A dream! A smile! The flutter of w ingsl The silent odor of roses! A dashing storm of colors symbolic of the rain- bow! Are things what they*seem? Are visions about? \o. but really we have received more orders than could be filled promptly. It is the combination of style and beauty, the catchy effect of artistic arrangement of pretty wings, bright feathers, fussy flowers, unfurled stream- ers and majestic designs that charm the ladies \\ ho visit FagasTs Millinery Department. V l|l l|l <|l I$1 tfl l|l 11| t$t ffl t$| ||| |fr t|| ||| & 4, i'f i'f £ It Pays to Trade at COBB'S. Caldwell's Greatest Store. Read His Millinery Ad on last Page. é & o & & •¡■fe* f+H+i I m 1*11* FROM OUR RURAL S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

i I CALDWELL NCWS-CNRONICLEL *MT é JOmeB. Editor* and h*pri ton Entered In the Caldwell po«tofflc« a ec oad-clu* matter. Subscription Rote*. One Year ... Bla Months four Montnn Two Month* Advertíalas Untes. All ndvi'M Uliuton first putt - allí I* Plmnred 41 cent* per Inch straight, with no reduction for lurtre arts . per per OUpliiy hiIs one Inaartlon twenty rent* i r inch: two Insertion* thirty-five cwut* Inch; ota month lxty cent* per Inch Locu! ralis *even und one-half cent* t er Une firs' iaiK'rtlou and five ceut* per line «■tell kuliMH|uent Insertion. Obltuarle- carda of thank* nd notice* of Thousands of commercial travelera in the United States have lost employment during the last two or three years on ac- count of the organization of the concerns they represented into trusts. Trusts reduce and lre- ! (juently destroy competiton, and " "¡render the employment of men to solicit business largely super- fluous. The curtailment of pay rolls and advertising expenses is the principa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

SBBEüS The Spiritual Man. AA.V.V.V BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. lhr Pwwib of Sin. found u tfootl many devout chris- fhc sun, we «ay, insure to rise, tians there, and they are hoping- but the rising of the sun is not so soon to have a church organiza- sure a« that everv transgression tion. > ><«« I understand that the Nkws- tnd disobedience shall receive a iusi t'^. ;ompcn e of reward. Snihinr «« earth is plainer tu""N'c,l: correspondent from -hán the fearful penalty that God Clav n,adc a c"n "omc ti,nc sin« «The soul that í,,r a Preachcr to go into that InctlMt shall die.. «ThewV« community. If he or any other *, ¡S death.. .Th,- wUlml clt'",n "< 'hat community will .hall !„• turned into hell.. .Hut writc «" mc 1 ,hinl< 1 can Pl" lb<!m ,h'. fearful and unbelieving and n a road that will secure for them , , „ i i at least occasional preaching. hc a'-mnnabie an<l muruerer* i * 1,11 , ««<«< nd whoremonger* and sorcerers . . A. an . ,, , , I hought and prayer both com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

.Jwyj Fer Spring Drlvtaé, there is noting canopy lt j* surreys like one of our open, canopy iop suirevs for family uno. They arc matchless i« r con- venience and general utility, and are the best all around carriage or the market. When you buy one oi our well-built, stylish atidhandsonu carriage you yet splendid value for vour money, and genuine satisfac- tion, Take a look at our superb stock, consisting of new Stoujthton Wagón , Adrlance Buckeye Mow* ers, Thorn a Hay Rukes, Empresa '* Cultivator . We ais. handle everything in the building line, especially Screen I). or> and Windows. * . * • When in town call and see us. T. A. LOW & SONS. Brenham, Texas. apivvvmvfvv Istorii i^M|w|i|i a a ♦ «> ( n i (11 > i n. n '1V f * UMu'MJJJ/ V Vf VflvVVI 1v••••If •• lw ■•wWlllififi Stories of tbc Street. PffW-ffW-W ' ,TA"«TT\ IH11 i H t n A Mexican at the county jail, arrested at Yellow Prairie for burglary, is suliering from the effects of too much calomel this week. He is badly sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

QUAY ACQMTTfD fie Jtry ItctaraN a Verdict at Nat Oailty. Ob Tuesday the senate reoeired a telegram from the Arkanaaa senate and one from the house urging it to paa* anti-trust law and house rcooivcd same. Petitions and telegrams from several parts of the state protest- wen ArroiNUB as mm*. I uro, wore read. A resolution by Potter to ap- lHfrr*tlM Is Km arsst Uh Sur Staia asi Otter if tfea Na tias'l CSSNSMWS4ÍIIM. point Senators Atlee, Burns and Uroer a committee to look into the matter of drafting a consti- tionsl amendment relative to gov, eminent of cities of over 10,000 Declared Net (¡silly. population, to roport to speoiat Matthew Stanley Quay, who session if one is held, was adopt- ers on trial at I'hiladelphia on : ed, and Potter was added to tho the charge of conspiring to tho Í committee. use of his own unlawful gain and ; Houso considered appropria- profit the funds of the state of tion bill. Pennsylvania deposited in the People's bank of Philadelphia, I'ythiss Knlvkts. was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

*>< wEfclr Caldwell Newi ¿U«T A JOINBK. Mllorsaad Pra rlator* la ÜM Caldwell, d class matter. MOBS «TUT yilDAT MOBMIMO AU men may be liars, but all lian ara not nun A woman ran make a pie out of anything she wants to. The meanest people on earth fancy tbat they are better than others. Man sometimes fancies that sin is taken out of him when he has lost only his conceit. Tl.e light of friendship is like the light of phosphorus—seen plainest whan all around it dark. Germany dots not want any trouble In Samoa, but, according to all ac- counta, every bit of trouble there bears • German brand. This tad of tending messenger boys from London is not accomplishing much, but It is giving the boys a chance to see a large and Impressive world. There are humane gentlemen In Georgia. Mississippi, and Arkansas who will continue to worry over the asanner in which the poor Philippines arc being shot down. There are moments when one can- not help but suspect the American forces In the Philippine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

if i- littpfi V' . i V * tcxankttbs. nrV. n. T. Logan. on trial «I Fart Worth un a blgmjr charge, wm givw: a iliree-ysr aeoiaiic®. gume iK>ya tfratgad tba town tank* of (irntiRor and auccawlad In aecurlng about 300 pounda of flah. Engineer W. C. Coleman, charged Willi killing bla fireman. H. . Lagow, at Itoraball. liaa been placed under #5000 bond. j#mw nnd Oeorge Ballentlne. charged at Rockwall with tbe killing of Will Suliivttn. colored, were admitted to ball In «*acb. William L.. Lowe of Texaa ban been promoted from 9900 to 91000 In tbe of- A,,. of the auditor for tbe treaaury de- partment William Terrell of Teiaa haa been appointed to a 91000 poaltlon In tbe of- fice of tbe auditor lor tbe poatoBce de- partment. j. W. Carpenter, a fanner real ding DMr tilmo, killed in hia barn in one day 331 rata, fifty of tbem coming out of one bole. The annual report of City Treaaurer Hall of Sherman abowa on band In caah and approved necifrttlM to the credit of the city 9M.ill.99. W D. Ita...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

' Wn iv# >jJ$ Hp:. ' ife \ffl irfl -| mrn^i ! ■jjJV;.;^ v • '' y," ■ $ H pw • i . ■ i > Public opinion is never far wrong You can ¿heat it for i time, but only for a time. The average life of a patent medicine is less than two years. They are pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said of them, but what they are able to do which carries them through the years. Ayers Sarsaparilla (wkick nade SamptfiUa iamoos) has never recommended itself to do what it knew of itself it could not do. It has never been known as a cure-all in order to catch all. For half a century it has been the one true, safe blood purifier, made in the best way out of .the best ingredients. Thousands of families are using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before, and its record is equaled by no other medicine. Is the best any too good for you? «■" ▼MS ANTI-TRUST BILL. ViupuMMl Mmmm Thai Wotnr lihmMMl. Following to Uie u-xt of the proposed •Mi-trust law, concerning which *o uiuc...

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