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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

IffffffTTTTT1 "*i i "m <& V&)pH*#- ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ W? %*«• |<ü 9 9 • HERALDS OF SPRING CDC for the poet may lie 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, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They come from makers who spare no time, thought or money in producing exquisite designs; but with all their beauty and g< <>d quality they cost little. All our other depart- -— H, LEVI. ments have complete new stocks. wwww mtmwwmvwwwmwwwHMNWMmHwwtHwmmPMMtmwmmmi & A drtWNWWMW A Wú^iW i people you KNOW, i L|—«mum 4MMMI ?•< •? Frank Stefka visiicd Brenham last Saturday. Walter Werner paid Bell ville a visit ! ** week. Judge Mclvcr paid short visit to Be i ton since last issue. I)r. Bled hoc, of Somerville, was in town Wednesday,on business. John Kuhach, of Somerville, was in town Monday on business. Xemines Keevcs has been quite sick...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

m \ AAA r i Ji th ié« A A tk A A A JnliihJiitiJiiiiJii = = Jesse W. Jenkins, 1 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. Situation in the Philippine . Houston Post. The national administration is being driven to the humiliating necessity of seeking to treat with those whom it now regards as rebels, but whom it insolently spurned when it could have treated with them as allies with-1 ¡n the Philippines, we would have and rights in the Philippines; if feel humiliated by a reverse, but Aguinaldo and his cabinet had we have no sympathy for the ad- been treated with a de facto gov- ministration in its growing em* ernment and an honest and tact- harrassments. and can but mock ful effort had been made to come at it when calamity overtake...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

gÚcÁriONAL DEPARTMENT. HV l'KÜIC. JAMKS. Tto «Slraddtor. ,|«hjh S,,.V¡1'S of the human be- ¡ ¡> found in all the calling* of ¡¡fe, but in jHiliticte we find liini specially active. He seem * to tbrivo bent in the natural field of the demaifotfue politic . He in Jikc Paul in one reaped- he he- conics «•'" thing's to all men. that he ma> thereby get and hold of- jjce. This is the genu homo who isic favor of whatever the people «ant- lie has no settled convic- tions; he «•* the cservant of the people- If he sees that a meas- ure ni.t\ take away some of his silver «.brines trade, he does not .(.y out no, not he; he in too wise *n ins < wn 1m half. He sa vh to the friends .1 the measure: «What-' 0vcr you want I'm in fa - or of ilo- , How considerate! Hecon- lioui"- i" the lukewarm anil oppo- nentswith tmu h tin- same speech, adding' perhaps, th.it «I can't see what advantage this would lie to the people, although w hatever you folks want I shall gladly support. There is no bette...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 28 April 1899

Maximum values at Minimum frises That is what cash buyers want and we give it to them. We buy for cash be- cause we can buy cheaper. We sell for cash because we can affonl t<> sell cheaper. To prove that we do sell cheaper, compare our prices with credit store prices. YOU ARE SATE WHEN YOU BUY HERE As our store policy makes it so. One price to everyone, marked in plain figures. Never say a thing we do not mean to make good. Never misrepresent goods nor persuade customers against their inclinations. Honest goods at honest prices. The brst value for the lowest pricc. Your money back if you want it. Those are the cardinal principals of our policy. Any child can grasp that( just as simple as A B C. AAA Ready^cvWear Garments. Wc with this week to call the attention of the ladies to our big stock of Ready-to-Wear Garment , of which we ate making a special effert to-have the right thing at thr lowest possible price- and you know we do not know how to make a failure. AAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

'¥ Caldwell News-Chronicle. ml. XIX. OUR AIM IB THE OKATBBT BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY. 5. 1899. V THE SENSATION OF THE HOUR. Charm! Sleep! Hush! A dream! A smile! The flutter of wings! The silent odor of roses! A dashing storm of colors symbolic of the rain- bow! Are things what they seem? Are visions about? Xo, 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 prettv wings, bright feathers, fussy flowers, unfurled stream- ers and majestic designs that charm the ladies Faian's Millinery Deoartmeit. NO. 50 mii.'iifi — >rntrir FROM OUR RURAL STAFF. ' ><• «* e«*e tíCíífrfH * J DfANVMIi. to llallcttsvillc Saturday to join the feather crew, where he has j been since Christmas. \V. H. Moslcy, of Chester, DKAKVILLK. Tria . May 2. | [Emtom NEWS-CH eos IC I.K ■ We had a very refreshing I «bower ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

• f? ■'-■-'■yw ■ • flE<# ■ ''iV 1 «i: sév m s#,- Ai.V EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT BV PROF. C. JAMKS. What studies give the best men- tal culture in a common school ed- ucation? ¡«a question that puzzles the wisest teachers. Specialists would name their respective branches as the ones most suited. The lover of mathematics tells us there is nothing like arithmetic. A superintendent in a neighbor- ing town says there is just one thing that would beat arithmetic, and that is a salary which would last through vacation. Socrates said philosophy was the ne plus ultra of all sub jects. Many claim grammar, when properly taught, surpasses all other subjects, and still others would contend that history exceeds all subjects in mental educational value. Hut, being a crank with several ideas dimly developed, I beg leave to differ from the one-idea cranks by saying that each subject has its peculiar educational value. If, in assigning me this subject, you wanted me to say that arithmetic gave the hi...

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

tow r*ffc liMM. Benighted person who at this dnv arc going ahout asking, jt is Algerian ? -vill obtain information they doir* in tor I,odge's «History of the lish - American War, the «rth installment of which ap- rs ¡n the May number of Har* Maga'-nv. The senator'., .rration will take its place, we somewhere between the accounts of the newspaper corre- jpondent , written in hot haste ooor near the field, and the per- fectly dispassionate writing of the later historians. Beyond a doubt Senator Lodge puts before u* thi* truth <>l history. We know tn the fact «any nts into question. It in because, in his more deliberate- tvrvey, he confirms a multitude 0f former testimonies that we have faith in him; and yet he is utili ho near to the events he re- dling orders of a sick and absent commander, certainly. Here ia another estimule of General Shat- ter's capacity: I.awton and Chaffee and Ludlow had Hunt* to Kl l-imc)' with a well-defined purp«<.sf. It i t difficult, even after the...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

> " ¡v; ■ '■ w ■Kran BL"!'® SfepW 5 llil . m Bg', AKmmIIII NM7 liSrnflBS that combinen beautv and com- fort with convenience, is one of our well made, easy riding sur- reys. It is unexcelled for work- manship, durability and comfort, and will give more satisfaction for general family use than any other carriage made. T. A. Low & Sons. Brotthatti, Texas. I Stories of tb© Street. * —The whole lumber yard force went away this week, leaving W, II. Jenkins with all the bags to hold. —-Psvv'raí cases of measles are reported this week in town and some in the country neighbor- hoods. —A jolly crowd of young peo- ple enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Jenkins last Monday evening. —Commissioners'court meets in regular session next N.onday, May 8, and will probably hold a very busy session. —The infant child of Joe Kre- nek, of Lyons, died last Wed- nesday morning and was buried * at that place Wednesday after- noon. —Very little business was transacted In the county court...

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

1 = a^m mMKmm i i ¡i i The Spiritual Man, xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. r ■v-cv ?*wmnw «Kumv.t * ■ * ,«. f 1\Q.IJU? C Su.tlii* law ViufatJwa. ¡expressed my regret that condi- A*kan> sheriff or prosecuting tions were such that we had not by gttoroív u ed an«l í,r> | violet ion >. jt ¡s becalm coovuiiou in such that any hotly doubt nolatcd the law. but that, whether 411"" . to., iv to the church publicly, forme, left to C"'* ' "• j "* nt X t to tlial |JO churoh in Texas ha stood impossible to get .i i'üllviction, | mure !• vally by the work. They have And rtuheK nodded and gra * eit swung, Ju t where the crick flowed outer the bog, There lived i grumpy ami mean ole frog. Who'd set all day in the mud and «oak, And jewt do nothing hut croak and croak. Till a blackbird hollered, «I nay, yer know! What ¡i* the matter there below? Are you in trouble, er pain, cr what? The frog nay*, «Mine U an orftil lot; Nothing but mud and dirt and slime For me ter look at juat all the time; It' a ...

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

NEWS-CHRONICLE.. Mir 4 MUM. tdihn utd Pnfrt—n ■altred tn the Ca'dwell p uHo«c« « wc- ••d-cla matter. Subscription Rate . On* Year fix Month Four Montn Two Month ft 50 Ml Sft Advertíalas Ratea. All Hilvfrllxlrtgon flr t page will I*" charged do will ptt Inch straight, with uo reduction for luriti DUulav >id- one insertion twenty eenU per lii.-fi; lw«> luwrtloii!, thlrty-n*e ceuU per inch: >111 ' month Uty cent* i er Inch. Local rate* «even and one-half cent tier line firM Insertion and «ve cent per line eicb(ui i'<]u('ut Insertion. Ubltuark-t.. curds of thanks and notice* of entertaliinent-i given for religion , educa- tional <>r cbarltuolo purpose at half rt'itu- 1 ar rate . Legal notices of all kind* 11.00 >>er hundred word* tir t itiM-rtlon and Mj cent p ir hun- dred word each subsequent Insertion. The Nrwh-Chkoxiclk desires a oorr ' - Mttofdce In the county. pondent at every poMofllee In t sad In exchange will furnlxh the paper. sta- tionery and postage fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

Trade Caldwell. A great many of those who will read this ad are not trading at Caldwell—possibly some of them not at all. That's because you have never tried the merchants here. * You can easily afford to drive a few miles : o.......O CALDWELL'S MERCHANTS WANT YOUR TRADE IT WILL BE MONEY SAVED FOR YOU TO TRADE WITH THEM. | these (lays to ji^et your supplies nt the prices j at which our merchants are selling. Times ! | are so close that you must ^ct The Most for Your Money : . \nd the places to get that are right in our town. Kead every advertisement in this j paper and then see if it is not to your interest I to come and see our merchants. •' I sed-to-be M DON'T BE A CLAM. TRADE WHERE YOU GET THE BEST VALUES FOR THE MONEY SPENT. THAT IS AT I CALDWELL. \ fit, > I • « 11.... M M,I III l.lll^fllllj >rices are all forgotten and the reign of low prices lias be^un. If you see anything advertised by a Caldwell merchant it is sure to be true, (iive us a trial and you will always Trade...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

' •Vv.'\ jríí> y.v. ¡i-v, rV V V VVtVIV M m m w^r-wrwwwww w wwwwwww wwww-i W. Jenkins, The Jeweler, r, 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. ... _ ' - «mm:su i that he did hisoourtiug m tne pantn WHERE BEECHER WOOE*. | o( ,hc ]lu||>nl hmtw * ||Ue, ^ h;r famous Divine Won His Wife in P*atry Eunice was making pastry for the of a Farm Bouse. Henry Beecher Bullard is just en- tering upon his thirty-first year a postmaster and proprietor of the vil- lage store iu West Sutton, Mas?. Mr. Buiiard is well known in business and political circles through Worcester county, but it is not generally known, says the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram, that his name, Henry Beccher, was given to him by his uncle, Ilenry \7ard Beecher. , v Mr. Bullartl was born ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

■i ■ • .■■■■■■ * #1' "'jvfñ-yú u'aUH V.Á ■ RALOS OF SPRING 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 pattern in Organdies, Challies and other spring and summer goods. They 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- ^i^ T ETV/T ments have complete new stocks. LjD V1# ^wwwwMmmtmmmmmwwwwmwMmwfmmMmmwwwmwi m Í PEOPLE you know Jim (Gillespie, who formerly ' worked at the printer') trade in Caldwell, but now connected with ! the Brenham Press, spent Sun- Mr.and Mr . C. L. Windhausen \ day in Caldwell. visited Austin this week. Corporal J. M. Johnston for- Dr. Mo*is v isited his home in merly of Co. 1 First Texas volun [¿c county last Sunday. Mttfph Perry, of Hrenham. I Want An Athletic Club. Some of the young men are figuring on organizing a...

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

! £ ■ tire I' I Su?/ fcfr : 'V , . fef'v''" í ' THAT. There if at Werda, in Dahomey, a temple in which 1,000 snake* are fed by the priests. England owns ab^ut 4.000,000 bowé, which yield $1< 0,000,000 worth of milk, huticr and chc« - uiwiualll)*. A four mouths' iour from l.ugland to India can be made, inchuling al! coate, with cconomy for £1,500 and luxuriously for $'¿,.*>00. A German tailor who dud at IJrcs- Uu in is;]? had *"uch kc«u ¡-ijiht thai he was able to we two of J up iter1four moons-with the naked eye. Dr. 8 annul Kolin, chief rabbi at Buda-IV-th for 30 years, has bien mido a n¡. ntber of the Hungarian house \ 1 magnate. , being the fitvt rabbi ever appointed to the tipper house of parliament in the Austro- Hungarian empire. Many lioinan remain?, including a colosal head of Marcus Aureliiif . hare been dug up at Carthage by M. OauekKr, director of antiquiiies in Tunisia. He *rems to have reached the Ro man Carthage founded by flraccbu . but not to have «truck the Ph...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

A BEALITF. The H«ron had gone to Hamburg. Th* ltoronw«, ¿or sorae rei,on knou 14 u. tii 1 r*elf, chote to vir.t hcf friend* Lord nd Lady VitcUfft', ut their *hooting-box m Wensley little. í The HaroiieM had never been m fpplur.ci Mors. She found the Yorkshire climate both cold and damp that September. Her hoi , and I hum* vcrc kimI nu anua"1® but u i' ltU ,.;it to Mf them that «he had come. In licr letier of invitation Lad) Wat- ¿liflí hud Mud >-■ ■■ v# "It it the only one 1 Hare, out it u like he%itill.w She looked at it io tilcnce for aome moment ; then he mid: "There are more photographs in the caae; are they your children? May I see?" lie gave her the otsc, aud she looked at the portraits one after another. A ►he closed it she said gently: "You are happy? >eeu nat ICS ] torn* was so sad. "I have been The barones looked up quickly, hi appv.' ;d u "Do you love your boys much?" she asked, with a little catch in her voice. Again liupert Ray looked into space over the heathery ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 5 May 1899

Maximum values at Minimum Prices That is what cash buyers want and wc give it to them. We buy for cash lie- cause we can buy cheaper. We sell for cash because we can afford to sell cheaper. To prove that we do sell cheaper, compare our prices with credit store prices. YOU ARE SAFE WHEN YOU BUY HERE As our store policy it to. One price to everyone, marked in plain figures. Never say a thing we do not mean to make good. Never misrepresent goods nor persuade customers against their inclinations. Honest goods at honest prices. The best value for the lowest price. Your money back if you want it. Those are the cardinal principals of our policy. Any child can grasp thati just as simple as A B C. XW Ready'teWear Garments, We wiah this week to call the attention of the ladies to ow big stock of Rendy-to-Wcar Garment , of which we are making a special effort to have the right thing u the lowest price—and you know we do not know how to make a failure. SHIRT WAISTS AND SKIRTS. Ladies' Shirt Wai...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

HSPPiPra, —■ ■ -■'■ wr t^l Caldwell Ne ronicle. OUR AIM 18 THE GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY, 12, 1899. NO. 51. v fa6an's millinery THE SENSATION OF THE HOUR. Charm! Sleep! Ilush! A dream! A smile! The flutter of wings! The silent odor of roses! A dashing storm of colors symbolic of the rain- bow! A re things what they seem? Are visions about? Xo. 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 Fagan's Millinery Department. V <tn|l l|l t$l 1$) <|l l|l |l l|l t$t l3>*$H$l l|l l|l l|l l$> o it + It Pays to Trade at COBBS. Caldwell's Greatest Store. Read His 44 on Last Page. $i ift i|i i$> i$ *$< $i I$I i$i I$I I|I ift i|i tft i$i ifr i|< ' FROM OUR RUR...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

'' f' . fr.i mkkf A correspondent of the Missis- eippi Valley Democrat last week write* a very interesting letter on populists, which is so directly to the point that we reprint it en- tire as follows: Being a reader of your ably conducted paper, I take great in- terest in reading your editorial articles, also many of the articles of your correspondents. It has been said that, «In the multitude of counsel there is wisdom, and if you will allow me, I will add my mite to two articles that ap- peared in your issue of March 16. In your comments on a corres- pondent from Texas, you say, «When we show the fallacy of re- deeming one kind of money with another kind, and advocate pub- lic ownership of public utilities, our populist friends wag- their beards and say we are grazing in their pastures. But the trouble with them is, that when they fenced their pastures in they *fuged' (I suppose you mean fudged) over onto democratic ground; and if they could see the hundreds of letters that come ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

inoughts m p«r-r** * Mi Ikiri fnm You know an well as I that it in imp0"'*'1''0 10 e*a««erale the Irllsof strong drink. A plague! A platf110' In thc f,r*1 p,ttCC' the inebriate sufTers from the loss name, Ood ban ho ar- coifed it that no man Iohch his reputation except by hi* own act The world may assault a man. ;. «• lhc P°werH of dar,<- nc H may assault him- they can not capture him so long as his heart i* pure and his life is pure. All the powers of earth and bell can not take that (Vibralter. If a man is right, all the bombard- ment of the world for five, ten. twenty, forty years will only strengthen him in his position. So tli.it all you have ti do is to yourself right. Never miml the world. Let it say what it will. It can do you no damage. Hut as soon as it is whispered, «he drinks, and it can be proved, he begins to go down. What clerk can get a po- sition with such a reputation? What st re wants him? What church of God wants him for a member? What dying man wants bim for ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 12 May 1899

4 s ip - . M «ft T. A. Low & Sons. Bretihatn, Texas, Carry everything in the vehicle line. Two to three carload* to «elect from. Ouick «ale enable u* to make prices right. If you want a Muggy, Surrey, Phaeton, JumpMcat. Koad Wagon, or anything on wheel , It will pay you to ee our atoek before buying. Our Adriance Buckeye Mower and Thoiua* Hay Kak * have no equal; and you can always get thí extra from our «helve . We carry the extra for all Houth Texas for the Adriance Huckeye. Office and bug^y house south of and near the paaaeuger depot. Every- body cordially invited to examine our Htock. If we cannot aell you better good for leu* money we do not expect you to buy. T. A. LOW & SONS, yw| —A. ii. Jenkins went tu Will- 1 Stories of tbe Street. 1 ! inmson county last week and pur- hwwnmmnmmmnmmnmnmmw. chased six head of fancy blooded ¡cattle for use in the pastures -There will be a concert to-i belonging to the firm of Jenkins night (Friday) at the opera house.1Jenkins. The herd...

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