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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1911

i &*¿i -'K- 4; 1 '' ' & Sil *>K&m fo'TM B&IlHi Sfti itm *r AND NEWS- ;' * i 8 > Caldwell, Burleion County, Tesa*, = 111 io, 1911 . - ':jy; tESENT ahapen the FUTURE. What you do ¡ mcerns the things of tomorrow. A deposit today < is a competence tomorrow. you are at all anxious about your financial future, ! ild quickly seize the opportunity to save money. It. ; tter to save today than to try to eeonimzo tomorrow. ; = Make good une of the present; open an account with us ! ►AY, And TOMORROW try to increase it. i "he J'irst State ffiank. ' Of CaMmtH, Ctm QUARANTY FUND BANK OTHIR IUIINKII THAN BANKING! IIIIHIIIIIMIIIIIINM Mill ssm \ PRE5ERVINQ TIME should not he mad a more bother- some by the Isclc of sugar, spices, etc.. when needed. If you are going to do up anything- this year why not oome right now to this ho * of to- groceries and get the tilings you will need and need fo the min- ute. Don t wait, r-orne today. Simpson Grocery Co, For Á New Court House. The...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1911

.4-"' of the Town >t ti People You Ledger for local news r Oat Carter of Soraerville was attending county court this . «sk. ' Fudge and Mrs. 1. H. Bowers, Giadiiiirs, were over this week siting relatives. F. Cobb Compan| Millinery Opening Day Wednesday, March 15, from 1 till 630 p. m. Mamie Jenkins after a abort visit to the family of her parents. A. G. Jenkius and wife, '"^turned to Belton Monday. Miss Daisy Dulansy came up ¿rom Bomerville Friday to spend a fei^ days with her sinter, who is teaching- school in the Brazos Cotton comfort bats ready for kverimr, Caldwell Furniture Co, the right size for your quilt. H. Pazdersk? and family have been here for the pant w months, left Monday for rainard, Nebraska, where they will make their home in the future. : f . J Friday night at the residence >í E. E. Carrington, in West Caldwell services were heid by Revs. A. S. Broaddus and A. N. Pledger, a large 'crowd being in ! attendance despite the shows. •x «safe V— There will be on dis...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1911

Fthe lien Lunt has rein- lerville [i«B ftva visiting la mater, ^turned to, ly after a Lildren and leitep. thanks to po «o gcner 10 financially i oí my mule*. H. Cassels. 4i. who teaches ihool, went up her parents in loar Rockdale. U, McLarty, of led in the Metb- re Sunday night congregation. ipt oa went over to Saturday to sell out stock of goods re Turehased theie by the it L roccry company. lave accepted the agency tor theF- W. Martin Marble Worits of Breuh ui, and have a nice line of samploa of monuments. Drop me a cufd and I will call and show tlieni. Vassor Nix, Caldwell, Texas. Mr. and Mr*. Charles B. Oli- ver and sous, Masters C. B. and E. T. Oliver, Jr., caine down from Corroan a Saturday to vis r the and Ji tea like Hand the trade befo* a be found. At length to the pubhc, and im- obtained a popularity endures. A large sum ef cleared by it Bushaa's Medicine" and Burns' were both sold for a small Wear of Wakefield," the production of Oliver Gold- was sold for a few pounds; ti...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1911

'i Wyi j ^ ra ü «pt® Mk¿¿ penmgs PP WmutL i 'T""'- _ , ,.,. ■NRM| Bowers «hipped a car ol to the market at Foil Wednesday . 8mith is baviag an addition to his rsstdeoee in the West J. C. Barrett was a genial wis tor hire from Lyons Wednes I Hf I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Recoulev arrived from Austin Tuesday night to visit the family of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Harris. IX)8T= Between the posto fiict and residence of H. M. New eomb Wednesday, a pair of gold spectacles in case with flap cut off. Finder please return tc Ledger office and receive reward Mrs. John Sheffell celebrated the'fiftieth anniversary of hei :huay Wednesday evening a ke family residence, there being •bout twenty invited guesu •present. It wan an exceed ing'. \ Slice affair, the quests spending three hours in genuine inerri tnent, after which they wen served with choice refreshments On departing for their homef each wished for Mrs. Sheffel! many more haypy returns of he birthday anniversary. She wa,- the recipient o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1911

nos Nil Hilar list and nt- irts is every a feiriir- kmunity. [will turn a ml John ills dug on pcv out Lliis 111 it all next ihicf h.xie. rvlll# Jted meeting of &h closed Saturday a glorious good quite a number ejoieiog. re will flnieh plant >rn this week. of this community ring at present. Tanner «pent Sun king with Miss Lillie McMillan and family undsy evening with Mrs. snktin. te a crowd spent Sunday fe home of P. H. Moses, ie Harvey of Park's Prairie a guest of friends here Bat- ay and Suuday. rs. Will Flaningun of Center int, warf a guest of R. Moses d wife Monday. W. H. Tuma. of Rita, was a visitor here Saturday and Sun- day. John Dunawoy and wife were guests of D O. Cox and family Sunday. Jeff JBrymer and family and Mrs. Hess of neur Chriesman, visited relatives here the latter part of last week. Thomas Franklin, Jr . was a I | plfeaiant « filler here Friday and Saturday. There will l>e a school picnic at Midway school house on the 24th of this month and in th* after...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1911

■''-■Vi-,. -- . f *■ % ■m* 8 • %, * ■ WE mmmim< !ü' v« R? "í"* ' ¿- i¡ to meet ti demands oí the trade of Burleson County and of all other sections that will come with us, if your ready money it short. ! ' I If .? ffibw m] - ^WW • ^ '/Mm '•r^pPlP' "W pan; *Ui /We have on hand one car of Missouri seed corn, cane and mllles seed. One car Cumbne unloaded. We can iurnish you coal at a low price. Maiife seed Irish potatoes now on ha llff Plantation Ribbon Cane Molasses on hand. ...... ^lAVV W In " ■ mkmSMmm Landreth's Garden Seed. Onion Beet. Rape flood. Seed Oatf. Oriole Floor. Collar Pads. Wavkegan Wire. Poultry Netting. Amerieaa Hog Penoe. Klwood Hof Fence. :30 p. m. dies' miss- Louis, Chi- ll find the style and ííH'SS í1 i Ü I Mitchell and did Hickory Wagon Champion Cisterna—Our Guaran- - not to leak. ■ .«p :.:fí in and See our big new ware house and what we have in it. ¡i- Our trade can depend on us staying with them for any and everjthing they need to make a - J carry the stock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1911

tsQRj y i * d personal. n¿í4p#MÍMÑ« ;i¡ «ni Abeut own and County. Millinery at Fa- I J, C. Jones made a buaineas I trip to San Antonio, the first of the week. . ;':v ■' \ ■ ' Dr. W. H. Oliver and children 1 rtuoe over from Bryan Sunday to visit the family of Dr. J. P. Oliver. Mrs. L- J. Henalae left Tues- day for Mineral Wells where she went as a delegate of tne Wood- man Circle. Mrs. J. H. Hall who has been visiting relatives at Cooke Point returned to her home at Rockdale Tuesday. Waldorf #2.50 Shoes at Fagan. * J. E. Bates made the first shipment of raddishes from here for the season, he shipping a bar- rel Tuesday night. Queen Quality Silk Hose and Shoes at Fagan. Mrs. J. D. Oiddings came up fjom Somerville Wednesday to vis.it the family of J. L. CJid- dings. H. F. Ciiiley came down from Temple Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral and burial of his little son, H. F. GiUey. Jr. Embroideries—a tremendous assortment at Fagans. Thomas Kraitchar, represent- five from thia county...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1911

p f r\ I M :4r * ■ ',:im r \'m 5"? IMMIHIUMMMI ' >/ . JPT(„ #«$ w , TBJPWP' «r th County Publltbiiif Co. W. W. RANKIN, Mi—|nr* Entered at the poitoffice at Caldwell, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Advertising Rates One lusertioo 2Ou per inch "PEKMUNTH 1 to 9^ luchs 60c per inch 10 to 80 " 66c " " 30 to 50 •« 4.- c " " 50 to 100 " -toe •• 44 All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Oatrds of thanks, resolution of respect and all maiter of a like nature clmrged for same rate as local readers. ■ ■ i i i Subscription Per Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) A fll Walk-Over Shoes at Fagans. The work of planting cotton is now progressing in some parts of the county. Embroideries—a tremendous assortment at Pagans. of all Tbe uncultivated area of Texas exceeds the total area %Df the thirteen original colonies ing Georgia and North C The uncultivated area of exoeede the total area states bordering on the Atlantic Ocean from Maine to Nort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1911

' ■ m * % ^mt... 1W sfgp " "■ ■' --sis =£= cal aitb personal ippenings the tpcch. happenings , I, jji of tin t(h. W ■HIHIWIMH aiMMHPU It. V. Hoffman was a Breuhaoc visitor here Sunday. Walk-Over Shoe* at Fagan*. Vladmir Matejka was a visitor to Homer ville Sunday. John Douglass was up from Somerville to so* homo folks last Sunday. Rev. A, N. Pledger spent a few days this week with relatives in Killeen. Mrs. J. C. Woinble spent the week in tort Worth, a gjioat of Mrs. VVm, Reeves. Misses Annie Johnsjton and Gladys Brewer wont to Ohries- jt man Sunday to visit relatives. Queen Quality Silk Hose and Shoes at Fagan. J. R. Hartgraves was over from Navasota to spend Satur* day aud Sunday with home folks. £. F. Mueller at t ended as a delegate to the grand lodge of the I, O. O. F. at Waco last week. I/. Grey and wife of Cedar Creek went 8unday on an ex- tended visit to relatives at Fort Worth. Dr. John Coi Max who has been visiting the family of his father. J. K.Collins returned to Weston ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1911

; %' wii®- .r* Ml V v • ' !$&)*• ¥*$; SIKfe I focal anb personal ih happening* ■!. § W of tl>« niteh. W 1 Waldorf 12.50 Shoes at Fagan, Kirs. William Linnaok left Wednesday to visit her sister in Taylor. alk-Over &hoes at Fagan. John K. Parker of the Brazos oottom was a visitor here Tues \ day. Hays Bowers returned Wed- nesday from an extended visit to relatives in Trenton Tenn. Mrs. Bertha Tucker returned to Houston the first of the week from visiting the family of Dr. P. W. Stoeltje. Mrs. J. R. Banner returned to' Somervilie Wednesday from vis iting the family of Ed. Herbst. Queen Quality Silk Hose and Bboea at Fagan. 0 The legislature adjournal last Saturday and the law makers have practically all returned to their homes, ais there will be no extra seesion before August m m Seguin is extending and mak ing improvements on their wa terworks system, 9000 feet of new water mains is being laid and 20 new fire plugs are being installed m^BsaaasssssmssssssssBs Official Statem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1911

Vfy'■* ¿■é. s •mmmm CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. : Efl* * Hookerville. Farmers have finished plant- ing earn this past week. Brother Burns conducted pray- er, meeting 8unday night. Rev, Mabry will fill his regu- lar appointment at Liberty, nest Sunday the 19th, The singla at Mr. TarwaUr's was well attended. All reported a nice time. Charlie Harvey and wife spent Sunday with Robert Franklin* T. D. Franklin and family and Mrs. Jesse Moses spent Sunday with W. E. Wade. Mrs. Nelse I'lanigan of Cen- ter Point was a cuest of R. L. Houston Monday. Mrs. K. L. Franklin and chil drthn was n guest of Mrs, T- D. Franklin Saturday. J. E. Franklin and wife and Mrs. .lohn Williams, of Milam county were guests of their fath- er, T. D. Franklin, the latter part of last week. Mr. Craddoek and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Watson. K. L. Houston went to Temple Saturday to see his brother-in- law, J. R. Moseu who haH b^'n operated on and report an im- provement, Dandy Jim. Queen Quality Silk Hose and Sh M &g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1911

•i . ; i ' " W* * ' - ' IHSflK? h''•■• " p '¿' JWrfc Wr*** \-*Tv • , ■■''"• •' ' ' / - :■: . ... . I •_ we^hI j - -, ., to,. . to meet the demands of the trade oí Burleson County and oí all other ection« that will com® our way. You good name is "0. X." with us, if your ready money is short. We have on hand one car of Missouri seed corn, cane and millcs seed. One car Cumberland blacksmith coal just unloaded. We can iurnish you coal at a low price. Maine seed Irish potatoes now on hand A big lot South Texas Ju- lifff Plantation Ribbon Cane Molasses on hand. ......... W • \ Landreth's Garden Seed. Onion Best. Seed Oats. Oririe Flour. Collar Pads. Waukegan Wire. Poultry Netting. American Hog Fenoe. Elwood Bog Fenoe. lohuerenbeig Middle Breakers. Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies. Wagon and Bi^pr Buck's Store Still Biding Middle Breakers. Hamos, Traeos, Collars. Mr. BUI Planten. Galvanised Roofing. Our Grocery Stock is Full-—And Mere to Come. Mitchell Champion tee not to leak. Wagon Guaran- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

IPN - L*d««r Batabllahcd IJ ® 7 Conaolldatad Pa . 19)1 = Burleson County, Texas, March 24, 1911 XXVII MMHMMIIIH ffort & Reward Ik it fundamental Inw of nature that reward comes in direct ratio to Effort. Man would accomplish very little in this world U thine* were given to nim. As it ie, most men work just for the necessities of life—they never think of the future or even try to provide for their own com- fort, when oid age shall at last cut off their earning power, as it surely will. • Don't be content with whst yoti have been do- ing; or with what other* have done. Try to do more. Try to save more. Open an account with us TODAY. TJhe J'irs ¿ótate ffian/c. Oí Catdivetf, Tjoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK 1 NO OTHER BUSINES 3 THAN BANKING,. When We Reccommend 'M33Q1 x T ■m an article you can depend upon it being first class for we do not commend any food product that we do not know all about. So if you are in doubts as to what to buy ask us with confidence that you will he supplied with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

\ * í TOWN TOPICS Bead the Ledger for locel neve VHJlT A COMrORTvlBLE rEELIrtG IT I* TO C>t*T orr THE OLD" JMD "PUT 0/i THE rtEVI TH1* 14 E4PECMLLY «0 I At THE- *PRIrtGTIME, VHEM BRIGHT, CLAMOME COLORÍ IrtVITE US TO PUT JIS1DE THE 40MBRE VlrtTER SHADES. OUR «TORE IS rULL Or CHEERrUk SPRIrtG CLOTHE*--CLOTHE* IT WILL /MICE YOU HjIP- R. S. Bowera t-pent Tuesday in 8oinerville on legal business Waldorf $2.50 Shoes at Fagar.s Glen lJeslep made a business trip to Fort Wcrih the tirst of the week. R, S. and Hay* Bowers were In Chriesinan on If gal business Monday. Mrs. W. T. Kesee came up from 8umniervi ie Saturday to visit relative and friends. Embroideries—a trc mendous assortment at Fagans. Reinhart Struwe, Jr., who is in Brenham at lending Blinn college, was up to see homo folks Saturday and Sunday. Popular Music* and Songs for Piano at Caldwell furniture Co. K-'V Misses Natilee Simpson and Kathleen Cade returned tdAVaco this week after a visit tflone folks. ■k Mrs. Oscar Burton of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

fü S?1 1 * ShoeH at Pagana. iter's Social. At the home of her parents, Miss Fay Delaniater charmingly entertained a large number of (rienda in honor of hera and Miss Cade's house guewta which in* eluded Messrs. Slaughter, Me- Clatchy, Grinatead, Bunkh-y and mithnnd Poatea; Misses Brown, Denman, Thompson, Wayland, Uodeon and Collier of Baylor University and Mrs. Carl Pool of Oause. 'It being St. Patrick's Day, em- blems of "Old Erin" were de- lightfully used in the decorations The electric bulbs were encased in shades of green, throwing a misty light over the rooms. Oreen candles in brass holders added further to the effect. Shaw rocks were fastened to the afry cur- tuins and festoons of shamrocks t^ere hung between the large colum na dividing the apart menta. A large Baylor pennant, which happen to contain Ireland's col- ors, whs conepicious, aa well aa appropriate. Eight tables were arranged ior "Bunco" and after tho play- ers had enjoyed many progres- sions of the jolly game, the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

m w v 'i: - f "wr? I ' ' • 5*f , f ? . ■ . ! • - .• \ ,. < 'i®. ■■-5V"> ;V' •. W(, , M 1 •„ • ' *i • '•• 1 ' . • *p * —— Mrlesw CMüti Ldgcr By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Nnnnter. Sintered at the postoffice at Caldwell, Texas, aa second-clsss mall matter. * Advertising One Insertion Rates 20c per inch PER MONTH 1 to OH luchs <We per inch 10 to 80 " -tOu *• " 30 to .50 " 4óc " " 80 to 100 '« 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers five cento per line •ach insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like natture cliarged for same rate as local readers. % íwá Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Spring 1011 Millinery at Fa- _____ Texas Industrial News i? y I: It Hi life, w;" ill ■ * -i Ki ¿W' The £75,000 electric light plant which has been under con* «traction for the past year in Pe- cos, has been explotad. The .greater portion |>f the power generated will be feed to supply electricity...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

■m "?#" EE-.-'/:* • I ... • ".í &■:. . - ,t >> " "• :.>; - *■ y$¡ •■'% PEPS! BHLjm ==ss *2 fcv' ' ^ ' ';' 3 ' ' ;■>; •' ' t|i 5 % ; y if .'• awm d ill Jl rs personal happenings W •! tlx tpttfc. jy mmgl Waldorf 12.50 Hhoes at Fagan, E. J. Fountain was over from Bryan on business Monday. Mrs. J. A. Gray returned Tues- dty from visiting relatives in Houston. x Walk Over 8hoes at Fagan. J, E. Collins, who has bpen on the sick list, is up and about -again. Carey Newcomb, of Dallas, visited home folks here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Carl Pool of Uause, visit- ed the family of Col. B. F. Dela- mater tins week. * Mrs. A. it. Goode of Lexing* ton is a guest of Dr. R. C. Por- ter snd family. "• Norman Heslep after a visit to home folks here, has returned to 8an Sabs, Spring 1911 Millinery at Fa- gan . Mrs. U. W. Iahs left Saturday for Georgetown, where she will spend ten dayn with relatives. Mrs. J. C. Worn ble has return- ed from spending some time with Mr*. William Reeve in F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

¡tí fi *y Jlff w te New Articles Fer Ny 5-10-15 cent Counter tot Received. I. R. KELLY LOCAL AND PERSONAL. íniüreatiny napiióriifigí in sná About the Town and County. A fine shower visited this sec- tion last Wednesday. Wsidorf 12.50 Shoes at Fsgan, Miss Edith Waddlingof Hearne is the guest of Otto Mimann and family. Mrs. Alma Vinson left yestér day to visit relatives in grimes county. yet ) FOR SALE—Prairie fl2 per ton. W. W. Hogg, Texas. Hay at Watson, 3 HI 4t Miss Lillie Beard of Rjrdsong, it spending the week with the frmily of Otto Mimann. Walk-Over 8hoes at Pagan ■t Mrs. H. K. Lehde and children returned "Wednesday from visit ing relatives at Quarry. .A Linen Shower. Dra. B. O. McLean and .1. W. Matthews who have been on the sick list are much improved and will be out again in a few days. Spring 1911 gaits. Millinery at Fa- i- %! Dr. J. H. Gavnbrell will be here on the second Sunday in April to speak on prohibition, be be- ing the Huperintendant of the Anti-Salooii League of T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

Walk*Oveb Shoes ait Pagans ■i ii y t West Stone City. Our seotion was visited by a nice rain and a norther Satur- day. The norther was not very cold and was a gift the farmers all felt happy over. There ia a great deal of la grippe and many oolds in our community, but we hope none of the ailments will prove serious/ H. J. Wallin and wife visited the family of John Newman Fri- day. Misses Mamye Duiaaey and Jennie Pollock, and John and Jesse Wortliiugton, O. T. Pol- luck, Frank Wallin and Forter Norerosa visited Caldwell Satur- day. George Lightscy and Mr. Fos- ter vinited in Brazos county last week. F. 10. King mude a buninese trip to Austin last week. Frank Wallin visited home folk Saturday and Sunday. The younj; people were given a «ingina: at the home of l>r. Kherrill Sunday, while another waa given that ninht a* the residence of A. Pollook. There u'aa a large crowd of young people at both placej and all had an enjoyable time. Mr*. Will Taylor and children visited the family of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1911

€:%j SRPSCak i VW'í.í't • ' . -p¡ Vf, ,•■ WE i>¿ to moot the demands of tho trade of Burlsson County and of aU otto 'with u, if your ready moony is short that will come our way. You food nano is "0. X.' "0<- We have on hand one car of Missouri seed corn, cane and millet seed. One car Cumberland blacksmith coal Just unloaded. We can iurnish you coal at a low price. Maine seed Irish potatoes now on hand A big lot South Texas Ju- liff Plantation Ribbon Cane Molasses on hand. • 1 *y. mi W Ui:r ;a yi: Landreth's Oardon food. Onion lost. Ropo flood. Sood Oats. Oriolo flour. . Collar Pada. Waukegan Wiro. Poultry Kottinf. American Hog P«noo. Zlwood Bog Fence. Schuoronborf Middle Breakera. Moon Broe. and Banner Bunios. Wagon and Baggy Harnsss Buek's Store Still Loads. Biding Middle Breakers. lames, Trente, Collars. Mr. Bill Planters. Galvanised Boofinf. Our Orooery Stock is Full—And Move to Come. Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagon Champion Cisterns—Our Guaran- tee not to leak. Drop in and ...

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