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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 June 1914

f As Your Building Goes Up <£ YOU'LL BE SUR- PRISED AT THE QUICKNESS OF THE WORK IF WE HAVE SUP- PLIED THE LUH- BER. The reason is, all our lumber is perfect and no time is lost in picking out good boards or joists. They are all good. The workmen thus make quicke*- time and a better job. Time saved is money saved. Reeves-Woodson Lumber Co. I SUMMER EXCUSION FARES On sale daily umii September 30. Limited (or final return October 31. COLO M'KINGS DKNVKR S I LOUIS CHICAGO BUFFALO MONTREAL >F.W YOKK BOSTON J. F. GOWENS. Agt Calwell, Texas Auto Repairing I am prepared and will be glad to do your auto re- pair work, at my shop at the J. J. Holik place. Phone 235. V. A. Dennis Sheriff's Sale. The Stat" of Tex i*. ('ounty <>f Hi)rleson. Notice in hereby Riven That V y virttw of >t ct-rtain Order of Iilc iHMiH'ri out "f th" Honorable strict Court of Hurleson Coun- ts of 'i'" "th onv of hm '. 1011. by «1 W (J rant., clerk of said i'ourt^for tin* sum "f Seventy (Mi.- ami 1'*' ($...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 June 1914

aid Personal Mr . H . E Harris of Meridian i visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida Mrs. Joe Blocker came up from 8omerville Friday to visit relative* and friends. Wanted Pat cattle and hogs Highes market price paid at all times. Otto Wendorf. Mrs. Melanchthon Smith ana children are spending a month ii Kenny and Houston with rela tives. J. A. Bowers & Son lust Friday shipped three cars of beef steers to the market at Forth Worth, A. B. Curlin and family ha\> moved into their new house which has jui«t been completed in south Caldwell. For Sale Cheap—Four pood gin stands, used only two years. Joe Kovar, Gus, Texis. 9-3t C. J. Collier, Superintendent of the schools at Greenville visit- ed friends and relatives here thi> week after which he went to Llano to spend some time. Capt. F. S. Rogers of Kauf- man county spoke at Fraimville to a good sized audience Friday night in behalf of Tom Ball's candidacy for Governor. John A. Hudson, J r , and fami- ly returned to Fort Worth Fri day afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

The Burleson County Ledg Nmvum KmtmkHlmHmct I8B4 Con o¡ld«c«4 ChronloU ISOO Wl«v «•©▼ ANO NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County. Texas, Friday, July 3, 1914 Number M fj M W H *4 * if vr f The Best Test The one true test as to your success in lite is this: "Are you saving money?" Answer it honestly with yourself. No matter how much you MmKE, unless you are also readv to SAVE, you are a failure and you had just as well face it squarely. Come in and talk it over. We will show you the advantage of a bank account with our bank and how to become a successful saver. It means much to you. The First State BanK CmuDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fjru 3ank fURE, ^for JHU5AP- ACH&- Summer Headaches an* '(inte common troubles, arising at times from over-exertion, lite h<*at of th«- sun, or other causes F.verv man and woman going on a vacation nhoulri oarrry with them a supply of our uu- failing headache powders and nn a«- hortment of such other Drug and Med- icinen,ure usually in dem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

m- DRESCHER Gunem it h a, Wheel- loraeahoera. We have a new process to mend all kind of Cast Iron and Machinery. Dr. John Houston, The Noted Texas Horse-shoer," and Veterinary Surgeon. Sttrvtc* Day and Night Shop PImm 201, lUaidsncs 128 ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcement* are subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 25, 1914: For Htate Senator 19th district Paul I'. l'a>;e<>f Bastrop. For Representative U7th Flortorií 1 District, com|HM ed of Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend. Lee and Waller counties. Leonard Tillo son of Mealy For Representative t)8tli District —Burleson and Lee Counties A. C. Murray. W. H, Nixon For District Attorney 21st Judicial District Jack Jenkins of liasttop For District Clerk G. W. Grant. Will W. Langham For County Judge T. J. Carter. Warren M. Hi 1 Hard. Chas. S. Williams John McCowen. For Sheriff E. A. Ellis. For County Clerk Jos. Wondrash. T. Glenn Heslep For Tax Collector Geo. M. Johnston. John St. Wrba, Jr. For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

r t'lfik / v Notice to CINNERS and FARMERS When you break a piece of your gin or farming ma- chinery do not send it away from borne to be repaired for now we have installed a oomplete welding outfiiand are pre| ared to do all kinds of work for you There is no job to small or to large for us to do and we can save you money. Every ginuer and soil-tiller knows only too well when some shaft oí gearing in his gin or thresher, self binder or other machinery breaks, how a delay is often caused which may run into days or weeks, and seriously iiis- sarange all his plans with heavv cost. Hut if an oxya- cet.vlene shop were at hand, tlie repairs could be done quinkly, and. too, involve only a Fraction of the outlay incedental to the old order (jf things, and we have the plant here and will be only uoo glad to show it. We in' tfite you all to come in and ihspect this new machine. All work guaranteed by us JENKINS 6 PERKINS. Caldwell, Texas The Conroe Teta it Easy for Caldwell. "'heCaldwell and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

lip Co. «I GkMvatt. Texas, Advertising R«t*« 20c p«r Inch MONTH number of locha must be i thee monthly rate. ..90c per inch 60c " " Mt 10 " _ ,.4Bc " " SO to 100 '• T...T..Z.40C " " All advertising ran until ordered out. Local readers 7 l-i cents per line each Per Y ear «1-50 i month* 80c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) CROSS-EYES. One of the most conspicuous and annoying eonditionr * hat may occur in the eyes of a young child is ■quint, or what is commonly known as ''cross-eyes " It occurs chiefly between the age of 2 and 6 and comes on gradually at first, show- ing some slight turning inwar i in one eye, at times, until finally some- thing occurs precipitate a definite attack and the eye turns into a greater or less degree and remains so. Frequently a convulsion or an attack of coughing, especially dur- ing whooping-cough or some like irritation to the general nervous system, brings on the attack, and is considered by the child's mother to be the cause. This is incorrect....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Afor Par Yam of Discouraging Coa&tiaas, Mrs. Balack Cava Up b Despair. HM . Gum to Reseñe. Catron, Ky —1b an interesting letter this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains ta my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- ment relieved me for a while, but I was •oon confined to my bed again. After thai, nothing seemed to do me any gcod. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husoand got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- menced taking it. Prom the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing ail my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a milli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

1AHT DY " kind. all kinds of Candies are good and pure. A ■apply is always kept on It is better, cheaper and than any of the im candy. Drop in and of my Candy. ling in the Cold Drink d Confectionery Lines. óémwe's Candy Jfitchen Next Door to Post Office. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office In Stone & Hitchcock Drug Store. Calls answer- prom ptlv day or nisrht. Day phone 82. nigh hone 181 Caldwell, Texas J. H. MASSE Y BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT Hereeehoelng and Repairing A Specialty. Near Depot, Caldwell, Texas NOTICE An extra Pair of Pante Free with each Suit order. Fit Guaranteed. High Class Cleaning, Dyeing and Preeeing. We cell fer end deliver work. UdlM work • specialty. Phone 164 Happy Tailor Shop When Yen ge te Marlin, Texas Take Your Baths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bula, M. D. Preprietore. I OUR RURAL STARR, Chrieeman Chats. tH,ls; wt> sure can l«"*n lot* by studying evolution. Since re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

SUMMER EXCURSION FARES vtfli On nlidally until September 30. Limitad tor final ■«turn October 3!. COLO. IPKINGS DENVER ST. LOUIS . CHICAGO BUFFALO MONTREAL NEW YORK BOSTON J. F. GOWENS, Agt Cal well, Tatu Sheriff' Sale. % M # \ r \ The State of Texas, County of Hurleson. Notice is hereby given That by virtue of a certain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable District Court of Burleson Coun- . of the Hth day of June, 1914, VV. (Jrant, clerk of said Coui%for the sum of Seventy One ¡K)d áti KM> ($17 Tib) Dollars and costs of -nit. i)ruler a Ven- dor's Lien, in l' i •' of (1aper han dolt in eran ■aiw in said Court. No • 4< -. *i • st . d ('as ]>er I^andoU \ s l*i 'ha pi Dawson, placed in iny hano ío" erxice, I, Ij VV. Henslec. e> sheriff of Bur- leson county, Texas, did, on the Kith ilay of June. I'll I. levy on certain lieal Kstate, situated in Burl ••soil ('ount v. Texas, dencrib ed as follows. to wit l/>t No. ;i. out of the C Landolt **th Addi- tion. to the town of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 July 1914

System Islands system of public instruc- ts peculiar to the Hawaiian sad while it is inaduquate ways it is aiming toward working out some importan' in.educational lines The conditions here are very different, necessitating special thought and work. These islands are purelyfagricultural and the big plantation must have laborers A comparatively few white peo- ple own all the land so laborers are shipped in from all parts of the world to till the soil. These are mostly Japanese, Chinese. Koreans, Philippians, Port*' Ricans, Spanish, Portuguese anc it is the children of these witl the native Hawaiian that fill our schools. The.v come from a parts of th** world each with his own language, his own customs his own religion and traditions one tangled conglomeration fo> the teacher to unravel and traiu into American citizenship. Thes people too, are usually the fpoor est, less cultured class of thei1 own country which makes th* work all the more complicated. Our first work is teaching the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

The Burleson County Ledger N*u/«le*t«toll h*5l 1884 Con«eild*i tf Chronic** * 1800 •••* ANO NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXX i Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, July 10, 1914 Number - m / The Path of Success The road to success is lined with money. One dollar leads on to others and Anally to tinan- cial success. The great question is, are you ready for the opportunities that may come to you? Are your feet already planted on the path that leads you on Y Have you the cash or Kilt-edged credit, ready to grasp your chance? If not, better be- gin now to save, because opportunity knocks once at every man's door. Be ready. We in- vite you to start an account with our bank. The pirst State BanK ChlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty puru 3anK There's Really "Nothing Doing" *0 far as mosquito and other insect bites are conferneil. when oiie carries with him our healing lotions. Ilefore the stin^Van be t>lt the lotion, if ap- plied, will Lake all the poison out of the wound and suppress inflammation. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

IflHI Bffi-V m üft ■ I^MMPW|P XIUI iths, Wheel- of Cast John Houston, "The HortMbocr Surgeon. i Day mm! Nigkl 128 ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcement* •abject to the action of the ratio priman July 25, 1914: Por State Senator 19th District Paul l>. t'age °f Bastrop. Por Representative I27th Flortoról District, composed of Austin, Burleson, Colorado, fayette, Port tíeud, l-ee «jfl Waller counties. Leonard Tillotsoa of Seal y For Representative 68th Dintrict —Burleson and Lee Counties A. C. Murray. W. H, Nixon Por District Attorney 21st Judicial District Jack Jenkins of Basttop For Di8trict Clerk 0. W. Grant. Will W. Langham For County Judge T. J. Carter. Warren M. Milliard. Chas. S. William* John McCowen. For Sheriff E. A. Ellis. For County Clerk Jos. Wondrash. T. Glenn Heslep For Tax Collector * Geo. M. Johnston. John St. Wrba, Jr. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. For County Attorney W. W. Rankin. „ Hays Bowers. For County Superintendent Frank Kadanka. Thos. A. Schoppe. For C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

/ Notice fe CINNERS and FARMERS When you break a piece of your gin or farming ma- chinery do not send it away from home to in? repaired for now we have installed a oouiplete welding outti, and are prepared t<> do all kinds of work for you There is no job to small or to large for as to do and we can save you money. Every ginuer and soil tiller knows only too well when some shaft, or gearing in his gin or thresher, self blnde.r or other machinery breaks, how a delay is often caused which may run into days or weeks, and seriously uis' sarange all his plans with heavy cost. Hut if an oxya- cetylene shop were at hand, the repairs could be done quiukl.v, and, too, involve only a Fraction of the outlay >^tteden tal to the old order of icings, and we have the planfc here and will be only too Kl*d to show it. We in" vite you all to come in and ins|>ect this new machine. All work guaranteed by us. JENKINS & PERKINS. Caldwell, Texas , The little seven year old son of I Emile Zw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

80c per inch MONTH ¡^IHÍHHbmmNHI HmhhNHH 1 w of i DOha ora* t* I weekly to obtain thee monthly rate- It**Kioohe c per Inch « 80c " " " 46c " " •0 to 100 " 40c " " „ run until ordered ont. 17 1-2 oenta per line each Per Tear •l-50 months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) To the observing one it is plain to be seen that the old farm is the best place in the world for th« av- erage young man aid never fails to bring a happier and more useful life than the city. Young men, you who till the soil and earn bread by the sweat of your brow, we are proud of you; our latchstring is always out to you and you will al- ways have a friend in this paper. Come and see us and give us the news from your neighborhood. fés;- The young men whose pockets are filled with cigarette wrappers, mustach combs, finger nail clean- ers, miniature curling iron, looking glass, etc., and have their mothers Crease their pants every day, are not the ones who will make prom- ising husbandmans. The pockets of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

% * Always «H Mr . Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.f in writing of her experience with Ctrdui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began touse Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad. I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles ün to Ücl ,ike1a new woman- I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as weM as run a big water mill. * 1 wish evtry suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui tor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! O^ Jt- > >^( >^< >^i V l ln / % "1 Groceries and Hardware We carry a full line of Standard Guarante...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

[URAL STAFF J. Black Jack. If i Dulin and Thos. as Stewards. will be a Barbecue at July 2lst. Every cordially invited to take ¡ and help make it a day of i and enjoyment- ' r. D. B, Norman of Round will preach in the Cum Presbyterian Church next Sunday/at this place. Ewell has returned home from a two weeks visit with relatives in Cleburne. Mrs. Lille Hensley and Miss FronaLove attended the meeting of t h e Austin Presbytery of the Cumberland Church, which met In Burnett County. They being representatives of the Ladies' Missionary Society of this place. W. D. Love of Uvalde visited his mother, Mrs. M. S. Love, and his brothers, of this place, last week. W. C. Duna way and family spent Sunday with relatives on Porters Prairie. Tom E- meeting held at | The farmer , of this section are Spring school house contemplating laying >y then- Friday night, quite a I ('rol,s within the next f w daj s. Hwitb the church. I1Owing to-the fact that the land i of the meeting an has become very dry...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

I*-' 1 ir YOV WANT CANDY tot the "Hsme-Hads" kind. * I uiake all kinds of Candies that are good and pure. A fresh supply is al ways kept on hand. It is better, cheaper and healthier than any of the im- ported candy. Drop in and try some of my Candy. Anything in the Cold Drink and Confectionery Lines. Struwe's Candy Jfitchon Next Door to Post Office. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tone & Hitchcock Druir Store. Calls answer- promptlv day or night. Day phon«'82. night phone T 81 Caldwell, Texas J.H.MASSEY Ik \ BLACK 3 i(TH AND WHEELWRIGHT Horseshoeing and Repairing A 'Specialty, Near Depot. Caldwell, Texas NOTICE ^ An extra Pair of Pants Free with each Suit order. Fit Guaranteed. High Class Cleaning,tDyelni and Pressing. We call for end deliver work. Ladies work a specialty. la Phone 164 Happy Tailor Shop [When You go to Narlin, Texas Tane Your Baths at The NARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best «service and experienced attendant*. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 July 1914

WM Personal McRanie, returned lian. f' R- P. Stokes left for Port Monday. • H. B. Harris who has extended visit to her Rankin and Willie Weich- ert visited friends in Clay Sun- day. Carpenters have finished erect fcbe 208 ton silo for W. S. ett. This Plant is insured in the Printers' Mutual Pire Insurance Association of Texas. Miss Rinalda Praaak returned Friday from a few day's visit to relatives and friends in Lyons. -jk; P. J. Gregg left Tuesday to visit the family of Tandy Easley in the Brazos bottom. Born, to Charles H. Houston and wife of San Antonio July 1st, a girl. Congratulations Charlie. Mrs. O. A. Coleman returned to Brenhatn Sunday after a visit of the family of W W. Rankin. Miss Maggie Dean Vaeth re- turned Monday to Gainsviile af- ter visiting M isses Margaret and Mildred Alford. Miases Mary and Catherine Henderson returned to Cameron Friday from visiting friends here. Misa Antoaio Skrabanek left Thursday to spend some time with relatives in Cameron and Roaebud- Jeri'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

The Burleson County N*u/slBBia llah*d JB84 Conaoild«i d Chronlol* ' 1 I800 May ISO 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Lsdgar Bstabllahad HSf Cenaolldatad P*b. foil Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, July 17, 1914 Number 33 1 Ike Path of Success The road to success is lined with money. One dollar leads oi\ to others and finally to finan- cial success. 1 The (treat question is, are you ready for the opportunities that may come to you? Are your feet already planted on the path that leads you on? Have you the cash or gilt-edged credit, ready to grasp yoilr chance? If not, better be- gin now to save, because opportunity knocks once at every man's door. Be ready. We in- vite you to start an account with our bank. The First State BanK CmlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty funr Bank Our Thoughts. I often wonder where our thoughts come from. They are complex things surprising us with the turn they take. Per- haps we get our thoughts from the various minds that touch us as we go in and out about our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

it ha, Wheel* a new process all kind of Cast Machinery. * Dr. John Houston, "The Texas Horse-shoer," Veterinary Surgeon. Servfc* Day and Night Mli Rm id anca 128 Methodist S. S. Notes I think all the teachers stress- ed the teachings of last Sunday's lesson as to service, showing that we can serve the Lord L grand Grsnd Bsrbecoe Given st Desorille The picnic and barbecue given at Deanville Wednesday under the auspices of the Hermann Sons was a great success. There were people there galore, from {Caldwell and all the surround ing country. The address of the occasion was delivered by Hon. J. R Heslep. Speeches were also made by John McCowen W. M Hilliard and C. S. Williams candidates for county judge There was tine barbecue, plenty of cool refreshments and excel lent music all day and night by a brass band. At night there was ball and an enormous only as we serve our fellow man. We hope that this lesson may bear fruit, some practical every day fruit. Miss Molly Jim Gilley recited a po...

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