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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

' I * Mighty Gun is Pre- pared to Defend Canal When its breach locking device has been |)erfected at Watervliet arsenal, the gieat 16-inch gun, the biggest piece of ordnance in the world, which huM just been shipped from Sandy Hook prov- ing grounds, wili be practically ready for service in the I*anama Canal fortification . The car- riage for thin giant gun is now under construction at the Water town, Mass , arsenal It prob- ably will be taken back to Sand.v Hook for test after being mount- ed, and will not be shipped to Panama before next spring. Some idea may be gotten of the tremendous power of this gun, destined to protect the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, by the fact that it is r>() feet long, weighs I4*J tons, and fires a projectile about six feet long. The projectile itself weighs a ton and is discharged Vy tWííi pounds of powder. It re quires eignt men to carry the powder charge. This gun has a maximum range of from 2. to 28 miles, or half the distance be tween Ne...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

- LMger Th« Publishing Co. LIN, Manaier. •i M th« pMtof<a* «t Caldwell. Texas. M Moné-dkM mall matter. Advertising Ratea 20c per ioch PER MONTH following: number of inchs must be weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. •H Inch* «0c per i nob 9 90 " 50c " " 60 •« 4ftc M " 100 " v....40e •« " All advertising run until ordered out. readers 7 1-2 cents per line each •n —vtion Per Year Si-50 Three months 80c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) <R «a as Local naertioi = So many of the people, especial- ly in the ruial districts, feel that the trend instead of being toward farm life is away f' ora farm life. They feel that many of the subjects taught are not sufficiently in touch with the life of today. Let our schools emphasize to a greater extent those things which are es- sential to the success of those who are to spend their lives on the farm and you doubtless will see a reviv- al of interest in education on the part of those who have in the past felt that the schools were not s...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

——ü^————I i iii :■ —■—— STOMACH ITtOUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS Majority oÍ Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, But One Helped Him to Recovery. Pomeroyton, Ky.—In interesting ad- vice from thif place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with stomach trouble for five (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at times, that I thought surely I would die. I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. 1 got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, •nd all my friends, except tne, thought I would die. He advised me to try Thadtard'c Ulack-Draught, and quit taking other medicines. I decided to take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. I have now been taking Black-Draught for three months, and it has cured me— haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. I am so thankful for what Black- Draught has done for me." Thedford's Black-Draught has been found a very valuable medicine for de- rangements of the stomach and liver. It ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

ífl¡[| -.11 " Mm mmm R URAL STAFF , k^^AMAMM|§lk|| At|BA>AlUA|AM|áU|/UykllAS' Briefs. McLarty and family of attended services at Saturday night, lie Bowlander of near is visiting relatives week. T. W. Parkhill of Caldwell it of relatives here and Sunday. Miss Gladys Tanner of Cald- néil was a guest of the family of W. I. Allbright this week. Ernest Ellis of Rogers was the guest of S. M. McManus and family this week. Miss Mary Grabner of Eleva tion was a visitor this commun- ity this week. Horace Porter and family of Center Point community attend- ed services here Sunday. J. H. Massey and wife of Cald- well were visitors here Sunday. The Misses Copeland, Mclver and Hilliard and Messrs. Willie Brown and Robert Stubbs and Mr. and Mrs. Womble Mclver and wife, of near Lexington, were visitors to this community Sunday. Elmer Turner is visiting re- latives near Giddings this week. Mrs. A. Oldham of Chriesman attended services here Sunday night. The protracted meeting at the Chappel is p...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

ir YOU WANT CANDY Get the "Home-Msds" kind. I makn all kind of Candies that are good and pure. A fresh supply is always Kept on hand. It is tHitter, cheaper and healthier tlian any ol the im- ported candy. Drop in and try some of my Candy. Anything in the Cold Drink and Confectionery Lines. Struivo's Candy Jfitchen Next Door to Post Office. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Offi'-e in Stone <& Kitohcook Drut; Store. Calls answur- promptlv day or nisjht. Ihiy phone 82. nigh'* phone *81 Caldwell, Texis J.H.MASSEY BLACK JIITHI AND WH£2uWtliiir Horseshoeing ail Repairing A ^Specialty. Near Depot. Caldwell, Texas NOTICE An extra Pair^of Pants Free with each Suit order. Fit Guaranteed." Hlfh Class Cleaning,"Dyeing and Pressing. W« call for and deliver work. Ladies work a specialty. Phone 164 Happy Tailor Shop Whan You go to Narlin, Texas Take Your Maths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The wry best servir and experienced ntten< hints. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietor...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 July 1914

P5V Fr?d Newcom and morniug, a tine and family of Aus to spend two weeks Mrs. 8. M. Sawyer went tú >le Sunday to¡ spend some witb friends. ' I 4. Misses Essie and Bonnie Brown of Waller are visiting the family of Melancthon Smith. Mrs. Dora McDaniel returned to Chriesman Saturday after ▼isiting relatives here. Miss Kate Hundley left Satur day for Pailas to attend ja house party given by Misses Gambrell. Mrs. J. P. Schultz of Katy, Texas, is viaitinsjjher sister, Mt> 6. G. Johnston of Pitts Bridge. Collie Wyatt and family and Mesdames H. Y. Barnettand S. E. Dennis visited in Lexington Sunday. " HAY TIES - HAY TIES - HAY TIES 1 William Wasmann, a knight of the grip from St (<ouis, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cobb Satur day and Sunday. Newton Chuj chill and John Bell left Saturday night foi Marbel Palls and other point* In West Texas on a fishing tour Miss Birdie Clark left Sunday for Austin to spend a month with relatives and friends. She was accompanied by her father, H C. Cl...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

•' V * The Burleson County «1 t I8B4 Conao¡M«t*Cl Chronlei* IBOO May ISOT AND NEW8-CHROIMICLE t?AVoü5'--.:ü-s:s.,!«:1T mmmm Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, July 24, 1914 Number The Path of Success The road to success is lined with money. One dollar loads on to others and finally 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? Have you the cash or gilt-edged credit, ready to grasp yoifr chance? If not, better be- gin now to save, because opportunity knocks once at'every man's door. He ready. We in- vite you to start an account with our bank. The first State Bank CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty punr 3anK /Hnwr/Ti HoiNCtf There's Really "Nothing Doing" Crap Shooters Caufht While Sfoabblinl Saturday night constable Ira Haddox rounded up a bunch of eleven darkies for shooting "raps down in Hal Hitchcock's pasture. Just about dusk Ira noticed a |)6culiar look...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

' tw* •' 'Hp """'T*' M fl i M Gunsmiths, eel- process of Cast "The Houston, 4 m Horae*ik Surgeon. i Day ud fUgkt Rmí4nm 128 Local and Personal —— Advertised Letter*. Caroline, Sand lea. Grrge, Mr*. Panie. Hezral, Wille. Isam, Rafe. Leon, Gabsiel. McCullars, Mrs. Mollie. Middlestreet, Julian. Oldham, Otho. Payne, Roy. Shepyard, Wesley. Watson, Dick. E. T. Oliver P. M. L«on Savage returned to Dal- Saturday where he will make home. Jim Rankin Jr., of Brenham visited the family of W. W. Ran kin Sunday and Monday. Vote for M. Wiederhold for Justice of the Peace for Precinct No. 7. Advt. Scott Barnett and family have returned from a ten day's so journ in Lampasas. to Counly Superinten- dent Frank Kadanka and wife Saturday, a fine daughter. Mrs. A. J. May berry and child- ren returned to Port Worth Sun- day after a visit to the family of J. E. Teague. Dr. T. L. Goodnight of Temple has located here for the general practice of medicine. He will offioe with Dr A. G. Krueger. Fagan sells for c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

^4«1 ( The Week's News From Somerrille B.KÍ4.L. — it is to be remembered that this is a live town and that itM citizen* are lrtiatlers for business. Business on the main line of the Santa Fe is unuHuall.v good for this season of the vear owing to the movement of the big wheat crop to the elevators. That, with the movement of the cotton crop which begins real soon, will force better business conditions than Soinerville has had for souie time. T. A. Fisher and sons were here from Wesley attending the burial of Frank Woods whose death occured at Clay early Fri- day morning. Judging from the news going over the wires, the umpire will have to call time on account of lost Ball, hut they can't say that Soinerville had anything to do with it. Bill Wilson, colored, was taken fri*m here to Caldwell Friday, noon,'4 charged with raising a ruin pife in "Tin Town." He had a nervous break down brought on by a long «pell of sickness It is said that lie had thinned out the population of that distric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

. \ ft$y ra «t Caldwell. Texat, mil matter. Advertising Retee 20c per inch PBH MONTH number of inoht mutt be r to obtain thee monthly mu*. «Oc per inch " 50c " " >60 « 4ftc " " • 100 " 40c " " advertising run until ordered out. readers 7 1-2 cents per line each [>tion Per Year $1-50 ree months 80c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) CHEERFULNESS. Cheefulne88 is a gieat factor it) longevity. Seldom Joes one fiind an elderly person who has lived a useful life who has reached a ripe old age that chetn fulness is not a fixed habit of life. Nor is it unus- al to find a cheerful person in ro- bust health and active service for the betterment of society. In fact cheerfulness i* essential to both contentment and happiness. It is neccessary for our own well-being and for the welfare of those with whom we come in contact. Young people shou¡d cultivate cheerfulness. While in the ¿low of youth is the time to form the habit of cheerfulness. Let it be as easy and regular as the ripplin...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

-4m * 4, / * • LLLLLI 11*t H You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she %wu u " to he,p her over we hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take—Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakenc J womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has uenefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake In taking Cardui The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now 1 feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did, and caa eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. ~xxxsx:— Groceries and Hardware We ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

MMMtt RURAL. STAFF s mi** Point. Chrieara&n Chats. and fellow Coun- MThe continued dry weather I have attended many ¡g hurting the Cotton crop con- but I never attended giderably if rain does not fall in recently, where all that the immediate future, the yeald in it was beat. 1 of the cotton crop will a fall quite that we will not have an- ghort of what it was thought for the boys are all played it wouid make a few week ago. We will now take a good A protracted meeting will be- We are getting awful gin in the Methodiat Church at dry out here, we want our por- this place next Sunday, conduct tion of wet now. Old Mother, ed by the Pastor, Rev. Stokely. earth's hull is bursted to pieces; i It ig expected that the meeting we want it to rain before the Í will continued for a week or Ten burst asunder, and all the days. run out. It is so dry, Farmers fn this vicinity have our milk and butter supply is gotton but up for winter feed an running short and the election is exceedingly tine ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

ir YOV WANT CANDY Get the kind. I make all kinds of Candies that are good and pure. A fresh supply is aiways kept on band. 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. ¿truufo's Candy Jfttchen Next Door to Post Office. J.. Hineyciit PHYSICIAN Office in itone & Hitohcook Drug Store. Calls answer- promptiv day or night.. Day phone32. nigh', phone Caldwell, Tejcis J. H. MASSE Y BLACKSMITH AND WH££LWtiI JHT Horseshoeing ani Repairing A^Specialty. Near Depot, Caldwell, Texas NOTICE An extra Pair of Pants Fr«* with each Suit order. Fit Guaranteed High Class Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing. We call for and deliver work. Ladies work a specialty. Phone 164 Happy Tailor Shop in You go to Martin, Texas Take Y ur Baths at The NARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE Th * very best service ami experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, PI. D. Proprietors. Chas. Reeves BAGGAGE and E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 July 1914

Personal Bob Bell and wife Í, a tine daughter. Perdue and wife were Somerville Tnursday. tin returned to Latn- Friday from a business to this place. Mrs. 8am Taylor returned to Friday after visiting here. Mr . N. E. Gilley went to Tenv Friday to apend some time relatives. C. W. Bain and family left Fri- day for Rosebud where Jthey visited relatives several days. MiaS Frances M itcek.Jleft Saturday onja visitólo relatives and friends in San Antonio. HAT TIES - HAY TIES 3* S HAY TIES Jack Parkhill and wife left Sat- urday to visit relatives at Eddy for a few days. Misses Lois and Clare Bowers of Giddings are visiting the fam- ily of R. 8. Bowers. Milton McLean of Piainview is visiting the family .'of Dr. B. O. McLean. LOST—One light red steer year- ling, one year old, branded R H on hip. Return to Otto Wendorf, Caldwell. S& 4$ <9 4S 4S 4© St & (S* S* p* US) h® h® r® 4S R. W. Avant spent two days in Temple on business the tirstof week. J. C. Jones left Monday to speak ¿or Ji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

■ ■ " mm The Burleson County Ledger N«w lB*tablUh*d 1884 Con oilrtl|« il ChronloU ' * I800 W«y IB® AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Usdgar eat«toll«had l«ei Conaolldalad Pat . 1911 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, July 31, 1914 Number The Path of Success The road to success is lined with money. One dollar leads on to others and finally to finan- 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? Have you tin cash or Kill edged credit, ready to grasp your chance? If not, better be- gin now to save, because opportunity knocks once at every man's door. He ready. V\e in- vite you to start an account with our bank. The First State BanK Chl.DWEL.L_, TEXAS Guaranty fjtv 3ank y /} cfhf r rv"(x There's Really "Nothing Doing" so far as mosquil ami oilier insect hiles are conCi-rni-cl. wh 'n oue carrie with him "ttr healing lotions. Before the -tUiK' culi h< f.-lt the lotion, if a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

iii i éi'hmÜ'II i - 'TUt multai • liWwMMfflririnir^ • ■'■Yfltir^lf- DRESCHER Gunsra i t h • Wheel- Horseshoert. a new proceM til kind of Out *nd Machinery. John Houston, "The Noted Texas Horse-shoer," •®d Veterinary Surgeon. it SCrvic* Day and Night 301, . RMMImic* 128 Miss Lela Grabow. The fruits of the Spirit adorn her memory. Clusters of graces, such as love, joy, peace, gentle- ness, goodness and unselfishness lend impressive attraction to her name as we remember her pres- ence among us but yesterday. Selfishness, with all its forbid- ding—aspects pride, envy, hate, discontent, and kindred vices was never present with her to mear her character, diminish her influence, or disturb her peace. Her highest and constant ideal was other—helpfulness. She lived not for her own pleasure, but rather found her pleasure in living for the good she might contribute to the happiness of others. Cheerfulness reigned over her life to the very end- Her home life was beautiful. Devotion never grew s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

* y* K tí The Week's News From Somenrille Caldwell Wins One; Loses Two. ■j *f — it it* to be remetí) be red t hat this is a live town anil that its citizens are hustlers for business. UuMiness on the main line of the Santa Fe is unusually good for thiH season of the year owing to the movement of the big wheat crop to the elevators. That, with the movement of the cotton crop which begins real soon, will force better business conditions than Bouierville has had for some time. T. A. Fisher and sons were here from Wesley attending the burial of Frank Woods whose death occured at Clay early Fri- day morning. Judging from the news going over the wires, the umpire will have to rail time on account of lost Ball, hut they can't say that Bomerville had anything to do with it. Hill Wilson, colored, was taken from here to Caldwell Friday, noon, charged with raising a rumpus id "Tin Town." He had a nervous break down brought on by a long spell of sickness. It is said ttwit he iiad thinned owl th...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

Publishing Co. w. w. RANKIN. Mauler. — m ¡ü «t Caldwell. Tenas, ■ill matter. Advsrtlalng Rates 20c per Inch PER MONTH following number of inohs must be aekly to obtain thee monthly rate. I to «K Inch* ,40c per inch to* *) " 60c " " SO to 80 « 4ftc " " tt to 100 " 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Looal readers 7 1-2 cents per line each asertioo ion Per Year Si.50 Three months 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) CHEERFULNESS. Cheefulness is a gieat factor in longevity. Seldom does one fiind an elderly person who has lived a useful life who has reached a ripe old ape that cheei fulness is not a fixed habit of life. N< r is it unus- al to find a cheerful person in ro- bust health and active service for the bettermeni of s ociety. In fact cheerfulness is essential to both contentment and happiness. It is necee8sary for our own well-being and for the welfare < f those with whom we come in contact. Young people shou d cultivate cheerfulness. While in the ¿low o...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

«- 4 *; ► |sy* # ♦ X / N V You Need a Tonic There are times !n every woman's life when she %wu ^ ",c *° 'ler over hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take—Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is com- posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act l' 8u.£e'y' on the weaken*. J womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has uenefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before l began to take Cardui, i was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as i ever did, and caa eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. ~xxxsi^B Groceries and Hardware We carrv a lull li...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

OUR RURAL STARR* jy^Uy^UU^|yyyyyyjyyyyyyyy||yyMyyygk^l> Cook— Point Mr. Editor, and fellow Coun- Chriesman Chats. MThe continued dry weather tion of wet now. Old Mother earth'a hull is burated to pieces; we want it to rain before the wells burst asunder, and all the water run out. It is so dry, our milk and butter supply is running short and the election is past, and of course the picnics and barbecues are a matter of the past. I tell you \! r. Editor, the prospects look gloomy for something to eat. 1 guess that some of us will have to board with our County officers that, have been in office for so long, I think they have lots in store for many years. Some folks think I write lots about eating, the reason I write some times about it, is because if we don't eat occasionally, we will starve to death sure, I don't want to die that way. The fact is, I am not in a hurry to die anyway. About twenty of our neighbors are gone to Robertson County to attend a church conference. George Robe...

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