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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

^SPil •V* aL*. focal an6 personal | i|. happenings W of the tpcch. 1WWWWBWWWMWWWBBWM Mr . Henri' Hodges left Sat- urday to Npend some time with relatives in Georgetown. Mrs. Ed Harris and Mrs. Hugh Clemuaous, of Dallas, are the guests of relatives here this week. C K. Cade returned Katurduy morning from Sun Antonio where lie attended the military mancu vers. Land is gradually besoming higher in this county und now i* the t im*' for people to buy, it' they want to j^et bargains. Tuesday, Houston Cole and wife, Kmuiett Uhode. J<iliii sitnniM and Willie Tui'kcr came over from l>r\an in on uutomobileand spent n few Iiouih. W M Stone, wile und daujrh t«*r, attended tie' commencement exsiviae* of Southwestern Univer- sity Jit («eor^retown tin* latter part oí Inst week. NO. <*07 MMMI Of INC CtNMIMM Of SÜ CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK At Caldwell, in the State of Texas, ut close « f business June 7,1911; KKSOUKCKS Loans mid discounts #213,569.63 Overdraft*, secured and uu- sec u red 3.4S9...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

10 inch Berry Bowk and 11 inch Dishes Beautiful New Decorations QN SALE SATURDAY FOR 10c EACH H. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice i ia>l l «ilgl l ai TOWN TOPICS. J tT'* C* Ed Wotipka of Waco spent Sunday with home folk here. Chas. H. King carne up from Houston Wednesday and spent two days with his mother. Mrs O. K. Karnes has return- ed to her home at I Mum after visiting relatives here. Miss Annie Stockton has gone to Giddiugs to spend a month <svith relatives. lilis-es Lena a n d Myrtle ■Jones of Giddings are guests of relatives and friends here. Miss Helen Jones of San An- tonio is a guest of relatives in . the county. City Marshal W. F. Sullivan •^made a business trip to Austin the first of the week. Mrs. John Mevvhinnev, who 'has been relatives at Cookes Point, returned to Muckholts «Wednesday. Mies Bessie White returned 'Wednesday from an extended ■ visit to ber sick sister, Mrs. Har- ris, in Oklahoma City. Mrs. W. S. Conoly, who has been here visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

T "S;:, 4 .$Mf, - ÉW>< € ' ■ — *-v ■ - ' • • • • .•'-* *J* .'' • . OUR CORRESPONFIENTS SAYINGS. I Lyons Locals Chriesman. There was a fairly «rood ahower Ti,e weather here si ¡II contin- rf lain here list I hurtday but urea very dry, crops aro suffer* at the ground being so dry did- ¡ug badly for rain, especially the not do much *rood. corn, However, considerable Mrs. A. B. Duckworth off aid corn will be mude, not withstand- well ma le a good prohibition ing. tin drouth. «peoch hore Sunday afternoon. Mian Alum ('«minim of Kleva- AptvMy good crowd attended (¡on. visited rclalivos here, ■■ml would have 1„«. many more m™. Murtlia liaitge'.t ot Mi- interfiling H«< r out If ¡I I,so lllno, .visiu.d tolative lloro and lieeu tinnoumvi in liin", wa* aecouipuniod homo by Ifer lion, .Joint Calvin of the Prov- mother, Mrs. Scwell, ideno" neighborhood left oi.e Miss Sarah McLeod visited dav I i-i' week for a \ ¡sit to his friends in Miluin county last old I.' me in Arkansas. veek. Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1911

« ■ ' -e We Point to Our Record With a Feeling of Pride Few firms in business a decade have made more friends; no firm Has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than we have enjoyed, and no firm could be more appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our stock is complete, that our prices are Just, an i that each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent with business principles. Today finds us, if anytnlng, better prepared to take care of your wants than ever before, and we ask for your trade. HAY RAKES BALE TIES BINDERS' TWINE O p STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man .who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. Complete Line of Garden Hose Our Grocery Department is overflow- ing with good things to eat. Oriole Fiour All The Time We want Your Trade @¡JSin£í^eiiW^eiiÉié...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

1S0 ttrlcscm (Ctmnfn £ci>0 N*vua Bsti Chronicle itoll ■ had II IQO Conaoildatad may IB07 AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE •dgar B«t«bltati*d 109' Oonaolldttaa Feb. IO 1 Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, July 7, 1911 Number ^1 11 > I ♦♦♦♦!♦♦♦ HI 111H Don't Cast Your Money i To The Four Winds! ! Put It in this Bank where it will grow for you ; and do you some visable good now and in the future. "Asynn sow. so shall you reap." That is why the farmer plants his coin in fertile «round; that is why hundreds of peo; If place the money which they have in the hank, bo the amount hirer© or small Tln y nee the advantage oí having their money in a place where it will lie e«fe. There is no pleasure so wholesome in later I fe as that which is felt in reaping the reaping the reward of an early effort in starting a hank account. Now is the time and this is the place! Tjhe 3>erst State Sftan/c. Of Caldivci/, Zjokcis GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING ¡¡ THE COUNTY FAIR Was a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

'ú * ^ ^77 COUNTY FAIR (Continued Fro to First Page) ímJ and contained a vast t mount of good aound sense and was well received by all who heard it. Air. Quicksall was followed by W. D. Lewis assistant stale lecturer of the Farmer's Union, of Coperas Cove, who took for his theme the "Farmer's Union'' showing that this organization is fighting no man or orgaiii- ustión that is doing a legit unite and honest business; that the Farmer's Union is for the up- building of the farmer. honestly and fairly, and is working for the best interests of the state; its interests aro parallel with the best interests of the merchant and all other classes, and that all the farmer wants is fair anil honest prices for the product of his labor; lhat the farmers un- ion antagonises no man, firm or corporation that is honest and is willing to give every man a "Square deal." His apeeoh was full of good every day common aence and was heartily endorsed by the people. Prizes were awarded as foll- ows:. E. O. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

fgt# 'VT? ' * < Wll n ieport o! Land and Town Lots Assessed on the Tax Rolls of Burleson County, Texas, for the Year 1910, whicn are Delinquent for Taxes of 1910 Only Returned by Geo. M. Johnston. Tax Collector. Beat Nun)ber One O wn r Description Taxaa Benson Anna.... Abst. 16H, Lou Moore, 40 acres $ 1.33 Hounds, W. A Abst, ¿4.S, J, C. Walker, 17i aere 5.4H Beard, Hooker Part lot, blk 29, Alj;. str. and S. .K. Caldwell .... 2.07 Coleman, Kliza, Kst., Abst, 57, F. Smith, 1-2 aere l.flO Curt', Esther abst. IMS, Lem Moore, 50 acres 2.00 l)ounl ss, Cluo pail lot, Alg. strand S. R., Caldwell 2.20 Green, Vina H. and L. West Caldwell 1.33 Oriftin. A abst. 245, J. C. Walker, 1-. acre 2.0f. Hudson. I. A. all blk5, Caldwell j. A " "27, " Harris, \. .1 liovach, I' Meíver, J. P Mcrida, .loe Hill I'éter St Tin, 1 lannah. . W'yatt, Mrs. M. A, Wilson, Jim W. . pun blk. 3. W. of M., Caldwell . ahst. S4. P. Kin/., 1-2 acre ..lots l 'J blk 41, West Caldwell ...al st. 57, J'. Smith, 14 acres ... "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

Adverth One Insertion ..... Lelgcr By Thu County PuMiihint Co. W. W. KAMUN.I at the poatofflce at Caldwell, aa second-claM mail matter. kins 20c per inch PER MONTH The following number of inches must be u«*«d weekly w «biain the monthly rate 1 U> inehs per inch 10 to i) il 50c •' " 30 to 50 .... 45c *« " <60 to 100 ** 40c " " AH advertising run until ordered oat. said Mrs. Ella Tut lie became dissatiaffed with Mid land de- manded of tlie said W. H. Peck- ham, that he return to iter the To the Sheriff or any Constable j 6Utn of |1000,00, and that she of Burleson tounty Greeting: would deed the land in contro- Qtation By Publicado v THE STATE OK Tl x \S. YOU A HE HEKfcBY COMMAND EI) that, by making publication 3f this citation in some news. versey hack to him. That the said VV. II. Peckham, paid over to her thetaid sum of $1000 00, Local readers tive cents per line' each insertion. Cards of tlianks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

'Wf.. AND PERSONAL Chris Pchroeder, of Brenhatn, was here on business. P. II. Simpson is visiting hia brother John at Nevadu. J. C. Burnett was up from Somerville on huainesH Friday. ). E. Tt-ugneand family visited \ relatives near Bryun last week. Miss Hose lleinhurger, of Denison, ¡9 v'siting tho family of Clifford Douglas*. 4 Mrs. í. N. Jackson, of Dallas, arrived Monday to spend so:ne time with home folks. Mrs. J. W Carter is home from Houston to visit her motil- ar, Mrs. S. K, Xewi'omb. J. S- Knglaud of the Somer- ville Tribupo enii yi*d tie* Ith. on a visit to friend* litre. 3EAUTY REGCJLATED BY HEAT Photographer Must Havo Hlo Studio at Ju&t the Right Temperatura for Wise Woman Patrons. Tho photographer's schedule was disarranged half an hour because it took that long to get tho studio ex- actly at a temperature of 70 degrees, says tho New York Press. "And the thermometer had to reg- ister just that before the woman who had made an appointment for three o'clock would conse...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

"*■ 11 • • /■"i fToo ■ J Men's wash pants * la Uhi, Cruh ul Mobtlr Flntihit $1.25 to $2.50 Plecei Semi-Porcetain Win Sale at 1-2 PRICE H. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice — 5= ANNOUNCEMENTS. l?Vr representative of 48th re- presentative <1 ist i i :t to (ill out theunexpirei term of Thomae Krai tc her, d eceased: A. C Murray. ^ TOWN TOPICS. | t>eo. Lághtsay tnl wif; of Cooke i Point, were shopping here Wednesday THE MIND AND THE SHIP Worid'a Greatest Dreadnought Work of • Holpleoa Old Man. When the Britiah «uper-Dread- nought Thunderer—the moot pow- erful ironclad warship in the world ( —first plunged into the water, a helpleas old man, lying on a litter followed every phase of the launch- ing with ardent looks. The Thun- derer waa his work. Not a single plate of steel in its mighty organism had a secret from him—it waa his' Will and his science which had worked the miracle. Arnold Hills, president of the Thames Metal works, directed from the end of*a telephone wire the en- tire bui...

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

*** Ml ÍIJR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. Hogg Hints. A light shower of rtiiti fell here Set ur lay, which was very bml Jy needt-d, TIih health oí our community is very irood at present. M«\ uud Mrs. Scarborough of Taylor are visiting W. W. Wat- sou and family. Miss Bessie White, left Thurs- day for Ituckholts on an extend ed v i -11 to her sister. Several from here attended t he Color < i People's Barbeecue at Parker's Park and reported a tine rime. Russell Porter and Miss Mamie White attended church at Second Cr«*-k Sunday night. Mrs. A. L. Woff, and daugh- ter Eha. visited at Deanville Sunday. B 'st wishes to the Ledger. Sebesta Sayings ■ r Mr-. (Jotulla wife of .Joseph Co 11 died at their home Here Ttiuis<i.«y morning June, 25Mb. and t •• rem* ins wore laid t < t following day in Moravia ceuie T>'f 1 v• • . .Meteehka con ducted ¡he fui'iteral serviré. The .*ceased leaves an ngro hufb.m • n I "i e daughter,. The peoj ieof tnia uoiuuiunity havt- m i ...r. > > li v<'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1911

M66MM6666M6666M66666M! ' '• "'#v £**■ WM r:4 We Point to Our Record With a Feeling oí Pride Few firms in business a decade have made more friend;; no firm has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than w¿ have enjoyed, and no firm could be rrore appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our sto;k is compíete, that our pricss are just, an i tt*at each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent witi business principles. ToJay lind* us, if anytnirig, better prepared to take care of your wants than ever before, end ve ask for your trade. HAY RAKES BALE TIES BINDERS* TWINE m ft STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. Complete line of Carden Hose Our Grocer/ Department is overflow- ioj with good th n£s to eat. Oriole Floor All The Time ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

w rica o ti (ícrnníu £tí>0 N*u>« Established IB84 Con«oildat*d Chronicle * * ' IBOO May 1897 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L dg r Eatabllahsd ISO 7 Conaolldatad Peb. 1911 Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, July 14, 1911 Dollars Are Too Valuable i TO THROW AlA/ÁYi I < Better Start A Bank Account Today. We nut only accept your deposits, keep money safely, ami render every possible ae- «■OiiMulation that tlu; 1 st l ink on earth can render, but we will tai:e rare of your valua- ble pipéis and give you our assistance i'1 anv business trauma •: io::s, lr e <•!' charge. Numter 19 1 —■ THE FARMERS' UNION Met With Second Creek Lo- cal Last Friday—Offi- cers Were Elected. 7j/ie •Zf'irst State jftan/c. Of CaicitvcN, Va xis O U A k A N T Y F I N í) B A N K NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING t The Burleson County Parmer's Educational and Cooperative fnion of Texan, No. 77, conven- ed with Second Creek Local on Friday, july 7, full, ten o'clock, a. in., mid was culled tu order by Vice-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

I i- El Z, BP WA-,: & ENTHUSIASTIC MEET- ING HELD TUESDAY. New Railroad Proposition is Discussed—Money to be Raised—Free Right of Way Wanted. Tuesday evening there was fceld in the court house one of tfeo best attended and most en* vhusiaatic railroad meetings ever held here. Thia meeting was composed of representative busi- ness men, who went there for business. Caldwell wants the new railroad, from Stone City to Glddings, to come through thia place, and tho citizens will do their part to induce the road to be built through here. Mayoi J. A. Gray was elected chairman and B. P. Delamater, secretary. Mayor Grav then read some correspondence just received from the railroad au- thorities, showing that they want for the road, a free right of way, depot and switch yards in the corporate limita ot' the city. There are two surveys through the city, one through the northern part and the other throug the southern part. Cald- well has already offered the com- pany the northern route, but,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

Rolls of Bnrloson Comity, Texas, for the Year 1910, widen are Delinquent for Taxes of 1910 Only Returned bv Ceo. M. Johnston. Tax Collector. Mra. J. j. Mike.ska is up from Houston visiting friends and rel- atives. J Walter Williamson and wife of Mum ford, were visitor* here Monday. k Beat Nuri)ber One Own r Description Henson Alum Abst. 16H, Lou Moore, 40 acres... Bounds, \\\ A Abst, 245. J, C. Walker, 272 uereM Heard, Booker Part lot, blk 29, Al«. *tr. and S. K, Caldwell. Coleman, Eliza, Kst., Al st. 57, P. Smith, 1-2 aere < 'urr, Esther.... abst 16H, Lem Moore, 50 aeres Douglass, (ieo part lot, Alg. str and S. R., Caldwell <ireen, Vina it. and L. West C« Id well (íriftin, A abst. 245, J. C. Walker, 1-2 acre Hudson, J. A all blk5, Caldwell J. A.... Harris, A.J Hovach, IJ Met ver, j. F Merida, .!«*• '* Hill Peter Storm, Hannah. . . Wvatt. Mr««. M. A,. Wilson, Jiin W . j>nrt blk. .1, W. of M., Caldwell .. nl>*t. 54, F. kiur, 1-2 Here . .lots l 2 blk 41, West Caldwell .. ....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

i mW-v BMCSM CMIIS leaser By The County Publishing Co. RANKIN, 1 W. IV. Entered at the postoffice at Caldwell, Texas, at second-class mall matter. Acf vortli One iusertion tins Rates 20c per inch 1'EU MONTH The following number of inches must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to 9% luche 60r per inch 10 to 30 " ."Hkr " " 30 to 50 " 4AC " 44 SO to 100 " 40c " " All advertising1 run until ordered ont. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Palestine is to have a ,*75,000 bink building. Work on the building is to begin at once. The bond issue of $100,000 far building good roads in Gregg County was carried by a large majority. The Attornev General's de- partment has approved an issue of $20,000 in bridge bonds for Menard County. Palestine will hold an election to determine whether bonds shall be istu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

•v.f ' $37^: inty Court Proceedings. Measles Mumps Marriages. County court met in regular session Monday July 3d, with Judge R. J. Alexander on the bench and W. M. Hiiliard prose- cuting for the state. The foll- owing caaes on the criminal docket were disposed of flnuliy: J. W. Irby, aggravated assault, pica of guilty, fined $25. Frank IClliott, gaming, plea oí guilty, Hued £10. John Taylor, gaming, plea of guilty, finad #10. Harry Turner, gaming, plea of guilty, fined s 10. Bob M< rUs, Keeping saloon open on Sunday, not guilty. Lynch iV Poteet, keeping saloon op"ii on Sunday, dis- uiii ncd on motion of county attorney. Wu.-h Brown, assault, plea of guilty, fined 5;.". Cluts. Lewis, gaming, plea of guilty, fined fit). Joa Turner, disturbing the peace, plea of guilty, fined X~>. Del Whitehurst, gaining, plea of guilty lined S¡' Kie Wheelock. Seveial epidemics going the rounds in Timpson now,—meas- les, mumps and marriages. Care should he taken by those who are immune. While the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

fct'W i" Ü''J- -'üCr'^ ir-": ' ?** . 4?i. . i id* mhhim DELICIOUS Red Band Brand Candy Just Received 15c & POUND H. H KELLY Next to Poitofflce l ANNOUNCEMENTS. For representative of 48th re- presentative <lia rict to (ill out the unexpired term of Thoiuas Kraitcher, deceased: A. C. Murray. 8. Wilburn Fourth of July Party. Saturday afternoon July Hih. Mrs. Earl Porter opened wide the doors of her elegant home to the members of the Qui Vive club and a few outside friends. Recalling the many beautiful iafe'iwT entertainmenta of the past in this home, one and all were de- lightfully enthusiastic in playiug the six games of 42, enough players for five tables beiny; present. The score was kept with red, white and blue seals, spelling the names of the hostess. The tally cards were white, beat ing an emblem of the American flag. The cards were humor- compared when the games re finished and no one had successful in spelling the Porter, but in the attempt, such as pat, port and pore we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

^ f ( MM> IM Providence. 8evt rnl from hare attended (be fair the fourth and report a good time. Johnnie Curry of Fort Worth visited friend* here nevernl days Issfc week. Harry and H. V. Green of LoneOatc visited here last Sat- urday night. The protracted meeting will In gin here Sunday, and will 1>h con- ducted by Lackey and Par- ker. Everybody cordially invit- ed to attend. Born: to Mr. .• in< 1 Mrs. Will Calvin, a tine girl on the Oth. While iroing home from it sing ing Sunday evening Misa Alma Calvin was* thrown from a horse1 | and knocked unconsci us for | some tune. N<> bones were broken Tin? oretm p|. t*r at Jo - l-'.u bat.k'd whs w o i I alt. udeil and ull had plenty of cream. W. C. I .y of \"oln<-y visited .1. II. H".vn¡ lure the lii.-J of t h< week, Curtis Hewitt ¡sun the s'ck list ut this w i ¡tint/. ' "vin. Chriesman. This vicinity has been visited bv s«*vernl showers of rain with- in the, past week which has been ve y beneficial to crop interests, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 July 1911

m We Point to Our Record With a Feeling oí Pride Few firms in business a decade have made more friends: no firm has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than we have enjoyed, and no firm could be more appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our stock is complete, that our pricss are just, an J that each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent with business principles. Today find* us, if anytning, better prepared to take care of your wants than ever before, and we ask for your trade. HAY RAKES BALE TIES BINDERS' TWINE ft [P'r¡P?!?ÍN STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. 3d Complete Line of Carden ICose Our Grocery Department is overflow- ing with good th ngs to eat. Oriole Flour All The Time We want Your Trade i i 5* S* 3 I...

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