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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

ir YOU WANT CANDY Get «to "Heme-Hade" kind. I make all kinds of Candies tbat are good and pure. A f«-e h supply is always kept on hand. It is better, chea|>er 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. Struivo 's Candy Jfitchon Next Door to Post Office. J. B. Hineycut PHYSICIAN Office in itonfl & Hitoheook Drug Store Culls an->wr*r- promptlv div or night. Day phone 32. nigh', phone Caldwell, Texis rl •i J.H.MASSEY BLACKS 11TH 4ND VíñZZuN.UaAT Horseshoeing an! Repairing A]Spscialty Near Depot. Caldwell, Texas NOTICE An extra Pair of Panta Fre* with eeeh Suit order. Fit Guaranteed High Clase Cleaning, Dyeing end Preeelng. We call for and deliver work. Ladies work a specialty. Phone I ft4 Happy Tailor Shop When You go to Martin, Texas Takf Your Baths at The PURUN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE Th'* very best service and ex penen I attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, PI. D. Proprietors....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 July 1914

lad Perusal Cebron of Burling*K relatives iu the City. Col. F\ M. Griffin of Lyons was • *i iU>r here Monday. J. Blocker of Lyons was a Visitor here Monday. Mr . Pred Deutsch visited re- latives in Somerville this week. Mis® Mamie Fisher returned to Burton Monday alter a visit to Miss Lauriuda Windel. Miss Blanche Baker of Bren- ham visited Miss Laurinda Win- del this week. Misses Rosie and Lit lie Sonen- berg of Brenhatn are visiting the family of Joe K re nek. Miss Queen Hesiep is on an extended visit to reftitives and friends in Hope, Arkansas. Miss Irene Gordon of Fort Worth is visiting the family of E< A Ellis. m Jim Hale of the Dallas Even- ing Journal was a visitor her Saturday and Sunday Henry Gregg of Cameron visit- ed relatives here the iirst of the week. Miss Lottie Hughs retnrned Sunday from a week's visit to relatives in San Marcos. J, C. Jones attended the big Ferguson jubillee in Temple on Monday night. Miss Bessie Whaley is in Cop- peras Cove visiting relatives...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 August 1914

The Burleson County Ledger N*w«e«i<i ll«h*cl 1884 Con oildi l«d Chronica 4 ' I890 W«V IttOT AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Cor '•r B8l«bll«H d 1887 on«alld«t*ci P fc. ion Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August 7, 1914 Number 81 The Path of Success The road to success is lined witl\ money. One dollar leads on to others and finally to finan cial success. The great question is, are you ready for the op|K)rtunities 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 (¿rasp your chancer If not, better be- (¿in now to save, because opportunity knocks once at every man's door. Me ready. We in- vite von to start an account with our bank. The First State Banl^ CMLDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty F^nr 3anK v ,iM /) 'T-MJ n Or There's Really "Nothing Doing" su lar ¡is mosquito and oiler it.sei t bite* «re concerned, when i ue carries w tli hint our healing l«>ti«>u> Hefore the slin,: an h< •'«•It ti •...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 August 1914

yk" Idler L: .'H Ing Maim . JOa a * ! rtf **hH WMK. "V* (MM !«<• « «i ¡-y #%«- rtf>. p*** ia*.a SAr. '* #> - M ma *n«í¡ ' ?'!*<•«'' «w< 7 1-2 mr*u p*t* .m* Tm Y«*r ..... •: W> If*, 9fc* /V. Bft A<ÍVlt A* ; CLEAPI-UP r A VfPAfO^ AOAÍV it hm h*eti *x\(S rba? ik* fwm*y •pent In T*x*a «rvery yenr for feff «ni* and for treaf ir H t> pboid fuv- •f would wmild make an amount to b r*i#h th<? Kaf if that «mm w*ra in carryifisr out the well m^aaures of prevention tbic connection it ia ^easing to remember an inspiring thought from Voltaire. The old philoaoph- rn Sftkf: "M- ri who are (OKCUpwsd ill thefeatoration of health v> other by the joint exertion of ki l and humanity are «Wove #«ll the great of til* aaítl . They ev-t par- take of divinity, sine - to preserve Mid renew Is almost as great m to li- li:. COH.HUSfTY CO^OPEtATKiN ■>uv "'if 1 #«rat u < Stuuiti Therein nothing more sad than the lo of a human iife and specially so when that loss could have been...

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

' ' 'i 3 " 8 </ Automobiles ive tin* ageucy for tt.i itoH and will deliver in II two passenger car and tive passenger cars ü. and all purchasers are to participate in the sharing plan adopted by i Ford people. See me and ill explain it to you. I can «ell you at the same price t you will have to pay any MW in the state. Buy from trhotne man. J. C. WYATT CALDWELL, TEXAS. WHBS J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN in itoue & Hitchvook tg Store. Calls nswer- nnptlv day or night, iay^rhone 32. night pi.one ildwell, Texas GO TO THE ipy Mor Shop FIRST CLASS WORK ling and Pressing a Specialty ^Work Guaranteed, if [ht, you have no t* take it. CLASS ALTERATIONS [AIM BROS. Wk in You go to Marlin, Texas Wur Hatha at The PURLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE Tit tie very best servio- and experienced attend ants. F. H. Ragsdale. Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. Chas. Reeves BAGGAGE and EXPRESS • . LINE. Also all kinds of Odd Job Hauling. JPHONE 6i;OR 180. Prompt Service. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERMS:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 August 1914

1 - m •$< ¡ % l^#é- IT rON i DRESCHER iths, Gunsm i t h a, workmen, Wheel* wrigkti and Horteahoera. 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. Ohtii Prompt Strvic* Day and Night Phone 201, lUiidcnc* 128 TON DOWNER'S CLEANING and PRESSING SHOP Palm Beach Suits Cleaned and Pressed this month at a special price, 50c per Suit. All Work Guaranteed. PHONE 237 Local and Personal Fred Meyer of Rockdale visited relatives here the first of the week. E. E. Porter of Kosbud spent the week with relatives in the county. Fritz Lehde and wifereturnd Tuesday from visiting relatives in Brenhatn. E. E. Porter returned to Rose- bud Tuesday after a visit to rela tives in this county. Jacob Piwetz and Louis Piwon- ka left Monday night for Linn county to spend a week. Mrs. M. L. Womack and chil dren of Beaumont are the guests of Dr. J. W. Matthews and family. R. S. Newsom of the Brazos bottom was here on bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 August 1914

i' w¡ s Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught" writes Mrs. ^Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds Hver and stomach troubles. 1 firmly believe Black-Draught saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. 1 shall never be without BLACK-«6Ht in my home. For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-five years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. (J 631 O < Groceries and Hardware W e carry a full line &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 August 1914

Personal Mira •co. Mir-a-oo. Cleb went to Rock to visit relatives. . H. Hunter or Gatesville it of Tandy Easley and ^ 19,4 Bates, J. R. Lyon and lolt were Somerville ire Satutday. Knox and family have 4 returned to Brady after visiting the family of R. S. Bowers .. .*64 tJueen Heslep returned of last week from an ex- visit to friends in Hope C. W; Maya and his mother. A. Thompson went to Saturday to si>end ten 4*ys with relatives. HHHHT ■m. •• Mir^-co, Mir a ro, Mir a-co. r Misses Roberta and Flu la Wil kfersoir of Eddy are attending th< house party given by Misses Kate Cora 11 u nd ley, Eoline Harkins and Norton returned to th Saturday after visit &mi1y of John Gregg. frt larenearing the com !unice residence hous ¡ Williams on one of his •the school house. Montague has sold to .'Schoppe the residence occupied by B. C in West Caldwell, the >n named, being $1,- G. Gurlin left Sunday night ite from the Carpen- to attend the State >n of the Carpenter's which met at Waxa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Burleson County Ledger News BsiMbllah*d 1884 Consoildaiad Chronlel IBOO May 1897 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar Establlahad ISO T Conaolldaiad Fab. IOII Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August 14, 1914 Number 37 Watch Your Money Every one will admit that money is not as safe in the pocket or in the cupboard at home as it would be in a tire proof, burglar proof safe. The question is: "Then why leave it there?" Our banking facilities were arranged for just such cases as yours. We will protect your money yet it is always subject to cheek. Let us assume the responsibility. You will sleep better, eat more, enjoy life better all around if you get awnw from worry of always having to watch your money. The first State Ban^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Funr Bank W. W. lEt-A-USnCUN- ATTOHN KY-A 1-1 .A W ANT) Not a <\ I'CHIJC (Iffice in Ledger Building Caldwell. Texas Great Methodist Revival Meeting Rev. Arch C. Holder, Ph. D.,of Shreveport, La., a noted evange- list is conductin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Local and Personal p. J. Wotipka is up from sev- eral weeks sickness. Mrs. R. Stuwe, Sr., is visiting A Fire Fiend in Town. I I Tuesday night about 9 o'clock some tiend with mind bent on mischief, attempted to burn the residence of Henry Gregg. There was no one in the house at her sister, Mrs. Lydie Brown in ^ ^ J% ^ Temple. Miss Laurinda Windel return- ed Monday from visiting friends in Richmond. lost—One light red steer year- ling, one year old, branded R H on hip. Return toOtto Wendorf, Caldwell. Mrs. O. E. Harvey from De Leon is the guest of G. B. Ran sou and family. Joe Krenek went to Marlin Tuesday to spend ten days for his health. J F. Snapp of Texarkana was here for a few days this week on business. Mrs. H. M. Shannon returned to Richmond Saturday afu-r < visit to relatives here. by J. W. Thaxton and wife, but they had just vacated it, moving out that day. Mr. Thaxton hap- pened to go to the house chat night ond discovered that it was on fire in the garret. He at once gav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

► t * t State Democratic Goafention! At El Paao Used the Stesm Roller and Adopts Fer- guson's Platform. El Paso, Ti'xas, August 12 Placing its official approval uj on the state ticket nominated at the July primaries and adopting a platform as desired by James E. Ferguson, the nominee for gov ernor, the Texas democratic convention completed its work today Adjournment -vas taken short- ly after 8 o'clock after the nomi- nations had been concluded and Paul Waples of Fort Worth had been elected state chairman for the next twó years. The meet ing was continuous from 10 a. m. until the adjournment hour' VI le feature of the clay was the clash between Bailey and the Ferguson men in control of the convention. Bailey admittedly " nutrle a strong showing in a three cornered debate, although he was voted down, '">4." to 107, on his minority report. Opposed to Bailey in his ef forts to have the platform drop the tenant land plank and in elude opposition to national pro hibition and woman suf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Bvricsw CMniy Ledger By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. RANKIN manager. •aiared at ti e postof'V* *t Caldwell. Tex* , m KcoBd-rltki mail matter. Advertising Rotea ")ne Insertion 20c P®P PER MONTH The following number nf inohs muit be need weekly to obtain tbee monthly rate. 1 to 9^ inch* Per 'nt'k 10 to 80 " We " " JO to 50 " «c " " 50 to 100 " 40e " « All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion Subscription Her Year $1.50 Three months 50c, Six months 75c ' Invariably in Advance.) COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION. Copyright Farm and Ranch "Once upon a time" there was a woman who rebelled at her grocer ''substituting" every time she sent for a standard article, When she read of a firm in a distant city that wanted agents "that no one would know were agents" for the express purpose of fonning.community clubs in saving by co-operative buying, she was in just the mood to consid- er the plan. It sounded alluring f< r the convincing ad assured Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

• • * > > *ir ' ' * ir H * . -• «wssw1 a"; m «•* VACATION TIME Let Us Help You Plan Your Trip Summer Tourist Tickets on Sale Daily, limited to October 81st. for finul return, to All Points North, East and West THROUGH SLEEPERS TO COLORADO SPRINGS DENVER, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO 1 iirevt ''finnei tion at I.a .Imita with Throujjh S]ee¡ t*r¡t" California, and at M Louis rtn«i i 'hicugo with Through Sleepers to Katfrn I'ojwt THE LOGICAL ROUTE TO BOTH 1018 EXPOSITIONS Ask for Free Literature E. T. BRADY, Aft.. Caldwell. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-5 Located Up-stairs Opera Hou8e Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Successful Boys. The successful men in America as a rule, owe their success to having had early responsibilities more than to any other thing. The boy who is thrown on his own responsibility, who must think for himself has far the ad- vantage over the boy whose father or mother decided all questions for him. Think for yourself, and begin as early as you can, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Local and Personal. G. L. Smith is recreating at points on the Texas coast. R. M. Perdue visited Cameron this week. Mrs. Margaret Lampkin from Brenham visited friends here this week. F. A. Deutsch, Jr., and wife went to Rockdale this week to visit relatives. Arthur Smith of McGregor visited relatives in this countj this week. Lost—A child's bracelet with two rings on it and engraved L R. Finder return to this office. F. R. Kali us is having his resi- dence on Buck street enlarged and converted into a modern bungalow. Commissioner's court was in regular session this week trans- acting tne usual amount of bus- iness for the county. Tom Holdner has installed a steam dryer at his pressing pal- lors and is prepared to dry cloth- ing in any kind of weather. Misses Henrietta and Tula Etzel are visiting friends and relatives this week in Giddings and Carmine. Robt. Q. Etzel. wife and little son returned the latter part of the week to their home in Ray- ville, La., after a few weeks' visit t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

Ford Automobiles I have the agency for the Ford Autos and will deliver in Caldwell two passenger cars $4M5. and tive passenger cars at $535. and all purchasers are entitled to participate in the profit sharing plan adopted by the Ford people. See me and I wil? .-xplain it to you. I can can sell you at the same price that you will have to pay any- where in the state. Buy from your home man. c. c. wyatt CALDWELL, TEXAS. J.H.MASSEY BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT Horseshoeing and Repairing A Specialty. Near Depot. Caldwell, Texas GO TO THE Happy Tailor Shop FOR FIRST CLASS WORK Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty All Work Guaranteed, if not right, you have no right to take it. HIGH CLASS ALTERATIONS FRA1N BROS. When You go to Harlin, Texas Take Your Baths at The HARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The wry best service and ex|*M*ieneed atten<hints. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. Chas. Reeves baggage and express line. Also all kinds of Odd Job Hauling. phone 6i;or;i6o. Prompt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 August 1914

HAY TIES - HAY TIES sS flS 4S •3S S* S* s* ts* ^s> *s lee Cream Freeiere Garden Hose Steel dateras Trammel Neta Hoop Nets Oriole Flour New Onions Bran, Oats Everything in Groceries Bicycles Crockery Buck's Stoves Carpenter's Tools Saddles and Harness Anything in Hardware Coolers Freezers Bath Tubs Rakes Fruit Jars Fruit Jar Rubbers We want Your Trade We will Treat You Right s* & Si Si Si Si Se St Si St Si St 4S) S* St S* St S^ Si Si S* (5* Local and Personal Mrs. J. J. Hoiik left Friday to visit relatives in Brenham. T. V. Murray of Dallas visited here Saturday. Constable Ira Haddox is up after a two week's confinement with fever Gee Springs Meeting Closed. The 3ee Spring* Camp Meet- ing which had been going on for nearly two weeks, broke camp last Friday morning on account of the heavy and continued rains The Typhoid Germ. Citation by Publication. But one germ can cause ty- phoid fever, and that is the ty- phoid bacillus. Before it can j produce disease it must be swal lowed...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

Burleson County Ledger N*w B«tabtlah«d 1884 Con«oild*e d Chronlol* * I800 l*lay 180 7 AND NEW/S CHROINICLE L*dg*r Cstabllahad 10 Conaolldatad F*b. ífi 97 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August ai, 1914 Number 38 r*- atch Your Money Every one will admit that money is not as safe in the pocket or in the cupboard at horneas it would be in a fire proof, burglar proof safe. The question is: "Then why leave it there?" Our banking facilities were arranged for just such cases as yours. We will protect your money yet it is always subject to check. Let us assume the responsibility. You will sleep better, eat more, enjoy life better all around if you get awaw from worry of always having to watch your money. The First State BanK Caldwell, texas Guaranty punc' Bank r L w. w. K,A.isrK.X2sr ATI'OH N RV«AT"1 .A W AM) NOTAhV PVBUC Office la Ledger Building Caldwell, Texas I School Shoes I Don't neglect the little feet which skip lightly to school in sunshine, or trudge through ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

Local and Personal R. M. Perdue wa« in Camero ' We had ft «""d ""'■«'anee laat on bUHiness Monday and TuM., Sunday but there were over 80 rei>orted absent. Cannot these fcttoftt S. S. Notes. u¡ «üfitfBfifitfüfi day. • Miss Leah Sale returned Thursday from a short visit to Taylor. Austin Miller is here from Weatherford visiting relatives and friends. Miss Bertha Helmer went to Chriestnan the first of the week to visit relatives. Misses Agnezand Edith Dusek of Cameron are the guests of John Jancik and family. Jim Burns of Temple is on an extended visit to the family ol Dr. J. B. Honeycut. Mrs. J. R Heslepand daughter Miss Queen, returned Saturday from visiting in Navasota. LOST—One light red steer yea: ling, one year old, branded R H on hip. Return toOtto Wendori, Caldwell. Mrs. Daisy Fischer came up from Brenhatn Saturday to vis- it the family of W. W. Rankin- Miss Goldie Porter is on an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Prentice Crumplerat Richmond. Mrs. j. L. and Miss Edna McNu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

: i mx S. H. N. I. Catalogue The B5th annual catalogue of Sain Houston Normal Institute at Huntsville han l>een received at this office. It is a publication of 77 pages, with illustrations of buildings, student activities and historic relics in the mus eum. During the past year 7M students from 1(H) counties were enrolled in the regular session, and ttlH students in the summer session, besides 4iJ children in the Practice School. Diplomas and permanent teachers' certiti cates were issued to 292 gradu ates. 1*1 first grade certifícate* were issued to undergraduates The new four year course ol study includes two years of col lege work. Students completing the new .Junior and Senio ('ourses are given advances standing at first class college* aud universities, beside* receiv >ng teachers' certificates. The selioM is e<|nipped with library, lu-w gymnasium building, train ing se|i*m>1. agriculture, manual a n < I home economics depart men's, laboratories and ample grounds f...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

MriesM cnmi teéicr By Th Burleson County Publishing Co. tf. W. RANKIN, Manager. stored at the poatof*— • Caldwell. Texa . tt KcoBi-daH nail natter. Advertising Rmtmm }oe Insertion 206 P®r lncb Mi All advertWn* run until ordered ont. Local readers ^ 1-2 cents per line each nsertion Subscription Per Year • •• *l'50 Three months 60c, Six months > 5c (Invariably in Advance.) When a town ceases to grow it begins t<> die, and the more people try to kiil each other's business in their own town the more readil\ will utter ruin come to all. Stand together for the advancement of every citizen. If a man shows abil- ity to prosper do not pull him back. The Courier-Times says: A West Virginia darkey, a blacksmith recntly announced a change in his business as follows: "Notice De co-partnersship here to-fi >re resist- ing between me and Moses Skinner is here resolved. Deiii what owes de firm settle wid me, and dem what de firm owes will settle wid Moses." There's a colored finan- cier ...

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