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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

f * • t Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-6 Located Up-itairs Open House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Community Co-operation Call To Help Monument s I have the agency of the Bren ham Marble WorkH and have a nice line of sample books for you to select from. If vou want to buy a monument drop me u oard and I will call ro see you See me if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for cemetery or residence lots. VASOR NIX M. Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER win-ta In Caldwell every Sat- urday at Seibert 1 Thueber's Saloon and pay top prices for your hide. Frita Miman buya for me at Deanville. TOM HOLDNER'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 WhMNVwr You Need a Oeneral Toole Take drove' The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic i equally vnluable as a General Tonic be< ause it contains the well known tonic pr< pertiesof QU1NINB and IRON It acts on th«- Liver, Drives owl. Mal...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

U. S. ill Dark as to Noremeats on the European Battlefields Officials of the United States government are as ignorant of what is hapi>ening on the battle- fields of Europe as is the general public. Not a message a n d American diplomats are in hour- ly communication from all Euro- pean capitals—has come in the last five days hinting at fche de- velopment of military operations. In only one dispatch was {here any reference to pending hostiii ties. Minister Whitlock at Bel gium reported that although the seat of government had been moved into Antwerp he saw no need of leaving Brussels for the present. 'It was inferred from this that the German forces we. e not yet close to the Belgian cap- ítol. Absence of information about movements of the armies is ac- counted for by officials as due to the fact that American diplomat- ic officers are absorbed in caring for stranded Americans and are unable to call at the embassies or legations where news might be obtained. Ambassador Herrick in ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

« A t Ford Automobiles I have the agency for the Ford Autos and will deliver in Caldwell two passenger cars $4*5. and five passenger ears at $535. and all purchasers are entitled to participate in the profit sharing plan adopted by the Ford people. Sew Ine and I wiL' explain 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 • Hit- When You go to Marlin, Texas Take Your H.iths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE Th - very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. Chas. Reeves BAGGAGE and EXPRESS LINE. Also all kinds of Odd Job Hauling. PHONE 01'OR 100. Prompt Service. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERMS: $18.00 per week $3.00 per day Telephone 100 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. IMMMMMMMtfMn our rural staff a* seen by the fut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 August 1914

HAY TIES - HAY TIES - HAY TIES 4S 4S *S sS <« a& sS s& 4S s& ss ¡3* S* S* S* S* 4S 4© Ice Cream Freezers Garden Hose Steel Cisterns Trammel Nets 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 Freesers Bath Tubs Rakes Fruit Jars Fruit Jar Rubbers / Mr We want Your Trade ^|oniM^eniin^eniiiily We will Treat You Right S* 5* S* S* & 5* St Se & S* S* S* S* S* &* &* St & S* S* i/ Local and Personal. Miss Lucille Brymer visited J H. Massey and wife this week. J. L. Harvey ha* returned to DeLeon after a visit to relatives here P. J. Wotipka has gone on an extended visit to relatives in Snyder. Mrs B. P. Delamater has gone on a week's visit to relatives in Hillsboro and Anna. Why is it, it is often asked, that people in small towns can find no better business than pry- ing into other people's business and then exaggerate the truth in regar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

Burleson County Ledger "*9 N«w« Eatabllahad IB84 Consolidated Chronlola ' IBOO May IB" AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE L.*dg*r Establlahsd 1907 Conaolldatad Fab. 1011 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August 28, 1914 Number 29 Watch Your Money Every on 1 will admit that, money is not ;is safe in the pocket or in the cupboard at horneas 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 eases as yours. We will protect your money yet it is always subject to check. Let u.n assume the responsibility. You will sleep better, eat more, enjoy life better all around if you get avvaw from worry of always having to watch your money The first State Bar K ChlüWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Func Bank w. w. RA-isriKixisr AT I OM N KY-A I -I .A W AND NO'I'AhV ITHMC Office in Ledger Building Caldwell, Texas 1 i ~! School Shoes I Don't neglect the little feet which skip lightly to school in sunshine, or trudge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

Local and Personal T. B. Goodson. Little Feet: $1.50 for any $8.50 or $4.00 ladies low cut Kid shoe in the Black Front Store. -9-tf J. F. Mclver made a business trip to Somerville Tuesday. T E. Stone and wife returned to Georgetown Thursday from the family ol Mrs. G W. Lee. Mrs C. W . Moore returned to Gause Tuesday from visiteng her mother, Mrs. F. J. Gregg. Miss Nannie Porter has return ed from an extended visit to rela tives in Lexington and Gause. LOST—One light red steer year ling, one year old, branded R H on hip Return to Otto Wendo if, Caldwell. Mas. J. H. Webb and daughter Miss Nobie, returned to Bryan Monday after a ten days' visit to relatives here. Mrs. J. D. Dorbandt and daughter, Miss A Hie. arrive Tuesday from Lampases to vi.>i! relatives in the city. T. F. Gilley and Thos. Kraitch ar returned Tuesday afternoon from attending the cotton con- vention in Dallas. C. E. Haddox is at his old stand near Gilley's store paying the top of the market for cotton seed. For Sal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

\ Methodist S. S. Notes.1 Our pastor, Bro. McLarty, te-' cured Evangelist Arch C. Holder, of Nhreveport to come and hold h ' meeting for hi in. He came and began the meeting on the ilth, ¡ closing Sunday night, the 28 rd. Christian* * f all denom i nations j in town worked together in the meeting and the result was that ail were blessed. The Sunday schools were esjjecially blessed, many of the pupils <<f the differ- ent school* professing faith in Cbrist,and taking tlieir stand for him. Bro. Holder took charge of the school Sunday and in place of the lesson we had a sermoi lect u re from hi in. -M this serv ice there were 2* who made pul lie profession of their acccptanc of Christ ¡is their Savior. /Suu da.? s< hoo| workers. thi> was tlx harvest time for which you hav« worked and prayed. Hut then M|,yet more to be done. T ier are otlr rs who need to be led \< Christ anil these new convert- need <>;. i help, our sympathy and our |>r;t,\ers, that they may l>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

¡1 Ü I i * -V' M i'. [ * pti By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. Wf. W. RANKIN, Manager. 'ittrtd At th® po tof"* ^ Cildwíll, 1 M Kconi-clkM mail matter Advertising Rat * "jnt* Insertion 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered ant. Local readers " 1-2 cent*, per line each nsertion fsbacription Per Year -m $1-5'* Three months 80c, Six months -5c ' Invariably in Advance.) COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION. Copyright f*rtn nu<l Khu. Ii "Alas! they are only pearls," said tlie traveler on a desert des- pairingly, as he tore open the leather fla^-k at his feet and tossed the pearls to the four winds. What good were jewels to a man on a desert who was dying for wa'er to quench his thirst, and food to as- suage his hunger? The progressive tradesman who has not the patronage of the com- munity in which he lives is as much in a "desert laud as the traveler. He may carry the same class of merchandise as the better city stores, and conscientiously offer the public trademarked, advertised g .ods...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

.1 h m ' ' ' ' ' ■V" ? ^ to 4 r4-"v k\ u / > * Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hour* 0-6 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Former Caldwell j A Printer's Advice. Citizen Injured.: — i j The Son (proudly): "I am go- D. B. Clark, formerly a citizen i ing to have my college diploma of^L'aldwell, but now a uieral)er of the Beaumont j>oliee force, had one of his legs broken the latter part of last week. He was on horseback giving chase to a fleeing convict, when his horse stumbled and fell breaking one of Clark's legs. He will be laid up three weeks as the result of the accident. Monument s 1 have the agency of the Bren- ham Marble Works and have a nice line of sample books for you to seleet from If von want to buy a monument drop me a ¡ ros„,|1J4, wh,.,v he ,ms acc( pted oaro and 1 will call m see you . a position in the oil mill there. See me if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for cemetery or residence lots. framed. Where would you ad- vise me to han...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

Revival at Liberty Baptist Church. Great interest is being mani- fested at the revival meeting which is being conducted at the Liberty Baptist Church by Rev. R. P. Stokes assisted by the pastor. Rev. W. S. Lackey. I p to Wednesday, there had been seven conversions with the de- cision to be united with the church and good prospects for many more. The meeting will be continue this week. There will three services Sunday and dinner spread on the ground. Every- body is cordially invited to at- tend. NOTICE For a short period beginning August 12 th, we will not be abl< to sell anything except for Cash Nothing sold on 30 days time. We will appreciate your trade. 27-tf Matthews & Giddings. City School Teachers' Will Hold Institute There will be held here during the week beginning September fcth, an institute for the teachers of the public schools of Caldwell, with Prof. J. M. Smith as con ductor. The regular county in stitute will be held later. The city schools will begin Monday, Se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

?.$ m: J. -.3^;- • , - r ^ # Ford Automobiles I have the agency for the Ford Autos and will deliver in Caldwell two paasenger cars $4H5. and five passenger ears at $535. and all purchasers are entitled to participate in the protit sharing plan adopted by the Ford people. See me and I wil! jx plain it to you. I can can sell you at the sáme 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 When You go to Harlin, Texas Take Your Bath* at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. Chas. Reeves BAGGAGE and EXPRESS LINE. Also all kinds of Odd Job Hauling. PHONE 01 OR 160. Prompt Service. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERMS: $18.00 per week $3.00 per day Telephone 160 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. Í OUR RURAL STARR' |jyuuyy||MA|^|||...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 August 1914

8 HAY TIES - HAY TIES - HAY TIES I aS aS aS aS aS aS aS aS aS 5S aS aS as St St St St s^ ¿S aS aS aS aS aS lee Cream Freesers Garden Hose Steel Cisterns Trammel Nets 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 St St St St St St Sr St St St St aS St St St St We want Your Trade We will Treat You Fight ¡IwwvwvmwmvvvmtfHHmHwvvvvmmf Local and Personal. J. G. Dunn left Friday on a business trip to Teague. Mrs. J. C. Terry went to Rose- bud Saturday to visit relatives. W. H. Taylor left Saturday for Lampasas on a busines trip. Miss Lela Pinucane of Waco is visiting the family of C'apt. M. L. Womack. Miss Queen Heslep went to Waco Friday to attend a house party and visit friends. Mrs. Lou Campbell returned to Snyder Friday after a visit to the family of F. M. league. Mrs Ellen Oldham left Sunday for Chriesman to vis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 September 1914

Burleson County Ledger Nmuum Bslabllahad I8B4 Conaoild*l d Chronlcl* * ' 1890 Wt y IB0 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar Batabllahad ISOT Conaolldai«d Pab. I® 11 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, September 4, 1914 Number 30 Watch Your Money Every one will admit that money is not ¡is safe in the pocket or in the cupboard at horneas it would he in a tire proof, burglar proof safe. The question is: "Then why leave it there?" Our hanking facilities were arranged for just such eases 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 Banl^ ChlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty pune' BanK Church Reception. Saturday night at the Baptist cnurch at Hix there was given a reception by the church mem- bers for the entertainment of the twenty-five new members and the old ones as well A nice program had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 September 1914

' ' ' 5 Local and Personal Summary oi the War News Little Feet: $1.50 for any S8 501 or $4.00 ladies low cut Kid shoe in the Black Front Store. 29-tf Patronize Ledger advertisers John Schiller visited relative® in Cameron Sunday. B. F. Bates of Caddo Cap, Arkansas, is the guest of his brother, J. R. Bates. H. E. Scott and children of Somerville were among Mon- day's visitors to the city. Mrs A. B. Gerland went ti< Austin Tuesday to spend a week witli relatives. W. G. Hundley of Temple vis- ited his parents, W. H. Hundle.v and wife, this week. Chas. Fojt, John Eisik and J. J. Sebes ta of Snook were hen on legal business Monday. Rev. R. F. StoKes left Tues day for San Antonio to vi*it foi mer friends and relatives. Carey Neweonib came down the first of the week from Fort Worth and visited home folks. Mrs. Henrietta spending a week in relatives. is Scheide Austin with J. F. Gowins and family this week moved to Brown wood where he has accepted a position with the Santa Fe. Wanted -20...

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

Carpenter Gets Dangerous Fall. Monday afternoon George Eu- hanks while at work on the reni- denee of Frank Kallus received a fall by which he wan pretty bad- ly bruised up. He had jiint started to paint the cornice on a dormer window for one of the painters at a height of about 'JO feet, when the support on which he was standing gave way and he fell to the ground. H° was smeared over with white paint and badly bruised as lie fell in a pile of brick bats. I Want Fat Hogs. I will pay •' cents for small hogs and <> 1 - cents for hig hogs Otto Wendorf, Caldwell. }H)-tl Advertised Letters. The following letters remain uncalled for in the ('aidwell post ftij the week ending today. Bay advertised ween calling for same IinU v Sam Henry. Iunuis .1 tckson, Sammie Kinut^n, l>r .1 L Adjudged Insane. Before a commission composed of Dr>. K < . Mcl>*on, .1 W Matthew*. ,J ('. Mc(*regor and W J Hill, H. AI ford and C, L Smith, Mrs Annie Courtney wife of lv B Courtnev. was ad judged...

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

wtj wá i mmrnm. - H - m :%W ! I I ¡ \ ki' ivitsw CMiia LNfler By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. Hf. W. RANKIN, Manater. ¿mtmná «t the postot"* «t Caldwell. Texas, u leconé-cliM mall matter. Advertising Ratee ")ne Insertion 20c p«r incb AJI advertising run until ordered out. Local re&dws 7 1 -2 cents per line each nsertion j b>cnption Per Year Si.5'J Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.J TO BOOM YOUR TOWN. Talk about it, Write about it. Elect good men to office. Be friendly to everybody. Keep your sidewalk in good re- pair. If a poor mau starts a project, help him. If a rich man starts a project, en- courage him. Sell all y> u can and buy all you can at home. D m't talk the town down to strangers. If you are rich, invest in some- thing; employ somebody. If a project to improve the town comes up, don't hoot—investigate Don't let your personal antipath- ies get away with your business judgement. Follow the men who have the vim and energy to go ahead--a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 September 1914

•• ' ♦ / \ ¥ Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS GOT THEIR ITEMIZED BILL ! Why All EwOpe Is Aflame With War. Monument s 1 have the agency of tha Bren bam Marble Works unH have h nice line of sample books for you to select from If vou want to buy a monument drop me a oarri and 1 will call to une you See me if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for cemetery or residence lots. VflSOR NIX But, Considering the Cost, englishman in the Futura Will Aecapt tha American Method. A prominent Philadelphia attor- ney is not lacking, either in humor or in what the Scot calla "canui- neaa." Some yean* ago he waa employed by a wealthy English ayndicute, which had manv and valuable invest- menta in the l-nited States, to look after intereata here. Since it waa impossible to tell in aavance just the nature and character of the services he would render no price was agreed i Turkey. upon in advance. After a year's at- France wants recov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 September 1914

I IMMMU MMMMm OUR RURAL- STAFF , ** mwwwww '.WWWWW'f|i' Chrietman Chat*. Cooke Point I see that the ¡leople are doing as advised; they are rushing cot- ton picking; John Urban has ginned about two hundíed bales this season The cotton will soon all be open, and if the weather continues favorable, it will soon be all picked. I see some people are getting scared on account of the war in Europe, some fear for one reason and some on others; some fear the great battle of armageddon is on, that is the decisive battle, the last battle to be fought in the world, so they think the world will soon end. To quiet the nerves of the nenois; 1 will say advisedly; that that battle i- not due yet. There is a lot of things to be done before that battle is due; one thing I wiL mention; the Israelites must be regathered back to the land of their fathers (Palestine) and re build Jerusalem, etc. I think it is best not U> cross the bridge until we get to it. Let every body live every day as they would w...

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

H '.if-:- -"f List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31, 1914. For Taxes of 1913 only, in Burleson County, Texas. Reported under the Provision o! Section 10, Chapter 103 Laws of 1897 Returned by Geo. N. Johnston, Tax Collector. BEAT NO. 1. Adley. Andrew, abstract 176, cert. 353, original grantee N. McEwlug, acres ar.srssod 85, delinquent 85; total taxes $6.47. Houldin, Dock .Jr., part block 2, Alg. A Sr , 12.92 Houldin. Geo., West Caldwell, bouse and lot; $3.42. Chrimnan, Win., abstract 102. cert. 18, original gr..ntee. H Hykier. acres assessed 35. delinquent 35; $6.99. Cunningham, Matilda, abstract 256, C. B. Wilkinson original grantee, acres assessed 15, delinquent 15; $1. Cunningham, San ford. Caldwell, bouse and lot; $4.S>0. Ln.ckworth, Hr . W. A., abstract -41. A. I'nUerwood original grantee. acres assessed 3. delinquent 3; $1 DaniHs, John, Caldwell, lot 2. block 3; $2 43 Pram, Mrs I.. ().. Caldwell, Sot 4. W. of M ; $!'>.:♦ 4 Haddox. H. W.. W Caldwell, lots 13, 14, 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 September 1914

If i How About a Banner Runabout? UTCHELL&lLEWIS CO How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About a Moon Bros. Runabout? ! 3$ sS sS sS sS St Si St St Si *© sS sS sS *S¡ sS WE HAVE IN STOCK NOW— One Car Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagorvs Orve FULL LINE HARDWARE Drop in to We want Your Trade H§Sni(€|enfen^eiito Car Moorv Bros, and Banner Buggies FULL LINE GROCERIES Us. We will Treat You Right SB SB Si S* 5 Si Si Si Si S* Si Si Si Si St Si Si Si i Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Si Local and Personal. ; Using The Income. Miss Helen Broaddus went to Waco Saturday to si>end some time with friends. Miss Anna Holik left Saturday for Beeville where she will teach school this year. Miss Birdie Clark returned Saturday night from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Con roe. Charles Flanagan and wife re / turned Saturday to Hugo. Okla-; horn a, from a visit to the family of Tom Henderson. Col. P. M. Griffin and daugh- ter Miss Ada, have returned from an extended visit to ...

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