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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

CHToní5 ,*b,,r,h#íl !S2¿ ^T.-v°¡£SV-- AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, September 11, 1914 Number 31 A WAR IN EUROPE Is something you and I are not responsible for, but it is our fault if we haven't a bank ac- count to tide us over these "Hard Times." Don't worry about the past, the opposing armies will take care of themselves. Let's get busy and attend to business, the chances are that in the course of a hundred years or so we will have forgotten all about this. This Hank is doing a banking business at the same old stand and we are just as anxious for vour business as ever. The First State Banl^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Fune'. Bank Negro Chokes Little Girl. "w. w. R/A-Hsnciisr ATTOHNKY-AT-I.AW AND NOTAh\ PVHLIC Office lo Led iter Buildinjr Caldwell, Texas sssssssü" School Shoes] Don't neglect the little feet which skip lightly to school in sunshine, or trudge through rain and bad weather with their load of books. No shoe was ever made too goo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

ü "■ -"1 w l.-'t"■' —— f Miss Simpson to Wei Bvy-a-Bale CM Organized. M| T _ • f Miss Jeffa Simpson was the pleasant hostess to the Qui Vive At a meeting held In the May I Club and Kver>1 or', office Thursday morning, KueaU |ut gatu,.day afternoon, consisting of the business men of the city, it was agreed by aii "Stjfcffesent to buy-sóbale of cotton at ' thj price of ten cents a pound- Harry Hudson, Thomas Krait- eharand C. C. Neims were ap* poifBd a com mi tee to solicit members for the club. Up to the time of going to press near- ly hundred members has been secured. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. J. M. Smith was genial and graci- ous hostess at her cozy home to members of the Qui Vive, club, the occasion being a shower par- ty for Miss Jeffa Simpson bride elect. There was quite a gather- ing and many and beautiful were the articles of linen which made up the shower for Miss Jeffa, whose popularity was so well evidenced on this occasion. County Court. County court convened Mon- day mo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

ir ■ > First GímíüI Report I Baptist Notes. Caasus Burea* Gives Out The Gin- ning Figures to fcptw- Wr First Washington, Sept. 8.—Cotton of the growth of 1914 ginned to September 1 announted to 475, 455 bales, counting round as half bales the census announced to- day in its first ginning report of the season. This com pared with 709,099 bales ginned to Septem- ber last year: 7B0,8b4 in 1912 and 771,297 in 1911. Round bales included wer«- 85fi compared with 7,(510 for 191U 7.4H4 for 1912 and 7,709 fur 1911 Sea Island included 1 758 bales compared with 486 last: 282 for 1912 and 546 for 1911 Oinning states: Alabama 46. 754; Arkansas 514; Florida 5. 223; Georgia 186,079; Louisiana 8,24-; Mississippi 2,698; North Carolina 970; Ok I ah a m a 856; South Carolina 4,664; Tennessee *81. TWas 264,201) all other states 281. I Want Fat Hogs. I will pay 6 cents for smal otjs and 6 12 cents for b¡K hogs Otto Wendorf, Caldwell. 80-tf Advertised Letters. The following letters remain uncalled for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

Sf By Th« County Publishing Co. W. N. RANKIN, MaaHer. fturtcsM CMMI Ldicr it««d At Oí pnioCV «t Caldwell. Texas, m MOOBl-daH mall matter Advertising Rat ")ne Insertion 20c per Inch All advertían# run until ordered ont. Local readers f 1-2 cents per line each nsertion tabacnption Per Year Si.50 Three months 80c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION. Copyright F«iriu and Ranch In the days when chemistry was alchemy, meu shut themselves up in their laboratories, and witii ihe aid <>f tlteir mystic lore derived from the Arabian philosopher ex- perimented upon various metals, seeking f« r the philosopher's stone. By day and niyht t! ey worked like madmen, bending all their energies to see if there was not s«>me Midas touch by which every thing could be changed into gold To this end, kings and queens gave money freely; others staked all their possessions; meantime, these men grew old and decrepit as they bent over their crucibles. No Mid- as touch turned...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

fW iff Mm ' / s * Dr. 6; F. Eckbardt DENTIST Offtet Hours 9-8 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Konvimervt s I have the agency uf the Bren ham Marble Works and have a Dice line of sample books for you to seleet from If vou want to buy a monument drop me a oarri and I will call ro bh« y> u See me if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for cemetery or residence lots. VASOR NIX Local and Personal Patronize Ledger advertisers. John Schoppe was a Lyons Visitor here Monday. Henry Hodges was up from the Bruzos bottom on business Monday. M. Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER will be in aldwsll every Sat* urdsy at Seibert & Thucber's Saloon and pay top prices for your hide. Fritz Miman buys for me at Desnville. J A. Hudson spent several days in San Angelo on business this week. R. H Sample and wife of Houston are visiting the family of J. H. Laing. J. H. MASSEY BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT Horseshoeing and Repairing A pecialty. Near Depot, sldwell, Texas Notice of El...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

KEHRR Í!, i a y*-..; ' - i ÍOUR RURAL- STAFF^ jU uwwwuwuwiw'wírrnimi rrmffltfrtttií Cooke Point Mr. £ditor about all the néws is this section is, the people are still scared and are getting scared worse about the great European war. They read, think, wonder, imagine and talk. Some of them have heard som^ preacher say something about a great battle, that is to be fought some time, called the battle of armageddon, and judging from what they heard they think this must be the battle of armaged don. A preacher was at rn.v house a few days since, he aske<¡ me what armageddon meant Another old church member tolu me that the line of battle woul<* be six hundred miles long, and he said it must be fought in the Mississippi valley, for that was the only valley in the world thai was six hundred miles long Armageddon is a Hebrew teru. when used in the scripture rela- tive to the locality where the great battle is to be fought; it meant a hill and valley of Megid do on the west side of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

and Lots Delinquent on March 31,1914. For Tum of 1913 only, In Burleson County, Texas. Reported under the Provision of Section 10, Chapter 103 Laws of 1897 Returned by Geo. M. Johnston, Tax Collector. SBAT NO. 1. Anderson. James, Clay, 1 lot; $2.62. Adley. Andrew, abstract 176, cert. Bayett. W. A., aba. 3 , Wm. McWil- 353, original grantee N. McEwing. Haiux, acres assessed 460, delinquent acres aosrssod 86, delinquent 85; total 430; $262.67. taxes $6.47. | Cooper. H. C., aba. 289, H. C. Cooper Bouldin. Dock Jr., part block 2, Alg. original grantee, acres assessed 209, é, Hr , 92.92 delinquent 209; $11.48. Bouldin, Geo., West Caldwell, bouBe Finch, Frank, abs. 32, Alf Keenan tiw/f lot; $3.42. original grantee, acres assessed 120 Cbrlsman, Wm., abstract 102, cert. 4-6, delinquent 120 4-6; $78.65. It, original grantee, H. Hykler, acres Luckett, Mary, abs. 27, A. R. Guild assessed 35. delinquent 35; $5.99. original grantee, acres assessed 32V4* Cunningham, Matilda, abstract 256, delinqu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 September 1914

, .'' a& sS *& 3& & S& How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? WCHELLijLtWISCQ. DACIlif WIS. 2& sS St S* WE HAVE, IN STOCK NOW— One Ca.r Mitchell &nd Old Hickory Wa.gor\s FULL LINE HARDWARE Orve Car Mocm. Bros, and Banner Buggies FULL LINE GROCERIES &e We want Your Trade Drop In to See Us. ®¡¡cni(^eiák^ento %' We will Treat You Right %wwwwwwwwwwwbwwwmwmwmm\rl Local and Personal. John E. Lyon of Lyons was a business visitor here Friday. Lawrence Knox of Giddings visited here last week. Mrs. I. J. Fariss of Giddings spent the week with relatives here. Douglass Carvin of Navasota spent last Friday here with rela- tives Mrs. J. H. Tate of Giddii^fs visited the family of Morris Burns several days this week. Vance Smith returned to Dal- las Sunday after an extended Visit to the family of L. W. Hen- slee. Miss Helen Harris has accept ed a position as teacher in the schools at Port Ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

"'•i* 'i'-"' ~® •* f Si :* -fc fe; Volumne XXX AND INEW8-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, September 18, 1914 .adgar Bstabllshad IMT Conaolldatad Pe ka. 1011 Number 3 WAR IN EUROPE Is something you and I are not responsible for, but it is our fault if we haven't a bank ac- count to tide us over these "Hard Times." Don't worry about the past, the opposing armies will take care of themselves. Let's get busy and attend to business, the chances are that in the course of a hundred years or so we will have forgotten all about this. This Bank is doing a banking business at the same old stand and we are just as anxious for your business as ever. The First State BanK Caldwell, texas Guaranty Fun*'. Bank W. W. ATPOHNKY-AT-LA W AND NOTAh Y PUBLIC Office in Ledfcr Bnlldlnr Caldwell, Texas i I School Shoes I Don't neglect the little feet which skip lightly to school in sunshine, or trudge through rain and bad weather with their load of books. No shoe was ever made too good for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

Local and Personal Nccvtr-sinpsM. sBüitfiiiüBiBaiai Patronise Ledger advertisers. An interesting wedding, unit- ing the destinies of Erie Mc- Born, to B B. B'ackuion and Carty of Houston and Miss Jeffa wife, Saturday morning, a son. Sim)>son, took place Monday j I ■ 1 morning, September 14th, at 11 John Heisler left Monday for o'clock, at the home of the bride's j San Marcos where he will attend school. New Goods at Cobb's E. T. Brady and family went Saturday to Fort Worth to visit relatives. My home for Sale. Vasor Nix. Frank Skrivanek of West spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives, Miss Lillian Hudson of Somer- ville was a guest of Miss Maude Ragsdale here this week. Mrs Henry G.-i** . ^ l 'n >d t Temple Saturday after an ex- tended visit to relatives here. W H. Bird returned to Taylor Tuesday from spending several days here with friends. Mrs. Sidney Allen returned t« Rockdale Saturday after a visit to Mrs. Harry Hudson. John Brown, who has been here attending court, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

r Little Feet: $1.50 for any $8.50 ¡ SllOWCrS fot or $4 .00 ladies low cut Kid shoe ... ... in the Black Front Store. 2y-tf j MlSS JCllft ^IDipSOO J. W. Ragsdale returned Tues- day from a business trip to Brenhatn. A Rosenwasser will be closed Monday, September 21st, on ac- count of Jewish holiday. Miss Ethel Harnett of Brown- wood, after a week's visit to relatives here, left Thursday for Manor where she will teach school this year. Little Menla Merrin loft yes terday for her home in Houston, after an extended visit t*> her grandmother, Mrs. Hettie Mer- lin. Bev. M C. Bishop and wif« went Tuesday to Marlin. H« will return the last of the week, but she will remain a few days longer for her health. J W. Torbitt, after at extended visit to her mothei here, returned to Marlin Mon day, aertunpanied by her mothei Mrs. Robt. King. Mrs. Ab Hughes seriously burned her right foot iiy spill ing hot grease on Hundaj morning, A physician d esse<¡ it at one ' and sin* is getting alonj. nic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

niiMMnnmntmnMMnm IMII MrtesN cnmi Ldfler rl\1 7 ' T r Burleson County Publishing Co. W. IV. RANKIN, Hauler. «tared at the postofn * * GaldvaU. Texas, m Koané-daM mail matter Advertising Rataa )ne Insertion 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each naertion Subscription Per Year Si.50 Three months 80c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) If isn't often that anyone gets ahead of a newspaper man. A burglar tried it the other night. He broke into an edi'or's house by mist ke. The latter was awake and he watched the burglar search through various pockets and draw- ers but of course found nothing. Just as he was about to depart the editor drawled out. "Say partner, won't you lend me a dollar?'' The burglar was surprised, but appreci- ated the joke, tossed the eciiior a dollar and took his departure. The management of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy has decided to utilize the right of way al« ng side the tracts for the production of a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

é ¿j /, < v # •r W Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hour* 0-8 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Notice of Election. Methodist S. S. Notes. By F. H. Hitchcock, Supt. With the public school opening this week some of our pupils who At a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Cald- well, held on the 3rd day of Sep- tember A. D. 1914, Alderman T Kraitcher offered the following , . ... , . * . have been out during vacation, resolution ordering an election ; for improving the Streets 0f!wil1 return aiid we are expecting said City of Caldwell, by paving an attendance of 200 or more aud grading same, and which was next Sunday, Children, speak J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in ¿ton* & Hichcook Drug Store Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. nigh', phone *81 Caldwell, Tern DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. duly seconded by Alderman W. E Simpson a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

i OUR RURAL STAFF Voleny Views. We have been having some of the hottest weather of the seas on to my notion; guess its be- cause its cotton picking time. W. C. Ivcy visited at Lone Oak Sunday. Mrs M. A. Green and daugh- ter of Lone Oak visited her* Sunday. Jake Masaey and wife of Prov idenee s]>ent Sunday here with relatives. Roger Groce and family si>cnt Saturday and Sunday in Souaer viile. Mesdames Groce and Flariagar spent Saturday night at Lone Oak. Dewitt Calvin and family o Providence spent Sunday her with relatives Grover Nix, who has been do ing some bridge work near Lv ons returned home Sunday. Mrs. Kittie Nix of Lyons vis ited here Saturday and Sunday Thad Holmes and children o Lone Oak spent Saturday am Sunday here with relatives. Earl Thomas of Cooke Poin' spent a few day here with rela tivts. Plow Boy. I Want Fat Hogs. I will pay t) cents for smal hogs and 6 1*2 cents for big hogs Otto Wendorf, Caldwell. 30-tt Sebesta Sayings. The gin at this place is run ning on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

List of Lands and Lots Delinquent on March 31,1914. For Tuces o! 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. 363. original grantee N. McEwing, acros acts* ss-.'d 85. delinquent 85; total taxes $6.47. Bouldin, Dock Jr., part block 2, Alg. A Sr , 12.92 Bouldin. Geo.. West Caldwell, house and lot; $8.42. Chrisman, Win., abstract 102, cert. 18, original grantee, H. Hykler. acres assessed 36. delinquent 35; $5 l &. Cunningham. Matilda, abstract 256, C. B. Wilkinson original grantee, acres assessed 15. delinquent 15; $1. Cunningham, Sanford. Caldwell, house and lot; $4 90. Duckworth, llr*. W. A., abstract -Ml, A. Underwood original grantee, acres assessed 3, delinquent 3;*$1. Daniels, John, Caldwell, lot 2, block 3; $2.43. Frain. .Mrs L. O., Caldwell, lot 4. W. of M.; $6. 4 Haddox, K. W„ W Caldwell, lots 13, 14, 15, block 34; $5.05....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 September 1914

' V X vV J c rS\ sS 5 sS sS sS 4S 6 S& *S s& S& *& 4S) S& S& St St St St St >& s& a& *& 3& *& —— _____— 11 How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? MITCHELL UEWISCQ. ñAQllf wis. WE HAVE IN STOCK NOW— One Ca.r Mitchell &nd Hickory Wa.gorvs Old FULL UNE HARDWARE One Cao* Moorv Bros. a.nd Banner Buggies FXJLL LINE GROCERIES We want Your Trade Drop in to See Us. ^J|oniM^enfeinl^ento We will Treat You Right Local and Personal. Jesse Garrett was in Soiner ▼lile Monday on legal business. Mrs. Prank Henslee of Somer- ville visited relatives here Friday and Saturday. Dick Perdue and wife return- ed Monday from visiting rela- tives in Somerville. Mrs. Joe Barnett and children came up from Lyons and visited relatives Friday and Saturday. Mrs. A. W. Sales is spending ten days with her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Richardson in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Mrs. John D. Freeman re-...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

Burleson County Ledger . •lira Batabllshad IS84 Con«oilei§Uid Chronlel* IBOO Mi lay 160 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L ᮫ r ■•«•bllshsd ISOI Con iolldat«d P*b. ¡Oil Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, September as, 1914 Number 33 WAR IN EUROPE I A I Is something you and I are not responsible for, but it is our fault if we haven't a bank ac- count to tide us over these "Hard Times." Don't worry about the past, the opposing armies will take care of themselves. Let's get busy and attend to business, the chances are that in the course of a hundred years or so we will have ^prgotten all about this. This T nk is doing a banking business at the same old stand and we are just as anxious for your business as ever. The First State BanK caldwell, texas Guaranty pune Bank W. W. K,A.2SJ"K:i]Sr ATTORN RY*AT*liA W A3VI NOT A U V Pt'BI.IC Office it Ledger Bulldioi Caldwell, Texas School Shoes 1 Don't neglect the little feet which skip lightly to school in sunshine, or truuge through rain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

if I I Duck Season Hufh Hill Dies Opens October 15. After Short Illness Duck hunters have little more, Rugh Hm djed at ,)Í8 ,)0me hew than a month and half to wait gunday evening at 0:45 o'clock at before they can indulge in their jtheageof 40 years, 4 months and j ftl favorite pastime. The open aeason q days and the remains were Jj for ducks begins Oct, 15 The fed- ja|(j to ,.esi Monday afternoon at eral law governing migratory j ^ 0 ejook in Masonic cemetery, QZj birds, as relates to ducks, hating funeral being conducted at jj*j been changed so as to havethe | the fami|y reiiidence by Kev. M.| season in which they can be killed , q, 3^0 p. start fifteen days earlier than ,p|ie jjUr|a| took place under heretofore, This uill l>e good t-jie aU«pic*es of tlie Iv >f P. news to those who have a pench- A cpowd attended thefun ant for duck hunting. I eral and burial. Deceased was an honored member of the K- of P. lodge at this place, was day fore- man at the Caldwell Cotton seed oil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

c¡ 4>A J 1 At her handsome new home on Fox St. Mis Eunice Morgan entertained with a sewing party, Thursday afternoon, having as her guests only the girls of her inunedediate neighborhood, and Misses Jessie and Lucilo Harvey. Mrs. J. g. Rankin of Brenham is Dend Monday morning W. W. Ran kin received a phone message Etch girl was requested tocóme, saying thnt his mother, Mrs. J immediately after dinner, and IG. Kankin of Brenham had been bring her needle and thimble. Kid curlers and the apron were very much in evidence. And the informality of the oc casion only added to t he pleasure of the afternoon. All unmindful of the secret that was to be div ulged, quite a merry time was spent in sewing and recalling pleasant recollections of by gone day*. After being served twice t< delkious cream and cake, cards and pencils were passed with the request that each one write one of Mother Goose's melodies. After the reading of the cards. Miss Maud Malone's was tin animously declared to be t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

•viese CMM| idler By Th« Burleson County Publithiiif Co. W. W. RANKIN. Mmttr. «■tarod At the poitof** <M Caldwell. Texat, m lecmt-cliM mall nttar. Advertising R«t s >ne insertion 20° P*r All advertido* run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 centa per line each naertion tmbaenption Per Yaar : $1-50 Three months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Many people are willing to go on picnics to enjoy the beauties of na- ture if they can spend all tlietime playing bridge. The b<>ys will always bring a pail of water for the ball team, but don't humiliate the youngsters by asking them to luu one f r Mother in the kitchen. It is suspected that some of the advances in f od prices are not due so much to the war as to the desire of dealers to acquire a 1915 automqbile. The smart newspaper fellows that ufed to write those snappy para- graphs about Uncle Reuben's whis- kers are now glad to earn $12 a week editing olumnsof farm hints. Some one has advanced the opinion that ...

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