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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

. s * V - --4T Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-6 Located Up-stairs Opera Home Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeyed PHYSICIAN Office in 3tone & Hi'oheock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly Jay or night. ^>ay phon** 32. nigh', phone Caldwell, Tetas DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office. Phone No. 44. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERNS: 918.00 per week 93.00 per day Telephone 160 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. When You fo to Narlin, Texas Takr Your Baths at The NARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bule, M. D. Proprietore. N. Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER will be In Caldwell every Sat- urday at Seibert fc Thueber'a Saloon and pey top prices for your hide. Frita Niman buys for me at Dsonvllle. * J.H.MASSEY BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT Horsesh...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

i> / OUR RURAL- STAFF. MSWWW WWIW^^ Brymer Chats. Cooks Point. Mr EJitor, the reason I didn't send in a report last week, 1 was sick in my store house. My liv- er got torpid, anil then my stom- ach got morbid, then my whole machinery got out of running order consequently I have been holding the bed down, but thank goodness, I took a bottle of liver tone and it sure enough toned up my liver, stomach and heart, so that my machinery is now running just like it was new, and well lubricated. We are still having nice weath- er to pick cotton, most of it is picked, about all that many ha>- to pick now is, the dogtail crop. Most everybody in these parts is anxious for the war in Europ* to close, because it keeps the price of cotton down, meat anil bread up. The tact of the busi ness is, I think the people will have to live like the old folk." did about a hundred years ago they then had biscuits and coffee on Sunday mornings, and the balance of the week they eat corn bread and & ve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

wM ■ ' * ¡r* Notice gf Election. Would Stop Spinner's Cotton. At a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Cald- well, held on the 3rd day (if Sep- „ „ , , , , , „ te ruber A. D. 1B14, AWennau T ) "ur editorialln today ., New Kraitcher offered the following r 1 o r Theodore Prices reaolution orderin« an election '«ntaonthehwnable valneof for improving the Street of cotton ,M verv ™'nmendabie and improving «aid City of Caldwell, by paving aud grading sauie, and which was duly seconded by Alderman W. E. Simpson and which ujmui he- ing put to a vote of the City Coun- cil Alderman T K mite her, W. E. Simpson, J. F. Cobb, H. Al- ford and E. E Carrington, here voted for said order or reaolu- tion, there being no votes amainat said resolution, and which reso- lution or order was duly carried, and is as followers, to wit: Whereas, tlx* City Council of the City of Caldwell, deems it ad- visable to issue bonds of said Citv of Caldwell, for the pur|>oBe here in after men'ioned. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 September 1914

•;JF <*' ■ Rí$R i ^ . < . MMMM % How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? M&m | I II HTCHELLUtWISCO RACI 1 ^ .. " I WE, HAVE IN STOCK NOW— s* St St St St tniiff One Ca.r Mitchell .nd Hickory Wa.gorvs Old FULL LINE HARDWARE Orve Cevr Moorv Bros* and Banner Bviggies FULL LINE GROCERIES We want Your Trade Drop In to See Us. We will Treat Yon Right S& V SBf Local and Personal. Jesse Garrett was in Austin the first of the week on legal business in the Federal court. Mrs. Gus Lehde returned the first of the week from visiting relatives in Gay Hill. Joe Jenkins left Sunday for the A. & M. College where he wiU attend school this year. H. A. Corbin and wife of Som- erville spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Polansky. For Sale—A good second hand automobile in first-class condi- tion. A bargain. Apply at this office. T. B. Ragsdale of Teague visit- ed friends and relatives a few days this week. Dick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 October 1914

*> Sr Shi Burleson County Ledger . «W Bslabllahad ISB4 Conaoildalsd CHronlcl* IS90 May 109 7 ANO NEWS-CHRONICLE L*dg«r Batablishad IS91 Conaolldai*d Fab. IOIJ Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October^ u>u Number 34 Dollars Have Wlnis \ It has been aptly said that "Dollars have wings." It must bo true. They get away so easily that it's hard to keep them with us long. The very best cage for the flighty dollars is a good reliable bank like ours, when they may be safely housed and are subject to release only on your personal check. It's the safe, modern, successful way. If you have not already adopt- ed this plan, we invite you to opon an account with us. no matter how small. The First State Banl^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Func Bank Old Citizen Passes Away. ^ After an illness of about ten i days at his home one mile from (Ohiermsn, Carl Geick died at ll ¡o'clock Saturday morning. De- ceased was born in Mecklenburg | Germany, Dec. 17, 1*27. He em- igrated to Ame...

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

Miss Mutt i ? Tisdale of Austin is visitiupt Miss Jessie \Notuaek Entertained. Born: to Joe Manas and wife Wednesday nitfht, a fine boy. Mrs. Josie Walton of Bartlett is spending the week here with friends. Emil Schiller of Sealy was the guest of John Hale of this city Sunday. MissEula Sale leaves Satur- day for Thrall where she will teach school this year. Miss Jessie Womock returned the tirst of the week from visit- ing friends in Bren ham. Miss Laurinda ¡ndol re- turned Tuesday from visiting in Brenham and Burton. Joe Ripple and Burns Gilley left Tuesday night for Tyler to attend the business college there. Mrs. Rose Slova^ek ami daugh- ter, Miss Louise, wpnt to < Hiñ- eron Wednesday to visit re la. ive*. J. R. Heslep went to Bryan Tuesday to attend court, he is be- ing retained to defend in a mur- der case. P. D. Oliver who is traveling on the road with headquarters in Temple visited homefolks the first of the week. Miss Delia Carroll returned to Dallas the first of the week ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 October 1914

r. ' ' _ There's No Sense In Taking Calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone will tlx your ^ver Ha'e*V an(l won't "Jtnock you out*' a day. A man feels very little like working and a child don't want to #<> to school when bilious or constituted. If you try calomel to cure you tlu* chances are that you will be so weakened by its aftereffects * that you will be laid up for t wo or three days more. So we sa\ "Don't take Calomel!" You cai get a perfect remedy to take tin place of Calomel at Stom* & Hitch cock's that is guaranteed to re lleve constipation and liven u| the livt r just as quickly as calo- mel, but without any of the ba' After-effects of calomel. Tin name of this medicine is DodsonV Liver Tone. It is a pleasant tast ing vegetable tonic that mildl.x stimulates the liver anil causes h to 'vork just right without an.\ danger of salivation If it doesn' fully satisfy you, you may liavi your money back from the stor - where you bought Dodson's. *r JL 1 J Washington, Sept. 30 Seen ta...

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

fit* I, i 1 i I I mm inricMM c mi% LNfcr B> Th Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Maaager. ^tand «I the posto*1"* ** Caldwell, Texas m Nccmi-cltM mall matter Advertising Rates ">ne Insertion 20c P®r All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion •abscnption Per Year -m Si-50 Three m mths 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) THE TEN COMMANDMENT IN BflSINESS. Thou shalt not wait for something to turn up, but thou shalt pull off thy coat and work, that thou ma\ est grow and prosper in thine affairs. Thou shalt not go ab<>ut !>y bus- iness looking like a bun , for thou shouldst know that personal ap- parences is better than a Utter <>f recommendation Thou shalt not be discouraged in misfor'une, for he i* a great man who accepts the lemons passed to him and uses them to start a lem- onade stand. Thou slialt not wait to be told what to do, nor in what manner thou shalt do it. Thus may thy davs be 1 ng in the w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 October 1914

V % 4 % V A t \ V Dr. 6. F. £ckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-0 "lioeated Up-eU^rf Opere House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in dtoiie & tfichcock Drug tftore. Calis answsr- promptlv day / nii?ht. Day phone 32. nigh phone * HI Caldwell, Texis DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr.^A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office. Phone No. 44. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERMS: $18.00 per week $3.00 per day Telephone 160 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. *r .** ■ a r When You go to Marlin, Texas Take Your ftaths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and exjierienced H^mdants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. ever It Thi J.H.MASSEY BLACKSMITH ANlj/ WHEELWRIGHT Horseshoeing end Repairing A Specislty. Near Depot, ColdwsU, Tsxss Methodist S. S. Notes. B.v P. H. Hitchcock, Supt. Our attendance dropped to 17H, b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 October 1914

\.JN„ í ■■ 1 ■ mm •mm mm = OUR RURAL, STAFF Voleny Views. We are having some fine cotton picking weather now and th< farmers of this section are mosi through except the top crop thai will not be open for some tinn yet. Seth Groce and family spent a day or so near Lyons last week Mrs. Henry Thomas who h u been quite sick, is convalescrn' now Alex Flanagan of Lone OaV visited relatives here Saturday. Quite a crowd from Tuni> passed through here Saturday enrout to Berry's Creek hunting and fishing. We judge from th« time they are staying they ar> having good luck. Mrs. J. C. Thomas of Somer ville is visiting relatives here. Roger Groce was in Somervillt on business Monday. J. C. Flanagan and wife spent Sunday at Lone Oak. Dewitt Calvin, wife and child ren of Providence spent Satur day and Sunday here. Plow Boy. Trespass Notice—The public is hereby notified that we have a lease on all the Windel lands ir Burleson county, and that fish ing, hunting or trespassing in any manner, ...

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

tss ■5=5 ¡ Notice of Election. At a regular meeting of the •City Council of the City of Cald- well, held on the 3rd d .v of Sep- tember A. D. 1914, Alderman T Kraitcher offered the following regqjution ordering an election for improving the Streets of «aid City of Caldwell, by paving and grading same, and which was ■duly seconded by Alderman W. E. Simpson and which upon be- ing put to a vote of the City Coun- cil Alderman T Kraitcher, W. E. Simpson, J. F. Cobb, H. Al- ford and E. E Carrington, here voted for saU), order or resolu- tion, there being no votes against said resolution, and which reso- lution or order was duly carried, and is as followers, to-wit:- Whereas, the City Council of the City of Caldwell, deems it ad- visable to issue bonds of said City of Caldwell, for the purpose here in-after mentioned. Therefore it is hereby order- ed by the City Council of said City of Caldwell, that an election b held on the second Tuesday in October A. D- 1914 same be- ing the 13th, day ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 October 1914

í: How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? .HTCHELLULWiSCO. RACINE1 W!F. / SB 4K V *411 WE, HAVE IN STOCK NOW— One Ca.r Mitchell «^nd Hickory Wa.gorvs Old FULL LINE HARDWARE Drop In to See Us. Orve Ca.r Moorv Bros, a^nd Banner Buggies FULL LINE GROCERIES We want Your Trade |SniCi^eiifen^ente> We will Treat You Right St St St St St Si sS St St St St St St St St St Local and Personal. Born: to S. S. Price and wife of Chriesman, Saturday, a daugh ter You can call and begin paying your taxes on and after October 1st. Miss Lidie G ra bow left Friday for Austin to attend the State University. Sinks McLarty left Friday for Southwestern University at¡ Georgetown. FOR SALE-My/ve room bun- galow residency in West Cald- well. W. W. Montague. 38-31 Elmer Woolridge left Thurs- day for Austin where he entered the State University. Commissioner's court was in session a short while Monday to approve the tax rolls. Will H...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

■Hm v - * >n C tor wa B«t«bllah*d 1884 Conaoildat*d onlel* * ' IBOO may 1807 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE r i & wmsmt It / Ladg^r Balabllahad I8®7 Conaolldatsd '• *>. I8tt Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October 9, 1914 tt Nutfiber 35 , ^ #1 r' * t Dollars Have Winis It has been aptly said that Dollars imve wings." It must be true. They get away y o easily that it's hard to keep them with us long. The very best cage for the flighty dollars is a good reliable bank like ours, when they may be safely housed and are subject to release only on your |>ersonal cheek. It's the safe, modern, successful way. If you have not already adopt- ed this plan, we invite you to open an account with us, 110 matter how small. The First State Banl^ CMLDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fuhr Bank Farmers Union w. w. iRA.isrK.iisr ArrORNKY-AT-UW ANT) NO'lA H Y FVBLIC Office la Ledger Building Caldwell, Texas School Shoes I Don't neglect the little feet which skip lightly to school in sunshine, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

Local and Personal. ' Self Culture Club. Born: to Ed Windel and wife Monday morning, a fine boy. The Self Culture Club resum* ed regular work Thursday Oct. 1, meeting with Mrs I.E. Brooks. ¡ There was a full attendance, | only two of the members being ■ absent. Capt. C. W. F. Windel is ^ A pleasant begining of the club spending some time in Marlin j year was the presentation of a Judge E. B. Muse of Dallas was here on buisness Wednes- day. for his health. R. E. Wallace of Somerville has accepted a position in the Post Office as clerk. Jesse Garrett and J. R. Heslep went up to Chriesman Tuesday and tried a railroad case in the Justice's court. O. E Karnes and wife and Sam Little were Plum visitors here Saturday and Sunday at the home of F. J Wotipka. Dr. A H. Foster and family returned Monday afternoon af ter spending the summer in the mountains of Colorado. O. J. Hazel wood has taken charge of the Central Hotel neai the depot and solicits your cu> torn. Rates $1.(X) iter clay. Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

™ 71 > .." o- • jTfS- < V VN Notice of Election. At a regular meeting of the City Council of the C'ity of Cald- well, held on the 3rd day of Sep- tember A. P. 1914, Alderman T kraitoher offered the following resolution ordering an election for improving the Streets of «aid City of Caldwell, by paving and grading same, and which was j duly seconded by Alderman W. E. Simpson and which ui on be- ing put to a vote of the City Coun- cil Aldermnn T Kraitcheiv W. E. 8impson, J. P. Cobb, H. AI ford and E. E Carrington, here voted for said order or resolu- tion, there being no votes against said resolution, and which reso- lution or order was duly carried, and is us followers, to-wit:- Whereas, the City Council of the City f Caldwell, deems it ad visable to issue bonds of said City of Caldwell, for the porpos here in after mentioned. Therefore it is hereby order- ed by the City Council of ->ai« City of Caldwell, that ¡111 election b held 011 the second Tuesday in October A. I> 19...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

T If f: { I ft ! i mticsm cmmg Ldgcr By Th. Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manager. «tared at ttoe poeiof*4— %¡ Caldwell. Texai, U leconé-clkM mill matter Advertising R t®« >ne Insertion ^ ,,er 'Dc^ All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion •«bacnption Per Year Sl.S'J Thre * months 80c, Six months T5c (Invariably in Advance.) USELESS EXTRAVANCE A patched shoe, a course jacket, a cheap garment that you can af- ford are admirable. Cotlv cloth- ing for which you are in deb' t<> the merchant, the dress maker and the tailor is a badge of sham in charac- ter. The boy or man, girl or wo- man, who lives beyond his or !ier income, and is always dragging a chain of depr, is pitiably weak. For- tunately these are days wl^n, by the exercise of go«>d judgement and economy, pe< p¡e may dress well at comparatively ^mall expense child- ren should acquire a habit of caring for their clothes, of folding them neatly when they t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

mw —w H?" Vfil # ¥ Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-5 Located Up-stairs Opera Honae Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS ftm J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi'chcock Drug Store Calls answ«r- promptlv day or night. Day phone 32. nigh*, phone "HI Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. * Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster & Savage DENTISTS Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office. Phone No. 44. Mrs. Alice Shannon Sick Nurse TERMS: $18.00 per week 93.00 per day Telephone 160 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. Mrs. Virginia Williams. Mrs. Virginia Williams, wi<l< w of the lato Capt. G. J. Williams, died at her home here Saturday afternoon about 6 o'clock in the P7th year of her age, and the re- mains were tenderly laid to rest in Masonic cemetery Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock," the funer- al being conducted by Rev. J. M. Lew is of the Presby te r ian ch u rch. The grave wa^ banked with the c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

i l mm OUR RURAL- STAFF Chrieaman. Rev. J. D. Potts, fillod the pulpit of the Cumberland church as announced last Sunday, and hah continued this week two ser- vices a day, and will likely con- tinue for several days yet. Hon. L. C. Hill Industrial Agent of the G. C. & S. F. R. R and Mr. P. H. Burnett a large truck grower of Milanoi ad- dressed the farmers of this place Sept. 80 on the truck growers industry. Quite a good sized crowd of representative farmers were out to hear them A committee of three, Henry Speckman, W D. Boyd and J. A. Love, was appointed to inter- view the growers and find out ii they wished to again take up tin growing of truck for the market Saturday October 17th. has beer announced for the first meeting Every one interested is earnestly requested to attend this meeting M. M Eanes, Miss Tilii* Eanes and Miss Winnie Philp, of Cameron visited relatives an< friends here for several uays Harm on' Boedeker. Robert Love and Miss Lottie Boedeker have gone to Run...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

R I m mam Solí; TO THE PUBLIC A few words in explanation of the coming bond election. Lant December when the street* became almoHt impassable the city authorities discovered that a special tax of 15c on the $100 could be levied for street improvement purposes. The matter was left to a vote of the people and by a vote of 8 to 1 the council was in structed to levy this tax which they did and which will be collect ed between now and February 1st. next. This 15c will bring in about $1700 per year and after we had the streets surveyed and an estimate of the cost made we found that at $1700 per year it would take about " years to complete the work of graveling and fixing Buck street from Cobb's corner to the 8anta Pe Ry. We then concluded that it would be better to issue bonds and get all the money necessary and do the work all at one time and pay it back yearly with the $ 1700. Hence the coming bond election. Now to set severalstraight. I am authorized by Judge Alexan der and C. H. Willi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 October 1914

_í. f'i • ill ©5 fife 4S *) 55 4S 4S 2& sS 56 sS S& sS *& sS sS s& How AJwut a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Bunabout? t How About a Banner Runabout? MITCHELL^ LEWIS CO. BACIlif'WIS. WE, HAVE, IN STOCK NOW— One Car Mitchell and Old # Hickory Wagorvs Orve Car Moorv Bros, arid Banner Bviggies FULL LINE GROCERIES FULL LiINE HARDWARE sS sS 4© We want Your Trade Drop In to See Us. We will Treat You Right s* s* s* 5* S* St S* ¡3* ■ (5* S* & St Is" St St St St Si SB! St St <% Local and Personal Born: to Morris Burns and wife Thursday, a boy. Mr W. H, Cono .v of Marlin is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. H. A- Stead man and baby- visited the family of W. N. Heslep last week. ! E. P. Muller returned Friday night from a several days visit to Dallas. Mrs. W. C. Alien renurned to Hearne Monday after visiting the family of C. B* Oliver. Misses Julia Simek and Olga Dukatnik visited in Temple and Rogers last week. Por Rent—Two or three ...

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