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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

i ■' ¥ . «w* ••Ubll«h«d II C hronlol* II Conaoild«t d May 180 7 . ' % . ■ "" ' ; ' i '-i j; County AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ■•dg«r Batabllahad 1097 Oon«olldflit*cl F*b, (Oil oiumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October 16, 1914 Number 36 •I * Dollars Have Wlnis It has been aptly said that "Dollars have wings." It must be 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. IVs the safe, modern, successful way. If you have not already adopt- ed this plan, we invite you to open an account with us, no matter how small. The pirfV- State BanK CmlDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Func Bank «• *S<#« th**-* W. W. ATTOHNKV-AT-I.AW ANI) Mi'l AhV PfHI.IC office in Lediter Building Caldwell, Texas ► /* 4 BEHOLD COHON HAS MANY FRIENDS! 1 am doubly delighted to see so many big. little, old and young jteople com ? o...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

Local and Personal Luncheon for The cotton croplla* practk*lly MiSS HlfTtJ- all been gathered in this county —— from the lower end oí the Braz-; One of the most charming af- os bottom u> the western part of fairs of the season was the five- the county | course Luncheon given by the M. M. club last Saturday at the That was a fine norther that hóme of Mrs. Wade Taylor, in blew up Monday night, much honor of Miss Jessie Harvey, to the gratification of every body the weather has been good and cool ever since. Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Rev. J.M. L* wis to Miss Verda Mae Perry in the First Presbyterian church of Navasota on Thursday Oct. 29, 1914. Wanted: men to accept free Government homesteads in six states. Just returned from per- sonal inspection. Capital no ob- bride elect. The hall and parlor were tastily decorated in i>ot , plants, lovely red geraniums, ! hibiscus and ferns. At 12:30 the portieres were drawn and the guests invited into the dining- room, w...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

~á*é * M * ! • • "*■ ib Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Ofttas Hour* M ^onted Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Refused. Beer To Pay Half The War Tax. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tntie & Hichcock Drug Store. Calls answwr- promptlv Jay or ni^ht. Day phone 82. nigh, phone *81 Caldwell, Texas I "Refused Notice." Every edi- tor ha. received them. Thej gt Mo ^ l6 _The Postmaster sends them to the w>r ^ uf approJ[imate,y m editor. Por instmce, there isa on the annnal outpotoi ! man by the name of John Bland. ^ |a vreeub|e the brewers who refused u> take his |m|*r of this city, although this indut- from the PostolHee-He did not* a|ready ^ a year|y .nter. j want it any longer and we wond-1 na, revenue tax o( $,a5,0()ü.UOO. ,ered. Upon investigation of our ¡ T|;e g ,|mp Ux on negottsbie subscription book we found that stlument< 8to..k ,nd Juhn was behind l.55. He atop-, deeds w|u of |„ning, pullmttn ped the paper as a matter of, ar #nd ateamahip tlcketg and STOM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

OUR RURAL STAFF. ftp* Cooks Point. Mr. Editor, 1 don't hear, seo Birch Bulletin. We are having some showers nor think of much to write at #( t|)js wrltill(f whk.h th«nk this time By the way ain't our >fu,|y reLvjwdi as uv are ln thinkers strangethintt* anyway: ()f u for fal| (,ul.,lens They run all day and a (food deal; A ,#n|(, (.roW(, atu.mk„| th, of «he nitrht. and they are awful, wrvlcei at the Evan«li t church hard to control, they some times ¡ S|lm, „ m c0n(lucted by Rev. act like b roe hoes, they just jump and pitch much. I some times think things I I don't want to think.and some times I just have thoughts 1 don't want to have, neither and avoid them; who is responsibl' for the thoughts that a ]>ers< r has that they can't avoid?. And another strange thing i*. where do our thoughts origin at* , some think they originate ii their brain; I hear men sa\ that a man lias a good brain if In is an inteligent man, and if he i> not smart, they say he is lackin: in the upper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

u ' The Love Oí Children IAUSI THE íü!Lv WM P(,TS ppiiit.K IIIINA v uiiia . u. > * % W 4 11 A distinguished Massachus- etts jurist in granting a divorce to a husband, gave the small chlM to the erring wife. The un- % usual decision was explained in there words. "A mother,s love survives the deepest degradation of which the female creature is capable, and it is capable of a lower state than a man's nature. When a woman comes into my court claiming the custoday < f her child I always grant it. She may be a bad woman and yet a g< od mother, at least the best if not the only mother a child can have. In this way I have at times saved both mother and child For the s;tk ' of the rhild th«* mother will hi' virtuous. It is not a rare event for a father and son to be engaged knowingly to each other in crime; it i* never the cast* with mother and child." This may not universally bi- ll * hm i f th«j land, but it is the inflexible law of nature. Children bring out the best that there i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

I j I Ept I ' MricsM cnmi Ldfcr By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. N. «I. RANKIN. Nnnnler. 4ltcnd At the poitofW'- *t Caldwell. TexMi m lecoBi-cliH mall matter Advertising Rates *>n« Insertion ¡¿Oc |-er inch Ail advertUing run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cent per line each nsertion fmbscnption Her Year •_ Í1-50 Three months 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) OUR TOWN. Ours is a city that en joys many natural aud acquired resources—a city that needs but the skillful manipulation of a man to make them yield bountifully <>f their rich treasure—a substantial c tv wh« se foundations are laid upon a soil that cannot be surpased for pro- duct iven-ss—a city supplied with the very best and purest of water- a city whose educational advan- tages aave reached a standard, through the skillful direc«ion of competent officials, secund t that of no other place of its size any- where—a city where harmony among the communicants of the dif- ferent churches are in peif...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

r ñ CONTINUES, Sale Every Day. Don't fail to come. Others have rome and went away laughing with their arms full of bundle*. Oh! how happy are all who visit— THE BLACK FRONT STORE $3.48 will buy any pair of WALK-OVER shoes in tho BLACK FRONT STORE that is markod $8.00, $4.80 or $4.00. Why? bocauao formara ara holding cotton (or higher pricee while I muat have caeh to pay (or Shoee and Cotton gooda that were contracted for bat June end July. Thie ia an opportunity that will not laat long. So you had better come at once and get a fit in a fair of the world's graeteet ahoee (or men. $ SKIRTS made of all the fineet fabriques of the world'o greet markote aplendidly deeigned and made to aell at from $18.00 down to $3.80. This lot of Skirte were bought at e staggering diacount and are being eold at prices that will probably not be dupliceted by any Store. If you look at the SKIRTS, Madam and don't aey they are the purest geme of Bergainology why then FAGAN will apologize. COATS for ladies m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 October 1914

■ If 3$ -3S 4S S& s& aS 4© s$ S& S sS S& sS sS flS 4S How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? WE. HAVE. IN STOCK NOW— One Ca.r Mitchell '^nd Old Hickory Wagorvs One Catr Moorv Bros, and Banner Buggies FI L . LINE HARDWARE — FULL LINE GROCERIES We want Your Trade Local and Personal Jesse Garrett made a business trip to Austin Friday. Mesdames Anna Hen fro and T. R. Broaddus were visitors to Temple Saturday. Carpenters are nearing com- pletion on the beautiful new res* idence of L. W. Henslee. R. S. Bowers returned Mon- day morning from a business trip to San Angelo. Walter Werner came up from Bellvitle on a business trip Mon- day. Earnest Knox of Dimebox visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. A. G. Gray shipped a car of beef steers to the market at Port Worth Monday. Mrs. Wn. Walton returned to Bartlett Monday after visiting her sister, Mrs. E. A. Addison- Jim Brown and wife returned to Bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

r" < . wa BaUbllsHad I ChronloU • r I 4 Consotldatad o /n v ieo7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L dg*r Balabllahad I Conaolldaiad fab. Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October 23, 1914 Number 37 DEAD OR ALIVE Are you worth more dead than alive? We hope not. Compare yoimbank book and your |nce poliuj^^Hpr tied up in your kent part of your jur bank book and You don't have to you on your bank havn't an account at our bank we to have you open one. It's the ed and a friend indeed. The first State BanK Caldwell, texas Guaranty Func' Bank ec * [OLD C01T0N HAS MANY FRIENDS! I am doubly delighted to see so many big. little, old and young }>eople come out and 'bare their breast" to the battle to save or help cotton. The "Buy a Bale" plan caught it in its downward move- ment when it had reached about ft 1 4c and pushed it back up to about H l -2c. Other plans, schemes and devices have help- ed the price a little. The present crisis has develo|>ed many ould be friends of cotto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

V. ■«lyej® Local toé Personal. Carey Newcomb of Dallas is here visiting relatives. J. K. Butler of Bryan was here on business Thursday. Mayor J. A. Gray made a business trip to Temple Monday. Mrs. T. G. Eisenlohr returned to Austin Tuesday after a visit to relatives here. Car fresh apples on side track at depot, all the fall. Come and buy them. J J. Haddox. Nestor Clay of Temple was here Tuesday in the interest of the Temple Telegram. Mrs. P. H. Taylor returned to LampassasjTuesday^rouyási^ ting)her son, Wade H. Taylor. Dr. R. H. Lenert will be in Caldwell Nov. 1st, 15th and 22nd Dr. Thos. F. Hudson Jr., o« Houston attendedl the ^funeral and «'burial'"of ¿ Mrs. Sue D. Hudson. Lon and Harb Hudson of Rack dale came down and attended the funeral and burial of Mrs Sue Hudson. Mrs. H. E. Urbantke and som of Lexington are spending th< week with the family of J. C Kleb. Miss Lydia Urbantke of Rock- dale spent the first of the weel with Misses Nora and Carrri« Kleb. The Little River Bapt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

r % • :v The Lou Of Children A distinguished Massachus- etts jurist in granting a divorce to a husband, gave the small child to the erring wife. The un- usual decision was explained in there words. "A mother,s love survives the deepest degradation of which the female creature is capable, and it is capable of a lower state than a man's nature. When a woman comes into my court claiming the custoday of her child I always grant it. She may be a bad woman and yet a good mother, at least the best if not the only mother a child can have. In this way 1 have at times saved both mother and child For the sake of the child tin* mother will be virtuous. It is not a rare event for a father and sonto be engaged knowingly to each other in crime; it is never the case with mother and child.' This may not universally be the law of tiie land, but it is the inflexible law of nature. Children bring out the best that there is in us, partictlarl.v in the mother. Fresh from tin- hands of their Creator, pure...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

; " • ' '"A-J m $PP HhesM CMM9 Lc4icr By Th« Burleson County Publinhing Co. N. N. RANKIN, Nanater. 'irtfiid at the poiiofv ' V Cildvdl. Texa « m ieco é-cl M mail matter Advertising Rate ■)oe Insertion 20e !'•' Id*-'*1 All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each naertion Vibacnption Per Year $1.50 Three months 50c, Six months ?5c (Invariably in Advance.) OUR TOWN. Ours is a city that enjoys many natural and acquired resources—a city that ueeds but the skillful manipulation of a man to make them yield bountifully of their rich treasure—a substantial city whose foundations are laid upon a soil that cannot be surpased for pro- ductiven-ss—a city supplied with the very best and par< st of water- a city whose educational advan- tages nave retened a standard, through the skillful direciion of competent officials, secuud t > that of no other place of its size any- where—a city where harmony among the communicants of the dif- ferent churches are in pe...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

1 ^-X *■ Or. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Offtot Hours 9-6 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Refused. Beer To Pay Half The War Tax. J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office in 3tone A Hi'cheock Drug Store. Calls answer- proiuptlv day or night. Day phone 82. nigh phone *81 Caldwell, Texas Smm %W/ DR. T. L. GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101 3r. „ CALDWELL, TEXAS. "Refused Notice." Every edi-! tor ha. received them, The g( Mo ^ _The Postmaster «ends them to the wur Ux ((f approlimateb. i60| editor. Por inattnee. there i. a ooq.oOO on the annual output of man by the name of John Bland, l)Wr ,, to the brewers «■ho refused to take his l>a|*r of t||{a city a|thoU|{h thu in(ltst. , from the PoatoWce. He did not j t) a|lwdy ^ a year|y inte,.. | want it any longer and we wond-1 na| revenue tax of tl65,000.000. jered. Upon investigation ofonr;Tfce „ tax on negutiable ¡subscription book we found that!gtlumenN| at0i.k and b...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

KB ' '' «! l mnmm OUR RURAL STAFF mm/MM•« MNWft MAMMWMñWMMMñW Cooks Point. Mr. E ti i tor, I don't hear, see nor think of much to write at this time By the way ain't our thinkers strange things any way t They run all day and % good deal of the night, and they are awful hard to control, they some times act like brochoes, they just jump and pitch much. I some times think things 1 I don't want to think,and some times I just have thoughts I don't want to have, neither and avoid them: who is responsibl< for the thoughts that a persor has that they can't avoid?. And another strange thing is. where do our thoughts origin at«\ some think they originate ii their brain; I hear men sa> that a man has a good brain if h is an inteligent man, and if he is not smart, they say he is laekin;. in the upper story. I read tha' Jesus Christ said, they proceed ed from the heart, I believe h was right about the matter. I don't believe a man's heart is ii his head either. Of course oui thoughts pass ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

xfl ■ CONTINUES, Sale Every Day. Don't fail to come. Others have come and went away laughing with their arms full of bundles. Oh! how happy are all who visit— THE BLACK FRONT STORE $3.48 will buy sny pair of WALK-OVER Jhoes In ths BLACK FRONT STORE that is marked 96.00, $4.80 sr $4.00. Why? fcecsuse formero are holding cotton for higher pricee while 1 mast hsvs cash ta pay for Shoos and Cotton goods that wars sontractad far laat Juna and July. This is sn opportunity that will not lsat long. So you hsd bottor com* at onco and got a fit in a fair of tho world' graatast shooo for man. SKIRTS mods of all tha finaat fabriqusa of tho world's groat markata aplondidly daaignod and mado to soil st from $16.00 down to $3.80. Thia lot of Slcirta ware bought at a staggering diaoount and are being aold at prices that will probably not be duplicated by any Stare. If you look at the SKIRTS, Madam and don't aay they are the pureat gems of Bargainology why then PAGAN will apologías. COATS for ladies...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 October 1914

How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? NTCHELLUEWISCQ.1 racinTwis. ss S& 4S S& s& s& *& 4S S& 3& WE, HAVE IN STOCK NOW— One C*r Mitchell a.nd Old Hickory Waigorvs Orve Ca^r Moorv Bros, and Banner Buggies FULL LINE GROCERIES FULL LINE HARDWARE We want Your Trade Drop In to See Us. We will Treat Yon Right Local and Personal Vollie Dennis left Monday night for Rorebud on an extend- ed visit to relatives. The children of Dr. E. A Sher- rill spent Saturday In Milvid with their farther. Miss Lucy Calvin went Sun- day to Chriesman where she will teach school. Miss Katie Lee Henslee of Ly- ons visited relatives here Satur- day and Sunday. Mrs. Scott Barnett is on an extended visit to her parents in Giddings. John Clemmons and wife went to Oklahoma Satu rd ry to spend some time with relatives. Miss H. R. Holt returned to Chriesman Saturday form visit- ing the family of W. T. Clinton. Scot...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

• w« establlshsd Jgg¿ Qhronlol* IttOO + Consolidated Mmv ISO 1 CountyB AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar B«labll«h d IS9 7 Conaolldatad Fab. I®II 1 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October 30, 1914 Number 38 - v * J I 1 DEAD OR ALIVE Are you worth more dead than alive? We hope not. Compare your bank book and your life insurance policy and see. There in of course wealth tied up in your brain and brawn, they represent part of .v 4ur living capital. These, plus yjur bank book and other assets, tell the story. You don't have to die to win what's coming to you on your bank book. If you havn't an account at our bank we would be glad to haw you open one. It's the friend in need and a friend indeed. The First State BariK CmlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty punr'. Bank W. W. J&A.2sT^LT2sr ATTOHNKY.A'I'.UW AND NOTaHY l'ITRI,lt: Office in Ledger Buildint Caldwell, Texas > t fr'trr-firf >mi>mi- i BEHOLD COTTON HAS MANY FRIENDS! 1 am doubly delighted to see so many big. little, ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

. I ! i ] Local ud Personal. Ben Bell arived Monday to visit relatives here. O. S. Schatz was up from Lyons Monday between trains Miss Felicia Gunn of Temple is visiting relatives here. Mrs. H. C. Burns of Ft. Worth is visiting Miss Emma Brewer. Miss Lottie Jancik left Mon- day to visit relatives in Tem- ple. Oren Duckworth and Edgar Wilson are visiting in Port Arthur. Vollie Dennis has returned from visiting relatives in Rose, bud. There will be a dance at the Sons of Hermann hall at Dean- ville Saturday night. Mrs. H. O Boatwright return- ed to Bryan Monday from visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. George M. Johnston lef Monday to take in the fair at Dallas and visit relatives. Miss Myrtle Fraim returned to Gause Sunday after a short visit to her mother here. Mrs. Jennie Gray returned to her home at Houston Monday after an extended visit to rela tives here. Misses Gladys Elliott and Bes sie Brown, who were guests of Mrs. Fred Deutsch, Jr., left Sun day for their home atSomer ville...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

Little William Henslee William, the little one year X>1<? son of Hub. Henslee and wife died here late Wednesday afternoon and the remains were buried in Masonic cemetery Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, the funeral services be- ing "ondut'ted at the residenee by Rev. M. C. Bishop The fond parents have the sympathy of the community in their loss. CLOVERS WITH MANY LEAVES November Election. The Ledger this week deliver ed to the sheriff the election sup plies for the general election to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. and the ticket is the largest one ever printed for any general eh-c tion in tin state, having the democratic, republican, progres sive, socialist, socialist labor, independent, and one blank tick et on the one sheet, and it will take quite a deal of studying U> vote !t, unless one is familiai with the new ¿orín. However each ticket is in a column to i' self and one to vote the demo cratic ticket, has only to scratch a line through all tin- rest of the tickets o...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

r i|l .•"if K 1 Kfl r I! WBmA >! wriest* CMMg LHser B> rh« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manager. Watered tt the poitof^* *U Caldwell, Texas m «econA-cla mall matter. Advertising Rutea >oe Insertion 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion Msbscnption Per Year >m Si.50 Three m rnths 50e, Siv months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION. CopyrUht Farm and R*nch. Every once in a while wh read of or happened to be acquainted with, some person who has made a for- tune from real estate investments— buv ing in undeveloped sections at at low prices and holding: until de mand, resulting from community growth and improvement, has forced vaiues up. Ever stop to think rnat enhance- ment of farm and citv porperty is directly dependent upon surround- ing development, and that practi- cally all rural development is a nat- ural íesult of the growth of towns and cities in the immediate locality If t...

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