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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

*r*: ■ I • « 'is* ♦ I t I ft Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 0-8 Located Up-stairs Opera Houae Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. 11. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tone & Hi'ohcock Drug Store. Calls answt r- prompclv day ur night. Day phone 32. nigh , phone * HI Caldwell, Teicis 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. WhJi You go to Narlin, Texas TaKe Your Baths itt The NARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The vcr.v host serviré and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, Pf. D. Proprietors. M. Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER will bo in Caldwell every Sat- urday at Seibert ft Thueber's Saloon and pay top prices for your hide. Frite Miman buys for me at Dssnville. J. H. MASSE Y BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT Horseshoeing snd Repairing 4 Specialty. Near Depot, Caldwell, Tsxss Baboon Is Ciufht Near Leon River Baptist Not...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

¿i • ¡ál': OUR RURAL STAFF, Chriesman Chais. Somerville Sayings. Gee! we are visited this early Rev. Stockely, Pastor of the j morning, October 1914, by Methodist church at this place j "Jack frost" for the first time preached Sunday and Sunday j this fall. night, it being his last appoint ment here for this conference year. Presiding Elder Thomas, will fill the pulpit at the Methodist, church tonight. A young man was found bt* side the railroad tra< k here Saturday night in an uneoneiou!- condition, in which condition 1m remainded all night, and until! he was taken to Caldwell Sundav morning on an early train. It i> thought that he tried to board a train and was thrown to th« ground with such force that hi- injuries were quite serious. X clue as to his identy could b obtained, or where he was from. J. T. Wright, and family an visiting relatives and friends in Lubbock county for the past few weeks. Mrs. Christopher and famih will move this week to the Last ern part of the coun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

/.Pp«PW?'¿yP n i I r CONTINUES, Sale Every Day. Don't % A I V4 fall to come. Others have come and CJALL went away laughing with their arms full of bundles. Oh! how happy are all who visit— THE BLACK FRONT STORE 93.48 will buy any pair of WALK-OVER shots in ths BLACK FRONT STORE thst is mtrksd $8.00, $4.60 or $4.00. Why? bsesuso farmors aro holding cotton for highsr pricos whilo 1 must hsvo cosh to psy for Shoos and Cotton goods thst wsrs eontrsctod for Isot Juno snd July. This is sn opportunity thst will not lost long. 8o you hsd bsttsr como st onco snd got s fit in s |sir of tho world's greatest shoos for mon. SKIRTS msds of oil tho finest fabriques of the world*s grset markets splendidly deoigned snd msde to ssll at from $16.00 down to $3.60. litis lot of Skirts were bought at s staggering discount snd sre being sold st pricee thst will probebly not be duplicated by any Store. If you look at the SKIRTS, Madam and don't say they are the pureet gema of Bargainology why then PAGAN wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 October 1914

- ¿a Sf| <4BMbk - 451 sS a© 4S 4S -<© 35 4S s& S& sS sS sS 4© -3© «s sS *& s sS 36 How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About aMoon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? !HTCHELL^L£WISCO. RACINE1 WIS. WE HAVE. IN STOCK NOW— One Car Mitchell &nd Old Hickory Wagorvs Orve C&r Moorv Bros, and Banner Bviggies FULL LINE GROCERIES FULL LINE HARDWARE Drop In to See Us. We want Your Trade We will Treat You Right ymmviiWM$mymwww<i>wwwwwwmwm(i; Local and Personal Windel-Maass. Pay your suoscription today. Thursday evening at 6:iJ() o'clock Rev. Chas. U. McLarty Mrs. H. E. Harris spent Kri-¡ united m marriage Albert Windel day with relatives and friends an(* Minnie Maass at the in Temple. residence of, the bride's parents on M esq u i te Prairie. I m m e- L. (Bill) Parkhill returned Fri^dintely after the ceremony a wed- day from a trip through west ding supper was served the new- Texas. i 'y made couple and a very few i invited guests...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 November 1914

. B*Ubllah*d lf{4 Con oildi t«d Chronlol* ' IB0O May 100 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE .•dg*r Bstabllshad 1007 Conaolldatad Fab. 1011 Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, November 6, 1914 Number 39 m DEAD OR ALIVE Are you worth more dead than alive? We hope not. Compare your bank book and your life insurance ¡>olicy and see. There is of course wealth tied up in your brain and brawn, they represent part of your 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 have you open one. It's the friend in need and a friend indeed. The pirst State Ban^ CmlOWELL. TEXAS Guaranty punr'. Bank Halloween Nifht In Caldwell. "W. "W. ELA.2ST3CI2ST ATTOH .VKY-AX-1 .A W AND NO! AH V PVBMC Office is Udser BsiWiot Caldwell. Texas BEHOLD CCTFON -HAS MANY FRIENDS! I am doubly delighted to see so many big. little, old and young |>eop!e come out...

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

BiMt SMhP ^ í'**'i * i.¡Zr:ü Í! í~ J Ü 1 i - R mt ! i 1 h) i H 1 Local and Personal. J. D. Hunt of Waco was a busi- ness visitor here Tuesday. J. O."" Chan-e and wife of Bryan were visitors here Mon- day. Rev. R. F. Stokes returned to San Antonio Monday from visit_ ing relatives here. Remember next Sunday is Ral- ly Day at the Methodist church. Come out. Miss Trecie Matcek of San Antonio is sending some time in this county with relatives. H. M. Shannon of the Wharton Spectator was a visitor at C. VI. P. Windel's Sunday Mrs. Charles U. McLarcy visit- ed her mother in Gidtiings from Thursday to Monday. Mrs. Alma Herbert of Houston arrived Tuesday to visit hei sister, Mrs. Ida McRanie. Three of Joe Skrivanek'f boy> at cookes Point have had dipli theria but are now convalescent Claim agent J tin Evans wa- here Tuesday looking after tht interests of the Santa Fe railway a „ company. ^ \ Rev. Simpson and wife an ' Mrs. Dr. Merchant of Gidding> were visiting Rev. Chas. U. Me Larty an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 November 1914

f in Baptist Notes ] By Rev. M. C. BUhop. Prosperity rnaketh the heart! glad more than doth anything) S4.se. t Financial prosperity is not the only kind of prosperity j that some folks enjoy. Christian I prosperity should make morei people happy thanail things else Ta see the Kingdom of our Lord grow and the churches enlarge should cause us more joy than to see the advance of cotton and the increase of merchandise. We were delighted last Sunday with the two large congregations that were present at church. The Sunday School was very well at tended 171 present. Some wen- kept away by sickness and some few otherwise. At night it wa> our joy to bury four happy peo pie with their Lord in baptism We have lx en made to wondei how a church member would feel, should lu* remain away from his church services with tin- splendid music and the tin fel lowship we have in our church Sometimes a f« llow's religious machinery tfets so badly out of fi x lie had about as soon go a hunt ingon Sunday ...

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

(«■i ^ ' IWICSM CMII9 LNfCr By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manager. ■tared at the poiioffW %t Caldwell. Texas, aa aecona-claiM mall matter. Advertlalng Rataa )ne insertion 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nserticn febacnption Per Year Si *50 Three months 50t\ Si* months /5c (Invariably in Advance.) COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION. Copyright Fttrm and Ranch. When co-operation among the builders of the Tower of Babel «as destroyed, futh^r construction was rendered impossible, and one of the most gigantic tasks ever under- taken by man was abonded. Lack of co-operation on the pirt of General Grouchy cau-ed the de- feat of the French armies at the battle of Waterloo, and foreve< put an end to Napoleou's dr^am of empire. Yon can possibly think oi many other great failures bought about because of the absence of co-oper- ation among the workers employed. Can you name one great achieve- ment in which co-operation was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 November 1914

iff # V V/ * * • * w r. 6. F. EckhardT * J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tone & Hi'chcook Drug Store. Calls answer- protnptlv day or night. Day phone H2. nigh, phone T81 Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Kruefer. 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. Sam 2 M. Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER will be in Caldwell every Sat- urday at Seibert & Thueber'a Saloon and pay top pricea for your hide. Frits Miman buya for me at Deanville. WAR WAR r We have declared War on Dirty Clothes. Phona 237 and we will coma to your door. Try ua once and you will give us mora. Palm Baachea 75c. Holdner's Tailor Shop 9 • 4 Secret Office Hours 9-8 Located Up-stairs Opera Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS Wyocrasionally meet a woman whose age is as bea...

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

• ; ; _ .1 * .. ; • ; . ' : • ..'"'fCf ■ ; " \ OUR RURAL- STAFF Somerville Sayings. Cuitare Club. Cooks Point. There is a tine crop of jx cans this year in the Brazos bottom: some of our neighbors have been gathering some of them of late. Our people are rustlers, no danger of them starving. Jake Watson and family visited relatives and friends in this sec- tion of late. J. M. Nunley is visiting his father and other relatives in this neighborhood this week; he preached at Shady Grove Satur- day night, Sunday and at night. There was preaching a t. the Methodist church Sunday by the pastor. The people out here are most all religious, those that are not, are good citizens and church going people. One of Uncle Joe Pressley's horses kicked him very severely a few days ago; he h<*s been crip pled ever since, but is improving hope he will be as well as usua real soon. The dry weather and bugs got away with our turnips this year. Consequently hog's jaw and turnip salad will b< scarce in...

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

^■ JPiWIRfSBB^í^IPSr'^5,7< in A WHIRLPOOL OF BARGAINS All who com# and in in convinced that the pricM art low- •r and tha quality better than ever, at— THE BLACK FRONT STORE 93.48 will buy any pair af WALK-OVER Jhoaa In tha BLACK FRONT STORE that la markad $8.00, $4.60 or $4.00. Why? because farmara ara holding cottan far higher prlcaa whlla I muat hava caah ta pay for Shoes and Catton fooda that wara eantractad for laat Juna and July. Thla la an opportunity that will not laat long. So you had battar coma at anca and gat a fit in a fair of tho world' graataat ahaaa for man. 8KIRT8 mada of all tha finaat fabrlquaa of tho world'a graat markata aplandidly daaignad and mada ta aall at from $18.00 down to $3.60. Thia lot of 8lcirta wara bought at a ataggaring discount and ara balng aold at pricaa that will probably not bo duplioatad by any Stara. If you look at tha 8K1RTS, Madam and dan*t aay thay ara tha puraat gams of Bargainology why than PAGAN will apologisa. COATS far ladiaa mada...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 November 1914

WMMMUMMmommi HIUMWM| « «I inOlRft ANn \A/AGONfi ® «I sS 3& *& *& a& « sS a& sS a& a& sG 3$ sS 3& a$ sS *& *S a& 4S 3& SS sS a&\ BUGGIES AND WAGONS Moon Bros. Bugpies, Banner Buggies, Staver Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old Hickory W agons. We Think No Better Line of Buggies and Wagons Made We Have Them and Want to Sell You BUCK'S STOVES NOTHING BETTER Wilson Heaters, Box Heaters, Oil Heaters. Champion Cisterns. BIGGEST LOT OF Gl)NS AND CARTRIDGES IN THE COUNTY We can fix you up for the hunt. He Have the Following: Rust Proof Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye, ORIOLE FLOUR. FULL LINE OF HARDWARE FULL LINE OF GROCERIES We want Your Trade We will Treat Yon Right %WWWMWWWWWWW<t>MWWWWWMWm,l%i Local and Personal Be sure to have papers in your hometdo not spend three or four dollars for a book, as we Pay your suoscription today. knew one man to d0| put it on I the table and say, there's a good Martin Wiederhold of near children, but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

Burleson County Ledger . ■wa E«tMbllah*d 1084 Consol let• I< «I Chronlel* • I800 May 1807 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar EatabtlaHsd IV99 Conaolldal*d Pab. (Oil Volumne XXX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, November 13, 1914 Number 40 .• i í i n Ml i . ft A WARNING Three things they say can't safely do—Pool with the tail of a cyclone, tickle the heels of a uiule, nor monkey with the gun that "isn't load- ed." Permit us to add a fourth. You can't make much of a financial success in life with- - out forming a saving habit and a bank account. Just a little saved from your earning and from the sale of your products deposited in this bunk from time to time will soon grow to pro- portions that will be a help to you when you are in need. Today is the time and this is the place. The First State BanK. 4 Caldwell, texas Guaranty punr', Bank W. W. R41TKIN ATt'OH NKY-AT-l .A W ANI) NOTAHY ITHMC Office in Ledger BnlMiaf Caldwell. Texas Colored Woman Host Foully Murdered. Saturday evening A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

1 ====== Ai; eited Charged Great and Noted With Morder. Preacher is Dead. News was received here Wed- Sheriff L. . Henslee and nestjay that Dr B. H. Carroll S leriff elect E. A. Ellis return- metj home in Waco at an ed Tuesday afternoon from the earjy hour that morning at Brazos bottom with Jim McCul- Qf something past seven- 1 >ugh, colored,and lodged him in j til charged with the killing of Annie Wright, colored, Saturday night. It develops that he was seen sitting on the gallery with a shot gun on his lap, and talk- ing lo her about half hour before the report of the gun was heard The day for the examining trial e has not yet been set. Sunday School Class Hakes Annual Report Aunual Rei>ort of Class 10 read at Rally day at the Methodist Church last Sunday. Report lor the year ending Oct. 81st. A. D. 1914 of class 10. the Baraca-Philathea Class of the Methodist Church, Caldwell, Tex- as. Number enrolled <50. Averag« attendance for year, 30. Greatest number present any Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

i A f $ = Sales Dir. Monday was the regular month- ly market and sales day. and] inasmuch as It was the Hrst day ! of district court, there was an | unusually big crowd in town, j jostling against each other swap-' ping jokes and trading horses, j Some of the boys indulged in the sport of ridiug bucking harses and mules in the vacant lot by the Ledger office. Their amusement afforded rare sport for the crowds. Meanwhile, there was a stiff norther blow- ing «ml this added zest to the crowd. Notice. After Dec., 1st we will discon- tinue delivering meat on account of dull busineHH. Otto Wnedorf Carl White Rev. C. U. Mel^arty of this _.Dlace, Rev. G. C. Saddler of Coolers Point anú Rev. H. B. Dailey of Milam county all left Tuesday morning for the confer- ence which is in session at Ba\ City this week. Rev. C. V McLarty goes to the conference with the best report that ever went from the church here. The church is flourishing spir- itually and financially. A 11 dues are paid up to date a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

h k. A At tb« postor** «t CaidwaU. Tesas, •all writer Advertising R«t a }ne Insertiou .. 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion •ttbacription Per Yea* fl-50 Three months SOc, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) STATIONERY FOR FARMERS Every fanner who owns h i s farm ought to have printed sta'ion- ery, with his name, the namn <>f his po t office properly given, and the printed heading might also give the names whatever crops he spec- ializes in or his specialties in stuck. Neately printed stationery give- you a personality and a standing with any person or firn whom you write and insures the proper read- ing of your"address. If you wish to write to your con- gressman <t member of the legisla- ture, or if you have a request to make of your county superinten- dent of schools, or if you wish in- formation from an? business house, in any case your letter will have in- creased weight and receive more and quicker at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

i I í Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt Offloe Heure 9-8 Located Up-stairs Opera Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office in 3toue & Hi'eheock Drug Store Galla answer- promptlv day or night. Day phone 82. nigh', phone "81 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 TERNS: $18.00 per week $3.00 per day Telephone 160 CALDWELL, TEXAS. 1201 Fawn St. mrnm When You go to Marlin, Texas Take Your bath* at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and exi>erieneed attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bule, M. D. Proprietors. M.¿ Weiderhold THE OLD HIDE BUYER will he in Caldwell every Sat- urday at Seibert ft Thueber's Saloon and pay top pricee for your hide. Fritz Mimen buya for me at Deanville. WAR WAR We have declared War on Dirty Clothes. Phone 237 and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

. ^4'v' i^k ;ív.-' cviw^ww *ff ; f =■■ : *<*♦■•■ ■ r *. ¿- r ! M f> S''# '■':: i.^77 ' "IWS*''.v ,il' -: -í,; I, SOME PLAIN FACTS Showing Why the Cot- ton Marhet Made the Recent Advance. My last letter in this paper dealt with the action taken by meeting of business men in a Texas city who rtsoluted that cotton cost the grower 6 1 -6 to 7 l-4c per pound to produce and therefore, he should not sell it for much less than fe cents. The action taken by those men wa.* proclaimed throughout the north, east and south by the associateo press reports and the price oi cotton tumbled down. Just a little while before that meeting, the famous $150,000,(XX1 cotton pool was started to boom the price of cotton by loaning the farmer 6c per pound basis middling on his cotton at a rat< of interest that was reputed U be six per cent per annum. The daily papers of the entire South gave the idea space under heavy headlines on their front pages, giving it ail the publicity possi ble and cotton pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

fi * .1 I 'i Wm &i§ '■W' V-: If mm '■4 A WHIRLPOOL OF BARGAINS All who com* and n* srt convinced that ths prices in low- er and tho quality better then ever, et— THE BLACK.FRONT STORE $3.48 will buy eny peir of WALK-OVER in the BLACK FRONT STORE that is marked $8.00, $4.80 or $4.00. Why? because farmere are holding cotton for higher prices while I must have cash to pey for Shoes and Cotton goods that were contracted for leet June end July. This is en opportunity that will not laet long. So you hed better come at once end get e fit In e |eir of the world's groe test shoes for men. SKIRTS mede of sll ths finsst fsbriquss of ths world's greet merkete eplondidly deeigned end mede to eell et from $16.00 down to $3.80. Thie lot of Skirte were bought at s stsggering discount snd ere being sold st pricee that will probsbly not be dupliceted by eny Store. If you look et the SKIRTS, Ffedem end don't eey they ere the pureet geqis of Bsrgsinology why then FAGAN will epologise. COATS for lsd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 November 1914

; , B m * BUGGIES AND WAGONS Moon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Staver Bu/gies, Mitchell Wagons, OI*I Hickory Wagons. 4S 45) O s& 451 45) 4© 4S 45) 4S 45) 4© 4$ We Think No Better Line of Buggies and Wagons Made We Have Them and Want to Sell You 4$ 45) 45) 45) 4© 45) 4© 4© 45) 45) 45) BUCK'S STOVES NOTHINu BETTER Wilson Heaters, Rox Heaters, Oil Heaters. Champion Cisterns. BIGGEST 101 OF GINS AND CARTRIDGES IN THE COUNTY We can fix you up for the hunt. We Have the Following: Rust Proof Seed Oats, Faocy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye, ORIOLE FLOUR. FULL LINE OF HARDWARE FULL LINE OF GROCERIES We. want Your Trade omMenMfenM We will Treat toi| Right wwmmmmwwmmmthmmmwmwmwww Local aad Personal Gus Scheffel and family re- turned Sunday from a two week's visit to relatives in Lueders. Julius Ptacek was a visitor here Friday from Snook. A. C. Calhoun was up from Soinerville on buisness Friday. Carey Neweorab who is travel- ing on the road, stopped over and visited home folks Saturday and Sunda...

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