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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

In DVj < Wwrteí, * twy that «tanda • atraight, aits straight, acta straight and tatka atraight. A boy whose finger nails are i) Bflt in mourning, whose ears are dean, whoae ahoes are polished, whose clothes are hruehed, whose hair is combed, and whose I teeth are well cared for* boy that moves quickly and makea as little noise about it as possible. A boy who whistles in the street, but does not whistl* where he ought to keep still A buy who looks «cheerful, has a ready smile for everybody, and never sulks- A boy who is polite to ever.\ map, respectful to every woman and girl. A boy who does not sinok< ^ cigar ret tes and has no desire t« learn how. A boy who is more eager tx know how to s|)eak good English ^ than to talk slang. A boy that never bullies other boys nor allows other boys u bully him. A boy who, when he does not know a thing, says, "I don't know," and when he has made * mistake says, *Tm sorry," am when he U asked U> do things says, "HI try " A boy who looks yo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

«i Caldwell. Tom oyii Ui Adv*rtl«ln< W*mtmm rtion SOc *r inch ...I idvertlilDK run until ordarad out. LoipsI readers i1-2 cento per line each naertion tabseription Her Te Il 50 Throe months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advene*.) aw s a The life «hat is so wrapt in itself that it has n thought for others, is to be pit if d, not envied. The man who éontentedly waits for something to turn up will like- ly die of old age before bis wish is answered. "A wise old owl liv* d in an oak; the more he saw the less he spoke. The less he spoke the more he heard, why can't we be like that old bird?" It pa* s to read the advertise- ments of enterprising home mer- chants. They are the people who make it possible to have conven- iences right at your door, so to speak. Just as soon as the first robin and blue bird make their appear «nee in the northern part of the laud the weather prophets will work over- time predicting the brand of weath- er for the summer. It is worth noting that when peo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

■ M % • J o a, * r * I - CALDWELL, TEXAS ■AiUr nvillwl • J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in dtone A Hi ehcook Drug Store Calls answHr- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. nigh* phone *81 Caldwell, Texas DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Dey Phone 101 2r. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Drs. Foster ft Savage DENTISTS Office Up-atairs Next to Poet Office Phone No. 44. Thank God, some of us an old-fashioned mother. Not a Woman of the period, painted and enameled, with all her society manners and fine dresses, whose ' White, jeweled hands never felt ' the clasp of baby fingers, but a 1 dear old-fashioned mother, with a sweet voice, eyes into whose ¡ clear depths the love light shone, and brown hair, just threaded with silver, lying smooth upon her faded cheek. Those dear hands worn with toil, gently guid- ed our steps in childhood, and smoothed ouj* cheek in sickness, ever reaching out to us in yearn ing tenderness. Blessed is the memory of an...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

..< . , - i « :'■*'■ .« •■•■-■'. . • ■ .:•■•••■ , ';'- . ^ ' "*'-: 4 ;. ■« ^ 'v - % ¡II. i :• IM ÍW make another visit to the again this week. As seemed so shocked at me having any i say last week, and only me as a stranger, but i they wont be surprised ik. • Oh! yes, Observer we are all thtekful, that we have one of the best oonlbty newspapers printed in the state. If we would ju -t stop long enough to say so. Ami I sure think we should There will be Sunday school at the Bird Song school house next Sunday evening, and every one has an invitation to come and re cite alasson with us. Will Maddoxof Deanville visit- ed his brother here Sunday and also attended Sunday school in the afternoon. Henry Dodson of L^e county was over in this community las week on business. Martin Wiederhold and Jessie Strong attended Sunday schoo at Bird Song Sunday afternoon Come back again boys, >ou will get religions after while. Miss Ima Dean had company from Deanville last Sunday Miss Annie Maddox ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

■ i .—M ^ Sr# ♦ *# #•. 3 4■ f* - 4'..^ %A*, w* f" . ACHED FOR "Iff ur sor , swollen, aching root spread out ta a bath oí "TU.' Jiut take your thorn off tod then put those weary, «hue-crinkled, aching, burn- ing. corn-pestered, bunion-tortured feet of yours in a "TIZ" bath. Your toon will wriggle w'ith joy; they'll look up at ▼ou ana almost talk and then they'll take another dive in that "TIZ" bath. When your feet feel like hampo of had—all tired out—just try "TIZ." Ita grand—it* glorious. Your feet will danoe with joy; a I t o you will find all pain gone from corns, callouses and bunions. There's nothing like "TIZ." It's the only remedy that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cause foot torture. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" at any dnig of department store don't wait. Ah! how glsd your feet get; how oom- fortsble your shoes feel. You can wear •hoes a sixe smaller i1 you desire HOUSTON ft DRESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunsmiths, Wood workmen, Wheel* wrights and H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 April 1915

p ■ ■ üfp Wp :' ■' • • |£l£|JF|F I3m13Q> P U i mmmmimi *' - ' WE HAVE THE GOODS Our stock oi Hardware, Farm Implements, Grain and Groceries is full and complete. WE XA/AINT YOUR BUSINESS CONE IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries South Texas Ribbon cane molasses. Northern Seed corn. Oats. Cane Seed Garden Seed. «■"Oaiaa fiats . Chops, Bran and shorts. V ritlliláMI ft" ft Base Ball Goods Hardware Blacksmith Coal. Collars. Collar Pads. Homes — $ Mr fljll ilantnisr Waukegan wire. ^ "N Galvanized Roofing. ORIOLE FLOUR ALWAYS Guns, Cartridges and Fishing Tackle. We want Your Trade ! We will Treat Yon Right I Personals and Lócala. Hays Bowers made a business trip to Houston Friday. Mrs. M. E Corbin went to Waoo Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. J. P. Polansky sp&it the week in Dime box with her moth- er. Miss Alma Boehme of Hogg, spent the week here with friends and relatives. Miss Nealie Baines returned to S*n Marcos Sunday from an ex- tended visit to friends and rela- tives here. Guy D...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

* m § s 4 1 I 1 • m r • a á i pi! Burleson County Ledger N«w« BatabllahAd l«51 Consolidated ShronloU IBBO may 100 7 Chronlel A IN NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar Batabllahad ISOV Conanlidatad Pab. 1011 Voiumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, April 33, 1915 Number 9 Fishing For Business. It is pretty hard to be a success- ful fisherman unless you at least put your line in the water. If \ qu want business, the fairest way is to come out openly and ask for it. That's the reason we are using this space every week, assuring you that we want more business, YOURS in particular, and are not beating about the brush in asking for it. Our banking facilities are the best to be had. The First State Bank Depository for tho Burlooon County Funds and Coun- ty and laitory for City School il Funds. "W. W. ATIORNKY-AT-LAW AND iNOTAHV P1THI.IC Office is Ledger Bnlldiar Caldwell, Texas i Star Brand Shoes. THH "PATRIOT" Shoes at 54.50 is a better shoe than you hirve previously bought at $5.00. ^ ou ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

saw S«Í« H, >-r • $ék> ■ C5? Tjff K-: Altóse Luhcbeaiu Honoring theapprífcching mar- riage of Miss Vivía, Lee, the M. M. Club gave a six coprse lunch- eon at Mrs. Hays Bowers, con- sisting of: Cock Tail, Tomato Soap. Fteh, Pota- toes, Cheese Balls, Wafers,' Baked Chicken, Asparagus on Toast, English Prat. Tee Tea, Fruit Salad. Stefftd Olives, Wafers, Strawberry lee Cream, Atogelfood Cake, Salted Nato. Roses and foliage plants were generously distributed through out the reception suit. La Franc# roses were the favored flower and gave exquisite embellish- ment. Throughout the enter- tainment, the color motif, pink and white was emphasized. The luncheon set over pink Was laid for fifteen guests. In the center of the dining table ap- peared a mass of pink and whit*; roses, and Maidenhair fern Prom the roses, pink and whitn ribbon found its way to the rose cup at each plate, where dainty place cords were adjusted. Pink tapers were in handsome candle sticks at each end of the table ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

Death of Mrs. Terry g Mrs. J. A. Terry died Tues dty near Hix and her remains vteha laid to real in that ceme- tery, Rev. Lackey conducting the services and there being a large attendance. Her maiden name waa Ivy, and ahe was a native of Alabama, coming to Texas when 7 years old, and joined the Bap tistchurch when 16 years old; waá twice married, first to P. R. Teal in 1861, and two children, Richard and Frank, were born oí this union. After Mr. Teal's death, she married B. A. Terry in 1870, and one son, Beaverly, who survives her, was born. She was about 70 years of age and a noble, christian lady. Hay $10 per ton at my barn at Hogg, Texas. W. W. Watson. Some people never get tired of saying "I never saw such weath er." The spring is always th< latest or earliest they ever saw: the summer the hottest or coo • est, and the winter the coldest oi mildest. And the longer these weather observers, observe th> weather, the more certain thej are that they never in their Ion*! lives s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

m. f- .. fe rl ft p afe M County Pubtirti.f Co. W. «. RANKIN. At the pMtotfW «t Caldwell. Texas, nail matter. Advartialng Ratea )ne Inaertion 20c per Inch All advertising run uptll ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion ¿•bacriptioo Per Year •_ #1.50 Three raunths 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) It may be all right to take your wife into your confidence regard- ing your business affairs pr viding you are not making too much money. She might want a new hat. Some people never hand in an item of news for puhlicati n, but if we happen to miss an item in whi<*h they are interested they are sure to hand us a north pole stare that would freeze the liver of a polar bear. Push means a life for yourself out of the «lough of desponnencv and shiftles^ness, <>ut of trouble real and fancied. Push never hurts any body. The harder the push the bett*% if it is given in the right di- rection. Always push up hill—few people need a push down hill. Every man ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

Suddenly ask twenty people why they read the advertise- menta in the paper every week, and lifteen out of the twenty will probably hesitate, and stammer, and become more or less embar- rassed before they can call to mind the real reason why they read the ads. People buy this paper and read it for two very simple reasons. They want to know the news of their home community and they want t< know of the commercial advantages that are placed be fore them tacli week in its ad ver tisint; columns. This puper tfoes out each week to an enlightened people, to a people who are accustomed to think and act for thomselves to a people who know exactly what they want, and want to know where they can wr«'t it. Hence the natural course for them to pursue in their search for information is to tui n to the j advertising colums of the pajier. i The live merchant knows this | — recognizes the fact that he is' catering to a people of high men | tal attainments, and shapes his! business policy to meet t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

BKi9 AL STAFF] , a complication out it Monday night; it light ened, it thundered, it blowtd, it bailed, 0' how much. It was a , aplendid prelude to the flood that ia due this spring; though it may he like some of your delin- quent subscribers, the payment may be postponed until a more convenient season. While tin storm was on, I thought of a con- versation that took place betweer two Irishmen after a stormy night. One asked the other, i he heard it thundering last night, no he said, did it thunder; ye> said-the other, the other sak why did you not wake me, di« you not know that I could not sleep when it thundered? It i- atill raining, we hope it will tapei off soon, but the tapering en< may be the biggest. I look out and see many beauti ful flowers, this is the time oí the year to gather and hand around boquets to our friends I will tell you, Mr. Editor, th« kind of boquets I like best, tha of human kindness. I want m.\ f riends to pass all they have fo me while I live, and no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

A/'' ," 'i ■ p*l * -\,y I Mf SORE, TIRED FEET Baptist Notes I Methodist S. S. Notes. CAtOKL DYNAMITES Tl MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVA Bv Rev. M. C. Bisnop. All nature is smiling since the heavens have given up some of By F, H. Hitchcock, sjupt. After having for our llesson last Sunday that familiar "Shep- i . Use "TIZ!" Don't have puffed-up, '1* Some of our men are j herd Psajm," we have for next burning, aching feet or oorns. I Ah! what relief. No rtor* tired {<•♦■ tK> more I u i 1111 i_- fwt; it r cvw'!, haul Mnclillljí, tivly I ll;u; pain in corita. t;iil>*Ui«e<« < i liUFtitimt. I- ni.itfcr what nil* your feet or uliat uu<i- ti e n you've trwl without getting r. lief, iiift umi "TI5Í." "TI'/," i-* tin only remedy that draus out ilil tile I .tlilalioiu whir, puff up the feet; "TI/Í" in mngical ; *'tlZM is (¿rami; "T1Z" will cur.> jrour foot troulili-M o you'll never limp or draw up your fm-e in pain. Your shoe* won't aeem ti^lit ari'l your fivt wiil never, never ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 April 1915

n i^*iiNwwf«iwrtWFiwwpíwfip ipípipif IcmCICUELCftCLCICIClCIClCiEU! jijij muij uijy isnsn jumuijiji jmijiji jijij ij ijuuuuijijmijijui You Will Find Them at Our Store f | A complete line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Framed Nets, Seins, Japanese ifi Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. t. Our Big Grocery Department. None larger and more op to-date. We want your GROCERY trade. Call in to see os, or ose oor phone, No. 25. and we will fill yoor order promptly. ORIOLE Floor Always Schottens Peaberry Coffee- none better. JOHN HEERE t ARMING IMPLEMENTS. Our Hardware Dep't. White and Bine Enamel ware, large line of Alomi- nom ware, Crockery and Glassware. A foil stock of shelf Hardware, Oil Cook- ing Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. Noon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons. B. F. AVERY F ARMING IMPLEMENTS. We want Yoor Trade We will Treat Yoo Right Personals and Locals. Mrs. Anna Kraitehar and Miss Ella Karitchar left Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

volumne XXXI «aBaar-""*- ' ¡ssá "gr.vugsv"' AN NEWS-CHRONICLE L*dg*r Batablla had ip 7 Consnlld«l*d P b. 1911 Caldwell, Burleson County, Texás, Friday, April 30, 1915 Number 10 A STEADY GROWTH The steady growth of this Bank is an indication of its constantly increasing service. To afford every customer the promptest attention and the most courteous and efficient service is the aim of our management. That the public appreciate painstaking, careful banking service is shown by the large increase in our business. The F'rst State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for Dm Burleson County Funde end Coun- ty end City School Funde. Two Yooaf Hen Aeadeotiy Shot. Wednesday night of last wpek, Billie Brown and Jim Broaddus of Second Creek, were accident- ally shot out at Crunk lake. They were in a boat fishing, and had along a lantern and shot gun, and in some manner the gun was ac- cidently discharged, the load tearing a piece out of Brown's arm above the elbow and several sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

I \vm'\ I Country : MS. i Sí Methodist Notes. Rural life in coming into its own and country life is beginning to be appreciated again after several decodes disfavor and n#¿lect. The following creed which being ado. t)d as ti e alo* gan of various boys and girls clubs throughout the rural sec- tions of the United States, shows that the thought of life in the county is being directed into its natu i al channel. "I believe that the country"which God made ia more beautiful than the city which man made; that life out of doors and in touch with the earth is the natural life of man. I believe that work is work wherever I find it, but the work of nature is more inspiring than work with the most intri- cate machinery. I believe that the dignity of la- bor depends not only upon what you do, but on how you do it; that opportunity comes to a boy in the city, and that life is large r and freer and happier on tht1 farm than in the town." . Qui Vires. Mrs. Earl Porter was hostess to the Qui Vives ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

■ j H* • 4 I kit 1; !■-! • j • ■ ?3« - ■ - .' . J DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krusfer. Day Phone 101-ir. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-6 Located Up-stairs Opera House Building. CALDWELL, TEXAS J. B. Honeycot " PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi chcook Drug Store Calls n wr- promptlv «Joy or night. I>ny phone 32. nigh* phone 1181 Caldwell, Texas Miss T. A. MATCEK REGIST1 NURSE Terms Reeeoneble. Phone 204, Celdweil, Tsxss DR. R. J. SAVAGF, DENTIST Office Up-etaira Next to Poet Office Phone No. 44. j West End MarKet We are now open tor busine-? in our new stand near the defto and will have on hand at ti times Fresh Beef, Pork, Suasag* and ham. We wi 1 appreciate a share <> your patronage Carl White. Prop. Invest in permanent roofing Get Genasco, made of Nature's everlasting water- proofer-T rinidad Lake asphalt, jenase w TNC WmtOA# lAM ASHOll Retty Roqfeg is a ture and lasting protection agains...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

f. «. RANKIN, fe- at ÜM poatotfto at Caldwell. Tesas, Mil matter. Advertising Ratea tm taaertioD 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each naertion •abecnption Per Tear $1.50 Three months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) THE POINT OF VIEW. Aunt Mandy, trudging down the road, a huge bundle of sailed linen on her head, mumbled, darky fash- ion, as automobile aftei automo- bile whizzed by ber, throwing dust into her eyes. "Jest try to s'rifle folks wid dust!" she cried. "Would not mind chasin' a persou down and runnin' plum clean over her! The measley, onery triflin* poor white trash!'* But just as she had finished de- livering this harangue, a large ma- chine drew up and stopped on the road side and a cheerful voice said: "Come, Aunt Mandy, let me take you for a joy ride.1' And, ten min- utes later, seated pompously beside her master, her bundle of soiled lin- en deposited on the back seat, she watched the slow moving pedes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

i - Rain and Floods Coot Many Lives. The continuous rains of last week caused Davidson Creek, the ¿ Bráeos, Colarado and other rivers over the state to overflow, eaus- ibg immense damage to iaiid and crops, and drowning many peo- ple in different places, the largest loss of lives being at Austin, where it is estimated that some thirty-live or more lives were lost. One man, Salem Holle, a merchant, saw his wife and five children drown, his housecrumb ling to pieces just as he' reached it in an effort to rescure his family The situation in^this county on the Brazos is reported to be about the same a it was in December, 1913. The river con- tinued to rise until it spread over the bottoms and tinally the levy ^ gave way and the water rapidly spread over the tine farms and the tenants and others immedi- 9 ateiy made a rush to se.fety, tak ing all their stock out with them, consequently, the loss of stock in this county will be small. Karl Porter brought his fine mules out Sunday and had ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

:-SV. MM) Center Point l Its time we should not com plain about the weather, no one at least only farmers ought to*d ^ so; but the rain of the past tei¡ days would have made the best of us grumble. Everything here in the Point is just him ply water sobbed. It was reported here yester day, Monday, that the Yegu was as high as it was in Pec. 1913. two bridges being washed awa,\. Miss Julia Sin e < spent Mon day in the Hogg community, sh* a id some two or three from thai 0 immunity went to the ^ egua t< witness the high water. Alston Houston and Jack OarV attended the concert at Porter'* Chappel Wednesday night. Thomas Martindale of nea • Lyons, passed through here Mon day enroute to his brother's Chas Martindale, near Rockdale. Miss Alma Porter and Ac Fianangan spent Sunday witl the formei's aunt, Mis Irmr Porter. JoeVeiss, Jr., of near Cald well, was mingling with friend* here at the Point Tuesday. Joe Kuchera made a busines? trip to Lee county Saturday. My! My! Sac Charine, do...

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