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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

I fy HHC. SORE, TIRED FEET Use "TIZ!" Don't have puffed-up, burning, aching feet or eorns. Ah! what r« l¡« f. No moro tired feet, no more burning lift. no more swollen kiwi nuieUini;, hw eaty f««?t. Nm mor* pain in corns, cailuusea or bunion . N<> matter what uiU your fr'et or what unite i the sun you've tried without getting re- lief, jiiat use "TIZ." "TIZ" in the only remedy that drawn out all the | >¡soii<>m exudation* which puff up the feet; "TIZ" i musical; ''TIZ* U grand; "TIZ" will cure your foot trouble* tu you'll never limp or draqr up your face in pain. Your «hoe* won't seem tight and.^your feet will never, nwer hurt or get sore, swollen or tired. Think of it, no more foot misery; no more burning corns, callouses or bunions. Get a 25 c«at box at any drug «tore or department store, and get instant re- lief. Oet a whole year's foot relief for only 25 oeste. Think of itl HOUSTON & DRESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunsm i I h s, Wood workmen, Wh eel- wrights and Horses...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 April 1915

Hp VwZBM ■ w* Hi lik ..■««■■1PIPIWPIWWW FIF if P1WP1F1FIP1WWP «iil—W-IPH>ilFBP«P«FIPIP>FIPB —PIMP liftjfljnSKsnsnsninansnsnsnsn srisnsnsnivi^H ■niiidniji snsnsni^snanana^snsnsnsna^ansnsnsna j You Will Find Them at Our Store A complete line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Framed Nets, Seine, Japanese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, tish or hunt. Our Big Grocery Department. v None larger and more op to-date. We want your GROCERY trade. CaU in to see os, or use our phone, No. 25. and we will fill yovrorder promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always Schottens Peaberry Coffee-- none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Our Hardware Dep't. White and Blue Enamel ware, large line of Alumi- num ware, Crockery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hardware, Oil Cook- ing Stores, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. Noon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons. B. F. AVERY * FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We want Tour Trade dáMeéMeáM> We will Treat Too Right Personal...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

s • Burleson County Ledger • ■ 3 !*•«/• Bsiabllshad I CHrenlei* I 4 Coti*oildfi*d O may 180 T AN NEWS'CHRONICLE L dg«r Estábil Had I Consolldaud F«b. II Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, flay 7, 1915 Number 11 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 First State Bank Guarantee Fund BanK Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleeon County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funde. 1 eee * w. w. iRA-isriKixisr ATI ORN ir.Y-AT-I,A \V ANUiNOTAhV PtJUIJC Office in Ledger building Caldwell, Texas Mi ar Brand Shoes. FHE "PATRIOT" Shoes at S4.50 is a better shoe than you have previously bouifht at $S.OO. You can prove it by com, ar.sion. Snap. stvle«und service—you'll al- ways...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

ai M- Í#:T Wktl, R. M. Perdue has purchased the Happy Taylor shop. As we go to presa we learn that J. R. Healep is very low at his home. Misa Sadie Neweomb has re- turned from teaching achool at Port Lavaca to apend the vacation with her parents. A Real Auto Bergen. Our 1913 mode! 50 horse power automobile. Thoroughly over- hauled, and in excellent shape. We guarantee it, will sacrifice for $600.(X) cash or good notes. Plenty of power to take you any- where Caldwell Machine Shop and Garage, Matthews & Bascom, Prop's., Phone No. 4. County court conveyed Monday with Judge W. M. Hilliard on the bench and Hays Bowers pros- ecuting for the state. There were no very important cases on either the criminal or civil dock- ets. There will be three services Sunday at the Presbyterian church. Sub. at 11:00 a. m. The Christ of Today and Tomorrow; at 3:00 p m. The City of Ood, Rev., 22-14 and at 8:00 p. m. The Wandering Bay, a lesson on the parables of Christ. We are very anxious for every on...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

The Tonal Man's i . Opportunity. There is a greater demand to- 4 day than ever before for the young man who thoroughly un- derstands the cotton business. TSuch as: Classing, stapling, averaging, buying, selling, ship- ping, exporting, keeping of Mun- ger's Gin Records, merchant's cotton record, warehouse record, cotton office stock book* and other blanks necessary to the business. Bonded warehouses alone require hundreds of younK men. Last year the managers were compelled to use untrained help. The representatives of the largest cotton concerns as well as the merchants and ware house managers have highly in dorsed our course of instruction. They say we are meeting a long felt want. We have two expert cotton men in charge of this de Apartment, they thoroughly un derstand it from practical ex- perience iu every detail of th* business. They are also ex|>ert 9 instructors. The cost of th* above course compete is $20.(X) for tuition and $2 for bttoks and material. Time for completing ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

partners. MrKMfe CMUI idler By Th* County PvMlshiag Co. W, W. RANKIN, t tbm poM0f*Vw «I CaMwsU. Twuu. Mil Batter. Advertising R te« Insertion 20c per inch AJI «dvertUlnsr run until ordered nnt. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line aach naertion •abaenption Per Tear . Si.59 Three months 60c, Si* months "5c (Invariably in Advance.) COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION. Copyright F r«n and fUocb and Holland' The jitney car is a success in the city, where it operates in competi- tion with street cars and carries passengers at 1*38 than two cents a mile. It has, therefore, come to stay. But the automobile, carrying pas- sengers over regular routes < r coun try roads for a fixed fare per mile, is becoming even a greater success. Particularly is it true of pas-ienger- auto lines between rural towns or communities and railroad points— routes over which there has been no passenger service befoie. The people of nearly any rural community can establish such a line to their railroad market town. The expense...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

Recipe Fer Whitewash. Half a bushel of unslaked lime slaked ill warm water; cover dur- ing (he process to keep in the Steam. Strain the liquid throu- gh a fine sieve or straiper. Add a peck of salt previously dissolved in warm water, three pounds of ground rice which has been boil- ed to a thin paste, half a pound of Spanish whiting, and a pound of glue which has previ- ously been dissolved over a slow- tire; add five gallons of hot water o the mixture. Stir well, cover to Weep out the dirt and let stand five days. It should put on hot. There is nothing that compares with this for inside or outside work. For inside work in poul- try houses add two pints of car- bolic acid, which makes it a tine disinfectant. Piles Cured la 6 to 14 £>«y« Your drujnUt will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fail* 10 cure tny c* e of lubiog. Blind. Weeding or Protruding file m« to 14 day*. (Tbe 6r t «|>i>lic*Uun give* Luc auii KeO. GOc. Young men, and often youug women, a* well as older persons, pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

RURAL STAFF.il It nee ins that there is always something to find fault with. Laat week it was too much rain —now it's weeds and cuckle-burs. If we should have another rain this week and the indications are good, why the farmers will be ir a worse condition—than in 1914. because we are 8 or 4 weeks late planting cotton. Corn doesn't look well on account of too mucl rain and it is also late. But in case we don't produce a good corn and cotton crop, prob ably we will harvest a tine On crop. Mr. Observer, it seems queet that Mrs. Observer and my sell are of the same opinion, quality and quantity, I only having hei beat in weight by six pounds my John weighs 164 pounds ant I tell him that 1 feel justas prout as if 1 wtighed two hundred o more. I have never knowi precious articles to come it bulks. Miss Vlasta Jurcak returnee home Friday from Ennis, Elli? county' where she taught a sue cessful term of school the pas session. Miss Alma Porter attended th« picnic it Second Creek last Wed ne...

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

\ A Sill CUNT BEAT "TO" WHEN JET HURT "TES" for «or*, tired, puffed-up, aohing, calloused ftst or corns. "Sard I mm TCP ' mrmrj Úm for My foot tombía." You can be happy-footed just like me. |Vm "TIZ" and never suffer with tender, raw, burning, blistered, swollen, tired, smelly feet. "TIZ" and only "TIZ" takes the pain and soreness out of corns, callouses and bunion*. , An soon as you put your leet in a j*TIZ" you just feel the happiness soaking in. How good your poor, old feet feet They wsnt to dance for joy. "TIZ" is grand. "TIZ" instantly draws out all the poisonous exudations which niff up your feet and cause aore, in- named, aching, sweaty, smelly feet. Get a 28 cent box of ,'TlZM at any drug store or department store. Get in- stant foot relief. L*ugh at foot sufferers who complain- Because your feet ara sever, never going to bother or make you limp any mere. Farmers Oil Company. On the 5th day of May 1915, the member of the Parmer's Oil Company organisted for the purpose of dev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 May 1915

m if I:.' ' LCLCLCLCIC iC UCICUCKC iSn3iai3i3i^n snsisov You Will Find Ihem at Our Store A complete line of Base Bail Goods, Fishing Tackle, TrammelNets, Seine, Japanese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. Our Bfe 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. aod we will fill yoororder promptly. ORIOLE Floor Always Schottens Peaberry Coffee- none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Our Hardware Dep't. White and Bloe Enamel ware, large line of Alomi- num ware, Crochery 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 FARMING IMPLEMENTS. i Wt 71 ™r | Personals and Locals. Don'ts For Sick Room. Mrs. Jim Woodson is visiting Any woman ran do a certain relatives in Richmond, Missouri, kind of nursing at a time when i ' it is impossible to have a tr...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

Burleson County Ledger :|Spr Naur* Batabllahad 1884 Consolidated ^hronlcla * I890 fi/Xm* iv iao7 AN NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgwr eatabllshad 1*07 Conaolldatod Pab. 1911 Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, Day 14, 1915 Number 13 A STEADY GROWTH The steady growth of this Rank is an indication of its constantly increasing service. T o afford every customer the promptest attention and the most courteous and efficient service is the aim of our management. 1 hat the public appreciate painstaking, careful banking service is shown by the large increase in our business. The first State Bank Guarantee fund Bank, Caldwell, Texas District Court. Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty end City School Funds. -W. w/ E^A-ISTICXISr ATI'OH N K.V-AT-I - A W ANI> iNO'I'AhV l't HI.IC Office In Ledfcr Bulldlof Caldwell, Texas ~i i J ar Brand Shoes. THE "PATRIOT" Shoes at >4.50 is a better shoe than you have previously bought .it $S.00. V ou can prove it by com: arsinn. Sn...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

I'. S M fftC fe i-' JKm'4 I • m Enás and the Middle. The Retailer—the Newspaper —the Consumer. There you have it—both ends and the mid- dle—and the three working in harmony should make any com- munity prosperous. The one cannot prosper without the other, and neither can meet with suc- cess without the co-operation of the other two. Therefore, to achieve prosperity for this com- munity it becomes the paramount duty of all concerned to work in harmony—to labor to one com- mon end—to protect the homes that give us shelter and to con- serve the interests of the people wbo constitute Ihe community. We may make of this community, a hive of industry and a realm of peace, prosperity and happiness —or we may just drift along with the tide, pick up the crumbs that are thrown our way, and grum- ble because the Lord provides for others and apparently for- gets our existence. It will be as we make it—no other way. The Lord has pro- vided us with intelligence, and health, and energy, and the pow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

"i $Ü ; General Repair Shop I liave opened a general Kb fair 6BOO for Furniture. Paranoic, etc. In fact I <ls anything In the repair line. 1 am agent for the Famous DeLaval Cream Separator; if you need one, see me before bay. I bu.v Cream and pay the highest price for same. J. C. Kleb, Neet to the tin shop, Caldwell Methodist S. S. Notes. By F. H. Hitchcock, Supt. Our School was fine last Sun- day. 215 present, which is the boat attendance we have had; one more than we had on Easter. Four classes reponed all present; Dr. R. J. Savage's, Mrs. D. C. Alford's, Miss Julia Mouzon's and Miss Loula Morgan's. The singing was spirited and the songs appropriate. Class No. 9 selected the songs. After Sunday school, at the regular preaching hour, we had our Children's* Ua.v service. The church had been beautifully de cora ted, and the children went through the little program nice ly. Because of the continued rains, they had not been able to have as much practice as usual, but they did well. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

MricsM CMM| LNier By Th Burleson County Publishing Co. W. H. RANKIN, Mauler. miw< at the po«t©ffto* Caldwell, Ttxas, M lecond-oltM mall matter. Aduertlulng Rates ">ae Insertion ... ¡íOc per inch AH advertising1 run until ordered out. Local readers " i-- ceut* per line each nsertior •*b«cription LJer Year . $1.50 Three months SOc, Six months 75o (Invariably in Advauee.) IN THE BEGfNING-GOD. By Amy Pearl C zby—Im Meani* Demo rat. Mv friend, a gifted artist, wh<■ palette is a dicii ur iy, and w ose colors, rare, expressive wo >) --in other words, my friend wh is a poet, h d ti i !iím! ¡i nnrv-do nneu; and ' as readin it to n e. S 'dden- ly she stopped. "D you i n w," she said, "there is a fascinan n in this work. I take a thought. ernd.% formless and yet beautiful, 1 dia- mond in the rougb; í bu-pe a id poi- k-h it until it sparkles, ast 1v 1 *ti •. in my ritur, and all th<* wori ma see it *t i's best." "In other words ' I -aid "y ou be- C'«¿me a creator, and feel the r ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

Young Friend Poverty I Is No Barrier You Can Succeed The one thing absolutely nec* 4 essary 10 nueces* is the rugged determination that malíes a fel- low grit his teeth, clinch his list, and say "I «'an because I will!" Your place in the wrlod defends no1 tipon circumstances, but up- on you. Whether or not you will attain it hiiih |> asition in the your choice; whether WO I1 if o you will tlM.Mli ; V * * — wages de¡ >ei tt- iou. I'i he wins to th« •t¡ ¡«o" n ou r 1 v* v large °nd the fabric heavy, if may W lemoved uy the applica- tion 01 heat and an ab*or >eitt. Place otting or wrapping paper over «t u under the s|>ot, press a warn, i ton over it. As heat willl 'clutngV- many colors one should ¡ work 1 auuously, holding the iron ! above the goods until the effect! ts not*.I. Any ki.id of coarse] ueal will absorb grease. \ Alter washing quiitVtand coin j while they are sfill on ! but nenrly dry, be<itj i a ctt! >'t beat' !' and1 ),(< wonderfully li-ht ' , that hi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

MMMM w HDB11. . I R RURAL m,g' HSf$* Cooks Point Last Friday waa my first birth day, tor thus it is recorded, my second birthday is also recorded, but I have not seen the record of that birth. 1 received the Ledger as usua it was brim fu 1 jf news and other «reading matter. I noticed lot of it was Oily, it seems that a great many have oil on the brain just now ia Burleson coun ty. One reason is, many folks tbink that all the stinking and nasty water in the county i* caused by oil. I am like a Mis sourian, I want to see the gusli el's, that will settle it with me. I will suggest right now, that il in punching holes to get oil, ga is struck, jerk the auger out as quick as possible and plug tht hole up, tor we have all we need without boring for it, som times when we pass by the generators, we are bored by it, for it continually spirts out to- ward a passer Dy. It is now in order to open up the great bat tie between farmers and "gener- ft preen.'• Let every oue that can fight a lick, s...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

m ó "TIZ"—A JOY TO SORE, TIRED FEi "TIZ" for idling, burning, puff- t ed-up feet and corns or callouses. H Good-bye aore feet, burning feet, awol- len feet, smelling feet, tired feet. Good bye corn*, callouse*, bunions and rtw spot*. No more ahoe tightness, no more limping with pain or your face in agony. "TIZ" ia magioa Irawing up agony. "HZ" ia magioal, acta right off. "TIZ" drawa out all the Caonoua exudationa which puff up the t t'ae "TIZ" and wear amallenahoea. Uae "TIZ" and forget your foot tniaery. Ah! how comfortable you feet feel. Get a 2S cent bo* of "TIZ" now at any druggist or department atore. Don't Buffer, llave good feet, glad feet, feet that never awell. never hurt, never get tired. A year'a foot comfort guaranteed or money refunded. Advertised Letters The following letters remain uncalled for in Caldwell postoffice up to May 13th 1915. When asking for these letters please say advertised: Epherido Cochran, J no. Hurec. Mrs Hattie Sou thai 1. E. T. Oh.er, Postmaster. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 May 1915

ir inri ri n n nfíHfí rr PCTT ftCiCiCiCiC x icLCicuciCLCiciciciCKCicifiicic UllllU lU 111 IJ 111 IJIJUI-J MIJIJ U U1313n3i319lJi JIJIJIJi .ninJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJiJyiJUUi You Will Find Them at Our Store A complete line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tacl le, Trammel Nets, Seins, Japanese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. Our Big Grocery Department. None larger and more up to-date. We want your GROCERY trade. Call in to see us, or use our phone, No. 25. and we will fill yourorder promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always Schottens Peaberry Coffee— none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Wffiifiifitfiaiifi ifitfitfiS Our Hardware Dep't. White and Blue Enamel Ware, large line of Alumi- num ware, Crockery and Glassware. A full 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 FARMING IMPLEMENTS. w W W We want Trade Your lin^ento We will Treat You Right Hon. A. C. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

¡mBNbwÍIÉ N w« Chronli ¡XSo cX>".VlmS'*" AN NEWS-CHRONICLE dgar eai«blt h*d l«0l Conaolldatad P*b. 1011 Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, Hay 31, 1915 Number 13 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 hanking service is shown by the large Increase in our business. The first State Banl^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleeon County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. R^A-lSriCIÜT ATrORNKY-AT-LAW ANDiNOTAhY PUHLIC Office is Letfctr Batidlas Caldwell, Texas 1 I Star Brand Shoes. ■ 1 HE "PATRIOT" Shoes at 54.50 is a better shoe than f you have previously bought at $S.00. You can prove I it by conversion. Snap, style and service—you'll al- ways find them in the "Patriot " We sell the Patriot for me...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

$U ' ■ -la.- # f ma >" <i pi'*'* 5 | ,. Ws , ■V. I ,•«• • Personals and Locals. Methodist S. S. Notes. By P. H. Hitchcock, Supt. j Miss Marie Denison of Marble Falla is visiting at A. 8. Menkie s. ^ were glad to have some of our old pupils with us last Sun-' J. E. Butler and M. B. Parker .day who had been unable to at- :*«««« ******* ******* ****** of Bryan attended court here (tend for several months past. I State Souvenir Spoons. i this week. Miss Lottie Jancik is in Hous ton visiting Miss Carrie Gray for a few days. They appreciate the school and as soon as circumstances permit are b" ok in their places. An even 200 were out Sunday These pleasant Sundays are an invita- tion to everyone to attend the Sunday school and preaching County Clerk R. W. Stanleyof services. Come out next 8un- Giddings was here on business jjay an(j enjoy the services and Tuesday. Miss Leo Womble spent the Isra«l- 2 Samuel 2 1-7 and 5 15 week end in Houston with rela tives. Golden Text: "The Lord is ...

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