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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

General Repair Ship 1 bftvc opanad a general Kbpaui Shoo for furniture. Parasols, etc. In fact I fl> anything In tin repair line. lam agent for the Ku«miub DeL#val Cream Separator; if you need one, see me before buy. I buy Cream and pay t he highest price f« r same. J.C. Kleb. N«xt to the t n shop, Caldwell I Court Proceedings. On the civil Docket cases are set for trial as follows: T A. Kobins vs T. F. Gilley, May 19th. Tom Burns vs G. C. A 8, F. Hy. Co., May 81st. Jas W. Medley vs G C. & S. F Ry. Co., June 1st J. F. Wright vs G. C. AS. F. Ry. Co., J une 1st. On the criminal docket the following t ases are set for the following dates. ' Tu rner Walton, May 17th, cow theft. Turner Walton, May 17tb, cow theft. Byb Walton, May 17th, cow theft. Bob Walton, May 17th, cow theft. Amos Norcross, May 19th, burglary. Oscar Norcross, May 19th, burglary. John McQueen, May 27th, Assault to commit murder. Jim McQueen, May 27th, As sault to commit murder. Knott Campbell, May 2f th. Theft o...

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 — 21 May 1915

COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION Oouyrttfbi Farm ud Ranch and Hoi land ihhummihhihimimiiiu muihhm BarleiM CoMty PnbU*hiaf Co. W. *. RANKIN, $* «I OsMwaU. T«M, Advertising Ratea 20c per inch Ail advertising run until ordered ont. Loca) readers 7 1-2 cento per line each oaertion toabsenption Per Tear Si.50 Three montho 60c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) A year aeo we t rmed it "livers of blood.'' Today an ocean is inade- quate. A good woman commands a man's respect, but it takes a doll to make bim prance. All the world loves a lover, b t the maiden ioves bim best of ail if his cash holds out. We believe in the spirit of peace, but it will require something more than belief to anchor it down. Failure to advertise is about like setting a bull dog on a customer at your store door. We commend the modesty of Jess Willard. He declines to usurp the whole front page. Whenever a person refers to war as hell, the devil gets right up on his hind legs and objects to the comparison. USE THE HARROW...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

Hofwailow news ► f f (By Grorirr Bingham) r ed forward to with much anxie- ty by Poke. I The Old Miser is getting clos- er each ddy. He would not even loan Dock Hocks enough lard to grease his watch. Rlleck Heiiwanger made the trip to tíouuding Billows this U) drive his yoke of steers into wee^ He heard somebody over the postottice, but failed on sc- ^ there had said something about count of the door being too nar- ! him, but when he got there they row. Th* re have been many! all denied it. Sidney Hocks became intoxi- cated Saturday evening and tried other complaint recently on ac- count of the narrowness of the door at the postottice. Atlas Peck has violated the confidence of several of his wann- est friend and after this it will be a hard matter for him to get a drink oflicker that in any ac- count. He obtained h jug of Hate Smith's Moonlight Reel the Columbus Allsop is on a trade fer two more dawgs, to take up t ie surplus fleas at his house this summer. Poke Eazley is proud that...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

•; .-y^f- v? -'y-k-w-,;•; 4- - ???•> * Pff" •; '■■ •' .;^FV' ' ■* r^" >.t Cook* Point. When I see, read or hear any- thing that 1 balieve to be good, that is calculated to build up that which is right, I feel like laying Amen to ii. For instance I read in the last week's issue of tb© Ledger, two articles that were extra good. The one on subject of both ends and th* middle. And another ui>on the subject of good roads. Botl these articles express my views as good, or better than I could have done; i am heartily in syui pathy with those article**. 1 hope the good roads question will continue to be agitated unt-ii i4 will materialize in real good roads v V ' in this county. I believe in busi nese before pleasure, we neec good roads in this county t< haul the products of the farms to market, and- snch things as we need from market to the farms. We need good roads to j*ide over, upon every Kind oí vehicle, and to walk on. I tell you what I think, that if Burle #on county would...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

ij-tf 1! K s? y • •{* ti ■jir .. j'ihj ■ ni .J l ) tn juh'w1:" *w i lie FEET—AH! 'THE" it gruid for ftehing, iwol- DttStd feet leu, iweaty, calloused or oorna. .Mr Ah! what relief. No more tired feet; no more burning feet; no more swollen, bad smelling, aweatr feet. No more •orenes* in corn , callouMH, bunion*. No nutter what aila your feet or wt)*t under the aun y<m'*e tried without get- ting relief, iuat ua "TIZ." "TIZ" ia the only remedy that drawn out all the j- litonotirt t xudatrona which puff up the feet. "TIZ" cure* your foot trouble ao > w'll never limp or draw up your faee in pain. Your ahoee won't seem tight rd tour feet will never, never hurt or t aore and swollen. Think of it, no m re foot misery, no more agony from «¡urna, callouses or bunions. Cat a 2a cent box at any drag store or department «tore and get instant re- li-f. W«r amalh-r ahoea. Just once t v "TIZ," (!<*t a whoh- vear's foot com- f rt f>r only t«" ta. Think of It. Advertised Letters The folio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 May 1915

IWf ■« FIFIPIF £ IFIF1WP IWPlWWWPIWF ICICICICIC&CICICIC&C _ jJIJI JMIJUMIIIJIJIJKJIJIJIJUIJIJUIJI JIJUIJmJUIJiJI|p You Will Find them al Our Store g A complete line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, TrammelNets, Seins, Japanese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. Our Bid Grocery Department. None larger and more op to-date. We want yoor GROCERY trade. Call in to see os, or ose oar phooe, No. 25. ood we will fill yoororder promptly. 0RÍ01E floor Mw/iys Schottens Peaberry Coffee- none better, JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We want Yoor Trade Our Hardware Dep't. White aod Bloe Enamel ware, large line of Alomi- nom ware, Crockery and Glassware. A loll stock of shelf Hardware, Oil Cook- ing Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. Moon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons. B. F. AVERY FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We will Treat Yoo Right Personals and Locals. Miss Margante Holand of Lam- pasas was a guest of Saui Mur- ray and family th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

Burleson County Ledger N iw Batabllshad IfJi Chronlel* IO0O Conaoild«l d May ISO 7 AN NEWS-CHRONICLE L dg*r fcl*l<ibll«h*d IS01 ConaoHdaisd Pab. IOII Volumne XfCXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, Hay 38, 1915 Number 14 The demand of the day is that a man shall be judged by his efficiency, by what he accomplishes, and not by what he claims he can do. Not always but usually his ability to accomplish is judged by the care he uses in con- serving his income, his accumuation. This bank cordially welcomes ac- counts of earnest men, men who want to get ahead, men who realize they could accomplish more if they only had a start. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund BanK Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. .w. w. ATTOHN MY.AT.LA W AND iNOTihV PtJKUC Office is Ledger Baiidinc Caldwell. Texas 1 .J Star Brand Shoes. I THE "PATRIOT" Shoes at 54.50 is a better shoe than ■ you have previously bought at $5.00. You can prove it by c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

í. vim*M " ; W, SWP.WT. § # "Ml1 " — "* ii|¿|',' JWW"-" rr^wv - Miss Hallie Harris returned home Tuesday from Huntsville. ^ A Secial. I At the hour appointed, be*! tween thirty and forty had as-1 sembied at Mrs. J. Louis Gid-1 dings to particípate in the Pro- ~ , , , , , gressive Missionary Talks-a! Will Rundzieher and family * , . novel way of presenting these have moved to Thrall whei'tj they Arthur Perkins has returned from a few weeks sojourn at Whitney. will make their home. facts There were live tables each _ with rtowers and things to rep- Por Rent—The Henry Gregg , residence. Apply to G. W. resent the different countries - Grant. tf Miss Louise Wotipka, who is teaching school in Houston, came up and spent Saturday and Sun- day with home folks. The city has made a contract t> get gravel from Bell county to put on the streets and it will be gin to arrive in a few days. Miss Senada Smith, who hat. been leaching school in Bellville for the past year, returned home Saturday to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

Baptist Note* | Bv R«v. M. C. Buhop. The long talked o! meeting in the church will begin next Sun- |g day morning. Rev. J. C. Bur- kett of Abilene will do the preach- ing. When you «ee, or hear him once you will need no further in- troduction, neither will you need to be asked to come to the ser- vices. He is a pleasing, as well as a forceful speaker. We are abiding by the feelings of the people as to a special singer. The folks want to do the singing and of course wo will want them todo it. So each one may begin to practice Hinging for the meeting. We invite the same practical co-operation of all the church people as well as the business men of the town and community. 1 We will expect each member of this church to assume his rightful place in thene services. I If Yor believe that salvation is a good thing to have, we invite you to offer it to others. These special services are held for the benefit of the church and tin- town. If you are interested in either, we insist that you come...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

¥¿ THE MaN AND THE HOUR. mnnmiimniiiiniiiMiiiinmw By Th« Burleson Coaaty PvMiskiag Co. W. W. RANKIN. at Dm «I CWivatt. Twum. Advertising R«t*s Insertion - per inch All tdvertlilDK run until ordered ont. Looal readers 7 1-2 cento per line each aaertion (■bsenption Per Tsar Si.50 Three mouths 80c, Si* months "5c (Invariably in Adranos.) All ibe rulers claim they were forced into the war. No one has yet offered a reward for the fallow who did the forcing. A man in love for the first time often wonders what has struck him. The same feeling usually as- sails the woman a few years after marriage, The latest thing in an alarm clock is a contrivance that emits a honk making the sleeper think he is in front of an automobile. And be gets out of bed with a single jump. You often bear the remark from some man that he would give a hundred dollars to have a nice tree in his yard. Not all of them stop to think that there is a way to put a nice tree in the yard. Large sized trees can be replanted a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

I'I i ■■ DR. T. L GOODNIGHT M13KIAII ANDSUMEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101—ir. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. Hogwallow News J. B. Honeycnt PHYSICIAN Office in dtone A Hrohcook Drug Store Calls answer- promptly day or night. f>«y phone 82. nifrh: phone -.81 aldwell, Texas Dunk Botta, Regular Correepondent. (Hy Gtorjev B n^hatn) A periscope has been installed I his new fly trap DR. F. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Poet Office Phone No. 44. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upstairs Opera House Bldg. Phonos: Office 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS Miss T. A. MAT EK REGISTERED NURSE Terms Reasonable. Phone 204, Caldwell, Texss When You go to Harlin, Texas Take Your Bulfr.s at The HARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. on top of the Hog Ferd moon shine still. Haz Harlow sunk a canoe b< longing to the Depity Constable, j in Gander creek, yesterday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

gtmmm i OUR RURAL jUwwiwnn"1"111 " mtmm Ckricuntn. Through and oversight on our part, our communication did not reach you last week. However we will try to get in on time this week. The "oil well" proposition we mentioned a few weeks post, seems now to be an assured fact An oil company was organized, officers elected and everything is being done that can be to start the busings off as soon a.* possible. The drilling machinery arrived Monday, and will be put to work as soon as everything can be gotten ready for the start Hope we can be able in the neai future to report a big gusher. The little infant of Mr an( Mrs Jack Spratt, died S«mla> and was buried in the Chries man cemetery Monday evening Rev. W. 8. Stokely conducting the service. The bereived par ents have the sympathy of theii many friends their sad be- rievement. A message was received here last week by relatives, announc- ing the death of Mr. Alexandei Wood, of Mission, who for manj years was a highly respecte< citize...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

I I * tf' I I I USE IB" FOB SORE. TIRED FEET "TIZ" for puffed-up, aching, smarting, c&llouaed feet and oornt. Good by torn feet, burning feat, swol- leu feet, smelling feet, tired feet. Good-bye rom*, callouses, bunions and raw upóte. No more shoe tightness, no wore limping with pain or drawing up your face in agony. "TIZ*' is magical. mU right off. "TIZ" draws out all tho Cisonous exudations which puff up the rt—the only remedy that does. Use "TIZ" and wear smaller abosa. Ah! how comfortable your feet will feel. •TIZ" is a delight. "TIZ" is harmless. OH a 2« cent bo* - f "TIZ" now st any druggist or department store. Don't suffer Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never gat tired. A year's foot confort guaranteed -or money 'refunded. • J. J, Maresh For Up-to-date Photographic work. Copying Old Tin Typee or other Picturee. I can mvo you money on Enlarging end Fremint of lergo Portrait . Kodak finiehing eleo. All work guerenteed. General Repair Shop t h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 May 1915

m You Will Find Them at Our Store A complete line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Trammel Nets, Seins, Japanese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, !ish or hunt. Our Big Grocery Department. Nose larger and more op to-date. We waot your GROCERY trade. Call io to see os, or ose oor phone, No. 25. and we will Oil yoororder promptly. ORIOLE Floor Always Schottens Peaberry Coffee- none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We want Yoor Trade MMeníúsMeéáú Our Hardware Dep't. White and Bloe Enamel Ware, large line of Alumi- 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 FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We will Treat Yoo Right Personals and Locals. Doty of Debtor to Creditor. a guest of relatives here the put week. Mrs. J. E. Ezell of Snyder is visiting her parents, P. J. Wo* tipka and wife. Miss Marvin 8cott returned from visiting ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 June 1915

I Burleson County Ledger jgl N*wa Bal«bllah«cl I8B4 Co nao ti <*•(•< Chronlcl* * * IBBO Way 1807 A IN NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladg*r B*iabll h*d l«97 Conaolldatad Pato. IOII Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, June 4, 1015 Number 15 demand of the day is that a man shall be judged by his efficiency, by whit he accomplishes, and not by what he claims he can do. Not always but usually his ability to accomplish is judged by the care he uses in con- serving his income, his accumuation. This bank cordially welcomes ac- counts of earnest men, men who want to ¿Tet ahead, men who realize they could accomplish more if they only had a start. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund BanK Caldwell, Texas Dafoeitory 'or the Burleson County Funds snd Coun- ty end City School Funde. Caldwell and Hearne Each Take a Game. w. "w. :R,A.:isr:K:i:Nr ATTORNRY.AT.LAW ANDiNOTAhV PtTBIJC Office is Ledger Bsiltfisr Caldwell. Texas Star Brand Shoes. THE "PATRIOT" Shoes at #4.50 is a better shoe than...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 June 1915

Personals tod Locals. J. R. Heslep W. G. Hundley and family qf Temple are here visiting latives. re- For Rent residence. Grant. -The Henry Gregg Apply to G. W. tf Dabney Williams Edna is visit- ing the family of his father C.8. Williams. W. W. Searcy of Breuham attended district court here a few days this week. Mrs.J. H. Kozar and children from Snook are visiting the family of Joe Krenek. „ VT. . . „ i Hon. J. R. Heslep of this city, Vasor Nix returned Monday * t 1 4. m 1 - in an Austin sanitarium at morning from a trip to Taylor. 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning and the remains arrived here on the Tango that same afternoon. The funeral was conducted at his residence at 4 p. m. Wed- nesday, the services being con-, ducted by Rev. C. U. McLarty and the remains were laid to rest in Masonic cemetery an hour later under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias and the Woodmen of tbt World! There was one of the largest corteges in attendance at the funeral and burial that has ever been seen a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 June 1915

i 111 .. """ 1 ■ General Repajr Shop 1 huve opened a general Kkpaih Shop for Furniture. Parasol , etc. In fact I fix anything In the repair line. 1 am agent for the Famous DeLüvai Cream Se| araU r; if you need one, ee me before buy. 1 bu.v Cream and pay the highest price tor name. J. C. Kleb, Next to the t n shop, Caldwell — M íhh Bess Keese of Houston is visiting friends in the city. M rs. J. W. Brown of Beeville is here visiting relatives. Miss Henietta Etzel left Mon- day morning for Huntsville to attend the summer session of the Sam Houston Normal. Mr. Printice of Beaumont, an expert horseshoer and black smith, ha taken charge of and opened the Broad dux shop 4ieai the Santa Fe depot. He is also an expert in repairing oil well machinery. Give him a trial on your horseshoeing. In a difficulty at Somerville Thu rsday morning Aubrey Smith shot C. B. Turner three times after he had been assaulted with a «tick by Turner, who attacked Aubrey three different times in 24 hours. Smith ac...

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

County Pubttfbinf Co. W. IV. ftANIUN. at the at Ca*w U. Texm*. Advertising R«t « imertioD - - 10c p®' inch All ftdvertistng run until ordír ' ont. |yo«>tl readers 7 t-2 cento per line wch naertior fabeeription p«r Ysar Si.50 Three months 60c, Sii months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) THE CHRYSALIS. — 0 Amy Pearl Cosby in Hearne Dem wrat Have you a little fairy itryour home? (No, I am not adverting soap!) And bave you an overgrown son, whose turned up nose takes on an extra coat of fivck'es at tbia time of year, aud who uever seems to know just what to do *ith his hands and f«*et when, by a« cident, he finds himself "in company ?" And does the little fairy wear the daintiest of frocks, and recite seulfully "The Wreck of the Hes- perus/' and the "Death of the Flow- ers?*' And do you sometimes feel a tear creep down your care seamed chuck, as she sings the old songs for you in her plaintive, childish voice, or strokes your hair and kiss- es yon, as you h« ]d her in your arms, in the s...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 June 1915

m -i' 4 v y % % DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURtiEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Pluma 101 - ¿r. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office in aton* & Hi cheock Drug Store Calis answer- proinptlv day or niyht. I>h> phone82. nigh' phone '81 aldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Dr. 6. F. £ckhardt DENTIST Office Houra 9-8 Upatalra Opere Hauaa BM|. Phoaaa: Office 221, Raa. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS Miss T. A. MAT EK REGISTERED NURSE Tanna Reaeonakle. Phana 204, Caldwell, Texaa Whan Yau fa ta Marlin, Texas Take Your Huthi. at The NARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. P. H. Rsgsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bule, M. D. Proprietors. 0. Cardones « : CHLB SHORT ORDfiR HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. Save time and money by using the long distance telephone" Transact business sntisfactily without waiting for reply. Just n turn of the bell and <ve do the rent. Connected with all p...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 June 1915

WfW fiflM jaiw f "'"* - . i ! ?=> IR R Brymer Brief*. Cooke* Point A good rain feil in this section Ag j djd n()fc report last weekt j Saturday night which will he a benefit to growing crop*. Miss Minnie Mae Moore left Friday for Sail Marcos where she will attend the normal. Mrs. Annie Lucas and dangle tejr, $!iss Annie, of Rosebud art visiting relatives here. Mrs. T. W. Parkhill 6f Cente. *Point was visiting here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Martin and chil dren of near Fort Worth is hen visiting her mother, Mrs. J. Jri Dunaway and family. The Methodists held their Aft I Sunday meeting h?re at th- Chappel, tlie services beginning Friday night and continuing h appointed hours until Sunda. night; the following preacher- being present) Rev. Hauck o Rockdale, Rev. T^edbetter of Lex ington, Rev. G. C. Cr.ive.v o Giddings. Rev. Daily of Lex ington. J. E. Dunaway and family o the Hookerville community at tended church here Sunday. Grandma Crawford was visit ing relatives in the Seco...

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