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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 August 1915

= J. J, MaresK For Up-to-dats Photographic work. Copying Old Tin Typoo or othor Pictures. I con oovo you monoy on Enforcing ond Framing of largo Portraits. Kodak finishing oloo. All work guorontood. H. F. Womack Cat Down By Death After Long Struggle After a long illness with a complication of diseases, Henry P. Womack died at his home here at 4 o'clock Wednesday morning and his remains were ship|>ed to Somervi lie on the afternoon train and were buried in the cemetery there Thursday morning under the auspices of the W. O. W. Lodge of that place, he being a mem ber of that order. Henry ¡is he was familiarity called by his friends, was an honest, upright, hardworking man and though he has had much sickness and made many moves in recent years try- ing to improve his family health and make something for the future, each time he was com pelted to return to this county, the last time being several months since when he moved here and bought the barber shop of U. M. Perdue, and just as h...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 August 1915

m How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About a Moon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? HTCHELL^LEWISCO MIS. HELL & I BACIlif 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. 28, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE FLOUR always. *Scottens Peaberry Coflee—none better. OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT White and Blue Enamelware, large line of Aluminum ware, Crockery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hard- ware, Oil Cooking Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. OIL STOVES For hot weather, makes summer cooking cool. Let us send yon one ««/• " - ' «ttti We want Your Trade We will Treat You Right y? a? £ w Cotton Raisers Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Owens mo- tored here from Bryan Sunday Elect Delegates and spent the day.the guest of _____ their relatives, the family of The cotton raisers of Burleson F Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. County met in the courthouse T. R- Broaddus. Saturd...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

i5§r m Burleson County Ledger Nmuum Bat«bllah*d IB04 ConBOlldai * Chronlol* * IBOO «"V IS®7 AN NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August ao, 1915 More Men are appreciating the fact they do not have to accept conditions as fixed by forces over which they have no control These men are looking to the morrow for better individual standing and are using the bank account method to assist them in making a more concen- trated effort to overcome their pre- sent. handicap, to improve their financial affairs. If a bank service of this nature would help you open an account with the The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. K>A.N"KIX3Sr atfohvky-at-i-a\v andinotahy pvhlic Office in Ledger Ruildinr Caldwell, Texas i An Old Pioneer , Dies With Paralysis. Andrew Kraemer, aged 77 years, died at his home near Cookes Point last Friday, after lingering several weeks fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

m ■IpiiffM as r MOST TERRIFIC STORM IN HISTORY SWEPT OVER CO. Property Loss Estimated at Thousands ol Dol- lars—No Lost Lives Have Been Reported. Last Monday night one of thejand there are hundreds of dol- worst storms in the history of. lars worth of merchandise dam- Central Texas swept over this ®t?ed by the water. vicinity and continued with its Many of the large beautiful terrific force for about 18 hours, shade trees, which had been not ceasing until Tuesday. It standing for years were broken started with a strong summer dow* and blown up by the roots, norther all day Monday, and The telephone and electric ew-ly in tho night it began to wires were broken in many lín and the wind gradually be- places, badly crippling service come stronger, and finally the the plants, and Manager Saw- gale got so tierce until it shook yer of the electric company and many houses, blowing some of i Lineman Troup Webb of the tel- them partly off the blocks and «phone company both deserve tearing par...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

* : * Methodist Mission- ary Notes. At her residence on Fox street Mrs. B. A. Ellis will be hostess to the ladies of the Methodist church, South, at the regular social meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society, Aug. 24th, at 5 p. in. Now let each of us be in her place and on time to learn more of our great work, as well as, spend a pleasant after noon in sweet converse with friends. Most distressing news comes from our nearest neighbor Mexico. Rev. liobt. Elliott, our missionary in Mexico City, writes that the people are clamoring for food — some living on three toVtillas a day. Coffee is selling at four dollars a |>ound, tea at sixteen dolhys a pound, eggs at twenty-live cents a piece. More Italians live in New York City than in Home. Om out of every five returns to hi.- native land after a few years' residence in the United States. Evangelize him and he returns a missionary. Supt. of Publicity. Card of Thanks. We take this method of ex pressing our sincere thanks t*> all of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

I'-- IF m . • • tef £* SI I ü unhm cmmi Letter PVIV9VI 5 By TH« Barteioo County PabtiihiBi Co. N. W. RANKIN. at the poetoffto* «X Caldwell. Te**a. ■ eecoaé-ctaea nail matter. Advertising i Insertion ** Per inch All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers 11-2 cents per line each aoertion w.ption Per Year Íl*5í) Three months fiOc, Six months <5c (Invariably in Advance.) Smith and Jones stood gassing od a street cornei. A young lady passed by and Smith made a pert remark and both men laughed up- roariously. A few minutes later another lady tripped along and Jones let loose a few verbal show. And then the fight commenced f« r the second lady was Smith s sister. Moral: Think more and talk less. In every town there is always someone that stands back and lets the other fellow do the work. When there is anything doing this fellow never puts up a cent or turns his hand to help things along but, this same fellow is the first to criticise and tell the fellow who does the work how ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

* * DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101—2r. Night Phone 101 3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycnt PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi'ehcock Drug Store. Calls answer- proiiiptlv day or niaht. hay phone 82. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-8tairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-6 U pata ire Opa ra Houae Bldg. Phonea: Office 221, Ree. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS When You go to Marlin, Texas Take Your Baths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The wry best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Bule, M. D. Proprietore. < MMMM 0. Cardanes SHORT ORDÍ& HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. i ' ANCL'AGE MODIFIED BY WAR DRUG PUNTS IN AMERICA Moat Padantie Purists Find Thorn- •elves Unable to Avoid the Changing Metaphors. Language, like almost everything else, is unable to escape from being conditioned and modified by war. Half our best metaphors are taken* from w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

NottRS Bv Rev. M. C. Busnop. Again we take up our pen to •ay a word about the work as we are related to it in Caldwell. We enjoyed our vacation by spending the time in active ser- vio©. We are glad to know of the good work at Gee Springs and that the Baptists cooper- ated in the meeting. Baptists will always do to depend upon It may take more water for them than it doeb for others but when it comes to matters of service they are all right. They ma\ not be able to invite all to thf Lord's table but whenever ii comes to preaching to sinner> they will do to count on. Then1 is a great opportunity at Gee Springs to accomplish much for |he Lord each year in a reviva meeting. You will note . also that the brother who did th preaching did not fail to be plain about sin. The preacher that gets results goes down after the sinner. Men must see that sin is the thing they are committing and not something that you just read about in the Bible. Of coarse folks don't want their little sin spot t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

«4 y, . ■, , fw^w*% •t . ' •' í«- Hethodist S. S. Notes.! By P. H. Hituhrock, Supt. We will be glad when all of our teachers are back in their places again. Teachers of three classes 'were absent last Sun- day, but two of them will be on hand Sunday. We need some substitute teachers. Who will volunteerV Prepare yourself on the lesson so you will be ready if called on. We have just stud- ied about the influence of Jero- boam who made Israel to sin. No one knows how much in- fluence they have. It is a subtle, but great power. How careful we should be to let our lives be influences for good and not for evil. It seems twi&tioie as U .of ñnál^ work for men who h<m> ^Qono. The land will be cut up into it were ea^er to influence and lead otheri/into evil, than to in- fluence theftrfor good. We turn from the study of Jeroboam, King of Israel, to study about Asa, King of Judati. He is a grandson of Rehoboarn and is commended as "doing that which was right in the eyes of tin- Lord.*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 August 1915

' iliffiaiSiffiifiiiiSMitfiiiiifiWHiffiai «KKaiaiMi saws tftfssssssssswsiftfwss s m Si w How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About a Moon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? MITCHELLéi LEWIS CO. BACIlif wis. 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. 28, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE FLCUR always. Scottens Peaberry Coffee—none better. « OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT White-and Blue Enamelware, large line of Aluminum ware, Crockery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hard- ware, Oil Cooking Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. OIL STOVES For hot weather, makes summer cooking cool. Let us send you one toda?. We want Your Trade We will Treat You Right HI Personals and Locals. Mrs. T. R. Broaddus is visit- ing Mrs. P. V. Wright of San Antonio. Joe Kovar has opened up a grocery store in the Struwe building. Jim Hale, who is a local re- porter of the Dallas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

jf '■ - Burleson County Ledger N w establlBhsd Ifg4 Consol«• ti Chronic I* ' * l®00 W«V ISOT AIN NEWS-CHRONICLE Ltdgar t.atabll«h*d 1999 Consolidated F h. lO'l Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August 27, 1915 Number 27 More Men are appreciating the fact they do not have to accept conditions as fixed by forces over which they have no control. These men are looking to the morrow for better individual standing and are using the bank account method to assist them in making a more concen- trated effort to overcome their pre- sent handicap, to improve their financial affairs. If a bank service of this nat ure would help you open an account with the The pirst State Ban^ Guarantee pund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty and City School Funds. Editor Florea and Family Drowned. W. W. ZR^HÑTICIIISr ATTOH NKY'A'M-A W ANIUNOTAHV Pt'HLIC Office in Ledxer Building Caldwell, Texas 1 i J [star Brand Shoes. I * THE "PATRIOT' S1 ts at 54.50...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

h**¿i¿éhí >mi« <•***■. ■ ■ • «.>.*■ . rf . /• -¿.<4ÉMMWÍNMHÍ ■ ■ IHHHHMII : r<* ik| ■SKihíéii Personals aod Locals. J. W. Crawford left Wednes- day for Georgetowu. Master Franklin Matejka went to Cameron Wednesday. Fuller Carroll and wife of Dal- las spent Sunday here with his father. Mrs. R. D. Lang is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Mayor J. A. Gray returned Wednesday from Waco, Lam- pasas and Temple. Mrs. Adtne Heslep and daugh- ter, Miss Bessie went to Austin Tuesday to visit relatives. Miss Elma Da in run has re- turned home from an extended visit to relatives at Temple. L. Seigle is back from the eastern markets where he pur- chased fall goods for his store. H. E. Lewis and wife returned to their home in Somerville Sat- urday after a visit' to relative?* near here. Thomas Scott and Vollie Den- nis have opened upa garage in the building just vacated by tin Caldwell Machine Shop. Miss Ellen Mitchell returned to her home at Gause Friday after a short...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

Baptist Notes ^ Hv Rev. M. C. Bishop. Sunday wah a fine day. A splendid Sunday school and a fairly good sized morning eon gregation, with the evening ser- vice extra large. Many expres- sions of appreciation of the ser- vices of the day. Next Sunday evening we aim to si>eak on the subject, "What would I do if 1 were the devil.'' We would ap- preciate having a full house on this occasion. We do not properly understand "Mr. Devil" or we would not be us easily leci about by him as what we are. The Juniors organized a choir with 20 or more members 8un day afternoon. This choir will aid in the music for the Sunda\ school, v ^ We are dHighted with the at tendance at all the services. Wt ftope the awful destruction oi property from the stoi m will not effect our work. We deepl.v sympathize with all who lost, but hope we will take renewed courage and fight just a little harder. We have many things to do this fall. It will take n double portion of grace to do our full duty in the face of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

m nriesM cwaii tener By Th Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manafer. Hard it ti poetoWo «t Caldwell, Tem. m MCMii'ClaM null matter. Advertising Ratea )m tüwrtioD 20° per Inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers " 1-2 cento per line each naertion _iption Per Year Si.59 Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Do you want better country roads. Tell everybody, and keep on telling and agitating until we get them. Do you feel the need of a little ex- ercise my brother? We suggest the garden; or the weeds around your neighborhood. Artistic young ladies who tire of the modern novel will find amazing- ly interesting reading in the Bible and the 00k book. Watch your tongue, no one but you can take care of that tongue, Your neighbors may wish they could bridle it, but they can't do it. Pity the man who make? vulgar lemarks about respectable women. Such remarks are an evidence ot a weak, perverted and irresponsible brain. I ought to have sense enou...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

i , V V * i f \ DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfflM With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 2r. Night Phono 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi chcook Drug Store. Calls HnHwep- proinptly day or niuht. Day phone 32. night pbone -81 Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upetoirs Opera Houae Bldg. Phonea: Office 221, Rea. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS A. B. GERLAND ATTORNEYAT-LAW National Bank Bld|. CALDWELL, TEXAS. When You go to Marlin, Texas Take Y< >ur Baths at The MARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE Tim vcr.v best service and experienced .ittendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. MOWUM 0. Cardones CHUB SHORT ORD4& HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. V ; 11 'jWoMfeV SAVhl)!111 Save time ami money by usin# the loiin dMatice telephone' Transact business satisfactily without waiting tor reply- Just a turn «>í tlie bell and we <!<>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

Cooke* Point. mmtmmmmm ——11 • OUR RURAL STAFF m ml % KUf,i ■ Chriesman Chato. The storm of last week did no serious dam ¡me in this vicinity, other than blowing down trees, hay and fodder stacKs, except that il wrecked the residence oí J. P. Winkler so bad that it will have to be rebuilt. No one \vas injured as they had gone to a neighbor's only a few minute* before it was wrecked. The col- ored church was also blown off Its blocks, but has been reset 01 its foundation. A protracted meeting is in progress at the Hoskin Spring school house this week, conduct- ed by Revs. Beck and Henson A cordial invitation to all to at tend and assist in the meeting. The families of J. R. ^ewe and A. Love spent last week on the Brazos river fishing, not withstanding they were in th« storm, they fared well and re port having had a nice time Mrs. T. B. Traylor of Dean ville spent last week herewith her sister, Mrs. J. M. Love. Miss Winnie Philp of Cameron visited relatives here for several days. Tom E...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

I ■ * r I ^ J. J, Maresh For Up-to-date Photographic work. Copying Old Tin Typoa or othar Pictures. I can aava you money on Enlarging and Framing of large Portraita. Kodak finishing alao. AH work guaranteed. IDEAS BORN IN THE WEST San Francisco Newspaper Thinks Uttla of Imagination Displayed by ths East. Methodist S. S. Notes. By F. H. Hitchcock, Supt. Like so many western ideaa, the jitney is gradually making its way eastward. It lias reached Philadel- phia, it is an issue in Washington, it is dipping its tires in the surf at Atlantic City. The East never had imagination enough to invent such a simple matter as the jituey. The jitney is merely an illustra- tion. There are no new ideas of any kind in the East, except ideas among a limited circle concerning ways of _ , , , j getting people's money away from I wish some plan could he de- them ,,v We8t jg Arnerica>a vised to get our Sunday school j idea factory. The West can invent pupils to study the lessons. The and popularizo eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 August 1915

w !fi £ w a; tfi s ifi Hi ifi ifi ifi ifi !fi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About a Moon Bros. Runabout? How About a Banner Runabout? MTCHELU LEWIS CO RACINE* WIS. OCR 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 your order promptly. ORIOLE FLOUR always. Scottens Peaberry Coffee—none better. OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT White and Blue Enamelware, large line of Aluminum ware, Crockery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hard- ware, Oil Cooking Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. OIL STOVES For hot weather, makes summer cooking cool. Let us send you one today. 7 We want Trade Your icni^enlin^enfíitó We will Treat You Right ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi Sifiifi-fiifi!fiifiifi!fiifiifiifiifi!fi!fiifiifi!fiifi ifiifiyWSyW ifi^ifiifiifiifiifiWifilfiifitfiSifiifiifiifiifi Personals and Locals. Mrs. E. W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 September 1915

■4 Burleson County Ledger íSSo csr."v0'issva AN NEWS-CHRONICLE L*da*r tatMbll«h*d ISO? Conaolldataa F*b. 1911 Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, September 3, 1915 Number 28 GIVE US A CHANCE This Bank wants your friendship and your confidence. It can obtain neither one unless you give us the chance. We are anxious to please you. Pos- sibly we can't do it, because you know its impossible to please everybody. But we would at least like the chance to TRY. Then if we fall down, its our own fault. Come in and let's talk it over. The latch string is out. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty snd City School Funds. -w. "W". ZR-A-liTIECIIN" ATI'OHNKY-A'l-I.A W AND NOTAhV PVHIiIC Office in Ledge? building Caldwell, Texas Wire Jerks Brakeman From Moving Train. Last Saturday as a H. & T. C., freight train was running thru t the Brazos bottom neat Mum- ford a brakeman named McCar- thy, who was riding...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 September 1915

99 I r 1 -v: Methodist S. S. Notes. A Pleasant Social «y k. h. Hitch<*ock, suPt. Event Friday. Miss Henrietta Etzel was hos- tess last Friday evening at the home of her i>arents, of an en- joyable "42" and Rook party, given in compliment to Mi«s use them in the opening exer Hodges of Denton. The program as prepared by the Missionary committee was used in the opening of the school last Sunday. The committee prepares these monthly and it is our purpose to cises on the la*t Sunday in each month. On that day the school collection will be used for mis- sions. We hope that we may be able t< make these programs in- teresting and instructive, and to do so we must have the eo oper- ation of the school. Now re- member this, and when you are asked to read, recite or sing, on one of these occ asióos, do vot'H BEST; DON'T SHIRK. At the workers meeting Sun- day afternoon, several things were discussed, among others the observance of "Rally Day.' WilJ say more about this later; in the mea...

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