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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 August 1911

r; f . r % 9 mm * \r m V,4 >cal anb personal § i)i ftappcniiujs W. __ of the inooIt. * Bkirtu, KkiftH and skirts—Fagan, Fok Sale.—One ihree months old three fourths Jersey bull ettlf. Apply at ilic Ledger ottiee lien Curl i n of Holly Grove, ArkauasiiH. visiting his uncle li. (,J. Curlin. August Rusk y and wife who have been visiting relatives here returned to Cleburne Sunday. .Miss Muil Ma honey was up from Soinerville Sunday to visit home folks. > Mrs I!. Collins returned home Sunduy after visiting her son. Dr. John ColiiusOf Wes'.ton. FOOD FOB 0UTIH0 TRIPS Corn Pone It Favorito With Ono Im- port, Who Tolls How to Mako It. You may have your own idea about grub for short trips, but here are mine: Bacon, corn pone, tea, rice, Erbswurst, sugar, salt, pepper. To make the com pono I mix at home, before starting, one quart of yellow granulated corn meal, one pint of white flour,on'>half cup of sugar, one teaspoonful of ¡salt, four teaspoon- fuls of baking powder. In camp it sho...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 August 1911

400 Pieces Glassware On Sale Saturday, 10-15- and 20c Val vies For 5 cents I. 1. KELLY 1 Next to Postoffice LOCAL AND PERSONAL Water V e.'ner has a job as clerk for T. 1\ Gi'iey. l)r. B. O. Lean weut to Temple Tuesday on professional busi- ness. Stole Hors: ¿ni Sadile. Wednesday night of last week a darkey borrowed the horse and saddle of Lou Nash of (he Brazos bottom, to ride to preach- ing at Willow 1 ollow 1 aptist church where he atteuded ser- vices that night. That w as the last Lou knew of his horse and saddle till Simday when they were locatcd here. It seems the darkey lost what little religion he might have received at church and came on here where he sold the saddle to Polioik und Macat for the sum of$-l and then turn od the horse loos to browse as best he could. The animal was taken up the next day. On Sunday George Smith, colorea, identified the saddle and horse and they were remrnsd to the owner. The guilty patty had not been arrested a' last ac- counts. YOU CAN NOT TAKE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 August 1911

Wmi Hix Hints. OUR Brymer Briefs. CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. The cotton crop in this county wwmitw m« Gookes Point. ^ in now verv promising, and the caterpillars will .eave The weather out this way is j 'plie election is over, thank getting pretty hot and dry, and goodness, arid we have no kick ii good rain would ben welcome I coining; as to it* results in this visitor. section. Kvery body is quiet, The cotton crop will not turn and attending to business as out as well ¡is was at lirst ex-' though then* had been no dee- pened, though some fields will, lion; that's the way t)'.hi. yield better thun lust year. ! John Sherrill. mid family re- There ia a great deal of the turned recently from a visit to eolton that will be about ill) per Dragos County. They tool; in cent leas than it was last year. ¡the Farmers Congress while in The protracted meeting at ¡ that County. thH place t I'orler's Chapei) clos- Noah Stockton, ui itlier, nnd «ISunda nigh', with fourteen his f unily of Brazos Count...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 August 1911

We Have the Goods and Want to Sell fou i rnmmmmmmmmwmawsmm Our Price DROP IN TO SEE US Are Right and Ovir Service Good MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME WHILE IN TOWN $g * St st -h. (■ Moon Bros, and Bauner Bug gies a car just unloaded. Waukegan Wire, Elwood Hog Feucing, Galvanized Roof- ing, Gi liners' Supplies. Belt- ing, Piping, Pipe Fittings and Packing. FULL STOCK GROCERIES One Car Seed Oats on Hand. Fresh Turnip and RapeSeed Pearl Onion Sets to Arrive in time Chef Cooking Oil, fine and cheap 50 per cent cheaper than lard. Try it and see" New Perfection Oil Stoves International Stock Food. Oriole Flovir Always Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons Full Stock of General Hard- ware. - - - We want Your Trade St Ist S& St St st St St St st st St st St St St St St St We will Treat lou Right S^ Si ) Sunday nijrlit Victor Collet ai d L. Seigle leTt Sauirdny tiiyht , TOWN TOPICS. S ¡Mrs, Alaa Vinson were unite l, for St. Louis and points in th-' in marriage by Justice of tin? North and East to se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

N*wií Kaliibllshed IQ84 Connolldnted Chronicle • • ■* ifJOO May I8Q7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L-orík«>r eatnoilahed 189 7 Conaoild iic a Feu, 19 I Volumnc XXVII ! I IIHUiiMI ll H & MI MM € ♦♦♦ OUR BUS1IMETS 13 + ilBAINKING! Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, August n, 1911 Oil M'Il Makes Run. Number 33 y \ Our bank has prosper d with th tim s Its methods are such as to meet today's requirimeii s. We s >llcif your busi- ness on the basis of meritorious service. The one sure way to save money is by depositing it with a responsible bank that is a sure way to prevent it from burning holes in your pockets. We would like to have your bank account whether large or small. Absolute safe- ty, excellent service and courteous treat- ment are among the good things for which this bank is noted. the First State Bank Of CaU.'wctf, Ztoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING • $# ♦ MM UMIIIIWIMMMMMMMMMMMI There's Really "Nothing Doing" so fur an mosquito and other insect MU** nrii co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

fP'; TOWN TOPIOB. Mhi Delamater Enter- tains. rightly the mtlljw moon light fell upon a merry crowd, when on Monday evening. Mis lay DelamaUr ei.tertnined in honor of Miss Nora Mau!di.i, of 8m Angelo. The gue&ts gath- •red on the lawn ami whiicd away the hours in pleusaut con- versation. A dainty ico course was serv- ed by Miisess Lucy Fagan and OCenia Smith. Those who enjoy- ed Miss Delamater's hospitality were, Miseees Cade, Jnekins Hensleo, Smith, herbsrt, Har- vey, Fagan, Stokes, Simpson and Morgan, and, Messrs. Oli- ver, Hate , Bowers, Parkhill, Schiller, Atkinson, Stone anil Cromar tie. The out of town guests were M sses Alan Id in, of 8an Angelo, am) Harnett, of Davis, Oklahoma. Messrs J. Lewi*, oí Navasota, Henry Rhody and Tu:ker, of Bryan. MMNMiMiM Last Callón Summer DressGoods Bit.' Reduction '. in '. Seasonable .' Dress floods Our regular 10 and I2£c fancy batistes and fig. lawns going now at * I A line of r 0c linen tissues in stripes ana plaid at per vd .. Oluett P ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

'"VC y,'í «>*' i( an6 personal ■ J. happenings W of the mccfe W "B v, W, E. Sliive, of'San Autonio, was a visitor here this \ { M¡m Lillian Wotipka has re- turned irouj an extended visit ta relativo at Plum. It. 8. Bower? left yesterday for Pecos City to b* if one about a week on legal business. Mix# Willie Parmer, <*f Ainaii!- lo, arrive i tlie'tiNt of the «leek to spend nome time with rel- atives. Miss Kate Dickworth, who has bo ! teaching in Sweetwater for the past year, has ret urned home. Mrs. A. Brandenburg who IttiH on a U>a d.tv's visit to friends hero roturiiedjTue*d y to Brown woe!. Misáis Matul Alexander, %-dd* an J Blanche Healep and Glenn Healep returned Tuesday from Galveston where they sp°nt t«'ii da vs. T. F. <«illey this wool; had the iron front of his store painted blue while the br!ck work was painted rod and neatly penciled in while. Tuesd«y U. 8 Bowers sold to It. U. Kelly two acres of land by t it school house for SmO ). Mr. Kelly will in the. near ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

m, ,7^ 1 'W;, ■ f# 1 Ji lH| ltl|cf By Th« County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Entered at the postoffice at Caldwell. Texas, as second-class mail matter. Citgtion By Publication. d w r*li One Insertion Ing R«t«a 20e per inch PER MONTH The following number of indies must be used Meekly to obtain the monthly rate IU>9% Inehs «Oc per inch lOtoaO 44 50e •' 30 to £0 " , 45c " SO to 100 44 1 ..40c 44 All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers five cento per line eaeh insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature cliarged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year- $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Presbyterian Revival. E©>, Tlev J. M. Lewis, of Navasota, and Dr. T. C. Johnston, Evange- ]ist of Brazos Presbytery, began a revival meeting in the Pres- pyteiian church here Sunday and samo has I«-^eti in prog vss all the-week with, rjjod- a't-nd- .y- anco. * being "ornuiunity prop) dainfirt and 111 <* deceased Charged Sa.idlc Theft...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

w. w. Itunkin ami K. 13. J tow tland Ru<le a business trip to ■fiomervilltf the lust of the week. T\. ¡Ipr Vinccnt Leahilrer Saturday front a trip to the cot ton carnival at Galveston. Jesse Garrett and wife left for Mineral Wells Suuday to spend a wfeek recreating. 'V- MUs Jessie Wotnack left Sat- urday to visit friends and rel- atives in Austin. Mrs. E. (*. Heslep and little neice. Bertha Wnllaee, >f San Mdrcow, left Saturday to visit in RcK'k'lale. Miss May Blu: knell b"or) vi.dtinv relati' friends hero returned t' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Km-" who h.tvo b -en v if ¡ting in * iti • o si i * y i- 't:¡:a *d who has vs and > Temple Hudson !•••: 11 i Vt N 1 •> T'^Tl • A sinking incident occurred late* ly during the voyage of the liner Miihcno from \cw Zealand to Aus- tralia. The ship encountered had weather, and a strong gale made the parage anything but a pleasant one. When Hearing Australia the passen- gers had a terrifying experience. Suddenly at midnight a huge wave, wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

, wm k • GLASS! Syrup IMtchara W uter Fitchera Cov'd Dishea Cake Sta id* Butter Bowla Sugar Ditthea Worth 25 k 35 eto. SALE Satarday New far 10 ft 15cts. t itful Entertainment. The young ncen of the Cald- well 6amp of 1911 were eager with delighted curiosity when carde were received to the open* ing of the "Harvey House" on Thuraday evening, August 5th. Arriving the interejr was en- livened by the prospect of a It wn fete pretii'y arranged todo thn;i honor by tho youug ladies. Strings cf Japanese lanterns lighted the lawn, which was so peculiarly suited to the occasion. Melodious music furnished by the Caldwell orcheatra, made perfect the scene and created iu tlija heart of each one a f ^ljajr enchant- ment. from the soft strains^, the orchestra struck up "Casey Jones" which caused anticipation of something livelier. Partners were formed and a line of march began across the lawn to a place where an elegant dinner was served on a table representing the one our own boys prepared for o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

P5 v ® qRa? -*v OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS*! ^twwwtmi IMHI w wtwi—tiim w/ Chriscman vT«*o revival meeting <;( liev. G. C. Cravy, which has been in | iron re is here for the pant week in*still being continued. A lur¿e anüienee is present at e$ery evening torvioe. Much \ interest is being manifested, and • number of mlditiona to the «.-Huroh hue bee:i secured. The firat bale of cotton for this fcfttison was received Tuesday. lb was grown by Mr. Frank li trick. Mr. and Mis. W. Iv Matejow- eky 5s visit inir relitivee in Fay- ette county. Mr. ar.«l Mr.- . W. K. Johnston nod Mr. Mrs. Oily llill of Bell county is vi-itin^, relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. T- B. Tray lor spent several days in Galveston. Mrs. C. C. Cravy nnd children < f Lyons visit I'd friends here last week. Mrs. gal! :<> liubisori, of Mil mo cpenl several days with relatives here, !a>t wee.1 Miss Myrtle Weyand, of Lyons vis ted friends here la*t \\ee'(, i Brymer Briefs. . \ i The dry hot winds still con tiaue a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1911

-t ífP^i wáí i We Have the Goods and Want to Sell You Our Pricet DROP IN TO SEE US, Are Right and Ovir Service Good 5SAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME WHILE IN TOWN * t Moon Bros, and Bauner Bug gies a car Just unloaded. Waukegan Wire, El wood Hog Feucing, Qalvanized Roof- ing, Ginners' Supplies, Belt- ing, Piping, Pipe Fittings and Packing. FULL STOCK GROCERIES One Car Seed Oats on Hand. Fresh Turnip and RapeSeed Pearl Onion Sets to Arrive in time Chef Cooking Oil, fine and cheap 50 per cent cheaper than lard. Try it and see* New Perfection Oil Stoves International Stock Food. Oriole Flour Always ! Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons Full Stock of General Hard- ware. - - - - We want Your Trade ^|onii^en£in^enlinb We will Treat Yoo Right %wwwwvmwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwiM. New Hotel Management. W. 8. Farley and family have moved tere from Mineral Wells and ore domiciled at tbe Cald- well House which in the future will be under tbe management of Mr. Farley who is a clever gentlemen and experienced hotel ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

•, >-d- * *'-* ■■;•.,■ ' •' ' :■• ••••>«. , ! -v . • rleswm (Etmntjj £f&ger. csswsusr-wt-jfss ^skswsv" AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L«dg«r BstabltaHad IM7 Conaolld«i*c« P*b. IOII luttine XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, August 18,1911 Number 24 UIE U/ANT YOUR ACCOUNT We want your account because we want to; do business with all our people, believing that ¡ we offer every facility for prompt and proper ! business*. the opening f] RAILROAD ASSURED. Route for Right-of-way Ac- cepted and Abstracts to Same Being Pre- pared. There must be a beginning-do not postpone i of an account simply because of the \ smallness of your first deposits. Your account,! ^however small, will receive the same prompt; and courteous consideration we extend to our ; many large depositors. the First State Bank Of Ca Id watt, Tttxas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINE6 3 THAN BANKING i ■¿siitMiinmm ihihimiiiiihhmmmiiiiihiI *We Volunteer . this chiv, aii w « «lo every other diiy in the veiir, to K'vc >°"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

TOWN TOPICS. J The Caldwell cotton seed oil ill started for the seasons run Weinesday morning Now that the fleecy staple is beginning to open at a liver* rate watch businet-s grow. ■r-v"' W** Theie was a pretty «rood shower of rain hero Tuesday afternoon, enough to lay the «Mist good and cool the air. Miss Ruby Scott his gone to spend the rest of the month with friends and relatives in Rosen- berg and (ialveaton. Try looking after your own business affairs and let others alone aud see how much better you get along. Do you duty as a citizen by putting your premises in a sani- tary condition, and the then keep them that way. Edgar Rowland and wife left Monday niglit for Troupe where they will in the future make their home. mi M SHI F On- Summer - Foot-Wear August 14-th to 31st a a n j « « OUR Regular Prices. Any pair low cat shoes in ¿U P6r l/6Ill Uli the store. Remember that 20 per cent off is equal - to 25 per cent on, and that 25 per cent is what you really save in the price on thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

"•i'.';'*-* .. ■ ':■ •*/ ■ f ■ • i > PK0 3RAM of The Burleson Cour.ty, Tea.-hers Institute to be held in the High School Building at (laidwell, Texas. September 4 to 8th. 1011. lMKICCl IONS. The antuml Institute for white tetich- <srH Is hereby culled to meet in the Caldwell High School Iluthlinji Sep- tember -4th 1«>11 • at <> o'clock a. m., und will continue in session for five •lays. Beginning with Tuesday monnnjr, the Institute shall divide into three sections each forenoon. The conducto here appointed will preside and carry out the programs at ull meetings of their reiijiective sect- Ions. Th 'four class leaders or tetehern «f ench section will each plan and con- 4lui t aTesson each day in their respect- ive ütlbjüOUi. This work should be planned and well prejare ! liefoi e com- inji to the Institute, livery mender of the section', is cspected t-i be pre- pared to take p; t in these lesM.ns. Tile Ct:is> leude■ are not e.\ n led t" «lo all of the work. Ask ">...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

, -i I !. By Tha Burleson County Publisliiac Co. W. W. Í ! En ten-d at the post office at Caldwell. s 1 t* seconé class mail matter. d j & .-¿J ! k Ratea One Insert i un „4, 20e per Inch f inch I v to (ilitaln 1 PER MONTH The foHowlag number must be uimhJ w ei niont lily rata 1 u> fH4 fitch* HOc por inch 10 to 3) •• &*• •' " M) to 59 " .. 4óe " " ¿0 to UK) " 4< K; •' " All advertising run until ordered o*it. Local readers five «ente per line each insertion. Cards of tliasks, resolution of reopect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Citation By Publication. THE STATU OF TKXAH. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Burleson County—Greet ine: yoi; a hi: heküíbYCom hand Kl> that, by making publication of this citation in some news- paper, published in the County of Burleson if thorn be a news j paper published in enid comity, j (but if not, then in the ucuvs ! 1 county where a newspaper i* published) for eight wwka pre- vious to the retu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

STREET NAMED FOR GLOVER 1 axxb personal happenings of the trech Extravagant Praia* of Miaa Dora Proved tho Undoing of tfio Ardent Wooor. a m. s. Bowern ho return©! a trip to Peco3 City on business. Vernec Kant* an i wift* <>f t/hi ití-ituau, visite.) rt liit vea here fíatimlay uud Suuiay. II. Liebertuan tm«l wife won I i<> D.tllas Sunday night to buy goods for their store. Mrs. W. G. Hundley and baby returned to Temple Monday af- ter a visit to relative8 berc. Prof. W. W. Lackey, who Iuik been visiting the family of his parents her *, returned to Mid- land Monday. Mi <« i ' lia 1. i* bean v i-ii iiiii t-'.v Ifolik j> nm 1 t tin y. tv*kv wiio iiüí ill!!)' off*.! ('micron Mon "Do you rosily mean it, Mr. Rpooner, when you say.I nm 1 lie best girl iti the world?" asked a young lady of an ardent admirer. "Indeed f do, Dora," responded the your? man. "I say it Higa in— you are tho bes1 girl in the world." "Ain! ih<- loveliest, 1 think you said ?" •'The loveliest witho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

SIS i GLASS! Syrup IM tellers Winter Pitchers Cov'd Di-dies C- We Stands Butter Bowls sugar Disties Worth 25 & 35 cts. our Sale Saturday w for 10 & 15cts. H. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice | I (ocal anb personal ,1. ©appenings ()j of the roeeh- W a iMaagaHgaM «i«nii Hay—for sale 30 cents a bale. See Oscar Windel at Windel's barn. Mrs. H. E. Urbantkn and lit-io son, Mí'rvin, of Lexington, are visiting J. (V Kleb and family. FOOD FOR OUTING TRIPS Wanted—At once a Bohemian or Gercran lady to cook. Ij.J. Polansky, M iss Ruby Ilubbyof Waco is a guest of Mr and Mrs Harry Hudson this week. R.8. Newsom, of t he Braz >s bottom, was here on business Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Brett of Vance, Miss- issippi is visiting the family of J. W. Scott and other relatives in this county. Prof. Louis Smith and wife and Miss Ruby Smiih, of Cor- sicana. visited Prof. ,J. M. 8mith and wife the first of tin week. Ben Bell of Beaumont, arrived the first of the week to visit the family of his father, Commi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

J IMIMM H WMMia tt f M i OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS, j min«wi<i<iiwmaP rfHtrWAY Gookes Point. Hot, holer, hotent; Oí for n wetter and a cooler. Texas is the liotest and the coldest, the wettest, the dry est, has more deep wells, and leas water; liioiei, cows, and less milk, more' preacher , and less pure and un- defiled religion, than any 8tate this siue of old Mexico. Some sickness in this com fnuuity just now, nothing serien* that 1 know of. Tho meeting rto.<ed at the Mi>thodi*t Cliurr* Sunday, no addition to the c hurch. Mrs. I'l, Slierrill has returned from am extended vi--.it to her children at Clenvetund. it. L. Spiller ( f College Stat ion, visited our community Sat lirdtiv and Sunday. John Nuulcy of Robertson County, is \ ¡siting in this sec- tion this week. The p<-ipU> an- moving their cotton in a hurry from the tields to the g ii, and to market in tl.is sei:iijn, at the present ra'e, if wont be long untill it will r.ll i.e gathered ami aoid> Look out f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1911

!Tv ^ ^ We Have the Goods and Want to Sell You Our Pricei* Are Right and Ovir Service Good DROP IN TO SEE US, MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME WHILE IN TOWN m Moon Bros, and Bauner Bug- gies a car Just unloaded. Waukcgan Wire, El wood Hog Feucing, Qalvanized Roof- ing, Oinners* Supplies. Belt- ing, Piping, Pipe Fiftíngs'lind Packing. FULL STOCK GROCERIES One Car Seed 0at5 on Hand. Fresh Turnip and RapeSeed Pearl Onion Sets to Arrive in time Chef Cooking Oil, fine and cheap 50 per cent cheaper than lard. Try it and see* New Perfection Oil Stoves International Stock Food. Mitchell and Old Hickory Waiwis Full Stock of General Hard- Oriole Flo\ir Always ware. - - - mi m We want Your Trade ^¡¡Sint^enfein^enKnh We wOI Treat You Right ^ ■n Sfc mwwwwwwwwwwwwwwmmwwmwm. TOWN TOPICS Honza-Streckert. W' Born to Robert Polansky and wife Sunday a girl. Iliss Leon Webb returned lloiiduy from visiting relatives ia Somerville. Mrs. P. J- Wotipka went to Bockholte Sunday to visit rel •lives. Mm. J. W. Brown ...

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