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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 September 1915

* 4 f % 29c 39c 1.74 59c 49c 49c 99c A , 28c 98c 29c 1.00 1.00 1.00 A l.oo Buys a Man's Under Shirt that weighs a full*pound. Uncle Ike Jackson who was born where Texas is now shown on the map naid thert is no excuse for a man to get Hick when he can buy 'eiu that cheap. Give me two suits boys. Buys Ouyot Suspenders usually sold on credit for 75c and altho' it has been shown by the Retailers As- sociation that three men out of 10 pay their bills 89c cash is preferable at this writing. For Patent Leaeher Button Shoes that never could be offered at the price had it not been for a mgnu- u facture re rs liberal credits ami bad collections. It happened and this is some of the shoes- For Bed Blankets 45 x 70 weigh 2 i>ound« white, tan and slates. This is the most extraordinary value in existence. At Fagan's. For Bed Blankets 39 x 70. This is a regular 50 cent leader but 2 people have to snuar-up pretty close to get under them. For Ladies White Waists. Just lovely, made of fine Lawns an...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 September 1915

• *• 7s fÁ ' How About a Mitchell Wagon? How About a Hickory Wagon? How About a Moon Bros. Runabout? If*,fid W fjí «rf* ft; , % • V-'* / 41 How About a Banner Runabout? •OTCHELL4J.EWISC0. RACI • . it 9ÍSS7 C k OUR BIG GROCERY DEPARTMENT. None larger end more up-to-date. We want your GROCERY trade. Call in to eee us, or use our phone, No. 20, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE FLOUR always. Scottens Peaberry Coffee—none better. i lv+ I'' 'mil'-. tm- OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT White and Blue Enamelware, large line of Alum- inum ware, Crockery and Glaesware. A full stock of shelf Hardware, Oil Cooking Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. OIL STOVES For hot .weather, makes summer cooking cool. Let us send you one today. 7 liS It We want Tour Trade omM^eniin^ente We -will Treat You Right Tipip<fipifpipiriptmpipififipipifip ipipiripipipip ipiripipiripiriripiriririripipipip! ai 3131313131313171313171313131313131313iiiTiJ<^zn3iji ^n^i^n3nS!n^n3i^^3nizn3ni^i«^i<in^n^nm,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

■ :• %¿ ♦ t* Wm ^ Burleson County Ledger Nvwc eatabiishad lf§4 Cenaoildattttf Chronlel* 1800 M«v AN NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, September 24, 1915 ' 1 k A HELPING HAND There are times when a helping hand wonld pull you through. We have helped many in times past. We hope to be able to help many more in the fu- ture. Are you in need of help, to hold or seU cotton or for any other legitimate business? If go, come to us and let*s talk it over. If it is anything within the limit of safe, reliable banking busi- ness, you can depend upon our hearty support. The pirst State Ban^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. Yonn{ Man Suffers Two Serious Accidents. While playing at the school ground one day last week Ray Harvey was quite painfullv in- jured and had to be carried!houie 1 as a result of running into his ! cousin, Josh Ellis, and after hav- ing only partially recovered f...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

James King, of Cameron, was a visitor here this week. A- C. Hess from near Milano, was a visitor here last Satur- day, R. C. Poehlsand wife of Birch were pleasant visitors to our of- fice Monday. Judge R. J. Alexander and At- torney A. B. Gerland attended district court at Brenham this week. Pleasant rooms to rent. Ap- ply to Mrs. Bettie D. Merrin. Mrs. B. P. Moorman, of Buck- holts, is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Houston. Miss Claude Rankin, of Bren- ham, was a guest of her cousin, Mrs. M. B- Neighbors this week. Miss Carrie Kleb returned the first of the week after visiting in Giddings and Lexington. Mrs. Paul Schmidt left Wed- nesday for Cleburne to join her husband and make that place their future home. Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in *to 14 days. The first application gives Ease and Rest. SOc. Rev. M. C. Bishop filled his reg- ular afternoon appointment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

t I 'I Religious services are being held in a tent in west Caldwell. Brother Harvey Shearer, pastor of the Apostolic work in this community is being assisted by Evangelist Charlas A. Smith and wife, of Houston, Texas, and Miss Maude Haren- of DeRid- der, La., and Miss Annie More head, of Hay City. Evangelist L. C. Hall, of Chicago, 111., is helping for a few days. He if en route to California. Already great interest is man ifested and the indications an there will be a great revival re- suiting from the meeting. v.# Notice. There will be given at Dean ville, Texas on the Oth day of October 1915, (known as Genua day) a Basket Picnic by the O ü. H. 8. Sister Lodge, No. 1i">. Bring a basket and come on* and all. Plenty of refreshment and music on the ground. Gram ball at night. I ' % Ordinance Regulating Awn ings. Be it ordained by the ('it- Council of the City of Caldwell Texas: Section I. That all awnings erected in front or side of busi ness houses roust be supported by either "h...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

fe'- ¥¡% /• BP* II - M County Publishing Co. «. W. RANKIN, at üm «t Caldwell. Tex* . Advertising Rates )g| Inmrtinn 20c p6f inch All advertlilog run until ordered ont. Local readers 7 i-2 cento per line each nsertion * * %fcscnption Per Year Si.50 Three months 50c, Si* mouths 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Don't croak. Leave that to fiogs and stagnant pools. A few croak- ers though are necessery in every community to measure the rate of progress at which live meu are ad- vancing. When we meet you of course we will quiz you, editors always do. We must know what you know and thus it is we learn of a great many things that everybody d"es not know, and after combining them in columns, you will discover a great many things you do not know, and even things you did know appear so vastly different you *ill not know them; and thus it is you have a continual feast of things, some, thinif new, fresh or done over. In conclusion, when you meet us know what to expect and prepare to divulge freely, ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

- -—tí DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SDRlitON Offlw With Or. A. 6. Kriwgw. Day PkoM 101—2r. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tnue & Hi choook Drug Store. Call answer- promptly day or night. I Hi v phone 82. night phone T83 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 Upstair* Optra House Bldg. Phones: Office 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS ^ '♦' It A. B. GERLAND ATTORNEY-AT-LAW r Nstionsl Bank Bld|. CALDWELL, TEXAS. i' When You go to Martin, Texas Take Your Baths at The HARLIN SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE The very best service and experienced attendants. F. H. Ragsdale, Mgr., N. D. Buie, M. D. Proprietors. mmmmm 0.Cardones CHSLfi SHORT ord&r HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT Ml III I I M > M M I M H IM MONiiV SAVhl). Save time and money by using the long dista net telephone' Transact business sutisfaetily without waiting for reply. Just a turn of the bell and '« d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

H? ' é' Í sps?k% S J¡ '%• -JM fe m Cooke Point Solomon, king of Israel is made to say, there is nothing new un- der the sun. While Solomon was a very wise man. yet he did not know it all. I believe there are a lot of things new that Solomon never thought of. For instance all the inventions of the present day. He is made to say, train up a child in the way it* should go and when it is old it will not depart from it. I believe then are exceptions to that rule, anu that Solomon was one of them, or that he was not brought uj right. Nevertheless the rul« that he gave was a good one. There is a project on foot in this community to move th« school houses from Cookes Poini and the Bend, and unite then about midway between when they are now, and then con sol i date the two schools; I thin I that would be a grand idea Hope it may materialize. I couh give m^ny reasons why it woul< be to the interest of the entir community to unite the tw« schools. I will give just one 01 two reasons, at thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

■*,< i Mi m •V IP-- f 't / L 29c 39c 1.74 59c 49c 49c 99c Buys a Man's Under Shirt that welffba a full pound Unole Ike Jackaon who waa born where Texaa is now shown on the map said there is no excuse for a man to get Mick when he can buy 'em that cheap. Give uie two suits boys. Buys Guyot 8uspenders usually sold on credit for 7f>c and altho' it has been shown by the Retailers As- sociation that three men out of 10 i y their bills 39c cash is preferable at this writing. For Patent Leaeher Button Shoes that never could be offered at the price had it not been for a tnanu u facture re r s liberal credits and bad collections It hapi>ened and this is some of the shoes- For Bed Blankets 45* 7$) wfigh 2 pounds white, fen and slates. This is the most extraordinary value in existence. At Fagan's. For Bed Blankets 89 x 70. cent leader but 2 people close to get under them. This is a regular 50 have to snug-up pretty 28c 98c 29c 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 For Ladies White Waists. Just lovely, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 September 1915

DOVE SHOOTING IS IN SEASON We Have the Guns and Loaded Shells. aaiiBfiBüfiiB igfeRfi iliuaraiiUHiaiHiaiiUiiiaiiiiiBHiiiiitfa £ '■ ■ WAGONS CHELLti LEWIS CO. wis OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HONE Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye and ftorta*, Rape Saad, Bulk Turnip Saad, Bermuda Onion Seta. White Pearl Onion Seta, Heine Picklea and Preserves, Hains Tomate Catsup, Heine Baked Beans, Heins Mince Neat, Flour, made from—the beet Iffeoeitiri^llMieet. Try a sack. None better. Schottena Impera tor Coffee, reedy ground—nolfcHn better. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wire Ellwood Hog Fencing Galvanised Iron Roofing Buck'a and Washington £ Stoves Full Stock Shelf Hardware. ft/ 1 We want Your Trade ■w -W w w mm' Miss Ruby Gray left Sunday for Belton to attend Baylor Fe- male College. Louis Kiehl went to Thrall Monday where he is drilling in the oil field. Miss Lucy Fagan left Monday for Austin, where she will at- tend the State University. A Caldwell Man's Ex- A Thought of Hearen. perience. w I ...

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

AN NEWS-CHRONICLE N*wa Baiabllahad lfj¿ Con o|ld«« d Chronlel* " |500 fitlmv ••• Ladgar bataoilahacl 1(9 9 Conaoildalod F«n. i« I Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October i, 1015 Volumne XXXI Number 32 Goat Roping. A HELPING HAND There are times when a helping hand wonld pull you through. We have helped many in timea paat. We hope to be abU to help many mere in the fu- ture. Are you in need of help, to hold or eell cotton or for any other legitimate business? If so, come to us and let'a talk it over. If it ia anything within the limit of safe, reliable banking busi- neas, you can depend upon our hearty support. The First State Banl^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty sn\i City School Funds. W. R^IsTIECXIN" ATTOHNKY-AT-I.A W ANüiNOTAHV P1THI.IC Office Is Ledger Bulldinc Caldwell, Texas 1 J k f* >* ar Brand Shoes. THE ''PATRIOT" S' .es at 54.50 is a belter shoe than you have previously ou^hi at $5.00. Vou can prove it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

iKT-: •""■i m i. le. Horn to O. S Windell and wife, Tuesday night, a son. Guv Douglass was down from Thrall Sunday to se ; home folks. R. H. Montague is in Somer- ville building a cooler for ice and * * Wrt pint tfier*. t Gilbert McGregor is home on a visit from Lobo, Texas, where he has beeu for the past fifteen months. Mrs. Priscilla Webb returned Wednesday from Del Valle where she has been visiting relatives for some tiiue. 4 FOR SALE—My farm on East Yegua, below Deanville, 274 acres, 200 in cultivation, six houses, plenty oí water, out- houses, barns, etc. Will sell and take smaller place in part pay. Apply to John F. Elsik. route one, Caldwell, Texas. 82-2t-pd. Rev. E. L. Story of Brown- wood, will preach in the Presby- terian church here Sunday morn lug and evening, He is said to be an able preacher and it will be the Caldwell people's first op portnnity to hear him. The pub lie is cordially invited to attend the services. Rally Day Program Caldwell Baptist Sunday School Oct. ...

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

RIN6LING DAY ALMOST HERE, Big Circus Bound This on Fivo Groat Trains Load* With Wonders. Children are now on their bfeet behaviour in anticipation of a real holiday treat on Thttrsday, Oct. 7, when Kindling Brothers World's Greatest 8hows will ex- hibit in Temple. It is expected that this city will send more than its usual number of "sawdust fan " to welcome this popular we woold make "I**1"1 meot,on circus. Ringling Brothers promise many novelties and innovations and a "bigger and better every thing" is the slogan. Preceding the regular circus performance e new sj>ectacle of "Solomo: d the Queen of Sheba'' will V) e&acUxl on the largest stage in the world. This mammoth 12r < character pageant cos C$1,000,00C and the costumes, scenery anr stage properties are said to be a revelation in gorgeousnes* Among the 385 arenic act , ar< scores of equestrians including the Lloyds, the famous Englisl riders; the Borsinis, rolling glob artista; the Joaephson Gilm¡. troupe: the fiv...

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

*pgMi ¿ t wj jfo , 1 1Ü1 j, . I xp \ ' \ ■ ■' aM ' i'"3 *. N. R*NMIN. a h i ■■1 rife, >ne Intern . ámm All advertising run until ordered Local readers 7 1-2. cent* per 1 nsertion Maexiption Per Year &>&?•-- Three months 60c, Si* months > 5c (Invariably in Advance.) X. X. Club. Si.50 ST— If a promoter tries to sell you stocks that will double in a year and promise to pa> 10 per cent annual dividend, be assured that 8<>meb dy is trying to make an easy living on your hard earned cash. Don't be a fool. L^ad that stock promoter to the front door and gently kick him over i-to the Dext county- Young man, you had better go to school while you now have an opportunity and thus secure an ed- ucation that will enable you to command more than common wa- ges when you grow up to manhood. It is the fellows who play "h«>okey" in their boyhood who will growl the most about hard tim^s and work for a dollar a day. Go to school and go there to learn and not for the purpose o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

mm. k m DAY JLMOST HERE. it Bound This ireat Trains _ ith Wonders. re now on their bfcst in anticipation of a ' treat on Thursday, n Ringling Brothers ¿t'st Shows will ex- * * T4Js expected Ye reporter feels that It was quite a deprivation not to have been present at Mrs. Neighbors | ■ince report cornea from most pleasant and profit ternoou. A most enjoyable grain was rendered wi Bettie Kcott w leader. thei 8< ÉraW 11 'P 'A I, VGinj 4 á t Isf and iff. ■ ^ rí¿ WSfW'm'f MMMMM PS :e Houl )p«ra ffice 2Í VELL, GER NEY-A ill Bank VELL, T irde rCUB ORT RIX® OUSE t and money] ( i i - t.i IK <• !< business litinK for red li' in 11 'vj with .ill l'oil over the ne and work un. I'rompt in«>ne\ miull ansth; iPMONK NING PRFCCINf. pip ami h<> ador s rii <> puddiiiK?" Bh< laughed nU'«'iully. hii.i and stood motionless regard! * him with an expression which was or that pie-eating eptsnae. Linda flushed charmingly. Lsuuiiru wci. o PARIS

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

PPfi SWi,, 4915 to oq IS. Tb A r herein «hüubereooí . .* Ail Ordinance of Fire Marshall Prescribing The Duties Thereof. Pro- viding for Its Main anee and Prescribing Penalties for Violations. Be it ordained by the City Council o.* the City of Caldwell: Sec. 1. The office of Fire Mar- shal is hereby created. Such office shall be independent of other jity departments, the Fire Marshal reporting direct to the Mayo rand City Commission or Council. Such offica shall be tilled by appointment by the Mayor, by and with the consent of the City Commission or Coun- cil after this ordinance shall take effect. The said Fire Mar- shal shall be properly qualified for the cause. He shall receive annual salary of dollars, payable in monthly installments, its full compensation for his ser- vices. Sec. 2. The Fire Marshal shall investigate the cause, ori- gin and circumstances of every tire occuring within this city by which property has been de- stroyed or damaged, and shall especially make investiga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

1. - "í ; X ., ' / *s M DR. T. L GOQDNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101- ir. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in átou* & Hi chcoek Dru^r Store. Callt* arwwnr- promptlv ilav or night. I> V phon '32. nigh.phone -si Caldwell, Texas UNIA MAKES PIES By CECIL THOMAS. DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Ofñce Up-stairs Next to Post Offic* Phone No. 44. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-8 Upstairs Opere Houee Bldg. Phonee: Office 221, Ree. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS A. B. GERLAND ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I ^ Netionel Benk Bldg. CALDWELL, TEXAS. mm—mm 0. Cárdenos ORDÍffl HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. V'^VVN'^V^Vvi'V).' Ml l e 4 i Snvr tinx iinl money b\ vising the Vng distance telephone' Transact business satisíactlly without waiting for reply. Junt a turr. of the hell .in<! we do the rest. Connec t# ! with nil jx>intR in the count> and over the state, t'se the telephone and work while we get yoti.'man. Prompt service— time saved n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

•sEtisaatóte,Poiee ai, ¿üU'"' ' '"' ■ wmm W: i¿«. usé Chrietman Chat . Working on the Oil Well the past week has prog reused quite rapidly, the Oil has not yet been secured, but, from indications, —which is more promising the drilling proceeds—it will not be very much longer before a flow oí oil is found. C, Dunaway and family weve waiting: relatives In other parts oí the county íor a fe v days. D. J. Hensley and family, of Needle , California, are spend- ing a few weeks with relatives and friends here. Miss Alma Graham, of Milan* , is spending a tew «lays with hei sisteV, Mrs. L H. Geick. W. E. Majejewsky, formerly oí this plaoe, but for the past sev- eral years of Abernathy. is shak ings hands with old friends her< this week He was accompa- nied by his son, Wenaell, jr. and daughter, little Miss Beatrice Matejowsky. Miss Marie Love has gone t< McLennan county, wheoe she will teach school during /he en suing term. The residenoe of J. P. Wink- ler, which was wrecked during the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

M 4 " * '* vJ it 29c 39c 1.74 59c 49c 49c i 99c 28c 98c 29c 1.00 1.00 * 1.00 1.00 Buys a Man's Under Shirt that weighs a full pound Uncle Ike Jackson who was born where Texas la now shown on fcfie map said there is no excuse for h man to get sick wuen iie can buy 'em that cheap. Give me two suits boys. Buys Ouyot Suspenders usually sold on credit fov 75c and altho* it has been shown by the Retailers As s^ciation that three men out of 10 t ay their bills 39c cash is preferable at this writing. For Patent Leaeher Button Shoes that never could be offered at the price had it not been for a man- ufacture re rs liberal credits and bad collections, it happened and this is some of the shoes- 8c For Bed Blankets 45 x 70 weigft 2 pounds«white, tan and slates. This is the most extraordinary value in existence. At Fagan's. For Bed Blankets 39 x 70 This is a regular 50 cent leader but 2 people have to snunr-up pretty close to get under them. For Ladies White Waists. Just lovely, taade of flfte L...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 October 1915

m i# W DOVE SHOOTING IS IN SEASON We Hare the Guns and Loaded Shells. ' V. M WAGONS HITCHELL 9k LEWIS CO. "j& BACINE WIS OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HONE We want Yonr Trade Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Ry« and Barley, Rap* Seed, Bulk Turnip Seed, Bermuda Onion Seta, White Pearl Onion Seta, Heinz Picklea and Prcaervea, Heinz Tomato Catsup, Heina Baked Beana, Heinx Hinco Heat, Falcon Flour, made from the best Hissouri Wheat. Try a sack. None better. Schottena Impera tor Coffee, ready ground—nothing better. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wire Ellwood Hog Fencing Galvanized Iron Roofing Buck's and Washington Stoves Full Stock Shelf Hardware. enfein%nfein!> We will Treat You Right £ S W W S £ £ £ mí Dr. B. O. McLean went to Ló- mete Monday to see his brother, who is quite sick. Born to E. W. Felter and wife, at Del Velle, Texas, on Septem- ber I7th, a son. Baptist Notes Bv Kev. M. C. Bishop. We understand several unkind remarks were madf by a certain Miss Myrtle Brewer has ac ce...

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