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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

, '4 t ti? Burleson County Ledger N*i « Batabllshad I«f4 Con«o>ld«l*< Chronlel* ' * IS0O May IB© AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Batabllahad ISO 9 Consolidated Pab. IOII Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October 32, 1915 Number 35 gp&j, A HOUSE ON FIRE Ten chances to one if your house should burn tonight you would forget to save the money you might have hidden away, and sinrnd your time trying to drag out the furniture. Money kept about the house is always un- safe. Insurance companies refuse to carry the risk. Why should you? Think it over. The place for money is in a safe, reliable bank like ours, where it is subject to your check whenever needed. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. WNHMNMr w. w. zR^isnKxisr ATTOHN KY-AT-I.A VV A N I >N < >'1 A H V PCHIJC Office in Ledger huildinr Caldwell, Texas J I 4 V Ladies Our New Fall Dress Goods Have Arrived. See Our ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

fflB 111' 4 *•', vi, ? -' Personals tad Locals. E. P. Mueller was a Houston visitor last week. J. J. Haddox made a short business trip to Cameron Fri- day. Mrs. L. A. Kunkle of McDade is a here a guest of her sister, Mrs. W E. Stott. B. L. Levinson, a leading mer- chant. at Lyons, was a visitor here Friday. Julius Ptacek of Snook was among Friday's visitors to the county capítol. Mrs. T. R. Broaddus is in Bryan visiting her cousin, Mrs. Kyle Owens, this week. Mrs. Katie Tain ford of Hous- ton, is a guest of her brother, C. Frey at Deanville. J. W. Brown and wife caire in from Beeville last week in their car to visit relatives. Paul Blaha and wife of Mound Prairie were anions the maii¿ Saturday visitors to Caldwell. Mrs. W. C. Rundzieher and children returnad to Thrall Fri day, after a visit to her mother here. Mrs. F. E. Carroll and Ben Bell carne in Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. J no. N. Thornton. Frank Stirovik returned Wed nesday from a three weeks visit to Houston. FOR SA...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

___ .««.Ms®™ ¥* > ^ f||jp Citation by Publication. THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Burleson County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded ,"A that, by publication of this Cita- f tion in. some newspaper, pub- lished in the County 01 burleson, - if there be a newspaper publish ed in said County, for foui weeks previous to the return day hereof, ¿ou summon Mary Skopik, whose residence is uu known, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Burle- son, at the Court, House, thereof, in Caldwell, on the l,rith day of November, A D 1915, then and there to answer, the petition oí Emil Skopik, Hied in said Court against Mary Skopik and alle^r ing in subs'ance as follows, tow!" That plaintiff and defendant were married on the «7th day oi December, lttUH; that they lived together as bus. and and wift until on or about fche 2<Hh of <'ai¡ uary, 1911, when defendant aban doncd the plaint iff and ran awa.1 with a man by the name ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

■V* OUR TOWN. . . .*gs County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, at the poctomw <U Caldw.ll, TexM. ■Ail matter Advertising )ne Insertion - 20c per inch All advertising run uDtil ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cent per line each nsertion flabaenption Per Year Si.5') Thr<*e months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) There are several changes of ads in this issue which will save you money in y«>nr fall purchases. A man i ever realizes the super- iority of woman so much as when , lie is sewing on a button without a thimble, pushing the needle against the wall to get it half way through add pulling it through the other halt by hanging on to it with the teeth. Let the young men about town out of a job try a year on the farm. Plowing will give hirn a n«*w con- stitution, take the kinks out of his head, the frog out of bis throat, the gas off his stomach, the weariness out of his letrs, the corns off bis toes, and give him a good appente, and honest living and a sight of heave...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

™ • w- "-'T* •.• 5 ¥►* i1 r * * * # * i m m n . V mmmwi—.mm DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SUIItiEON Office With Or. A. G. Kruafwr. Day Phone 101 -2r. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tune & Hi cheook Drug Store. Call Hnnwt«r- promptlv day or nit<ht Day phone 32. nigh* phone '81 Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-8tairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upstairs Opera House Bldf. Phones: Office 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS BENErtT IN STAIR CLIMBING Properly Done, It Aide In Giving One en Ertet and Graceful Carriage, If Heart la Sound. Climbing stairs always has been thought to be very injurious to s wonmn, yet in many case*, if it is rightly done, it may be of real bene- fit and gradually strengthen the heart and shoulder* instead of doing actually the reverse. Mount the stair* slowly with the liodv erect, the -head and chest high, and allow the leg muscles to do the work. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

- By Rev. M. C. Bwnop. We feel more like writing an obituary this week than saying anything else. Whenever a com- munity iones as good a woman a* Caldwell lost last week in the person of M rs. Thornton all the community suffers Weadmireo her as few i*?ople in ouracquain tance. Her presence inspired Her Christian life was a bene diction to every one she met. Our heart bleeds with those of her loved unes. She has but ac- complished that for whk-h wi are all striving. We should nor grieve but losg for the time o our reunion wi'h her. May tin the comforting grace of Go strengthen us ail and n ake u braver in this as well ¡is uS trials. She is not deau bu sleepeth. We enjoyed our trip greatl.\ We were permitted to spend t\\« dnys with our old home assoeia ti n which met at Roseoe. It was up to the old standard. It really suffered for leadership li had not done the work our ass Ciation has done the past twelv months. They came out with debt, too. The West is in might, line condition, fina...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

iok Johnston, d on the and that 1 am OP TMB \ 4 or I 10, CHAPTER KW8 OF MT. ontltlfld «. credit for U «... JJtto.. T- to and subscribed before mo this 15th day of May, 1915. JOSEPH WONDRASH. County Clerk Burl< ■■AT NO. 1. EBBcHfPflóÑT >N, Tax Collector. leson County. Emerson. Julia Emerson, Julia Francis, Henry Gee. Roxle Goodlet. Jane ........ Marshall. Mrs. 8. B... Montgomery, Ben ... Norman, Catherine .. Norman, Catherine .. Pillow, J. H.. Est Wilson. Oscar Anderson. Nork Anderson, Nork Anderson. Nork Btadrat, J Brock, John Sooper, Louis Tans. Buck Eldrldge, Stephen ... Finch, Frank Fletcher. Hiram Flnley. Rubin Hudson, K. J Johns, James*^ Johnson, Jess* Laws, George Mulllnax, J. VV., Est.. Stewnrt, C. C «tewart, C. C Shelby, Geo. L Slama, Sam Scott, John Taylor, T. P., Jr Trent, Jim H. B , Edgar J. A., Est , John 5 jry, I. 8 s, Andrew Aoe Mrs. J. R I. Mr* M. E Ester Will Will i, Sanford .... J. D k. Mrs. Mary. Est. an. T. L Marlah Jane s. B lias Annie '"Florence", Est.... ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

fmm r# p? e '"'■ * -\ ''; " % | f i] liPPSMP^-''" : —"' ^ ^ # ^ s . f mLkm^A A_> v^. uia luitMl 111 ¿t.'blk 1 1 vacant lot, Bren. Add oum and lot ervllle, house and lot, J. R. BUSINESS EFFICIENCY. 191S. lilt ■LI1SB Lyonn Add. F. 8m 1910 tol91 SomervlUe, lot 6. Edwards Add D. Houston Cols.. Oole McWIUlams J. P. Oole Mrs. Jennis... Mrs. M. L C Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown n known S nknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 274'.... 276!.... V. Austin. Lott Shaw Robertson Hardeman.... Austin _ ... johes John Bli James Bell ' J. C. Walker UNRENDERED ROLL. 8. P. Austin A. Blair M. Cameghan J. B. Chance A. Calvin H. Covington James Curtis O. B. Erath James Foster James Holllngsworth W. P. Huff Alf Keenan John Klnokhead A. Kuy kendall James Lastley Jacob Long Wm, McWHIlaras 187* 206 H J. W. Mitchell. Elisa Peak James Perry B. A. Porter Jacob Reed 8. C. Robertson 2 8. C. Robertson F. Ruts J. M. Sanches Phillip Singleton F. 8mlth 8. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

~ : m m. u m u'"J! 1 -4 Walk-Over Shoes For Men $5.00. For Women 94.00. Th« war haa mad* the price of Hmyt lMthar sky-hoot thru the air Ilka an aaroplana but for all that— "He who itUa what tint his'n Must make It good or go to pri*'n" and in ordor to got CASH to pay for thoaa Walk-Over Shoaa you may como in and gat a Pair for It ia hardly necatsary to add that there is only one place in the world to get Walk-Over Shoes st the above price but just for fear that there might be a fellow out in the Pun- kin Yam belt that don't know, you can just put it in that it is ths store that is known from the source of the Yegus to the heart of Boston as THE BLACK FRONT STORE Where You Find Them $1.75 59c SH< >KS on a *_'() font ta bit* that are for both sexes, worth double the money and no questions asited. AND .08c 31c BLANKKTS—don't tell anybody mum is the word until you get yours another cold wave and they'll all be gone. AND GINGHAMS this lot is the new dark Seraphic fall styles. Surre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 October 1915

üüfüfitfKffilfUlilfHfilfiUí üüfüfiüüfi&ii SSfia SfiifitfitfitfiSfiifiifiSfiifi WAGONS DOVE SHOOTING IS IN SEASON We Hare the Guns and Loaded Shells. OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HONE Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye and Barley, Rape Seed, Bulk Turnip Seed, Bermuda Onion Sets, White Pearl Onion Suts, Heinz Pickles and Preserves, Heinz Tomato Catsup, Heinz Baked Beans, Heinz Ffince Neat, Falcon Flour, made from the best Missouri Wheat. Try a sack. None better. Schottens Impera tor Coffee, ready ground—nothing better. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wire Ellwoori Hog Fcncing Galvanized Iron Roofing Buck's and Washington Stoves Full Stock Shelf Hard ware. We want Your Trade We will Treat You Right Mrs. C. L. Renfro returned from Temple Saturday. Charlie Holik has gone to Win- ters to accept a position. John D. Wood, with Pervin Hide Co., of Houston, was here Sunday to see home folks. Methodist Missionary Notes. Miss Lottie Hughes is home from an extended visit to rela- tives and fri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

Burleson County Ledger -< N*wa Bsiabllah*d JJJ4 Cori ojld«t«rt Chronlola * IBQO M«V «©▼ AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L*dg*r 109 9 Conaolldatad Pab. 1011 Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, October 29, 1915 Number 36 A HOUSE ON FIRE Ten chances to one if your house should burn tonight you would forget to save the money you might have hidden away, and s|>end your time trying to drag out the furniture. Money kept about the house is always un- safe. Insurance companies refuse to carry the risk. Why should you? Think it over. The piare for money is in a safe, reliable bank like ours, where it is subject to your check whenever needed. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Self Culture Club. Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. L "w\ w. iRz-A-isricinsr ATI'OH N KV-AT-I .A W AND NO'I'AhV I'fHI.K" Office in Ledger building Caldwell. Texas Ladies Our New Fall Dress Goods Have Arrived. See Our New Silks, Waists and Outin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

Personals and Locals. Miases Vinie and Julia Semite motored to Bryan last week. P. B., J. P., W. E.. and Thos. Scott motored to Hamilton this week. Mesdames Isaac Jackson and Frank Fitsgerald left Tuesday for the Dallas fair. Little Miss Aileen Burns was in Houston Saturday to see "l'lje Birth of a Nation." City Paris Association.* A moonlight barbecue was en- joyed by several families at Gee Springs Tuesday night. Miss Alice Echo * has accept- ed position with the Ledger and is therefore our office angel. After spending several days at home Mrs. J. W. Eagsdale re- turned to Brenham Wednesday. Jack Blackburn, a knight of the crip, sjvent Sunday here with his children. Wanted to Buy.—Second ham Cook Stoves and Heaters. Bar- gain Furniture Store, J. C. Kleb. Mrs. C. W. Pearce returned to her home at Calvert Wednesday from a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Sam Murray. Mrs. J, S. Mayfield returned to her home at Brownw« od Wt d- nesdav after a visit to Mrs Ji<i Ragsdale. In 1014 the Cult...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

by Publication. THE 8TATE OF TEXAS, the Sheriff or any Constable Burleson County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded by publication of this Cita- ra in some newspaper, pub- in the County of Burleson, sre be a newspaper publish in said County, for four previous to the return hereof, you summon Mary ropik, whose residence is uu >wn, to be and appear before District Court, to be holden and for the (üounty of Burle at the Court House, thereof, Caldwell, on the 15th day ol >Vember, A. D 191.r>, then and to answer the petition oi til Skopik, filed in said Court against Mary Skopik, and alien ingin substance as follows, tow't That plnintifT and defendant were married on the 27th day o¡ December, 191)6; that they live«( together as husland and \vif< until on or about the 2()th of 'an nary, 1911, when defendant aban doned the plaintiff and ran awa With a man by the name of Ir¡ King. That defendant hud beet guilty of many acts of adulterv with the said Ira King previous to her lea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

CMCSM CNM| Idler By Th« Burleson Couoty Publishing Co. «, If. RANKIN, at Um poatottVM *t Caldwell. Texas, m Mcond-clani mal) matter. Advertising Ratea >ne Insertion ~ 20c per inch All advertising run untH ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cent per line each nsertion ^¡hrnptiop Per Year Si.50 Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Report all items of inte est to this office. They will be appre- ciated and each item will help to make the paper that much more interesting We can not get all the news but by your help we cm get the lion's share and that is what we wish to do, We want a'l the news that's news, When the frost is on the windows and the kitchen pail is fn-ze; when the little icy needies come with everv breath that blows; when the chilblains make us sick and cold feet give us pain; its safe t" bet we all wish for summer days again. For while we swear and fuuie around in summer clothes; it is an easy thing to c<>ol off, as everybody knows. But its dif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

% ■ <3i, * < f r DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON Office With Dr. A. G. Kruefer. Day Phone 101—sir. Night Phone 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Boneycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3toue & Hi'choook Drug Store. Call answer- promptly day or ni^ht. Day phone 82. night phone * 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 Upstsirs Opera House Bldg. Phones: Office 22!, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS 0. Cárdenos CHBJB SHORT ORDtíü HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. MÓNKY SÁVÉU). Save time and monev b\ vising the uce telephone' Transa t bu-ines- salisiactilv without vi<itin¿ for reph . Just a turn of the bell und ' v- tío the rr«t Connected with all points in the county awl over tin- state. Use the telephone and work while we get you, "¡an. I'iompt service i time mivci1 ■ onev mail that's ¡ TWANS TEXAS : TELEPHONE CO FOR ENGINEERS TO SOLVE ETHICAL CHALIENOR OF WAR CLEANING AND PRESING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

TO?? n gp 5 OUR RURAL- Cookee Point For the last ten days, I have been holding the bed down, on account of a very severe attack of billious fever, hence my fail- ure-to report as usual. There is a lot of the people in this part troubled with the same kind of sickness. 1 think the best rem- edy for it, would be a good big jack-frost. There was born to Jim Light sey and wife last week, a tint girl. Mother and babe doinj. well, and Jim smiling. Born to Emery Sherrill ano wife, a bouncing boy baby Mother and boy doing nicely, ano Emery laughing all over his face A number of our people at tended the big show at Bryai. last Friday. The schools in the Bend am. at the Point seem to be moving along nicely; Glad of it. The people out this way art- not very busy just now, the.v seem to be taking a vacation. All work and no play makes somt boys lazzy. A strange thing occurred near my place; a gentleman and four ladies were in a nice car and they run short of gasoline, so the car stopped, and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

■ M. JC 18th day of May, 1918. JOSEPH W< County County. •8 ■■AT NO. 1. Original Gi y or Town fiosn— Grantee, Property „ „ bik4, W. ofM M. P. Kelley W. Caldwell, houaa and lot....... P. Rula O. O. Rila W. Caldwell, Iota «, 7, blk 8 Lem Moore Caldwell, houaa and lot aid well, 1 lot aldwali, houae and lot *m Moore J. W. Porter Annie .... J Bat... Chaa Will Wash, Bat... . B Henry S. a Í. O . a W. B., Mra.. I, W. B., Mra.. hite. W. B August fi--:::::::: Young, ta, Barnaat Tobe PatUa. Toney Annie a via. Tom B KVta, Tom B ..... i tria, Tom B.......... tbney. F. K ana. Raehael rlay, Will, Bat 1, Mra. Doltte , Tnt rtok. Qua mds. Chaa , Btokea Adelina Julia Toney, Eat..... Burrell Jackson, John. g, Jobo ta, Halifax Jim \ E L Que „ r. Tom I orris, W. K Bd Otho Of ho Oustav ...... Jtm, Bit...... Jrew ...... mMm. "*■* P!' aiSlt, Luke. Jr.';. i SSt,*::: Alcorn, Elisa Beoaon. Sterling Brandatetter. J. W.... Bailey, Annie ultfek. W. A 8*.^..:::::: c. c via. John ffman. B .J Charley Jr C. C jj. G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

Somervllle, house and lot J. R. Lgons Add. e. tot 6, Edwards Add... Houston Coif... Col* Mo Williams 04 ao ie n 6 11 t 73 "•> 11 80 nit i io to mi 1911 1911 to 1IU mi 1918 191t lilt lilt ím Austin Lott Shaw S. C. Robertson J. M. Hardeman....... B. F. Austin J. If. Sanchos John Bird James Bell J. C. Walker UNRENDERED ROLL. s. F. Austin.. Jennie O V. B..... Mrs. M. L. C.. 18 26 8t 06 1 19 1 46 67 at «8 ta so 10 71 B8 66 16 07 8 6 86 96 89 87 99 96 16 71 68 79 96 It 17 97 .... A. Blair Carneghan J. B. Chance A. Calvin H. Covington James Curtis Q. B. Erath James Foster James HolllngBworth W. P. Huff A If Keenan John Klnckhead A. Kuykendall James Lastley Jacob Long Win. McWilliams J. W. Mitchell Elisa Peak James Perry B. A. Porter.. Jacob Reed S. C. Robertson 2'S. C. Robertson r. Ruls J. M. Sanches Phillip Singleton F. Smith Swearlngen 8. F. Austin S. F. Austin D. B. Anderson... J. J. Addison Ann Bass James Brymer J. H. Bonner. S. W, Blunt. M. Cooper.. E. M. Cox. James Croft John W. C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

Walk-Over Shoes For Men $5.00. For Women $4.00. TIm war has road* tho prioa of hoivy loithor sky-hoot thru ÜM air Ilka an aaraplana but lar all that— "He who Mils what lint hte'n Must make It good or go to prii'n" and In ardar ta gat CASH ta pay far thaaa Walk-Ovtr Shoaa yau may come In and gat a Pair far It la hardly necaaaary to add that there is only one plaee in the world to get Welk-Over Shoes st the above price but Just for fear that there might be a fellow out in the Pun- kin Yam belt that don't know, you can just put it in that it ia the store that ia known from the source of the Yegua to the heart of Boaton aa Newtoi. HHE BLACK FRONT STORE Where You Find Them «un , .i r«y''n ^*'4 1C SH( )KS on a 20 foot ta bio that aro for both sexes, j I , / J worth double tii * money ami no questions asKed. 59c AND BLANKETS—don't toll anybody mum is the word until you tfot yours another cold wave and they'll all be Rone. 08c 31c AND GINGHAMS this lot is tho now dark Seraphic* fall stylos....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 October 1915

*■ WAGONS DOVE SHOOTING IS IN SEASON We Haye the Guns and Loaded Shells. nUCHELLitLEWIS CO. RACINE MIS OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HONE Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye and Barley, Rape Seed, Bulk Turnip Seed, Bermuda On.on Sets, White Pearl Onion Sets, Heinz Pickles and Preserves, Heinz Tomato Catsup, Heinz Baked üeans, Heinz Mince Meat, Falcon Flour, made from the best Missouri Wheat. Try a sack. None better. Schottens Imperator Coffee, ready fround—nothing better. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wtre Ellwood Hog Fencing Galvanized Iron Roofing Buck's and Washington Stoves Full Stock Shelf Har Iware. We want Trade Your mtm We will Treat You Fight Personals and Locals. Celebrates Birthday. I. M. Daniel of the Harmony community celebrated his 77th birthday last Saturday with a family dining. "Uncle Ike" as C. R. Wood, representing J. C. |)e ,s fanli|jar|y ealled. is stjl| ha|e Smith Hide Co, of Dallas, spent and hearty an(J ^ aroun<| as Sunday here with home folks. Miss Blanche ...

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