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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 November 1915

s < * DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURliEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krui|ir. Day Phone 101 -2r. Nifht Phone 101 ~3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. ha. „ H£á lots of married Ineft toll mti9b J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Jtone & Hi'chcock Drug Store. Calls an^wer- promptly day or night l>ny phone82. night phone *81 Caldwell, Texas Ulusses Returned By HAROLD CART Li' :ii ;*! i! ■Vi'> the Mine sort of yarn to their wives, only they can't lay It on ae thick nowadayi. Anyway, even Ulyaaei ad- mitted that there were tome ladies concerned in hie troubles, and he laid them particularly to a Miss Circe. But that won't interest you. "Well, Just about twenty years aft- er Ulysses started for the wars he am<r home. You can /ptess he need- <l a shave and brush-up it good deal, nd nobody recognized niin except STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-staire Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Or. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-6 Upeteire Opera Houee Bld...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 November 1915

MAMÉÉAIIAAtAí^«MMMMNMIM(MAMMMMMMMaHaiHaaa>aHOTTC«aaH foUR RURAL STAFF! Jw uwvwiAiTimrffiYfffffnYfffvfíi remrrttMH iwwwvwwwwwwwwwwwwwiwwr Gus Giving . A good rain here Sunday, fol- lowed by a frost on Monday and Tuesday morning, and as a re- sult everybody were smiling all over their face. A large crowd attended the Indian show at Gus Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Bohme, who has been to Germany about a year and a hf 'f returned home Monday, and will make his home near Gus. A good crowd of people at tended the dance at Powel \ h- ligura last Saturday night and had a good time. ' Miss Emma Valigura attended church at Dime Box last week. Miss Albina Ann Plasek vi^it ed her sister, Mrs. A. Valigura. at Diinebox last week. Charlie Ruse has employed ; blacksmith in his shop at Gus. Joe Dlabny made a trip t<> Caldwell Saturday. There is not so much sicknes> in this section since our last letter. John Plasek and wife mad* a visit to Dimebox Saturday, Aug. Skopik was a busines...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 November 1915

A Ladies Coat .Is an article now needed. Frost on the ground, persimmons ripe, possums fat, gobblers gobbling and a sweet potato i>ie took the prize during the domestic science contest at the Women's h air. Call and select from 50 Coats that are the best bargains ever offered in Caldwell. Come and look them over, won't you? please do. A man only needs to see a lady with one of these elegant Coats on that is making the Black Store famous, to love her. There is nothing more beautiful to man's eye. Why men have been knov^n to fall in love with their own wives by seeing them with these charming Coats on looking so comfort able and pleasant. There is no hyphen in these Coats. They are made in Amer- ica by American Maids of American wool to be worn by neutral women walking on a soil that has produced the most beautiful type of women the world has ever seen bearing sons whose deeds challenge the records of civilization; Gen. Loe's order No. 78 whiie at the head of 200 regiments invading...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 November 1915

w&: ■ -:- TO THE LADIES We wmth'C,ra.Srt.#,tt y«r Thanksgiving' Dinner WE HAVE A INICE FRESH STOCK y? bF 1 £ W tfi DON'T FORGET PHONE 25. Heinz Plum Pudding Heinz Mince Neat Heinz Sweet Pickles Heinz Dill Pickles Heinz Preserves Heinz Catsup Heinz Baked Beans Heinz Queen Olives Celery Cranberries BVNTES CHOCOLATES Seeded Raisins Shelled Pecans English Walnuts Cocoanuts Sweet Chocolate Premium Chocolate Powdered Sugar Oriole Flour Falcon Flour We Have Lots of Other Good Things to Eat. I WE WILL BE CLOSED "THANKSGIVING, THURSDAY, THE 25TH." ¡ I we;:::«™' ®3]&nWeiáiii^ento \:ur I i£ nr Personals and Locals. Will Wool ridge and wife visit ed Temple Friday Sam Murrry made a trip to Longviiw the past. week. Mrs. Henry Nix is on an in- tended visit to relatives in Houh- tan. Emil Maresh returned Satur day from a week's visit to rela- tives at Sabine, Austin county- twos Oil Sorts, Otbur loaidtss Won't Coro The worst cuei, no matter of ho ' long standing, are cured by «he wonderful,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

Burleson County Ledger * N«w« Balattllah*d Ifa4 Con«olldj i«d Chronlol* ~ l5oo Moy l«9 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Cnnsolldai*d P*b. IOU Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, November a6, 1015 Number 40 THAT RAINY DAY You have no doubt heard of the fellow who didn't know enough to go in when it rained. Foolish, of course, but how about people who know enough to go in but have 110 place to goV That's simply worse and inore of it, isn't it? The rainy days of life come to eveiy one, and wise is the man who prepares for it in ad- vance. When storms of adversity strike you, there is no refuge equal to a snug sum at the bank. < >] en an account now. while the weather is tine. The First State Banl^ Guarantee fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. WW—I HI ■>■■ "W. W. R-A-ZDsTICXlT ArrOHNFY.AT.I.AW AND NOTAHV PVHI-IC Office in Ledjter Bylldin* Caldwell. Texas Ladies Our New Fall Dress Goods Have Arrived. See O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

' ■ : 11 Mím Lottie Hughes ia homo from a deligntful visit to friends at Temple. Mrs. E W. Kubena oí Clay, and Miss Teresie Matcek were here Wedneaday. The Death Roll. Miss Bessie Heslep spent a few days with Miss Reube Gray at Belton this week. Mrs. m. Johnson left Wednes- day for San Antonio, after at- tending the funeral of her son. Mrs. Stewart Douglass and daughter, Mrs. ^ ebb, have re- turned home from a visit to relatives at Houston. For rent—A good farm near Providence. Apply to Ledger office. Misses Ivenora Phillip and Ella Piasek left Tuesday for . Lexing ton where they will spend sono- time with friends and relatives. At Cookes Point Inst Fridry Rev. McLarty united in mar- riage Dennis Hudson of H"usrrm and Miss Minnie Norcr *>s of that ])1 ace. Both young ; m-• have many friends who offer congratulations and best wishes —Last-Sunday evening at 6:M o'clock, Cyril Gold Johnson died at the Central Hotel, after a short illness with black jaundice. He was taken ill a few d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

Sheriff's Sale. The State of Texas, county of , Burleson. Notice is hereby given that b.v virtue of a certain order of sale issued out of the Honorable Dis trict Court of Burleson eounty, of the 14th day of October, 1915, by G. W. Grant, clerk of said district court, for the sum of four thousand, three hundred fifty dollars and 84cts, $4850.84) and costs of suit, under a judg- ment, in favor of Jesse Garrett, in a certain cause in said court. No. 6786 and styled Jesse Gar- rett vs. I. P. Macik, et al, placed r, u my hands for service, I, E. A t2Ur'\ as sheriff of Burleson coun ty, Texas, did, on the 14th day of October, 1915, levy on certain real estate, situated in Burleson County, Texas, described a- follows, to wit: All that certaii •j^tract or parcel of 100 acres oi land, more or less, out of the E Swearingen league in Burleson county, Texas: Beginning in tin E. lint' of the E. Sweartngei head right league at the N. N corner oí a 200 ac re tract deedeo by L. L. Chiles to W. R. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

MrtCSM CMM| Lcüer By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, at the poatoCflo* «t Caldwell, Teus, ta Mcond-claM mall matter. Advertising Rates me Insertion 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each naertion Mtanription Per Year $1.50 Three months 60c, Six months /5c (Invariably in Advance.) The success of business depends much on "drive and push" you put into it. Continual efforts count. Spas- modic flurries soon expire, and be who relinquishes his grasp a p rticlp will lose more in a month than three months booming will make np. Keeptbing9 moving and judici« us advertising will do it, and we offer you the best medium in the county. This is like all other cities of its size. It is not without the croaker or the kicker. His presence seems indisp^nsible to keep up the contrast between the enterprising citizen whose influence is felt and seen in the march of progress and improve- ments and the man who finds his greatest delight...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PIYSICIAN AND SURtiEON Offloe With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101 - 2r. Night Phont 101—3r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Hone & Hitchcock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly clay or night. hay phone 32. 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 Houre 9-8 Upstairs Opera Houae Bldg. Phones: Office 221, Rea. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS 0. Cardanes GHSLB md " SHORT ORDtíR HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. Save time and money b\ using , the long distance telephone' < Transí t busine-s satisfactilv J without waiting for reply. Just . u turn of the bell and we do the « rest. \ Connected with all points in the < county and over the state. I've J the telephone and work while we , get you.'man. I'rornpt service < time saved money made that's ' cms v. , TkANSTEXAS TELEPHONE CO. CLEANING AND PRESING AND PROMPTLY DONE We have equipped our ehop with e steál* preae ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

% ¿*Jí ' I pi "il I***** Chrietman Chais. í\FFI Brymer Briefs. Farmers of this section are not making much headway in breaking their land on account of it being too dry. A good rain would be very valuable now. Pfearce Albright visited rela- tives at Dime Box and Giddingt. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Rosa Pryor and daugh ter, Mrs. Fannie Henson of Hico. are visiting D. H. Howry and family Rev. H. B. Daily will be ou > pastor for another year, he hav- ing been sent back by confer ence, and he will preach at th* Chappel on the second Satur day and Sunday, instead of the fourth Sunday as heretofore. Sumpter Dunaway attendee a box supper at Chriesman Sat urday night. C. I. Adamthwaite attendee the Woodman meeting at Chries man Saturday night. E. M. Oldham was attending court at Caldwell last week. Oscar Gee and Miss Edn; Franklin were happily joined to gether in the holy bonds of wed lock last Sunday at Black Jack Quite a crowd of young peopl from here attended services at Midway Sunday...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

'mm 4 #• A Ladies Coat Is an article now needed. Frost on the ground, persimmons ripe, possums fat, gobblers gobbling and a sweet potato nie took the prise during the domestic science contest at the Women's Fair. Call and select from 50 Coats that are the best bargains ever offered in Caldwell. Come and look them over, won't you? please do. x A man only needs to see a lady with one of these elegant Coats on that is making the Black Store famous, to love her. There is nothing more beautiful to man's eye. Why men have been known to fall in love with their own wives by seeing them with these charming Coats on looking so comfort able and pleasant. There is no hyphen in these Coats. They are tnade in Amer- ica by American Maids of American wool to be worn by neutral women walking on a soil that has produced the most beautiful type of women the world has ever seen bearing sons whose deeds challenge the records of civilization; Gen. Lee's order No. 73 whiie at the head of 200 regiments inv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 November 1915

Mi WAGONS LEWIS CO. wis MITCHELL BACI OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HOME Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye and Parley, Rape Seed, Bulk Turnip S^ed, Bermuda Onion ¡Fein, White Pearl Onion Seta, Heinz Pickles and Preserves, Heinz Tomato Cataup, Heinz Baked Beans, Heinz Mince Meat, Falcon Flour, made from the best Missouri Wheat. Try a sack. None better. Schottens Imperator Coffee, ready ground"—nothing better. DUCK SHOO TINS IS IN SEASON We Have the Guns and Loai'el Shells. m HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wire Ellwood Ho¿ Fencing Galvanized Iron Roofing Buck's and Washington Stoves Fall Stock Shelf Hardware. We want Your Trade We will Treat Yon Right ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi ifi Personals'and Locals. Born to Albert Windell wife Friday, a fine son. and L M. Bar ta of LaGrange was the guest of his brother. A. M. Barta Sunday. O. A. Schatz, J. R. Lyons and a large number of other Lyons citizens were here Monday. Cares Oil Saras, fttlor leasliss Wirt Ciri The worst caaes, no matter of how ...

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

-v;;■•■■ ' <" xvv< '■ ' +* T, , <•? . « ft . *«• Burleson ^ssa9Vmmna^"|, íss¿ " < ' ■ ' ' -r ■ü AND INEVA/8-CHRONICLE L.«d««r «•uiiiiah«4 IS99 Conaolldsiad P*b. I© II Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, December 3, 1015 Number 41 PICKING THEM OUT Said a business man to his companions the other day- "Pick out 20 young men as you meet them and i\ot tive out of the 20 are making any effort to saver money." Pretty stifT statement, young man. Some- thing here for you to think about, and it is bet- ter to think about it now than later. Business men are watching you. Are you one of those who are saving? If not, we invite you to com- mence now by owning an account at our bank and getting on the safe side. The f irst State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. w. w. K/JLisrK.xisr ATTOHNFY-A'r-I,A W ANT) iNOTAHV PVHI-IC Office i<i Ledger Building Caldwell, Texas "1 i .J r • Ladies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 December 1915

— L. L. Lewi* «ad wife of Looe Oak were here Monday. Miss Zula Harris has returned from visiting in Huntsvilie. Louis Kiel made a business trip to Thrall this week. Constable Marvin Murray and 8am Gerson were up Monday from Lyons. Miss Laurinda Windell return ed Monday from a visit to Bren ham relatives. For rent—A good farm near Providence. Apply to Ledger office. Mrs. Otto Wendorf returned Saturday night from a visit to relatives near Brenliam. Banker Page of Somerville. and John R. Lyon of Lyons were among Saturday's visitors to the city. Mrs H. C. Broadflus and two children stopped off here a day or two to visit relatives, on her way home to Cleburne from Con- roe. Farm for rent, 50 acres in cul tivation near Deanville, apply to John Seibert, Caldwell or W. C. Punaway, Chriesman, R 2. J. M. Smith, Alex Stephens, Misses Bessie Curry and Leo Womble have retunued from the State Teachers Conference at Corpus Christi. The Methodist ladies will ap- preciate your patronage on De- cembe...

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

. ... <*, $ m Methodist S. S. Notes. By F. H. Hitchcock, Supt. Our new pastor, Bro. Power, was with us Sunday, visited the classes and inade a little talk to the school. There were a good many absent from some of our best classes, No's, 8-4 and 9 The next time he visits these classes we feel sure he will find a better attendance. The total present was 177. The Workers Council in the afternoon appointed the follow ing officers for the year: T. P. Giliey, secretary, Franklin <Ma tejka, assistant secretary; P. Matejka, Sr., treasurer; Miss Louise Blackburn, organist, J no. Ripple, banker. Mrs. W. C. Mills was appoint ed to the Home Department worl to assist Mrs Matejka. Coimnittee on special services. J. L Giddings, Mesdames I. E Brooks and T. F. Giliey. This committee will be supplemented as needed. We are hopeful for a great year in the school, and want the active support of all the Metho- dist people to make it so. Uzziah's Pride and Punish- ment, 2 Chron. 26-8-10 and 15-21 Go...

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

mmhiihim iiimii MhcsN CWM| LNier By Tit Burleson County Publitbing Co. Kf. W. RANKIN, mauler. At th« postotrv at Caldwell, Tessa. m McoBd-diM aaail Mtt«r. Advertising Rutea •)n® Insertion - Wo par inch Ail advertutni? run until ordered ont. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each naertion iakaeription Per Tear Si.50 Three months 80c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Tbe best friends are those who stimulate each other to do good. There are always a good many people who keep the balance of the community busy wondering how they live so well. It takes a rich man to draw a check, a pretty girl to draw at- tention, a horse to draw a cart, a poms plaster to draw skin, a toper to draw 8 cork, a free lunch to draw a crówd, and a well displayed ad- vertisement in this paper to draw trade. "Am I my brother s keeper?" Cer- tainly you are. It is for your own interest that you should be his keep- er. Your neighbor's property cannot be sold at auction for half its value without reducing the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 December 1915

f pífipr%™ . m M: 4 i * V 1 «t* <? t ¥ '« 4 ¿ DR. T. L GOODNIGHT PHYSICIAN AND SURtiEON Office With Dr. A. G. Krueger. Day Phone 101—ir. Night Phone 1013r. CALDWELL, TEXAS. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in «Htoue <St rii cftcook Drují ¡*tore Cali an w«r- promptly doy or night í>tiy phoriH82. nijfh phone 181 Caldwell, Texis Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-8 Upe te ire Opere House Bldg. Phones: Office 221, Roe. 83 CALDWELL, TEXAS DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Ofñce Up-stairs Next to Prit Office Phone No. 44 0. Cardones CH2JB md SHORT i ORDÍ© } HOUSE. t MEAR DEPOT. teti m mm á ♦mi Sav time awl money bv using the Ion K distance telephone' Transact business satisfactily wi.Hout waiting for reply just a turn of the bell and we do the rest. Connected with all points in the county and over the state. Use the telephone and work while we get you." man. Prompt service- time saved money made—that's i easy. TRANS-TEXAS TELEPHONE CO MMMieMMIIMMIIMI* CLEANING AND PRESING NEATLY AN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 December 1915

jwwPjw mi r , k <1 • 4 W "WF' ' SWfWiH? «y * 14 " ' • • w- '• -*/• • ' f * T-' $'% Y í* ÍOUR RURAL STAFFl murninnnTfrnr n "" Chriesman Chato. Thanksgiving services were held here on Thanksgiving day, all denominations uniting in the service. The Woman's Missionary So ciety at this place rende -ed very interesting program Thurs day night to a large and appre ciative audience. The first on the piogram was the "doxology' and following are the numbers rendered. Hymn: "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." Prayer: Mrs. J. L. Arnold. A Quartett: "A Sinner and the Song," A. T. Johnston, A Love, Miss Lila Black aid Mrs I. M. Love. Scripture Lesson: By the President, Mrs. Lillie Hensley Responsive Reading hy the President and members of the Society. Song: "Stand Up for Jesus' by the Choir. Address; "Christ's Call anc the World's Need," Mrs. C. C Matejowsky. A Drill: By members of the Children's Band. Address: "The Onward March of the Work of the Woman's Board of Missions,Mrs. Eul Aiken. Son...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 December 1915

■f-Mfr .' •« .•>«' f.- > *>* A Ladies Coat Is an article now needed. Frost on the ground, persimmons ripe, possums fat, gobblers gobbling apd a sweet potato pie took the prise during the domestic science contest at the Women's Kair. Call and select from 50 Coats that are the best bargains ever offered in Caldwell. Come and look them over, 'won't you? please do. A man only needs to see a lady with one of these elegant Coats en that is making the Black Store famous, to love her. There is nothing more beautiful to man's eye. Why men have been known to fall in love with their own wives by seeing them with these charming Coats on looking so comfort able and pleasant. There is no hyphen in these Coats. They are made in Amer- ica by American Maids of American wool to be worn by neutral women walking on a soil that has produced the most beautiful type of women the world has ever seen bearing sons whose deeds challenge the records of civilization; Gen. Lee's order No. 78 whiie at th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 December 1915

tfffüBfiifiifi «BUM BilfHfEn'jafBfaB! WAGONS DICK SIOOTHS IS IN SEASON We Htw the Gus and Loaded Shells. > MITCHELL4 LEWIS CI «ACldf WIS w . OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HONE Seed Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye and Earley, Rape Seed, Bulk Turnip Seed, Bermuda Onion Sets, White Pearl Onion Seta, Heinz Pickles and Preserves, Heinz Tomato Catsup, Heinz Baked Beans, Heinz Mince Meat, Falcon Flour, made from the best Missouri Wheat. Try a sack. None better. Schottens Imperator Coffee, ready ground—nothing better. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wire Ellwood Hog Fencing Galvanized Iron Roofing Buck's and Washington Stoves Full Stock Shelf Hardware. We want Your Trade ^¡¡jüinM^ento^en&tó We will Treat You Right Personals and Locals. Alston Houston is home after working several months in West Texas. Earl D. Casey of Cameron spent a few days here with friends the past week. Curtis Struwe and Jenkins Alexander spent Sunday after- noon in Milano. «oros fil< Sorts, Btlor Martin Vss't Cor...

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