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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

' . m Burleson County Ledger > :'ii- .iZmji, ■ .* ■ Bat«bllah*d l§§4 Consoildatsd Chronlol* ~ IBSO Mi lay ISO7 AISD NEWS-CHRONICLE L*dg r Consol B Ubll«h*« ip9V • Hdaiad P*b. Toil VoKumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, December 10, 1915 Number 4a PICKING THEM OUT Said a business man to his companions the other day "Pick out 20 young men as you meet them and not five out of the 20 are making any effort to save money." Pretty stiff 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 opening an account at ou^ bank and getting on the safe side. The First State Banl^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. K/A-IsTICIlSr AT'l'OHNFY-AT-LA W ANLliNOTAhV PV'HI.IC Offtce in Ledger Building Caldwell, Texas k k Ladies Our Ne...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

i * i vi l M, iw lílM b>: '* ' ' . >; ' ; %, . ¡M : ' - '<; ■ •;' - ' 1* „ ' V /W < >v* ,;* , , , . Mhtoilfor, _ Christmas YOUR PHOTOGRAPH The simple gift that lends the touch of friend- ship without the embar- rassment of an obligation. J. J, Maresh Crowds Enjoy Carnival Opening The Van Sickle Carnival open- ed Tuesday night to a big crowd, and was thoroughly enjoyed by ail there It is a good, clean show throughout, and although a good per cent of those present were women, there is not a single attraction which could offend anyone. Everyone seem- ed to have a good enough time to insure a good attendance the rest of the week. They have a number of good attractions; the riding of the motorcycles in the motordrome was as reckless as ever seen, and proved a sensational attraction; the "Days of 49" was proba bij- as popular as anything on the grounds; the "Minstrel Show" was well attended, and is re markably good; in fact, all of the attractions are well equal t > any ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

n-H" ' A OUR RURAL t>WIAWliWW1"**"""**"** Chriesman Chato. Cooks Point This vicinity has been visited by a real good soaking rain, which everyone is glad to get, as the ground was so dry and hard but very little plowing could be done, but with the season now in the ground, plowing can be re- sumed, and much of the land be prepared for another crop. After an illness of about a week T. B. Traylor died December 1, and was, buried in the Chries man cemeterv Thursday even- ing, Rev. M. C. Bishop assisted by the lodges of the Woodman and Herman Sons, of which he was a member, conducting the Services. He was for more than twenty years a resident here. «11 the past three years when he lived at Deanville. He was born in Indiana^ Aug. 29, 1&0*. being at the time of his death 47 years, 3 months and 2 days old. De ceased leaves a wife, seven chil dren and a mother, besides a host of friends to mourn his de- parture. Albert Gasper and Miss Etta Ewell, the former as a repre sentative of th...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

CNMiLNser By Th« County PaMtehtof Co. W. W. RANKIN. at thi poatoffte at Caldwell. Texa*, m «econé-dM audi aattw Advertising R«t a Oaa Insertion 20c per Inch Ail advertUluK run until ordered out. Looal readers 7 1-2 cent* per lina aach naertio^ ♦ > erip ! Year *1-50 Three tuOC-tu* 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Adranoa.) An ordinary woman's waist is thirty inches arouud. An ordiuary man's arm is about thirty inches loug. How admirable are thy works, oh, nature! The man who expects t > g*t to heaven ought to pay his subscription for the local paper and n<>t tempt the poor moral of au editor to swear. Honesty counts with St. Peter. Bind together your spare hours by the cord ot some definite purpose and you know not how much you may accomplish. Gather up *he fragments of your time, that nothing may be lost. Why is it, a careless seven year old kid can drop a half burned match in an alley and burn up all the barns in a block, while an ablebodied man has to use up a whole ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

4 t fcf * I 4v PRESIOENT'S m 15 TOME' Annual Wessa:3 Pleads for Con- certed and Efftoie.it Action. FOR GREATER REGULAR ARMY * f' t Sitirsn Soldiery Part of HI Plan— Problem of Commercial Mobilization Stated—Dsloyaity Among Car- tain Elementa in Our Na* ttonal Life Serioua Menace to Peace. Washington. Dec. 7.—President Wil- ton today delivered the follow lug mes- us« to congress. Gentlemen of the Congress: Since 1 laat had the privilege of addressing you on the state of the I'nlon the war of n&tiona on the other aide of the sea. which had then only begun to discioae .ta portentoua proportion , has extend- ed its threatening and sinister acope until It baa swept within its flame some portion of every quarter of the globe not excepting our own hemi- aphere, has altered the whole face of international affairs, and now preaents a prospect of reorganization and re- conatruction such as statesmen and peoples have never been called upou to attempt before. We have stood apart, studiously...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

"Sitó «i ■ , " "'"j , ' . lift the necoMlty for uch action mora meniteetly imperative. «u then loreiMD; it ta Ijr felt and everywhere real- thoae for whom trade la wait- who can And no conveyance their tooda. I am not so much In- In the {tartlculara of the pro- tram ae 1 em in taking Immediate ad- amase of the great opportunity which await if wa will but act la this emergency 1 The plane for the armed force* of :he nation which 1 have outlined, and tor the general policy of adequate . reparation for mobilization and de- enee involve of course very large ad- litional expenditures of money—ex- penditures which will considerably ex- ceed the eatimated revenues of the government. It is made my duty by Utw. whenever the eatimates of ex- penditure exceed the estimates of revenue. to call the attention of the eongreas to the fact and suggest any tneans of meeting the deficiency that It may be wise or possible for me to tiuggest I am ready to believe that it would be my duty to do so in any...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

i ' ' ' ',\£ V 'W £ . m ^1# # ' ,, « « • ,. f fir: -v.; í i ... ; H■" f| "• ' ; ," • i *t .w ladies Coat Is an article now needed. Frost on the ground, persimmons ripe, possums fat, gobblers gobbling and a sweet potato pie took the prise during the domestic science contest at the Women's Fair. Call and seiect 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 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 ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 December 1915

1 — PBPlPIFlf IFIWFI —PBPI — f«P Plg 31313131319131313131 inln!n9im!riln!n!n!nra THE HUNTING SEASON IS NOW OPEN We Have the Gons and Loaded Shells. WAGONS in SÍ OUR STORE IS THE HUNTERS HOME Saad Oats, Fancy Alfalfa Seed, Seed Rye and Barley, Rapa Seed, Bulk Turnip Saad, Barmuda Onion Sata, Whita Paarl Onion Sata, Heine Pickles and Prcaarvaa, Heinz Tomato Catsup, Hains Bakad Baana, Hainz Minea Meat, Falcon Flour, mada from the boat Missouri Whaat. Try a aack. Nona better. Schottens Imperator Coffee, ready ground—nothing better. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! Waukegan Wire Ellwood Hog Fencing Galvanised Iron Roofing Buck's and Washington Stoves Full Stock Shelf Hardware. We want Your Trade We will Treat Yon Right Personals and Locals. Mrs. Earl Ellis went to Somer ville Bunday to visit relatives. WilTHundley, Jr., of Temple visited relatives here this week Dr. Goodnight visited Carrier on and Temple Saturday and Sunday. City Marshal W. H. Lynch was up from Somerville Saturday between trains. Jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

«I «...g M c Burleson County Ledger N«iv« Balabllahsd 1884 Consolidated Chronlol* « I800 May 180 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L*dg*r te«tattii )t*d !• * Conaoildaiad F b. IOH Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, December 17, 1915 Number 43 PICKING THEM OUT Said a business man to his companions the other day "Pick out 20 young men as you meet them and not five out of the 20 are making any effort to save money." Pretty stiff 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 opeifing an account at our bank and getting on the safe side. The First State Banl^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. "W. W. ATTOHNFY-AT-1.A W AND NOTAH V I'VHI.IC Office is Ledger Bafldiot Caldwell. Texas i Ladies Our New Fall Dress Goods Have Arrived. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

YOUR PHOTOGRAPH The simple gift that lends the touch of friend- ship without the em bar- rassment of an obligation. J. J. Maresh 4 J®' •■y-:. Efe «The Methodist Ladles Basar last Friday was a success in every way. they realising about $186. , ' R C. Poehls of Birch was in town Tuesday after supplies and and made the Ledger office a pleasant call I Sam Newson of Dimebox was carried to the hospital at Temple Tuesday, for treatment, having suffered a blow in the stomache by the lever of a stump puller while at work with it, and as a result an absess formed. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day Veer druggist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fail to cure any c*«e of Itthing, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding PiJr in Mo 14 d yv Xhc 6r t Application gire Ea e oi Kc U Sue Robert F. Houston resigned his position with the D. L. Al- ford confectionery this week after rendering his services to that firm for the past four and a half years, and Is contemplat- ing on other propositions, bnt as yet has not ful...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

-* rwi ' 'mm . *. A ' L ' ' • • *- ■ ■ " . urn* WMNl WMHtMnM VMMKlMiHcw«..w Ir ir i i OUR RURAL STAFF llimy illUIAIII iAIllAIIAAlIIIII tmiiAIAMMM^ •WWTn (TrrrTFrr TVV • I H nrnTrnrTrTTT Cooks Point Brymer Briefs. We are having some fine weath- er now, and farmers are taking Advantage of it and are prepar- ing their land for another crop. Willie Love of Caldwell was a guest of J. H. Dunaway and family Saturday and Sunday. Walker Dunaway and family of Chriesman were visiting in this community Saturday night and Sunday. The oyster supper given un- der the auspices of the Chappei Camp W. o. W., was a success in every way. It was attended Miss Josephine Windhausen our efficient teacher at the Point, put on foot a box supper to raise money to purchase a teacher's desk and other appurtances for the school, which materaltaed last Friday night, being well at tended and enjoyed by all, $32.00 being realized. County Super- intendent Schoppe was present, at was also A. W. Kinnard, agri .'ultura...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

¡fe m uncsM CMBig Lrtfcr f y Th« County Publishing Co. W. «f. RANKIN, MaMier. •Mr* at th« poctoffV «t CaldweU. Tesan. m aecoBé-cteM maU matter. Advertising Ratea )ae lnaertioD 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ^ 1-2 cent per line each nsertion ption Per Year fl.50 Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) The season for sowing is approach- ing. Let us all prepare to scatter seeds of kindness, sow abundantly that we may reap a large harvest of true happiuess, and have our gar- ners overflowing with peace and good will, aud we can heap our measures with malice toward none and chaiity for ail. Don't loaf on the streets and tell strangers that the town is dead. It is not- The trouble is not that of a dead town, but of dead energies of too many of its people. Show that you are alive by moving lively, wide awake by jumping into it, on> the alert by improving v >ur opportun- ities, and getting there because you are in the lead of the pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

#• #'v: J ; * (*♦ t Catholic Notes. By Rev. Father Kune The four thousand years which elapsed f rom the creation of man to the birth of Christ may be con- sidered as one long advent or preparation for the coming of the Messiah. Terrible were the con sequences of the sin of our first parents both for themselves and their |x>steritv. Man left to him self could not by any effort of his own free himself frftm sin and its consequences. Corruption of morals increased from day to day. As early as the time ot' Noe man became so wicked that God repented of having created him. The corruption became still greater after the deluge See what the Ai>ost!e says in the epistle to Romans (1 29-81.) With the ex eption o f the Jewish peo- ple mankind lost all knowledge of the true God and was plunged in idolatry. It was indeed ¡1 lonn itloomy night before the Sin of Justice arose nineteen hundred years ago. But this long night had its stars: God in his mercy related the promises of a Re- deemer t...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

1%. THE RED EAR By MANCILLA DUBOIS. With a shriek of excitement and flee the prettiest girl at Parmer Doane'i hushing bee jumped up from the stool the had occupied, scattering a great heap of corn all about her and daringly, invitingly waving above tier head the third red ear found within the hour There was a grand rush after her aa she darted through the broad open aoorway of the great bam out lato the moonlight, to lead her eager pursuers a brisk chase. There was one young man who did not Join the group, however. This was Abel Drake. Also, taking no part in the mad rush, but smiling indulgent- ly after the receding mad, laughing cheering crowd, Alice Leslie kept on mechanically tearing the husk from the ear of corn In her band. She was not conscious that she bad uncover* ., the tip of a blood-red ear until the companion by her side and escort ut- tered the quick words in eager breath lessness: "Why. Alice, you are a lucky one too!" He was a bashful, reticent young (allow, and as A...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

A Ladies Coat Is an article now needed. Frost on the ground, persimmon ripe, possums fat, gobblers gobbling and a sweet potato pie 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 tittered in Caldwell. Come and look them over, won't you? please 4o. . *'* 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 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 ordev No. 73 white at the head of ii(M) regiments invadin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 December 1915

w ■ P 1 F FlFi — — FIF1PIF «F1F1FIF — F« — —1 — — — — — FlFl —M F 319191919191919191919191919191919191919191919191919191 How About Your Order For Christmas Cooking We have what you want and will appreciate your order. USE PHONE 25 DON'T FORGET PHONE 25. Heinz Plum Pudding Heinz Hince Neat Heinz Sweet Pickles Heinz Dill Pickles Heinz Preserves Heinz Catsup Heinz Baked Beans Heinz Queen Olives Celery Cranberries BVNTES CHOCOLATES HOLIDAY HARDWARE Air Guns for the Boys. Guns, Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Razors for the Hen. Carving Sets, Fire Sets, Brass and Irons, and a Parlor Stove for the Ladies. Fine Line Pocket Knives for all. Seeded Raisins New Currants Shelled Pecans English Walnuts Cocoanuts Sweet Chocolate Premium Chocolate Powdered Sugar Oriole Flour Falcon Flour We Have Lots of Other Good Things to Eat. We want Your Trade Apples, Oranges, Grape Fruit and Bananas. omM^eniMeiÉnly We will Treat You Right w Hi £R £ W Hi Hi Hi HftfLiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiHiH¡HiHiHiHiHiHiHi SfitfiHi «iHüf...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

t ¡| " ■ t ■ i'SSO "tSSpttVt* AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texav Friday, January 14! THE NEW YEAR Now is the time when all commer- cial interests pause for a while in their struggle for business and carefully look over last year's transactions. In taking your inventory, are you taking into ac- count your banking services? We are prepared to give you the best of service. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funde end Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. [R/A-ILTIKIXlSr ArrORNFY.AT.LAW AXDiNOTaHY Pt'HI.IC Office (■ Ledger Bsildiac Caldwell, Texas M We Went To Extend Our HEARTY THANKS For end sincere appreciation of your patronage in in the past, and it will be Our Purpose To continue to give you the fullest measure of sat- isfaction in goods and service. How well we succeed will be reflected in your GOOD WILL Wishing You Health, Happpiness and Prosperity throughout the New Year, 1916. T. F. Gilley "T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

m ■Pq I 1 I 'Vv ¿•$1: JIWv' fetes! /ga are McLean, Held Recolar loathly Meeting well Fire Company igular monthly meet- T^TPfflfnre station last Wed* tv and family returned í'écinesday to Oenaville, after spending some time with Joe Nedbalek and wife. BREAKS A HID W IN A JIFFTI ran You can end «rippe and break up f®**™ told either in head, chest, bod or limb*, bjr :aking a doae oí "Pape' Cold Compound I very two hour* until three do e ^re taken. It promptly open clogged-up noatriU and Ur pa stages in the head, stop nasty discharge >r nose running, relieve sick headache, dull- less, feverishness, «ore throat, sneeung, «ore- lesa and stiffness. _ . . . Don't ata* stuffed-up! . .Quit blowing and ruffling! base your throbbing head—nothing .lae in the world gives such prompt relief as Jour throbbing head—nothing gives such prompt relief as Tape's Cold Compound," which coats only 25 enu at any drug store. $1500 will new 5-room buy a nice almost bungalow iu west Caldwell, if you come qui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

SIX GLASSES f OF WATER DAILY J An Intwwtlng KatwiMt by On* •* th« Big M«n In «I* Drug IhiImh WOMEN IN MAN'S SANCTUM A. K. KIKtLINQ of Houston, Texas, says: "If you hare a muddy complexion and dull eyes, you are conettpatad. Six tlaasea of water dally and one or two Itoxall Orderlies at night will correct this condition and make you Ht u a Addle.' Rexall Orderllea, in my opinion, are the beet laxative to be bad, and can be taken by man, woman or children-" We have the excluaive selling right* for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. STONE & HITCHCOCK THE REXALL STORE \ New Odd Fellow Officers Elected. Next Tuesday night at 7 o'clock * the Caldwell Lodge, I. 0.0. P. lodge will install the following officers for the ensuing term: .J. R. Brewer, Noble Grand. W. W. Rankin, Vice Grand. I). W. Burns, Secretary. C H. Whittington, Treasure. W. M. Hilliard, Attorney. J. B. Honey cut, Physician. H. C. Clark, Trustees for three years. C. C. Collins, trustee for two years. C. E. Haddox...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

m KaSas wp^RM fc.9f.ih'-, CNM| Lc4§cr By Th« County Publishing Co. I. W. RANKIN, ItaMier. at the poatottkM «fc Caldwell. Te*a , m eecaaé*claea audi matter. Advertising Rates )M insertion 20o per inch All edvertlalQflf run until ordered out. Local readers ^ 1-2 cents per line each nsertion iptioo Per Year $1.50 Tnree months 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Next to the wife beater comes the horse beater and it is to be regret- ted we have one or two in this com- munity. A horse is the most noble and faithful of animals and the man who would abuse his horse has lacking in his manhood. Whenever you hear a man glori- fying the past and driveling of the good old days, you may be sure that man's physical and intellectural powers are waning, and that he is straggling farther and father behind in the rush of the worlds progress. The best thing about the good old days is that they have not a return ticket While we beautify our gardens and premises we should not forget our relative...

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