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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

f *■ W : W*. . "71 " 1 ' "i'l I wis wHH His Needless Fears Br H. M. EGBERT " (Copyright, 1 15, by W. Q. Chapman.) The man who gets bis salary from a distant city Uves under the Damo- clean sword. Jenkins was no excep- tion to this rule. The leather com- pany employed ageuts in several towns, and Jenkins, newly posted at 8equah, drew his forty dollars weekly out oí the mailed letter with fear and trembling. What if the company should suddenly dispense with him? Once the letter failed to arrive, and Jenkins, who always waited for the check to pay his weekly bills, was in despair. To complicate matters there was Mrs. Jenkins, a frail, weakly woman without the least ability to earn a living if anything happened to her husband. Jenkins had this possibility upon hl8 mind all the time. To crown bis troubles, he was a "one-Job" man. He had beon with the leather com- pany, which was a soulless concern, since he entered their service as au office boy thirty years before. Shy and retiring, be ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

wmmm k'- fW'V |K ft Éfe¿' miv offering the of a merchant for what he could get The ac- counts amounted to $1600 and were sold for 19. Why? Because they belong to that class of people who never pay an honest debt nor expect to pay one if they can help it. The prime cause of this state of thing is the credit system As the cancer is the humanity so is the crecit system to the busi ness world. Politicians are quar- reling about protection and free trade, but if the system of pay as you go could be imprressed upon the people of this country, it would be a vastly greater ben- efit tnan either. The credit sys- tem caters to the morbid desire of a certain class of people who live beyond their means. It gives them a chance to get everything they want; not what they really want but what they think they want. Then there is a class of people who lack moral stainua. They never pay a book account but may pay cash wheu they can't get credit. These human parasites are the cause of more real sufferi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

II M \ \ ■ . — 1Wm HOUSTON *DRESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunamitha, Wood workmen, W h e el- wrights and Horaeshoers. Down town shop in charge of Ed Dreecher with Jack Boyle Assistant. West end shop in charge of I)r. J. B. Houston with 0. P. Allen,. Assistant. Both Shops Guarantee All Work. Dr. J. B. Houston, Veterinarian, Give* Prompt Service day end Night Shop Phone 201, Residence 12S DR. J. C McGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN Office Phone 66 Reaidence Phone 119 All Celle Answered Promptly. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-6 Upataira Opera Houae Bldg. Phonea: Office 221. Rea. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. H. Ijrewer L. W. Henslee Phone 9H Phone 3 Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinda of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi'oheock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone82. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas There ia nothing that adda more to the appearance of a town than well kept premisea, neat yarda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 January 1916

wMs. ffo V. £i<- r-:' ilBiPPiiil^l III «agBiBgtfiaüfiififiaafaBtlitKiBhR! We Are Glad To Extend Our Thanks To the people of Burleson and adjoining counties, who, by their good will and generous patronage, have made it possible for us to complete another year of successful business. During the New Year we shall maintain the same standard of fair dealing to all that has characterized our business in the preceding years. The prices and quality of our line of groceries, hardware, implements, buggies and wagons, we invite you to compare with the best in this territory. Our employees join us in wishing you a most Happy and Prosperous New Year. Womble, Jenkins & Jenkins Personals and Locals. Rev. A. S. Broaddus visited his family in Waco Sunday. W. A. Brown and wife have re- turned home from a visit to rel- atives at Taylor. Laudimer Matejka went to Cameron Monday to spend a few days. Joe Barnett left Sunday for his regular trip on the road after a short visit to his famiiy. Barn Si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

Burleson County N*«r« Bai«bllah*d 1004- Conaolldatsd Chronlel* I8BO May 189 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE -V! . . T'1 J*#** >• ® ; ' dgreiH L*d(*r eat«btl h*d IS9 9 Conaolldatad Pab. !«•! Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, January ai, 1916 Number 47 1 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 Funds snd Coun- ty end City School Funds. umiesssssss ■ss> ssssiss^ r L *W. W, ZE^AJSTKZXlsr A#TOHNF.Y.AT.uV A^^NOTAHY PUBLIC Office is Ledger Bsildlsc Caldwell. Texas GREETINGS \ ii We Went To Extend Our HEARTY THANKS For end sincere appreciation of your petronege in in the pest, end it will be Our Purpose To continue to give you the fullest me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

Sfc Éii .0 h fe; |w '¡ Ü8PJ-. ! $gjjn Political Announcements i'lie following announcements are subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 28 1916. Por County Judge Warren M. Hilliard. For County Attorney Hlys Bowers. For County Superintendent Tlios. A. Schoppe. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. For Constable Precinct No. 1 A. T. (Ira) Haddox. Frank Weibusch and Henry Poebls of Birch were among the Ledger readers here Saturday after supplies. Miss Tiliie Williams of Rock- dale is a guest of Mrs. M. B. Neighbors, Jr., and her grand parents, H. R. Smith and wife. The gyiners report up to Jan- uary 1, 1916, show 16,910 bales ginned against 28,544 bales at the same period last year. Giddipjs Is Shaken By Earthquake. Giddings, Texas., Jan. 18.— Distinct earthquake shocks were felt here today about 11:40. The worst disturbance reported was from Paige, twelve miles west, about the same time. A travel ing man there from Giddings said houses rocked and that bot- tles were shaken of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

Birch Briefs. farmers are all very busy; Fk is at hand. *r'a* re was a big "doing" at lie Rust's Sunday, as they their son sprinkled, [iss Alvina Schults was on sick list last week. Miss Rosie Popek is on the sick list this week. W. 0. Smith made a round trip to Caldwell Saturday. Ezador Lacina visited Miss ^Lillie Poehls last Sunday night. Walter Koehlar was the guest of John Neiuinar Sunday. Alex Koehlar spent Sunday with hi* brother Kurt Koehlar. Rev. P. Lapinsand family took dinner with C. Korth Thursday. Tiie young folks here at Birch will have society meeting at the Birch church Sunday evening. There will be a grand ball at Fritz VVeichert's Saturday thi- Ü'ind of January. Your Darling STOMACH TROUBLE, GA8E8 OB DYSPEPSIA "Papt'i Dlapep ln" mikw Slek, tour, Gmy Stomachs surely feel On* In flv* minuta . If what you Juat ate Is soaring on your atomach or lies Uke a lump of lead, refuaing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate aour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dlxxlnes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

rMMKMíl Borletoa County Publishing Co. IV. W. RANKIN, at th« •ft Caldwell. TenM. mall matter. Advertising Rata )gi Insertion - ^ P®' All advertiste* ruu until ordered ont. readers 7 1 -2 cent per lina each naertion «■kaoription Per Year Sl-50 Three months 80c, Six months "5c (Invariably in Advance.) The man who wants to roll up a fortune must first learn to roll up his sleeves. If a man thiuksa great deal of his wife, he gets a lot of nice things for her when she is sick, which he eats himeelf. The postmaster general has kind- ly granted permission for mail car- riers to deliver in automobiles. Now it he will take one more step and provide the automobiles and a chaf- feur the carriers will be supremely happy. An old coupl* had lived together forty years. The man said that he and his wife never agreed but once in all that time, and that was when the house took fire, both agreed that the best thing to do was to get out as soon as possible. Tramps are usually "nervy," but when a tramp ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

5= i Good Neiohbors BU VICTOR REDCLIFFE (Copyright. 1916. by W. Q. Chapman.) "Could you lend me your ateplad- der? 1 want to take out aome of the window screens.'* The man addreaaed, next-door neigh- bor, Robert Mason, nodded simply. He waa the owner of the houae into which Earle Pelham and hia wife had Juat moved. Pelham had paid a liberal rent for the place. The unsocial manner of hia landlord displeased him- The lat- ter simply lifted the article asked for over the low dividing fence, bowed and turned away. "Humph!"' commented Pelham, al- most irritably, a: he entered the bouse. "What is the matter, dear?" inquired Mra. Pelham, tracing displeasure in bis manner and voice. "That landlord of ours. Asked him Just now to loan me a stepladder to get at the screens and he acted as If be grudged even a decent word." "Oh. you misjudge him. Earle, in- deed you do'" Mra. Pelham hastened to aay. "I feel so sorry for him—all the town does, I learn His life is a Bad. sad history. A year ago h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

I fií mt 11: Cooles Point I itemize the news, I will say that we have had a lot of equalizing weather of late, the reason 1 call it equalizing weather la because the pi or can have ice, ice water, ice cream, and keep cool as well as the rich without money and without price. It is a 'demonstrated fact, that the wind bloweth where it listeth, and we heard the sound thereof, and not only the sound, but we felt the effect as well. Frank Bedna and John Kutaena have built themselves nice resi dences of late. Nate and Poke Ponder have re turned to our community, so has J. D. Pressley and Ervin Worth ington. It appears that there is no place that they can do as weii as here. That is right boys, I think your heads are level. B. F. Spicer of Falls county visited us here recently. Y. C. Watson and William Pressley of Brazos county were recent visitors to our section On account of the weather most all out here have been shut-ins, not much doing, consequently there is not much news for this week...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

\ HOUSTON I DRESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunam i t h s, Wood workmen, Wheel- wrights end Horseshoers. I><>wii town shop in charge of Ed iJrescher with Jack Boyle AsKifctant. West end shop In charge of I>r. J. H. Houston with C. P- Allen, Assistant. Both Shops Guarantee All Work. Dr. J. B. Houston, Veterinarian, Civu Prompt Ser vie* day and Night Shop Phono 201, Residence 128 OR. J. C McGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 110 AU Calls Answered Promptly. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upstairs Opera House Bldg. Phones: Office 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS L. W. Hensiee Phone 3 T. H. Brewer Phone 99 ^ * J . .« ' V „ Brewer & Hensiee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Hear? Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3tone A Hi'chcock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. night phone ■ Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Monumen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 January 1916

''Íí; IR VrSfiü airas wrarararararaswtfuf ; WE HAVE THE GOODS :"'ii $ )CK OF HARDWARE, FARN IMPLEMENTS, GRAIN ANt " GROCERIES IS FULL AND COMPLETE. JUST RECEIVED—f Cop^of Cane Seed, Seed Corn, and Millet; 1 Car Yolande Blacksmith Coal. COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries Stroth Tejías JRibbon -Cane Mo lasses. JHStne Seed Potatoes. Northern Seed Corn. gpgd Oats. Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Chops, Bran and Shorts. t'*+ ' ORIOLE FLOUR. Hardware Collars. Collar Pads. Haines, Traces Mr. Bill Planters. Jno. Deere Planters. W^ukegan Wirt . Galvanized Roofing. ■ i ■ . i iifr. n'.Af; u Guns, Cartridges and Fishing Tackle. 7 want Your Trade MMeáMtyeáxá will Treat Right and Locals. Baker and J. D New- coroo were up Saturday from bomerville. I '■ ■— Willie Rollins, Santa Pe switch man of Somerville spent Sunday here with home folks. Results Tell The Tale. Can you doubt the evidence of this Caldwell citizen? You can verify Caldwell endorse- ment. Read this: earn Dll im, Itur Matins iee't Cm The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

{ your suc- - our rdw- therefore urge for our mutual arm Caldwell. Texas Ceu*ty Funds andCoun- ^ woeee•< "PTTTCT PtTWf .TP Caldwell, Texas J fPü % /; > Jr- ■ ■ - ' ; Want To Extend Our jJMi, É¡l if •PfNct^fton el your patronage tn In the pest, end It will be Pur ■ -e me to give you the fulleet meeeure ol eet- In goods end eerwlce. Hew well eueeeed will be reflected tn your WILL ea Health, Happpiness ui Prosperity throughout the , 1916. ■ ■■mvt'-J \ Thursday, the thirteenth the regular dsy for the meeting of the Culture Club, but on ac- count of the weather, was post- poned until Thursday, the 20th, when they met as usual at Mrs. Oilley's. Promptly at three o'clock the Club was called to order by the President, Mrs. Williams. Sev- eral were absent but those pres- ent gained much from the lesson. The business on hand was dis- patched promptly. Most of the* business hour was spent discuss- ing "Civic" improvements, a sub ject near the heart of each mem- ber. They may be dreaming ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

Í.Wí $ m' V IPs'' < Office* . Office . not Officii Cash must accompany uounceraent: The following announcement* an subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 28 1016. For District Judge 21st Judi- cial District: R. J. Alexander, For Representative, Burleson Lee Counties, 68th District- T. F. Mays. For District Clerk G. W. Grant For County Judge Warren M. Hilliard. For County Attorney Hays Bowers. For County Clerk W. H. Hundley, For County Superintendent Thos. A. Sclioppe. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. For County Treasurer B. F. Delamater. Ed. L. Giesenschlag. For Constable Precinct No. 1 JL T. (Ira) Haddox. "* Dr. Oscar Tarbett of Marlin -was here Monday visiting his frien i#s. A. Rosenwasser has gone to New Yoik to buy goods for their store for Lost—A found reí receive rew ——- J. F. nesday for markets to VfifT tfBift e spring trade. k Cameo ring. If to Ledger and re* and wife left Wed- wYork and other uy goods (or the Funiture store stock has this weak been moved t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

wwmmm i «• Mid ;! Ptthsft th« p t a S5-c«nt bottl* laaderlne from any drag Just try It Sheriff. Sale. The State of Texas, County of Burleson. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable Dis- trict Court of Burleson County on the 2Hth day of December, 1915, by 6. W. Grant, Clerk of said District Court for the sum of Three Hundred Thirty One I 50 cts. ($331 50) Dollar and of suit, under a Judgement, t favor the plaintiff in a certain in said Court, No. 6411 and W. E. Matejowsky vs. T. J. Neeley, et aU placed in my lianda for service, I, E. A. Ellis, *8 Sheriff *of Burleson County, Texas, did, on the 5th day of January, lttlS, levy on certain Heal Estate, situated in Burle son County, Texas, described as follows, to wit: Out of the J. M. Sanchez t*o and one half league grant in Bur- leson County, Texas, and dé- se ribed as follows: Being a part of a two hundred Sere tract sold to W. J- and Sam att by Meek . Beginning T. E. corner of said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

I • Advertising R«tM b Insertion ÍÍOo per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Loon! readers 7 1*2 cento per line each nsertion ption Per Ysar $1.50 Three months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) There only remains a few more dayf in which to pay your poll tax, tt is said that a gbose drinks water one hundred times a day. Some geese don't drink water at all. m •'We believe," says an exchange, •'in energy and push." It depends entirely upon their direction. The man who devotes energy to shoot- ing off his mouth and pushes most of the time against the top side of a dry goods box on some street cor- ner Is not much to be beleived in. One step won't take you very far you've got to keep on walking: one word won't tell folks what you are, you've got to keep on talking; one inch won't make you very tall, you've got to keep on growing; one little ad won't do it all you've got to keep 'em going. ■ A wisely conducted newspaper like a banquet, says an exchange. Everything is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

«mu reeterday and I S 4Imy. The fir* thing that It to about our wicked said, caaualljr, to moth* written that ha' comlac pay tie a Ttalt noxt wash, flung ha want MM tiio# as tWi— •Tin tore. Mat*a settled down sad t during years," answered father. "U Isn't In the man." said mother tat a aurlousljr couetrained volea, like Bill Buffalo1* after ha had oonnsaed to the sheriff that he stole the girl to keep her away from his rivals, the w of the plains. must tell you now that while we live In a magnificent mansion, with servants, wo ara fast approach- Father made soma deals on the sf^^wrlr exchange war has out off exports, so man jHHHBfl yesterday, If thoea fellows tima Ma hank him only tan thousand be could keep bis hand above watar and not have to take furnished rooms. At such that, ha If that ship- Rotterdam through than we've - r- "'fe •fr-'J* 7M'" ^ íÍ0 >■> ■ ■■ -. ' v ;.i,.. la * pair of hoots ■kin. Nothing dell learned concerning this ®'V- ü£ afc , Was,on award Day am.' Night...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

" • V ... ')t I BbHhHHBHHÍHHHH also having bed wintery weather, quite a heavy rata, f :y m PM which will interfere with aU term work for several days. Rev. 8. W. Stokely filled hia regular appointment here Sun- day, he having missed his last service, owing to sickness. Mrs. Edna Holt and children Lubbock County, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. EL D. Arnold and other relatives in this vicinity, return ed to her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Arnold, of Somerville was visiting friends here Sunday- Mrs. Echols, and daughter, Alice, of Caldwell are visiting relatives here for a few days. Mrs. E. G. Holt is visiting relatives in Rockdale for a few days. Miss Winnie Philp, of Cam- eron, is with relatives week. Otto Rosky and R. T. Hill are in Matagorda County for a few dayfik combining business and pleasure, in their trip. J. E. Johnston, of Cameron, is shaking hands with old friends here. Miss Etta Ewell entertained a few of her friend % witha dining Sunday, those presen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

All Work. V i- n We* from a visit to her mother 1 1 —~ John Jftncik attended the hardware mena convention at week. Waab Wood was taken to the Newton Sanitarium at Cameron Tuesday for treatment. ' 1 'mi U-f ? ' I. £ NcGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN OiflM Ph*M 66 ReaMence Phene 119 All Calla Anawared Promptly. V wapmmmmmK—rnpmmmmm Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Honra 9-5 Upatafra Opera House ldf. i: Offke 221, Rea. 83. WELL, TEXAS I# T. H. Brewer Phone 90 L. W. Henslee Phone 3 Brewer ft Henslee Reliable Tranefer Line Phene 49 er 6. All Klnde of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office in Stone A Hitchcock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas Mrs. H. W. Longmoor left Tues- day for her home in Denison, after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Ida Fraim. • John W. Finucane of Mart, was ajjuestof his uncle, M.L.Womack Monday and left for San Anton- io. Mrs. Stanley Sawyer came in Wednesday from Brenham where she was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 January 1916

wWm ■ ... ■ ''i /: fá JUST RECEIVED—1 Car of Cane Seed, Seed Corn, and Nillet; 1 Car Yolanda Blacksmith CONE IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Hard Collar*. , ^ South Texas Ribbon Cane Mo lasses. Maine Seed Potatoes. Northern Seed Corn; Seed Oats. Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Collar Pads. Barnes, Traces 'MS.' ■ Mr. Bill Planters. Jno. Deer© Planters. Waukegan Wire. Galvanised Roofing. Chops, Bran and Shorts. mmm FLOUR. j¡&¡í&í Cartridges Fishing We wtflt , y"1 We will «. j Trade Agricultural Notes. By A. W. Kinoard, County Agt. AT BOGLE'S Louis Keil spent several days this week at Thrall. x IwJrft mtrn t/n W. W. Wright and wife, Friday, a liue daughter. Mrs. Louis Heineke returned from a visit to Brenham Friday. A fine girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bra McCarty on the Pettis was among the Chas. Churchill returned from Galveston Sunday. here Friday on Somervilleites business. Miss Vinie and Julia Semik of Ime Box were visitors to the Monday. Louis, Polansky was here Sun- day from Somervihe ...

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