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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

Burleson «saar* "-'-'' .'S*¿ "tssrwer* AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ledger l««9 Con«olldai«d P*b. 1911 VoluMne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, February 4, 1916 Number 49 Your Success Is Our Success In a large measure YOUR SUC- CESS in business increases OUR POW- ER TO HELP YOU; we therefore urge you to join forces with us for our mutual good. Let us serve you. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository fer the urleeen County Funde end Coun- ty end City School Funde. W. "W. R/A.3STK:X2Sr ATTORNKY-AT-LAW ANDiNOTAHV PUBUC Olflce is Ledger Bsildiat Caldwell. Texas í GREETINGS We Weal Te Extend Ov HEARTY THANKS For end sincere appreciation et your patronage in in the pest, and it will be Our Purpose «k To continue to give you the fullest measure ot sat- isfaction in goods and service. How well we succeed will be reflected in your GOOD WILL Wishing Ton Health, Happpiness and Prosperity throughout the New Year, 1916. a T. F. Gilley "The Store That Saves Yon Ho...

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 — 4 February 1916

•<? * Political Announcements District Office* County Office* £.50 Precinot Offices each 2.SU Cash must accompany each an* nouncement: The following announcements •jre subject to tlie action of the Democratic primaries July 28 1916. For District Judge 21st Judci- oial District: R. J. Alexander, Por Representative, Burleson Lee Counties, 68th District- T. P. Mays. For District Clerk G. W. Grant Por County Judge Warren M. Hilliard. Por County Attorney Hays Bowers. For County Clerk W. H. Hundley. For County Superintendent Thos. A. Schoppe. For Tax Collector Geo. M. Johnston. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. For County Treasurer B. F. De'.amater. Ed. L. Giesenschlag. For Sheriff ♦ R. H. Rust. For Constable Precinct No. 1 A. T. (Ira) Haddox. For Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Precinct 6 J. N. Vavra. Sunday School Clasa Entertained Class No. 10 of the Methodist 8unday School was delightfully entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Woodson at their lovely home last Thursday evening; although ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

MH+mmmm mmm OUR RURAL STAFF OWIWWWWIW Bird-song Songs. Well, it has been a long time since old Bird-song put any news in the Ledger, so I will try to put a few items in, and if we wouldn't the people would think Bird-song had passed away. We have had some real bad eather the past week. Augie Poehls made a flying trip to Birch Saturday. F. Meek visited A. F. Poehls last Sunday. August Poehls visited Rtiein- hardt Poehls Sunday. Miss Mary Brinkman was a guest of Miss Bettie Poehls Sun- day. E. Perry and family visited %t Mr. Allcorn's Saturday and Sunday. Dee Cowen visited in Lee coun- ty Saturday and Sunday. A. F. Poehls visited A. Brink- man Sunday evening. Daniel Poehls visited Henry Brinkman last Sunday. Jack Cowen is on the sick list. More some other time. Soup Eater. Cooks Point Mr. Editor, we the staffers nearly immersed you by affusion ¡ last week; poured in like birds to 'Noah's window. I will send you a few digested notes this week. We are well stocked up with water and wind...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

, ■ - Bjr T ** w. w. SSÍS2S Co. At the •ft Oeldwell. Taxaa. mU matter. Advertising Flmtmm ■>nt insertion — 80° pe* Inch " All advertí !! * run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each nsertion _jption Per Year Si.50 Three months 50c, 81* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Th^re are some people who do not talk about hard times, but tfo right along doing business and mak- ing themselves and others happy, just as though they were right in the swim and leading the way. What is the use of always and ever- lastingly talking hard times, why not go right ahead without grumb- ling and do the best you can. Haie you any news, tell the edi- toi and he vill serve it a la mode. In case >ou do not happen to meet him, use the telephone or the mail. You will be helping to make your own town paper of greater interest and thereby serve the general com- munity. Whatever news may inter- est you, must surely iuteiest many others. A well known minister who had been preaching a beg...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

I eae of company, ippMfi beautiful in without havinf a thiw.1 awkward. ef «U Ik* sailor in the U r, IÜ tha sailan fm tfcei el tha *mI4, m4 &e i all BMvahaat bait memorise of ma hgr washing and sewiof far IhMMtlTM. A man tailor may tar ^the stadia on ahora, but ha does not it A Chinaman may run a, inndry «all, but tha tan aren't too, id to ba cl&Med with him. Yet, feeling of disgrace attaches to doing the work that a mother or •ister might do for you on land, and, then will eren be a bit of sadness attached to the passing of the old custom which Secretary Daniels has doomed. Laundries on battleships and cruisers and colliers are to wash everything for the rank and file at 40 cents a month. The officers will hare to pay a piece price, which we imagine will be moderate. No longer will the tars be washermen. Fresh water will be saved. Time will be saved. Energy will be saved. And if the ship laundry tean but- tons off there will be a new excuse for growling, which is the inalien...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

i ■> <* ... 'V Writes 3 On Indastrial Arts Denton, Texas, Jen. 27, 1016. Deer Editor: Since entering the College of Industrial Arts last tall, I have become so thoroughly interested by every phrase of my college work that I have been intending for some time to write to jny friends at home and tell them some points about the col- lege and its work which have es- pecially Interested me? Will you kindly allow me space in your columns? The College has recently been raised to the highest standard that of "Class A," offeiing now four years of college work. This work included ten courses, the most popular, among the stu dents being the Household arts course Many people think that the College offers only courses in Domestic Science and Home Economics: however, this is not the case, for in all of the courses offered, stress is laid upon the Domestic Arts. To discuss in detail each of these subjects woule be too great a task; therefore, 1 shall confine myself to a short discussion ol! t...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

i I > i HOUSTON IDIESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunsmiths, Woodworkmen, Wheel- wrights and Horseshoers. I)own town shop In charge of Ed Dreaoher with Jack Boyle Assistant. West end shop in charge of Dr. J. fi. Houston with C. P. Allen, Assistant. Both Shops Guarantee All Work. Dr. J. B. Houston, Veterinarian, Civo* Prompt SCnrico day and Night Shop Phone 201. Rasidenca 128 OR. J. C McGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 119 All Cells Answered Promptly. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-6 Upstairs Opera Houee ldg. Phonee: Office 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. 11. Brewer Phone 9ü L. W. Henslee Phone 3 Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinde of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hitchcock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to i Post Office Phone No. 44. Mrs. Gray Entertained Qui Vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 February 1916

¿í 1¡ •' • ' i ' , tfarajafimifiintiafafiifEfEiantJHJi üHTiininai j aanaaí WE HAVE THE GOODS OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, GRAIN AND GROCERIES IS FULL AND COMPLETE. JUST RECEIVED—1 Car of Cane Seed, Seed Corn, and Millet; 1 Car Yolande Blacksmith Coal. COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries South Texas Ribbon Cane Mo lasses. Maine Seed Potatoes. Northern Seed Corn. Seed Oats. Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Chops, Bran and Shorts. Hardware Collars. ColJar Pads. Hames, Traces Mr. Hill Planters. Jno. Deere Planters. Waukegan Wire. Galvanised Roofing. [ORIOLE FLOURS Guns, Cartridges and Fishing Tackle. We want Tib Trite We will Treet Tea Right iifilíwyiifiwifiifüfujwifwsijiywiji if Fersoaab asi Locale. Mrs. Joe was a gieal tfcis week. at ralatfvaa hare Frank Kadanka was orar from ■mithana, Braaoe county, Sat arda y on basineas. C. E. Martin was down from Lam passes last week, returning home Friday. Ill Sam, Otter leaetlea feel lare The worn cum, bo wmtur of tow long funding, are cur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

Burleson County Ledger N*w« B«tabllsh d IM4 con olldi ««d Chronlel* • IBDO May IBP 7 AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE IBB? ConaolldMlad P*b. (Oil Volumne XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, February u, 1916 Number 50 \ t Your Success Is Our Success In a large measure YOUR SUC- CESS in business increases OUR POW- ER TO HELP YOU; we therefore urge you to join forces with us for our mutual good. Let us serve you. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the urleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. w. w. rajstxiin" AXTOHNITY.AT-LA W ANI) INOTAHY PUBLIC Office isLeiier Bnlldinc Caldwell. Texas J More Candidates For County Offices. The Ledger is authorised this week to announce Hon. T. J. Carter of Somerville as a candi- date for the office of County Judge, subject to the action of the primaries in Juiy. Judge Carter has been a citizen of this county many years and has been a member of the bar almost as long as he has been a citizen of the coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

• «rjip Political Announcements ir District Offices $10,00 Ccunty Office 7.50' Precinct Office* each 2.50 Cash must accompany each an* nouncement: i'he following announcements are subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 28 1916. For District Judge 21st Judci- cial District: R. J. Alexander, Por Representative, Burleson Lee Counties, 68th District- T. F. Mays. A. C. Murray. For District Clerk O. W. Grant For County Judge Warren M. Hilliard. T. J. Carter. For County Attorney Hays Bowers. For County Clerk W. H Hundley, For County Superintendent Thos. A. Schoppe. For Tax Collector Geo. M. Johnston. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek For County Treasurer B. F. De'.amater. Ed. L. Giesenschlag. For Sheriff R. H. Rust. £. A. Ellis. For County Surveyor Ed. F. Matejowsky. For Constable Precinct No. 1 A. T. (Ira) Haddox. For Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Precinct 6 J. N. Vavra. J. W. (Will) Mitchell For Justice and Commissioner, Precinct No. 3 Simon Philp. For Consta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

OUR RURAL STAFF Í h^i te¿< bft New Tabor Newt. ir farmers are working over le now preparing their land crops. The box supper at the school )use last Saturday was well at- ided and music was furnished jkthe Brass Band, and all pres- enciad a delightful time. - Misses Vlasta and Louisa On- drashek and Tony Duback vis- ited Miss Mary Sablatura Sun- day. Willie Richiik and Louis Dub- cak were guests at the home of J^hn Polashek Sunday. Misses Albina Sefcik and Mary Richiik visited Miss Annie Vavra Sunday. Dandy. 'A New Silks, Voiles, Marques- ittes and White Goods now on display at Cobb's- Gus Giving*. ^ We are having some warm } and nice days at present. I The farmeas are busy pre- paring their land for crops. R. Boehme and wife visited at String Prairie Sunday. Miss Mattie Albright of the Hookerville community visited her sister, Mrs. A. Adamthwait j Sunday. Miss Lucille Brymer, Albina Ann Piasek and Emma Lee Vaiigura si ent Sunday with Miss Norma Ramsel D. H Cherry and family spen...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

;• ; STOPPED HIS PAPER. MMIMimillHllt Hricsia cnmi Lcüer By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. KAHIHH. WwnHf- at th« poatottlM 1 Caldw«U. Texas. Ball mattar. Advertising Rat * }ne Insertion 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cent per line each naertion ption Per Year $1.50 Three months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) The waste basket in a newspaper office of anv town do more to keep its citizens in good repute than any other agency, except the fear of the law and the hereafter. In the City primary at Cameron last Wednesday Ex-Sheriff H« ltz- claw was nominated marshal, and our good friend, Matt B, Baily was nominated secretary-treasurer. In the Ledger's opinion Hon. C. A. Culberson will make a better U. S, Senator sick than the whole bunch of his opponents would well. He is in sympathy with President Wilsou's views on all questions and will therefore be a position to bet- ter aid the Democratic admini- stration than any other c...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

BY H. M. EGBERT A ) .J * i fíf ^(.Copyright. 19X6, by W. O. Chapman.) The Httle Welshman and Van Treror looked at each other in the rich man a 'library. The little Welshman was ob- ; vlously in need of a job. Van Trevor | thought. A sense of compassion roso up in him as he inspected the shabby i figure. "Well. Mr. Evans?" he inquired ¡ blandly. "I have come with reference to that ¡advertisement for a man to catalogue your books." said Evans. His heart wan thumping madly; he was desper- ately afraid Van Trevor would see his need and cut down the salary. "You aro acquainted with the class- ■lea. I believe?" inquired Van Trevor. "Yes. sir I studied Greek and Latin at Cardiff university. I know French land German, a little Hebrew, some Spanish —" ! Van Trevor extended his hand cor* ¡dially. My dear fellow, that is sat- isfactory." he Bald. "The work should last about three months. You under- stand it Is not permanent, of course?" he added. ¡ "I only need It for the summer, sir," 'replie...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

Qvi Vim Entertaúed At Hvndley Home Saturday afternoon the Qui Vive Club enjoyed the hospitality oí another of Caldwell's beauti- ful homes, Mrs. W- H. Hundley and her charming young daugh- ter, Mrs B. O. McLean, Jr., ex- tended the welcome while Mies Kate Hundley was spending the week-end in Austin. Quite a number of members were ab- sent, only four tables of players participating in the six games of forty two. It was a most de- lightful afternoon, especially planned for the pleasuae of the guests. Tempting refreshments of oysters, potato chips, wafers and pickles, with fruit cake and coffee was served to Mesdames W. Taylor, U Alford, E. Porter, B. O. McLean, A. Krueger, W. Matthews, L. Henslee, M.Burns, J. C. Womble, T. Oliver, Chas. Oliver, J. Woodson, H- Hudson; Misses Alexander, Lee, Cade, Jenkins, Gray, Cromartie. Precilla Club* Mrs. Levy Kilpatrick was gen- ial hnxtess to the Priscilla Club last Friday afternoon. The cherry warmth of cosy fires together with the hum of happy v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

4 1 HOUSTON k DRESCBER Blacksmiths, Gunsmiths, Wood workmen, Wheel- wrights end Horseshoers. Down town shop in ciisrge of ESd Drencher with Jack boy la Assistant. West end shop in charge of I)r. J. B. Houston with C. P. Allen, Assistant. Both Shops Guarantee AH Work. Dr. J. B. Houston, Veterinaria , Give* Prompt Service day end Night Shop Phone 201, Residence 12S DR. J. C McGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN Office Phono 66 Residence Phono 110 All Colls Answered Promptly. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houro 0-8 Upstairs Opera House Idg. Phonos: Office 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. I!. Brewer Phone 99 L. W. Herwlee Phone 3 Brewer & Henslee Relieble Transfer Line Phono 40 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texee. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hitchcock 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. Monuments I have the agency of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 February 1916

——i ! wFipipiF leicieicicic iciciciciocmcioz^iocícicichmí1 InLílinUlLlllílU ill ill ill ill I UlJlLllUlUrJl UllllUlUi UiUiUiUiUill i!J illilliUillillillllJiklll-IIJl; WE HAVE THE GOODS OUR STOCK OF HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, GRAIN AND GROCERIES IS FULL AND COMPLETE. JUST RECEIVED—1 Car of Cane Seed, Seed Corn, and Millet; 1 Car Yolande Blacksmith Coal. CONE IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE Groceries South Texas Ribbon Cane Mo lasses. Maine Seed Potatoes. Northern Seed Corn. Seed Oats. Garden Seed. Onion Sets. Chops, Bran and Shorts. X Hardware Collars. Collar Pads. Haines, Traces ■Mr, Hill Plantéis: * J no. Deere Planters. Waukegan Wire. Galvanized Hoofing. oriole: flour. Guns, Cartridges and Fishing Tackle. We want Your Trade We will Treat Yon Right * Personals and Locals. John F. Elsik was here Mon- day from Snook. Hay 30 cent a bale at my barn. Frank Dusek, route 3. Col. F. M. Griffin was among those here Monday from Lyons. Mrs. Will Keesee of Conroe came in Monday to visit Mrs. C. L. Ren...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 February 1916

HMEjMin K1ÜH oSí ■' 1 '-1* Burleson County Ledger Nmvum Bsiabllahad ISS4 Conaoildatad Chronlel* • • I8DO M«V 109 T AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L*d({*r Batablt*h*d 109 9 Consolldatad P*b. 1911 Volumnc XXXI Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, February 18, 1916 Number 51 * 6EI THE HABIT Start a Bank Account. Don't be ashamed of a small account—we're not. After a while you'll have money saved, and a good habit; and THE HABIT IS WORTH MORE THAN THE MONEY. The F'rst State BanK Guarantee Fund BanK Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds snd Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. E/A.3STKIX3Sr ArraRXFY-AT-LAW ANDlNOTAHV PUBLIC Office in Ledger Bslldinf Caldwell, Texas J WHEN YOU BUT I AT IBB STORE THE HOLE FAMILY Enjoys many, advantages when you make this Store your pur- chasing point. Coupled with the fact that we carry one of the largest and most carefully select- ed stocks of— Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Groceries. Are the two highly important elements of Quality an...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 February 1916

mm R7 .• m i* ¡T v ' íf ll m Political Announcements District Offices $10,01) Ccunty Office* 7.50 Precinot Office each *«S0 Cash tnuil accompany each an. nouncenient: i'he following announcements are subject to tU® action of the Democratic primaries July 22 1916. Por District Judge 21st Judci- cial District: R. J. Alexander, Por Representative, Burleson Lee Counties, 6bth District- T. F. Mays. A. C. Murray. For District Clerk G. W. Grant. For County Judge Warren M. Hilliard. T. J. Carter. For County Attorney Hays Bowers. For County Clerk W. H. Hundley. For County Superintendent Titos. A. Schoppe. For Tax Collet-tor Geo. M. Johnston. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek For County Treasurer B. F. De'.awater. Ed. L. Giesenschlag. For Sheriff R. H. Rust. E. A. Ellis. For County Surveyor Ed. F. Matejowsky. For Commissioner Beat, Precincts 1 and 7 John Struwe For Constable Precinct No. 1 A. T. (Ira) Haddox. For Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Precinct 6 J. N. Vavra. J. W. (Will) ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 February 1916

% m rfwyyxMw iwwwyww^^iw^vywy^ww RURAL STAFF] Cooks Point HHtmwmtwMNmNmmNiwHMNMW oat all of us out this way democrats, therefore we in favor of preparedness and ee. Wood row Wilson's head is ^evel, and his heart is in the rigfct place, we believe he knows more about the situation than we do, therefore we are willing ,tor sJt his judgement until wp r find out that he has made a mis- take. I note in the last issue of the Ledger that the whole court- bouse family are still candidate* for the same offices they have >been holding, well the Lord knows how long, I believe there is one exception. There is one thing about the matte -, we will get rid of lots of hand shaking as we are well acquainted with a&ll the gentlemen. Our schools aie still progres sing nicely. As a result of the late box supper at the Point, * Miss Josephine Windhausen the teacher, has bought a teachers desk and a nice library, it con- tains a lot of fine books already The folks out this way are planting their g...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 February 1916

3® i- ■ ■ I if: i gp.V5 y¡¡$¡¿ w MNtSM CNill Ldfler By Th# Burle ion County Publithint Co. «f. K. RANKIN. Ml at the postottto «t Caldwell, Texas. m second-cUm nail matter. Advertising Ratee }ne Insertion 20c per inch AJI advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each naertion ption Per Year $1.59 Three months ftOc, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Do not attempt to frighten your children into obedience. Faith and not fear should be the ruliug prin- ciple with them. Parties visiting a printing otfice should bear in mind that it is just as ill mannered to look at a proof sheet or read the type an it is to go into the kitchen and look into the pots and see what they are going to have for dinner. A town that is large enough and good enough for a man to pnrn his living in is good enough for him to buy his provision in. If he does not think so, both he and the town would be better off if l is tent were pitched on other prairies. '•When a man playfully po...

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