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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

Burleson j Naur* Baiabllahsd lfB4 Consoild«t«d Chronlol* • ~ IBOO ««V l«®* A PSD NEWS-CHRONICLE .•cigar ki«t«bllnh*cl ISO* Consolidated Pab. IO 1 Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, March 10, 1916 Number a IF YOll APPRECIATE Sound conservative business policy and a helpful Banking service, we re- spectfully solicit your account. For con- sering and protecting your earnings no other method is so practical in all its features as our Bank account plan. We are not offering advice about how to run the government, hunting, fishing or farming—nor the kind of seed farmers should plant but just simply banking. We respectfully invite you to come to see us. t The First State Banl^ Guarantee fund Bank * Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. * "w. "w. zRA-nsriciiisr ATlX3HNWY.AT-IiAW ANI) iNOTAHY FUBI-.IC Office io Ledger Batidlo* Caldwell, Texas I 0 WHEN YOU BDY "AT THIS STORE THE WHOLE FAMILY Enjoys many advantages when...

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 March 1916

Mrs. Williams Hostess To Cuitare dab IN e w/ spring 1e Personals sad Locals. Guy Douglass was an Austin visitor tbe past week. For Sale—Field Peas, $1.50 a bushel. V. A. Collins, Route I. W. O. Addison made a busi- ness trip to Cameron Monday. Dr. J. B. Honeycut and wife were Temple visitors the past week. For Sale—Three Durac-Jersey Pigs for sale, two males and one gilt, full blood. C. A. Bain. 2 2t P jjjfef. ' mm---- ¡¡É Miss Lucy Calvin returned to Chriesm&ti Sunday to resume her school work. Mrs. Winn Wallace of Eunice, La., is a guest of her sister-in law, Mrs. E. C. Heslepf The Methodist Ladies will hold their annual Easter Bazar on Friday before Easter. Rev. Hulen Carroll and wife of Navasota were guests of his fa- ther, W. C. Carroll, and wife the past week. Mr. Clyde Littlefield of the Uuiversity of Texas was in Cald- well last Saturday for the Inter- scholastic tract meet. Joe Broaddus, who is working with the Santa Fe bridge gang, was home to see his mother and sister...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

Brymer Briefs. Farmers in this section are >ugh planting corn, and a [good rain is badly needed, as It he re is hardly enough moist- ire in the ground to bring up Anything, and for this reason ^ere are very few garden*. E. Dunaway and family of ( Hookerville were visitors to this community Sunday. Miss Winnie M. Brymer is a guest of i elatives at Caldwell Bmii Faust and H. A. Walters made a business trip to Dean- vide Saturday. A singing service was enjoyed at the Chapped Sunday night. Joe Scott, Geo. Johnston and Hod Porter of Caldwell attendee) services here Sunday. Several families from here went to the Yegua river Satur- day for a fish fry, but as they had poor luck with the finney tribe, no fish fry was had, ho*.v ever, our Sadies went prepared and tables were spread, and everything appetizing were there and after enjoying the excellent dinner, we returned to our re spective homes wishing for another outing of the kind at an early date. W. M. Stone of Caldwell preach ed at P...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

P.-; TÍ E K ■' ¡p County PubUthhis Co. W. W. RANKIN, Naiaier. i 8 at Ib* postoCfta* •* Caldwell. Texa , u «ecoad-chu mü Mtt«. Advertising R«t « One iMeruon 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered out Local readers 7 1-2 cent per line each naertion lüibecription Per Year $1.50 Three months SOc, Six mouths 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Ledger advertisers save you ni« ney. Trade with them. No man pleases everybody. If he does lie is weak-kneed, carries w ater on both tihould,eis and won t tell the truth. But when a man don't please you, be man enough to go to him and talk with him rather than talk on the streets and say tilings you would not say to his face. But of all the chronic kickers who make the art a trade, the eranks who kick the papers are the lowest on the erade; they kick if 30U forget them in a no1 lee, em! lift the very ceiling if their names aren<>t spelled right; they kick be- cause their paper Is silent <>n their fads, and kick a little harder when it ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

The 8tate of Texas, County of Burleson. Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a certain Execution and Foe Bill issued out of the Honor ible Justice Court of Precine£ No. One, Burleson County, of the Iftth day of February, 1U10, by W. N. Heslep, Justice of the FVace of said Precinct, for the sUui of One Hundred, ¡Sixty Sev- en and 12-100 ($1(57.;2) Dollars and,costs of suit. under a Judge nient, in favor of The Bush Hill Distilling Company in a certain cause in said Court, No. 202 and styled The Hush Hill Distilling Company vs. (Juw Engleman, placed in in y hands for service, I, A. T, Haddox, Constable Pre- cinct No. One, Burleson County, Texss, did, on the 15th day of February, 191H, levy on certain Heal Estate, situated in Hurle son ( ounty, Texas, described as follows, to wit: An undivided one half interest in one acre of land out of O. Per- ry League, Burleson County: Beginning at a staae in N. E. lint- of a ."0 acre tract sold J. E Henslee by .), W. Wood at west corner of a ¡...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

if- Él Oklahoma Territory Indians and White Cowboy*. Hon ling Wolves. Great Historical Indian Village Home Life. Pageant Play From the Far West, Visiting Texas Schools. Talking, singing in both Indian, and English. Reproducing the first settlers of our country, In- dians. cowboys and howling wolves. Indians coming to visit our school. Indian Chief Hip-Py-Kio and Squaw, three Indian buck boys, 4-5-14 years of /agí; one little white girl 4 years of age, and big mustang wolves, and cowboys and the little Lone Star pappoose baby boy, all take part in the Indian Village Great Pa geant play from the Par West. These noted Oklahoma Terri- tory Indians who are visiting th<* Texas schools coming from the Far West on exhibition flr*t in Texas at the Cotton Palace, was before the Y. M. C. A. Next place on exhibition, the Hon. Gtov. Ferguson's town, Belton, Texas, before thousands of peo- ple, which was highly endorsed, that these Indian village plays and lectures by Chief Hlp-pi-Kio on India...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

■Jpg % ft i BRESCBER ¡Iks, Wbiel. Down to**i shop in charge of ■d Dmelwr with Jack Boyle Aasiatant. West end shop In charge of pr. J. B. Houston with C. P. Allen, Assistant. Both Shops Guarantee All Work. Dr. J. i. Novate*, Vtteriiwriu, GitM Prompt Scnrka day sad Night SOI, lUtidtKt 1SS DR. J. C McGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 119 All elle Answered Promptly. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upsteirs Opere Houss Bldg. Phonos: Of Acs 221, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. H. Hrewer Phone 1W L. W. llenslee Phone 3 Brewer & flenslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycot PHYSICIAN Office In 8tone & Hftchrock Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly day or night. Day phone 82. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas DR: R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST OfAce Up-stairs Next to Poet Office Phone No. 44. r?' kT ■ . Catholic Notes. (Adv.) Keeping Lent. Last Wednes- day started the penitential sea- son of Lent, which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 March 1916

m >: : ■ -iw PWPif IFIFiWf IPIPIPIWWF1FIWMP dn3iaVi3i3i3n 3ian7ian3i3ii3i3iiii3n ...DROP IN AIND TAKE A... LOOK AT OUR BIG STOCK $¿ ' ' - ■ * -V , # .. í . AND LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS—WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS. Plow HtrnMi, John Dear* Plows, Avery Plows, Nr. Bill Planter , Hiss Dixie Plsntsrs, Plow Shapss, "all kinds," Buck's Stoves, "None better," 1—Car Noon Bros, and Banner Buggies just come in, well finished up-to-date work—Let us fit you out with a nice Surry, Buggy or Runabout. 1—Car Seed Corn, Cane Seed and Millet. 1 —Car Yol ande Blacksmith Coal. Mebane, and fancy Big Boll Rowden Cotton Sf ed. Sudan Seed, Feterita Seed, Milo Neise Seed, Garden Seed, Oate, Bran and Shorts, Seed Potatoes, Nary Molssees. BIG LINE STAPE AND FANCY GROCERIES—FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS, Heins Picklee, Heins Preserves, Heins Mince Neet, Heins Plum Pudding, Heins Vinegars. FINE UNE FISHING TACKLE "JUST IN." GUNS AND CARTRIDGES. BIG UNE SHELF HARDWARE. We want lonr Trade Sní^eráMento Personals and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

i ¿ym** N*ih« Bali Chronlel* ibllah*d lfa 4 Con*ollditt*4 • IBDO may 1897 AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE L.a< Migar Balabllahad IB9f Conaolldatad Fab. 10 1 Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, March 17, 1916 Number 3 IF YOU APPRECIATE " g* Sound conservative business policy and a helpful Banking service, we re- spectfully Solicit your account. For con- sering and protecting your1 earnings no other method is so practical in aH / its ^ features as our Bank Account plan. We are not offering advice about how to run the government, hunting, fishing or farming—nor the kind of eed farmers should plant but just simply banking. We respectfully invite you to come to see us. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Ban* Caldwell. Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. IK^ISTiKXIN" ATTOHNWY-AT-LA W AND iNOTAHV P1TH1.JC Office I# Ledger Bail dint Caldwell. Texas "1 i J WEN YOU BUY AT THIS STORE THE WHOLE FAMILY Enjoys many advantages when y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

i', fe MM 6,539.77 w CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK At Caldwell, in the State of Teses, at the close of business March 7,1916. MMOUaCBS Loans and Discounts , .$159,022.49 U. 8. Bonds to securecircu- latiou • • • • • •• 50.000.0ft Subscript inn to stock of Fed- eral Reserve Bank $6.000.00 Less amount unpaid 8,000.00 3,000.00 Value of banking house 8,200.00 Furniture and fixtures 2,800.00 Due from Federal Reserve Bank Due from approved RetH*rve Agents in New York, Chicago and St- Louis >10,795.75 Due from approved reserve agents in oth- er reserve cities $84,818.84 $95,614.59 Outside checks and other cash itema ... $26.26 Fractional * 'urrency, nickels and cent* ... 196.05 222.81 Notes of other National Hanks 1,445.00 Total coin and certificates. .$10,183.7 Legal-tender notes 630.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due frotu U. S. Treasurer $2,502 50 Total $339,860.36 liabilities Capital stock paid iu $ 50.000.00 Surplus Fund 50,000.00 Undivided Profits. $15,141.67 Less current ex-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

Deanville Doings. ¡OUR RURAL STAFF Cook'* Point Brymer Brief*. Rev. Charles Smith of the Apostolic church preached at the Bend school house last Friday night to a Rood turnout. W. M. Stone preached at the 'Point last Sunday to an interest- ed congregation* 1 think I will meet you at your next appoint- ment, Brother Woote. Dr. C. A. Sherrill went to Fort, Worth last Saturday evening to attend the stock show and accom pany his daughter Thelma home. She has be**n attending school there for quite awhile. J. W« Sherrill and wife went to Brazos county to visit T. P. Hall and family Inst Saturday. The school in the Bend will close next Friday, with a picnic 4|>n the river at the Walling cross- ing. We are having nice spring weather, but we sure are need- ing rain. Part ol the people are not th rou u h pi an ting corn, balance are waiting for it to rain. I fear the farmers will got a poor stand of corn on the upland on account of the dry weather. Now is a good time to go fish- ing. Some ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

MHcsm CMMi Leüer By Th« Burleson County PuMlshtaif Co. W. W. RANKIN. Bo—jof. mtm*4 at th« poatofflM Caldwell, Tesa*. m •eoontf-claa* mall matter. Advortlslng Ratea •>ne Inaertlon 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered onfc. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each naertion festonription Per Year Si.50 Three months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Hogs and peanuts is a safe polioy of preparedness for Burleson county farmers to adopt. Tl e German5 sea raidei* gave a Meowe." The allies said scat! But the combined war dogs tailed to chase her up a tree. Villa is accredited with the re- cent raid on Columbus, N. M.. in which a number of American sol- dieis and citizens were killed. W.'P. Lane, comptroller under the Colquitt [administration, died at Fort Worth on the 6th instant, Mr. Lane was formerly a business man of Denison. Coal is selling in Italy at $50 a ton. In the absence of a merchant marine American coal barons can only squirm and wriggle and snap their fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

3RK ■ÉL I Constable's Sale. The State of Texas, County of burleson. Notice is hereby tfiven that by virtue of a certain Execution and Fee Bill issued out of the Honor- able Justice Court of Precinct No. One, Burleson County, of the lfttli day of February, 1910, by W. N. Heslep. Justice of the Peace of said Precinct, for the sum of One Hundred, Sixty Sev- en and 12-100 ($107.12) Dollars and cost of suit, under a Judtf**- nicnt, in favor of The Hush Mill Distilling Company in a certain cause in said Court, No. 202 and styled The Bush Hill Distilling Company vs (ius Engleman, placed in my hands for service, I, A. T. Haddox, Constable Pre cinct No. One, Burleson County, Texss, did, on the 15th day of February, 1910, levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Burle- son County, Texas, described as follows, to wit: An undivided one half interest in on© acre of land out of (). Per- ry League, Burleson County: Beginning at a stuK«' in N. E. line of a 50 acre tract sold J. E. Henslee by .1 VV....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

- *r •?- :tT •*\^v . -;t:.' w m Wte\7 ■ÉL;, !¡:l I Rv: Hi* fc Jfc r'SMWH PaPra •'' • fc ts STRUWE'S Confectionery A Complete Line ofCenfetionery Goods Always on Hand. Cendlee, Fruits, Etc. COLD DRINKS Fine Grede of Cigars and Tobaccos. Polite and Courteoua Clerks to Serve You. Our store has just been re- modeled inside which gives it a more faacinatihR appearance. Everything clean and sanitary. Your Pstronage Appreciated. R. STRUWE, Jr. Next Door to Post Oftice. Political Announcement? District Offices ,....$10,00 Ccunty Office 7.50 Precinct Offices each 2.5U Cash must accompany each an- nouncement: The following announcements are subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 22 1916. For District Judge 2ist Judi- cial District: R. J. Alexander, For Representative, Burleson Lee Counties, 68th 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. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

¡É r.^-. Gunsmiths, «« " ^ J n town shop In charge at Jack Boyle West end sliop In charge of Dr. J. B. Houston with C. P. ▲lien, Assistant. Both 8hops Guarantee All Work. Dr. J. B. Housto ■ VtteriHiiu, Cívm Prompt Serv leudar aad Night Stop PboM 201, RmMnem 128 visit to DR. J. C McGREGOR PRACTISING PHYSICIAN Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 119 All Calls Answered Promptly. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 0-6 Upstairs Opera Houee Bldg. Phones: Office 221, Res. 63. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. H. Hrewer L. W. Henslee Phone MU Phone 3 Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phono 49 or-6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Hoseycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone A Hitchcock Drug Htore. Calls snswar- promptly day or night. Hay phone 82. nighi phone 181 Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Woman's lot ia a weary one at beat. But with baokaohe and other diatrea8lng kidney ilia life indeed becomes a burden. Doan's Kidney P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 March 1916

A ...DROP IN AND TAKE A... LOOK AT OlIR BIG STOCK AND LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS—WE CAN 8UPPLY YOUR WANTS. y Plow Harness, John Dnn Plows, Avory Plows, Nr. BUI Plsntsrs, Hiss Dixis Plontsrs, Plow Shspss, "all kinds/' Buck's Stovoo, "None bottor." 1—Car Moon Bros, and Bannar Buggies just coma in, wall flnishsd up-to-date work—Lot us fit you out with a nica Surry, Buggy or ftunabout. i 1—Car Seed Corn. Cane Seetj and Millet. 1—Car Yolande Blacksmith Coal. Mebane, and fancy Big Boll Row den Cotton Seed. Sudan Seed, Feterita Seed, Nilo* Maize Seed, Garden Seed, Oats, Bran and Shorts, Seed Potatoes, Mary Molaasea. BIG UNE STAPE AND FANCY GROCERIES—FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS, Heinz Picklea, Heins Preserves, Heinz Mince Meat, Heinz Plum Pudding, Heinz Vinegars. FINE UNE FISHING TACKLE "JUST IN." GUNS AND CARTRIDGES. BIG LINE SHELF HARDWARE. We want Your Trade enliríMenÉiitó We will Treat You Right ' 14 Personals and Locals. H. H. Henslee was in this week on business. Dallas T. G. Heslep wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1916

■ ?m t p 't, ' ,T'' I ' i Chroníoíí,*b''*,h*'í ÍISo C«i UV County Ledger A PSD NBIA/8-CHRONICLB eaiabilahad ISO* Conaolld«t d IOH Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, March 34, 1916 Number 4 1* We Want You To Knew That your account is welcome at this Bank, regardless of sise. BIG FORTUNES HAVE SMALL BEGINNINGS. Get the habit of saving and your future welfare and prosperity are assured. Call at any time. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds snd Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. IR^ZNTIECIlSr ArroHNWY-AT-I,AW ANDlNOT'AHY PUBLIC •HIlet !■ Ledger Baildiac Caldwell, Texas WHEN YOD DPY I AT THIS STORE THE WHOLE FAMILY Knjoys 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 and Price. This splendid co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1916

IF! ft. -. ■ x Personals and Locals. Mrs. L. Heineke returned from Bren haul Wednesday. Tom Gilley made a trip to Temple Tuesday. Mrs, Simon Philp of Chries- man was a visitor here Tuesday. John Burns and wife of Tem- ple were guests of relatives here this week. Miss Trazy Piwetz and little Benita Piwetz s|>ent last Friday with relatives near Deanvills. For Sale or Rent -One 3-room bouse, well and ¡1 acres of iand; $4.00 per month. Vinse Matus, Route 1. 4-4t p Misses Lovy McLeod and Lil- lian McGregor of Millican, were guest of S. H. McLeod and wife this week. United States Troops Invading Mexico More than 10,000 American cavalry soldiers are now scour- ing Mexico in an effort to cap- ture Bandit Villa and his gang of murderers. The troops have thus far covered over 250 miles and are expecting a battle with Villa hourly. Caranza and his trtx>ps are offering no resistance or giving any assistance to our troops, but are trying indepen- dently to capture Villa. A price of $100,00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1916

mmmm *81 "V $ ml r Deanville Doings. Rain, rain is still the cry and needed badly. Mr*. T. B. Tray lor and child- ren from Chriesman visited rela- tives here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Austin Nelms returned from Hound Top Saturday where she made a week's visit. A play party was enjoyed at the home of C. Garland and wife Saturday night. Mrs. Ad Don at h and children of your city were visitors here Sunday. Miss Gehrels from Chriesman is visiting tlie Mioses liaron. Miss Annie Speitz of Gus vis- ited Miss Mamie Gerland Satur- day and Sunday. Will Maddox and wife visited Albert Nichols and wife near Birch Sunday. Marl L.vtlo and family visited Bob Skelley and wife Sunday. Miss Lola Cowan visited her sister Mrs. lx*e Maddox Sunday. Lou Good son was a visitor in our midst Sunday Bob Maddox visited his par ents here Sunday. Candy Kid. Cook's Point. Since my kst report Í have been agreeably surprised. I have learned by observation that those H^ho planted corn like I told them too, have a nic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 March 1916

MBjj jHPPPP^fp I®,1' MTfcSM CNM| LC«9Cr By Th« Borletoo County PubUiMnf Co. K. W. RANKIN. ««■tañé at the «i Caldwell. Tiitt Ball m*ttw. Advertising R«rt< )D8 insertion - - 20o par Inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local reader 7 1-2 cento per line each naertion ption Per Year $1.50 Three months 60c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Now if General Petshing will only cut the cable all will be well. The tomato season is approach- ing. How much money will it bring into Burleson county? Demonstration agents are good things in themselves, but their pupils as a rule are "the only right- eous in a world perverse," and shy at anything that requires concen- tration of thought and energy. This word preparedness is being overworked. If it were applied more extensively to business and personal affairs industrial oppres- sion would be relieved It may he commendable to talk about helping the farmer. But many farmers are from Missouri and would prefer to be sbown how to help the...

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