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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

N*u/s Eaiabllahfdl Chronlclo * • * I 4 Connolldated BOO may IBO 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L«dg r Eaubllahaci 1007 ConaolldAicd Feb. I9II lumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, August 35,1911 Number 35 uninuiiiiiimiumnniiiHiniiiniMiiiM U/E WANT YOUR ACCOUNT e want your account because we want to ¡ ;do business with all our people, believing that ; we offer every facility for prompt and proper ! I businesses There must be a beginning-do not postpone ; ^ ! the opeiing of an account simply because of the « smallness of your first deposits. Your account, ! I however small, will receive the same prompt ; ;; and courteous consideration we extend to our ; many large depositors. i Ihe First State Bank 0/ Calti&cti, Zioxas GUARANTY I II N D B A N K NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING We're elwtys on the watch for novelties and extra l>.tr^ains with which to pit «ase our numerous outruns. We never let a chance slip to k'vc our tuatoa en• the Inntfit of oar cxftcrlence in sci uriiit! tlu* b...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

§11 l§| ati6 personal happenings iJ« i of tt?e ipeeh. W | Mis* Myirtle Jones of Giddings it the guest of Dr. J. T. Hill and family. **a ^ « 6 .. Mf*. F. J.Wotfpkahas returned from visiting relatives in Busk- IwUe. § * John Brewer is having hie residence remodeled end repair- ed, H tv 1 * J.'W, Woois a id I«\ hji D9| of vSomerville, were here on business Wednesday. '2 ~ - W. J. B. Honjeycut Jeft Tues- A GREAT SHOE SALE ========= \ On -Summer - Foot - Wear l-4th to 31st m m day night for Gatpsvilleto see hisgnother wlio is sick. Hrs Vasor fyix und children went to Somerville Tuesday afternoon to visit relative s. Jesse Garret and jessse Jenkins made an au comible trip to tSomervelle Tuesday morning. The resideuce of R, H, Monta gue in the We*t Em I is nearing completion. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Kagsdale have gone to Brenham where he will buy cotton this eeison, C. 4S. Riley of Fort Worth was Jhere a short while on bu sines the first of the week. J. It. Heslep left Tuesday for Austin on leg...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

vt Mist Jenkins Entertains. Saturday evening Miss Mamie Jenkins entertained in honor of llies Ituth Hubby of Weco. Ou «entering the guests were served /rom s bower of fern*, to a de- licious fruit punch by Mia* Xenia 8saith and Natilee Simpson. This guests then repaired to the pftftor and library where a nuin- tier of merry games of ••Hearts'' «rere played after which a dainty lee cburse was served. Those pratont were Misses Lucy Fsgau Na^il#e Simpson. Xenia Smith, Corp Hundley, Nellie Jenkins, r,.r r. írdleBoafrs, puth Hubby of Hildopardft Herbst, Jose- phine Windhaueen, Alma Herbst of I tren ham, 8avanah Heck, of Gfttyings, Oilie Pollock of Tein* Pie. and Lena Gray. Messrs. Wade Taylor, Jack Parkhill, A II. Barta, Henry Wpmble, S. Wilburne, Hays llowers, Sam Dhefcworth, Chas. Cade, Joe Jenkins. Jerry Matjlca and Gil bert McGregor, Mrs. Garrett Entertains. On Saturday afternoon Mrr. Jesse Garrett wah hostess of the •«42** club st the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.Jen- kin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

lis: bvmsm CMMa Ldflcr «y TH Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Mauler. Entered at the postoffice at Caldwell, Texas, as eccona-class mall matter. d u 9 rtli One Insertion . i a Rates 20*' per inch FEll MONTH The following number <>t inches must bo uwhI weekly to obtain the montbly rute 1 to 9JÍ Inehs ««J ' per inch 10 to IK) ♦« «te " " 30 to 50 •« 45e " " 80 to 100 " 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tive cento per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolution of reepect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. Young County is agitating a bond issue for $100,000 to build good road*. The re-organized J. & N. Railway Company of Houston, has filed its charter with the Sec- retary of State with a certified cspitnl of $11,500,00. Work is being rushed on the railroad lending from Brown wood, to Nay, Texas, and the owner of the road ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

(ocal anfc personal |()i eoppewng ü¿ of tfrc tpeeh. C. H. Houston mother. Kitiy, came Fridoy to up from visit I'll T. V. Murray, of Dallas, was visiting friends hern the first of the week. The Mitinee Polansky, of Lyons are the guests of It. J. Polansky «nd family. Miss Menu Polansky left thit* week for Taylor where she has accepted a job for several month. Mi*. 4. W. Torbitt, of Martin, visited her mother, Mrs. K. W. King this week. Miss Iiettie Scott cume up from SosinTvlUe Sunday to VM- S't home folks. Jo Carringtou who has a job with (lie Santa Ft* in Temple, in ho in f t> vis-1 jctfcii'.s. Mi> s Miiude Mahoney. of Somerville, v¡.sited homi- folks hete Sünduv. L. IV, Menslee and children returned Saturday from spend- ing the woek with relatives in Lyon*. 4uti*is Colli '), of «•d l ho bmt Kj on ! hoA« r'Mktivos. M or the v rlo, !ir- \vei U tixo with Itr*. I). L (¿obh, ( f l.'orsicann, ¿•i t>i« guest of her parents, Mr tktpl Mrs. W. N. Hfslep. L'ritx Huch and wife who hnv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

NO BIGAMIST TOWN TOPICS. J YOU CAN NOT TAKE Jesse Autrey left Tuesday on a business trip to Waco and Mart Mies Klaie Albright left Tues dny for Rockdale, to vieit tela- tiVM. Mrs. Altan Aiken of Ubiies- msn, visited the family of Dave Black the tirit of tl e week. I; II * . 'Xv Hay—for tale 30 cents a bale. Set Oscar Windel barn. ^ ,t wu, J Wantage At once a Bohemian or German lady to cook. R.J Po.lansky, C Jtton is opeiing rapidly and is being ginned and told as fast as possible. Misses Francis and Kstelle Jaqnett who have been visiting here returned to Yoakum Tues- day. Miss as Mattie John and Sadie Huison, if Georgetown, return- ed home Tuesday after visiting friends hete. Quit * a force of hands began on the nev eteel stand pipe Mon Gay moiniag and will be ruehed till the job i i completed. There will be a b'jx supper at the r.ew Second Creek school house on Thursday ni?ht, Aug. 3lst. Everybody invited. C. 8. Wiliiams and family have returned iroin an extended visit to relative*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

. IR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. KM * Cookes Point. Deaf Mute In Limbo. rms io me so hot the peo ean't enjoy auylhimgfr in parta except to spoon, «ml' t> nmrrv; a Mr. Womauk of Clif- cams to our section, and was to áiiss Lillie Gil on, «laughter of Hyrut Gibson. ÁH ptfrtiw seemed to enjojt it, ex- Mr. Uilison, Lillie was his keeper, He looked sh cool barrel of sour-krout in the tine, éince it hen become a settled that the roil rosd will be from stone City to.< ¡hiding* are already two more mir- Uities built, one on the woet aide of the River just seros frota .Stone City, anil another o ittle bit east of J. J. Pros «ley's lioose us s6on a* they material- ise I will nctify ihe people what W■ I fteir names are- It's jusi*' possible for thou both to go defunct. 1 ouch was young but I am not now, but I never .fc'uw the «iíi¡ '.o ehine hot rntrogh to ecorch green eotU n leaves on the Malts until this year. 1 see many acres that look H* though it liad l>eru burned by tire. On the 1st ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1911

i We Have the Goods and Want to Sell You Our Price; Are Right a.nd Ovir Service Good DROP IN TO SEE US. MAKE OÜR STORE YOUR HOME WMILE IN TOWN Moon Bros, and Bauner Bug- gies a car just unloaded. Waukegan Wire, El wood Hog Feuclng, Galvanized Roof- ing, Ginners* Supplies, Belt- ing, Piping, Pipe Fittings and Packing. FULL STOCK GROCERIES One Car Seed Oats on Hand. Fresh Turnip and RapeSeed Pearl Onion Sets to Arrive in time Chef Cooking Oil, fine and cheap 50 per cent cheaper than lard. Try it and see* New Perfection Oil Stoves International Stock Food. Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons I Full Stock of 1 General Hard- 1 ware. - - - • j Oriole Flcrur Always We want Your Trade ^|onif^enfa^ento We will Treat You Right Sfc mwwwMwwwwwwmmwmmmwwwm TOWN TOPICS Mitt Carfie* Williams was a flknnervills victor here Monday. H. C. Broaddus and wile are visiting relatives in Llano. Misa Beululi Hale went up to Milano Sunday to visit relatives. Mr®. George Lewis, of Merle, in the guest of W. Barnett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

I •: T, Naiws Esi«bil«lM clia84 ConaolldaUd Chronlrlo ♦ ' * ISOO May IB9 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Lodgar EatabllsHcci 109 7 Conaolldaied Pe . IOI1 Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, September I, 1911 f j * i lllllimillllKH U/B WANT YOUR IMIIUIII ACCOUNT We want your account because we want to do business with all our people, believing that we offer every facility for prompt and proper buslnesss. There must be a - beginning do net postpone the opening of an account shnpty because of the smallness of your first deposits. Your account, however small, will receive the same prompt and courteous consideration we extend to our many large depositors. The First State Bank Of Caldtvoff, Z/omos OUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING) We're tlwtys on the witch fi r novelties and extra bargain# with which to pleane our numerous patrons. We never ) «t a cha nee slip to ¡¿ive our (-oatomcr* the benefit of our cxpefteric* in securing the bent possible ivalues for money. Tills fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

'«Wvvt/f. ' * "* ; ' W. T' aró personal ftappcmngs .1, of the trcch. W A. E. Harvey ha* returned •pending tbo summer in Texas, 'Misa Lilüe Chachure of Mnr- thefijuestof Mr. and Mrs, )rgo Uaneoiii. « The city schools will open for the fall session on Monday, September 11. Hiss Katie Lee Henslee came p from Lyons Wednesday to visit relatives. Miss Lillie Uust'k left for Itosebud to atteiul the Beseda* Chernosky nuptials. Por the last few days Ihe weather has been cool and some- iat utter the order of fall ither. Hon. A. C. Murray returned Inesday from the discharge his legislative duties in the ly legislature, which ad- ted the day before, The Teacher's Institute will rene Monday morning in the School auditorium with a and interesting program. J. R. Mayson, fcrnerly a resi- of this county, but recently Ivert, has moved to cfcrtes- lan where he will engage in the Bfteral merchandise business. ichool will op! en at the Ma- Hall. Lext Monday, 8ep- 4. Wili be glad to have patronage of t'i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

41 -J■« O i c sht Saturday Night Flat Catving. 11 * ' * There was a cutting scrape down in the flat Saturday night which resulted in Dennis Terrell being pretty badly carved lip with a knife and the arrest of Harry Daniel on a charge of assault with intent t.) murder. H «eeins that Dennis was sit- ting in the house of Tobe Young talking to Harry Daniel's wife, when in walked Harry, who at once jerked out h>s knife and went to work cutting on Ferrell. In all tWre wfcre fourteen cuts, the wornt being just below the left nhoulder blade. A doctor at one*? sewed up the wounds and the injured darkey ia getting Jilotig prwtty well e.vcept that he is rather sore. The Daniel iie¿ro was lodged in jail but made bond next morning. As toon as 8herriff Ilenslee and Ed Kilts got through with this job. they meandered further on <k>wn the flat to a modest, retir- ing looking lit4ki cottage, where they «íould hear the chuckle of male voices . They listened good and henrd a voire sny, "It's m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

Jí.ft,'í5*'' V' . cmiiicifler By Th County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manner. Citation By Publication. ■stored ai the postoffice at Caldwell. Texas, at second-class mall matter. d \ t One insertion 1 (. F c 'i ( i 20e per inch PEIt MONTH The following number of inches must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to O54 lucha «Oc !>*>' «uch 10 to 80 " 50c 1 " 30 to 50 44 45c " 44 60 to 100 44 40c 44 44 ' All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tive cents per line «ach insertion. Oavds of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. Twenty-five car loads of El- berta peaches were shipped from Sulphur Springs recently to the North and East. Coleman has just had an elec- tion which carried unanimously for the issuing of $20,000 far the purpose of improving the streets of the city. The citizens of Abilene have voted <20,000...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

iiiliiininnin OWN TOPICS. A. C. ltodeaney and fumily of Brenham, visited relatives here this week. ^11 John Pargatch of Lyons, vi«i- ted trienda here tlis first of the week. B, I. Sparks, Jr., of OalveH- tOB, visited the family of Mayor J. A. Gray this week. , Miases Lacy and Gladys Byers -of Georgetown, are HieguesU ef the Míahss (J rabow this week. « 0 Charles R. Allen left Saturday for Atlanta, (ieorgia, where he tfpHI In the future make his home. Arnold Prause of Houston, ^ visited the family of Dr. F. VSr. •Sfcoeltje the first of the week. Miss Flora and Master Frank 8toeltje have returned from an extended vuit to relatives in Bell county. There was a lar^e crowd in towtl Saturday neiling their cot- toa, «ettling accounts and buy- teg* goods. Misses Winnie and Etna Henderson returned to Cameron Saturday after visiting friends 3. F. Cobh returned Friday Ht. I ,ouis an<l all points in fast mm north where lie o purchase fall poods. Vusor Nix returned Sun- day from visiting in L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

I * 4 * f Miss Savannli Heck has re* turned to Giddings after u visit to the Misses Hundley, Misses Lottie Juucik and Lil* lie EU&ek returned Monday frpm visittn jln Lyons, Hay—for sale 80 cents a bale. See Oscar Windel at Windel's barn. Juhn A. Hudson has juat fin- ished putting|iu a first-cías job of plumbing for the Caldwell hotel. City Baggage Transfer I am in the Baggage and Transfer business aud will ap precíate your patronage. All binds of job hauling. Phone 344. Troupe Webb. James H. Pillow. James H. Pillow was found dead in his bed at his home near Lyons last Wednesday morning at the age of 08 years. He re- tired in his usual health the night before and some time dur- ing the night while in the repote of sleep he died of heart failure. The remains were laid to rest in the Pillow cemetery the nexi afternoon, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. O. C. <>Avy. Besides his aged widow, There arnsurvivng him five child- ren, all grown. They are Ilobt. < eorge,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

IUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. Providcncc. Horn, to Dewitt Calvin mid wife Sunday, u line 14 12 pound búy. .ffhe Ite is* fcoya of Ivttie'Oak visited hero this week. Mida Bessie Little visited Misa Lizzie Thomas Saturday nr.d Sunday. Joe Ilutmnks and family visit ed liia brother at Harmony Sat- urday and Sunday. The Misaea Hewitt entertained a large crowd oí their young friend* Sunday evening. Ku-io U< yall visit *! hej r, Mrs. Liawie (.J'udy near my bund-y sn White, of Tunis, called here Sunday. Sara Davidson «wis n Tunis visitor here Sunday. There will be preaching by the lor at the church at the tl hour Sundny morning and ¡then «gain at 8 hi the evening. Kvety body is invited to come. During the pant few days have been several nice ius which were greatly appie- i ted. The farmers in thia ire getting along nicely gather- \% their crop*. Born, to Mr i nd Mi>. Henry loo re The ■ •• e m w> wfwa>Mn*«*n^ Hogg Hints. We had a little rain since our last report. The health in this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 September 1911

imMMMMSBSSMMMiSSMftMMt! We Have the Goods and Want to Sell You Our Pricei; Are Right a.nd Ovir Service Good DROP IN TO SEE US. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME WHILE IN TOWN JO Moon Bros, and Banner Bug- gies a car just unloaded. Waukegan Wire, El wood Hog Feueing, Galvanized Roof- ing, Ginners' Supplies. Belt- ing, Piping, Pipe Fittings and Packing. FULL STOCK OROCERIES One Car Seed Oats on Hand. Fresh Turnip and RapeSeed Pearl Onion Sets to Arrive in time Chef Cooking Oil, fine and cheap 50 per cent cheaper than lard. Try it and see* New Perfection Oil Stoves International Stock Food. Oriole Flovir Always Mitchell and OM Hickory WaSons Full Stock of General Hard- ware. - - - s§l We want Your Trade ¡S We will Treat You Rigbt (ocal aufc personal happenings of weeh. Rev. A. S. Broaddus made a business trip to Waco the iirst of the week. K. Drinksrd of Beaumont, was the guest of friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pi wets and Frank Schroeder spent the week at Klectra. it Miss. Maude Ja...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 September 1911

m m MaiaiA — Conaolldslsd ChrStouT'•iSoo m.v * T .7 1 XXVII lfaf-1 'Á:.¿ HI LadcarBaum 14/B WANT YOUR CCOUNT We want your account because we want to do business with all our people, believing that we offer every facility for prompt and proper businesss. „ There must be a beginning-do not postpone the opening of an account simply because of the smaliness of your first deposits. Your account, however small, will receive the same prompt and courteous consideration we efctend to our many large depositors. the First State Bank Of CaitttmoH, 2T#mi GUARANTY FUND BANK ' NO OTHER IUIINIS8 THAW BANKING! lnMIIMIIinm Ill IW< HIIIHIMHIIIHMIM School Books and Supplies For all Schools Caldwell Drug Drugs and Books County Court. County court convened in regular session Monday morn- ing with Judge R. J. Alexander on the btnch and W. M. Hilliard prosecuting for the state. The eriininal docket was first taken up, [according to law, und the following cases were finally dis posed of: Tom Brown, theft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 September 1911

it". T. J. Certer, of Soirerville, was an attendant on oouuty court here thin week. li: ———— H. €. Broaddus ami taarily have retarded from visiting rela- in Llano. lira. Katherine Toibert, of Rockdale, visited her daugther, lira. K. A, Kllia and family this «reek. Mira Irene Gordon who has been viseting the family of K. A. Ellis, returned to Fort Worth yesterday. Robert, Adolph, Willie and Frank Polanaky spent the week in Thorndale where they had a job of tin work to do. (W j Monday was labor day and «une was observed here by the postoffice btiag closed except at train time, J ' Hay—for sale 30 cents a bale. Oscar Windel at Winders i Jl i TpiiM'. laths The idea of teaching every girl to thump the piano, and every toy to be a book-keeper will ■take potatoes worth S8 a barrel ta 90 years. Rev. J. M, Lewis, of Navasots, w J in the Presbyterian Sunday morning, were no service there rening the Presbyterians attending ser vices at the Metho- «•t church. Let us work and stimulate «very leg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 September 1911

wíp t i ■':'í ) I"~ Saner Drinks i 1 We aerve sil kinds of Cold Drinks usually found at any tount. Everything to be had in pure and f rssh ,OM(dlM. .. Mm. W. B. Sillunan nd child- ren ere visiting her parents in Sealy. Miss Marga rette Angus, of Taylor, delivered before teach- er's institute here Wednesday, an able lecture on art. Mrs. W. A. Mills, of Somer vilte, and Mrs H. G. Umland, of Waller, are the guests of 1). C. May field and family. Mrs. Henry Hodges left Wed- nesday for Cameron where she will visit for a few days and then go to Oklahoma where she will spend souie time with her ■children. The New stand pipe is now up twenty live feet high and the work is progressing satisfact- orily under the direction of W. A. Atherton of the Texas Boiler and Tank Company, of Fort Worth. For n good every day house- hold angel, give us a woman who laughn. Home is not a battle- field, nor life one long unending row. A trick of always seeing tbe fright side, or, if the thing litis no bright ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 September 1911

íÉ:TCw*flíl -s ■: *• J' '"' «i m. K ;:il u. — • at •!« 30c per inch PJSil MONTH Ing, number <4 inch** tly to obtain ths 60c per inch «te " " ...45c " " ... ....... 40C *" 41 run until ordered out. Citation by Publication. readers tive cent*, per line of thanks, resolutions of and all matter of a like charged for same rate aa Per Year $1.00 in Advance.) Industrial Notes. irkana Boffrd of Trade eonatraotion of a from Texarkana :t with the to the Gulf Road. sha High School take advantage to appropri* ir to High establiali domestic ling* the 'new in Wiohita $75,000. " mm ^an oh the Stone- Courthouse at As- , at the coat of $47,030. of Beaumont have is of $200.000 improving the that city, of Hariingen are build a new depot k has voted a bond issue for a new city water mmmmmmmmrnmtmmmmmmmmm white rock dam at seven billion at a cost of |$300, to turnj over few «days. The "larg will cost $125, Company of rnaksrs of an wlthj:b«ul- rth.' A'eon- with . wen- of wp. ■, m NS& The State of ...

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