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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

I§§pE - i .vm- * :■ ' - " • • Burleson County Ledger AISO NEWS-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, May 19, 1916 N w« BstabllsHsd IfJi Con °Jld««< Chronlol* IBBO /n«v ••▼ Volumne XXXII «■•dg«r B«Ubll*had IfOV Conaolldatad Pab. 1911 Number n SUCCESS comet to those who in- telligently prepare themselves for it. Among the necessary requirements is a bank account with a first-class bank, such as this. Let us co-operate with you. The pirst State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleeon County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. W. W. IR^HSTKIXIfcT ATI'OH,V K-Y-AT-LA W AND iNOTAhY PTTBXJC Office la Ledcer Bedding Caldwell. Texas I (when yop buy I AT IBIS STORE THE WHOLE 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...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

V ♦ ;jí . . \ 4 W:: mm V!*$$'$•■ Personals ud Locals. A lot of people make a noise, bat only a few are ever heard. Commissioners court has been in session this week as a board of equalization. Jack Rosenwasser was up from Brenham a few days the past week. Joe Casey, Attorney T. J. Carter and others from Somer- ville were here Wednesday attend ing court. - . Piles Cared !a 6 to 14 Deys Your druggict will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fail* to cure any caie of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pile* in * to 14 d y . The firtt application givca Ease and Real. iSOc. The big traction engine of Mo- rey-Paulhaber Co., was loaded on the car last Friday and ship- ped to Sherman. Ohas. Langlotz, of Prairiedale, Louis Keil, Austin Nelins and Fritz Miman of Deanville, were courting here this week. Mrs. R. M. Perdue left Thurs- day night for Marlin to attend the beside of her husband who is seriousl y ill at that place. B. L. Levinson, J. C. Rosentrat- er, R. F. Polansky and H. E. Smith wer...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

l#ífp OUR RURAL STAFF Cook's Point. Mr. Editor 1 have something to tell you and others that will make you feei good through and through, and all over. Inasmuch as you and others have been agitating the subject of diversi- fication of crops, I can tell you that your efforts *re being crowned with a measure of sue- cess. I observe in our neighbor- hood there is a mark advance- ment, made along that hne this year Farmers have planted a good deal more pea-nuts, and more sudan grass, and much stock peas, and sorghum, yes and a great deal more sweet i>o- tatoes. I had nearly over-looked the oat and millet crop, last but not least, our neighbors have nice gardens since the ruins, so you have irreat reason to be en- couraged in the. good work that you ure, and have been doing along the line indicated. Our County Demonstrator, Mr. Kin- ard told me a few days since, that he anticipates getting up a demonstrative picnic at Shady Grove some time in this month. I don't know what kind of a pro...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

Coaaty Psbtiihinf Co. V. V. RANKIN. «ft OsMwell. Teaaa. nail natter. Advertising R«t( <)MtM rtiOQ 20c per Inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each BMrtton „on Par Tear tl.50 Three months SOc, Six months "5c (Invariably in Advance.) There are times, however, when men talk big, say little, and do nothing. A tall woman always has a real advantage over short man, She can invariably make him look up to her. No, dearie we can't give you our opinion of the man who beats his wife, for a real man never does such things. gil BiP Wm Yes, we'd rather have hay in our bair and dollars in our pockets than polish on our backs and noth- in our belly. fe could incidentally, insure health by avoiding those things that promote ill health. But we don't. Oh, yes, James, we like to hear you talk good roads but we'd a heap rather see you get out ^and hustle 'em along. This everlasting uncertainty is just about as trying on one's diges- tion us a full glown war....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

I DUVflll*! A ftl PHYSICIAN Office Phona 66 Residence Phone 119 All Calle Anewered Promptly. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST . Office Houre 9-5 Upete ire Opere Houee Bldg. Phones: Office 221, Roe. 63. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. II. Hrewer Phone WW L. W. IleiiHlee Phone 3 Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinde of Heavy Haulinf. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3 to tie & Hitchcock Drug Store. (Jails answer- prornptlv day or night. hay phone 32. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas '"i DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to • Post Of!ic* Phone No. 44. Monuments 1 heve the agency of the Bren ham Marble Work* and have > nice line of sample books foi you lo select from. If you wan to buy a monument drop me : card end I will call to see yo ^ See me if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for cemetery or residence lots. VASOR IN IX J. F. McIVER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Abetrector end Notery Public Office Upeteire In COURT HOUSE ft COZY BARBER SHOP...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

I well's new Ford chemical for the Fire Department Monday afternoon and given a tryout with the Ford truck Tuesday morning •nd was examined by many citi* sens. It is a beauty and with it the fire boys can mnke the next fire look like "80" cents. Last Saturday Guy Douglass bought out the Model Tailor Shop of R. M. Perdue and will continue the business at the old stand.* Guy has many friends who will be glad to know he has decided to return home foe good and engage in business for him self. He is a hustler and asks a share of your patronage. ft There will be a working at Old Salem Cemetery at Cook's Point next Friday, the 26th. Mrs. Andrew Taylor. Dr. A. Langham, the sage of the Hogg community, was in this week and made us a pleas- ant call. He is past 85 years old and still hale and hearty and says he works every day at something on his farm. He is at present considerably interested in the Mexican situation and says he would like to command a company to go down there and give them a ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

n W> r" Wmii. Indigestion srsihJfiBftfi • w" symptoms such as coated tongue, loss of appetite, general debility, anaemia and stomach disorders leave the patient verysiok. Why not take EVERA'S I I Balsam of Life in time end thus prevent further development of the dieeaee? Its action it prompt and beneficial. It is a tonio of upbuilding value. It brings about a regular movement of the bowels, relieves fatigue, refreshes the patient and lessens the eeverity of the attacks. Ite calming effects make it an efficient medicine in intermittent fever and ague. It strengthens the weak and is recommended to women in their ailments. Pries 75 cents a bottle. STOMACH ACHE. Mr. M. Sofakowlalc. Ooburt. W# tvllle. Ind.. wrote u«: "My wife tun! a itomnch «oh . After taking Severa l Balaam of Life, the paiu «topped." When buying medicine*, ask for Severa'* and ln*i*t on getting what jrou aaked for. Druggist* sell he verm'* ('reparations. Should your druggist not have the medicine you call for, order...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1916

m r-i ¡gfircra/rjarangratfaaaffiaaaaafiifi ¡raa gaan^jariirariiiaiarariirarafiag You Will Find Them at Our Store A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods, Framed Nets, Seins, Japaneese Cane Poles and anything you need orí a camp, fish or hunt. Our Big Grocery Department. None larger and more up to date. We want yoor 6R0ERY tiade. Call in to see us, or use our phone, No. 25, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always SchotttensPeaberry Coffee— none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS Our Hardware Dep't. White and Blue Enamel ware, large line o! alumi- num wt j, Crockery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hardware, Oil, Cook, ing Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. Moon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons B. F. AVERY FARMING IMPLEMENTS We want Your Trade MéttenfMfyeátiú) We will Treat You Right k'ML: jiiiaiaiiUiuaiiBiaHiniiii; asaafitfi Haaitfaiiaaii awggiftfitfWiKgfiwiiiraiiifitfi Personals and Locals. JEjC; él te Ledger ads get the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

\\ 7' ■- " ' ' ' ■ ■ '• ■/■ ' jBJ : . Jjjl : f|' ' . - ;W" urleson County Ledger Nmta/m B*tabllah«d IIB4 Con*oild«t«d Chronlol* 1800 May 189 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE B«t«bll h*d ISO* Conaoltd«t«d P*b. IOI1 Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, May 36, 1916 Number 13 SUCCESS comet to those who in- telligently prepare themselves for it. Among the necessary requirements is a bank account with a first-class bank, such as this. Let us co-operate with you. The pirst State Ban^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty snd City School Funds. w. w. K,A.3STK:xisr ATTORN FY -AT-1 .JK W ANDlNOTAHY Pl'HLIC Office isLerffer Biilldiat Caldwell, Texas WHEN YOU BUY AT THIS STORE THE WHOLE 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 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

Personals and Locals. Mrs. B. F. Raney of Elevation was a visitor here Friday. Joe Jackson of Elevation was attending court here Friday. For Sale or Kent—Residence on Fox street, Mrs. Ida Fraitn. M rs. J. C. Rosentrater o f Lyons was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. W- C. Bain of Fraimville left Tuesday for Humble to visit relatives. Culture Club Report. According to its custom, on May 15th, the Culture Club end- ed its active work, not to be re sumed until the coming October. Much has been done this year to- wards the tiual accomplishment of the object for which the Club was institued; namely, "to en- courage women in culture" to aid in civic work, and to organize a library." Distinction was won by our delegates to the convent- ion of Fourth District Federated Clubs. Membership to the Gen- eral Federation has also been j gained this year. These, togeth- I er with the good derived from i I the study of "American Travel' causes us to feel that in many respects, this has l>een the most ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

I J Our rural staff] ii^u^a lyiAlUkMIAMIl ^^^wTrrn^Ti Cook's Point. I find my knowledge of Eng- lish language inadequate to ex- press the magnitude of in Jtp preciation, and gratitude for the consolidation of the Bend, and Cook's Point school. The county board of education demonstrated their good judgement, and inter- est in the oduc it inn al welfare of our community. 1 am now looking forward with great antic- ipation for a line school in our community, now lets all pull to- gether that )iir desires and ex- pectations may materialize. Just assure as we all discharge our Monday in tin- afternoon at duties as patrons, and teachers,j o'clock, Rev. Power of Caldwell and pupils, our efforts will he j conducting the funeral services, crowned with ¡¿rand * neceas. So: Deceased leaves a wife and seven mote it be. We are to meet next I children and a host of friends to Saturday night - P. .d. at the utourn his death. He was a Cook's Point school house to do- member of the Methodist Brymcr B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

MricsM CHili Lclfler Ely Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manager. at the poatottto* at Caldwell. Texas, at second-class mall matter. HE OUGHT TO GET OUT. Advertlalng Ratea *>ne Insertion 20c per inch All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each naertion ption Per Year ^ $1.50 Three months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) And Villa grins! But don't forget your screens. The Stars and Stripes—Salute. Congratulations! You're looking fine. "We should worry." And we will in time. If the printer is paid promptly and his pocket-book kept plethoric by prompt-paying patron?, he puts his pen to his paper in peace; his paragraphs are more pointed; he paints his pictures of passing events in more pleasing colors, and the perusal oi his paper is a pleas- ure to the people. Paste this piece of proverbial philosophy in some place here all persons can per- ceive. Dehorning is such a simple opera- tion that it is ditficult to explain w...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

DR. J. C. McGREGOR PRACTICING PHYSICIAN Offico Phone 66 Residence Phone 110 All Calle Anewered Promptly. Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-8 Upeteire Opere Houee Bldf. Phones: Office 22, Ree. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. II. Hrewer L. W. Hcnslee I'hone W 1'Jione ;t Brewer & Heoslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone A Hltcheock Drujr Store*. Calls answer- pniiiptlv day or night. l>ay phone 32. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. Monuments , 1 have the agency of the Bren- ^ ham Marble Works and have * nice line of sample book* fot you to select from. If voti want to buy a monument drop me ¡i oard and I will rail to Bee you See nic if you are in the market for Iron Fencing for eetiu tery or residence lots. VASOR IN IX J. F. McIVER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Abstractor and Notary Public Office Upstairs In COURT HOUSE COZY BARBER...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

ssppsllipi Farmers' Demonstration School Pursuant to winouncewPPt the Demonstration School at ( ook s Point was conducted last W ednes- day by the County Demonstration Agent Prof. A. W. Kinnard. This Parmer's Short Course consist ed of an illustrated lecture on Agronomy, the science of agri- culture. by Prof. G. M. Garren of the Extension Department of A. & M. College, two lectures by Mrs. G. M. Garren with actual demonstrations on cooking, can- ning and other phases qf domes- tic economy. Prof A. W. Kin- nard gave án introductory ad dress on community cooperation, marketing and rural education in the forenoon and a special lec- ture on dairying in the afterno m with actual demonstration of milk testing with the Babcock Test machine. The School was well attended and highly appreciated. A bount- iful dinner, well prepared was served on the grounds and per tinent discission held between lectures. At P. M. the School dismissed to reassemble else- where in this county soon it is to ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

I S PI - .1 ■J T \ leal Announcements District Offices $10,Oo 4Jcunty Office 7.50 Precinct Offices each 2.50 Cash must accompany each an- nouncement: The following announcements are subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 22 1916. For District Judge 21st Judi- cial District: K. J. Alexander, For Legislature 1547th Flotorial Dis- trict, Austin, Colorado, burleson, Fayette. Fort Bend, l.ee and Wal- ler Counties: Leonard Tillotson, of Sealy. For Representative ti8th D.strict •—Burleson and Lee Counties T. F. Mays. A. C. Murray. For District Clerk (J. W. (¡rant. For County Judge Warren M. llilliard. T. J. Carter. For County Attorney Hays Mowers. For Couuly Clerk W. H Hundley. For County Superintendent Thos. A. Schoppe. For Tax Collector Ceo. M. Johnston. For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matri-k K O Skelly. Will Hein For County Treatpfer B. F. Delaniater. Ed. L. Gienenschlag. For Sheriff R. H. Rust. E. A. Ellis. For County Surveyor Ed. F. Matejowsky. For Commissioner ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1916

, . :* -. ICICICICLCICICICI0JE ftCIClflUEin 191313013191 31313m1 313l3hVi31a You Will Find Them at Our Store A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods, Framed Nets, Seins, and anything you need on a camp, fish or Japaneese Cane Poles hunt. Onr Blft Grocery Department. None larger and more up to date. We want your G ROER Y trade. Call in to see us, or use our phone, No. 25, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always Schotttens Peaberry Coffee— none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS Our Hardware Dep't. White and Blue Enamel ware, large line of alumi- num ware, Crockery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hardware, Oil Cook- ing Stoves, Water Coolers, lee Cream Freezers. Moon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old hickory Wagons H. F. AVERY FARMING IMPLEMENTS We want Your Trade cmí^eiáin^eníínly 'We will Treat You Right Personals and Locals. Miss Davis left Saturday for Austin. Miss Lottie Hughes left Mon- day for Temple to. visit friends. Jennings McLean and ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1916

«3 MfflL.. ■ ■; • Burleson County Ledger * \ N«w« e«Ubllah*d 1884 Consoildat*d Chronlfil* I800 May IS0 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE OonVo I Idatad'pSb.'lofl' Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, June a, 1916 Number 14 The Need of Capital! Many business failures could have been prevented had the owners ob- tained capital at the crucical moment in their affairs. Those who carry accounts in this Bank in the proper manner can depend upon our assistance when in need, The First State Banl^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty and City School Funds. W. W. i^A-IsTIKIXlSr ATTOKNFY-AT-LAW ANDlNOTAHY FtTBJUC Office in Ledger Bslldlv Caldwell, Texas Let Is Shoe THE WHOLE FAMILY The Star Brand Patriot Shoe for Hen. in ail the lates shapes-- none better. Society Shoes for Ladies' and Misses, in low cuts, all shapes and styles See them before you buy others. Tess and Ted Shoes for Qirls and Boys, defy competition be- cause you get you...

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

ms. Personals and Locals, E F. McCarty, wife and babe returned home Saturday, Frank Henslee was a Somer- ville visitor here last week. Otto Wendorf spent Sunday in Brenham with relatives. M rs. Kate Collins of Amarillo is a guest of Mrs. W. A. Hill this week- Miss Lela Wood has returned from Oakwoods to spend her va- cation. Miss InezWyatt spent several days at Cameron this week with friends. Miss Minnie Dusek visited relatives at Cameron Saturday v .and Sunday. Miss Hazel Williams of Somer- ville was a guest of Mrs. M. S. Douglass this week. A. Coldiron and W. A. Meadows of Elevation were here Saturday attending court. E. P. Reynolds, Casper and Williaii) Landolt of Somerville were visitors het-e Saturday. Miss Lydie Grabow, who has been teaching at Plainview the past session is at home for her vacation. Mrs. Carl Talley, who has been here on a visit to her parents, R. E. Etael and wife, left Moniay for her home atTempa. Prof. L. V. Plummer of George* town was here the first of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1916

UR RURAL STAFF Chrietman Chats. Cook'* Point. =5= The Sunday School Picnic was held here Tuesday as announced, but the attendance was quite ■mall, ivs many of the farmers could not spare the time to at- tend, however, a very pleasent day wis had. A number from Caldwell, Lyons, Cook's Point and Milano were present. A game of base ball between the Cnriesman and Milano teams was played Tuesday, resulting in a victory for home boys, by a score of 1 "> to H. A "Home Talent Company" of Lyons, entertained the people here, and the visitors to the pic- nic, at the Woodman Hall Tues- day night with an exceedingly nice play. A nice program has been pre- pared, and will be rendered by the Sunday School children next Sunday at 2:30 P. M as a special "Children's Day Service. "' All are cordially invited to attend Miss Marie Love lias returned home from Cool edge, where she has been teaching school the past year. Tom E. Howard Calhoun is home from In harmoney with the sugges tion of the County ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1916

Burleson Countu Ledger' looking for opportunities. felt W. W. RANKIN, Editor and Publisher T. C. HOUSTON, Assistant Manager. Entered at the Post Office at Caldwell, Texas, as second-class mail matter. ADVERTISING RATES: One insertion -,>c per inch Local readers 10 cents per line each' insertion. All advertising run until ordered out. Subscription Per Year $1.50 Three months 50c, Six months 75c. (Invariably in advance) We are pleased to note a deter- mination on the part of our citizens in general, and tlie ladies in particu- lar, to plant flowers and beautify City of the Dead. This is certainly most commendable but there is a sequel to the story. Occasionally people visit our cemetery fr m other counties and pluck these tlowers. We say they come from otlyer counties because it is not possible that we have those in our own county so low down in the' scale of humanity that they would steal flowers from the dead. Let no one pluck a flower in our ceme- tery. To steal from th*1 living...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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