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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

!l¡pí Si ;t t ■ ri # i \ JNmvum e t fc ll.h.d 1884 Con«otlcli tj d Chronlel* I890 /n«y I4B0 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ledger L.meigmr BmtmtollmHmt* l«0| Conaolldatad Pab. IOII 4 Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, June 33, 1916 Number 17 % ON THE LEVEL We want to meet our customers on the level of Equality, want them to feel that not one of the officers of thin bank is "stiff- necked" or liable to turn the cold shoulder toward them. We all appreciate courtesy, kindness and a square deal. We aim to give just that, to big and little, old and young. We play no favorites. We want you to feel at home when you are at our bank. Gome in and lot's talk it over. The First State BanK Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty snd City School Funds. W. W. JEZJL2<T2£I2sr ATTOHN B'V-AT-I,A \V AND NOTAHV IH'HI.IC Office la Ledger Buildinf Caldwell, Texas «EH Let Is Shoe THE WHOLE FAMILY The Star Brand Patriot Shoe for Hen, in all the...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

life M. m <M ■ ?3¡ w Personals and Locals. Miss Bessie Curry left Satur- day for her hume at Morgan. We are compelled to collect •l .50 on subscription from Jly 1 Jos. Wondrash and son Joe, motored to La Grange Sunday. John Dubchak of Port Lavaca was here Friday mingling with friends. as i Miss Elmer Dam ron has re- turned from an extended stay in Temple with her aunt. Miss Mattie Tisdale, who was a guest of Miss Jessie Womack, left Tuesday for Hutto. Miss Hildegarde Herbst is home from an extended visit to relatives at Bellville. V. E. Lacina and wife and Rdbt. Polansky were among the Birch shoppers here Monday. John Gregg and family were in from Pitts Bridge Monday shopping. Miss Madeline Chiles of Fort Worth was here this week visit- ing relatives. Miss Gladys Brewer is home from Southwestern University at Georgetown. John God by and family spent several days the past week in LaGrange with relatives. Mrs. G. Z. Saddler an 1 child- ren ot Bellville came in Saturday to visit rel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

Entertained. Qui Vives Hare a Pleasant Meeting ,* Last Thursday morning, Mis* Mamie Jenkins complimented Hhe members of the M- M. Club with a very peasant and inform- al entertainment. Alter an hour or so spent in happ^ conversation, the guests were invited up stairs, where two rooms were used to display the many pretty tilings of a bride's trousseau. Ice tea and sandwiches were served, little Miss Mary Eliza beth fiarrett assisting. Each plat * bore an envelope with card of good wishes and the name of the hostess. These cards were read aloud after Mrs B. O. McLean, Jr., the president of the club, read her card a sweet and impressive note ol resignation from Miss ,)i nkiits. who will soon leave for her no \ home in Dalias. Those enjoying the affair includ ed Mesdumes J. («ariett, K. Mc Carty, W. H. Taylor, U. Windel. Hays Rowers, A t . Knieger, B. O. McLean, Jr., Missi s Pt'ak of Abilene, Natalee Simpson. Marie Stone, Quern Heslep Eunice Morgan, Kathleen Cade, Catherine Hundley, Ali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

mi r i fe" Burleson Countu Ledger W. W. RANKIN, Editor and Publisher T. C. HOUSTON, Assistant Manager. Entered at the Post Office at Caldwell, Texas, «8 teeond-class mail mat ter. ADVERTISING RATES: One insertion 2Uc per inch Local readers 10 cents per line each Insertion. All advertising rail until ordered out. Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Three months 50c. Six months "5c. (Invariably in advance) ^ ^ President Wilson hit the nail on the head when he said there is no such thing as a hyphenated Ameri- can. You are either an American or you are not one, no matter what your nationality was before you came to America aud swore alle- giance to it. When you took ti«e oath to stand by this country and then fail todo it, you commit pei- jury and should be deported as an undesirable citizen. How ever we are glad we have none of ihis class ot people in our county Now that the prohibition ques- tion is again to be submitted at the July primaries, let s all stop and think before we go to pieces...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upstairs Opera House BIdg. ptynaa: Office 22, Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS 4 T. II. Brewer Plu ne W L. W. Henalee Phone 3 Brewer ft Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in 3t< iie iV Hitchcock Drug Store. ('alls n>wer- prunptly Jay or night- Day piione82. night phone Caldwell, Texas (Copyright. U16, by W. O. Chapman.) "Red's" tut stretch bad been for nine years. He bad gone Into the penitentiary at tbirty-five, and be came out at forty-four, an embittered man. What had been gall and wormwood to him during the latter portion of his imprisonment had been the cessation of news from the outside world. He had thought of all his pals, he. "Red" Crofts, known as the cleverest counterfeiter that tod ever come un- der the eye of Uncle Sam. He had ¿houghl of tne men who betrayed him and were at eas« ; hut he had thought most of his sun. a boy of ten when he «•as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

y-í: W: Mm § .f- ñ \ í * Sí: £: y; p * íw .* w •',• JnfE PMHP t v, ->.£ «'* ■ S?* viP «fn| 'i ' ¡4 ■' H. Amendment to the Constitution Relating to Levying Tax for School Purposes. H. No. 30. > Hot' * Joint Rkho- on. Proposing an amendment to Section 3, Article 7, of the Constitution of the State of Tesas, authorising the levy and collection of Jin ad valorem coun- ty tax not to exceed fifty cents ojj the one hundred dollars valuation of County Sunday 'WSi School Convention I' WÓULO DTlfT ACTOR. The County Sunday School convention met in annual session at Soiaei'ville Monday and Tues- day with State woi kei s Wiggins, and NliSses Price and Staries present. Some twenty-seven property for the maintenance « # the i from |,ere attended the conven- Including Reva. Biaho,, and au ad valorem district, tax not to ex-1 Power, and Sunday school Sup- oeed one dollar on the one hundred i erintendeftt8 Hitchcock an(j dollars valuation of property for the maintenance of the public schools of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

* mm . •'# * 'i'' Pft, ; .y-, '• - , W,f ► # r lee Cream end Cold Drinks. f am now serving the beet Cream and Cold Drinks ever, at my new stand on Buck St. Special attention to orders for entertainments. Satisfac- tion guaranteed. J. R. Bates, Political Announcements District Offices $IU,00 <"cunty Office* 7.50 Precinct Office each ... 2.50 Cttbh muni accompany each an- nouncement: The following announcements are subject to the action of the Democratic primaries July 22 1916. For District Judge -Jlst Judi- cial District: it. J. Alexander, For District Attorney 21st Dist. Jack Jenkins, of bastrop. Richard W. May tie-Id • of Biddings For Legislature lii?lh Flotorinl Dis- trict, Austin, Colorado, Burleson, FuyetU\ I-oil liemi. Lee anil Wal- ler Counties Leonard Tillotson, of Bealy. For Representative btttli D strict —Burleson and Lee Counties 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....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 June 1916

Them at Our Store A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Trammel Nets, Seins, Japaneese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. Our Big Grocery Department. None larger and more up to date. We want your GROCERY" trade. Call in to see as, or use oor phone, No. 25, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always Schotttens Peaberry Coffee Fancy Tea—none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS Hay Ties! Hay Ties! Hay Ties! We can supply your wants. Oil Stoves for hot weather, makes summer cooking cool. Let us send you one today. 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, and Fruit Jars. Moon Bros. Buggies, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons B. F. AVERY FARMING IMPLEMENTS We want Your Trade We will Treat You Right tfitfiijiffitfilfiffiffiffiHiUitfiSitfi ¡fiStfüfiUi IfiüüfüJüfüfüfi WffiK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

!k m • $L r"f.. 'V-:-' ?.,!> ¿. ' X ■ ;;i fíi ,v*> '-r '/ '• • A. f ¿mm ' ,•• lily • ft < iV/iV ¡ t • ■■■■■ |f - ' Spii?' ' 1ft r-.;' Burleson County Ledger N*ws B«tablt«h*d 1884 Conaoildat d Chronlol* IBOO May 189 AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladg.r Batabllahad 1899 Conaolldatad fab. 1911 Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, June 30, 1916 Number 18 ON THE LEVEL We want to meet our customers on the level of Equality, want them to feel that not one of the officers of this bunk is "stiff* necked" or liable to turn the cold shoulder toward them. We all appreciate courtesy, kindness and a square deal. We aim to give just that, to big and little, old and young. We pla.v no favorites. We want you to feel at home when you are at our bank. Come in and Jet's talk it over. The first State BanK, Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. W. W. IRAJSTICIIsr ATTOK \H'V-AT-I.A \V ANDlNOTAHV 1'1'HI^IC Officc i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

tí, ;p« - ■ II «Mil T Arftlc ana locois* Mrs. John Hill and daughter oí Dallas are here on a visit. Miss Maude Mahoney visited in Cameron this week. W. W. Watson and wife are visiting in Dallas this wee*. R. S. Newsom was up the bottom Tuesday. from W. W. Rankin was quite sick the first of the week, but is con- valescent now. M. Rosenwasser of Loekhart, •was a guest of bis brother, A. Rosenwasser this week. Joe A. Slovacek was in from Snook Tuesday with a wagon load of truck. Aubrey Smith, Bob White and Olvin Norville were up from Somerville Sunday. Close On 4th of July We the undersigned business men of Caldwell agree to close our places of buliiness all day July the 4th, 1916. By doing so we hope our sales force will take the day in real recreation as well as ourselves: Caldwell Drug Co., Simpson Gro. Co, J.J. Pollack, Womble, Jenkins & Jenkins, J. M. Pagan, J. VV. Harvey, Alford & Barnett, Caldwell Fur. Co., L. Heineke, Dr. G. P. Eckhart, Martin-Taylor Lbr. Co., Stone &am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

■f' ¡OUR RURAL STAFF | m ^wwwuwwi^ MnwwwwMMwMrtrtwywMMMM Sebesta Sayings. Crop prospects are quite flater- ing at present, but a good rain would be much appreciated just now. * Henry and Gus Giesenschlag were visitors toHryan Saturday. Richard Wuenscher and wife, of Lyons were the guests of rel- atives here Sunday, ' hey were accompanied home b y Miss Fran -is YVuenseher, who will visit at Lyons for ¡i few days. Julius Sebesta and family, o. La G range, spent lust week hero the guests of relatives. Saturday afternoon Mrs. R. R Giesenschlag was hostess to hei Sunday School class, the "Will ing Workers," when she enter- tained with a porch party Table* were arranged on the long vine screened porch, which with fern* and other potted plants for a back ground made a delightful place in which to spend a few pleasant, .ionrs. Four gaines ot progressive anagrams w e re heartily enjoyed, followed by a word building contest, then ;< memory contest. I he guest* were served with refreshment*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

'leson Countu Ledger W. W. RANKIN, Editor and Publisher T. C. HOUSTON, Assistant Manager. Entered at the Post Office at Caldwell, Texas, < &*> second-class mail matter. * advertising rates. On* insertion 20c 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) In the meanwhile you ish<>uhl not forget to swat the tly and mo- squito, they are disease carriers, and one of your family might be a victim of their deadlv sting if you fail to d<> your part in swatiiug every one you can. President Wilson has nominated Hon. T. W. Gregory, of Austin now United States Attorney General, to be on the Supreme Court, to lill Hughes place, thus again ¿riving Texas official recognition. Gregory is well fitted for the place, one among the finest attorneys in the country. A tiip over s<>me of the roads throughout the countv to some of the picnics t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

9S 31 ÉK i I.. NcGREGOR lcticing physician Office Phone 66 Ruidmei Phone 119 All Celle Answered Promptly. Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Honre 9-5 Upeteire Opere Houee Bldg. Phones: Office 22, Roe. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. ti. Brawer I.. W. llentdee PIioik* ifii Phone •> Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. FISHERS FEAR MONSTER EEL Giant 0eep4ea Reptile Attack® Men aa Wail aa Destroying tha Shellfish. Fishprmen not only hate the mon- ster muraena—they fear him. He robg the sea of shellfish and other inhabitant* that the fishermen want him to leave fog their nets. In ad- dition, he isn't backward about at- taeking a fisherman now and then. This bold outlaw received its name from the Homaiis.^ The muraena is a deep-sea eel. Hit weapons of attaek are two rows of sharp teetlj, strong enough to crush the hard-shelled fifth on which he feeds. They range in size from snake- ¡ike creatures, about a foot long, in the Medi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

m p1 Amendment to the William Blum Died ¿íí*"' Slate Constitution Relating to Levying Tax for School Purpotes. H. J. R. No. 30.) Hoube Joint Rbso- lution. Propping p.n amendmeal to Section 3, Article 7. of the Constitution of the State of Tenas, authorising the levy and collection of an ad valorem coun- ty tax not to exi eed fifty cents on the one hundred dollars valuation Of property for the maintenance ><i the public schools of the county, and authorizing the levy and collection of au ad valorem district tax not to ex- ceed om* dollar on the one hundred dollars valuation of property for the maintenance of the public schools of the district. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: SECTION 1. That Section 3 of Ar- ticle 7 of the Constitution of the Stat of Texas be amended to hereafter read as follows: Section 3. School Taxes. One- fourth of the revenue "derived from the State occupation taxes, ¿ml a poll ta> of fl.«M on every male inhabitant «1 this State ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

1 am now serving the best Cream and Cold Drinks ever, at my new stand on Buck St. Special attention to orders for entertainments. Satisfac- tion guaranteed. J. R. Bates, Political Announcements District Offices $10,00 ikrnnty Office 7,50 Precinct Offices each 2.50 C'ush must accompany each an- nouncement: i'he following announcements are subject to the action ol the ¡ Democratic primaries July 22 1916. For District Judge 21st Judi- cial District: ii. .1. Alexander, .For District Attorney -1st Dist. Jack Jenkins, of Uastrop, Ku liitrd W. Maytiekl of (biddings For Legislature 127th Kloturial Dis- trict, A us in. C'i lwra«i« , Hurle^on. Fayette, Tort Bwnd, Lee «tttd v\ ¿ü- ler Counties; l>*onani Tillotson, of Svuly for lieprcscntative 68Uí D.strict —Burleson and Lee Count ie* 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 Thou. A. Seho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 June 1916

Ilpl TÜ • I -! piFirigtrigtEiEieieieteu: IClElEUCLCkC 'R'C'fl'fi iCiCiCiCiCifilgtCiCilSiClCUSMBtfitliMS' 31J | JIJIJIJIJIJIJI UIJIJu i-J ■ JIJUIJIJIJI JUMUIJIJMMIJUMIJIJUIJIJIJIJIJM IJ I; You Will Find Them at Our Store A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Trammel Nets, Seins, Japaneese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. Our Grocery Department. None larger and more up to date. We want your GROCERY trade. Gall io to see us, or use our phone, No. 25, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always Schotttens Peaberry Coffee Fancy Tea—none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS Hay Ties! Hay Ties! Hay Ties! We can supply your wants. Oil Stoves for hot weather, makes summer cooking cool. Let us send you one today. 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, and Fruit Jars. Moon Bros. Buggies, Ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1916

' $ I i , ; i • > ■ *' K & *|fLi • & t<tk i " ' V " ' "r^ ' ' 1 v "v"-' N*wa eaubllah d IBB4 Conaoilolatt Chronlol* IBOO May ISO 7 tad AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladg.r 109 9 Conaolldatad Fab. 1011 Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, July 7, 1916 Number 19 A PLEASURABLE DUTY Possibly you have need of a bank. If so it becomes our pleas- urable duty to invite you to come to this bank. Capital and Surplus $56.00. The First State Banl^ Guarantee Fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty snd City School Funds. Brutal Negro Man Dangerously Cut Woman ISS1SSSSI w. w. RAJsrKxisr AT'POH N* H'V-AT-I ,A W AM) NOTAhV IM'Hl.lC Office in Ledger Bniidint Caldwell. Texas 1 i Let Is Shoe THE WHOLE FAMILY The Star Brand Patriot Shoe for Hen. in all 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 Girls and Boys, defy competition...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1916

-y; ftod Locals. D. W. Burns and L. Heine were Temple visitors this week. Miss Elmer Dam ron relatives at Temple. is visiting Rev. Waedekin was taken to the Brenham hospital Monday. H. R. 8mith spent several days with his son at Bryan the past week. Milton McLean has returned from a visit to relatives at Plain view. Rev. J. Mgebroff of Brenham visited the family of Rev. E. Waedekin this week. W. W. Watson and wife return- ed home Tuesday from a visit to Dallas and other points. Alderman Melanehthon Smith and wife spent a couple of days with relatives near Kinney this week. Misses Maggie Dean and Lillian Vaith of Gainesville are guests of D. L. Alfordand family this week. Jennings McLean left this week for Dallas to take a busi- ness course in Metropolitan col- lege. Miss Kate Hundley and Mrs. B. O. McLean, Jr., went to Gon- zales this week to visit their sis- ter, Mrs. A. E. Perkins. Joe Dusek and T. Kraitcher left Wednesday for Fayetteville to attend the meeting of the su- preme Lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1916

tWWWAWWMr OUR RURAL I rtt l\IYlTVTfJtnj\fÜWlílf¥¥Vlf>f<Yí>n/Winnflfl flWWff""* " ——mi««—aaa—Mm——«Hon^nu Chriesman Chali. The revival meeting conducted by Rev. David Irvin, the pastor of the Cumberland PreHbyterian church her*1, commenced Satur- day night as announced. A large, work. Crops of all kinds are very brush arbor has been erected, I good. Hotkin Springs Itemi. It has been quite awhile since any re|K>rt was sent in from this part of the county. Farmers are about through so as to make it more comfort- able for the people during the hot weather.' Rev. J. 8. Eustis of Bertram arrived Monday and will assist in the meeting, which will continuo throughout the wet'k. Notwithstanding the weather has been very rainy, good congregations have been in attendance at each service dur- ing the day. The rains of the past week Tom Kberhardt Sunday is pro* The Sunday School grossing nicely. On Friday night, July 14,there will be a box and ice cream sup- per at the school house. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 July 1916

Üf 1 n I ,: ■ í>:' ■ Burleson Countu Ledger W. W. RANKIN, Elditor and Publisher T. C. HOUSTON, Assistant Manager. Entered at the Post Oftice at Caldwell, Texas, as second-claw mail matter. advertising rates. One insertion ~°c Per inc^ Loctal readers 10 cents per line each insertion. All advertising run until ordered out. Subscription Per Year >1.50 Three months 50c, Six months "Sc. (InvariabJ/in advance) QUEER THINGS. The man who talks of supporting a wife when she is working fourteen hours a day, including Sunday. The man who thinks his wife exists for the comfort and conven- ience of his mother and sisters. "The man who provides himself with a family and trusts providence to provide the family with a home and something to eat. The man who thinks that women are angels. The man who can't remember his wife's birthday. The man who thinks a woman is "fixed for the season" if she has a new gown. The man who thinks a woman ought to give up a $1,000 salary and work in his kitchen fo...

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