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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1916

- PHYSICIAN Office Phone 06 Residence Phone !!• All Calle Anewered Promptly. p— Dr. 6. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Houre 9-6 U peta ire Opera House-Bldg. Phonae: Office 22. Res. 83. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. H. BreWer I'hone yw L. W. Henslee' Plume;{ . Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 8. All Kinds of Heavy Hautinft. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office In 3tone Hreheock Drujr Store. Calls answnr- promptlv day or night. I i ivy phone 32. night phone * 81 Caldwell, Tetas DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. ;J. F. McIVER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Abstractor aiW Notary Public Office Upetaira In COURT HOUSE COZY BARBER SHOP Lrf'.ik HHoc. Owner Knunct White, M^r. First Clase Barber Work By Skilled Workmen. Hot and Cold Bathe Courteous Treatment To All. Your Patranaire Appreciated. UV-VER-LAX ACTS SURELY, SAFELY. Just because you are the ill offee ta ol a torpid livor i« no excuse for buying n harmful medicine that lias brought phy-...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1916

Sute Constitution Relating to Levying Te* for School Purpose . H* J. K. No. 30.) HoriiS Joist Re#o- Proposing an amendment to Section Article 7, of the Constitution of the State of Texas, authorising the lev\ and collection ut an art valorem coun- ty tax not to ext eed tift\ c#utson the one hundred dollars valuation 01 propertv for the maintenance >>f th«- public scltools of the county ano authorizing the levy and collection of an ad valorem district tax not to ex- ceed one dollar on the one hundred dollars valuation of property for the maintenance of the public schools ol the district. Be it resolred by the Legislature of the State oj Texas: Section 1. That Section 5 of Ar- ticle 7 of the Constitution of the Stato of Texas be amended to hereafter re;.«l as follows: Section 3. School Taxes.—One- fourth ot the revenue derived from the State occupation taxes, and a poll tux of $1.00 ou every" male inhabitant of this State between the a^es of -1 and 60 years shall he set apart an...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 August 1916

1 ?| ™ T ¡fea f, I Boys Ofl For Army w P I ; v. „ >, ^ - * vj.i , Capt. E. H. Evert berg t Co.' L. Texas National Guards of Ilrenhaut, was her this week recruiting for his company now on the border and succeeding in getting several of the boys to en- list ami the following left for Aufitln w'th him Wednesday night to stand the examination: Jeff Newcomb, Ed and Johnnie Deutsch, Hat Btovall, Euzeraa Dawson, Bryan (Hill) Rowland, Kobt Pillow, and Dave May, a transient blacksmith. Tlie boys were fll in fine spirits and anxi- ous foi a go with tin* bandits on the border. The other boys already enlist*! ed, Ingram Broaddus, I'M Reeves- and .John Heslep are making an j effort to get transferred to ('um- pany L, Arhich s 111 the Second Texas and under Col. I>elamnt ,r. ■ C. K. Cade is also in this division.! Lost and Found By VICTOR REDCLIFEE The streets are now thionged with busy buyers and the mer-1 chants are raising their heads in ! ecstaey. The activity on the througlilares b«'ui...

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

Kffí! ' - -P — ■ — —« —a■*!F'nwiWPtFUHPIWFlWPIgtg ICUCUSIC ¡JlUliliJlJIJIJIIJMUMMMIrfMMMhiMi 719191J1 * " Sf. -tj. —« You Will Find Ihem 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 Bifi Grocery Department. None larger and more up to date. We wast your GROCERY trade. Call io to see as, 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, Banner Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Old hickory Wagons B. F. AVERY FAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

í&. , : /• ; ■ jgr ,;T r. ^ - -n * • : : Burleson County Ledger IN*uum Bst«bllah*d 1884 Consolidated Chronlciu ' ' IBOO Way 18 AND NEWS-CHROINICLE /' Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August i8. 1916 i~*c*<r r e«ts k>iiai -i«td lap 1 Conartlldatad *•! . I© 11 Number a6 fJSii I I ONE MOMENT PLEASE! If you are seeking the tame cour- tesy to which you are entitled, from your Banker as from your Butcher, Baker or Merchant, you should open an account with this bank. We will appreciate your account and will make your banking easy and pleasant for you. The pirst State Ban^ Guarantee fund BanK Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds and Coun- ty and City School Funds. W. W.. IRA-lSTKlIISr ATTOHNKV-AT-LAW ANDlNOTAHV 1'VHIJC Office in Ledger Batidla* Caldwell, Texas Charlie Keiseling Died At Temple The remains of Charlie Keis* eling, who died at Temple last Thursday aged 55 years and 11 days, after a long illness with tuberculosis, arrived here...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

Personals tod Locals. b1¿ ■ Robert Schrieber was a Bren- liaui visitor the first of the week. There was a pleasant hop at the Ger mania hall Monday night, which was largely attended. Mrs. I. N. Wilson and little daughter returned to their home at Alvin Sunday after a visit to H. W. Hates and wife. Warren W. Hunt, official court reporter at Waco, was here visit- ing his mother and brother the past week. Mrs. J. F. Hervey and two children who were guests of Mrs, J. W. Ragsdale here, have re- turned to their home at Jennings La. Misses Nora and Carrie Kleb were Bryan visitors Sunday. Oscar Jannett, after spending a day or two with home folks here, has returned to the Hum- ble oil field. Qui Vive Club Mem- bers Entertained. The Qui Vive Club and other invited guests were the recip- ients of a charming hospitality on Thursday morning of last week, when Mrs. C B. Oliver was hostess of a well apixiinted porch party at her residence on Buck Street. The clinging vines and fragrant floweis wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

i 't v> Cook' Point Chrjesman Chats. We «re hot mid dry out this¡ Fritz Wilting ham, the seven way. Cotton picking is the eider, .year*©!d son ol Dee Willi ntfhain of the day in thin ooutmunisy. ¡ and wife of Cooks Point, died both gins are running. John Ur m has pinned «bout fifty ha)- ? to date. It api>9Kttt that, we have Sunday evening al 4 o'clock. Saturday night, and was buried in the Chrlesman cemetery ft 5'' n Pp *• ■ ' + Uv made a fair crop out this way. Our new school Jiouse is on the way of construction and it is go ing to be a splendid one when it is finished. Joe Skrabanek is having a nice residence built. D. Willinghntn and wife lost a son by d atli last Saturday night He w is hbout seven years old conges? ion k l!ed him They haw another one not expected to live. Dr. C. A. Sherrill, family ami mother, and W. K Taylor aim family, left here e rly Monda\ morning headed for San Antoni- on a business and pleasure trip; they expect to return next Sun day. They went over...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

■■ 9 = Burleson County Ledger W. W. RANKIN, Editor and Publisher T. 0. HOUSTON, Assistant Manager. Us* Entered at the Post Office at Caldwell, TeXS#, as s Hon(l-class mail mat ter. ADVERTISIlffe RATES: One insertion. -,,c l'er inc1' LKH-al readers JO cents per line each insertion. All advertising run until ordered out. Subscription Per Year $1.50 Three months 50c. Six months 75c. (Invariably \ú advance) There are ««till 8">me few places in the city where the rank weeds have not been cut. In most of tí ese places it is lots wnich belong to people living out of town a d they have not been « otified •< s yet. Colquitt would never have been Governor of Texas had Jt n<>t been for the liqour and brewer interests, and now he is cursinir them mid charging them with tryinir to defeat him f<>r the senate. H<> need loose no sleep, he w s beaten before he started in t' e run off. WtA It i< a pretty good sign who is the best qualified for United States Senator when it ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

_ hftr all tbat bar side hlin with a You see. I don't know the exact way to the WalthaniH " explained Willard, m they gtartod down the steps "Neither do I," «aid Grace, and ah4 l lte hurried him for fear that Paul would put in an appearance before h«?y got started And it's ileuccdlv dark no moon prone tided WUiard, as If announcing an ÍM® f i " Office Ph on* 66 Residence Phone 119 All Calls Answered Promptly By jetaie Ethel Sherwin Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-6 Upstairs Opera House Bldg. Pitorra: Office 22, Res. 63. CALDWELL, TEXAS * T. II. Brewer L. \V. Henaleo - I J'lioiif 90 I'llOllt* '.¡ Brewer & Heoslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Haulinf. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office it ■**< jh* <Si Hrnhcook Drug ('«¡Is ansHwer- prsmptiv day or niyht. Day phone 82. nightphone "* Ml Caldwell, Ters DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stainí Next to Post Office Phone No. 44. (Copyright. 1M6. by W. Q. Chupman.) "I shall wait ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

ta th« Constitution Relating to Levying Tax for School Purpose . H. J. R. No. 30.) House Joint Reso- lution. proposing an amendment to Section -5, Article "> of the üunoifttation l,t t,u* State of Texas, authorising the U-v\ and collfotion uf an ail valorem coun- ty ta* not to exceed fitly cents on th< one hundred dollars valuation of property for the maintenance « f tin public school ot" the county, uw authorising the levy undcollei tionoi an ad valorem district tax not to ex ceed on - dollar on the one hundret dollars valuation of property for th< maintenance ot the public schools o¡ the district. Be it rtso/ird by the Legislature of th State of Texas: Suction 1. .That Section 3 of Ar- ticle 7 of the Constitution of the Stat<- of Texas be amended to hereafter rea<! as follows: Suction 3. School Taxes.—On • fourth of the revt'tiOf derived from the State occupation taxes, and a poll tax «£#1.00 on every male inhabitant of this 8tiHe between the a^es of .'1 an< 60 y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

if "f For Legislature 127 th Kloforinl Dis- trict, Austin, Colorado, Burleson, J*aywit«. Tort Hend, Lee and Wai- ler Counties: Leonani Tillotson, of Bealy. For District Judge 21st Judicial! District of Texas R.J Alexander, Burleson Co. ! For District Attorney 21st Judi- cial District of Texas Jack Jenkins, Hastrop (Jo. r or District Clerk U. W. (irant. For County Judge Warren M. Milliard * For Couuty Attorney Hays Bowers. For County Clerk W H. Hundley. For Sheriff E. A. I'll lis. For Tax Collector Oto. M. Johnston. For County Treasurer B. F. De'amater. For Tax Assessor J. B. Mafccek F(-r County Superintendent of PuMic Instructions Thos. A. Schoppe. For County Surveyor Kd. F. Matejowsky. For Commissioner Boat; Pre eints I and 7 John Struwe For Justice Pp cinct No 1 Arthur M. Adnmthwaite For Constable Prei'inct No. 1 A. T. (Ira) Haddox. For Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Pre* i net 6 .). N. Vavra For Constable Precinct No. 6 11 H. Coleman For Justice and Commissioper, Precinct No. 3 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 August 1916

'Pi isp; *v'v- \¿ ■1 mmmm Us F i v.íf. ¿I- Hr' fife. % fr< &ra& ' )W IS y-.t S4'^í' É lip k *íkS ¿s '• '?* W ■ y 'J&, MR? ieiCICLCL£ICICI£IClCICLCK£iCIC&C ICICtCUEKifi UBICUBUB m HBBPi3risi3n3fl i3i3n5Si9i5si3WaWaw juuuuiji ■*I«Ii«n«i■ 1 1 £ w yfi 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 Big Grocery Department. None larger and more up to date. We want your GROCERY 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 Fancy Tea—none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS Hay Ties! Hay Ties! Hay Ties! We can supply your wants. Oil Stoves for hot weather, m a k es summer cooking cool. 7 Let us send you one today. Our Hardware Dep*t. White and Blue Enamel ware, large line of alumi- num ware, Crochery and Glassware. A full stock of shelf Hardware, Oil Coo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

tí «* tSmtMm Bstabllahad 1884 Como'udiud CHronlel* ' • I800 /n«v 139 A PSD NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXXII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday, August 35. 1916 "-«aCVollKStü-SlS.T-V •* ■ ' Fine Glass Show — — m SÉ m ONE NOHENT PLEASE! If you are peeking the tame cour- tesy to which you are entitled, from your Banker at from your Butcher, Baker or Merchant, you should open an account with this bank. We will appreciate your account and will make your banking easy and pleasant for you. The First State BanK Guarantee fund Bank Caldwell, Texas Depository for the Burleson County Funds end Coun- ty end City School Funds. tpK :#■ Window Broke ■ J Last Saturday the fine plate1 class show window in the A.! i i ' Kosenwatiser dry goods store ; was smashed in by an accident; John Smith and a number of ¡other darkies were standing in ! front of the store talking and (laughing and in some way John lost his balance and fell back against the show window break- ing the lower portion of it out and ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

i 1 ■ ¡í', , i and Locals. %ft • £:($ H? w & 05ÉH' Prof. H. W. Sebeata was a Sunday visitor here from Snook. Mina Gladys Linaey, who was a guest of Miss Maude Malone, returned to her home at Waco Wednesday. Mrs. W. M. Stone spent sev- eral days this week with her sou Dr Chas Stone in Galveston, and with friends at Houston. Mrs. D. W.' Burns and child- ren spent several days this week with friends and relatives at Hearne. Mrs. Will Hundley and two little sons returned to their home in Temple Wednesday altér a visit to relatives here. Tomorrow, is election day, consequently the saloons will be closed over the State and Texas will be dry for one day. Toar County Many dead rats have been found as a result of the poison put out Monday and Tuesday and the city is thus ridded of many pests and disease carriers. The auto tradea excursionists started out early Tuesday morn- ing and visited the placea on the route, and were heartily received all along. Wednesday they were late in getting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

M mm ON WEED8 itertained. ¡Misa Katherine Hundley was \ * the charming hostess to her cUib •the Qui Vives Satu i*day afteri o n The guests were received on the lawn where titles for forty-two were placed. Tho tallirs were quaint little Keupio card ami several close games wei\ enjo.\ ed. A most refreshing i<*ecourse with toasted marsh mallows wa- ller ved, each plate having a lovely n s<j as favor. Assisting Miss Hundley tfere her mother, Mrs W. H. Liundley and sisters, Mrs A. E. Perk in* and H. O. Me Lear, Jr. Those who participated ii. this pleasure inelud< d 'vlesdamef M. Hums, I. Brooks, J. (J. Won ble, T. Oliver, A. Perkins, B 0. McLean, L. Henaiee, Chas. Cad-. H. Bower-, I Woodson, E Portei W. Taylor, Ho|>e Cobb, J \\ Gray, A. G Kreugor, U. Hudsoi B. 0 McLean, .lr. f/lsses B Le- M Cromartie, I. Newcomb, 1;. Hnrrifl, Z. Heslep, 1\ ( ado, 1 Morgan, B. Hesiep, L Murga i , M. Ktot.e. J. Herford, Hope, Aih M. Malone, 1* Brooks, of Waco. G. liindse.v, Waco. Treasurer's Qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

leson County Ledger W. HAN KIN. Editor and Publisher t C. HOUSTON, AasUtanV Manager. ÜElit*r«."d at the P«>«t ' 'thee at t .«Uiwetl, I ems, ¡ UN M cond-ola « mail matter. One ADVERTISING HATES; i insertion -,,c l'el '-nch • Local readers 10 cents per lint* e *ch iwnenion. All advertising run until ordered out. Subscription Per Year £1.50 Thref mouths 50c, Six months 15c. * (Invariably in ftdvtynce) Many rats were killed ii^re this week by poison put out for them. Candid te H ighes, thj repub ica- tion candidate against Wils n for president, continues to assert that if he was in power, this country would at war. We sine relv hope he will newr be in power, f >r this coutitry d es %not want war but continued peace, ju*t as we ought to have. President Wilson deserves much credit and the earnest sup- port of all go -d citizens for his wise policy in keeping us out of war. Tomorrow, August 26th, will de- * termine whether Texas approves the Wilson administration < r con- demns it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

Office Phone 66 Residence Phone 119 All Calls Answered Promptly. ' ffc mm Dr. G. F. Eckhardt DENTIST Office Hours 9-8 Upstairs Opere House BIdg. -Phones: Office 22, Res. §3. CALDWELL, TEXAS T. H. Brewer Phone HU L, W. Hoi islet Phone :i Brewer & Henslee Reliable Transfer Line Phone 49 or 6. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling. Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone Ht'cheoek Drug Storw. (Jai!* answer- promptly day or nj44hr. f> ty phone 82. night phone "«J Caldwell, Texrs DR. R. J. SAVAGE, DENTIST Office Up-stairs Next to Peet Office Phone No. 44. y \x J, F. McIVER 9 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Abstractor and Notary Public Office Upstairs In COURT HOUSE COZY BARBER SHOP I.otit* Heine. Onr-HT Emmet Whit *. First Class Barber Work By Skilled Workmen. Hot end Cold Baths Courteous Treatment To All. Your I**it roniik ' Appreciated. Hard Luck' Bu GENEVIEVE ULMAR 1 I (Copyright, 1M«. by W. a. Chapman.) It waR with an iron band, but a genial, patient heart, as was her aplen- did nature...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

m LoU of thunder and lightninp out this way of 'ate, but very little rain; we have splendid cot- ton piufring weather, and tb< people are using it to the very best a Ivantage. The German Methodist people have pulled down their old church a id are building another much larger and better at the satin place the old ope stood. # John Worthington hiked away to Cossa of late, and took to him- self a wife. The rank of the bachelors is broke out this way, this is leap year. We are expect ing some more to do likewise. The protracted meeting at th« Point was postponed until the first of October on account of the people being so bisy picking their cotton. The ladies around about Shad.\ Grove will give a ice cream sup per, Saturday the 2nd of Sep- tember at 8 p. m. at Shady Grove All are cordially invited to attend and participate. The supper is given lor the benefit of tlx. church. I went to Caldwell yesterday, among ¿he thing* that attracted my attention was another new school-house, it is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

?> *■ Nominees For L«'uislature lS7ih Flotoriul Dis- trict, Austin, Colorado, üurlesou, Fayette. Kurt Bead, hee aud Wnl- Icr Counties: Leonard Tillotson, oí Sealy. For District Judj¿e 21st Judicial District oi IVxas R. J Alexander, llui-letton Co. For District Attorney 21st Judi ciai District of Texas Jack Jenkins, IfuNtrop Co* t-or District Clerk Ü. W. Grant For County Judge Warren M. HiLIiard. For Counjty Attorney ■ Hays Dowers. For County Clerk W H. Hundley. For Sheriff E. A. Ellis. For Tax Collector Geo. M. Johnston. For County Treasurer B. F. De'ainater. For Tax Assessor J. B. Matcek For County Hupei intendent of Public Instructions Thos. A. Sehoppe. For County Surveyor. Ed. i*\ Matejowsky. For Com in lesione r Heat, Pre ciftts 1 and 7 John Htruwe For Junliee Precinct No 1 Arthur M. Adamthwaite For Constable Precinct No. 1 A. T. (Ira) Haddox. For Commissioner Heat 2 and Justice Precinct 6 N. Vavra For Const ahle Precinct No. 6 If. H. Coleman For Justice and Commissioner Prec...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 August 1916

SK mm, é"" fe * 1 mm Em Ufe ir " ! 4'-*r r '#" cj ^k:"r* *■■ '«! * j ■ < ^, * 'i*, j 1 .■■ *", *' V LCLCLCLCLCLC 913131313171 —— You Will Find Them at Our St A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods, Fishing Tackle, Trammel Nets, Japaneese Cane Poles and anything you need on a camp, fish or hunt. Our Big Grocery Department. Nose larger and more up to date. We want your GROCERY trade. Call in to see us, or use our phone, No. 15, and we will fill your order promptly. ORIOLE Flour Always Schotttens Peaberry Coffee Fancy Tea—none better. JOHN DEERE FARMING IMPLEMENTS We want Your Trade Hay Ties! Hay Ties! Hay Ties! We can supply your wants. Oil Stoves for hot weather, m a k es 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 hicko...

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