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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

IR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. H-S-OSOSS Miti Ml Cookes Point. liwell; the cooler arrived Saturday night, it was Hure )ver by us all. i'herailroad has been extend - to lie i«nnt bunk of the river, locse it can't cross the river _ie bridge is built, '«now have two stores on side of the river, where tr wn is to be built, box supper at the Metho- fiurch was a success, con- itlv the Church has put on jtej while cost, it looks nice. Pledger has been preach- vorrtl nights at the Baptist itfh of late, wit h fair inter- i id turnouts. Jps of all kinds are about inhered, and if there ever hjime when everybody was at one time, for a general fit is just now. re is tills in litis section of a|ppiicatijn being made to get fcé'iitliw' at west Stone City. É. Milclh'll aud family visit- id C. Wats in and family r,f |)t , !a*i Saturday and Sun- da i MeV'1 Shet rill visited M lab* ! Phe^ley of flix las W Observer. J Brymer Briefs. fS&l The norther that blew up Kri day night reminded us of our winter ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 October 1911

m nitche Wagons Old Hickory Wagons Orlos F our 'Chef" Cooking Oil Galvanized Roofing Waukeegan Wire El wood Hog Fencing Leather & Rubber Belting K. K. Kutlery. K. K. Axes House full of Hardware Standard Sewisf Machines - - New Crop Turnip Seed 500 lbs. New Rape Seed Red and White Onion Sets Fresh Russian Sardines Fresh Mackerel, House Full of Something Good to Eat Moon Bros. Buggies • Banner Buggies Buck's Stoves Tom Padgett Saddles Ranch King Saddles W. r. Wroe's Saddles Champion Galvanized Cisterns If Ton Are from Missouri, Come and Let as Show Ton. Phone or Drop in. Satisfaction or Your Money Refunded GIVE US YOUR ORDER We want Tour Trade onMeniin^ento We will Treat Yon Right K. UR Texas Industrial Notes. There has been 8,365 balee of «otton marketed at Winnsboro tip to date this season. Ill For Sale—My residence prop- erty in Caldwell. N. C. Johnston. Building permits for the month of September in Dallas totaled $8,024,972, which shows an in- crease over September of last ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

M' . M&: ISmxJum Eat«bllsh*d 1884 Consolldatsd Chroniclu> * ' * IÜ90 /Way I8Q7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE •dg r Bstabllahad lOO : r.onaolldatad Feb. (Oil ¥ lumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Oct jber ao, 1911 Number 33, Build Sidewalks. r Business Success Contains no black art. There is nothing mysterious about j; it. Men do not mako fortunes by what is called luck. It ¡ ¡ is obtainable by legitimate methods, at the command of \ \ every one. The successful business men are invarihly men who started ¡ ¡ depositing their savings in the days of their youth and men ¡ ¡ who made the habit of doing business with the bank. With> ¡ ¡ out the bink's sarvioa *nihdp in 11 ram nus-un ill in a \ \ business way. If >ou are not n cu*t( mer of this bank, let tbi<- be your ! i invitation to bacome on , for your banking business is most ¡ ¡ respectively solicited. i The First State Bank Of CaitlmmH, Uextts GUARANTY FUND BANK ? NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING WMMIIIIIIHmiHIIIHMMIIIIU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

anb personal Í Thud Hule left Wednesday for Austin Hi. G. Langhawnur was a Bomerville visitor bate Tuesday. B. J. Jackeon^atu.ndod the illas fair this week Turnip sowing has been the Work of lots of people this we k. I ■ ! j ■ , II 'I % rT~ Mrs. J. Lo«i* Giiuiiu^ rut utu- Cd from Brenham Wednesday. ^igh Grade Huti'ual Instru- mente. Price flight at J. W. Mapvey Furniture Co. Miss Millie Wotipka returned Wednesday from a visit to Bren relatives. BJrs. Tbeo. Kishenlohr came in Wednesday to visit her grand Mother Mrs. M. V. Alexander. Chas. Stone left Wednesday for Galveston to entsr the Med- ical school ^x?f$ta:e ifcy, and sti^dy for $he |>r*4t Icine. MIT Ai« you particular about your litad- ^Jj wear? If not, you can níV>rd to pay as much for a "hack number" bat as you do for a stylish one. But .if you are particular, however, you would fee int«ri'*ted jn our Millinery, as we absolutely sell noth- ing I ut stylish, up-to-date head-wtar, and our prices ar.? uu higher—no, not a* h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

4 *4 j Texas Industrial Notts. | The Young Meo* Buaitfet T League of Palestina "*iil erect a bungalow club hou h in Um near j.future. Tlie Rice Institu •• ' Houston will timke iinprJVHtn - . s of that institution in tío i¡ * r future, •costin $100.000. If you w int th<- I -t mattro , of c miix' you will -¡t . M-nii me a Seal v .1. W, li t vi y Kurni- ture «'o. Consi nient« v lit! l! ink' . t. ■ •r.ibie tr< k improve- ill !><• i id•* \ titfe í*ould P- v i*, i no u'itu i the lay- • it; m a ¡or rail*. ^ |% ri l Mrio£ i01<.Í21 ,(H)0 b>i1* s of co.ioii w nt through 'iVxns Oit\ t-i ft i' "11 port#. 1 'if inetv -e of trade- ha** been fro n SDDft, li* ill lilt ! to Sl7,2l3,7.-.3 in 1010. Tt in 11 port* <i from Ful l U¿.vj.., T Xiis tliatthe Sou hern Pac if c i p!.> ing ' bum n brand) liufl i i V ría rough thai cm* v • k' "%o>. 4 orí/ v.i • i A I' 11if>n i !i wrm ' ri ¿te* Att! By vlr- tura of an execution issued out of ths Honorabla Justice Court of Prsc. No. X...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

20o per PER MONTH The following number of inches be used weekly to obtain the wtbly rale . to tyf Inehs 80c per inch 80 " 50c " " JO to 50 ** - 45c " " «Oto 100 " 40c " " Jill advertising run until ordered out. ¿Local readers five cento per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of aad all matter of a like ire cliarged for same rate as •readers. >8cription Per Tear ... .$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) r •••, Texas Industrial Notes* 'A hotel to cost ,1450,000 is to t>e built in the near future at El Paso. Seventy-five miles of roadway leading out of Huntaviile in dif* Cerent direction will be improved -at once. ST A reinforced concrete bridge «will be built across the Bayou at «Houston on Houston Avenue. Work will begin at onoe. The College of Industrial Arts at Denton is planning improve, ments for that school that will •eosfc approximately $75,000. The citizens of Lexington, 'Texas, are planning to hold an •election for voting a bond issue of $100,000 for good roads...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

- • '-.i," 1 J. C. Barnett wh# Hmong the Lyons visitors hti-n Saturday. A< Ellis mu<le a business trip to Belton Monday. «John Schiller of Rosebud, visit- ed home folk h«re iíiíh week. T A. Eubanks and son wnre UD Friday from the Brazos bot- tom. I\ l>. Olivet* who is a night of the grip, visited home folks here this vm>k. Mrs. J. A. Bowers returned Friday from a visit to her parents near Austin. Miss Minnie Kramer returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in I'm tee Mi*9 Ada Scott returned Sat- urday from visit in in 8oim?r- villo for the raising of bog*. There is no good reason why every ponnd Backache is only a simple of pork, lard and haoon con ñt ®r*k Mímn Blanche H<* l<*p nnd little Sarah Blackpnm eft Sunday to vifit relatives in '«'ort Worth. Willie Gray c«f Houston, visit- ed friends and relstivps he e the first of the week. Warren Sullivan Miaa Ethel Henslee, Mrs. Lula Honslee nnd W . W Rankin were among those who attended the Hallas fair this week snrae...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

r ■ ftjmm Including Penny Good?, Fine olaten in Bulk and packages i |UST RECEIVED Hands have "been at work fur ¿ few tearing dawn th® old pipé. The ciHteri R. Struwe Next to Postottice, Born: to Mr and Mrs. Clem Whaley Saturday, a tine boy.ft Miss Anuie Cox left Tuesday for a visit to relatives at Wax- aUachie. i Gardening is now being liber ally indulged in by our citizens the rains of last week. P Grayson County is considering A $800,000 bond issuo for rend construction. Tho eleciion wi 1 probably be held October 30th* ■wo proper has be n taken td pisc^ mid the material removed vh wiKiden tower will be turne< «iverabout tomorrow by putting r ipea around the top and thei hitching a few teams of oxen t< ¡Hill the structure over. Moh of the timbers in the tower art Imdh decayed, and an ex am it ion of the affair is proof tho tlte new stain! pipw was built none oo soon The mains have b>euconnected wit h thonewstano pipe and the prv« ure is ail that Can be desire !. Advertised...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

33555 Family P The printing jwee* I H>HIIWH IIH< Cookes Point. ± • m+ wnMnmim BülJh ti 'Mill MM. Black Jack. The musical rntertuinment at He nry Burror's wee well attend- ed Saturday night. ~A 1) seeming to enjoy themselves line, hearing such <'>:tr,ior ltmiry music. The ^ hti' l started Monday, which is. beifiií taught by Miss lona (jiapli ; -r and it is ho|>e«l there v\ i 1 !)<• u fine rc hoo) and a lfit'gti nttri.''i.ce this sefl-ion. J. M Wade i-i progressing I very well 'n in u spider bite ' Th spidi'r ¡ it ng him ii few | weeks ig( and cau*im£ Inm ti suffer a great deal from its pois< 6n. A doctor from Rockdsl* came out stneral times to att* mj him. We arehavui}* some bad woalli- er for those who have rotton yei to piok and corn to gather. Albei t tíee's girls from liock dalo were visiting this place °ai urdnv and Sunday, Rev. Kitpntriek who has heet preaching it this ¡«lace was cm I ed to pleach another year ar th< regular pu nching day secouo Sunday. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 October 1911

7- *%*: | *# 1 ♦ ' wmmm '■ ;V " MAAMftMMMAftAAftftlliftAmii /I /> /I ft ft 'WWWWWlDYflDWWWWWWWVrlOlDwWWlDlDwfDlD ■■jo|d¿«B£aí i rtitchel Wagons Old Hickory Wagons Oriole Flour "Chef' Cooking Oil Galvanized Roofing Waukeegan Wire Ell wood Hog Fencing ither &. Rubber Belting 1. K. Kutlery. K. K. Axes House full of Hardware Standard Sewing Machines New Crop Turnip Seed • 500 lbs. New Rape Seed Red and White Onion Sets Fresh Russian Sardines Fresh Mackerel, House Full of Something Good to Eat Moon Bros. Buggies Banner Buggies Buck's Stoves Tom Padgett Saddles ^ I 't Ranch King Saddles W. T. Wroe's Saddles Champion Gahanized Cisterns Kfe* Ton Are from Missouri, Come and Let as Show Yon. Phone or Drop in. Satisfaction or Tour Money Refunded GIVE US YOUR ftff.PrP t We want Tour Trade We wOI Treat Yob Right Sí 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% = TOWN TOPICS. MmMMMHMMMI Holiday night Jeff Newcotnb «offered a fall from his bugg Mid had one arm sprained. J W. Ragsdale came up ...

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

N*wa eBl«bllah«diaa4 Con olldi l d Chronlclio * ' * I890 /*l«V ISO7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladger e«t«bllaH d II Consolidated H«b. 1< olumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, November 3,1911 Number 35 Business Success! H. M. Newcoinb one of our well known citizens, died sudden- iy at the residence of Mr. Elliott I J ! v'.' on the Greathouse place in the i Contains no black art. There is nothing mysterious about;; | Rri,*°^ last Friday morn- it. Men do not make fortunes by what is calle J luck. It ;; ing, at the age of .>0 years, 8 is obtainable by legitímate ni -tbods, at the command of ;; 'months and <20 days, and the everyone. ¡remains were laid to rest.Sunday The successful business men are invaribly men who started dej)i hiti t>r their savings in t «• days of their yout h and men who ma * ! e habit of d< in business with fie bank. With- out the biui\V sjrvijj an I h -lp in ta r : n i m s u i * I hi a business way. If j(U aie i.( t n < i M< n (r 11 tl is I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 November 1911

- Including Penny Goodp, Fine •€booola4«H in Bulk and packages JUST RECEIVED R. Struwe Next to Postofiice. "W. D. A l trey, of Gause, was a •visitor I e * the tirat of fbe week. D. A. Cypher left Tuesday night for Austin on a business trip. Mrs. Henry R. Smith went to Milano Wednesday to spend some lime with relatives. Mrs. Frank \\ rba returned Tuesday from Temple where she «pent a month with her sister For Sale—The Boyd place of .794 acres, 2ÜO acres of prairie, •balance in timber. Apply to Dr. B. O. McLean, Miss Mattie Lou Jackson has returned from visiting relatives in Dallas and attending the state tfa r. Mrs. H. L. Somerville of Fort Worth, came down Tuesday to attend the marriage of her son .to Miss Clara Jannette. ?Joe Baso and wife came down •from Cameron Wednesday to .nee Mrs. Anna Mahoney who was seriously sick. Mrs. Collie Wyett, accompa- nied by her sister, Mrs. B. Y. Barnett, left Tuedav for Rosebud where they will spend some time with their mother. Mrs. Crane Johnston...

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

( &JÉ3 Ol)H CORRESPONDENTS SAYINCS. I «*• ** frfr Providence Pickups Sebesta Sayings. £ Theschtx 1 at t'iis place is pro- greying nicely, with Prof. Tuina aa principal atui Prof. Cheory Joe, Kadanliu, aguí 7.'i. died suddenly nt his home here Siit- urday evening and liis reinainu Were luid to rest Sunday afti'r- ! .,NSjstiinj noon in Providence cemetery i fhijs Mok and wife, have do. Rev. <V. b. Lackey conducting nati-d land on which to bui'd a the services, lie leaves a wife M^thodis-t Kpincopal church * nd und several chi'dren, all grown. wo,.¡. has « on;.m need on saine. The sudden death of H. M ! Our mighty n nirods are nink- Newcouib was a shock to our iu^ prepara! iuns to open the community, lie having many j hunting season with camp hurt, friendH ami relatives to mourn ! b'ginning tomorrow. his death. i;. 1¿. Gie.-ensehlng and wife Miss Lillie German who has and Mis. f. M. Kwing spent ^ev* been visiting her uncle Dr. Lvttle H¡*al days in Da'lns attending the was accomp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 November 1911

IBs at the poatofflee at Caldwell, aa second-clase ntf" matter. C> \ « j i Insertion ( I i . . 20c per inch PER MONTH The following number of inches *must be u«ed weekly to obtain the monthly rate A to 0^ inch 60e per inch Ü0 to 80 " 50c *' " .30 to 50 " 45c " " 60 to 100 " 40c " 44 All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers five cents per line ■each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like uature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. Corpus fhristi is to have new waterworks soon at a cost of £250,000. Rock salt in paving quanities has been found about forty miles west ot Amarillo. A half million dollar bond is- sue for road improvement is be- ing planned in Bowie County. Randall county 19 represented by four cars cf fine cattle at ¿be Kansas Pat Stock Show. Mrs. George Cowan returned to Port Worth Saturday after «visiting relatives in this county. • One...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 November 1911

1 h. o m =— = .<111®#$? 1 ,.'i , L .i - í' f/'; " HhmmmHH focal anb personal ippsnings tt>e with. flgppetiingi J. M. Murray of Lyons, wat hero on business Monday. John Pollack and Joe Macat (returned the last of the week from attending the Dallas fair. High Grade Musical lust ru- men is. Price Right at J. W. Harvey Furniture Co. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Joe Polansky Sunday afternoon, a nine pound hoy. D'ed at Marble Fj Lost Friday morning at his home in Marble Palla, Capt. F J. Hundley died at the ripe old .age of 82 years and 2 months, afterjonly two days illness, and the remains were la«d to reet with Masonic honors in tne cemetery there the next day at 9 o'olock a. m , all the business houses closing for the ocoasion. Capt, Hundley was a native of Ala* bamu and served till through the civil war with the Confederate army, he being Captain of a company in 81ot Louisiana regi- ment. He came to Texas many years ago and lived in thiscounty, first at Prairiedate and then in Mr. and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 November 1911

personal ftapptnings ,}> ¡ of tfre tpcch. W t W. Rankin made a busi- tfip to Lyons Tuesday. & m cords of wood delivered in Caldwell at «T3.00 cord. L. W. Henslee. P. A, Cypher made a business to Austin the first of the week. R. S. Newsome was up from the Brazos bottom on business Wednesday. ||p?.V ' • 'j.h'V Hays Bowers was in Brenham on legal business Tuesday and Wednesday. flays Bowers, Hubert Womble, Charlie Cade and Arthur Per- kins made an automobile trip to Giddings last Sunday. Lost—One double cased silver cratch in Caldwell, or on road to Tunis,the finder will please leave t at the Ledger offte and get re- A gang of about sixty went from ,here to Bryan last Friday to se trie A. & M. College boys defeat the University of .Missis- sippi in a football gatne by a •core of IT to0, Deputy county clerk W- H. Hundley and his sou W. G. Hun# ley, left Friday night for Marble! Falls where they attended the funeral and burial of Capt. F. J. Hundley, father of W. H. Hund- Jsy....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 November 1911

SANTA FE TO SHOW RAILROAD EXHIBIT HERE. Demonstration T rain Will be Exhibited at Caldwell Nov- ember 9th. Shows Pro- gress made in construc- tion ot Equipment Dur- ing Past 30 Years* One of the moat interesting exhibits at the Texas State Fair was the demonstration train which the Santa Fe 1a preparing in the development used by that road. This train will be exhibit- ed at Caldwell, November 1) from 4.95 p. m. to 4.5.*) p. m. and the public is cordially invited to in- spect nam*. The Gulf, Colorado and Santa 1*6 Railway Company is exhibit- ing this dcMnonsiation tram to show the progress of railroad ing in thirty yeaas. The train is Made up of two locomotives given out by Mr. .1. F, Jarruil, Publicity Agent, Sinta Fe: RKLATIVE WEIGHT Old New Equipment Equipment KM,000 lbs. 850,000 lbs. Locomotive Flat Cur Coal ('ur Stock Car Box Car Way Car Smoker Coach 19. ¿00 aj.uoo 20,000 22,600 1 23,800 49,400 ' fto,:wo 32,100 36,500 45,200 46,000 89,000 118,100 128,100 Wkl m RELATIVE CAPACITY:...

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

te f ¡M ¿A # a ilitchel Wagons Old Hickory Wagons Oriole Flour "Chef" Cooking Oil Galvanized Roofing Waukeegan Wire Ellwood Hog Fencing Leather & Rubber Belting K. K. Kutlery, K. K. Axes House full of Hardware iL -wa-rm rmtraw Standard Sewing Machines New Crop Turnip Seed 500 lbs. New Rape Sesci Red and White Onion Sets Fresh Russian Sardines Fresh Mackerel, House FuJl of Something Good to Fat Moon Bros. Buggies Banner Buggies Buck's Stoves Tom Padgett Saddles Ranch King Saddles W. í. Wroe's Saddles Champion Galvanized Cisterns St St S St St v. " sssnoEEasr^B^^ Plf SI If Yon Are from Missouri, Come ana Let ns Show You. Phone or Drop in. Satisfcclion or Ycur Money Refunded = GIVE US YOUR ORDER = We want Yoor Trade @|SnftóeiáinMenÉinl) marax rtr. •mrwnxzxvjar. -ukeibmor: in We will Treat Ygu Right St iSf St St St St mmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmwwmmtm g TOPICS. TOWN J. P. Buchanan of Hrenham, «s here on legal business Mon- Miss Annie .jahnke of Bren hum visited friends here the last of week. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 November 1911

\í"; < ? 4 kj. -v v ; ■: -m ,: !SS¿ c!KB2?MMr* AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, November 10, 1911 Number 36 jjmiiitinnniniimiiniimiif mmuimimii i Business Success! Containa no black art. There ia nothing mysterious about it. Han do uot make fortunes by what ia oaHed luck. It ia obtainable by legitimate methods, at tha command of «vary one. Tha aucceaafal buainaaa men are invaribly men who started depositing their savings in the daya of their yoath end men who made the habit of doine buaineaa with the bank. With- out the bank's aervioe and h*lp, man remains small in a business way. If >oti are not o customer ot thia bank, let this be your invitation to become oua. for your banking buai nasa ia moat respectively solicited. The First State Bank Of CmiéwH, GUARANTY FUND B]ANK NO OTHIR lUIINtS9 THAN BANKING We'll Surround You With the finest stock of stationery yoo ever saw for a small outlay of money the very highest «rnde of goods at exceptionall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 November 1911

Schiller, returned to Uose- Monday after visiting home here. Hist Millie Wotipka left this for Snyder where she will this year. We are Proud of our Customers & 5()tí cords of wood delivered in CaldwelUat «1*8.00 L. W. Henslee. W..I). Law ranee and wife of —"iiwere visitors here Mon- Tuesdy. Wanted—To buy att kinds «of ^oga. VWill buy by the head or _>y weight. ; Sam Ó. Kngsdale. Monday afternoon at Somer- vil le. che foot ball team from the Brent&m school played a game *rith'$e team from the Somer- villo school, the score standing 84 to4) in favor of Brenbam, ' :¿ —r—rter-' ? #.. * Constable J. A. Ham came down from Temple Tuesday and got Willie Jones, alias, Shag HÍilley and carried him(Jback to Bell county where he is wanted for rútfiiiu^ away owing a fine for a misdemeanor. The Houston & Texas Central Hail road has been at work re- cently purchasing the right of way for the new road, they now being engaged in the setting the tight of w«y from Caldwell to the Tegua ...

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