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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 November 1911

i/' * Chriesman Chats* A* we have been absent from the colume of your paper for aeveral weeks, will send you a few items. All farm work ia*about com- pleted, but farmers are still busy with other labor pertaining to the farm. Quite a number of this com- munity have been repairing or building new residences, other oonlemplate building in the near future. Mrs. Philip, of Caldwell, visit- ed her daughter Mrs. W. C. Rundzieher, last week. Mrs. Sutiie Philip, of Baumont visiter] relatives here. W. K. Johnston und family of Burlinton were visiting rela lives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. ICwell of Cle- burne and Mrs. J. Pillow of Lyons, ore visiting parents at this place. Mr. and Mrs. H. Arnold of Lvons spent severai days with relatives here this week. Tom E. You need the KITCHKNEED. It j ays for itself by the step* that aro saved. Culdivell Furniture Co. Providence Mrs. A. M. Newcomb of Cald- well visited here Sunday. Frank Wright and family ac- comauied by Mr. Hewett of Brazos county, vi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 November 1911

%¡ ■ ■ ; .} - ' ú:r- , >£'. riitchel Wagons Old Hickory Wagons Oriole Flour "Chef Cooking Oil Galvanized Roofing Waukeegan Wire Ellwood Hog Fencing Leather & Rubber Belting K. K. Kutiery. K. K. Axes House full of Hardware Standard Sewing Machines New Crop Turnip Seed 500 lbs. New feape 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. T. Wroe's Saddles Champion Galvanized Cisterns If Ton Are from Missouri, Come and Let .as Show Ton. Phone or Drop in. Satisfaction or Tour Money Refunded ■ GIVE US YOUR ORDER '"*>* f; jfv * ' '• 'K j pi *m We want Your Trade = S* We wfll Treat Yoo Right & St Mmwwwww9)wmwwmmwwwwmwmm A Thank Offering Social. The ladies of the W. p. M. S, will entertain ail the ladies of the different churches at the res- fipeooe of Mrs. A H. Foster at 4 p. m,—December 1st. A good program will be rendered, an...

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

'■fe ■M * i Jts&RJtrf'w ¡iSo t=sr.-v°«sisv" " .i* AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, December 1,1911 >-A < y * mimi* 1 Way hara t« jait on way to"do business and that is the best I way. Call and 1st us talk this best way over with yon. You ¡ will always find our latohstring out during banking hours. ! Our bank has prospered because it has always dono busi- | ness in th# best way. We bank on you and you bank with I us and thus ws can help sachother up the hill to prosperity. I The Hrst State Bank OfCmiéfii, Z/0MOs dUA RANTY FUND BANK NO OTHIR IUIINII • THAN BANKING! Know Your City. How many ponpln of a oity or even a village know their town, its attainments; its resources and its possibilities? We may know all about our neighbors but do we know the output of our factories; the volume of trade, our agricultural sod in- dustrial needs and are we auf- ficiently versed in public affairs to fee! the pulse of city life? Knowledge is said to be the ...

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

*■ - f f '.. i ; f - ^ [ •' Til'-!-:rl Anil Abraham Lincoln Said: ee. mmbU to bj defendant. Statovs. Tom Collin*, untilt BWtu Hlllbud OoTia, 4io aimed as to ■—inlt to morder and pita of guilty entered to ag- granted assault and fined and sssts. — • * v John Chapell, murder dgree, five years la itisry. vi. Charlie Williams, theft of over S50, two years on «oüty. vs. Charlie Williams, on motion of distriet Willis Franklin, bur- V2 IS on* motion of district attorney. State vs. Gus Scacerlle, bur- r, dismissed on motion of 3t attorney, DIVORCES GRANTED. Anna Martin vs. Albert Mar- Loyd Tipton vs. Birdie. Lula fiarsls vs. Eli Earsle. Addle Willis vs. Jessie Willis. Homeyer vs. Albert r, granted and plantiff's changed to Fiancie Ksch- Lisds Richardson vs. Wat Mary Watson vs. Armstrong V ¡can fool all the of the people seme of tbe time, and some of the people of tbe time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time." Lots oí ople have been fooled right here in this town by "Hurrah...

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

« P" t % 1 A moat pltaaing hospitality taodeaed the Sanior Claaa o( Ike High School was the 0 o'clock dinner givctp laat Saturday avan- iog in honor of ona of their sea here, Miaa Annie Btoekton, by Mra. B. 8. Boeara. The home waa made additionally lovely with a profusion of beautiful bloaaoma and fama. Pink and white ware tha colora oarriad out In tha ambelliahmanta of tha dining room, atreamera being auapanded from the ehandelier and oulminating in the place carda, which were pictures of the gueata, when theyj were "wee tota." The central aaornment waa a cot>giaaa bowl filled with foliage, beneath whieh eouvenire were concealed, being attached to pink aod white ribbona, wfryjoh terminated at the platea. A de- licious three courae menu, was aerved, and at the beginning Of the second course, Miss {Birdie Bo were reailj.in ^appropriate rhymftsTTjthe prophecy Tofeach one present, after which she of- fered a toast to the Senior Class. After dinner a 4 'turkey*' oon- teat waa enjoyed...

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

ST $s£S £<$ ftMf> f -M# f*®* |^ia itiaitnfi«\m V" lUBrnillD 20b per inch xiv, pride inch of inches to obta* the t . tOc per inch WW • JO to 50 " JL. — 45c « •^P to 100 •• 40c " AH advertising run until ordered oat. Localiwdere Hv« omt per line MOh insertion Carda of thanks, resolutions of **peet and all matter of a like «Mltore charted for sama vale Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably ia Advance.) f fatfattrtil Notes* Taylor ¡a witnessing great ac tnrity in building lines. A municipal waterworks sys- nb ia being eonstruoted at Dub lia. There is considerable activity in Sh.-iekleford county at present In prospecting f<><* oil and coal. A Simonton man cleared 15, 000 tliia year from 60 acres of potatoss. The C unraercial Club of Gold thwttiu h <a HUbncribed $200. for « la* Calory for the public *clio<" «t that platse. A ifood roail* bond issue in •Grime* cottnfcy which was recent- ly voted on, was carried by an •overwhelming majority. The Hi y council of F...

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

f 1 * i of the week. We've all got be thankful fer, < ething to Mrs. Irene Felter end little daughter of El Campo are visit $ ing relatives here. K i 1 It takes a good judge of turnan nature to determine just how touch flattery a man can assimi- late. Tbe office boy ia always glad when his boss gets married, be. causa than he'll know bow It is himself. When a girl marriea shs spends the first year discovering that tier husband is just as full of laulte aa her brother. It is no use trying to evcape the man who wants to show you h¡s baby 'h photograph. L. nt— A lower set of false teeth. Return to this office and #et revurd. Cal* Last yeai's valued at approxi 000. We are fortunate indeed to be abte to profit by tbe experience of our neighbors. Tbe public utterances of Caldwell residents on the following subject will in* erpst and beuefit thousands of our resdsrs. Read this state- ment. No better proof can be had. Mrs. Nannie Helmer, of caldwell, Texas, says: No one can make a mistak...

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

F i I ¿: ¿ " ■ "'M UltS JjMgimlp'*; -0ff CAN BC FOUND IN OUR SNOW WINDOW £verythli)g in Season M fruit ar* ProUcUd f FUm R. Strawe * Next to Pntoloe. focal aitb personal I Sappming iji ¡ of Mm «Wfc. at g Pete Matas made fCameroa visit Sunday. Dr. Stoeltje] visited Tempi Monday. Bota to John Mazaeh end wif* Saturday a fine girl. A fine daughter was born to A. (i. Klagnim and wife of ueai Deanville, Friday. J. M. Murray, Jonn Danchak, O, E. Shatz and others were here Monday from Lyons. For Hale—The Boyd place of 794 acres, 200 acres of prairie, balance in timber. Apply to Dr. B. O. McLean, Mrs. Mattie Scarborough came Tuesday to visit her parents, W. W. Watson and wife eight mites of town. W. J. Blocker, Dr. Calhoun, F. J. Murray and others were ur (rom Somerville Monaay attend* in* court. Attorneys Davis of Bryan. Freeman, Anthony and Lyle oj Cameron,""were here Monday at lending district court. Í: * A large number of Camoror citizens weré here Mondqy a* witnesses in the Howard You t...

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

TOPICS. ^ Method l«t Indian served r> the pub lio Monday aqd dearth «bout 970 T e KopUet ladiea told their baaiir Wednesday and added «bout S300 to their fundi. y« • i . ' ~——— Mr< B. 0. Clark returned Cooroe Thursday morning reporta her brother still My ill. Jerry Bebettaand Miss Fannie it ware married Tuesday at >k. Both are popular young of that oomrnunity and tve a host of friends who wish much happiness through J ivy «7* ' • * " W'flK1 )■! ¿¿ ^ laI" = ANTONIO ON •BR THK MO. Will Deliver •t Pair \ftor Tormina* ef iia Rockett - Scott. At prayer services at th lodiet Church Wednesday fht to the soft «trains' of ledeleuhn'a March Mr. H. H ikett led to the altsr, which prettily decorated in whiU iryHanthemumM. Mi s Huh\ >tt, who wa« attired in white in with hat and glove to itch. Aft *r the ceremony ay repaired to the home of Mr A Pott where a number of lautiful gifts awaited them >m their many friend . Tin* flowing day • Thanksgiving *y, Mrs. K. A. Pottn, th ide's si...

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

< ' MikmMM&m&MMMMMMMMMMM* A Class ot v 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 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. T. Wroe's Saddles Champion Galvanized Cisterns If Ton Are from Missouri, Come and Let us Show Too. Phone or Drop in* Satisfaction or Your Money Refunded GIVE US YOUR ORDER as. We want Tour Trade Wtwll treat VwRight ^mMwmwwwwmww'Qwmwwwwmw' TOWN TOPICS |(r«. F, Scott left Tuesday for Silabee to visit relatives. WmMl c. U. Black, J. R. Blocker and J. B. Lyon were up from Lyon «his week as grand jurors, — $100,000 bond have been voted «on at Big Springs for road con- traction. The Gulf Refining Company pre erectin...

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

w 9 ' cflMuiG*c&M#r* AND NBW8-CHRONICLB XXVII Caldwell* Burleson County, Texas, December 8,1911 éeeeeeeeeeeeeee#eeeeeeeeeeeeeeéeeeeeeeee< the Grindstone! Tin man who toils on and on, just able to make ends meet 1 and ia getting nothing ahead, is said to have "His nose to ¡ the Grindstone." There are thousands in this sad plight* -j Let your running expence be smaller than four earnings and | 1 the difference—even though it may be small deposit it* Not ¡ ! next month but MOW with M The Hrst State Bank R* # QÜARANTY fund bank ' NO OTNIR IUIINIM THAN BANKING Tues. December 5th We will have on dinplay our entire stock of Holiday Goods T every description can be found hers at most reason. M-fffT AH our invMed to come and inspect our stock Caldwell Drug Co. Monument Unveiling There was a beautiful mony at 2:80 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Masonic ceme- tery when the Woodnien of the World lodge here unveiled monument at the grave of the late Henry Dolkofsky, a deceas- ed member o...

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

. i'? w aBamB ft lilif^ "ipssip / f V1-' •; _ _ ^ íá -rf| F H 11 w / fell. -1.ÍI&' 'aJtxm' "M tJS focal anb personal T. J. Oliver made a business trip (o Lyous Monday. Mrs. J. W. Ragedale left the first of ths wsek to visit the fern ily of her sister. Mrs. J. F. Her vey, in Louisiana. Claim Agent J. W. Evans, of the Santn Fe, was here this week looking after the interests of the company. first of the week Hosea purchased the T. J. residence the consider- named being $2,250. i. Broaddus now has the st for carrying the mail the route on which H. M. Newcomb deceased was carrier. Utrs. H. C. Clark returned Tuesday from Conroe where she had been to attend the funeral aaid burial of her brother, Dee Karthman. For the past ten days there laas been a more protracted spell of «old weather than for many jears at this time of the year. It has been ideal hog killing weather and many fine porkers Jiave been slain. At the business meeting of the "W. C. T. U's Tuesday p. m., it was decided to ...

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

r Gear W-. a#e now dispelled. for the actual work of grading haa commenced in Lee county. The contractors are Owens, Levy and Owen , and they will push the wprk as rapidly 4s possible., As waa stated gome tame,ago in th* Ledger, the first «section to be graded ia from NaN creek in Lee county to 8. P. Austin League No. 4 three miles 8outh of Dean- ville, the distance being thirteen m^ea. Contractors are 00 the ground looking oyer tfce rout from that section to Caldwell, with a view to making bids for grading same. Railroad men do not get out and brag and blow to the world about what they are going to do, but it seems to be generally understood that trains will be running between Caldwell and Giddiug* by the first of May. Work on the other end ot the line will begin as soon as the problem of bridging the Brazos ia disposed of according to the plans of the company. For Sale— The Boyd place of 794 acres, 200 acres of prairie, balance in timber. Apply to Dr. B. O. McLean, District Court ...

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

PP9Y* W/ '■r:0 t ¿i * ' .•,& p * and UrwtlM by na- bleed ctpitAl. Thf Wowiaf op. of the fob MONTH weekly I* obtain the .JOe per Inch ■An •* a to l« M • « II ANaivirtMai mntttoiMNt. line aad iB of of * like I S; & ' Í¿'^ ® s * :■ >s,, .*• W\ .<*• •«& Subscription Ptr Tiar ....$10)0 (Invariably la Advance.) yg. frlffftfll. ;> ' > W Now thai Mm MoNamara% have pleaded guilty to deetroying the Loe Angeles Times building aad 1h« Leweityn Iron Works will bo •doubt diseoursge to some degree the member* of the labor anions who so generously came to the •aid of the eelf-confeesed aseas whom they believed at the of their arveet to be inno- -oent of any orime. (t wee, indeed, a sad blow to •organised labor, inaemuoh many special assessments were levied apon the members of dif Cerent organizations to help de- fray the heavy expenees of the {pending trial of tbe McNamara brothere, whom they felt con ▼faced were the victims of a con spiracy by organised capital. Their oonfe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 December 1911

* Miss Bsssle Lm vetuvosd to Will 0 ray Houkw Sunday P Chat Look vm up (fom Somervllle Sunday. Womble Motar «tint over froa Lexington landay, Miss ticoii Beck returned Sunday from visiting home folks. Prof. J. M. 8mlth was in Houston the later pari of last week. Miss Luollt Harvey left Sun* day to attend the Southwest Tvxas Normal of San Marcos. John Schiller has retornad frotn Rosebud, and accepted hia old position as clerk for the J, W. Harvey Furniture Co. Mrs. Dr. Stoeltje and her son Alfonso and her brother, who has been visiting here left Sun- day to visit relstives in Waco. Hsnds are at work on the Santa Fe yards making ready for putting a new switch north of the depot. The switoh will extend along the south aide of the road and will go to the stock pens. Km Wr t Saturday night the Woodmen of the World met in their lodge hall and elected the following ^ officers for the ensuing year: Jessie Garrett, Contul Com- mander, 8. Willbnrn, Advisor Lieuten ant. V. Nix, Banker. W. H. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 December 1911

, . ■ : —^ CAM BE FOUM6 IN OUR •SHOW WINDOW . Everything in Season "All Fruit ar« Protected from .Files D CMmitA •' K. MTuWC Next to Poetofttce. TOWN TOPICS. í Bliss Hallie Harris returned to ' gomerville Sunday. ■ t • Bob Hoffman came up from Brenham Sunday in an Auto. industrial cfttUrna of fanae tMd thorn of all other ctste In H o rnfnn In tht number of n< wad per capita. The Improvement af public hl-hw^ys and Mia eeta^!-' •—a* >f rural fráé Mlvery rout* ha* e*. tended tb xny of circulation M d read- Hi* íhe neerannper* baa broom a aa J. W. R&gsdale and family returned to Brenham Sunday. 11 Ottp Wendorf, * • • *• Notice. i I have fresh beef casing on hand. 1 " r * / IÍ mm % F" 1 A. (Jr. Nowak returned the first of .the ^eek from visiting hi- brother in Sealy, Mrs. Hallie Farmer of ttomer- ville, visited the family of W. 8. the first of the week. I Rev. A. N.lHedeger will preach at Cookes Point at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, *21 ÜS Rev. More head of Dickinson ■was a v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 December 1911

= Health Commandments. 1. Thou ahalt have no other food than at meal time. 2. Thou shall not make unto thee any pies or put into pastry the likeness of anything that is in the heavens above or in the waters under the earth. Thou shall not (all to eating it or try- ing to digest it. For the dyn- pepsia will be visited apon your children to the third and fourth generations of them thut eat pie; and long life and vigor upon those that live prudently and k«ep the laws of health. 3. Remember thy bread to make it well; for will he not be kept sound thftteateth his bread an dough, 4. Thou Hhalt not indulge in sorrow or borrow anxiety in vain. 5. 8ix days «halt thou wash * >p thyself clean, and the seventh thou sh .It take a bath, thou, and thy son, and thy daughter, and thy man-servant, and maid servant and the stran- ger that is within thy gates. For in six da; h man swea^ and gathers filth and bacteria enough for disease; wherefrom the L*ord haw blessed the bathtub and hal lowed it. 6...

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

/ - m m — d One Car of Liverpool YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS Just Unloaded One Car South Texas f^ibbon Cape Molasses Hew about your Ghnatmaa Oookinf. We have what you want Wo soliolt your order Our store is foil to the brim with food things to est Mince Meet Fancy Cream Cheese Cleaned Currants Seeded Shelled Almonds Shelled Pecans Fancy Citron Cranberries Yon mnst have a sack for cake cooking Oriole Flour Seed Oats Seed Hye Alfalfa Seed How about a nice Moon or Runabout? We have them, let us sell you. r j Right cold now—Buck's Hesters, Air-tight Heaters, Oil Stove Heaters, Buck's Cooking Stoves. ''Can't be beat" Drop in to see us, let us show you whst we have J'/*" - *lr \\ km:?. M , For a guar- anteed single- barrel gun. Now is the time to bay. Big stock of Guns, Cartridges end loaded Shells. Pock- et Knives, Butcher Knives. Fill Stack of General Hardware Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fenceing Galvanised Roofing One car Avery Plows One car John Deere Plows <T ■ We Want Tear Trade We Win Trea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

/ """ • -BE ' ^ ,r\ /i ml-. .flti# am >. cNhTS'„v?.-*r"1"h'"' ¡ss¿ czr.v¡'ásv tmct AND NEWS-CHRONICLE , ¥ - 4 ' ™ ■-«USJIKaSSrftS VolumneXXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, December 15,1911 Number 41 MMIIIIIIIIIHHNUIIHMMIMMMIIIIIIIH At the Grindstone The man who toils on and on, just able to make ends meet and is getting nothing ahead, is said to have ''His nose to the Grindstone." There arc thousands in this sad plight Let your running expence be smaller than your earnings, and the difference— even though it may be small deposit it- Not next month but NOW with The First State Bank Of Catdutelt\ Zjaxas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING We Now Have on Display OUR ENTIRC STOCK OR Holiday Goods Toys of every description can bo found heie t uioHt icason- ,r ¡>\. 1 .rim* All our invited to tome an.; inspect our stock Caldwell Drvig Co. Bus Ran Away, . The team pulling tbe buss ran away about ten o'clock last Thursday night and beside breaking the tongue in lour ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

F %•:- • , J. C Hale. |JM 8 htj. C Hale- died at hfcr home here Tuesday morning at 7:30 o'clock and the remains were laid to rest in Masonic cemetery Thursday evening* at 4 :CI o 'clock, the funeral ser vices being con- ducted at the family residence by Hev, A. N. Pledger, while the burial took place with Masonic honors, he being an honored member of that order. James Calvin Hale was born at Hoi- War, Polk County, Missouri, November 4,1830 and here was reared and spent hi* early life. In 1853, while quite a young man, moved to Texas, settling in , Denton county, near Gainesville, where he met and won as his life companion, Miss Eliza Smith, they being married therein 1854. Boon after this they moved to Gay Hill, in Washington county, where for many years they made their happy home. When the Civil war broke out, Mr. bale joined the volunteers, and served as a volunteer for a while, and then joined the oavalry in whieh he served till-the close of the war. After hostilities had oeased,...

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