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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

¡ y «.1 Official Statement of tbe Finan* cial Condition of the PIRST STATE BANK. At Caldwell, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 5th day of Dec 1911, published in the Lbdgbr, a news- paper printed and published at Cald- well, State of Texas, on the 15th day of December 1911. RESOURCES / Loans and discounts, personal or collateial $89,599.73 Loans, real estate 25,072.85 Overdrafts 14,351.64 Bonds and Stocks o.oo Real Estate (banking house) o.oo Other Real Estate o.oo Furniture and fixtures ¿.257.80 Due from approved reserve Agent Net $52,795.57 Due from other Banks a Bank- ers, subject to check, f .00 52.705.57 Cash items 562.17 Currency 9,548 00 Specie 9,495.96 19,306.13 Int in Dep. Guar, Fund 1,675-06 Other Resource*as follows: Ass't for Guar. Fund ....301,12 Total .J2WU59.9Q Burleson County' Great Re- sources. The various local cattle deal- era and market men at Caldwell are feeding eight hundred bead of cattle, and before the end of two weeks from now, tbe num- ber i...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

V.j ' m,. wmm m r-;í¿" .Y: ■■ ? f V Si' :J. Kg *.$> at the dvert !« One taaerUoa Co. at Caldwell. « n aattar. PER MONTH The following number of inches mun be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to 9% inch* — 60c per inch ID to 80 " 60c " JO to 60 M 45c " u fiO to 100 " ¿48c ** " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers Uve cents per line insertion of tlisnks, resolutions of respeet and all matter of a like notare charged for same nyte aa local readers. Subscription Per Tear ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industria! Notes. Rockport's Commercial Club is financing the building of a large cot too «in in that city. The ml jrells in the Electra fields are produciog an average of about 060 barrels per day. Fuller's earth has been found in Ellis, Burleson, Smith, Fay- ette and Shelby counties. The State Rank at Temple has increased capital stock from $50,0ü0 to $500,000. r The Texas and Pacific has let the contract for $110,000 worth of building at Marshall. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

Pw w ^r it c'.ty council net in regular m Friday afternoon and transacted the usual amount of routine work iu the way of auditing and allowing accounts. Hays Bowers was appointed city attorney to fill out the un- expired term of L. 1). Fraim, ^ceaaed. VpFhe council also ordered cross- Inge mide of solid concrete on all crossings where there are conerete aide walks. There has been about $500. raised by pri- vate aubsorlption to build a con- crete walk from Uilley's store to the school house, so there will be a solid concrete crossing at Gil- ley's store, another from the corner at Cromartie's to Cobb's corner, and one from Hundley's to the parsonage. All of this in welcome news to pedestrian* and ^gMrs that the city is making ^Peferess. Hundreds <>f young men now standing on the threshold of life are asking, "What muat I <lo?" The sorw* of farmers are looking to Uto cities for hi. answer, the sous of merchant and trades* men are looking to the country. There never win a time...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

CHOICEST BwS m our window thigg in leason rrults art Protected from Flies Sole Agent Benedetto. Allegrettl Co. R. Struwe Next to Postoffice. f. 1 ' WEALTH OF FARMER GROWS THE FASTEST UIMl «CHASE 117 rER CENT WriFASF MAMST < CITY'S 59 121 NEW TOWNS IN TEXAS I (ocal attb personal g ■i .1. ftappenings iji | { li,t roeth. mL| nwwiiiiifciiMi rowggMi ' Bay your Santa Glaus at 0, E. James. J. W. Ragsdale came up from Brenbam Tuesday on business. ipson Bros., and Vf. S. Bar- bt shipped a solid car to turkeys to Temple Wedneeday, •aM&JKSF-1 ' Hillard. Jessie Garrett and W. _W. Rankin attended court in iSomerville Wednesday. Mrs. tí. P. Rainóy returned to Elevation Wednesday after visit- ing the family of Dr. J.jT, 11 ill. wm IIS* . j ■ j.J His many friends are glad to seeG. W. Lee on the streets again after several weeks con- finement to his bed with fever. For sale.—A second hand um- brella top buggy and harness, price $30. Apply to Joe Truax. W. S. Farley made a business trip to Mil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

\ at 7 p. m. Dec. 24th, J9U. Invocation N. Cvonmrtie Voluntary Scripture— Jeatite GairHt Anthem Papir—A true ChrJ.HinutH Spirit Mrs. JV.sMti Garrett tctte- MestUimcs Perkins, Broud- b, Mi- K di HumUvy .y lhropí|H>ne Nolo Ml-hCura Hundley ryfof 4'Ben Hur" (Wallace) Miss Maud Jamó Duet—Mrs. Arthur Perkins, MUs Kate Hundley. Solo—Ar.hur Ptrkins Poem—Mis* Myrtle Praim Quartette M rosero Prainv, Harta, Mc- Lean, Douglass Story of the "Other Wise Man" (Van Dyke). Mísh Jefta Simpson Anthem Benediction.—Rev. A. N. Pledger. Don't fail to see the Christmas % ktiea at O. K. James. Mill Simpson Entertains. Saturday afternoon the regular aay for the meeting of the Qui Vires found Mite Jeff a Simpson welcoming the members in her own eordial way into her home. The occasion took on all the eharni of the ueual forty-two aa- aemblage and the etamp of the hostess' graoiousness and tact M an entertainer. The ohil) of the afternoon made the hot plate whioh the hostess passed especi- ally acceptable i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 December 1911

■ ^ ¿ka m Vil "■1,111 — ■m Just Unloaded One Car of Liverpool Salt YOU KNOW WHAT IT 18 v_ ill ÜBss Just Unloaded One Car South Texas Ribbon Cage Molasses How about- your Christmas Cooking. We have what you want We solicit your order Our store is full to the brim with good things to eat • Mince Meat' Fancy Cream Cheese Cleaned Currants Seeded Raisins Shelled Almonds Shelled Pecans Fancy Citron Cranberries You must have a sack for cake cooking Oriole Flour Seed Oats Seed liye Alfalfa Seed How about a nice Moon or Banner Runabout? We have them, let us sell you. Jf Right cold now—Buck's Heaters, Air-tight Heaters, Oil Stove Heaters, Buck's Cooking Stoves. 4 'C an' t be beat' * Drop in to see us, let us show you what we have For a guar- anteed single* barrel gun. Now is the time to buy. Big stock of Guns, Cartridges and loaded Shells. Pock- et Knives, Butcher Knives. Full Stock of General Hardware Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fenceing Galvanized Roofing One car Avery Plows a One car John Dee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

XXVII e sincerely wish each and every In- dKMdu&l of our county, Iv young, and old, rich /0h M,..: and pbor a Happy and 33. >911 tits to Cüsto Your Bank should be «elected with m maoh oiré u your physician or your attorney. Strength, torn, sound banking methods—these should osrry njpst weight. We Invite your investigation. menta December 10,1910 to ments December 10, 1909 to Gain in Ship Caldwell National Bank Deposits Guaranteed Resources 9895,OoO.OO Depository for City of Gald4flll Funds. Depository for County of Burleson DIRECTORS: J. C. WOMBLE, C. C. NELM8 A, F. GRABOW, A. G. JENKINS, T. KRAITCAER, Jr. We Have Resolved WE TRUST that the labors of your hands have been fruitful during the year that is 'now drawing to a close, and that the sun- shine of hope and good cheer may drive away any clouds of disappoint* ment that may be overshadowing the the lives of any one. And may all hopes and aspirations be as bright as that beautiful Christmas morning in the long ajjo when th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

* Mr. and Mrs. Etsel. OUR in Monday was the third Monday and thorsfors, the regular mar- ket and «alee day. There *m a large erowd In town and a deal Hading was done in the way of swapping horse* and multa. The ChrUtmaa shopping 1 c t 8Uh Alkfrettl Co. Strowe Next to Fottofflce. tocaC anb personal Qappentngs jjM E. M. Rcose and flanUy near Rosebud, have moved Harmony where he will fa thia year. Whan people fit out what Burleson oounty really are, they always here to farm where they ki they oan make a good living, fc sure, every year. of tftt with. cotton nousn Buy your Santa G. E. James, Claus at Sledge Houston was a Somer- viile visitor here Tuesday. .!. M. Murrsy was here on bus- iness from Lyon?, Wednesday. Frank CoWan of Fort Worth spent a f jw days here this week. Glen Heslep of Temple is here to take Christmas with home folks. . Miss Lela Grabow bos return- from Austin to spend vacation at home. 5 Miss Ethel Henslee was laid iip a few days this week with a lined ankle. mi m Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

J. L. er and organiser for the Farm* ere* Union waa down from Fort Worth Saturday and waa to have lectured to a maw meeting at the court house that afternoon, but on aocounc of the bad eondition of the roads and the unfavorable ther, the speaking was aban- isd. That night at Beoond creek be leotured to a fairly good slsed audience, and made a very fine address which was veil received by all present. Ón'ac count of the weather hia other speaking dates in the oounty were cancellsd. Mr. Armstrong will return to this oounty later and make several speeches on the importance of reducing the cotton acreage for the yeir 1912. ,V Texas Industrial Notes. A company has been formed in Corpus Cristi to develop an unusual large deposit of gravel found on the Texas - Mexican Railway between here and La- redo. Hie oreamery at Flatonio turned out 15,000 pounds of butter in November. This is said to be the aecond largest creamery in the state. The early construction of a railroad is reported from Wel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

wancfeMovel It ti^toecKonsAis with lmres up where the Itumttfes us where the to all who is singing home beneath tie dreaming star* ds frofrn m^ny linds afart is filled with i ire delights t mi endless night< beneath thé sKy*i broad dome, singing home. tos dr pióture of the/past-*a picture fair arid free—> the\tíood old home —wherever it may be rer \ne waves, it apgs to us( across the hill and plaint itil ihe stak within\ s seems to echo the refrain. Wherever up\apd dowrN^e world the rebttess feet may roanv The heart Is home again—the heart Is singing home. ■ place there comes the^haunting songt in caaénce full and strong. upon rus arms before the *" desh. the cea^dng strains honey heart is singing It ri To And For, sweeter The heart is KB Idflcr Co. jwstottlc^at Caldwell, M KcoBd-ctauw ■ ■'* matter. ting insertion Rates 20c per inch PER MONTH following: number of inches , he used weekly to obtain the fcbly rute f% inehs 60c per inch • 80 '« 50e •« " ► so 44 #5c 44 44 M ^ •( 11...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

— of Trenton, , is the guest of R, 8 and family. Vinton and family of were the guests'ef W. and Unity this week. lire. D. L. Cobb* of Fori Worth, ie the guest of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hssiep, Mrs. Alton Aiken, Missess Mattie Philp and Nellie Holt were Chrisstnan visitors, here Saturday. The great danger of kidney troubles ie that they get firm hold them. Health is gradually r dermined. Backache. headache. id Hale came down (rom Iron Wednesday, and at- tended the funeral and burial of J. C. Hale. Thomas M. Hough who has been here on business for the pant ten days left for Cleburue Saturday. Mrs. Frank Kv ird returned to Milano Friday after attending the funeral and burial of her grandfather, J. C. Hale. Card8 are out announcing the marriage of Bam Woody Mclver aud Mina Ruby Lee Diggers at the reeidence of the bride's mother Lexington on Dec, 27th. nervousness, lameness, sorsness, lumbage, urinary troubles, dropsy and. Bright's disease, follow ss the kidueys get worse. Don...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

of Merle, wis a 9. Farley made a bonne— tf Coaldale Monday. r*Mr*d Iraf) to spend the holidays folk . f Duckworth who wm eick the first of the improved* r F. Jahake and family of vidson, Oklahoma, fere guests tiyss in this country. pRjgj Él 1WW- m are Always Aw>red ted m r-j Misé Cord Hundley is home from Baylor univeraity to spend ," *" the holidays with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MoCor* of Flainview^ are the of 8am Murray and fam- Hudson, Jr., and family down from Brownwood to visit relatarse for a 4 lira, B. F. Moorman came dawn from Buckhoits the firat of the week to viait the family of John Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morris, of Atlanta, Georgia, are hers to the holidays with the fam fjy of J. R. Heslep. W. T. Womble had a stroke of paralysis Monday night and #bOe his condition is serious, fcs is getting along as well ss Could bs expected. - W. E. Moonban and family have moved from Cleburne to tMs pisco where in the future Ifeqy will make their heme. Bollock, sod of sad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

* --V it. 1^1™ I ¡■Hi of Dr. the 13 . hop to merit a oontin- Miqi dartiRtM V*- Ia Wishing OHO * Christmas and ft hippy New Year, we again gi™ notioe that there will be IíKiígbb on December 29. Death of Mrs. Teresa Cha- loupka. Mrs. Teresa Chaloupka died ^er home three miles north of here Tuesday night and the re- main* were laid to rest in the cemetery at New Tabor yester- day afternoon, the funeral ser- vices being conducted by Rev- Clumsky of Brenhane. Deceased leaves three children all grown and married. Her hunband died many years ago. She wa« an •Industrious, good woman liked by all who knew her. , a UL VOTIVA* bales taw the affair ran to the rescue, bat the horse bit at both Of them and bleated like a call Qa* shaft wee broken oat and the horse tot one of bis hind legs hung on the cross bar. By this time several others wore on the scene and the animal was hastily un- hitched and gotten under con. trol. No one knows what caused' the horje to cut such capers, for he was supposed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 December 1911

r place in the Hrazos bot- i«n hi^V" brother MM when the accident hap- %■ 41 .was with a «hot gao, white r,ftoreee, was on tha front gallery, In the gnn W¿M oí :■ w$ i ' Vi , ¿0É •j" 1 >-.jr —- Cameron the Mr. and Mn. W. C r last Tuesday night, a ■ * Boehmeof Hogg Brink ** of •pent laat we Of yo . Boh !• . "im ■ Í ■ - frflwyaa I tt ' 'J % . si É nt NO MATTER How discnmifag you are, its no trouble to please you, as tl*>thes ! handle are the beat products of Ameii foremost manu- facturers. Our Men's and tfojtlothing compares with any tailor-made clothing akret attracts more attention because the work man 8 Ik really better and the prices w much lower, that'av our, customers say this is the «tore for Clothrogfet, and if you are pot one of those customers, II——. weuld like for you to come in "^"^ ' and be convinced. Xmas Novelties that Will Please Every hour brings Xmas closer us and as that is the day we remem- ber our loved ones and friends, I offer you this list whieh will help...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

..•v. . V T ^ M ' wn Sfej rmmft M|1 tH •UF . ,',*■£I, dg1 i lor* - , 1% lioh has btsn ft i •uooees and to tLe many doing their banking tb* attribute to iti of onr oounty who are not ith u%SÉ.|pBfa^to elate that this Is our invitation to you|Ve will appreciate your ac- count, whether large or i U we ate prepared to offer everything coneietent with und banking, we offer you pdMt,e courteous treatemen hile at our bank, and ae to Í our reliability lor the eafe I ting of your funde we refer you to the The Bankere I ranty Fund of the State of Texas, which you are prote by, whether your deposit be one dolar or a million dolli you have absolute protection.* ■[VMptate Bank OfCmim, lÑmw# OUARANTVfUND BANK O OTNBIt • I H U THAN IANKINO ¡ NECESSITIES. ¡¡very lady likes to have every re- quisite for her personal comfort and «•re is when* hw oan get. her sup- utes at the least price and of the #t quality. We have just laid in Ktock of Fancy Soaps, Face owders, Perfumes, Cold Cream, etc, pd invite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

SmtnkM ill at tb* With, ill W. F. Sullivan visited relatives i Houston the first of the week. ||amis Andrews spent «holidays with home folk in Itsnton. -5MUs Kate Wpdle, In Camion the $ ik. w>~ v; week, I J. C. BosweU a||ivi Afternoon fromjlbldth Visit relatives and friends. * • Norman Heslep 01 Ü0m own t the ▼¡Biting friends nere, returned to Vengue Tuesday. 4 M/ . Mrs. Charles Teagdte, of Gid dings, fl&nt the hpliáay^ frith relatives. Mis* Elisabeth Jeter, of Cft% «ron, visited Miss Kathleen Cttde this week. . , . A. D. Small, of Grandfieid, C lahoma, is the guest of Reed Philip and family. \ J. Carter was up from 6 ¡nervals this weqjp attending «. uniy court. It. F. P. ol of Sherman, visited f) fnmity of B. F. De amater Uon^av and Tc^snay ^ alte '-lu'it • Br* iihaiu. ppent a few days here laet week With Otto Wendorf nd 'amily. For 8 le • h«*Hp—My new t>urgi w residence in west Cald- well. Apply - tiff Dnu ;lass. A. L. Pine ha* returned from itdingtwo weeks in Browa- yit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

V i ¿H* Slf' ¿MI the evening of the 27 th oí Mrs. Maggie Lexington, Motor and Miea Baby 1 Biggere were united in mir by Iter. J. A. Molrer in the of e large attend anee relative® and frisuds and ta- rea of the contracting parties, gueeta were then served a finé wedding .upper, ¡room i a son of J* A. Mo* f of'nearTMrae Bokwbiti bride ie one o( the moat beeuti- ful and accomplished young ladies of that section of Lee county. They will make their heme near Lexington. Arnold-Holt. • On Wednesday evening the 37th, at the residence of Mr Swell in Cgrieemao, Joe Arnold and Mies Nellie Holt were hap- pily married by lie v. J, Goodwin. The groom iH a son of Mrs. Lucy Arnold of that place and is an excellent young man, while the bride Is a daugh ter of Jeff Holt of that communi- ty where she is well and popular* ly known aa a teiuti ul and «harming young lady with much refinement. They will make their home in Bellville whtre the groom has a fine job. SugareK'Hollk* Wednesday evening, December...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

f , ^ . r H '#1 Si |Sil ■W' w pp wiH \ * ^:;ffcSr i :;ft 8 '' t '«I QUARRELS t «n« —10b pw loch PER MONTH ; ... y. hundred times the Im SOs per to* tftvf eenU insertion of tits&ks, resolutions of and §XL matter of a like for Advance.) .. ^ QujYear Resolution t no «ill try to mnke lOit than an? >ear prsvlous. We to carry a oomplete line of gs and Jswelery, and will strive trade based on honest goods of bastase*. We wsnt to spp- in our Une during 1011 «This is a practical demonstra- tion of the saying that every man ought to hove his name nrinted on his envelopes,'* said postmaster pointing to three or four letters held for postage. Any man is likely to put a letter in the post-office without mailing it. With a card on the corner of the envelope. we cari •tamp it and collect the postage when the writer comes in. We don't know Who dropped those letters into tigs box and must hold them un- till we write toi the peisons ad- dressed and they send us the post age. That is the rule o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

''M M - Ie!H a* • ft ^. ■ r •■ . ¡2 " ■'. -«I| ?i | ■ ♦ too days bare with of Joba Hudson. S •'* é¡ K #P ■ A H. Wtbb and fraily, of visited «bo family oí Dr. K Olinr last «ask. Ilia. B. J. Stooo and Slooa, of George- rata rood from visit- tbefaanily of G. W.Lea. * Frank Dragac and wifa visited relatives in Cameron lest week. Victor Collet and wife, of*the Hunteville Font Item, spent Ohristmae with the family of W. W. Rankin. Glen N Goodin of Willie, was Christmas visitor here. ■ idney firm rNfnises then. Health la gradually un dermined. Baokacbe. headache, lnmbage, urinary troubles, dropsy and Bright' diaeass, follow aa the kidneys KOt worse. Don't negleot your kidneys. Mrs. John Jahnke and child- ren sre visiting; relatives in Temple. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Karnes Christmas here with tlie family of F. J. Wotipka. spent Help the kidneys with the re- liable and life remedy, Doon'e Kidney Pilla, wioblt haa eared people right here in Caldwell. Mrs. A. P. Wttllin of Caldwell, Texas, aaya: "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

M - 1/ a>, f :-.r; Local Interest O. B. Oliver and family of Corsicana spent the boliieys with relatives here. Mis* Ootie Pledger, oí San Mareos, spent her vaoation with the family of hsr brother, Rev. A. N. Pledger. Rev. K. N, Pledger spsnt laat with relatives in Lexington Kiileen. 4k Mra. Wilton Houston and danghter, Miss Viola, are visit mg in Hearne. 1 1 • Miss Nellie Jenkins visited friends in Csmeron lest weak. Leap Year Ball. About eighteen couples were in attendance at the leap year ball Monday night. The young men gathered ab the home of Mrs. N. Cromartie, while the young ladiea met with Miss Kathaline Cade and went by. two's to claim their escorts. At the apoointed hour the pro- grams* were distributed and tbe orchestra startsd it's enchant- ing strains to whioh our merry responded. The punch bowl was presided over by Miss The dance dosed at o'dock, and every body present had a fiine time. Miss Oardéna Schiller left Monday for Baylor University at Waco where she will ta...

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