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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

11 ^Si -j % IP ^ jj§l!¡l rv ; ■ - '4'*j Bain and family returned I;;Wednesday (rom the holidays with the Halo. m- i,aB nos her vacation here. «OMfc yon. For this you ta baying. ár" ■' * . m m: m ■4 for It does not ImiUte iO^ÍHÍÍ^'' ■OLD OI TOWN liver Monuments I have the agency of the Bren* ham Marble Works and have a nice line ot sample books for you to select from. If yoy want to buy a monument drop me a card and I will call to see yon. VASOR. NIX CALWDELL CITT BARBER SHOP K AUTR.EY & BURNS. Prop. First Class Tonsorial Work Hot andlCold Baths. Cleaning-Dyeing-Pressing | CHILE SHORT ORDER HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. ItaMMMMMIMMMIlJ Save time and money by twins: the long distance telephone Transact business satisfactily without waiting for reply. ,'Just a turn of the bell and we do the rest. Connected with all points in the countv and over tm the teiepli get your man e state. Use _ work while we Prompt service— Timé saved mpscy made - tliat'8 easy. / T TRANS-TEXAS TELEPHONECO. J. B. HONE...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 January 1912

Ir > 1 • ■*& ¿ :WW. TT • ''y /. Comes in finding Burleson county enjoying prosperity, for which all are 19IÍ Gave us another prosperous year of business, for which we thank all of our friénds and customers. We are prepared for business Our 5tock of Groceries, Hardware, Farming Implements, Buggies and Wagons HI ¿ ■ Í:-;Í I ' H Is full and complete. We invite all to drop in and see us, we want your trade and we are glad to say to you that we are prepared and able to take care of your good name. We wish all a prosperous year I - - *' M I#* " ' : -Y'-'' " j$lHi ■ Mf'' *\ ;• \ \ .. 2 ■ -- . ■ ¿V"' ' \ We Wut Your Trtáe . ' We WiO Treat Ton Right MMÉMM WN TOPICS. J. W. Ragsdale and wifp re- turned to Bren ham (be first "of the week after spending Christ- mas with relatives here. f r Misses Henrietta Etzel, Sadie liewccmb and Cora McCowen returned from S«n Houston formal school to spend their Vacation with home folks. m wax Misses Vivia Lee, Eilene Stokes, Sola Sate and Josephine Wi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

A , ÍKS^v. íáf ras -¡PraB PWPBH )k , :■■ . • * 4 i? -é-íM i\ ♦ CHRONICLE w is'iiii I* y "^«á^tdáL ''llí ■ " i m* ii. Ttxii. January la, 191a www vi I Wmm «S?, ■ ' ¿ ^ v'^j EH [ | > :f 't • j 1 I r:;-' 4 t"' ÜK The person who reaaa about us fifty-tw times a year should know at least fifty tiipVs better than if he had read of us but onoe. We went you to know us well end the manner in which we do business. After the investigation, if the result i« aatiafaotory, we want your business whether the same is large or small. Ií¡MMí^ PI mm Rrst State Bank Of CaiéwtH, Tj0xas GUARANTY FUND BANK Np OTHIR IUIINKI • THAN BANKING .. . '. NECESSITIES. Every lady likes to have every re- quisite for her personal comfort and here is where she can get her sup- plies ul the least price and of the best quality* We have just laid in new stock of Fancy Soaps, Face Powder*, Perfumes, Cold l 'resm, f«tc and invite a trial ot such you are in need of. We positively guarantee Purity of all the Good# we sell. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

mm ü mmm ' A. '■< ' John McUaela Clay Tuesday. p from Bobt. Polansky wat up (rom I«yon# Frank Lesoosky returned to btmerot) Tuetday. V Mi T. m W«*K % y Mr . John Rosentr&ter return ■ #d to Lyons Tuesday. V Mfss Carrie Williams was up ¿rom Somervilie Tuesday. j E.TV Walle And family re- turned to 8cznerville Tuesday. Miss Emma Prime left Tuea- for Bryan to visit relatives. i Mrs. Silla Webb returnedTues- day from a visit to relatives at Cameron. Willie Spatiek and wife return- ed to Sealy Tuesday after a visit to relatives here. ' i • V f ■ Joe 8efoik, who has been visit- ing his brother John Befcik, re- tared to Taylor Wsdnesday. y *>< ', : Mrs. Olie Gnswell of Fraim- «ni. left Tuesday for Galveston to attsnd tbs bedside of her sick r. The biff smoke stack has been put up at the ioe plant and tfafe new engine has been steamed up and put to work. Miss Maud Mahonay, who been working in £1 Campo, returned Wednesday to attend the bedaide of her sick brother. Late Wednesday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

'I Letter TO AUTOS Jr. J. W. Matthews, county r is in reoeipt of the latter from the 'State of health officer* it Austin": ry 8th.. 1912. Doctor: bolate and place quarantine all cases Meningitis, toe of the disease ir city ¿close all >ls and discourage) {p Bicycle riding has ceased to be s fad in most ptt^^Olmerica, and it has been noted that many of the for- mer bioyele manufscturers hate turned their attention to the mak- ing of autoinoHUg, Even the Eng- lish ardor for bi$jjfcti parties has be- come dampened of late, and the la- cycle is npw venient means the individual is jto hear that some des have been a single yeas, m Insist upon genefcal aossures, clean and| (disinfect & sidewalks, streets and alleys. Carriers convey the disease by means of the nose and throat secretions. I Deist upon the Of anti-spitting orijianue end advise the use of an antiseptic spray in t-Ue noae.and throat, as a|preoautionarylmea ure7" tS (See Ithat]¿aH l<\street] cars an d public conveyanéeT...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

mm LNfCf By Th# County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, at the poatoffice at Caldwell Texas, aa sacond-claas mall matter Advertising Ratee One Insertion 20c per .Inch PER MONTH The following number nf tnchc be ueed weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to t% inch ....00b per Inch 10 feo M M fiOo • M 30 to 80 " ......46c " '* IP to 100 " 40c." 11 All advertising run until ordered out. Loorf readers live cento per line each insertion Cards of thanks, resolution of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rale aa local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) The Editor's Prayer, I would flee from the city's and law, from its fashions and forms cut loose, and go where the strawberry grows on its straw, and the gooseberry on its goose; where the catnip tree is climbed by the cat as she clutch- es for her prey the guileless and unsuspecting rat, on the rattan bush at play I will watch at ease the suffron oow and the cowlet in their glee, as they peal in...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

fa Fort 19ll are approx- $1,000,000 mor* than ¿otsofltlt lrat Daily On February lot, the cotton will tend out a demonstra- Hon train on U e Texaa fine* of demonstration of (arming by •dynamita will be given the Bee (armera atTnleta thin Five aeree of land will be bleated on the experimental term of the agricultural high school of that place. At Den i ton, the railroads in 1011, epent $800,000 in pertnan- ^•nt improvements. A proposition is under way at Huntsville looking: to the con- struction of a railroad from that oifcy to Concord. rjjr*" Construction work will begin at once at Fort Worth on the Pierce plant. I'ordyce new $1,000,000¡n supply at Stone and cock's Drug Store & The Texas Traction Company will make an exhibit at the land show of Fort Worth Ut stock «how, very much like the one mide at the last Dallas fair. Denton County will organize a breeders protective association, February 5?b, According to W. L. Rockwell, l'nibed States irrigation expert in charge of the work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

. p ■sn:,- . r,■ P&Wb.:: fn • OB n||iMM IfiatilfMl • ™ • V/iiivvH insuuicvo ¿jjH" ¡mIÉ Jpl w w: ' JSP?; Él#, i "■* fl&&v- Iaií bight in their lodge hall, officers ward installed a* follows: □Joseph Wondrasb, Sr, N. U., Dr. C. A. Sberrill, V. G., Geor*« If. Johnston, Sec., C. 0. Collins, «freaa., W. H. Taylor, < Alex Duckworth, Trustee*, D. W. Barns, Warden, J. E. Herring, «onduotor, Joe Wondrash, Jr. I. <}., Oscar Jannett, O. 6., J. W. rcroas, R. 8., N, G., L. Seigle, ,fi., N. G., A. U Taylor, R. 8. JQ.,W. W. Rankin,. |S. V. .fc^rlie Hafliftx, ft. AfB., Cal Whittington, L. 8. 8., W. 8. Jones, Chaplsln, E. F. Mueller, representative to the.|GGrand Lodge. H. Iveberman was presented with a Warden's Jewell for his faithful services as warden. - O. B- HollingswDrth. District Deputy, was up from Someryille and installed the officers. The Old Story Again, My lover came down to the garden gate and he whispered so aoft to me—Oh! well I reos ember the hour was late, and we s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

'#■ w" ■* ♦ :, m ¡I ■'!*&&■*i# 7 fiSfe ;P§< yqwfry wy.j^wyfr- ■ p ■ ■ 4i p PC ' ,•- •< ■¡H ^ ' ! I k ' ;v*''\ 111 Wonderful in In If costs lsss than the high-price trust brands, but it it worth as , much. It cbstsatrifian the cheap and bis can it it worth atore. But proves its tí real eeonamy in the baking. Ifcel * • m£ At all Grocers/ Meningitis Warning. , The following has been re- ceived in regard to the menin- gitis situation in this state, Meningitis being epider ic in several cities in the state It is imperative that every individual rural and urban uae proper pre- cautionary and propy lactic measures to prevent ite introduc- tion into Caldwell, as well aa in other looalitfea. The State Board of Health convened in Dallas Wednesday with the Ifteningial Expert, Or. Sopbian from New York, co-operating With them, to discuss and divise wavs and means to eradicate tbia disease from the State. The last report of the Dallas board of health ia that 160 cases have occured ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 January 1912

-tjÍ.1#1 '' • V*' " . - :.S . WE We want your business-if the good dollar is running low,, your good name is O. with us. Don't forget we sell John Deere and Avery Hows-two car-loads boui tor this season. Mouth Trc&t Ribbon oane mo. Maine Seed Potatoes to arrive Northern Seed Corn to arrive Corn and Millet 8eed to arrive Seed Date Garden Seed Onion 8ete Oriole Flour—always Chops, Bran and Shorte Hardware Side Collar* • v Hemes, Traoee 04üff Pads Buck $tovee M. Bill Planters Riding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire El wood Hog Fencing Galvanized Roofing Champion Cisterns is OUR BIG Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons, Moon Bros and Banner Buggies /-■ • f • áf.: i 1ii% '0-; m V IS#5 We Want Your Trade ^^nfi^en£íiü^eiÉiH& We Will Treat Too Right «I1 c TOWN T0PI08. imm G. D. Williams was up from Lyons on budines last week FOR THOSE WHO HEAR NOT J. M. Murray w -•« a Lyons visitor here Monday . Hog killing was extensively earrted on last week Will Stokee, was down from Temple the first of ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

;sf. ."'^1^5 Híii Mppap * " V-, !- '■ 4T s^M;i:4 inHHKvffi SS8 (XXVil r r*?«a ««cwwr- m'J i r i«*' '. AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ,' .. '' ■ '■ n m 1 ■*•■ Caldwell, Burleson County, Teme. January 10 191a Number 45 IH#nniimnmnntimiiiiimnniMHni For Advertising The person who raaaa about us ttfty-t*o times a year should know at least Hfcy times better than if hs had read of us but once. We wsnt you to know us well and the manner in whioh we do business. After the investigation, if the result is satisfactory, we want your business wLetfeer the same is large or small. The First State Bank ( 3f Café wit, TJmxa* OUARANTY FUND'BANK NO OTHIR lUtlNII I THAN IANKINQ \H NECESSITIES. Every kuly likes to have every re- quixite for ber personal comfort and h *re is wírtc ah«- can her sup- plies at the least price and of the best quality- We have just laid in new stork of Fancy Soaps, Face Powders, perfumes, Cold Cream, etc. alid invite a trial of *uch you are in need of. We positively gu&raute*- l'urlt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

m pn !•' personal J AT THE I 'I ll I K- Wdody . Mo J ver ol Dimebox «rae ft visitor here this week. - ; ■* W.,W. Rankin made a business trip to Rosenburg Xuesdsy. Kachtik left yes- ackhólts to visit fl~. -i ' S . * W. J. Petera visiting relatives1 • Oklahoma. Paul'a Talle/; New Spring Goods arriving at our store, and from now we will be receiving New Goods every few days f% ? ^ & , i •* * *'•* -V* m*r * V New White Ooods^ew Oncns, New Dress Goods, New Laces, New Embroideries, New Shirt Waists and Dresses v I P. * V to hand and to arrive soon Eldridge and Otear Stokes were here thia week from Wynnewood Okla. Mrs. Win. Reeves of Fort Worth was a guest of Mrs. J. C. Worn ble this week. Joe Mateck and daughter, Miss Theresa, left Wednesday for 8an Antonio to make their home. 8teve and Vinoe Kristinik fiave. the machineiy on the (found and have carpenters at work erecting a new cotton gin In the southern part of town. Rev, A. H. Faalkenberg, of Brenham, will on Sunday eve- ning Janua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

¿ti W Tuaeday A. N. Pledger pre- wa "8ibbath Ob- A paper on Sab- bath Laws tu read by lira, which proved among great truth* that "the na- that have eeenred the largeet liberty to the people ae proeperity aie the Sabbath keep IJu nations—8ootlaad, England Wk the United State. t>f Atnerl- ® wiwUtt mow now ¡o too old for marriage P The anairer might be "Never* which doea not imply that all apin- atera are aaaking huabanda actively, and are profoundly grieved becauae they do not find them; only that each woman cheriahea a secret belief that somewhere in the Coamoa ia her destined mate, with whom aha inevitably fall in love, her, if they met The body rgonenpr •-fl \ " .1 . NATUMLLY. fp "Beauty doctora are men. "Why are they r "Because they alwaya take people et their faoe value." SOCIAL CHITCHAT. A "Poefcoffioe Question" was read by Miae Fannie Stone, which wae a strong protect for the releaee of 100,000 ,poatal employoee from their 8unday alavery. A aignifleent fae that London, Eng.,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

¡i"- Er I i*¡ By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. «. W. RANKIN, ■L 1 ■ Batered at the postoffice *t Caldwell, Texac, u 'Advertising Ratea One Insertion ... tOe per Jlaeb PER MONTH ' The fallowing number of inShes be need weekly to obtain the M ta loaba fOo per Inch HO to 80 v Mb " " ■ *> to 50 41 J. , 46c " •« «to 100 ...—40c 44 « All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers five cenia par lina «ach insertion ¿Cards of thsnks, resolutions of •veepect and all matter of a like Misture charged for aama rate aa Jocal readers. "Subscription Per Tear ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) During the next few weeks we we are going to have our columns •ptced with a little fun. Now ¿here aré no rules for funny writing, that is to say, none that are worth following. If fun doesn't run off the point of your >pen easy and natural like, it is tittle use scratching your head lor it for if it Jid come it would be a scratch. If there is any rule about funny writing it is that the more y...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

ass He Didn't Pull the J Industrial Notes According to the statistics complied by Auditor Fritzgerald of the railroad commission, To*, as has ninety-nine railroads. A dairy farm of 38,000 acres ol land situated fourteen miles from Amarillo will be put into ition in the near future, will also be manufsctured this plant. The youn^men's business leaufue of Vernon hns a move* ■Mat on foot to organise a corn and cotton club in every school community in Wilbarger county* A shipment of 800 head of «attle will be made by the King ranch in south "Texas to the ranch of the Matador land & cattle company in Brazil, early in the spring. On February 1st, the Texas A Pacific and the International & (jreat Northern railroad * will organize jointly an agricultural department, with headquarters at Longview. R. R. rlaridpe, now imitation agent for the GouH I nes will have charjre of the department. On February ist, MeCullough county will begin the construct- ion of good roads leading out of Br...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

Mrw — nowi# One of Ib* Urgeat itwt pota i)w ever grown* in the state vii raised near New Boston re. cently. The potato, which is of the bunch yarn variety, tipped the acales at fourteen and one balf pounds. A New York syndicate has leased 209,000 acrss of land near Angelo for the purpose of 4gploiting the oil poesibilitise ¥ ipsoting work will begin at i * m f " The Warren line steamer, Iowa, sailed January 9th from Galveston to' foreign ports with the first $1,1100,000 cargo for 1912. It is reported tbat the Frieoc railroad will make extensive im- provement work on its rfver frontage at Orange soon. Precincts Nos. 2 and 4, Cal boun county are contemplating • bond election of $200,000 foi góod roads. The tirst hnmeseeker excur- ion to be run south over the lines of the Missouri, Pacific- Iron Mountain system brought 230 prospective land buyers to Bin Antonio last week. The Weet Texas Bank & Tsust C >., of Waco filed an amend meit with the Secretary of statf inore wing its cap...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

' •$& - ** : -r &;• i W > I'' ^ / r:- .. .; . ■ •'"<• :'- * %S W £====== Treatment for Meningitis. I have had some experience with meningitis wh ch might prove valuable to your readers. I once lived at Cleburne. A lamer came to the store and proceeded to tell me his experi- ence with two oases which he had in his family. He had two gfówn daughters. The first one tqok the disease, the doctor was i oaUedin and the girl died. The otMtj er) immediately applied turpén girl took it. lie (the (arm íeáiatel tine to the entire spinal column and miter applying a flannel cloth over the spins hs rubbed the epine with a hot iron- I listen- ed to his narative with interest. It happened that a year or so afterward I had asimilar case at home. My son, 8 or 9 yearn old, took the disease. The symp- toms wt>re headache, pains in the body and the tnoan symptom, wbioh I readily recognized was extr me dilation of the pupils of the eyes. The black of the eje becoming very much enlarged. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 January 1912

► J, v -4> {<* I *" „ - 4 WiE HAVE THE «• We want your business-if the good dollar is running low, your good name is O. K. with us. Don't forget we sell John Deere and Avery Plows-two car-loads bought fort his season. Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Salt Houth Texas Ribbon cane mo- Maine Seed Potatoes to arrive Northern Seed Corn to arrive Corn and Millet Seed to arrive Seed Oats Garden Seed Onion Sets Oriole Flour—always Chops, Bran and Shorts Hardware Side Collars Hemes Traces Collar Pads Buelc Stoves M. Bill Planters Biding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fencing Galvanized Raofing Champion Cisterns OUR BIG 4 Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons, Moon Bros and Banner Buggies /~ We Want Tour Trade ^MenÉin^enfetó We Will Treat Too Rfeht ffewwmmmmmmmwwwmwwmwymwm: TOWN TOPICS. Miss Hildegarde Her bet baa returned from visiting friends in BeUville. R. O. Smith of Crosby visited friends here this week. Glen Heslep was down from Corsfoana to visit home folks the firet of the week. ....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

' Í«s - 1 p ft* ▼**% *ftfi ;iv Fi p-ll ••-•#* Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, January aó, 191a «5 Bf r - , v: < 1 r L ■ Where is th ney 1 ¡ " ¡ÍL, *'Á You have been earning for several years back f Yon «pent il and the other fellow pot it in the bank. Why let ihe other fellow save what yon earn? Start a bank account If you have but SI .00 to start with. Today is the time and this ia the place, ||lt Maté Bank Of Cmtémmii, Véxma GUARANTY FUND BANK 1 OTHIÉ IUIINIII THAN IANKINI miimniitiiinT'T NECESSITIES Every lady likes to have every re- quisite for her personal comfort and h* re is where she can get her sup- plies at the least price and of the best quality. We have just la-d in new stock of Fancy Soaps, Face Powders, Perfumes, Cold Cream, etc, and invite a trial of such you are in need of. We positively guarantee Purity of all the Goo-is we «ell. Caldwell Drug Comp'ny rder. =================7= Clean Up On There was a sailed meeting of the oity oountil Monday morn- tot to consid...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

' TC i !'* *' r ' ¡T\ ■ * *.*••• ?£i '«tHB - .,- Mriniliimmr ' O. D. WlUlams Victor bare Monday * Lyons A. C. Calhoun wee aaosserville *ieitor here Tussd&y. V I * Elisabeth Graham, of is ths gnsstof Miss Jiffs Simpson this week, I - T Mrs. N. £. Dsan and little daughter left Monday for Eleva Hon to risik relati Mr. W. £« Lane of Rita was tpsinsss visitor to ths city Wednesday and left a dollar for Ike Ledger. | ■ 1 . Mrs. J, W« Ragsdals came up from Brenhsm Tusad ay to visit the family of her father, J. T. I ——— Misses Jeffs Simpson and Kate Hundley returned from visiting Miss Jonnie Lee of Itouston the first of ths week. t Rev. A. 6, Broeddus has been «atended s esll to Providence ohurch for one-fourth of his lime, and has the ssms under advisement. Miss Kathleen Cade and her guest Misa Verne Monday of Lovslady, left Monday for Fort Worth where they went to at- tend the Spencer-Harris nuptials. Land ie now in ftya condition > ' for plowing and all the farmers are busy plowin...

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