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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

|f.JM i gvm It 3 '• "i ta iS'i I few ISi: Instl- ■B * T*|f| i Missionary fee Brenham Dis- of the Methodist church huid hare Tuesday '«evening Wednesday. An elaborate i had been prepared, but on account of the meningitis •care the attendance of preach- ers was rather «mall. The ministsrs present [were Dr. Rtddley, of Rosenberg, g. c. Craw, of-Bell vUle, W. P. Davis, of Athens, secretary of the Sun- day School association; A. J. Weeks, of d*n"Antonio, he being the secretary of «Missions ¡for Texas Mexico and Oklahoma. Tuesday evening there eras an address on the subjsct |of mis* sions by Rev. A.J, Weeks and on Wednssday there wasja free dis- cussion of the subject of mission work till 11 o'elock*when there were able addresses by Revs. W, F. Davis and Thomas. All the services ¡were well at- tended ss the people here are not frantic over the meningitis situation •1 / Lary ft Ward, of Lancaster, is here for a few days visiting rela- tives. Texas Industrial Notes. Aslierton truck growers ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

im .■ :"á;; msesm at the poitofflce * Caldwell, second-class mu matter Advertising •One Insert loo Ratea Stoo per ¡inch / i i |j ' : p;* & itói" \ i M ÍÍFT ■■ a¿ ■ . SI é s V - %: K'vW IPÉ ■ 4 •1 «r V wmm Sfei J \ , 4- W r%i! C\ k I %* m ' .Á i&k F'*' ' PER MONTH following number of inches j used weekly to obtain the inthljr rate 1 to 9K Inch ~-60o per inch 10 to 80 « BOo •• « JO'toSO •• ..~~45c « " «Oto 100 " ~,.«e « " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cento per line tfach insertion Cards of thanks, resolution* of jrespect and a& matter of ft like •nature charged for seme rate as local readers. ^Subscription Per Year ... $1-0* i (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. wmmmmmm A boys' corn club has been organized at Kerrville. The total value of Texas rice crop in the year 1911, was $6, 589,000. Twenty - two^thousand|scre ? o land in Duval countyftrecently «old for $150,000. The Commercial Association at Galveston is perfecting plans for-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

I m i TP' > jB v Plant ah 1^1 frsonal «II Mnqs ork #rocek. Jl jununuE and 8brub< Clean up your premises and put them in a food sanitary con- dition. Mai Womack and H. H, Cole* man were up from Sometville Sunday. R. 8. Newsom of the Brazos bottom was a business visitor here Saturday. C. B. Oliver of Corsicana spent a few days here this week with home folks. Deputy Sheriff j. M. Murray was up from Lyons 8unday be- tween trains. Every citizen should take an interest in his home town and work for its upbuilding. DOfTT EXPERIMENT Joe Barnett is in the transfer business and wants to do your hauling. Phone 8 or 71. Miss Elisabeth Cross has re- turned to hsr home at Cameron after a visit to friends here. R. R. oJbenschlsg and wife of Sttbesta, were among Satur- day's visitors to the county oapitnl. Gworge ICu banks came in Mon- day morning from Waco ti spend a few days with relatives and friends. Kev. A. S. Hroaddus came down from Waco and filled his appointments at Harmony and becond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

SsWrf' 'Ál •. ¿'««i' . $ • ■ -i-■ ■•■■■■.. ■ SJ3 ■■'■>•! ,■ * /fe % ■ rT^- 1 , >i ' S -• r " * ' TOFH Mies Jonnie Lee Bayers return- ed to Cleburne Tueediy fron¡ visiting relative* in Deanville. Wo ire glad to report that F. H. Hitchcock who hat been sick for several days is much better «ad wiU be out in a dsy or two. t ■? '1Í m6K For garden plowing or haul 1*K of any kind call on Gu* Wolman, at the Vanmeter piaoe, Caldwell Texas. T" bars is líót arcase of menin gitis in Caldwell or Burleeoi county, and any report to th contrary is errnonous. The Arkansas riarbor Term in al Railway closed a contract laec week for 24,000 crosstien <«85 tons of seventy-pound rail and 172 tona of fiftytwo-pounc rails, all to be delivered with i i sixty days. This material wi) be used in completing termina railrosd from the mainland a> Arkansas Pass to the wharves And dooks on Harbor Island. Wednesday W. W. Rank went down to Rosenberg where lie established the Rosenberg Re- cord* There are t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

" P 'r '• . 'f ,.-'"v.í i mm have alt their teams at work prepar their landá for another crop. The ground baa ot moisture in it arid thai conditions, «o far, are lav rabia for a bmnper crop oí eoru andfeedstuff*, and let uh, bj all mean*i plant a big crop <©M&oih for a fsitu han not be ^nuwsefully run without a good cr< p of botfpof tin m v There hare be *n nevera) case * of 'ha measeis «nd mump* •round here, but none of them serious. After being closed for two to' h on account of the weasels # •i.<i mumps, the «chool at Port- er t'hapel resumed work laat lifonday. Mr . Nettie Park li ill, of Center <>H.t was a visitor here Thurs- Way. L W. Thornton was transact business in Caldwell Hatur* day. W« are glad to re| ort that W Y¡ . Stanley is up again after a severe attack of pneumonia. Umv. Ogle filled his, appoint* m«'iit at Porter's Ohapel Satur- day night and Sunday. W alker Benson mads a busi- trip to Caldwell Saturday. John, Stanley, of Uiddings, w.ui here Satu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 January 1912

- ' . WIEI 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. * i South Texas Ribbon eane mo- lasses Maine Seed Potatoes to Arrive Northern 8eed Corn to arrivs Corn and Millet Seed to arrive Seed Uafes , Garden Bead Onion 8sla Oriole Plonr—always Chops, Bran and Shorts Hardware Side Collars Hamss Traces Collar Pads Bnok 8toves M. Bill Planters Riding Middls Breakers Waukegan Wire El wood Hoy Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterns $ OUR BIG 4 Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons, Moon Bros and Banner Buggies r We Want Tour Traáe cmíÉ$einfenS|ento We Will Treat You Right TOWN TOPICS. «MftMSMWMMBM* There is not a better town in Texas for its size than Caldwell. Mrs. Jno. W. Brown visited Relatives this weekatChriesman, For S le—Second-handed bug- gy in good condition. Price $16.00. Call at Ledger office. The $40,000 dock at Port Bolivar has been completed for u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 February 1912

¡f ¿ «te mm W.&"i i® £ '¥í " '■ - - •■• asá XXVII AND NEIA/S-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, February a, 191a mvj 47 MlllinMIIIHminniHMMUIIimiMIIMI AND HE STOLED Su/wt. Where is the money i¡ You hart been earning for several jean beck f Yon «pent it and the other fallow put it in the bank. Why let the other fellow save what you earn? Start a bank account ff you have but $1.00 to atart with. Today is the time and this is the place. The First State Bank Of CmMmtM, TJtxa guaranty fun;d bank no othir iuiiniii than banking! a ' NECESSITIES. livery lady likes to have every re- quisiuTfor her personal comfort ai;d" here is where sho can get her sup-.* plies at the least price and of A He best quality. We have just laJ<l4ifc. new stock of Fnncy Spaps, Knc$ Powders, Perfumes, Odd Cream, etc, and invite a trial of nuch yotl are in need at. We positively guarantee Purity of all the Goods we Hell. Caldwell Drug Comp'ny Negro Takes Wfcat He Wants at Womble Jeofclns&JcnlOQs...

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

/ a. C. Martin, of Lampasas, was here this week on business Hugh Henalee of Lyons visited relatives here the first of the Rev. A. R.Nichols has accepted s call to preach at Salem Baptist church at Cookes Point. Hiss Lnaiie Harvey returned borne last week from 8&n Mar cos, haying to leave her studies on account of ill health. work has begun on a series of ten pumping plants for irriga- tion, on a farm sixteen miles aouth of Plainview. ' I ■ 0 f | maammmws i iiiin * New Spring 1912 Goods AT THE Big Store V New Spring Goods arriving at our siori, and from now we will-'j be receiving New Goods every few days New White Goods, New Linens, New Dress Goods, New Laces, New Embroideries, New Shirt \\ aists and Dresses to hand and to arrive soon •< *. One would suppose that the wearing of an immense broad- brimmed hat would obviate the necessity of carrying asunshade. But it doesn't—if the shade is an elegant and coetly one. TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL Of a famous Eureka Ironing Board, Won't wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 February 1912

mm Keeping Up'Appcaraocts. \*fp\ vT j ✓r* 1 have heard of ambitious Wives of poor poete and preaoh eve pounding a rag to make the neighbors think they had beef, •teak for breakfast, but that lale is tame compared with this. Out on the Colfax line a young eouple keep house in a quiet way having no servant. The other the husband went home in the evening, taking a friend tr> dinner. That ought to entitle him to ten days, for the happy and unsuspeeting wife had dainty dinner for two ail on the table. "Sly dear/* said the head of the family, when his friend had said good-night and the door had been closed, how was it that you had four big potatoes baked tonight? We never had more than two and you could not have known that I had comuany,', "I didn't." "Ves, but you did my dear. My friend ate one, you ate o half one and I ate the other half, and there were two left in the bowl." "Very true, my innocent," said the laughing wife, "but those that were left were as cold and raw as a March m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 February 1912

«HUI * h.:m*¿i.:witmmm mmmmmmw* TIF :f *k fTVTTTífTTTTf Rave^B^^H We want your business--if the good dollar is running low, your gopd name is O. K. with us. Don't forget we sell John Deere and Avgry Bk^vs--two,car-loads bought fort his season. • Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Salt South Texas Ribbon oane mo- Maine Seed Potatoes Northern Seed Com to amve Corn and Millet Seed to arrive Seed Oats Oarden Seed Onion 8ete Oriole Flour—always Chops, Bmp and Shorts • V' ' Hardware Side Collar* Hatnss Traces Collar Pads Busk Stove* M. Bill Planters n Riding Middle Breakers v Wnukegan Wire El wood Hog Fencing Uslvsnised Roofing Champion Cistsrns vf'l •] •' f OUR BIG Á Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons, Moon Bros and j? , „ ' • . * * . ; *■>, Banner Buggies • r k '•> .* Mi ,f% > A Em A f We W«at Year We WiH Treat Too Rifht «?■ p..- M* -m* ■ ■*rr-. ,iT -BMif AN m CRY. ROMANCE PLIES AWAY. * ■« w. W. Rankin spent the week In Rosenberg putting in his E ' > presses and establishing the Rosenbo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

■H.,, .,íWQÍ. w ? Muth !|, 191a Volumnc XXVIII tt4et**+ Oe Mi ¡ Lug^ llilllllllllllllllllM It is Our Purpose fai f moral and its in particular. I would ba a •4r books. Wo invito yui to atari a wo off or wffl bo a to you. The Flrst State Bank OfCmtémtii, Cmnw GUARANTY FUND BANK NOOTHSft Busmsas THAN BAN10NC Caldwell Drift CO. Several nights since, or to be exact lost Thursday night, some one broke into Á. Hoting's atore and carried of! a lot o! shoea, enoff, ponte, oto., and Conatablo Bd Ellis went down to the atore and took an inventory of the atolón goods as he could from what waa miaaad out of the alore end keeping the burglary quiet, wsaa to |work on the cees, and on Sunday morning wkiie keep- ing a lookout he saw Jim Burton, colored, coming down the atroet with a pair of the stolen shoes on and after questioning him a little p eased the matter np until Monday, when he want to Bur- _ ton's bouss and got tbs shoes y ogether with another pair smaller, and carried them to Mr. Hoting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

Engage your Rhode It e d e ?RH now. -From Berndt at Lieberman's Nolan Houston of Parrel, rest Va., is here on a visit to Ives. T. G. Wtlkins, a former resi of GfclitwetJ many yfars ago died at Brenham Tuesday morn ing. M the fleeting of the Central Texas Dental Society held at Bryan last week Dr. A, H. Foster of this city was elected president At Reduced Prices—Present slock of wall paper, to be closed oat to make room for big new stack. Caldwell Furniture'Co. ▲ deal was uonsumated this week whereby J. P. Scott pur ohaaed the interest of A. P, Wallin in the Wallin Gin Com pany, and thereby becomes sole owner of the gin. Albert Koch, a well known violinist, whose home was in Bellville, but who spent a great deal of hie time in this county around Lyons and 8omerville, and who was a jovial, good na- tural fellow died at Lyons on the 6th of March. Peace to his A Bad Cold and Lagrippe And its after effects can be zeadily cured by the prompt use of 8t. Nicodemus Laxative Chill Tonic. It i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

'■Mr * ■ HT , * I i, - | ■ jti"& '&• r CV'-J r * ILROAD WREC LE GOES Oi % ere aré Daily crowding the Store, they come from all the stirrooiidiag country for miles around. They come from trade territory tributary to Bryan, Rockdale, Rogers, and in fact from everywhere The bitfest sale erer attempted in Texas. The goods are cheaper than a bankrupt sale, and more . profitable to the people than a sheriff's auction. Everybody is invited to come. The wreck goods won't wait. This is your time to supply your needs for present and future use We refund your money on all goods that customers desire to exchange and no questions %«hfd, YOUR CASH IS KING AT THIS SALE ISTROT BROS. Windel Bldg. South side square * CALDWELL,'TEXAS / K AV. A. Duckv Thursday morning at 3:10a.in. Win. A. Duckworth, aged 61 years, 10 months aud 26 clays, quietly p4380(1 away at hin home in this city after an illness of many mouths, only a few days of which, however, was ho con- fined to hin bed. Deceased was on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

at the Advertising Rsatmm Xtom Insertion Ms per^neh Sfe. J9 PER MONTH The following number o| Inebet M be need weekly to obtain tbe . Monthly rale 13, to 9% Incha «b per lush riOtotO M Wb - *\ - JO to 80 " «e " 4 ««to 100 " 40e " * . All advertising run until ordered out. Local reader* ttve cento per Une iaaertton of thanks, resolathmn of aid «& teller of t like P ip "Babee ription Per Tear «.. .$1X0 (Invariably i Advance.) 11 I A business Men's . been organised at Loekhart' A Shippers' Association has ON* been c Welfare Commission The Texas Müebast Congress viO meet at Angleton, March 7th 1 Two hundred acres of land Clinton recently eold for «72,000. A Boys' Kafir Corn and Milo Males Clnb has been organised at /Dalhart. m The Bronson (Commercial Club ¡has appointed a permanent good u toads committee. made by the league of at that place. Tbe Markbam Irrigation Com- panjr, headquarters in Matagor- da county, has been capital «50,000. The Kanaas City Southern and the Frisco railsr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

of Austin, with bom* h:' I J. A. Bowers and «on sold a «K of cattle to 8an Baba partías Womble Ohio to visit his T. Wombls. arrived father, There waa a flna rain Sunday sight patting the ground In oon. dition for planting. Miss Lillie Smith who is teach ing at Pendleton, visited heme folk* Saturday and Sunday, ¿Oliver and Jeifklns «hipped-two earn of cattle the last of laát week to parties in San Saba. • « Twenty ft+e families moved in- this Msction Sunday to do grading work on the H. k T. 6. road. any woman be>eppy, Ave ysars of backache L of misery, nights of un- of urinary distress troubles. When she ttbds freedom. Many reader will profit by the following. Mr#. A. PsWallin, Caldwell, Texas, says: "You may continue the uee of the testimonial Igavsin 1906 telling about Doan's Kidnsjr Pills. The cure they made in my case has been lasting. Fqr five years I had rheumatic pains in my back and they were so in- tense that I could cot rest. I could not turn in bed without '^taking hold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

m. k.. , ' m fc t'f .. *> .... ••••«•••• 7.50 2.50 I Terms. cash in advance; positively nc announcement inserted o nleas the iee accompanies same. The Ledger is authorised to announce the following candidates for the offices named, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 2711911. Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox, ; Arthur M. Adamthwaite. T. 3, Holme . For'Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton J. B. Matcek For Commissioner Beat 4. Precincts 4, 6, and 8 Wm. Landolt. * Por Gounty Treasurer Cliff C. Collins ■M run ***** «ssíiMiaiwH^ €ocaI attfc personal happenings of tfre tpeek. 9VIIUI * laj HUHnHwa Madam Humor says we are to thave another wedding real toon, now guess. For sai.e—100 bushels oi good corn. Apply to W. E. Turner, Brymer, Tesas. W. W. Rankin and wife and Mrs. John Vinson spent a lew hours in Brenham Tuesday. W ll K Jancik has purchased the bankrupt saloon stock of Popek & Matus and will con- tinue the business. At Reduced Prices—Present stock of wall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

long a readers forgotten just where little community We still claim a interest in good old Bur- people are en joy to g good i at present and most every- i> busy preparing for the ag season which is near. farmers have their com already. I fear they plant again soon for they ive put their long faces* on ^since the recent norther .came. G. C. Cherry was in Calwell on business Tuesday. 0 D, O. Cox and son Austin through our berg Satur- Mttbry, who has bee ping with Q. C. Cherry,the month started for Silsbee Friday. Quite a number of out young people enjoyed s singing at the home of Mrs. Mary1 Cases last Sunday night. William Spinger of Sand Grove was in the community Friday. Missions Gravener visited her parents near Sand Grove Satur- day and Sunday. Miss Gravener is teaching our school this term E. J. Wade returned home from Bebesta seversl days ago. Several young people gather sd at the church expecting ser vtaes Saturday night but owing to the ImuI weather the pastor was absent, s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 March 1912

mmi mMm, # ja^ **< n *•«* n ■ Just unloaded ^ Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Salt Honth Tsxas Ribbon eane mo OUR BIG 4 Northern Seed Corn Cain and Millet Send Seed Oat* Garden Seed Onion Oriole Flour—alwaya Chops, Bran and 8horte Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons Hardware Side Collar*! noon Bros. Collar Pads Bank Stores M. Bill Planters Biding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire El wood Hoy Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterna Banner We Waat Tour Trade We Will Treat Tm Rfeht «• X In the announcement column of WAS LEOPARD'S LAST F1QH1 .... . . TOWN HAD GREATLY CHANGED ^^cilLbe found the name ^,^1, anj s Fighter, bet Me ■us «te3 -i i i fíj -, h<>* found ^ j^uiiam lando - . as a candidate for Commi of beat number 4, which is com- posed of precincte 4, 5 and 8. Mr, Liendolt is well known in that section, he moving Somerville when the P1 0® was nothing but a side track. He built the first house ever built there and has made his home there cóntinuously ever since pros paring and growi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

■ 8 m t? • <*;, ?' Vf; mm Isa m m mm PWC^? 15 N«w§ f-: tabllah«diea4 Con«ollclji« d Chronlel* 4 4 IBOO May ia©7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Lodger CutMbllshed IB®7 Conaoiiiiatftd P b. IV(I === Volumne XXVIII = Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, March aa, 1913 Number 3 It is Our Purpose i ni. ^ • c. 4 To make our bank a material benefit to the community in general and its patrons in particular. It would be a pleasure to have your name on our books. We invite you to start a checking account with us. The ad- vantages we offer will be a conven- ience and benefit to you. James C. Mahoney Dead. At 11:45 o'clock last Saturday morning James C. Mahoney died suddenly at the restaurant of Lula Graves ut the nge of 36 years 2 months and 10 days. The next afternoon the funeral services were conducted at the family residence by Rev. J. W. Goodwin, and half an hour later the remains ware Juried with military honors n the Masonic Cemetery by the Burleson Guards of which deceased was .first ser- geant at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

V- K' fe: f Kits Kathleen Cade visite* Cameron thia week. ^ • • Wm HHMMI N. C, Johnston and family vis- ited in Cbriaaman Wednesday. §> Thomaa Kraitchar made a bus- trip to Caoeron Wednei- day, t? * Mrs. A. O. Coleman of Bren* visited the family of W. i, Rankin thia week. John Brewer has about com pleted, a beautiful four room cot- tage for Cola Carroll in the West End, VT En gape your Rhode la land R e da eggs now. —From Julius Berndt at Laeberman's Mrs. Robb and sister, Miss Willie Bowers, lsft Tuesday to visit friends in Thorndale. Miss Vlasta Fojt rsturned to Gsorgetown Wednesday after a visit to home folks here, The Maine was remembered Saturday when the old wreck waa taken out of Havana harbor and buried at sea. Miss EUine Stokes who has bsen going to school at San Mar- cos arrived the first of the wesk to visit home folks. Is • Miss Ruth Pitmann came down from Georgetown Saturday and spent the week with Miss Nellie Jenkins. X We Cm Supply Any Member of Your Family With WAY...

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