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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

JÉ ±1 — mmmm ' fí| This Is thüHÉest S&le Ever Attempted in Caldwell. The Peopl From All the Surrounding Country are in Daily Attendance COUfflfRt For your selections. Thousands of articles hanging from the ceiling, all tagged so as to make selling easy. Goods sell themselves. This 1 is the people's opportunity. The Wrecked Goods Won't wait NOW IS THE TIME MISTROT BROS. Windel Bldg. South side square CALDWELL, TEXAS Í r Business College Notes. Out Text: Butteh Yom Condiiton." •'You want a batter job?" By taking a business training course many have increased their incomes $100-00 per month• $1,200.00 per year—which is equivalent to the income on so investment of $20,000.00 at 6'k. Are you not unjust to your- self to Mum down the opportun- ity to avail yourself of the train- ing oflferod by the Business Col- lege now opening in Caldwell? ■Qualify, young-, -nmn; young womajj¿.trfen svt the position we helt' Vou to. ,✓ individual instructions, enter anytime. Day ami night ses- iona. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

'■« i : ' J * - I want lo aho? you my now talking machine. Mit> Pioklee—I believe I have met lira. Peck before. at the postotftce «t Caldwell, Advorttolng Ratee -One Insertion .ÜOo per Jlnch PER MONTH The following number of inches '■uit be used weekly to obtain the Monthly rate 1 to 9% Inch* ®Oo per Inch 10 to 80 " 50c " « 30 to SO " 45c " «• «Oto 100 44 40c 44 14 . All advertising run until ordered out. Ibocal readers ttve cents per line •aaoh insertion ■Oards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like -nature charged for same rate as local readers. -Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Fl/NNY CORNER | WWW? 4<I thought he was married?" ■"So he is." "But I heard him say that he iehis own boss.'' Maoager=What is that horri- ble pmeli? Obese—The living skeleton called the India-rubberl) man, a «rubber-neck,' and he is burning with indignation. its . Waiter—Dessert, sir? Passenger-—lee cream and clear coffee. Waiter (shouting through to the kf...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

Ü €%í:' •<* piano for sale . Harvey Furniture Co. Garland Lang wis up from ftomerville on business Friday. Mre. C. L. Renfro vm a Som- •rville visitor here die last of the week. Misses Bertha Helmer and Alice Echols went to Chrisstuan Friday to visit. The largest crowd of shoppers for many a day was here Satur- day buying supplies. S. YV. Melver aud wife, of Lexington, visited relatives here the last of last week. Mrs. J. D. Giddlngs came up from 8oiiierville the last of the week to visit relatives. Mrs. Richard Koepke of Part- lett, has been on an extendeO visit to relatives liare. Wouldn't any woman be happy t After five years ol Uckaohe suffering, Days of misery, nights of un- rest, The distress of urinary troubles, Whsn she finds freedom. Msny readers will profit by the following. * Mrs. A. P. Wallin, Caldwell, Texas, says: "You may continue the use of the testimonial 1 gave in 1908 telling about Doan's Kidney Pills. The cure they made in my rase has been lasting. For five ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

.. fefappippT'' 1 7.50 2 S0 1 V ' cash in ad vane*; positively inserted unless the mg The Ledger is authorised to annoonoe the followiug candidates for the office* named, subject to the action of the fi Democratic Primary of July 27, 1912. v Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ir ) Haddox. Arthur M. Adsmthwaits. T. 8, Holmes. rap Tor Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton J. B. Matcek For Commissioner Beat 4. Precincts 4, 5, and 8 Wm. Landolt. IPor Caunty Treasurer Cliff C. Collins m í'¡¥v of Local School Tax. ( It would seem if figures count for anything, that the local school tax idea in Burleson coun- ty is gaining ground every year. Beginning with the year 1907 the amount of local school taxes col- lected for the last five years is as follows: 1907-8, 1146.92; 1908-9$122.- 48; 1909-10. ¿830.36; 1910-11, $1958.85; 1911-12, $8119.15. The peoplé want longer lerms and better schools and this is the only wsy to get them. It is said and with truth, that our public schools are to day much better than...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

M. Sim} ?%>«■ Ikm i i I ■ Sis Killed, Fifty m—mmammm Monday morning at 8:45 o'eloek a big passenger looorno- live in the yarda at the 8. P. shops in San Antonio, blew up aod instantly killed tweuty six people and wounded about fifty The engine had been lor time in tbe shops there where it bad been thoroughly overhauled, i©paired and tested. It had just been taken out of the shops and was getting ready to pa'.l the west bound passenger train when the explosion occured. PsrtM of the engiue were blown fully half a mile and the concuss- ion ehooked the whole city. Nearly all the victims were em- ployes working in the shops ami round house. Both these build ings were almost destroyed. The property damage is estimated at $100,000. The oause of the ex- plosion is said to have been too great a pressure in the boiler This the moHt d isastrous in the history of locomotive explosions. Quarterly Conference Presiding Elder R. A. Bur- roughs came up Saturday and held quarterly conference for t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 March 1912

¥ i VI 1 J i CAS WAUKEGAN Just Unloaded set "• S& mm* We want your business—if the good dollar is run- ning low, your good name is O. K. with ut. Don't' forget we tell John Deere and Avery Plows, two car loads bought for this season. aS ta sS. sS aS¡ s& sS <S 4S) blacksmith Cosl Liverpool Salt South Texas Ribbon cane lasses i Northern Seed Corn Cain and Millet Seed Keed Oats v Garden Seed Onion Sets Oriole Flour—always Chops,V Bran and Shorts mo- 1 Hardware Side Collars Hames Traces Collar Pads Buck 8toves M. Bill Planters Riding Middle Breakers Wa.uk eg an Wire Elwood Hog Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterns our big 4 Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons noon Bros. and Banner Buggies I " % < <* , w r We Wast Your Trade We WBl Treat Yon Right \ - ♦ i; .3 -c* James C. Mahonsy Dead (continued from first page) Guards and he served through the Spanish-American war mak- ing a faithful soldier. He was true to his friends and relatives, was truthful, genial, and generou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

N«wa Bslabllahfd I Clironlol* * r W Consolldalad May ISO 7 AND: NEWS-CHRONICLE .•dg«r Established IBO 7 Consolldsiad Psb. IOII Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, March ap, 191a Number 4 yMiMMiinniiiiiinMiimminmimiiii Tills and That 1 Where one man gelt rich through hazardous spec- ulation, a hundred get POOR. Where one man stays poor through the slow meth- ods of saving, a hundred get Rich. The wise man chooses the better part, and places his money in the bank. NOW IS THE TIME. The place is The First State Bank 0/ Cmiéwli, Untas OUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING Mill Yoa*n Shake Hands with Yoorsell when you get acquainted with tfiis Drug ■tore, because you will find everything to your satisfaction. Quality, quantity, prices and courtesy will surely please you. We do business on the principle of treating all customers right, and that always brings them back again. Ev- erything that a high grade, up-to-date Drug store should have will be found here at rig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

«R ,s, % B i i ; it !P;1 . Hi -"- mmá itMr*nmr Kmw /Tí. Aj^ |4jr tí/ Us* #'ar<L O/da Fraia of 4}*um visto*c . ftjWt ÍÍ* ■ ■ ? ' " '* f * r*. ' I Hay* bow* * ftfe Taaadby IMgfet to t)«i¿ * ttKxfctit * itfc Ml < Trtcu«i, Twwwiw;, Mf*. < ■ w# sj.C Ltd* Afj^booao, UM w«*4f ilS^UiÚMI Wilt rd ti*«ar. Mr«. H/a Webb i up *©d ftfeotlt ía^SSsi^ alt** a pfttlOttg*<d 0p*íi 1 </í tí-* grijfpe. J S v<! your «y« t*eted ire® by ííríífett . if* exclave optician mo4 *ypV/w*:U.*t, 'jffst'At ir i tit Dr. Kfimgw • Aaron N'/fffwwi wmm in town fotKity uu'j hi* *aya h« hi* Nv«d m Burleson count/ for the seventy /«art end that be remember* having eeen * so late hm tbie one. ii, Struwe, Sr., went to Tem- ple Tueaday night with hi* wife who goes there tot treatment in tbo mniUtrmw. In the announcement column Will be found tbe name of H. H Daniel , an a candidate for tie- office of commissioner from pre- cincts No. 2 and 0. He wan born And reared in the neighborhood where ha liven, boneet and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

SL:' ml —i -1 — - i •s-'. t s* ttUMKti This is the Biggest S&le Ever Attempted in Caldwell. The People From All the Surrounding Country are in Daily Attendance 25 BI6 BARGAIN COUNTERS For your selections. Thousands of articles hanging from the ceiling, all tagged so as to make selling easy. Qoods sell themselves. This is the people's opportunity. The Wrecked floods Won't wait NOW IS THE TIME MISTROT BROS. Windel Bldg. South side square CALDWELL, TEXAS mMñNWMMMMMñMWWAMMMMMMñMftMMMMWWMM J. B. Huneycut PHYSICIAN Office in 8tone A Hitchcock Drug: Store. Culls answer- promptly day or night. Ihiy phone 32. night phone "* 81 Caldwell, Texas •A ■&&&&!< IF YUO WANT \rtist ¡r llnir Cutf, Clean Shavfs, Perfect Shump<>08, _ Pleasant Massage*. Hot or ;j] well made an object ('old 15■I'll-*, cone to our Tonsoriul parlum. We alno do the bent,clean 11jít. dyeing and pleading in CiiSd«'i )Í7' Yiivi* us a trial i'iiñ be convinced. J There waa a big*rain last Thurs- day ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

I <K" '■ vl # -V I I et rise bttk vrz*-wmaa la TT r ."ta If JUR aét «ttfitef ra awrtil «vtevwft «■ Local r«aée live cea y per fin* Crnrám *A thaaka, raolttM of «ad all mftiT ef ft bfce «tof«d far tía* ate as kaeai renders. Sainertptw Par Yasr $L00 {IarftriiHr is Adraaea.) If if Ant ft Ftfth tft "1* IWR; cardal," fiWy gms iba boose- b &d "a tembi* rfwdC becaaae er- mfcoif, from flu* air7«a to tlx fcitdbea aatd, feared Ik qom look* ■-wy |«t contained a hrmab," sad t£*y ; A sew oil wall hssl ta aaar Aogaa, Nftvam county A Coninareial dab haa baao organized at Jssa, Young coosty. 1 - ¿a , A commercial jClab_ aifaaiwd at Star, MIS coañty. J the eftortr of tbe CoaaereU Club, Nacogdoches I to bare a atare factory. , The merchants of Aortic are planning to hare ft trad** ex «nraion in the near future. _Work baa begun on the t.VX), 000 N oece* hotel at Corpus -fhriati. Work will begin aooo on tbe 'Bew water and electric light .plant at Harlinaren. An election will be called at "Taylor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

4*' 4 P M A focal anb personal Qappminjs 1 A second hand pi ano for sale oheap. Harvey Furniture Co. Miss Annabel Faust of Temple spent the week with Miss Kate Hundley. Mrs. Ellen Echols returned to Chriesman Sunday after spend- ing hoiiio time here with friends. Mrs. Hulen Carroll returned to Navasota Saturday after a visit to friends and relatives here. George M; Johnston made a business trip to Cameron Satur- day, Alvin L, Ladd and wife visited friend* and relative in Rosen- berg Sunday. Mrs. M m. Elliott who has beeu on an extended visit to rela- tives here, returned to Little River Sunday. What Paopl. AM Mrs. Ned Jenkins and Miss Muud Alexander returned Satur- day night from visiting in Huns- ton. If you want a good reliable job, when* there will be no kick com- ing after the settlement, get W. J. Porter to build your house. Misses Mamie Jenkins, Gar dena Schiller, and Cora Hundley returned to Baylor university Sunday after spending a week with home folks. Fayette Harvey who ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

rr" «tV I , If ' 2:'- fe*: * - if; T ANNOUNCEMENTS Business College Notes KATES District f 10.00 County 7.31 Precinct. 2.50 Terms, cash in advance; positively n<r announcement inserted unless the fee 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 27,1912. Constable Precinot No. 1. A. T. (Irs) Haddox. Arthur M. Adamth waits. ^ T. % Holmes. For Tax Assessor W. T. CUnton J. B. Matcek For Commissioner Beat 4. Precincts 4, 5, and 8 Wm. Landolt. For County Treasurer Cliff C. Collins For Commissioner Precinots 2 and 6. H. H. Daniels. Announcement Luncheon. A beautiful rose luncheon was givsn Saturday t one o'clock by Miss Jeffs Simpson, assisted by her sister, Miss Nata lee, in honor of Miss Johnnie Lee. Eleven covers were laid with dainty ap- pointments, pink and green form- ing an effective color motif. In the center of the table, which was adorned with handsome centerpiec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

Our farmers «re having a rest at present on account of só much rain, some corn is up but look- ing bad, and may have to be planted over. There was singing tit the Ger man church last Sunday after- noon, aud quite a crowd of young people were present and several pleasant hour were spent. A large number of young peo- pie gathered at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Poehls Sunday night and were delightfully entertained. Fritz Mimann of Caldwell was a visitor in our burg Sunday afternoon. A Sehwenfca of Brenbatn, visi ted the family of Mrs. Elizabeth Poehls family Sunday and Mon- day. V. Lacina has purchased the fartn of Mrs. Ernst here. News is very scarce here at this writieg. but we will try to do better next time. I'no. n*k. - ■ I Griffits, the exclusive optician, has decided to extend his special rates for a few more days. Kyes tested free. Office with Dr. Krue- gar. Chrieam&n Chats. Owing to the lack of news, of ineterest, it has been quite a while since this part of the coum ty has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 March 1912

i# I ' u. m í * ftí & to-;": p666ft86fi6fiftfi6fi66666ftfi686ft6 Mil I J J CAR WABIESAK ' Unloaded ssr ~ We waul yc ning low, your good forgot wo soil John cor loads bought for this b uaineas—if tho good dollar it Is O. K. w with us. Don't Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Salt Konth Texas Ribbon cane mo ISflBCH Northern 8eed Corn Cain and Millet Seed Seed Oats Garden Seed Onion 8eta Oriole Flour—always Chops, .Bran and Shorts Hardware Side Collar* Haraes Traces Collar Pads Buck Stoves M. Bill Planters Riding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fencing Galvanized Roofing Champion Cisterns We Want Yoor Trade our big 4 Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons noon Bros, and Banner Buggies % We fli Treat Yov Right f :a1 js! p f TOWN TOPICS. J ^Moooooooosnooooooooos^ Quits a crowd from here took in the excursion to Houston. Saturday afternoon J. A. Bowers shipped a car of hogs to the market at Fort Worth, Dick Perdue visited friends and relatives in Somerville Sat- urday and 8unday. Mrs. Tom Br...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 April 1912

jizsxjtrwrí ¡ss¿ °iasr¡sís'*- AND'NEWS-CHRONICLE ■ — Volumne XXVIII .•el)B*p Bstabllahad 109 T Conaelldatacl P«b. IOU Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April 5,191a Number 5 r ■1$ and Itiat C ■ Where one mail get* rich through hazardous spec- ulation, a hundred get POOR. > Where on* man stays poor through the slow meth- ods of saving, a hundred get Rich. ¡ The wise man chooses the better part, and places his money in the bank. NOW IS THE TIME. The place is Mrs. Josie Greathouse Dead. L The First State Bank Of Tjtxas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING ^attest Y00*11 Shake Hands with Yourself when you get acquainted with this Drug «ton , because you will find everything to your satisfaction. QuWitv, r; onntitv, prices and courtesy will suiely please you. We do business on the principle of treating all customers right,'and thr.t always brings th'-m back agnin. Ev- erything that a high grade, up-to-date Drug store should have will Ix.1 found here at right prices. Caldw...

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

P!ü y'J «ocal anb personal i)i ©appínmg of the fpcch. Mrs. J. M. Smith friend* in Godley. is visiting Prof. J. 8. Arant came down from Cameron Monday and visit- ed friend*. K. e. Womsok and wife came up from Houston Monday and visited relatives. Mrs. J. F. Cobb returned the first of the week from visiting relatives at Fort Stockton. Don't walk way home Satur- day but take your dinner with, the Methodist Ladies at the old Eagle Hotel. Good dinner and plenty of it for 25 cents. Aprons, kimonas, bonnets and all kinds of useful articles at the Easter Sale Saturday at the old Eagle Hotel, By the Methodist Ladien. Be sure to see them. There will be a picnic at the new hall at Snook, given by the lodge of S. P. J. S. T. on Easter Monday. Picnic begins at 1 p. m. Everybody invited to attend. The traction engine and steam grader which has been at the depot waiting for the roads to dry, left Tuesday for Deanviile to do work on the heavy grading at that place. The county has just bought a dupl...

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

* I I' The bill at Tuloo gave Napol- md his opportunity and he lieat baok the British forcee and estab- lished a republican form of government in Europe, Au arm of the ocean gave Nelson bis opportunity and he destroyed the Spanish fleet and made Eng- land Mistress of the ses. Since the ereation of the world the destinies of the human race have been molded by leaders who can seise upon opportunity. Texas today stands at the 1 hres- hold of commercial supremacy awaiting her leaders to siezo up- on opportunity that will give her the mastery of the world's commerce. Opportunity is knocking at our door as a ntate. at your door as an individual. The time lor molding your destinies, and that of Texas, has arrived. The completion of the Panama Canal will recast the commerce of both hemispheres and move the Star of Civilization this way. The ocean is throbbing with commercial activity, the uni- verse is quivering with indus- trial life and the time is right for the advent of powerful men who...

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

ffili at the n Calda Advertising R«t©« One Insertion —20e per ¡incli PER MONTH Tbe f«>ilowing number «f inches •must be uaed weekly to obtain the montbiy rate iuctis 10 to 30 " 30 to 50 " «Oto 100 •« OOe per inch 50c •' " 45c " 44 40c " " Ail advertisinjf run until ordered out. Local readers Ove cents per line each insertion Carda of thanks, resolutions of respect and ail matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial Notes. San Antonio is to have a new amusement park to cont $120,000. Twenty-three hundred steers recently sold for $57.50 each, tiy I near Pampa. A $75,000 modern sanitarium Is to be built at Paris in the near Intun*. The Industrial Oil company of Houston will erect a new plant, to cost $300,COO. The attorney-general has ap- proved road bonds to tbe amount of $400,000 for Grayson county. A 50,000,000- foot gas]well was brought in recently in the Petro- «lia gas field, near Wic...

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

; f<W personal 3 For Sale—Nearly neT^ buggy and harness. Price $75. Ap- ply to Ike Ward. *■,4 Vf' Col, F. M. Gritfin was up from Lyons on business Saturday. llezzie Coleman was a Sooner* \ille visitor here Saturday. 8. K. Lewis returned to Valley Mills Saturday after a business trip here. Prof. L. K. Hoblis and wife were Soraerville visitors here Saturday, Mrs. Lucy Dickinson of Waco is the guest of Dr. A. H. Foster and fa raff y. Mr . VV. 8. Oonoly of Marlin, is the guest of Dr. A. H, Foster aud "family. Mrs. Gus YVauer returned to Milano 8aturday after visiting f relatives in this county. The Houston daily Post has made a special price of $1.00 from now till July 15th, Walter Werner came up from Bellville Saturday and visited relatives and friends here. FOR SALK—My new bunga- low residence in West Caldwell. Apply to Cliff Douglass. Mrs. George M. Johnson and children visited relatives in Cbries n.an Saturday and Sunday. Miss Katie Kggert returned to Cameron Sunday from visit in...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 April 1912

ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES District W0.00 County 7*50 Precinct 2.50 Terms, cash in sdvanee; positively no announcement inserted uuless the fee accompanies same. The Ledger is authorised to announce the following candidates for the office; named, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 27. 1913. District Clerk—G. W- Grant. County Judge—R. J. Alexander County Attorney—W. M Hilliarri ^Tax Collector—G. M. Johnston. County Clerk—Jos. Wondrash. Sheriff— L. W. Henslee. County Supt. Public Instruction Frank Kadanka. For County Treasurer Cliff C. Collins B F. Delamater— (re-election) For Tax Assessor W. T. Clinton •I. B. Matcek Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. Arthur M. Adamthwaite. T. S, Holmes. For Commissioner Beat 4. Precincts 4, ñ, and 8 Wm. Landolt. For Commissioner Precinots 2 and 6 H. H. Daniels. McWhriter-Williams. On Wednesday March 27th, at Bellinger, Texas, James Mc- Writer and Miss Effie Williams were happily united in marriag by Rev. E. V. Cox, pastor of t...

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