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

i 4" - mum Our Rural Staff Cooke Point $')m * It has been so wet and oold most everybody in thia part ha to plant their corn over. It has rained up much the ground i packed and washed ho I think it would have been better if the land had not been plowed until now. Notwithstanding there has bfeu so much bad weather this ¡ those that planted a month ago. spring, the farmers in this neigh- Some few are talking of plant- borhood have not been idle. I ing cotton thia coining week, if notice they have been improving the rainy weather discontinues their farms ami houses, John j long enough to let the ground Sberrill has built a fine picket' dry out. The fruit crop looks fence around his house and lawn promising now if we don't have and it shows off to good advan- a late frost. Gardens look very Sand Hill Sayings. The farmers of this vicinity are some what puzzled over their corn crop, as there has been so much rainy weather it seems as if the corn that is planted will have to be planted ove...

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 April 1912

ust Unloaded CAR WAUKEGAN WIRE AND HOG FENCING. Wo want your business—if the good dollar is run- ning low, your good name it O. K. with us. Don't forget wo soil John Deere and Avery Plows, two car loads bought for this season. I WJt- 'si. . ■ >< Blacksmith Cosí Liverpool Salt South Texas Ribbon eane mo- lasses Northern Seed Corn Csm and Millet 8eed Seed Oats Garden Seed Onion Sets Oriole Flour—always Chops, Bran and Shorts Hard wars Side Collars Hames Traces Collar Pads Buck Stoves M. Bill Planters Riding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterns our big 4 Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons J*loon Bros. and Banner Buggies •«, fi We Want Tour Trade We WiU Treat Yon Right TOWN TOPICS. G, D. Williams was a Lyons visitor here Monday. William Wasmann and wife of 8t. Louis, visited the family of J. F. Cobb this week, Carpenters have just com- pleted a four-room cottage for Cola Carroll in West Caldwell. FOR SALE—My new bunga- ttfr residence i...

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

- *. Á AND NEWS-CHRONICLE cfeK^'^íüSá csr.-v°i£® • Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April la, 1912 Number 6 XXVIII l®f;' f* OUR BUSINESS IS BANKING BANKS HAVE BEEN THE MEANS OF MAK- ING MORE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MEN THAN COLLEGES 1 Br.#. 4 i You may be a"'.de loo old to start to col- lege, but you are just the right age to start a Bank Account with us. Why not begin today? And remember this is the place that wants your business. y\ Cone to See Us aai We Wfll Ireot Yoo Rlftt i The First State Bank Of Cmidmttt, TJexat GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING 'I b M I 1 west Jbru&s rones¿ You'll Shake Hands with Yourself when yon get acquainted with this Drug «tore, becua.se you will find everything to your satisfaction. (Juality. quantity, prices and courtesy will surely please you. We do business on the principle of treating all customers right, and thai always brings them back again. Ev- erything that u high grade, up-to-date Drug store should have will be found here at...

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

J. c. Ranaia WM a business visitor here thin week M.*) •..... HM-.áttnÉ.- & mm 1MW O. M. Johnson made a business trip to Cameron Tuetday. Judge 1. II. Bowers of Gid- logs epent the week here with 8allie Griffin and Alma were visitors-from Lyons Saturday. Dr. A. G. Krueger went to BeÜville Sunday to visit his brother, Judge Krueger. Free trial packaae of Conkey'a Lice Powder and Big 80-page Poultry Book for one week only at Stone ft Hitchcock's. Mrs. Eugene Corbit and little child!went to Milano Monday to spend the week with her parents. For tanks, cíeteme, nutters, flues, etc., go to Robt. Polansky at Jancik's store. Satisfaction guaranteed, Phone No. 10, When Yog Think of Skirts Think of Us We Have the Shirt l¥on Want W ".'7 | When you buy a shirt bearing the Arrow label you know in advance that the color is fast, the style right, the garment well made, the fit perfect and the pattern exclusive. Arrow! Our prices are absolutely the low- est you could find in the state of Texas ...

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

raaa* ■(. ■ Resolut o ai of Respect. Bhovriiur Ihiinunlt to Date sad Crops oí Previous Years." Si if ^ -4 L-. Whereas, on April 2nd. 1912, it pleased God in Mis wisdom, to send into our baod a messenger of death, and take therefrom our lamented brother J, Wesley Noroross, and, Whereas, the said J. Wesley Norcrosn, we* a faithful, true and loyal brother, ever ready to ex- emplify the teachings of his fra- ternity, by the practice of its principals. Therefore, be it resolved that in this dark hour of bereave ment, Caldwell Lodge, No. 79*, Independent Order of Odd Fel- low*, join with Lis family and loved ones, extending them our benrt-íoit, sympathy and the hand of brotherly love, with the sweet assurance that our brother, father and husband has gone to his reward to enjoy the father- hood of God as on earth he eu- joyed the brotherhood of mnn, Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolutiou be sent to our departed brother's family, a copy spread upon the minutes of this lodge, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 April 1912

ÜH CoMty W. W. RANUN. Altered at the poetoffice *t Caldwell, Texas, as second^clasa mall matter. ^sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssst Advertising R«t a One Insertion 20o per *ineh "FEirMOKTH The following number n| Inches must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 to 9# Inch 60c per inch 10 to 80 " 60c " " 30 to 60 •« 45c " 44 60 to 100 44 40c 44 44 AU advertising run until ordered out. Local readers üve cents per line each insertion Cards of thanks, resolution of reepect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) An eletelon has been ordered for May 11th feo vote on $75.000 bond issue for good roads in tbe Palmer district, Ellis county. The 8an Angelo Water, Light and Power Company of San Angelo has filed amendment in- creasing its capital stock from $225,000 to 500,000. The Union Trust Company of Phoenix, Arizona has been grant- ed a permit to do business in Texas with principal office at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 April 1912

sSii fm i f*&i. fjEmrnvm t ♦ % ■* >h • * •Ai- * i • ^ * A Candidates Rite and Fall The candidate hat many joys, And tips life's sweated bliss, He laughs loug in exultant noise this. like up piles When his vote But when the count is all com- plete, Nuvv sorrow can he miss As he drains lite clip of bleak <le feat When uis voto SilgH down like thie John Nororoas Dead. John Norcroas died at his home at Hita Saturday morning at the age of 4tt years and the remains were laid to rest in Elisabeth Chappel cemetery Sund?.y, the funeral services be- ing conducted by Kev. L, ri. dgle. He was barn and reared in this county where he hits many friends and relatives who regret to hear of bis untimely death. Then He Drifted. "Mies Uppson — Mildred,'' said the poor but otherwise hon- est young mun. 4,£ have paddled my own cuno<* for yearN and feel sure that I can support you Will you be my wife? "Nothing doing in the canoe line," replied the haughty maid. ♦'If you had sailed your own ya...

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

%il \&SeL m District County Precinet • • 2 Terms, cash in advance; positively no announcement inserted unless the fee accompanies same. The Ledger is authorised to anrounce the following candidates for the offices earned, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 27 1912. For Plotorial Representative 127th District, Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Payette, Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller counties. Lkonajld TilloTson, of Sealy For District Clerk. G. W. Grant. County J udge. R. J. Alexander. County Attorney. W. N. Htlliard. County Cleric. Joseph Wondrash. Tax Collector. Geo. M. Johnston, Sheriff. Lee W. Henslee. County Treasurer. B. F. Delamater. C. C. Collins. County Superintendent Frank Kadanka. Tax Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek. Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. S. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwaite. Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Precinct So. 0. J. N. Vavra. Commissioner Beat 4, Precincts 4, 5 and 8. Wm. Sandolt. For Commissioner Precincts 2 and 6. H. H. Da...

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

Our Rural Staff ♦ At" ♦ I. Hogg Hints. We have a wet Easter this year and that is not much good lor us. We all have to stay at home, could not go out to visit, and 401 think that I will write some news about how we are going on here in the city of Hogg, We are somewhat behind this year with our work, because for it is too wet to work on the fleld. We have to plant over some corn, and that what did come up, is good now. We plant some cotton about three weeks ago and that did not come up. It stuys there forever nnd has to be planted o/er, so we' planted some again last week. I do not know how it will be with the cotton, if it will come up or not, because we have too much wet in the ground now already and cold besides, but if the weath- er will be good and fair, there will be rush with the work on the farm. Everyone will go for the planter and go out with 'em in the lield to plant cotton, and 8o',I will do the same. We have seen the steam engine going from Caldwell to Deanville to 11. ...

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

Mitchell and Old hickory Wagons noon Bros, am Banner Buggies We want your buainess—if the good dollar is run ning low, your good name ii O. K. with us. Don t forget we sell John Deere and Avery Plows, two car loads bought for this season Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Bait South Texas Ribbon cane mo our big 4 Northern 8eed Corn Cam and Millet 8eed Seed* Oats Garden Seed Onion Sets Oriole Flour—always Chops,Bran and Shorts Hardware Side Collars Hames; Traces Collar Pads Book Stoves M. BUI Planters Riding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterns We Want Tour Trade i We Win Treat You Right > I' TOWN TOPICS. J. R. Blocker and O. F. Lyons were here on business this week. Jack McCain was here on le- ft ! business Monday. Dabney Williams of El Campo spent a few days here the first of the week. The city has the piping here and will start hands to work ex tending the water main* in West Special Easter services were held at the Methodist church Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 April 1912

ffl . ml ¿A* *v •KsT ■ csr-,o¡wv— m AND f %:: ■ ]"*$ vlt m i Hp miuiiiiumiuiiiiium*4! ifiimiii USINESS b Caldwell, Burleson County, 19 19 4, i ¡ sv BANKS HAVE BEEN THE MEANS OF MAK- ING MORE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS ) MEN THAN COLLEGES t: j You may be a little too old to start to col- lege, but you are just the right age to start a Bank Account with us. Why not begin today? And remember this is the place that wants your business. : C«m totalis Mi We Will Treat YoaRllfct the First State Bank Of Caittwlt, Zjoxms GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING HIIIMIUHHI♦♦♦♦♦# I MM M t H MM'MI IIIIIIIH1 99 V Í %' f. H ftawt jDru&s YouH Shake Hands with Yourself when you get acquainted with this Drug store, because you will find everything to your satisfaction. Quality, quantity, prices and courtesy will sorely please you. We do business on the principle of teeaflng all customers right, and that always bring-"? thein hack again. Ev- erything that a hi^h v:rade, up-to-date L>ruK #tor...

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

«. > í': ñ 'K^' 't; __ I ' m g¿ ! • ik1 El üp «nb persona! Qanwnmg* W ef peth. W I ads bring good resulto. Collie Wyetfc has purchased a ins new Ford automobile. FOR SALE—Barred Plymouth Bock Eggs, Tree Tomatoes and Cabbage plants. J. C. Kleb. Bruno Albright of Rockdale Is visiting Mrs. Paul Striokert and family a few days this week Little Miss Jessie Irene Felter of El Campo, is visiting her grand-mother and family for lew weeks. * - Mrs. Joe Truax and Little Mike Windhausen, visited friends and relatives at Belton several days this week. Miss Bailie Mae Etzel is spend ing two weeks with friends and jwlatives in Brenham, Carmine mad Bell vil le Hon. Cone Johnston has with drown from the race for the United States Senate, on account of ill health, while Hon. Morris Sbeppard has regained his health and is back in the race again. In the condemnation proceed- ings by the H. & T, C. railroad Monday for a right of way a- eross Henry Bear's place in the southern part of town, he wa...

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

;4 !. * I * ¡ m '*•**' WW. Drowned- -Olny 700 Saved. The worst and most appalling disaster that «ver oooured at sea «nd to the largest vessel afloat, Abe Titanio, occured at 2:20 a, m. Monday, when after striking an iceberg Sunday night a thousand «Biles from land, off the New Foundland banks, she went down in two miles of water to the hot torn of (ite ocHiiti, with about 1,400 or; board. 1320 were pas- senger* and the remainder mem- bers of the crew of this floating ftaluce that was on her maiden trip. She was a sinter ship to the Olympic, and cost $10.000, 000. She was on the return trip And struck the iceberg at 10:40 •laving sueh a hole in her bow that the rush of water into the «hip warned the eaptsin, E. J Smith, that she could not be saved, Wireless messages were flashed across thd water for help. Two ships, one in 150 miles of her hastened to the rescue, and the 4'urputhia and the Virginian -each turned in their course to the rescue, the Carpathia being first to reach the sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 April 1912

¡r: I im i ; i m ém 20c per ¡inch PER MONTH following number of inches used weekly to obtain the 1 to 9% Inch «to per inch 10 feo 80 " SOo " " 30 to SO M 45c " " «Oto 100 " 40c " ** All advertising' run until ordered ont. Local readers five cents per line each insertion Cards 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.) Texas Industrial Notes. An oil Rusher was recently brought in nearOlney, Young County. V Three thousand steers were sold last week at Laredo for a consideration of $100,000. Four thousaud head of cattle were sold at El Paso last week for $100,000. Five crops of alfalfa have been •cut off one farm near Pecos, so lar this year. Tta Texas Trust Company of Auatw was recently chartered with a capital stook of $200,000. Oklahoma oaptalist are making arrangements for the erection of * $900,000 warehouse at Beau- .mont. The State Bankers' 'Associ- ation will ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 April 1912

m k * í * iiisé R. * W. W. Hearcy wu up from Bren hum the first of the week on legal business. The Santa Fe steam painter was here Monday and painted tbe'r seed houses. M"h. H. D. OnrriHou after visit- log relatives hern for a few days returned to Austin Monday. W. T Clinton nnd family cam ' down from c linesman Monday And visited relatives und friends. Miss Myrtle Shaffer of Lexing- ton spent the week with the family of her uncle, E. A. Ellis. For tanks, cistern?, «utter* , Unes, e e., «ío to Hobt. Polansky At Jsncik's «tore. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone No. lU. Alvln to A otr of recently the bul* Al little now may ««vi a big olean-up later. Final plans are being consider, ed in the Chicago offices of {the Hanta Fe Railway for a new $500,000 depot to be erected at Qalveston. Dodge—Well, Four carloads of Northern homeseekers arrived at Browns- ville last week, and will buy homes in that section of the state. Bonds to the amount, of $110,- C00 were issued'at Smithville, Bastrop Cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 April 1912

♦*" ....................... 3ft* The Ledger ta authorised to announce the following candidates for the office to the action of the ratio Primary of July 37,1912. Por Plotorial Representative 197th District, Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Payette, Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller counties. Lsomamd Tillotbon, of Sealy O. W. Grant. J udge. B. j. Alexander. Countjr Attorney. W. N. Hllliard. County Clerk. Joseph Wondrash. «Tax Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. Lee W. Henslee. County Treasurer^ B. F. Delamater. C. C. Collins. County Superintendent. Frank Kadanka. ¡Tax Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek. Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. 8. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwaite. Commissioner Beat S and Justice Predict Ho. 6. J. N. Vavra. Coapnissloaer Beat 4, Precincts 4, 5 and S. Wm. Sandolt. For Commissioner Beat 2 Precincts 2 and 6, H. H. Daniels, For Commissioner Beat 1. com- posed of Precincts 1 and 7 E. B. Bell cr Justice precinct 2 E. L. Plaaingan * TOWN TOPICS. a ó. Newberry was up (rom Ly...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 April 1912

fan s are as pretty of the W. O. W. at that J. Pr«H*ley and wife vihit *nds in Grimes county this had a cooler i uesday inorn Wehavoa great variety in this world, especial - Texas, Observer Bad Cold and Lagrippe Add ith lifter effect can be lily cured by the prompt use I. Nlcodemus Laxative ('hill lie. It is guaranteed to give ilts or money returnudx Trice ceniw 5<j( tiy Stone <V Hitchcock. Brymcr Briefs. Fhe lust few «lays have been [ideal weather for farm work and farmer? are very anxious for lit to continue t hat way for awhile [•0 thoy can get t heir cotton [planted and corn plowed, Mrs. Chas. Torno ami child - Inn of near Lexington were visit- jing the family of («• A. Ramsel iday. Rev. T. B. Ogle will fill bis |regular appointment here at I Porter's Cha ppel Saturday night |and Sunday. Mrs. Martiudale and family of Springs were visitor to this community Sunday. There was a little mistake in iy last communication, it should have been Sunday Sohool every Sunday morning at ...

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

The Lodger It authorised to ansounce the following candidates for the office® named, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 37,1912. For Flotorial Representative 127th District, Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Payette. Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller counties. Lno AU> TilloTsok, of Sealy .For District Clerk. O. W. Grant. Couaty J udge. E. J. Alexander. County Attorney. W. N. Hilliard. County Clerk. Joseph Wondrash. Tax Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. Sheriff. Lee W. Henslee. County Treasurer; B. F. Delamater. C. C. Collins. County Superintendent. Frank Kadanka. Tax Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek. Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. 8. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwaite. Commissioner Beat 8 and Justice Precinct No. s. J. N. Vavra. Commissioner Beat 4, Precincts 4, 5 and 8. Wm. Sandolt. For Commissioner Beat 2 Precincts 2 and 6. Ü. H. Daniels, For Commissioner Beat 1, com- posed of Precincts 1 and 7 E. B. Bell cr Justice Precinct 2 IP Start on the ttnd. f his Is lor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

''•I %'r; *' tiff yL i í ' • ciTí'n'!¡ s¿ csas?¡ v- AND NEWS-CHRONICLE 1 •««♦ ■«Mil*lad IHf Conaolldatad «*•! . IO l Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April a6, 191a Number 8 * : i : •innnMHiimmMMHMnnmntimniHM ABSOLUTE SAFETY In the best thing we have to offer. Other inducements are only of secon- dary importance. Upon this basis on- ly do we solicit your patronage, Post- pone the getting of some things that you can get along without and put the money In the Bank. You never met a person with a bank account who regretted having started It. Why not start one today? r The Rrst State Bank Of T>0*v* GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING V Youll Shake Hands with Yourself when you pet acquainted with this Drup «tort1, because you will find everything to your satisfaction. Quality, quantity, prices and courtesy will suiclv please you. We do business on the principle uf tiiUti.igall custonicrr, right, sr.'! always brings them back «gain. Kv- erything that a high...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

.11 & ™ sssg <!. F. Bowers of Sanger, spent the week here visiting relatives. T. G, Eisenlobr and wife of Brechara spent the week here with relatives. Duncan Atkinson of Killeen «pent the wesk here with the family of E. F. Mueller. Miss Dslla Carroll carne down from Dallas the first of the week to visit friends and relativss. Miss Senada Smith who is leeching school at Bellville, •pent Saturday and Sunday with borne folks. Mrs.'johnfl. Fraira and Eva Fraim rsturned to Gatise Tuesday after visiting the fatni ly of Ben Delamater. Miss Nellie Parkhill went to Temple Monday to see her broth er, Lawrence, who had an opera t n for appendicitis. Farm work is being rushed to tiis limit this fine weather, porn and cotton have both taken a siiee start to growing and all crops up are looking well. are Ccnkey's Stock Remedies not foods, but medicine, a separ ate remedy for each disease, made by the same people that! make Cenkey's Poultry Remedies. Bold on money-back guarantee, by Stone &...

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