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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

jú focal anb personal J happenings of tfre n>eeh. -il irowB ■■■■■■■■inwanan Willi n & Scott have erected a new water tank at their gin. W. O.Bowers, of Giddings was a visitor here Friday and Sutur- day. William Wusmann and wife, of 8t. Louis, are the guests of J. F. Cobb and family. ViOST—One pale rod cow, erop off left, overbit in right ear, branded 2—H on left side. Re- turn to Otto YVendorf and get reward. ' Mrs. A. H. Adama who lias been visiting the family of G. W. Lee returned to Lyons Sunday. F. W. Shannon and family were visitors from Wharton here the last oí the week, they coming through the country by automo* bile. E. B. Cashing, chief of the corps of Engineers, now engag- ed at work near Cookes Point, was here Saturday >n business connected with his work and left that afternoon for Houston on a business trip. Lost.—A lady's gold belt pi;:, between (J. I', Rrouddus' resi- dence and Gilley's store, h inder relurn to C. K. Broaddus and get reward. No farmer gets ri...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

P?!: HIGH PRAISE 5^ Bananas Toilet Soaps Tinwsre Tandy Ha me Strings lee Cream Qo Carts Cold Drinks B«by Bath Tubs Oranges Chinaware Lemons Uraniteware SEE H. R. KELLY jo* HAN«V« State News Briefed. | From all Parts ot the State. I Pawsenger Men at Fort Worth this week will adopt uniform baggage rules and fix the rate basis for summer tourist travel. Receiver Freeman and the railroad commission reached an understanding relative to the reorganization of the road, it being provided that the unsec- ured claims wHl be looked after. The case of the Southwestern shippers against the Santa Fe and other railroads went to hear- ing at Galveston before Special Examiner Prouty of the inter- state commerce commission. Rice interests of New Orleans *nd all Louisana will intervene in the complaint of the Houston Mutual Rice Trade and Develop ment association of Houston relative to rice ratee before the interstate commission. Railrosd Commission to assist I. & G. N. to recognize and come *out ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

1 W] ■Uníwiiiii mmnimiiMii^ tREPONDENTS SAYIWGSrj Xhrleiman. The rainy weather still contin- and (armera aro being de- in planting their cotton, «ver with a few days of clear ,ther the balance of the crop be planted. public school at this place ,nght bv Mise Clara Ma tejo w ;y, closed last Friday, after a ery successful term of six lontha school. A school picnic aa given Friday, which was ell attended and injoyed by all resent, The days festivitiesclos- with a concert in the sohool uilding I*1 rid ay night the house leing crowded to its full seating ap.ML¿ty. All those taking part conceit, as woll as the acher, Miss Clara Matejoweky •egj^pn tiiu highest praiee ft>r f Wndid manner in which each inft perform** ! their, parta, anil th * way it wan conducted. Mis Marie Love has returned lome irom visit,inn friends in yons. Mrs. Jane lilack and daughter lis. raiuo up from Caldwell •'ridav to visit relatives, return- op; Sunday. Miss Ruby Clark ot Caldwell, visited relatives hero last ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 April 1911

If *1 I pÉÉÉÉÉÉi mmmk A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods In * Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big German Jlillet Seed—Whippoorwill Peas—Clay Peas—California Black-Eye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed Corn in stock yet. Bran and Chops. Grocery Department None larger and more up-to-date than our. We want your Grocery trade. We offer good goods and good treat- ment. Order a sack of Oriole Flour. Genuine French Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp's Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger's Coffes and Teas. Anything you want in the Gro- cery line. How About a Bucks Stove? Best on Earth Is It Something In The Hardware DeP't? wlwIlliL * El wood Hoe Fenoing. Waukegau Wire. Cham- pion Galvanised Cisterna, guaranteed not to crush or leak. Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory wagons. Ban- ner Buggies. Moon Bros. Buggies. John Deere Cul- tivators. Standard Culti- vators. Diverse Cultiva- tors. Sohuerenherg Sweep Stocks Kull line shelf hardware. Imported white enam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

(flPBggS* t - \ ;.W •;'S■' JS?SJF?mW*r*Mt* °«K?HUTT* AND NEW8-CHRONICLB umne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April a8,1911 MiniiimiiiiniiiMiniiniumMiiHiiniinn TO OUR Farmer Friends . ® Owing to the continued rains this aeaaon we fee! that a great many of our friends will need money for working their crops. We would like for our friends and cuatomera to re- member that it ia a pleasure for us to accomodate them in any way possible. And YOÍ! who read this, if you are not a customer of ours we cordially invite and aolicit your patronage. • TJhe Si'rst State ffian/c. Of Caiémtti, &0xas GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING You Can Pick Up Money lierc most any day, We are con- stantly having special sales of some article of high*class gro- eerie; that mean a substantial saving for those who take ad- vantage of them. Come and see our specialty for this week. Your visit will give you a chance to reveal how moderately all our groceries are priced, New Drainage Distri...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

W 4#á. : Wpfym, 3;_. ^ _ • *' m % - - "' "''-i'.v. Sssfc fSS W,^ v-xl'> v." *v' V"-..' '• "H ^•*''Vkk; ■ '' . M, B. Parker of the N rafeo bottom wai here on busines Wednesday. W. E, Scott and-wife oí Rosen berg, visited the family of E. A. P^tts several days this *eek. Qo to the opera house tomor- row evening end hear a high olnss music recital under tin direction of Miss Kate Hundley. Be*/. J. W. Goodwin has re turned from Port Worth when iRTSEKf-;.: W ' Mrs. Goodwin underwent an op- eration and he reports that sbe is convalescing nicely. There is a movement on foot by the citizens of that part of town, to build a concrete siie walk from the jail on the north side of the street on past the residence of Yasor Nix. It will be done by private subscription. ¡I ft a :3r^ IPI^2,<OXU7lE>fc js tí?<wp®irb *3nr©K! * City secretary and tax asses- sor W. U. Hundley is now taking the school ceusue of Caldwell and he wants people tó study up the ages of children so as to be ready to ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

jjfir MirP \ íü of tk. Town Dr. W. H. Oliver, of Bryan was over from Bryan Wednes- day. Mrs. Nell Merrin of Dalles, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Miss Hett'.e Langlotz, of Fay- etteville, is the guett of her brother 4^. A. Langiotz. A largely increased acreage ¡8 being; planted in Hweet potatoes in this county this year. Interest in base bsll matters bes begur. to make itself mani- fest among our young men. A few ripe dewtorr es were marketed here last week. The beavy rains have injured the crop. H. M. Shannon left for Abeline Wednesday to be present at an operation to be performed on his brother Rowe. Capt. C. W. F. Windell has re- turned from San Antonio where be went on business as well as to attend the carnival. Miss Kate riundley will give a bigh grade musio recital tomor- row evening at the opera house, lie sure and attend it. ,1. L. Daniel of Tennessee Tues- day «old to Messrs C. C. Nelms and B O. McLean, 428 acres of land a few miles north of hers. Ytev. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

Mee* County PubtiiWni Ce. '«. W. RANKIN. ~ !:*;• at the pMtofftce at m MCond<l«H mail Advertising R«tM One lueriioo 20c per Inch PER MONTH The fallowing number olí inches Bust be used weekly te obtain the Monthly rate 1 to 9)4 Inchs — Ate P®r inch 10 to 80 50c - " 30 to SO 46c « « <0to 100 40c " " All advertising mn until ordered out. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolution of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Policy of the Ledger There seems to be some mis- understanding of the policy of this paper and we wish to make that matter clstr. The Burleson County Ledger Is a newspaper for the people of Caldwell first, aud for the people 4>f Burleson County second, and lor the people of the State of 9fcxas third. Our first efforts -#hftli «ver be for the betterment of Caldwell aud her people. Oar advertising colums are for the «se of Caldwell...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

V * 4 Ú i x" > anfc personal Sappmings i|. of tin «Heft. j|f Thin meek was ushered in Sun- day with another big ram. E. C« Abbott visited home folk* in Brenham. Sunday. Casper Landolt, of HomerviUe, «rat here on business Monday. People are now begining to •enjoy some tine dew berry pies. Louis Grassmuck, of Houston, is the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Fischer- Miss Marvin Scott whs the guest this week of the Misses Newuomb. K. E. Womsck, of Houston visited home folks here the first of the week. Miss Ilattie B. Pollock return- ed Saturday from visiting in SomervHle. Miss Amy R<*ed .spent Friday, tiarfurday and Sunday with her ¡Mírenla in Roger*. K. S. Bo.vers and family spent «several days in Giddings this week with rnlatives. Henry Newcoinb returned Sat- urday from attending the carni- val at San Antonio. Missw Uo'ie and Annie Skri- vanek vinit« d relatives in Cam- eron thi* first of the week. The school taught at Tunis by Mitts Willie Atkinson closed last fhniriay with u ni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

"" f,-í ■ - ' •' BM ■ SATURDAY I Will Mil TmUMNB Meni' ISc Stckt At Five cents a pair & K. KEIIY ixt to Pottoffice focal anb personal { 1)1 ftoppenings ,i¡ \ j|¿ of the weeh. M¿ j Miss Hsllie Harris has just re- lumed to Soocerville from visit- ing home folks here. Miss Martha D. Harris has just returned from Huntsvilie from visiting friends and relatives. Vincent Leshiker returned Saturda" from a week's visit to friende and relatives at New Uim. Miss ftallie Mae Etael is spend- ing two months with the family of J. W.jTalley at Pampa, near Amarillo. W. F. Oldham and family have «•turned to Gatesville after an extended visit to the family oí J: B.8acders. Grass in the pastures and mead- owa never looked prettier and atoek, as a general thing, are in i condition. Don't fail to attend the recital given at the opera honse tomor- row evening by Miss Kate Hand- lay's music class. The members of the Qui Vive dab were never more charming- ly entertained than last Satur- day afternoon wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

' V ■ í ■ > .•'sk, j.::.,. •-•... . if* ■flfeft ->..2 ' ^ v.v t (lb CORRESPONDENTS SAYlif} Providence Pickups Ueorge Robins of here vieited Caldwell Saturday and Sunduy and lepórtH u good timo. ' Tomy Hanaei* is roil sick ojt this writing. We hope be wiH soon be up again. Fix up girld, 1 think tbere is going to be a wedding in this settlement r<>al soon. The farmers are all getting to rest, it rained almost every day last week. We have a beautiful new church at Providenc e ami a live Sunday school. Every body come Sun- day evening at Mrs. Klva Duckworth is going to have her school picnic at the new church here the 2*th, oí tilia month, FViday, «-very botlv is iir^Hed to H# ef ne«M t and alao to bring dinner. Tfceladiei all huve good gar dens an«l plenty oí tin - vi'^etubles Several guests gj>eiit a few pleasant h>>ui h nt T II. 'loyal'.- Sunday ev« Blue Bell. i SlXdiCK 8EWINÍÍ MACHINE Thin famous brand is 'Hold on the installment plan. down, balance monthly. 8ee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 April 1911

A Complete Line oí Base Ball Goods In Stock Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big German milet Seed—Whippoorwill Peas—Clay Peas—California Black-Eye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed Corn in stock yet. Bran and Chops. Something Ir\ The Hardwan DeP*t? Department None larger and more up-to-date than our. We want your Grocery trade. We offer good goods and good treat- ment. Order a sack of Oriole Flour. Oenulne French Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp*s Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger*s Coffes and Teas. Anything you want in the Gro- cery line. How About 4 Backs Stove? Best on Earth El wood Ho* Fenoing. W aukegan Wire. Cham- pion Galvanized Citterns, guaranteed not to crush or leak. Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory wagons. Ban- ner Buggies. Moon Bros. Buggies. John Deere Cul- tivators. Standnrd Culti- vators. Diverse Cultiva* tors. 8ohuerenberg Sweep Stocks l ull line ehelf hardware. Imported white enatuHware. Big lot of hoes just in. We carry a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

AND NBW8-CHRONICLB 3 X Trata-wa/wr. Velumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County; Texas, May 1911 r Owing feo the continued mina this sentón we lee! that | n great many f our frianda will need money for working tbéfr crops. (1 ¿I TO OUR Former FViendi We would like for our friends and cuetomera to re- member that it it a pleaaure for ue to accomodate them in any way possible. ! And YOU who read thia, if you are not a customer of ¡ ours we cordially invite and aollclt your patronage* TJhe J>irst State ¿Rank. O/CmUmmit, 2mm# GUARANTY FUND BANK OTHIII IUIINII • THAN • A N K II 0 J i MlimMIIMIIMIHIIIIIIllllMIIIIHimMIIII You Can Pick Up Money here moat any day, We are con- stantly having special aalea of some article of higti-claaa gro- ceries that msan a eubstantial saving for those who take ad* vantage of them. Come and see -our specialty for this week. Your visit will give yon a chance to reveal how moderately all our groceries are priced. Mi«f Hundley's Saturday eveniag that* van given...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

Bp' Hi iK IP. wiinmiM local aob pctso •La* ■■—WWWi Paul Wipprecht, of Houston, vai here on buplnesl. Saturday. A G Hhppe 4nd family of Win- ters are the guests of Henry Spec- kam and family of Chricsman. Mr and Mrs O Lsary returned to Houston Wednesday after a vis- it to Mrs Anna Fischer. W B Satterw hite and L White were over from Bryan on business the middle of the week. "Read the Book and see the play, St. Eimo, at Opera house Saturday night. J. W. Ryan has returned from a months visit to Lindsey, 0,rla- hoco a, where he has been on business. Ed Flanagan and * family, of Oklahoma, are nere visiting the family of N. E. Flanagan whom they net seen for five years. A. S. Broaddus left Tuesda night as a delegate from the M. W. A. of Burleson county to the state camp at Waco. He will re- turn tomorrow. The 11th aunual banquet of the Literary Society of the Cald- well High School will be heldf in the'school auditorium tonight. The greatest play of modern St. Elmo, at opera house Saturda...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

+ County Fair. There is a move on loot among our citizens for having a county * Wr here some time in the early gwrt of July. The Farmer's Un- ion haa one soheduled to be held in Sebesta about this time, but Sebesta has waived the right to liave the fair there, ifsomeother plaoe wants and will work for its auceess. The Farmer's Union Is cordially invited by the Busi- ness Men's League to co-operate With the people and to participate in this meeting, for they have the agricultural products,-the atock, poultry, cattle and other things that be necessary for a good fair. If one is attempted, let every body put his shoulder to the wheel and boost for the fair. There is no reasou why Burleson should not have as good i'ounty fair as any other county in this part of the ntate. It will be a r 'Commendutioa to other place* a to the merits of Burleson comity lands and its murvi'luub products. We have one of the best counties in Texas, aa every one knows who has lived in it for a few years, and,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

mm Cmily V. V. RANUN. Co. itOkMwril, psr toeh MOKTtt MIowIbc number of • need wiikly te obtain 1 oe eg laehe „ ... .~J0e per inch M fiOe •« •• •t «fe M M m 40c •• « All aimtUof run until ordmd oat. five oents per lint :■ ■tV Bfflgii |4Ír^ How Build or Not Build a It Gain fourth of ths people on tike earth —ItafiQK only three—then went Into the land ot Nod aod builded « city, it te evident that be did ■ot eit wound like a knot on a «log, and growl about the Nod ceal asíate and people. He vu •not himeelf, perhaps, the exem- plar oí men, and if he had some seeeon to emigrate from the land of bis birth, he did not mope and whine, but got hold of a piece of .ground and went to work to do vBomething. The man who could tbu^ld up a city under such au- spicee is tbe kind of people we .want in this town, and we will mot inquire too minutely into hie ¿antecedents, so that he takes hold like a man and be good at I: \i„"' weent built that wiy. It taxsu too high he got up and hue- lo iaorsuss the...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

i( «nb personal iit sts m i Bo : to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boehni at dofi Friday night i boy. Misa Belle Brewer la borne fvon Sweetwater lp spend soma time with relatives Mrs. Joe Sehrisbar I spending the week with her «later, lire. Prank Boebme et Hogg. John Kueourek and wife el Yegna spent Sunday with the femily of Joe Polanaky. i4 1* 1 * Howard Hill ia home from Duncan, Oklahoma, to spend some time with relatives. Miss Mabel Flanagan came up Horn Somereille Saturday to viait the Miases Newcomb. P. D. Oliver who haa head quartere in Chicago spent Satur- day and 8unday with homefolke. Miases Bessie and Lillian Dwy er came up from Brenham Sat- urday to visit the Misses Wo- tipkn. Mrs, W. T. S Jones who has been visiting the fsmily of B. F. Deliunater, returned to liillsboro Monday. H Mrs. Willie Boyd who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs, C. B. Oliver returned to líenme Friday. John W Kueourek who has been teaching school in Hell otMinty returned to his home in Dime Box Sunday. lag .U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

' i" i : p SATURDAY 14 QUART (Large Size) Granite Dish Pans 60 AT 25 cents 1. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice Don't f iT to see St. Elmo, át Opera House Saturday, May, 6th. There has been a rise of several feet in the Brazos river during the past few days, but there i« no danger of an overflow- Caskets and coffins from the most elegant to the simpler de- signs. Air tifcht metallic lin- ings at Caldwell Furniture Co Night phone 155, day phone 113. High Priced Rides. The latter part of last week eanstable E. A. Ellis arretted Mara hall Brown, colored, on a -Charge of riding the horse of J« .Bobbitt without the knowledge and consent of the owner. Fe also went to Heidenheimer wh< re h) arrested Onie Mundine on the «ame charge. Both were lodged in jail and a few days later they pleaded guilty to the charges against them an 1 paid their fines and costs as follows: Mundine .Io and Brown, S2G.75. A lew days before their arrest they took a horse belonging to Jesse Bobbitt from the pasture and...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

k •Mi*** UJJU l. ... ■ n OUR II w nwiti«imwmmmmi i sss CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. V/sst Stone City. We ore having plenty of rain out in our Huction. Some of the faronora have already begun to grumble, as tlioy notice the grasa «teems to thrive well in wet weatlirt, hut we feel tluiukful, for we sure need a good season. Nellye W orthington returned home last week after spending aeveral Greeks with friends at Roaprim and Bryan. Mrs. Parah' McGregor from Bryan in vi úting her sister Mary Worthington at present. L. M. Drtper and family of Rodger wan; guests of R. E. Draper ami fain ly las^ week. All the y<> ting peoph' of our section ei j >y«"l m party ut Henry Thonin* !i iim Saturday night. The Itttl" -if>?i oí |{ b (Matupiu reci ved it "I'vciB burn on the fuc« la>t Sat-"iay while putting a match to M-me powder, but we ♦ ' are gia l to r<-j >rl liiia not seri- ous. Mr. Dri«[ >*r I .h his new ham nearly coujpletfti. We have a i< 1 nice crop of dewb rri''-i «ait i...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 May 1911

w&WgwwM # ^ilpsSw'1^89 % mjtmmm*mm<m± ***#/> fl ft ft fljfrA affiA k*lá* A AlÜJUfc, IfMtwxHIWIDlIWV Vwypflll A Complete Line of Base BeJl Goods in Stock Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big Oerman fliltet Seed—Whlppooi Peas—Clay Peas—California Black-Bye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed Corn In stock yet. Bran and Chops. í I rwlll Grocery Department None larger and more up-to-date than our. We want your Grocery trade. We offer good goods and good treat- ment. Order a sack off Oriole Flour. Qenuine French Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp's Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger's Coffes and Teas. Anything you want In the Gro- line. |0W AM % Backs Sim? tat ta Earth Is It Something In The Hardware DeP't? El wood Hot Fencing. Wankegau Wire. Chis- plon Galvanised Citterns, guaranteed not to eruah or leak. Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory wagons. Ban- ner Buggies. Maon Bros. Buggies. John Deere Cul- tivators. Standard Culti- vators. Diverse ...

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