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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

Our Rural Staff iff I # Prairiedale Doto. As I have no t teen any news from our section for a while, 1 will send in a few items. The farmers are some what be. hfyid with their crops on account 6t ths wet woather. Sunday afternoon there was in this community a heavy rain which the farmers did not wish to see. Lillie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kllis was kicked twice by a horse, once in the back and once on the limbs Ia9t week. Her injuries were at once given attention by a physician and she is now getting along very well. Mrs. Mattie Kllis and children visited Mrs. (Juss¡e Royal this waek. Several from here were busi ness visitors to Caldwell last wetk. O. M. R. Sebesta Sayings. Very hard rains fell here Sat* urday and Sunday, which has stopped all farm work for this week. There was a W. O. W. lodg - organised her#* Saturday night, with 23 charter members. Dr, J. H. Kozur and family visited friends in Caldwell last Tuesday. Miss Hiaie Matejowsky of Ly- ons, was n guest <&g...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

; ¡p^f ¡tes? m ' i&m ' Rf ■ rr • '• * n''' *;■, HARDWARE and GROCERIES" Buck. Stoves. Waukegan Wire. Elwood hog fencing. Base Ball Goods. Fishing Tacklc. Black Sntith Coal, Car just Unloaded. Eck Oliver, our buggy buyer is order- ing another car Moon Bros. & Banner bug- gies this week-~ask him his six months guarantee to all young single men he sells. r Jno. Deere farming Implements. B. F. Avery farming Implements rioon Bros. 1 luggies Banner Buggies Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory Wagons Our house is full of goods—we keep buy- ing—we keep selling. COME TO SEE US 5* S* ¡5* St S* S* 5* £ " J A * '• J t m Want Your Trade A|oni^enl[n]^enU ~\ We Will Treat You Right J 5* St St ü mwmnmmmtonanrn \ Í" iocal anb personal til happenings of tfre tueeh. William Reeves of Ft. Worth! Wa« a visitor here Saturday. Miss Maud Mahoney was a visi-1 tor to-Cameron Friday. !.;í Mrl. T. J. returned Sat nrday from spending^ a month with relatives in Navaaota. POUND—Id public road near Hookerville, a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

• - í. WMwt N*u/a Ealabllshad 1684 ConaolIcMU Chronlcl* * loOO May 100 7 NO NEWS-CHRONICLE Eai«ibll*h*d 109 7 Conaeilduiad Pato. I9tl Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, May 17, 191a Number 11 ínillUMMtMHIIII IMWMHHMMIIIIIIMIIH M i H&v'nt you Been Expect- ing to Start a BANK ACCOUNT- Been Trying to Save art Amount Sufficient to "MAKE A GOOD STAR-T/4 I If you wail for a large sum before mak- ing your "START" you will probably never get started. You doubtless know from your own ex- perience that the money which you can lay your hands on at any moment never lasts long. So start a Bank Account with' us today, we earnestly solict your Banking 3 the First State Bank Of Caitlwtii, Jjtxm9 GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING WK The Tools of the Trade are here of the best, because we cannot gel along without the best. We are ac- curate in mixing and putting up doctors prescriptions and our desjtensary is in charge of a skilled and exjKsrienced man We carry only ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

Craitchar, 8r,, Hit* Annie an spending two v« in Beevilie. of Bastrop, bai rented tl e Wiadsl building re- •eetiy occupied by Mist-rot, and will open up a dry good* store la it. J. A. bower end Sor:, fcdkupp^d <^r of cattle to the mar- ket at Fort Wortfe. and mv«b «art to parties at Melvia Friday. Mrs. Arthur Parkins was op- erated oa lor appendicitis at Hie roeideace of bar parents, Tuesday and aft present she Is doof well and the i are good (or ber speedy About 1 o at Culbereon** camp oe tbe Foster plaoe. about three iLe grading ioroes is at work ov tbe H. k T. road. Ed Herri colored, wa* shot through tb* left shoulder by aootber nefrro turned Kidd Wuite. ala "Froncbie." It seems the tw > bad bed eocue previous vrom- v bee FrencLie tcld Harria h would killed btm Harris w*- awakeuei about 1 o'clock To«* day morning when some <j*^ shifted a lautera on hit Iucp a the tent. This srok* him tip so«i as he set up is bis t.«jt, be eou Freocbie ratskig s pieto) ¿ad then the shot v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

Car Standard Cultiva- tors Jut Arrived C H E A R FINE LINE SPRING DRY GOODS FRESH GROCERIES Sm Ma Before You Buy A. Hotlng I 4 DISTRICT COURT. Trie regular fall term of the District court convened her*- Mondav morning with his hono*, Judge E. K. Sinks of Giddings, on the bench nnd District Attor ney, J. S. Jones, prosecuting fo the state. The grand jury wai- sworn in nnd empaneled as fol- lows: E, K. Carrington, B. C Newberry, R. A. Brantley, D. O Cox, A. M. Goodwin, B. Q. Jack- son, T. L. O, Phelps, John Japp, Andrew Taylor, Paul Blaha, .1 A. Love and Thomas Kraitchar, foreman. Then the Judge de- livered a plain and sensible charge, calling the attention of the jury to the faot that he had received from the Woman's Chris tian Temperance I'nion a con- in indention asking that the grand jury inquire into whether or not merchants are selling tobacco t* boys under ihe age of sixteen yearn without the written consent of parents or guardian. (J. W. Lee was appointed door bailiff for the ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

. Jtffl 1 ' . JEBPSiiS' ■v™ . 1 . Comtv PuUitthinc Co. W. W. itered at the poetoffice *t Caldwell. Tesas Advertising Rfl One insert i od 20c per inch PEK MONTH The following number of inebs must be used weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. 1 to 9% Inohs 60c per inch 10 to 80 " 50c '♦ - 30 to 50 " 45c " 50 to 100 " 40c " " Ail advertising run until ordered out. Local readers five cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Ye $1 00 (Invariably in Advance.) • The Weldon Enterprise by W. P. McComb reached our exchange ta- ble this week and is a neat paper far ahead of the town in which it is printed and lacking in support from the business interests that it should have. Burleson county today offers the poor man the best opportunity in Texas to own his own home, as lands here are much cheaper than in any other part of the state, sell- ing from $15 to $75 an acre, while the same class land in other sections is selling at double this price. Just a few more days put in swat- ting the gre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

% SYHON ARE BKITKR focal anb personal it 5TÜ3! ifci R. U. Grant of the Brazos bot- tom, wis here this week. R. E. Zeiske of the Relleville Times was a visitor here the last of the week. Juct received a oar of horses and mules for eale. ply to A. 0. (Jray. Just received, a car of hornea and tnules for sale, ply to A. 0. Gray. good Ap- good Ap- Horace Kno.'i and wife of Nav- aso In. were guests of J, It. Hett- lep and family this week. W. M. Dalrymple of Lexington has gone to Marlin to spend some time for his health. Mrs. (trover SnngBter of Nava •ota, is the guefct of Mrs. Earl Porter. A. (>. Gray returned the last of last week from Pt Worth where he purchased a car of good horses and mules. Mies Gladys Burchard, teach of stenography and typewriting in the busioesH college visited home folks in Austin Saturday and Sunday. The ball team from the Cam- eron High School came down Saturday afternoon and played a game with the team here the acore standing 14 to 0 in favor of the home te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

FUNNY CORNER * ' AHA KAtES District •«>.< County 7,50 Precinct 2.50 Turns, cash In ' advance; (positively no announcement inserted |unle#s the fee accompanies same. The Ledger is authorized to announce the following candidates for the offices named, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 27. 1912. Por Plotorial Representative 127th District, Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Payette. Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller counties. Leonard Tillotson, of Sealy For District Clerk. O. W. Grant. . -Coast? J udge. R. J. Alexander. Conntj Attorney. W. N. Hilllard. Comity Cleric. Joseph Wondrash. Tax Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. Sheriff. Lee W. Henslee. p j. Murray County Treasurer. B. F. Delamater. C. C. Collins. County Superintendent. Frank Kadanka. Mrs. Elva Duckworth Tax Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek. E. G. Jenkins. Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. S. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwaite. Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Precinct No. 6. J. N. Vavra. Commissioner Beat 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

Texas Industrial Notes. A pre-cooling plant is to be in «tailed at Houston At a cost of fltt/Hiü. A railroad is being promoted toexiacd from Austin to Look hart. The f«¥it National Bank of Killeeti h«« increased its capital stock from Jf(i6,000 to $100,000. East Tcxmh fruit growers have atarte shipping carload lots of strawberries to Northern mark* eta, It is eHtimated there will be 18,000 tons of Alfalfa, valued at 1282,000 raised in El Paso Coun- ty this y*ar. Business men of Beaumont will have a trades excursion through that section of the state. May 28 rd has been set as the date. Farmers in the vicinity of Columbus are badly in need of laborers to assist in harvesting the enormous crops. I Farmers in Cooke County are experimenting with spinless cac- tus from California with a view of introducing this plant for cattle feed. The W. F- Woolworth Com- pany of Philadelphia, has been granted a permit to do business in Te.vas, headquarters in Ft. Worth; capital stock $400.000. The fom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 May 1912

HARDWARE and GROCERIES Buck Stoves. Waukegan Wire. Elwood hog fencing. Base Ball Goods. Fishing Tackle. Black Smith Coal, i Car just Unloaded. Eck Oliver, our buggy buyer is order- ing another car Moon Bros. & Banner bug- gies this week—ask him his six months guarantee to all young single men he sells. Jno. Deere farming Implements. B.F.Avery farming Implements noon Bros. Buggies Banner Buggies Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory Wagons Our house is full of goods—we keep buy- ing—we keep selling. COME TO SEE US We Want Tour Trade We Will Treat You Right TOWN TOPICS. J. W, BUckburn, whose bead- quarters are ia Dallas, visited relatives here the first of the 9k. Mrs. E A. Ellis left Friday for Stnckdale in response ro a tele • gram announein • the serious llhiess of her mother. Mrs, J. Y Stubberfield cume down from Rogers the last of last week to visit the family of B P. Delamaier. Otto H Kloss, the popular as- sistant cashier of the First Nat- ional Bank or Bellville, spent "Sunday here...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 May 1912

Cat«blliih*cll0B4 ConooJIcMtMl Ohronlclv * * * lu0O May IB9 7 w Volunnc XXVIII AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, May 34, 1913 i Mil I MIIIHMM ¥ I •• A BANK BOOK * : Do you know a single prosperous man who does not carry one? Call to- day and get one, maké a small deposit and yau will step higher and feel more Uke a man when you go home to your •upper. Try it and see if the ''deposit habit" does'nt grow on you. This is the place, suridtwe are the people that will treat yam right the First State Bank Of Caldivoit, TJtxat GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING • , Dm If The Tools of the Trade POLITICAL CALENDAR TIME FOR HOLDING PRIMARIES AND VARIOUS CONVEN- TIONS AND MEETINGS. ure here of the best, because we cannot net al<>nn without the best We are ac- curate o mixing and putting up doctors prescription* and our desf>cnsary i in charge of a skilled and experienced man We carry only pure and fresh drugs and reliable proprietary goods, and out- va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 May 1912

fcd WotpJte «i *eeo visited Boro—to Mr. sad Mrs. Frits HIM , a fine baby. J. M. Momij vm a Lyons When to otün work call C. R- Arnold after a visit to to hrt*. Rev. H. Haas, «10 preach at t>y oaa Baaday afternoon. Prof. J. P. Collier, of Uaoo. ▼¡sited bis nepbew, f. F. Cobb tftéa felonies aad aooa for Toe eriaiaal docket up MomUjr aoroiii| faltarlas? proc*ediags bad: bevitt Woraih*, aeaaaU to morder; affirmed by tbe wart of Crimtaai Appeals aad ortewi dismissed (row dot-kvt. Caveatt Bajara, «aaeslt to •arder; rerdict of out guilty. Tomer Walter, Ujeft of ran k wntiaoed by defendeos Tom J orden, «a^auit «o sur der; dlMÓMed a« to and pleaded ruíiij to sgr*v«t* i assault, aod fined $£>. Matt Brown, s**anlt to mur- der; diemiaaeti ae to Uuti uA«-*>c* and dsfeodant allowed to p e««! guilty toaáapée assault an<l fiu*~f fSS. Will Coreo, difitii*s*<J. Al Wood, cattle sviodiiojf tbeft; plea of ituilty aurí puniflt- Mrs. Joaie Daniel, of Chipie? peattbe week with her . J. F. Cob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 May 1912

11 I . S! r. You'll be da lighted with the re- •iilu of Ctlunit Baking Powder. Mo disappoint* — bo flat, heavy, aoggy biscuits, cake, or pastry Just the lightest, daiatiest, most uniformly raised and most deli- cious food yon ever ate ■ WlMH MshMt mwarS W.rHTa Pwr «■«Mltton, i sor J. B. Hbneycut PHYSICIAN m Notice to Parent . Notice h hereby given that there is a city ordinance against i riding bicycles on the Hide walks of Caldwell. Quite a number of children, especially little girls, voilate this ordinance almost daily. If they do not stop it, ! 1 will have to arrest them. W. F. Sullivan, City Marshall. Fob Rkkt—The Walter Wer- ner home after Jnne 1st. For terms ote , apply Garret & Wrba Land Co. Mm' \ I Office in Stone A. H:oheock Drug Store. Culls answer- promptly «lay or ni«ht. Day phone 32. night pi.one *81 '• ^ / J Caldwell, Texas Monuments I have tlu> agency of tin' Bivn- ha/n Marble Works und have a nice lint- of sample books for you to select from If von want to buy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 May 1912

$|$FÍ , I m ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES W-00 County l*nt<i «'t Terms. ca* h in [advance; f positively ao announcement inserted (unless the fee aoCompanie* same. The Ledger is authorized to announce the followiug candidates for the offices named, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 27 1912. Ror Flotorial Representative 127th District, Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller counties. -'Leonard Tiu.oTson, of Sealy lotorial Representative 68 District epres,. A. C. Murray Clerk. W. Grant . J udge. R. J. Alexander. ntjr Attorney. f W. N. Hllliard. Connty Clerk. : Joseph Wondrash. tu Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. n Lee W. Henilee. F.j. Murray •County Treasurer. B. F. Delamater. C. C. Collins. .County Superintendent. Frank Kadanka. Mrs. Elva Duckworth 9u Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J. 8. Matcek. E. 0. Jenkins. Constable Product No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. S. Holmes. Arthur Adamthwaite Tor Justice ot Peace Precinct No j. W. N. Heslep Commissioner Beat 2 a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 May 1912

I i ?' : 41 MIMIIIMnilllllllMIIIIMlmilMMIMIlHHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMMIIIIIMMIMIIIIIIIIIIim me Are Here To iiimtimitniiMiinim You Are Welcome to Call und Inspect Our Complete Stock of Goods Which Are Now ===============^^ Open and Ready for Inspection 1 YOU will always find our stock clean and up-to*0ate. We don't claim to have the bifgest stock in Caldwell but we claim to Have the most up-to-date flock of varléty goods to be found in any town this size. Our stock consists of Laces, Embroideries, Ffounclngs, a variety of Dress Goods, Marquesettes, Lawns, Dress Patterns Warner's rust- proof Corsets, fien' and Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies' Lace Collars and Jabots, Men's, Ladles and Children's Hose, Ladies'* Embroidery Dresses, Dress Linens, Table Linens, Turkish and Linen Towels, Shoes, Oxfords, Slippers, Pumps, an assort- ment of White Goods and Undermuslins, Men's, Children's and Ladles' Underwear, Men's and Boys Pine Tailored Suits and Pants, Men's and Boys Neglegee Shirts, also Pongee an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 May 1912

J-LL '€ MMM&m HARDWARE and GROCERIES Buck Stoves. Waukegan Wire. Elwood hog fencing. Base Bal! Qoods. - Fishing Tackle. Black Smith Coal, i Car just Unloaded. Eck Oliver, our buggy buyer is order- ing another car Moon Bros. & Banner bug- gies' this week—ask him his six months guarantee to all young single men he sells. Jno. Deere farming Implements. B. F. Avery farming implements noon Bros. Buggies Banner Buggies Mitchell Wagons. Old hickory Wagons Our house is full of goods—we keep buy- ing—we keep selling. COME TO SEE US ¡3? 6* 6* £Sr i ¡3* (5*r S* a* ■k We Want Your Trade n$$enltinl> We Win Treat Yon Right St S* G* TOWN TOPICS. Walter Werner, of Bellviile, returned home ttnnday front visiting friends here. ■_ __ Mrs. O. E. Karnes of Plum, visited the family of her parents here this week. Graduating ExercU . 3X£^4X£-35C£miK£« T. W. ParUhill and T. H. Brewer visited in Temple Satur day. Mrs. Jack Feagin, returned to fcio Vista Saturday after visiting ,felativM here. -f? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

| v ' y&■' ■ ■ - Ufó ' - '' N«w Cstabllshad l«04 CowoUdgtad Chronlcl* • ' IbOO May l 07 ' *• AND NEWS-CHROINICLE -•cut-r B«aullu d la o 7 ConaolldataM pal , lOtl Volumne XXVIII i * i * 4 % •> IIIIHIIMIMIHIIMIIIIMHIIM# A BANK BOOK Burlatoa County, Texas, May 31, 191a Number 13 Do you know a single prosperous men who does not carry one? Cell to- day end get one, melee e small deposit and you will step higher end feel more Uke e man when you go home to your supper. Try it and see if the ''deposit habit" does'nt grow on you. This is the piece, and we ere the people thet will treat you right i The First State Bank m Of CaMaftii, 7j0xaa A RANTY FUND B AN K 10 OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING «SÉI w The Tfpls oi the Trade re hue gi the best, because we Cannot " njc without the best. We are uc- "ii mixing and putting a p doctors itiSns and Kur (laspenMiry in in jv"of á ski)le(}_>mlcxitctd''nc¿d mar .ml frcali^lriiSH jn i iviHvJÍ.«. íí>iwio out- value all others in the value we tflve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

> — L SÉ } * Tki Measure Social, at Lyons. The Ladies Horn® Minion Society, of Lyons, gave a "Measure Sócial" on the church I¿awn, Thursday night last, Slay 23, which wat well attended by the home people and our highly esteemed frienda of Cald- well and 8omerviile. We re- gret not being able to give the names of these parties, but space «ni pot «Mow, Mid « Will only say thst Mr. and lira. Duck- worth and son, Bryan, and the Calvin, 6t Caldwell, here, and quite a crowd, numbering we suppose aliout thirty, of bommerville'a lively young people, chaperoned by Sire. Chambers, were here to the enjoyment of all. The ladiea prepared an ahun- dant supply of cake and punch to insure1 one feature of enjoy- ment, on which mauy compli- ments were heard: The serving began about 9:46 o'clock, i na- med iatly after recitations by Miss Troupie Fletcher, sister of. the Factor's wife, and Miss Floy Dunn, and continued tin tit about 10—80. being aboot one hundred and twenty-five served. But one of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

TEST OPPORTUNITY FOR ECONOMICAL BUY GREATEST VALUES—GREATEST REDUCTIONS IS OMMENCES SATURDAY, JUNE 1st AND CONTINUES UNTIL JUNE 30th, 1912 Thousands of dollars worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings will be sold without the slightest regard to what they cost. It means a saving of one-third to one-half on every dollar you spend at this Great Introduction Sale. wiD be so WE HAVE^ MADE EX 1 fcNSlVE ARRANGEMENTS for this great event by spending a soBd week going through our entire stock and reducing prices on every article in the house. This sale it held to introduce ilIlM W tewmtfl * ••aeonable merc™an™se • It is a permanent rule of our business never to carry goods over from one season to another. To this end we will offer unusual buying opportunities in , rtj embrace so many lines, that regardless of what you may need you will find a large line to select from. Special Sfale arrangements have been made to take care of the - , , - , . tt « j. ji®*1® •"fv .for in a sale of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

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