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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

4 The weather iu this section has been favorable for farm work, and the farmers art) all well up with their work. All crops are looking well, but corn is beginning to need rsin. Quite a nice program was rend- ered by the pupils of the 8unda> school at the Methodist church last Sunday, the occasion being the observance of "Childrens Day." An offering was asked for and a nice little sum was ob- tained. A, Love is attending District Conference at I^exington this Week. Miss Leoma Matejowsky who has been attending the normal school at 8an Marcos nd Miss Clara Matejowsky who has bsen ^•attending the 8am houston Nor- mal school at Huntsville, and Miss Marie Love who has been teaching school in Borden ooun ity, have returned to their homes ito spend the summer. Tom E. Chills, Fever, Malaria and Bilious Fever when you can pos itively cure your*elf with 8T NIC0DEM18 CHILL TONIC It is guaranteed. Price 25c. THAT HEADACHE Neuralgia and any pain what- ever, promptly relieved by ST NICA DEM US...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

M M: I i i- m ■ r. Co. — Entered at the postoffice *t Caldwell. Texas, m second-class mail matter. Advertising R«t s • One Insertion 20c per inch PER MONTH The follow in |f number of inehs must be > used weekly to ubtain tbee monthly rate. 1 to 9% Inch* 80c per inch 10 to 80 - 60c • " 30 to 50 " 45c " " ; 50 to .100 M 40c •« " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year Si.OO nvariably, in Advance.) 8 ' TEXAS CATTLE. The Texas steer fills the larder of the civilized world; provides boots and shoes for the rich and poor of two hemispheres, and our dairy pro- ducts are a factor in the world's trade. No Texas product is so well and favorably known as that of our live stock industry. The Texas steer is a close student of the markets and has shown more business instinct than any other animal. From a reckless pioneer of the plains he has forged his way to the mastery of the world's mar- kets and has transformed himself f...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

focal ano personal ftappemngt y. of tfrc meeh. Mise Alice McMillan lian re- turned from Cleburne, where she taught school the punt year. Fou Sale—A tine young Jersey cow with her tirst calf. Apply to Dr, A. H. Poster. Mrs. Mary Allen of Hearne, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. B. Oliver. When you think of refrigera- tors, think of the Caldwell Furniture Company, They have any kind you want. R. 8. Uowers and Joe fccott, left Tuesday for Lexington to attend the Methodist confer- ence. t Manufacturers of automobiles reccommend the use of Devoe's Polishing Oil on the bodies of finely finished maohines. Only a small amount required and the finish is preserved. Handled by the Caldwell Furniture Company. Mre. Dave Black has returner1 from spending a few days with relatives in Chriesman. Walter Montague ami family spent several days with friends and relatives in Milano this week, Sthaykd Off—One black * ^ Bare mule about l-'l handa hiííh i branded on lefi jaw. Do not know brand. One bay ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

Saz * I 1 wiSi focal anb personal gj. fVJpptningt ef th* «eh. When you want a good Cistern callón Urabow, Mi*s Bfullie Vinton of Hunts- ville is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. S. Doufflaas. J. C. Jones returned Tuesday from vibitioir the family of Walter Werner in Bellville. Mrs. B. C. Newberry came up from Lyons Wednesday to visit Miss Maude James. Contraetor McCullough ha8 completed his grading contract lor the H. & T. C. road two milec south of here. C. Z. Nelms and Hubert Womble hsve each received a new oar thus making the numbet of automobiles in the county 86. Hiss Mattie Williams who haK been visiting the family of Henr\ E Smith, returned to Rockrial* Wednesday. W, C. Rundzieher and family o Chriesman have moved into tin Phiip residence in West Caldwel where they will make their home Miss Tracia Matcek who ha.* •pent several mouths in Sai Antonio as a practical nurse in here to spend a month will home folks. Commissioner's court was it session last week as a board o equal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

50c ijhufitji, & price 39c* Id inch Flouncing, 25c quality, sale price 19c Fine Embroidery Edgings, and Inserting , 15c and 12 1-2 quality, sale price A 9c 10c quality Embroidery and Insertings, per yaid .7c 20c quality Embroidery, sale price 15c 8 l-3c quality Embroidery, sale price 6c 5c and 6c quality Embroidery, per yard .4c laces 10c and 12 l-2c quality .Sale Price, per yard .8c 8 1-3 quality, sale price, per yard 7c 5c ami 6c quality, sale price, per yard 4c A lot of special Val Laces, worth 5c, sale price, 2 yds. for. .5c ALLOVER LACES $1.00 quality, per yard 79c 75c quality, per yard, .59c 65c quality per yard 48c 50c quality, per yard 39c CURTAIN GOODS Fancy Curtain Scrim, double width, worth 12 1 -2c, at.. 8 l«3c White Swiss for Curtains, 12 I-2c quality, sale price. .8 l-3c CURTAINS Fine Lace Curtain, cream and white, $1.00 quality, sale price 89c $1.25 quality Lace Curtains, sale price 98c $2.00 quality Lace Curtains, sale price $1.49 $2.50 quality Lace Curtains, sal...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

.apfc* - 4ü?.¿. llMIMIMMmiUlHHlnnHiiiinimMUimii i Sale Opens, Saturday, Jnne 1 [ J* I 1 . * , * 1 < i í *¿ I*. ' \ ■If; ■ & V. f [t í '<r i i. Vr '4 4 11 . ' ■ SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 1st, promptly al 9 o'clock our doors will swing back on a scene of.bargaia brilliance and splandar never equalled in Caldwell's history. A stupendous and marveleus landslide of merchandise, comprising the world's most famous product* marked at prices that will cannonade this city from center to circumference. A high grade stock of over fifteen thousand dollars * worth of crisp, new spring and summer goods to be distributed In the homos of the people of Burleson and surrounding counties at prices that üave never been equalled or heard of before. Every man woman and child is invited to attend this event True to our repu- tation we will protect every buyer and our guarantee goes with every piece of merchandise that leaves the store. We shall refund money to any purchaser whatsoever. No one can aff...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 May 1912

1 PS^R I X ' t \ . * V \. f t ■ i ? : • • III,III I II' HARDWARE and GRCOERIES i Buck Stoves. Waukegan Wire. Elwood hog fencing. Base Ball 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. P. 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 r We Want Yrar Trade V We Will Treat Ton Right TOWN TOPICS. Miss Alma Calhoun visited friends in Chriesman this week. Henry Ruby of Cameron, at- tended court here this week. R. F. Fields was up from the Bracos bottom Tuesday attend- ing court. FOR HALE—My new bunga- low residence in Weet Caldwell. Apply to Cliff Douglass. Mrs. C. W. Bullock, returned >e last of last week from Pales - where she had oeen to attend he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

mm é N«w Bat ablljihfd ISB4 Conaolld«t*d Chronlol* ' luOO Mav IS0T AND NEWS-CHRONICLE vasaagarMLw Volumnc XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June 7, 191a Number 14 Chopped Heed With Hoe. MiiMiiimiiiimimni tnnniiiiiiniiiiimne 1 Way Are Yoi Goln6 ? < Are you saving or falling behind? It is to your interest to give this matter serious consideration. You can't begin to go forward until you begin to save money. Make up your mind today to open a bank account with us, today is the time while prospects are good «nd everything is in a flourishing condition to make preparations for the day of adversity. Remember we want your, busi- ness and offer every courtesy con- sistent with safe and sound banking The First State Bank OrpALDWCLL, TEXAS Guarantee Fund Bank & 7 The Tools oi the Trade ore here of the best, because we cannot get along without the best. We are ac- curate in mixing and-putting up doctors prencription* and our desjiensary is in charge of a skilled and experienced ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

t ' _ , I# MMIHHHMHIMM ! ¿mr 8unday afternoon at 5 9<fc SiBJEtT—"The Wiadom Faith." Lkadeu—Robert Houston. Opening Song by Choir. Schipti rk Lfsson—Daqiel ii. 14 18; 27-30; Acts xiii, 1-8. So so—Choir. Prayer. TSOUBLKbOMB DBIAW-^m Duckworth. Daniel ContrMted with the other Wise Meo of Babjlmi- Marie Stone Daniel's Victory not an Indi vidual Achievement—Guy Doug- § f I 11* w - Wednesday night the ' of John Lednicky, Wk near Merle waa deatrqged by fire while his four children were fouad drowned in an under ground cistern. The mother was also found nearly drowned and unconscious in which condi- tion shs bae remained up to the |ime ws went to prsss. The husband was at Marie at the time, and there was no on •t home except Mrs. Lednicky jMd the four small children. If *í e recovers consciousness, ean dear op the whole matter as to how the horrible affair hap- pened. The house was dicover ed to be on Are by ber father-in- law and be ran there, but was net by a dog that bit him aod he ra...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

I® t A v * ¥ KE;íf •" yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiinL ROSENWASSER'S GREAT! Introduction Sale IS NOW ON, Thousands of Dollars worth oi Dry Goods, i Chfthmt, Shoes and Fnrnishints are beinf : sold without the slightest regard to what : they cost. It means a saving of ONE- I THIRD to ONE-HALF en every dollar yon : spend at this Great Sale. There is a world ; of bargains to be picked out of splendid i seasonable merchandise. We Guarantee : every transaction in thif sale. Everything | is jest as represented or yon get your money i back and there'll be no argument sse An uapa is a blot on .ved*, theci business street community. Cheap notoriety will retard the growth of auyjcity. Hig payrolls] are mbre essential to a community than big bank accounts. The saddest words] of J tongue or pen, "The, city that stood still." i "Make haste slowly." "Build only with a solid foundation, be honest and industrious and suc- cess is sure to follow." Some cities are as clay2¿in man's hands...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

V: üi IPI í,| 'WrH ' lió* NT í Hn^ >: v i-' -■'i"--. •1 fcffl - ' .\ É$f'¿ Wmm Burleson County Pabüsbiaf Co. W. W. KAWmm, waiter. Enterad at the poetofflee *t Caldwell. Texas, as Kcond-class mall matter. Adv rtlalng Rates •One Insertion— 20c per inch PKR MONTH The following number of inehs must be •weed weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. 1 to inch Jt ...80c per inch 10 to 80 " 60c •' M 30 to 60 •« 46c " " JO to 100 •• .. - 40c 44 44 All advertising run until ordered oat. Local readers five cento per line each insertion Subscription Per Tear Sl-00 (Invariably in Advance.) HOW THE FLY DOES HARM. Those who are waging war on the flies speak of the fly as the fly that "will not wipe his feet" It is a good rough phrase to attack atten- tion, but unfortunately the fly does wipe his feet. He wipes his feet on the food you eat, on the faces and lips of our sleeping children. He is a frequenter of offal; the femal fly lays her eggs in the manure pile. The flies in millions settle on the r...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

= = k focal attb personal Qappming* .1, I of tfre roeefe. y¿ Calvine Rankiu, of Rreuhum, visited the family of W. W. ltau- kin* Saturday and Sunday. CM£ Douglans and family ha ve moved to Roaebud, where he haw accepted a potition as Manager, In a furniture «tore PoR Balk—Walking beam pumfTWith 4 horse power gaso- line engine, belting etc., whole out-fit for 1150. Apply to W. 8. Birnett. W. G. Hundley and family, bave returned to Temple, after visiting relative here. Tommie Houston, returned Saturday from visiting relatives in Efackholta. it •— • Miss Jeffa SiiupHun chaperon, ed little Misses Alma and Robert Bimpson and Elma Damron, to Chriesman, where, with several pf their little friends they en- joyed a nice outing Monday. t 1 Manufacturers of automobiles reccomtnend the use of Devue's Polishing Oil on the bodies of finely thiUhe*) machines. Only a small amount required and U.e finish is preserved. Handled by the Caldwell Furniture Company. Mrs. P. (I. Simpson, baa re- turned from...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

üN>. L. O. Murder TriiL i i. * The esse of L. O, Barnes, charged with manslaughter, wis be¿un Monday morning. It was • trsnsfered eaae from Andrson, O rimes county. liarnet was charged with the killing of Cecil M. Hall, in the town of Bedias of that county la the early pert of October, 1908. The oase was tried once there, end resulted in a verdict of guilty of manslaughter and the punishment assessed at con- finement in the penitentiary for ten years. The case was ap- pealed tf^jlfee eourt of Criminal Appeals which finally gave a new trial. The District court of Crimes county, on its own motion, transferred the case to this county. The prosecution •was represented by District at torney J. S. Jones, J. P •Buchanan of Brenham, and Judge Gordon Boone, of Corpus Christi, while the defense was represented by Judge A. S. Fisher of Georgetown, Judge T. P. Bufiington and Carl T. Har- per of Anderson and J. R. Heslep -and T. J. Carter. ^ There were 260 witnesses from Orimes and Madison co...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

m mm ^:;^|fPpPP ^rrr,., " 1 ■. iiiiii 1 1 * • In the Levinson Forced SaIe~Now On A fiwly scene awaits you—Bargains, Bargains, everywhere, from front to back. Ererythinf marked and ticketed with frices never equalled or heard of before. Come |et your share while stock holds out and fines remain on- broken Here below are a few of the thousands of food thiols offered. Assortment of 5 cent and 6 cent Fabrics 10 cent and 12 1-2 cent Dress Goods 25 cent and 35 cent Tissues Now 3k 39 cent and 48 cent Foulards Now Lotus and Scotch Lawns, cool and the colors are absolutely fast. About twenty pieces to lioik* your selection' from. Never oflWed for less than Si*, often sold attic and 0 l;2c aI lit your choice now 8 cent and 10 cent Embroideries Now 7k 19c 29c A beautiful collection of Batestes, Lawn , Ghambrays in an. endless collection of colors; also Ginghams and Cheviots ranging in price from 9c to 12 cents, priced now " i 7k 25 cent and 35 cent Muslin Underwear Almost any oolor you can thi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 June 1912

A. Í ■m. i IMÜÍ WARE and GRCOERIES Buck Stoves. Waukegan Wire. Elwood hog fencing. Base Ball Goods. m 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 mm r We Want Your Trade V- We Will Treat Yoa Right mmmwmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm TOWN TOPICS. i mu The city this week had a new coat of oil and graphite put on the «tend pipe, thus greatly im- proving its appearance aa well as protecting it from rusting. Suocess comes to those who are willing to stand by their etsndards=who ere ready to en- dure the siege of misjadtfraent— who are prepared to (ace the fire of criticism and to accept defeat until they become vaccin- a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

H w r- atiesan % v f ""v'-ü N*w« eaiabllahfd l«B4 Conaolldaiad Chronlcl* ' • IBOO JVlay ISO 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June 14, 191a Mlllllllllllllllllllllll MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIH Forward or Backward i Which Way Are Yob Golnft? Are you saving or falling behind? It is to your interest to give this matter serious consideration. You can't begin to go forward until you begin to save money. Make up your mind today to open a bank account with us, today is the time while prospects are good and everything is in a flourishing condition to make preparations for the day of adversity. Remember we want your busi- ness and offer every courtesy con- sistent with safe and sound banking The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS Guarantee Fund Bank Haryfcpod-Porter. Sunday afternoon at the resi- dence of Mrs. Lizzie Porter, her daughter, Miss Carrie und I. E. Harwood of Ben Arnold, were happily married, Rev. W. S. Lackey performing the cere- mony. It was a qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

visited relatives this . Lyon, was a 8oiuerville ra Tuesday. Mrs, Frank Stamps, ot Melviu, guest oí relativas, Gome and gat a 15 cent rnag- at Lieberman's free of Bev. Ott and sou, Charlie, ÉBrenham, are visiting J. C. •band fflftaily. L. W. Henslea, made a busi- tPoati trip to Belfcon the first oí the week. ———■i in ——i—— 8 E. Neal, of Lorena, visited , ••friends" here the first of the week. Mrs, Carroll D. Wood, (Jule Mel ver) of Pine Bluff, Arkansas Is the guest of relatives. Miss Annie Stockton has gone to Denton to attend the summer normal school there. - Miss Alma Bigggers, of near Lexington, is attending the state C:,iy summer normal at Denton, Misa Birdie Borers, has gone to Trenton, Tennessee, to spend the summer with-home folks. 8ee the Sanitary Bottling Works, Alford's, for good soda water. « Mrs. W. W. Rankin, leftTues- day night for Huntsville, to visit her sister, Mrs. Victor Collett. Bev. J. M. Lewis came up from Somerville and attended the pie* nic at Gee Springs Tue...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

I m <" i -1 i t Joe Dedek. Joe Dedek of Rosenberg au n >unoea hiuiHeif a candidate fur representative from the 127 fl ttoriul diairict which is coui- poeed of the cctfffttieq of AtiMiitt, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette. Fort Hend, Lee and Waller. Mr. Dedek is a native of Nelsonville. Austin couuty, but lived tbe greater part of his life in Hur e •on. He attended the High School at Caldwell winning ttr*: honors of hi* class when he graduated nfter which he went to Sam Houston Normal where he graduated with honor after which he taught in the rural schools of Austin and Burleson counties. He also atteuded the business college at Tyler, and completed the commercial course and became stenographer aud book keeper for a lund and development com pan v at Algoa. He is i:j the very prime of life for good active work, in full, •k^pialified for the offi'♦ which he see^s find if elected will no doubt make a highly satisfactory representative. MM MM Mill z jj^SS Sunset Days of Our ■Hj Forced S...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 June 1912

%t Caldwell, Texas, nattar. v rtl lng 80s per inch PER MONTH r (oliowinji number of Inch must be weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* !■/ inoiui Wo per Inch .. ...'2 fiOo " M ,10 u 45c " M !90 « '"."T." 40c " •' All advertblug run until ordered out. readers Ave cents per line each * •««, Per Tear tl 00 (Invariably in Advance.) — i you keeping your premis e of rubbish and in a sanitary condition? If not, not? Better cut your weeds and sprinkle a little lime around. >u want to be a good citizen, to say a good word for ir town and be a knocker. We ve the best little town in Texas, you should be proud of it, and it every opportunity you get. fyou are not satisfied with it you to move. more real estate chang- in Burleson county at íe than has been before and increasing in value, and prices advancing all the t|me. Right is the time to buy a home, for i lew years the price of land here, i well as elsewhere, will be doubled lvalue. HÜH _ been done about the Looks like its about ¡various c...

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