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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 July 1912

rr m; m" w T f wlf & at the yojjr. oil the iliel o n paj«r i your cAnu* in it behind- Burleson Covnty m # N*uf« r'nilablUHed lc*84 Cnrr ollrmti d ChronlcU- ' * ' I«>J O <VI#«v HJO 7 iVolumne XXVIII AND 1NEVA/S-CHROINICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, July 5, 191a UAcltfar Batnbllahed IB0 7 Conaoiidaiect H b. IOII Number 18 Down Deep In Your Pocket I J the coins nre aching for freedom. They exert an influence over you to be put into circulation, and there is no temptation to spend money need- lessly when it is in the bank. Try it, start an account now with whatever surplus you have. Today is the time and this is the place. Call and see us. The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TF.XAS GUARANTEE FUND BANK No Other Business Than Banking Big Barbecue Fight First Bale of 1912 Cotton. Last Wednesday there was a barbecue for the colored people out on tVdir Creek and during the day there was a free fight, for nil, whic^ esulted rather seriously for severe I of them. Hen Alexander (...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 July 1912

:S , J. L. Glddiogs Isft Tuesday on trip to Dallas and Ed Brynoer returned to Cbrles Tuesday alter a bu niñees trip to Caldwell. T, B. Skrabanek and family have returned from a ten days visit to Marlin and Waoo, R, S. Newsom and R. H. Grant were Brasos bottom visitors here Monday A M. B. Parker and family of the Brasos bottom were visitors here Sunday. W. J. Harris returned the last óf last wesk from a business trip to McGregor and Dallas. Mrs. George M. Johnston ana children visited relatives in Can) eron this week. Mlssss Dora and Ethel Henslee returned Monday from visiting relatives in Lyons and Somer ville. Abert Herbst, cashier of the 6an Benito Banlc and Trust Company, of San Benito, is hei visiting his parents. Method Prazdral of Waco candidate at large for congress was bere Monday looking after his interests. „. s , J. R. Hartgraves returned Sunday lo Anderson where be has the contract for putting up a fine brick building. m ill E. S. Bowers and family went Monday afternoon ...

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

1 m' r Will., on Iftturdty ' July 6th «ell round trip ticket* to Uulvi^itonutul to lLoumtou Round trip ticket* will he on «aje for fains arriving tiulvesfan an<l 11 oust' in eveqiHK «Í Saturday, Julv o, and morning of Sunday, July 1. Tick-it* will be limited to .vtoaduy, July a, 11'12, for iiuul rt-tetro. ILttc froi«Caldwell . .. .. #2.50 Rate* from Lyons J.*0 Rate lrom < hrii anan 2.75 Ed. Mason Agent Very Serious It 1 a very «er.outs ttuMr..- to aik irr one mcáicinc .-rul have th ; wronjr or*,c |,"-'-cn y i. For this rc•-■sen v/o v:.;t y.. In bu>iog to be carcíui to pr.t the genuine— BLAc¥-Kte'" Liver Medicine The r pt'tat: >n of this old, relJ'*- ble medicino, í :r constipation, in- digcfcaon and hver trouble, is firm- ly established. li does nof imitate other medicines. It id better than others, or it would net be the ft- vonte liver powder, with a larger sale than ¡.¡1 others combined. SOLD IN T VN F2 ran I Imivc ínstall 'fi an l-;ic «.trie Iron in my e|p' i¡intr &l...

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

J. II. Murray wa« up frum i on buvloeee Monday, O vieit horn* J, C. Kleb «pent the later part the week in Lexington. A. Wallace, oí Rockdale, on legal buftnesa Mon- T. J. Carter w h up from 8om- erville on legal business Wednes- day. Mrs. John Kocourek of Booth, la vltiting the family of Thoa. Kraitchar. Mi , L, W. Hmislee returned Wedneeday from visiting in l^yona and Somerville. Miaa Carrie Kleb returned Monday after viaiting in Rock- dale and Lexington. Miaa Annie Gerland of San M&rcoa, waa the gue#t of Miaa Nor Kleb r>hia week. Mra. J. W. Pouter and children of Shiro, apent the week with the fabiily of W. W. Rankin. Miaaea Louella and Louine Lodpn of Nacodochea visited the family of J. H. Porter this week. ftfiaaea Katie apd Mint ie Egbert, of Cameron, are the gueets of Mra. 6. M. Johnston. Miaaea Mabel Chambers ard Ima Terrell of Hnlletavflle. aie the guest8 of Mrs.IL. W. Hena* lee. j ■ Mra. Georgia Kerry ¿who ha been visiting the family of J. B. Billiard returned to Dal...

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

i I * ÍM k * •% ► m jáK The Fifth Sunday Meeting of the Little River Baptist As soot- *tion met last Thursday with the ohuroh at Hix end cloeed Sunday evening. The following mini* tere were in attendance: lteve. W. 8. Lackey, pastor. A. N Pledger, W „ C. Brown of Sainar* villa; J, J. Wester, Jone Prairie, W. A, Parker, Guuse, Rev. Clifton of Waco. Rev. Uarbey of Walker Creek. The meeting was a very sue eessful one as may be judged from the fact there were nine ad- dition to tbe church 8unday evening-ut the clone. The time and place of the next meeting have not yet been selected. L O. O. F. Installation. Lust Tuesday evening nt their hall here the I.„U. O. K. lodge instad4* officers as follow*: C. A. Hherrill, N. G.; Alex Duckworth, V. (1.; J.F. Wondrash,Secretary: Oliver Teague, Ward; W. C. 1)unaway,Cond: C.lladdox, 0.8 G.; Androw Taylor, I. 8. G.; D W, Burns, tt. 8. X. (J.; H.AIford L. 8. N. G ; ('. M. Mitchell, R. 8 V. G.; J. L. Burns, L. S. V. G.; J. M. I>ean, L. 8. 8..; J. P....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 July 1912

By County W. W. RANKIN Publishing Co. N, Wemjcr. iv* at the postoffice *t Caldwell, Texas, m seconc-cUsa mall matter. ¡M "f 1-, M Advertising Ratea One Insertion 2Qe per Inch i'EK MONTH The followlntf number of inehs must be need weekly to obtain thee monthly rale. 1 to 9\ iiii'li «Oc Per inch 10 to 80 SOc " " 30 to 60 " 450 « SOU) 100 'v 40e " M All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cents par line each insertion Subscription l'er Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) THE FARMER A CONSERVA- TIVE JUDGE. Texas farmers are progressive and are practicing progressive methods of farming. Wonderful changes have taken place during the past few years in farm manage- ment. Improved farming equip- ments have taken the place of ihe old. Improved breeds of live-stock have been substituted for the long- horn cow and razor back hog. A better grade of poultry occupies the roost of the dunghill fowl. In truth we are living in a new era— an era of greát progressiveness. The one-crop...

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

y KfgBfp Our Rural Staff Briefs. Crop* are «II looking flue now. J.\ C. White And family were visitors to Hogg tliiH week. Charlie Martiniale and family of Second Creek were visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Kmll Faust and wife were visitors to Caldwell Sunday. The i*e cream supper at J. H. DunawHy's Friday night wati well at'ended and all had a fine time, Quits a crowd from here at- tended the barbecue at the San Antonio hall Monday. ;The Porter's Prairie and Old well b ll teams played a wvme of base ball last M< ndny. tbe «core standing 9 t<> 5 it: favor of the Caldwell team. Mins Fannie Jncubik is very sick with typhoid fever. Jimmie ^iraington and his sis- ter, Mrs Minnie Turner visited relatives at Roekdnln Saturday and Sunday. liob«M't <-ox and his two sisters, M sshh K**i * and Lola, and Webb Prioe of Hookerviil*. attended the sinning at W 10. Turner $ Sundiiv nijilit. (. U S'unly of ti-' r Oiddit.jjs was a vi itor htTt «m-• * w k Much '* >rt«'r nisd Nelson Hou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 July 1912

mm ■■ 1 was a Homer- Sat ii relay. bottle Hodn water at Buttling Work*. and cantaloupe* tifu h on the market was a tine rain in thie vicinity last Thursday >n. mfimM Werner and wife oame Bellville Saturday to Ives and friends. Addie Permenter who is Miss Lillie Smith went irville Saturday to visit da for a few day . Mise Emma Prince has return from Crete, Nebraska, where spent three months witL ives, is aloat a certainty nov. irleson county will hav« abundant supply of hog ant. this winter. H. R, Kelly and family oi lie, after visiting rela- i here for the past week re- home Sunday afternoon. Dr. A. H. Foster and family Sunday to visit relatives it They were accompanied . Mildred Peterson, who i visiting them. , Mrs. J. F. Cobb spent f s the first of the week . M. Goodwin and wife of i^ ire was a fine barbecue at lony Friday and a larg* rd in attendance. It was one ' the most enjoyable barbecues 1 given there. Eon. C. B. Randeil, candidate the United States Senat* here Friday aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 July 1912

" S" . ' at th* date « p- y o u • aatiu* on tht label on you ■ per eojiu in if Wdnd urles «1 olumne XXVIII «84 Con olld«l d I09O /¥%my ISO 7 AND INEWS-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texis, July ia, 191a a iw Money Helps the Man Big Frenstat Barbecue. !€ Ioney In the bank Ia more than monee. The manw 1 a bank account is sv!Jom out of em- ployment. His thrift is recog- nized. It makes hill* a good workman. ri a man is to be sel- ected for proirotion -the man with tlx bankVccount is apt to he chosen H" is looked no us hehig reliah e and tlWfitv, In- is a good citiríwn. 'filis bank soli. il*, '.ho ac<o..ntsof «vage earners, far- mers. merchants an I ;ii! others vvlio wis! tol)**coiiii' prosperous. h does n >t mat- ter I low -..nil! your first d.posit may be. it will be none the Ksn appreciated at The First State Bank O* CAL.DWÜÓL, TE.XA5 utfns.ttTfaz'.'Mtt&vmtrnr*- v >■*«. • --* 'awrsrv^aww-j Took Some Cantaloupes Satur My ight the officers n, .. , . * I On Monday the...

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

persona! happenings of thr ipcch. unan m ■ mi . O A wait returned to Round Tuesday ufrer viaiting the of Rev. D. (J. Hnwers. iu W Ui Paper at Cald- well Furniture Co. Mr*. O. W, Mi inn nu and little •oil returned Wednesday from in Somerville. WiU Black of Newman, Cali- fornia. is here visiting his par- t Mr. aud Mrs. Dave Black. Newton ('hurchill has return- •d from visiting in Palacios, Corpus Chfisti, San Antonio and other points. J. R. Brewer has overhauled the two-story residence of E. P. Mueller and greatly improved its appearance. 15 per cent discount on Re- frigerators at Caldwell Fur- niture Co. Hays Bowers and Hubert ,Wombie left Wednesday foi Marlin where they will spend u few days recuperating. R. M. Perdu and wife havt irned from an extended visit to friends in Deport and Clarks. ville. White Roses and—Pink W It has been detíniteiy settled that the H. A T. C- road will have a depot iu the town of Deanville. Well, if you want a good arici neat job of tin work—go to J. E. ...

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

:JP m* 1 ■ ■' — iUt of Lands «ad Lets Delinquent si 1912, for the taxes of 1911 oaly, in Borlesoo County. WrtOOLDAuafOFOBuM |M*1 He m jg ■ I / ' Retui y Geo. M. Johnston, Tax Collector Chrisman. V ChrUroan, 1^****" -Out, Will «¡s Number One crlptlen 3-4 urres... Vb*t. 102, A. Dyklér, SO acres eal Caldwell, 1 lot. West Caldwell. Pt. Alg.and-Sr,. . , Abut, asi, Wm. Ten)pier, 54 " Lt w*rence 3 2 aerea... 3-4 «ores. tmmmm $ 3 0. 4 2: 3 21 9 83 2 7y 3 91 1 52 1 It 4 7- 3 42 4 22 3 4* 4 (N 77 3 49 3 45 Oreeñt^ina. . .Went Caldwell, H and L Guvton, Ann, I'M Went Caldwell. H and L Ab*t. 24S. J. C. Walker. 72 acres. , Jame Abut. 171, H. McKeen, 50 aures Petar Abet. S7, F. Smith l acre Virgin Abat. A7, F. Smith, 14 acres Malone, Ed Abst. 269, Wm. Mason, 80 acres Monson, Jno. Alwt. 57, F. Smith, l-¿ acre Manual, Naransas Abat. 34, A. Kuykomlall, 30 acres Newton, Huuire Abst. 203, Joe Heed, JW acre* Ragsdale, S CJ Abst. 31, W. P. Huff, ISO acres " " Abst. 6, j do Bird, 50 acres '• •• Abst. 44, ...

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

Ins R«tM ... ffte per inch MONTH mber of inch tbae monthly _.80o par inch 80o*'4* 4Be " M 40c •• M ma until ordered out. Local readers Ave oenU per line each •tíos Per Tear ti.00 (Invariably in Advance.) iiisSIP lifK fe- 1. Your home merchants can duplicate the price made by any ible concern anywhere on of equal quality, in the same quantities and on the same basis of delivery and payment. 2. You can examine your pur- chases in tbe home stores and be assured of satisfaction before in- vesting your money. 3. Your home merchants are always ready and willing to make right any error or any defective article purchased. 4. Your home merchants help support, through direct and in- direct taxation, your schools, churches and other public institu- tions. 5. Yojr home merchants help make a good local market for everything you have to sell, and that market—more than any other factor—gives your land its present «, value. 6. Your home merchants are your good friends, ever ready to extend a helpin...

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

« / said that people are judged 0^ the clothes they ~ ear. This may be said about some merchants when i t comes to stationery that they use. Let us show you a line of stationery that we can print you. Not How Cheap But How Good That Is the Way we Figure You, Mr. Merchant, can not expect to build upa trade on a cheap line of goods—just Qfc so with us. \Yc will do you St a neat job <>n the best paper (5^ money can buy. Satisfaction St (1 on every job we • S* . ... ma . " guarantee! print. fcr/ o The ledger Phone 36 Caldwell, Tex mmmwmwmw ri m WebsterS New INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERR1AM WEBSTER? • NEW CREA- *" TION, covering every Held ct the world' thought, action and culture. The only lien* unabridged dictionary in mm? year . D,,,..,. it define over 4on,non Wiiri/.i; more than ever before •ppewrrd between two 00ver*, «ruó 0000 //- lustration*. Rnrtni* I' i th« ""'y dictionary „ wth the new divided Very Serious It Is a very seriour matter to ask lor one medicine and have t...

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

• s ud fiaest of ia tie way Cream, Cold .1 -t— door to Poakoffieo — Cecal anb Personal eappffliwgs W of I wwtfc. W 15% off on Refrigerator*. On r a lew left. Caldwell Furniture The norther that arrived the of Uwt week has apparently broken the baokbone of summer. P. J. Hkrabanek went Tuesday to Waco where ha will take the course in Toby's business col- lege. We match your pictures with suitable frames aud mats and our prions are reasonable for good work. Caldwell Fur- niture Company. Mrs. Buttie Merrin and grand- daughter, UenlH, returned Tueo. day from visiting at Sylvan Beach. Will McArtbur who has recent- ly been residing in Nebraska is koine to spend same tims resting and recreating. Book Fred The Adler-i-ka book, telling how you can EASILY guard against appendi- citis, and how you can relieve const i- potion or gas on the atomach IN- STANTLY, is offered free this week by Stone ic Hitchcock. J. W. McArtor came up from Somerviile Wednesday and at- tended the funeral and burial of...

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

Brymer Briefs. • |i IM||||||||||||| ma|||||||||ni||mm||||||«|mi i* ' ir' rr" flRPnWn • nrr^rWiWm" •"^ Cookes Point Pointers. ie ear'^tr^ .'live neurlv a I \ all lie« i burnt uj^by thu dry w^ntlit.M unci t i rrg* nttH&énff rain vary much, tint^ «un h totting Mri^w. H. Poole and family of Victoria, are viaitinj; relative* liere thin week. F. M. Poole and family of Vic- toria, are vititin# relatives here. M i. Kiumett Pyle and litt son, Jack, of Houston, are the frn st* of relatives in this com- munity Ray IIiIIiii and wif* from near Rockdale, spent Saturday and Sunday with relative* here John Newman and family <> near |i>cKdil^ spent Simla* hete with thf farm y ot C. W . P «de. Mrs. J. R. Sanders dicil n! |> f nr.i'\ home Kundtiy nfi. r.u <>. and the remains «.* .• n tern ! n Pi'xp«rt*t ci'Oiet••rv, Lei' county. Monday aft eruoun. the fui.eiii ! nervio-n being conduct* u b\ i Rev. llegan of \i> x¡ njrtou. A lat j^e ctowii Mtt einifd th' sit g ug it the h inm o...

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

il (J ft ma, oftbt meeh Li Pay your subscription toda y Joe Bunata visited in Uranger several days thin week. JLouis Blum has returned from •peuUing a week with relative? in Kreiibam, For beat and up*to-date shot repairing, cull on Prank Chovau- ec at Jobu Jaucik's store. Miase Etna and Winnie tien- dereon of Cameron, spent tbi week here visiting friends. When you want u good cistern call ou nbow. Mrs. .Julia Hrown of Bastrop, Is tiie guest of relatives and irion da here. Mrs. R^ger Dennis of Rssebun Is the guest of C. C. Wyett and laoiily. For s a lb—My residence with two acres of land in South Caid well. Apply to Mrs. Eugenia Hardt or W. W. Rankin. Mrs, T. C. Hairtson of Old In dependence i* visiting John A. Hudson and family. Thomas Kiaitohar attended the Qrand Lodge of the 8, P. J. 8. T. at Granger this week. Misses Rosehne Kystr of Mar lin and Muttie May Harris of Fort Worth, spend the wok here with friends. Mrs. Dr. Williamson who has been visiting the family of M. B Parker, r...

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

JUST ONE WAY. THERE is just one way to do business, and that is the best way. Our satis- fied customers are our best advertisers, and you will find them on every corner of the town. Your business is in safe hands with us, and in a safe place. Everything fully insured against burglars and fire, besides the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Texas, which is a protection to the non-interest bearing deposits cf this bank. COME TO SEE US : : :/ The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS Toilet Articles !ier<* r v u t vatic ty f<ir the dressing table or bourdoir. Wo have a fine line of fancy, full-bristle T'Mith Brushes, Tooth I'ovvders, frag- rant Washes, etc., and a line of Per- fumers that will please the most exact- ing individual. Fancy Soaps and < osmetics of ever) kind, livervthinjs Kita run teed and prict s kept down to suit tiie strenuous tinte.. Attempted Bank Robbery. Some time Saturday night a burglar or burglars apparent* ly attempted to rob the First 8tate Bank f...

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

moving my tin «hop Houston t<> John Jancik's > formerly at G rubow's. J. E. Perry. <- Card of Thanks ;' :s. We wish to return our sincere to all our friends; far and who by words and deeds sympathy, assistance comfort to us in our recent bereavement. W, 8. Lhc'key and family. H. L. LewaUen Deiad, H. L. LewaUen died al ¡0ojfe- , Texas, last Fritftiy, .at, tiie age of 25 years, and hi* ilemklna Were buried al T r y< his-ó Id e, the next day. tFfcreeveral a he was a Westyerq Ufciqn operator here and ft&s; Qfiends at this place who will re: ¿ret to hear of his untimely, death. He had cdusu mption, the every day name for tuberculosis; Halley's Comet Waleraielon. Thomas Hairston brought in a comet watermelon and present- ed it to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Black Tuesday. This kind of a melon is a genuine curiosity. The cind ia a very dark green (almost black) while -here and there on it are numerous bright yellow spots like moons, suns, stare and corn- els, sons of them with lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 July 1912

'"'T-rff P* P >r ,r" p C. E. Martin of Lampasas, via* bore the ft** of the wssk. 1 . /t <* MUs Yivis Lee has returned from visiting relative iu Hous- yHi; m J? «f Mm. J. K. Tsague went to Bryatt Wednesday to visit rels- tiveip. /dsoar Porter is «pending some vilms in Corpus Christi for bis health. J* Edwy Hutching*, Jr., of Mar ¿in, flatted hora a tow days the git'** * J 4 flirt of the weak. Mrs. 8. H. Jackson, of Rous* «ton, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. w. Lee. A. P. Planingan editor of the Wallis News, was a pleasant vis «tor here the first of the week. Mrs. J. W. Torbitt and son, Walter, are here from Marlin on «n extended visit to relativas. Miss Lucy Fagan has returned from Waco where,she attended t| e summer school of Baylor I ^nlveraity. Miss Bessie L« e has returned from au extended visit to the family of John Gr *Kg in the Brazos bottom. Mr. and Mr>. \V. U. Ooha^an left Tuesday for jApaehe, Okla- boiiMi, wb -re they wi.j in the futuii- make their ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 July 1912

HZ al tke *t Caldwell, Texns, liras R«t « 20c p«r inch & 1 PBK MONTH following number of Inch unit be to obuln thee monthly rate. 00c per inch 60c " M ) to 60 " 48c " 40c " " AJI advertising run until ordered out. lera ttve cents par lina each Per Tear $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) MUST FIGHT FLIES. i SMSgl w m , Don't allow manure to accumu- late about the bams. Manure is principal breeding place for Flies do not travel great dis- , Most of their life is spent they are hatched and where they get their food. Keep the gar- bage can closed. Screen the doors and the windows of the farmhouse, pour slop, skimmilk or other on the ground: Filth and flies have no place in modern standards of living. Any flies that come into your house may have come straight from a person who is sick with some contagious disease and possibly cause the death of yourself or some of your family. Kill fly you see in your house, a screen door. Keep all food up. sry morning, after you get up, up your mind to ...

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