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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 July 1912

tauraat Short Orders, Chili, Stews, Sausage and all kinds of lunches. Everything clean and nice . . . . JOHN VINSON, PROP. South Side Square J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hitchcock Drug Store. Calls annwer- promptlv day or night. Day phone 32. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas m CITY BUILDING NOTES. ^ town i« ft* dead aa it looks. Very Serious It is a very seriour matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one c ven you. For this reason wo urge you In buying to be careful to gat the genuine— BUkTSrakHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, relia Ma medicine, for constipation, in- digestion and liver trouble, is firm- ly eetabMsbed. It does not imitate ether medicines. It is better then others, or It would not be the fa- vorita liver powder, with a larger eele than ell othere combined. SOLD Of TOWN pa «•ft .. Monuments I have the agency of tha Bren- bam Marble Wcrkn and have a nice lino of Katuplc book* for you to select from, If you want to buy a monument ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 July 1912

?í]W¥„ V H , - < 4 " " m W L. Pifftleft Wednesday Waoo on en «tended visit. 0á 1'. J. Aubrey left thin ; for Dallas on an extended went to to visit p returned to Tuesday after visiting erasy aad would surely die; a hawk had descended on tbo big rooster and bono bin away, and the auburbaa y was setting ready Ita poles In front of Mr. Culver was a ««let. bumble man, end they had bluffed It waa while aha waa out la the "■asslng" the latan lor the company that the wife turned her and Mrs. Ignae Chaloupka living near bore i to Temple where he will re* days tor his health. Mrs. D. G. Bowers and Misses and Mary Addison left to visit relatives in for a few days. Addie Permenter who hat* on an extended visit to Lillie Smith, returned to Talihina, Oklahoma, Wednes day Mrs. H. F. Stokes who attend- ed the funeral and burial of her brother, Henry Lackey, return- ed to San Antonio Wednesday. .UK ' f,f > * kw Aiflodrntsd Pros.) Little Nell Adams, as most of her Mends called her, had been In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 July 1912

/ •' • r "t ,v Good luck* to* tbu^be Ledger and its many rentiers, tnlt^Rews in {scam? in these parts at pre- ^ this place. A iijsrht rain in the afternoon interfered consider mt. need Crop* look well, but are r^psréry much. Mrs. Ellin and oliildren visited EJecond Creek Saturday. : Ralph Whaley who is working <tn the railroHd, spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. ^ Several fr<>m Second Creek ^isiíéd heti last week. Tolan Cross accompanied by paife- Houston, .of l'üovidpnc '. terp callers here last week. ' * .v.- .. * r fa««i^-.<! Several froip here a|Leni ie barbecue at uéánvllie J'et'k|)gd all reporta ümMinie. Mr^. ¿v L. Porter of Caldwell, jsiíedV)ir«. .1 S. Whárley and au^hter one day last **eek. * Miss Harvey Grady visited ^In* Ellis Monday. Sister. Cookes Point, We have Irul tine shower* fiv quently in our part every week, for quite a while, the just and unjust get their portion of rain, the only difference tin- unjust get theirs in the winter, when there is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 July 1912

■% * • *1 F. Woauck wm ft *Wt©r xnerville her# Saturdsy. ' 9 j. Carter, of Somerville, jw here on legal business, Bal- •rdsy. ^ Glenn Heelep epenfc Friday and Saturday in Temple on llrl. Jennie Gray, of Hous- ton. spent the week here with relatives I. D. H aira ton of Needles, California, i U* K ' ol Mltt" lives here. Dr. J. P. Spsrks of Cameron w here the first of the week on «peines* y* m \ Dr. E. A. Sberrill came in from the first of the week i relatives. • •I NX TO TALK Wagons, Buagics, Sewing Machines and Oil Cooking Stoves to you. We have in /ock and want to sell you : : : : : : : MITCHELL WAGONS—Monarch of tholAad OLD HICKORY WAGONS—Nothing hotter for tho Monor MOON BKCS. BUGGIES—Wo thinh tho hod worh that como* to our torn > BANNER BUGGIES—For the prices can't be beat STANDARD SEWING MACHfNES-A high grade machine. Our guarantee goes with every one sold—they must give entire sat- isfaction or the price refunded, and we won't look sour : : H. C. Wsllin of Port Worth, to fin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 August 1912

■ " TT ty, Texas, August a, 191a _ — n—i 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 busines? 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 batik. COME TO SEE US The First State Bank Or CALDWELL, TEXAS MRS. NA ED TO DEATH -J Matcl Clothes Ignited From Matches In Wagon In Whicl Unfortunate Women Was Riding—Is Sur- vived by Husband 4nd Nine Children— An Unusual and Deplorable Tragedy V Vt€iEV jpw&tiwtm pfR'LLt -J20 Tf-íC ¿2ES7T Send Your Boy here if you want a pn**cri|i(k>n put Bp and he will be served as quicklv andas afjre iiiithfuUy a* if you came yourself. (.Hie romfW)under is careful' i|uirk dud has a thorough knowledge of dnn s and their iffotMirlions. Vi...

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

to •fter visiting in Wall Paper at Csld- rnitura Co. are more weeds high i the corporate limits that liave not been cut. Why not? Mrs. Ed Feiter and daughter, Utile Jessie, of Ei Campo, are guest* of Mrs. Silla Webb, the «~"" r s mother. ' * Mrs. J. P. Harwood of Ben Arnold spent the week here with 'É0?' the family of her mother, Mrs. linie Porter. 15 per eent discount on Re- frigerators at Caldwell Fur* " niture Co. Henrietta Etsel has re- from Sam Houston Nor- . where she took a course in school. V i ii es I < J. E. Haddox and wife are the parents of an eleven whieh arrived Tues- iweek, Lyons received her first bale cotton Wednesday. It raised by Mrs. Pillow, ginn Knesek and weighed by J. • Rosentr&ter. gJB:. Notice. * 1 am moving my tin shop from Houston to John Jancik's «tore. Was formerlyatGrabow's. J. E. Perry. The Ladies' Aid Society of the srian church wish to feturn thanks t o everyone who contributed toward building new walk in front of their Last Tuesday an electri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 August 1912

X f*r Beat aid iiiest of iathewiff of lee Creaa, Coil Djtoks, Coitfecttaj* and NavdttnTj^v• ¡ Ne*t door to Poaftoffico M0MHMNMHWMMHM EvERT street Misa Nancy Finney of Rosen- berg la visiting Postmaster B. A. Potts. Frank Reeves of H'ort Worth is the guest of f rienda and rela- Uvea. Miss Josephine Shannon of In- dependence is a ffueMt of rela- tives here. Famous O'Cedar Pulinh and Poliahing Mops wave labor in the home. Caldwell Furniture Co. Mrs. .lease Garrett is spending «orne time at Marlin for her heal tli. Mrs. Fred Meyers of Rosen be rv Is a guest of her parents, Capt •nd Mrs. C. W. F. Windel. Mrs. A. G. Jenkins l«ft Tuea- • day for Marlin to spend a week recreating. For best and up-to-date shot «nd boot repairing, call on Franl Cuthovanec John Jnncik's htort- Walter Hodkey who han be^i viating the family of G. W. Mnx well, returned to Buck liolta Tups <duy. B Misses Murey Cole and Annie Morgan returned to Buck- tiolu* Tuesday after visiting frienda on Second Greek. i.. H. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 August 1912

.;■*? 'Vi/'' 'v'" '/ I tfrir ytf Inch MONTH _ number nf laehs m to obtain thaa monthly nun. AU adfrerttstaf pun until orderedW. Local wdiii «re cent per linn oach Tear Si.00 in Advance.) * W$m MC Tbe Anvertiaer la Always Cliiwd Aa Progressive, Reliable and IP MnCCn^wMlllH| Without the advertiser the news- of today would be an utter ANT Without the adver- tiser newspapers, such as we are so familiar with that we treat them as a matter of routine, would cost so much to produce that the average man would be unable to buy them. Weekly and monthly we buy illus- tteted publications which are not only of high literary and artistic merit, but which also provide an amount óí instruction and enter- tainment immensely disproportion- ate to their very modest cost. By g from ten to thirty-five cents ure publications which would been impossible at tnree the1 cost in our grandfather's journals collect and . an attractive form the of the world's best writers and and furnish an amount of which is an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 August 1912

¿«5: HpH ** .'-v *¿*- + ím Short Orders, Chili, Stews, Sausage ami •II kinds of lunches. ^Everything clean and nice see South Side Square J. B. Hoseycut PHYSICIAN Office in 8tone & Hilohcook Drug Store. Calls answer- promptly flay or nighfc. Day phone 32. night phone 181 Caldwell, Texas SH Very Serious It is a very oeriout matter to ask for one rr.edu inc and hnvo the wrong one t'ven you. For this reason v/e ur~o you In buying to be careíui to cot the genuine— BUck- <5HT Liver Medicine The reputat! i of thb o'.d, reiii- ble medton~, i r ccnr.-.lpation, In- digestion an I Uv r f ouk! ?, is firm- ly established. It dseí > i imitate other medicines. It u ! uer than others, or it would : o> ht¡ ihc fa- vorite liver powder, with a larger sa!^ Uuo c'l t-i^-rs cc.r.Uceú. st.le town n Monviments 1 luvv tIk* agency ut ih • Bren li nn Marble \\ rk«< and have. 11 i • * ■ • Lm1 *>f smnple iok* l« you ' s'ilwl from. IÍ voU \v«i to buy a luotnitiituil drop uiu i •curú and I wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 August 1912

wm .. -s .... m the Art ■pending some r his health at Martin. re- tir alii n and family to Fort Worth Tussdsy tag the family of Hut) W. J. Hserls and little returned Mondaj an attended visit to in"Alabama and Louisl I Thelmembera of the I. O. O. F will~httve ure of Cornelina IRunkle Ooolres at this place their annual picnic in the pa t iiSr Point on August^St! when there will be an addressbv W.fH. Waller, Grand; fitecretarv, of fDaliajp. There "edil"' ¿b fine music and lote of good things tc eat. f>iv Si Wednesday afternoon littl Mies Tommie Haddox, daughtei of Mr. and Jlre. Jim Haddox ha< s a birthday ^arty in honor of he> tenth anniversary. There ws* quite a crowd of her little friend present and all had a nioe tie Refreehmente were served an •he received a number of nioe lit tie presents. 1 Lee*—Small gold looket an chain between Uookee Mnt ano Germán Methodist ehurch wi< reof Miss Elfrfeda Sheffel i Finder return to her v ttlis office. lids week some eggs were pu>...

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

B. PbelpN and family of Hown are visiting T. L. G. and family and other ttivaa bero at present. Mw, Dora Calvin and children Providence are gueats pf tier r, Mrs. Grady. Mr. Jtlcorn and wife of liird •oiiff visited J. H. Royal'h fam- ily last week. Mrs, Carpenter of CartsooaJ, ii a guest ot J. 8. Whaley and family. Alexis Ellis of Beaumont via* Ited his brother hero froto Sat- urday until Monday. Mrs. J. O, Ellis and children visited Mrs. Lizzie Qrady Mon- day. Charlie Cowan and family uf near Deanville weie guests of John Ftoydi and family Monday Mine Harvey Grady visited friends at Providence the first of the week. The hot dry weather is burn tog up all the watermelons. 8everal from here attendee the picnic ut Btrdaong last week and report a nice time. Kd Hill of Second Creek tuoveo into our settlement this week. We are glad to have them witl us again. Olvia. Opportunity for Farmers. Bishop is in Neuces county, is 80 miles from <k>rpua Christi and 2ó miles (rom the coast and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 August 1912

ot Somervilie. hiBjjw Sattlemyer, of West, is it of (3. A, Langlotz and •y. 1 ffjpB Uallie Harris returned Saturday from visiting in Gal- veston. Mise Bessie Heslep returned Friday from visiting relatives in Na vaso ta. f Warren Hunt, of Waco, vis ited friends and relatives here tbe first of the week. Prof. Alex. Stephens has re- turned from a month's visit to relatives and friends in East Texas. L. Storm returned to Brook- shire, Friday, after speodingtwo weeks with the family of August Kowak. MP? . lf iss Leo Womble returned last Friday from 8an Marcos she attended the Summer il school. Miss Lillian Black, of Temple, who has been visiting friends here, went to Somervilie Friday to visit friends. N Mrs. J. B. Honeycutt returned Saturday from Temple where she spent a month taking treat- ment for her health. Joe Bettlemyer aud John Lensky, of Ellinger, came down Saturday and visited the family of of C. A. Langlotz. ftfrs. Phil Teeling, after an ex- tended visit to the family of Wilto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

<ssxaag,a'"***mmit c«,vv°:itóv- AND NEWS-CHRONICLE t¿ * V*mmmXXVlll t : i' : " Caldwell, Burldon County, Texas, August 16, 191a It \A/ARINI1NC! TAKE CARE OF THE DOLLARS ANO LATER THEV WILL TAKE CARE OF VOU Fortunes have been- made and lost in a minutes' time, because one man had what the other DID NOT HAVE—a little ready CASH. The man who never has a dollar laid away for th«; rainy day is a SLAVL:, for he is c; nst intlv unJjr the bondage or those who HAY íi MONEY. Ccme and do your banking business with us. We will appre- ciate your aecjunt and will treat you right. The First State Bank OF CALDWELL, TEXAS Liniments and Ointments % ;ii> h inedet! i:i the Summer when out-door sjn rts and nthictu games at- tra< ' )>< ih buy and man. EverjT well n-jCii'.ite*! home -hould lie supplied wit!. -<nnvof our high grade Liniments t itntments for \i -• • in emergencies tr.it are certain t-. arise. We have all t e articles you expect to get iu a tip- to; drug-store. Caldwell Dru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

Hmitta va. J, R. for til* office of tax and W. 0. Holme# vs. t, for the ottos of tez collector, were filed today with J. W. Brannon, in the die trict clerk *8 offioe, and will be forwarded to Judge Scott, the district judge. O'Cedar Mope are here. Onr first shipment sold in ton daye. Nearly half of this shipment sold before it arrived, C'Cedar Mops and Polish are labor savers. Or- der now. Caldwell Furniture Co. Mite Wotipka Entertains. Saturday afternoon at the hospitable home of her parents, Miss Lillian Wotipka entertain- ed in honor of her visiting friend, Miss Gertrude Wehniyer of Brenbam. There was quite a gathering of young people on this occasion and all were en- tertained with forty two, during the playingof which the hostess who is an a accomplished musi cian rendered several fine select- ions on the piano. The after- noon's entertainment was con- cluded by serving the guests with elegant refreshments, and making for the young hostess an eviable reputation as a bos pitable...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

J t "SS I .# \ - > - ' ,!T — P I k I- r LÍ f# 1 Struwe's Variety Store , . n i Best and finest of | everthing in the way | of lee Cream, Cold * Diioks, Confections a and Novelties. i Next door to Po toffice W. G. Carroll is having erected another nice cottage ir. the Went End. Miss lila Richard returned to Mart Tuesday from visiting rel- ative* atid friends near here. 15'/, off on all Wall Pa por. Get your paper Now and have same hung when you get ready. Cald- well Furniture Co. H. Lieberr.:an and family spent several days this week iu Gal- veston and Houston. The latest things out, high white canvas boot* for ladies and children at J. F. Cobb Co. r. W. F. Windel and daughter Miss Laurinda, and neici, Miso Rice, visited relatives at Bart- lett this week*. Mrs. A. W. 8ale and «laugh- ter Catherine, left Tuesday for Oklahoma City to spend some time with relatives. L n Il jtKs>n and niece, Mis* Actios Ihi'i < n, who have beer. vi*itmj; r«lative* here, returned to Tuexdav, cA M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

% Á w Texas, lv*rtl«lng m ■|.í m per inch PER MONTH following Dumber «I inoha mutt be weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. 9% lucho ~ «0c peí Inch 10 " ...„ fiQc •* M to SO " 4te « M 4t * •« u All edvertUinc run until ordered onu Local readers ttve cento per line each Per Yeer tl.00 (Invariably in Advance.) STICK TO THE FARM. The farmer of middle life, or be- « yond, who contemplates moving to the city, should give the matter careful thought before making the If he is poor, he can make r living on the farm, if he trill study his business and make júñ fields move productive, than he can in the city. If he is rich and to live without work in'the , he can live better on the farm than in the city. But these are not the chief reasons why the man who kas lived on the farm should think twice before moving to town. IBs habits are fixed and the chances are ten to one that city ways will not be found agreeable. Many men leave the farm and go to the village or town because of their children. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

ÜH -v w- ra ■■■ V : 1 • ¿ !P f1* If * " j * gT 1 _ PP ■ ^ " :"v¡ - ?' \¡? • 8 :•; • ' • • . . ■ "•* < 'cost of wwWi Um * ■' #v > " sr.: It is said that people are judged by. the clothes they wear. This may be sftid 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 s* St x ffj You, Mr. Merchant, can ^ ^g) not cxpcct to build upa trade ^ on a cheap line of goods—just so with us. We will do you Igfc a neat fob on the best paper money can buy. Satisfaction JS^ •4© guaranteed on every job we "S Print. g The Ledger Phone 36 Caldwell, Tex mwmmmmmw * r> wwtt WebsterS New international Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? R*r.n«« H I • NJ;W CKEA- ™ TtON, ct verin* every flel.t of the world' thought, fi:: n «nil etitttw*. The only new nanbridged dictionary in inaiiy yuan. Rarifico definen over 400,000 p ubw M'ortí ; more than ovor Ik! re appeared between two cove...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

your subscription to day. 8. Newaom of (Ira Brazo* was a buaineas vlaitoi Tuesday. Arrived—Auother car ol mules, guaranteed, Seo Alex Misa Bettie King spent the week in Galveston visiting hei brother, Jim King. J. H. Boyd of Hilisboro spent week here with W. B. Setter white and family, Luther M elver was down from Austin and spent Sunday with borne folks. Miss Ethel Barnctt returned t* Brownwood Wednesday after a pleasant visit to relatives here. [ts. E L. Steck returned t« home at Mart the first of tb« I after a stay with relative* J. B. Watson who has beer ▼¡siting In the western part ol the stale for the past ten day*, home Monday night. 15% off on Refrigerators. On- 4 ly a few left. Caldwell Furniture Co. Ruth Williams, who ha a guest of Miss Miliar Rankin, left Wednesday for her i at Rockdale. A. Rosen waster has returned from ths Eastern markets where be hss been selecting a fall and Winter stock of goods. Caldwell and Porter's Prairi- played a game of ball her Monday afternoo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

|f ,L ) r Tunis Topics. Everything looks dry in this part of the country and farmer are gathering the fleecy staple ae fast as they possibly osn, Jim Jackson of Brazos county , ^ is a guest of Beu White here. d Cross was a caller in our burg Wednesday. Mis. Kate Van met.ir and sou of Gause, after visiting Dr. Lit- tle's family snd others here, re- turned home 8uuday. Alex Duckworth and wife of Caldwell and Loss VlcD</nald of Providence spent Sunday with the McCatdand family. Mr*, and Mrs. Skinner, Mes- dames Little and Vaumeter spent a few pleasant hours with Mrs. Wilton Houston ¡Sunday. Mrs. Skinner and little Velma and Fay Nix spent a day with Mrs. J. C. Flanagan this week. Jesse Hitchcock was a caller here Sunday. Harry Griftin and wife spent Sunday here with friends. Dr. Little, Jim Jackson, Bon White, J. J. Little and W. Skin- ner took a spin into Brazos coun- ty Sunday. Fred Newcomh of the county seat was a caller hen* this week. Agents foi organs, machines, bibles, and in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 August 1912

ÉnMflBgMMMBMMMMHBnHtfHMMHÉMMÉtfa WE WANT John Vinson spent Cameron with w. W. Jenkins and family ' Galveston Tuesday in their I MITCHELL A.ICWÍS CO. wis TALK E. 0. Jenkins left Saturday for Kingaland to npend a few days with relatives J..W. Carter and wife of Dalla , are the guests of Mrs. T, J. Newcomb and family. Miss Elna Farmer left Monday for Alvord where she will vinit relatives for a while. Miss Willie Farmer who lias been visiting relatives here, re- , turned Monday to visit in Atuaiillo. t " Mies Gertrude Wehmyer of Brenbam, returned home the laet of the week from visiting Mies Lifiian Wotipka. I —————— Mrs. Marie Broaddus and children came up from Galveston Saturday to visit friends and relatives. Wagons, Buggies. Sewing Machines and Oil Cooking Stoves to you. We have in stock and want to sell you ::::::: MITCHELL WAGONS—Monarch of tho Road OLD HICKORY WAGONS—Nothing batter (or U Monor MOON BROS. BUGGIES—Wo (Malt tho bwt work that cono to our town BANNER BUGGIES—For the pr...

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