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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

1 Job Printing It is said that people are ^ judged by the clothes they ^ J wear. This may be said about ££ some merchants when i t _ comes to stationery that they use. Let lis show vou a line One Glorious ■TourlhH By DOROTHY BLACKMOKE of stationery that print you. we can A St 5* (5* S* ¡S* S* St St ¡3t ^ \ on, Mr. Merchant, can ^ not expect to build upa trade ^ on a cheap line of goods—just so with us. We will do you St a neat job on the best paper money can buy. Satisfaction st Dii every job we St St Not How Cheat) But How Good That is the Way we Figure guaranteed print. Ledger Phone 33 mmmmmmw * mm WebsterS New INTERNATIONAL Dictionary THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? ft*.-™* " ' NEW CRI'A- „ t C TION, oovcrta* every Arid of the world' thought, action and culturo. The imly urw unabrtdcoJ dictionary tn many year . Became " deflpie orpr <on,nnn _____ H'nid , more than ever toelore appeared between two Cover#, irmi fufen. Uooo tl- luBtratiou*. ID.., ., it in thton/v dictionnrjr ifij with the ...

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 — 13 September 1912

= T an* píwonal ftaPP*n'B9* t/j ef tbe week. W i. A. Itippel of Weal y is the of relst'vee near here. Coitou seed meal delivered at your home, $1.00. Vosor Nix. J. fl. HartjrraVea made a buei- trip to Cameron the tirsfc oí the week. FQR SALE—Three tine Jersey milk cows. Apply to T.H. gkra- banek. Mrs. C. L. Renfro cauae up from Somerville Monday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Polanaky «pent 8unday at Birch with relatives and friends. Mrs. John Carroll returned Monday from visiting relatives in Somerville. FOR SALE—One Jersey cow and 278 acres of land, J. C, Kleb at Harrey Furniture Store. Mrs. Nina Loden and daugh- ter, Miss Louise and son, Homer oí Nacogdoches, are visiting the family of J. H. Porter, A. Rosenwasser's store will be closed on Saturday September 21st on account of that being a Jewish holiday. Little Gladys Vinson of Hunts- ville and Fay Vinson of Lyons, were the guests of W. W. Rankin Mid family this week. L. M. Stevenson arrived from Kansas City Monday to as...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

í Our Rural Staff Chrieaman Chala. MWMWfti At the cotton field has kept us is toree ted for the past several week*, we have failed to send to your oolumns any new* from our burg; however, nothing of iu. porta nee has transpired that would be of interest. The cot- ton crop it being gathered as faat at it can be picked, and is giving a very fair yield, oonsid- eriuff the extremelv hot, dry season. The protracted meeting conducted by Kev. L.F, Parker, at this pluce closed last week. Mr. W. H. Wood of Missouri, ie visiting his grandmother, Mrs. M. 8. Love and other relatives at this plaoe, Mr. D. J Hensley returned to Needles, California, Monday after spending several weeks with relatives here. Miss Clara Matejowsky has gone to Lubbock County and M «s Mamie Love to Howard County where -they will leach school the coming session. Tom E, A big assortment of 9x12 Wool Fibre rugs. Beautiful de- signs in all colors, Ainostsa'- isfactory low priced rug. Cald - well Furniture Company. A R. Kuch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 September 1912

ta , J ■*'#' i ia in Nueee* ooui Corpus Chi 3 from thecnaatand day and night hy the It is one o! the placet in Texas. The ia riot hog-wallow land^and produce on an average three of a bale of cottcn per and tiftj to sixty bushels of Investigate Bishop, Texas, oo will find it just ss I rep- it to he, or call on or n§ and 1 will meet you day in Caldwell, and will all the expenses there if we make a deal. Ed Theuber, Caldwell, Texas, Route 1. . ,.?.TO ;lft*ALK Buggies, Sewing Machines and Oil Cooking Stoves to you. in stock and want to sell you : : : : : : MITCHELL WAGONS—Monarch of Ike Road OLD HICKORY WAGONS—Nothing belter for Ihe Money MOON BROS. BUGGIES—We think Ike beat work tkat comea lo our town BANNER BUGGIES—For the prices can't be beat STANDARD SEWING MACHINES- A high grade mackine. Our guarantee goea wilk every one aold—tkey must give entire sat- isfaction or tke price refunded, and we won't look sour Miss Tracia Matcek who is a ' trained nurse in Sao Antonio, re turned there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

^ rHr—,S2¿ C T.V¡-«V^ County AND NEWS-CHRONICLE olumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleaon County, Texaa, September ao, 1911 • O^VomS.-.S: Arc You Catching 'Em? "There's just as good ftsh in the sea as were ever caught out"—but are you catching 'e m? That's the question. There are many good opportunities for yon to make money now us there ever was, if you have the ready canil. But have you got it? Begin today by starting a hank account with our bank. We will safeguard your money and may b > in a position to assist you by putting" you next to Home profitable investment when your savings accumulate. The pirst State Ban^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty pund Bank ♦ ; iy. School Books and Supplies such us Blank Hooks, Scribbling Puds, Kvop-ise U«K>ks. and fine Pens, Ink, Pencil*, Kra*ers and other School necessities and requisites for home work. Our prices aro most reasonable too. Caldwell Drug Company m ■•••«•no— w. w. ttJLjsritZTisr ATTOH N KY-A'I'-l .A W AND NCTl'AhV JM-JU.IC To Hire New School ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

Several Caldwell eitizeoaapent • rery pleasant day at Cravy last 8unday. It wan the of the dedioation of the new Methodist church house at that place. Rev. R. A. Burroughs, the Presidio? Elder, preached the dedicatory sermon, after which a collection was taken to pay a small debt on the building;. The raising of this collection occupied only a few minutes, and the house wan immediately dedicated in the beautiful and appropriate cere mony of the Methodist Church, Messrs. Giesenschlag .and Law- rence, the trustees, presenting the building for dedication. Rev. G. C. Cravy, of Bellville, tbr former pastor under whose ad- ministration the work of building the church was begun, was pres- ent and with Rev. J. W. Good win, pastor of {he Methodist Church at Caldwell, took part in the service. After the morning service, a splendid dinner pre- pared by the good women of th community, was Bpread, and i anybody went away hungry it whs because his appetency ex ceeded his capacity, for ther was pl...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

' • * Struwe's Variety Store,, Best and finest of eTerthin! in the way of lee Cream, Cold Djfoks, Confections aid Novelties. Next door to P&tóff ¡ce i LOCKED THE PLAYWRIGHT (N JAP ARTIST Hit OWN Advertised Letters. The following íh a list of let- ters remaining uncalled for in the Caldwell postoftice for the week ending Thursday: Abila Refugio Allen Lucv Arellano .lose Ad lay John Cade Jameo ('rowe l II. A. I <* re Te re 11 lk'hols Mrs. Ford < 'harlie l-' urt1- 11- -us .i r. < < Í C' II .11 till) v 1J «it stui lififiry llDpw <1 < > irtti love Miss H irris (-lom i Mi? * .1 ickcon it' .Irieksofl H tltii" .1 ohiiKon < Hen via 1 ... M«-s. ^Ijitrd liinv'.t Mr-.. < I.. !v •,! lult'-in Mrs. I < >i.,i:^ i'. A Mrs. Soutliatl l-ld Surhland F. Sh iptii Mary Mrs, Smith n<.:x'v Travini • Willie Taylor Torn. Vnl"jit;i U«Miry Woods .Jaep3r William* I■*«•!ix, lM'*aHe f iy hi!vert.sed when cnlling for s un *. (•: \. Pot te. p .M. by Theatrical n Finished Manus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

s Advertising Rati _ 20o per loch PER MONTH Tha following number nf Inch must be mmi weekly to obtain tbee monthly rate. t to IK I nob* ...60c per Inch MfcoSO « Wo •« M 30 to 50 « 45c " " m to loo u 40c 44 44 All advertising ran until ordered out. Local i taHWMiOQ tire cents per Una each «1.00 Babacription Per Tear (Invariably in Advance.) With the opening of the fall school term; over 200 open air abhools and fresh air classes for tuberculous, and anaemic children, and also for all children in certain rooms and grades, will be in oper- ation i|it various parts of the United States, according to a statement published to-day by The National Association for the Study and Pre- vention of Tuberculosis. All of these schools, the associ- ation says, have been established .since January, 1907, when the first MBBESe.?- m institution of this character was «opened in Providence, R. 1. On January 1st, 1910, there were only 13 open air schools in this country .£ and a year later the number had ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

s'tfttiSMug í «!■£§€Mfe ««Mn •* • MMMRM <49#x$W¿# h<«v LOVE MAGIC IN OF JONG ■y DOROTHY DOUOLA . M &i *& 4© guaranteed on every job we print. | The Ledger Phosie 36 Caldwell, Tex r/nnniEi ww®l 1 Webster's if New fm INTERN ATIONAL W| f Dictionary 1 THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? ftju-at " ' * NEW CÜFA- TION, cHivorln* every flel<! of the world'# thought, action a rut culturo. The only tiii nahrtdgciJ ilictluOAry in many jr.-ws. If dnfltio over 400,000 Worili; inor® th*n ever ^jtor" npjx'urod between two ir-ve*. f;t>0 I'atcs. ou00 ¡1- Juhtrutiouu. Per -11*1 " to the o /.v dict ionary with the new divided p¡A "Stroke of Oeuiua." Reran** 11 '* an encyclopedia In Df ... a in«ie volume. Pi n.r, .... tt in aeeeptrd by the : • , Court , H.-fiool and }>- -•> an i.'jv one uuprvuie uu- ttwiity. % P...i,l. he who know* Win Ma or run. Let ua tell ' iron about thia new work. VilTH It* tpacunan «T nn 41MM HO C.tC. MERRIAM CO . PnMbWn. SjriiwMd. Mm KtcU aikJipftp*. reset FKSI Mt ifp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

Mm,, — .i.. .,—■>. in--'i i ~ 'H'V v': ¿ , 'S.,1.., anb perso nal Sapptnmgs iJi of tbc Bxeh. W E. E McKindley left Mon tor Martin un a hw days J. R. Healep mad* a business WP to Brenham the last of last id it t As Janoik. *— n* with J. W. Midkiff arrived ths last of ths wssk from Moran and has cliorgs of ths big steam shovel. Mrs. W. S. Lackey visited friends and relatives in Cameron the last of last week. Just received a car of red, rust proof, seed oats. Vasor Nix- Miss Lillisn Wotipka returned 8undsy from visiting relatives In Brenham. 15% off on Refrigerators. On }y afew left/ Caldwell Furniture Co. C. W. Mooro andVife return- ed to Gause Sunday after visit ing Mrs. F. J. Gregg. Miss Lillian Polansky left to- day for Taylor to spend a few days with relatives and friends ms and wife of Sai movsd to ihi> the future will bt W. M. Elliott and wife have returned to Little Hi ver, Mi ¡ate coun'y, after visiting relative!- here. ,T. E.. Auto A CALL DOWN The Tenant—Ssy, last night...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

MÉ a -i t i \ County Superintendent, Frank Kadanka, has ordered :¡8íl desks ut totul cost of $019.74 for twelve of the public aehools of the Qounty. They are distribut- ed as follows: Midway ti double desks, (19.30; San Antonio, 4 double desks, $11.55; Prairied&l* 80 double desks, $87.00; Birch, 00 single desks, $137.85; High Prairio, 21 double desks, $60.7.ri; Covington Prairie, 17 double desks, $50 00; Rita School, 5 double desks, $14.95; Cookes Point, .'10 single desks, $2a.OO; Henley Hill, MO double desks, $86.03. Superintendent Kadanka has been busy for some time trying to *:et orders from the vurious schools to make enough for a car of desks and finally succeed- ed, each school getting as many dusks as the trustees could. Most of this money was raised by local taxation and private subscription. ! y another year, let more bcIioo;* join iit the march of progress and let the good work go on till overj school house iu the county is furnished with nice comfortable desks. USE OF...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 September 1912

" ■■ IK Wl • h<*¿ a former and now an van. received a Woodrow Wileon to* *ay commenting favorably upon , form of campaign contribution which Mr, Langham had and submitted to Gov- ernor Wileon. The design is a handsome one, having been drawn by Mr. Langham with considerable care. The design has the appearance of a $10 bill, a space being left for the photographs of Governor Wilson and Governor Marshall- The receipt is intended to be giv. to all making contributions and is suitable for framing. Space fa left for the name of the person making the contribution and for the signatures of the president and secretary of the campaign committee. The receipt bears one motto from Governor Wil« son's speech: "The People Hhall Rule the Government." Governor Wilson stated iu his letter that the copy has been for- warded to Manager Russel of the campaign committee.—Austin Tribune. • t« WE W/AIN i TO TALK Wagons, Buggies, Sewing .wuchines unu Oil Cooking Stoves to you. We have in stock and want t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

m Burleson Covnty Le m cawajRr ¡ss¿ csr.v¡'£s'r"' AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ■WnVoW.-.tii-issS.'SS,' Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burle «on County, Texa , September 37, 191a j Are You Catching 'Em? "There's just as good fish in the sea as were ever caught out"—but are you catching 'em? That's the question. There are many good opportunities for you to make money now as there ever was, if you have the ready cash. But have you got it? Begin today by starting a bank account with our bank. We will safeguard your money and may be in a position to assist you by putting you next to some profitable investment when your savings accumulate. The first State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank School Books eni Supplies such as Itlank Hooks, Scribbling Fads, Kxerci*e Hooks, and fine Pens. Ink, Pencils, Erasers and other School necessities and requisites for home work. Our prices are most reasonable too. Caldwell Drug Company w. w. R^isncusr ATTOHNFV-AT-l.A w AND VOTAHV PV HI-IC * Office ia Ledger Buildi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

Hr , 1 \ ' * ft ' * ' *' - ft- ■ ' ' . - |®P! *H: . * j /fj., > • , v • ',n "WP *3r7¥'"4 1 m , f m 'v «o to ibat vil fat Hale Cheap—On# Auto, in good running orde.% Lock Box 50, (Hddiogs, " Rev. J, M. l^ewie will preach f. mi the Presbyterian ehoich next ftonda;j morning and nighl. Ev. erybody cordially invited. The magnitude of the grading done and to be done within the corporate limite of the city for tbe H. ft T. C. road can be imagined when it is remembered that the total coat of this grad- ing will bs nearly 8:500,000. Rev. J. R. Vilt, the Bohemian paetor, will occupy the Metho- dist pulpit Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and will preach in the Bohemian language. Pre- siliiiR Elder R. A. Burroughs will preach Sunday night. Tmx A lingular catch of «wis it mm- munkated t > the London Field bjr one of it readers. Special sympathy is due the unlucky creature who, mux hooked and twice «wallowed, had more than bis shsre of misad- vrntn re. At Woodland , near to Ivcvcargill. a lad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

w- 'r W v ^ n 1912, for the taxes oi 1911 only Burleson County. Returned by Geo. M. Johnston. Tax Collector ; fi Beat Number One & i*V. st> by I Owner v IJlunt. Osear Zhrismun, Willie.. Will Donglus, tjeo Kills. Tolte Kraim, LO.. Oreen, Vina Guy tun, Ann, Kst. Hillin, Lie Ilenrv, James .. Metida, Peter...,. Virgin ... M atone, Kd Munsuu, J bo Manuel, Narcissus. Newton, Ntjuire... Itagsdale, S (i .. Yoang, 'l'obc. Kuhanks, .1 .1 tieiald, Mr*. LHlie, •Iones, t lias Kin«. tie ., Kst .. Na; pi:i, David... Zahuate k, Frank. Dvecrlptlen Abst 57, P. Smith, 3-4 acres Abut, 102. A. l>ykler, ¿Ú acres West Caldwell, 1 lot ... .West Caldwell, Pt. Alg. and Sr At>st. 2it, Win. Templar, 54 aere. Abst. 36, Sam Lawrence, ¿8*4uore*. .. ... . West t 'uldwcll, H and L West Caldwell. H and L \bst. ¿45. J. (\ Walker. 72 acres. Abst. 171, H. McKoen, 50 aeres Abst. ."i7, F. Smith 1 acre .... A list. A7. F. Smith, 14 acres Abst. 2t>9, Win. Mason, 80 acres .... . ...Abst. 57, K. Smith, 1-2 ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

v rtlalng RatM 20c per Inch }*EK MONTH Ito following number >f inchs muat be «mí weekly bo obtain thee monthly rate. 1 to 0^ Inch* «te per inch • to 80 « — SOo ♦' M It to SO " ...... - - 41 M IP to 100 M 40c ** 44 All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers live cento per line each y Subscription Per Year Si.OO (Invariably in Advance.) SINFUL OR INSANE? The killing of Captain Boyce last January and now the killing of Al Boyce on the 14th by John Beal Sneed; the spending of a fortune by the latter; the complete disruption i f a once happy home, to say noth- ing of the woe brought to the Boyce family, and the strong probability ef a fued that will end only when the last Boyce and Sneed is dead, Is the result of one woman's per- fidy. Al Boyce perhaps deserved * death, as all invaders of the home , deserve; but Al was no worse than thousands of his class. The de«th ef his father failed to stop him; the advice of his family availed noth- ing; the knowledge that be had for- f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

m HÉ1 4 ■■ I f I *#¿ MT 1 r r o Iru io:ce of ¿ixture Presents* the many valuable presentí now given away ' 6"Myers Dulie's Mixturethere it something to ...te—and in tins ull-pleasinjr satisfaction the - exactly like the tobacco itself. For all elnsscs .te selt-eted Virguna and North Carolina bright ■ k< get in .s famous old tobacco will be giore popular >r it i« now a Liggett & Myers leader, and ililv in nv granulated tobacco you can buy. ti "i't «[(Hiked Duke's Mixture with the 4/1 is name on the bag—-try it mv. You '"ir tin-re i*, no (tetter value MiiywheW. >ii i'd i :ic o half outlet* of choice urnnuhtietl -i.! i . ■ i..y i.i quality, and with ca li sack you u:irvoe HU KB '1"'v Ah ::t the Free Presents - r.<>« ( !•;< .i with óf Myr> \ Duke's i •*; II iio.-i ■( valuable presents These pro i i- |¡'iniv Ibe lint include not only MnokciV art irles — hut nun y 11 esir i lil et i reseti Is for " ■ .T i'f «mu -n uní! elulijrcti tine ,'w3 tuun nlil jii:.- ui:'Ore...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

• I t a a '«■i finest of ererthinj u the way el lee Crean, Cold tobiks, Confections and Novelties. Next door to Pottoffiee Ten Children Borned to Death ttt. Bernard, Que., Oct. 2.— The (en children, ranging in age from 18 montbe to 15 years of age, of Alexander Gravel oi ihib place were burned lo deaili today. v Grave* and his wife left their hotxte last evening and returning today found it in flamea They were unable to aid tb« children, whose deaths the\ witnessed. The young ladies have organ, ized a sowing society, their first meeting b ing with Miss Fa} Del am Ate r on Wednesday afser- noon when plana were formmu- lated for another meeting wit! Miss Myrtle Fraiiu next Wed needay afternoon. At this meet- ing a name will be given the new organisation and officer* elected Cotton «till continues to come in and the wonder is where ir till comes from, since there seems to be none in any of the fields in this section. Where is it com ing from, any how? Mw. V, I.. Reufro of Somer vile, v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

•/ fif L/« A Picture of Contentment All men look pleased when they smoke g this choire tobacco—for all men like the rich quality and true, natural flavor of Í M § 1 Smoked in pipes by thousands of meo—everywhere known to njiarettc «rnoker? as "the makings." U> take niuisu.il pride in Ijpprtt Mi/m Duke's Mixture It is our leading tirnnd of pranulntiil tobacco— and every srn-k we make is n chnllt-nge to all other tolracco manul.-icturi rs I.very 6c sa< U of this famous toltaceu cotttcifi* one and a half ounces of choice granulated tohneco, in every way equal to the hett you can buy at any price, and with each sack fuu get a book of cigarette pipers I'KI.K If yon lm*r not smoked the Duke's Mixtura made hy thai Jjil/yttt .) Tohiivo Co at Durham. N C.. try it now. Get a Camera with the Coupon* 8a e the coupon With them you can get all sorts of valu- able presents—articles suitable for young and Aid t men. women, boys and fyirls You II be delighted to see what you cau get free with-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 September 1912

TRUTH. C*Mw*ll P*epl« A*? well*known residents highly respected people of well make such statement* as the following, it must osrn conviction to every reidor: A. B. Duckworth, Caldwell, Texee, says: "For some time 1 from kidney complaint c was lame an J painfu* my kidney# were not actinp z as they shoulc I had been rsad- in* a testimonial of a neighbor nfoo recommended Doan's Kid- ney PiUs and I gave this remedy a trial. Its use benefited me so greatly that. X am pieesed to Moommend it. Por sale by all dealers. Price 00 cents. Foster.Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United 8tstea. Remember the name—Doan V «--and take no other. Misses Mery Cromartie, Lena Gray, Lillian Wotipka, Octie Pledger and Cor- Hundley left 8unday for Waoo where they eu tared Baylor University. .t Miss Kathleen Cade returnee Sunday from visiting friends in Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. John Keesee of ftomerville spent several days here visiting relatives the first ot the week. Mrs. George Green who h...

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