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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 October 1912

Burleson "f- ronlc Conaoilrfatad OO May ISO 7 AND NEVA/S CHRONICLE >.«a«ar ■tMaBllahad r.onsolldatad P«b< Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, October 4, 191a He Was Rattled 1 You have all heard of tho man who was so "rattled" * íen he found that the house was on tire, that^ he grabbed a costly mirror and threw it out of an upstairs window and then carried a a feather bed down stairs. He wanted to save something. When the fire comes, you are liable tu bo 11s "rattled" as this man was. You'll never think of t lie money in the house, so don't keep it there. - 'at it inn bank when' it is secure. It is tin 1 iiiy safe plan The First State BanK CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank ronest %rubs YOU'LL SHAKE HANDS WITH YOURSELF when you j;et a<.jv ainti-il with thin Pruji store, been use* \ mi will find every- thing l" your salihfactiun. Quality, ijunntity, pri c and courtesy will surely j>lease you We tio lmsint'.s; on the principle of treating a customer ii>;l:t,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 October 1912

h Wi If &>X Wi;. Mist J tints Enter tains Qni Vhe CM Mum* Maude Jam* was hoates* to the Qui Vive Club Saturday Aug 28. The afternoon wuf moat pleasantly spent playing •'42", after which the guest> frare aarred with a delirious cal llHiy WNT SORE Tells of tus et His *Ssy,w inquired a prominent lawyer of «veral companion the other day, according to the Kansas City Jour- nal, "do you know that the training of stenographer! is one of the pro- fessional man's most tedious tasks? Why, you no more than get them , V , . _ acquainted with the way to handle •d count. Ttxr o*t guests ware Miss James of Bowie, Miss Bsrnett of Brown* wood and Mrs. Newberry of Lyons. Those present wsre Mesdames Henalee, Jenkins, lleslep, Oliver, Garrett, Porter, Gray, McLean Oiddings, Cobb, Carroll. Misse>- 8impaon, Hundley, Woruble, Cade, Wotipka, Heslep, Smith, Delamater, Harris. For Sale Cheap—One Auto- mobile in good running orde.\ Address Lock Box 50, Giddings, Texas. Larson Lindel Isabel!, son ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 October 1912

V List of LubniUb DeliifMBt ra XarckSl, 1912, l«r the taxes ef 1911 oaly, in Burleson County. Returned by Geo. M. Johnston. Tax Collector v Own*r Blunt. <fc car....... Chrismftn, Willie.. ;T *4 'air, Will Douglas, Ueo...... Kill#. Tobe Kralm, LO Oreen. Vinii (Juyton, Ann, Kst Hillin, Lee Henry, Janus .. . Morilla, Pater J' Virgin... M alone, Kd Munson, Jno .Manuel, Narcissus Newton, Squire... Kugndale, S (1... " Younn. Tobe Knbnnks, .1 .1 .... (¡erald. Mrs. Lillii , .lone*, ( him Kinjj. Geo., list .. Nupper, David ... Zulmatiek, frank. < 'onvviiy, Si|iiire.. l>avis, Mrs. LA. <iee, Mrs. S K*. Sadberry. Andv Wilson, Hon.. Beat Number One D**c-rlptlcn ..... Abst. S7, K. Smith, 3-4 acres Abut. l(i2, A. UyUler, SO acres .... West Caldwell, 1 lot ... .West Caldwell. I Alj{. and 8r ....Abst. 231, Wm. Tempter, 54 acres.'.. ....Abst* 36. Sam Lawrence, 3 11-4aero*. ,.West Caldwell, 11 and L ,.... Went Caldwell. II and L Abst. .'45, .1. C. Walker. 72 acres. .. ....Abst. 171, H. McK...

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

at tlie po#tflW<T t* did well, Texas. M leeobi-claM mail MtWr. W, Advertising Rates Be Inet-rtiou .... . 20e per inch 1'EU MONTH The following; number «I inchs must be MSd weekly to obtain thee monthly rute. Itotg tooh flOc per inch )0to 80 " ....... fiOc " " 10 to 80 " 45c *' " 90 to 100 " — 40c " " AH advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Tear Si.00 (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 of a once happy home, to say noth- ing of the woe brought to the Boyce family, and the strong probability of 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 death of his father faile...

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

mm i My Choice of Duke's Misture Present * rt •uoup the MAf valtuhle ur.;nent« now given iviy with / <5f Dokf'^fctiirr (heretiMimtthltin to ui> y tu*tp—and Utjhts'«IJ|p1hMinff saXistaction the preset! - «re exact iy like' the y^eco iflclf. For all elarsM of nun like tbe selryeU VirgtoWkoB North Carolina bright iaaf thai ftMr | Now ill! fvi|^tftd tboil r-i-r — far i- k:-_ ,w m Qppular is ri^^'n quali'v jp tei.n :ai I' \<!i li.-.-nt & AÍv t"\\ ruu.e on will h!.c it, tur tVí'ie is no b I or 'r \ i ;; • • it- crM o tii'mci • >i¡-iu • i ,■ ii ¡y ffi (fri ! •; ! nt i ^ n ¡16 |j¡i;it'r* I N • * Y'>out tl:e "I !«<* < • > . - 1IM kriT .. trtil be ■ Myeri leader, and tdSaccv you ean buy. /a Mixture with the -try It now You tere. '•unces of t'hoire Rrnnutatrd with ctf^gi sack you nta /.tv,yeft (V Myrr\ Duke's I \ 'tlunble prrscnU I'bctc prt% fee \kUu\ Wie list incluiicH not only smokers' nrlirlcs - but _ in ir,y de*iral>lepre"<eots fur i- women muí children • ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 October 1912

ETWHBb ■ ■ tad finest of ererthiBj in the way Ice Crean, Col ■ Confections Novelties. ^ i Next door to Pottoffice Tee Children Bnrned to Death bt. Barnard, Que., Oct. 2.- The ten children, ranging ii age from 18 months to 15 year^ •I age, of Alexander Gravel o Ais place were burned to deal !< today. Graven and his wife left theii lome lust evening and returning today found t in flames Tbev were unable to aid th- children, whose deaths the} witnessed. The young ladies have organ. Med a 8 .'wing society, their fir.-t Meeting b^ing with Miss Fa? Delnmatt^r on Wednesday aftet- aoou when plans were form mu- lftted for another meeting wit! Hfiaa Myrtle Fraim nest Wed Msday afternoon. At this meet- log a name will be given the new •tganiza'io?! and officers elected Citton H'ul continues to come in and the wonder is where it ail «ornes from, since there seems to fee none in any of the fields ii this section. Where is it com sag from, any how? Mrs. C, U R^nfro of Somer* rile, visited dr.*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 October 1912

.. Y " - . It . ♦ * i k Ghriesman Chuti. Farmers are nnoat throuK1, with the picking of their cotton crop. A.nd are now gathering their corn, which in good, and in somewhat above the usual yield. The l'our h Quarterly Confer- ence of the Methodist fhurah for tt.e i 4yuna circuit, Bren hair district, was held here Saturday and Bunday, with Presiding Klder H A, HdrrrtURÍls in charge. Fairly good reoorte wore obtain ed from the various churches of this work. The I'cinlierlunil Presbyterian t'hurch will commence a revival meeting here next Saturday night, hew Walter <i. <#rif}!iihs will conduct the meeting every one in cordially invited. MiatCleo Hum of Brenhum, is vigiting Mr. end Mr*. J M. Love. Tom K. Birch Bulletin. The farmer* are all wearinp lung facen as tin y ar.- disappoint ed because it does not rain, ami rain itt nettled very much in thi section Tlio farmers are ill through picking cottun atid at' hauling corn. Many tears weii'she'4 week be fore la*!, when the bright yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 October 1912

TRUTH. Can Caldwell People A !:? well-known residents respected people of make such statements m the following, it must carry conviction to «very reader: A. B, Duckworth, Caldwell, •aye: "For some time I from kidney complaint.. Mjr back was lame and painful and my kidney were not acting as they should. I had been read- ing a testimonial of a neighbor who recommended Doan*a Kid- f y Pills and I gave this remedy trial. Its use benefited me so greatly that X am pleased to recommend it. For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Fosfter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's —-and tske no other. Cottonseed meal delivered nt your home, Vasor Nix. Miss Lois Powell of Márquez is visiting her sister Mrs, H. L. Parsons. R. S. Newsom of .the Brazos bottom was a business visitor here Saturday. Miss Bertha James has return- ed from visiting relatives in Houston, J. W. Blackburn returned to Dallas Sunday after visiting relatives here. r ■>' P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

m' Já Naw iabllsh*d ISS4 Con«otldai d Chronic ' I8QO May I0O7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE L ríonVoTl Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, October n, 191a — He Was Rattled f You Uavc all heard of the man' who was so "rattled" when he fpuiui that the house was on lire, that- 1 ' grabbed a costly mirror and threw It out of an upstairs window and then carried a a feather lx«d down stairs. He wanted to save something. When the fire comes, you are liable to be as "íattled" as this man was. You'll never think of the money in the house, so don't keep it there. Put it in a bank where it is secure. It is the only .safe plan The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty fund Bank *' J - Carman da£ was celebrated here in Tin n' Monday un- der the au'.- ut 4 of the Sons of Herman and their friends. The affair took place^at Germnnia hall where there had been pre- pared a princely barbecue. Early in the day the Caldwell brass bund begun discoursing music on the public square which was thronged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

Wgi TO SAVE of Chriea®an, tere on business your boree Is poor, go to Nix and get fend that will fat and sleek. advt. i- 4!'i O. T. Kilpatrick of New York, visited Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Cobb . WTtt. Jenkins attended the re- union ofTeny'sTe*ai Rangers at Elgin this week. Mesdamec J. B. Honeycut and D. O. Cox returned Saturday from visiting relatives in Bell* vlUe. Ff® hj H® Let ns lay Linoleum on your floors, neat, sanitary, and easy to keep. A big stock of all grades and numerous designs. Caldwell Furniture Co. advt. Mies Mabel Gayle of Nava «ota, came over Monday to visit Mrs. L. W. Hens lee. Bob Montague, Wsrren SulU Tan and Ervin Alford were vis itors to 8omerville 8undny. The car of desks ordered for the various schools of the couni v lias arrived and are ready for distribution among the schools that ordered them. Jim Teague has about com- pleted for Horry Hudson a cor- rugated iron building in the reai of Vasor Nix's feed store nod same will be used by Mr. Nix lor storing hay and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

v.,. A Savings Accomit Washing niwo£R is the foundation of prosperity and niclde saved in your household helps to build up your bank account Rub-No-More Carbo-Naptho Soap and Waikinf Powder Drill •ave you money, because it will save your clothes. It save* your clothes, because it does away with Iba washboard—it htm your tin , because it acta like mafic in making dirt fly—it saves yoor health, because it disinfect* your wash. No othor soap baa tho combined qwalitiee of Car bo and Naptho, the sanitary and quick cleaning fluids. Use both according to directions. 'Garbo* Disinfects Natío* tho Odor 'Naptho' Cleans Rab-Ne-More Washing the Dads l J Ptr Pachaf at 7 H.i*S7P convinced RUB-NO-MORE COMPANY Tort Wayne - - Indiana r * Cotton. Exposition Waco November 2-17 LOW FARES via Tickets on sale daily, No- ▼ember 1 to 17, inclusive, 1912, limited to return from Waco, November 18, 1912. Shorter limited tickets, on sale at lower fares. For detfti! information «ce Santa Pe Agent or address W, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

WHY SET OF ft* EtCa uipo • l(w H Ara yon going to the Bom Icouree, *t roiM it. Thavaday? Why of § If «you wont your stock to took lat and slick, give them plenty of the feed that eoaiee Vaeor Nix's store, advt, Be sure to go to Nix's (feed) •tore Thursday, Deo. 5th, and ffst a good turkey dinner for 35c from tiie Methodist Bazuar. Frank Lesoveky and wife re- turned to Cameron Tuesday af- ter visiting relatives here. J. M. Huckaby and wife re- turned to Goldthwaite Tuesday from visiting in this county. C. C. and Miss Maud Ragsdale went to Taylor Tuesday to speno Thanksgiving with friends and relatives. The Methodist ladies will have on sale at the Bazaar Thursday, all kinds of fancy work, aprons, kimonaB, cakes and home-mad oandy. Dinner 35 cents. J. R. Moses uud wife of Lam pasas are guests of N. E. Flan- ingan and family of the Center Point community. Mrs. John Keesee was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Billa Webb, this week, having stopped over enroute home to Brownwood from Somerviil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

KÍ-1 * Caldwell 3 Big Nights 3 WSSXSSSSSSSSSSSSSaaSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSaSSSBSSSSBBSSSSBSS COMMENCING . MONDAY r DECEMBER 2nd Bflly Bennett's BIG FAMOUS SHOWS (UNDER CANVAS) D i n % w. FIRST NIGHT That Big Melodramatic bill entitled ' TWO MEN AND A GIRL" SECOND NIGHT "CASEY JONES' The side spitting farce comedy, ful! of fun and wit THIRD NIGHT BILLY BENNET'S Worlds greatest historical Hipo Dramatic Production "ADAM TO COLUflBUS" v t A, r^:'w # '*& ' & ¡JpK JK I:- -..1# 18 th Successful } "" c.tier Th p*m I Am! in i JC C 4— - - ¿ <T* - p >1 „ wl.w - - an „ _ b L ^ I1 w' <&• Mi VWI U 1iKi yhrillimr Freo Exhibition .ver ^ 2^í-1 1T^I «T W IMS i8th ly MJtANNB OLBNN. They a*t on tht crumbling old «ton# wall, looking down tho tsn- kuaod lane at the retiring eigne of epring. "Ethel " eaid the young man, "aee JM glad l*m back?" -wny, to bo She. looked at him enriooely. "But them ie eomothing different about yon yon have changed." Don't you know what it ie? Don't you, Ethel? I c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

20o par inch PER MONTH Tte following number nf tnehs must be I weekly to obtain thee monthly rale. to 9K Inch* ¿ ~..80o per inch 0 to SO " fiOe " • to50 -«o « « 10 to 100" - 40c All Advertising run until ordered out. Local readers five cents per line each Subscription Per Tear $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) CITY BUILDING NOTES. An inactive commercial club is a great drawback to a city. i&f i The prosperity of a community is reflected through results obtain- ed by co-operation. Dead men tell no tales but ¡slum- bering people are sometimes great talkers. Financial assistance is usually a cold proposition with both the giv- the recipient. :-Sm Paved and lighted streets are testimonials to the pro- iveness of the citizenship. You can sometimes progress more rapidly by standing still than by running around in a circle. Opportunity sometimes stumbles on the door and mat and even then >verlooked or unheard. There is absolutely no gamble in building when you have the oration of the e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

f'' mm: w • ... P ; Lj I 1IWIIMI ¿i ** 1 -íw Everyone iu tilia eommunlty i through ijulherinj; crop . Mist Hattio Krueger and «bi- tter, Mím Leoma, «pent Sunday it the home of B. Kruegor. Mr . T. D. Beairii spent Sat- urday with Mr Tom Clepper. D. Krueirer was a pleauant visitor to the home of T.J. Beaird Sunday. W. M. Clepper and wife and little Norma Kruegor visited A. Rrueger last week. A. Krueger will leave Thurs- day for Sabinal whore he wtU make hie future home. All the young people of this immunity gathered at the tome ot Ous PoehLs Saturday niuht and had u fin ? time. Crin Krueger visited home folk Sunday. W, M. Krueirer and family visited H. Krueger Monday. Jack. ISbtiE THOUGHTS ON PICTflMS . jSOI hoi Sebesta Sittings. Our farmei'H have finished gathering their crops, and the j ield was quilo satisfactory. A good rain would be verv much appreciated, as it is very dry and dustv, School opened litre Oct. 1*t. A'ilh h good attendanre, under the efficient managiMiient of Mashes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 October 1912

of the W.N. Heslep consumed the day hearing testimony in the examining trials c! Levi Will- isms, Oncer Smith and tfhnie Porter on charges of killing Cavitt Haines on ths Saturday Bight before. All the defendants had counsel who after sifting all the testi- mony that could be raked up for and against the defendants, pre- sented the eame to the court whieh ruled that Levi Williams be sdmitted to bail in ilie sum of f 1,500 and that the defendants, Porter and Smith be discharged on the murder charge, but bound ever to the county court on charges of unlawfully carry, ing pistols. Ten ^others who were present at aud before the time of the killing, were bound over to the county court on charges of gaming. All in all it wan a good day fur the officers. A car of water melons arrived n Saturday from Bailineei* and were retniled from the car. 9nn* Everybody here enjoyed a treat llkei ¿fty on(j carri&l a big melon ■ "■ far Sund y They were Financial assistai*;'"iem proposition with ^ poun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

N*U/a lablljihacl >§84 Conaolldiitad Chronic IBOO May ISO 7 Covnty AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, October i8, 191a * Good Old Days ' , TIm "Good old days'* you hear so muck about, weve no doubt good because people then didn't know «y batter. But kow would you Iik« to get back to the days of Ike lUge coach, tke tallow dip, tke flint- lock end the spinning wheel ? It wouldn't do now. Neither would you care to use coon skins for money. A check book is much handier. In no way is tke change greater from the good old days than in financial affairs. You will find every modern convenience in this line at our bank. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Proceedings 0! the Quarterly Meet- ing of Burleson Co. Farmers' Union to YOU'LL SHAKE HANDS WITH YOURSELF when you acquainted vttli thi" Drug store, because you will firul i*v< \ • thinjr to your satisfaction. Quality. quantity, price at ! courtesy will uniy Augusta, F I'll ^krftbll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

fe-í- ' strain of business ia now on a boom a number ol new built) went up'recently. There at business bouses I but tir* a flourishing busing, are about 25 men at wort ■ dipg'Dg * biff bole in the e ^t bank of the river, to put a pie In Caribe bridge. There is abou two «ilea of the grading flniahec from tfce river towards Caldwell J. M. Meeka & Co, have mov t from tbe river up the line towai Caldwell, where they have takei another contract; mo haa Mr. Wiley. I heard a rumbling a fo days ago, something like wti vraa beard at Monnt Visuvia i days of yore; and aoon it cum tuenced to rain stump ; 1 ao>>< learned that it waa only th. stump blowers, blowing stump out of new tern tor y along trie railroad line. Corrilla Gerldna widow o Mark Gerkine, died at Brewer- Bill recently. She had typhoi lever. Samuel Sherrill of Bryun, i visiting relatives and friends i this section. J. J. Pressley went to Bryai last Sunday. The Bend school has been re- paired of late, so that it loo! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

— ■ -fc of the Entire Begins Saturday Morning, October 19th AND WILL LAST FIFTEEN DAVS A sale that forcibly sweeps all consideration aside. This is a revolt—a revelation. Come nere expect- ing to find the greatest values you have ever seen and you will not be disappointed. A sale of untold bargains, a supreme and most gigantic carnival of value giving unparalleled in the history of mer- chandising. Every article new and of the highest quality—priced at a fraction of a shadow of its mar- ket value. Get one of our double page circulars, scan its quoted prices carefully, note the enormous, the scandelous sacrifices that have been made, that must be made; and bear in mind that they are merely a few of the many thousands of Bargains to be had. Sale Positively Opens Saturday morning, October I9th, in the Piwetz Corner Buildirvg—Caldwell Premiums Given With Lacti $5.00 Purchase. Premiums Given With Each ¿5.00 Purchase Onstott-Clark. Saturday afternoon at the •court house, Judge It. J. Alex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

■ nhé mm Vj;^ fftf. ■■ : 1 $s i; í I? ' per inch MONTH tuber «>f inch* mutt Ka tbw monthly rate. . We per Inch tOo « " .... 4Sc « M 40c " until ordered oat. Hvf onnUt pKr line each Per Year $1.00 is Advance.) thstandiog the rapid rate the unimpr ved ands in of the Uhited States are appropriated, it seems diffi- men and women to c< m- the full meaning of this and to appreciate the uceof securing homes for and their children while of land are yet within of persons in ordinary luces. the memory of many now vast territory west of the River was almost a bar* e; the population was only an occasional farm the coumry; land was not and the home seeker to push his way in- wilds could get his pick for a an acre**. This land was ••red worthless except for the ition of the deer, the ante- the buffalo, and only the of these animal* found it Me to vMt it. gradually the tide of west- immigration cr<>sse<l the f«th- of wnters and, settling first in States contiguous/ to (that i, slowl...

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