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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

flgp for tke Uxes^oH911 Mt7.i1 rntd by Geo. M. Johnston. Tos Collector Boo! Number One .Abst. Willie Abst. West , Geo .....West .Abut. ,0 Abst. 1, Vio West Ana, Est Weét in. ¿*e Abst. James Abut. Peter.. Abst. Virgin........ Abst. Ed Abst. , Jno Almt. j, Narckwui Abst. I, Squire Atwt. ¡le, 8 O Abst. [S ,. Abst. . .Abst. rdu Tobe Abst. Dsscrlptlsn Tm 57, P. Smith, 3-4 acres $ 102, A. Dykler, SO acres Caldwell, 1 lot Caldwell, ¿*1. Alg. and 8r 231, Wm. Tempter, 64 acres 36, Ham Lawrence, 3 8-4 aeres Caldwell, H aud L Caldwell. H and L ¿45, J. I'. Walker. 72 acres 171, H. McKeen, 50 acres W, P. Smith. 1 acre ft7. F. Smith, 14 r.cres 269, Wm. Mason, 80 acres 57, P. Smith, 1-2 acre 34, A. Kuykendall, 30 acres 203, Joe Heed, HO seres 31, W. 1*. Huff, ISO acres 6, Jno Bird, 50 acres 44, Jos Perry, lOOncres 54. P. Hulz, 1-2 acrt 3 07 4 22 3 21 8 83 2 79 3 91 1 52 1 14 4 74 3 42 4 22 3 49 4 06 77 3 49 3 45 13 99 3 «3 Best Number Two Bqjwnks, J J Abst. S, Jno Bird, 61 acres 6 66 ÉHHSi, Mr«. L...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

s ■ ■ Best tad fiaeat of evwfliijia •f lee Creaa, taluks, and Novelties. Id door to Poatofftee Cotton seed meal delivered > x your home, $1.00. Vaaor Nix. D. E. Reeve and W. E. 8imi ion are viaiting in Lometia, Miss Carrie Williams of Som erville spent Tharsdaj and Fri- day with friend here. Mesdames W. F. Sullivan an E. A. Ellis went to Somervill* Monday afternoon to visit rein tives and friendo. Cal Whittington handles I Sealahipt Port Etuis Oysters^ (advt.) I till • aZ ™ haveat .year* he Inquired. "Tee, that old oae; but, of eeaiee, X eea't cany It" i "Can't eerrjr Itr he repeated. "Why eea't jroa carry itT" "ITe eo email that It'a really rldlcu* taoe." It'a bl* eaoagh to keep your heada warm, Isn't it? Or hea It auddealy abruahf You dear father," I explained. "now that huge muff* are in etjrle. it'a quite lmpoaalble for q e to use that little one you gave me eo long ego." I wee led to believe when I bought you that expansive eet of tara three winters ego," aeld father, "that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

/ I W ' •" •' - Í .' / 1 I % . &®r. k % CIAL CUT PRICES 81.3c 81.3c 10c Amoskea| Ginghams . 10c Otttinfs 10c Bleached food as Gold Domestic 8 l-3c 10c Unbleached Lockwood Domestic 8 l*3c ' Special Reductions In All Departments Just received a large line of AVIATION CAPS We have on hand an extra large assortment of ladies, misses and children's cloaks. A. Rosenwasser Co. I T) <• stun- that lwlicws in ijyick .salt's, small profits. Stores at Lockhart. Runge, Kenedy and New York The north wind is blowing and in filled with wind, and there I some prospects of rain, v The school here under the management of Miss Martha Boehine, has commenced and in doing fine work. Olio Mierer is building him- self a new home, and also, It, C. P&ehls is making improvements on bis place. Alexander Koehler spent Sun day with David Poehls. Hazel and Lillie Poehls visited Misses Edith, Minnie and Laura Korth one day this week, Working Girl. H. H. hu y MjJfó :¡ Brymer Briefs. WINDEL BUILDING SOUTH ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 October 1912

. RtflcK Wild 8omt*tl ing a Kolutely new, Something nevHi ha ore carried with a wild vest Mbow i* but one of the uianv features of that most nut«d of all American r Enterprise. Kit 's Buffalo Ranch Wild We refer fo the «eel lent bom complete Menagerieo< trained wild animals la existence today. Carried simply &a an ndded feature for yonrlaapection and no extra charge for viewing «ame. Duriag the course of the performance anima! acts of all desription are preaented for your approval. Thia with the fancy riding, ropimr and other traits of expert horsemanship, displayed by the Cowboys, Cow- girls, Cossacks and Mexican Vanqueros constitutes but part of the two hours of solid amuse meat. A dozen clowns are con tinuall.v at play and it will be a hard matter to stop watohing the antics long enough to view aome of the imported European artiste in novelty acts of every deaeriotion. The performance ends with the superb, spectacu- lar, historical fantasy, "Battle of Wounded Knee" in whic...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

''STffügrr* NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, October 35, 1913 Good Old Days The "Good old days" you hoar so much about, were bo doubt good because people then didn't know any better. But how would you like to get back to the days of the stage coach, the tallow dip, the flint- lock and 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 the 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 BanK CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty fund Bank fan«s¿ </&■ - B"%nZ YOU'LL SHAKE HANDS WITH YOURSELF when von «ct acquainted with thin I)ru« store, because you will find every- thing 10 your satisfaction. Quality, quantity, ijrtce ami courtesy will «ureíy please you. We do business on the principle of treating a customer rifiht, and that always brings them I jack again. Kuerything that a high...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

. W' P 1- o*PP. Wednesday night Constsb'e fid BUis arrived from iba Bra- zos bottom with Avery Mack, «olorsdroharged with an aeaom* plioe in tha «tabbing 1$ death of falter Cosky. It ••ems that he furnished the knife with which the Brooks woman is alleged to have have done the stabbi if'- '■ Get your oysters at Cal Wit- tington's. Hs will treat you right. (advt) Constable Ed Ellis on Wsdnes- day night arrssted and lodged in jail Lee Quillin. colored, on a charge of jumping his bond in Dallas county. The officers of that oounty havo been notifipd and are expected here after him at any time. I hereby thank my many friends for their kind assistance to me in my recent illness snd Insisting me to go to Mineral to try to regain my health J. M. Bates. b •¿Let us lay ons of our beauti ftl patterns of Linoleum on your Dining Room, Kitchen, Hall or Bath Boom Floors. Caldwell Furniture Co. Advt. imn Mrs. W. M. Stone attended th Dallas fair last week, being there on Kidd-Key college day which w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

o ' V á "esTreat ! «ule) m Viimm of m I order of sale Imm4 out of the •riel Juurt at tour Oountjr, on Ihu Mil day of August, IMS. by the Clerk , In the cum of Pinole E. Davl* rartu «I. N. Uroesbeark, J, V. UKwabMck. Jr.. I* tf. Winter , J. R. William and J. M. Dice. No. B-Mtt Md to me. iu Sheriff, dlróotvd and de- livered, I will proMod to null, wltliln the hour, prescribed It, In for Sberir* «alea. <ln M ® 8«*at Tuesday In November A.IMUUi.lt iielng the drat (Snd) day of wild month, be- fore the Court llouae door of said Hurleaon County. In the city of Caldwell. Abe folio , lag described property, to-wlt: And. Whereaa. on the aamo^Uy, Inter- Tenor. Mr . M. K. Wllllauu. rmtrurvd a Judgment aaalnat J. E. William and J. M. Ülce. and uucfc of then, the um of «Kt.ni, with six per oeut lutereat from anld date, and all ooet of anlt, together with a foeecloaure of her aecond lieu on the following described property, to-wlt: \ In the County of Hurleaon. Ktale of Texas, •and being deacrll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

' f"-t f ' * " vV ■' ■ * m ■• r*,, AéM • — ^ -i ' (adft.) fn|r. handles the uviwrni night tor when they • ' % jp been rain enough to good Miaon to JÜít p of the day now. ▼. 0. Addison and Walter i went to Fort Worth to hay a ear of malea Cal Whittington handles the Port Cade Oysters from New Or- leans, La., and they are large. (advt) Ed Priehe and wife, Louis Lebde and Miss Alvina Lehde left Tuesday for J>allas to spend the week at the fair. Neil Cromartie returned the last of the waekfromattending the Prittbyterian 1 Synod at Jost received a oar of red, proof, seed oats. Vasor sdvt. £Su E. B. Boehme went to Dallas Monday1 where he spent the week attending the fair and look, ing after business. Blankets land Comforts at prices. Caldwell Fur- are Co. Advt. Mrs. R. W. King left Wednes- day for Martin on an i extended visit to jier daughter, Mr#. J, W. py-',-. . Something New. 8 u n and will not fade Kolorfast , caldwell Furniture Co. nent. i ■ W Entile fCubena and wife of Clay, ' "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

fm í In the Public Sale of the entire Levinsati Stock now 01 Bargains you can't afford to pass up or ové: Here «re e f?W of the many values that are bargains are being offered, e timC to act is now. Using offered. .* t 19 cents will buy good, heavy foclies' long-sleeved Vests. Splendid grades of boys, misses and children's heavy Underwear. Dandy grade of boys and baby's caps. Splendid grade of heavy Damask Table Linens, hood quality of Window Shades and dozens of other items worth úp to 36c and 39c are being offered at 39;cents will buy extra good quality jai' ladies Union Suits and Vests. Splendid grades of Aviation Caps of pure wool. Hand sum 1 children's caps. 50c* dress goods. 72-inch mer- cerized table damtisk. *22x90 bleach- ed bed sheets. Handsome aplaque window shades. Ladies silk gloves and hundreds of other items worth up to 75 corita. 19 3¿ 46 cents for fancy whip cord dress goods, fancy pure wool serges, lustrous brilliantinea, liandsome vel- vets, pure linens, table dam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

******* — ►rttolng ,10b per inch PER MONTH number of inoha mutt be obtain thee monthly rale. 00c per inob 60e •' " V 48o « " ** 40c •« " run until ordered out. I renders tire oenU per line each Per Tear $1.00 kbly in Advance.) One of the large railway systems a circular to all of its agents Impressing the desirability of courtesy to the public. And > circular starts with a definition —. so that tlie agents may in no need of searching a die- to discover just what the is about. This value of courtesy has been all lines of business for a The retail merchant t before paper sacks were When he made those cone-shaped packages of paper to hold the that were purchased in Everybody in business stud- hoM* to increase trade through treatment ot customers. Railroads did not discover the of politeness and attention to i public nearly so early in their a loc of other people did, a long time there has been less attention to the refine- of business among carriers, ionally a very courteous hill be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

1 ' Ipf f fa. j ■ 5*5. i ' ■■ -L \ Blankets and Comforts ON SALE MONDAY AND i This Special Sale of JBlankets i and Comforts comes jast at the time when a saving on the price of warm bed covering is most appreciated. Double while and grey cotton blankets, size 54x79, at 90c Double grey cotton blankets, 60x76 in $1.00 Singled colored cotton blanket, wool finish, * 66x80, at $1.00 12x4 heuyy single cotton blanket in grey, blue, pink and tan—wool finish, at $2.00 Double grey, pink and blue wool blanket, size 70x80 * $3.00 Fine, soft, all wool blankets, size 64x80 in white with pink and blue borders and with silk ribbon binding, at . $4.00 Cotton filled comforts, size 64x72, with silkoline covering, with floral designs, $2 and 2.50 Cotton filled comforts, size 68x78 with sateen coverings, with floral designs $3.00 A. Rosenwasser €0. The «tor - that believes in quick salos, small profits. Store* at Lockhart, Runge, Kenedy and New York W1NDEL BUILDING SOUTH SIDE SQUARE SAFER THAN CÁLOMEL T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 October 1912

to MP. *nd Mrs, Fr.nk Monday, October 14th, Pi Still Come Albert Wiadel went to Fort Worth tout week on business end in the Dallas fair before T, G. Eiaenlohr of Brenham, «mea visitor to relative* here Runday on his return from Dal Itugh James of Guymon, Ok lahoma, visited home folks here this week. Another Car Mitchell Wagons Another Car Moon Bros. & Banner Buggies One Car Buck Stoves OI R GUARANTEE BEHIND THEM ts& Mrs. Henry Gregg went to Cameron Mondsy to spend the with her parents. Mai Womack of Somerville, was a visitor here the first of the week. Get the Port Bads Oysters at Cal Whittington's Restuarant. (ad vt.) \ - Carroll Worn ble of Houston, visited home folks here Satur- day and Sunday. ' Jesse Ward and wife o! Bay City, visited relatives here this Standard Sewing Machines Waukegan Wire, Hog Fencing Iron Roofing Red Rust Proof Seed Oats i Rape Seed Turnip Seed Seed Rye and Barley Burr Clover Onion Sets Oriole Flour-all the time FULL STOCK GROCERIES AND HARDWARE Du...

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

AMD NEW/S'CHRONICLE Caldwell* Burleson County, Texas, November i, 1912 Volumne XXVIII Good Old Days A The MGood old days* you were no doubt good because know any better. 'jbh about, then didn't But how would you like to get back to the £ days of the stage coach, the tallow dip, the /Hnt- ,ock and the spinning wheel ? It woulf^ do now. Neither would you care to use coort skins for money. A check book is much handier. In no way is the chatage greater from the good old days than in financial affairs. You will find every modern convenience in this line at our bank. reniem / The First State BanK CALDWEk' TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank ones? YOU'LL SHAKE HANDS WITH YOURSELF when you jjet acquainted with thin Druii store, htcausc \ ou will find evory- thintr to your satisfaction. Quality, quantity, price ami courtesy will surely please you. We do business on the principle of treating a customer right, and that always bring* them hack «Kain. Kucrvtliing that a high-grade, up-tn- date Drug store s...

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

i Ssckly to Comae bit Woman' Missionary of the Brenham District convene In the Method let of this city Wednesday night November 6th. There will aleé be aarvioee Thursday at 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. Delegates ^Irom the societies of diatrict,> number of &onneetioiíll w^ben and preachers will be preeent Everybody ia cordially invited to attend these services, Sy TIMMJ SAILKV. ■ ' ■*«' Mfc bMaaNMi UHnvy ^ Jjia Ffiais Hodm walked in bar "Winter's coming, Peter," aha Mid trf the big yellow oat who followed Petar worried down the path after the rustling, romping leaves. He Mked the ooolneea of the ft myt| him feel The greatest musicians in the world play the Columbia Graph ophone. The roproduetlon of this muaic is wonderful. Step in and let u« demonstrate. Caldwell Furniture Company. The M. M. Club." The M. M. Club met at Miss Maude Malone'a Wednesday afternoon, there being only one absent member. Every one had a delightful time and a most de- licious course consisting of hot choeolate, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 November 1912

r* Can Be Had In The "PUBLIC SUS. DOES A SAVING LIKE PIWÉIZ BUILDING " AT A SAVING TO YOU ALL THE WAY FRO - as to'SO pmr cmtli '■ JUSTIFY YOU TO COME AND INVESTIGATE? Textbooks Adopte! By State Bout The following ia a list of books adopted by the Staie Textbook Boards Speller—New Century Spelling Book, by McOalluai A Horn, published by Silvsr, Burdett A Co- Price: retail 18c; no ex- change price. Basul Readers—Hill Readers, books one, two, three, four and five, by Hill. Stevens & Bur- kett, published by Ginn A Co. Prices: book one, retail 18c; ex- change 9o; book two, retail 25a; exchange 12c; book three, retail #0c; exchange 15c; book four, retail 85c; exchange 17c; book thre, retail 40c; exchange 20c. The Playmates Primer, by Halibuaton, published by the B. F. Johnson Publishing Com- pany, price retail 18c; exchange 9«. Hnpplemental Readers -T h e Arnold Primer, by Sara'i Ar- nold, published by 8ilver, Bur- dltt & Co. Prioe, retail *J2c; e|rhange 11c. The Art-Literature Re...

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

h' Advertising RatM Oat> Ineertieo 20c per lack P*R MONTH * fl* Mlowlas mmmbw <K lochs aut be mmá weekly to obtain thee monthly rale. *1 te Hf Inohs «0e per inch flO " - — 5 " " ,00 " 460 " " • 100 " - 40c « *♦ All advertising run until ordered oat. T era five cents per line Mich Per Tear ti.00 (Invariably in Adranea.) The county needs a new court house and needs it bad. Remem- ber that fact. A court house Is the property of the county and it is tiie duty of energetic, enterprising ' people to be a unit tor their county having a court house that is up with the times and a credit to the county. A prosperous enterpris- ing people do not want their county to have a shoddy looking, ramshackle building for a court house. It is an admitted fact that this county needs an up to date Temple of Justice, and we must have it. Well, you may say we need other things, too, and that is a fact; but it is not the county's business, nor the business of the commissioner's court to make ac- commod...

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

«1 m O 1 í WM n Juaeph Woadrash Cleik r Courtof Hurlasen 'Jounty oí Mm OBWt of lnur «111 the nil day of A un uní, 1SI8.I thereof, la the ease of Prank R. J. N. Ufoeabaeolc, J. N. Uroeshi**. Jr., L. V. torn. 4. K. William* and J. M nú . No. ■•law lUMl to inn. aa Sheriff, directed and de- livered, I will nvuoestf lo Mil. within tira hoars prescribed by law for tfl rira sala , ■t ttrst Tuwdajr In November A. I usw.it the Nrst (9nd) day of «aid month, be- fore the tJourt House door of eald Hurloaoo County. In the oltjr of UaMwell, the follow ' * descrll*«d property, to-wit: And. Whereas. on the same day, Inter- iWBMr. Mrs. M. E. V\ 111 lama, recovered a Judgment against J. E. Williams and 1. M. lMee. and each of thein, the «um of fCl.iO, •!; with«I* per cnntlaiereat from wtlddate, and all-ousts of anil, toa ether with a foreclosure ¡W w N#r Mkumd IIdh on tUo followltitf donorlbud property, to-wit: f In the County of Musiesen. State of Teta , «and lie tu if descrilmd a m aerea of laud, h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 November 1912

bat ft ■—i ■■Pr?;, \ CM the Port Cal Whftüagton 's Reef to Air. and Mn. R. C mornlaf, a fió* Kev. A* Nt Plsdj^r preached Sunday morning and evening in the Baptist church at Taylor. Jn«t reoeived mat proof, seed Nt* advt. oar of red, Vasor A. W. 8aie has taken charpa of the expresa delivery and ¡will begin handling same |on and after the 1st. Cal Whittington bandies the Eads Oysters from New Or* if La., and they are large. (advt) On Tueeday at the Catholic ebnrch at Dime Box Rev. Father Kunc united in Carriage F. J. Kostellca and Miss Helen Oroc- sarsok. Iloth Uve in this county. WANTED—2 or 8 light home keeping rooms unfurnished or small house. If you have either of the above to rent, why osl np the Ledger offioe. Father Joseph Kunc has re turned from a nevfral weeks- visit o his old hoina in Europe and brought with him Lis 18 year old sister and his 9 year old brother' who will make their home with hitn. —y /., Cal Whittington handles tbl Sealshipt Port Eads Oysters, (advt.) Lam Br...

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

It 4' Wf¡ : •: % .... • r Í*# V r takes a closcnge view of clothes to fiput the truth , —many a suit ks good in a window tor at a iance but does it really prove rÚ in all details. I0.00 50 .00 we price you SUITS and OVMTS that bear the se- vered moat critical test ibat is pblte, Spare alftftettyie A Splendidtock of New Suits an3vercoats fo^oys I No matter wl his age or size may be, the b will find just the clothes he v<ts at our store. The quality it goes in all suits from this st is the principal feature. This why they stand so well the ?ar that an active boy will g? them. They are priced at S'C, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00 and upwan A. Rosnwasser Co. The atoro tliat'VPs 'n quick sales, small profits. Stores at Lock* Runge, Kenedy and New York WINDEL BUILlG SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Entertains Qui" Clobembers Mrs. J. Earl Pori®ntertftin- ed the Qui-Vive C Saturday afternoon with Halloween Party. The <cor nrd8 were Tory appropriate,nj? out the idea of "ap8- ' After •fx interesting go* oi Forty- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 1 November 1912

1 í%. s$g&v \m wai up from we«k o legal lira. T. M. Hunt of S« thegueet of relatives Sledge Houston wu up bull- ' ¿rito a bunch from here went to Branham and attended the cireus. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Polansky last Sunday morning, a fine boy. Heazie Coleman tama up from Somerville Saturday to bring a prisoner. Miss Ruth Corder of Houston, visited Mrs. Tom Broaddus last weék. t -- Miss Ethel Henslee was among those who attended the Dalla* fair this week. MM They Still feme Another Car Mitchell Wajs' . •••• • •••«. | Another Car Moon Bros. & Bannüuggics One Car Buck Stoves i Ü "WANTED—To rent 2 or 8 un- furnished rooms or small house, close in. Phone 39. Mrs. C. L. Renfro came up from Somerville Friday and vis- ited Mrs. T, R. Broaddus. ¿i Mrs. John Jaap, Jr., returned the first of the week from visit- ing in San Antonio. I Mart Rogers returned Satur- day from an extended visit to points in the north and west. Miss Senada {Smith came uf> from Bellville and spent 8atu...

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