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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

'" ti' f '? ' ' Sf '-f >r N*w* BstatollaHad ¡B84 eon.011 Chronlcl* r r IS0O may 1897 AIND NEWS-CHRONICLE Ladgar Batabllahsd IfMJ.T ronaeildaisd F*b. lOtl Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, May la, 1911 Number i« imillMMIIMMIIIIIMMIIIIIHMHHMimMIMM TO OUR Owing to the continued rains this season we feel that , a great many of our friends will need money for working ¡ their crops. County Fair Assured. We would like for our friends and customers to re- member that it is a pleasure for us to accomodate them in • any way possible An.i V(M who read this, if you are not -i customer of on!*h we cordially invite and solicit your patronage. Tjhc 3*irst State ffian/c. Of Catdtvofi, "Coxas GUARANTY FUND BANK BUSINESS THAN BAN «• N O O T H E I N G At the appointed hour last Monday afternoon, the members of the Business Men's League as well as other people interested, met in the court house to discus* the ways and means for having a County Fair here. W, M. 8tone presided and J. A. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

focal aitó personal Lfi happenings the week li fi.. ' •V""/; Miss Lillie Smith left Saturday to visit friends and relatives in Pendleton, There was a well attended and intioh enjoyed dance at Silver Hill Saturday night. Mesdames Henry Schiller and John Jancik went to Cameron Monday to visit relatives. If any one thinks talk is cheap just let him puy tolls ou a few long dictance telephone calls. Jesse Garrett and wife went to Belton Sunday where the latter will spend ten days with friends. H. W. I5nte9 returned Sunday nignt from Bay City where he had b^en on a visit to relatives and friends. J. tí. Wo os ley and wife, of Whiteright, were the guest of W. F. Sullivan and family this week. Mrs. C. W. Webb and child of Beaumont visited the family of her father, John Mcl'ower. this week. E. G. Blum, of West. Texas, was here the last of the week on business and also visiting the family of otto Wendorf. DURMC THE "YE4TCRMY" Or OUR BUélrtCéé CAREER VE RESOLVED TO &UII1D OUR EéTJlBLISN- A...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

i It ' LOCAL AND PERSONAL K. S. New.sum of the Brazos bottom was here on busineBN yes- terday. Mrs. Joe Polansky spent the week with relatives and friends in Lee County. A peck of trouble looks like n bushel to the man who is up against it. The birth notice in last week's Ledger stating thai there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boehme at Hogg, a boy, vns an error. It was intended to read Hie hard Hoehme, Jr., instead oí Frank. E. C. Abbott left the tirnt of the week to attend the bedside of his wife who was critically ill at that time and who died Tues- day night at the age of •>." years. The remains were buried there yesterday afternoon. Rev. .1. W. Uoodwin has re turned from Dallas where his wife recently was operated on for appendicitis. She is so far re- covered that she has gone to the residence of her father iii law, B. K. Goodwin, at Lindale, where she upont a few days and returns here the last o i tl e week. State of Texas. Card of Thanks. We desire to return sincere than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

>T"; Ü. cm Ldfcr By Th« Burleson County Publishing Co. W. W. RAMUN. lis t si. Entered at the poetofflce at Caldwell, Texas, as second-class audi matter. Adv*rtla-ng Ratea One Insertion 20c per inch PER MONTH "The following number nf inches •must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rate I to 9% inchs «to per inch 10 to 80 " «Xs " " 30 to SO 44 45c " 44 «Oto 100 44 40c 44 44 Ail advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cents per line each insertion. Cards of tiianks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Three big battleships, the Min- nesota, Vermont and Mississippi- will reach Galveston May 8*th, -and remain several days. The present forest area of Tex- -as is 30,000,000 acres and we cut 2.099,000,000 feet doling Wit. Texas-lumber is found all over the world. Protect Your Town. Protect your own town and thereby show that you are in favor of protection. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

o 4 V ■ % r + i {-1 IMk wm focal anb personal | ,), happenings .5 01 of tbe votth. U¿ Wad o M. Taylor maule a busi- ness trip to Waoo the last of the week. Attorney J. M. Mathis of Bren- ham, ws« here this week! tt end- ing county court. Miss Marie Love returned to CbrieHinsn Sunday after visiting friends hore, Miss Myrtle Runkie left Sun- day for Weir where «he will spend two moniha visiting relatives. Miasen Aliie Lewis and Nellie Holt returned to Chrieaman Sat- urday after attending tha ban- quet at the Miuh School. Mrs. M. A. Fisher came down from Temple Sunday to vinit the family of J. A. Mclver of Dime Box. Mrn. K J. Caldwell, nee Joe Rowland returned to l-innis after spending ten days with her moth er, Mrs. Emma Rowland. Attorneys J. F. Ruchnnan, of Hranhatn, and T. .1. Carter, of Somervilhv won* hero on legal business tin-first of the wwk. Miss Htunah Smith whe is at- t 'tiding the state univei>ity came down ¡mi attt nih'd the banquet at th" school house l«Vi Jay eve- nin...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

IH BIG SHIPMENT OF Brooms Forty cents vtlm On Sale Saturday a.t 25c H. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice TOWN TOPICS. Mrs. W. C. Bain is visiting her eon, J. E. Bain, in Travis. W. M- Hilliard attended court in Somerville Wednesday'. PJ. T. Moore made a business tripjto Dallas Wednesday. Jim'Hale of Fort Worth spent the week here with relatives. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett Wednesday morning. 4* fine boy. Thad Hale has returned from Alpine and will spend some time itere with relatives. Rev. J. W, Goodwin will fill his regular appointment.in the"Meth- • odist church here Sunday W. M, Stone and Joe Scott left yesterday for Richmond to at- temCtbe district Methodist con- ference of the Methodist church. W. H- Collins has bought out the restaurant business of C. A. Broaddus near the depot and will make many improvements there and try to give the public the best of service. A model wife is one who can take a few cold biscuits and make t)Ot puddings out of them. A model husband is one who ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

*«**< OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS 1 Hix Happenings. The weather is now pretty again and wh farmers are proud. It will take ten ditye or two weeks to «.rot crops cleaned out and in ¿¿rowing condition aguiu. A prohibit ion club. with about Í15 member?, was or^anixed here last Friday night. The officers are \V. K. (¡ertuaii. Pres., T. L. Phegley, V. P., .!. VV. Porter, Secy-Tmis. The club will meet on the second an«l fourth Satur day nights of cnch month. A nice progr.im of short speeches, music, recitations, etc., has been arrantM' I for the next meeting.. Rev. Andrew Uroaddus tilleii liiw H'gujar iiiipoiutmont at Cov- ington Priori« M'hool house Sun day an l Sumí;.y night. Our community now Ims a string hand r I during tho re C nt '.vet w<-athi r they have been mee'ing \ve li!y. Their lust meet- ing was wnii the family of ye nci'i'do Tliu:'-.«Jay night. Tlv we kly enJ rtainment wn? 11u?>■ i <irt at IIh> reaidem-L* of I • Phegley Kriday niyht. All pres ert report a line ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 May 1911

A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods In Stock Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big German riillet Seed--Wh?ppoorwill ^ Peas—Clay Peas—California Black-Eye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed^.w ^ Corn in stock yet. Bran and Chops. Grocery Department None larger and more up-to-date than our. We want your Grocery trade. We offer good goods and good treat- ment. Order a sack of Oriole Flour. Genuine French Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp's Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger's Coffes and Teas. Anything you want in the Gro- cery line. Hew About a Bucks Stove? Best on Earth Is It Something In The Hardware DeP't? Klwood Hoít Fencing YVaukegsn Wire. Cham- pion Galvanized Cisterns, guaranteed nor to crush or leak. Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory wagon Man- lier Buggies. M.Kin Br>>«. Buggies. John D«'«;re (íuí- livatQrs. Standard Culti- vators. Diverse Cultiva- tors. Schuomiherg Sw««*|> Stocks Full lino shHf hardware. Imported white enaux' war *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

N w* ■•labllahfcl II Chronlel* ' r r II AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ■•dg*r Batabllal nenaolldaiad r Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, May iq, 1911 *• ''/• V. ' ■■ J; BRYAN SAID: THE fellow who tries to attract busi- nees without advertising:, is like the fellow who throws hit sweetheart a si- lent kiss in the dark. He knows what he is doing but nobody else does." That is the reason we are advertis- ing. We want your business and take this way of letting you know we want it. We want it for our mutual benefit. Number la 'ill Come in and lets talk it over Uhe Jí/rst State ffiank. Of Caldivott, Tjoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK •NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING" 8 mpson When You See Our Wagon in front of your door you ran rel ish th" thought that your neigh- bors know you trade with first- j elass grocers anyway. But thatj i-n'i h fraction of the satisfac-' tion you'll have when you couic to use the groceries we eerri you j Mak 11 up a trial order is un ox- \ periment. Include fht art irlos ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

' V's'- . '' is?1' focal attb persona! iJ. fjapptninji ill Ut of ib n>««h. ill Read Lodger advertisements. Mrs. O. F. Lyon and daughter, Mrs. Eula Rhodes war* pleasant visitors here Monday from Ly- ons- If a girl he* made up her mind to marry a young man she is not insistent that he ask her father. There's no use in getting an* gry, yet some men seem to get a great deal of satisfaction out e of it. Capt. C. W. F. Windel left Wednesday for Hubbard City and will be gone about ten days for his health. 0 Mrs. A. C. Murray and little Elna Kelly left Wednesday for Odessa where they will visit Mrs. Aurelia Skinner. Misses Louise Wotipka and Jaffa Simpson attended the clos- ing exercising at San Marco stste normal last week. Capt. C. E. Cade and 2nd Lieu- tenant Ben Hill are at Camp Mabry this week attending the school of instruction for officers. J. W. Harvey left Mondajr for Fort Worth with his daughter, Miss Lucile, where she will re. oeive treatment for her health, in a sanitarium. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

■ V = Wm$ "$9v TOWN TOPICS. t hiiiiiiimi mwttti* Mr . J. L. Giddings and chiW tire visiting relatives ¡11 Houston. ¿ Miss Birdie Bowers of Tren- ton, Tsnn., is here on a visit to relatives. H. C. Clark left this week for Dallas where he will take treat- ment in a sanitarium. C^Míhk rinnie Stovall has return edl to Somerville after a few days visit to relatives here. Mrs, A. M. Weyund of Car- mine, Ik here on a visit to her parents, It. 10. Kuel and wife. v The k hool board yesterday raised the salary of superintend- ent J. M. Smith from $1*100 to $1000," which was the proper thing for them to do. The public: school hern closed Tuesday and the pupils have the whole summer in ¡which to go to hIiows, frolic and have a good time till the jail term begins by which time they ought to have had plenty of tun. The pupils and teachers met at the school house Thursday after- noon where the reports were all handed to the pupils. Their pro- motion ranis were delivered, rjvery thing shows that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

CMMiLdflcr By Th* County Publishing Co. ill «. W. RANUN, Entered at the poatofflce at Caldwell, T«u*, aa second-class mall matter. Advertising Rate* One insertion 20c per inch PER MONTH The following number of inches must be used weekly to obtain the monthly rale 1 to X locha «0e per inch 10 to 80 " 50c " " 30 to 50 " 45c " " ,50 to 100 44 40c 44 44 . All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers tive cento per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolution of respect and all matter of a like naiture charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial News Two large hydro-electric plants with large dams will be erected •on the Devil's River and Peoos stiver at a coat of $6,000.000 and a syttein of irrigation establish ~ed. The Cunningham Sugar Re* "finery at Sugarland has started «operation, running full time on u cargo of 15,000 baes of Cuban sugar, which is to be refined by the mill. Canadian has just sold $10.000 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

—— r i r •ar local an6 personal ih happenings iji m of the tpeth. yj Read Ledger advertisements. Major R. Lyles of Cameron, at- tended court here tliis week. J. L. Giddmga returned Tuea- •aay from a business trip to 8om- erville. Mrs. Will Morris, of Atlanta, Georgia, is visiting her sister, Mr . J. 11, lloslep. Miss iJt; Alva 8toke8, of Min- eral Welle, visited friends and relatives here several days this week. King I'elder of Ubuppel Hill, attended the funeral and burial of Mihs Mary Kenney last Satur- dav here. (J. G. Curiin left last I'riday to attend the reunion of the Con- federate Veterans at Little Hock Arkansas. J. It. Lyon, G, D. Williams, J. A. liaade, YV. A. Barrett and Joe Blocker were among the Soinerville visitors here Tuesday Mrs. Margaret Kress returned to Austin Sunday after attend- ing tlie burial of her Bister, Wins Mary Kenney here the day be- fore. ! HIS FIRST CASE. iJY &cUe Maniate* A roininiiicent look came into 0arret' eye u he read the letter hearing th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

1 J J HG SHIPMENT OF Brooms Forty cents value On Sale Saturday a.t 25c H. R. KELLY Next to PoitofHce XOOAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Marie llroaddus came up from Galveston Wednesday to .spend some time with friends. Miss Zelda Heslep is visiting relatives in Austin. W. H. Jenkins spent a few days in Port Worth this week. J. W. Blackburn returned to Dallas Sunday after visiting the family of W. N. Heslep. Man, like grass, is tender at first, but scon ceases to be green, and, finally gets tough. M, D. Rogers has gone to Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he will spend a month for bis health. Notice—Notice is hereby giv- en that no bathing is allowed in -our tanks on the Barnett place and the Reeves place. Any one caught bathing in either of these tanks will be prosecuted. W. S. Barnett. J. Earl Porter. At a chureh conference in the Uaptist ohuroh after preaching last Sunday, the membership of thechuroh withdrew fellowship from A. C. Murray. Some time ago John Struwe resigned as chairman of the Burl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

& mm "Vf, , OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS Animwum nun Vest Stone City. j We are having some beautiful farming weather out in this sec- tion, and cotton chopping is the order of the day with our farm- ers. We had a nice little rain last week and it was a blessing to most all. Misses Hattie Pollock and 8allie Worthin>ton visited Miss Nellie Worthington Sunday. M iss My the Uunkle is visiting friend* at Weir. R. E. Draper and wife spent, the day in Caldwell shopping Saturday. The Bitm<>k River has been on a rine butglad to report is falling now. There wan a Hinging at D. Pollock's Saturday night and the same at K. Runkte's Sunday night vhieh was enj< ved by all pregeirt. We«hav*' a fine «iiginf clans in our •section when we ran gel them ail together. •I i IK VVmIííii was a visitor in our «e«ti«>n Saturday and Sun- dayfrom (lookers lie. Mr* Sarah McGregor is visit- ing A, Pollock's family at pree ent. Henry Walliti and wife spent the <¡uy Sunday with the family o/ Joh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 May 1911

ir 3[¡r MMMMmMM&MMMMMMMMbbMMm A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods In Stock Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big German flillet Seed—WhippoorwNI Peas—Clay Peas—California Black-Eye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed Corn in stock yet. Bran and Chops. Is It Something In The Hardware DeP't? None larger and more up-to-date than our. We want your Grocery trade. We offer good goods and good treat- ment. Order a sack of Oriole Flour. Genuine French Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp's Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger's Coffes and Teas. Anything you want in the Gro- cery line. Hew About & Bucks Stove? Best od Earth El wood Hoe Fencing. Waukegan Wire. Cham- pion Galvanized OUterns, ¡guaranteed nor. to crush or leak. Mitchell Wagon s. •Old Hickory wagons Ban- ner Buggiex. Moon Broe. Buggies. John Deere Cut tivators. Standard Culti- vators. Diverse Cultiva- tors. Sehunrenberg Sweep Stocks Full line eheif hardware. Imported whit 4 enamel ware. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

.tr-f-ci-üís °nr«aftr AND NEWS-CHRONICLE === Caldwell, Burleson County. Texas, May a6,1911 ilí ÍMMMIIIIMM mim <1111111111 BRYAN SAID: THE f«Hair who tries to attract buai- ikm without advertising, is like the fellow who throws his sweetheart si- lent tries in the dark. He know what he 1*doing but uobody else does." That is the reason we are advertis- ing. We want your business and take this way of letting you know we want it. We want it for our mutual benefit. Come in and lets talk it over TJhc J^irst State fficin/c. Of Caftitvcf/, ZJoxas GUARANTY FUND BANK MO OTHEft E U S I N E 5 8 THAN BANKING \ The Cook Who Knows wi'l te'l you that it makes a lot of difference in the results when first class groceries are used. You believe that too, ot course, hut imagine that first chips gro- ceries are 100 expensive for you. Coiw here and h urn your mis- take. Our prices are as low ¡is an v. Simpson Grocery Co. High School Closing. The closing exercises of the Caldwell High School took pi in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

VEKVTHING focal anb personal i happenings tl^c week. Musical Medley Friday night, May 26th. J. W. Lauderdale was up Wed nesday to attend oourt. T. ft. Batte and J. G. Minkert of Bryan attended court here this week. Prof. J. M. Smith left the first of the week for Rogers where he will spend about two weeks with home folke. A dog supposed to be afflicted with rabies was killed in a negro house in the southern part of town Wednesday. Miss Mill Wotipka who has been teaching in Skid more for the lust year ha« returned home to spend her vacation. Sunday afternoon there were five colored people baptised in Davidson creek near the water works by I lev. Augustus Harris, JUME I* THE MO/tTH TOR WEDD1/1GS, MB OUR STORE Id THE HEAD-QUARTERS FOR WEDDIrtC OUTriTé. LET THE WEDD1MC BELLS RlflC! WE ARE READY TOR THEM. YES, WE CAM SUPPLY THE BRIDE, THE BRIDESMAIDS, THE GROOM, THE CROSMSMErt ArtD EVERY OrtE COrtrtECTED WITH THE VCDDIAC. THAT IS/i'T ALL, WE CA/l SUPPLY YOU WITH YOUR TRAVELING OUTFIT ir ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

■> * Senior Gait. lutiful affair ffiven in hon- or of the graduates of the Cald- well High 8chool was the enter- tainment given by thoir Sponsor Miss Maud James, Saturday evening at. the pretty home of her parents. Besides the gradu- ates, the high school teachers participated in this delight fui hospitality. The Urst part of tho evening was pleasantly whiled away in the playing- of Hearts and Jen- kins, little Mian Hay .lames murk iag the scores made. Then the guests ware UMhered into the tiininjr room, in which lerna and flowers were artistically arranged White and gold, the class colors supplied a very effective motif on the tA'o luncheon tables, upon irhhh centerpiece* embroidered in daisies, formed a basis for the flora! embellishments. in the renter, a large cut glass vase holding daisies, was surrounded by seven gold tapers. The place cards had the date 15)1 1 printed in gold and were adorned with a white daisy tied with go'd ribbon A dainty salud course was served followe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

POR THE DAYl NEW SCHEME OF THE THIEF By Th« mm w County PubUsMnf Co. W. W. RANKIN. sred at the postoffice at Caldwell, rezaa, as gcconu-clws mall matter. Advertlalns One luaertion 20c per ineb PER MONTH The following number of inches must be used weekly to ubtain the monthly rate 1 to Q% Inch# 60c per inch 10 to 30 " 60c •« " 30 to 50 44 45c " " ÓJ to 100 «♦ 40c " " All advertising run until ordered ont. Local reader five cents per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and. all matter of a like nature charged for samo rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial News. V/'v- i Good J'roads have been the glory of the nations.'of'the past and will add to the greatness • of our present generation and make us powerful in commerce, in- dustry and in learning and aie the most beneti?ient power that ever blessed progressive human- ity. The localitities in the utute where good roads have been built are becoming richer...

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