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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

Mast PtoopleWorry about WaahdayJ IUMRUB'IKHMRE Products IMU r t UK I want to tefl you what a wonderful change a pack- age of RUB-NO-MORE CARBO-NAPTHO SOAP and WASHING POWDER brought into my home. I used to be tired and croes, my wash was yellow and torn and late upon the line, but now I am happy the clothes are white and pure and early on the line. My house it clean and neat and has that nice freak odor, which CARBO-NAPTHO ■fees. Mv bathroom, pantry and sink just thine. No other wip bee qualities of Carito and Naptho. 'Carbo' Disinfects—Natíom thm Odor 'Naptho' Cleans— Wmtoh Rmsultm RUB-NO-MORE WASHING POWDER t¡0 ¿ par pachaco at your grocora. h Tm 1* _ _ .J swfcaa ea bat eüaá tb¡ ¿«i . Try it and he eonvineod. RUB-NO-MOKK COMPANY. Fort Warn*, Indiana Cotton exposition Waco November 2-17 LOW FARES via Tickets on tale daily, No- vember 1 to 17, inclusive, 1912, limited to return from Waco, November 18, 1912. Shorter limited tickets, on sale at lower fares. For detail informal ion sec...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

s • • test and finest of ererthini in the w«y I'd lee Cream, Cold Djinks, Confections aid Novelties. door to Postoffieo Tti« Msthodist Ladies will hoi their annual Bauar ot Thurs December 5th. Tho com rnlitse recuesta ell the ladle of the chufoh to do ell they oan in the way of fancy work, aprons, kimonas end oandy eud not weit to be eallad upon. Uta make thia year the grsatest sue- oaaa wa have over had, Place will be named later. Now is the time to buy your stove -pipes and this is the place to buy them, if you want to get big values. Two stove pipes for a quarter of a dollar, «an you beat that? Galvanized stove pipes at twenty-five cents. Come in .and see for yourself. I also sell tin and aheet metal goods of every description •and you'll find my prices invariably as low as the quality of the goods will -allow. Adolph Polansky, Jr. Phone 105 Caldwell, Texas v.. NOTICE OP INTENTION to spplr to th* jMblitun of Teuu, which convencí in January 1013, for tiie panage of an act or acta ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

.*,fv S SW I take pleasure In penning n lew more lines to the Ledger. The weather in oool and there ave aleo good signa for rain. Louis Wiikening and family of Burton spent severs! dnys with his mother, and also a few days with K. C. Poehls and family. A show gave a performance hqjp one day lást week aud it was Well attended. Miss Julia Popek a^i Jitntuie Ofcharia were united in inar- riago Wed ñenday at the Catholic ohurch and in the evening, a uanoe was given. Henry Wiechert of Biroh. and Mias Minnie 8tefTan of Caldwell, were united in marrringe by Rev. Hassa at the Birch Ger man ohurch. A large crowd spent a fine time at the home of William Poehis 8unday. The evening watt wpen in dancing by the old and the young and every one had a splendid time both day and night. Our old friend, Gtis Rrinkraan and his best girl epent the even- ing with us. Mrs. Bcheffel of Caldwell was a pleasant visitor in this com- munity Sunday, H. C. Poehle is making im- provements on his home. Mr. Kabliitu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 22 November 1912

— Barred Plynjoth J. C. Klebb left Friday on a /rip to Kordheiin are thinking of baying r Organ you should see we are oMmr. We you money. We sell kind. J. W. Harvey Go. Mr. and Mr . Joe ^ykukal gave n line feast Saturday night was well attended. All report a nice sup per and a fins time. Wiederhold bss his asarly completed and i adds to the looks of our lunity and ws ars glad to i our section improving so lapidly. Mm. George Maxwell Jr. left Monday to visit her parents at Müano. Gidson Royal made a flying trip to Dean filie Saturday. Mrs. Dora Calvin and child dren of Providenoe are visiting the family of her mother Mrs. Grady. Mrs. Dolkofsky spent a day tilth Mrs. Royal this week. T. L. G. Phelps and family vbited in the neighborhood this week. Misses Earle and Olvia Royal visited in the Hookerville com muuity Sunday. W. C. Ivev of Volney spent last week with J. H. Royall and family. Chas- Langlotz and Ralph Whaley made a flying trip to Milano this week. The farmers around here are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

■9pk«>- ifÉ ' ¡ü ■■ • ■ i.: .' «íSísaas*"!"-.—f ¡ssá «savias*/- AND NEWS-CHROI í '.. f© Volumne XXVIII ————— 11 '" Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, November 39, 191a rTnrr — I Not Boosting We would rather boost than boast, any time. We don*t claim to be the whole works in th* banking business. All that we claim is that our stock holders and directors are plain business men just like the rest of you, men who realize «heir responsibilities and expect that every customer shall be given a square deal. Further, we know that our bank is reliable, has abundant capital and surplus, and has an enviaole reputation for fair dealing. If that's boasting then we have boasted, that's all, bul its all true. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank We Are Prepared to Do Your Job Printing—Call Us Up! Were'e Always on the Watch for novelties and extra bargains with which to please our numerous jiatron . We never let a chance .slip to ¡jive our customers the bent lit of our experien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

* # i ■ ■ r b$&> I * iff* Best «od finest oí rtsrfltfif in tíá*ijr I tf lee Crean, CeM i i brinks, Confections and Novelties. j ■ Next door to Postoffice Now is the time to buy your stove pipes and this is the place to buy them, if you want to get big values. Two stove pipes for a quarter of a dollar, can you beat that? Galvanized stove pipes at twenty-five cents. Come in and see for yourself. I also sell tin and ■sheet metal goods of every description and you'll find my prit.es invariably as low as the quaiiSy of the goods will allow. Adoiph Polassky, Jr. Phone lit!) Caldwell, Texas NOTICE OP INTENTWN to apply to tha Z*K¡sbtture of Texas, which convenes in January 1913, for the paraage of an act or acts authoriz- ing the Gull, Colorado and Santa Pe Railwa> Company to purchase or lease the properties now owned ana hereafter acquired by The Concho. San Saba and Llano Valley Railroad Company, The Texas and Gulf Railway Company, The Gulf ard Interstate RaMwav Company of Texas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

es IY \ ♦. No Dairy mm/mm mmmmmmmmm Should Be Without It Rub-No-More Washing Powder cuts the grease and removes all residue without injury to the surface and makes all vessels dean and sweet DIHECTION8S Dissolve a quantity of Rub-No-More in warm water, pour into the can or separator, shake up well, rinse in clean water and see results. Try RUB-NO-MORE—5/ or 26/ per pkg. At All Grocers THE RUB-NO-MORE COMPANY, PORT WAYNR, IND. Now is tlu* time to buy your stove pijx-s and this is the place to buy them, if yew want t<> set big values. Two stove pipe* for a quarter of a dollar, •Can you heat that? Galvanized stove pijies at twenty-five cents, Come in and ■<: for yourself. 1 also sell tin and sheet metal goods of every description and you'll find my prb.es invariably a* low as the quality of the goods will allow. Adolph Polacsky, Jr. Phone 135 Caldwell, Texas MM Rave time awl money by using the long distance telephone" Transact business satisfactily without waiting for reply. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

* IP DOOMED Wednesday came despite the Rain and mud from miles in every Direction. ^ Every customer was highly and delightfully satisfied with the wonderful bargains of this Gigantic Record Breaking Sale. The firm of A. Rosenwasser and Co., kept every promise that in. duced the coming : : : j • : Don't Be Mislead "Remember there is only one real sale and that's the Great Doomed Sale at Rosenwasser's Mens and Boys Suits In numberless Count Priccs Cut to Pieces A Hat Free With every man's suit Femóos Smith's Axmlnster Rugs 0x12 (room size) *25. values #11* AO Doomed at f 10«90 $4.50 values, 80x60. Doomed at S1.98 "THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM" Be on Hand before the best is gone. Positively no goods charged during the sale, and any goods bought during this sale will not be changed after the sale - ex- ROSENWASSER •f Last Thursday evening Mrs, J. R. Hartgravss was a most charming hostess to the younger sst as a pretty compliment to the flris home from Baylor for Thanksgiving. ••Hearts" ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

A last and final effort to close out the remander of the LEVINSON'S Stock must be accomplished in the next DAYS We have given up out* building and will vacate same about January 1st, and to keep from moving as little as possible, we offer to the people of Caldwell and surround- ings the greatest opportun¡tes they ever had or likely to ever have again. We offer all odds and ends that we have left in 1)1 y Goods and our fixtures at 50 cents on the dollar and all our new and up-to-date this season's goods at New York Cost. Corn Basket is our cost mark. Come study it and you will know how much it cost us and hovtf much you can save. Sale begins at once and lasts until January 1st. B. L. LEVISON CALDWELL 1EXAS v> District Court. District, court adjourned Tues- day morning after Laving been in session lor more than three weeks, The following convio- tiooe were bed on ple*s of guilty this week - Arthur Dearman, assault to murder, two year*. Will JoneSt assault to murder, two year*. Jim ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

CMrti Letfcr By TH County Publishing Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manager. Entered at tbe poitoWl«r «1 Caldwell, Texas, m BeccmA-claM mall matter. Advertí) One Insertion -... tins Ratea 20c per Inch PER MONTH The following number of ineha most be wed weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* 1 to 9% Inch —60e par inch 10 to 80 " -Mo " M 90 to SO *« 46c " " JO to 100" ~..40e " M All advertlalnf run until ordered out. Local readers Ave cents pen; line each Insertion Subscription Per Tear fl.00 (Invariably in Advsaes.) Many of our modern mothers who let their daughters go pell mell will soon have cause to regret it later when they are numbered with the outcasts they will grieve •over a misspent life, These ten- dér little girls are receiving callers and the dolly goes into the scrap pile. Immediately thereafter the daughter enters into a life of gay- ety wherein the ladies are fifteen to sixteen years of age and the gentlemen are cigarette succers of possibly seventeen to nineteen. The mother lets her ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

' To Your Interest to Watch This NEXT WEEK B. L. LEVINSON Plweti Building Caldwell, Texas * t * «Is * f «§m|H| !|«2í#4 I- Wayne Norville Shot Odd Fellows Ojster Supper, Tuesday a distressing accident took place when vouni' Way tic Norville. fas accidentally shot j wiih a shot gun while out hunt- ing on Second C'reek near hi^ home. Ho had been hunting squirrels and stood the gun down by him to put his coat on. As he went to put on the coat the gun was discharged, the load going almost straight up and tearing a hole through his ab- domen and grazing the left side of hi $ face and eve. He *vns The O ld Fellows give a ban quet and oyster supper }in their J lodge hall Tuesday night for 'he | pleasure and entertainment of themselves and it large number of invitei guest*, the followiug program beirifi rendered: Address oí Welcome, W. M. Hilhard. Piano Solo, .Miss Louise Black- burn. Recitation, Miss My rio Fraim. 1'iano and Violin Duet, Misses Kite Hundley and (¡ardena carried to the Tetnj...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 November 1912

«BtgBWpS They Still Come of B y City of bio ooa. B. ton 8aturduy w sgi ,a C. L. Renfro on mo up from Somerville Friday ami cpent doy with Mro. Tom Another Car Mitchell Wagons Another Car Moon Bros. & Banner Buggies One Car Buck Stoves OUR GUARANTEE BEHIND THEM _ Mm. Joo Booo of Cameron Ügpjjbt 4ke week with the family of Wilton Hoooton, and Mico Jloud Mahonoy. Mro. Carrie Botris of Somer- villo woo up «hopping ond visit- ing friendo the first of the week. If yon ore thinking of buying • Piano or Orgon you should eee the onee we axe offering. We will aove you money. We sell the good kind. J. W. Harvey Furniture Co. . H. E. Kelly and family of Somerrille visited the fomily of A. C. Murray the first of the week. J. R. Moses sud wife orrived Sunday from. Lampasas to spend the week with the family of J. E. Brewer. W. B. Bradford and wife after a visit to the fomily of Dr. A. H. Footer returned home Sunday Rev. J. P. Green of Hemp- preached in the Presbyter- church here Sunday morn- a...

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

M w« ■•Ubllahtd l««4 ContoMCalai ChronlOa ' • 4 laOO May ieO7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE «SBKASfiS! Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson. Comity, Texai, December 6, 191a Prudent Men Prudent men all carry Insurance of some «sort. Life insurance to protect those de- pendent upon them, fire and tornado in- surance, live stock insuranceII insur- ance,-accident insurance, etc. And bankers? You bet they carry insur- ance, too. Our bank carries insurance against fire and burglary in order to pro- tect our depositors money and our own. But after all the reputation of our bank for honesty, reliability and square dealing is the best insurauce you can have that your money deposited with us is safe. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank We Are Prepared to Do Your Job Printing--Call Us Up! SHOP EARXY Now Li the time to shop. You have no trouble in making a schtti'iii, Uusides you are ►aved all the inconveniente a::J rush at the last minute. We ure showing a beautiful lino of hoHdnv goods...

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

Ill iSPS OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT I CéflMItifA ' m jirlJWC $ Variety Store a, i door to Post&flce Battle- ships at Galveston Dec. 6 to 10 Th® I will, on Dec. rdav sell round trip tickets to Galveston at the extreme- ly low fares shown below Bound trip tickets will be on sale for trains arriving Galveston evening of Satur- day, December 7, and rrorn ing of Sunday, December 8. Tickets will be limited to Mon- day, December 9, 1912, for final return. from Caldwell $2.50 ite from Caldwell .$2.76 te from Lyor.s $2.50 K. Turpin. Agent. 'JUST WHY IS AN p A lad.. YMd to VtooL rnfaeatnn do not be* Heve that oeo«uepUon to inherited, feat a nm ur Inherit a weelnisee to that disease. eitlaea of EraaevlUe, writes: MI was 111 for Sve mouths with pulmonary trouble, and had tike beat of dactara; I had hemorr- hages aad was ta a very bad way. fThreach the adrice opa friend I tried ITIaol, aad I feel that It eared my It is all yon twetnraend It to I believe It Is the gmtest aedi on earth. I have aárts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 December 1912

Nj ( Jf H nffi MsoffrwKR A Friend In Weed If you kosp house snd wsnt your linens bright and snow-white like these, you must hsvs Rub-No-Mora Carao Nsurtho Soap and Washing Powder. , "How did I ever get along without it" is the try of the of women who now use RUB-NO-MORE snd would not be without it for snything. USE RIjB-NO-MORE on your clothes, sink and kitchen oteadle and bath-room. If you do, you will be convinced that there ie aotMag Mm Cerbe rlipAe — the ■¿tot N® ether soap has the combinad feeteaee efCevboeadNaptho. Your wash will be clean and white in half the time and with leaa aork and annoyance. Dtebdéct 'Naptho* Cleans >at dee— Tfce Try u sat fee cawwiiicea mé «mrpeckmwat 49 your Crosara RU&-NOMMOBB COMPANY /uyne, Indiana t * Now in Ihe time t<> lut.v your stove pipes end this i the place to buy them, if you want to get big value*. Two •tovc pipes for a quarter of a dollar, can you beat that? Galvanised stove pipe at twenty-five cent*. Come in and see for your...

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

pg * -v' iMpat a od (or prsssnf thenar th t« not Griff eth^ v isi ted ; Clepper on* doy last John Clepper and little Mn. T. D. Blaird oqe * $r ' )k. Jo|in Clcpperi visited Mr. on* day lsstwe*?. Bd Ton^ Wfcat ley wtnOo Galveston 8sturcfaiy. Will Clepper and Cria Kwger visited Tom Olepper one day last Miu Uelena and Lanado Clep- por Titilad Miu Alma Griffeth Sunday. Ralph Whaley visited his fath or in Caldwell Saturday and Sunday. POliy Addison and Tom Clep por wore pleasant visitors at the home of W. M. Krnger 8unúay. Mita Eunice Beard visited Mrs. T. D. Beard one day laetweek. Pal. A. C. Murray returned the firat of the wsek from ¡attending the'Masonic Grand Lodge in Waeo. l W-A Last Saturday afternoon the Qui Vives, with a number of in vitad guanta were delightfully entertained by Mrs. Jesse Gar- tot. who waa assisted by her mother, Mra. A. G. Jenkins, Mies Natalee Simpson ¡and little Miee Mollie Jim Gilley who marked • scores and entertained the with mnaio which waa greatly enjoye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 December 1912

- .V ■ • \ A last ánd final effort to close out the remahder of the LEVINSON'S Stock must be accomplished in the next DAYS We have given up our building and will vacate same about January 1st, and to keep from moving as little as possible, we offer to the people of Caldwell and surround- ings the greatest opportunites they ever had or likely to ever have again. We offer all oads and ends that we have left in Di y Goods and our fixtures at 50 cents on the dollar and all our new and up-to-date this season's goods at New York Cost. CORN BASKET our cost mark. Come study it and vou will know how much it cost us and how much you can save. Sale begins at once and lasts until January 1st. B. I. LEVINSON CALDWELL TEXAS Death of^Vyley Roakejr. Wyley Ros|ey died Tuesday morning abont 10 o'clock at the home of his brother-in-law, R. M. Hoffman, and tha2%remaine were laid to rest in the cemetery there Wednesday sfternoon, the funeral service* being conducted in the Methodist church. De- cerned w...

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

Comity W. «. RANKIN, Co. Batared at the posto"*s* «1 Caldqr*U> Texas, m soccaé-cU mall mattar. Advertising Rat One insertion - Hto par loch PER MONTH Che following nurobar of inoba must ba wed weekly to obtain tbaa monthly rata* 1 to W Inch* — ~.Wo par Inch 10 to 80 " ... — 80a " M SO to 80 " —+— 4Bo " •• J0OO 100 " ~ ¿40c " « All adverannf r^,uiítll ^flfcered oat. Local readers ttve cents per Hns aach Insertion Subscription Par Tear Si.00 (Invariably in Advance.) The rain and recent cold spell is a good argument for good roads. In almost every direction the roads in the country g >t in pretty bad ohape, and this very same thing will happen every time there is a wet spell of any length. At pres- ent and under the present system of working roads, the superintend- ents have nothing with which to build roads except dirt and when the dirt becomes thoroughly wet, óf course it is only mud and gets washed away and the roads be- come impassible. There i& only one way to have good ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 December 1912

= r r Texas PUBLIC SALE 15 L Sale Begins Thursday Dec. 5, Ends Saturday Dec. 21 L- C. ROBERTS DEPARTMENT STORE • Brcohan) Texas A few linen of explanation are hero necessary, so all will know anil appreciate the importance of this sale. Confronted with tlm nuwl serious husi()ess problem, being overstocked, conditions compel us to try ami reduce same. For this reason we are offer 11114 at retail public sale to the people of this and adjacent counties, our $75,000 •tock of high-class dopendalile merchandise for Men, Women and Children. We fullv realise that to get our stock down to what we want it. that only the most drastic reductions, such as has never been presented to the public, can accomplish thi« for us, Having been established for years, the people well know the high line of merchandise handled by us, well know our conservative methods. < We have never inaugurated a sale, never made any assertions, without strictly stating the truth, in the deepest wense of the word, and du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 December 1912

líUU9 4". bottom Saturday after visiting relatives in i;¡ddin4 Miss Mattie Giddings return* ed to Brenham Sunday from the family of her broth- er, j.L.GW|di*B«. '1 1 lira. Mary Norville left Sun- day night for Temple to viait her son, Wayne, who i« .in the Templa Sanitarium recovering frqm the gun shot wounds he received «exeral days ago. * < Miíwés Mary Cromartle, Jjena Gray. Lillian Wotipkn, Cora Hundley and Mamie Jenkins re* turned to Baylor Iniversity Monday after bavin# spent Thanksgiving with home folks. \nother Car Mitchell Wagons Another Car Moon Bros. & Banner Buggies One Car Buck Stoves OI K GTARANTEE BEHIND THEM Standard Sewing Machines 4S) ^ Waukegan Wire, llog Fencing, Iron Roofing H. E. Urbantke and family and Miss 8arah Urbunke came over from Lexington and spent Thanksgiving with the family of J. C. Cleb who had a family re- union that day, Forty people were present aud the reunion was a happy one for all. NOTICE To The Stock Holders of the First State Bank You...

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