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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 December 1912

W' rlesHi SCUtl iSoo °KSffStfW AND NEWS-CHRONICLE iXXVHI Caldwell, Burleson County, Tens, December 13, 19 - 11' — 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 insurance, hail 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 ah, the reputation of our bank for honesty, reliability and squi re 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 Caldwell Citizens' Buy ¡ Visiting From $100,000. Coal Mine Philüpine blanda We Are Prepared to Do Your Job Printing—Call Us Up SHOP EARLY Now U the time to shop. Von have no trouble in making a selection, lie*ides you are • &ave<l all the inconvenience and rush at the last minóte. We ar...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 December 1912

-V' -' r .*■ ■'* • * ..XAS D may inherit a weakneM to that diseaao. ettiMn ot Branarilla, "I waa ill for five with pulmonary troubla, and fcad the best of doctor ; khad Iwaiorr- and was in a rery had way. tha adrioa of*a frland I triad I faal that it «and myi It la all you reoommand It U I bellava it la tha rreate t m*l- ia oa iki*L | hara advised other* try Vlnol, and thay have had tha •ama results." (Nam* furnished oa request.) Vlnol soothes and heals the Inflamed surfaces and allays the cough. Vlnol «reates an appetite, strengthens tha digestive organs and gives the patient strength to throw off Ineipient pulmo- nary diseases. Try a bottle of Vlnol with the un- derstanding that vptrf money -Rill bo -^turned If It d**". help you. P. S. stop Hft sA ;t, our Sax© 7'iSve stops itching f > ijcarantee It 1 —- " .¡4 . \J—U !=—■ "-JKSF1 ■y a Xmas liuods Don't forget to call at our store for your Christmas toys fancy candies etc. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Struwe's Variety Store.. Next door t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 December 1912

tS ' ttatSSSTtta tow* tfa* dirt Pea tire mt Cart# ill ■■■*!• low clothes. Now tb« mostdStesU woman can do her own washing with UB-NO-MORE ian who usss it, knowe it'e good qualities and will ase It eosts only 6c, not more titan many worthleee cheap >g to directioni on the carton. —Wmtoh Rmauitm RUB-NO-MOJtB COMPANY. « t Wayoe. Indiana C/PcJ/I Cut F.ICCS Galvaniied iron cisterns are a specialty with as. We make them our- selves sad know their worth. We do a large sheet metal business, and have the men end facilities for doing it well and cheaply. Anything that can be made of tin or sheet metal we can make it. Gome and let us show you what we «ando. Jr. Phone 185 Caldwell, Texas Save time and money by using the long distance telephone' Transact «business satisfactily withoat ^tiling for nsplv. Just a turn of the bell and we do the < rest. Connected with all points in the count*and over the state. Use thetelephone and work while we get your man. Prompt service- time saved money ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 December 1912

>m m 8abiller at Harvey' Halan Maturo and An returned to Austin after visiting the fatui- Collie Wyatt. Born, to Mr. and Mr . Bob Bell, Tuesday, a fine aon. Moth- er and child are doing nicely, aad Bob—well he i a ptoud a can be. to a large number of friend Saturdav, «very feáturv AND A Happy New Year To All Plaoe y^u.r order with u now far a Chuso*Premier Mattre.ss at (10. The pnce Í9 going-up on January 1st. Absoluta aatiafac- tioG Guaranteed. Caldwell Fur n i tur a Co. L. Seitrel baa a very n?at ebow window display this week, witb old $anta dressed in full and •now covering the ground around the house. Thorntorn Grocery Conipany put in a pretty and ubowy die play of goods in th ir show win dow Thursday morning. The show window of A, Rosen waeser was very pretty the pest week represented a man prepar ing to go back home to spend Christmas with home folks. It i quite attractive and was wel planned. Sr Mrs. Joe Bass of Cameron is a guest of relatives here this Dr. J. P. Greene, o...

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

Mí' * BIsP I 5 67 8 90 MO LEDGER DEC. 27. H As has been our custom in if it years, the Ledger will take week's vacation from Decem- ber 24th to January 4th. There were Ave issues iu No- vember and will be fivo in Janu- as we will make no ex. for the extra weeks is will Mtill receive one week without charge •nablei us to miss an complete our con tracts without loss to any, and which will enable our force tu enjoy a real holiday week just like any- one ala*. We highly appreciate the liberal patronage given us during the year and hope to ^ merit a continuance of satuedur- lug the coming year. Wishing one and all a merry Christmas * and happy New Year, we again five notice that there will be no ledger on December 27. Notice. Beginning January 1. 1918, Lwe, the undersigned, agree and ourselves to regulate the itter of delivering goods to customers in the foliowiug manner: All orders to be delivered lie- fore noon must be received be re 11 o'clock a. m. All orders received aftet U a. no.,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 December 1912

pw PER MONTH of li ran until ordered onu ttvt to per liu Mch •l.OO Pit Ttar (Invariably in Adrsnes.) will depend upon the prep- given the corn land this Corn is an exacting plant its requirements for available food and moisture. When conditions are favorable it re- readily and there are few cvops that make more satis- growth than corn but when are unfavorable corn suffers and when it has been ao later work or favorable conditions can restore the to the normal condition so ^rield can ' be ¡made that >n. It is necessary that corn be broken deep and the land to hold all of the jnois- possible. This is especially where the normal rainfall is it limited.rjThen all vegetable fit is on the land should in time for it to deeay Ming time. The humus very essential in Corn No effort should be incorporate in the soil all matter possible for re holding capacity of 11 be in proportion to t of organic matter in- in (the soil. is now too late to planta cover but the land should be turned rebroken...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 December 1912

1 r MAKE 1 gM GIFTS i THAT ARE I I m w m|v m m u USEFUL THEY PLEASE IS I Just Arri v k SOLID CAR OF V,'l 18 HfflUl l M nSM . * i, / is . * • • , * • * * , • AND LATE^TSiyi^ ABSoLure* ; NO OLD STOCI T H I s \A/ & o I ROUOAt GIFTS •l< Direct From Indiana Furniture Factories ART SQUARES And Small Rugs are Fine Gifts The Biggest Stock vvc have ever had-Absoli)tly anything you want. All Grades, All Sizes. All . Designs Are Your Nishts Cold and Sleepless TRY A PREHIER MATTRESS! We absolutely guarantee it to satisfy in every particular refunded. $1fi nn A Perfect Mattress $1fi 00 Your Boy Will Appreciate a Chifferrobe Keeps Clothing nice and in shape. A place for everthing. Shoes, liats, Shirts, Ties, Coats and Trousers. A Cedar Chest For Anuone The finest thing out. The oder of cedar keeps the moths away. Will save enough clothing to pay for itself. Also See Our Matting Boxes Useful Gift Sug- gestions In Furniture The gifts that bear most of the giving spirit are gifts of value, gi...

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

ñas FIT mm mmMMMMMMM' Christmas Cooking Will Be Pleased to Have Your Orders O. B. Dun lap. Wnxahachie, Texas, Dec. 10. In his recent report to the Texas Welfare Commission, O. E. Dun lap of this city, chairman of the committee on the establishment of cotton Mills, strongly com- mends the establishment of these mills throughout the state and cites the local mill as evidence of what can be accomplished in this line of industry. The Wax I. ahachie mills begun operation in April. 1901, with a capital stock of $100,000, since which time they have steadily increased their output until todaj they compare favorably with mills in North Carolina and other eastern and northern states. Since the mil! began operation, the fires have never cooled down, and the nam ber of spindles has increased from 5,000 to 10,000. The consumes annually 5,000 bale* of cotton, which, at the present price, will cost $275,000. Little or no difficulty has been exper- ienced in procuring and keeping mill operatives, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

IMI . ■' M>" ' " ■ 9i ¿i"' *' £' J / MNWUk ANO Volutin. XXVIII —L- Caldwell, Burleson County, ' i A '"h *L k —T" 1913 m 10 ; . 01 1 •: ¿ ..i': >*5"« —— $ # £ : •>.i ,X2'-. mi, ¿J1 'J: a . Hollow ot Your Hand ' "111 V 'J 1 , 1 | 4 • ' i I | " i 1 ** ' • ' 'i ' ' '.¿•ntK/i W it Jl Iu Jim .! ¡ | (files* born with « silver spoon in ^-'yónr moiitftn your financial success mti in tft*e holipw of your own, hand and may rest there anyway. Its up to you to make good. You cando it if you will. The hand mutt not only dolts full share of labor but must also be taught to save. .Our bank will carefully guard your earnings. We cordially Invita you to beeeme one of us. State BanK TEXAS Triple Trafedy t" - o« the M T= W VOW At Clay Station, in Burleson | County, Thursday afternoon about two o'clock, Green Walton «hot at bis brother, Bob Walton, with a ahot gun* tafltattag a Wound fn the leg, eud killing^ small boy that was near by, a«d seriously injuring a little girl. The two children ware...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

W«d Dead AT LYONS. disaatroua fire visited of Lyons just before >d§y morning euttfiling t ible loss of property to oí the inconvenience Iting to that thriving little — town. About 4 o'clock in the | morning the druir store of Dunn & Son we# discovered to be in flame® which had gained great headway. This being close to the hotel, the flamea speedily wiped that building out of ex iatence. Tha office of the Lyons Leader was next to go as that ollloe was right by the hotel. 'The loss to Dunn A Son, is ap* proximately $4,000, with only only $1,500 insurance; the loss to the hotel is about $2,500 with $1,000 insurance, but much of the furniture in that building was saved. Thfe loss to the Lyons Loader is about $800 Wtth no insurance at all. Most of t Ids-plant belonged to W. W. Rankin and some of the type was fared and a job less waa taken frpm the building, but was brok- en and badly damaged in taking it out. There is no cine as to the origin of the fire. The Post Qpce was in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

the Women. * • 2 . __ r. oif&t while anleep at M* hume at Suook, Joe Dubney. '*loieii, had his hoar! *pllt open fitli nn ax in fcho h&pds- oí \i? I . M I #', It QPO oí y wife. Tbun* awe ma to ¿'¿iva fioeu no special troublo between U?a twp, but aho was oi^t^jy. un-i,float <ia-imparled for carpet mami balanced and wan laboriflft'iindot' the delusion that, be.bVi b'pwi #noturo> - Hhcm- k' 'riso reported' •wlfMohtdr of (lie ftitoHan'gñiit^tVX Sorter lengtHft df" which an? tisM* j#l i—• • J mL-'J* him Flanagan bought her faff a W#ed-t neat I ay afternoon and lodired her in J44Í fihfttgA jq tj t*ll'>e5iot¿¿jc£.. lie aaya she doea not deny the «lá 11< i fiii>(f<rli5 «iii i>ii ^aayjtgg ThBr leave two serif 11 |ehtldren Tl J cxamfeiug Jtrbil twttl phf "ter- ' i • I 'Ji take Tha dear ambition of the -woman of ^alf a century ago was to possess a nial Cash mere ahuwl. ' It,was in Proncíi lhat tlio hair of the Gaajin wro gout 'was first esteemed ■for tlio ifeaklng o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

W ÉÉ .;fe--.sr rr í ■ 61 icí A dt.«trou. ttra ofLyoua ju«t lay morning Desiderable K>m* jOSUltlOg morning tha the hotel, Istence. T Leader was í*" — • ✓ * *ÍN th* moort, I I, kindly way.teheip worthy poor. The poor man't •iok and «ore, are eating and curdt; then I come rep- ítate* theideor, and Mai JV>« a* atofmii i«4 than tke reward 1 Dm*' wch thing m mt- •a wtk, Mr y«il Ita l The loe to proximate!] only $1. to the hot $1,000 Inst the tnrnitui was savi Lyons with no in^ of tliis'pil Rankin and envtd en#-j* frpm the en and bad it out. Tí the origin 4 -afc. ••TP": ■J JUMDie w will not _^e «V y, r: i >%•?* SÍ :d. i" ¿ v fiiv^i': You select your physlcia with great care. Do you use the same caution In se- lecting the druggist to fill your physician s prescription? A mtetaka on lbs part of the druggist the m mfi *•*■*!* who HM Ah Jin! a stor as we tee It, It He pééf :*panVN ' IRMI DOT KMN MOT OTUW* VO us our inllenaok lauerkraut «id roested hiidd We have an el&ti e spelttac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

'• refuse to be jerk&"|rom the at M y and rirtuoua tenor or Mir lives in by the mm that Profeeaor Bdwefer ffiw'á, _ •1 r.i ft A neT ¡•4i i ti pV I « itil ■ "J1 *T VlWl U Ml lUw Hw nmyttlli Bratr 1 <A Mi mmm PTáéáSSi/^SPi MlvUM to ml ■■VASOU Nil T «nwewimwi 4m<MANB-TEXA&9 ■TELEPHONE COJ HtWWtWIIIIIIIIIIIIII flfcry **y*i# jW ji^Urf^ fT^ * which is life of Aifouai'' Mtmmmmmmmmmm M&swy's hlit baa bm on the market for 14 yoanu Km jpneaad the ttpcrinwRMl *t K*—ha* fVMd Wing developed—ha pa*a«d all MPW«tk>D«! periods. It now Ntaadi nkncroa the top of the plawb-liwury'i Pure Mixed (ion** Paint* haa the largest NilM"mortnliiñ(d aseré—is the be«t point mod*. Ituj it and Try It Caldwell Drof Co., 1W ) t^riF PHYSICIAN Office in fiiÓDi A Hitchcock Drug Store. Call* anawer- protnptly day or night. buy phone 32. night phono 181 Caldwell, Texas ^-raaAaa DO YOU EMJOY EATIIK lar^aTJTntfSaJ tv-!.*- ¿í:r6;,c>I Uutolíü 19i aál 6 ítvfu-.-d or jocjí «ilt Jut i ÍAi (rrT .yuti it W h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

the returned to the Sunday from a home folk a here. ItiM to \vR A morning tl is- headway the hotel, wiped Menee, j Leader was office vm', "The loee l l proximat only fl,5C to the he $1,000 <i I «he fm was aavi I«foni wtth no h of thiap^ Bankin ipmdantj frpoi the, •n and ba it out. the origin <jp* t)unn & i aolutely that buil<j owned by11 was a nlo< and the ineonveniel HU another erected. Don't 1,91 d Calénd For 4nyt see or phopt Kiaenlohr was here the* week to epend with frmvda. , . . .. . , USt) for Bt'an When rfur |*480. • ■1 i —* • jiee of hands, team ra are a t work ' build - Ivei* • tie ad- 'dfftüsií^ 'tol knville road over the H. & id*just SDUth of town. third the price on all and fttapee.' s. taita and HkMwiitfcóbb's i • 'Niaon leáf'Wednesday lejwbace :ha will -have treated by a xpeciqlist >pe of saving hia night. ■ i té *■* W. Stoeltje has fold hi* faarr.v Hudsor^ the tíon named bring $2. • atones reutod fha plat' ' IIucist):i and will con* •• 5fc' flK...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

í'v i ring aorm> >®m«nity are getting ready for crop. Ir. Henry Kruger it back Sabinal to ship a oar load ittlo and will leave for ens mm Monday on buainaaa. • Mr. John Clapper and family of ffeldwejl, visitad Mr. Toiu Clepper one day last week. Misa Alma Griffith viaited Ifra. Tom Clepper one day lust «reek. Mr®. T. D. Beaird visited Mr*. Bettie Beaird one day laat week. Mr. Polly Add leon was a pleas eat visitor at the home ol W. M • Kruger Sunday. Miaa Kur'ice and EmmiS Beaird visited Mrs. T. D. Beard one day feat week. Mr. Cria Kruger viaited Torn Clepper one day laat week. ' Will Clipper and wife visited John Clepper one day 'laat week. Mr. Ralph wiaifcy* visited hi* faUlit r in Caldwell Sunday. There was a dance given ■ home of Gun Eberhardt 8al- ttrday night and everybody re 'pofted a nice time. Jennie Lee. (It you.niuat, go let isfer'call for yoil and* youi ink, i'hone 8. tf. Í* ,.L . ; kWliy pay 6()c a'toushel for Oatp in^elly ¿ells better Oats at S " ¡ CENTER POINT* ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 January 1913

a® r m rvn m s§s Fred 0eutseh w«« up lietween trains Sunday from Somervdle. Bargain—Brand new Hornless grapbopbone with lstsst record* ESffiáros A«wey^ f>. u. Vsebyptíft, August WiiA «iiS^lAliábrol ed Sundajr frein relatives at Brenham. _ I * i*i j ( w. Blackburn returned to Fort Wortb Sunday after a visit I fl© to bia daughters here. ~ Strayed off about December gth, two blaek bounds 8 or 91 •ifñtbs old WHU n lüOe wft*e r 4Mir breaste, finder return R. M- Hoffman, at Chrissman] and get liberal reward. * Jesae Ward of Bay ^(ty, e^ent| Pi wesir bero wilhAis lvills the list ofthi week on| -Wt <?.*? no hamtrih 'i*,1 r.!..jfr ? ~ Jx W« Hanalea| ea^sttanéfr'thel (rom a htfnting j fgfgpCT lylarol V Hn Thw. EWwoWw V* t> uiom v#irt I >%t -i' «•ItXjU It£ a ie )oi;,t.>iT' 8?fí *W >Mrw.'if oi :*ai eintiiS' 08 hW.J fofdatoNl isw JíTif .V-' rrn f.n neo *..** ".OVliei' íT . .-fsof "S -Njiin f.oci'"o: • ♦ * . L; s.w( i Jl .11 &£máxtiá** JM. 1 all tad. Flew «Ü r.qof> -i tft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

mne XXVIII ^4 ConBoUf*« d •o m«v IC07 AND N^W 8'CHRONICLE — Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, J*ru«ry 31, 1913 '•IÉ ■. ■# i :í?4 ür yfet I"; j| ■M i't Some Reason / The institution that asks for four business sLouM have some reasons why it is able to hcntllj it. Here's a few of ours: We try to bo courteous to all our patrons. We aim to extend evcr^ facility consistent with modern banking. We hove nrnp'.o capital t« extend loans. Wr? hove every nrrrib'.c safeguard for our depositors. If then is ory'.V.ing more you can ask, coma right in and ar.k it and we will be glad to meet your requirements if possible. The First State BanK; CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Number 1 Oil Mili Elects Officers Lady Killed ly - The annual n eetinsj of ti e Santa Fe Train Caldwell Oil Mill was held WhI- _ nesday. January 22, and the j|rs, john Luedtka of Near following directora ware elected Deanville, Found Dead on Track South of Town. fur the enauiug year: V. II Herbst E. T. Oliver, H. II. Wombie, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

'trimmed at half pps *nd L. L, Law- visitors to the itol WidiMdiy. tins daughter vas born to Kristoff and wife near Dean- i Ifiit f«elt T/íT m Joa Barnett haul yon aa «•U aa your baggage. Phone • r 885 day or night. i Contractor Bob Montague has completed a eottage in the south Md of the oity for J, C. Kleb. Lest you forget, we say it yet, build sidewalk crossings to the •ourt honse. , k - Mr. and Mrs. Mercer, of Chap pel Hill, were here for the Smith- Fra^n wedding. ■ The B. Y. P. U. netted $40 for Huckner's Orphan Home from proceeds of their reoent bazaar, As we go to press we learn Of the death of Mrs. David Cdx. Further particulars next week. Jmisfrtrit Xeaisf iuuert armunw cutios •O"* ,1. • 0 teal show ope Of the best Uieatrlo^l troi)^sf? traveliag in Texas, w|U spend three days to Caldwell, begin- ning Monday, February 3rd. Prioee 85 and 85 cents. They have played In this state for years and always have made good. Their motto let Money hack if not eatieBed, Don't fail to go ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

K 1 .0 filnipaoa '¿.ShJíoÍ JW> *••§ moved to Ljois*wtf k' "• ^'wtti*8vec Co. art opening |p la Ibe build inf. Gotyour wife a Hosier Kitch- en Cabinet at Harvey'a. it John T. Skrabanek, John and «loe Klsik wore here this week from Snook. Attorney J. R. tleslop and Kinney Johnston left Wednes- day for Austin to spend a few days attending the legislature. Jesse Hillen and Joe Wade, two prosperous f arme re of the extreme western end of the oounty. were here Wednesday settling their taxes. Kraithar ft Giddings, looal agents for the Overland auto placed an order for five Over- lands the past week, one each for the following parties: R. 8. Bower*, D. E. Reeves, Fr*nk Wrba, C. C. Nelms and J. D. Giddings. Late last Sunday evening the little three-year-old daughter of II. Wiedcrhold, livincr between her? and Deanville, fell down the eta:r steps of their tuo-ntory home and broke her ri^ht leg near the thigh, Dr. McLean was summons! and s-et the broken limb and the little sufferer is do- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

W & w ■Hi IS1- t '«I . |\ ;* > V.V. 'WU . # 1 * ,T«Mi Advertising R«lM > Insertion - 20c par Inch ..That w PER MONTH fir following number of Inch* must be Mrt weekly to obtain thee monthly rate l« 9K lochs 606 P6* tnch It ta SO •• - «te " " Ü6 50 " ...45c " " 100 «' 40c " M AU advertising run until ordered out. Local readers " 1■* cents per line each insertion i ' £• Subscription l'er Year Si •>() Three tr. mths "i K-, Si<c m >nths 75c (Invariably in Advance.) SOME PLAIN TALK One of the myths current in this is the notion that the state rtinent of agriculture waa^ brought into being by the people themselves; that it is*, accordingly cherished by them as a thing of their own creation. The fact is the question of creating the state de- partment of agriculture was sub- mitted to the people of Texas on tile first Tuesday in August, 1907, mud that they answered "No" by a majority of more thau three to one, exact ' vote being, fir the endnfent, 19,736, and against, 60J9...

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