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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

?, , i >u ' «*. I > >Aef ia Mm H«r Iroo Budding Ml I* to npiir and ra* UiiWi all kinds of furaislriags. Also paint buggies ami do all kinds of repairing and paint- ing ahd paper hanging, and satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 96 I F. WARD, Caldwell, Texas XHK. > ♦ <■«**-; I i 9. Gardenes CHILE SHORT ORDER HOUSE. i NEAR DEPOT. Monuments I have the agency of the Bren* hutu Marble WorkH and have a nice line of sample books for you to select from. If vou want to buy a monument drop mo a card aul I will call to see you VASOR. NIX MW MÓNÉY ¿AVtiD. Savcvtime and money bv rising ' the Ions; din tu lice telephone' , Transact lousiness (wiU-fitetily without waiting for reply. Just | a twrn <>( the bell and we do the , TV*t. • Connected with all points in the , county and over the state. U*e thetelephone and work while we ¡ ' ¡.et your man. Prompt s.-ivice— | time *uved money made -tluit'S i easy. ; TRANS TEXAS ; TELEPHONE CO. III IS> lltlll til II Ml MUM stand* aloM-oo the...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

.«■mmmbmmmhbímmi MM w&m:' % Wtr third the priee and Hisses' Drossta, Coals, Suits and Skirts al Cobb's. Among the Somervilleltes here Tuesday we noticed Wm. Lan- dolt, Woo. Green, F.. H. Lsng;. Mrs. Minor of Lyons, was among Tuesday's victors to oar city. re- C. W. Moore and family turned to Gause Tuesday, ac- companied by Mrs. Fannie Gregg. "We never miss a train." Bar oett's Transfer. Phono 8., tí/ L. 8eigel, the popular dry goods merchant, will leave Sat* urday night for New York and other markets to buy goods for hit store. POR 8ALE—Fine horse and aurrey, ¿entie for lady to drive and not afraid of auos. Appl) to E. G. Jenkins. Julius Berndt and wife visited 8omerville Sunday, leturning with them was his sister-in-law. Miss EmmieFrey, of Dennville who has been on a visit to rela lives at Victoria. I have purceased the transfer ine from A. W. Sales and wills appreciate your hauling. Phone 71 or 222. Henry Brnaddu*. The private car of E. P. Cosh- ing of the U. A. T. C. Railway,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

Ér mam ■ . • Tsszsssssrfsxr* TENT SHOW obflM dihe 8aif Cul- ao<| rery interesting prof frj ■ >ü 25 People 25 Band and Orchestra 3 Days 3 Beginning May, February 3 The meto ture Club m enjoyed a very interesting pro Bnm with Mr . Cobb leader'. Each reeponderl to roll cell with an inspiring maxim of George Washington. Some that be gave in his farewell address, are as tbe following: "Religion and morality ara tbe fine«t props of man's pros- perity,'* "cultivate peace and harmony with all the world:" "in time of peace, prepare for war," and another, "a safe guard to human rights, is to pcrt> petuute prosperity," and there were many more of Washing- ton's sayings recalled. A delightful story of the moth- er of Washington and her time was read. The club decided that this sacrificing old mother and her lovely character, which was noble and pure in every respect was rewarded with a son who became "First in war, first (MjUl ' TI MSI mséKng will te em, mi. , " j ,.i i inpwmi .1 / f- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 January 1913

¡®W§pfs$ •■fetor irds vm a 8omer > Friday, W, Lackey returned to Midland iSaturday night after a akort viett here. Hardware, Farming Implements, Wagong, ,) # § jt f" ■' * - Buggies and Groceries & s'- Ft ave you been in Bnrnett's new "Boss"? Got wise and Pliouc y-~meete all trains. tí- W. G. Hun5l%> h is returned to Temple uffer^a short visit to parents here. Clifford Douglass was down from Rosebud Sunday to nee homo folks. Editor O. L. Iienfro of the Souierviilo Tiíbum-, nnd wife, were up Saturday on a visit' to relativen. I WE HAVE Till- COOPS—WE fCUCIT YOUR TRAD Su ents Our I ji ¿-■g. T i ü 20 per cent off the regular prices oil all Men's and Boys' SuiiH and Overcoats, except blue and black suite, at Cobb's. J. >1. Murray and John Wer- ney were Lyons visitors to the county capital Friday between trains. H. R. Smith and Fred Moore have moved this week into the two new Rankin cottages in West Caldwell. Senatorial redistrictingbill in- troduced at Austin puts this count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

I ■ 4 1 I urleson -JteJK* «•••tell« MSp 1554 Cnnsolldalsd Chronic)* l« 0 m«y l«OT AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumnc XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, February 7,1913 Some Reasons The institution that ask* for your bustfeess should have some reasons why It is able to handle it. Here* a few of ours: We try to be courtoouo to all our patrons. We aim to entone' every facility coneiatent with modern banking. We have ample capital to extend loans. We have evory possible safeguard for ourdepoaitora. If there is anything mora you caá ask, come right in and ask it and we will be glad to meat your requirementa if poaalble. The First State BanH CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Car lis Sloan Seriously Injured While ehopding wood uear his home at Elevation Thursday of Inst week.Oarlis Sloan received a wound from an axe in the hands o' a companion accidentally, which almost severed his foot. He was immediately taken to a physician and sent to a hospital lor treatment in the hope of sav ing his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

•ud wife spsW «ilk ntalim at wrVllb th. put C. P. flan, «bo hu bwn mat of bis mother-in-law, Mr . L. 0. Praia, ud visiting bis Hi- He children who live with her, led Wednesday for his horns at fitanton. i¿s; H. €. Clark leí Wednen day for Temple where she will consult a specialist st the Tem- pie sanitarium in regard to her bsalth which has been very poor of late. We hope she wilt soon be restored to good health. Miss Genevive Holden, who hae been the guest of Miss Nan- nie Porter, left Wednesday for Galveston where she has accept- ed a position with the South- western Telephone company as operator. 906 Chattel Mortgages in There have been filed in the ooonty clerk's office hsre 506 chattel mortgsges sines ths first day of January. This is a rather large number, but doea not in- dicate that the oounty is in bad shsps. but that farmers are mak- ing ^preparations lor making big- ger orops this coming year than before in the history of the coun- ty- On Jsnuary 21st Alonzo Hill and Mrs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

f 1 >r Liners Mr um lint (ten. AU ree dere until ordered put. 'We never miaa a train." Bar oett'is Trunnier. Phone 8. tí. WANTED—At once four resi- dences. Apply at Ledger office. I have purceaBwi the transfer ine from A. W. Sale and willa appreciate your hauling. Phone 71 ur i'J2. Hotiry Broaddus. If you want pure milk or cream delivered riidit at your door ev- ery day, aee Reid Philips, Phone 121 . llave you been in Harnett'* new "Biiss"? Got wise and Puoue s --meets all trains. if. Let Joe Barnett haul you n« well aseyour bn<¿gn($e, phuii£ * or -■ "i day or ni^ht. it Ledger Correspondent. Please send in t he news from .yfAir community each week and have your communications hen- by \Vc inesday. H e want the news and are going tv have ir. <iet busy and aend in the news PUKE tiiaphophone reoord. To get in touch with talking ma- chine owners we will gjve free ow Columbia Double Disk rec- ord to those who will leave their names and addresses at our atoro. C aldwell Furniture ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

:l¡ «t Clllwll, Teuii mil matur. Ivertlslng Kmtmm 20o per inch PER MONTH following number «f lnoh« must be I weekly to obtain thee monthly rat®. , Inch* •O0 Per lnch 10 .. 60c " M (5d .. 4fic " " ,i00«« u " 11 advertising run until ordered out. i\ readers 7 1-2 cento per line each ion ^iptioa Per Year • il 60 Three months 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Time The Priceless Jewel Time is the stuff today is made Out of it have been made the tones that have psssed. Yet ry day, every moment sees the in of a new supply. Though anted by ages, it is never old. iping over the dead atoms of years that have gone come the sw-born fractions of time called low. It keeps historians busy record- its past, and almanac makers forecasting it future, but it now, as you read these words, the only part of time you are srtain to possess. Its value is above that of money diamonds. Yet you cannot a fraction of it for future use. rich man cannot possess any >re of it than the poor man. But b]...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

sed a shop in the Building next to Polansk's Tin Shop, and am prepared to repair and re- finish $11 kinds of furnishings. Also paint buggies and do all kinds of repairing and paint- ing and paper hau^utg, and satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 96 I. F. WARD, Caldwell, Texas 0. Cardones CHILE I SHORT HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. Monuments I hsve the agency of the Bren ham Marble Work* and have a nice line, of Main pie books for you to select from. If vou want to buy a monument drop me « card an 1 I will cull to ses you VASOR. NIX HUH* Save time and money by using the long distance telephone' Transact business sntiáfactíly without waiting for reply. Just a turn of the bell and wt do the < rest. Connected with all polpts in the ¡ county and over the state. L'se ' the telephone and work while we get your inan. Prumpt service-— time saved money made tliat's ' easy. TRANS TEXAS TELEPHONE CO. Masury's Pfciut lias been on the market far 74 years. Has pulsed the e*( erlment*l has paused being developed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

lifttt Pay and Georgia visited friend* in Lyona ik. Work is progresain* rapidly a the new reeidence of Henry i regg near hie mother's home. C. Calhoun and wife wore call* ad to Hempstead Sunday to the ^funeral ol hit brother-in-law. Mrs. Josephine Adama carne Atp from Lyons Tuesday to at ftenq 'the^ bedside of her brother, G. W. Lee, who is seriously ill. 2 lM$y I É?;l Misa Maude Mahoney return ed Monday from a short visit to friends in 8omerville. Mrs. Brode, who was a cuest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Greg*> here, returned to her home at Cameron Tuesday. X was an only child, reared down in Virginia, and I always had Christmas gifts gale** aays a writer in the Baltimore News. Had to hang np a shoe hag with ten pocket in it Then the gifts would spill out But I remember one Christmas gift my father gave me. I woke up bright sad early one Christmas morning to find a jet black negro boy I had never seen before standing by my bed. He was grinning from ear to ear. "Where did you come fr...

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

e i- Viv _ Back students were «til—¿Jrom the A.AM, college ImI «Mk for basing, «ad thin wan followed by a petition sign- ad by 466 endets of the school Iron all olaases, demanding tin _ 'Uprinteudv:* to reinstate the twenty-seven, or the whole 466 would refuM to do cla*N work They were net promptly by the superintendent who at once eu - pended the whole bunch. The Ledger belie ven that Superinten- dent Milner did exactly right •n^ we are glad to note that the Governor and board of d>rectoi> etood by him. Many of the cn dels who were sent home are go ing back and many more will g< aa toon as they can get perm is sion from the faoulty. In the meantime the school is going ,ht along just like nothing had r had. Run on Treasury. opening day of the casli Hystem for the State al- it proved too much for I hi Treasury Department and it wa* onl.v by a narrow margin thni Treasurer J M. Edwards escapee further announcement of a con tinued dfficienoy bastad. Warrants aggregating $325,. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 February 1913

Few Sketches. mm <&yJ.W.K,'ft Linotypim.) Lili is what we make it. For wbstsver ws took srs see. If we look for gladnesa, we find it; if for sorrow, everyone we meet •MM to have a defected look ou their faces; if for riches, the wurld iu ¿¡eucral looks prosper oaH if for poverty, ewon aeemn to ht> ♦'broke." Wrly do we Me it au r Because we-go to theAkcfa where they ure to be fou'df If we are looking for money, we do not go where there ia none. If we ure looking for "a good time," we go to those places of amusement or enter tainment which are moat pleas* ing to our fancy. It is the be- lief of some that wo are una'oV to rnle over our whimsical nature. This is not true—they u:ay he cultivated—even love itself may. The Pessimist defines Life as one great combination of dif- ficulties from which there is no place of refuge. Everywhere he goes* he sees gigantic obstacles in hia pathway obstructing his successful passage to a darker beyond. He sees himself tempest- tossed upon L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

{ <rjf ) jtesar-sw ins "«asranrr* ■Sfi^ AND NBW8-CHRONICLB XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Tent, February 14,1913 ———. aolidComfort Han to ssud comfort Inhavlnf money In tin Ink. But there to «till mrt comfort If yn know tint tin bsnk Ip which your monoy to de- peelted to SAFE. Wo know Just how you fool about it, and con- duct our business upon ouch conservative linos that absoluto aecurity la aaaurod all who intruat their tunda to our cara. Our buainaaa record apssks for itaolf and to our hoot JM ACCOUNT TOO SMALL FOR OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION The First State Ban^ CALDWELL, TEXAS •Guaranty fund Bank, Confederate Yeterus Aaiwer CaO. T. J. Huidos AND NOW—WE CAN DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR Any Drug Store Article at Little or No Cost By Parcels Post—Promptly, Hoieiy. When you need drujf or any drug ature article it i« a simple matter to phono-telcgraph-or mail your order aud it will be courteously and promptly attended ¡to. The Paresis Post enables us to widen «ar field of activity and to ad...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

m I>V L - # fea f 14 Canta Mr lilts Ipssrtlon. All I run uatil ardarad out. "We never miss a train." Bar- nett's Transfer. Phone N. if. % ,. ■ft. a* • m*m B. Y. P. u. WAN TED—At ouee four reai- deuces. Apply at Ledger ollice. Ihavs purceased the transfer ina fíom A.4 W. Sales and wills appreciate your hauling. Pbone 71 or 222. Henry Broaddus. If you want pure milkoroream delivered rieht at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philips, Phone 12Ü. Bave you been in Bamett's new "Buss"? Get wise and Pbone ^--me^ts all trains. tf. Leader—Mím Msud Jame*. hal. Scripture, I Cor. 8:13 by lieader. <•- 2nd Religion is Spiritual and personal, Robert Houston. 3rd. Each Believer has the Privilege of Direct acoeas to Ood tiirough Prayer, Warren Hunt, 1th All Believers are equal in tlifir privilege in tlw Church. Mips. W. J. Harria. 5th What Two Fold Obligationa are there for all Christiana? G. E. James. 6th God's Call to 8pecibl Ser- vice, Rev. M. C. Bishop. A Card of Thanks. Let Joo Harnett haul...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

i Not But we can predict this much* If you bring, send or Mk v« to eall for your suit, overooet or skirts Win Clean and Press Them Right LadiM Work • Specialty Suits Had* to Your Order. N. G. HESLEP, The TeUor Jesse Jenkins Any Kind of Insurance MAR.LIN. TEX., THE CARLSBAD OF TEXAS Where the Hot Mineral Waters are curing more people than ever be- fore. Sure specific íor Rheumatism, Malaria, Stomach Trouble, Skin and Blood Disease*. Finest Hotels and Bath Houses in the South. Hound trip íates on all railroads, good for sixty days. For illustrated literature, write, Merlin Commercial Club lbtt Iff leather Prophet (■WMRP There hie always been alegen. dary theory or superstition, that the ground hog comee oat of ble winter hiding place on the eecond day ol February. He ie said to come out and look oaukiouely around, and If he sees hie shadow he becomea frightened and sourrys back into hie lair, know- ing there will be fix weeks more bnd weather. If it is c|oudy and ho does not see his s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

I# ¿8$j&fe*i L f ■ i ü Canty W. W. RANUN, «ft OsMvaU. Tesas, Adv rtli i Insertion .. tins R( itmm 20o per Inch PER MONTH _ following number of inohs must be «■i weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* II Ik Inch "«o per inch at to ao fiOo •« « lito 60 " 4fio " " j to 100 •< .v. -...40b " " All advertising run until ordered ont. local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each iMerfeion Subscription Per Tear $1.50 Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) The Boosters Song. Help your town along by boost- ing. Wear a bright and hopeful face, do not be forever roosting .somewhere near the wailing place! You can't help a town by knocking, ¡If it's in a backward groove, optimis- tic talking does a lot to help things rmove. In the mud one town was ■«ticking, evidently anchored there, Jar her people were all kicking, all were dishing up despair. All were «groaning o'er their taxes, sheding tear drops in a stream, had ham- mers, clubs and axes,ready for each Jielpfiil scheme. So t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

fjp % 111 ..... 0ic.ii.mrx ■>■ ■'' Jpt, " ' ■'■ '■* " . ' • "' "r~: •'* tí,AJ "¿¡ASÍ *wl' Í*3..A ♦f fj 4 - * 1^ %>., é sj * I mm0 — • i •> •• .J ' Nf MtfM pala Mili f ••• •«••• fli • M* — •••••••' «HIV rrlMMffNI Have You Seen _ the Coupon Now in Liggett $ Myern Duke's Mixture makes a great pipe smoke—anil rolled into a cigarette nothing can beut it. It is the favorite smoke of thousands of men who want selected, pure, Virginia and North Carolina bright-leaf tobacco. If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, made by Liggett Myers at Durham, N. C. —try it at once. Each sack contains one and a half ounces of tobacco that iscqual to any 5cgranulated tobacco mude—and with each sack you get a book of cigurette papers FRKK and A Coupon That i a Dandy, Thene coupon are good for many vnlualile | rr «*nts—«ueh as watches, cameras, jewelry, furniture, razors, china, etc As a special offer, during Feb' ruary and March only, we will tend you our illue- trated catalog of preeente FREE. Just...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

Batf Cultor Olob pel «I Mb with a foliar at* oeual. The lot- loving program «ta an lolareat lag ona, with If Im Zelda Haalep, Lander. Quotations from Edgar Alton Poa. Uiograpbioal akatch of tba Ufa of Poa, Mra. Brooks. Reading—"The Fall of the Houae of Usher," Mrs. Smith. Critical 8tudy, Isrufel. The Bells, To Helen sou The Bagw, Miss Been. Poe's Poetic Principles, Miss Wotipka. Mrs. Hitter of St. Louis was club guefet at this meeting. Mrs. Jack Ragsdale was clect. ed to • vancy m ihe club. Two amendments were made to the constitution, and the club has been offered a wagon and driver by the City Council for beginlng the civio work—and a* soon as the sun shines out, the good work will begin. The next meeting will be Feb- ruary 20th. <+Ulaoka like Ike old granad hog algn baa fallad to come true mm * Otto Wendorf shipped a car of beef cattle to the market at Fort Worth Monday. J. C. and Mack Boswell. for- merly of this city, but now of Marble Falls were here the past waek mingling w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

* -wé K rsr home. and Wd are sorry to 'that (be treatment for hi iéyva di4 him no good. He and bis 'amily have the sympathy oí tl«« community in their mis- fortune. Mi«. Johnson of Anderson county, v¡«ited Mrs. Josie Nixon la t week. Wtlliam Nixon visited hie brother here last week. Chas, Gerland visited his par* euU near Deanville Inst week. Miss Olvia Royal spent a pleas ant evening with Miss Leona Gerland Sunday, Mr . T. L. G. Phelp spent Sun- day with friends here. Mrs. Mattie Ellis visited Mr*. Lizzie Grad.v one day last week. llarmond Gerhind of Deanvillt- visited in this com in unit y one day lust week. T. L. (J. phelp is makng a Hew addition to his residence thus adding much to the appear- ance o, his lioate as well us to le community. Gideon Royal made a flying rip to Deanvilie Saturday. Several from this oomm unity were business visitors to the csunty capítol last week. We are having cold, bad weath er at present which is a great back set to the farmers. Mrs. Josie Nixon v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 February 1913

HB& * U. Smith left Monday to viait relatives end HomIod sad T. J. Oar* Somerville vara business ban Monday. Mi Hallie Harris was up from Somerville Saturday and Sunday to aea boma lolka. Mrs. W. T. Clinton spent a law days in Cbriaamsn the past week with relatives. Mrs. Lsura Hunt snd Mis. D. Hunt returned Monday from visiting* eefatives in Nava- •ota. 6n last Monday Walker Ryan shipped to the market at Fort Worth a car of beef eteers of his own raising. Hardware, Farming Implemen ■■■■KBuggies and Groceri i WE HAVE THE COOPS—WE SOUCIT YOUR TRADEl Her. J. M. Lewis of the Pres- byterian Theological school at Justin stopped over here Mon- day and visited friends. D. W. Burns and family have moved into their new five room bungalow residence in West Caldwell. • > *- I * Robert Polansky, the popular hardware merchant of Lyons, waa a viaitor to the county capi- tal Saturday. Arthur Smith of McGregor came down thia week and bought a car of hogs from varioue par- ties and shipped the...

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