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

ü ■■ Jm. H m¡ «*>• "v*t 4 r|>^ I havft thtí ft^sncy of iho Bren- Marble Works and have a nice Nito of sample books for you to seluft from. If you want to buy a mrtqumcnt drop me a oard an<l I will fcull to tea you VASOR. NIX tmi 4444 mmmw. ■ 1 Save time and money by using | the long distance telephone' < , i Transact business satisfactily ' ' ' without waiting for reply. Just ! ^ ) a turn of the bell and we do the « ., > rest. « "* | Connected with all points in the < ., ! county and over the state. Use 1 ■ the telephone and work while we ! " ; get your man. Prompt service— , I time saved money made—that's TRANS-TEXAS TELEPHONE CO. M&sury's PURE MIXED HOUSE PAINTS Covers inore surface Spreads better Wears longer Cheapest to use Best to buy Absolutely pure Full net weight Start the New Year Right. Sold by Caldwell Drug Co., Agents Caldwell, Texas. Q. Cardones CHILE SHORT ORDiffi HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. For Every Bs CALUME' BAKING POWDER Best—bectuse it's the purest. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 7 March 1913

Absolutely ■AUMJIUMEWHWl B. L. Lsvinson was here from .Lyons on business Wednesday. Miss Bertha Helmer visited iu Chriesmsn a few days this Week. Lon Hudson and wife of Rock dale visited relatives here this week, Mayor Casper Landolt cf Som- ■ ervill was up on business Wed- nesday. Mrs. Frank Burnev of Somer- Tille visited relatives here sever- al days this week. W. O. Bowers came over from biddings and attended county -court. F. J. Wotidka han bought lots in the Qarrett-Barta addition and will erect a fine residence there* «on. Illas Queen Heslep returned to Kidd-Key college at Sherman Tuesday after a short visit to her ^parents. «Walter McCasland of Sher rman came down and attended the funeral and burial of his imother, Mrs. J. B. McCasland. 'The Ladies Aid Society of the 'Presbyterian church met at the fesidence of Mrs. J. J. Holik Wednesday and quilted a fine •guilt which they will send with roiher things to the Presbyterian < orphanage. The J. F. Cobb Company has received so...

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

'M L FOR YOUR HEALTH If you don't know what VAL DONA „ conic to our store, the Vnl Dona Store and we will be glad to explain to jrou. Never before has it been possible for a dru| «tore to do to much for the health of its patrons. VAL DONA makes it possible.—Wonderful curative pre? scriptions.—One for each ailment.—Positive- ly guaranteed. Use for reference The Val a Health Guide, FREE lor the asking. ■* Caldwell Drug Co. IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES MOUNE AND OLIVER RIDING AND WALKING CULTIVATORS AND EVERYTH1G NEEDED ON THE PARK I n Groceries we Have Everything, rach a* pure California honey, peach and Pine Apple desert, Fancy pickle , Hpiced Tomatoes, grated Home Reddish, Muryn Pure Sugur Cane Syrup and other dainties, Liwt bnt not leaat, American Beauty Llour, al- ways the best. JOHN JANCIK, Jr., irocerles. Meat And Feed Ws Now Have an A i Meat Cutter and So- licit Your Patronage. In Orocerles and Feed we carry the best that money wan buy and our prices are right. W. S. BARNET Free De...

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

P- eatlltí to the Worth. MnHSmI Philp returned to eoUtfi after viaitina Mrs. Q. M. John ton. The Mioses Cole returned to Buckholta Monday from ▼ieitiog relative* on Second Greek. • Henry Hod gee of Navasota, ▼tailed mlativee bare the first oí the week. ■ Dr. John Collins of Weston came down Monday to visit rela- tives here for a few days. in t - Mrs. Julian Hill returned to Cameron Friday after visiting relatives here. Hardware, Farming Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Groceries / l~WE HAVE THE GOODS—WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE 1 Dr. A. G. Krueger made n business trip to Bryou last Fri- day. * Mrs. tienry Lackey and daughter of Shreveporfc Louisi- ana, aro visiting the family oí Rev ,W, S. Lackey. There will be a box supper at Heoond Creek school house Sat* urday night. Every one cordi- ally incited to come and bring a box. k L. Seigle has just returned from the Northern and Eastern markets where he purchased a most complete line of spring and summer goods. Byron McLean and 8am Duck- worth...

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

■■ i $S-v ' " # ■' - i ' w'' -•• 1 ' : ■ : ■ . *• ' •■■ ' i2¡m •- * 1 V ft " ; *v diiKswr"^-^ ¡m "ncsrawr- AND NE i Caldwell, BilrlMon County, Tim, PrMiy — Ü iNrfe&a The Money 6oes TIm fUMtiMi NKfronti an of us, eury day of our Uvm. Whar DOES the money go? Wo moke enough, but it slips away. Where? Here's a good way to find out. Put every coat of your neiuy in our hank. Pay everything by check. You will soon have a complete record that will show you where It goee. H may alee ahow you where you might save. Its no trouble for us to keep the books. Come on and try it. Depository For The Burleson County Funds. The F^st State Banl^ CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty fund Bank UiU Booze Chattel X F3M Send all Your Drug Orders to Us. Give un your orders for drug «tore goods and drug store merchandise and you will be pleased with every purchase. We give personal care to the filling «I order —the same care that we e*ercise in the buying of goods. You can order goods from us by phone or mail and rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 March 1913

r; MMV Nal Bad Luck, but Old Jack Wm Giv- ing the Platee • Rwt on Ttiat Occasion. >r Liners 7 1-2 Canta par Una' ftrai Inaartion. All raadara run until ardarad out. Far Cangraaa 10th Diatrlct. J. P. BUCHANAN Waahinfton County HON. GEORGE CALHOUN Of Travis County Kelly 4 Sala for y our corn and «ata. For Sale—A nice single seat Pheaton. Apply t) J. H. Truav. L- Alfalfa Stock Food the bast yet $1,75 at Kelly & Sale, "v— .. ~~ ~ ,4We never miss a tfahh1' 0áP- sett's Transfer, Phone rt* if. John D. Rockefeller nml a party of friend wore taking a trip aero country in tjeorgia laat fall when they came to a *4 ream which they bud to croa* by ferry. The ferry- ! oat wan operated by a white-haired oh! negro, and while they were float- ing nerosa Mr. Bockofeller tried to make convcrsatoin. "Jack," he asked the old roan. **have you caught any fish today?" "Naw, suh," replied Jack, deject* edly. "The fishing," observed Rockefel- ler, "must be pretty poor." "I 'pecs it ia," agreed Jack, s...

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

♦ *1 ■ } * i We're Always Buy Our isa Pres- si ng Business Yet we're never to busy to Clean, Repair and Press Your Garment* Wo Use the Press to Ex- tend a Pressing In- vitation to All to Call end Inspect Our Methods. At Your Ser vie* Reeves ft Perdue. SO to fornia (slightly higher from some point*) Via "AH the Way" Ono way Colonist Tickets on sale Daily. MARCH 15 to APRIL 18, inc. Towrint Sleeper thru to [¿i* Angeles every Tuesduy. Ask for our i'iiltíomñi tmok! ts. Thev ar<- Free. For detail informati'in see Santa Fo n>;erH or atlilress W. S. KKENAN, G. P. A., i iaUc-ton. Texas. WANTED Our Brymer Briefs. ral I guess my last two communi* cations found the way into the waste basket or went astray, as they did not show up In the col- umns of the Ledger. I will try.utfaiu and send in a few items this week. The farmers are all about through planting corn out this way. 8unday morning there fell in this section the hardest rain tha1 ban fallen bore in many .Tears and the work of all ...

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

•I the if Advertising R«tM Om Insertion - ~~J#" P*r iaeh PER MONTH 11m following number of inch must bs gild weeklv to obulo thee monthly rate* ■ ñ*"? 10 to tO « s— ~ —-r 80® SO to 50 " -~.«o " " 40 to 100 " _ - — «■ M " All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers i 1-2 cento per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year fl 50 Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Buying Of Stranger . There is a great advantage, when you are making any kind of trade, of buying of someone who knows you and whom you know. The high stepping horse purchased of some stranger usually developes fatal tricks. Similary there is a moral hazard in buying goods at a distant store, where you are not well ac- quainted with the merchant and his clerks. When you make a purchase at some distant department store, or when you send away an order to a distant city by mail, the person who handles the purchase is absolutely a stranger. You are ¿imply one item in the day's grist of work, to be ...

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

4t -M* u ••í nf for smokers of Rj|AÁAa M{ALJ|«§4 I 0H9f| WlcllOUC Rene is a smoke with the real, genuine to- bacco taste — that beats all artificial tastes. Every grain of it is pure, clean tobacco. Tucked into a pipe, or rolled into a cigarette, it makes a delightful smoke. If Jim have not smoked Duke's Mixture, made by Liggell & Myers at Durham, N. C., try it now. In addition to one Otui O Half nunccs uf fine Virginia and North Carolina leaf, with each 5c sack of Duke's Mixture you now get a book of cigarctte paper* free and A Free Present Coupon These coupons are good for hundred* of valuable presents. There are shaving sets, jewelry, cut glass, base- balls, tennis racquets, talking machines, furniture, cam- eras, and dozens of other articles suitable for every member of the family—each of them well worth saving the coupons for. As a special offer, dur~ ing March and April only, zre ivW send our new illustrated cata- logue of these presents FREE. Just send us )<nir name an...

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

• i '& •>.SÍv t m I Hk- SP - «■ jP% ' - t* Economizes Butter Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baldng Powder from Boyal Grape Cream of Tartar There was another hard rain fell in this section Tuesday night S. C. Brown of Hearn was here on business Monday. Rev. J. C. Carr. pastor of the Methodist church went to Rock- dale Thursday, but will be back in time to All the pulpit htre Sunday morning and evening. Carpenters are at work on t fine large bungalow residencr for J. W. Jenkins which is being ereoted on his lot just South of the residence of L. Seigle. W. J. Porter has bought the moving picture show from Per- kins & Jenkins and Oscar Por- ter and Jesse Mairard are mana- gers of same and are running it to the satisfaction of the public. Go out. see the pictures and be entertained. The city has been pretty tbourougbly cleaned up aud ht everybody make an effort frt m now ont to keep his premise* in the best fos ib¡e condition as far as elcan...

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

V:.í Advertised Letters. 4 ©X J ve been selling Studebaker Wagon and Baggies for over 30year ." Ne sold diem because my reputation aa a w** *f «take and from experience j have found Studebaker means the beat. TU tell the Stonr. . .I™ boufhl átudebaker wagons before the Civil war and they havabeen buying them ever aince. tW. „ *I*T *5 2?" con"dencain the name Studebaker and in wa«ma and buggie. they build. É . ¡l ^ conWance Kaa been upheld. Studebaker vragona ate buik oa noaar and the Studebaker guarantee goa* with every one. «fe , * * Studebakar /or your useda—whether you live la terw—■ PSjr ¿«riegas BTcarti na|H StudobaW fcaiaeaa alao—-aa wall and carefully IwafDftaCf VlfciCWI. 1m Mr Dmhr m Writ* iu. *"* c STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. WW WM CHICAOO DALLAS KANSAS cmr DEN VIH MMNUIOUS SALT LAXS CITY SAM riANCMCO PORTLAND, OSS. IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PIOLINE AND OLIVER RIDING AND WALKING CULTIVATORS AND EVERYTHIG NEEDED ON THE FARM I n Groceries we have K ver y thing, such us pure Ca...

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

- p \ was a Lyons r hero gsturday. k Hardware, Farming Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Groceries I WE HAVE THE COOPS—WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE \ L). iluut and wife, leíi fur i Saturday to visit relative*. Mrs. Lillie Neal of Lorsna, nlativw in the county it of the week. HmK* Coleman waa op on business from Bomerville Sun* Itey.T Jenkins went to Saturday to visit relstiv J. F£. Heslep made a business trip to Austin the first of the Week. — E. T.Oliver and Mrs. J. C. Woinble left Monday for Bryan, and from there the latter will go to New Orleans. Rev. A. S. Broaddus returned to hit home at Waco Monday after filling his appointment at Harfl|ony. aes Lisaie Smith and Lula Henslee left for Dallas Sun. day night as delegates to the Wool man Cirole head camp which was in session there the first of the week. The Ledger acknowledges thanks to T. A. Eubanks and family for a sack of nice shelled corn and a basket of eggs brought iu to the editor's sanctum last Saturday. 48 4S 4S 3$ 3S *3 O & |...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

<|5á «SRS-WSV- AND N 4$ ■■ ' IRON1CUE ÍÍ 1 XXIX Caldwell, burleson County, Texas, Friday March ai 1913 ■ Nurnhar ft The Money G oes The question cenfronti all of us, every day af our live* Where DOES the money go? We make enough, but it slips away. Where? Here'e e feed wsy to find out. Put every cent el your money in oar bank. Pay everything by «check. You will seen have a complete raaerd that will show yoa where It Ibes. It may also show you where you might aeve. Its no trouble for us tolce^> the bosks. Come on end try it. Depository For The Burleson 'County Funds. The F'rst State BanK CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Pat Teur Confidence in This Store D«th oí Mrs. Sabernla Reeves. About 11 c'alock Thursday liight, Mrs. Saber ni* He even, wife of J. T. Reeves died very suddenly Ht their home here, at the age of 07, years, 9 months and lft «Jays. The Tuupraf services were held at tlie famil/ residence Saturday afternoon at 3:H0 o'olock by Rev. M. C. Bishop and unstinted by Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

Cants par Una first All raadsrs until srJarad eut. iSS: 111 Kli The Loafial r Liners lOtk District. J. P. BUCHANAN Waaktaigtsn County I. GEORGE CALHOUN Of Trivia County *4We never mine a train.*' Bar- astt's Transfer. Phone N. tf. Car fine oats just received by Kelly & bale. Phone No. 198. Let Joe Barnett haul you as well as your bnggsge. Phone 8 or 285 day or night. I | || | " - Have you been in Barnett's new "Bus®"? Get wise and Phone (¡{--meets all trains. tf. For Salk—Regestered Jersey male, 7 months old. J. W. Harvey. If you want pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Phelps, phone 129. Car fine oate just reeeived by Kelly & Sale. Phone No. 198. I have purchased the trnnsfer line from A. W. Sales and wills appreciate your hauling. Phone 71 or 222. Henry Broaddus. Wanted—A farm of betwem 100 and 150 acres in the Hix com- munitv, Burleson county at once. Apply to Garrett- Wrba Land Co. Pure corn chops at Kelly & gale. Phone No. 1U3. Koda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

_ w Vinel u roo that Vjnol to tfca KkiiTÜSw our whole ,tock ** ítíou *h^í' p"njr. •"«•f ahlMiw ÜIu 011 •"< «*y. wo ara o«lj toJUiíK you what ha* beea provod by luodrtdi of mothers. W. O. 8t rot her, Ralalfb, N. C.. "My little girl. Hazel lL tow taking Vlnol to build bar up attar a *P®H of alckneia. It hai dona •o much good by rehtcrlng her app* ,* "I building up her strength thai 1 think Vlnol to tba flneat tonic ever prepared, and I am tailing everyone About it." What Vlnol did for this little Rlrl it will do tor vory weak and ailing child, because alckly children need the strengthening cod liver elements and the tonic Iron that Vlnol contains—that to why Vlnol hullds them up quickly and gives them a fine, healthy color. It to pleasant to take, and we guar- antee that the reaults will satisfy you — money hack If they do not. P. 8. Our Saxo Salve to truly won« derful for Eczema We guarantee It. Stone & Hi chcock Druggist HOUSTON i DRESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunsm i t h s> Wood ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

iifMM « 400 V w M m* i&i Ss :á ., ¿■. -• •. 1,:^ Mi. ®P 1 ,v CNHiLdier By TH Burleson County Publishing Co. W.W. RAMU& .Bntered at the postoCfls* •* OaUwsU. Te**s. u lecobá-oha* mil matter. Advertising R«t « One Insertion 20o per inch PBR MONTH The following number of Inohi must be Med weekly to obtain tbee monthly rate I to 9K Inch* -600 per Inch 10 to 80 " — 60e *4 M SO to 50 " 45c " " .SO to 100" 40c 41 " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers " 1-2 cents per line each Insertion Subscription l'er Year Si 50 Three months 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Be Fair to The Innocent. ~When a man is put in prison he ^sometimes leaves behind him a t wife and children who are penniless. They are often so destitute that they are apt to become a public charge. It is wrong to punish the innocent for the guilty. Some states provide for those at home when the one who earns the living is deprived of his liberty, and it should be done in all states. It is nothing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

t ■f Monuments 1 hivo th^a£ nc„' "f lh® Br*n kam Marble Works fttw' hav* a oico line of sample booka fm you to aolect from. If you wam to buy a monument drop me u oard and 1 wi'l <a\[ to sea you VASOR. NIX "mkmrn:"" Have time und money by using the long distance telephone" Transact busineiw satisfuetily without waiting for reply. Just a turn of the bell and we do tho rest. Connected with all points in the county and over the state. Use the telephone and work while we get your inun. Prompt service-- time saved money made—tliat'3 easy. TRANSTEXAS TELEPHONE CO. ♦ MIMIMIIHtimtltMiH Masury's PURE MIXED HOUSE PAINTS Covers more surface Spread better Wears longer Cheapest to use Uest t«i buy Absolutely pure Pull net weight Start tin- New Year Right Sold by Caldwell Drug Co., Agents Caldwell, Texas. it NWr* 11 Sardones ¡ CHILE SHORT ' ORDift HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. J. 13. Hoasycut PHYSICIAN Office in Stone & Hi eheock Drug Store. Culls answer- proiiiptlv day or night. Dny phone 32. night ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

H • 1 . CMuletcd, mm <■■ M* m * L $ Sí kf'7; m * ÍUM, and think that w have trylngtto get yon to pay up iver anjear, and now ara to make our report to the poiUl department of all delln «guanta, and in order tc keep fping fined from $100 to $500 ' for carrying you any longer, 4fter our report goes in, we are | «empelled to atop it. New if tt e Cadger is worth a $1 a year you, please come and pay up «ad let us send it on to you, otherwise we we will have to atop it and insist on you paying u& what you owe. This ia meant for everyone who is behind and not for those who heve paid up. Misses Verna Motley cfj Sorn erviile|visited Mrs. T. R. Broad, dus the'tirstCof the week. Mrs. W. C. Geick and children of Chriesman, spent the week with the family of L. A. Helmer Capt. C. W. F, Windel return- •ed Tuesday from a trip to M&riiti andie muoh improved and in vi gorated by his stay there. G« to the Easter sale of th« Methodist Ladies, ut Worn ble, ^enkmks A Jenkins I u % g y house, S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

* <«* ««We. «*. "/ would rathér Bell you a Studebaker" When your dottier tells you that you know He's honest. s in stock. but he L He may have cheaper wagon k^ow* the Studebaker ia the bes And so do you. He wants to give such that you will come back made by the same people. Studebaker* have been bufldii years and they have won the confidence of dealer and fanner by building—not the cheapest—but the beat wagons. Whether you live in city, town or country, there s a Studebaker to fit your needs. Farm wagons, trucks, business and delivery wagons, surreys, buggies and runabouts, with harness for each of the same high quality as Studebaker vehicles. 5m n> Mu or «rife at. value buggy wagons for sixty STUDEBAKER CBtCAOO SALT LAI South Bend, Ind. W* YOKK MIMMIATOUS KANSAS CITY DEHVM .TLAKSCtTY SAN FRANCISCO FOtTLAND. UEJL IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES NOLINE AND OLIVER RIDING AND WALKING CULTIVATORS AND EVERYTHIG NEEDED ON THE FARM I n Groceries we Have Everything* such ¡>ure California ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 March 1913

• of of rslstives city tetwten traías the Bowsrs and Frier Ma tus Austin the first of the on business. fc*-f Usury Wpmaek and wife came from teperville Friday to reifttys. A. L. Kilter of 8t. Louis, Mo., IprSHentiug the Majestic Range Co., is \vsitiug the family of J. R. Hartgraves this week. Hon. A. C. Murray came down from Austin Sunday afternoon to apsnd a faw days with his fam- ily. R. F. Haibert of Eidrado was here last week and bought several curs of range oattle from various parties in this section. Mal!ie Womnck and family came up from Somerville Satur- day and visited relatives heie « Sunday. ' i * Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Harwood faturned to Ben Arnold, Sunday from visiting the family of Mrs. Lizzie Porter. A Few Articles That we Carry Hardware, Jno. Deere Plows, B. F. Avery Plows, Fir. Bill Planters, Jno. Deere Planters, Middle Breakers, all kinds Plow Points, Plow Harness, Wire and Hog Fencing, Calvanixed Rooting, Cham- pion Cisterns, Buck Stoves and Standard Sewing and Banne...

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