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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

i ' i H ■jfr 0 % - «i M mM y \ -A ,i —. H*** ¿ss¿ °jer.vi«v- I llilll AND NBW8*CHRONICLE 'M müm —— Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday March a8 1913 i Buchanan Opens His Campaign For Confress 4« ONI* UOES G< i' The fOMtion confronts mil of ua, every lives. Where DOES the money go? enough, but it slips awoy. Where? Here's e good way to find out. Pet cent of your money in our bank. Pay by check. You will soon heve a iplete record that will show you where It goes, k may alao show you where you might eave. Its no trouble for us to keep the books. Come an and try it. Depository For The Burleson County Funds. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS •Guerartty Fund Bank mm Profressiveness Is Keynote of Speech Pot Your Confidence in This Store . , fide nee mean satisfactioe. Yrnl'vc tfOt to have the same imp£$tyla1 t) confidence that vou have in your doctor, lawyer or clergyman. Use y<««r#i*Tlfidfrncc and you l«*e all reu«>>n for '«nipioyinu their service. (TtfJ «in 4*>th«...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

HHHH Stems And Floods. rfOULO S£ GASTRONOMIC m r Several States, Lnv- iag ftaeth AMKnii. Cm|nm 10th District. •J. P. BUCHANAN Washington County .. GEORGE CALHOUN Of Tro via County Tkls plant la insured in tho Mutual Piro Insurance ition of Texea, hoad- murtera, Cuere, Texas. '♦We never rams a train." Bar artt'h Transfer. Phone 8. tf Car fine oats just received bv Kelly & iSale. Phone No. 193 Let Joe Baruett haul you a? well aa your baggage. Phono 8 or 285 day or night. Have you been in Barnett'o aet "Buss"? Get wise and Phone g--meets all trains. if* A wdely known novelist vat «board the steamer Megantic at Montreal, and just before the vessel left on its trip for Liverpool was watching the loading of an enormous quantity of Canadian cheeses. A number of school teachers wore on tbe boat, bound for Quebec, and thf o young women were very much interested in the loading of the cheese. One of them asked the nov- elist how many there were. "The Megantic takes on from 15,- 000 to 25,0...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

< • *" J Streeg. rl«orou mea and V" J1*"*; «•■ «1 «toa ■yawn it run town and vitality cough get a foot- ^ U NMoaabU that tha twit way ta curt a couch la to tmild your atraagtfc acatar _ M a. OMTla Parhan, of But Dar- mm. N. C.. my: "I took Vlaol (or a «fcrealc coach which had iMtad two Taara, and tha eough not only dlaap- VM*4, bat It ballt up my atrtngth 4 wall." Tha raaaon Vlaol Is ao aOeaeloui la «ash eaaag la bacauao It eon taina la a Mtcloua ooaeaatratad form all tha aMdlelnal curativo alamanta of cod livor oil, with tonic, blood-build lag Chronic coughs and colds ylold to Tlnol bacauao It builds up tha wsak- ■onsd, run-down systam. Ton esa gat your money bade any timo if Vlnol doaa not do all wa aay. P. I. For Bcsama of Boalp try our ¡•aso Salvo. Wo guarantee It. Stone & Hitchcock Druggiat HOUSTON i DRESCHER Blacksmiths, Gunsmith a, Woodworkmen, Wheel- wiights and Horscshoers- NOTICE TO GINNERS and People who uae Heavy Machinery. Don't tend your mach- inery off when it ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

TIIUI Advertising >Om Insertion - - 20c per inch ü I Ik PER MONTH following number of Ind must be Bkly to obtain thee monthly rato. z¡° n «•«•«>" •* .. .. " — —~ .. .. «oto 100 •« 400 All advertising run until ordered out. 'Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each 'insertion Subscription Per Year *1 5° Three months Wc, Si* months 5c (Invariably in Advancs.) Our Subscription List A country newspaper may be said to have three sides to it, there Is the job work side, the advertis- ing side and the subscription side. Whatever money is made iu a country shop is made on the job and advertising side for the sub- scription side rarely pays for itself. This is especially true when a number of the subscribers fail to pay. It costs money to print and mail a paper for 12 months. This money must be paid by the week or by the month. The only business way to run the subscription side of a newspaper is to collect in advance. Every dollar that is lost on sub- scription is a dead loss to the pap...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

mrnvm GncaHM. We kOflftfMW MÍ thiaá to elees* i % A - r ¡Jbis I have the agency at ham Marble Work* and have • ■loa lina of ttmple books for you to «elect from. If you went to boy « monument drop mo a oard eud I will cell to «ee you VASOR. NIX imr" Save time and money by ueing the long distance • telephone* Transact businem «atisfactily ' without waiting lor 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— < time saved money made—that's easy. TRANSTEXAS TELEPHONE CO. miihhimhiiihhhmI 0. Cardones CHILE ■ SHORT ORDM HOUSE. NEAR DEPOT. A fosan «oep bobble, broken I too end fleeting lito «o trenspenat eggshell on the surfaos of i ««awl of liquid air, was ona of the marvels exhibited by Professor Dewar in a lecture before the Boyal Inatitute of Graat Britain. The lecture was upon the subject of atmosphere and the curious ef- fects of intenae cold, ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

> - m BP Frtd Moore and wife cane up hoai Belleville Tuesday and viait- «I friend#. )|T8< Frank Greathouee and children viaitsi relatlvea in Tunis ibis weak. John A. Smith and wit heve returned to Branchfleld from visiting the family of R. F. Dele- mater. Mist Pa.v Delamater returned Monday from visiting in Hous- ton. John Keller has returned to Gause from a vbit to the fsmily of Dr. J. B. Houston last week. ll, J Mrs. B. F. Moorman of Buck- holts is on an extended visit to the family of Dr. J. B. Houston. Miss Lillian Mills who is st- tending school in Georgetown, visited her brother, Cecil Mills the first of the week. Family of 33 HiiMren. Nr. Frederick Bush Beckett Has Eleven by First Wife and Twenty-Two by Second. London—Mr. Frederick Bush Beckett, who has just celebrated his silver wedding with bin sec* ond wife, has hsd in all thirty- three children—eleven by his first wife and twenty-two by his aec- ond. Many are married or if business on their own account but ten are s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

f y ,, " ** BT; ' jjf 7yx ■•'■'' ' : • .¡ -i' .. ...... -• ■ - -yw.-i i "■ ft K w" ■ ■ ■ -i <4 <S ? ''l"' | ; «>v«. > |jjP Jam- I 2 "•lfl ■ ®xtn session about to convene. ¿A Question if now being discussed by IDemocrutic BiítiiUrs of Congress whe jtht. ¡1 will be vvi.iii to remain in ex- traordinary session after the dispo. fcitior of the tariff question, in order to tcvUe the currency system. All thinking1 men recognise that a revis- to.' >if the tariff will necessarily ur. ttie, to ¡>ume extent financial, commercial and industrial conditions, i believe, therefore, that it would he wise for Congress to remain in ex. tui ->e>nion during the remainder of tin- term, if necessary, in order tu en- act proper ai.d suitable laws to pro- curt for the country a more elastic currency .system. Even as it i de. dared by the Democratic National Platform against the so called Aid- rich Bill for the establishment of <1 centra! bank, do I oppose the same. 1 agree with th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

Supplement t J. P. BUCH- ANAN'S SPEE(H . «C0NTINIE1- fancy, it la noted for ita simple r..ar*. heard to My M applied to the C" y ner, frugal habits and honesty of in. casiun race that, the question was tention, but with success comes p'.. j whether we shall be serfs and slaves, Pi rxt: '1 pie of the The inters and Third; }iU- of the I atn a c and « inter Oth di of tht the inl ist of all the. peo- trict and Second: people of Texas; rest of the peo. unit special inter* can juwtl ome didate for that position, ask for your support for it is written seek and ye shall find, ask and ye shall receive, and in ydotrg so I want it distinctly under- stood that I have not one word to say against Judge Calhoun of Aus- tin. who is my opponent. So far as I know he is an upright and hon. o rabie gentleman, and there is no- thing that can be justly said against him, but even if there was, I would not say it, for I do not believe that any man should rise^ or attempt to rise, to any office of honor or ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

£i|p : ' 3®* ■- ?8 'A. We Trust The People Great Sale of M Furnish Your Hum on Liberal Credit HOME NEEDS The coming of Spring brings thoughts of house cleaning. A change of some sort are to be made in "The home." A new piece of Furniture, Refrigerater, Rugs, Porch Furniture, etc., are to be added or replaced. "The Gurney" Refrigerators We arc sole agents fur "The Gurney" Kefrijierittor* It mean? pure wholesome food. Your ice bill cut in half. Easily cleaned. A satisfied house- wife. See the Line at our Store. There are no better Refrigerators made. If there were, "we would have them," we sell them under an absolute guarantee. Your money back If you are not satisfied. Rel^nrfi* PImIocc fTiWlltora Will bake, roeat, boil, steam or stew u well «1 any obimiim i llClvAS vwjrvis fuq} stove ,made. Easily cleaned and a lammtr Joy to •very hooMwtfe. Sec them In oar ibov window. Combination Wall Papers stock stall times an unusually ^ choiee LIm of De* curativo offsets in variety large enough ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 March 1913

Nr ,*h i m / ! ■ Vinson vhlted In Ihii week. ida Smith came up •aturuay to visit Mia Zelda Hsalep wenttoTay- to visit friends and Hardware, Farming Implements, Wagons, Buggies and Groceries ~WE HAVE THE GOODS—WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE~1 Mrs. Willie Webb of Pendle- ton wis the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. 8. Douglas?. J. Louis (iidditigs returned the lait of last week from a business trip to Dallas. Will Hoting and sistor o! Bren- ham, spent Easter with the fami- ly of A. Hoting. r Luther Mclver came down from Austin ami spent Sunday with home folks. \ 1 Edward Wotipka of Waco visi- ted nome folks here the first ol the week. i Mrs. C, W, Webb of Beaumont" Tisited the family of her pnrent* Mr. and Mrs. John McCowen last week. I ■! I II ' * High winds heavily charge With dnst and sand prevailed in this section, making disagreeabh weather for pedestrians. i Turns otify t pass Notick—This Js to notify the public that I have purchased conditionally t he Woodard pasture property, ad- joining m...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

< '•>; o" :éí' L Chronlei ■lubllahad inn ISO 4 Conapllr' mtmd M«i ICB7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE *sT- ?£ • me XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday April 4, 1913 tolld*i —— ">> • • 11* Number s * ''Little Drops of Water" THE drop ol water on your coat sleeve is easily brush- ed aside as of no consequence. Yet enough of these drops joined together and put in motion would furnish power to turn a will. The small change in your pocket may seem of little consequence to you, but once start it to pilling up in the bank and you'll soon have a fund that may lead you on to fortune- WE invite you to cell and make our bank your bank, your account «rill be ap- preciated, whether large or smell. The pirst State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Pat Yoar Confidence in This Store Confidence mean satisfaction. You've got to have the name impartial personal confidence that vou have in your doctor, lawyer or clergyman. Um your confidencc and you Iom all reaoon (or employing their s...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

Píí* Wm« - „ 1 • 5 -T- ; «■til Liners per line first All readers ordered out. To My Friends Of The 21st Judíela! District P#'- 10th District. J. P. BUCHANAN Wsshinfton County HON. GEORGE CALHOUN Of Trsvls County This plant is Insured in the Mitsrs Mutual Fire Insurance Association of Texas, head* quarters, Cuero, Texss. —— II ! 4,\Ve never ratos a train." Bar it's Transfer. Phone 8. tf. Car fine oats just received by Kelly ¿c bale. Phone No. 193 Let Joe Earnett haul you as well as your baggage, Phono 8 or 235 day or night. Have you been in Barnett'e new "Buss"? Get wise and Phone g--meets all trains. tf. If you want pure milk or oream delivered right st your door ev- ery day, see Reid Phelps, phone 129, ••r.-. Car floe oats just reoeived by Kelly & Sale. Phone No, 193. IX Pure corn chops at Kelly & Bale. Phone No. 193, Pure corn chops at Kelly & Phone No. 198. Ring Kelly & Sale for Poultry Food, Phone No. 193. i Ring Kelly & Sale for Poultry Food. Phone No. 193. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

- IBS ííF Ar« dtlidow when properly preparad. Our ham and bacon "U curad just right with sugar, spices and ¡good old hickory smoke. The Best Honey Can Buy When you buy of us you know you can got no better. They don't make them better. Thornton Grocery Co. r DO YOU READ? If so, why not) sub- scribe atj once for your home Paper, Burleson County Ledger It will keep you posted on the local happenings of the State and county for twelve months for the small sum of -nao- Subscribe Now. HfcnuH to Be • Real Hero. By OLCN H. WICHMAN. All day they had been marching through the mud—deep, black, dirty Peninaula mud at that. The regi- ment seemed barely to struggle for- ward aa night approached. Strag- gling had been common throughout the day, and now the ranks were faat thinning, despite the efforts of the rear guard, who arrested those who gave up the fight and'dropped behind. As a result, a strange situ- ation had come about—the arrested soldiers outnumbered the guard, and the guard itself was...

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

M & r mm. wH m& plp^ S! a Mb..* IÍÉ1P feW f! s>& ■. .. !#«<'. I ity '<■'■■' I new* of Mm dsath of Tf 4 lira. Carter of Somsrville, who only married six week* s«o, was re. ceivsd here Wednesday morning She vu curried to Temple ft r M operation end died there aud her rema na «rere shipped back to Somerville and entered In the cemetery there at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, the funeral being atinad by a large oonoouree of sorrowing friends and relatives. Tt* Ledger tendere lie since#*- eoadolence to the bereaved one> In their sad and irreparable loe>. John McCowen received * message Tuesday night convey- ing the sad news that his sister, Mrs. Kate A. Armendt bad dieu at Somerville. She was tin wife of J. A. Armendt and leave:- besides her husband, several children, brothers and sisters We deeply sympathize with the relatives in their lose. Last Saturday Mrs. Tereiin Schiellack. aged 45 years died at her home south of town, after c short illness, and her remain*...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

•H 4$ m% I at N ¡ti- r '.'i i CHImi Paint. Hiory Thomas has bten very aick with typhoid fever, but ra convftleaoing at thi« writing. Born: to J. gkrivanek and wife a pair of baby boy , tbay are getting along fine: Joe in so proud of them thnt he oould dance to the tune of cotton eyed Joe, us played by Uncle Joe Prtweley. There was a dance at Mr. Matejka'd it was enjoyed by all .who attended. Mph. Nancy Nor croes ie having another bam built where she had one burnt a short, time since. Dr. C. A. Sherrill and his brother John, made a flying visit to Hrnzod County last Sunday; they boasted of having a large peach cobbler for dinner at his brofcher«in-law'e, T. P. Hall They Wrought back some samples of the peaches, I toothed somt- of fchsin and they were good and juicy, but riot any better thsn those raised in old Burleson 4'ouuty. Wo are expecting grading to commence soon on the inter urban line of railroad, on this aide of the river, there has been already nine mi es contracted, commen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

i .Tun* Advertising R tM „ 20c per inch PER MONTH fallowing number of inch must Im if v to obtain thee monthly rale, ¡inch* ..... - «°c w «* > $4 fiOo " M J *" •« :: % ;; ;; IBlolOd " — - kll advertising run until ordered out. f^ii readers " *•- cento per line each ?Q Subscription Per Y ear ® 1 Three months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) The man who is going to bring you a me*s of fish never ca ches any on that particular trip. A judge recently asked a witness if thirty glasses of beer will in- toxicate a man. Who can keep count after the first dozen? It has been predicted that al- cohol will take the place of gaso- line as an automobile fuel. This beats the law against shipments in- to dry territory, An eastern dress reformer says that a girl should dress so as to at- tract attention. A careful review oi the styles since fig leaves were fashionable, would indicate that they have. The readers of the Ledger will save many tidaes the subscription price of the paper du...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

' . ' — > 5= S= Trust The I People A Great Sale of Furnish Your Home on Libera! Credit Mr . C. W. Moore retorced lo Gsuse Wednesday after visiting . « r mother, Mrs. P. J, Gre^g, HOME NEEDS The coming of Spring brings thoughts of house cleaning. A change of some sort are to be made In "The Home." A new piece of Furniture, Refrigerator, Rugs, Porch Furniture, etc., are to be added or replaced. "The Gurney" Refrigerators \\ i- ure sole agents for "The Gurney" Refrigerator It means pure wholesome food^ Your ice bill cut in half. Easily cleaned. A satisfied house- wife. bee the Line at our Stote. There are no better Refrigerators made. If there were, "we would have them,*' we sell them under an absolute guarantee. Your money back if you are not satisfied. Bakorst Fireless Cookers every housewife. See them in our show window. Will bake, rout, I toil, steam or stew as well as any fuel stove made. Kasily cleaned and a summer joy to J-mi W/oll Danprc With draperies to match are the Vogue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 April 1913

' v.'" Teagut* ha* gone to a b*d&i'i«'of her moth nut expected to live. ri, 6• Dickinson of Cain- ia the guest of W. J. Porter family. Phil Teellng of Hearne waa tl># guest Of Wilton Houston and family this wegk. EJustuelo&ded Car Waukeg&n Wire eyid Hog Fencing, also I-lojon Bros., and Banner Buggies mm We want yojtr bu th^^jdillar is run- Mrs. Do&e Calvin spent sev- eral days with the family of Wilton Ho union. Miss Mamie McMutt came up from Kinney Friday to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. 11. Smith. C, Onstott and wife left Sun- day for Snyder where they will spend some time. Rev. W. ^S. Lackey has ac- cepted the call to the pastorate It Liberty church. Miss VIasta BraVanec return- ed to Houston the first of the week from visiting relatives near here. Blacksmith Coal South Texas Ribbon Cane mo- Northern Seed Corn Cain and Millet Seed Seed Oats Garden Seed Onion Sets Chops, Bran and Shorts ORIOLE FLOUR-ALWAYS Hardware Side Capt. 0. W. F. Windel return- ed S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

My" - r - mk *' t::'f «m *, * • • • • • " *,) ' «a¡í8a¿K,'' ",,h*<' jcSo Cscrv"!!fsv*- I ■ AND NEWS-CHRONICLE i • ■ amtw XXIX Caldwell, Burleeon County, Texas, Friday April u, 1913 "Little " Drops of Water" THE drop of water on your coat sleeve is easily brush- ed aside as of no consequence. Yet enough of these drops joined together and put in motion would furnish power to turn a mill. The small change in your pocket may seem of little consequ ence to you, but once start it to pillingt up in the bank and you'll soon have a fund that may lead you on to fortune* WE invite you to coll and moke our bonk your your occount will be ap- preciated, whether large or emelL The First State BanK CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Banfc QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY These three principle* have heen the foundation of our business. Thev have helped u* to build our business on the right kind of a foundation, and combined with the price we offer, they have helped promote our patronage as well as increase ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

;■> Jfe¡$ Um ü I 1 W m ¿Él íi 'V M- 71-1 Caata nr Mm «Ir* All ta the Mutual Flrt '•We never mina i train." Bar* mm if. mmimmtu. iuat raoaiv* fM Car fine oafca juat reoeived "Dy Kelly & bole. Phone No. 193. Let Joe Barnett haul you aa well aa your baggage, Phono 8 or 285 day or night. of STATE BANK. SSfissa? the llth day of April, 1913* RESOURCES Loans and discount*,person- al or collate* al fl80.j79.a7 Loans, real eatate.. Overdrafts... Bonds and Stocks.. Real Estate (banking house) Other Real Estate 19.8tS.00 9,821.03 .00 2*303.75 i You will miaa a treat II you fall to hear the Vinaen Siatora at the Opera Heuee, Saturday ni|ht April 12th. Have you been in Qarnett*a new "Búas"? Get wiae and Phone y--meets all trains. tf. If you want pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Phelps, phone 129. Car fine oats just received by Kelly & Sale. Phone No. 193. Pure corn chops at Kelly & gale. Phone No. 103. Pure corn chops at Kelly & Sale. Phone...

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