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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

Y 'N i . l / About 10:80 o'clock Thursday morning Swee lie. the little Uve year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gibson was accidentally shot and instantly killed by Oscar, his eight year old brother with a 22 oalibre Wincheater rifle. Mr8. Gibson was cleaning up the room and took the gnns, a target rllie and a shot gun, down (rom the rack and laid them across a bed. Tho little boys on seeing the target rllle picked it up and be- gan playing with it, when it wiih accidentally discharged, the ball going through Kweedie't heart and killing him instantly. On hearing the report of the gun. Mrs. Gibson turne 1 arenad juei intime to nee the little felloe stagger, and smiling he fell ir her arms, and after grasping t time or two, was dead. This is one of the most dis> treating accidents which has ever happened here, and the be- reaved family hus the sympathy of the whole community. M0I8ESTI9H FIVE YEARS Relieved Dy Vinol. Strength and even lifo itself do pen Us upon the nourishment and prope...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

< 1 at th« postof** «I Caldwell. Tex , Advertising Rat One Insertion ~ ^Oo per Inch be PER MONTH The follow! * number "f inch* must died weekly toümaiu thee monthly rate. 1 to 9k Incba - PeP 10 to 90 « «* " M so to so « 48c ;; ;; SO U> 100 M - — 4®° All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers " 1-2 cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Year $1.5') T iree ni >tiths >)c, Si* m >nths 75c (Invariably in Advance.) 8$ ff. mm W'i Wm mk &Ji; y Jp-'' m, Community Co-operation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch-Holland Magazine In nearly every community there are men and women who go or send to the larger cities for many of their purchases, believing that, they can "do bettei"in ilie stores of the cities than at h^rae. These people are usually not malicious barriers to the growth and development of the communi- ties in which they live. Neverthe- less, they retard, rather than assist the progress of ihe entire locality. in a certain small Southwestern town a woman,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

gftjjV _ «apmgq . V J o« \x 4 i w V f/ I hare the agency of Dm Bren- Mar ble Work a and have a «loe line of «ample books for .you to aelect from. If you want to buy a monument drop me a «ard auJ I will call to aua you VASO NIX r"flWávam""| Save time and money by lining \ the long distance telephone' < Transact business satisfactilv ' without waiting for reply. Just ! a turn of the bell and we do the ■ res^ < Connected with all points in the < county and over the state. Use ' the telephone and work while we ¡ get your man. Prompt sondee— • time saved money made— tliat'3 ' easy. J TRANS TEXAS TELEPHONE CO. •♦I HI MI ♦ 11111 0.Cárdenos CHILE SHORT ORD&S? HOUSE. i; NEAR DEPOT.; Here's a SURE Way to Get Good Paint: IF IT SAYS Masury's On the Can It's the BEST PAINT HADE Sold by Caldwell Drug Co., Agenta Caldwell, Texaa. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN Ofli'-P in Stone it Hi'chcook Drujr Store, ('nils an.Nwer- promptlv day or niqht.. I i*.y phone 32. night pi.one 'si Caldwell, Texas...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

Beckie Price in on an ex ▼iait lo (rienda in Look <D. T. Kilpatrlck of San Antonio wiaitedJ. F. Cobb and wife thb Vmr\ Ort« returned to He^rn frr after visiting tba fami ily of Rfev. J. C- Carr. Jesse Garrett returned Thura day from Grovetou where be Had bean on legal husmean. Miases Olvia and Karl Roya •of prairiedale were pleassnt call «ra at this office Wednesday. Several from here uent to tit Brazos river Monday and return «mí Tuesday afternoon after hav ing a nice time and sope tine fish ing. W. 8. Mial caHie up from th Brazos bottom Wednesday au< attended the burbt-cue at Ge ¿Springs. The weather this week has beai ideal picnic weather and th folks have been taking ad van iage of it. C. W. F. Windel left Tuesdo ■on a combine J business! «in pleasure trip to points in Colo «ado, Arizona, New Mexico ur. Cahforuia. <C. N. Houston who ho^ds a r* sponsible position with the jew *' ey firm of Jonei Rag land 4 Adam Co. of Waeo spent Sonda. In Caldwell with relatives. .Mrs. M...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

. ■J* * üü L' _ -P ' ' í - '■ -- Of i "i don't mind. Thhis aStudebaker Wagon' —that's why I bought it. I noticed that men were using the Studebaker where- eyer the work was hard—hauling steel girders in the city, logs in the woods, stone in the quarry."' "My work is hard and 1 know it. My wagon is on my payroll and must earn its salary. Trait's why 1 bought a Studebaker. 1 can't afford to buy a cheaper one." "Get in touch with a Studebaker dealer, he's a good man to know." THMIM Contractors' Wsgost Dnw Wa S'jmyi HmM See our Dealer or usrttc ui. STUDEBAKER South Eend, Ind. KRW tO*K MiNmuroLtt CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER •ALT LA.CE CITY SAN TO A NCI SCO i'OETLANU. ORE. Smi Elected Te Coafress. ■oufh- TRY US for your Seed Corn and Orange, Amber, and Red Top Cane Seed also Big German Millet. Our Alfalfa Stock Food at $1.75. A sack is hard to beat Another car each of— Bran, Chops and Clipped Feed Oats. Don't forget about the Cotton Seed Meal we sell al vl.GO and deliver it. Kelley ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 April 1913

üf £1 * ■': ,-Vi rx£ HHHHH HH ? CS r: W ■; ; **". . sül mt f A ■ Thomas weut lo lay tu vjbi;: i el a ti ve . ami wife of Austin il day the first of with relatives bore. , Frank Evard returned to Saturday from visiting ivee hero. Lizzie Porter and daugh- Nannie. went to feause to vis|t relatives. MUM Julia Hill visited Charles F. Teague and wife in Giddings this week. Miss Hsllie Harris who is teach- ing in Sonierville, cauie up and •pent Saturday with home folks. Car Waukefan Wire and Hag Fencing, alta Naan Brat., and Baratar Buggies We want your business—U th j good tag low, your good mum Is 0. K. with ae. forgot we Mil John Dears and Avery Plows, tw tar loads bought far this ssassn. t Mrs. L. Zeiss came up from Brenbsm Sunday to visit her srister, Mrs. W. 6. Barnett. Miss Katie Lee Henslee came np from Lyons Friday to visit relativsa. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beigle, Sunday morning a fine Miss Alice Echols returned to Ckrieeman Friday from visiting i Alma Calhoun. Barnie Seigle...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

i-M ¿i m wm ü" ¿sissavvfi' :sss e¡a.v.,¡fs*/, AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ValumiM XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Tttti, Friday April iA, 1913 JUiiipiSjtfi — — /'Little Drops of Water if <? 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 consequence to you, but once start it to pilling up in the bank and you'll soon have a fund tliat may lead you on to fortune* WE invite you to call and make our bank your bank, your account will be ap- preciated, whether large or email. The First State BanK CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY These three principle have been the foundation of our business. Thev have helped us to bmld our business on the sight kind of a foundation, and combined with the price we offer, they have helped promote our {«atronare as well an increase it. Do not worry about...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

Liners All •at. to insured in the Mutual Fire Insurance •f Texaa, h e a 4- Cuere, Texaa. i a trtiiL," Bar* Pboitef}. If. Car fine oats just received by Kelly & Hale. Phone No. 193. Let Joe Barnett haul you as well as your baggage. Phone 8 or 285 day or night. have you been in Barnett's aew "Buss"? Get wise and Phone 8--meets all trains. tf. If you want pure milk or o ream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Phelps, phone 12 . Houss for rent.—-Apply to J. C. Kleb. Notice to Woodmen—Hereafter the W. O. W. lodge will meet on 'the first and tbird Saturday nights in each month. The next meeting will be the on the 3rd Saturday night in April. Pnre corn chops at Kelly & Bale. Phone No. 193. Ring Kelly & Sale for Poultry Food. Phone No. 193. Ring Kelly & Sale for Poultry Food, Phone No. 193. Listen—1 will pay 1 14 cents for green hides. Bring them in. Otto Wendorf. 2t. Ill I om still in the market for fat eettie and bogs, and pay top prices. , Otto Wendorf. ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

■MM áboufc 10:80 o'clock Thursday morning 8wee lie. the little tive v jfeir old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oibson was accidentally «hot acid instantly killed by Otear, lite eight year old brother with a 22 calibre Winchester rifle. Aim. Gibson wu« cleaning up the room and togk the (funs, a garget rifle and a abut gun, down from ^he rack aud laid them across u lied. Tbeíjtilo bove on seeing the is ♦ target rlile |ticked it up and be- gan,playing with it, when it wot- a$j<¿ídeijtully discharjr^fllie ball po.'ng through Sweedis's heart and,killing iiiin instantly. On hearing the report of the gun. Mr*. Gibson tilrnel arenad just in timo t'> see the little felloe stagger, and smiling he fell ir. her HrniH, and after gVanpitig i tioie or two, wns dead. This is one of the most die* tresna# accidents which ha* ever happened here, and the be- rfaved family lias the sympathy of the whole oommunitv. ft WDI3ESTÍ3H FIVE YEARS Relieved by VinoL Strength and even life Itaelf de- penda u|k>u...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

at the postot*m eft OoMvoU. Tex* , P": • Advertising R«t a Insertion - — P*r l «h PER MONTH „ following number of Inoh« must bo eeed weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. ft to 91Í Inch - ®°° P*r lnch 10 to 2) " - Mb •' M JO to 60 •• « « JO to 100 " " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Year $1.5'.) T.ire« m nth* fiüe, Si* ro >nths 75c (Invariably in Advance.) ffiírí- Community Co-operation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch-Holland Magazine In nearly every community there are men and women who go or send to the larger cities for mawy of their purchases, believing that they can "do better" in the stores of the cities than at h« me. These people are usually not malicious barriers to the growth and development of the communi- ties in which they live. Neverthe- less, they retard, rather than assist the progress of «he entire locality. in a certain small Sou'hwestern town a woman, whom I will call Mrs. A. had just complete...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

m I 'Of Work line of «ample books for select from. If you want monument drop me a card iqJ I win c*ll to wt you VASO Nix 4 4 % "A¿-r £. i * k* Stive time and money by using the lonjf distance telephone' Transact business satisfactily 1 without waiting for reply. Just ! ft tura of the bell and we do the i , , r«*t. Connected with all points in the county and over the .state. Une 1 the telephone and work while we gtt your man. Prompt service- time saved money made—tiiat'3 easy. TRANS TEXAS TELEPHONE CO. Ml IIIIH mill MM I ♦♦♦♦4 0. Cardones CHILE SHORT ORD4® HOUSE. MEAR DEPOT. Here's a SURE Way to Get Good Paint: IF IT SAYS Masury's On the Can It's the BEST PAINT HADE Sold by Caldwell Drug Co., Agents Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut physician O flirt? in Stone & Hi chuock Drug Stur '. ('alls «iiswer- prouiptlv i lay ur r i h t,. I'ay phone 32. night pi.uno '81 Caldwell, Texas Old Furniture Made New I have opened a shop in the New Iron Building next to Polansk'a Tin Shop, and am pre...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

qt • Price is on an visit to (rienda In Look* m 5r f m* h' O. T. Kilpatrick of San Antonio Visited J. F. Cobb and wife thh Carl Órts returned to Beam Tuesday after visiting the (ami If of Rev. J. C* Carr. Jesse Garrett returned Thurs- day from Groveton where be bad been on legal busiiiesH. Misses 01 via nhd Ivirl Royal of prairiednle were pleaaant call, «ra at this office Wednesday. Several from here vent to th> Brazos river Monday and return ed Tuesday afternoon after huv intr a nice time and some tine fish k. ! 1—to— ' W. 8. Mial carfrt up from th< -Brazos botrmn 'Wednesday an< attended the barbecue at Ge JSptin^s. The weather this week has beaj ideal picnic weather and th folks have been taking advan tage of it. C. W. F. Windel left Tuesda. on a combined business an pleasure trip to point* in Colo rado, Arizona, New Mexico an California. feiVÓS C. N. Houston who holds a r« sponsible position with the jewel ry firm of Jone iUgland í Adam Corof Waro spent Sunda in Caldwell...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

3 ME vé . . -, ■;*. ■ "My New Studebaker" There's a nota of pride in the remark. To own a Studebaker buggy is to own the finest, classiest looking lightest running vehiclc on the road. Slender, yet sturdy wheels, flexible bent- reach gear of the new Studebaker pattern, well proportioned, graceful lines, upholstery of the kind that makes you want to lean back and enjoy yourself, and the Studebaker double ironed shafts, strong and shapely. Why wouldn't any man be proud to own a Studebaker? W«i \v« Track, D«1l «*r W< P—./ CarrUsM Ha*MM 5« our DtuLr or uritc cu. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. mtWYOIK ClttCACO I)«iA3 KA 3 CITY DENVER MlMMEAfOUS SAuT LAKJE CITY 8A.< KRAMCÍ9C0 PORTLAND. OKI. for your Seed Corn and Orange, Amber, and Red Top Cane Seed also Big German Millet. Our Alfalfa Stock Food at $1.75. A sack is hard to beat. Another car each of— Bran, Chops and Clipped Feed Oats. Don't forget about the Cotton Seed Meal we sell at $1.60 and deliver it. Kelley Sc SaJe A Nat in The La...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 April 1913

ppf rTiTi Monday ud Car Waukegan Wire and Hag Fencing, ajeo Noon Brea., and Banner Buggies L" i Wayne Earthman returned to Conroe Sunday night from visit ing his sister, Mrs. Clyde Clark. Brick masons are rushing the work on the three store houses oí Mrs. J. E. H. Mclver. ^ —————— Mrs. B. 6. Jackson left Sat- urday for Belton to spend a week with relatives and friende. I Miss Maude James returned Saturday from visiting Mrs. B. C. Newberry at Lyons. lA —————— Miss Ella Kraitchar left Mon* day to visit relatives and friends in Temple. It ' G, D. Williams of Somerville was a business visitor here Mon- day. Prof. John Potts returned to Gatesville Sunday from visiting friends here. Miss Maggie Orto has returned to Paige after visiting Miss Annie Carr. Alex Jackson came down from Fort Worth the first of the week to visit relativa. A force of Santa Fe bands this week engaged in the erect- ion of the new pump house at the depot. Bring your Hides to John Seibert's saloon every Saturday and w...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

*■& m 1 N*w* «aiabllahad l«P4 Canaottcatad Chronlei* * ISOO may I6P7 Covnty AND NEWS-CHRONICLE TaaumarKumr ■#? —— •lumm XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, T«ai, Friday April as, <9>3 Nankir 8 - I FRIENDS IN scrttm^'0 'or success, many forget the In friendly hands that have helped them. Not so with us. We realise fully the obligations we owe to our good friends who have st( od by this bank through sunshine and storm. They have made this bank what it is today. We desire to grow by adding new patrons to our list, but never at the sacrifice of older patrons. They are our best friends- ASK THEM AND SEE FOR YOURSELF The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Santa Fe Officials In City. QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY Theae three principie have been tlie foundation of our business. Thev have helj>ed ua to build our business on the right kind of a foundation, and combined with the price we offer, they have hel]>ed promote our patronage as well an increase it. Do not wo...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

RKMi M Pt*|K®SiS * ?s>. W-M ■ w Yi";- - • . .-• ;'-i ' V. 5 This plant is insured In the Mutual Fire Insurance itton of Texas, heed* Cuero, Texas. tSS^BBSBSSBBOSr scraps '•Swifts meat your hens lay. Kelly have it. •♦We never miss a train." salt's Transfer. Phone 8. Liners Cents psr line first All rendare ordered out. Slakes and Sales Bar- tf. Car fine oats just received by Kelly ¿c bale. Phone No. 193. Let Joe Barnett haul you as well as your bng^age. Phone 8 or 235 day or night. ————mm ■■■ ■ mm Bave you been in Barnett's new "Buss"? Get wise and Phone § --meets sll trains. tf. It you wsnt pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philps, phone 129, 'Swifts meat scraps' your hens lay. Kelly have it. makes ; Sales House for rent.—Apply to J. C. Kleb. Pure corn chops at Kelly Sale. Phone No. J 93. Listen—1 will pay b 1-4 cents for green hides. Bring them in. Otto Wendorf. 2t. "Swifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly & Sales have it. I am still...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

Ju k " * / Mm. Ed A. EIUh will entertain the Ijudies1 Home Missionury Society at her home in West Caldwell. There was a fine rain in all this section of the country Wed- nesday morning—just what the farmers and every body else wanted to see. The school taught at New Tabor by Miau Anna Holikclosed last Friday with a nice picnic which was largely attended by the patrons of the school us well as a large crowd Iroui Caldwell. It was one of the nicest school pieuics ever held there. More Improvement. 11. Struwe has had his saloon building ceiled over head with metal ami the walls replostered, making it very nicc in the inter- ior. Barn Destroyed by Fire Tuesday night the barn, smoke house and a horse of Joe Zgabaj living between Hogg and Dean ville were destroyed by tire ano Mr. Zgubaj was pretty badl.\ burned in trying to save his property. The loss is soint where in the neighborhood oi $500 with no insurance, so fat as can be ascertained. Big Cattle Deals Ilnlheri & Craigg of Eldor...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

Ca. —- wt GsMveUL Tvsaa. mail mtur. Advertising R«t*s i at ti 11¡¡P Ooe ttwrtion 20c per Inch , PEB MONTH Tbe "Wlowing number « f Inch must be Wed weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* I to 9% inch* -. «Je per Inch 10to SO " ...... 60c " " SO to 50 " 4Ac " 14 JO to 100 " 40c ♦' •• All advertising run until ordered out. "Local readers " i-- cents per lino each Insertion Subscription Per Tear : $1.50 T.irs e m nths V>c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) True Facts. One of our most popular young ladies played a cruel joke on her mother, and this is how it hap- pened. She accidentally found a love letter that her father had written to her mother in their halcyon days of courtship. She read the letter to her mother, sub- stituting her own name and «hat of her lover. The mother raved with •anger and stamped her foot in disgust, forbidding her daughter to have an> thing todo with a man who would write such nonsensical «tuff to a cirl. The girl then gave the letter to her mother t...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

Af # 4 M4 \ / tnow tk« „ j to the retail , it onr hi -J® «*• w«.k, ud la In a 41k^°* wl**t remedy gives aatlofactlon. • í" J™* H ü,,ne. of l*lu, N. Y., atyi; -For a 7*™ I tu a great tul IranchlU*. Lwt July I urblch was more severe than any, tad Sty frieods thought I could not recover Irom it Then 1 waa advised by my druggist to try Vlnol, which I did. ylth wonderful results. My cough ass left me; I have gained in weight and appetite, and I am as strong as f™ ¿*M- I advise all who have Bronchitis, chronic coughs, or who are run down to try Vlnol." It is the combined action of the nedlcinal curative elementa of the eod'a liver, without the greaay oil, aided by the blood-making and strength-creattug pro port lea of tonio Iron that makes Vinol ao efficient Remember, we guarantee Vlnol to do luat what we say — we pay back your money if it does not P. 8. Stop acratchlng, our Saxo Salve Btopaitching, Wo guarantor it Stone & Hitchcock 1 irnififix? Monument s I havo the agency of tho Brt...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

you like the Ledger W. O. Hundley ef Temple we on a business trip this week. Jim King of Houston is here "Working for Banty Hartgraves. W. C. Carroll returned Tues d«y from a visit to Navasota. Bob White returned Tuesday from a business trip to Houston. Mrs. C. L. Renfro came up Tuesday from Somervilleto visit Tom Broaddus and wife. T. E. Peebles of Cleveland. Texas, visited relatives her< this week. C. S. Williams this week los1 a fine Jersey cow by her eating too much clover. Joseph Wondrash, T li ok Kraitchar and John Jancik wen' to the fishing lake San Jrtaint- Day to attend the barbecue, bu it failed to materialze. Mrs. Oliver Teague and littl- ■son, Udell, went to Fort Wortl Saturday to spend the week witl relatives. Joe Truax went to San Antonii Saturday to visit relatives ant to see the battle of flowers. J. A. Mclver and family ol Dime Box visited relatives here Sunday. Joe Schreiber and wife were a rong those who attended the grand lodge of the Sons of Har mon at Austin...

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