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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

n% 44Such shipments mean Studebaker hat the confidence of the farmer99 Every year over one hundred thousand hone- driven vehicles are sold by Studebaker. Over a million Studebaker vehicles aro always in use. Stop and think what that means. This enormous output means that Farmers—the men who know—depend upon Studebaker wagons to do their work. And a Studebaker wagon never fails. It is always ready to do a big day's work—and to keep on doing it. There are thousands of Studebaker wagons that have been in service from 20 to 40 years. A SlmJdakr wagon is i reil bmin— mmL Wheals, body, I ram*, uIn ana running gear knt bam InUj and rrtHad by asparla. Yea can buy cheaper wagoaa but they'ra not ShtMekm, no* will they lm like Sludrfefrr wagons. Whether in city, town or country, for bwáneaa or pli there ia a StuJtlalfr vehicle to meet your requirement Fa wagon* truck*, contractor* wagona, buggies, surrey* runab nonv carriage , hnainaaa and delivery wagona—each the beat i kind. Stwdebskar harne...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 April 1913

Be v SUS '" :V -T;': ... left Monday tor win'iv he spent the week. Mrs. D. Watson went to A us fin Monday to visit her aiater. Carroll Wornble of Houston Dime up and spent Sunday with liome folks. I' —————————— Miss Geraldine Kelly returned to Bryan Monday from visiting ida here. <r Ben Sullivan who is working for the Santa Pe at SomervlUe, came up and spent Sunday with home folks. list Unloaded Car Waukegan Wire and Hog Fencing, also Noon Bros., and Banner Buggies We want yaur fcusiness-if the food dollar la run- tag low, yeur good name la 0. K. with ua. Don't forgot wo adl John Deere and Avery Plows, two corleado bought lor thlo aoaeon. I Carey and Wilson Newcomb wlio urP travelling on the road ¿tupped off and visited home folks the first of the week. i** " D. B. Worcester returned to Cameron Saturday after visit- ing his daughter, Mrs. Henry Gregg. Mrs. J. M. Fisher returned to Rogers Sunday after visiting the family of J. A. Mclver near Dime Box. Farmer boys who smoke cig- ar...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 May 1913

'Ni; . V ' ■ V , •* , Hip# 1 N*wa Ralabllahcd i"«4 ConaoilCaiad Chronloi* * ItBO May I60Y AND NBW6-CHRONICLB • «nawmiiiF Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday May a, 1913 Number FRIEND the scramble for success, many forget the 111 friendly hands that have helped them. Not so with us. • We realize fully the obligations we owe to our good friends who have .slood by this bank through sunshine a <d storm. They have made this bank 'what it is today. We desire to grow by adding new patrons t> our list, but never at the sacrifice of olderY>ait rons. They are our best friends- ASK THEM AND SEE FOR YOURSELF The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund BanK QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY These three principle have been the foundation of our business. Thev hive helped um to build our bosint *s on the right kind of a foundation, and combined with the price we offer, they have hel)>ed promote our patronage as well ah increase it. Do not worry aln>ut the price on...

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

ANNUAL EXHIBIT Exhibit of Joseph Woudrash County clerk for the year the 16th, day of February A. 1>. 1012, and ending the cf February A. D. 1918: Jury Fund (*^>n hand... .. .$0,274 07 ut received donufc. 5.-Ü5.71 mount paid out during year amount to balance Total $11,501).78 Road and Bridge Fund 2nd Class. To batanee on hand $10,706.00 I To amount received during year 10,$81.25 By amount paid out during year.... By amount to balance Total $22,027.81 General Fund 3rd Class To balance on hand , $15,635.70 (To amount received during year.... 8.H09.94 By amount paid out By amount to balanoe Total 128,945.04 w "$5,#i.u 0,328.64 $11.509.78 $30,446 5: 1,580.70 $22,027. ¡¡1 $¡18.758.87 10,102.27 $23,945.64 'Special Road Fund 4th Class. To balance on hand f 0.046.7,* To amount received during year 14,251 ,S7 By amount paid out during year.... By amount to balance Total f2U.2U8.OW 810,523.00 10,375.54 $20,298 GO b I Permanent School Fund jJH P * B1 ■y,: i$fe: To balance on hand $226.39 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 May 1913

g *• \t ¥ irriapondtnti mám Brymer Brief a. Hoy Hillen «ni wife of near Center Point. We are having: some weather fine Rockdale visited the family of.°u^ 'hie way now. 0. W. Poole. { Mi*. **. G. Porter vent to Guy St ,ke and wire of near Temple thh week tc visit her Caldwell spsnt Sunday with the mother wh3 h sick. family of W. I. Allbriffht. 0 H* Houston and family J. W. Moore and wife epeni visited 13. A. Por er Sunday. 8unday With the family of id Jlmmie Mute- visited fr.enda M. Old tiara. ' .here Sunday. Tj. V. Maaaey and wife vitóted | Auatiu Houston visited in our at Elevation Saturday «ad Sun- action Sunday, day J Mies (ieorgio Gray visited Hildrev Maasey and wife were fr'tei'ds hero last we?k. visitors in the llookervillu ecrn-j PudniK and John Sefcik muni!v "isturday and Sunday. (have receive 1 their new autoino- Tho farmers are all very busy i now wth their furrn work | L«ev> Hudson hsa mturned to J. W. Moore wax a business1 Somt rville after a vUit to friends visitor t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 May 1913

of Rubber Goods. These are •t the postoP*~ at CaMwell, Tex«s mail matter. Advertising Ratea 20c per inch m. m << «• 4 C «I 1 ER MONTH The following number nf Inohs muat be used weekly to obtain tbee monthly rate. 1 to «¿Inch* «0c per inch totoao « «Jo •• " SO to 80 •• 480 SO to 100 " «te All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 cents per line each Insertion Subscription l'er Year $1.50 Thre- months r> >e, Si< months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Do Not Envy. Don't envy the other fellow, but emulate hita, if you believe him worthy. No two people have the same qualities of heart aud mind, and, therefore, no two pers >ms ^can do exactly the samo things in the same way. It is a fallacy lo be- lieve that anyone can accomplish anythii g anybody else can, f -r, there are limitations and there is fitness and there is inclination pro- duced by certain hereditary trails to contend with. All of us who want to do the best we can should, study our o.m mental equipm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 May 1913

V) / Vcrtteo (Miad itainn), foul plexlon «r a constant ttrcd. dlHO«M|id (Mllil ■ERBINE Th« Or«at Livtr Tonic and Regulator Thai Haa Dona So Much for tha Working Paopla. r «I* *n*rv*l<íí!lJB r£medy It itlmulatlnit effect on a Torpid Llrer la Ilttlo leu thftn mirftflUlOOS. D.■*> !n t*nt y The flrat doae brings Improvement, a few day * uie cures the most obstinate caso. ¿«i? ' ,weaAlt> disheartened victima of a Torpid Llvi-r are restored almost In a day. Herblne is a üiü PfiB? t®1"0 '°.r the Stomach, Liver nnd Uowels. It puts the system In perfect * ■ —- EÜL J strengthens digestion, clours the bowels of constipated conditions and Dowel movnments. order, revives the Tor- re-establishes regular . movements. _v ,Kv"ry home should have a bottle of this great regulating medicine. It stands for health for tho Whole family All who ure conali putei). bllloua or dyspeptlo noud Its cleunslng and renovating Jaflu- It fortines the body against Pneumonía. Malaria (Chilla). ~ Yttllow Fever ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 May 1913

\ if mad* Tenuis Wedneday. He«!*p spent the week >wnurood visiting. Bube Basley of Brownwood ^Uited friends in the Brazos bot toui this week. J. W. o remu8 of Bryan was here oo lepal business Weciies About 1:80 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the old building back of Lula Graves' restaurant, used as a hay barn by Otto Wendorf, was destroye I by fire in a very few miutes. When the fire was first noticed, the building wns all in a blaze and was past re- demption by the fire company. The hose got there in time to save the foundations and put out 1 W. W. Rankin went to Cam n legnl business Wednes- day. j F. Melver made h trip tc Somervilie Wednesday on lega1 business Dr. T. C. Johnston. Presby terial Evangelist will cotne uf from Houet >n and preach in th# -Presbyterian chureh Sunday tiiorninir ami evening. Old Aunt Savannah, nn ex slavt •well known to every body ii Caldwell, died at an advancec old age in Temple last week. c. W- O urchill and family o Houston hnve moved here an will m...

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

1 •'? y '#■ ^ mm ' T \ ■ V ~ t— fi - m w / "Yet, our new wagon's a Stadebaker —the only kind we KNOW" The Studebaker idea has been in our family for •ixty years. Wo have never thought of buying any other kind of a wagon." It s true, we're continually being offered other wagons costing a little les3, with lots of promises as to what they will do. But we know in our family what a Studebaker will do. A few dollars difference in pricc aoesnt mean much. It's the service a wagon gives that we consider most." "Long service for a fair price means more every time than short service for a few dollars less." rP1*' * why ttick to Studebaker—and "Slick to Stude- baker it i pretty good motto lor a man who uses wagons." "Studebaker wagons are built of good stuff. They're made right by people who've had years and years of experience in making them right—people who are trusted the world over." "Studebaker wagons last, because they're made to last." "Look out for the dealer who tells you his wagon is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 May 1913

>V v - OF INTEREST ire Gathered Mid Thert T. P. Gilley left Sunday on iw days business trip to Dalla*. Mrs. Horace Porter went to Temple Monday to visit relatives and fgppds. ■' 'i Mrs* Henry Hefley returned to Cameron Friday after visiting relatives here. Miss Maude Mahoney attend- ed the battle of Flowers in San .Antonio last week. Fred Deutsch came up from Botperville and spent Saturday •nd Sunday with home folks. C. F. Kaltwasser went to Bockdale Sunday to spend a few days on business and visiting. How About You Buying a Moou Bros., Runabout. Nothing Better on the Market Howabout you buying a BANNER RUN- ABOUT. Nothing better for the money. We have them and would like to sell yuu. Come in and let us show you the up-to-date Jobs we carry, we believe we can suit you. M. Johnston and family%left Saturday afternoon for Cameron where they visited relatives. Mi's. Anna Kraitchar and Miss Ella Kraitchar left Sunday for Marlin to spend some time re- creating. We Have Sold About a CAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

'JÉ % > ' ■ . .b ■ !.■«', : í' • *'"= • 1 ' ■ hV o"SKK35S,"'!,to'—<' i'SSo 0SG."v0¡iS V- ANO NEWS-CHRONICLE XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Tesas, Prklay May 9,1913 The Important Question To fche wise man the question is not WHETHFR- EIR he wili have a bank account, but WHERE he will have it. Right here is where we step in. Let us settle the question of WHERE for you- The place for you. The place for your account is in our bank. It is safely managed, has abundant resources to m*et all its obligations and will guarantee you not only safety but also courteous treatment and modern banking facilities. The First State BanK CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY The¿e three principle* have been the foundation of our business. Thcv have he 1 ji«d us 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 weil a# increase it. T>o not worry about th«- price on any drug store art...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

«Liners r 1-8 Cents per line first AU raedera until ordered out. int is insured in the Printers Mutual Fire Insurance Association of Texas, h e a d- fusrters. Cuero, Texas. ^UNI For stile—House and lot apply Mm. Lula J. llensiee. e . "Swifts meat sc raps" makes frour hens lay. Kelly and Sales liare it. Car fine oats just received by Kelly «.V bale. Phone No. 193. If you want pure milk or oream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp , phone 129, "Swifts meat your hens lay. have it. scraps'' makes Kelly & Sales House lor rent.—Apply to J. C. Kleb. Pure com chops at Kelly Sale. Phone No. 193. "Swifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly & Sales have It. ¡11= I am still in the market for fat cottle and hogs, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf. Dsdsan's Ufar Tons Acts Mildly but Surely. Livens Up the Ltvsr and Yeu"9tay On Your Foot. It is the experience of oaloo&el users that if they take enot^h of the drug to have the desired efi feet, it seriously interfe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

4 f i* - 4 •X ir HAPPENINGS tout by ñ Brymer Briefs. W« aro having Mouflu grow- ing weathe out tkia wuy now, and, the crop proapacta are mueh better. Mrs. E. W. Thornton nnd Mb* Myrtle Uryner spent a day shop- ping in Caldwell last week. Mre. .W E. Turner and child- ren visited near Gun last week. Pierce All bright visited near Lexington lent Saturday night and SuwUy. . Dewberries are ripening now. brother Observer, and if you will happen arouud here about 12 o'clock, sharp, you can put • keen edge on your tooth, for I know by indications that you are one of **us pie lovers." J. W. Casey was a visitor near Caldwell one day this week. Little Miss Draper Newman returned houie Wednesday from visiting near Rockdale. Quite a crowd of the young ¡people of this community attend ed the party at Robert HoustonV Saturday night. Sampler Duuaway made a business trip to the county capitol Saturday. Austin (k>x of Honkerville was a visitor here 8aturday after- <noon. John Jancik, Lee Broadd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

Advertí PER MONTO Mlowtnf nnnlNr of tinta ■ MHl weekly to o bula thee moafcMjr NU. &T^™z=rr^z£^' UloK « 4Be " ««•«00 " <°e M AH advertising run until ordered oat. Local readers 7 i-l cenia per line each Uotil vacantly c!iant fta the towns and nailer cities has thought thai money spent In advertising was an Investment of doubtful profit. Everybody In the community, the territory from which his trade must come, already knew he was In business, knew what sort of goods he sold and on what temps. If he did any adver- tising at all it was a kind of general " announcement in the spring, and If w '-V ?* iw H SÜ/ :S4A ¡m Subscription Per Tear ti.50 Three months 50c, 8U months 7Sc« (Invariably in Advance.) Retail Merchante. Few persons fully appreciate just the relation retail merchants bear to the local paper and job depart- ment It can be said without fear of successful contradiction that ninety per cent of the advertising In the paper and a large majority of the job work done by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

-h A ft *, ffim: í"">* ' wKmMy flraiÉ i SUNDAY BY THE SEA First Week-End Excursion TO May 17, 1913 Exceedingly Low Pare From Caldwell From Lyons From Chriesman $3-15 $2.85 $3-<5 Excursion tickets will be on sale for trains ar- riving at Galveston on evening oft; Saturday, May 17, and morning of Sunday, May 18. Tickets will be limited for final return to Mon- day, May 19, 1813. At Galveston, the surf bathing is unsurpassed, the fishing is fine, and cool breezes are always blowing. f:or further details about th«s Santa Fe Agent excursion ask * MOM:Y SAVED. • 1 y.ive time find r>i'>n th< Ionii distant e Tiuruuutt huMne-.H without watt in .: for i ft turn ui' the bell uní ■v br «stnír telephone" KlltiMjU'tilV ' . Just we do i iie , > to buy a (nonunioni that's Cojtrv tod with till pMnt* In " <•(. .nt «¡i.; owr til ? st.u". r f uad white wo JI ourci and I Will Call jf«;t your man. Prompt wrvict time saved money made 1 TRANS-TEXAS TELEPHONE CO. ♦ tMllltMOMIO MIIIIIIM ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

mm. ¿b .... ^--í -r; - t; >■ vh* 4'-■■■ ** u*.. ,'iWfi & *-#• « i. uflnt. 'lUI the back Miss Lillian lllack of vieiied Prjf. and Mn< ttmlth this viek. Cfcauncy B. Sheppard of Bvsa ham ««• up «baking haoda with old Irlanda Tussday, Mw. J. W. Tor bet returned to Maiin Wednesday after visiting relatives here for a few days. 4lidsoa, B.Tftmpsoa and family motored to Brsnhum yesterday morniog to attend the Maifast. Rev. W. O. Dallas will not proa oh at* the Presbyterian church next Sunday aa an nounced on another page of thi* paper, but will preach there on the second Sunday in June. Onlsst Thursday and Friday evenings in the opera house, there wan given an entertain ment in the way of a merchant parade under tbe auspices of the ladies of thePresbyteriun church The first nigh' of the affair Wa.- exceedingly fine and made a world of merriment as well n* advertise tbe various businetu houses of tbe town. The second night was merely a repetition o the ssme thing. The entertain- me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

;r>, " Ye§ Sir/ Studebaker wagons are made to back up a reputation "I know, because wagons of every make come into my shop for repairs, and 1 have a chance to see now few are Studebakers." Thai's the opinion of thousands of blacksmiths who know the quality of Studebaker wagons. The owners never regretted that they bought Studebaken. Tested materials, accurate workmanship insure a wagon unequaled for durability, and this careful selec- tion of wood, iron, steel, paint and varnish has been a fixed rule with the Studebaker Company for sixty years. That is why a Studebaker wagon runs easiest and lasts longest It is built on honor. 4 Whether you live in town or country, there is a Studebaker vehicle to fill your requirements for business or pleasure — and harness of every description made as carefully as are Studebaker vehicles. See Mit Dealer 01 write uu STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. NEW YORK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVM MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAXS CITY SAN FRANCISCO fOBTLAND, OKI. LET K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 May 1913

W Vv IS, returned Saturday trip to Houston. King of San Marcos vis this week. v.*? scraps" makes ly, Kelly A Salea Thomas Summers of is visiting her sister sis- r, Mrs. H. C. Clark. M. B. Parker of the Bracos was a business visitor Monday. Mrs. Silla Webb returned the first of the week from visiting relatives in Rosenberg. Rev. John Archie Mclver of Lee county was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Alton Aiken of Chrien- man, visited relatives here Sat- urday and Sunday. &■ Mrs. Oscar Massey of the Porter's Prairie section visited friends here last week. L Mrs. A. B. Austin of Utica, Mississippi, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. S. Williams. ÍM —— Rev. J. C. Carr left Monday morning for Tom Ball where he will conduct a revival meeting for ten days. Miss Annie Stockton left Sun- day for Giddings where she will spend two or three weeks with relatives. 4, Rev. W. O. Dallas of Brenham, will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday, morning and evening. l- ■ Miss Mamie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

I' ¡m Burleson Covnty Le N*w« Calabllahad IR84 ConaottCatad Chronlda IBOO Mav ISO 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE I «dear ■•labilahad IMV Conaolldalad Pato, iwtl Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday May 16, 1913 Number The Important Question To the wise man the question is not WHETHFR- ER he will have a bank account, but WHERE he will have it. Right here is where we step in. Let us settle the question of WHERE for you The place for you. The place for your account is in our bank. It is safely managed, has abundant resources to ra^et all its obligations and will guarantee you not only safety but also courteous treatment and modern banking facilities. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund BanK L. S. f. H. S. Banquet QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY These three principles have been the foundation of our business. Thev have helped us to build our business on the right kind of a foundation, and combined with the prices we offer, they have helped promote our patronage as well...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

Liner* per Unt first All raedera •ut. it Is Insured In the Mutual Pire Insurance of Texae, heed Cuere, Texss. "Swifts meat scraps" makes our hens lay. Kelly and Sales ive it. u Car fine oats just received by Kel'y & Kale. Phone No. 193 If you want pure milk or oream delivered right at your door ev ery day, see Reid Philp , phom 129. "Swifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly & Sales have it. House lor rent.—Apply to J C. Kleb. Pure corn chopa at Kelly & 8ftle. Phone No. J9ÍJ. "Swifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly Sales have it. 1 am still in the market for fat cattle and hogs, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf. Ring Kelly & Sale for Poultry Food. Phone No. 193. ■■■■■■■BBBMBMBBBBNaaBBaH wtrk Be|ias m New Passeafer Depot. The contractors the first of the weaK began work on the foundationa of the new passeng er depot for the Santa Fe road here. The structure ia on the sume side of the tract aa the present one and about two hundred feet further up the traok...

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