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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

) at i'M'- h ñ'*i $>■ * < M lk«- 11 $- •« £<•*■ * ti- • ft ± HAPPENINGS OVER CO Reported to us by our Uv« SUlf of Correspondents Each Week Brymer Briefs. . Cotton chopping is now tbe order oí the duy in thia part of county. The oat crop is ulno fine around here and will yield from 40 to 60 butfheln p«r acre. Several from here attended the ball game at Lexington Sat- urday. i T. W. Parkhill and of the Center Point eomrilnnlVy were visitors here Sunday., . # Walker Dunaway and family of near the county capítol were guests of relatives here the past weak. Emile Faust and family spent Saturday aad Sunday with rola ti ves near Cookes Point. Mrs. W. I. Albright visited near Caldwell Friday. The Porter's I'mirie I>h1 I team j crossed l nts with the Lexington j team at that place Saturday. I Lagrippe. the score being 2. to 1 against Robert Houston and family Lexington. Center Point Farmers are all busy chopping cotton, some having tinished. Miss Julia Siuiek and brother, John, v...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

?. ■ ffi ■ '• J: v ; « r.w. at the «(W«vd,TMM. Advertising R«tM wrtlon 20o per Inch PER MONTH The following number of inch mutt be ■Mi weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. ImKlucha -«Oc per Inch ID to 80 41 - " M St to 80 •• 45o «• •' mu loo u - ... - 40c « " All advertising run until ordered oat. Local readers 7 i-2 cents per line each ^insertion 'Subscription Per Year Si 59 Three months 60c, Si* months ~5c- (Invariably in Advance.) Community Cooperation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch Holland's Magazine Some time ago I was talking with a traveling salesman whose borne is in a town of some 4,000 popula- tion, and whose wife had just made a shopping trip to a large city a little more than a hundred miles away. Besides a number of minor pur- chases, made, as she put it, "just while she was there," she had ex- hibited to him on her return a handsome suit, the primary object of her visit to the city, and which she proudly asserted cost her only $35. Taking pencil and paper he call- ed for he...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

:P! t 8*ve time and money by wing the tong d Uta dm telephone• Transact business satkfactily without waiting for reply. J net a turn of the bell and wa do the voat. Connected with all poluta in the county and ovar the state. Use the telephone and work whila wa St your man. Prompt service— e saved money made—tliat'l ***'TRANS-TEXAS TELEPHONECO. imntimiininnm I. Cardanes CHILE and SHORT ORDiiSt. HOUSE. MEAR DEPOT. MMMMf Here's a SURE Way to Get Good Paint: IP IT SAYS Masury's On the Can It's the BEST PAINT HADE Sold by Caldwell Drug Co., Agents Caldwell, Texas. Notice To The Public. I have purchased tin* Buss Un * from inv father, and will certainly appreciate your patron uge. 1 «No will take care of your big¿rtge. (ii vme a t rial will guarantee to call for you day o; night. Phone -(J and I will do the redt. Boone Harris Monument s 1 h tve the agency of th-> Rr.-u- hum Marble Works and have a nice line of sample hooks fot you I■> m>' ct from. It you want to buy a monument dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

AID HUM-TIE MUST RELIEVES PUI MB REUS IT THE SAME TIME EFFEBTMl 6EIEBAL TUNC Chui'i TartcWii chill Tonic Combin— both JnTutekufarm. The Quinine drive* out MaUrú and (he Iran builds up the System. Par Adulta «ai Children. Toa know what you are taking when you lake GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, recognized for 30 years through- out die South as the standard Malaria, Chill and Fever Remedy and General Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as the strongest oitter tonic, hut you <lo not taate the bitter because the ingredients do notodissolve in the mouth hut do di«- aotereadily in the acids of the stomach Gnitenteed it. 90c The Wonderful* Old Reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing OiL An Antiseptic Surgical Droning discovered by an Old R R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood Poisoning. i by your Druggist. We meen Thousands of families know it airead; PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores, say, and i trial will convince you tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

"Nearly all those Wagon and Buggiea are Studebaker 9 9 Every year over one hundred thousand Studebaker vehicles arc sold. This tells you what the farmers of the country think of the Studebaker wagons. This appreciation has been constantly grow- ing for sixty years. Thia appreciation has been earned by the Hrter- mination of Studebaker to produce an honestly built wagon that will do a full day's work and keep on doing it, and not to build a cheap one. The man who buya the Studebaker gets all the improvements gained by the experience of two gener- ations of wagon builders. Farm Wagoa* Dump Wagon* Buainaai Win Track* Dali ary Wa«o«M Surrey* Pour Cart* HarnaM Sold unW<r thm Studmbuhwr rumrant—. Set out Dealer 01 wile ui. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. NEW YORK CHICAGO DAU.AR KANSAS CITY DENVER Ml.NNKAHuUS SALT LAKE CITY bAN FKANCISCO PORTLAND. ORii. LET Kelly Sale Fatten your Horses, Mules and Cows We have Chicken Feed, Rice Bran, Rice Polish, Cotton Seed Heal, Oats, Corn, Chops, Shorts...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 May 1913

Rankin was in Cameron business Monday. Ii. Parker oi Bryan \\¡Lh on here this week, Mrs. D. Cook of Wseo is th guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Hudson. i " Miss Claudio Rankin of Bren ham is the*guest ot W. VV. Ran kin and family. M rs. C. H. Chernosky o f Rosenberg is on an extended "visit to relativos here. W. W. Searcy of the Brenhani bar attended court here this ■week. T. «1. Carter of the Somerville bar attended court here this week. Rev. M. C. Bishop left Monday for St. Louis to attend the South- ern Baptist General convention. Be will be gone ten days, k K. Lamity Bonner, editor of the Harpoon, will sail for Pana- ma, via New Orleans, May 17th. While in Panama, Mr. Bonrier will write up the "Big Ditch," the people, and the social condi- tions as they appear to him. It will be rich. Tresspass Notice—This is to notify the public that no one will be allowed to fish in Gee Bayou this year or to tres- pass on the ground near it and anyone so doing will be prose< cuted. Amos Jone...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

íSSo csR5?!i?sy- sdyi AND NEWS-CHRONICLE .0 if ® 1 Conaolldaiacl Pato. lO'l Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County. Texii, Friday May 33, 1913 S Number f 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. Ki}?ht here is where we step in. Let us settle the question of WHERE for you. The place for you. The place fur your account is in our bank. It is safely managed, lias 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 Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank City Boys Win From Farmers There was a good game of ball played on the diamond here Fri- day afternoon • between the Porter's Prairie team and the Caldwell team, the score stand- ing 6 to 4 in favor of the home team. 12845678 T p. P. 0 0 0 0 1 1002 r Caldwell 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 * 6 QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY These three principles have been the fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

m- Liners 1-2 Cents per line first All readers run until ordered out. Tkis plant Is insured In the Printere Mutual Fire Insurenes Assecistien ef Texss, h s s d- Cuero, Texas. "Swifts meat sernas" makes your hens lay. Kelly aud Sales have itf * * ~ Oar fine osts just received by Kel'y & 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. scraps" makes Kelly & Sales have it. House for rent.—Apply C. Kleb. to J. Pure corn chops at Kelly Sole. Phone No. 198. & i ¿'ftwifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly & Sales have it. I am still in the market for fat cattle and hogs, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf. Ring Kelly k 8ale for Poultry Food. Phone No, 198. — "i,. Pure corn Sale. chops at Kelly Phone No. 193. Uifair I TheDratfttt. The Old Joke About "Something Just ss Good,*' Doesn't Apply to This Drug Store. You beve probably heard doz- ens of times the old story that a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

Á > 4 HAPPENINGS OVER COUNTY R¿rt«dtouibjpwirUv« Staff of Correspondents Each Week Cooke* Feint. Since the last rain, the orops are booming Quite a number of our neigh- bors went to Providence church lust Sunday to attend the un- veiling of two Woodman monu- ments. Ye nor i be was treated to some nice petiohea last Sunday by J. W. Sherrtll of hie own raising, they wore real good. Say broth- er editor, don't your mouth water I You are right brother Sscoharine, I sure am fond of good eating, I have a good pro- vider and cook;* she gives me three pquare meais every day, and I keep fat all the time. The McLeod road crew has built a substantial bridge across rocky branch near R. E. Drapers; it has been badly need- ed for a long time. They have done a good job in repairing the road alHO. We are now ready lor the rural route, carrier, which we expect to make the first trip on the 2nd of .Tune. With two new railroads and a rural mail route, that puts us in tne front rank. We have one of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

KS® "5* * * 'W|". -2',. IMp BsSfei ■ , 11 «n Canty W. W. RANKIN. Co. al th« postoPle* «t CaMwell. Teua. Advertising R«tM Ito per lack PER MONTH The following number of locha meat be Wed weekly u> obtain tbee monthly rale* 1 to 9% inch* - «te per Inch 10 to SO " - 60o •' M so to 60 " 46e " ** «Oto 100 " ~ — 40c " " AU advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers " cento per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year #1.50 Three months 50c, Si* months 75c* (Invariably in Advance.) Community Cooperation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch Holland's Magazine Those people in your community who either send out of town for pur chases, or go away for tbem, do so for one of two reasons: They either cannot get the specific articles wanted in local stores, or prices are lower elsewhere. "Trademarked-Ad-ve r t i 8 e d" brands of merchandise will solve both of those questions for the amall-town merchants to recognize the advantages of quality and ser- vice. Postal and express service, rail- ways an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

i U > i *||> • The young man that Km juat graduated w31 ap- preciate most the practica), splendid, lasting gift of an EXCELLENT WATCH for this is the one gift that combines beauty, lasting service and practical use. $16 will buy a 15 jewel watch with a 20 year case; $20 a 17jewel watch with a similar case; $25 a 15 jewel watch with a solid gold case. These watches are in South Bend, Rockford, Waltham and Elgin movements. Other excellent watches from $5 up. Stone & Hitchcock Druggists and Jewelers Notice of Final Account. THE STATE OF TEX AS. I County of Burleson f To the Sheriff or any Con- stable of Burleeon Couuty greet ing: C 8. Perry, guardian of the estate of Kffio Tanner, a minor having filed in uur county court his final account of the con- dition of the estate of said Effie Tanner, together with an ap- plication to be dinchar^ed from said guardianship. You are hereby commanded, that by publication of this writ for twenty days in the Burleson County Ledger a newspap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

' vfí&i m. píy. wm i É I- fe(( i m Am ti Tht re HERITAGE OF THE PUT WNhWM* E. P. Mueller spent tbe week to Dallas on biiilninm. U- - * lira. £. A. Moore ia visiting relatives^ u Cleburne. 4.. 1 Mm. J. 8. Huook, of Teajrue, ▼leited friends here this week. i- —— Ajpert Stone of Br jnbatu at taatMpeourt bere this week. v Mies Anna Holik visited friends and relatives in Cameron thia week. Jim Thomas went to Bryan Tuesday to 'uiake a short visit to relatives. > Collie Wyatt and wife roture, ed the first of the wiek from' visiting in Houston. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Landruni Monday night, a fine boy. Mrs. Fitzgerald who was on the siok list for sever il days is now convalescent. Mart J. Burke bus bought out the tailor shop and pressiug par- lor of Charlie Reeves. Mrs. J. W. Brown of jjeeville is here visiting the family of hei father, W. H. Jenkins. Walter Werner and family oi Bellville came up tin tirstof thi week on a visit to relatives. Misa^lattie Pbelp returned to Cameron o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

• •• * t • ; ■'■w * % '■***. - • • ": Qui Vive Club. HARD WORK ON THE ARE YOU T TeH ef «trata I vetoed In Rutobtng Cafa fur the Right Way* u When I invert in a wagon I buy a Studebaker, then it's a safe investment" Of course it iaf Studebaker wagons are built on Honor, with sixty years of wagon- building experience—-and with every wagon goes a Studebaker ¡ruarantee. ou eome You can't afford to have a dealer aell yo other wagon represented to be "just as good." If you want a wagon that will last, run easily and •tand up to its work, there is only one wagon to buy —and that's a StuJeba^cr. Don't trade ten extra years of service for a few dollars difference in price. Studebaker wagons are made to fit every require- ment of business or pleasure, in city, town or country. iWmom |u >«HW« jiSilM Dump Cart* Each the be of its kind. I™* - KmT 5m our Dudot w write tu. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. NIW YOU MINK EA.ro U3 CHICAGO DAIX.A3 KANSAS CITY DENVER SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND,...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 May 1913

í. . in Austin ] ■¿n legal business — two story nine room raai- of C. B. Oliver is neariog | latíon. John McCow en returned Sun-1 day from visiting relatives at Lyons. Iáttle Katherine Sale is si>end ing sou*? time with her sister, Mrs. Richardson, in Rich- mond. mtmm Www wwwwwwwwwlDw How About You Buying a Moon Bros., Runabout. Nothing Better 011 the Market Howabout you buying a BANNER RUN- ABOUT. Nothing better lor 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. Carpenters are at work erect- ing a nice residence for Vaaor Nix ou a comer lot just across the gulley frotu L. H. Kiipatrick Mrs. Leah Richardson has Teturned to her home at Rich- mond after visiting relatives here. A. Gray and Walter Montague last week bought the Fannie Coleman house and lots at Chriesman. Miss Eula Sale returned home the tirst of the week from San Marcos where she attended school the past year. Baccalaureate Ser...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

flip1 Burleson Covnty '2«4 Con olW«l d Chronic!* f IBOO May IM Volumne XXIX AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday May 30, 1913 The Demand of The Day is That a Man Shall be judged by his efficiency, by what he accomplishes, and not by what lie claims he can do. Not always but usually hi* ability to accomplish 1* judged by the care he usen in conserving his income, his ac- cumilation. This bank void i all y welcomes accounts of earnest men. men who want to get ahead, men who realize they could ac- complish more if they amly had a start. .A > 4 The first State Banl^ CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Statistics oi Our Dairying Industry. The Federal Census Bureau has just announced reports by counties on dairy products. The annual milk production of Burleson county is 758,133 gal- lons and 178,759 pounds of but- ter is made annually. The re- jxjrts show 0,017 dairy cows in this county that have an aggre- gate value of $249,(">*0 and there are 2,056 yearling h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

£*• i « • liL rr% i >r Liners 1-2 Cants pt Une lint All readers until ordered out. This plant Is insured in the Printers Mutual Fire Insurance Association of Texss, head- i, Cuero, Texas. "Swifts meat scraps" makes r Ifens lay, Ivolfy and bules |your Ife * have it. Car fine oats just received by KePy & bale. Phone No. 193. If you want pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp , phone 120. "Swifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly A: Sides have it. Puro corn chopa at Kelly & Sale. Phone No. B 3. "Swifts meat scraps" makes your hens lay. Kelly & Sales have it. J[ nn\ still in the market for fat ttle and hogs, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf. Ring KoMy & Sale for Poultry Food. Phone No. 193. Pure corn chops at Kelly & Sale. Phone No. 103. Ask Yosr Drotfist Abort it. Thers is s Nsw . Remedy that Takes the Plsce of Calomel. Recommended and Guar- anteed by the Druf- gists. Stone & Hitchcock's drug store never sold a remed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

Hp [ - * • i V , t: RoporUd to it* by our •i Coire§pond«iit« Etch \ '1 ' ii r ■ Cookes Point. Ou last Sunday a mixed mol titude from town and country met at the Br&zoa river to see the false bridge and the crew work on it, it won't be long be- fore they will be ready to put up the real bridge. Gabe Jone* hiked away to iiarvey in Braza* couuty, where he and Miss Ora Yardlay were Slurried last Friday, returning Saturday. Horn, unto Joe lleixl and wife, a fine girl Inst Friday. Farmer* in this section are harvesting their uut crup thia week, they are fine. Torn lsying by is tbe order of the day and prospects me fiue for a good crop. Lets have a big dinner at Caldwell, aud celebrate the ad- vent of trains ou the H. & T. C-. cut off, and when it crosses the bridge at Stone City have a bi^ picuic. 1 like to see sights; I also like good eat nig. táeor| « .Shackelford, of Hous ton is vitúüng old friends and relatives in thia neinhoorhuod. lie looks like he did six years ago, when he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

I W Advertising R«tM 20c per Inch PER MONTH The following number of inch* muet be used weekly to obtalo thee monthly rate. 1 te Pi loche - - «Oc per loch 10 to SO " 50c " M M to 50 M 4&o " " SO 4o 100 " ' - 40c " " All sdrertlslng ruu until ordered ont. Local readers " *•- cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Y ear ........ •_ Si 50 Three months 5 Si «• months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Japan's Contention. rf t* • A - If reliance is to be placed in dis- patches sent from T- kio t<> a Ger- man news ogency declaring that the Japan se law does not p rmit foreigners to own realty in the land of the Mikado, then the govern- ment of that country would be in- consistent if it were to persist iti its remonstr nc¿ against the proposed alien land law in California. The Caifornia measure is open, it is true, to the charge that it is intend- ed to operate partieulary against one race of people, and therefore, maybe classed as discriminative, but in answer to this it may be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

i *• w Le! us Print your CM RECEIPTS You will soon need them, so send in your order early and avoid the rush. Our work is firslclass in this line and our prices reasonable. Send your order. BURLESON COUNTY LEDGER Caldwell, Texas. *Val donA Catarrh Treatment To eradicate Catarrh a general a* well a* a Itxr/il treatment i* neccMary. A tonic that will restore to activity ami health the mucout cell is required. Local medirntion hould o! o be applied to keep the affccted porta in a «tatú of • UQtincptic cIcuftiineM. Wc belie*. V.il Don Catarrh r.- *«rtptk>n. Val Dona Ca tarrh 1 ahleta amt ValDooa CaUyili Uatm furnwh a irr«K itiMtt (or t'aurrh that In po ith'Hy unci-riled. lia wonderful curative (wwrri p'uven in hundred o I uimm TRY rr ON OUR GUARANTEE smew A stor* Caldwell Drug Compan/ Notice of Final Account. THKSTATE OF TEXAS, l County <<1 Uurleson To the Sheriff or any Con- I elabl 1 of Burleson County greet,. I ing C S. Perry, guardian of the «•state of Effie Tnnner, a minor...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

— m 77lcAa*f Lo* lor *m HAIR SUIT Sa&mfc*.* Look for this S& Label «I Collar '-III other* art initatiOM *rimtleu> "CraotntUe "Mohair are gmZtd to give entóe «brfacboo Ceel • Comfortable'. Dmqr. We show them in a variety of Hyle *. J. F. COBB Co. ITEMS OF INTEREST That are Gathered Here and There Mrs. Frank Matejtta is visit ing relatives in Bjnum, Mrs. J. W- Carter returned Monday from visiting relativee and friends in Houston. I F w. W. G. Hundley and family of Temple are visiting: the family of W. H. Hundley. Mrs. rienry Gregg went to Cameron Tuesday to visit her parents Ü J. M. Fagan spoilt sever 1 days in Dallas on business this, week. The fine new bungalow resi donee of Vasor Nix is nearing completion. Mrs. T. J. Kuox returned Monday frnm Navasota where she has been visiting relatives fh-'- w fifi® iflfei C. Q,- Oliver' fine new two story residence on Maiu itreet is nearing completion and is a nice looking structure. John Vinson is now driving ths transfer line for J...

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