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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 30 May 1913

BMHH - ••k Pm Luncheon WENT INTO CHARGE UNARMED €7 ////> ''The wagon that stands up like the reputation of its makers " When you buy a Siudebaker wagon you buy a wagon that will last until you turn the farm over to your son and he turns it over to his son. One of the first SluJcb-kcr wagons ever made saw constant service for thirty years, and we will gladly send you the names of farmers who have in their possession wagons that have been inconstant use any- where from 17 to 48 years—and there are thousands of them. We are building the same kind of wagons today. A Studebaker wagon is an investment that will give you full return for your outlay. It is built on honor. Iron, steel, wood, paint and varnish usedin its construc- tion are tested and retested to make sure each is the best. For work,business orpleasure—for town or country use—there isu.S"<u</e¿<i^crvohicle to fit your requirements. Farm wayona, dump c rt«, truck*, buggies, urrey«, run- abouts, pony carriage*, buain...

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 — 30 May 1913

OF INTEREST are Gathered end There J. L. Hill of Oak woods is visit- log relative here this week. £. B. Bell who has been on the sick list iw much improved and is up and about again. How About You Buying a Moon Bros., Runábout. Nothing Better on the Market Poster after a short now well and attending ta his duties again. ]£r. A. H. illness Is no John A. Hudson returned Friday from visiting at Inde- pendence. Miss Annie Stockton visited relatives in Austin the latter part of last week. Miss Cora McCowen returned last Friday from visiting rela- tives in Somerville. Howabouf you buying a BANNER RUN- ABOUT. Nothing better for the money. We have them and would like to sell you. Come in and let us show you the up-to-date Jobs we carry, we believe we can suit you. Mrs. Laura Hunt returned the last of last week from visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hulen Car- roll at Navasota. T. V. Murray of Dallas was shaking hands with friends and relatives here last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Laura Hunt return...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

gH¡ «BPfci esotf f . ' V"-< * Conso1ldm (l May ISO? AND NEWS-CHRONICLE XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday June 6, 1913 gSBy,yaasa-gsg.'Bg,y .Number fhe Demand of The Day Is That a Nan Shall ho judged h.v his efficiency, by what he accomplishes, and not by what he claims he can do. Not always but usually his ability to accomplish is jndgo;l by the care he uses in conserving his ineoine, bis ao cuinilation. This bank cordially welcomes accounts of earnest men. men who want to got ahead, men who realize they could ac- complish more if they only hud a start. The pirst State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank QUALITY—SERVICE EFFICIENCY TU«*e three principle* have benr. the foundation <<( our businets. Thev have helped u* to hnild our buslnew* on the right kind of a foundation, and vith the prices we xffer, t'i«y huvr helped promote mr. patronage as túrrense it. IV not won «•«jut thr price on any drti*. store article, jprk* we quote J u if lair and iVwt. ¡I i.s a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

Liners tr line fir t All until ordered readers out. The Bond Amendment. rU t Is Insured In the Nutusl Fire Insurance of Texss, head- Cuero, Texas. W addition to til in, the legislature will be be called upon to appro- priate £2)000,0J)0 to pay thedebt«! Permit me to direct attention ¡0j tj!e penitentiary nystem for the ¡ to the several siibj ctn contained j ,.oa9on tl*«it under >hf term* of in the proposed conatitutionul amendment known as senate joint resolution No. 18. ■L-1'- i ■ ■ - ! - 4rJUM-- -VEIt-LAX, the liver regit . jit«ur. Ask The Caldwell Drug Company. If you want pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp, phone 129. I am still in the market for fat cattle and hog8, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf. Oh, Calomel, *r 't out of the way and let LIV-VKK-LAX do the -work. Purely vegetable. «Ask the Caldwell Drug Co. For tí a 1 e—My residence in Caldwell, Texan. Adply to E. A. Potts Why be constipated, when you can buy LIV-VER LAX at the Cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

< i i OVER COUNTY toMferMrliM Staff of Corre pon <Unt« Each Wnk Chri Dots Gus, Wiuklur, of this place vu seriously hurt ls*t Friday evening by being thrown out of hie buggy, breaking a rib and hurting his shoulder, and other wise bruising him up. Tne ac- cident happened late Friday evening as Mr. Winkler wan re- turning home, aud the shaft of the buggy breaking and falling down, frightening the (earn, causing thorn to run away. He ia resting as well as could be expected, but it will require some time before he can be out again. Messrs. Bryrner A: Bradberr.v, have opened up their store with a nioe stock of merchandise. llev. L. C. Sharp tilled hie regular appointment hen* Sun- day. mormng and nighf, and al- so announced that the Austin Presbytery, of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, will meet nt (his place Friday night be fore the lir-*t Sunday in July. A protracted meeting will begin following the meeting of the Presbytery, and will continue a week or more Mrs, .lane Black ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

it) PiiMifliiBg Co. W. W. RAMUN, at til* poatoCfto «ft Caldwell, Texas. M Kcoad-cliM null matter. Advertising R«tM One Insertion - 20c per Inch PER MU.VTH Tbe following number of lnohs must be need weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. I to 9% Inch* < c per Inch 10to 44 - 80c " " 30 to 50 " 45c " " SO to 100 44 - 40c 44 44 All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ' 1- cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year $1.50 Three m rnths -YX', Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Good Roads Constitutional Amendment. Austin, Texas , June—Every county iu the State of Texas where good roads are needed, and it is probable that every c ninsy in Tex- as could improve its road system, is vitally interested iu special elect- ion to be held throughout the State on Saturday July 19. At that time an amendment to the constitution will be submitted which seeks t > permit a majority, vote instead of a two-third voté on good roads bond issues as at pres- ent. By the majority pl...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

Sugar Cored Hams and Bacon Are delicions when properly prepared. Our ham and bacon it cured just right with sugar, «pices and good old hickory smoke. The Best Honey Can Buy When you buy of us you know you can get no better. They don't make them better* Thornton Grocery Co. A DO YOU READ? If so, why not sub- scribe at once for your home Paper, Burleson County Ledger It will keep you posted on the local happening's of the State and county for twelve months for the small sum of -$1-00- Subscribe Now. «gzCTL'ianaw>gBTnMH .i/mbijh wum P Mis.sfs Annie SUaWWm. Lucilo j Thr hall team came over from Il;u ve,v i 'I ('mi mili' SuikNts Br.van Friday an I played aKume I :' M mi l, o Denton where! with our hall team lu re, the tb.y v '11 t I*' 4' e í'ivvse in th<^ <<ooro standing 11 to Ü In fav r Summer Normal S. liool. iuf our boys. Professor's Artistic Tempera- ment Chastened Through the Wiles of Cupid. "Mrs. Martin!" Pmfeaaor May- wood's voice was plaintive, hi* man- ner a trifle i...

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

m w t W- VI'W. iMf: t ■ íJÍ £ P',rl# N dr* f> fjpY* , ifim J «mié womsc* wm ▼¿titer lu Houston IbU wsek. JdiM Minnie Dusek returned Sunday from vUiting relative In Cameron. BJrs. A. M. Duckworth and lliaa Liilie Smith were Chries- man visitors Tuesday. Mia. R. W. King left Tues- day to visit her daughter, lira. J. W. Torbitt in Mariin. «Adolph Kuchera of Needleville visited relatives in this eouniy this week. B. K. Matthews of Mtdisou- ville is tl)9 guest of hid sinter. Mrs. W. F. Sullivan. Mrs. R. 8. Bowers snd child- ren are visiting relatives in Giddings. Miss Beckie Price left Wed- nesday for Dallas to vieit friends and relative . *ii¿8 Nora Ivleb returned home Sunday after a three weeks visit to Lexington and Giddings. Mrs. O. E. Karnes who has been visiting the family of P. J Wotipka left Tuesday for her home in Plum. Miss Alma Porter left Satur- day for Kichmonl to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. P. Crumpler. The working rules and by- laws of the Carpenter's Union h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

1 , ■ v , >• " ) -A • I!!, ' Ü" •• * \ {\ , is *t > —i* —u ^—mi^SÍÉ ' .: V ;■'■ $ , •71 71 "That'* the sixth Studebaker we've passed—the only hind to invest in99 "The only kind—because, as I always say, when a man puts money in a thing he wants to know that he's going to get the worth of it out again." "That's plain business as I look at it." "That's why 1 bay the price doesn't tell you any- thing at all. 1 here's only ore thing that talks—except the wagon itself. That's the name of the maker." "When you buy a Studebaker you're buying a vehicle that has behind it and in it sixty years of ex- perience—-sixty years of success—and sixty years of reputation for the square deal. That's why a Stude- baker always looks good to me." „ "My father used to «ay that Studebaker honor was a« sure «• « United Stater bank note. He víhs talking after having uard S*udebaker vchiclen since tie was a lad, and he told me hia father before him «aid, 'Be aafe—get a Studebaker.'" "Vehicle builder can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 6 June 1913

i of fcuest of relativo Mías Hildegurde Herbiít ík in Bellville. H. Lieberman and wife made a buaineas ' trip to Houston the firnt of the week. W. W. Hank in ajient Friday and Saturday in Houston on legtf business. M * • Miss Alva Pipkin, of Bryan, visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. >ft iVéVi m ft! ; > . \ f' How About You Buying' a Moon 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 you. Come in and let us show you the up-to-date Jobs we carry, we believe we can suit you. Miss Claudia Rankin of Bren- hatn visited the family of W. W. Rankin this week. Mrs. R. M. McCoy of Soraer- ■ville visited friends here last Friday. Miss Lillian Williams is on an extended visit to relatives in CUuse. Mrs. V. E. Herbst returned Monday from an extended visit to relatives in Bellville. Miss Thelma McLean of Plain- view is the guest of Dr. B. O. McLean and family. Mrs. A. G. J< nk...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

imm r. o "-■I* ' N*w<R«iabll«had •* 4 Conao'lr«t d Chronlo'* ~ IBCO may ifc 0 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE 1 V&VSESrUSUMr Volumnc XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Priday Jure 13, 1913 Number f AR> * í> REGARDLESS OF SPECIAL SERVICE A bank renders '*s customers, its actual responsibil- ity is a matter fur the consideration of depositors. This bank has— A CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OF $45.000.00 Us business is under a progressive yet conserv- ative management. The deposits of its patrons ar.' s;ife guarded by care- fully selected loan- to home people and the DEPOSITORS GUARANTEE FUND OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Its stockholders and :l i rectors aro prudent men of affairs who give first care 1 > safety. YOUli ACCOUNT IS SOLICITED on this basis of management, and our past record. The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Why Don't You take a Good Spring Tonic? Yon need it. Everybody need* it, we all need a spring blood cleanser, nerve tonic and bracer. When you get up I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

Liners par Une first All readers ordered out. is insured in the Mutusl Firs Insurance of Tezss, heed- Cuero, Texss. LIV VKR-UAX, tlx liver regu- jr. Ask The Caldwell Drug Company. *!f you want pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp, phone 129. City Tailor Shop for tiirst- class cleaning and pressing. M. J. Burke, Prop., I am still in the market for fat cattle and hogs, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf Oh. Calomel, get out of the way and let LIV-YKR-LAX do the work. Purely vegetable. Ask the Caldwell Drug Co. Why be constipated, when you can buy LIY-YER-LAX at the Caldwell Drug Company. Listen—1 will pay Í 1-4 cents lor green hides. Bring them in. Otto Weudorf. 2t. Calomel, Calomel, you cannot for LIV\VERLAX has lugfit us an easier way. Ask the Caldwell Drug Company. MOVING PICTURE MACH INEfor sale—with 12 reels of pictures, all in good condition. In use 2 years, as good as new. Complete price $12.50. Write— Eipil Rathjen, Lyons, Texas, R 1. I • L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

•i ? ft HAPPENINGS OVER COUNTY Reportad to ua ty our Uvo Staff i ai Correipondaiita Each Waak Prairiadale "We had a nice rain Monday •and the crops are looking fine. Bryitier. Mita Minnie May Moore wan a guest of relatives at Caldwell one Charlie Uerland .mended Liu day th s week. brother's graduation at the state university in Austin this week. l«erov Nixon and son visited Mrs. 8usie Royall and family one day this week. Mrs. Lizzie Grady and daugh- ter visited Mrs. Mattje Kllis Mon- day Several attended the dance at Birch Saturday night and all report a nice time. jflrs. Susie* Royall visited Mrs. Charlie Geriand one day this week. Mrs, Lena (¡orland visited her purents, Mr. and Mrs. Welder hold Monday. Mrn. Edna Maxwell visited M rs. Mary Cole of Second Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hill of C"Id wall visited her mother, Mrs. Maxwell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dunaway visit ed his sister, Mrs. Harvey Billingsley last week. Curley Head. Birch Orop prospects an* looking fpretty good now, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

(0« •v , %. Vi ' v- *■ ># flip pje BÉW&. flf " #• '.«•* , ¿ él ' < Couaty W. «T. RANKIN, Co. al the posteffe* Wt Caldwell, Te** . m ncMri-daia Ball matter. Advertising R«t*a Insertion ...... 20c per lach PER MONTH The following number of tneh« murt be weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. i to Inch* 80c per inch 10 to 80 " - 500 *' " 30 to 60 " 4ftc « JO U> 100" - 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 i-j cent* per line each Insertion Bobscription Per Year $1.50 Three months SOc, Sit months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) WHEN COST IS INVESTMENT. Farm and Ranch, There are very few things worth while that do not cost those who enjoy them. It is an axiom that we must pay the price. But often the price is a valuable investment that we should be anxious to make. The price of good roads is one of the best investments a community can make. And the loss in bad a* * roads is one of the most stupendous wastes in the resources of the coun- try. And as a rule t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

m PIPS 1 } > Jh. Sugar Cored Hims and Bacon Are delicions when properly prepared. Our ham and bacon is cured just right with tugar, tpicet and¡good old hickory smoke. The Best Honey Can Buy When you buy of ús you know you can get no better. They don't make them better. Thornton Grocery Co. DO YOU If so, why not sub- scribe at once for your home Paper, Burleson County Ledger It will keep you posted 011 the local happenings of the State and county for twelve months for the small sum of -$1-00- TJEAJ The Raee It Not Always to tho Swift, Even in These Rapid Days. •y HARMONY WELLEN. Blossom looked down, suddenly very much abashed. Dick gnzed fondly at the little brown hand that he longed to possess aa hia own; Harry's eves were riveted on the misty line of blue that showed beneath her lashes and Tom absorbed the whole perfect girl in his glance, but mostly lie watched the crimson stain of her lipn, which curled now and Again with a troubled smile. "You have all," she began in her swee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

HUSTON ft DMSCIER Blacksmith , Gunsmiths, Wood workman, Wheel- wrighta and Horaeehoera. We have a new process to mend all kind of Caat Iron and Machinery. Dr. John Houston, "The Noted Texas Horae-shoer," and Veterinary Surgeon. Cim Prompt Sffnrica Dty ud Night Pfcon* 201, * tyaypr J- Gray made a buai- oeas trip to Temple Tueaday. Miss Olgu Skrabanek is visit- |ng relatives at Moumi 1'rairie GOT THE HALF-DOLLAR BACK Minister, Invite* to Wm Paid With Mis Own Money. W. Q. B jwers of (iidúiog* was * visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. S. G. Ragsdale and child ren are on an extended visit to relatives iu El Paso. Mrs. F. H. Bradahaw left Tuesday for Marlin to visit rela- tives. Miss Mamie Jenkins !♦ ft Tues- day for Waco to attend a house party. D. Alford and family went to the Brazos bottom Tuesday and spent the week with Alex Kw ing Mrs. T. H. llroadous left Satur day night for Whiterigt to spend a week with relatives. T. R. Broaddus made a busi i trip to Houston the first of the week. FOR SA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

ÉBi >* é* fe "Studebaker wagons certainly last a long time99 . ' h«ve had this wagon twenty-two yeára, and during that time it cost me only $6.00 for repairs, and that was for setting two tires." And after twenty-two years of daily use in good and bad weather and over all kinds of roads, I will put this wagon against apy ncu) wagon of another make that you can buy today." Studebaker wagons are built of air-dried lumber and tested iron and steel, tven the paint and varnish are subjected to a laboratory test to insure wearing qualities. No wagon made it subjected to a« many testa or is more carefully made than a Studebaker. You can buy them of Stude- baker dealers everywhere." "Dont listen to the dealer who wanU to aell you a cheap wagon, represented to be 'just as good' as a Studebaker." Farm wagons, trucks, dump wagons and carts, delivery wagons, buggies, surreys, depot wagons — aad harness of all kinds of Utc same high standard aa the Studebaker vehicles. Set oat Dtaltr or write...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 13 June 1913

¥ ■ r. and Mr . I. E. , Sunday, a fim girl. H. Lieberman iind family have Dovcd into their beautiful new residence on Mafn street- MOON BROTHERS BIGGIES, NOTHING BTvTTER ON THE MARKET 11 Mrs. 8. B. Kemp and lit11«* daughter, uf Robert Lee, are vis- iting the family of J. F. Cobb. J. H. Pressnall of San Antonio, ¿pent Friday and Saturday here on business. Ed. A. Ellis made a business trip to Austin Friday and Satur- day. A. N. Ijauderdale ofSomervUle vas ¡i business visitor here Friday. Fritz Buch and wife of Burton visited the family of Capt. C. W. F. Windel last week- Mrs. W. G. Hundley and child- ren returned to Temple Saturday after a pleasant visit to relatives here. Mrs. 'Ellen Wallace returned to San Antonio Saturday after a pleasant visit to the family of her brother. John McCowen. j, Miss Lela Woods left Saturday for Waco where she will attend the summer session of Baylor University. Mrs. T. Skrivanek and Miss Anna Skrivanek left Friday for Marlin where they will spend some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

mm a - ' , -Ü Í . -A:;' . ' J. — - ' Ü • N«u«a Rslabllahad IM4 Conaoilfatad Chronic'* * * IICO May ie 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE I «tfgar Baiabllahaol If "> V Consolidated Pato. IOH Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday June ao, 1913 — Number ■« REGARDLESS OF SPECIAL SERVICE • A bank renders its customers, its actual responsibil- ity is a matter for the consideration of depositors. This bank has— A CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OF $45.000.00 lit business is under a progressive yet conserv- ative management* The deposits of its patrons are siife guarded by care- fully selected loans to home people and the DEPOSITORS GUARANTEE FUND OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Its stockholders and 4 i rectors are prudent men of affairs who give first care to safety. YOUR ACCOUNT IS SOLICITED on this basis of management, and our past record. The First State BanK CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank Farmers Daion Speaking Beginning on Thursday even- ing, June 26th, State Lecturer W. D. Lewis, of the Farmers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

--- -• I V . - . foj ■.,!,. %>#*( . * .;•■ v -rv- w ■\ Liners A 1-2 Centa per line first u AU readers until orilered out. plant is insured in the Mutual Fire Insurance ion of Texss, head- i, Cuero, Texas. [V-VKR-I4AX, the liver regu- lator. Ask Tin" Caldwell Drug Company. All ladies misses' and child- ren's hats at half price at Cobb'* If you want pure milk or oream deli vereJ right at your door ev- ery day, set* Reid Philp, phone 129, City Tailor Shop for tiirst- cKiss cleaning and pressing. M. .1. Burke. Prop., All ladies' misses' and child- ren's hats at half price at Cobb's. I nm 8till in the market for fat cattle and hogs, and pay top prices. Otto Wendorf Oh. Calomel, get out of the way and let L.IV-VEK LAX do the work. Purely vegetable. Ask the Caldwell Drug Co. Why be constipated, when you can buy LIV-VER-LAX at the Caldwell Drug Company. Listen—I will pay 9 1-4 cents for green hides. Bring them in. Otto Wendorf. 2t. Calomel, Calomel, you cannot stay, for LIV VER LAX has t...

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