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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

The Death Roll. GREAT DISPLAY OF WEALTH Rich People of Buonoo Ayroa Fond «I Coolly Motor Caro, Fun mué Jowolo. * I ir I ~,r> BHEHUILL* Mi'h. May Sherrill, wife of Dr. K. A. Sherrill, died at Navattnta Sunday night at 11 o'clock at the age 2H yearn, 2 monthn and 15 day , and the remains were brought here where they were tenderly laid to rest in the Ma- conic cemetery Monday after- noon at hIx o'clock, the funeral services being conducted at the residence of T- P. Uilley by Rev. A. N. Pledger. Deceased was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J' H. Yanmeter and was born and reared in this county where she had many friends and relatives. About, ten years ugo ohe was happily married lo Dr. E. A. :gherrill nial for the past few years they luid been making Cleveland. Texas, their home and there the Doctor had built •up a lucrative practice. Some few days litro the symptoms of (blood poison began to develop and as soon aa this was discover- ed, Dr. Sherrill started with her •to Temple where she c...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

■, , BIG SHIPMENT OF Brooms Forty cents vilue On Sale Saturday at 25c H. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice LOCAL AND PERSONAL Head Ledger advertise® en ta. The Musical Medley is for benefit of K. of P's. John R. Fraim wa8 down from •Oause this week to visit relatives. Enthusiastic Railroad Meeting Tuesday evening there was a l.ipurely attended meeting of rep- resentative citizens and busiuete men in the court bouse, for the purpose of discussing among themselves the practicability of getting the new railroad from Stone City to Giddings and get- ting the road to come by Cald- well, if it is built. Mayor J. A. Gray was elected chairman and J. W. Jenkins secretary. Mr, Gray then stated the object of the meeting, and speeches and motions began to be heard. En thusiastic, ringing speeches were made by J. A. Gray, II. S. Bovv- ers, J, C. Womb!e, W. M. Stone, Jesse Garrett, J. R. Heslep and others, urging that the people be a unit for all honorable and rea sonable means for getting the road. The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

'*fK wP,.. f M <i«4| -F' Í OUR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. Brymer briefs Crops have made a decided im- provement in the last week or to. 8ome aro through chopping cot- ion und a majority of the corn erop ha* b >011 laid by and is looking tine and if we get a good rain at thó proper time there will lie a bumper corn crop harvest tliin year. A nice crowd from this com- munity attended services at the new arbor near Hookerville Sun- day. Miss Kssi * Cox of Hookerville, wns visiting in this community Sunday. Miss Norma Hainsel returned home Monday after spending Severn I days visiting relatives at (iiddings. Clarence Hillin nnd Ben Ik>3s, of n«"aP Rockdale were visitors in tlitH comiiM.u ty su iday. Home have dug l eir Irish po- tatoes Mtv.1 s¡iy there ¡.- fairly a good yield. Rev. G. «' Cravy illlcd liisreg nlar appointment at Porter's Channel Sunday night. Arthur Idler nnd hia sister M¡su Kthel, were called to the bed side of their brother at. IMme Itox Monday who is seriously il...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 May 1911

A Complete Line of Base Ball Goods In Stock Orange and Amber Cane Seed on hand—Big German flillet Seed—Whippoorwill Peas-Clay Peas—California Black-Eye Peas. A small lot of Nortern Seed Corn ia stock yet. Bran and Chops. Department g S& Í None larger and more up-to-date than our. We watvt *yoar Grocery trade. We offer good goods and good treat- ment. Order a sack of Oriole Flour. Genuine French* Peas. Can Tomatoes. Can Corn. Oro brand California Peaches Van Camp's Hominy. Dr. Price's Breakfast Food. Folger's Coffes and Teas. Anything you want in the Grc eery line. How About & Bucks Stove? Best on Earth Is It Something Ii> The DeP't? El wood Hog Fencing. W aukegan Wire. Cham- pion Galvanized Citterns, guaranteed not to crush or leak. Mitchell Wagons. Old Hickory wagons. Ban- ner Buggies. Moon Bros. Busies John Deore Cul- tivators. Standard Culti- vators. Diverse Cultiva- tors. Sohuprenberg Sweep Stocks Full line shelf hardware. Imported whit** enarnc ware. Big lot of hoes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

' s ' ¿szzjr-f+WiXSé csr.riwrr AND NEW8-CHRONICLB ^7fJ^mf^Xim Zi!TAr Volumne XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June a, 1911 Number 14 ><!iiitniiiiMMiMMMinininnMnmtmnM BRYAN SAID: THE fellow who tries to attract buti 11 pas without advertising, is like the fellow who t hrows his sweetheart a si- lent kiss in the dark. lie knows what he is doing but nobody else does." That is the reason we are advertis- ing. We want your business and take this way of letting you know we want it. We want it for our mutual benefit. Lunatic's Bloody Work. Geneva, N. Y., May 90th.— While Thomus Carroll, an elee- trici, n, was making repairs at the Willard State Insane Hospit- al here last night, a lunatic, whose name is said to be Charles (inkling, crept up behind him, took a hammer from his kit aud sank it into Carroll's head, kill- ing him instantly. The lunatic then dragged the body to 11 cojiI room where he drove a coul pick through Car- roll's head, Young Carroll wns to have been married ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

vi I:' Cocal anb personal ,}■ Rappeninois iji Si/ of the g>cch. B. C. Newberry was up on a business trip from Lyons Wed- nesday. ■ Ml Miss Beulali Hale went to Mi- lano Wednesday to visit her sis- ter, Mrs. Frank Evard. Mrs. Ellen Echols and daugh- ter, Miss Alice, have returned irora visiting relatives at Keen&n. Misses Ethel and Leo Worn ble left Thursday of last week for Cotulla when they will spend the summer with their sister, Mrs. C. E. Neal. Miss Lill'e Dingle of "elasco. after a visit to Miss Mamie Jen kins has gone to SomerviUe where she will visit friends for a few days before returning home. There was a meeting of the stockholders of the "Fanner's Union Warehouse Company 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon for the purpose of electing a board of directors. Mrs. L. 0. Fraim returned laet Tuesday from Allanreed where she had been to the funeral and burial of her daughter, Mrs. Mat- tie Hardin. She brought baik with her. her three little grand children ranging in age from th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

:'f* ' . . ■ 4>'u • ■ *' * «smI? * ^ *- Ifl Rcaidencc Burned* The residence of J. W. Jenkins together with all furniture and household goods was destroyed by fire yesterday morning about 10 o'clock. The loss is abont •5,000, with partial insurance. The origin of the fire was a ker- osene explosion. Mrs. Jenkins was getting ready to go to church •nd told the cook to turn on the 011 and start the tire for din- ner, The cook turned on the oil and lighted the stove, hut the blase flared up making a b;g ' blaze, lilis ftigthened the cook who in trying to put out the tire turned the stove over and some of the oil npilled on the floor and tcok fire. They tried to put the fire out with garden hose, hut to no avail and then the alarm was turned in. It was only a few minutes till the house was so tilled with fumes and smoke that nothing could he taken out of there in safety. By the time the fire company could get there the whole interior of the house *vas u seething mass of Mames which wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

y ■ g—ü— BMcstB CMM9 Ldgcr County PuMithing Co. *. W. RAMUS. at the poatoffice at Caldwell. Texas, aa itecoao-claaa mail matter. running: into lx>ngviev. 8an Patricio County t« prepar- ing Ic spend $100,00<l in the next few months in road improve* Texas Wheat Advertising Rate* One insertion ffts P<*r inch PEK MONTH Tht* following number < f inches must be uned weekly to obtain the monthly rate ijm* } er inch 4 V M " ■loc " ** 1 to 9% inchs 10 to SO " 30 to 30 " ¿Oto 1WÍ " All advertising run until ordered om. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect and all matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. ALUt Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial News. Texas City is to have a $50.000 hotel. Work was begun on the structure last week. Nacogdoches County has voted a bond issue of $90,000 for the parpóse of erecting a new Court House. The Cotton Belt Railway has "broken groun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

1*5 IP T. Kraitchar, Sr. 8unday morning at it o'clock Thoiuu* Kraitchar, Sr., died at bis home here and the remain were laid to rest in Musonic cemetery that afternoon under the auspice* oí the Masonic lodge of which he was a member. He wa« aluo a member of the C. 8. P. S, and the &. 1\ J. 8. T. fra- ternal societies, and a member of the Sons of Hermann and ninny members of these orders attend- ed the burial. Born in Moravia, Austria, in 1848, he came with his parents to this country in lN5.'land the fam- ily settled in the city of Houston where for many years they made their home. In l*t>K Mr. Kraiteh ar was happily married to Miss Annie MikesUa. but they lived in Houston only a slmrl time after their marriage and moved to Washington county where they resided for a short while. They came to Burleson county in 1*70 they having the honor of being the titst Hohminns to settle in Burleson county. Since first coming here, this county has since been their h'unc. Deceased en- gaged...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

5 ■ 10 inch Bejry Bowls and 11 inch Dishes Beautiful New Decorations QN SALE SATURDAY FW 10c EMI B. R. KELLY Next to Postoffice Mrs. Kubecka Drowned* í; |H!$ Mrs. Amialia Kubecka was drowned in a tank on their place in Prairie Dale community Wed- nesday afternoon about 4 o'clock and the remains were buried in the family burying ground yea- ter afternoon. Deceased was about 09 years old, the wife of Frank Kubecka and was a native of Moravia, Austria. She came to this coun- try about .*?:$ years ago settling in Fayette couuty, and twenty three years ago, came to this county. Just how she happened to get drown* d will never be known, whether it was an accident or suicide. She and her husband had been chopping cotton that day and just about 4 o'clock he went to the house fcr a f^w nunutee, and G while there, noticed that she had gone to tne tank some few hun- dred yards away from the field. When he returned shewasdead in the tank of water. A man who was also a few hundred yards away saw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

-1 IÜR CORRESPONDENTS SAYINGS. Chriesman. The clear dry weather for the past two weeks hai enabled farm- era to jrot pretty well up with their work. Crops had gotten very biuil.v in (lit*grass owing to the extreme wot weather, and a large per cent of the cotton crop had to l e replanted, as the heavy rains would pack the earth so hard the coWrw could not come up; however o nice stand is being made since the ra ins haveceast'd. William Ktockdon of Taylor, and Mi** Oallie Mctíregor oí Itrentiam, was united in marriage last W'tninosday night at the home of the bride's sinter, Mis. K^.te BUu-U, Gt 111 i r place. Uev. i three weeks returned to her home at Chriesman Saturday night. Miss Sidona Kruse of Ledbei-ter is h^re visiting Miss Elsy Mate- jowsky. Mrs. Walter Barton of Somer- ville was a visitor h-ere Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Winnie Mathews of Hum- boldt , Tenn. is hero visiting btr parents J. C. Harnett and wife. The Harmony base ball team crossed bats here with the Lyons boys Sunda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 2 June 1911

Imm' r*m, U j Slt E; We Point to Our Record With a 74^ i 0 kt; Pew firms in business a decade have made more friends; no firm has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than we have enjoyed, and no firm could be more appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our stock is complete, that our prlcss are Just, and that each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent with business principles. Today finds us, If anytning, better prepared to take care of your wants than ever before, and we ask for your trade. r HAY RAKE5 BALE TIES BINDERS' TWINE $$ - w I Q, j'. Ml1 STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. SSK Complete Line of Garden Hose Our Grocery Department is overflow- ing with good things to eat. Oriole Flour All The Time We want Your...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

ppl ■HfóSQBL'. IMM¿ Jf$ ia«BB ,<^:~A'h ■ ' liX |á¿ HHPS® _. . ..B—.Iwfyiffí- F :;í • ^ :• •' I^Smi ^."<h y? £SK: - •' •mar AND NEWS-< L*dg«r Batabllaht nonaolldaiad P< .TA' XXVII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, June 1L 1911 Ni ll<MHII MUMIIMItmM*HHIIMUMIIHII THE Ups and Dows IN LIFE Come to EVERYBODY. Right now while you are making money, you ought to be saying it, then when the"DownsM come you will have something to fall back upon. Be independent. Start a Bank Ac- count today. Now is the acccpted time. TJhe Jfc'rst State fficin/c. Of Catdivatt, ZJcxits GUARANTY FUND O OTHER BUSINESS BANK THAN BANKING* Announcement Party. T ! "We Volunteer" tliU ilav, ax we do every otlu r da.v fn v«*fir, t icivo you bargains at sueli a nacriHee I hill you will thank yourself for I'uUlnar here. We give lo nil the ••uniform" treniinent, court emit and unlit mm', ic . and such Vn I ties as tempt von to talk about uk and pral«e ti- tío jimr falends. Thin is our chief syMPin of advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

anb personal happenings .li ef the trcch. W lias I)or Heuslee relurneo lesday trom visiting in rons. «"'■just: Miss Lillian Rankin returned Tuesday iroiu visiting relatives in Brenham. Otto Wendtrf shipped a car of Cittle to (he market at Fort Worth Wednesday. Mrs, O. E. Karnes of Plum, si the guest of litr parent- , Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wotipka. p H''' If ,' :. : Miss Jessie Womack returned the first of the week from visit- ing relatives in Houston. Mrs, M. J. Philp returnee Tuesday from spending a month at Matthew with relatives. H®.; Mrs, C. Struwe came up from brenham Tuesday to attend tht Wondrash-Struwe nuptials. For Hale—One upright Kimble piano in Al condition. Apply at Ledger office. W. N. Heslep returned Tues from visiting the family oí H. A. 8teadman in 8omer- ville. Yesterday J. B. McArlhur sold his residence property, known as the Kurry house and lot, to Dr. J. B. Honey cut, the considera- tion named being $1,000. We print note heads, letter mO JUAE IS THE MO/HTH TOR WEBB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

i. ' ■ ' ■ . ■ ** <: ' *j Railroad Meeting. ^riil chil- rtiting relu- * \ vyrtle Moore bus return- ed ft. Cameron after a few days' visit to friends. A. I\ (irubow left yesterday to attend tin* closing exorcises at the state university. Rev. A. S. Hroaddus. who has been tick for the past week is up again and holding down his job for the Simpson Grocery Co. Tin- laMer part of lust week n crowd of tne younger set spent the day in I. R. Heurtgraves: pasture chaperoned by Mrs. T K. (iilley an>t Miss Millie Wotip* ka. Wednesday at tin* residence oi .John Gregg in the Brazos bottom he and T. C Has ley gave a bar- becue and picnic to a large nuiu b8r of their friends. Quite n number from here attended, go- ing in automobiles and buggies and all reporta good time. Thursday evening Miss Millie Wotipka was hostess to a party of the younger set at the resi- den * 1 of her parents. They did not play forty-two but had an exceedingly nic* time which was closed bv a i I being invited into th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

,f, • ' ■ ' nH CMMVIC«|Cr PubHfkini Co. ; the postoffice at Caldwell, u econ4-cla*s mail matter. lv i ' t Fci« i 20c per inch PER MONTH •The following: number of Inches kf tut trr need weekly to obtain the ly rate I, to 9% Inch 00c per inch 10 to ao " 50c •« •« 30 to 50 " 45c " «' AO to 100 " 40c " 14 All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers tive cents per line each insertion. Cards of thanks, resolutions of vsspect and ail matter of a like nature charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year $1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) Texas Industrial News. Good roads mean progress and :ity, a benefit to the peo- who live in the cities, an ad to people who live in the in try, and they will help every of the' state. Good roads have raonoy value for beyond our ordinary concep- «ion. Bad roads constitute our greatest drawbacks to internal development and national pro- Our farms are the heart of our national life and the chief source of our material greatness. Te&r &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

'%• • . .i* : ,v ■■ €I1P . x Demagogue personal .. <x> happenings .)< tfrc tpech. W unwssHnHHuuuunwfti Mnrtha Boehuie spent reek in San Marcos. [. M. New comb left last Sat- urday (or Austin and San Anton- io. When cutanea develops into insolence it is time to get your gun. Colbert Glenn of llynutn spent the week here the gueat of rela- tives. J. G. Dunn left for Cleburne the first of the week to visit rel- atives Mías Kva Fruim of (¿atise, is the guest of B. F. Delamater and family. Will (iray of llouMtnn, spent Sunday and Monday here wilh relatives, Miss Maduline Child left Mon- day for Fort Worth to spend n few days. Don't forget to ¿ret your ex- hibit reatdv for th<* County Fair on July 4th. Miss Carrie Omv «ame upfront Houston Sunday and s¡><>nt the W« ok here with relatives. Kg'gs are down now, to be sure; but we dou't bellere that, therefore, the interest in the poultry business should slacken. It doesn't ceein to be slackening any in the South, and we ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

C. Ea _. - inch Bejry Bowls aid 11 inch Dishes New Decorations QN SALE saturday FO« 10c UCI H. K. KELLY Next to Rostoffice JgR£//=rJ&Ji Beautiful Home Wedding A. wedding \e^ beaotiful in it&golcmai?arfft3n was that of Miss Girdena Struwe and Mr. Joe Wondrssh, which took pbice at the home of the bride's parent- , Mr. and Mrs. C. Struwe. The guests were received in the hall, where Miss Yiasta Fojt had charge oí the Bride's Book Misses Mozelle Duckworth ai d Zula Harris presided at the punch bowl. The parlor was ar- tistically decorated in white and green, Sweet peas and roses were held in roses and bowls on the piano and mantle, which was banked with foliage. White ta* pers were placed at appropriate places. The alter ^vas au eni bankment of ferns, a conopy be- ing formed of white streameis and lathery ferns. ^jXstyiilK At the appointed hour. Mies Josephine ^¡nndhausen attired 3kwhite lingerie dress with lace trimmings, sang in a sweet voice "Because I love, Dear," being accom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

(tí ' f *' >' , . ' 5= =S!= NEW ROAD TO DISTINCTION UM MU I a W. Perkins Saya Men Who Could Be Enormously Rich but Wont Will Have Beat Reputations. olney Views. Brymer Briefs. furring ton and faulty Mrn. Dosia Calvin of idenue Sunday. lonry Thomas and family of Tookos Point visited Roger Groce and family Saturday night and Sunday. Ho vera 1 fiotn here took in tat* W. O. W. supper at Lyons Tues- day night. Thud Holmes of Lone Oak lias two children eieU with the slow fever. Cab Carrington, Sr., and John HeA'ilr of Tunis passed through our burg Sunday, Misses Myrtle and Lillian Cnr- Our farmers are all about up with their work out this way and nre now reedy for a good rain which would be a welcome visitor as the corn crop will be in neea of a good ruin in a very short while, Rousting ears will soon he on the hill of fare. While working on his farm in the bottom, on the Yegua, Inst week 8. L. Tarwater killed a large rattlesnake which had 14 rattles and a bu^t' n. Charlie Adamthwaite ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 9 June 1911

m ■ lIDVJlDlDwwwwwwlDJDlDiDWlDiDiDiDiDlDiDlD. Point to Our Record With & Feeling of Pride Pew firm* in business a decade have made more friends; no firm has striven harder to deserve this friendship; few firms have been accorded a more satisfactory patronage than we have enjoyed, and no firm could be more appreciative than are we. It has been our constant care to see that our stock is complete, that our pricss are just, and that each custom- er be extended every courtesy and every accomodation consistent with business principles. Today finds us, If anytning, better prepared to take care of your wants*than ever before, and we ask for your trade. 45 HAY RAKES BALE TIES BINDERS' TWINE m STEEL AND WOOD HAY PRESSES Moon Bros, and Banner Buggies The man who knows, knows what Tom Pagitt Saddles are. We sell them to the men who want saddle com- fort and saddle life. Complete line o? Garden Kose Our Grocery Eepart nent is overflow- ing with good things to eat. Oriole Floor All The Time W...

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