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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

' 'v '%■''>;• Who art "Just Ready to Drop." yhmi yes IN -Jttii ready to drop," irben you feci m weak that you can hardly drag yournelf about-and b* cauno you have not slept well, you «t up aa tired-out next morning aa when you went to bed, then you need help right away. If in Lea Dumas writes from Ma- iono, N. Y., saying: "I was In a badly run-down condition for several weeks, but two bottles of Vlnol put me on a y feet again and mad* me strong *nd well. Vlnol has Jone me more fwd than all the other medicine I •aver took." If the careworta, haggard men and y®?.?0' I*10' ■•ckly children and xeeblé old folks around here would Jollow Miss Duma*' example, tbey, too, would soon be able to say that jrlnol, our dellck>ua cod liver and Iron Temedy, had built them up and mad* ttnt strong. K h • wonderfully strengthening «•nd Invigorating body-builder, and we •ell It under an Ironclad guarantee of satisfaction. You get your money back if Vlnol does not help you. P. '8. For any skin trou...

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 — 20 June 1913

i ¡Ms| m - M •s- My W. W. RANKIN, Publisfetag Ce. itered at the poito*4"- «t Caldwell. Texa , i* i«coMl-daH mall matter. Advertising Ratea i Insertion ** P*' lnch PER MONTH The fnllowlaif number of inobs mu t be tieed weekly to obuiiD thee inontbly rtite 1 to OK inclín «0« P®r ^ch 10 to 80 " - 60e '« « 30 to 60 " - *6® " " ¿O U) 100 " - 40c M " A.U advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year $^.50 Three m >nihs VJc, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Community Co-operation Copyrighted Farm and Ranch-Holland Magazine Of course you appreciate the ad- vantages offered you through the growth and development of the community in which you live. If you live on the farm, you want good roads, schools and churches, a convenient market in which to dis- pose of your products, rural tele- phones and mail delivery, etc. If you live in town, you want, in addition to the above, good streets and sidewalks, adequate water and ligh...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

fW: ■ jjpj I litre the agency fcf tha Dren ham Marble Workp and havo a nioe line of temple books for you to aélect from. If you want to buy e monument drop me a oard aud 1 will call to sue you VAS R. NIX J J Mill .«wávavHK Save time and money by using the long distance telephone" Transact business satisfactily without waiting for reply. Just a turn of the bell and we do the rest. Connected with all points In the county and over the state. Use the telephone and work while we Ket your man. Prompt service- time saved money made that's easy. TRANS TEXAS TELEPHONE CO. tMiimiiMUMMiitin ——— mini i 0. Cardones CHILE and SHORT ORDfíR 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., Agents Caldwell, Texas. J. B. Honeycut PHYSICIAN O Sire in Stone A Hitchcock Drug; Store. ('alls answer- i promptly day or night. i ay phone ;;2. night pi.one •si Caldwell, Texas Old Furniture Made New 1 have opened a shop ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

t«w*é*weaeiw*i'w i iii'bmuiéi to nal ur of air •cumatou OS srawwsvx'i?'! will start tha tor* ss-^TafssJr.ss^s-.tiisrs ftr.r hare and th re. and wo want jroa to try It now on our positivo pay ruar- an Ua. D.D.D. Soap koopa tbo clean; tuft i Ston* & Hitchcock AuMiceneat Puty. alar mteting of the M. ub «tet with Mips Helen Wednesday afternoon, terminating in a most beautifully appointed luncheon, the in* •piration of this chartf ngaffair being Mies Fay Deln mater who will be married to Mr. N. B. Slaughter of Mart, Texas, May 5th, 1918. After spending an hour or so In saving and conversation to the ■train* of the wedding march, played by Miss Zula Harris, the gifts were ushered into the dining room, which was a pic- ture of loveliness. Ferns and exquisite yellow roses were used In profusion, the windows being artiatically adorned with sprays of roses. The beauty of the parlor was enhanced by Aooeri- oan beauty roses and carnations The gold and blue motif found artistic development i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

¿¿a íSfcíi ■ ' í; f ■ /i m f rr , .0..— «*#♦? Kour confidence is what Studebaker seeks to keep Possessing this confidence, we have never tried to produce a cheap wagon. We could, but we don't dare try the experiment. Our constant aim has been to produce the best wagon. And in living up to this highest standard, we have won and hold —the confidence and good-will of hundreds of thousands of farmers ali over the world. Studebaker wagons are built to last, to do a day's work eveiy day, to stand up under stress and strain and to make the name Studebaker stand for all that is best in vehicles. Don't accept any other wagon represented to be just as good as a Studebaker. The substitute may be cheaper, but it isn't up to Studebaker standards, and you can't afford to buy it. For buaineaa or pleasure, there is n Sludtbaktr vehicle Sailed to your requirement*. Farm wagons, trucks, business wagons, •urrejra, buggies, runabouts, pony carriages—each the best of it* load.% Harneas also—of the same ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 20 June 1913

hum* folk and sell Mr . Hulen Carroll of Nava ia the truest of relatives Mrs. W. S. Bamett, Jr., left Tuesday morning for Glddinga to visit relatives. ijAi Elf' John l^ffir an*family of near Chriesman, Mote guests of Dr. Houston's-family this week. 'i Mrs. Alex Duckworth has re- turned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Cliff Douglass, at Rosebud a. F. Grabow is erecting a warehouse near wherethe freight depot of the H. & T. C-, is to be located. W. S. Barnett, Sr., and Jr., J. A. Bowers «and Krohne Bar- nett are at Lampasas Springs recuperating. Our Local Reporter, J. F. Mc- Iver, has been on the sick list this week, hence our local news is a little short. tl'n ' Wonder when the new posts ■which are lying in the court house yard, are going to be put in around the square. Miss Helen Jones after a visit to her father, J. C. Jones, has returned to the state university at Austin, to attend the summer session- pp. j i Mú&bMbimihmM MOON BROTHERS BI GGIES. NOTHING BETTER ON THE MARK...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

vum PalabllBh*<1 IPB4 ironlciu * * * IBOU Mhv IB*" AND NEWS-CHRONICLE XXIX L *dg r Batabilahcd 1097 Consolldmod futo. (Oil Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday June 27, 1913 Number REGARDLESS OF SPECIAL SERVICE A bnnk renders its customer , its actual responsibil- ity is a matter for the consideration of depositor . This bank has— A CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OF $45.000.00 Its business is under a progressive yet conserv- ative management. The deposits of its patrons are safe guarded by care- fully selected loans to homo people and the DEPOSITORS GUARANTEE FUND OF THE STATE OF TEXAS. Its stockholder* and .lire; tors are prudent men of :affairs who give tir^t can* t > s fety. Yon; ACC( r.\'T IS SOLICITED on this basis of management, and our pa- recerá The F'rst State Bank CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund BanK I Miss Viasan Dies Suddenly. A dark gloom was spread over the city last Friday afternoon about 4:20 o'clock, when it was reported that Miss Irene Vinson had died suddenly at the ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

■*< - < m P ■ - i'" >r Liners 71-2 CmiU per line first lwawtion. All readers CM until ordered out. This plant is insured in the Printers Nutusl Fire Insurance Association of Texas, head* quarters, Cuero, Texas. LIV VER1 A X. t he 1 i ver regu la tor. Ask The Caldwell Drug Company. Grani Barbecae and Cooaty Fair On July 1st and 2nd there will be held the anuual Farmers Union Barbecue and County Pair at Snook, Elaborate prepnr- Tnma-Ahrens. On Wednesday evening at seven-thirty o'clock Walter H. Tuina of the northern part of the county and Miss Minna Ahrens of Hellville, w re united in marriage at the beautiful home of tliw bride's -ister Mrs SOME BIG DISCOUNTS All ladie , miases' and child- ren's hate at half price at Cobb's If you want pure milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp, phone 129, City Tailor Shop for iiirst- class cleaning and pressing. M. J. Burke, Prop., Ail ladies' misses' and child- fen's hat s at half price at Cobb V. I am 3ti ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

Reported of Correspondents chr1esman chats. While we have ha^ aeveral light «bowers of raiu, still nfe* enough han ifcUeu to be of noy great benefit to the gruivltog crops. The cotton crop is not «uffering at ail, but the corn vill be cut v«ry áhorfc if a good vain does uot not <qome within a few days. If reports are to be credited, -Chriesman will in the near future have added to its enterprises, *ir <ither large Merchantile es- ttab ishment, and a lumber yard. We predict for both good suc- hes*, as a good country sur- rounds Cbriesman, and its in- habitants are enterprising, and rludustriuus. Jf we oí L'briesmnn, could only •¿nTv.«rí iit farmers ¡11 the iruck ¿¿rowing business, it would not be 'oiitf till this country would be leading the coast country in •of Texas, in the produotiqo of all kinds of vegetables, wliile I have only mentioned Chriwman iu the liegiuiiin^ of tliis subject, yet we would include mip whole «>f Burleson County, as a truck growing country, for one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

m- «¡SÉ, cwMg idfcr Bar TI County PuMiskiag Co. W. W. RANKIN, Manager. at the poatoffío «i Caldwell, Texas, u aecoud-ctauM mail matter. Advertising Ratea One Insertion 20c per inch PJEll MONTH "Tbe following number of inohs must be riant weekly t<> obtain thee moutbly rate Inch* 60c per inch ««to 80 14 - SOc ' " 10 to 80 " .......... 4ftc «« " SO to 100 " 40c •• M All advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers ? 1-2 cento per line each >rtion ftabacription Per Tear Sl-50 Three months 50c, Six months "5c (Invariably in Advance.) Get Acquainted. SU- Personality in building up and liolding trade is a strong asset. Xqually important are excellence of goods and equitable dealing. "The three constitute a trinity that Is invincible. T bey make customer go out of his way to do business with the concern that has these «qualities. They also tend to make iiim a continual advertiser of the concern's goods. The home merchant should con- alder these points in connection with the gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

Are delicions when pr o p e r 1 y prepared. Our ham and bacon it cured just right with •ugar, spices 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. km Thornton Grocery Co. DO YOU EAD? b, why not sub- 7 «/ ibe at once for nr home Paper, Burleson * "Have you ever noticed that spconers prefer to ride on the rear sent; of open trolley cars, where it is almost impossible to watch them?" remarket! a "man who does consider- able riding in surface cars. "Well, the next time you have occasion to ride in an open" trolley car you keep your eye on the rear seat and see if mv words ure not true. "Many a time when I would likfe to get a place on tlie throe rear scats I was prevented from doing so be- cause they were all occupied by «poonera. They prevented me from enjoying a good smoke. But I'm not selfish. As long as they obtain the 6cats first they have a perfect right to them, of course, and they don't have to ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

üjsftv' it. üM- m r i ífSm. I i' > Helen Hill of Second Creek I vi iting in Grander. T. J. Carter of Sotnervillo, was here on business Tuesday. Miss Nellie C*rr is visitin# Miss Ruth Ford of Mndisonville. W. C- Harnett went to Lam- pasas Tuesday on a few days visit. Henry Gregg and wife went to Cameron Tuesday to visit rela- tives. Miss Edythe Wonldrldge has gone ou a visit to Sicilian, Ken- tucky. Carpenters are at work putting new pailings around the Dr. J. P. Oliver home. J. Louis GiddingM and family returned Tuesday from visitiug in Erenham. J. M. Carr returned to his home at Clarksville after visiting bis brother, Rev. J. C. Carr. Mrs. Irene Felter and little daughter, Miss Jessie, went to Austin Tuesday on a few day's visit. Mrs. C. E. Garrett has return- ed to Durango, Texas, after vis- visiting the family of Rev. J. C. Carr. Carl Orts and bride after a short visit to the family of Rev. J. C. Carr, returned to Hearne yesterday. The colored people had a bar- becue down in t...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 27 June 1913

a*fv< ' ■ * w ■ S < * ■ £1 * : f ' ... , /• ' ' • t'. i. / ' *■/(*' * f > ' y - • - ♦ .►'!> HIHsímnM . kr If g" "/'ue Jmic? mvStudebaker IS years—and not a cent for repairs" A wore! of jur.t praise for n wagon that has dene its work faithfully nnd wc!!. Men become attached to their Studcbalter# — proud of them. Because they real!, f tV.nt a Stud A<-il:c * 73 built on honor and with an experience in wagon building thr\t dates back to 1852. Studcbakcr wagons arc a result of that! rag experience, couple d v itli a desire to Luiii the bail wagoi j, not cheap ones. And when your dealer sayr. rPuyo Studcl «!;f:r — ihcT .-'fl ro I.'*:? v • <jt> rr. .* ) • ¡ :-jivin; yr>w the verdict of a mill: *.*\ Iwrracra. l ie io not a-. ing you lo t.y t .1 : Qui Vlrt Club. Fr.t Ti v-'..(jr ni haiiio W Kfrtm fc H U^v.l Ti !cj Hmc-i'f* Fon y Ctrii .Sc.: ex.'." Dcclcr ur W:i(c STUD J'*. D« Every V,V;3£3 Su* rpyi liaruws ra Be.: On last Saturday afternoon Mrs. R. S. Bowers was the p...

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 — 27 June 1913

*Xa^r'%ÍX>K BROTHERS BI GGIES, NOTHING. BETTER ON THE MARKET of Sotnervi' 8 T^Midft' Winnie Pbilp returned ^ Sunday X*x>m visiting Mr . Geo. Johnston. Newsom wae among the froui tin Bruaos Jvsse of Temple spent and Monday near here G. Porter. Rev. J. M. Lewis will preach Presbyterian church Sun- morning and evening. Carpenters are this week ing a new five room búngalo Mr* Daniel in West Caldwell. Miss Flora Stocltje went to Stan this week to spend a Í . ■ \ days with relatives. ífisí C. Clark and daugnrter lie, left Sunday for Houston, >n and Saratoga. L. Renfro, Aubrey Smith W* S. Houston were up from rviile Saturday. Pork is being pushed on the crossing for the H. & in the southern part of the and willsoon be completed. 1" i Gardena Schiiler and Mrs. B. Drgac have returned from to relatives in Washing- and Austin counties. old residence recently sold W. Jenkins to George in has been moved to the i. C. Brode and wife of Cam . were guests of Henry Gregg wife last week, ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 July 1913

fc. tp-* 4 - V • : :'f '- - > M9k7 ' '■ N^wb aiabMaHvrt t««4 CnnaoilcalAd Rhronleia I ' l««ao May I6B7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE lumnc XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday July 4, 1913 Number — AS A STRONG, Conservatively m a n a g e ¿ in- stitution which meets the require- ments of its customers with a spirit of fair- ness to all interests concerned, we Respectlolly Solicit Your Patronage assuring you that your account will be appreciated and given careful attention and ¿lie full confidential protection ac- corded accounts now on our books. The First State BanK CALDWELL. TEXAS Guaranty Fund BonK I Celebrates Eightieth Birthday Anniversary The Ledger editor acknow- ledges a visit Saturday to our of- fice from our good friend, E. Henslee, of Somerville. He and his estimable wife were here on a visit to their son, Sheriff L. W. Henslee, and to celebrate Mrs. Hen sice's K)th birthdtiy with din ing at the home of their son. Mr. Henslee is a pioneer citizen of old Burleson county, h...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 July 1913

it Insured in the ra Mutual Fire Insurance af Tasas, haad- Cuera, Tasas. r-VER-LAX, thu liver regu Ask The Caldwell Drug ipany. you want pure milk or cream " right at your door ev day, we Reid Pbilp, phone Tailor Shop for fiirst- cleaning and pressing. M. J. Burke, Prop., I am still in the market for fat cattle and hogs, and pay top juices. Otto Wendor Oh. Calomel, get out of the ■way and let LIV-VER-LAX do work. Purely vegetable, ik the Caldwell Drug Co. Why be constipated, when you buy LIV-VER LAX at the Caldwell Drug Company. All ladies, misses' and child- sen's hats at ha'f price at Cobb's FOR SALE—The J T. Reeves homestead, 5 room house, barn, good well, waterworks, about 5 acres of land, For further parti- culars write or call on Jim Ragsdale, Caldwell, Tes. Listen— I will pay 9 1-4 cents for green hides. Bring them in. Otto Wendorf. 2t. All Indie*' misses' and child- fen's bats at half price at Cobb's. Mi'-l* J'" Calomel, Calomel, you cannot stay, for LIV VER LAX has taught u...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 July 1913

Cooks Point. ;C Wo have hail fine rains of Ute, •11 growing crops are booming. Mrs. B. A. Nunloy lias return- ed from a visit to relatives and and friends in Robertson county. She reporta having bad a pleasant visit. Grading on th* inter-urban on the west side of the river, is now progressing rapidly; things are .moving in this end of the county. Dr. C. A. Kherrill, carried his mother Mini uncle Aaron Nor- cn>B*s thirty miles west of San Antonio to visit their sister in iiis «ut > recently. He and Unc'e Aaroti returned, left his mother with her sister. Watermelon harvest is now on hand in this section, they ¡ire «wont and gool. F. E. King oi West Stone City lias n cooler now, a soda fountain from which the crystal Huid Hows, it is inwardly healing and coolin? Ther* Is now no more post <jffie? at Cookes Point. .lohn Urban our clever ex- post master can now go squirrel bunting and fishing and stay a* long as he pleasaa without being cussed. Uncle Sam Sherill, J. J. Pres- eley...

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

Tlw Jg5 S f' .to £t& County Publishing Co. «. W. RANKIN. RtaMier. ■atered at the potlotfkw at Caldwell, Texas, II aecoBé-clwn mail matter. Advertising Rata One lttiertion 20c per Inch "1 ' - y""" PEii MONTH The following uutuber of lucha must be used weekly to obtain tbee monthly niu.*« ltoSfc loch <Wc per inch JO to 80 " Mo " " 30 to 50 ♦« - «c " " 50 to 100 " - «te M " All advertlslnj; run until ordered out. Local readers " cents per line each Insertion Subscription Per Year Si. 59 Three months 50c, Six m< uths 75c (Invariably in Advance.) We Will Know Some Day. Yesterday I was at a railway station and purchased a ticket for a short journey 1 took that day. "While at the ticket window there stood beside me one of the world's unfortunates. His clothing consist- ed of one old, red shirt, so faded that its original color was not dis- tinguishable, and a pair of patched blue geaus trousers. His hair was uncombed and his personal appear- ance was unkept. Upon his face were th...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 July 1913

«I • € w A * !/< r ' " ' '• wP W' i' t . í- '• . ii s=¿ l¡fl t ' í *#>$! Sugar Cored Hams and Bacon Are delicion when properly prepared. Our ham and bacon is cured just right with sugar, spices 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. DO YOU READ? If so, why not sub- scribe at once for your home Paper, urleson County Ledger It will keep you )osted 011 the local lappenings of the State and county lor twelve months for the small sum of -$100- p Q,,1 I ML Pt :#J -V.A s 1 WHERE WIND REALLY BUNTSlllO WASTE Una to Vcraclowa Kmmr It Would B« Hard to Scat th* Brand in tha 8und«war Stata. The western "cyclone" has manjr strange antics to it* credit, but, if we may lielieve Mr. T\fter$' story in the Kansas City Star, the high wind of tía* open prairie are even more to be dreaded than the whirling force of the tornado. "There are sonif things that an old resident learns out ther...

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

* m FOR SALE—A fine « rm near JN i - m m- ■ ■ Caldwell. Apply at this office. Mi*. W. 8. Barmtt ««pent the week in Bren bam with relatives. O. L. Ssholttmaun of Temple if down ou a visit to relutivea. Mrs P. P. Mikeska is spend ing three weeks in lieeville. Mrs. J. R. Blocker and child ren of Lyons uro visiting H. Montague and family. H I. E. Brooks nnd little sor went to Marliu Tuesday to spend ten davs with relatives. Mr. and Mr*. M. Scott Barnett of Tyler visited relatives Ler« this week. J. W. Porter Sr., and wife o Morgan spent the week hen with relative?. Mrs. John Hudson Jr., anc baby of Brownwood are visiting the family of John A. Hudson- Miss Lula Morgan has gom to Wagonner, Oklahoma, on at extended visit to relatives. Miss Marie Stone has return ed from a visit to friends ii Cameron. For ftent=tiood, cool, frorr room, screene 1 and furnished if West* Ca'dwell. Apply at Led ger office. The two story building for tht Bowers-Krenek Land Company will be ready for occupancy nex...

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