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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 July 1913

■ SfcsBsJWPJi® |H if -.v v' '-, -^Smfíí ;':'■ ' i ■V'^1 ■ i. «Í5 ...SBUfS 1-3 off from the regular price, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT All dwiin and skirts war* formerly 910.00 1-3 off $6.68 " " •• " •• $7.50 " $8,00 " " " " " $6.80 " $4.38 41 " 85.00 " $3.38 Also Chilclrens Drosses From 75c up. Rcduccd Accordingly ABOUT 50 PAIR ^.3s aTO' Women's Oxfords, running in regular price from $3 to 94 the pair, you may have your choice for $1.60 the pair. Sizes 2 1-2 to 4. They come in black, tar* Velvet, Suade and Patent. LOUIS SE1GLE DRV GOODS Tjftc Store that Srows de So//s J'or jCoss. J Fanam Üiím Continued from Pafe a. «■ Fojt-Skabanek Realty Co We lmv« ;iist - IM IM eil n real ewtate business and have ii'auy fiue farms lifted in the Merle, Kebesta and Snook i U!Ur\ al fr«>::i ¡#11 t« SlO<> an aero. If you have a place lur sale list it with u* and we will try to f crll it for you. Fojt & Skrabank, PTerle, Texas. f instant Relief from Eczema 4 Yoti e<*n «top that nwf il 1...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 4 July 1913

Interest A. E'lis w<nt to Austin un Saturday. ■"■ « City Marshall \va busy lay arid Tuesday giving out Ui£S. Mrs. W. R. Ferguson and ehil of Fort Worth, are visiting the family of J. R Milliard. C. G. McOre> for of Houston is Visiting his brother, Dr. .1. C. McGregor. The recent rains have added many thousand dollars to the agricultural wealth of the county. Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Collins returned to their home in Fort Worth Sunday. W. C. Barnett has returned home from a visit with his broth ér at Lampasas * 111 ^ J. H. Webb and. wife of Bryan, "Wereguests of Mrs. J. P. Oliver and family the past week. Mrs. Mattie EHictt, of Ledbet- ter, was a guest of fr'.ends and relatives here this week. Rev. A. S. Broadous, who is holding a meeting at Lyons, was up between trains. Mrs. Dr. Stead man left Satur- day for her home at Taylor, af- ter a visit to the family of 'Squire W. N. Heslep. A. Sion and wife returned tc aeir home at Kyle last Saturday altera visit with T. F. Gilley and uy. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

¿ ",. " ,v k 4 . # PS f!<J ,$A. .¿A \ N*WBR«labll«>h d I' Chronic^ • • • II Volumne XXIX Conaolldft«4 W«v AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday July n, 1913 AS A STRONG. ONSERV ATI VELY M a n a g e d In- stitution which meets the require- ments of its customers with a spirit of fair- ness to all interests concerned, wc Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage assuring you that your account will be appreciated and given careful attention and the full confidential projection ac- corded accounts now on our books. WHSil The pirst State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS GuararV.y puVid Ben*, Cumberland Presbytery Meets. The Austin Presbytery of the Cumberland Presby terian church convened in the Presby- terian church at Chriesman one night the past week with a fair representation of ministers pres- ent and Rev. L. C. Sharp, re- tiring moderator, presiding. The opening sermon was preached by Uev. W. J. Lackey, I). D. president of Cumberland College of Leonard. Rev. L. H. Davis ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

- Caldwell Furniture your new shades. in daws titdfed* and guaranteed. •LAX, the liver regu The Caldwell Drug Itiliu Asp —T assortment of new at the Caldwell Furni y. Tlv easiest kept sanitary floor covering want pure ru&k or cream " right Bf your door ev Me Reid Fhiip, phone showing the finest line paper ever brought to The kind that looks wears well on tJhe walls kr home. . Caldwell Furniture Co., y Tailor Shop for fiirst- cleaning and praising. M.J.Burke, Prop., m frame your pictures. Caldwell Furniture Co.. , Calomel, get out of the let LIV VEK-LAX do rk. Purely vegetable. Caldwell Drug Co. >ia Phonographs and A new supply of re- in* Caldwell Furniture Co. r be constipated, when you UV-VER LAX at the i Drug Company. shipment of the lates* piano just arrived. Caldwell Furniture Co. misses' and child i at half price at Cobb't expecting the biggest i of small rugs, and art ever received by tbis Due in a few days. Call look at this display, patterns. Caldwell Furniture Co. L—...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

'fe/flS# f i'v « ■i/iM a. * <, ^ • ®' mmÁ. v • •' . .. ■ , V ' *ÍF U HAPPENINGS OVER COUNTY Rept^m to ui by our Ltvi Staff ol CorretpondottU Etch Wook Cooks Point f. "Mao and Willie^MKchell's barn an 1 seed house, with' tUeir 001 tcnu were burned by accident about dark Sunday bight; losa three hundred dollars; no insur- ance. Matches being left in the •barn by the children was sup- posed to be the cauae of the fire. A. Povrk, W. I'. Taylor and Frank Pollock were recently «•looted school trustees for this district. There was a revival service commenced at the Methodist church last Sunday, being con- ducted by Rev. Kemp. Tliero was a>i ice cream supper at J. W. Sherrill'H last Saturday ra¿ht, it was enjoyed by all who attended. Kates Pressley and his w fe of Hryun are visiting relatives aud friends in this section. J. J. Pressley nnd two of his Hons, .J. 1). nnd Willie, went lust Sunday to visit hi* Ron in-law, Mr. C'iiwley, who live near Wa- co and is very sick. Ye scribe hikes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

at Um postotftM «t CaMwell, Texas Advertising R Insertion 20c per Inch PER MONTH following number of Inch must be reekly to obtain the© monthly rate. , 914 inch* *>c per inch )to « « ;; ;; l to SO « 450 SO to 100 44 - 40c 44 « All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ? 1-2 cents per line each ">n Subscription Per Year #1-50 Three months 60c, Si* months /5c (Invariably in Advanee.) Now that the city has cut the weeds oil the streets let every citizen get busy and cut all the weeds off their premises and clean up around their yards. Last week on the tented fields of historic Gettysburg there were gathered 50,000 veterans, the rem- nant of the two great opposing armies that a half century ago grappled in one of the bio >diest battles that was ever waged be- tween two opposing armies, The Blue and the Gray have met, after these long years, to shake han^ls in friendship and forgiveness over the blood stained soil where their comrades fought and died in the awful batt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

' r THIS IS OUR & To keep l\t standard quality of our good high and sell as low es p >ssible, quality of goods considered. WE NEVER FOOL ANYBODY If you are looking for the best Groceries at the lowest possible prices see Thornton Grocery Co. V ' DO YOU READ? If so, why not sub- scribe at once for your home Paper, Burleson County Ledger It will keep you )osted on the local lappenings of the State and county for twelve months for the small sum of -$100- Subscribe e \ ¿SL-. HAVE 000D CUIM TO NAME Kew OardMM in Inflan# Haw* Lang Baan Celebrated aa Among tha World's Finest. The pre-eminence of Kewr garden in the botauicul world dates from 1773. In the preceding year George III. was iadneei Up, bovA one of the gardeners fo tho Cupe oiGood Hope, providing his expenses do not exceed $1.'K)0 a year," and he brought back 10!) species of new plants. This col- lection being entirely new to Europe, placed the gardens at Kew above all those on the continent. Similar ex- peditious were sent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

iAS¡. ipf; i;. m Mm : $&■■■ r,v' f'fe. &• láfi •:. • ' •I latereü W. A. Lyon of Somorville was ft business visitor here Monday. T. F. Gilley made a buHuets trip to Dallas Wednesday. E. F. Mueller made a business trip to Bartlette this week. Rev. J. C. Carr has been at Fulshenr this week assisting in ■a revival. The B. Y. P. U. has suspended till the first Sanday in Septem- ber. C. E. Martin of Lampasas was dowu this week two or three days on business. SmrkM Starts July 19th. Mrs. M. J. Philpleft Wednes- day on an extended visit to her mother in E:iu Claire, Wisconsin. Miss Myrtle Jones returned to Taylor Wednesday after visiting .^Irs Rush Whaley. Ab Hughes returned Wednee- flay from a business trip to Han ■Antonio. J. W. Porter and wife have re- turned to Morgan after visiting relatives in this county. J. C. Carrington of Bay City is the guest of his son, E. E. Car rington. Mrs. R. F. Stokes of San An- tonio is on a visit to parents, He v. and Mrs. W. S. Lackey. 8heriff L. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

Xi I me —i AmendmeS|5^ téba Voted on July 19 Glvaa* itha Legislature Full Power to Haaue Unlimited Bonds for ICertein Purposes Without a Vote of the People.. * The lÍTOfítei of the amend ment call It the Educational Amend*, pi+nt, and never «ay anything about the Penitentiary System or It * «mlimlted bond feature*, it they can help it. Tbey claim that it la «imply to bond the property of the Univeraity. That it ia to provide- !/ T*""! ?#, hHii<>iU«a tor the L'nhrermty, the BUM A^lum, the [ tunado Asylums, the Deaf and uumb Atykun and ail of ther state tlonpals and the Coiiese of Induatrial Arta. Them la not a Un in the amendment which aaya anything in K world about bonding the property or mortgaging the property of Uslvaraity. There ia not a Une in the amendment to compel the Legislature to esa any port of the Univeraity funds u> pay the interest on or t pay the bonds. There is not a line or word ta the amendment about a fireproof building of any kind. There is no m«ntion w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 11 July 1913

ÜMH^hhbh T/W/T/W/V/W/W/WjW/W/WJW/W/Y/WjW ÍSNÉÍÉÍSÍÍÍ $MmmÉ0feM üw 'í'!1 1'^®!"^ ' ' S , . r-,., ,-v , 4. f ., -t MOON BROTHERS BUGGIES. NOTHING BETTER ON THE MARKET i iteW Bvec i visiting in lie. trf Swat the fly and cut tie llrs. G. A. Lewis of Lyons ar rived Sunday to visit her sister Al i's. W. 8. Barnett. i'i D- Q Cox shipped a car of calves and beef cattle of his ow raising to Fort Worth Monday, .1 Miss Lillian Polansky went to Fayetteville Friday to visit rela lives. Mrs. D. G. Bowers and New ton Churchill returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in Lyons W. B. Silliinan and family 'Visited relatives in Brownwood this week. ' Prof. W. W. Lackey came down from Austin and spent Satur day and 8unday with his parents T. G. Johnston and wife of San Francisco are here visiting relatives. Mrs. C. E Lindsey returned to Granger Saturday from visit ing relatives. Mrs. W. E- Eason who has n visiting relatives near Deanville returned to Waco Sat nrday. Miss Jeffa Simpson went to Morgan S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

Naw« lio'* Volumne XXIX . . . „ AS A STRONG wONSERV ATIVEL¥ M a n a g e d In- stitution which meets the require- ments of its ^customers with a spirit of fair ness to all interests concerned, we Guaranty Fund Bank; AND NEWS-CHRONICLE '^exsuassss Caldwell, Burlecon County. Tena, Friday July i8,1913 DESPERATE NEGRO DISARMS OFFICER Moore Adams is Still it Large- Wantel For Many Burglaries, Which Have Been Going on For Several Months. Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage assuring you that your account will be appreciated and given careful attention and the fill confidential proteo! ion ac- corded accounts now on our books. The First State BanK * CALDWELL, TEXAS Last Thursday morning Con- table Ira Haddox went with A. 13. Duckworth out to the house occupied by Moore Adams, colored, to see about a phono- graph which Mr. Duckworth be* lieved was his. They walked up to the house and Haddox walked in and was looking at the phono- graph when he saw a negro to the nearest phone and put in a cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

Windows fitted and guaranteed. VER-LAX, the liver regu- Ask The Caldwell Drug assortment of new m at the Caldwell Furni- pany. The easiest kept most sanitary floor covering, ' i. - * you want pure milk or ereatn rered right at your door ev- day, see Reid Philp, phone We are showing the finest line wall paper ever brought to well. The kind that looks and wears well on the walls your home. Caldwell Furniture Co., ® City TaUor Shop for fiirst- cleaning and pressing. M. J. Burke, Prop , Ijet us frame your pictures. Caldwell Furniture Co., Oh. Calomel, get out of the and let LIV-VER-LAX do work. Purely vegetable, the Caldwell Drug Co. Columbia Phonographs and is. A new supply of re- i just in* Caldwell Furniture Co. Hhy be constipated, when you buy L1V-VER-LAX at the Drug Company. A big shipment of the latest for piano just arrived. Caldwell Furniture Co. llu Mary tained Wedn «ni. honor of her visiting guest, Miss Ruth Bed berry, of FayelteviUe, N, C, arid Miss Evelyn Banders of Bryan. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

A Birch. The far mera art busy gather- ing their dodder these days." There was given hi the resi- dence of F. Popek an ice cream «upper and a dunce last Tue « «day night, there being a nice «crowd in attendance. Mr*. T. A. Schoppe, of Row- •enu. is visiting her iister, Mr . .Louis Kiel uear Deanville. Mrs. Rosa L tan<i and daugh- ter, MÍ89 Stacy L land, visited It. C. Poehla' last week. There wub a b^ll tfame at EKrdsong Saturday afternoon between the toum at Dimebox and Hirch, the scoro standing 7 *o 15 in favor of Birch .JuliuH tichoppo of Hirch went to se* his sister at Snook last Sunday aft*rno.m. Miss Bet ie Poehls visited the family of Gus Everhardt lust Sunday. Many of the young people at- tended the party at the resi- dence of A. Biinktnuu last Sun day night nud had a nice time. Misses Alvina and Mary Vykukal spent 8unday at Fren «tat, the guests of .John Sab- iatura and family. Black Eyed Girl. When Your Liver Goes Wrong. Nearly Everybody Needs Liver Stimulant at'one tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

Jm I*, K: p'"'. :- Kit i ■ H lk< Batored at the poatofrv- %t Caldwell. Texa«, u wcottb-daH Advertising R«t « One Itiaertiou - ~ 20e per iuch PER MONTH The following number of Inch must be need weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* 1 to «% Iuch* ®0e per inch 10 to 30 " -«* " " 30 to 50 " 45e « " SO to 100 " «c •« " AU advertising run until ordered ont. Local readers ^ cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Year Si 50 Three months 50c, Si* month 75c (Invariably in Advance.) "In drilling into this tooth," said the dentist, *'Ifind tbat little specks of gold adhere to the instrument. It must have been filled once be- fore." "No sir; it hasn't been filled before," said the man in the chair. "I think you must have struck my back collar button." The most perilous hour of a per- sons life is when he is tempted to despond. The man who loses his courage loses all. There is no more hope for nim than there is for a dead man. it matters not, how- ever how much he may be pushed by circum...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

* * i a f To keep the ttendard quality of our goods 1 i jh and sell as low es possible, quality of goo is considered. WE NEVER FOOL ANYBODY If you are looking for the best Groceries at the lowest possible prices see Thornton Grocery Co. DO YOU READ? If so, why not sub- scribe at once for your home Paper, Burleson fo be Veted on Mr 19 Mat to flu Mein, le tie to Officers, and to the . Issuance of Bonds by the Legislature. Ledger It will keep you )osted on the local lappenings of the State and county for twelve months for the small sum of -nao- Subscribe Now. Tbere are three constitutional amendments la be voted on Saturday, July 19, 1913. The first amendment relates to tbe Judiciary. Tbe only chancea of Importance proposed Is that tf this amendment is adopted more than one Judge can be elected for each judicial district, and instead of requiring two terms of the district court In each county each year, tbe terms of holding the district courts will be determined by the legislature. If ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

Uarrett made a Itusinets to tirowton this eek. T. J. Carter of Komervlll wsí apon busiuess Wednesday. m Willie Atkinson of Kit "leen i! visiting the family of | lliss Cora Hundley bah re turned from un extended vi^i■ to Gatesville. Mrs. J. W. Page of Caaeror visited her sou 11. R. Page ape family here this week. F. Mueller Mrs. R. F. Pool and daughter, Misa Lorine, arc visiting the family of B. P. Delemater. Dr. Bat Smith of Bay City visited the family of Capt. M. L. Womack. of Brvan 8anlay •ven,D* «f r •UMM ' ákllu Aaé>hnD Paaiklflrf mg nU| i.wmm, Www Artnnr reruns vv om -*!***. *uh?wj liltidtfy and family, they had r.wo mUhups at GreenV* branch. The flr t accident happened to the car, and was, therefore,"pain- less. A tire was punotured by h tail in a plank on (he bridge on lie edge of which the ear wa« • ¡'ought t3 a standstill. All got 1 repairs could be'made, the second accident happen- dto Mr. Hundley and was pain- •ti!. He stepped on the end of a dank which fiew up and hit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

|HnsíyMM6:' V- }?•. -IBIWPfl. j, i fe -c1; Z,t Cotton Carnival Jvily 24 to August 3 OUS FARES—VARIOUS DATES via. Automobile R^ces July 28, 29, 20 Fcr rarilcviltrs ask K. TURPIN, Agent Caldwell, TcxolS. semaeHWE2BBkrEr««4aii6:i Fojt-Skabanek Really Co We have just etosblished n mil estate business unci have luar.y fine farms listed in th^ Merle, Sebes tit and hnomc country at from $11 to $l0o an net '. If y«>u have a ¡-lace (or stale li*t it with us and we will try to .sell it for you. Fojt& Skrabank, Merle, Texas. Sheriff's Sa'e if K 8TATB OP TKXAS I my of Burieeon \ (tico ¡8 hereby given that by e of a certain order of s;Ue icd c-ut of the Honorable Dis- ict court of Burleson county the ICth day of June, 10151, iJ. W. Grant, cleric of said for the sum of Two Hiind and Eighty *(2i-0.C0) dollar costs of suit, under it inort- Lien, in favor of F. I^a- ¡y & Co., in a certain cause in court, No. 0174 a n d led Frank Ln H a y A ,i Grin c o m p o nr ci Vullins, Joe S. Thorn p- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 18 July 1913

I wife visited > Cameron lwl week. H. Taylor and wife spent reek in l^ampasas visiting. Mrs. Frank Kadanka spent the Veek visiting home folks at Kurten. D. W. Burns went to Temple it Fri^y to liave his eves treated. "W. R. McCauiey returned to Port Worth last Friday after Visiting relatives in this county. Mrs. R. Koepke has returned ta Bartlett from visiting her aister, Mrs. R. S. Struwe, Sr. John Veiss and sister, Miss Katie, have gone to Waco to visit relatives. Mrs. Johnie Dulaney has re turned to Temple after visiting relatives. Miss Goldie Porter returned Friday from visiting relatives in Bichmond. Mrs. O. JL>. Early after visiting Iter sister, Mrs. Eld. Windel re- turned Saturday to Dallas. Bgpj Dick Perdue has returned from a ten days trip to Marlin and is much improved in his health by ibis sojourn there. Mesdames D. L. Alford and H. L. Broaddus returned last ¡Friday from visiting relatives in Brenham. Mrs. J. D. Harkin and child- . of Fort Worth are visiting the fami...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 July 1913

d&sxz?**"*9* Í:S¿ "sersmr1 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday July as, 1913 ^nttsuii«sar*st.wr.;! Number WANT TO ACCUMULATE more MONEY _ for the protection of your family and for your old age—tkat's natural. None of us want to be dependent upon others dur- ing the later years of life. Nothing com- plicated about Our Bank Account Plan the most practical plan yet devised for the conserving and protecting of one's income. Why not try it? The First State Ban^ ^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Bank The Gee Springs Camp Meeting The annual camp meeting at Gee Springs began Saturday night with a good attendance of camper , a good attendance of people from the surrounding country and a pretty good at- tendance of the people from town. The services are ably conducted by Rev. M. C. Bishop. The place is a beautiful one, in fact, a park, with umbrageous trees, in the (renter of which is the tabernacle where services are held, while at the upper edge of it is the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 25 July 1913

■i ■ '*>$: . • W. P. Bpeaait is t o C* .^.to * xjv\> u tilo i thii founjfcy. . : m Wm \ | I" &•& ÍM v *l" " ' ■ life 11 kÉÉ- * -■ ®K 'S- v B All .tut Ko ky «mi fall il.', of "Cleburne, uro \i-itiag relatives. W. J. Siujmsnf I'CudletOD vis- ited her a thij vnek. I Miss Le u Calvin has accepted a position as bookkeeper for J. 8> Burnett. ! 'Misses Kula nnd Katheriut Sale ure vieitiug relatives it f Richmond. Otis Rale and wife of Cleveland bio, are visiting the fuuiih rob Sale. .. Miss Raby Thomas of Somei ville, is a guest of Miss Maivii, Scott. Club reporters will take notie that club reports must be sen in not later than Wednesday fo; that week's paper. Stati men s cf Caldwell Residents. R. E. Etzel and daughter, Mrt. -A. M. Weysnd visited relative* in Temple this week. Mrs. H. C. Barnett and daugh ter, Miss Doris, of Brownwood <*tre visiting relatives. J. C. Jones returned Tuesday from visiting his daughter, Mrs Walter Werner, in Bdilvitle. Miss Carrie Kleb ret...

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