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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 August 1913

HUI atoii that awful ftoU from •ntf other akin Iraublt* u two too good to b« true—but It l« and at vanan fa M. Juat • few drop of tha «Imple, oool- W wash, the D.D.I). Prescription for ■ama, and the Itch «tops tnatantly. 'a give you enough to prove It for CO Haw, If you have tried a arrant many uraa for tcaania and taave been dlaau* pointed, do not.make tha mistake oi rofualny to try thl« «oottunir wash. All other druKKlniu keep Ihix D.D.D. Pre- aerlptlon—«o to them If you can'c come to U —but If you coma to our •tore we will give you the llret dollar bottle on our jMialtlve no pay guaran- tee. that P.D.D. will stop the Itch at onoe. D.D.D. BJkp keepa the pores healthy; aak ua aevut It. St'*iif &* Mitrhrwk WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Pid your know that o^jr stock of Staple «cu! Fancy Groceries aré all fresh «nil wholesale* that's why Wc a?>\ ycu'to u call around when in need of anything in the Grocery line. ma fj i v L a*, a If you need anything In this line, why .«ee us before bu&...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 8 August 1913

Brewer went to Monday to visit relatives Miss Myrtle Itunlcle is visiting relatives in Taylor. Vasor Nix has moved into his ew bungalow residence. Mrs. M. 8 Douglass went to Thrall Saturday to visit reía tives. Clyde Parmer anu wife, of Am arillo, visited relatives and friends here this week. Igi*' i i 1 Mrs. J. H. Siseara returned to •Taylor after visiting relatives in this county. Miss Hazel Williams returned to Somerville Tuesday from a ▼isit to friends here. Mrs. Ninnie Curry Allen after visiting relatives here, returned to Sweetwater Saturday. J. E. Collins and wife are spend ing a month with relatives in Weir and Weston. Mrs. Nolan Houston returned to Waco Saturday after visiting relatives in this county. Womble Mclver and wife went to Buckholts Monday to visit rel- atives. W Miss Anna Holik went to Cam- eron Monday to visit her sister, Jfrs. Prank Lesovsky. John Burns has accepted a po- sition as brakeman on the Santa Fe with headquarters in Temple. Miss Tennie Butler of Hous...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

Burleson Covnty L Naktva nal<ibMiih d lr P4 Conaol'^atad Chroitle* ' iaco Alay 1397 lumne XXIX AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ..''I "?a& Consolldat c Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday August 15, 1913 Number 34 WHEN THE FARMER SELLS HIS COTTON, Stock or other products, places his money in this bank and pays his bills by check he gets a legal receipt for each and every payment made-he also has a complete re- cord of his bu3iness affairs without the complicated ecí of boohs. Why Not Come In And Important Notice To Subscribers The Postal Laws require a publisher of ¡1 newspaper to drop from his mailing list all names of , subscribers who are in arrears for more tInn twelve month'*, , unless he has a promise from the j subscriber that it will be paid at some specified time. We dislike very much to cut £mil Fanlkenbe'l Fas Narro i Escape Emil Faul ken berg had a nar row escape from b< ing killed or receiving great bodily injury Saturday afternoon. He had been to town and was returnin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

Guy Douglusa visited hi* broth' *r Clifford, in Ki «ebu J tl.it week. C. R xMhhoii was * Chriesumn visitor here Tne«dn>. Mies Annie Stocktm is on a visit to relatives in Lexington. Ed York of Lexington, wa* here on business Tuesday. W. II. Jenkins returned Mon ilny f.'um a visit with relative- in Duvi:?, Oklahoma. Mr . Sallie Dms- of Rosebud, is visiting her oUter. Mrs. J. 11 Brewer. Miss Sadie Liebeman of Wa •co, is the jiuest of H. Lieberman and funnily. J. C. Harriett is located at W. S. Barnef/s store wheie he will buy cotton. Prof. Alex Stephens has re- turned from an extent el visit to Jaspsr. Mrs. Joe Wotipka of Bellvjlle, h visiting the family r-f PranK Matejka. Dr. A. H. Foster and family liave returned from MHrlin where they were on an extended visit. Fred Sii ff.in has eone to Cor- pus C¡u i9tt to spend a week ot business. Mrs. Marie Broaddus and oh i I dren of Galveston, nre thegue«t> of frieud and relatives. Miases Lela G ra bow ttnd Marj Addinon are visiting in M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

r 4 1 1 AH Skin Remedies Fan? Tlav« ;*o*i trloil r.M Ci u<lverU«-Hl •kin remedio* without nu'ow*? Hutu you Kouiiht medie* 1 tioulini'iit In vuln? And yuu Mill Miff-•)■ from Unit lrrii.it- Inic Itch, that horrible, uitwitfl tl>* #Uln diiMUM-r l*o not t*t> «palr. Come to our «tore on'! we will OUAKANTKK YU1' 1 N.ST ANT Itii- LllCh'. Wu will U-t juii have a full ■lie 1'iittl" of the Ii.Ij.I). I'rvMcrlptlon for Koaeiua. a tUmpl.-, .uiilmptk- «nsli, on our I'opitlvc i:i>nr mtr ■ that iiiiIchm It stops lUu itch AT UÑCid it will cu t you not a rent. You owe It to your. M-lf to tukt> ailvuiiiutin of thin otter. Wu m°e coniUlcni It will *ur<- . .il or wo could not ufford to make tin- offer. 1 >.L .l>. Is 11 pene! rati.ijf liquid that kllle and wukIii-h uway dlneuuo tfenof. leaving the akin hiiiooIIi unil healthy. A 60c bottle la enough to atart th* cure of the moat ohntlnute cimcH of 13<'B«mu. i'HorluflH unl allied «llaeuaae. D.n.U. M<mp la u vuluuüie aid. As* u...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

SECRET THAT CAMEL HOLDS Alen* of All Living Things That Anl mal Know* the On« Hundredth Nam* of Allah my Tho Burleson County PubHshinf Co. W. W. RANKIN, NiBlfer tered at the poatof1^ •! Caldwell. Texas as accouú-clww mall matter. . 1 ' Advertising Ratea One Insertion 20c per inch PER MONTH The following number of lochs must be used weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. 1 to 0'* indis «Oe per Inch 10 to 30 •« Mte " " 30 to 50 •« -4*0 " " SO to 100 44 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers " cento per line each insertion Subscription Per Year $1-50 T.iree tn >nths •Vic, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPER The little country newspaper may suffer badly in comparison with the big dailies on tho basis of price and size and as a matter of value received; but the country weekly means more than a quid pro quo for one's money. It is a part of the community and is direct- ly connected with every person in It. It records the day and hour of « chi...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

THIS IS THE WAY WE DO !i! Your Grocery bill will be cut about half in two if you do your buying at our store. We arc Here For Business And we assure you that we can please. We want your business. Come in today. 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 >osted on ¿the local lappeiiing's of the State and county t/ for twelve months for the small sum of $100- My FRKOERICK FINN. The man who said marriage waff s habit was probably right, and herein lies the reason why (he percentage of marriages among widows is w high. Once you have been aecus- tomcd to the companionship of the opposite sex it is dillicult to do with- out it. No one expected that Geoff ry Hamilton would marry again when Agatha died; but he did, and this is bow it eaine to pass, and the seque!. For fifteen years the Hamilton* were almost ideally happy, arid then fhe subtle element of jealousy crept into their relations. It was n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

ir Ldners ta par Una first >n. All reader until ardered aut. Official Statement of the Finan- cial Condition af the FIRST STATE BANK. At Caldwell, State oí Texas, at the close of busine** on the'ithcluy oí Aug. 191.5, published in the Caldwell Ledger, |ii ne\vsj>u|ier printed and pub- ' lished at Caldwell, State of Texas, on the 15th day of Aug, 1913. plant la inaured in tl a Mutual Fire Insurance ktian af Tex88, head- Cuera, Taxaa. Gat jour Wall Paper . o 90 per caifct dincou it at Caldwell furniture Co., POR KENT— > i h furnished loom. Apnl at hKker Office. "LIV-VER-LAX, the liver iegu- lator. Asc The Caldwell Drug Company. Get y nr Wall Haprr Now. 20 pn* rent discount ^ Caldwell Furniture Co., I I If you wan* pure milk or cream delivered ri<jht at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp, phone r 20 per cent off • n Wa'l Paper •t the Caldwell Furniture Co. Quae i Quaht / Talcum, 25 eent« for bi* can. In Violet, Trailing. Arbutus or i ose. Try a can. Stone «.V Hitchcock. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

n HAPPENINGS OVE ft COUNTY Reported to ts by our Lívj Sia'f : of Correspondents Each Week Cooke* Point I Clack Jack J. "M. Nuiiley ami S. R. liny i The stork viwited Mr. ami Mrs. of Robertson county hi«* now vis- ¡T. L. Doss one d*y thi*« week and iting relatives and friendo in this ; loft a fino boy. It Heetns that tl e section. | babes are all boye. Once in a Dock Willinnham mix) wife have; while thnre is a stray girl tho'. <a fi >o baby ¿íiri, it wis born ori *íhe 1-t inst. Dock sans it is not a. lirge baby but it is a v<-ry pret- ty on;'. Of coni sp 1) >ek think* •ao because it in hid and lie loves it. 1 thought jus', as Do :>< thinks when our tirst «rirl una horn It is sure hot and dry rait this way; cotton opening very fast, The first ba'e of cotton has been gnthered, hauled to town, and sold by T. L. Doss. Toiu's l.ale brought him 11 ¡05 cents per pound. Mrs. Arie Kproles, and daugh- ter, Orie, were the gtieitsof Mrs. Annie Willard Sunday ever ing. Deo Tood ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 15 August 1913

Mill e Wei Jerhold is vis relative i t his week in Bren John Knox, county surveyor of oounty, visited relatives hei week. Miss Willie Atkinson return •d to Killeirdast week after vis th^family of E. Pi Mueller * $ tL C.Clark is spending soma time at Mineral wells for liis Jhealth. Miss Francas Allen cf Cj lveit is visiting the family of Chaxlie • Oliver. lli«s Krnest Robins returned to Chrissntan Sunday after vis iting relatives here. Mies Hazel Powell returned to Aostin Monday a'ter visiting the family of Charlie Gerland. J. W. Kajradale has jfone to Brenham where he will buy cot ton this season. Sheriff's Sale THE STATE OF TEXAS ) County of Burieeon Notice is hereby given that by ▼irtae of a certain order of sale issued out of the Honorable Dis trict court of Burleson county on the 16th day of June, 191 f{. by G. W. Grant, clerk of said court for the sum of Two Hund- red and Eighty (2*0.00) dollars costs of suit, under a mort Lien, in favor of P. L:i hey & Co., in a certain ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

■ -I j Burleson Covnty Ledger C«l«bll h*d l«f4 Consolidated Chronloi* IBOO May ISO y rolumne XXIX AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday August a9, 1913 Ladgsr Ealabllah d ISOT Ronaolldalaa P«b. (Oil Number A CHECKING ACCOUNT MAI(ES IT EASIER For You to Save APART OF YOUR INCOME. Ü the financie! affairs; it a convenience became yen al- ways have Che exact change; «lands for seJety as your money is oat of the way of the ''small purchase** temptation, loss by fire, etc. Why not start a cecking account at this bank, conserve your income and get a receipt for each and every time you pay money to anyone? The First State Bank^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund BanK Three Mexicans Pan ra Edwards' Badly Injured Fi*,re* Three Mexican were badly crippled up In the yards of the • Houston and Texas Central rail road Saturday afternoon about 1 o'clock. A string of boarding cara was standing on the aide track where they have been standing for the feat two week«| and the Mexicana ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

wqfzi 'V,™ ■ ir Liners its per line flret All readers until ordered out. To the Patrons of the Cald- well City Schools. The 101314 cession of the Caldwell City Schools will begin September 8. During the first week of school examinations will bo given those pupils who wish try for higher stuuding. Please do not ask that your children he promoted when they have not completed their last year's work. Last year we had more failures tfcan fdi4'arty one session within AmM : KI«*dHW Q4«n4 0.*l> ¡year*. The. reason we give for this is the:children were allowed to leave Heme, more at nights than formerily. \Verhad to stop the enforcement of a rule regulating this because t!ie lawp did not sustain us. Won't you piense make n law of your own and aid your tenchers in giving you belter schools? Experience has taught in that society and school work do not go hand in hand Thanking you for your past support. 1 ura, very truly yours, J. M. Smith, Supt. lent is insured in the Mutual Fire Insurance ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

■ ? . HAPPENINGS OVER COUNTY Reported to tie by our Live Staff : of Correspondents Each Week Black Jack. Harvest lias when rno<t <of Us are engaged In picking cot- ton. It h'hiuh that ever '< n* i* working wfth all of his tuififhfc to complete the job at uu early May thia season. It rrní ?* in* foe I Vjlad io report our country in progress and ev«n with excite tnent. J, P. Skinner, nay h« feels as if ho were ¡n a «,er¡ou*< predici- tnent since his blood has gotten in a poisoned condition nod core- boils are some of his visitors, but unwelcome ones. Mr. Henry Hurrough's family wer" viaitinsr Mr. Frank (>riffin visited relatives here this week Sundav in t!ie afternocn. .1. B Chriei.Tian Chats. E iraiers iu this vicinity tire rushi ijf with all their mii ht to get there cotton «11 gathered white the whether is dry, and the stfiple U in good cunditon, nud t'iey ure Mulling it as fast us they iret it ready for the market, as the price, so far, h is been very sitiflfact.)ry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

CNMtflKfliCr By TH My Publishing Co. W. W. RANUN. Naaaier. ■Km! at the poitoIMi «* Celáwell, Texas. ■Mil matter. Advertising Om Insertion _ 20o per Inch PElt MONTH The following number "f Incli niu«t be weekly to obtain thee monthly rote t to * inch «0° P*r l°ch 10 to 80 " 500 so to GO " «o " " 50 to 100 " - « « All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers " 1-2 cents per line each insertion < Subscription Per Year Si-50 T.i months •We, Si months <5c (Invariably in Advance.) A Defeated Candidate's Experience The following is the expense ac- count of a defeated candidate, and as an election year is now opening up some may profit by Ms exper- ience: "Lost 4 months, 23 days canvass- ing; 1349 hours sleep thinking about the election; 5 acres of cot- ton, 23 acres ot corn, a whole sweet potatoe cr >p, 4 sheep, 5 shoats and 1 beet given to barbecues, 2 fr >nt teeth anda considerable quantity of hair in personal >kirnisn. Gf«\e away S7 p'.u^s of tobacco, 20,849 dr.nk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

i THIS IS THE WAY WE DO i Your Grocery bill will bo cut about half in two if you do your buying at our store. We arc Here For Business And we assure you that we can please. We wan" ycur business. Come in today. Thornton Grocery Co. r'% DO YOU I f so, why not sub-; ser i he at once for! your home Paper, Burleson County f t II will keep you posted 011 the local happenings of the State and county for twelve months for the sm all sum of $100- Subscribe Now ENTENTE COMIALE "Wo really ought to ask Cousin Sue ami her Jlance to dinner in ion," «aid Olive, with a littlo nigh. ''It'i •everal wit-ka now niñee the engage- ment was announced." "Y ," agreed mother briskly; "8ue'§ been like one of our own *inre «he was a little girl, though we haven't wen much of her lately; and liU folks being connected with fa- ther's business ought to make us all the more interested. Let'# gel the thing settled this evening. 1 wish we knew more about him and bis family, ibe little I've beard gave me the impress...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

P#'f*íS / i IL ITEMS. Mis* Mini ie otokej relumed tu Uhi'ie tnuu Ti eadny. U> —————————— Mebdauies Cu i a Ciiroll and Hob Bell returned M eánesday from visiting in Navasota. LTV-VER-LAX FOR SICK Hi AOACHE Misa Nora Kieb is visiting friunddand relatives in Bellville, Sealy, «ud oilier points. Mis Minnie Moore has return- ed from Temple where t-he has been spending some tune fur I er health. Mísh Fannie S'one Ims return- ed from spending two month* in Dallas, Georgetown und other places. H. Alford and son. R- A. Alford, left Wednesday on a business trip to Urownwood and Ballinger. ••a. Jerry Murphne (nee Miss "Willie Sullivan) of Taviston, Ariz., i- the fruests of her grand mother, Mrs. C. \Y. Sulliv&n. C. R. All^n and family of Hill "County have moved to this county and are located in the Cooke.* point section where lie will fat ro. Miss Henrietta Elzel left Wed- nesday to visit her sister Mr*. A. M. Weyund of Cameron and from thwe will tro to Gidrings to attpnd the teavheri i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

Ives Can't Cure Eczema rornrd to rtdn <11 son ho*. n •silent fiirrii nail <lcnt*rar thetn. thort T" lioritiiB ure now agreed oc UiIm: ou t Imprison tho .ll.p.ine * rwii In r xklii by the nee of greaay salve , thus encourage them to multiply, true oure of all eesematomi <IN*am■.* I b« brought uhoiii only by umIiik ( healing a«entM In th« form ot a nld. WASH THE OBRM8 OFT. i «Imple waiti: A cwtnpound of Oil Wlntergreen, Thymol, «ml oth«-r in- idlent* us combin« it tn P.lvo, ilpUvu. TUiit pv viru tea to tlie son ¡¡iMithfj) and Heuls tlie akin aa nothing tlm han ever «lone. A 60 cent bottl« will «tart the cure and (five you mutant relief. Wo have modo fa ft friends of more than one family by reeammendatlnjr . — t h-N n.l> P. Prt Fcrlptlfn to a xkln mif- feror he«e and there, and *«, want you C* t'i try It now on our ponltlve pay guar- VU,M " vll, DUriCSOfl COU autre. li.n.O. Hoap kcepa t!iu poroa clean i a lt ua. stone tc Hitehcoik Ml^fl jF*M\A/et^-Sve-c Co. PHONE 238 Cor. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 29 August 1913

i to Mr. and Mr . J. D. last Friday, a tine boy. Dixie Jenkins wont to Monday to visit friends to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Saturday night, a girl. W. W. Rankin made a business ip to Houston the last of the -f? * . • -*T7 lfrs> A. C. Franklin has re- to Rosebud after visiting ves. IftftfiftflSftftftSfiftfifiSftftttiiASTIC F$!M66 6M6866i J. E. Humphreys of Stratford, • was here on business the of the week. Miss Alice Echols has returned Chriesman after a visit to Alma Calhoun. Mrs. John Vinson spent a few in Thornedale with friends first of the week. Mrs. C. Onstott and children of Decatur, Arkansas, are on an extended visit to friends. Collie Wyett and family went to Rosebud last Friday to spend Jfome time with friends. T. H. Brewer is remodeling his iKmse into a two-story, making it quite an attractive building. George Ransom and family of Uberty county, are on an ex- tended visit to friends and rela- Gsrpenters have about com- a new residence for Peter south of the park at the I • • W...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 September 1913

Burleson N*wi rdiMbllrh«d I IP 4 ronaoi'^ntud Chroiilo'o ' * IQ-O may I J0 7 AIND NEW H *OINICLH Volumnc XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday September 5, 1913 A CHECKING ACCOUNT MAKES it easier For You to Save A PART OF YOUR INCOME. It also promotes accuracy in the handling of your financial affairs; is a convenience because you al- ways have the exact change; stands for safety es your money is out of the way of the "small purchase" temptation, Job by fire, etc. Why not start a cccking account at this tank, conserve your income and get a receipt fcr each and every time you pay money to anyone? The First State Banl^ CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Fund Banl^ Mrs. J. P. Evwin Dead A Runaway Mrs. LuhKivin, wife of J. I'. Erwin, died at their home in Ganso last Fridn.x morning at the age of 519 yours, and the re- mains were laio • rest in the cen«etery there the next after- noon. She was a daughter of Dr. R. C. Porter and ¿fe, and was born in Mississippi September 10, 187." , but cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 September 1913

Liners par lint first AU mdera •rteid out. iplaat to insured in the Mutual Pira lnaurance of Texas, head- ■re, Toxaa. 'your Wall Paper Now. oent discount at Caldwell iture Co., LIV-VER-LAX, the Uver regu- Ask The Caldwell Drug pany. Got your Wall Paper Now. i par cent discount at Caldwell nrniture Co., If you want pure milk or cream "irered right at your door ev- day, aee Reid Philp, phone A PAPER WITH WIRELESS NEWS County Clerk Joseph Woi| drash has in his liossession four copies of the pai>er issued on board the steamer Denver whi'e on his ret urn trip from New York to Galveston. The news was rt* ceiled by wireless telegraph ard consisted of the latest news in regard to the Mexican situation, base ball news, market reports, the conviction and sentence of Leo M. Prank and the latest de- velopments in the Harry K. Thaw case, so, while out at sea, they kept posted as to what was transpiring on land. * 90 per cent off on Wall Paper aft the Caldwell Furniture Co. Queen T a 1 o u id,...

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