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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 September 1913

Itl • ' • O 1: " mm - ** % ', Remedies *a2o£ ^S* "uS* AT . all th« ilwllnd hout kuoeMB? Have tr«atm«nt In vttn! rm that irritat* unalcbtly akia Toíror#i N8Tant Jib? let you hav« a full i D.U.D. Prescription •tropin, antlaaptlo waah, iruaranuw that unlaaa UNCE it will voat you not a cant. You ew« It to Mif to taka advantage of tilia Wa ara confident it will auccaad or could not afford to make tlM offer. D.U.D. ia a penetrating liquid that killa and waahea away dlaeaae lernu, leaving the akin amooth and haalthy. A 60c bottle la enou«h to start the cure of the moat obstinate cueea or Ecaema. Paoriaala and allied- dlaeaae*. D.U.D. soap la a valuable aid, Aak ua about H, — Stone & Hitchcock Plwetz-Svéb Có. PHONE 238 Cor. Main and Buck Phone 238 Knadler & Lucas Octagon Chow Chow small bottle 15c K L Monogram t'how Chow :;v.15«, K it L Prepared "'SNW' i lar^e bottle K & L1 Prepared Masturd small bottles .... 15c k ¿c Ij Pepper Kauco/i....15o K * L Pepper Kuuce ... 15c Pickles i...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 19 September 1913

. '' wf i of Dr. U L. Renfro and wife were here the first of the Somerville y. J. Wot'pira returned the of the week from visiting near Buckholte. Vr— • The school housvat New Tabor kas been repainted and other -Wise nicely fixed up. Miss Eleanor Parmor left Monday to visit relatives in Plainview. i «1* R. S. Newsonie of the Brazos bottom was up on business Monday. ——* "'w "^Rev. and Mrs. W. S. lackey have returned from a two week's •visit to Houston and East Texas. Joe Smith left Monday night to go to school in Valparaiso, Ind., Harry Hudson wife and daugh- ter, of Fort Arthur are the guests of relatives* Cotton is begining to look pret- ty scarce in the fields on the up lands. Most of it has been gath- ered. ■ Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Berndt last Wednesday morn, ing, a boy. Carey Newcomb traveling with liead quarters in Dallas visited home folks here this week. P. D. Oliver who is traveling road stopped over and home folks here the first the week. Deputy Hezzie Cole- brtitoght up...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

*k cussasv"""*** ¡¡So "msiiisv AND NEUVfi-CHRONlCLB ^ s r.r.i8ss:,¿a ss.>nf;.* Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County. Texas, Friday September j6, 1913 ■ t WHILE 1 nviting the accounts of people of thin community we ap- preciate the fact thut there is something more to an ideal bank- ing relation than the mere ac- ceptance of deiio&its and the payments of checks. Por this reason we are constantly work- ing our bettor ideas and methods for making this bank even inore serviceable to our customers. We believe that this modern, progressive service, which em- braces many helpful features, will appeal to you. Even a small account started NOW means much more to you than one started in six months, A * The First State BanK CALDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Func' Bank THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE Are here of the beat, because we can- not get along without the l>e t. We are utvurate in mixing and putting up doctora' prescriptions and our din- eel the pentuiry in in charge of a skilled and few years...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

■in evt. . ut is insured in the Mutual Fire Insurant of Texaa, head* Cuero, Tsxss. Gst your Wall Paper Now. per cent discount at Caldwell iture Co., w k LIV-VKK LAX, the liver regu later. Ask The Caldwell Drug Company. Get your Wall Paper Now BO per cent discount at Caldwell Furniture Co., If you want pure milk or oream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp, phone 20 per cent off on Wall Paper •I the Caldwell Furniture Co. Oh. Calomel, get out of the •way and let LIV VER LAX do tins work. Purely vegetable. Ask the Caldwell Drug Co. It's m long time to wintér. Save 20 per cent on a Refriger «tor at the Caldwell Furniture C>., y "Why be constipated, when you can buy LIV-VER LAX at the Caldwell Drug Company. 10 per cent off on Wall Paper at the Caldwell Furniture Co., t 20 per oentoff on Refrigerators •ft Caldwell Furniture Co , ■t FOR SALE—A fine farm near Caldwell. Apply at this office. It's a long time to winter. Save 20 per cent on a Refriger- ator at the Cald...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

«■—T i f ij' THE STATE OF TEXAS, To t|w Sheriff or any constable of Burleson County•Uroetlng: You «re hereby commands' that, by making publioation of of thin citation in noma news- paper, published in the oount.v ul Burleson if there tie a newepapei published in said oounty, foj four weeks previous to the re- turn day hereof, you summon Mose Williams whoa« residence is unknown, to be and nppenr b>* fore the District Court, to be holden in snd for the Cuunty ol Burleson at the courthouse there of, in Caldwell on the 10th Mon day after 1st Monday in Sept 1913, bring 10th Nov. 1913 then and there to answer the petition of Henry M. Boulden at all filed in said court against the sai. Beele G us ties et all No. 6018 and alleging iu substance, a* folio* to-wit; That Melvine Mose?, Sam, Leona, Lo!a, Mary snd Davk: Williams, are minors; That Hens* Bould>n ami tho defendant ar the owiif'M in common of the fol lowing deserihed tract of land: First tract. A part of th* A. R Guild League i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

s * >' ' L ■ ,' ■ at Um ■mm. m m |i.-y. $ w Jü * i-m- Advertising RatM One Insertion —Me per Inch PER MONTH The following number of Inch must be need weekly to obtain thee monthly rate 1 to 9% Inch —«0c per inch 10 to 80 " . .60c " M 90 to 60 " ... 46e " " SO to 100 " - 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Tear Si.50 Three months 50c Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Telling The Truth. It is not pleasant and profitable -always to tell the truth in the columns of a newspaper. Men who have tried this heretofore have al- ways come to grief. Only a few days ago the editor of a paper in Indiana grew tired of being called a liar, and announced that he would tell the truth in the future; and the next issue of the paper contained (the following items: John Bonin, the laziest merch- ant in town, made a trip to Bee vil le yesterday. John Coyle, our groceryman is •doing a poor b -sinews. His store is -dirty a...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

■f J ' % u fa i « it> U is $> Your Groeory bill will be cut about half in two if you do your buying at our store. We are Here For Business And we assure you that we can please. V/e want your business. Come in today. Thornton Grocery Co. Saved Girl's Life •i want to tcl! you what wonderful benefit ! have re- ceived from i'te use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes Mrs. Sylvania Wood3, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certr.inly hr.s no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught saved my little giri's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made thetri break cut, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without 1 Hi „ THEDFORD'S amSSs BLACK-ÚRAUGH S Jj in rny home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- J 2 ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ^ ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

i * éy v'/'.' mm wmm 1 ■gft ! fe*. Íi-;A, Bfj SV m ®#1 pnd on March 31 iti3 •f 1912 Mily, in BoHnm County, Tun. .. «f Pir Reported Under the Provision of Section 10, Chapter 10?, Laws of 1897 Returned by Gm. A Johnston, tax Collector Tipton, Emma, Clay .lot 4, block «, 24c. Beat No. 6. Benson, Sterling, abstract No. 2&0, original grantee, D. S. Ward No. aeren assessed 56, No. aerea de linquent 56, ♦♦>.95. Light fool, Nancy, abstract No 274, original grantee B. BrookH. No. acreB assessed 20. delinquent 20. 91c. Lodge of Ziou Hill, abstract No. 46, original grantee, B. A. Porter, No. acreB assessed 1-2, delinquent, 1-2, 2.70. Nor Cross, S. P. estate, abstract No. 34, original grantee, A. Kuy kendall. No. acres assessed 133 |le|entquent 133. Nor Cross. S, P. estate, abs'mo- No. 42. original grantee, F. Neibling, No. acres assessed 200. dehriqueu. 200. $36.83. Oldham, Mary, abstract No. 34 qriginal grantee. A. Kuykendall original acres assessed 21. deli quent 21, fl.90. Stewart. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

not despair. to, our ator* _ JITEB YOU IN W will Ut tb« Si! m^a-MV-iSS ÍK1AS ■pr Braania. a simple, antlacpllo vuh, ,wa*ATsaa.ri.r,'s; ■ • penetralia* liquid that vukH away awn firm • akin smooth sad haaltby. all "In vain from that trrllst uoslcbtly. akin us about U Stone & Hitchcock I Plwetz-Svec Co. t * PHONE 238 Cor. Main and Buck Phone 238 Knatiler & Lucas Octagon Chow Chow small bottle 15c K Ac L Monogram Chow Chow 16c K A L Prepared Mu*tard large bottle Si.Sc K & L Prepare*! Mir<tard small bottles ISc K & L Pepper Sauce 15c K a L Pepper Sauce 15c Pickles in Mason Jar 25c Pickles In large bottles*... .5Uc 1 gal. Pickles $1.<K1 Hot Kelish .. . 26c K & L Yorkshire RwlUh 25o & L Worcestershire Sauce 25<: Goods Delivered part of K & L Sour Ilelish 25c K A L Sour Relish 5J5c K & L Catsup, small bottle 15c K a L Catsup lartte bottle 35c Argo starch. 6 for 25c Crystal White Soap, 6 for 26c Silk Soap 6 for 25c Fairy soap, 6 for.... 26c 1 >rie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 September 1913

K. H. Lehde is visiting rela at and near Waco. Clark and wife of 8om •rville were visitors here Satur Mrs. Chalíes Oris of Hearne la ?isltii4i the family of Rev J. C. Carr. Hk Miss Jessie Goodman s]x nt week in Temple visiting friends. i ■ Rev. J. C. Carr returned from Hempstead where he assisted in a revival meeting lust week. Mrs. W. 8. Lackey and Mrs P. I*• Hiltcn are visiting friends «ad relatives at Cameron and Port Sullivan. Rev. M. C. Bishop spent a few days in Cameron the latter part OÍ last week assisting at a revival meeting. E. H. Flanagan of Some rville came up Saturday to see his brother E. L. Flanagan who i sick at his home near Tunis. Mrs. C. W. Moore has return- ed to Gause after visiting the family of her mother, Mrs. F. J- Gregg. W. H« Prentice, manager for the Morey-Faulhaber Company down from Pendleton the ; of the week on business. Farm Facts- a product of the Man is but soil. Science found agriculture plowing with a stick. Agriculture needs all the great men it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 October 1913

Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County Texas, Friday October 10,1913 Number Today is Show-Day la Caldwell. Ample Money W, i I I/TH r.mple resource to mimd care for the needs of ull patrons this bank extends t > you a cordial invitation to join with us in the upbuilding of our town and community. • Tía careful and conservative management of the bank's affairs together with courteous and liberal treatment during the past 8 years has at tracted and made gi-od friends of our customers. No matter how small your start we shall be glad to have you for a regular customer and assure you of the same careful and considerate at- tention to vour needs. The First State BanK Caldwell, texas Guaranty Furtr. Bank I V THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE Arc here of the left, Vt-'.-nv.sv we can- not j't t uloi k without the best. We are accurate in mixing uml putting up docti-r*' prescriptions ¡huí our dis- |teusury is in charge of a .skiTied and experienced man. We carrj only pure and fresh drugs «t d r« lirl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 October 1913

■<W. ' '"v":.7 ' Liners i.</■ to insured in the Firs Insurance ef Texas, h s s d- Í-LAX, the liver regu- : The Caldwell Drug «- oats, Rye and Barley at ¿ Sale. you want pure milk or cream .vered right at your door ev- 'day, see Reid Philp, phone Oh, Calomel, got out of the and let L1V-VEK-LAX do work. Purely vegetable, the Caldwell Drug Co. Why be constipated, when you buy LIV-VERLAX at the dwell Drug Company. Seed oats, Rye and Barley at Kelly & Sale. FOR SALE—A tine farm near Caldwell. Apply at this office. Seed oats, Rye and Kelley & Sale. Barley at Calcmel, Cilomel, you cannot for LIV-VERLAX has taught us an easier way Ask the Caldwell Drug Company. Farm For Rent—A bout 40 acres, in cultivation, balance in pasture, about 2 1-2 miles from Caldwell, apply to H. Lieberman. Found—A ring with set in it. Owner can have same by de- scribing and paying for this notice at this office. New line of fall Millinery just 1 in. . caites, . at- >e. ...it: «. .ild fren'> hats...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 October 1913

WHY OIJR STORíiS SO POPULAR w We want your bosir.e m mul wo extend every i'oUi'tcKy possible to « ur IMlMtOlliefS. ('Oil pteOllli treatment and fair deal- ing always count. Price; are lJigBt, an i our weights correct Ir you are not already one of our satisfied customers give u¿ an orJer today* Thornton Grocery ¿Co. COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Tira. V¡2- cent Was Uoabie to Altead to Any of Her Ilsucework. Pleasant Hill, N. C —"1 suffered far three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of tills town, "and the third test time, was my worst. | | had dread fu< nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any ci my housework. j I also had dreadfu! pains in my back fend sides and wben one of those weak, Making spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie dowr, liatD It wore off. t I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly believe I would have...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 October 1913

7', * • g? - ^ ....... U :.ÁE i2 É# on March 31, iti¿ For taxes of 1918 only, in BwImoii County, T 132 Jla)entquent 133. Nor Croe , 8, P. estate, abstrae No. 42, original grantee, F. Nelbliiu No. acres assessed 200, delinquent 200, $36.83. Oldham, Mary, abstract No. 34 original grantee, A. Kuykendnli original acres assessed 21, deliti quent 21, $1.90. Stewart, Heirs, abstract No. 4(i original grantee, B. A. Porter, No acres assessed 124, delinquent 12-1 $11.14. Beat No. 8. Arnold, Fannie, Somerville, Beat No. 1. Alley, Patience, abstract 168, cert. T7, original, grantee. Leui Moore, No. acres assessed 129, delinquent. 11 , tptal taxes, $«.06. Black, David, abstract No. 123, original grantee, H. H. Golf, No. macros assessed 200, delinquent 200, #18.87. Beard, Booker .Caldwell, part of let 29 Alg. and Sr., $4.36. Bradberry, A. B., abstract 53, or- tal grantee. 8. C. Robertson. No, assessed &0, delinquent 50 ac- Bradberry .A. B.. abntract No. 144, ^original grantee, Bd Hill, No. ac...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 October 1913

YOÜ RUN DOWN? Do you feci tired? Have vou no ambition?! Is your appetite impaired? Got at the root of the trouble. Strengthen the entire «yutein using. Several Balsam of Life ien< t which is recommended and used in chronic 38ti]MUiun, jaundice, biliousness and var- « othei* liver W a bles. Price 7"> cents. For sale at druggists everywhere. Insist cn Getting Several. V. F. Severa Co. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA ANNOUNCEMENT Our line of new Fall Dress Goods, Notions Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc., are arriving daily and ng placed 03 > exhibition at our Store, me to see our line before you buy. We can also furnish you with everything you need in groceries. ¿ VAL E. HERBT Sunday School List of members of the several Sunday Schools of Caldwell at- tending the Sunday School Con- vention at Somerville. Baptist Members. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Bishop, G. E. James and wife, C. C. Nairn*, Hugh Hen*lee, S. Wilburn, Alex Stephens, A. T« Autrey, Cal Whittington. C. A. Head, ' Mcsdamca, B G. Jackson, B. F. D...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 October 1913

&■? > úit\ Sow visiting re . in Rockdule and taxing Muyór J. A. Gray visiU*<l the A ::t tk>u ii a. hCe elin£ has move 1 into the house vacated in West Cald well by H. G. Reeves. Miss Lela Calvin ivturned Sun day from visiting relatives In ^aco L, 8eig!c went to Sulphur Springs Sunday to spend some lime for his heslfeh. L W. Hens lee and family re turned Smiday from a visit to relatives in Somerviile. Mrs. C. L. Ren fro of Somer Tille «is the guest of relatives here thin week. B. G. Rteves and family on Saturday' moved into the new bungalow residence of R. II. Montague in West Caldwell. Mesdames T. J- Oliver and W. H. Hundley visited in Bryan Monday and Tuesday. ISCUl Ton never tasted j daintier, lighter, fluffier ; biscuits than those • baked with Calumet i They're always goad — delicious, for Calumet in- feaking. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS ■ Pars Food CbiytgOi tIm.i1 'M ' H-Í h r**iwma * .• • WE WANT TO TALK . W Wagons, Buggies, Sewing Machines and Oil Cooking Stoves to y...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

' K * t™ ? rleson Chront'"'* '"•■"V 18SS cs>".'v°i!g<y AND NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday October 17,1913 Ample Money W M 7 TH f.mpie resources to mJmi are for the needs of all patrons this bank extends to you a cordial invitation to join with us in the upbuilding of our town an<l community. The careful and conservative management of the bank's affairs together with courteous and liberal treatment during the past H years has at- tracted and made good friends of our customers. No matter how small your start we shall be glad to have you for a regular customer and assure you of the same careful and considerate at- tention to your needs. Á The First State BanK Raise More Hogs. As will b J seen elsewhere In I these columns, there is called to meet in th..* court bous ■ on the 3rd Monday of thi.< month, a mass meeting of all people interested in hog raising, for the purpose In Retrospect. "The melancholy days have come, tho saddest of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

per lina first All readers until ordered out. "tsgg .m1 !■ "^yaeeaj" •?: Mrs. Blocker Jccidently Shot. ie insured in the Mutual Fire Insurance of Texas, head- i, Cuero, Texas. LIV-VKH LAX, the liver ivjfu- AsH The Culd well Dru;? Hood oats, Ryo and Barley at Kelly & Sale. If you want purp milk or cream delivered right at your door ev- ery day, see Reid Philp, phone 120, Oh. Calomel, i¿^t out of the way and let Ll\ VKK-LAX do tlio work. Purely vegetable. Ask the Caldwell brují Co. Why ho constipnted, when you in buy LlV-VEK-LAX at the Caldwell Drug Company. Seed oats, Rye and Barley at Kelly & Sale, POR SALE—A fine faun near Caldwell. Apply at this office. Seed oats, Rye and Parley at Kelley & Sale. Calomel, C drmsl, <' mnot Stay, for LIV-VKR-LAX lias taught us an easie ■ va.v Ask the Caldwell Drug Company. Farm For Kent—About 40 acres, in cultivation, balance in pasture, about 2 12 miles from Caldwell, apply to H. Lie her man. Found—A ring with set in Ú. Owner can hav...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

J } We are having aome tine weath- er at present. Nearly every one here are about through picking cotton. Willie Ramsey and 8ain New- soiu of Dime box visited Center Point Sunday evening. Minstes Vinie and Julia Sirnek visited Dime Box Saturday and Sunday. Jim Mohos of Dime Box visited relatives here. Alston Houston visited rela- tives here this week. There was preaching at Gee Spring Sunday and was well at- tended. Charlie Houston and family visited our community Sunday. The San Antonio school opened up Monday and will be taught by Mr. Maresh of Sherman Tex- as. Blue Eyed Girl. TOE HTVTM OF To the Sheriff or «table of Hurleson eouuty greet- ing You are hen by commanded that, by making publication of thii citation in some newspaper, published in the county of Bur- tenon if their be a uewspsper published in said county, for four weeks previous to the re- turn day hereof, you summon W. W. Keith ana T. W. Reedy, whose residence is unknown, to lie and appear before the • Pis triet court...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

Publishing Co. Al 1 UKlil ^fae postoMkw %t Caldwell, Texas, - - mall matter. Advortlslng Rat a "inaertion 20c par Inch PER MONTH The following number of Inohi muat ba and weekly to obtain thae monthly rata* 1 to 9% tnoha ~ o par inch «9 to 80 " 60o " M tt to 80 " — 4&c " " W to 100 " — 48b " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-8 cents per line each ion Subscription Per Yssr $1-50 T.ireem n«fcs 50c, Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) Buy all your supplies from Cald- 11 merchants. Get Busy with the plow as soon i possible. Many new residences are being rected in nil parts of the city. Caldwell now has two railroad?, watch us grow. With main street graveled to the depot at early date, we will be .going some. Several new cement walks have been laid the past week, let the .good w. rk continue. Many of Caldwell's citizens are enjoying turnip and mustard greens from their gardens these d^ys. 'Caldwell's streets were crowded last Friday wi h farmers from all pa...

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