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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

i We wtvnt your business unci we o;:fct nd every cuurtesy possible to our cuHtoiriers. Courteous treatment and fair deal- ing always count. Prices are Right, and our weights correct If you are not already one of our satisfied customers give us an order today. Thornton Grocery Co. STOMACH TROUBLE . y FIVE YEARS .fl^jorUy cf Friends Thought ^kiog oíher medicines. ! decidid to tr.ke his advice, although I did not have Hughes Would Die, But One Helped Hlia to Recovery. i any confidence in it. I I have now been taking Black-Draught for three months, and it has cured me— havtn'i had those awful sick headaches r.i:ice I began using it. Pomcroytnn, Ky.~!n interesting ad- I ant so thankful for what Black* prices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done lor me." writes as follows: "I was down with ^ Thedford's Black-Draught has beer ■stomach trouble for five (5i years, and found a v ry valuable medicine for de- would have sick hcndache so bad, at rangemenls of the stomach and liver....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

■■np i* Under the Provision of Section 10, Chapter 108, Lawn of 1897 Returned by Gee. M. Johnston, tax Collector Brat No. 1. j Tipton, Emma, City .lot 4. block Alley. Patience, abstract 168. cert. 6, 24c. original, grantee. Lem Moore, No. acres assessed 129, delinquent, 119, tptal taxes, $6.06. Black, David, abstract No. 123, original grantee, H. H. O off, No. acres assessed 200, delinquent 200, fit.87. Beard. Booker .Caldwell, part of lot 2ft Alg. and Sr., $4.36. Brad berry. A. B., abstract 63, or- tfhial grantee. 8. 9. Robertson, No. ceres assessed 50, delinquént B0 ac- res. Bradberry ,A. B.. abstract No. 144, original grantee, Ed Hill, No. acres assessed 76, delinquent 76, $7.19. Curr, Ester, abstract No. 168, cert. No. 77, original grantee. Lem Moore. No. acres assessed 30, delin- quent 30, $1.82. Dusek, Mrs. Jno., abstract No. 196, cert. No. 22, original grantee, J. W. Porter, No .acres assessed $00, delinquent 200, $10.72. Bvans, Clarica, abstract No. 64, original grantee, P. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

roedot# Do yon fo *l ti rod? H.ive you no uinbítion? Ih yotir uppc'titi' iui]Hiirad? tíot ut tho root of Liu* trouble. Strengthen the entire system UM¡nj.r. | Seyera's Elatei of life ¡ which is recommended and usod in chronic constipation, jaundice, biliousness und var-j ions t'thi>r liver troubles. Price 7." cents.t Fcp sale at druggists everywhere. Insist cn Getting Several. ■■ ¿Wír ■ •. w. F. Severa Co.-cíír.r?s w-y. m I r "« TrTT FALL announcement Our line of new Fall Dress Goods, Notions Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc., are arriving daily and being p!aced on exhibition at our Store. Come to see our line before you buy. We can also furnish you with everything you need in groceries. < VAL E. HERBT i4 m 1*1 >1 ♦♦♦♦ ♦ it i •++++■ — umimm m mmmm Farm Bargains We have the following farms listed for sale. wis acres of bind three or four hundred acres in bottom iand. rest in post ail under • il fenc ■, d>nn aa price per acre <p£iU*UU acre* post oa! * land uniiuprov -d price, ÁAA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 17 October 1913

M' + A h C. Jone went to Austin on buin«t*. Waamann and wife ■were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cobb this week. W H. Maass left for Waco Sunday to spend a few days with rela- tí ven. J. W. Ragsdnle and wife came up from Brenham and visited relative Saturday and Sunday. John Vamoeter and wife went to Cameron Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. Jerry Murphee went Fort "Worth Saturday to spent some time with relatives. C. J. and F. J. Janeik went to Rogers to visit relatives Satur- day. Mrs. J. H. Horn returned to Bryan Saturday after visiting relative i here. Frank Fridel returned to Bryan Saturday after visiting Mr. an 1 Mrs. Frank Kadanka. Mrs. B. F. Del am liter left Mon- day for Mart to visit her daugh- ter. W. D. Barrett, J. R. Lyon and H. Rogers were pleasant visitors from Somerville Monday. m ¥ iWMÍk: T anHinn Windel came up t*o> ai on 1 - t>e io' ts Friday and Saturday. * J. R. Blocker and wife of I^yons visited friends here the last of last week. Mrs. Will Keesee of S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

:w Jíssas?"'"'"* ¡stá "¡tas?issv*- AND INEW8-CHRONICLE XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday October 34,1913 —— THIS BANK procure a b not restricted in the acope of it* patronage. It it broad enough to— ACCOMODATE ALL AND HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: The Young Folks WITH THEIR SMALL SAVINGS. Tl)e Bread. Winnew Striving to accumulate a funu to home, or a competency for old age. The Well To Do for tie convenience afforded. And 46ose ^with idle funds awaiting other investments. The f irst State Bcn!^ Cml.UWELL, TEXAS Guaranty Funr 3ank HW 4 * *: ■ ' I Chrietmio Bank Organized. The new State Bank was or* ganlzed at Chriesman last Thurs- day. Th stockholders there- Real) Estate Transfers. Austin Kelm* to F. V. Kostel ka, 29 7-3 aeres 8. F. Austin 4, consideraban 91700. G. 0- & S. F. Railroad Co. to F. B. Drgac lots 4 and 7 in block ujxm elected the following board 7 West Caldwell, $120. of .directors: James Philp, Sr., E. J. Engel to F. B. Drgac, lots Simon. Philn, W. D. Boyd, John ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

XAfc.i rieron r any Constable County- Growing: Administrator of of W, J. Ratjen do- filed iu our County Final ^Account of the of the Estate of «aid . A. Kutjen deceased together an application to be dis- l from said Administration are hereby commanded, i by publication of thi* Writ ity days in the Burleson Ledger a Newspaper reg published in the County of son you give úue notice to Í persons interested in the Ac- for Final Settlement of eaid Estate, to lile their objec- tion* thereto, if any they have, 4 or before the November Term, 1918, of said Couuty Court, in the City of Caldwell on the 3rd, in Hovember, A. D. 1913, when said Account and Application will be «boasidered by said Court. Witness, Joseph Wcndrash Clerk of the County Court of Burlesco County. Given under My hand and seal ©t said Court, at my office in the City of Caldwell this 4th day of October, 1913, Joseph Won*1 rash Clerk County Court Burleson County. By W. H. Hundley. Deputy Clerk. A true copy, 1 certfy: L. W. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

THE KT VfK OF TEX AS. To the Sfcfi-iff or any C'oru stable of Burleson county gtaBV tag: You uro hereby commanded that by ninkinv; publication of $hia citation in hoin«) ne«-Mjiapt'i'( published in th county of But*, ieson if their be a uewspttper ftuhliehed in Haiti county, for four w<*ek* previous to the re- turn day hereof, you numtnon W. W. Keith and T. W. Ready, whoee residence ia unknown, to tie and appear before the Dla •ftriot court, to be holden in Mud lor the county of Burleson at the courthouwe thereof, in Cald well on the Tenth Monday after the flrat Monday in September, the same being the 10th day of November, 1013, then und there to answer the First Amended Original petition of Th« Rotan Grocery Co., a corporation plaintiff filed ¡11 «aid court aeainst D. T. Shirley, W. VV. Keith. Wylie S" ''h. P. W. Reedy find J. 11. McKinzie and altering in antistatic*', oh follow , to*wit;' That heretofore or or about the 23rd 1av of January, 19<>7. «O. P. Storm Hold and co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

iSK IÉ; gj §§& • ;V: - #■ r- PKR MONTH The following number nf^tnehs mutt tK uad weekly to obtain thee monthly rate. I tó 9% lnebe JOo per lack 10 to 80 « 60o M M SO to 60 " 46c « " «Oto 100" -.«ta " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each ton Snbecription Per Tew ti-50 Tureen >niba .Oe, 81 months75c (Invariably in AdTenee.) The Old Skis Flint. An e ^change remarks about an old skin flint who had resi ied in the town oí t'ie publication of the said exchange many years and by his mi e . y traits Accumulated much money. He was never known to help his town in any way whatever except by the taxes he very grudge- ingiy paid. He did not so muc'i as help the local paper, the said ex- change in any way whatever. When the ma died, his family was very much surprised I cause the néwspaperman merely mentioned Vie fact of his death in a very few lines as he would have mention* d any ether unimportaut event. There are many such old skin flints who wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

Wy * j /ft We want your botfineaa m d wc> extend every courtesy possible to our customers. Courteous treatment and fair deal- ing always count. Prices are Right, and our weights correct If you are not already one of our satisfied customers give us an order today. Thornton Grocery Co. .i* % You Need a Tonic There p.te times in every v/onian's life when she n°cds a U tvc to help her over the hard pLees. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to Uike—Cardui, tiie woman's tonic. Cardui is com- posed of purely ve<;elatve ingredients, which act gently, yei surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them Licit to sires ;;th and health. It has wenefitcd thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half ccptury of wonderful success, and it will do the samo ¿or you. You can't ma/.s a mit.akc in tri.ing ¡a®sg ty&lliit) 4$ i Tiie Woman's Yordc Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

Ii. V. Perdue and J dan Ki A t re I alias vi> tors thii wo . Oscar Forter made a lm-.in ; i ip to Coi pu * Christi this week UMET The cook is happy, the other members of the family; are happy appetites sharpen, things brighten up generally. And Calumet Baking Powder is responsible for it alL For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities insure perfectly shortened, faultlessly raised bakings. Cannot be compared with other baking powders, which promise Without performing. Even a beginner in cooking gets delightful results with this never- iailiug Calumet Baking Powder. Your gzuccr knows. Atili him. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Put Food ExpoitUcn, Cbkaio, IB* Pack rirr~"'"" Fraoc* AUciti 1912. Mrs. Joe Bloaker, who mw uc eidently shot at Lyons recm'ly. is convalescing nicely. Rooms for rent—Furnishei i r unfurnished. Apply to Mrr. ^ B. Silliman. Miss Stella Jackson of Fort Worth is visiting relatives hewe this week. Mrs. R 8. Bowers and child ren spent the week in Br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

R¡ t. Do you feci ti roil? Have you no ambitionV. Is your appetite impaired? Get. at the root] of the trouble. Strengthen the entire synti ui using. } Sevcra's Balsam of Life J which is recommended and used in chronic constipation, jaundice, biliousness and var- ious other liver troublus. Price 75 cents.! For sale at druggist? everywhere. Insist en Getting Sevcra*s. W. F. Severa CO. c>fTerioé; FALL ANNOUNCEMENT Our line of new Fall Dress Goods, Notions Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc., arc arriving daily and being placed on exhibition at our Store. Come to see our line before you buy. We can also furnish you nith everything you need in groceries. J VAL E. HERBT HIMU I -Ml !! ♦♦♦♦ •#•«♦♦ ♦! 1 * Í Cms Ci; .. Farm Bargains We have the following farms listed for sale. WW acres of land throe or four hundred acres in bottom land, rest in post oak all under good f-*nce, AA price per acre «P¿U« UU 555 a-res post oak land unimprov-d price, &OA AO per acre y£iU*Uv 101) acres of land. 7." acres ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 24 October 1913

IES AND WAGONS Moon Bros., Buggies, Banner Buggies, Staver Buggies, Mithell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons. We Think no Better Line of Buggies and Wagons Hade f '• , 'I? ' <■ " to Mar time for his , when you -LAX at the rapany BUCK'S STOVES . Isaac Jackson is attend the Dallas Fair and visiting Mrs. Lí'.."mo Por 1'm' and daugh- Miss Saanie are visitinu- in Arnold. . H. Coleman and W. S. Hous- of Soinerville were here on s Monday Mrs. Jim Thomas returned to n Sunday after a two weeks visit to relatives We Have Them and Want to Sell You Ve Hare The Following: Rust proof seed Oats Fancy AUalfa Seed Seed Rye ORIOLE FLOUR. Su i i jCtne Of Jtardwars JuU JEin e Of Srocer/es A RUNABOUT BIGGEST LOT OF GUNS J. W. McVeigh and wife of BomerviUe are visiting relatives near Cookes Point. Fred Elii.s returned to Hous- ton Monday after .spending a few 4iays with his parents. Oh, Calomel, get out of the way and let LI\t VEK-LaX do the work. Purely vegetable. A «Ir the Caldwell Drug Co. Miss Viola Gei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

' eson diaaisr—.'««á c«-.v¡ssv- gyp^fflp wayt •;^ipr£ HAÚÜ^ AND NEWS-CHRONICLE in* XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday October 31,1913 THIS BA1NK It not restricted in the scope of its patronage. It is broad enough to— ACCOMODATE ALL AND HENE ARE ITS PATRONS: The Young Folks WITH THEIR SMALL SAVINGS. Tl)e Bread Winner Striving to accumulate a fund to procure a home, or a competency for old age. ¡ The Well To Do for the convenience afforded. And those ¡ with idle funds awaiting other investments. á , — Celebrated 75th Birthday. I. M« Daniel (Undo Ike) was in town Friday frém hi* home in the Do It Today Those ia Arrears. Every suscriber to The Burle- son County Ledger delinquent The First State Banl^ Chl.DWELL, TEXAS Guaranty funr. Bank Bird settlement, shaking hands ! on our books will receive a state- with his friends. He celebrated. mont by, or shortly after, Nov- h;s .seventy iifth birth day anni- j .«niber 1st, showing the amount | i vers'try 1: stThuwdny nnd though i uu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

TEXAS, Burleson CvJu.ífr -GrwtftífSlt^ri . «&üUíúW&trator of * '""Hill of w. J- Ration de- "<Wi i I nai inrti is Pinal !Account o^y the of the E*ti*W Qfjwfc itjen deceased together . .^plication to )& dm- ! from said Adraihiaítratiém You áare hereby coramBtoded. that by*publication of this Writ lor Twenty days in the Bu rleson County Ledger a Newspaper reg vtlarly published in the County of Burleson you give due notice to all persons interested in the Ac- count lor Final 8> Uleincnt ol said EBtate, to file t heir objec- tions thereto, if any they have, pn or before the November Term, 1*1 , 01 said Couuty Court, in the City of CiUÜWCU on the 3rd, in "&6Véu¿> er, A. T>. 10l8, when said -Account and Application will be ronsi^|red by said Court. Witness, Joseph Wondrash, Clerk of the County Court of Burleson County. 'J ' ^ Given under My hand nnd s&al of said' Court, at ray office in the City of Caldwell this 4th day' of October, 1913, Joseph Wondrash Cle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

Wi r* ■ndW-L1 ,|M. THE To «Ubi* of Burleson county greek log: You ore hereby commanded thftt. by (linking publication of this citation in some newspaper, f>ubli*hed in tho county of Bur. ieson if their be * newspaper jpuliiUhwd in Haid' oouuty. fot lour weeks previous to th* re- iuru day hereof, you summon W W. Keith arm T. W. Reedy whose residence in unknown, to i e and appear before the Pis irict court, to be holdeu in and for the county of Burleson at the courthouse thereof, in Cald weJion tho Tenth Monday ,aft«i ffche ttrtit Moudiy in September ' the same b«1ng the lOlh day o November, 1018, then and then to answer the First Amende*' Original petition of The Rotor Grocery Co., a eorporatioi plaintiff filed insaid court acains D. T. Phtrley, W. \V. Keith AVfHe (Smith. P. VV. Reedy am M. MeKinzioar.d «lifting ii «IlllaltiUCe, 1|H ííflloWH, fu-Wit; Th'ii fcerttofore or or ¡about the28rdday of January, 1907 O. P. Sturm sold and conveyer 1 o 1). T. Shirley, one of the de fondants ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

20c par in«h PER MONTH te following number at looks mutt be I weekly to obtain thee monthly rau?. ...Me per inch 50c " M .480 " " „40c " " All adrertlslofr run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1*2 cents per line each ''insertion Subscription Per Tear $1-59 Throe months 60c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) ! With Home Merchants Every patriotic citizen should feel, and doubtless does feel that he should trade at home in every pos- sible way and manner. In other words he should not send off for anything that can be liad in any of the home stores. This rule should be closely fo'low- ed and if every person would follow it, times would no doubt be bettor In every respect. Tbe chances are that when things are brought a ihousand miles or more away, they are of a shoddy nature when they arrive, and no £<>od service can be had from them. In such cases, the man or person "who buys has no rec -urce. He «misttake what he gets and be done with it. On the other lw1. if the cifoods ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

i W «i* 1 I J £■ fa I your extend %Werj írjesy possible tp our cuntoroers. Courteous treatment and fair deal- ing always count. Prices are Right, and our weights correct If you are not already one of our satisfied customers give us an order today. Thornton Grocery' Co. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years cf Diccoura^inj Condition*, b'/s. DaHock Gave Up in Despair, Husband Game to Rescue. had gotten so weak I could net stand, and I fjave up •" despair, At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and J com- mancad taking it. Prom the very first f'oíe, I could tell it was helping :i¡¿. I can now walk .two miles without itj Catron, Ky-In an interesting tetter' t;r'a2 am doing all my work." from this place, Mrs. Bettie BuJIocl 1{ >'<>" sre 3,1 run dc>w" ^om woruao'y writes as follows: "1 suffered for tour, troubles, don t give up in despair. Iry years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has bc!pc¿ this Une, I cou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

«HT mi •Ü«t uro «T «O* j / At - rail wmm - v v* r:/' u sday oa bu*in r' i Line We are adding to our already nice stock every day, and will do our beat to, prompt aer'vfoe. Our phono ia 141 and your ordei tn this way will receive our utmost care and will In dqU«wed tip yqur dixjr promptly in the City. If you live oi# ft tpvi, we WÜ4 do our beat to give you the same c&He©« treatment and assure yon rwe will appreciate y&w .bus¿leap., i ALFORD & JACKSON , 8ueotsaera to W. 0. Bernett i )! MUWWIMi IMPLEMENTS INS GROCERIES NOUNE AND OLIVER RIDING AND WALKING CULTIVATORS AND EVERYTHING NEEDED ON THE FARM I n Groceries we Have Everything, such as pure California honey, peach and Pine Apple desert, Fancy pickles, 8plced Tomatoes, grated Horse Reddish, Marys Pure Sugar Cane Syrup and other dainties Last but not least, American Beauty Llour, al- ways the best PHONE No 10 JOHN JANCIK, Jr., •>w Excursion westVexas THE 1 ¥■: if •a k . WILL ON November 3rd Self Round Trip Tickets te ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

. - ■ 1111 k i; 'r < ■■■KPiSPr- «• l)o you feel tiled? Have you no ambition? I your appetite impaired? Got at tiie root of the trouble. Strengthen the entire system using. Several Balsam of Life which in recommended and used in tdtropje constipation, jaundice, biliousness and vw ious ot'jor livyr troubles. Price 75 cents. ft* !-'"k j 'j i" ^ Zgabay.Barfoa.'i.; Khtfcwlil* Itotiaf For salo at dmi^ists everywhere. Insist on Getting Severa's. ANNOUNCEMENT Our line of new Fall Dreas Goods, Notions Shoos, Hats, Cap?, etc., are arriving daily and being placed on exhibition at our Store. Come to tee our line before you buy. We can a!#o furnish you with everything you need in groceries. VAL E. HERBT >♦ !«> *•+ *+♦< ♦ ! Í-H1HIII Father Joseph Kuae united in u^arriooe .si t^e Oat¡Ju>- lic church here Tueflaay !?Ir. Frank Zgaby and ¿lisa Julie Car- ton. There was a largo attend- ance ol' their frienUs to witn the ceremony. They are ukte young people residing south of Deanvilie on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 31 October 1913

■HMR I I I ; Searcy of Brenham was I business Friday. L W. Hon «lee utade a business Justin Monday* NteJ^Turnlmrn of Cameron iends lie re last week. • ,uth Hale went to Milano tp visit relatives. C. ¿. Martin returned to Lam- imsa^gaii Saturday. BÜGGIES AND WAGON Moon Bros., Buggies, Banner Buggiae, Staver Buggies, Mithell Wagons, Old Hickory Wagons. We Think no Better Line of Buggies and Wagons Made ■ i We Have Them and Want to Sell You BUCK'S STOVES Goid bay for s;. Aw# to O. S. Windel. Joku K* Parker of Bryan was a visitor to friends here Satur- day. I" if Why be constipated, when ybü in buy LIV-VER-LAX at the Caldwell Drug Company. K.,W. Avant and wife went to CamfSWn Saturday to visit rela- .1 oats, Hye and Barley at Kei Sale. Whaloy was among those •whoftÉttended the Dallas fair this week. Fr&nk Chriesman return- ed 1 , Saturday after visi^jlg the family of her brother A. Cf fMurray. n" ■ Mrs. J. P. Grizswrd and r , t A- Chrtesu frt. here. Miss ■ ri to ag reu.tives NOTHING...

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