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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

m N*ws P.Mtabllahlfd «534 Conaoil«at*d Obrentela ~ l«90 MaylfOI AND NBW8-CHRONICLE Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday November 14, 1913 ü OREGO the many very mater- ial advantages? This is a competi- tive age—competition in making accumulations is very keen. Your neighbor has a bank account to systematize his financial affairs, to help him save the odd ends of his incouio. Looking at the matter in a practical ligbt^from a strictly business poif ti^|priew can you af- ford to let him keep this advantage over you? Your account will be appreciated at the The First State Ban^ CmlOWELL. TEXAS ♦ Guaranty punri DanK Old Confederate Veteran Dead. Joshua S. Grint died last Thursday night at his home in Providence community at the District Court The fall term of District Court convened Monday morning with his honor Ed. R. Staler on the bench and District Attorney Jack Jenkins prosecuting for the age of 67 years and the remains 8tate The grand jury was em FOR OUT-SIDE APPLICA...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

mm & fit St M W 1 mm to * 1 i ■$ Sebesta Sayings. **Mi|jrlity Nimrods sjient a few days last week, in the Brazos bottom, on a camp hunt. But like Hiawatha, they returned empty handed, heavy hearted, saw np trace of deer or rabbet" Mis.s Frene CJi^sensíohlag ih apendinp some time in Somer- ▼i^le, a guest of her sinter, Mrs. J. W. Blocker. Be# Geo. K. Kemp and his mother, of Lyons, were the j^esWbf friends here Tuesdajr and 1|$hdnesday. Joe Blocker of Somerville, and Tead Hettis of Saratoga were shaking hands with friends here Saturday. Misses Annie and Mamie Gies: cnschlag are visiting relatives in Washington Co- this week. Prof, and Mrs. Kadanka of Caldwell visited our school Thursday. Adolph Wuenscher and family _ Bro. Rodgers preached Satur- aren t Sunday with relatives on . . . Mesquitte Prairie. *?• ??*? !"* I Mesquitte , t Last Sunday, Rev. G. E. Kemp preached his last sermon at Cravy M. E. church, for this Conference year, It is the sin- cere wish of this people that Bro. ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

'•>'/J«V'.•fr.;'4- . i.-f. MMMVtm An nil Wool $uit jn the height of the season at f10 per cent re- duction. You're going to need a new suit for Thanksgiving, and we are giving you an opportunity to buy an all wool guaranteed fast color suit at a JO per cent reduction. If you will compare our prices & with others, you will find that our 3$ regular price is even 10 per cent if lower than elsewhere, which makes thein 20 per cent cheaper than-^ you Jg can buy at any store. ^ íf Men's Pao$, at Suits apd Men's if ^ and Boys frate are also going at a if I 10 per cent reduction. *g J *5 We will guarantee 110 per cent saving on Tl ' * any of your purchases made here.' Extra reductions on Men's Ladies* and Children's Sweaters. jg A. Rosenwasser % Wf PHONE NO. 124 ^ •&ÉT i ^ Wa B«lleva in Quick Sato and Small Profits, Bowers LAWYERS Tff^ f^nvHfPo in afl CotirfsT State **fd l*«ler*l ^ c I)riss on""^an^ «ties, write due<ls, .Sv releas* s, contracts, wills, mechanic v liens and prep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

m IT" , «.«. if- ' ■ V?' • - - Adv*rttoln| * PER MOKTH following nualwr of «Mi wmUj to obtain IhN MBtklf ra ** « to * locha l« «•to " «* " M «§ tofiO •• «• M M m 10 ioo" «o 44 M ▲II idT«rtUii| run astil ordarod art. Local readers 7 1-2 oents par lino Mch tl.60 ths 75c IMbaeription Per Tsar . Taree montha 50c, Six (Invariably in Adraeas.) Get tinf Ready For 1914. Already the cold winds admonish us that winter is close end that ere aany months have rolled by anoth- er New Year will be here to claim oar time and serious consideration. In Burleson county The Ledger feels sure that every man, it makes no difference wnat may be bis call- ing or avoeation is even now plan- ning and perfecting his ideas and thoughts for the work of another .year It is just and right as well as .natural that he should do this. The man who is willing to sit idly down and wait till the very moment of the ushering in of the Hew Year arrives before getting ready for the tasks and responsi- bilities of the same i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

/ NCI U-OH Carnival Nov. 1Ó-I5 Very Low Fares vu From Cku "A" Feres Caldwell 93.68 Lyons 3.68 Somerville 3.40 (less "BM Fctjs $2.18 2.00 1.80 Clsss "C" Fares 91.80 1.80 1.80 K. Turpin, Agent, Caldwell, Tex. t' f % >$ '$< >$' $ >$' $ >$< >(o It Always Helps •ays Mrs. Sylwwlt Woods, of Qifton Mills, k£T hi writfof of Mr experience with Cardui, the woman's took. She says further: "Before I began to use Cantal, my back and bead would hurt to bad. I (ha pshi would kffl me. 1 was hardly able SCHOOL SEATS NOT ■ML o* * as w«N as raa a big water 1 wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Womaa's Tonic a MaL I sM use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and ft always does me coed." , backache, side ache, nervousness, t fseUiigs, etc., are sure signs of woman- fna that you need Cardui, the woman's toaie. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women lor more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! $ t < >■< &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

'Hfr Kelly t Born: to Mr. aad Mrs* K. Turpiü Monday, a boy. Born: to John Eubanks and wife Tuesday, a girl. Seed oats, Rye and Barley at Kelly & Sale. < Born: to Ed Antrey and Énnday a girl. wife, 5 *or Sale—Good second ham cook stove. Apply at L^dgei Office. Tho new bungalow reéidenw of Mesdames Silla W^bb aflu Eugenia Vinson has been com pleted in West Caldwell and thej will occupy same in a few days. 00 Oh. Calomel, get out of th< way and let y V d« the work. Purely vegetable A*k the Caldwell Drug Co. Robert McLean and Company have purchased a fine delivers wagon with which to make than deliveries of goods to the mer chants of town. * • Bring your turkies in now Simpson Grocery Co., will shi] a car on November the 19th Best prices you will get thit . year. The revival at .flK- the Baptisi church is progressing nicely. '* - V/t* there being ten conversions ant additions to the church Mon day evening of this week. Thi meeting will continue all of this week at least. mm A ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

tile inflamjftation—to lualufl.tlie hVMasd part* jive tw«y tht j in—sp| l> L - • % ■fr * *% ■' if ¡-'i J i W. * ft is (two «'commended for the treatment of rheumatism tambado, sprains, «tiff joints and muscles, liibcet biles and lor various external paiUBand aches. As a liniment It has a good name and excellent results. Price 28 and 60 cents. At druggists Refuse substitutes. W. f. Severa CdStfW w ¡♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«MIIIIIIIIJIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIimH FAIL ANNOUNCEMENT Our line of new Fall Dpom Goods, Notions .Shoes, Hots, Caps, etc., are «niying daily and * being placed on exhibltla* fat our Store.^ Come to aee our line beford you buy. * We / can also furnish you with everything you need in groceries. '< t VAL El HERBT eiliiinimitiiiiiiimi cultivation- two .29.1 IsstJ I t bottom land, 75.9ft 30.00 the (oliowing farms!isted lor sale. 90H acres of land three or four hundred acres In bottom land, real in poat vak all under good fence, price per acre 53v> acresi jxwt oaU> laird unimp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 14 November 1913

ikon of Ci the first oí the week. biraey 8. Hearrell of Cam- here'this weelc attend- LP - ; court. rJ lire. A- L. Davis of Dripping 8¿r¡ngsfis visiting A. K. Daniel and vflfé in West Caldwell. * 1 f Mos. Eva McCarty of Austin is Visiting her parents, A. K. Dan B>\ and wife. > 9 Mrs. V. B. Slaughter of Mart |s the guest of her patents, Col. and Mrs. IV F. Delamater. Miss Nannie King has retorn- ad to Houston after visiting Miss Lillian Struwe and others. Mrs. H. E. Harris of Meridian is visiting her mother, Mrs, Ida McRanie. i_ —————— Born to Carl Brymer and wife of the Hogg community, on the 5th. a girl 1 Lieut. B. P. Delamater, Jr., of Galveston is up on a furlough of •ix days to visit home folks. i ~ Misa Etta Wolvertcn cf Mart ia visiting the family of Col. B. F. Delamater. Mrs. Jerm Powell has return- ad to Baa Angel > from visiting Barry Hudson and wife. W. G. Hundley and wife re- tained to Temple 8unday after a visit to relatives here. M. Perdue has returned a trip to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

%v'l pi® r N*ur« Pi>tntollph d l 84 CnnnoiM«i*d Chronlol* * IBOO May I807 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE l adgar B«t« k>ii ti*ci T Cen«Qlld«l*d P«tb 1911 Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Tmm, Friday November ai, 1913 F-. the many very mater- ial advantages? This is a competi- tive age—competition in making accumulations is very Ueen. Your neighbor has a bank account to systematize his financial affairs, to help him save the odd cm is of his income. Looking at the matter in a practical light, from k stiictly business point, of view < an you uf ford to lot him keep this advantage over yout Your account will be appreciated at the Notorious Bor¿lar, Houston Sharpc Gets 16 Tears. In the District Court Monday afternoon Houston Sharpe, ''the Broke Negro Woman's Arm at a Supper Down in the flat there was giv- en a supper and dance at the residence of Sandy Evans, color ed, Saturday night Ben (Chalk) The First Stote Ban^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Func Bonis. W. E. Taylor Cass Set for Dece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

:;í*'V i Tí>® Sfr®? —solved ones 'fcr all by Cola ose In million* of kitchen Calumet is highest not only In but In kmvtning pwutr m well—m- t in results—pure to the extreme «ad ivftally economical in use. Ask yoor r. And try Calumet nest twin d«y. Received Highest Awards i «ka mk a COTTON REPORT Shipments to Data Grope of Previous Toan. Ib future the Newn-Cbroniele will print regularly each week eotton fignre showing bhipmenti from this point. Middling basis oriw 13 l-3c Receivers tniseeasou 12,227 bales. 1012-1913 14,708 1011-12 13,400 bateo 1910-11 9,037 bateo 1909-10.. .. ^ .... 6,674 baisp 19094)9 12,986 baleo 1907-0 8 .... 5,954 baleo 19064)7 13,157 baleo 19064)6 9,299 bales 1904-05 6,800 bales 1908-04.. .. .... 8,084 bales 19024)3 5.784 balo* 190140 8,672 19004)1 8,589 bals* 1999-1900.. .. .. ..13,007 bales .. ,*'....11,965 b 1197-98.. 7,216 bsl Id the totals above gives, two bales are counted ss oso The figures ran from lbs ef August to the 1st of Aag- i for each year. Met...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

|v .4 tlon \ We have lots of tornlpa, but few turn-ups In thi* pert, hence ¡I didn't send in a report last "week. 1 will just turn-up some- thing myself this week. Uncle Joe Presaley has the finest turnip patch I have seen \ this neigh- borhood, they not only have largo tops, but very large roots. He gave ino aJarge mess ho 4s1arg*i^4tffed on the inside tiian on the outf Misa Lilly Nunley of Oklahoma returned home a few days ago, she was very favorable impressed vith Burleson County, alio knows a good thing when she sees it. C. YV, MitcheU.bfu* built a nlev residence on the Kressloy farm. he ban l^nsed it for tlve years. John Sherrill and others are no v building an addition to A Noark's residSnee nour Cuokcs Point. . t It. K. Thomas of Stone Cit,y visited home fjolks at the Point last Sunday. Ye scribe made a Hying visit to Hearne recently, visited rela- tives and friends. J. J. Pressley and wife are now visiting in Grimes county. Emory Sherrill has been on th«- sick list of late, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

CoMty W. W. RANKIN PilWriai Cm. ■■tered it III at ObMv^L Texas. Advertising RatM One Insertion —. fOo P«p lnch PER MONTH The following number of Inch* mutt be need weekly to obtain thee monthly rale. 1 to Inch — ¡¡¡° 1** ,°ch 10 to 80 " 600 SO to 50 «0 " " SO to 100 " - — " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Year .......... $1-50 Three m ntl s 50c. Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) EDITING A PAPER. In editorial life, as iu other forms of spiritual life, "many are called but few are chosen." The man in charge of a newspaper who publish- es all the free plate matter which may be seut in by designing per- sons or interests, or all the matter that may be handed in or mailed to him, whose paper-like some peo- ples tables-depends on "what the nei^h^or® have brought in," may think he is an editor and may be called such by the unthinking, but be is far short of the "mark of his high calling." Publishers of newspa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

orth NOV. 22-20 Exceedingly Low Fares Via From Cliss "AM Class "B" Faces Pares Caldwell *0.20 «4.00 Chl ies man r>.t)5 8.70 Lyons 0.«5 4.00 For Infortr.a'i >n Regarding Date* of Sale and Limits call on J. F. GO WENS, Agent. *1* SEED OATS. RYE, BARLEY JUST RECEIVED PRICES RIGHT See Us Before Buying Kelly Sc SaJe Rinsr '03 COULD SCARCELY 1 f WALK ABOUT Aai For Three Sousm Mrs. Vw- Mt Wat OmUi I Altead ft Aaj of Ik Housework. v-n HOI, N. C.-'M suffered for writes Mrs. Walter Viaceat, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my wont. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about Could not do any of my fcousework. \ I also had dreadfu! pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, antil it wore off. t I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cvdul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly believe I would have died if I hadai taken it. Aft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

i ROYAL Baking Powder 4 P9 * Saves Health and Saves Money and Makes Better Food lite u4 let live. * Thoratott Grocery Gq. W. W. Hare of Temple, was here this week attending court. L. E. Poaey of Temple, was here oil business Wednesday Jacob Pijreu\U«#pe?dtiig the week tt Tahoka on busings. Congressman J. P. Buchanan, of the 68th, Judicial District was here this week attending District Mrs. Chas. Windhatwe^ and daughter, Miss Josephine, and Mesdaraes Joe Truax and V. E. Court and mingling with his j Herbst took in the Houston car many friends. nival last Saturday. ¡euiuaiaiaiaiHii KtfMMaaaiifcfi WHOARE * THE LITE ONES IN THIS TOWN? Who sell? the host clothe, the Éiesi' shoes, the finest dry goods and notions, the best drugs? 1)0 YOU KNOW? , ; Do you buy to the best sdvanta^e when you buy? Tl ie advertising columns uf the Ledger furm. a live up-to-the-minute Live Onen in this town. Merchants who spend money for advertising are reliable merchants. They expect to he in husinewa for ; ye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

w jSj . Í . M .ji¡ Pi *1# lUnfts and Bruises. To reduce the Inflammation to heat up the bruised parts and to drive away the pain apply ivera's tiothard Oil It U also recommended for the tu-at ment of rheuraatUm lumbago, ppraiun, «tiff joints and muscles, Insect biles and for various external pain and ache*. • Unitnt It hi! a good name and excellent results. . « Price 88 end 00 cents. Aftdrt£¿ists u Refuse substitutes. FALL ANNOUNCEMENT i Our line of new Fall Dren Gocá i, N' f'"one Shpos, Hate, Capa, etc., arfTrjving J.nWy and* being pSced on exhibition - m? Store. Come to see our line before you !,*>"• We cat also furnish you *ifS ev ryth' g you need in groceries. VAL E. HERBT EiiitiioimnntMiM * Farm Bargains We have the following farms listed for sale. 808 acres of land three ov fhundred serfs in bottom ¿and, rest in |H>st «>:%k nil und j¿ > ! ¡ ¡< r\ Ó* OA AA uriee per acre . *P¿U«vJV 555 acres post oak land unimproved price, QQ UK) acres of land, 75 acres in cultiv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 21 November 1913

bes - - ' / 'mm i ITEMS. T. J. Caitcr of Somerville at tended court her© this week. J. F. Lyon of Somerville. was liere Monday on business. Mrs. Mollie Mindesluus return- Ad from ;¡n extended visit to reí atives in Waco. ^ i . 1 J. O. Jones went to Uellville Monday afternoon to visit rela- tives. 1 W. O. Bowers and family of Giddings visited the family ofR. 6. Bowers the tirst of the week. W. C. Mills and sifter, Miss Lillian visited their mother in Copeias Cove Saturday and Sun- day. Brick masons are rushing •work on the passenger depot for the Central road in the eastern part of the city. Carpenters are making good progress on the residence of John Jancik which will be one of the very finest in town. Miss Mamie McNutt after an extended visit to her sister. Mrs. M. Smith, returned to Kinney Sunday afternoon. Cards are out announcing the marriage 011 Thanksgiving day the 27th, of Paul L- Schmidt and Miss Alvina Lehdc. Waiter McLeod who works at Autrey & Burns' Barber Shop, spent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

rleson County L .'ssá csr«-voi^5V- AND NEWS-CHRONICLE •dg*r B«tabllsh d IB91 Conaolldalatí < u>t>. 1011 Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday November 28, 1913 Number 39 F ■ OREGO the many very mater- ial advantages? This is a competi- tive age—competition in making accumulations is very keen. Your neighbor has a hank account to systematize his financial affairs, to help him save the odd ends of his income. Looking at the matter in a practical light, from a strictly business point of view e.m you af- ford to let hiui keep tin ; advantage over .you.' Your aeeooit will be appreciated at the i ns ;-irsn State BanK, Caldwell, texas Guaranty funr, UanK Sometville Under Water imams? mtx wtm, Nearly ten inches of rain fell at Somerville between 8 a. in. and Sunday noon. As a conse- quence Thompson Creek got out of bounds and flooded the busi- dess part of town and some houses near the railroad. A large force of men worked all the morning to protect the business hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

* i ' • •> -v ^;T'| ITEMS. Phone uk your oe.st order for Groceries, F. A. Dt'ut ch «V Son. DM't Let Tow Lim Get Lazy. C. S. KU©y of Fo't Wort was hero on business Wednesday. Mrs. W. S. Lackey is visiting relatives in IXmison. 1 * * Miss Xenia Suiith vu nt to Temple the first of the week. Miss Lillian Mitchel of Mom- phis, Tenn., is visiting her broth- er, P. A. Mitchel. T. J. Oliver vas in Houston this week to have his eyes treat- ed by a specialist. Come in arid look at our line of Cabinet Sets, 12 pieces to the set ait F. A. Deutsch <V Son. Ed Wotipkau! Waco paid his parents a short visit the lirst of the week. Miss Bessie Heslep went to Aus- tin Wednesday to visit relatives, and see the ball game. Miss Ruby Smith left Wed- nesday for Austin to sj end Thanksgiving. Fresh line of Groceries at F. A. Deutsch & Son, Phone 18-1. í*rof. J. M. Smith left Wednes- day for Dalla , to attend the State Teacher's Association. J. L. Clinton was down from Cameron on business Wednes- da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

A % ™ ™ ™ ™ ™ ™ ™ ^ ^ ™ NOW IS THE TIME 1 To select that Christmas gift. Our stock is complete in every de partment. It pays lo do your Christmas shop- ping early for you can get the best selections right now. iff The boy will appreciate a suit of 2 clothes, a hat, a pair of shoesi, or an 2? overcoat, while the girl w$uld be 8L. "tickled to death" with a pretty cloak, an a l wool sweater, or a pretty pair of "Baby Doll" Shoes or Bootees. & Let us suggest that a half dozen pair of silk hose, or an all wool up-to-date dress, or a stylish cloak or sweater, a pretty pair of shoes or a silk petticoat would be very much appreciated tw/4¡he woman. > Then men wouldi be proud of a , ^ult of clothes, a stetson hat, a pretty ne¿í¿gee shirt, a half dozen pair of sox, silk ties, silk handkerchiefs, a pair of, Bf>sto|ii*ns Shoes or a good overcoat. , Of course there are many bthier useful ^ articles which this small space will notral- low us to mention. We can .guarante* a 2* * & * ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

;;4 v II 1 C:'X County Publishing Co. W. W. RANIUN, It ÜM «ft Caldwell, Tes«ii Advertising R«tM i Insertion - Mo per Inch * ■I PER MONTH following number of lneba must be _1 weekly to obtain thee monthly rate 9U lochs 60c per inch ) to 80 " 60c M " I to 60 " 46c " " >to 100" - 40c " " All advertíala* run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 cento per line each Insertion 'Subscription Per Tear Si.50 , Tnree m mths <Wc, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) ■i —-—— — RESOLVE. That you will vote, talk aud work for a bigger, better, brighter town. That you will help to make this a good town so the town can make good. That you will say something good about this town every time yon write a letter. That you will not point out the town's defects to a stranger or fail to point them out to a neighbor. That you will brag about this town so much that you will have to work for this town in order to keep from being a liar. That you will keep so busy boost- ing that you won't have time t...

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