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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

t f F*ort \A/orth NOV. 22-29 Exceedingly Low Fares Via Prom Clasa "A" Fan Caldwell ¿iti.'JO Chriestnan 5,1)5 Lyons 6.65 For Information Regarding Dates «if Sale an l Limits call on J. F. GOWENS, Agent. Class "B" Faros SS4.00 3.70 4.00 4 SEED OATS, PRICES RYE, BARLEY RIGHT f JUST RECEIVED See Us Before Buying Kelly Sc S&le Ring 103 STOMACH TROUBLE i , FOR FIVE YEARS Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Woeld Die, But Om Helped Him to Recovery. i Pomeroyton, Ky.—In interesting ad- vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "1 was down with «tomach trouble for five (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at times, that I thought surely I would die. i I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do mc any good. I «oí r,o bad, I could not cat or sleep, and all my friends, except one, thought I would die. He advised me to try Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit taking other medicines. I decided 10 take his advice, although I did not have any confiden...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

is visiting Wanted—Fat cattle and bogs Hitfhes market price paid at all times. Otto Wendorf. Born J to Chas Scott and wife, last Tliursday, a girl. H- C Barnett of Brown wood is the guest of relatives here. Store for lent after January 1st. Mrs. E. Jannett. Gee! but that rain that came Sunday morning was a "middle buster." Miss Laurinda Windel who is teaching music at Burton is up on a visit to home folks. Try a sack of Acorn Flour, in is the best. 1 hornton Grocery Co., Mrs. Carl Orts has returned to Hearne after visiting the family of Rev. J. C. C\rr. Martin Wiederhold and Louis Kiel make a trip to the oil regions at Electra this week. Mrs. Laura Hunt returned from visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hulen Carroll of Navasota. Miss Eileen Stokes will enter- tain the members of Mrs- James Sunday School class Friday eve- ning. NMMKON "SSS IIIRWIM Luther Burbsnk thinks that the training of children should be in many respecta like the training of plants. He aay>: "Do not be crow with the c...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

aid Brute. = ■MU MM—— Bay Red To redQce the Inflammation t" I" 1 i;> the bruised jmrU and to drive away the pain Severa's Gothard Gig tim % ' - . It Im also recommended fot the treatment of rheumatism lumbago, sprains, stiff jóints and muscles. instct bites and (or various external pains and aches. At • liniment it hu a good nomo and excellent resulte. Price 26 and 80 cents. At druggists Refuse substitutes. Crass Seals. W. F. Severa Co. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA HIIIHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIUMIHHIIIMMIIMIMIH FALL ANNOUNCEMENT Our line of new Fall Drees Goo<i% Notions Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc., are arriving daily and* being placed 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 Farm Bargains We have the following farms listed for sale. $20.00 $20.00 $50.00 mtMm i.t nd, $75.00 i? *! j k')H act'i'.s r-f land three or four hundred acres in both m land, rest in post uak all under good frne*\ uric pernrr- • • Í...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 28 November 1913

r. ¡¡fe*', . / -I. r;.„ /,á¡ a Calhoun has rcturn- vislthng in Cbrtesman. orn to Stony Stubbsnivl wife ♦ a girl. m u l .' m if Mrs. L- Zeiss of Brenham is •pending some time with her Ulster, Mrs. W- S- Harnett. H. E. Sharp oí Molson, Monta- na, is hero on an tended visit to Bid Rose and Earl Ellis came up from Som erville Sunday and visited howie iolks. Mrs. Ellen Eehols returned to Chriesman Monday after visiting relatives here. C. B* Oliver made a business trip to Fort Worth the first of the week. The Presbyterian church has had a new coat of paint put on It. there by greatly improving its appearance. Mrs. C. H. Chernosky of Rosen- berg* sifter visiting relatives here left nonday to visit in George- town and Austin. Youk Liver Lacks Guisby's Liv veu-Lax. Try a bottle to- day-daj*. Satisfactioh guaran- teed. Ask Caldwell Drug Co. Mrs. George Blohm returned to .Houston the first of the week, after visiting the family of her mother, Mrs. G. W. Lee. A. B. Curlin and sisters, Mrs. Velm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 December 1913

free 0Qpr of Sever* nt your druggist, IEFIN fi HONE OF ARX a lie hoarKtí rattling ¡ií«u l t'uvl tvcds pro r"on«ol r««(t d M a y f 'J O 7 dy Harm's Bals luuble ryK ^ 11 lo Jil? OREGO the many very mater ial advantages? This i-> a competí tive age—competition in making accumulations is vcv< '.n n. Your neighbor has n hark account to systematize his finan i I nflfoirs, to him .«.i the o(. of IIIS matter in ineumo. i-i: :i pr.ctie business t;o: it < ford to let him i. sun i.i you af- íl i 'IVt'i. < !\L "> Viuoranty run* >UI I \ ¡■'very i'onu' BhouU" ly oí I ;Ijrii <u,i because the* it u nd f •nt'! <>ciitk>n [J| i- iu'í Tbest i . ri«íri .. "nil RVt.in *' near i:< - <■'. '.it* i ui! r • i'uk i:> xr«*,tt \urwMv. ii:' l ad ..ie niudc <-f pun-. u.,„¡| ires'; ■ :**>•• i nr. is: ; j« • iu'lv v\ Me . •") <'i > ittu.v tu j,ui; your po( Vi-t. CALDWELL LRUG COMPANY AND EMBALAAERS IA/F* NEVER SLEEP J. W. HARVEY FURNITURE CO. Dav Phone 26 Nir.H, 5 o...

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

p. * \ i cars yt wood have been •hipped oat this week to Temple other points., Uve and let Grocery Co. live. Thornton Attorneys W. W. Hair of Tem- ple and T. J. Carter of Soiner- trille, attended District coui't hení^ÚH week'. i ■* * «. Freah line of Groceries at P. A- Deutsch & Son, Phone 1*1. Work on the fine bungalow residence of Vince Heijl near the TTnton ware house is progressing rapidly and will soon be finished. Be sure to buy your Christ mas presents from the Metho- dist Ladies Bazar on Friday, Dec., 12th. Work was resumed Tuesday morning on putting down the new cement sidewalks in West Caldwell and if the weather will only stay fair a few days they will be finished, then our town will have more cement walks than any other town its size •round this part of Texas* An Easy Job. Every once in a while some cheerful individual remarks to me, "Well, now, that the paper la out I suppose you can take it easy for a few days." Ves, how delightful it is that a editor has practical...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 December 1913

I Tlie hoarxu rattling o#-* child OI night is the danger «igual thai ii"cds prompt attention. Severa's Balsam for Lungs is n valuable relief and a preventive for croup and croupy conditions common to children. Kor adults it is recommended for cousin, culds lu ar enwM, bronchitis, sore throat and various other linig V trouUlrs. Price 25 uud 50 cetits. At druggists. Severa'a Remedies are efficient. Be sure ond get SEVERA'S. argains We have l!is following farms listed for sale. rom i<cres of l'i'vl tin- m> or four hundred ;i< ros in bottom land, rest in posíuuk «i 1 uu It f," 'xl fence, ^20 00 ¡fivs i> )4* oil land tmimprov' d pric;\ Afi I>er acre v£U U" 100 arres of land, 75 ;tcr.'< in cultivation two djCA AA seis iiiiprovonL.s, price i -r acre *p«/VJ vv 137 ocres of land, part bi t -'- land ami part bottom land, :>0 acres in cultivation, one good set of improv.*- <t*TTC AA menls price per acre *P * v* Vv 200 ¡vfcrcs of land 5". acres in cultivation, one ¿OA AA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 December 1913

i «I lb« peitomn «t Caldwell, Texas, Advertising Rat «a 20o per Inch PER MONTH following number of in cha must be I weekly to obtain thee monthly rate tKloehe jBOe per Inch > so •• wc " •• ,00 " - - 4fic " " 1100 «• 40c " " II adrertlilnff run until ordered out. I readers ? 1-2 cents per line each ib«eri ..iption Per Year $1-50 T .r< e m >nihs frk-. Si* months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) .MNP YOUR OWN BUSINESS. Every one of us has definite work be done right in his own yard, lid not until that work is done «dibly and efficient is anyone tpable of walking out and telling neighbor how to keep his yard. time you mind some other low's business you neglect your . Many a man builds up in the false ghost of competition, ty a business would thrive— illy bound and rebound in >wth—were it not for the fact it organization as a whole spends time minding the methods of ipetitors than in sticking* to twrn affairs and making its own m superior and impregnable, time you mind some other...

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

t t $ $ $ 'i' You Need a Tonic There are times !n every woman's life when she ¿ !oríc *° hc,p her over the hard places. When-that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take—Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- posed of purelv vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has oenefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CRRDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earíh, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, 1 was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now 1 feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did, and caá eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. WEEmv. ~>.Ta?rrr. JVE HAVE MOVED Into our new bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 December 1913

Be hurvJ t> Ket your the Mo huditt Ladies Friday, !>«•<•., 12th. dinner at Bazar on POT? SALE—A tino farm near Caldwell. Apply at this office. W. G. Hundley returned to Tempi • Tuesday after a short visit to lm parents here tills "week attending district court. Wanted—Fat cattle and hotfs Highes market price paid at all times. Otto Wondorf. Miss Leon Webb left yesterday for Cleveland where she has ac- cepted a position as Manager of the Southwestern Telephone Ex- change of that place. _ • " "'** Try a sack of Acorn Flour, in is t he best. Thornton Grocery Co., A few more rent cottages cou'd easily be rented here, as there is hardly a day but what some one is looking for a house. By all means build more residences. The public is hereby notified to keep their hogs out of my pas ture or I will empound them as the law directs and demand dam- ages. Jno. Blasek, Porters Chapel, Texas The roads since so much rain are in a deplorable condition and farmers are almost unable to get o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 December 1913

i i i'* t Ü& YOU ARB INVITED TO ATTEND 0ÜE AND WHICH WILL BEGIN AT OCR STORE AY DEC., 6th And WiH Continue Until JANUA 4th, 1914 Our entire stock of Thousands of Dollars Worth of seasonable Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings will be sold without the s!:ghtest regards to what the/cost. A Ternfh' Sale sending Death and Destrucrion to high prices, Demoralizing all coinpetiton. Belovv arc just a iev. of the many items we have on sale. We guar/.ntce every transaction in this sale. Everything is just as represe? ted or vou gc.t your money back and there will be no ar. u r .e:v, \ i _ _ , orirr '■•tw/' C «! \ I^rjro Varioty pf T-i'lies, Men's, C DOMESTICS tlrid Í ■ Sw.'M. rs ;it ;i !,i<; In duction. One 1 Child lot of Twin City 1/1/. XJ-P 't,(if/, ^ .<• ; \ •'.* «* :m«l >L-.tl; s ull wool AO QO 10c quality | cr y.ti I 'ü j 1 t ,s l4,go HW-h*,! T, ; i Op " !! , rn.1orwwr beat Douie.-aio, lÍ4 jí«tar I • «ju ihty at • Hojm? rtml For mhos* S ift, ' ■i it i • , . iont.... 4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 5 December 1913

li "We have the Golden Crust Flour guarantee every sack. Phone 184. P. A. Dcutsih & Boom. £' m § % ai' In • every advertisement that apiiear* in litis issue, n* Vvcll i every issue of The there is an intonating st> « K vou search for litis story you • ill find that it telif you how to save >our inonoy by trading with! the people vrtiose«ad vturtisemen is are in the paper. Head every ad- vertisement carefully and you 'Will save enough money to buy your Christinas cj:k nog. "Yortt Livku Lacks Guisby's Liv-vkr-Lax. Try a bottle to day-day. Satisfaction guaran- teed. Ask Caldwell Drug Co. Business of all kinds continues to pick up in Caldwell, in spite of the fact that the croaker and knocker have both been busy during the past year. Caldwell is building right along and there is nothing that can hold it hack People who expect to thrive and prosper here had as weii get od the band wagon if they want to see the big show bye and bye. Kvery time a good road is made better why the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

uk; urleson i c'.V JteaOfw isso csr.vissv" AND NEWS-CHRONICLB '-rnr-v. olumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday December 11,1913 * I * jn| F ■ ( OREGO the many very mater- ial advantages? This in 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 income. Looking at the matter in a practical light, from a strictly business point of view can you af- ford to let him keep this advantage over you? Yq tr account will be appreciated at the The pirst State Banl^ Caldwell, texas Guaranty Funr. Bank THE WOBST FLOOD IN HISTORY The Brazos and .Yfgua Rivers Hither Than Ever Kn*wn. Much Damage and Many / Lives Lost. The worst flood in the history of the Brazos and Yegua rivers was the one the past two weeks, beginning last Monday week, December 1st. The waters began to rise as result of the heavy rains all up both streams, and by Tues- day morning both were sp...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

I'ií PR of Tesas, of Burleson, in hereby given that by i of a certain execution is- out of the Honorable Die tifot Court of Burl ««ton County, of tha 19ihday of November 19*3, bf G. W. Grant, District Clerk, of «aid Court for the «urn of .Fourteen Hundred Fifty Two and 80*100 Dollars and ooata of suit, voder a J udgement, in favor of G. L. Smith in a certain ouuse in Mid Court, No. 6151 and styled 0. L. Smith vs. Jno. A. Sheffel, placad In the hands for serviee, L L. W. Hen alee aa Sheriff of Burleson County, T#xas, did, on the 19th day of November 1918, lavy on certain Real-Estate, ait* anted in Burleson County, Texas, described as follows, to wit: A part of the F. Ruiz League, and described aa follows: Isl Tract; Beginning at 8. E. Corner of lot No. 1 of fifty four and one fourth aores, ,s«t apart to W. A. Green, from which a post oak marked W. bears 8. 81 St 4 vrs. Thence N. 19 W. 1225 vra. to a P. O. 5 inches in diaine- tsr marked A. being the N. E. corner of No, 1; Thence N. 61...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

m f r Ósfc a froe copy of PeveV* M"li"*l A raimo for 1014 at your druggist, or write dir -a; i u . RELIEF IN CROUP. The hoarec rattling couph of a child nt uight is the danger signal thai ro*cds prompt attention. Severa's Balsam for Lungs ta n valuable relief and a preventive far croup and croupy cotidi.ions common to children. Por adults it 1s recommended for coughs, colds, boar«p!u*hs, bronchitis, sore throat, tu^d Various uther lung.' trouldes. l'rice 25 and 50 cents. At druggists. Senra't lUmidlM «re efficient. Be tur and fit SEVERA'S. W. F. Severa Co. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA We have the following farn^s listed for sale. 80H acrfs of land throe or four hundred acres ip bottom land, rest in post uak all under good fence, AA price per acre i ImviUv 555 acres post oak land unimproved pride, ("OA AA l>er acre • • < )£"«UU 100 aerea of land, 75 acres in culti^tiíAr JMtí ( *I?A AA sets i mprovents, price per acre v«/v*UU 137 iteres of land, i>art black land and «art laud, 50 acres ...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

tilt* iMOUrfNa «i Caldwell. Te xa , y l«coiiá-dai| mall nutter. Advertising Rat®* On* Insertion IfOc p«r Inch PER MONTH The follow iaj¿ uuiiiber of lnohs mutt be ■wed weekly t> obtalu thee monthly raie. 1 to 9% iuohfi -«Oe 9 l«*ch 10 to 80 " We " «* SO to 50 41 4&0 " " SO to 100 M 40c " " All advertising run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 ceukt per lio# each insertion Subscript ion Her Year Il 50 Thr«?9 months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) DO NOT NEGLECT TO VISIT OUR SICK. Be sure to visit the sick among us. But above ail things do not croud in on Sunday. The sick are often neglected during the week, only to be visited to death on Sun- day. Unless when you visit the sick you carry along joy, hope and mirth, it would be best to stay away. An unfavorable opinion should ít find expression in the sick room. Life hangs on a brittle thread. And often that frail sup- port is hope. Never utter such an expression as, "How bad you look/' or, "I would have another...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

el ■ . RESCUED AIRING WIFE Alter Fonr Tens of Dieconragtng Gp In Despair. Huiband Cum to Catron, Ky —In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during IMs time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- ment relieved me for a while, but I was I lo my bed again. After I to do me any good. Lhad gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- menced taking It. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you arc all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and shorid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

* y ' * & f I ffcv;/ re- Live and let live. Thornton Grocery Co. Fresh line of Groceries at P. A. Eeutsch & £ on, Phoue 184. ÉW Sale—Good pi airle hay at all tigiqp. C. S. \* indel- 4? ^ POR SALE—A fine farm near Caldwell. Apply at this office. We want you to look at our line of Grocers, Hardware, China Ware & Etc. F. A. Deutsch A Son. We are on the Cornor Main & Buck Street, 600. Phone 184. F. A. Deutsch & Son. Don't fail to see the "Happy Jones Girls" at the Dixie theatre all this week* Methodist Sunday School Notes. Every pupil of the school is in- vited, requested and urged to make a special effort to be pres- ent next Sunday. We are ar- ranging our Christmas program and need you. All of the chil- dren are expected to take part in the singing. On Sunday, Nov. CO, our total attendance was 190, the next Sunday we fell off to 149. can make it 2C0 or more' Sunday. Come on. If the weath- er permits, our new pastor will be here then and we want a full school to wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

;ám i''-' Wf J THEjDATES .4 ío Jan. 4,19Í4 ur Great Fall and WinterGIearanceSale is Mow In Progress UR BARGAINS have met with the greatest approval by , t ! the many, many people that attended our grrat sale. The biggest and be st opportunity for economical [buyers. There is still thousands of dollars worth of new de- pendable merchandise to select from, at a SAVING ol One-Third to One-Half into on every dollar. Anything you buy at our store is a bargain. Money fv>r the goods on our shelves is our battle cry. his not a sale to consider profit, but to turn merchandise cash. Many of the pr ces we have made are less than * lanufacturcrs' cost, You will never be ab'e to buy so much r so little again. w e guarantee every pi ice and statement \vc made in tin* circular we sent you last week. Below are quoted a few of the Bargains offered during this o. v it sale >>vcr our circular carefully and you will be co iv in thai w * arc offering the greitest bargtins of the most ;> ¡iic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 12 December 1913

m Blocked and family of I, returned to their home iy after an extended visit to relatives in this city. Yont Pver Lacks Gihsby'8 Ur vfSR-Ux. Try a bottle to* dfcy-day. Satisfaction guaras- Mi. Aak Caldwell Drug 0^. Attorneys T. J. Carter of Som* ervllle and J no- M. Mathis of Sreftham, were passengers of te ir*t Santa train south in a week last Monday for their bomes. SF '• k.H..« "• V •' v , " 'i '' GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SPORT Goods, Wagons, Bsfk's Stoves, and Tom Pagitt Saddles LET US HAVE YOUR Orders for Christmas Cooking. Wo have |oo4i Wtfyj ■ ÉJ le Don't overlook the request of *h«>County Commissioners Court in regard to helping repair the xoeds and bridges in your neigh- borhood, as it will be impossible for the county's force to get to all oí them Inside of a year. The Imt requires you to put In five days on the roads every year, Ünt this has been tnforced In this eounty in recent years on account at the county having teams, but ssder present circumstances «very road overse...

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