Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1911 Page: 1 of 6
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Caldwell, Burleion County, Tesa*,
tESENT ahapen the FUTURE. What you do ¡
mcerns the things of tomorrow. A deposit today <
is a competence tomorrow.
you are at all anxious about your financial future, !
ild quickly seize the opportunity to save money. It. ;
tter to save today than to try to eeonimzo tomorrow. ;
Make good une of the present; open an account with us !
►AY, And TOMORROW try to increase it.
"he J'irst State ffiank.
' Of CaMmtH, Ctm
QUARANTY FUND BANK
OTHIR IUIINKII THAN BANKING!
should not he mad a more bother-
some by the Isclc of sugar,
spices, etc.. when needed. If
you are going to do up anything-
this year why not oome right
now to this ho * of to-
groceries and get the tilings you
will need and need fo the min-
ute. Don t wait, r-orne today.
Simpson Grocery Co,
For Á New Court House.
There Is being oirculated and
numerously signed a petition to
the commissioner's aonrfc asking
them to order an election to be
hsld so the people can vote on
the question as to whether or
not the court shall issue bonds
to the amount -of One Hundred
Thousand Dollars for the pur-
pose of erecting a Dew and up-
to-dato court house, If the elec-
tion carries, it is the intention
to spend $90,000 for buildiug a
court house and there will be
left 910,000 with which to furn-
ish it in a suitable and modern
That a new court house is
needed will be readily admitted
when it is noted that the vault
for keeping deed and mortgage
records is in a crowded con-
dition; the vault in the office of
the district court is filled to over
flowing with infportant- papers
and no room for more of them;
the couuty superintendent of
public instruction has no offtcfe,
but has to stay in the county
judge's office; the tax assessor
ha* no offfoe, and ha? to hold
forth in the sheriff's office; there
is no room for the accomodation
of witnesses when tyey are put
under the rule; room is scarce
for property quartering juries
while the tax collector's office
large enougu for
tight between two torn cats. A
iiHW court house is becoming a
necessity and if one is erected it
will epeak well for the progress
of the county.
Start a BaoK A<
The man who hasn*t a bank account can
I no more important business for today thi
• immediately right his affairs by
; relations with a bank. No present
¡ no immediate profit should stand In
I No sacrifice Is too great to make to the
: that the saving habit and the banking hal
I should be immediately begun. If you havei
; an account with a bank, start one today. Tir
; and habit will do the rest. We offer you al
¡ lute protection for your saving.
I Depository for City of Caldwell Fuods*
Depository for Burlesoi) County pui
; J. C. Womble, Pres.
; C. C. Netas, Active VIce-Pres.
A.F. Grabow, 2nd Vic
T. Kraitcbar, Jr., Cashier.
Directors—J. C. Womble, A. F. Grabow, C. C. Nelms, A.
; Jenkins and T. Kraitcbar, Jr.
Short County Court.
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That Youthful Girlish
Is there a woman who does not wish to
have a youthful figure? It is much more
important than a youthful face. The
mature woman, if she has hekTber lines,
will look young beside her own daughter.
Her figure will stiRJbo youthful and «he may wear
frocks as fascinating as fashion creates.
The form, if shaped with proper corseting, will re-
tain its supple appearance and wonderful pliancy.
The design* of Warner's Corset possess this useful
shapintr power. A Warner's Corset literally makes
over the figure. It strengthens the muscles, beauti-
fies all that nature has given, and the form from the
young girl to the matrou holds its own.
We guarantee Warner's Ccrsets to shape fashion-
ably and cJnfortably, to wear well, not to rust,
break or te#<
3I.OO TO $7.00 PER PAIR /■"
Security Rubber Button Hose Supporters attached to all VV arner s Corsets.
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
t F. GILLEY
"The Store That Saves You Money."
County Court convened in
regular session for the March
term on Monday morniug and
proceeded with the business lie-
fore it and made a record for
quick work. By 2 o'clock there
had been 14 pleas of guilty and
the rest of the oases on the crim-
inal docket were continued or
•disposed of in -one way or an-
other and the civil docket was
'then sounded, it was found tba*
there were no civil cases to be
ready for trial and this docket
was disposed of. and, by three
o'clock, the jury had been paid
and discharged tor the term. Of
oourse, court stands open for
business for tho rest of the term,
but so far as is known, thgre
will be no further business to
Monday afternoon as Hosea
.Rockett was on his wheel trying
to overtake a motorcycle and go-
ing at a great rate of speed, the
wheels skidded with him in front
of Di. A. H, Foster's residence.
Hosea was thrown to tho ground
after turning somersault or two,
with the result that his head,
faoe and hauds were pretty bad-
ly skinned up. A phvsician
dressed the wounds and Hosea
will be all right in a few days,
though his injuries were painful
Walksr Benson returned to
Walnut Springs Monday after a
business trip to this county.
J. L. (lidding* returned Mon-
day from a business trip to Sora-
Sunday morning there
held iu the Methodiqt
missionary rally in behi
following program was
General Survey of the
Missionary Work.— W. M.
The Laymen's Missionary
Movement.—I. E. Brooks.
Our Home Mission
Miss Fannie Stone. " *
The Christian Relation
Money.—R. 8. Bowers. \
All-these talks were wsil
pcujpd and well delivered occu-
pying the attention" of the con.
gregation for about an hour and
thirty minutes. There had been
prepared a special program of
music which was an interesting
feature of the services. At the
conclusion there was taken up a*
collection for missionary pur*
poses and the sum of ¿100 was
realized. It was then sgreed that
there should be enough
so tnat the amount will ai
12 per capita for the member-
ship. This will amount to about
$600 as there are about S00
The Pierce Fordyce Oil Asao*
ciation is erecting a new storage
house at their tanks near the
depot. The building Is 16 by 20
feet and will make the handling,
of oil from tanks more eon*
venient for draymen and otfeers
who haul oil. As soon as the
building is completed the tanks
will be repainted a new bright
R. «T I'olansky has purchased
two new motorcycles that do
the printing act to perfection.
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1911, newspaper, March 10, 1911; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168737/m1/1/: accessed June 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.