Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, May iq, 1911
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THE fellow who tries to attract busi-
nees without advertising:, is like the
fellow who throws hit sweetheart a si-
lent kiss in the dark. He knows what
he is doing but nobody else does."
That is the reason we are advertis-
ing. We want your business and
take this way of letting you know
we want it. We want it for our
Come in and lets talk it over
Uhe Jí/rst State ffiank.
Of Caldivott, Tjoxas
GUARANTY FUND BANK
•NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING"
When You See Our
in front of your door you ran rel
ish th" thought that your neigh-
bors know you trade with first- j
elass grocers anyway. But thatj
i-n'i h fraction of the satisfac-'
tion you'll have when you couic
to use the groceries we eerri you j
Mak 11 up a trial order is un ox- \
periment. Include fht art irlos
of which you are the best. judge.
We art confident <>f your ap-
District court convened here
Monday with Judge E. K. Sinks
presiding and J. 8. Jones prose-
cuting for the state. The follow,
ing grapd jury was empanneled
and sworn: foreman, D. C. Al
ford, W. VV. Watson, J. D. Gid-
dings, T. C. Er.sley, 8urrey Smith
colored, J. F. Krenek, J. W.
Norcrows, J, A. Love, J. W.
Chambers, B. ( . Jackson, li. A.
Lewis, Frank Wiebusch. Then
the following bailiffs were ap-
pointed and swern in: Door
bailiff, Coke Rowland; riding
bulifTs E A. E lis, VV. S. Ilous
¡tun. Jim Reeves, Walter Monta-
gue, Allen Oldham, Jesso Hitch
cork, J. (J. Uagsdale. The jury
| then repaired to the count}
judge's office where they wen',
j to work investigating business
Petit Jurors—Second week.
Fritz Lehde, John K, Drgac,
J T Moore, W B Terry. i> Speck-
man, M F Phegley, Gus Poehls
Win Lenock, Ii E Haddox, Vine
Dusek, Fred Museholes, Frank
Blinka, (' D Roberts. My Kiel,
Paul Trcaiek, A M Hill, Ed
Drescher, Jr., Frank Dusek, H
A Brantley, Jr., Fritz Lamhreght
Otto Dungen, Emile Maresh, J
VI. Houston, Frank Braver.er.
Hy Gregg, Tom Bra vence, Cliff
Douglas-, C M Black, Fritz Hel
man, J K Little, H VV Schultz,
T F Gil ley, T G Hill, T B Park •
hill, ('has Matejowsky, H Opper
L >uis Mais, ti E Newcoiuh,
FINE SPRING CLOTHING
Clothing that is Sty.
lish as well as substan-
Clothing that is up-to-
date in pattern and up
to your expectation in
quality. Several ship-
ments already received,
several more to come.
And as usual there is
a saving in the price.
X. F\ GILLEY
"The Store That Saves You Money"
>mr 'i he Depot
Teach Your Boy or Girl
! The Value of a. Dollar!
There is no University or College In this coun-
try that can teach a better lesson than this, nor
a more importsnt one.
We Will Gladly Help You
Open an account for your Son or your Daughter
and urge them to save. Teach them this les-
son while they are young. We will be glad
to take the account regardless of its smallness.
• Catchveli Tfationai ffian/c i:
; Depository for City of Caldwell purjds.
Depository for Burlesoi) County Funds. J
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"My Lady Fair"
require* dainty appointment* on her
dressing-table, and her desires in that
direction are hew in great variety, .
Brushes, l'uffs, Powders, Perfumes.
Fancy Soaps, (Jold Cream , and every*
thin ; necessary for a refined lady's
toilet. We carry also a-full line of
pure drujfs and standard medicines,
and our prescription department is fa-
mous for its exactness, prom .tness and >.
Caldwell Drug Company
Chas. Gerdes, John Sauler, H F
NVomack. Ausiu Xelms, A L
Ewing J VV Settlemeyor. Frank
Kovar, W M Peters, J II Block-
er G VV Pillow, Jaeob Fuchs, E
H Lang, Louis Spitz, J H Duck-
worth. Arthur Burnett. Antone
Pinter, J B Crawford, Otto Faust
J J Holik, John Calvin, John
McCowen, T H Brewer.
A Sad Death.
The remains of Miss Mary
Kenney of Austin were laid to
rest in Masonic Cemetery here
Saturday morning, the funeral
services being conducted at the
residence of Dr. J. VV, Matthews
by Rev. J. VV, Goodwin. She
had been operated on in the
Kenney hospital at Shu Antonio
a few days before and died from
the effects of the operation. - De-
ceased was a daughter of Capt.
and Mrs. M. M. Kenney and a
niece ot J. W. Matthews, and
had just bloomed into mature
womanhood. She was a mem
ber of the Methodist church and
a christian young lady admired
by all who ¿new her. Several
years ago her father Capt. Ken-
ney died and she leaves surviv-
ing her, her mother Mrs. Ken*
ney, and one sister, Mrs. Mar-
garete Kress of Austin.
The Ledger, 1 year, 1 dollar.
A dog that was acting as if í
mad was killed Monday after-
noon and a dog bitten by this -
dog was also killed. There is
no absolute proof that the first
dog killed was afflicted with,
rabies, but it was deemed best-
to be on the safe side. As other
dogs may have been bitten by
this one, it will be well for child-
ren to be on the alert and not.
unneccessarily fool with dogs.
Tuesday afternoon while play-
ing with an air gun, Burt the
5-year-old eon of E. P. Mueller,
sccidently discharged it, the ball'
entering the right hand at the
base of the middle ttnger and'
lodging against the bone. It was •
immediately taken out by a phy-
sician and the little fellaw is.
Last Sunday morning at at*
early hour the dead body of Gus
Schumacher, unmarried and 58
years old, was found hanging
in the corn crib of his brother's
wife's children, a few miles fron
Brenham. No motive for the
rash net is known. Deceased is
survived by three brothers, Fritz
of Gay Hill, August of Caldwell..
and William who lives some.
where in Nebraska.
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 19, 1911, newspaper, May 19, 1911; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168746/m1/1/: accessed June 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.