Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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Citation By Publication.
THE STATU OF TKXAH.
To the Sheriff or any Constable
of Burleson County—Greet ine:
yoi; a hi: heküíbYCom hand
Kl> that, by making publication
of this citation in some news-
paper, published in the County
of Burleson if thorn be a news j
paper published in enid comity, j
(but if not, then in the ucuvs !
1 county where a newspaper i*
published) for eight wwka pre-
vious to the return day he;ecf,'
—Tuttle a 'i (11
Subscription Per Year $1.00
(Invariably in Advance.)
Mrs. J. VV. Carter of Houston
whoee residence i¡-¡
unknown, to be and appear iie
fon? the Ihstrict Court, lo lie
*holden in and for the Coun-
ty of Burleson at I he courthouse
thereof, in ('aidwell on the 13th
day of November, lbll, then and
there to answer the petition of
Palestine i'eckham, filed in said
court against, ihe said
Tuttle and Ella Tutle and alleg-
ing in substance as follows, to-
wit: That plaintiff is thesurviv-
ing wife of VV. H. Peckham, who
died on or about Oct, 1st liMiO,
and leíc a a i¡ 1 which named i,< i
Ian iudependant executrix. T! it
•aid Mrs. Ella Tuttle became
dissatisfied with said land de-
manded of the said W. if. Feck-
ham, that ho return to her the
turn of 91000.00, and that she
would deed the land in contro-
versey back to hint, That the
said \V. II. I'eckham. paid over
to her the mid sum of $1000 00,
and before having the property
redeeded to him, the said sun^ of
$1000 <R), and before having the
property ledeemed tj him, died.
Wherefore plaintiff prays that
•die have judgement for lite title
vnd possession of the above de
scribed land nd premises, tl"-at
she aforesaid deed bo set usidn,
e«ncelled Jind nnnnPed, for writ
■f p« ssession, for her rents anil
jamados #nd lur sueh other and
further relief that she may be
justly entitled to.
Hkiikin fail not, but have
vou then and there beforo said,
court, this writ, with your re-
turn therein, showing how you
have executed the same.
Witness, G. W. (¡rant Clerk
of the District Court of Burleson
Givkn under my hand and the
seal of said court, in Caldwell
this the 1 4th «lay of June A. I)..
1011, <3. \V. Grunfc, Clerk Dis
tiict Court, nurleson Co., Texas.
Is viMUDt bermother. Mrs. S. r. ¡at |)u, t¡,.|0 of B„¡(i ,v
•Kewcoinb. fdeath he was seized and po. -
jei ati'J i hci own r in fee simple
Dr. J. P Hp;irks of Cameron. J of die f Mowing deieribtd trael
was bete on business the !irsf of land in Burleson County, Tex
of the w. edf. EMDe '•"'ntnunit v j rop-
Ierty of plain-lit; ami tie* deceit**
that certain tract of lan.i
*itu tiled on the waters of lh<
ICast Yegua river, beginning at
\, \v. eornor of tlie B. Smith
Survey from which a P. O. mk -;!.
N. 17 In. in dia. brs. S. 7 W.
vrs. Thence N. 10 W 492 vrs
to a K'.ako for corner from which
Attorney K. E. Porter ' i ií -o |
bud, returned h« me the iirstoTj
the week "from visiting his par - '
ents at Center Point.
Now is the time for our peo-
ple to get lr* line and make an
effort to get all of the Tall trade.
The farmer is the man whose
business is wanted and he should
bo offered every inducement by
our merchants to do-.his trading
The city, as well as the < iti
Ken,'has a part to play in t he mat
ter of keeping the town in a san-
itary eonditon. The gutters, al-
leys, vacant lots and streets
should be looked after and the
sewers should be regularly flush'
„ed, «hile all pools of st tgnnnt
water should ba drained.
There ia absolutely nothing
that contributes more to the edu-
cational and moral growth in ru-
ral communit'e* than good roads
They are the natural channels
for new thonjrht? and liv ? idens
and those who live near them
tret Heir ^enafiti. ProsperHv
d jf.H not wan ier far from good
rmd* anl j.TO£re*sivo h^tr.e
bull lers ; resl )w. Leave them.
i lecjisionnlly we are asked why
we 1r) not publish pi' thnt hap-
pens. It is fortúnate fo: these
particular individuals fiat dis-
cretion occasionally demands
the ommisfion of unpleasunt
items. Hhotli we publidi all that
Htold to us we would bs witi ti e
angelí about 20 minute * after
our paper aere mailed.
We try to print all items that are
newt, or tbat will e ¿courage,
help or cheer any of our citizeue
life' rugged r.iad. we all
donbtleso woald enjoy
"all the niwfc" when it's
the other but we never
to lend aid to the goisepa
ling of teaoduls
>w in their
a B. J. H In. in dia. brs. S. *'n
W. 4 we. mked N. also a P. O
10 In. in dia. mked. P. br^. V
-'11 K 7 vrs. Th?nce N. 71 1%.
590 yr*. crossing a bt*an<di at K3
vrs. a stake for eornor in the W.
boundary line of the Satleberrv
Survey from which a P. (). 14 In.
in di i, mked. Vr. brs. X. vra.
also a B.J. mked. X brs. N. 2H
1(H vrs Thence li>east 240 vra.
to a stake for corner, from which
a B. J. 0 In. in <lia. inked. N. brs.
X. it) east 7| vrs. another 15. J.
4 In, in dins. brs. S. 17 W. If
vrs. I'lience N. 71 eas; <5pi vrs.
a stake for eornor from which a
Pin Oak 12 In. in dpi. mked. < ,
brs. N. 22A 10. 1} vrs. Thence
S. 10 10, 252 vr?. to a s ake for
B. 10. corner, from which a P. o.
12 In. in dm. brs. N. 10 10. M \ rs
Thence 8. 71 \V. 1411 vrs. to Im-.
ginning, containing 1.0U aerea oí
land. That on or about the ]st
day of Jan. 1011, defendants
unlawfully entered upon the saiti
premises and ejected phint-IT
therefrom and unlawfully with-
holds from her the possession
thereof to her damage §3000 00,
that, the reasonable rental value
is fo O.Oi) per annum. That on
or about the 1st day of January
1904, said VV. H. Peckhnm was
agent and attorney for the de-
fendant 5lrs. Ella Tuttle, and
that as such agent and attorney,
he represented her in closeing s
trade in the City of Chicago III.
That said W. H. Peckhnm was
allowed a commission of $1000.00
for representing t he sáid defen.
dant. Said com mission; was paid
by indorseing over to the said
W. H. I'eckham certain promisory
notes; Tbat on- n subsequent
date the trade fell through where
upon the said Mrs. Ella Tutle
demanded of the aaid W. H.
Peck am, that he return to her
the said notes whieh he could
not do because he had negotiated
the same but In lieu of said
notes the said Mrs. Ella Tutle
agreed with said W. H. Peckham,
that he should deed her the land
in <j on tro versey whioh he
GOAT 18 MAKING ENEMIES.
A pint's peculiar t a «te fur um-
brella* is causing no little resent-
ment auion^rt Brighton (Kngland)
citizens. On many perambulators
nowadays is fixed a basket-holder
for umbrellas. This goat Knows it,
raid whenever he has a cham-e, «hie
to the nursemaid talking to a cousin,
for instance, lie seizes the opportuni-
ty to make a meal of the umbrella.
A newspaper reporter saw him busy
with a nice silk oije the other day,
tearing great mouthful out of it Ije-
fore the nurse diseovered him. Then
it was the nui-t who was tearful.
Rexai and Nyal Remedies
Did you ever notice the guarantee printed on every
package of Rexall Remedies? Here it is:
•40i:aha-ntkk—'The United Drug Company
and the ltexall stoio selling this preparation
guarantee it to give satisfaction, if it d«H'á not
Ko buck to the store where you btni^ht it and
^et your money; it belongs to you and we
want \ on to have it.
Could tlsu'e be a fairer proposition than that? And ro •
member this isn't some irresponsible pedoter that is hero
thiswtek and may bo gone the next, but 'hid guarantee
is backed by responsible part « s.
The above guarantee applies to the Nysl line to J, We !
liave u fail line of these remedies, one for every ailment, j
i Starve (Si
i <*■ * -
A young m ;ro approached the
manager of an Alabama theater the:
oil r dry and ~r.it: .
. '\\C-\ aji, Ah wanta lo speak to au-
141f.1 í HY.
"To v. hat . áked the manager.
"Oa, I'm tIf<• iiuthority here. What
"I)ot ñ yo' Wr.at to hiah a ^ <>d
"Ah son)? an" dance jest !ak Mis-
tall Biiht Williams."
The n< <:rd htmg around. "Sitv,
mist ah," h< said a moment later,
' dfM - vo n< < i a good potah heah?"
'•No. fot one," said the malinger.
The negro still hung around.
Finally he grinned and said:
' Well, say, Miatah Authority, is
yo' got a ole suit of clothes vo' doan*
| Sfadebaker Wa^ns
|| Qoutl deep w« If
g pump> t wind mil s
wci tl hog proof
wire fi-ncc and
Don't forget us for everything
¡n Groceries and hardware.
A. F. GRABOW
HARDWARE GROCERIES IMPLEHENTS
& a, *-* ;v
"Marie, what was the preacher*!
"1 heard it, but I've forgotten.
You know I l).'iv«' a wreh-hed mem-
"Well, I'll ask Mrs. Flutterby the
next time I see her. She was there,
"Yes—but I can't tell you any-
thing ahout the hat nhe wore, moth*
er, if you're tr}ing to trap me."
BRITISH EMIGRATION. \
A lsiard of trude return just is-
im^d shows a great increase in emi-,
gration from the Brisish isles, espe-
cially to the Dominions. The nnni-;
ber of emigrants in April wss 41,-1
C00, sn increase of over 4,000 com-
pared with a year ago. Of theae 26,-i
000 went to the Dominions— 10,000j
to Canada. Some 18,000 went to
the United 8 ta tes, a reduction of al-
most 1,000 compared with a year
MORI THAN ONB.
Her Dad—No, sir; I won't hate
my daughter tied for life to a stupid
Her Suitor—Then don't ypu think
jrouM better let me take her off your
11IIIMHIH t HHIIHi y?v -ill IMMHII I I >
New Dry Goods
Oar FaJI SOx-k of l>ry Di-m (>on(lK. ete.,Uut: •, ;;>j>
«l;iily ;iti.| heian phwi-fl <m o.jr shelv«-n for yiiur itmp " a.
<()!««• a it'I tee • lie many new et eat ions hi Kail «;. !•«. Kx-
ri;«ifin oic line <• irefuily an ! .vnA will h« it natistlod t ;isi nt- f.
J)<jn'l forfget tbat. we have everything in <;lt S.
VAL- E. HERBST
hmihkim ce a i m 11 it UMniim f> Mi iiin
YOU ARK PROTECTED
¡i vr ii i n m t di^'fi! ip'dction
when you Hiipply ynurtnaat
wants nt this uiarnel. Prime
I e f, lamí , v al potk and
i oulfry fr m lie- t>;st i'arma.
We bandín f «jr po dn in the
most, modern v\o\ irt elean-
inesa and Mirroufldings.
kr~- VuÉfc t i ' i l'm * a ¿^s«LsLi Arfaswa—¿L
Wendorf's Nest Market
— "" —— —wLmm
;; For Ions leaf yellow pine lunber. All grades of |
I! Ahlnglei, compoiltlon roofings, doors and win* j
:: dows, full line glass doors, moulding and mill:
' > work, brick, lime and cement, window glass :
and putty, screen door hangers. Full line
screen doors and windows, black and galvan-
ized screen wire cloth, 3, 4 and **foot Hodge
~ In* else in our line.
foil I XtlMtttW
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, August 18, 1911, newspaper, August 18, 1911; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168759/m1/4/: accessed July 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.