Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, November 17, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, November 17,1911
Death of L. O. Fraim.
Them la just one way to do buaineaa and that ia ibe beat
wMy. Cell and let us telle this best way over with ycu. You
Hi' always find our latehatrlng out during banking hours.
Oil fetnk Iifh prosperad because it haa alwaya dono buaU
ness in the beat way. We bank on you and you bank with
ua and tbua we can help eachother up the hill to prosperity.
First State Bank
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QUARANTY FUND BANK
IO OTHtft IUIINII I THAN IANKINQ
We'll Surround You
With the finest stock of stationery
yoii ever saw for a small outlay of
money the verjr highest grade of goods
at exceptionally low prices. We have
everything for the home writing desk,
for the office, or the ahoolrouii , and
onr prices are based upon a desire to
give the best values on the market for
cash. No matter what you want we
have it right, at the right prico.
CALDWELL DRW COMPANY
U O, Fraim died Friday morn,
lag November 10th at the age of
49 years, I m>11 th and 24 days
Tht funeral service* ware held
the nest afternoon at "the family
residence bv Rev. A. N\ Pledger
asalated by Revs. W. 8. Lackey
at 4 o'clock and the remains
were intered inMaaonic earn
alary, the funeral and bu-
rial being attended by
large cortege of relatives and
friends of deceaaed. The flora
tributea were many and beauti-
fu', the grave being literally
banked with wreaths of various
deaigns. The immediate «anse
of the death was undoubtedly
heart failuiy Mr. Frsiin and
five or six communions were in
the Brazos river noar the Carson
I 4 Smith place bathing, mid
all had juat swum ■- cross to I he
Brazos county aide and were
coming back to this side of the
river, when he was seen to sud-
denly sink. He remained under
the water for only a few minutes
when be arose to the top. after
which the body flouted. Him
companions rushed to liiin, car-
ried him t) the bank which wn*
not many feet distant and tried
to resuscitat&Jdmr bat life was
gone. Then* wax no water in
his lungs, showing that he did
not die of strangu ation. It ¡p
believed that the chilly wa'er
now hAve on hand the
best Stock of
Ever shown. We are selling
more Clothing and more of
everything else than ever in
the history of this store*
Therefore we can and
are selling at
It You Want to Save Money buy From
X. F\ GILLEY
••TH© Store That Saves You Money
f No sir The Depot
When There is Money in
The possession of a Bank account brings a content*
ment which mean* more than simply a feeling of imle-
pviidence. Worry hurts more Mian work, and d<* «you
no grind. 80 110 m.itter how hard you wot!..
accomplish very litllo as long an you worry, and ¡ n*
this reason the contented person in always sure -hiV!.
When it is so easy to start an acoount at our bank ;trt«l
means so much toward your happiness and sue • *,
why put it off any longer?
Caldwell National Bank
Depositcr-y for City of Caldwell Funds.
Depository for County of Burleson Funds.
JUKE A LIST
Of the groceries you need aaA.
try the experiment of having it.
filled here. You will be pleased
with the promptness #Tth which
we fill your order pleaaed with
the quick delivery, pleased witb<
the lower prioes you pay and^
above all pleased with the aplau-
did quality of the groceries.
and the vio!ent exercise in swim
iniiig, caused heart failure and
hat he died suddenly, never
breathing after he sank. The
further fact that the body float-
ed after it came to the top, is al-
so another proof thai ho died
from some other cause than
Irowniug. lie was welt known
to the people of the county
for he spent most of bis life serv-
ing thepublio. His public career
l egnn by his being elected .lust-
re of the Peace anil cnunty
conimissioner lor the Fraimville
MTciuct, nft: r which he moved
to Tunis where for many years
le prael ced law. 11 o was eh ct-
d county attorney when Judge
5. J. Alexander was elected
ouuty Judge. At this time lie
moved with his estimable fa i ily
to Caldwell which has since been
lialioir.e, nnd l.e served three
consecutive terms us county at-
torney making a good officer.
For the last two terms !io has
been city attorney of Caldwell
vhich oftloe he held at the time
)f his death, lie was a self made
man and had a keen insight in-
to human nature. Being natur-
ally a good judge of men and
affairs and having a genial dis
josition, he made friends wher-
ever he went, and in this county
• the nano of Lio ír.wuüo wua lo*
gion. The instances of his gen.
erosifty and big heartadness am
almost innumerable and it in
doubted if any one ever went to .
him in need and went away
empty handed. He was neiths* •
selfish nor avaricious and tb ~
verdict of the people who knew
him best ia that an honeat, char,
itable big heaated man has gone
from our midat. On August 9U&.
1882 he waa married to Miss Ida.
Simpson who with the following -
children survive him: Mrs.
Bertha Giles living near Vega;
Mrs, Grace Longtnoor of Pales-
tine; Clyde Fraim of Denver..
Cobrado; Claud Fraim of Buf*>.
falo, Kansas; Miss Myrtle andL'
Iiufus Fraim residents o' Cald- -
well. All were present nt the
funeral and burial except Clyda
a id Chinde and Mrs. Giles who
could not reach here in time on, ,
account of the distuncp. Ble
aged mether Mrs. John R. Fraim
Sr., and all of his brothers and
si iter < vere here. The entire •
community extends sympathy to
his family aud relatives in their,
The burial took place under tha
auspices of the Woodmenof the
World of which order deceased,
was a member.
One second hand buggy and^
one pump for sale. Apply to,
L>r, J. C. McGregor
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, November 17, 1911, newspaper, November 17, 1911; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168771/m1/1/: accessed May 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.