Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, April 5,191a
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■ Where one mail get* rich through hazardous spec-
ulation, a hundred get POOR.
> Where on* man stays poor through the slow meth-
ods of saving, a hundred get Rich.
¡ The wise man chooses the better part, and places
his money in the bank.
NOW IS THE TIME. The place is
Mrs. Josie Greathouse Dead.
The First State Bank
GUARANTY FUND BANK
NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING
^attest Y00*11 Shake Hands with Yourself
when you get acquainted with this Drug
«ton , because you will find everything
to your satisfaction. QuWitv, r; onntitv,
prices and courtesy will suiely please
you. We do business on the principle
of treating all customers right,'and thr.t
always brings th'-m back agnin. Ev-
erything that a high grade, up-to-date
Drug store should have will Ix.1 found
here at right prices.
Caldwell Drug Company
Mrs. Josie Mays Greathouse,
wife of Milton E. Greathouse,
died at their home in Shérman
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock, at
the age of 20 years and 29 days.
The remains were shipped here
and the funeral too* place Sun-
day afternoon st the residence of
F. O. Greathouse, the services
being conducted by Rev, J. W.
Goodwin, ana the burial took
place in Masonic cemetery.
Deceased was a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mays and
was born and raised in this
county. In 1901 she was hap-
pily married to Milton E. Great-
house and they made their home
in the Urazos bottom until two
years ago, when they moved to
In early life she joined the
Methodist church, of which she
was always afterward a devout
member. Born with a sunny
disposition, she was admired by
all who ever knew her. It can
be truthfully said of her that she
was a pure,sweet Christian lady,
her life being a benediction to all
around her. Her husband and
the following children Survive
her: Walter, age 9; Marie, age
7; Vernon, age 5, and Edna, ago
1. The bereaved family has the
sympathy of friends everywhere.
Ledger ad9 bring good results.
WHAT DOES THIS STORE'S CON-
STANTLY INCREASING BPSI-
NESS SUGGEST TO YOU?
Doesn't it Suggest Confidence? Doesn't it Sug«
*4*"" gillTIie Goodness of Our
CLOTHES of QUALITY
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY US
DOESN'T it indicate a strict observance of
those minor points of tact and courtesy so
important to business building? Doesn't it
ilcmonHtrate clearly this store's ftkúlities for selling
high-class merchandise at popular prices? Doesn't
it suggest the wisdom of you yourself becoming a
patron of ours? All we ask is an opportunity of
Showing You the Handsome New
Saits lor Mea aad Younf Mea
VA/e Are Selling at
$10,12.50. IS, 1730 Md 20.00
T. F. GILLEY
"The Store That Saves You Money*'
Near The Depot • - Caldwell, Te*i
YOUR FRIEND IN MISFORTUNE
THE NAN With a BANK ACCOVN T
IS ALWAYS PREPARED FOR.
If sickness comes to you, or ac-
cident or any other form of un-
expected disaster, your bank ac-
count will see that you are taken
care of, and that your family, if
you have one, will not want. It
will tide you through the loss of
employment, and find you another
job. It will give you a security
from fire and thieves. You are
growing each day, is your pros-
perity and your protection keep-
ing abreast with your work? If
not, start right today, by keeping
an account with our bank.
WE OFFER. YOV SAFETY. SEC. .
R.ECY, and COVRTESY.
Caldwell National Bank
Depository for City
of Caldwell Funds
Depository for County
of Burleson Funds
A CUP OF GOOD TEA
is always welcome. It makes
the visitor feel at home, the
hostess more sociable. If you
havn'i tried our tea you have
missed a rare treat. Let us
send you a pound along with a
trial order for some of our other
Simpson Grocery Co.
Burleson Guards Inspected.
('apt. Justine of the United
States Array, assisted by Col. E.
E. Walker, inspected the Burles-
on Guards last Thursday after-
noon. The boys made a fine
showing and everything pertain-
ing to the company was found to
be square up to the requirements.
For tanks, cisterns, irutters,
flues, .e;c., go to Robt. Polansky
at Jancik's Htore. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Phone No. 10.
Fine Brick Passenger Depot.
The Ledger man has been in-
formed on good authority that
the Santa Fe will in the uear fu-
ture erect a tine brick passenger
depot on the site of the present
one. The old depot will be
moved further up the track and
used as a freight depot. Just
when this will be done is not
definitely known, but will in all
probability be accomplished the
latter part of this ooming sum-
This is a much needed and
long wanted improvement and is
welcome news to the traveling
B. C, Newberry wat a Lyons
visitor here Saturday.
Two Negros Accidently Shot.
Last Thursday afternoon at
Joe Bowers railroad camp be-
tween here anci Doanville two
negroes were accidently shot,
Mr. Bowers accidentlly discharg-
ed ¡in automatic pistol. The ball
hit something that caused it to
glance and it went through the
hand of one negro and lodged
just beneath the skin on the
belly of another one.
The rauHic pupils of Miss Maud
James gave a recital in the op-
era house Thursday evening to a
large audience. A splendid pro-
gram liad been arranged for the
occasion, every number being a
fine selection, well rendered. It
was a tirst-class entertainment
and demonstrated Miss James to
be an accomplished and efficient
teacher. All who attended were
immensely pleased with theeveu-
Rev. W. C. Dunn, district su-
perintendent of the Anti-Saloon
league, was here from Houston
Sunday. There was a meeting
in the Methodist church that
morning, and iu the evening an-
other meeting wss held in the
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, April 5, 1912, newspaper, April 5, 1912; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168785/m1/1/: accessed June 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.