Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, November 21, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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'fcr all by Cola
ose In million* of kitchen
Calumet is highest not only In
but In kmvtning pwutr m well—m-
t in results—pure to the extreme «ad
ivftally economical in use. Ask yoor
r. And try Calumet nest twin d«y.
Received Highest Awards
Shipments to Data
Grope of Previous Toan.
Ib future the Newn-Cbroniele
will print regularly each week
eotton fignre showing bhipmenti
from this point.
Middling basis oriw 13 l-3c
Receivers tniseeasou 12,227 bales.
1011-12 13,400 bateo
1910-11 9,037 bateo
1909-10.. .. ^ .... 6,674 baisp
19094)9 12,986 baleo
1907-0 8 .... 5,954 baleo
19064)7 13,157 baleo
19064)6 9,299 bales
1904-05 6,800 bales
1908-04.. .. .... 8,084 bales
19024)3 5.784 balo*
19004)1 8,589 bals*
1999-1900.. .. .. ..13,007 bales
.. ,*'....11,965 b
1197-98.. 7,216 bsl
Id the totals above gives, two
bales are counted ss oso
The figures ran from lbs
ef August to the 1st of Aag-
i for each year.
Methodist Ladies will hold
annual tasar-on Friday
.!«. Ptecj to bo announced
i aad Barley at
fP ' .
The teltovkn« res) estate trans-
fers have been made since cur
Frits Mhpann to O. W. Mimann,
lot in L. Diclcinson league, 950
P. H. Simpean to O. W. Mi-
maun, lots 1, 7 and 2 between
Banks and Temple streets, in
West Caldwell, $450.
P H« Simpson et al to August
Uneck, lots I afld 2 ih block
Simpson's Addition to West
A. C. Murray toWm. Kemble,
3 acres L. Dickinson league,
Win. M. Purdy to Joe Cididla,
106 acres W. P. Huff league,
W. H. Cummings et ux,
Junes Ferguson, 69 acres J.
Chance league, $4489.
W. W. Rankin et ux to M.
Neighbors et ux, lot in Block
West Caldwell, gift.
August Brinkman et ux to
Wm. Brinkman, 100 acres in
Joseph Henson survey, $2200.
Amos King et ux to Dinah
Cain, lot in Lyons, $35.
O. W. Mimann to P. H. Simp-
son et al, lot in L. Dickinson lea-
R. S. Bowers to John Gubik,
169 acres L. Dickinson league,
C. F. Koehler et ux to Thos.
Hruska, 62 acres 8. F. Austin
Tom Vajdak to 6. M. Hinton,
I acre Samuel Lawrence league,
>25. ¿ ,
J. 1. Isabell to Sam Roberts,
59 3-5 acres Orville Perry league,
Casper Landolt to J. T. Pear-
son. lot No 67 in Brenham ad-
dition to Somerville, $110
A. C. Dudly to Robert Kaye,
part of J. B. Chance league,
Lawrence Jackson et al to
Horace Jackson, 56 acres E- H.
Hall league, $840
Commencing Thursday night
we pot on our regular shew every
night, we will have a new pro-
gram every night. Texas peo-
ple like Texas doing, our service
will consist of Texas state right
features filled in with Texas and
Mexico doings, including some
of the most exciting and dis-
traction battles fought in Mexi-
co during the present revolution,
This Western border Service will
commence Monday Nov. ?4th
you can not afford to miss during
these exciting events reproduced
on our curtain at the Dixie every
night next week, to understand
it yon most see it all. hence be
sure to see all the shows which
opens at 7:30 o'clock sharp every
night. Friday night is regular
Feature night, we will have them
•y Friday night, don't fail to
see them; no extra charges this
week we will show Dramas, Com-
edies, Solax, Reliance and other
interesting production, our motto
is to get the best and give to you
at the cheapest price.
W. J. Porter & Son, Props.,
Mrs. H. E> Urbantke and child-
ren have returned to Lexington
after visiting Mrs. J. C. Cleb
who has been quite sick.
The grant Jury adjourned
Wednesday afternoon after re-
turning 30 true bills in felony
The attendance has inc
until we almost reached the 200
mark, Qn Sunday j the ttth tti*
report showed 180 present and
on the 16th 177,* Isn't that good?
And there was not only (rood at
tendances but good lessons, good
singiqg.gnd some extra good
whittling. Yes, sure ¿firIs can
whistle, almos? as well as the
boys. It makes fine music. The
poem ''The Burial of Mosea" as
read by Miss Kuby Smith, was
very much enjoyed by the school
There are stiU more than 60
on the absent list, and we want
to see them come out. And you,
gentle reader if you are one of
the 60, or perhaps you are not
a member of any Sunday school
this is a special invitation to you
Come out next Sunday, with a
firm resolve to be regular in at
tendance in the _/i ¿9*e.
Chelations will be here soon
áñd thV committee on the Christ-
mas entertainment was appoint
ed last Sunday. They are to go
to work at once and arrange a
nice programme. ,
The birthday jar did not re-
ceive any srecial attention last
Sunday, but several of the
"older boys" in class' 1<> say they
will have birthdays soon and will
help fill the jar.
F. H. Hitchcock, Supt.
Owrrtght a«rt SotaSair a Man
WHO WILL JOIN US IN THIS MOVE?
We owe it to our employes and we <>\ve it to ours-, lvc
to close our places of business on thi; day, and *ve have r< -
so'ved to do so, and we hope that every business house m
Oh, Calomel, ge$ outv of the
way and let LIV-VER-LAX do
tile work. Purely vegetable
Ask the Caldwell Drug Co.
Following is a list of letters re-
maining uncalled ¿OjyiaJthe Cald-
well postoffice for the week end
J. T. Browning,
& D. Baker,
J raneeseo D. Lerran,
Mrs. Violet Lonza,
N. A. Ninus,
Please state advertised when
calling for same.
E. T. Oliver, Post Master.
T. W. D. Club.
Last Friday afternoon at 4:30
little Miss Olga Jancik entertain-
ed the Y. W. D. club, on thelawn
of Mr. John Jancik, Jr.
Those being present were:
Misses Leila Henslee, Viola Hous
ton, Elisabeth Hartgraves, Ange
line Porter, Kathleen Soott Vel-
ma, and Fay Nix, Catherine Sale
Gladys Tanner Alma Simpson,
Bettie Duckworth, Mattie Wil
Hams, Alda Belle Struwe, an<i
Before departing ice cream
and cake was served.
Frank J. Kallus has returnrd
from Tyler Commercial College
where he finished the entire busi-
ness courses taught in that in-
stitution, in four months and
Notice To Telephone Sub
Plsaes report any esses of
trouble or bad service to Louis
Giddings or telephone No 81.
Bj doing this you will bslp es
to give better service.
Traue-Texas Tel. Co.
Louie Gid<ttngs, Bee.
well will <
In the mean time we hope the trade will give us a chance
to show tlitiii Mic h goods as they expect to buy in our line be-
fore Thanksgiving. W e have the right goods at the right
O «i D ♦ O
p« ices to add t<> the enjoyment ot your Thanksgiving. For in-
, ^jijiee )ou will want snow white linens for your table that day,
ánd we are headquarters for these goods as well as every-
thing else in tnc DRY GOODS LINE
The Store With a Conscience and The Store That Leads end Away Ahead
iiLiew'aswiwiiisai n r ■/*->itsws*
THE CENTFR OF ATTRACTION—
A HOME OF OUR OWN.
When yoi. ate looking for Home Furnishings, when you
have made uj> your mind to gratify your longing for a "real
home ' and wonder how you are to find it,---come here—-
like a "powerfu- magn t that draws" are the "Values" you get
here in i louse Furnishings. Their "drawing power'4 is---
warn AND I0WNE55 IN PRICE
n A « , ,
Some Alluring Bargains /\\vait you in Our Rug and
floor Covering Department. w e-cannot quote prices here *s it
would require teo much space.
Iron Bed and Springs
Before unloading a Big Car'of Iron
Beds and Spring-; which will arrive
soon. We want to sell every bed we
have on our floor. Our stock is brok-
en and limited. W'e want t, make a clean sweep of the
whol: lot—all odds and ends. Come and get ere bifoic <
they ar~ all gone and save money.
Don't o der goods, until you investigate, arid get our
prices.—Bring your Catalogue with you. WE WILL
SAVE you money.
If you need a Piano. Organ or Sewing Machine. See
our line before you buy.
J. W. HARVEY FURNITURE COMPANY
THF HOfltf OFTJEPENDABLE FURNITURE t
Day Phone >6. Night * or 134.
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, November 21, 1913, newspaper, November 21, 1913; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168857/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.