Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, January 28, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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The State of Texas, County of
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of a certain Order of Sale
issued out of the Honorable Dis-
trict Court of Burleson County
on the 2Hth day of December,
1915, by 6. W. Grant, Clerk of
said District Court for the sum
of Three Hundred Thirty One
I 50 cts. ($331 50) Dollar and
of suit, under a Judgement,
t favor the plaintiff in a certain
in said Court, No. 6411 and
W. E. Matejowsky vs. T.
J. Neeley, et aU placed in my
lianda for service, I, E. A. Ellis,
*8 Sheriff *of Burleson County,
Texas, did, on the 5th day of
January, lttlS, levy on certain
Heal Estate, situated in Burle
son County, Texas, described as
follows, to wit:
Out of the J. M. Sanchez t*o
and one half league grant in Bur-
leson County, Texas, and dé-
se ribed as follows:
Being a part of a two hundred
Sere tract sold to W. J- and Sam
att by Meek . Beginning
T. E. corner of saidtraetuir.om
Í. J. Bra. S. 41 E. 8. Vrs. anoth- States.
B. J. Brs. 8. 24 W. 2 Vrs.
Thence 8. 19 E. 860 Vrs. corner
s leaning P. O. Brs. N. 38 1-2 W.
28 Vrs. Thence N. 54 8 4 E. 1149
Vrs. corner, Kite B. J. Brs, N. 19
W. 10 Vrs. Thence north 15¿)
Vrs. to place of beginning, con
taining 100 acres of land, and
levied upon as the property of
T. J. Neely, and that on therUrst
Tuesday in February, 1916, the
same being the 1st day of said
month, at the Court House door
of Burleson County, in the City
of Caldwell, Texas, between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 4jp. m., by
virtue of said levy and said
Judgement, I will sell ftaid above
described Real Estate at public
vendue, for cash, to the highest
bidder, as the property of said
T. J. Neely,
And in compliance with law, I
give this notice by publication,
in the English language, once a
week for three consecutive
weeks immediately preceding
said day of sale, in the Burleson
County Ledger, a newspaper
published Burleson County.
Witness my hand, this 5th day
of January, 1916.
E. A. Ellis, Sheriff,
Burleson County, Texas.
Shosvtaf BhtpnitfB*> to Dili ud
Orops of Frvfioos Tsars.
from this point.
Received tnUveaion 7,050 bales.
Price middling basis 11 8 4c.
1911-12 18,400 bales
1910-11 9,987 bales
1909-10.. .. -« .... 5,674 bales
1908-09 12,986 bales
1907*08#. .# n* .... 5,964 bales
1906-07 13,157 bales
1905 06 • e • • tsl • esse 9,299 bales
1904-06 8,800 bales
1908-04.. .. «« .... 8,084 bales
190248 5.784 bales
.... 8,672 bales
A .. .... 8,589 bales
L .. .• ...11,866 bales
I, . te-.< . e ... 7,216
td the totals above given, two
balss are counted
Ths figures run from tha
of August to tits 1st of lar
of the town for contri
with which to buy i
motor truck for the Are depart-
ment, a meeting of the firemen
was held at which meeting they
unanimously voted to buy a mo-
tor truck with attschments.
A purchasing committee com
posed of three flrenjen were ap
pointed to act with committee
men to be appointed from the
business men whe so generously
contributed to said fund,
The business men met at the
K. of P. hall Wednesday evening
at 8 p. m. and at that meeting
they voted unanimously for a
motor truck and appointed three
to represent that body as pur-
chasing agents. From the City
Council two were appointed.
Those forming that committee
are, from the fir$ department,
J. D. Godby, R. Struwe, Jr.,
Robert Scbweda; from business
men, J. N. Thornton, J. J. Mar-
esh, F. H. Hitchcock; from the
City Council, H. Alford, W. E
Simpson. This purchasing com-
mittee witl buy one of the most
modern chemical motor trucks
and then Caldwell will have the
best equipped fire department of
any city it's size in the United
For Sale—A.pair of medium
sise work mules. Apply to Worn-
ble, Jenkins & Jenkins.
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o'clock another pioneer citizen
passed away when Mrs. Fannie
M. Gregg died at her home here
after an illness of two weeks or
more with pneumonia, and the
funeral sei vices were conducted
at the family home by Rev
Bishop of the Baptist church
Thursday morning, after which
her remains were taken to the
Tunis cemetery eleven miles
east of here, thé old family bury-
ing ground and enterred besice
those of her beloved ones who
had gone on before. She was
one of the early settlers in this
country, and a noble, good heart-
ed, kind and chritablelady, loved
by all who knew her. She leaves
five children two sons, John and
Henry, and three daughters,
Mrs. T. 0. Easley, and Mrs. J.
T. Moore of this county, and
Mrs. Charlie Moore of Gause,
and two brothers, G. W. and R.
H. Grant, besides other rela-
tives to morn her death. To
whome weextend our condolence.
Following is a list of lettres
remaining uncalled for in the
Caldwell postoffice for the week
ending January 27, 1916. Please
say advertised wher calling for
Ayala, Salvador L.
Hardman, R. M.
x White, Sam.
Many Like This in
Similar Cases Being Pub-
lished in Each Isaue.
The following case is but one
of many occuring daily in Cald-
well. It is an easy matter to ver-
ify it. You cannot ask for bet-
Ben G. Jackson, farmer and
stock dealer, Alligator St., Cald-
well, says: "I had a dull ache
and soreness in the small of my
back. Cold settled on my kid-
neys. The kidney secretions
passed irregularly and I had
other symptons of kidney com-
plaint- I used Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured at the Caldwell
Drug Co., and they relieved the
trouble and put my kidneys in
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply aak for a kidney remedy
—«get Doan's Kidney Pills—the
same that cured Mr. Jackson.
Foster-MUburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Just because you are feeling
the ill effects of a torpid liver is
no excuse for buying a harmful
medicine that has brought phy-
sical decay to thousands. Cal-
omel is dangerous and as every-
one knows has very disagree-
able and weakening aftereffects.
Medical science has found a na-
tural, vegetable remedy GRIGS.
BY'S LIV-VER LAX that thor-
oughly cleanses the liver and bow
els without causing any bad feel-
ing. Children can take it with
perfect safety. Every bottle
guaranteed. 50c and $1 a bottle.
None genuine without the like-
ness and signature of L. K.
Grigsby. For sale by Caldwell
]£' * *• '-S
«Mm*! Unr Tan"
Mr Hu 6iM ni 1m luí
Lm a Bay's Wirt
Liven up your eluggieh liver I Feel
flue sad cheerful; alike your work •
pleasure; bé rigoroua «ad full of ambi-
tion. But taice no nasty, dangerous
eslomel becsuae it makes you «¡ck and
you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of toe bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
Listen to me! If you want to enjoy
the nieest, gentlest liver snd bowel
cleansing you ever experienced just take
a spoonful of bartulea# Dodaon'e Liver
because you will
your liver will be wor
end dizziness gone;
sweet and ooweis regular.
Dodson's Llw Tone is «aaftli
table, therefore harm lens and
salivate. Give it to your
Millions of people are using
Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel
now. Your druggist will tell you thai
the sale of Calomel is almost stopped
This week Will H. Hundley an-
nounces for the office of County
Clerk, subject to the action of
the democratic primaries July
28, 1916. He has served as
deputy clerk during the entire
terms of Clerk Wondrash and
before this was deputy tax col-
lector, and has served the peo-
ple with kind and courteous
manners, ever ready at all times
to render them any service in
the office without a murmur, and
if there is a man in the county
who deserves to be elected with
out opposition it is Will Hundley,
and the voters can rest assured
that the affairs of the office will
be handled in the same efficient
man nor as they have been dur-
ing the past years under his
Notice to Road Overseers of
This is to give you notice that
if you haven't already worked1
your road hands the full five
days, to do so at once. All
Road Overseers failing to pet-
form their duty under the law
will be prosecuted after the Feb-
ruary Term of the Commission-
ers Court. By order of
Commissioners Court, Burleson
depends on the purity of drugs used
and the care employed in compounding
the prescriptions given you by your doc^
tor. Sometimes it is even a matter of
Life and Death
Our stock of drugs is the best and freshest we
can buy. We use die utmost care in compound'
ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you.
It is a matter of conscience with us.
Stone & Hitchcock,
Corner Drug and Jewelry Store, Caldwell
* • • /• ..a
A Csr of Beauty Refined snd Distinctive Sturdily Built Insuring
Comfort and Economy and Withal—Remarkable in Per-
formance and Reliability.
MODEL "32"—SIX MOTOR
ARE YOU LOOKING for a oar light in weight yet strong In power
and endura nee y
Then Oakland recommends to you the "Light Six."—A Six that
weighs hut 2100 pounds.
And yet it is big enough to carry five people comfortably. /
It has all the smoothness and flexibility of six cylinders with the ap-
vantage of long tire milage and low fuel cost.
ALL OAKLAND ASKS Is that you compare the specifications of
this car with any other of a similar or nearly similar price.
Your own judgement will Ik; a satisfactory answer.
We have the model ".52" to show you.
Kindly let us demonstrate the oar to you.
THE PRICE IS ONLY $860.
J. W. HARVEY FURNITURE CO.
1 YOUR DRY GOODS BILL
Now that you are marketing your cotton
come around and let ua sell you that bill
of Dry Goods that you will need for the fall
and winter, our Gooda are clean and staple
and our prices are as low as consistent with
the goods we soil.
Val E. Herbst.
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Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, January 28, 1916, newspaper, January 28, 1916; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168955/m1/3/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.