Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1920 Page: 6 of 8
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Of the piftb Sunday Meeting
to be held wltb Mix Church
August 27, 28, 29
Look after your subscription
Weir Matthews was up froui
H miu tuniit this woek.
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7:80 P. M.—Song Service
8:00 t*. M. Sermon
SATURDAY AUGUST 28
9:00 A. M.—Devotional W. M. Joslin
9:80 A. M.—Why have Baptists Churches E. E. Carrinuton
10:00 A. M.—Can the Heathen be saved without the GospelV..
E. H. Rice
10:80 A. M.—The Sin of Covetousness. ). Ü. Jolly
11:00 A. M — Sermon W. E. Cunningham
12:00 O'Clock—Dinner on Ground
2:00 P. M.—Board Meeting
8:00 P. M.—The relation of the 8. S. to the Church, Webb Price
8:80 P. M. Why have graded S. Schools? G E> James
4:00 P. M.—How to build up a S. S J. H. Wallace
4s80 P. M.—Query Box.
7:80 P. M.-Devotional E. E. Carrinjiton
9:80P. M.—Sermon Dr. E. J. Burns
SUNDAY AUGUST 20
9:45 A. M. —Sunday School W. G. Crockett
10:80 A. M.—How the S. S. builds up the Church
A . R. Stephens, Jno. McCasland
11.-00 A. M—Sermon W.|M. Joslin
12:00 O'Clock—Dinner on Ground >
2:00 P. M.—Woman's Program.
2(00 P. M.—Serinon Under Trees. E. E. Carrington
8:00 P. M—Experience Meeting W. H. Hundley
8*80 P. M—Can the Living Talk to the Dead? T. H. Jenkins
4:00 P M—My Tithing Experience Hope Cobb
7:80 P. M—Devotional T. H. Byrd
840 P. M—Sermon E. H. Rice
Miss Marguerite Lantr of Gal-
veston 'is visiting h few days
here here, a guest of Miss Em.
inie Prey this week.
Will Thian ca'.ne in from Do-
troit, Mich., to visit his mother
and Aug. Kowak and family
north of town Tuesday.
Reports from the bedside of
Mrs. Bun ¡Sullivan who is ill in
the Saniturium at Temple, say
.she is holding her own. and now
lias a chance of recovery, which
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What We Can Do
More rain fell here this week,
again damaging the cotton crop
which now promises to be shorter
Iban last year, and the grade is
much tower on account of the
Protect Your Family.
With 20 Year Paid Policy
The Praetorians write straiglft
life and 10 and 20 paid up life in-
surance policies, with accident
features connected. Their rates
are based on old line policies
and a little cheaper. Your rate
never raises, but remains the
same as when you enter. Cald-
well Lodge has about fif> mem-
bers some of whom have been
members 22 years and have ne'-
er paid an advanced raise. Better
protect yq^ur family with one of
The Praetorians is a Texas or-
ganization with headquarters at
Dallas and has never failed to
pay a death claim later than 10
days after death. Most claims
we pay in seven.
If interested see W. W. Itan-
Itin, S. A., or F. A. Deutsch.
by local application*, an tliey cannot reach
th* dl**a*e<l portion of th* car Tlirr* n
only on* way to cur* catarrhal diufneu.
and that I* by a conatltutlonul r*m*d>.
i'utarrhal D*ain*u I* cuuxd by an In-
!!am*d condition ol th* mucnu* lining of
III* Buatachlan Tub*. Warn till* tub* la
inflamed you have a rumhlln* aounit or Im-
perfect hearing. and when It It entirely
i lo**d. Oeafneiw la the reault. I'nlena the
inflammation can b* reduced and thin tube
rutorcd to It* normal condition. h arlnn
will be d**tr yed forexer Many f« «• or
ileafnea* ar* cau*ed by catarrh, which la
an Inflamed condition of the murou* mir-
facea II.ill' Catarrh Medicine acta thru
the blood on the mucnur Hurfact-n of the
We will five On* Hundred Hollara for
any ca*e of Catarrhal Deatnen* that cannot
i be cured by Hall a Catarrh Medicine Clr-
¡ vulare free. All Druitll.tr Tftc.
f. J. cheney St CO, Tolado, o.
The f/ed|¿er man noticed live
big^wagons oa./h loaded with
three bales of cotton heloniiint!
to Italian farmers out of the
Hrazos bottom being unloaded
: lie re Thftrsday morning, TIi.ní
trade has heretofore went to!
Hryan and we are (¿lad to see ¡1
1 coming here as it justly belong
When in Caldwell try Steph-
ens-McDonald Gro. Co. before
! buying or selling elsewhere.
Country produce a specialty.
ALL WORN OUT
Does morning And you with a lame
stiff and aching back? Are you tlre-l
all the time—llnd work a burden'
Have you suspected your kidneys'.
Caldwell people endorse Doan's Kid
ney l'llls. You caa rely on theii
Mrs. E. A. Smith, 607 Temple St
Caldwell. Hays: "About four year
ago 1 bogan to have trouble with my
back. It was lame, «ore and^eak una
in the morning my bac^vai so stin
I could hardly 1 ge^mit of bed.
found It dlttlcult^^tand up at tlnn
aud my kidneys bidn't act like the\
should, either. I fell wornout anil li-
no ambition. 1 used Doan's Kldne>
Pills for these troubles and tbi >
greatly relieved all the kidney all
ments. Pive boxes did me so much
good thut 1 don't hestltate to tell the
merits of Doan's Kidney Pills. I
bought this medic ne at Stone's A.
Hitchcock's Drug Store."
6t e. at all deale*. Poster-Mllburii
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y
Tlie efforts ol Bailey and
his speakers to try and show
Nefl failed to register for the
draft fell flat and another
political scheme failed. Neff
wa« horn Nov.|26.1871, and
was therefore over 46 years
of age when the draft was
Red C(,okerels iu^|^*ullets for
sale. One dollar each. Phone
28. Mrs. W. K. Harnett.
Mi s Marguerite Alford was
taken to the hospital at Galveston
last Thursday byj¡ Mise Messie
Kubena and Dr.^Goodni^ht, sul
fering with typhoid fever, and at
this time is fdoing fas well as
expected. Mrs. fAlford is also
improving from her operation
John Hejl was here to ace
home folk thlMweek.
Jack Roaenwaaner spent two
days in Houston this week with
Copy is on the hook for a new
telephone directory which will
be issued to all patrons as soon
as it leaves the press and this
we Jiope to have completed in the
next few days. There have been
many telephones installed lately
and a new directory had to he
¡•sued in order that all names
and patrons be supplied with
one. The rural names will not
appear in the directory this yem-
as the owners of these lines have
no'v requested that they be In-
cluded in the city directory.
The owner's appreciation
grows as time goes by.
He can depend on consistent,
comfortable, low cost daily
The gasoline consumption
is unusually low. The tire
mileage in unusually high.
For information, .or demon-
stration, telephone collect,
and call for Garland H.
Lang or Louis R. Polansky,
garland h. lang
THERE IS A BIG
SAVING! I -
Where Trees Are Milked.
In Hrlil«li (lulnmi «tul ilif Wc«t In-
Mil *, inirilciilarly mi I In blink* of Mm
Hlvri Iiciiii'rurii, tlicrr h'iuvk ii trer
known i" ih« tuitivos ii* th« "Ityn
hyn," wlilrh yields froni II* liark unit
pith n Jiilci- Hllt'hily rlclii'r itml Ililr?k« r
litan cow'* milk. Tl tree I* iit mit
fort y fi'i't In heliflil and i'luliicen
l^i lic« in i lrciiliifiT('iicc when full
crown, and tlie nnllvi * iisi* It* tnl'c
us h,. (Ik mill.. II Ix'Iiik |wrfi cHy luirm
ii ** iiikI iiiIxIiik wi'll Willi wan r Tin-
f tin v.« a tri o, tliiry mil
"Klrliinlunnn." which ylotdn (tulil In
nil ri'H|ii ct* llki- milk, while In the for
est* of I'nra ifrowN n tr *n called the I
"Mimseiioilenilron," which give* a milk*
like Jlilei . It cim he kept for Stl In-
tleflnlte time unit shows no tendency
to become sour. On the oilier hnnd,
certain tree* In the valley* of Aramia
and In Cnnugnn yield s similar fluid,
wblch, when exponed to 111* sir, begrim
to form a kind of cheesa which *«ry
IMA. tytcpm sour. In Iks W1C7
ttlcr I II c,,'tei( ■ "I I
of *te eillk, thicken I
Jelly, Is considered s llellcncy.
Brotner- 8 liit d .ind Died.
Sil'li |io . i Ml!' !i x II llli'.e been pre
siickI lo the men "i mu i|e*irii.vei*
till \ e been > ."ii I • t 'ill' ' • ' n '
ph of liero|iin not «iirpii«n'i| b> any
ib u. .ii the it i -tin > of mir muy. 1 «>1*
iii -lii lice, there '• i tie cn«c of the U'-o
yoiiii"" brother who wcr> wire • op
ernti.r* on 11 ib stri.yer ii eh .mi« hint
I,v dmiiiiireil hv mi • xpli '-ion Suiuifer
Iiik forward, trotn the injured
part ol the t-lllp. ilu te hoys met the
captain. Not roallelnif how bndly Ihev
were hurt, tu onlered them below to
get medical attention.
"No, sir." snId the elder brother j
"live It to some of tbi: poor devils
baok there who've tfot a chance. Wa'rs
dono for. I'lease notify our mother
w« died on duty." And at that tlm
■Sir saluted their emitnmniler and rol
Ispsed. In a few secunda both were
i«sd.—Orejitf* Miy Ui Uw Uutlswk.
HAS been respon-
sible f or thousands
of business succesKS
throughout ihe country.
Everyboo'y in town
may know you but
they don't know what
you have to sell.
Atortiiinf Will Help Tn
lJ«iy ur subscrii'llori today.
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Rankin, W. W. Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1920, newspaper, August 27, 1920; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169087/m1/6/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.