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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 30 March 1928

■ I t YW ■ fir * I I ' , • • ♦ ! ' • 11 • t 7 Í * _ COLORS radiant as the *R(linbof\? Spring beckons! And Buick owners will greet the season in cars which take first place in rich, alluring beauty. Glowing colors—colors that rival the exquisite hues of the rainbow—colors as distinctive as the fleet, low line* of Buick bodies by Fisher. Not only in beauty, but in performance, too, Buick leads the way. Its famous Valve-in-Head six-cylinder engine provides the thrilling abilities so highly desired on tempting Spring days. Visit the Buick showroom and see the most colorful can Buick has ever produced. Their beauty will captivate you—and a demonstration will make Buick your choice. SEDANS #1199 to 01999 ' ' COUPES #1195 to #1890 SPORT MODELS *1199 to #1929 40 pwkn /.«.i FNiM, Jf db., ^uv§rmmmttéui0 W fédté. Tk§ G.ii.4. C BUICK going. She «ill soon go on frith her play just as the puppies would. It ! • after all, we who are parents that fondly "Hft the calf every day." not willing to admi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 30 March 1928

i TU CALWTMA NIWS MMM TK 6MIWEU KffS County Ledger C. E. Cromartic. Editor Entered as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas, Postoffice, under •et of Congress, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by The Caldwell Mews and Burleson County Ledger, «ornar Buck and Main Streets, Cald- well, Texas. Subscription Price: 1 Year in County Out oí County $1.50 .2.00 NOTICE OH Baseball Park Lands to be Sold A majority of the stockholders of Hie Caldwell Base Ball Association authorised and directed the trustees to sell said property at the highest price obtainable, and out of the pro- ceeds to pay all debts due by the as- sociation, including taxes, and to dis- tribute the remainder among the atockolders. All parties desiring to bid on the property will submit their bids to the undersigned prior to Saturday April 7, 1928. We reserve the right to re ject any or all bids. # C. C. Nelms, J. A. Gray, Trustees. Odessa — Humble Oil A Refining Company's new filling station noar completion. Our predict...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 30 March 1928

I* K I #1 4 4* *• %\é *1MB. ii¥ ♦ 4 * '« ! •' 9 * «•I «f iMM>iimnnmiimiIMMM<MiMMtMM)MtMt^ Four Eleaeats of Trade Good groceries. Wholesome foods. Good service. Correct prices. These are four factors of our business. Upon them you and your family can rely with the utmost confidence. The Parkhill Store is a vast emporium of Splendid Foods for every home. Good and prop- er foods will prolong your life and help you to sustain good health. The best to be had is none too good for our customers, and if you are not a customer we invite you to give us a trial purchase. T. B. PARKHILL Young Couple Married Saturday Last Saturday, March 24, Justice of thePeace, J. R. Bates, united in mar- riage John Kovar and Miss Lydia Mac Allcorn of this county. 1 Dr. N. B. McNott DENTIST OAec Ovar Hsntjr'i Garage CaMwiU, Trata Woman's Slab Ta Hald Easter Sals The Woman's Club will hold its an- nual Easier Sale Friday, April 6, at the Armory. Will have all kinds of useful articles; cakes, home made cand...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 30 March 1928

—— 'f m Easter Novelties Easter will soon he here. See me for your Easter candies and novelties. Caldwell Variety Store W. F. POEHL, Proprietor. EFFORTS HULK FOR A BIG FEES CHOP Say* Cotton ¡h Money Crop of Bur- leson County, But it Pays to Live at Hone GOOD GOVERNMENT UP TO THE PEOPLE An editorial in an Eastern maga- pine commenting on Congress's inex- plicable lack of action in providing flood-control for the Mississippi, even after strong recommendations by Pieaident Coolidge and Secretary Hoover, states- "Congress mean- time, as Will itogers says, has bills far this and bills for that, is running hither and thither and yon to investi- gate here and investigate there, re- fiere the farmers, force the federal banks to curtail loans to , investigate the operation of attrition, promote the Boulder Dam Muscle Shoals scocialistic pro- gram and find out what ought to be the standard length of women's bkirts aad a few other equally essential thtags, but it has no time to devote te this ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 30 March 1928

Rf ; H ' ¿ < Www PILE ! PA80 O M Taft — Taft Cotton OH Company install* mv machinery hi two local one in Gregory and one in Port- Houston — Contract awarded for paving 75th Street from Harrisburff Boulevard to docks at Turning Basin. EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED DR. F. R. DUNN Optometrist of Haarne In Caldwell Every Tuesday at Stone & Hitchcock's Drug Store 10 A. M. to 5 P. P. Your eye sight needs given careful ettention. RAISES CHICKENS Contracted the Diversified Farming Fever Which is So Constructive- ly Contageous Along With Others WHAT IS A PUBLIC UTILITY? TIRES TUBES ACCESSORIES Buy i Dayton Thorobred Tire end figure the coet et the finish. •: GAS Homeyer Brothers OILS MOTOR TRAVEL SOUTH SHOWS MARKED BOOM SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Mar. 27.-- Motor travel in the south and south- west is due for a marked boom this season from the national convention of the American Legion and five other great national gatherings to be held in this section of the country this summer and fall. With...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 30 March 1928

1 " Money individual safety and community growth depend upon the bank- ing of I « In the case of the individual, hoarding money about the person or premises endangers every waking and sleeping hour through fear of loss by fire or burglary. **>: To the community, hoarding money and keeping it from circula- tion in the banks, retards the growth of the community, and there- by lessens the usefulness W the bank in its service to depositors. Your own personal safety and your duty to your community de- £ mande that you put your money on deposit in the bank. We solicit your accoafe here. The First State B&nk Caldwell, Texas minimum am : FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS WHY PAY TOO MUCH INTEREST? v 6 per cent interest is 20 per cent more than 5 per cent. Three out of every four borrowers use the money to pay off loans carry- < > ing:—Too much Interest, Bonuses, Commissions and Renewals. If you need to borrow, why give away interest? For further information, call on the Caldwell National...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

* I# iljt • • * A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson Countyr The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 14. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXA8, APRIL C. 1 28. Burleson Co. Ledger, ► i<4 % Xkf Scene At A. & M. College Friday A.Topperwein, World's Famous Marksman Exhibits Here Tomorro mm HIS FREE SHI EXHIBITIONS AT 3:1 MIDE TRIP FRIDAY Practically Every Section Of County Was Well Represented (kit oil for eh Much Wbh {.earned and Everyone Returned Peeling That They Had Spent a Pleasant and Profitable Day The Second Annual Agricultural Pilgrimage to th** A. & M. College by the farmers and business interests of Burleson county wax held last Friday. Ideal weather conditions prevailed and approximately 1.000 persons from all portions of the county were in attendance. At it) a. m. the visitors assembled at the Animal Husbandry Building where W. S. Childress opened the meeting by introducing Dean Kyle of the Extension Service, who welcomed the vi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

TU CALDWELL NSWS c Help You To Save Your Money This store sells groceries every day at the lowest possible margin of profit, i and thereby makes it possible for you to realize a saving on many of your pur- ; chases. Every little you save on the hundreds of items we carry will in the | long run amount to dollars. Your pat- ; ronage at this store will receive our un- | paralleled attention. Call around. T. B. PARKHILL Friday, April I. 18 . !■ U. & Department of Commerce Estimates Harvest of Fifty Million Acres Was Exported The output of approximately 50, Canada, 264,000; China, 248,000; and 000,000 acres of American farm land the Netherlands, 135,000. was represented in last year's exports, Flour exports during: 1927 repre- of cotton, wheat, wheat flour, bar- sented 12,826,000 barrela. In addi- ley and rye, according to an estimate tion to the acreage and farm labor by the Bureau of Foreign and Do- represented by this figure export mestic Commerce of the Commerce shipments of flou...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

t Friday, April*, IMt. - tiltil HIMIIIIMMIIIIIM The Greatest Separator Value Efficient Skimming— Eaay Running— Euy Washing— Low Upkeep— At mail order prices fend on easy payments. Every VIKING owner a satisfied user. Come in and have it demon- strated. > < | Karnes-Wotipka Company i BILL BOOSTER SAYS: ©orr 6A6POWM imto am EASV JOB BECAUSE NOURE JUST avi OROiMARV OUY^TUt «EATS OF TME MIGHTV ARE PlU-EO VÜITM OAOIUARyQUVE who MUSTLEO, WHite TWEiR TAUSvmro Associates «AT AROUMO VUATTIU PORTMS VUORLO TO BRIMO TMEM FAMC A14P WEALTH OW A SILVER , PUATT6R • ■ Try borax and water üor a tea stain, or keep the atain moist with lemon juice and expose it to the sun for a day or two. The value of Texas' Mineral pro- duction has risen from about $1,000, 000 a year in 1880 to about $300,000, 000 a year today. T«xas is the leading gas producing and gas consuming state. The public utility plants use more gas for gener- ating electricity than any other state. AN EXHILARATING EFFECT A bottle of H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

what they would have said Improved Uniform International fat and skinny iivvvvW *ZOhy pay ^1000more..:when CHRYSLER"72" at '1545 gives you greater performance lUiMtriousNewChryalerM72" performance out-Chryslers even Chrysler. It has jolted the public's preconceived notions of what its money should be able to buy. Hete is a truly marvelous car, in body styles priced from •1545 to *1795, which gives In performance all and *nove Ass you have been led expect from cart cost- fa* *1000 mci& {Here is a Chrysler tri- ol the industry. 72 miles and more per horn. 75 brake horsepower. Accel- eration that leaves every other car behind. Vibrationless smoothness that only a Chrysler counterweighted 7- bearing crankshaft can give. Experience for yourself the n thrill of this brilliant per- formance. Chrysler enthusi- asm invariably follows the realisation that even •1000 more than "72" prices does not get you as much in perform- ance, in quality, in style, in value. Illustrious New "72" Pricet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

f 4 i ♦ <1 * 7 Self-government doeaot long sur- vive if government itself trim to do it all. There's no need to worry when she's out at night if she likes to sit on dad's lap at home. EYES EMMINED-GUISSES FITTED DR. F. R. DUNN Optometrist of Hearne In Caldwell Every Tuesday at Stone & Hitchcock's Drug Store 10 A. M. to 5 P. P. Your eye sight needs given careful attention. Easter Eggs Past and Present TIRES TUBES | | ACCESSORIES Buy a Dayton Thorobred Tire and |figure the cost at the finish. : GAS Homeyer Brothers] ¿ÉSiOILS ] HOME EDUCATION "The Child# Firnt School in the Family"—Froel el Issued by the National Kindergarten Association, 8 West 40th Street, New York City. These article are appearing weekly in our columns. FREE TIME FOR CHILDREN Viols Woodville N'o mother ever loved a child bet- ter than Mrs. Winter loved Margery n«>r tried harder to give her every ad- vantage. That was the whole trouble. She tried too hard. "She stood up so straight that she !ra«ed over back...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

'tff mi ¡ ¿ JU C X. Cramartie. Rtiter class matter at i Caldwell, Taxa , Postoffiee, under of Congruos, March 8,187 . Published weekly by The Caldwell Newt and Surleson County Ledger, an«l Main Streets, Cald- Suhscription Price: I Tear in County, of County _..fl.60 .2.00 ADVERTISING RATES Local readers 10c per line each Clarified ads 2 cents per each insertion. All advertising until ordered out. ks constitute a newspaper on advertising end when five appear in any one month an charge is made for that Legal Notices—Such as Citations, Sheriff Salee, Notice in Probate, etc. gra strictly cash, unless party offer- ing same have a charge account with this office or the attorney in such oases guarantee payment on the first af the month following publication af such notice. FRENSTAT NEWS miEnM HI TK5W NT On account of the Baptist revival that was in progress in the city for the past two weeks no formal meet- ings of the Burleson County Chamber of Commerce have been held for ap- proximately t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

f V M • 0 "f n BUY NUNN-BUSH SHOES, THE GREATEST SHOE IN AMERICA AT THE | * Young men, especially, and older men who want to look neat, like for their oxfords to fit snugly around the and that is exactly what you get in the Nunn-Bush oxford. No Gapping, No Slipping, but just right. v 4 I «'«n The Fratch Nunn-Bush — An\\e'Fashioncd Here is the Nunn-Bush "French" last, a very popular last for young men and older men who want to look well dressed. We have it in: Black Ebony Calf Bal. Oxfords at $8.50 Imperial Tan Calf Bal. Oxfords at $9.00 ; s The Swagger— NuHR-Bush — An}{le'Fashioned Here is the Nunn-Bush "Swagger" last, a young man's shoe of style. We have it in: Black Ebony Calf Blucher Oxfords....$8.50 We also have the Nunn-Bush "Chub" a young man's shoe, in Bal. and Blucher Oxfords, black and tan, at $8.00 and $8.50 We couldn't do without the Nunn- Bush "Virginian," a very popular shoe for men, which we are showing in a Black Kid Blucher Oxford at _ $9.00 The Buckingham Nunn-Bush ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

CALDWKEL NBW8 frtimj, April i IMI. Dr. H. B. BeNstt Om Htrrtjf'i Gang# Caldwell, Tuil ¿CLASSIFIED US POR RENT—Light home-keeping rooms. Mrs. Bettie D. Merrin. 20d EASTERHYMN FOR SALE—One good work horse, kboard, harness, cheap. J. F. Krenek FOR SALE—Buggy and Ford truck. See G. A. Wolman. 4-13dc FOR SALE—Johnson Imperial matings White Leghorn eggs at 60 cents per setting. George Ubernos- ky, Prairiedale. 4-6p FOR SALE—My house and lot on Main street where I conduct my restaurant. Loula Graves. 3tc WANTED—To buy ear com. W. M Milliard. 3-23-46d Buy your Easter Eggs from the Woman's club April 6, Phone 16. FOR SALE—German Police Dog 8 months old, 26.00. P. 0. Box 98 Burleson, Texas. 13dc FOR RENT—Room and Phone 172. 4-6 c garage FOR SALE!—Jersey cows some fresh and some springers. D. L. Al- ford. 30 c STRAYED—One Jersey heifer a- tout year o!d. Been in my pasture two weeks. Charlie Orsak. 6dp FOR SALE—Seven second doors. Woodson Lbr. Co. 13pd FOR SALE—Almost new porcelain lined 90 lb....

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

Friday. April«. im THE CALDWELL HfWS Drop Forging The Crankshaft HPHE powerful blows of «team ham- iner« serve a two fold purpose. They make the steel tough and close Gined as they shape the part from •tack. In the illustration a Buick crank- •haft is being forged by a giant hammer. Oreat skill and accuracy are required of the crew which operate these ham- mers. They turn out parta so perfect that only grinding and similar finishing operations are necessary to prepare them for use in the finished car. Among the many important parts which are drop forged in this plant are the Buick one piece, I beam front axle, the cam shaft and the crankshaft. The crankshaft ia unusually heavy, i with four matn bearings. It goes from the drop forge plant to the engine plant, where it is ground accurately to limits of one thousandth of an inch and the bearings polished. The front axle passes through a series of finishing operations and teste during which It is perfectly aligned There are no brazed or...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

TEicALDDr«xwpyp Friday, April f, 1MB. m PINEAPPLE DISHES POINT THE WAT I L^'iti' i1 i 9 I oh, how pretty it looks, II mother," was the rapturous remark of the email boy as he looked at his dessert; then he dipped hi* spoon a :d tasted the pud- ding. "Ooh, but it's good." And his mother smiled. For this was the lad who only the day before had scornfully pushed away his Ash of custard with the remark that ftat was "baby's food." But to- day the familiar appearance of the custard had disappeared. Arranged on the top of the dish were tiny squares of pineapple in concentric circles. And even the flavor was dif- fertnt, for part of the liquid used in making the dessert had been pine- apple syrup instead of all milk. This simple discovery of the charms of pineapple instituted a new regime in this household. For pineapple, aside from tempting Sonny to eat the things he should, has a definite food value of its own. With its enzyme, bromclin, which is a distinct aid to digestion, and the high...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

. " Friday, April I, 19 . .«; ,W 1,9 - ■ • .i ««color tiih« ;4 the Biiick Style Show Km. Body by FUhar Show/119 America's Smartest ^Motor Car Creations Opening Totlay— Style Wr«-k at Biiick uliowruoma! Everyone who loves the new «ml hrmiliful—«every- one who plan* to buy a new ear thin Spring Is invited to attend this speeial showing of those smartest of motor car creations, the fine Buick models. Here are assembled a wide variety of Biiick body- types by Fisher. All are arrayed in alluring new spring-time «-olor harmonics. All arc endowed with the most luxurious upholsteries find appoint- ments. And all are months ahead of the mode in ■mart, low, dashing Sines, low without any loss of head-room or road-clearance. Be sure to attend this magnificent Style Show! See the moat beautiful motor car creations of the day—and the most durable, dependable and vibrationlcss of cars as weU. Come any day or evening during the next seven days. A cordial welcome awaits you. OpeninqTodaif OLIVER BU...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 April 1928

Friday, April «, im iM0:M Hoarding Money safety and community growth depend upon the bank- lay ®f money. In the ease of thé individual, hoarding money about the person or pnaiiei endangers every waking and sleeping hour through fear of loes by Are or burglary. To the community, hoarding money and keeping it from circula- Hon In the banks, retards the growth of the community, and there- by lessens the usefulness of the bank in its service to depositors. Your own personal safety and your duty to your community de- mands that you put your money on deposit in the bank. We solicit PERSONAL ITEMS PERSONAL NOTES your here. The First State Bank Caldwell, Texas imuuiiaiiiiH HHJJI WuaawHWitim Look Out! : For Cyclones and Hail Storms this i; : month! Better protect your prop- erty with a Policy with C. A. BAIN Phone No. 128 Caldwell J£igh School Tfews (Continued from Page 7) close of the revival. The boys prayer meeting is held at the Methodist church every Tuesday from 7:16 to 9:80, The first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 13 April 1928

VY •I' M i 1 W 4 Keep informed about your County. Subscribe to The News. THE CALDWELL NEWS We WiU Strive To 1 Your Confidence At Al Tines. And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 15. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. APRIL 13. 1028. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 9 No. 4. COT DECLARES $ WAR ON MIS Citizens Meeting Called To Plan Dedication New County Court House Citizen Rendering County a Service Everybody Interested Urged To Attend. Meet- ing Set For 2:30 P. M., At the New Court House. U. S. Government To Cooperate. One of the most. Aggressive cam- paigns to rid Burleson County of its destructive rats and molesting rab- bits am) gophers, that has ever been attempted in the county, will be launched tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p.m., by th«- agricultural and com- mercial interests of the county with the Commissioners Court and the U. S. Government co-operating, The initial mee...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 13 April 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWg Friday, April 18, It Poultry and Suggestions By F. w. Ksxmeier, Bryan, Tenas. Converting Cheap Err* into Chicks Now i the time to convert a large number of your cheap eggs into baby chicks. Let ua figure on 600 eggs at l'*c each or 18 cents per dozen, are worth $9.00. To have these hatch- ed wouid cost, about $18.00 or a total coat of $27.00 to convert 000 eggs into 400 to 450 baby chicks. Thi* would make the chicks coat about 6c each. Out of the 450 chicks you should raise at least 350 or 80 per cent. These this fall will ta worth at least $200 on the market. They will come in handy, to help supplv the famuv table with meat all summer, fall and early winter. The average family can con- sume to advantage 360 frvors each year. This meat supply would be cheaper than anv other you can pro- vide. Chickens are easier to digest and better for the average person than many other meats. Chickens may be killed on short notice and help supply the family table with the choices...

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