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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 September 1930

•« «' •í^7.Y ¿ • Faculty of Caldwell School, 1930-31 m caldwell news This year Caldwell has the beat, ltr|tit, and moat evenly balanced faculty in the history of the achool. ■very year the Board of Education •tocto the strongest end best teachers that are available and endeavors to hold aa many aa is possible from year to year. Four years ego a resolution was paaaed requiring every teacher with decreta to take at leaat one every three yean and these efreea to attend six weeka summer or three months every samaaer until degrees are se- cured la order to remain la our sys- tem. Thia has kept our teachers alive and awake. The result la that every teaeher above the aecond grade ex- cept two to a graduate of aome col- toga or uaivereity aad these two, with all the rest, are pursuing graduate iactadlag our four colored beiag equal .la to a fW tkto to one reason Caldwell haa vapid progresa the paet ala years. The question waa aaked a the first day of I: "Was it fair to compare the of Caldwe...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 September 1930

V* <i I * J# Too Many Slaps From Lady Lude Canses Old Salt To Abandon Venturesome Seas CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex* , Sept 26. (UP).—After 41 year# of cruising over the bounding main, Harry Martin wants a job where he can have a solid footing again. When a youngster, he ran away from home to go to sea. He has been in 16 shipwrecks, and plans to establish an association for caring for aailors who have survived marine dis- asters. Martin came into port here, stowed his sea togs and decided to settle down for awhile. "Constant excitement," he says, is responsible for the fact that he looks a score of years younger than he is. Martin has had ships under him to burn, explode, break up and sink. The first vessel he served on pounded to pieces off Cape Horn in 1889. His last regular quarters were on the Scantic, which burned at her New Orleans pier during the Mardi Gras fire a few months ago. When he was 15, he joined the crew of the square-rigged bark Dorothy Hicks, simply by sliding down her ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 September 1930

,!i ! ,y b W>tv M.itUWfj.I#."' MIfV iM«*i Compliments of FIRST STATE BANK SPECIAL FOR TRADES DAY Quality Five Dress Shoes $4.29 Regular price, $5.00 Complete stock of Men's Wear Cleaning and Pressing GUY DOUGLASS SPECIAL for SATURDAY, Sept. 27 30x3Ví Firestone Tire 29x4.40 Firestone Tire 30v4.50 Firestone Courier Tire 30x31-2 Red Tube 29x4.40 Red Tube 30x4.50 Red Tube $3.85 4.39 4.90 95c 1.25 1.35 Harvey & Son Auto Company SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY at PIGGLY-WIGGLY W. L. SUROVIK, Owner PAY CASH- PAY LESS IN CALDWI I Burleson County Chi Rain 01 it j SEE OUR TRADES DAT SPECIALS ? THE SAVHALL STORE T The Square Store on the Square Corner J. J. Pollock, Prop. TRADES DAY SPECIALS i at SEFCIK & SKRABANEK "Star Brand Shoes are Better" WELCOME!! Consider our store your home store. We are waiting to show the values we have. POEHL'S VARIETY STORE CALDWELL, W. F. POEHL, Prop. TEXAS Give Us a Trial GENERAL MERCHANDISE J. R. BERNDT • ' • Caldwell, Texas NEAR SANTA FE DEPOT J. F. COBB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 September 1930

Texas 1930 ♦ ► imber of Commerce M Shine i trades Day in Caldwell for the benefit ig tade territory. Shoppers will be !oq this special day. Many prices will neits listed here and throughout the batgains in store (or everybody. Come i crowd expected. Come early and the Chamber of Commerce I «a ticket for the premiums to be out any cost to anyone. fts voman registering nan registering family coning longest distance to trade. E&IADE AT 4 P. H* 27 Years of Safe, Constructive Banking Service in Burleson County The Caldwell National Bank Caldwell, Texas CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $150,000 BARGAINS in GROCERIES EVERY DAY at STEFKA GROCERY Successor to F, Matejka Watch (or Our Specials HOMEYER BROTHERS Gas, Oil and Tires See Our BARGAIN COUNTER SATURDAY For Real Values DALCHAU & HOMEYER TRADES DAY VISITORS —ARE WELCOME TO OUR STORE Cold Drinks and Confections See our Specials now on display Caldwell Drug Company HOLUBEC BROTHERS School Supplies BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT Welding of All Kin...

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 — 26 September 1930

Mk IMt «I CALDWBLL NBWt Retail Merchant Scribes Convene Longview To Spur Rail Construction LONGVIEW, TexHb, Sept. 26. (UP) —Indorsement of Homer M. Price' Twenty-Five Years of Sickness Gone Gas and Oil b Replacing Oats h Barns of Many Texas Farmers Mr*. Henry Simpson and young *>■ returned home from Temple Sunday. Mr. Henry Simpson and Mrs. W. E. Simpson went for them. MARSHALL, Texas, Sept. 25. (UP) 'proposal that the Interstate Commerce Austin Man Tells of Great —Secretaries of the Northeast Texas Commission speed up action on the Relief Argotane Retail Merchants Association con- proposed 333-niile extension into West Brings vened here today at the Hotel Texas by the Texas & Pacific Railway Marsh 1". G. O. Wendt, president of Company, was pledged by the board I ;'I suffered from u chronic case of the St; e Retail Merchants Associa- «f directors of the Longview Chamber constipation for 25 years, and at tion, was to make the principal ad- of Commerce last week. times, «ras fo...

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 — 26 September 1930

• ♦ % * CALDWELL NBW8 In Stream Bottom MARSHALL, Texmi, Sept. 26. (UP).—Residents of the Gill commun- ity, several miles south of Marshall on Highway 8, are endeavoring to find out if the rock bowls found in the bed of Sabine Riv«tr are of natural formation or if they were made by Indians. While in swimming in the river several weeks since, E. B. Sealey and some friends discovered the , bowl- shaped rocks on the bottom of the stream. They removed several and carried them home. One of the rocks is about the sise of an ordinary mixing bowl and is uniformly carved. The rock is about a half-inch thick and the diameter of the bow] is approximately 10 inches. The bottom is a inch thick. Sealey said the rocks were bottom up when found. His brother-in-law, Oscar Harris, has another of th« crude basins. It is the sise of the old- fashioned wash bowl. The unique basins art on display in the curio department of the Central East Texas Fair. Danchak-Poehl A True Fan Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 September 1930

té rv «nt'ryi "iiqi na calmtel niws TH¡5 Bank Br MtW WHO MAVf A' ¿HtARl TVii. bí ' K j OF [VERY ClJQMiR h*m ^ Clean Slate-Tbe ew Year or a New ,-ui vvi* iilv.ays Jook tth- 1 f 'nrVl There Is something inspiring about a Day. However -iatisfuct v the past hu forward to beitr things. 1* c o oux-mte today "With conditions as they are—not as we would like o have Titer —the tangk-> will straighten out and the futiré \v:M take care of itself. , a. t r* , fMjy ^ 4 n f • r 10 '-{i* tr ■ ' *' ¡y* Let us know if we can serve you today. ¿ft* I! •xUi.r* $K>- -'.i'i m;i¿ • ¿jfe '& r«—1n.'i ii , ■ Caldwell Natiq^AT Bamk CALDWELL. TEXAS. ñ J# MAM ¿4* „•*** 'i | i i f i minUM H Teachers Honored • With Bridge Party Mrs. T. L. Goodnight entertained in honor of the teacher of the school here and her neice, Miss Dorothy Shannon, who jwt her gtuut^ygWk fi% tables of bridge a&dfcjTafternoon. A beautiful arrangement of cut fjowersj adorned the living room and sun parlor where ■ the tables wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 October 1930

•5 :•> * \ ' , '*•"?«, ./. • " < ' * Í*fí f i fíl" > Íí V V c I >1 k# And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. %5, No. 27. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930. >W lili jilli , | |i, , 11. .*• <* The Caldwell Nova; Yol. 3, No. Ml HORNETS MEET CALVERT FOOTBALL TEAM TODAY Editor's Column * Crop harvesting in the county will soon terminate and minds of farmers will aoon be turned towards crops for another year. • • • • Corn and cotton on the uplands has practically all been fathered. In the river and creek bottoms, harvest- ing will soon be finished. Weather has been ideal throughout the gather- ing season and farmers have gather- ed crops swiftly. About two full months were all that were needed to lay in the crops which were generally good, better than was really expected. • • • • The feed and food crops were among the best ever produced....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 October 1930

IIW CALDWELL NEW! Eyes of Texas Are Turned Toward Highway Commission " POLITICAL KEY HELD BY ROSS «TBA1V6T IBQVIISD FOE NEW APPOINTMENTS AUSTIN, TUM, altiMoa of two 1 (UP).- i of the State be Um lint PBl 8. ftvliaf. Demo- wins ta the November tvf goveinoi. By becoming connor, Sterling will aaanla the chtinMBAip of the State Rghway Commission. The term of lM Johnson of. Tyler also expires ■nt January. Ike sttnr.tion is being watched with ■mmc than usual Interest in political cáseles, for in naming his highway «•nunissioners. Sterling will have to saeot the challenge of opponents in the recent campaign, who declared for an elective instead of an appointive kighway commission. His task is to «elect a commission that will be as acceptable as one elected. Many still believe that Sterling will resign from the highway commission if his election as governor is clinched in the November general election. That would let Gov. Dan Moody name his successor. Sterling would have only one place to f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 October 1930

>M w .1 To Build Port Worth is to have a $600,000 produce market . . . Grapeland is •ponding $46,000 on a waterworks system . . . Goose Creek has ac- quired 200 acres on Hug-the-Coast highway for an airport . . . Air-o- matic Maunfacturing Company, mak- ing pumps, will move its plant fro Wichita, Kansas to Amarillo . . . The $200,000 peanut factory at Denison, burned some time ago, is to be re- built . . . Plans for a 100-room hotel and 20-room consessino building at Boca Chica Beach near Brownsville are being drawn . . . Houston is ■pending $396,128 on straightening Buffalo Bayou channel . . . The Builders, Inc., is planning a 21-story and a 6-story building at San Antonio. . . . Beaumont is to have a $600,000 medical and dental arts building. dot Texas and are growing in both number and in excellence. One at Houston on South Main is to cost $260,000 when completed, including a club and community house at $130,000. A group of 22 cottages of tile, brick, and stucco is being built...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 October 1930

4 t im flU CALDWHX NlWt —i , . - i ■ * ■ ■nr THÉTCALDWELL NEWS And The Mmm County Lcd(«r County Ledger C B. CBOMAKTIE. «litar and at the Caldwell, Tutu Poet OfflM, 8, 1879. weekly by the Caldwell Newt and Burleson County Ledger, by the C i Streets, Caldwell, Texas. 1 Year: la County $1.80; Ont of County $2.00 pt for poblioation such natter and wait until «tetes are finally adjudicated for its fees. The recular legal rate of per lino of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and CaldwfcWfl first Trades Day held here Satuwlay was a success regardless of the fact that it failed to draw the crowd that was really expected. People came in numbers from over the county and surrounding sections. They traded and seemingly enjoyed the program for the day. While the volume of business trans- acted during the day was not as great as anticipated, it was satisfactory under the circumstance that existed during the day. The Trade Day event bore fruit in many ways that wasn't really vis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 October 1930

t 'I % K * % $ * « * i * it * k \\t . 4MBK ^«muhmu r- ♦5 # — . ■ ..: m ttimt *4 _ __. "S J.;■-■■■' ' • :.; er Citizens Vote Complains Since Taking Argotane REMARKABLE STORY OP REL1ÉP IB TOLO BY MR8. C. C. DUNCAN (Continued from page one) ^ntire affairs of the school. If a vacancy should ever occur, another is appointed temporarily to fill the vacancy until the next election. The elective system prevails throughout the state and gives utmos t satisfaction. Investigation mad ¡ "Never since he started taking shows that politics rarely ever enters Argotane has my husband complained into elections. Those cities and towns of feeling badly," Mrs. C. C. Duncan told a representative of the Argotane company in outlining the ease of her husband, a well known mechanic at the Austin Oil Company. The Dun- cans live at 2007 East Fifth Street, Austin, Texas. "We are so happy now that my hus- band hsH been relieved," continued Mrs. Duncan. "Por five or six years he suffered from stomach troubles, ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 October 1930

WE ARE THE OLDEST NATION Every Other Government Has Been Radically Changed Since Ours Was Established By CALEB JOHNSON Back oí the anti-American feeling in Europe there is a deep seated re- aentment that a "young" nation like the United States should have he* «orne the richest and most powerful nation of the world. What right has an upstart like the United States of America to be so «ockyT Why don't we let the wise, experienced statesmen of Europe guide us. One answer is that these European statesmen seem to have made a good deal of a mess of their <jT.a national affairs. But the fact which most of our critics, at home and. abroad, overlook, is that we are not a young nation but a very fine old one, as nations go. Uncle Sam today is the patriarch among nations. The government of the United States is literally the old- est government in the world. Sounds like bragging? Very well, let's brag a little more. There are but three nations in the world, three little countries, Denmark, S...

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 — 3 October 1930

m CALDWELL NSWB . 'e < b Improved Roads Bring Changes North Carolina's Experience Typical of What Has Happened All Over the Country By CALEB JOHNSON HIX Thirty year* ago there wis not a mile of hard-surfaced road—brick, concrete, asphalt or any of the other familiar road surfaces of today— anywhere in the United States, out- side of the limits of a city or incor- porated municipality. Today 640,000 of our 3,000,000 miles of public high- ways are hard-surfaced. This year of 1930 has been the biggest road- building year in our history. By the end of the year we shall have spent close to $2,000,000,000 for new high- way work. Who pays it? And why? The taxpayers pay for the roads, and we pay for them because we want smoother traveling for our automo- biles. • About half the money comes from the Federal and State treasuries, the other half from county and town taxes. And there is no other expendi- ture of tax funds which we begrudge less, unless it be the taxes we pay for schools. It ...

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 — 3 October 1930

y.*t MoncvTálrs I .... • {*' i f>t*- I There Are No Two Ways About It A bulking connection, ia the ' first step towards financial indipendence and future success. The moment you become n customer of this bank you place yourself in position to receive the advice that is a vital and necessary part of every banking connection. Why fail to avail yourself longer of these facilities? CALDWELL National Bank Austin County People, Heaied With Local Band HomeEconomía Class Entertains Trustees and Wives Lions To Hold Important Meet Monday Night An important meeting of the local Lions Club has been called for Mon- day evening at 7:00 o'clock at the Caldwell Hotel. Every member is urged to be present. The officials have an important matter to bring before the members. Baptist Church Announcement 9:80 to 9:46 a. m—Mrs. Guy First Terraces On North Plains Succeed STRATFORD—Wheat grown on what is believed to be the first terraced land on the North Plains has made four bushels more per acre on lev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 October 1930

One And All Welcomed To Burleson County*# Fifth Annual Fair October*?! THE CALDWELL And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 45, No. 28. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1930 The Caldwell News, Vol. 3, No. 41. b 4/ *4 Editor's Column I WOMAN'S CLUB ' HONORS LOCAL WAR MOTHERS Kate Houston and Fred Deutsch, Sr., Entertain ed at First Meeting The census report of the number of farms in the county should be a source of general satisfaction to the residents of the county. The report -recently released from Washington shows a handsome increase the past Mesdwnes ten years and a substantial increase during the past five years between the last two agricultural censuses. The number of farms in the county has grown from 2.685 in 1920 to 3,186 in 1930, an increase of 501 in the ten year period, or lrt.7 P*1" Membership Largest in Several Years. Compared with the ave...

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 — 10 October 1930

HP i \ II f %% 1IM m aimi THE CALDWELL NEWS Coaatr Ledger And Hie Burl C. R CROMARTUL as Meond cl«u matter at the Caldwell, Tesa Poet Office, March 8, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, ■Mr Buck and Main Street , Caldwell, Texae. •abecriptioa 1 Year: In County $1.60; Out of County $2.00 &<«« *■ Serrice B-BZtSSSZ* Announces State Wardrobe Contest Adwtiiinc Rates, per inch— Reader , per line 26c .10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head ■net be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the ■Mmey placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estatró are up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of i per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. 19 Edit0?idl > GIVING A man met his lawyer, and said: "One of th...

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 — 10 October 1930

•I • * 41 * % • Feels So Much Better Alter Taking Arfotane Mm. g. D. Cartar, Well deal ef Airttat Tuu. Paarrib— Reaalta tf Waaisrfal TmtBMt "I feel much better in every way •inee I started taking Argotane," de- clared Mrs. S. D. Carter, residing at 93 Rainey Street, Austin, Texas. Mrs. Carter made the above declaration at her home the other day, to a rep- resentative of the Argotane Company who had called upon her. "Before I started taking Argotane," continued Mrs. Carter, "I felt so bad- ly that I could do hardly anything. I had to neglect most of my housework and I was so weak I couldn't walk to town and back. "My condition resulted from a sluggish liver and a general run-down condition, from which I had been suf- fering for the past ten months. My suffering was terrible, and ati times it was more than I could bear. I had tried several kiads of medicines, but I just couldn't get the results from them that I have received from Argo- tane. Somehow or other, they didn't seem to get t...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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