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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 13 February 1931

TU CALDW1LL N1W1 FOR PLANT | ^ «¡í Water Systems To Coet $525,000 to Be Con Btructed Por City YOAKUM, Feb. 7.—Putting an end > ion pending negotiations for pur- s« by the city of the local power contracts were awarded by the >mmission Saturday for erection y-owned water and light plant cost approximately $525,000. , %"* to be completed in 180 ftrorking days and the water in 200 days. Fairbanks Company were given the it plant contract on a bid of $226, and Kirkwood, Wharton & Lee S>t the contract for the water sys- m construction for $258,319.04. work is to begin on both plants in 80 days. A complete water distribution sys tem is to be buUt, which will in- clude two wells and a concrete reser- voir nearly a mile from the city with a capacity of 1,000,000 gallons, and a water tower inside the city limits with a capacity of 300,000 gallons. Some 188 new fire plugs will be in- stalled anH present consumers will be connected with the new system with- out additional cost. Dec...

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 — 13 February 1931

TBI CALDWELL NBWfl y m m mm mm HIGH PRAIRIE NEWS At this writing the weather was unfavorable but hope we get a change and have some more of those spiing-like day*. Quite a few people were sick in this neighborhood recently. Mísr Anna Oppermann had a case of influenzia but Bhe is up and well again. Mr. Alton B. Keese was a business visitor in Caldwell Friday afternoon. The High Prairie Bchool has re- ceived the play ground equipment, consisting of volley ball, tennis and indoor ball, as was stated by Alton Keese, the teacher. Miss Lydia Hruska spent the week- 4 end with home folks. f The dance Wednesday night at Frenstat was attended by a large crowd. Everyone seemed to have en- joyed it. Another dance will be held there February 16th. Music by Leo Maycek's orchestra. Mr. Thomas Bates and family have moved into our community lately and we are glad to welcome them as friends and neighbors. Bill Matula spent a few days with Mr. Ferdinand Piwonka's folks. Mr. Matula hails from the Prair...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 13 February 1931

Hpi. TU CALDWELL NIWS % ♦Xv.'* $• \s *«' , Whfther * substantial sum of ■ 1HWJ *• W by saving something or whether it becomes the of another through care- mtm irely Up toYou ' I rr. iü Sí¡ I Ki Js NATIONAL BANK tal and Surplus $150,000.00 nize instruction Class A class of Multa for instruction in the Christian faith as taught by the Lutheran Church, is being organized at the local Lutheran church. Those who are interested in just what the Lutheran cmweh believes and stands for and thoMt who have intentions of joining will comprise the class. In the Lutheran church it is customary to receive only those as members who have received necessary instruction in the Christian, faith. Yet, promise or *?¿tn ihtenti i neceas* adults. promise or even intention to join, is for comfng to this class for merely form a _ it is all pastor, W fúndame want to hour oi aak qui purpose of this class is i __ p}am> simple tossible what e form, the present the .istian would close of the be given to ,, _^„...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

THE CALDWELL And The Burleson County Ledger Burleson 0 M|«r, Vol. 48, N . 4t A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, Í93L The Caldwell News, Vet 4, N*. t. Editor's Column Business over the nation during the week, continued to show sddea im- provement, and the feelings of the business people in the larger fields are that the worst of the 1929-30 business depression has passed. • ♦ • Things are growing brighter al- most (iaily. This week the stock market, the barometer of business, showed further strength. Bonds gained. Cotton advanced. Other commodities rose slightly. • * * • The people the world over have grown tired to death of the de- pression, and they are working to throw it off, and bring better times about. * • * Here at home, business men are displaying a better attitude. They uiv more hopeful of the future. They ara commencing to look on the bright side of the situati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

By KATH ESS I;'"' " If' m CALO WILL JVSWB GIPL EN NORRIS Copyright By KATHLEEN NORRIS and MARY PICK FORD FAIRBANKS. y: I ■ ■ ■ - i. ~. ". _ _ INSTALLMENT Johnson, Wioie father is a Ver' "®r mother a lazy wo- has "seen better iluv r, " and sr a bootleggac's sweetheart, . , -r, , n • beauty parlor, is goek girl in the "Mack" stores, the «ve-and-Ten of San Francisco. A pm she knows only as "Joe but who is really Joseph Mackenzie Merrill, son of the of the "Mack," is learning the Uuiness by starting at the bottom. Ha doesn t like the job until he meets ■asggie. And neither of them realize tpat they are falling in love with each other, at first. Joe is impresssed, however, by Maggie's intelligence and irpodheartedness, and gives her ad- vice on the subject of neamest her heart, how to live the ideal life. She makes a suggestion for a better way or selling certain lines. He tells his father, as if it were his own idea, greatly pleasing the old man. He finds that the girls he used to know ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

í «aK&&< mi TBI CALDWBLL NSWt n, mi Caldwell High School Activities FOOTBALL BOYS ARE ENTERTAINED Through the courtesy of Mr. J. W. Harvey and about seventy other busi- ness men of the city, the football boys were given an oyster supper, Friday, September 13, at the Armory Hall. After the important business of eating had been completed, Mr. S. M. Smyre acted as master of cere- monies for this very interesting pro- gram: Invocation Prof. C. L. McDonald ' An Expression of Appreciation to the Business Men of Caldwell Joe Toupal Resume of the 1930-31 Football Season Morri" Cross Prospects of the 1931-32 Team Robert Cox Awarding of Trophies to the Cald- well Athletes Conch E. E. Darby Good Sportsmanship .... Mr. R. S. Bowers The most inspirational speech was the one given by Mr. Bowers. Thru- out the evening D. L. Alford's orches- tra made up of some of the best musicians in the High School Band with Del Frances Sefcik at the piano, entertained those present with selections of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

ir.v IRi • tmm LNEW8 nitty Ledger HiUr Mi Publisher •ocoad class matter at the Caldwell, Texas pout Office, under ® Miith 8, 1879. the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Caldwell, Texas. 1 Year: In County $1.80; Out of County - $2.00 per iaoh. -« ■ . — 26c 10c ;T1S)NG—Hereafter all notices carried under this head 1 by thb cash payment personally guaranteed by the *i notices upon presentatior of statement. This paper for publication such matter and wait until estates are uilly adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. NO DOLE The effort in Congress to pauperise numbers of Americans by voting By from the public funds as a free gift seems to have failed. The time-tried American method of re- Moving economic distress by private charity is working out. The Bed Cross has the drought-relief situation woll in hand and the people of the United States have resp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

Read the Merchants* Ads Trade at Home. ♦ W-«Wt^0Ur# /¡?"?erB, thiB LWMk and Mana* «nd R. Struwe handle to scan the ads of the local merchants these things to see what they have to offer the The State Bank is out with a new trade in the way of merchandise and style ad to be run regularly. Read service. I their ad They have confidence in the future, The Caldwell National Bank always and are striving to provide the many has something to say about saving 0 1 aVi* . regularly, for the rainy dayB that come. See Read their ads. Help drive away ¡ their advertisement. hard times and the blues in the coun-' The Pietrlv Wiirelv store is eele- Í.V,"y •£ * «' >"• , • «IMbnltiw «f yf¡r.t «¡ta help to bring conditions back to nor-1 week, and purchased a nice adver- inal. They are beginning to Wart tisement to announce the fact. Refer no~; „ n , T . , . . , to it to see what it has. 1 J nL ,ea c 5 ^. The Caldwell Drug Company this j m specials for today, Saturday, week is featuring insecticides ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

m k-%m *h>'\ Grandmothers 111 CALDWELL NBWS f I 1 Prairie Dale 4-H Club and Community News wi h^«kQr'm«tKl!?'UktUS Lm(jber5h' fanjows flyer's son, wtio was born June 22. 1930. poses for a photograph Cutter of n v.i ^'S ^rant'"1<)^1cr. Mrs Elizabeth Morrow, and hts great-grandmother, Mrs. Charles Long cutler of Cleveland, who is Mrs. Morrows mother. lion others were injured, 962.825. to College Scholarships be exact. The total number of auto- . a Vt. . Awarded Three Girls OPERA Deems Taylor, American composer, has had another opera produced in New York. That doesn't mean much to most people. Grand opera is a form of musical entertainment which ap- peals to only a comparatively few people, with highly developed musical tastes. One reason is that the theme of grand opera is always tragic. Most of us prefer so-called "light" opera, which is tuneful and amusing. To be accepted by any of the world's great opera houses, of which there are not more than a dozen, is however, a great tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

m caloww. Haws NEW STATE COMMISSION TO GOVERN UTILITIES PROPOSED Proposed Three-Member Body Would Cooperate with Texas Cities in Rate Regulation AUSTIN, Feb. 12. (UP).—Govern- ing bodies of Texas cities and townB would be assisted in regulating all public utilities by « three-member public utilities commission of Texas, under terms of a bill drawn up for the Texas Legislature, by a commit * * Ti * - -- - cipalities, tee from the Texas League of Muni- ipalities. The bill provides that commissioners appointed by the Goverrvr, with ap- This WeeK In Washington By BRADFORD MOBLEY (Special to the Caldwell News) proval of tti- Senate, shall ascertain the value of all properties of any person or corporation (except those WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 19. (Autocaster).—Foreign farm goods are vaulting the American tariff wall and furnishing such a barrier to bet- ter farm conditions that the Federal , . • - .v . Farm Board has discussed with sev- municipally owned) engaged in any era| nu,mbers of C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 February 1931

TU CALO WILL NBWS i i UptoYou Whether a substantial sum of money is yours, by saving something regularly, or whether it becomes the property of another through care- lees spending. NATIONAL BANK i Capital and Surplus $150,000.00 ii i M stickers, japónicas and vj Mrs. R. J. Savage Hostess To Blue Bonnet Club Thurs. On Thursday afternoon the Blue Bonnet Club met with Mrs. R. J. Savage. The diversion of the after- noon was *forty-two, which held the interest of each guest for the after- noon. The Valentine theme was por- trayed in the score pads, tallies and An abundance of red flooV baskets, bowls a spring-like ap- home. After the games delicious refreshments were served to' the club members and Mesdames R. S. Bowers, E. G. Jenkins, Madeline Chiles, and Me- Carty as visitors. —T—h—o—— Elizabeth Lutheran Church W. A. ADIX, Pastor Sunday, February 22— 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. 10:80 a, m. Divine Worship, Ger- man. No évening services. Tuesday, February 24, and Friday, February fl?— 7:45...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

JC THE CALDWELL And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol 48, No. 47. CALDWELL, BUR LESQN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 193L The Caldwell News. VoT 4. No. f. Editor's Column Monday, February 28, 1931, the day it lightning, thundered, poured down pitch forks, hailed and did a little of everything, the Waco News Tri-bune trained its big bertha edi- torial gun on Burleson county and fired a hot shot at our county roads. The News Tri-bune ior its text, selected an editorial that appeared in the Brenharn Banner that com- mented on the new bus line recently inaugurated between Brenham and the News Tri-bune's city that comes through Burleson county. CIVIL WAR VET PASSES AWAY AT HIS HOME HERE Citizen of County Mofe Than Sixty Years; Was Weil Known In City and County Some of the Scenes of Suffering in the Drought Reg ton The text was as follows: Brenham now has a new bus service ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

rt, mi TBS CALDWELL NIW8 8 * I i I ¡Í P, V' -S^08 planning annual ¡pftin try A to honor their alma mater * «ul 1111 al5 a PART OF COMMON SENSE FARMING cu*tnle!! *?• <UP>—FolloW- "e®rly half a century í íí; graduates of the I#x*f *'>11 honor their T\f5 ^?r^'h 2, the anniver- 1 exas independence. JLTT«* y^1;8 memorial ban- ...v keen held at such remote /tr^« im.chn1Lkft' <iuam' Iceland, r f«Mjl8lan(?,8 and Mindanao. >r rallies will be held in Texas m miv.JTTToratt! the gVowth * ■ Mwvernity that promises to become At rHv5^°i Y#1f, of tho Southland. f, . I*®8. exeii will Itauiquet at the University Club. Prof. J. W aiho«'V, t°mx1?trolk'1' of tht' univer- J * &uesl speaker. Cal- yS?' formerly a professor of, mwnemacie.s. has been connected with e administration for ten years. Mimilar celebrations are planned by jgrmer students at Wichita Falls, Houston, Fort Worth, San Antonio, fWtpg °"' Amari,,t> and other Texas Hints .h" Home By NANCY HART Tells Why Corns Hurt Dr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

tn cALDwnx ram ¡¡¡v. Nww w. tm STREET Calm As the Night Gale Green giaaa will be growing on Broadway if the threat of the police department to toll the 1:00 a. m. curfew on all night clubs goes into effect. That is the woeful prediction of the proprietors, who say that night life, flickering feebly enough as it is, will become completely extinguished. They say it will banish every night club ' from the street they made famous. Thi threatened early closing is the result of the recent shooting in one of the clubs. Police believe it was a flare-up of a gang feud, and hope to break up sinister trysts of members of the underworld l y prohibiting operation in the wee, small hours. Up In the Air The gr*at concentration of uctivity iji New York is graphically brought out when one compares this city with others. In Detroit, for example, fac- tories cover acres and acres of ground. Here they are built one on top of the o:hfv. Rent for ground floor .space being prohibitively high, it is a comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

__ ELL NEWS Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROMARTIK. Editor ud Publisher matter at the Caldwell, Texas F'ost Office, under I weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, *°d Main Streets, Caldwell. Texas. 1 Y—r: In County $1.50; Out of County $2.00 26c 10c San Antonio School News no --The— Business Slump By the Ninth Grade We are busy this week preparing for the Interscholastie Meet, which is only a short way off. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pachal of Temple visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Vavra, Saturday night. Messrs. Frank and Joe Mynar vis- ited their parents at Second Creek .Sunuay. ———— ¡ p £ Nedbalek family, and ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head ■ Adolph Pasak visited Mrs. Nedbalek accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the in the Cameron hospital Sunday, lacing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pasak motor - ger accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are ed to Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

TBI CALDWELL J".'I •' ■f# Caldwell High School Activities •Kid" Party Given by Sophs One of the most interesting parties of the year was the "kid" party given for the Sophomore class at the home of Mr. C. L. McDonald, February 10. In the early part of the evening the guests played "kid" games such as "flying dutchman," "rock school," "snake crawl," "clap in and clap out," and "wink." Later they played forty- two and dominoes. Prizes given to the boy and girl in the most representative kid cob- ' turne, were won by Boyce Oliver and Lillie Jancik. The delicious refreshments, con- sisting 01 ice cream cones, cookies, and peppermint candy, were very ap- propriate for the ucassion. Those who attended the party were Lillian Risse, N'atilie Wolman, Doris Drgac, Florine Hawthorne, Ruby Miman, Lillie Jancik, Sidney Tar- water, Reid Philp, Stanley Prazak, Byron Piwetz, Boyce Oliver, Martin Wynn, Dilmas Weichert, Hubert Ward, Bally Lane, William Jannett and Hugh Hill. Dorothy Bowers assisted t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

" •• rm THE C4LDWICX HEWS f i■' IV'.. CEJT GIRL By KATHLEEN NORRIS Copyright By KATHLEEN NORRIS and mary pickford fairbanks. NINTH INSTALLMENT Johnson, whose father* is • letter-carrier, her mother a lazy «román who has "seen better days, her sister a bootlegger's sweet- heart who works in a beauty parlor, is stock girl in the "Mack" stores, the Five-and-Ten of San Francisco. A boy whom she knows only as "Joe Grant," but who is really Joseph MacK«|uie Merrill, son of the owner of the "Mack." is learning the busi- ness by starting at the bottom. Ho doesn't like the job until he meets Maggie. And neither of them realizes that they are falling ir. love with each other, at first. Joe is impressed, how- ever, by Maggie's intelligence and goodheartedness, and gives her ad- vice on the subject nearest her hsart, how to live the ideal life. She makes a suggestion for a better way of sell- ing certain lines. He tells his father, as if it were his own idea, greatly pleasing the old man. He fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

THE CALDWELL NBW8 ^ Friday, Ptkrury 17, 1M1 | South Pole Medal Admiral Byrd and all ui h ^ men will reccive medal1 voted by Con- gress, the doign of which is shown here. Francis H. Packer of Rock- villc Center, N. Y., i* the di -i^ner. 1 *>\ TINKLEPAUGH AH O - TH&RE AIN'T NONE O'THE^E 6IRL5 THAT v>/iN BEAUT 7 |COMT 65TÍJ THAT LOOK'S 'half AS good as the L RL ON the SILVER OOttAKJ 1(| Awake Weak and viiil " PaiftS Nioht after night I could not sleep," write Mrs. Mary J. Roberta, 117 West Franklin St., Raleigh, N. C. "1 would lie awake half the night. I was dizzy and weak, suffered frequently with pain in my side and small part of my hack. "When I was a girl, my mother gave me Cardui, and it did me so much good, 1 thought I would try it again. I took five bottles, and I feel like a new person. "I it is fine. 1 would ad- vise every woman who is weak to toy Cardui, for it has car- PUNSTERS' PARADISE AT GIRLS' COLLEGE; TWO FOXES AND LAMM ARE CLASSMATES Suffered for 25 Years Wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 27 February 1931

mi_ na CMNW, mm to a Poor Foundation on Which to Build People who have reached the goal of •ndependence ere those who had saved cash with which to make and seize opportunities. To always have money on hand for every need, open an account with— NATIONAL BANK ital and Surplus $150,000.00 County Produces (Continued ftv*i page one) Dr. and Mrs. Goodnight Honor Visitors With Dinner-Bridge Party Mrs. T. L. Goodnight entertained last week with a bridge dinner, honor- ing Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hatter of Dal- las and the husbands of the Tuesday Bridge Club. A color scheme of red, white and blue symbolical of George Washington's birthday appointed all features. Bridge formed the diversion with tallies and pads in the chosen theme. The five tables were placed in rooms lovely with red roses, carnations and garlands of greenery. Red flowers in tall blue floor baskets and lighted red whips in blue holders, further added to the patriotic motif. A delicious three-course dinner was passed on trays decora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 March 1931

THE CALDWELL And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1931. The Caldwell News. VoL 4. No. It. Burleson Co. Ledger. Vol. 45, No. 48. ♦it Editor's Column The old saying is, "a good begin- ning makes a bad ending," and vica versa. Well, if that is true, we should wind up this year in tip top shape. Two months have passed by without very much of a beginning from the standpoint of agriculture, or any- things else. • « • ♦ Rain has fallen over the county regularly each week for the past four months almost. They have kept down farming operations almost altogether. There is enough moisture in the giound now to make three good crops, if the moisture could be distributed over u three-year period like we would want it. That's how much it has rained in Burleson county. • • * * The ground over the county is thoroughly saturated. It is wet. If the rains do not cea...

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