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

FRIDAY OCTOBER S. 1NL TBI CALDWELL NBWS NSEEN MARY ROBERTS RINEHART CO^ <CWT fits/ y b* MABV QOU9TS eI Mi HA a T 1ÍR8T INSTALMENT led us even further, as you will see. I ing trance On consulting my note-book I find mind. f that the first evening which directly! "If not," he from the sub-conscious The rather extraordinary story vealed by the experiments of the concerns the'"Arthur'"wéllT'éase "was they are really spirits, why cnr't they said truculently, "if Neighborhood Club have been until Monday, November the second, of ln t tell us what is going on, not in some { now a matter only of private record, i year vague place where they are always I But it seems to me, as an activo par- It was a t.ur¡ous day, to begin with, happy, but here and now, in the next | u" • m%?S iP ^ y Th<?«e c0'ne day - now and then, that house? I don't ask for prophecy, but I should be given to the public; not so |„.jnK wjth them a strange sort of for some evidence of their knowl- much for what they wil...

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 — 2 October 1931

. «,*r. mm. Two Example Disproving Proverb "Three a Crowd" ~ \ 4>m? •••! km# ■ RANK P : Mutual Shavings :: Vol. 2 Caldwell, Texas, October 2, 1981 N 22. Published in the inter- est of the people of Caldwell and commun- ity by— T. H. BREWER, Editor Do Yoa Owfc Your Home? If Not, Why? Advocates of race suicide will have a bad time looking over the above group*. One shows Mrs. Rose Unger, of Philadelphia, with her three daughters, Lillian, Selma and Kathrvn, each 8 years old. The other mother is Coronation King's Rose, a blueblood of Jerseys, with her triplets, born on the estate of George D. Widener, Chestnut Hill Farms, Pa. Two of the calves are males. Are the Utilities "Seeing the Light?" A Scripps-Howard news story from Washington reads as follows: Following the split in National Electric Light ranks of the Associat ion era which arc certified to be accord- ing to such standard forms." It is possible that changing economic conditions throughout the comes a second indication that...

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 — 2 October 1931

S. 1M1. CALDWELL ft*#* if THE CALDWELL. NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. E. CROM ARTIE, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Caldwelli Texas Post Office, under mt of Congress, ltnrch 3, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burlusofc County Ledger, MUr Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. i Year: In County $1.50; Out of County—, -$2.00 ■■ ■ 1 : 26c 10c Advertising Rates, per inch.. Readers, per line \ Aimee Takes Third Husband LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head ■mat be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the j attorney placing such notices upon presentatiar of statement. This paper I can no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are tattled up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and I cents per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. No busi...

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 — 2 October 1931

m jáMl • • THE CALDWELL NEWS Extra Special FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY Prophylactic Tooth Brush 50c Listerine Mouth Wash, regular 25c Total value 75c ONE SPECIAL PRICE FOR BOTH 49c CALDWELL DRUG COMPANY School Mails Out First Report of Year To Parents Prominent (Continued from page one) Phone 66 W. N. Coleman, Registered Druggist We Deliver is not the slightest justification for the rumor that Governor Sterling will 'not be a candidate for reelection. The local school mailed out their I "£¡¡^7 K-f eandfJcv" first attendance and failing report to: ^ « „r«S«r ab en?e8TanddfaílJhl"f oTthe¿ !him discU8a during his first year absences and failures for the preced-|in ^ic4 But h& has certainly not ing week. It did not include tardies. Regular reports on the usual r«-j*¿at' given anyone any reason to believe „ ,¡i, . „ i that "one term has been enough"' \hl «nh.il «1 tho nw Iíor him- 1 claim' no unusual gifts of six weeks of ncLol imd every six'prophecy inriakinS the prediction weeks thereaft...

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 — 2 October 1931

• • OCTOBfeS 14N1. 6Vi Miles a Minute Flight Lieutenant G. H. Stainiorth few at the rate of over 404 miles an hour down v\ ind in British speed testa i Calibo . its citiaens arc interested and active.) Wa believe today that Caldwell has! as. many interested and active citi-' sens as any place in the world for its , sise. We are convinced that it is > growing, and wc are of the firm ¡ opinion that it will continue to ex- ¡pand. We would just as soon own (property here as anywhere. Wc just' as soon would live here as anywhere. 'If you want to know the real facts,' i we hail rather, because there arc some of the best people in the world; right hero in Ctrklwell. Tim! is a tremendous influence with us. Also,1 because Caldwell is situated in one of the best and most dependable counties in the country, where prac- * tically every variety oí agricultural prodpet is produced and all branches of farming are practiced. Our city and our county both grow. They are making marked progress.' jC...

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 — 2 October 1931

TBI CALDWELL NEWS FRIDAY OCTOBER S. 1*11. H M k'M ■ m 1 I Michigan Peach Queen Visita Hoover UK THOUSAND DISASTERS RECEIVED RED GROSS AID IN 50 YEARS American Society to Celebrate Its Birth Year With Nation- wide Observance T* Virginia Aller, chosen queen at the peach festival in Romeo, •ented two choice baskets of the fruit to the President CITY LIGHT AND WATER PLANT TO ASSUME CURRENT EXPENSES OF BRADY, BEGINNING OCT. 1 BRADY, Sept. 26.—Effective Octo- ber 1, the Brady municipal water and light plant will take over all current expenses of the city of Brady, with the exception of a 4-ccnt park tax, and taxeH will be levied only to meet payment of the city's bonded indebted- ness. The action was authorized by the city council at its last meeting, thereby making possible a 10-cent re- duction over last year in the city'u tas rate, which was lowered from $1.20 to $1.10 on $100 valuation. A conservative budget has been adopted by the city to assure econ- omy in next year's expenditures,...

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 — 2 October 1931

a. itti. TI A Bank Account —4 an «ble partner to second the activity of the individual. And it is a partner easy to secure. There are o Qualifications for opening an account except 4^nbltion, determination and a little money. We welcome your account. CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK Capital and Surplus $150,000.00 Miss Josephine Lehde Honors Visitor With Bridge Entertainment Joseph icd he Lehde entertained Forty-Two Club of City Entertained By Mrs. H. P. Woodson Mrs. H. P. Woodson complimented entertained her guest, Mrs. Johnnie the Forty-Two Club nnd several o ther of Fort Worth, with three: guests on Friday afternoon with a of bridge on Tuesday evening. ¡ beautiful forty-two oartv. The how The color scheme of yellow and white meseiiUHi a loveiy seuing tor tno vraa carried out quite effectively in J four tables of players who formed the the decorations and refreshments. | personnel of this hospitality. An ar- 1ftlas Juanita Philp won high score, rangement of autumn flowers gave alao the cut ...

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 — 9 October 1931

• CM Year Exhibit * for the Weekly UNTY. TEXAS, i* Vil uiBi i i niiofi- The Caldwell New*, i*% 8& H a ;l " fcj-* >r ,*■ WELL, N CO Na. M. A "1-1U ,J| mi- .pun If «Ml, <H HERE TRADE'S Editor's Column The municipal power plant is taking on better form every day, and. at the same time the interest of many of the citizens is increasing along with it. Tho city will soon have a plant of its own to better illuminate tins streets, furnish power for the water works and eventually reduce rates and taxes in general. • • * • Some who were doubtful about the installation at first, little concerned, are apparently looking upon it with favor. They are complimenting offi- cials about the high type of construc- tion and frankly admit that the plant is going to be far beyond their ex- pectations. • ♦ • • The large number of street lights and type placed throughout the city, has attracted considerable attention. Most everyone appreciates them. The white way lights in the business sec- tion a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 October 1931

•. 1M1 I, i íi 1 L.. & IGHTAUNSEEN MARY ROBERTS MNEHART oo w<q r *si y * mm toutrs *'míha*t W/ Sií W (A SECOND INSTALMENT SYNOPSIS Six people, Horace Johnson (who tells the story), his wife, old Mrs. Dane, Herbert Robinson and his sister, Alice, and Dr. Sperry, friends and neighbors, are in the habit of holding •weekly meetings. At one of them, Mrs. D ane, who is hostess, varies the program by unexpectedly arranging alistic seance with Miss spiritualistic seance with "Go and get Clara. Horace/' Mrs. Dane said to me, "and have her bring a note-book and pencil." Nothing, I believe, happened during my absence. Miss Jeremy was sunk in her chair and breathing heavily when I came back with Clara, and Sperry was still watching her pulae. Suddenly my wife said: "Why, look! She's wearing my bracelet!" This proved to be the case, and was, Jeremy, a friend of Dr. Sperry and ' regret to say, the cause of a most "1 unjust suspicion on my wife's part. not a professional, as the medium. NOW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 October 1931

• • FRESHEST VEGETABLES AND FRUITS FOR THE TABLE. Stocked Regularly Simpson's MINIMAX Specials Friday & Saturday GRAPEFRUIT, lice me Sc ENGLISH PEAS ST,"ST 2 "19c SALMON, Happy Vale, each— 9c SCOCO LARD, 8-Lb. paih 71c K.C. BAKING POWDER, Zwi. 18c American Lady 48-Pound Sack .. American Lady 24-Pound Sack American Lady 12-Pound Sack .. FLOUR 99c 51c 29c American Lady 6-Pound Sack Wichita Loaf 48-Pound Sack _ Princess 48-Pound Sack 17c 81c 73c MEAL, Fancy Cream, 24-Lb 32c SHORTS 79c BRAN ,64c SYRUP, Brer Rabbit, 1 gallon ... 62c GOLD England was the first of the gold standard nations to announce that its the bill. Today I could pay that debt for around $330. Financiers and economists differ widely as to the ultimate effect of this situation on our American pros- perity. My own guess is that it will not affect us very much. SILVER One effect of the general abandon- ment of the gold standard is to re- vive interest in bimentallism, which was the big political issue in this country ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 October 1931

•-¿.«aiiusKa Isuiuft* ii jii.ii.mib l Hjiiüli ^ wdftY • wo*/! CA |*n ííípu-^^j TU* It«!. ♦ Q & „ at second data matter at the Caldwell, Teaas Phot Ottlee, under ( sf Coffin, March 8. 1878. veekly by th« Caldwell News and Burleson County ledger, and Main Striate, Caldwell, Tasas. I Year: la County $1.50; Out oí County 92.00 Advertising Rate , Readers, par line par tach- 26c 10c all notieas carried under thia head payment Mrsot^yj^anjnteed by thf upon preeeutatfon tf statement. Th4| ication audi matter aid wait until estat paper tes are facing such notices no longer accept for publu- --— —-— - , , fed up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of I cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and |>er line for eaeh subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. THE FAMILY DOCTOR By JOHN JOSEPH GAINES, M. D. ¿floapE Just Between Us Boys am fraokly asked, which is the ►re dangerous for a man, smoking r chewing tobacco. Because ...

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 — 9 October 1931

mt M GRADUATE \ ■ ' • —— 1 ai'- M'" '«?• I K «f'.T ft ,'Vt'4 t¡3 l. 'un.f .. ■r** ...i V- L.'T/ n, Brazos Regional (Continued from page om) AUSTIN, Oct. 8.—Texas farmers need hive little ie§r that foreign countries' ' will increaM acreage and Consult him aJp^ SURO op^je, horses, mules and poultry $220 Per Acre Is Gain In Planting JjCSt 1 OtfltO Seed i a Muine produce compun t tht$ results would be $cjually 4pplictt- j ^ undeilaid with ft bin in Texas. "Poor seed,' he awid, ¡wood..against .which fchei "in not {food as at uny pnce. i implements are almost ranged (or the meeting, which com- mences in the morning and extends throughout the two days First Morning ness of daily life 9 to 9:80, registration. 9:80 to 9:60, devotion: "Quiet Witness of Daily Life," Rev. A. Wal- ton, Burton, Texas. 9:50 to 10:40, opening: Organisa- tion, welcome of Conference, reports. ,T ,, 10:40, to lit 10, address: "Meaning the extent that it would' and Scope of Visitation Evangelism, -* this, country's RV ...

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 — 9 October 1931

f ASHINGTON tanda to pnw Dm adoption of the equalisation fee, as soatsiasd ta |ta original McNarv-Haugen bill wfckh wu vetoed by the President V AH INOTON, D. C.. Oct 9. (Atttocaster) — A series of agricui- ' conferences in various parts of the country have been called by Sec- retary Hyde of tlie Department of Agriculture, in order to discuss the advisability of having the fanners cut dulM on the number of acres they mia now tilling. It is said that the basic ida* Mr. Hyde had in mind whan he called the meetings was to devise a plan to induce farmers to plant cre«H on many of their fields in place of grain. foreign governments have a meth- od of sennaing out public sentiment which they call by the name of "pour- parlers/' meaning informal talks which commit nobody. They are, in the same thing as the discus- around th-3 stove in general atores at cross-roads throughout America. At these informal meet- Ian all kinds of ideas are broached ana hashed over by the officials until mu idea ...

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 — 9 October 1931

•*« TU CALDWELL MlWt •BT «. mi i i¡ i I I Granbury, Texas, Operate Water and Light Plant Profitably EARNINGS OF UTILITIES PAY COST OF OPERAT- ING CITY GOVERNMENT Mnnidpal Power [ Plant at Seattle Offers Low Rate Municipal ownership and operation Operating: expenses wer 99,292 lear- of utilities is profitable for small in? a profit of $6,000. Since its in- cities as well as large, as proven by stallation, the plant has been improv- the experience of Granbury, Texas, ed out of its earnings and its book with a population of approximately value as placed by auditors is $101,- 1,000. Since 1923 Granbary has oper- 962. ated its light plant and water works The original installation included a and each year these utilities have 50 h. p. Diesel engine and a 100 h. p. earned a profit for the city. ; Diesel, driving 82 Kva. and 72 Kva. Operating at rates lower than offer- generators respectively. ed in places of comparable size, the the increased demand, municipal v • sands Note: This is the t...

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 — 9 October 1931

•M&ifüi M * poBi ■ ot a bank #ccount. ivcvjive now tj lay tuidu ú parí of your income and 8ti¿k to it. Immeasurable good will coir.e ?tá possibilities are part or you i .: <1 ■ *V« , Wl'l come to make It stem almost hut ilo your utmost to keep up the good work, k'lji toniaue*.! tc carry on in all kinds 01 weather ily the one who come.i out ahead. NATIONAL BANK ('«pitá! and Surplus $150,000.00 Couple In Lyons Mr. Gi.-n Bird and Misa Op¡ «•ere united in marriage A. .SarJrduy night by Rev. A. E. ;Iu3 a1, his hume. Mr. Bird •on oí Mr. and Hillary the Harmony commun Ity. whll Mild is the tlauvrht r of Mr. a^d .v. v.'>pj>*>r:nanr. of near l.yous. ftf iA i i ■ — (> Bird i.i TY-i Saturday i LATIN CLUB Perkins ontsrtnfr.ej j party Friday night her grand parent-;, K Ilundiey. Seven ortned the personnel le s entertainment 1 evening was .uad cual-ie was "served at oí tus gsmea. 'MW ItUJ Ci Bridge iiih £nier¿ aiued By Miás Brewer Lavt Ssnáay r.t 10 <i'c!o;k, Oetoler' 1931 I...

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 — 16 October 1931

H ¿P&M} Gat Your Exhibit Ready for t|i BURLESON COUNTY FAIR And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. S, No. 89. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1931. Burleson Cot Lodger, Vol 46, No. H. SIXTH ANNUAL COUNTY FAIR OPENS NEXT WEEK f . Texas Senate Clears District Judge J. B. Price Editor's Column I ^'8 Show To Be 1 Staged By People of Entire County The schoohi of the county art* most all busy assembling their exhibits to be placed on exhibition at the fair. There is one more week until the big fall event takes place. The present prospect is for a real good fair. There Indications Now Point to Bigger is no question about it if everyone More Successful Fair will do his part. Tranolate Bible Into **American Language" | Mr. King, county agent and director general of the fair, left Monday morning for Dallas, accom- panied by Ralph Jasper, of Chriesman, runner ...

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 — 16 October 1931

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER II, lttl THE CALDWELL NEWS f. ! Sight^Unseen MARY ROBERTS R1NEHART hj3/ j/ 6y nuuhf eoeepts cuhbhart | First to Mike Non-Stop Pacific Flight THIRD INSTALLMENT Synopsis Six people, Horace Johnson (who tells the story), his wife, old Mrs. Dane, Herbert Robinson and his sis- ter, Alice, and Dr. Sperry, friends and neighbors, are in the habit of holding weekly meetings. At one of them, Mrs. Dane, who is hostess, varies the program by unexpectedly arranging a spiritualistic seance with Miss Jeremy, a friend of Dr.! Sperry and not a professional, as the medium "You don't think he fell there?" "She dragged him, didn't she-" he demunded. Then the strangeness of what he was saying struck him, and he smiled foolishly. "What I mean is, the medium said she did. I don't suppose any jury would pass us to- ary sequential and humorous happenings. Then the medium goes into a trance and gives disjointed details of a mur- der. After the sitting breaks up and the members go home, Sper...

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 — 16 October 1931

THE CALDWELL NEWS FRIDAY, N. lttl HENDLER'S 9 CENT SALE F riday- Saturday Monday Just look how much a few pennies will buy during these three days. Only three big days and we extend our customers a very special invitation to visit our store, and save money during these days. MEN'S DRESS SOCKS, 15c grade, fancy patterns pair 9c CHILDREN'S I NIONS, sizes 2 to 12, Special garment 29c 25c grade. Ladies' Patent Leather HOl'SE SHOES, Saturday Onlv pair 49c Young Men's (iood (irade Athletic SHIRTS and DRAWERS garment only 19c Children's Good Grade STOCKINGS, all sizes. While they last pair 9c 3<>-Inch Fancy OUTINGS good grade yard only 9c SHIRTING CHEVIOTS, heavy weight. Special . yard 9c One lot of ROYS' SUITS to close out, sizes up to 16—Special 99c 25c Grade 36-lnch New Fall SUITINGS, a real value yard 19c Large Size 80x105 All Rayon BED SPREADS, Special each $1.49 Many More Values Too Numerous to Mention! A real opportunity to make your pennies go a long way. Many other values to...

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 — 16 October 1931

in i-" • i- f I ■ i til 111 I f i t i ! H i t I f I'M at. nail THE CAIJVU NBW8 THE CALDWELL NEWS County Ledger C. E. CBOMABTIE, Editor aad Publisher Entered w second elan matter at «he Caldwell, Texas Pott Office, under —I e< Coegmm, March 8, A&TO. Published weekly by the Caldwell New* and Burleson County Ledger, er Buck and Main Streeta, Caldwell, Teaas. Babon iption 1 Year: In County $1.60; Out of County 12.00 Advertising Kates, per inch— Beaders, per line 28c .10c fñit iBvypmtMR-JhMifter all notices carried under this N be accompanied by the cash payment per sonal ly guaranteed ^ by placing such notices upon prw«t«ti r of -tatment. Thi ^paper per line for each subsequent insertion for all legsl advertising A GREAT MAN PASSES Four years ago, when of Austris, a little more than twelve .years ago, its people chose for their *our ye i President[president Professor Masaryk of Coolidge appointed Dwight W. Mor- Columbia University, New York. A row ambasssdor to Mexico, his name| ...

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 — 16 October 1931

THE CALDWELL NEWS ¡iiiioiJfP?1:':-: Is it coffee that is packed and stored in cans which are sup- posed to keep it fresh for weeks and months? ••Or is it the same as.. ■r TO mP ml MM WF'mmi'Ká 11 that Is never stored (even one day)--but is de- livered to your gro- cer l v fast trucks as soon as it is roasted. Duncan 4 There in no substitute for freshness. Nor in it possible for true freshness to be canned. That i* why Admiration Coffee is rush- ed bv fast trucks direct to your grocer fresh from the roasting £veni That is why NO SINGLE CAN OF ADMIRATION COFFEE IS EVER STORED! Why is Admiration Texas' favorite and fastest selling high-grade coffee? Simply because no other coffee equals it in freshness, flavor, aroma and uniform cup quality. Ask your grocer. DUNCAN COFFEE COMPANY "An All-Texas Institutionn Certification Of Pecan Root Stock Planned By State AUSTIN, Oct. 15.—Proposing to establish, for the first time in the history of the pecan industry, a source of completely labeled an...

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