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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 11 May 1928

Friday, May 11, IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS Good Groceries and Fresh Groceries Every Day Throughout Every Week Not just merely groceries, but the more dependable kind, groceries of qual- ity, combined with the best that the fac- tories and packing plants can produce; that's the kind we carry in stock. Take advantage of our supply and get the best that money can possibly buy anywhere. We have the best Flour told on Earth. T. B. PARKHILL LET US FIGURE On y cur building ma tor it!. We mII everything to build with Plumbing and light fixtures, wall papar *nd paint Paiiltry «Ira, barbwira, hag tanca, anything to build a homa with— town or country. Be eurc to got our prieta before you buy MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Phone 49 T. HBREWER, Mgr. KNOW TEXAS The number of mules on Texas farms is increasing while horses ere decreasing. The latest figures show 1,073,000 mules valued at f74,625,000. This is 80,000 mora than the previous year. Chickens and eggs produced in Texas annually are valued at more than «8...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 11 May 1928

Friday, May 11. 1MB. V/tV*/ Individual tag of mot and comi mnity growth depend upon the bauk- of money. In the eaae of the individual, hoarding money about the person or pmniaes endangers every waking and sleeping hour through fear of loes by fire or burglary. To the community, hoarding money and keeping it from circula- the banks, retards the growth of the community, and the re - the usefulness of the bank in its service to depositors, personal safety and your duty to your community de- that you put your money on deposit in the bank. We solicit First State B&nk Caldwell, Texas Money % Burleson County's IMMtMMIIKMIMMim New Court House By J. M. Glover, Architect. i ti i it .!ni n i n n i u 111111 * ♦UMillllllMf fft*f ' Remember Your Mother Sunday, Nay 13th, Is Mother's Day. No ono i! wants lo nogloct Mother. A beautiful Box of Mother Day Candy will be appreciated bv her. Get It at Caldwell Drug Co. W. N. COLEMAN, Mgr. ?♦♦♦♦♦♦<' ■! <■♦<■■ I I H I 'M 'I'M1 * PERSONAL NOTES...

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 — 18 May 1928

b to The Naws. ra \ And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. ü The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 19. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. MAY 18. 1928. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, No. i. BURLESON COUNTY CROPS IMPROVED BY RAINS T HOUSE ENJOYED 0Í ILL WHO ATTENDED Entire Program Ably Presented. Many Former Citizens and Friends of Local Citizens Were Here for the Special Occasion. The services held last Thursday that dedicated and opened the new court house apparently pleased every one who attended. Visitors and lo- cal citizens too were generally ex- travagent in their praise of the new building which is now a completed structure and being put to use. The ceremonies arranged for the day were carried out in splendid fashion, and Burleson County citizens as well as many visitors and former citisens from away came to attend. Nothing more than flowers—the handiwork of God—was needed to further embel- ish the n...

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 — 18 May 1928

MU II. 1MI. «Aitni MTIW COMITY EDS rioy QEK NH iwM ÜIohü Mal the Ordinary Advertising Signa Bat Real Para Signs to Tell the War Ml About the County. Burleson County is miaalng one of the best opportunities in the world to advertise the county by not hav- ing appropriate farm signs along the highways and main traveled roads to aJvertiae it This is a day for travel in auto- mobiles, when thousands and thou- sand of people come over our way during the year to get to other places. When they come through they are interested and wonder and wonder to themselves, just what kind of a county this is, and what the people do for a living. This is our attitude when we travel through other counties which are not familiar to us. We have a wonderful county. We are engaging in sciertific farm- ing methods. We have things here that are really interesting and worth while and why shouldn't^ we let our visitors know as they travel through ? What then, would be more approp- riate and profitable to the co...

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 — 18 May 1928

Y ♦ t ♦ ft i* ' * %. T. ♦ * t** Friday, May 18, 1*28. T CALDWELL NBTS We have in stock at all limes the most ser- viceable and economical Automobile Tires i you can find anywhere at our LOW PRICES. At our Sales and Servicc Station you will find exactly what you want in Tires, Tubes or Parts. Call around sometime. GAS Homeyer Brothers OILS J. R. BERNDT A Nice, Clean Stock of General Merchandise Phone 251. Near Santa Fe Depot. We try to please you. Give us a trial. SOCIAL LIFE It is astonishing how slow tu&ny people lire in getting acquainted Not merely do strangers find it hard to make friends, bet old-time residents will not speak tie each other. People m«; meet ouch other on the street foi ye r« and «ever give ny sign of rec >nmit :on. 1'hey know each other perfectly, and would like to get ac- qttrinteü, bill they lias* not been in* ov lucen. '/hese unbending feople may be «harming in their c*wn circles and full of Ichid thoughts towards others Their attitude dons not necess...

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 — 18 May 1928

Friday, May It, IMC, OOMIÍCtt PIIBBFIIT HiPPfimiS HI RIIRIFSflH uunni.ni nn« cmnuo in uvnLLvun 1 «■ COUNTY TWENTY-RVE YEARS AGO NA1LS I 1 T«ar te €oaaty Oat if Csaa.y - by The CaJ4w*U larkmm Caaarty Udg sad Mur. MratU, Cald- flJ# . 2jW WOODLAND FARMING is ths to(«w1«nw «f tli* in tkt basin*** of firming? Service, United ft of Agricultor*, list* of th* m«rt rmpvruiu sdvsn- ef a w*Iir ~n*#ed fsrm wood- U folkrsrs: Thoy can play a tuneful part is di- versified farming, Cotton furmtr* tai tl>* Mouth tmt«4 by failing t'4t«n plisas following lb* « were for twuU if they had woodland* to turn to. Parm wodlands will often produce * profitable crop on land* otherwise useless for agriculture. Th* price of standing timber a. way a beam own «ubi* than of any other land crop. form wood® pmhw* a tahabl* product Haití r readily salable for cash. é The fans woodland affords ttt farm ownar wmtir easployuacnt at a wort fe relatively It eaable* him to grow o Mo Iftfld gfMf f|j|h outlay a pact of Mo ...

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 — 18 May 1928

Friday, May 18, lttt. THE CALDWELL NEW I N • ft Good Groceries jnd Fresh Groceries Every Dsy Throughout Every Week i Not just merely groceries, but the more* dependable kind, groceries of qual- ity, combined with the best that the fac- tories and paclimgf plants can produce; that's the kind we carry in stock. Take advantage of our üti|>|>ly and ^et the best that motley can jgN&ibly buy anywhere. Wo have the b||t Flour told on Earth. T. B. PARKHILL Caldwell Jifigh School Tfows NKWH I'HItHONAI-H I ROM AROUND HIX Mr N..ii Mm C II. lorry spent Mother's l «y In II *iii«> wittrth* )mI* t«ra mother, Mm J H Htubb* Mr. J T Moor ami Mlawi A%á wyn wtd Francis Moore of Pitts Bridge visited the former's mother, Mr , C, Phegloy, Sunday. Mr. muí Mr. W. K Thor,*, MU. Ethel Thorp# and Cha# Jacks**' Mil I ted Mrs. J no Spradley of Gause Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Otto Hermit arid pi Hubert, warn Ilia guest* of r. Jannett and family Hun day. J. I). Kal>lan of Caldwell spent the week and In H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 May 1928

*•< THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, May 18. IMS. bar BURLESON COUNTY SHOWS MARKED PROGRESS IN 82 YEARS In 1846, one year after Texas ló- came a state of the Union, Burleson County was created and organized. Since that time this county has ex- perienced a normal healthy growth that has been bo gradual a casual observer would hardly notice it. There are, however, today In our midst, men and women who lived ... 777 l„m - • .. . , . Chicago.—Wars of the two Napoleon here when freight waB transported gnve the Unlted 8latei two Btupie fpotJ over the old Spanish Trail in wagons commodities on which American house- VAST INDUSTRIES TRICE ORIGIN TO NAPOLEONIC WARS Two Staple Foods Result From Privations During Crises in France. \ YOUROLDIRON IS WORTH ¿I :!? Robert McLane Company Wholesale Distributors HIGH SCHOOL PRESS ELECTS OFFICER8 AUSTIN, Texas, May 17.—Offi- cers for the 1929 Interscholastic League High School Press Associa- tion were elected at the conference of the Association held last w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 May 1928

—- 1 T" vv- ♦ f. • I I' 'li I ♦ f J. F. PEARCE Chiropractor Office over Harvey's Garage CALDWELL, TBXA8 CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Blackberries at 26c gallon on vine. Chaa. Kovar. 6-1 p FOR RENT—Mclver building. J. R. Bates. 5-18-c 8TRAYED—One red bull year- ling, no brand or marks. Johnnie Wade. 5-18-p STRAYED—One red steer year- ling about one year old. Owner see Johnie Wade, Constable Precinct 7. LOST—A pair of tan kid gloves in front of Thornton's Grocery Store. Finder return to Mrs. Henry Gregg. LOST—One small chunky black mule. Finder notify D. L. Alford. 6-18-c FOR SALE—Cotton Seed for planting. Frank Bravenec, Chries- man, Texas, Route 1. 4p LOST—One small chunky black mule. Finder notify D. L. Alford. 6-18-c FOR SALE—Brand new three burner oil range. Cheap. Dr. J. F. Pcarce. LOST—Truck number 11014 on road from Caldwell to Providence. Return to John Kopac. 6-J8-p EYES EXAMINED-—Glasses fit- ted. Dr. F. R. Dunn, Licensed Opto- metrist of Hearne, at Stone and Hitchcock's Drug St...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 May 1928

A [oarding Mone]f| Individual uíety and comí «unity growth depend upon the bank- ing at money. In the ease 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 ttie usefulness of the bank in its service to depositors. Year own personal safety and your duty to your community de- mands that you put your money on deposit in the bank. We solicit yo|r amiiwrt here. The First St&te B&nk Caldwell, Texas wauw Personal News Items Round About Town Miss Pearl Smith is a guest of Mrs. M. Smith. Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Goodnight went to Holland Saturday. i : ■imunmiiniHiiiiHW1—nniHiHHiMMnginmg 1 'II Remember Your Mother Sunday, ?S*y 13th, Is Mother** Day. No ono ; • wonts to noglect Mother. A beautiful Box of ; Mother Day Candy will be appreciated by her. Got it a...

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 — 25 May 1928

Km infamad ibwt year County. Subscriba U> The New . THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger We Will Strive To MaHt YmtCNIMMM At AS Tiaies. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to tne Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 20. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. MAY 25, 1928. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, No. 9. BURLESON COUNTY GETS A NEW TEST OIL WELL | II It « ' I *4*4 1 ♦ « * ♦ * ' 'M O i | 1 •r. I Large Crowd Attends High School Commencement Friday Evening ACTIVE EFFORTS ARE BEING MIDE TO DEVELOP MIHERAL RESOURCES Several Hundred Acres Under Lease. First Test Being Drilled On The Dr. J. P. Sparks Lease On The Brazos Near Rita. The Rita (¡as and Oil Company, with headquarters in this city, after several weeks preliminary prepara- tion, commenced active drilling Tues- day on the Dr. J. B. Sparks tract of land in the northern portion of the county near Kit a, with the full in- tention of thoroughly testing out that section of the c...

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 — 25 May 1928

il¡|í THE CALDWELL NEWS FH&jr, May tt, IMS. POLITICAL CAL ANDBS Vario*** Laws to be Complied With June Saturday Before Third Monday- Last day to get name on official bal- lot for county and precinct nomina- tions. (Art. 3113.) fourth Monday—Candidates must pay assessment to get name on bal- lot. (Art. 3108.) Junt and July This applies to all—winners and losers. County and precinct candidates file a report of receipts and expendi- tures'—not more than thirty nor less than twenty-five (26) days. Another not more than twelve (ii) snd not less than eight (8) days prior to the date of primary election and another ten day8 after the election with the county clerk. (Art. 3172.) And one with the county judge ten (10) days after the primary and another ten (10) days after the general election in November. (Art. 3144.) July Second Monday—Twenty to ten days before primary absentee voting Arranged. (Art. 2956.) Fourth Saturday—Primary elec- tion day. (Art. 3102.) First Saturday after primar...

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 — 25 May 1928

Friday, May 28, 1928. THE CALDWELL NEWS '■Wm l • H 9 • ■<* Dodb6 Broth e-rs Victory How do YOU test a motor car? Is i peed the first test you apply to a motor car? . . . Then drive The Victory Six, for no car in it* class is so fast. ... Is acceleration a major consideration? . . . 5 to 25 miles in 7'/i seconds — ill to 45 miles in 13V4 seconds—tell the un- paralleled story of Victory pick-up. Are you interested in economyf ... 21 miles per pillnn at 25 miles per hour is average gaa con- sumption for this famous Sua . . . Upomy? ... Head room etftusl to any—superior to moat—in iu class. Wider seats—more kg room. Big! And a beauty! Rakish and trim in line, richly upholstered, beautifully lacquered in smart hues —tomorrow'i style with Dodge dependability. A car that you should try out—now—yourself at the wheel. Coupe, $1045; 4-door Sedan, $1093 ¡ DeLuxe Sedan, $1170; DeLuxe 4-patt. Coupe, $1170; Sport Sedan, $1293—f. o. b. Detroit, Halsell Motor Company Bryan, Texas Represented loc...

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 — 25 May 1928

THE CALDWELL MEW* Friday, Nay 18, 198*. Burleson County Ledger C. E. Cro«srtie, Editar Entered u second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas, Postoffice, under act of Congress, March 8, 1879. ekly by The Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, comer Buck and Main Streets, Cald- well, Texas. SANTA PE TO RUN SPECIAL Subscription Price: 1 Year in County $1.50 Oat of County 2.00 Miss Evelyn Edmonds departed Friday for her home in Dublin to make a brief visit, after which time, •he, joined by Miss Jessie Shaw, will go to New York City on a pleasure trip and including a course of study for about six weeks. According to information received from his father, Charles Oliver, it' has been learned that Edis Offver will undergo an operation for appen- dicitis this week at the Bryan Hos- pital. Mrs. Robert Horlock came up from Houston last week to visit her sister, Mrs. J. R. Heslep, accompanied by her brother Horace Knox from Nav- asota. t . .... ' . r. «yí, . . . ♦ - • V •+■*< Horace Brewe...

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 — 25 May 1928

Friday, May 86. 1MB. THK CALPWBLL NEW ♦ % ♦ -♦ r % Truck Growing Reaches High Level AUSTIN, T«m, Muy 24-Ttúck farming has reached the highest level it has known in Texas thin spring,' according to Bervard Nichols, assist-, ant in charge of index numbers in the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas. During the month of April, 0,726 cars were shipped, while 7,54*1 were ■hipped in March. Last yckr the fig-! ures for April were 6,760 cars. This' inervase is due, in a great measure,' however, to the increased acreage in' Texas this year, according to Nich-1 ols, rather than to unusual farming' conditions. Prices were steadily going down during the month, Nichols stated. Po-' tato'.'s were seasonably lower, and ¡ cabbage lost most of the March' gain. Carrot and Hiring beans de- j clircd, while citrus fruit* recorded a slight advance. One of the most prominent Manon* of t ie District of Columbia, Matthew Trimble, died at his home in Wash' ington, I). €., recently. Mr. Trim...

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 — 25 May 1928

f a i AT YOUR DEALERS ' Robert McLane Company Wholesale Distributors TO SPECIAL XCURSION Galveston JUNE 3rd Bathing Girls Revue $3.50 ■' JÉ ik v S'i"ta J-c o* r > Round Trip Tickets on Sale for Trains Arriving Galveston. June 2 and Sunday morning, June 3. Lim- ited to June 4. Far Particulars See Your Santa Fe Agent Now on exhibition in our store— the new Vendex Machine. This most ingenious mechanical device auto- matically sells a very high grade 5c pencil and prints the buyer's own name right into the wood of the pen- cil. The Name is printed without chargs. We are fortunate indeed in having secured the sole right to > operate this machine in our town. See it at your first opportunity! Surovik Drug Store Caldwell Texas HlllillllltllttTTT """"" "" Lnaber aid Building Material i | Oar line is complete. See ue If you are going to build, repair or point. FRANK B. DRGAC About Our City It can be truthfully stated that the majority of the citizens of Caldwell are deeply interested i...

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 — 25 May 1928

«Vil ¥> CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 8 A LE—Blackberries at 26c gallon on vine. Chas. Kovar. 6-lp FOR SALE—Cotton Seed for planting. Frank Bravenec, Chries- man, Texas, Route 1. 4p EYES EXAMINED—Glasses fit- ted. Dr. F. R. Dunn, Licensed Opto-' metrist of Hearne, at Stone and Hitchcock's Drug Store every Tues- day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. FOR SALE CHEAP—One living room and one dining room Buite; also some odd pieces furniture. Mrs. T. G. Scott. 6-25-c FOR SALE—Several choice Po- land China pigs sired by the cham- pion registered Poland China boar of Burleson County. Inquire Cald- vtli News. FEMALE HELP WANTED WE PAY $1.20 dozen, sewing bun- galow aprons at home. Spare time. Thread furnished. No button holes. Send Stamp. CEDAR GARMENT FACTORY, Amsterdam, New York. CURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE jTEURS «60 Extracted From the FilesJOf the^Caldwell News-Chronicle May 22, 1903. SI MMER SCHOOL Beginning May 28th, at the high school building I will teach summer school up to third gra...

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 — 25 May 1928

>WELL NEWS Friday, May tt, IMS. ■ [oarding Money InltlVfrnl MÍcty and com mnity growth depend upon the bank* ing of money. In the -n*" of the individual, hoarding money about the person or pipwif— endangers every waking and sleeping hour through fear of loaa 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 of the bank in its service to depositors. Vnr ojien personal safety and your duty to your community de- ihatids that you put your money on deposit in the bank. We solicit your ■n ii—I hare. The Staae B&Lnk Caldwell, Texas Hill t a 11 ttltt I I"""""' 1 ■'' " " '***■ 11 Hill ' Remember Your Mother Sunday, Hay 13th, Is Mother's Day. No one ' wants to noglect Mother. A beautiful Box of •: Mother Day Candy will be appreciated by her. Get it at Caldwell Drug Co. W. N. COLEMAN. Mgr. I m | M 'I l"l H I I 1 I I l-f'M' I I I 'I 1 I I I HH-H I 1>"M I 11 1 1...

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 — 1 June 1928

♦ ,4 *v I « i Km iafornad ihaat yaw Cwtjf. Sabecriba to The Now*. m MwmM And The Burleson County Ledger Wo Yoor Tlmea. Caafideaca At A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 21. CALDWELL. QURLEBON COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 1, 1928. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, No. 10. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT TUESDAY FATAL TO ONE PROMMENi CALDWELL BUSINESS m MID CHURCHMAN DES Identified With the Commercial and Religious Interests of County for Number of Years. Wag Widely Known Throughout County. One of the saddest and moat de- plorable deaths to have occurred in Caldwell in several weeks, was the death of Mr. G. E. James, which oc- curred early Friday morning, May 26th, in a Temple sanatarium where he had gone only a few days before for a special medical treatment. Mr. James was ill only a few days prior to his death. He was operated upon for a disorder of the stomach in the confident hope of effecting a cure. On account of hi...

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 — 1 June 1928

TOT CALDWELL NBW8 Friday, Jdm 1, 1M8 sis. POLITICAL CALAN Dl Virio* Laws to be Complied With JUM Saturday Before Third Monday— Last day to get name on official bal- lot for county and precinct nomina- tions. (Art. 31 IS.) Pourth Monday—Candidates must pay assessment to get name on bal- lot. (Art. 3108.) June and July litis applies to all—winners and losers. County and precinct candidates file a report of receipts and expendi- ture*—not more than thirty nor less than twenty-five (25) days. Another not more than twelve (12) and not less than eight (8) days prior to the date of primary election and another ten days after the election with the county clerk. (Art. 3172.) And one with the county judge ten (10) days after the primary and another ten (10) days after the general election in November. (Art. 3144.) July Second Monday—Twenty to ten days before primary absentee voting arranged. (Art. 2956.) Fourth Saturday—Primary elec- tion day. (Art. 3102.) First Saturday after primary elec- t...

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