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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 January 1932

RIBA*. JAMVABT tS. IMS. TBI CALDWELL NEWS KATtlARINf FIFTH INS'l .M MENT BURT me to make this affidavit. that was not possessive, not even Freah from a French convent, "Now, listen closely. The making passionate, cross his face. Jocelyn Harlowe returns to New York of such an affidavit, falsely or heed- Joeelyn came back that night hap- to her aocially-elect mother, a re- lessly, subjects the maker to fine and pier than she had been since the to imprisonment. ! first days of her engagement and There was a gray shadow on this profoundly reassured. young man. Lynda drew back a lit-1 In a mood of calm, of almost cold tie in her chair. Something that had self-possession, she went two or been mysterious in his aspect was three evenings later to bid her father explained to her. farewell. She had freed herself of That mine turned out to be no any sentimentality toward Jock Ayle- ligiouv ambitious woman. The girl is hurried into an engagement with the wealthy Felix Kent. Her father, Nick San...

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 — 22 January 1932

TPS CALDWELL KIWI FtlPAY, JANVA T Ml FREE FREE FREE ROSEN WASER'S Greatest Clearance On FRIDAY, SATUR- DAY and MONDAY, the first 3 days of this Great Sale, at 3 p. m. each day we will give away VALUABLE AND USEFUL GIFTS! —at no cost to you whatsoever—and you do not have to make a single purchase to enable you to share in on thi: FREE Festival. Come in and see for yourselves. tiohal slaugh- tering of prices such as has never before beea known to the public. Nothing has escaped the price cutter's knife ... all of our stock is on sale . . . nothing reserved. High class Men's, Women's and Children's READY-TO-WEAR, SHOES, PIECE GOODS and NOTIONS NOW ON SALE at PRICES ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE! We have shut our eyes to cost—nothing matters except the clearance of merchandise. Such stupendous BARGAINS will not be repeated in years. Take advantage early while the stock is clean and complete. This January Clearance Sale will bring to the people of this territory baigains that will make everyone fo...

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 — 22 January 1932

KEEP ON YOUR TOES Don't let the impression that you are too slow When voters out-class you wherever you go; For there is some place exactly your fit, Where you can excel, if you will find it. The expert is he who is wanted today; And unless you excel, you get little pay. To be an expert the main thing to do Is to do honest work and keep working, too. The First State Bank in Caldwell has found he who grows In any vocation must keep on his toes. (Cupr 1P2S Adia Brown Hunter) First State Bank in Caldwell Mid-Term School *vl'f I Examinations Are Being Given Now Lutheran Church CALDWELL Sunday School—9:30 a. m. German Services—10:30 a. m. Everyone cordially invited. W. A. Mueller Salem's Evangelical Church Birch Friday* January 22nd— Y. P. League meeting at 7:00 p. m. Important! Come one and alt. Sunday, January 24th— Only Sunday School at 10 o'clock. No service. Rev. Carl A. Stadler Card of Thanks We take this means of expressing our sincere thanks and deepest ap- preciation for every c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 January 1932

Í tJ 4 ; • # ♦ nd Hie Burleson County Ledger - A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 4, No. 5 CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1932. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 41, No. li EDITOR'S ^ COLUMN ^ Sunday will bring to a close the first month of the new year. Prom a climatic standpoint it has been one of the most unusual months in a number of years—warm and extreme- ly wet. Mother earth is a blanket of green, very unusual for January. The month has been wet. Heavy rains fell almost daily throughout the month, causing overflows two dif- ferent weeks. ♦ * * * The weather forestalled activities in practically every line—agricultural and commercial. Farm work has been virtually nil. As a consequence, and because of bad condition of the roads, business was depressed. Aside from minor activities and a few advance preparations and plan , very little has been accomplished thus far this year. ♦ • • «...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 January 1932

T, JANUARY S . IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS " Í. I f AUSTIN, TEXAS, EARNS SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT FROM LIGHT AND WATER SYSTEMS WITH NEW IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED, CAPITAL CITY WILL HAVE BEST POWER PLANT IN SOUTHWEST A profitable enterprise, operated efficiently under the most modern irethods, the municipal elec- tric and water utilities in Austin, Texas, have shown • substantial growth in the past few years. Net (■come of the Austin water, light and power department for 1930 amounted to $246,184,.2ft. This figure was ar- rived at after allowing depreciation to the amount of $266,941.46, and after allowing for taxes that would bave been collected if the plant were privately owned. Total receipts of the department lar the year Hmounted to $1,349,- 114.08, exclusive of free water, light aad power service to city schools a- snounting to $7,710.27, and the ser- «ím to charity amounting to $1,- •46.03. Revenues of the electric de- totaled $765,288.88, of the division $818,340.88, and of the division foi ...

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 — 29 January 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY « Reconstruction Finance Corporation Will Be Good Stimulant to Business By Caleb Johnson Hoover's proposal for tlw establish ment of a Reconstruction Finance Corporation, to come to the aid of banks, railroads and other institutions which are suffering from "frozen as- sets." With two billion dollars—two thousand millions—at its disposal, what is this pool of capital expected to do, and how will it do it? This is the moat important move which has been made so far to re- lieve the depression from which everybody in the United States is suffering in some degree, and it is something we all ought to under- stand. To begin with, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, which probably will be popularly referred to as the "R. F. C.," will get its capital by of- fering bonds for sale to investors. As these bonds will be guaranteed by the United States Treasury, they will be as secure as Government bonds, and therefore it is expected that there will be no tro...

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 — 29 January 1932

FRIDAY, JANUARY t . IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS H | "I f Total City Tax -422,349.00 Plus Special School Tax (86c) 12,926.00 Total Tax - *35,275.00 The above is based on a city tax rate of $1.47, and a special school tax voted of 85c, figured on a total as- sessed valuation of $1,520,663.00, and gives each citizen a fair idea of the amount of money that has to be raised by taxation every year to meet the City's financial obligattohs end cover operating expenses. Herewith we submit figures to show the possibilities of the light and LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices «arriad under this head j watiel" plants *ow*™¡" e*rn,ing money smpanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the j to defray much of the city s expenses * " r^"9aJ - . -i-a * n'1-1 " and enable officials to reduce taxes: THE CALflmL NEWS And The Buffoon County Ledger C. E. CROMARTIE, Editor and Publisher Enterad as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under •■t af Congress, March 8, 1879. Publis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 January 1932

TBI CALDWELL NEWS VtflY MARY MARSHALL Here' i the new shirred■"•filling wr«p. It the sort of thing"you. would wear at this time of the year merely M n accessory dinner or theatre jacket? but later on in the warmer months of the year it would nerve as an adequate outdoor nig wrip. - ' This little wrap with its aU-ffrer shirring may not fit into yoiii scheme of things, but if you do any home dressmaking you will doubt- les find other ways of using shir- ring. The work may be done on chif- fon, georgette, silk, crepe,. velvet or any other soft material. It can be tailor's chalk along the lines where you want the shirring to appear. ~ The shirring is done with fairly fine sewing silk threaded double and the stitches should be small and even. When you have finished one line of shirring leave the double thread slack and knot the end. When you have all the lines of shirring complete lay the shirred piece on your work table and care- fully*djuat£te rin¿\ is^ pliioi «¡F fotthdauRror fining -...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 January 1932

JANUARY St. IMS. TBI CALDWELL NEWS I I I KATtlARINf Nt&LIN BUftT SIXTH INSTALMENT Fresh from a «French convent, Jocelyn Harlowe returns to New York to her socially-elect mother, a re- ligious, ambitious woman. The girl is hurried into an engagement with thie wealthy Felix Kent. Her father, N|ck Sandal, surreptiously enters the girl's home one night. He tells her he used to call her Lynda Sandal. Tie girl is torn by her desire to see li^e in the raw and to become part olj her mother's society. Her father studies her surroundings. Lynda visits her father in his dingy quarters. She finds four men play- in|g cards when she arrives. One of tnem, Jock Ayleward, her father tells hér, is like a son to him, but warns tqe girl he is a trifler. Lynda pays a second visit to her father and Jock takes her home, on the way stopping with her at an un- derworld cabaret. Jock gets into fight with a gangs- ter who insists on dancing with Lyn- da. He then takes Lynda home. Later she mentions Felix'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 January 1932

TUB CALDWELL NEWS FMDAY, JANUABY , San Antonio School (By the Seventh Grade) We ere ell thankfn! for the nice sunshine we are having to-day and hope we will have plenty more of it. We are all back in school after our mid-term exams. All of the children •re going forward in their studies to make better grades for the last term of school. The following are on the honor- roll, Dorothy Spacek, Hazel Dotson, ■Sophie Budnik, Albina Kostohryz, Ruby Kopecky, Norace Gerland, Ed- ward Lesikar, Alvin Dusek, Steve Wotipka, Loraine Wotipka, Lela Wiederhold, Ruby Dotson and Esther Gerland. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and son motored to Cameron Monday. Mr. Johnnie Jaap of Smithville visited home-folks here during the week-end. Lewis Wyatt spent the week-end with Paul Albright of Red Hollow, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schweda of Caldwell were guest of their parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Wotipka. Messrs. J. C. Brymer and V. A. Wyatt went to A. and M. College Sunday. We are glad to report that Laddie Kristof is bac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 January 1932

. IMS. THS'CALDWELL NEWS o Labor and to Wait! le, today, have no time to stay; in a hurry, come back the same way. rush and the rumble they seem to enjoy, But «when they must wait it causes annoy. An jra ad agre says that the thing to do Is to "Learn to labor and wait," too. So many who labor have not learned to wait, Keep spending their money at too fast a gait. The First State Bank in Caldwell would advise that you Not only labor, but learn to wait, too. (Coit. lili Adui Bravo Duster) State Bank in Caldwell Card of Thanks IFIED FOR SALE—Good Jersey milk cow with young, ealf. Splendid milker tfc 'vV. Mrs. J, F. Polansky FOR 8 Phone dining room set FOR SAI4&—Cabbage plants. S-4-p ' Charlie Kovar FOR SA TRADE—Two extra good young' Jersey cows—will be fresh soon, .Will pay market price for twelve ta*Vo/\hens two toms. 8mith and Martas- (2-6c) TAKEN UP—One bay bali face horse, about ten years old, about 15V4 hands high. Jfb brand with saddle marks on Boute 1. back. Frank Pinter, (1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 4 February 1932

no i.<\ ?A&t* rirr mmmrnm And The Burleson County Ledger The Caldwell News, Vol. 4. No. C. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1932. Barleeea Co. Ledger. VoL 41, No. 47. Commissioner Of , Precinct 1 Asks To Be Re-elected R. R. Piwonka Announces That He Will Seek Office Again In a statement of public nature, issued yesterday R. R. Piwonka County Commissioner of Precinct 1, announced his candidacy for re-elec- tion this year, subject to the will of the voters. Mr. Piwonka is serving his second term, and in announcing at this time, said that he would appreciate con- sideration of all the voters of his precinct, and sincerely trusts that they will see fit to continue him in office. In an interview yesterday he stated that he has held the office only a short while, that during the course of time that he has been com- missioner, he has had but a short time to familiariz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 4 February 1932

IUABY 4. Mil. TBI CALDWELL NEWS Keep the Railroads Moving By Caleb lar.inaur.xi Everybody in America hi concerned la one way or another with the situation of the railroads. Daniel Willard, president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, aa chairman of the presidenta' committee of nine an railroad reorganisation, has pro- posed to the railroad unions that they aeeept a reduction of ten per- cent in wages. The proposal for s wage reduct- ion, which would cut the railroads' operating expenses by a bout $210,- 000,000 s year, is the last effort of the railroads to keep out of bank- ruptcy and to reduce their costs to a point commensurate with the fall- ing off in business and income. Railroad earnings in 1931 were a third less than they were in 1929, and in the case of 72 of the rail- roads the revenue, after paying ope- rating costs, was not sufficient to pay the interest on their bonds. These fixed charges, consisting of interest on money borrowed from the public with which to build, «q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 4 February 1932

> • • • • • # • Novel Exhibit Staged At Road Builders Meet A unique panorama of highway con- struction progress since the era of rutted clay roads has been construct- ed by the Ford Motor Company in cooperation with the Wayne County Road Commission in the display win- dows of the Fords Commercial Ex- hibit at the Highland Park PlanVand will be opened Monday to delegatea to the twenty-ninth annual conven- tion of the American Road Builder^ Association and other visitors. The exhibit shows every type of road constructed in Michigan since highway improvement began. The various sections of highway wind through a miniature forest, over a running brook and through open fields. The road entering the woods is of deeply rutted clay, similar to the roads which were encountered everywhere in Michigan before high- way improvement got under way. Progressing further through the woods a stretch of corduroy road is shown, including a corduroy bridge over a small stream. Further on is a stretch o...

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 — 4 February 1932

Til CALDWELL NEWS 1 I s II if THE CALDWELL NEWS Apd Tk > lny C untjr blfn c k m second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Pott Office, under of Congress, March 3, 187 . Published weakly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, lar Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. ■abecriptioa 1 Year: In County 9M0: Out of County $2.00 ▲dvostisiafc Rales, pec inch—¿5 loaders, par line $: , 45c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter «B notices carried under this head TTSI u^QDUSMunpuw ... accept fot publication such matter sad watt until estates are up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 1 per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and par line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. We're Coming Back Strong The economic depression from which the United States is just emerg- ing is the seventh major attack of "hard times" that this country has been through in lesB than a hundred years. The people who are scared almost ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 4 February 1932

« I « • • « # • • • • TM CALDWBU MEWS Regular Meeting — - of W. MLU.Hdd- Monday Afternoon The W. M. U., of the Baptist churfch held its regular Royal Service end business meeting at the church Mon- day afternoon, with a largt number of ladies present. , ;v The church basement beauti- fully dcorated, portraying Washington theme. Circle No. 6 gave a most interest* by Mrs. C. by Do|felassti..,Mia. - James s. #id Bwitag ánd Mr* ing patriotic program, led W. Bullock. She was afel] Mrs. Gfcy Bowers, Mrs A. O. Windel. Dorothy Perkins rendered a beauti- ful cornet solo, accompanied by Mrs. Douglass at the piano. A delicious salad course was served with minature flags as favors. Sponsors for the occasion were: Mesdames T. L. Goodnight, C. E. Cro martie and W. H. Gregg. Sponsor for the Sunbeam were: Mesdames Charlie Small and S. S. Wood. o —— Mother and Daughter Bon- net and "42" Clubs 1 New RuUr of Porto -¡ B. ***** Governor of roño kko m piaca of Theodore Rooeovth, who w >0 tfas Pliilton...

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 — 4 February 1932

4. IMS. TU CALDWELL KKWB I i': tóii: K KATHARINf NfWLIN BUfiT~ SEVENTH INSTALMENT Frei& from a French convent, Jocelyn Hailfwe returns'to New York to ^er socially-elect mother, a re- ligious, ambitious woman. The girl in hurried into an engagement with the wealthy Felix Kent. Her father, Nick Sandal, surreptiously enters the girl's home one night. He tells her be used to call her Lynda Sandal. The girl is torn by her desire to see life in the raw and to become part of her mother's society. Her father studies her surroundings. Lynda visits her father in his dingy quarters. She finds four men play- ing carda when she arrives. One of them, Jock Ayleward, her father tells her, is like a son to him, but warns the girl he is a trifler. Lynda pays a second visit to her father and Jock takes her home, on the way stopping with her at an un- derworld cabaret. Jock gets into fight with a gangs- ter who insists on dancing with Lyn- da. He then takes Lynda home. Later ahe mentions Felix's na...

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 — 4 February 1932

CALDWBLL San Antonio School (By the Eigth Grade) ( January has gone and February | descended upon us gray and I ireary. We hope this weather con-J tinues at least through tomorrow so the Ground-hog will not see his |shadow. Although the weather has not been I very favorable we are all trying to come to school and study our lessons. We were pleasantly surprised to have Mr. and Mrs. G. C. King visit us last Wednesday. We enjoyed their talk very much and we hope that both, Mr. and Mrs. King will be able to be with as every month. Our girls Volley-ball team played the Hogg team Wednesday afternoon, and were defeated 5 to 0. Last Friday afternoon the whole' school was entertained by the pupil of the intermediate room with the following program:— 1. Poem, "Snow"— Sophie Budnik. 2. Poem, "White Magic"— Ernest Heinke 3. Poem, "Skating"— Estelle Ned- . balek. 4. Play, "The Eskimo Picture Let- jg ter"— Burns Lunsford, Imanuel Hein- i ke, Arnold Zgaby, David Theubber I and Ewald Wiederhold. 5....

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 — 4 February 1932

me JCBW8 ON TO YOVR PAY . Science and art is a part of the plan . To lift the load from the shoulders of man. The tractor, today, we find in the fields, And even old Dobbin from labor it shields. Hie hoe no longer mixes mortar for brick; They have a machine that now does the trick. The world advances and we may. progress, But unless we save we may have less. The First State Bank in Caldwell has always found The man who saves has a system that's sound. (Capr. 1925 Afea Bran Bosttr) First State Bank in Caldwell Iha i RECENTLY *3t injfton County, ancfllr. Bill Neimeier' of Somerville were united in holy i matrimony February 1st. They will; make their tiome at Somerville where ¡ the groom i* employed in the De Luxe Cafe. o Phone your news Items tn «9. :i I SI I Monday JUST L0>0& WHAT 48c WILfc 8$? AT TtíÉS STORE One lot Beys* Everyday Pants 48c Children's Heavy Grade ^48c Men's Fancy Dress JO Sox i 4 pairs *IOC One lot of Krinkled 48c 48c One lot of Children's Wash Frocks 75c gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 11 February 1932

THE CALDWELL And The Burleson County Ledger T A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 4, No. 7. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11. l S2. Burleson Co. Lodger, VoL 4i, No. M. EDITOR'S ^ column u JJEGINNING WITH the last issue we commenced publishing the News on Thursday instead of Fri- days in order to get the paper to readers throughout the county by Friday morning of each week, and to the major portion of readers outside of the county by Saturday. We hope our readers and our advertisers like the change—we do. The motive that actuated the change was inspired to give readers better service, and to materially benefit our advertisers. Henceforth, the News will be printed «very Wednesday afternoon and will be placed in the mails for delivery early every Thursday morning in- stead of every Friday morning as heretofore. • • • • \yE HAD THE matter under con- pideration several months, but cou...

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