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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 25 February 1932

WKSDAY. mUART . Utt. THB CALDWELL NEWS How By Caleb The way to end unemployment is to pat mon back to work. Unemploy- nsont is a problem which affects everybody in every community. It is up to all the people of each com- munity, therefore, to take part in «vary intelligent effort to find jobs for those who need them. And the nrafe* Intelligent effort of this sort that I know of is what they did at Green Bay, Wúconsin. Anyjpommunlty, of any sise, can ergaaiN for unemployment relief on the Green Bay plan. In that town of 40,000 population, in one month mora thanl,000 men and wonmen were put back to work. Some of them had not had a job for two years. There were 1,746 out of work when the united effort began. At the end of a month 1,028 of these had been placed in permanent jobs and the rest all had •ittttt temporary or part-time jobs, ao that there was nobody out of work in Green Bay except those un- able to work, ond the "floaters." The Green Bay campaign started hgr the Mayor issuing...

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 February 1932

m CALDWELL NEWS The Home Garden 8 Lovers oí the soil to whom the first breath of spring brings an ir- resistible impulse to dig in the dirtt to feel the rich loam beneath plow or hoe or hand and to drink in the perfume of fresh turned soil, need no arguments as to the value of a gar- den. Such persons, whether they live on farms or in towns, are natural farmers and are bound to have gar- dens. To that larger group of persons of the more calculating sort we would offer two solid reasons why gardens should be made even if it be at the expense of considerable manual toil and mental anguish. Gardens cut living expenses amazingly, either in town or in the country, and garden produce furnishes many of the es- sentials for a healthful diet. Indeed it is doubtful if most housewives, even though they appreciate the import- ance of vegetables in diet, can f:nd means without a garden to próvida the great abundance of green stuff demanded by Nature as the price of health. He who limits himself ...

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 February 1932

it *. m TU CAbDWILL NBWB rnmmm—. the wise will prepare ¡(who is wise will always prepare rough, stormy weather, when weather is fair, man who puts off till some other day, „ „it he should do now, will find it won't pay. Now is the time for you to engage In saving for sickness, bad luck and old age. Don't get the impression you'll always do well The First State Bank In Caldwell has found the best way jjmi .when the sun shines, keep making hay. IIW lata uim I m (Ca«c. INI Mis •mm Huntar) First State Bank in Caldwell 1 im>' — Smith Celebrates Birthday CLASSIFIED L, ... ADS Mr. W. Fetors had his birthday on SaturdayVlfabruary 20. The Burleson county rM^k« wonderful in weather as we ha 9 4iad lately. Yet some ~~ conquered fiud and slush in rubber- PROTECT your early plants against boots .raincoats and umbrellas, others frost, hail, wind, etc., with Vito-Ray by wagon drawn by a pair of mules. Weatherproof Individual Plant Pro- But the spirit could not be dampened tectors. Place your or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 March 1932

I iri f • I ft? in HI 't • ECTOR'S 'J'WO OR THREE changes in busi- nesses have been made fai the city the past few days. * * • • TUESDAY, J. M. Rice of lloody, Texas, took over the Bailey- Lehman stock which he recently pur- chased. He has moved his family here to become one of us. ♦ • • • PEW DAYS ago Mr. Berry of Houston closed a deal with J. W. Porter, whereby he took over the agency for the Humble Oil Company and wili serve as distributor in the future. I I "MM * elopment THURSDAY, A 1932. A Weekly Newspaper Qevoted Unreservedly to the The Caldwell News, Vol. 4, No. it. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTYj TEX * * * • rpHHEE OR FOUR weeks ago Mr. T. E. Dearing and R. C. Poston of Teague and Dallas, Texas, ex- perienced photographers moved here and opened up a studio on the second floor of the Barnett building and are carrying on. They said that they are receiving some very nice patronage, and are doing as well as they could expect. Both are unusually pleasant gentlemen and sociable. They ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 March 1932

TU* CALDWELL NKWS LIN BURT KATttARfNf ELEVENTH INSTALMENT PrMh from • French convent, Jocelyn Ririove returns to New York to her socially-elect mother, a religi- ous, ambitious woman. The girl is harried into an engagement with the wealthy Felix Kent. Her father, Nick SUndil, aurreptiously enters the girl's home one night. He tells her he used to call her Lynda Sandal. Lynda vUiU her father in his dingy quarters. She finds four men play- ing cards 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 tether and Jock takes her home, on the way stopping with her at an un- derworld cabaret. Jock tails Lynda that Felix caused him to be sent to jail unjustly by fix- up his report on a mine. ñads her jewels stolen and hires a private detective, who oacovers the mysterious prowlings of Lynda, without knowing who she is. Lynda suspects her fattier. Jocelyn decides to marry Felix quickly ...

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 — 3 March 1932

. • I f Road Bond Plan Not Likely To Be Campaign Issue By GORDON K. SHEARER United Preaa Staff Correspondent AUSTIN, Feb. 17.—A state road bond issue, one of the chief plans of Governor Ross S. Sterling, will be eliminated from the coming state campaign, in the opinion of W. R. Ely of Abilene, chairman of the state highway commission. "I do not think it will be an issue in the next campaign," said Chair- man Ely while here this week. A phamplet outlining the bond plan of financing state highways was issued by Sterling when he was chairman of the state highway com- mission. It was titled "The Solution of the Texas Highway Problem" and sub-headed "A state-wide bond issue with reimbursement of counties for money they have spent on state roads." In it an issue of $350,000,000 state road bonds was proposed. The state legislature, after one of its hardest battle^, refused to sub- mit the proposal to a popular vote, which is required. Opposition to the bond issue was made a chief plank by ...

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

THE CALDWELL NtfWS i Í r i i ÍDWBLL NEWS County Ledfter CROMARTUE. Editor aad Pabliaher ■atorad u second class matter at the Caldwell, Tasas Poet Office, under Ml ef Concrete, March 3, 1879. tkly by the Caldwell ¿New and Burleson County Ledger, Buck and Main Streets. Caldwell, Published Texas. Nationally known leader* ftructors in hair dressing. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Taylor and children of Navasota spent the week- end with Mr. and Mra. Edgar J. Straws. SaLacrlptiea 1 Year; In County fojQ; Out of Coaaty I&PO Mr. H. W. Bates visited his daught- er, Mra. Vera Eidman in Austin, Sun- day. Advertising Rates, par inch, lenders, per line 1 > " ! > -10c ¡AL ADVERTISING—B hp tí # «nsh _ such notlods II pw accept for publkfction -r aotkes carried under this head ' ' ' ft ■tai . Mrs. George Smith who has been with her daughter, Miss Kate Smith, in the hospital in Templa returned home this week. Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Womble and iSttl .TtotoTS; Mra. C. D. Lewis were visitors of üp~or caaes ^f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 March 1932

Evangelist Smith Speaks To Caldwell Over Station KTRH Evang. Virgil T. Smith, who ia con- ducting revival services here in the Red and White «tore building made a hurried businesp trip to Houston Saturday. While there he apoke over radio station K.T.R.H. to the people of Caldwell and vicinity. Returning to Caldwell he spoke the same evening saying in part: "Let there''bé a return to religion «pd there will be no more' depression. During the fat years which ended with 1929, the world was absorbed in building towers of wealth upon the sand. Those towers are crumbling now. It is time to pray," he declared. "Everywhere," he said, "he found the cause of the depression summed up among Christians in two words, 'Forgot God', which is the keynote of a solution to the present national crisis." HARMONY NEWS There was a big basket dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Frita Weber last Sun- day. Turkey, chickens and other good things to eat were served. Every one had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Knebel, Jr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 March 1932

MASCI a. IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS General Pushes 03 Company Suits first Skirmish Decides New York Officials Must Appear In Austin AUSTIN, Texas, February 24. (UP) —Attorney General James V. Allred's anti-taut and ouster suit against seventeen oil concerns has many con- fusing angles to the lawyers as well itts ovar single points in- volved .have lasted over two days, the judge even then, taking them under advisement. It may be clarified by a summary of some of the matters and points Involved. AMred is attempting to prove that the defendants violated the Atate anti- trust law, particularly, in connection with filling of station business. This, he aaserta, was done under the guise of the oil code of ethics approved by the Federal Trade Commission. The law prohibits combinations in restraint of trade. The minimum fine for violation is a day. The maximum is $1,600 day. Violations are charged for 783 days beginning Nov. 20, 1929. Ousfcer from the state is also provided. Four of the defenda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 March 1932

ASHINGTON m Special to the Caldwell News Washington, March 2. Autocaster) —With the major financial measures for the easing up of credit and the relief of business out of the way, Congress and the Administration are getting down to their regular busi- ness of playing politics. There may be some excitement here yet, and there will be if the present plans of •the House majority are carried out. Speaker Garner has already prom- ised a fight on President Hoover's plan to consolidate a number of de- tached government bureaus in the in- terest of economy. Mr. Garner calls the President's plan "idiotic." Per- haps that may have been merely an expression of peevishness because the President beat the Democratic leaders to it by a couple of day*. A program of consolidation had been under careful preparation for a good while, but before it could be made public the recommendation came from the White House and once more the Administration had stolen the spot- light. That starts a fight in which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 March 1932

ú mm | í ¡I |.i; i ir if : m Fall of Borne! and power of Rome Is gone, ir nations carry on. wasteful, would not save; pleasures her time sha gave. i ahe was rich she lived too high, set in, and she passed by. so with man who lives too fast, will fall; he cannot last. ret State Bank in Caldwell on the fate Rome a lesson we should all take home. (C«r. 19 Mia Bnot ftMMr) it te Bank in Caldwell hways The 8tate!Hf|hwty commission an- nounce! that it will oot sanction nor permit the posting of candidate posters and other , Campaign litera- ture on the the state to all divisii publicity to head of the remove platal other literature, class as signs, etc. notice was years ago year, the advertí mitted On of-waya. right-of-ways in instructions rs to give in order to and not have to Campaign cards and placed in the same and manufactures ¿J«ame ruling and and given out two !1 be adhere to this ision advises. No any nature are per- ways in their right- Mrs. B. Ol Baer and little daughter, Ruby Lé...

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 — 10 March 1932

Safe THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of~Burleson County. The Caldwell New . Vol. 4, No. 11. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1932. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol 46. No. 51. COUNTY SCHOOLS TO MEET HERE 2 DAYS «•**«*•***** «•♦*«♦ * •• Freezing Weather Grips The Entire State And Nation Two Armed Bandits Rob Lexington State Bank $2,600 IN CASH & BONDS TAKEN IN HOLD-UP Two Flee In Direction This City, Officers Are Notified Of Two lone bandits armed with tftins entered the Lee County State Hunk at Lexington about 2p. m., yes* tuda y and held up the officials, and robbed the institution of cash and securities. About $1.-50.00 in cash and SI,350.00 in Liberty bonds were ftolen. That was the information fur- nished the News by one of the bank's employees over the telephone. He said an exact check of the bank's cash had not been completed, and could not give the exact amount. The ban...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 March 1932

T, MARCH It, IMS THE CALDWELL NEWS FINAL INSTALMENT jrang. She knew Fuji's queer little with flowers while springtime's "But you?" voice: jhurdy-gurdy made incongruous mel- "They thought that we had "This Miss Har-lo?" ody beneath the sun-filled window quarreled over the swag. Lord, "Yes." ¡and his pale young daughter wept, they tore my house to pieces, "Please, Lady come see Mis-tair j The rank outsider was buried in looking for them. It's a wonder you ¡ Sandal. He say. Velly sud-den sick. (the Harlowe burial lot and lay there ren't flayed in the search. Lord No can come. No can get to 'phone, j untroubled by social distinctions or ' any sen.-;e of his inferiority. The lawyer, the clergyman, Cousin Sara knows where 'Celia kept them. But. Please, lady come his room now." "Tell him I'll be there at once." tnd her bags into a cab and gave the address. She got out quickly at the door, told her driver to wait and, keeping the small case with its priceless con- tents in her hands, ran up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 March 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS A THOUGHT FOR YOUNG AND OLD m n h. vw New Thrill for Flaming Youth THE fairyland of wee-hour parties, joy rides, jazz orchestras and the Lindy hop no doubt put a kick into life, set the blood surging and lift one above the humdrum workaday world—but don't you find it rather overdone with tinsel and gilt? It's all greát fun. there is no denying that, and youth cannot be blamed for the resolve not to allow itself to be cheated of those things. Certainly youth has a right to a good time—and you are only claiming your rights. Hut the pace is getting always faster, is'nt it? Daily and nightIv existence has become one glorious Uirill after another. "What's new?" is youth's constant question. Always seeking, always searching, always exploring, hoping and striving for an elusive something, lha's youth. Now just what is that something toward which you are groping—ever searching—always desiring.' Could it be your spiritual self seeking a haven with its creator? Could it be G...

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 — 10 March 1932

kY, MARCH If, lttl THE CALDWELL NEWS •*«< dollar-mark thing* are pretty bad right now. But there are other points of view. Why do we want prosperity to return? So we can all have more money. But if we had more money, a. second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under I wh t would ,we * *'th .H fW as seconucisss matter ai m* v , ¡t 8eems to us thet during those ' ' ■ i . ! boom years when money, for a lot THE CALDWELL NEWS And Tho Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROM ARTIE. Editor and Publisher 1 Year: In County $1.60; Out of County $2.00 26c 10c Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, of people, was easy to get, it proved ler Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. ¡to be pretty hard to hold. And from what we saw and heard and read a- bout what people did with their money, especially people whb had never had any experience with money before, it didn't do many of them much good. On the contrary, it seems to us, it was a genuinely bad influence....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 March 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS t * Winners In Local Band Solo Contest The following was a report given out by Mr. C. R. Hackney, Band Di- rector, as to the resulta of the try outJ in the Band Solos. Saturday, Februury 27th, Major R. J. Ounn, Bandmaster of A and M College, and Mr. Fred Martin, Assist- ent Bandmaster, visited Caldwell to judge a solo contest between members of the Caldwell Public School band. The program was opened with a stirring march "The Naval Cadet." The second number was a Base Solo, «'The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" played by John Kostohryz. After the second number the stage was cleared of the chairs and stands and the piano was moved to the center of the stage and then the contest was on in earnest. The contest was in groups and the way the students nume is listed is how they ranked according to the score. Solo Clarinets—1. Wallace Giddings, 2. James F. Cobb, 3. Judson Wombel, and Charlie Vajdak, tie. 2nd and 3rd Clarinets—1. Dorothy Bowers, 2. Marguret Berndt, 3. Mar- th...

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 — 10 March 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS 1 HIX Notice Of Sale Of Real "ifraj Estate No. 051 IN ESTATE OF MRS. HOUSTON, deceased. In the Cuunty Court of MARY Burleson Mr. and Mrs. Stoney Stubbs of Hearne were guests of W. C. Porter and family Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Siuma and children o! Bryan were guests of W. F. Tonn County, Texas and family Sunday. Notice, is hereby given tha M h W. O. Ferrell returned homo W. Schiller, Administrator of the Thiusuay iioin the hospital where o.nat« of Mrs. Mary Houston deceased, she had been for some lime. will on the 5th. day of April 1932, Mrs. W. E. German and Missts Car- being the first Tuesday in said month, rie and Loi.s German were IIix at the Court House door in Caldwell, visitors last week. ; Burleson County, Texas sell at public Mr. and Mrs. Heber said Court, styled The Caldwell NCE North 28 degrees West National Farm Loan Association ver- 879 varas to the Southwest corner sus J. E. Stubbs et ux et al and placed of the J. J. Holubec 100 acre tract; in my hands f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 March 1932

THK CALDWELL NEWS .MA 89 Henry Ford Starrts the Industrial Revival By Caleb Johnson It is too soon to predict how the, them at this figure they must be business and industrial world will re-; bought in tremendous volume. So spond to Henry Ford's declaration mammoth an intake of goods requires that he is about to risk everything he has in the effort to put as many men as possible back to useful work at once, but unless I am all wrong, the effect of the starting up of the PRAIRIEDALE colossal production to consume. Such huge purchasing and nroduction de- mand staggering sums. . Mr. Ford's schedules are elastic and ^ a,nd ITMe3srB; G"8 Albr.ght and Misses Katherine and Estelle Wha capable of large expansion. If a , _ Ford plant on a full-time maximum strong market develops, and men sup- 1,umay Jimmie Hix motored to the Brazos turning point in the industrial situa- tion. I am not interested in advertising Mr. Ford's cars, but I am greatly in- terested in the man himself. That is product...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 March 1932

lüllUlP&T, MARCH It. IMS TU CALDWELL NBWB the Right Route! The rich can spend money and last quite a while, Can live in great splendor and put on the style; But lfce rich have license to live rather high, While those without means had better not try. So U you are trying to live like the rich, And you are not able, then you better switch tó the manner of living your income will bear. TUo^^Slft mimic the rich never get anywhere. The Nflrst State Bank in Caldwell has found beyond cloubt live too high you take the wrong route. (C«pr. 182S Mia Brown lluattr) State Bank in Caldwell SSIF1ED . ADS CULTIVATOttS FOR SALE—See fid Priebe, Route 3, Caldwell, Texas. (3-10-p) FOR SALE —Mules, horses, wagons, farm implements. 'Cash or part t^rms. Sec us before you buy. Will take cattle as part payment. Cade Auto Company. (tf-adv.) SUNDAY SCHOOL , LESSON ^REV SAMUEL D. PRICE D.D. FOR SALE—Three aged Hereford bulls subject to registration. One registered yearling Hereford bull. Five good grade ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 17 March 1932

And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 4, Not 12. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1932. Judge J. B. Price Of Bastrop Asks To Be Re-elected Is a Formidable Contestant For The District Office He Now Holds Judge J. B. Price, District Judge of this district for the past seven or more years is an avowed candidate for the office he now holds to suc- ceed himself another four years. Judge Price authorized the News to issue his announcement this week. He is well known to the citizens of this county and throughout the 21st, Judicial District where he has made numerous friends and has staunch supporters. He is a resident of Bastrop, Bastrop County, where he has lived for a long number of years and served his county as county judge, and later as district judge. He is an experienced jurist, is a gentleman of unquestionable charac- ter and is held in high esteem by ...

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