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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 April 1932

T. APBIL St. IMS. THB CALDWELL NEWS MAN MADEMTOWM ^PUBYM.AYPES fá. SIXTH INSTALMENT At twenty-two the only thing Diana wily desired was another woman's has band. A nervous wreck from the •aeltament and strain of London's gay Ufa. she is taken by her aunt, Mrs. dadwyn, to a famous specialist's of- fice. The physician orders her to the country for a long rest. She rebels, bat the doctor is handsome and sym- pathetic. She learns that he is not the gnat man himself but an assist- ant, Dr. Rathbone. "God made the country and man made the town," he tolls her, and she agrees to go to a rural retreat Before she leaves she goes to Dennis Waterman's flat, where they are surprised by Linda, Dennis's wife, who takes the situation quite calmly. "I suppose she wants you to marry her?'r she asks Dennis. At the night club where she goes with Dennis, Diana collapses. She consciousness in a little country cottage, with a nurse, Miss Sterling, bending over her. Dr. Rath- hone's home was close by, Miss...

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 — 21 April 1932

TU CALDWSLL NKW8 Brady Municipal Light Plant Makes Substantial Reduction In Electric Rates Effective April 1 As a fitting culmination to twenty ties furnish free service which if years' successful operation, the Brady uiunicipal utilities have announced a substantial reduction in the light and power rates to be effective April 1. paid for-at prevailing rates would cost at least $5,000 a year. It is estimated that the street lighting service alone would cost in the neighborhood of higher than la several years. McClung attributes this to favorable weather conditions last year, in which no early froat occurred. The new rate schedule assures Brady $4,000 if purchased from a private citizens of the lowest rates in that utility. Brady has more fire hydrants section of Texas, and possibly of the' than the average city of similar size. Southwest, in cities of comparable ¡ The electric plant now has a total size. I horsepower capacity of 1,160. The The new rates were worked out generating eq...

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 — 21 April 1932

. APRIL SI. lilt THE CALDWELL NEWS THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. E. CROMARTIE, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under est oí Congress, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. 1 Year: In County $1.50; Out of County $2.00 Advertising i Rates, per inch. Bandars, per line 26c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head tnied by tip cash payment personally guaranteed by the such notieee upon presentation of statement. This p paper per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. Encouragement for the Farmer The most encouraging sign of the times we have seen, so far as the farmer is concerned, is the estimate of the U. S. Department of Agricul- about conditions years ago. Think about those who pioneered, who had to fight, make livings, build homes and build a state all at the same time with m...

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 — 21 April 1932

!".'V THE CALDWELL NEWS Woman's Club Of This City Held Meeting Tuesday The Woman's Club met on Tuesday afternoon at the club room with Mrs. T. E. Jackson, President, presiding. Fourteen members were present. In- as-much-as Mrs. I. E. Brooks was the first president of the Woman's Club 1912-1913, the club voted to place her name on the honorary membership list. Mr. T. H. Brewer who has always *• taken a decided interest in the up- keep of the club building, was given a rising vote of thanks for his voluntary offer to make some repairs. Mrs. T. E. Jackson, delegate to the fourth district meeting held in Waco last week, and Mrs. W. G. Clarke, alternate, gave interesting reports on • the high spots of the convention. Mrs. H. I). Cherry and Mrs. Henry Womble were guests of the Hearne Shakespeare Club last week. Thoy reported that the Hearne Club has invited the Caldwell Woman's Club to he their guests on the first meeting in October. The invitation was accept- ed. The subject of the progr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 April 1932

n. T8B CALDWELL NEWS THE T OF GOVERNMENT T10N MUST BE CUT • Radio Address by CoL Robert R. McConaick. Editor and PubUaher of The Chicago Tribune Before the war our public expendi- we stop accumulations at this time, no more industries may grow to take up the slack of unemployment and to pay the cost of government. A no less vital factor is the repay- tures were $3,000,000,000 per year, in- ment Qf debts. The existence of banks, eluding atate and local governments. ancj hence the existence of bank de- Five years after the war they were po8¡tür8> depends upon the ability of $10,263)000,000. , Before the war our debtors to pay. To the non-produc- nationaLfcidel'te:dnes.s, including states theorist on the outside, perhaps and coaStM, was $4.860,000,000 while a Btrictly Hmited return on capital five yeaVs after the War it had risen may seem sufficient and all that is to $81,000,000,000. morally justified, but for the borrow- How to account for this phenome- er^ a return sufficient to ...

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 — 21 April 1932

TU CALDWBU. NIWI üí m • • THIS V I/EEK IN . . . 1 " ASHINGTON WASHINGTON, D. C., April 20. we will have to take care of our own (Autocaster).—The impartial obuer- liberty bond interest and principal ver in Washington today i seeing payments out of taxes. For that rea- sonie strange sights. The strangest «on, we can look forward to a big of all is to see Republicans and Demo- government refunding operation crats repeatedly sinking their parti- whenever general economic conditions san differences and actually working get back to normal. Whatever party together for the public welfare. may be in power when the next batch Of course, each side is looking for of liberty bonds come due, will have political advantage. Leaders of both to issue new bonds to replace the old, parties are going to claim credit for' instead of paying them off in cash, whatever may be accomplished in the I deed, there are some people here reduction of the cost r f government. I who Ihink part of our present troub e...

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 — 21 April 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS Fate In the Stars —but Dollars In the Bank Fortunrn are not no much indicated in card , stars or palm* aa in one's ability to save in ail things especially a reasonable part of earnings. Financial freedom becomc.s real in a short time one determines to regularly save even a dollar at a time. First State Bank in Caldwell C LASSIFIED • . ADS Thursday Night Club Delightfully Enter tained POR SALE or TRADE for other cattle several Jersey cows with calves. C. H. Barnctt. (5-4-c). FOR BALE—Riding cultivator, cheap. Also planting cotton seed. See G. A. Wolman, Caldwell, Texas. (tf-c) FOR SALE CHEAP—Two registered Hereford bulls 5 and 6 years old, Burleson County and used to ticks. Several 9 to 14 months at home not nsed to ticks. A. S. Whitener, Burton, Texaa. (4-14-32) FOR SALE—Certified Porto Rico Potato Slips $1 per .1000 delivered. C. H. McCture, Pittsburg, Texas. (5-25-c) MULE STRAVED—A mare mule. Brownish bay. Medium size. 9 old. Branded on left hip F. Notify J. M. ...

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 — 28 April 1932

THE And The Burleson County Ledger mmmm A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 4, No. 18. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1932. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vot 47, New C. RURAL SCHOOLS 10 HOLD GRADUATION EXERCISES' EDITOR'S ^ COLUMN ^ QFFICIALS OF THE local school band reported one of the most en- joyable and beneficiul trips that it has yet made—the trip to Waxahachie when it entered the East Texas Regional Band Contest and competed with other bands for special honors last week. * * * « 'pHOSE IN CHARGE said they were never treated more royally than by Waxahachie citizens. They were extended every consideration, every courtesy, were provided lovely ac- commodations, were provided con- veyances and were entertained royally socially. • • * • 'J'HE TRIP was thoroughly enjoyed going and coming, and while in Waxahachie. Loud praise was generally uttered in behalf of the host city and others, in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 April 1932

THURSDAY, APRIL tt. IMS THE CALDWELL NEWS ■ ... 4- ^RUBYM.AYPES * ' it? Ten, if you count going back, you're so safe. You're like a strong At twenty-two the only thing Diana I suppose. . . . Oh, are going to learn harbour to which—anything weak— (•ally desired was another woman's self-reliance?" he asked whimsically.' like me—can go and be safe." husband. A nérveas wreck from the "Self-reliance?" | She smiled at him with a very •Mitement and «••.ain of London's gay ..j mean he explained, "that it sweet smile. ltfe, she is tok*" ^ her■aunt, Mrs. doean>t do lean too hard on other j "That's a very . . . dangerous flee. *The physician orders her to the Pe°P,e: there's such a danger of be- thing to say to me, Diana." country for a long rest. She rebels, 'nf? down." | ''Dangerous ! ... . little1 "Hasn't it ever occurred to you i that I am only just a very ordinary man but the doctor is handsome and sym- Diana shook her head, a pathetic. She learns that he is not wavering smile on her l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 April 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS ♦ * WHY NOT BUILD A SHIP CANAL ACROSS FLORIDA PENINSULA =L By CALEB JOHNSON Engineers of the United States Government have begun to make a survey for a route for a deepwater canal across the State of Florida. On their report will depend whether or not this great engineering enterprise, which will employ thousands of work- ers and reduce the distance between all Gulf of Mexico ports and the Atlantic seaboard, will be undertaken. It is an interesting proposition, any way you look at it. If you will look at a map of the United States you will see that Florida is a peninsula extending about 500 miles south be- tween the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. If you draw an east and west line through the mouth of the Suwannee River you will find that most of the principal ports in the Gulf of Mexico and all of the principal ports on the Atlantic seaboard and in Europe are north of such a line. Therefore, a ship lenving New Orleans or any of the Gulf ports is making a de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 April 1932

nunoAY, April at, ims THB CALDWELL NBW8 THE CALDWELL NEWS Ai>4 Tht Burleson County Ledfter ' C. K. CttOM ARTIE. Editor and Publisher Entered at second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under •f Concrees, Jtarch 8, 1879. Poblished weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledfter, er Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. Subscription I Year: In County >1.80; Out of County >2.00 Adver&hig Rates, per inch ■ per line Anything that work that fast is most surely dangerous. Just imagine a factory turning out suits of clothes—all the same sise and length and color—and urging our people to buy them,—but it would not be dangerous like medicine. o —10c -¡-r It • a LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notlees carried under thil head longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of _its par. line of 8 point type will be charged for the first inserv.on and its per line for ea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 April 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL , • Local Cemetery Is Without Head To Direct Work Officials' Terms Have Expired And No Meeting Has Been Held to Elect 1 He'. Really 'Wet' Former Officiate Su Something Should Be Done To Cart y Work Forward Interest of a general nature in jthe management ana upkeep of our city's two cemeteries seems to be consider- ably on the wane from a report given the News Tuesday by F. H. Hitch- cock, past president of the local cemetery association, whose term of office has expired and who stated that he is no longer president, and is not serving. According to his statement Tuesday, the cemetery association which has continuously kept the city's two cemeteries up for years, are without a duly authorized active head to manage ..no cemeteries and attend to their upkeep. He is deeply concerned about the matter and handed the fol- lowing statement to the News for publication: "Efforts to hold a masa meet- ing to discuss the care of the cemeteries have been unsucces...

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 — 28 April 1932

J AI«1L , IMS THE CALDWELL NBWS this v i/eek in . . . ™ ashington WASHINGTON, D. C. April 27. (Autocaator). There in increasing en- couragement for he belief that before this Fujaifn oí Congress adjourns there will hp an actual material re- duction in the expense* of the Federal government. Whether it will be pre- ciselr along the 'lines proposed by the Predbent, or whether his political opponents in Congress will succeed in putting over some other method of etdnomy for which they can claim party credit, is still uncertain. It will make very little difference to the average taxpayer who gets the political credit for reducing expenses. The One sure thing is that every meipber of both Houses is being literally deluged with letters and telegrams from constituents demand- ing! radical economies in government expenditures. Untoer the President's program, in- stead of a horizontal cut in govern- ment salaries and wages, he would keep aty the present employees on the payroll^ but those on ...

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 — 28 April 1932

THB CALDWELL NEWS THUMDAY. APRIL M, IMS • • « • * Miss Orrlen Z. Conard of Calhoun County, Iowa, wrote a story of her «even years in 4-H club work. It won her an agricultural college scholarship worth $500! "I had started when seven years old baking simple things like custards and graham gems, but never experienced any joy like that when I baked my first whole wheat bread," she relates. She had followed the club rules learn- ed at the 4-H meetings, she pointed out. "The charm of competition caused me to mix bread in the evenings after a day's school touching and rise early the next morning to bake the bread before leaving for school," she con- tinues. It was all to win a Hack of whole wheat flour and the honor of being the first to complete five bak- ings of whole wheat cereal yeast bread in her club. Orrine baked in 1031 a total of 2,130 articles, saving $2(5.79. She also planned and prepared 2F 4 meals for 1,270 people. In 1930 this ambitious, happy canned 217 pints of food at a s...

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 — 28 April 1932

Ti AMUL M. Iftt TU CALDWELL NBW8 Fate In the Stars --but Dollars In the Bank Fortunes are not o much indicated in card*, «tars or palms as la on*'* ability to save in all thing* especially a reasonable part of earning*. Financial freedom becomes real in a abort time vbN one determines to regularly save even a dollar at a time. First State Bank In Caldwell LÁSS1FIED . . . ADS FOR TRAUK -Steer yearlings and twos for .heifer yearlings and young cows. Cadp! Ajuto Company (5-H-c) FOR SALE or TRADE for other cattle several Jersey cows with calves. C. R. Harnett. <6-4-c). FOR SALE—Certified Porto Rico Potato Slips $1 per 1000 delivered. C. H. McClure, Pittsburg, Texas. (6-26-c) MULE STRAYED—A mare mule.! Brownish bay. Medium size. 9 old. j Branded -on left hip F. Notify J. M Fagan. STEADY WORK — GOOD PAY i RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on fanners in Burleson County. No i experience or capital needed. Write j today. McNESS CO.. Dept. S, Free-; port, Ill&lois. (4-28-p) SALESMAN WANTED —...

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 — 5 May 1932

</ «\íy if) 4 v And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol 4, N& 19. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1932. COLUMN LOCAL CONDITIONS look a little up thia week. The county received a good rain and crop prospecta have been enchanced wonderfully. Nature is working wondera ao far thia year. The woods, the meadows and fields are getting to be real pictures. Spring today is really an enjoyable seaaon. • • • rpHE FINANCIAL and business pic- ture today is somewhat the re- verse. The long hoped for reaction i. . both, from a downward trend, has failed to come to pass. The reverae has been the case the past month or six weeks. Securities have declined further. Cotton prices have followed suit. To the majority, the trend is discouraging and disheartening. It is to us, but the lower they drop the stronger our upper lip becomes, the more we grit our teeth, and the mor...

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 — 5 May 1932

T. MAT I. IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS 4 RUBY M. ATOES EIGHTH INSTALMENT Diana, in love with a married man, Waterman, has a nervous as a result of the gay life of London society. Her aunt, Mrs. Gladwyn, takes her to a doctor, who orders her to the country for a rest. Dr. Bathbone has a country home nearby. Dennis calls at the cottage, then goes away for a long trip. He ites from America that he is there th Linda, his wife. Diana finds herself becoming more and more in- terested in Dr. Rathbone, and questions her nurse, Miss Starling, about him. She also questions Jonas, • farm boy of the neighborhood, about a woman who lives in Dr. Rathbone's house. Her name is Rosalie. Then he was gone. CHAPTER XIII self." "But you don't think I deserve it, Danniss Waterman, has a nervous or that I shall get it?" she burst out tffllipif as « result of the gay life passionately. "And you don't care, During the next week quite a lot either, in spite of what you said when happened. I was ill. You treat me l...

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 — 5 May 1932

TBI CALDWELL NEWS "■in Business Failures For District Show Decline In March DALLAS, Texas, May 4. (UP)— Further substantial decline in the number and liabilities of commercial failures in March was noted today in the monthly business review of thai Federal Reserve Bankof Dallas, and the report said progress was being | made by businesses and individúala in adjusting themselves to the chang- ed conditions. The report, while saying business and industrial activity in the district during the past month was unsatis- factory, pointed towards several en- couraging factors. Briefly, these are: Wholesale distribution showed an increase which was slightly more than usual. Only one hank has closed its doors in the district since February 19, and several have opened. BuildinK permits issued at prin- cipal cities during March reflected a gain of 116 per cent over February and 3 per cent as compared with March, 1031. Production and shipments of cement, while not comparable to March last year, wa...

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 — 5 May 1932

THUBSDAY, MAT i. IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS THE CALPWÍJLL NEWS And TV JMnmi Cáinty Ledger , fC. E {pROMAETlE. Editor and Publish#* Entered m Mcond f'y matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under Mt of Congress, March 8, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell rfews and Burleson County Ledger, Street, Caldwell, Texas. the lowest for any three year period for 30 years. Average annusl production of corn Average U, 8 Farm price Decomber 1 Subscription In County - —fLM; Out qf. County j2t09 Rates, per line 25c ,10c pacing such notices upon presfeotation of statement. This ps head the . .... paper bo longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are aettled up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 cents pet line Of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and S cents per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. Business on the whole is quiet right bow, but folks, we are going to run out of the slough of ...

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 — 5 May 1932

TOE CALDWELL NEWS 4-H Chib Work In County This Year Gains Impetus Rural Club Boya and Girls Being Taught Sound Agricultural Principle* The second year of 4-H Club wo^K, in Burleson County shows wonderful* gains in' club memberships and /in- dividual and community interest *fcod from all accents Jias gained consider able talpatulR'Over last >«• . .2 . The membership has increased from 150 to 174, and the number of demon- strations being conducted number 1Ü5. The demonstrations or experiments this year are more varied than the past year, proving added intuit and initiative. The demonstrations com- prise all kinds of of field cropfe, such as corn, cotton, sweet potatoes and grain sorghums, also livestock pro- jects, such as pigs, beef calves, sheep, chickens, turkeys, rabbits and ducks, A project of considerable' interest is a new demonstration of cane<plant- ed for the manufacture of syrup. One acre of cane planted will be made into syrup to determine cost and probable profit. Q...

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