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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 June 1932

TBI CALDWELL WWJW Trying Out the Sates Tax By CALEB J0HN80N 1 think it is as certain as anything in the future can be that eventually the UAed States will adopt a general Mdea a* a mean# of raising national revenue. 'I am sure that will come abéut'as noon as the majority of people understand exactly what is meant by 'a! salen tax, and when they have had an opportunity to observe the operation of the sales tax in the state of Mississippi. Mississippi has gone boldly ahead and adopted a sales tax, which went into effect on the first day of May this year. After a month's experience everybody in Mississippi—at least favor of the sales tax. The best argument of all in favor of the sales tax which is automatically distributed among the people in pre- cise proportion to their ability to pay it. If there were a sales tax of two percent, let us say, on every article of commerce, then the man who spends $500 a year would pay $10 in taxes, and the man who spends $5,000 would pay $100 in taxes,...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 June 1932

TU CALDWELL NBWS Jm EEK IN . . . ASHINGTON I . ■ nington, D. C. (Autocaster). tion fits. The Republicans are afraid ane 8.—With the political conven- ¡ that a third party would draw voters tions getting closer and closer, the i from its candidates, and the Demo- two big questions which everybody is | crats are equally afraid that a Prohj,- asking and nobody knows the answers • bition party with Borah at the head to are: i would steal a lot of ordinarily Demo- First, what is the Republican Na-! cratie states in the election. Senator tional Convention going to do about Borah undoubtedly knows this, and prohibition? Second, who are the Democrats go- ingto nominate for President? The first question is important, be- cause it is tV.e only question on which it would be surpriaing if he did not use that knowledge to exert a very strong influence in the framing of the Republican prohibition plank. It almost goes without saying that He Won't Run anybody can stir up any semblance of i the Dem...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 9 June 1932

I i IP BP V \ There's Plenty" PEOPLE NEVER GET ALL THEY WANT BUT Tif06B WHO DETERMINE ON ENOUGH FOR CQMFORT AND PROTECTION AGAINST TROUBLES THE WINDS OF CHANCE BLOW ALONG CAN GET IT BY REGULARLY SAVING A REASONABLE PART OF ALL EARNINGS. First Scate Bank in Caldwell Statagnd County Balote To Break Record For Length Namss Filed For State Offices Largest in History Present Indication Show By TQM MAHONEY United Prtas Staff Correspondent DALLAS, Texas, June 8. (UP)— With II candidates again Hated for gevemor and 86 aspirants for three Congress-et-L*rg<> . places, Texas Oamoemts aext'.impnth will nomiate candidates frotjn the< longest ballot in the history qf the parly in the state. jEvea l^iofid a dozen gf the candi- datos whose nantes have been filed Albert Sidney Johnson, aaecutive coihjqitte secretary, fail to van, the number of names on . the ballot still will be more than the record SO of 1939. Candidates for governor are: Governor Ross Sterling, Houston; Mrs. Miriam A. Fer...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

' \ * : swli* ' .**3 >/ SIM M wPHw" pljfep And The Burle* County Ledger _ | r 1 WmÉÉk A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson Comity. The Caldwell Newt, VoL S, Na . CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE lft, IMS EDITOR'S " COLUMN U ffHE NATIONAL political party conventions commenced this week to nominate candidates for the presi- dency and vice-presidency. Tuesday the republicans convened in Chicago for its quadrenial session and the last week in this month the demo- crats will hold their political pow- wow for the same purpose. * • • • POLITICS IN GENERAL have be- gun to warm up and before the elections are over lots of interesting things politically are likely to trans- pire. We are thinking of the broad statements that will likely be made on both sides of the fence to base claims to win control of the national government the next four years. * * * e LISTENING IN ON THE republican convention now in session, it is interest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

w i í. i mi Mí PfÉl &/RUBYM.AYRES «PE INSTALMENT girl, in lov® married cgQuM to recupera- Dr. Donald tfea cottage herself Dennif accept it; fall compelled to marry *s in 1 | I I deeply H love with to kin1 that Hid Ktth from back to eee her. She dia- I# all tíirouch with Back in MMa Water r years to be HOW qp <rn wm TH® story— p idly r, her idly watching the ' thoughts far that name . and her as whke as her gown. ... no .. .no ..Her heart oat iát passionate protest even eyes met Rathboné's room. Hid heed afraid that she to forget him! his big, pow* h she had once in sttch perfect happiness if His crave steady eyes, that looked at if it r? Be did not smile now, though a aerees his sombre befóre he turned to greet his an eternity to Diana be- began to make his way to her: He to know a great many people, m*ny of whom «topped to engage him i «oqversa- beside her now, but no attempt to take her hand, i did not offer it. r, Miss Gladwyn." eyes that were in- they fought WAVE - so har...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

.im ■ ' ' r ■ Brown Love iedMay26In Brookhaven, Miss. Ths following Is an excerpt from aa article in the Lincoln County Times, Brookhnven, Miss., May 26:— The home of Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Winfield on West Cherokee street was the scene of s very beautiful •vent this afternoon at four o'clock when the lovely daughter of the home, Miss Ruth Preston Winfield, was united in marriage to Joe Brown Love, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Love of Chriesman, Texas. Preceding the ceremony a very beautiful program from the masters, featuring the works of Chopin and Kreisler, was rendered by Miss Ger- trude Mutton, pianist, and Jay W. McGrath, violinist. Miss Mutton also played softly during the saying of the vows Schumann's "Bird as Prophet". The bridal party descended the broad stairway ending in the hall, being preceded by little Miss Prances Freiler, as usher. Following the usher, came Mis> Margaret Dunkle, of Whiteworth faculty, and Miss La Nelle Love, sister of the groom, as bridesmaids. Mrs. W. M. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

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Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

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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 — 16 June 1932

. i «fe . K í ■ NEWS TÜ Burleson County ltd|tr C. E. CROM ARTIE. Editor u4 Publisher _ M soeond class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under aetof cess, March 8, 1879 weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Caldwell, Texas. In County 91.K0; Out of County $2.00 Rates, per per line ... ..86c 10c /ADVERTISING «ompanied by tl G—'Hereafte&all notices carried under this head the cash paymnt personally guaranteed by the iuch notices upon presentation of statement. This (iaper " ir pplflication such matter and wait until estates are ly adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of . e « 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. Nature Doesn't Change Wq hear a good many people re- marking that the younger generation a, that the boys and iy,are rapidly sliding down áítd that things were so sr when these complaining themselves were young, seem to remember having heard Old foKs. talk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

THIS \1/EEK IN VV ash • • ASHINGTON WASHINGTON, D. C., (Autocaster) year for political effect, like a great June 15.—If there was any queation J many of the rest of the things done left in anybody's mind that both the by this Congress. Republican and Democratic National Conventions would declare for the submission to the people of a Con- stitutional amendment repealing pro- A lot of the things that special in- terests were demanding of Congress, some of which might have got through hibition, that doubt was swept away íf u had not been for the political when the foremost and most influen- conventions breaking up the session, tial backer at the prohibition move- ment came out with a declaration in favor of repeal. John D. Rockefeller, Jr#, who, with will come up' again when Congress meetB next winter. Some of them will die in the meantime, but there are some proposals which will make head sometimes been greater than that Now he has ten days after adjourn- ment to make up his mind, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 16 June 1932

W' m m m There's Plenty - - )PLE NEVER GET ALL THEY WANT BUT WHO DETERMINE ON ENOUGH FOR falFORT AND PROTECTION AGAINST TROUBLES THE WINDS OF CHANCE BLOW ALONG CAN GET IT BY REGULARLY SAVING A JIB ABONABLE PART OF ALL EARNINGS. State Bank in Caldwell Law . ¿What a~4-H club girl can do in can- atng projects is shown in the case of an Oklahoma girl. She is Pearl White Of Grady county, and in her fifth year | .* in food preservation she put up 586 " containers of garden and other prod ,.nets. In her five years of club canning •) v,work ahe put up 1941 containers. Most ' sf these were quart jars. Like thousands of other girls in 4-H ■ f work Pearl (iyed on a farm, and want- ed to find some way to employ her ^ dime and talents to some useful pur- pose. iBo* she'joined a local club of 16 girls and took on a canning project. T'he first year she worked hard and hád «0'quarts of fruit and other food, a jafs of pickles and some jellies. Next year she doubled this. The third year she mo^e than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 23 June 1932

WmÚ WS: > f- ■ - * " W s <& NmÉ| J l( « Caldwell Ntn, VeL I, N* 20. CALDWELL, BURLESON COÜMTf, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 23, 1932. <" a-d—ow. . . - fflli ' . !■'■ " 1 . i. W *TS1M"' •; 'vüs XOfl Governments, like, ways have to pay the penalty et ex* travagance. There is no eseape known to man, as wise as some men are. The two cent tax placed on certain hank checks effective last Tuesday is tone of the many sources of revenue Con- gress devised to help balance the National budget during the next two or three years. It is one of the new taxes thousands upon thousands will be required to pay. * * • Depositors of banking institutions should not become too deeply conasrn- ed about the tax, because it is not M severe as we might suppose. It will not place the expense on depositors that it might seem. Depositors can continue to draw their money out of the banks without the expense of the tax, by going to their bank and dtaw- ing their money over the counter themselves. There will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 23 June 1932

NI CALDWELL NEWS § •' fc' í-i■■. £?• &V i' SR m m ÍMÉ ■* * RUBY M.AYRES mtmm have takea som If. turned her face away and wept, and ib wouldn't have believed it had the been told that her team were not «o much for herself or for Diana a for the broken-hearted look the had suddenly surprised in Donald Rathbone's eye*. CHAPTER XXIV Diana was so used to dreams. Nearly every night lately, half awake with a married man, a, is seat to the coun- try to recover her health. She falls ^X£ü2rr."S23¡s¡ •saatic. Torn between two loves, r-Suán: i so he can marry D refuses to accept hie freedom, sends him away. Rathbone see only a hopeless futiire ae km* as RoeaHo lives. Then Rosalie, who had gone for a stroll in the dm not return. What has to her? MOW GO ON WITH THE STORY— Unices the fog'lifted it might mean out all night in the cold and running over with gold " ¡to go at once for Dr. Raihbone-IH Diana would bo happy again if he give him the address." left Miss R^elit to die. | She had made a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 23 June 1932

ASHINGTON WASHINGTON, D. C. (Autocaster) ^une 22.—Probably what the average •tan wants to know most about what Congress has already completed is: How does it affect me individually? Well, the new tax bill affect* every- body. In theory, some of the manu- facturers' taxes are supposed to be absoibe^b/^M trade, fcpt in practice, 4 all taxes are passed on to the ultimate consumer. There is a tax on soft prinks, for example, and the consumar is going to pay it whenever he buys even a bottle of soda pop, perhaps not by paying more, but maybe by getting less for his nickel. Every time anybody buys a watch or a piece of jewelry or any kind of sporting goods, he is going to pay more for them. Those taxes and many of the others are effective as of June 21st of this year. The average citisen is going to pay some of them in his monthly elec- tric light bill, which will carry a 8 percent tax. On every long distance telephone message costing more than fifty cents he will pay ten cents or more, a...

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 — 23 June 1932

(WELL NBW8 Caldwell, 8, 1879. , under weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, ■■Mi **•*, Caldwell, Tsaaa. 1 Year: la County ..$1.80; Out of County .82.00 .10c all notices carried under this head ly guaranteed by the statement. Thta pape wait «ntU estaies are _ . regular legal rate of Int type will be charged for the first insertion and Ujttq for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. «WB? Dlft IT So say the republicans. "We, killed a bear after it was en tieea tarto a snare. We laid the foundation to save the nation follow- coadttions years of the worst ecoaomk' merce between this country and the the country ever before experienced, when more than MOO,000 wiUiag workers were thrown out ét when there were move faUures and commercial faltares ¿in the history of the nation; the prices of the products j f fknnf, factories and mines tumbled the lowest in more than eighty year , whan th*y wip more fear and anxiety and distress and lost confidence than the cou...

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 — 23 June 1932

• Methodist Ufes Entertain — In June time of to«es, Our program propose*, That the Mssionary women entertain; Bo benr our invitation, Women «f the eongn Gome, be the weather shine or rain. Day was observed by o* the dialofue, "Who Will Drink . Mr m given. _ The W. C. T. U. offers total sb- unttt a ««Mr A motion was carried to in paper gives a pleasing write afterao*^ Guest W. M 8. Monday response to the above in Sunday School assembly sAy' been MMB setting for the ptogramme, ciple feature of which was skit, which had been dii P. Lb Woodward and Hatsler. The cast was as follows: Itete President, Mrs. Claude De Van up of the tea given in honor of Mrs. Watts of Austin to address the clti- seas of .Cadwell at an early date. In |)w event there will be a called ses- otherwise, the next regular meet- will be on August 9th, 4 p. m. Mrs. Mae Bell. by Mi — • - ' r-lfeL- "Modernising Young Mf*. Patton* Mrs. Tom Patton, Sr., XÍ' in-law who understands, Hitfehcock. Mrs. Tom Patton, Jr., A daught...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 23 June 1932

mCAUWiuJpN Z3— IBES: THEIR USES AND VALUES (By JR.- B. WARD. Saperiatendent of Utilities Georgetown) I Scene in Bonus Camp «t Washington T I .HI. L HllVf understand by ■.ssrss:::¡sasxsss.: the franchise that it is the gr.ant of a right or privilege by the state,, or oh at oulwi* visions,. tp a.,person ■poration authorising the use of for some purpose not l^ai. For the purposes of as there is no state or national regu- latory body to which it can appeal, it takes what the utility gives; its ser- vice will be high line, the employees of the company will, in the main, live month. This service is a valuable asset to any city, and it is paid for with the money that comes from utility rates, and not from taxation. These rates, taking the three utili- in the larger cities and the small ties together, all necessary for a citiy's benefit from a payroll will be i safe, comfortable and economically the term is applied to I nominal. Bills will be regularly col- operated home, will be leas in th...

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 — 23 June 1932

M I m « « SANGO, TEXAS, SUCCESSFULLY OPERATES OWN ELECTRIC UGHT WATER AND SEWER SYSTEMS Ü "Home Was Never Like This," Say Pets On Queen of Cabin Boats Profits fraa Utllltte* RU Small City In Offsetting Slow Tax Collectiona Since 1928 the City of Sanger has proven the ability of small eitiea to . successfully operate utilities. Sanger owns i ta electric light and power Pit, water works and aewer system boast* one of the best small town ; plants in this seetion. From the stand- /point of service and rates, the muni* cipal utilities of Sanger are a great «¿vantage to the citiaras and in addi- tion profits from the utilities carry a major part of the coat operating the city government. Revenues of the three utilities for the fiscal year ending March SI, 1982 amounted to $8,216.23 more than the /cost of operation, exclusive of pay- ments amounting to more than $2,- 000 to the city's general fund, which brings the profits for the year to more than $10,000, the annual state- ment shows. In...

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 — 23 June 1932

A 'fcí 2SWí"!í L ;•#■■■ *- — ' ■. • / ' Very 11 '/AW; m GET AIX THEY WANT BUT ON ENOUGH FOE AND PROTECTION AGAINST THE WINDS OF CHANCE BLOW GET IT'BY REGULARLY SAVING TABLE .PART OF ALL EARNINGS. . i ' ■" -- 'M .. . *■ Bank in Caldwell Agriculture •tint Fund net Lois Newcomb ltft Wednes- day to visit relatives in Dallas. Justice % 1927 IMS Inervase « 1(9,800,000 9 998,600,000 119 k4my. jt-'jn • • mare mate, K ium sise. 9 - old. F. Mdse. J. M. ■ r . (tfc) JOB 8fLE rr Peautiful black and white pimy 4 years, large enough for M« boy- J. C Martin, Cameron, Texas. . -(6-2á-c) 11 i ' ,— •—~f 8TBADV - WORK—GOOD PAY | RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call! on fanners in.Burleson County. No experience or capital needed Write! today. JfcNESS CO., Dept. S, Free-j port, Illinois. I OLD TIME DANCE O. D. H. S. HALL Deanville, Texas Saturday Night, Jane 25, 1982 Music by IKE'S ORCHESTRA Don't Miss This Mix-up I ABSTRACTS Reliable and Complete, and Up* to-date. Ownership Maps Wondrash Abstract & Realty Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

* mi - ; And The Burleson County Ledger Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. -il' }'■ —— - OTfll The Caldwell News, Val. B, Ne, 28. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1932. Burlesaa Co. Ledger, Vol 47, M* ML ; * ff PLANS RED DRAWNJOR HIGHWAY 21 EDITOR'S ^ COLUMN ^ fHE first six months of 1932 have passed into history. They were the worst six months in a fi* nancial and commercial way the county hes experienced since the summer of 1925. In a crop starting way, they have been possibly the best in the history of the county, denoting two extremes, one adverse and one favorable. Wo have now entered into the last lap of the year. What the final outcome will be at the end of the year of course remains to be seen. No one knows. • * * « WE VIEW the situation about all there is for any one to ,do under the circumstance is to remain as calm us possible und as steadfast in purpose as his position will permit. We should remember th...

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