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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 11 August 1932

THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. IMS THE CALDWELL NEWS FELIX RIESENBtRG SIXTH INSTALMENT SYNOPSIS: Johnny Breen, 16 years oli* who has spent all his life aboard a Hudson river tugboat plying near New York, is tossed into the river by a terrific explosion which sinks the tug, drowns his mother and the man he called father. Ignorant, unschooled, and fear driven, he drags himself ashore, hides in the friendly darkness of a covered truck—only to be kicked •at at dawn—and into the midst of m tough gang of boys who beat and chase him. He escapes into a base- ment doorway where he hides. The wot day he is rescued and taken into the home of a Jewish family living in the rear of their second-hand cloth- ing store. He works in the sweat- ahop store—and is openly courted by Becka—the young daughter. . . .The acene shifts to the home of the wealthy Van Horns—on 5th Avenue, where lives the bachelor—Gilbert Van Horn—in whose life there is a hidden chapter. That chapter was an affair with his mother's maid, w...

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 — 11 August 1932

HIX Twenty-one boya and girls are feed- ing 36 baby beef calves in 4-H clubs in Muscatine county, Iowa. The re- port on gains for June and the first six months show veiy interesting re- sults. For instance, the calves made an average gain of fifty-nine and 'one-half pounds in June. They made an average gain for the six months on feed of 70 pounds. The drop in June from the average is normal, due to heat und flies. Muscatine county 4-H calves have made a fine showing on the scales and in the show ring, so their gams offer a chance for other members to check against. Some very high gains were made by members in June, two tieing at 100 pounds. Next best was 90 pounds, then 80 and all the way down to 20 for low. Ten of the number made an average of 75 pounds. This a two and one-half pounds a day. William Anderson, who made one of the 100 pound gain in June also heads in gain for the six months. ThL is 570 pounds or an average of 95. A girl, his sister. Lucy, made the other 100 pound gai...

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 — 11 August 1932

THURSDAY, AUGUST II. 1MI TBI CALDWELL NEWS the caldwell news And The Burleson County Ledger C. E. CROMARTIE. Hiitor ami Publisher Enterad u Mcond cImi matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under •at of Congress, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Echols Street, Caldwell, Texas. Subscription 1 Year: In County $1.50; Out of County $2.00 Advertising Rates, per Banders, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all fotices carried under this head it be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the attorney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper cm no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are aattled up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of It cants pe** line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and S cants per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. THE CLAN OF ROOSEVELT One of the most curious il...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 11 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS Speedboat Queen /VrinounceMtNTs Week-End Sale Lutheran Church CALDWELL I Mrs. J. A. Gray entertained the Forty-two Club on Friday afternoon with a delightful party. Red roses were especially attractive in bowls and baskets. The refreshment trays were also centered with these choice flowers. Refreshments consisting of two courses were enjoyed. The guests at the afternoon were: Mesdames W. M. Stone, J. Earl Portar, Maude Morgan, Adine Heslep, J. R. Hart- graves, Allen Bowers, I. E. Brooks and Miss Lois Brooks. Mrs. C. H. Moore was hostess to the Blue Bonnet Club last Thursday afternoon with a delightful forty-two party. Summer flowers were every where in evidence. Lovely center dec- orations of flowers gave a floral charm to the refreshment trays. The guests for the afternoon were: Mesdames T. L. Goodnight, M. Merchant, J. R. Woodson, H. P. Wood- son, H. H. Womble, W. C. Mills, M. F. Broaddus, T. B. Parkhill, R. F. Krenek, J. M. Hare, W. H. Gregg and C. E. Cromartic....

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 — 11 August 1932

>ivomr u, ins tbi caldwell niw8 1 THIS V I/EEK IN . . . .... \ y ASHINGTON WASHINGTON. D. C. (Autocaater) lia unimpaired. August 10.—With the dispersal of the "bonus army" Washington has; Of a great deal interest politically settled down again to its usual mid- is the question of what Governor summer calm. Everybody who can Roosevelt will do about Mayor Walk- do so gats out of Washington in August. That is not so much because Washington is any hotter than any other eity in the summer, but because anybody who lives in any city who could possibly get to the country in August does so. In place of the permanent inhabi- tants, composed mainly of govern- ment employees, August always sees a great influx of tourists from the rest of the United States. This year the number is not quite so large as usual, because apparently fewer peo- ple have the means to take extended vacation trips, but the hotel and motorists' camps along the river are er. The general belief among poli- ticians of bot...

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 — 11 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS BRIEF HISTORY OF COMPANY "E" NOW IN ANNUAL TRAINING Company MF," Huntsville; Company "G," Houston; Company "H," Somer- ville; 3rd Battalion Headquarter! Company, Itasca; Company "I," Bel- ton; Company "K," Waco; Company "L," Hillsboro; Company "M," Waco; Regimental Headquarters Company, <HKKHK, OH To the average citizen, local, State, outs and comfortable home. The past even the National Militia, means very year or two, it has had a better one, ^¡'TeryU^'clmiZiy, Houston;' little to h m. The organizations are where there is ample room for sup- Howitzer Company( Waco; Medical looked upon largely as play th.ngs, pl.es, offices and to drill in. 'Detachment, West, and Regimental something that are unnecessary, a| Captain Autrey is a most interest- Band> Houston. useless governmental expense. That ed commander. He devotes much of Major General John A. Hulen, kind of an idea has existed in the his time to the best interest of the Houston, is commanding officer the ...

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 — 11 August 1932

.It If I si wiy JHJU1 no ami hi ¡i !m rf ai Care-Free 0 0 0 _ in life when carefree are limitod. Child- _ of those periods, and rightfully so . . .an Hue all. Other periods of carefreeness seldom except through an individual's own planning mhd «miitóáfit work to that end. Relief from financial wbfties brfogs a sense of carefreeness which well repays «he ft#* the effort made to save and to have, as hundreds v v 11 tíepOftitors in our bank will testify. íUerttfH* ! Mo- t>¡ - ¡t i .il'upfi «I U ¡V, ♦ flTJtf (j JjUlli "til)J >l'< in Caldwell /lu- ll Funeral Services Held Tuesday For Views BuDish About Cotton 31'I i jlftl 4wta «.ml I"< J' oliwg illbltiO tíííTJ huí •.•iflWH;,,1 J i News For >0 fid&. oviiH ice crowH ¿V'fMks fWm oféi na town is" still" on ttye' „ .. ¡«Willi >p ccablc a* No disturbances since Uncle Thq band <cqnccft 111 Saturday • hi*hb < and % «i eauntjn aUandaá., U was another dfcr, Hjrfttfur *W k-ffld 'affair «ta the pubh I'xTi- m.'lin .(i , u....

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 August 1932

•4 $• THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger ] A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 5, No. 24. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1932. Burleson Co. Lodger, Vol, 47, No. EDITOR'S JL*J rnirrMM ^ Heads Home Loan Bank COLUMN •pHINüS HAVE BEEN a little quiet around about the past week, j The storm Sunday slowed up cotton picking and several of the merchants have been off to the markets buying fall goods, getting ready for some business a little later on. * * * ♦ LIKE NEARLY ALL SEASONS at this time of the year, it is quiet. With the approach of the election next week things will begin to liven up. Next month school begins. That will create greater activity. Then comea the heavy marketing season when picking becomes more general. The fair follows in October, then the holidays. * ♦ • ♦ yyE BELIEVE BY next month we Will nil commence to feel better all the way round. Cool weather w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 August 1932

THURSDAY. AUGUST 18. IMS THE CALDWELL NEWS j r|j ,|{ I"! K' THE CALDWELL, NEWS And fh« Burlfion C. E. CROMARTIE, Editor Publisher " —- .■ Entered as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under Ml of Congress, March 3,1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Echols Street, Caldwell, Texas. 3 a duty of 8 cents a pound on oleo nargarine and duties <>f 16 to 80 per •ent ad valorem ftn soaps. As usual, the tariff makers 'have protected the manufacturer with du^ieq on the man- ufactured products and free raw ma- terials from which to make them, and the cotton apd live stock producers have paid the bill. How long will the obsession of oppo- sition to all tariffs blind producers of our basic raw materials to the attri- tion they are offering and will con- tinue to suffer in a nation committed through all its history to the policy of tariff protection? There is but one LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head parct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 August 1932

THIS '< 5 117EEK - W A SH IN . . . ASHINGTON WASHINGTON, D. C., (Autocaster) August 17—Washington in the dog days has nothing to do but sit around and gossip. The gossip is always po- litical and mostly uninformed. As a matter of fact, practically none of the campaign activity of either party focuses in the national capital. The principal political headquarters of the Republicans are in Chicago, while the Democratic national committee will operate chiefly from New York. Neither party has as yet actually got under way. The Democrats have a running start on the Republicans. Officially, the Republican campaign did not begin until Mr. Hoover de- livered his speech of acceptance, on August 11th, the day after his fifty- eighth birthday. The Democrats start- ed shooting the minute their Chicago convention was over. ternational agreement on silver as a basis of money may be arrived at at the October conference. As Washington Bees it, one of the principal issues that will be stressed in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 August 1932

m cAtmnu raws FELIX RIESENBERG V V t SEVENTH INSTALMENT SYNOPSIS: Johnny Breen, 16 years old, who has spent all his life aboard a Hudson river tugboat plying near New York, is tossed into the river by a terrific explosion which sinks the tug, drowns his mother and the man he called father. Ignorant, unschooled, and fear driven, he drags himself ashore, hides in the friendly darkness of a covered truck—only to be kicked out at dawn—and into the midst of a tough gang of hoys who beat and chase him. He escapes into a base- ment doorway where he hides. The next day he is rescued and taken into the home of a Jewish family living in the rear of their second-hand cloth- ing store. He works in the sweat- shop store—and is openly courted by Becka—the young daughter. . . .The scene shifts to the home of the wealthy Van Horns—on 5th Avenue, where uves the bachelor—Gilbert Van Horn—in whose Hfe there is a hidden chapter. That chapter was an affair with his mother's maid, who left the house when...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS THURSDAY. y ■V I .ft % Miss Ann Evelyn Cobb of Dallas was honored with a bridge party giv- en by Misses Blanche and Zelda Heslep at their home, Tuesday even- ing. Refreshments of peach ice cream and cake were served to the following: Misses Ann Evelyn Cobb, Mildred Hill, Doris Haddox and Lois Brooks, and Messrs. Edis Oliver, Justin Hilliard, Holland Poller and Clint Lewis. Mrs. Mary Krenek Marek of this city was given a surprise birthday party August 8, by a number of her relatives and friends in honor of her 84th, birthday. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Deutsch, her grandson, was the Bcene of the delightful occasion, where Mrs. Marek found a large birth- day cake adorned with 84 candles and a variety of good eats on the dining room table, with refreshments to go with them which were enjoyed by all. A number of friends and relatives from Birch, Mrs. Marek's former home attended the birthday social. All of Mrs. Marek's children were present, namely: J. F. Krenek, Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 18 August 1932

It, IMS THE CALDWMjL NEWS 11 Hie periods in life when carefree are limited. Child- hood ie one of those periods, and rightfully so . . .an inheritance due all. Other periods of carefreeness seldom materialize, except through an individual's own planning and consistent work to that end. Relief from financial worries brings a sense of carefreeness which well repays one for the effort made to save and to have, as hundreds of depositors in our bank will testify. First State Bank in Caldwell C LASSIFIED . . ADS mother, Mrs. Chas. Collins for a visit with tho letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Runkle, Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Collins remained for an extended visit. FOR RENT—I can furnish rooms for two school girls for light housekeep- ing for next term. Mrs. Bettie Merrin. (8-25-c). | CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Mrs. W. Peters had her birthday Sunday, August 14th. Though the j storm-winds blew, a good many rela- tives and friends defied the elements and enjoyed the turkey dinner, lunch and supper. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 25 August 1932

■ W: And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 5, No. 25. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1932. Burleson Co. Ledger, VoL 47, Now COTTON PRICES ADVANCE IN VARIOUS MARKETS FDITOR'S ^ COLUMN ^ J^OTHING IS MORE cheering to the South than for the price of cotton to show u material advance. This is what has taken place in the past fortnight or two. * * * * EVERYWHERE smiles are replacing frowns. People are considerably pepped up. They are greatly stimu- lated and helped by the advancing price of their principle money crop. * * * j^ET THE GOOD work continue for the Lord only knows we all need the stiniulent, the financial benefit. . • rJpilERE IS STILL room for improve- ment. Fight cent cotton is much more preferable to four or five cent cotton, but it is not nearly enough. We can stand even more and have got to net it to rehabilitate the cot- tun producing sect...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 25 August 1932

THURSDAY. AUGUST 25, 1932. THE CALDWELL NEWS 'I Í I W. R.ELY, CHAIRMAN OF THE STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION, OUTLINES FERGUSON'S ERRORS AUSTIN, Texas, August 24. 1682.. "A detailed discussion of Mr. Fer- W. R. Ely, Chairman of the State' guson's erroneous computations fol- Highway Commission has again in lows: SSoLtejTme^aF.deFeÍLson's Te-¡ He U WronK by «17,837,074.09 in Hi* 1344.46 per mi|e, and which the records only $330 per mile per year as main- Statement of i-'ash to be Account- show have been built by the present tenance cost. During the fiscal year ed For. Such a comparison cannot possibly ubje.t t rininUiaiKV during the' t;ivi' ihe correct number of miles con- fi\u mid me-balf year i eviod l'rom -t meted. because no considi ration i# January 1, 1927, to June 80, i given to change of highways from one Mr. Ferguson figured maintename type to another, ami to mileage ah- costs on ;i,90tí miles leB.s than the ac-: sorbed by cities and towns in the ex- tual mileage to be maintained. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 25 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS THURSDAY i *1 U nDUa I § THIS WEEK IN VY ASH • • • ASH1NGT0N WASHINGTON, D. C., (Autocaater) The feeling that economic conditions generally are improving is growing in Washington, with a good deal of argument on both sides as to whether this is going to develop fast enough to be of political value. Of course there will be un effort to make capi- tal out of the national committees of the Federal Reserve districts which have been called upon by the Presi- dent to meet in Washington on August to map out a coordinated nation- wide program of action againBt the economic depression. That is to be followed 01 September 16th by an- other conference to consider means for the gtfleral introduction of the five day w*k in all branches of busi- ness and ndustry, and that will be followed ii/October by an intenation- al econono conference in London. What •'feet these conferences will have up< ¿economic conditions is one question frhat, effect they may have upon tl political s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 25 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS mm 51 the caldwell news And the Burleson County Ledger C. E. CROMARTTE, Editor and Publisher M second claw matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under 'March 3, 1870. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Street, Caldwell, Texas. Subscription 1 Year: In County $1.50; Out of County $2.00 t ie point where these pets seems likely «.o vie with the cat and the canary. Pet shop hare report that business is pretty good. There is a department store in New fork selling an aluminum tea kettle with a whistle attached to the spout. As the water boils it whistles. Advertiaing Rates, per Bandera, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING —Hereafter all notices carried under this head it be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the attorney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper One of the humorous weeklies here has unusually large desks in its of- fices. In fact, they are large enough for ping-pong tables und ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 25 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS •50CI4TY- THURSDAY. AUGUST , menta were served from the game tables. Games of forty-two were en- joyed until a late hour. The guests besides the honor guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cherry, Mr. and Mr:,. J. G. Shanklin, Mrs. M. F. Broaddus, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore and Mr. || | Taking Off Into The Unknown Mr. and Mrs. Guy Douglas were very pleasing hostesses to the Thurs- day Night Club the past week out at ^ ^/¿ob"' the club house on Mrs. Thornton s f.™ It w.. . bMutiful night „„d Miss Del Sef7iT^rapli™.nte,l her „ delieiou* picnic lunch «. served CUUBi„, Mi„ Mildre(1 Mikc,k¡ wh when game of fort,-two were enjoy. ,Mvln„ lhil we(.k for hcr home ,d Tta « • ' «W Mr. Hollywood, Cllforni., with , bridge and Mrs. H. D. Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. party Monday afternoon Joe Rice, Mr and Mrs. J. G Shank- After scores were added, it was Hn, Mr. und Mrs. H. P. C obb. Mrs. - foun(j that Miss Lois BUooks won Jensie rhornton, Mr. L. H. Handy, high score fo...

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

ma . MU. THE CALDWELL NEWS ¿'Iff**!'*)* at hard- ¡ sn woe-1 omething hat, for FELIX BIESENBQRG V f « « V INSTALMENT \ I I SYNOPSIS: Johnny Breen, 16 years eld, who has spent all his life aboard a Hudson river tugboat plying near New York, is tossed into the river by a terrific explosion which sinks the tug, drowns his mother and the man he called father. Ignorant, unschooled, and fear driven, he drags himself ashore, hides in the friendly darkness ff a covered truck—only to be kicked out at dawn—and a tough gang of boys who beat and chase him. He escapes into a base- ment doorway where he hides. The next day he is rescued and taken into the home of a Jewish family living in the rear of their second-hand cloth- ing store. He works in the sweat- shop store—and is openly courted by Becka—the young daughter. . . .The scene shifts to the home of the wealthy Van Horns—on 5th Avenue, where lives the bachelor—Gilbert Van Horn—in whose life there is a hidden chapter. That chapter was an affa...

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 August 1932

THE CALDWELL NEWS THURSDAY. AUGUST 25, East Texas Drilling Activities On Decline Renewed activity in other area as permits are halved in East Texan may he taken a another indica- tion of the oil industry's present return toward i tiormalcy. Good nowa at last comes out of % East Texas in the form of reports, that drilling activities are on the de-1 eline. Last week there were but half ¡ as many permits issued us for the previous week und less than half the 1 number issued for the week prior to j that. Completions have decreased to \ an encouraging degree und indications' are, in view of statements from some of the large companies, that the de- cline will continue. There are now more than 7,400 wells in the field. While the greatest percentage of drilling decrease appears to have been on the part of the larger companies, which control the greater portion of the field, there hus ulso been u dras- tic decrease in the number of per- mits issued to holders of smaller tracts. This latter f...

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