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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 15 June 1928

Friday. J toa* 1 . 1988 TU CALDWELL NBW8 * # i * * ¿i ^ 1 i ■ .-'Hi Wm 4m * ► r i ' i i . ■:« improved Uniform international Sunday School ' Lesson' Or RBV. 9. B. riT*WAT R, D.D.. o Moody Blbl* IdmiIIuU of Chicago.) (A. lit! Wantora NowapaMr Union.I Lesson for June 17 THE CRUCIFIXION LES80N TEXT—Mark 16.1S-4T. GOLDEN TEXT—Ood commendeth Hla own lova toward un, In that, whlla wa were yet alnnera, Christ died for ua. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jaaua Died for Ca. JUNIOR TOPIC—Chriat Died (or Our fllna. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Why Jaaua Choaa the Croaa. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Meaning of the Croaa. I. Jaaua Crowned With Thorn* (vv. 16-20). After Pilate had scourged Jesus be delivered Him to be crucified. 1. The crown of thorns (vv. 10, 17). Knowing that Jesus had been con- tiemned for claiming to be Israel's •king they clothed Win with purple and crowned Him with a wreath of thorns. 'The crown of thorns typified the curse which He bore for man's sin «Jen. 8:17. 18). 2. Their salut...

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 — 15 June 1928

♦ « (928-29 Debate Sub- ject Announced AUSTIN, Texas, June 14—"Re- aohred: That the English Cabinet System of Government is Preferable to the American Committee System" has been selected as the subject for debate by the members of the Texas Interscholastic League for next year, Roy Bedichek, chief of the League Bureau at the University of Texas, has announced. The Bureau is now busy in gathering and preparing the debate bulletin which must be issued -J before fall, according to Mr. Bedichek. A general brief of the subject, an affirmative aid a negative brief, a bibliography and selected arguments pro and oon will be contained in the 160-page bulletin, in the preparation of which the League Bureau will be aaiiated by the University Depart- ment of Government. Between 15,000 and 20,000 copies of the bulletin will be printed, and it will g> to about one thousand schools over the state. It is thought that about a half doz en other states will use the same sub jeet and will co-operate...

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 — 22 June 1928

y Km lifonud iboat your County. Subscribo to The N*wi. THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger We WHI StrWe Te 1 Your Confidence At AM Timee. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to tne Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 24. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY, Texaa., Friday June 22. 1928 Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 49, No. 18. COUNTY CROPS HOLDING IIP REMARKABLY WEIL Chamber Of Commerce Plans]Pernianent County¡Fair Organization II STOCK CM II Purchase of a Thirty-five Acre Tract of Land Contemplated. At the regular meeting of the Bur- leson County Chamber of Commerce held Tuesday of la.st week, the pron- cipal matter discussed was the organ- ization of a permanent Fair Associ- ation in Burleson County so that funds may he raised to purchase a thirty-five or forty acre tract of land close by upon which a scries of per- manent buildings suitable for hold- ing county fairs in the county regu- larly may be erected. At the meeting it was propo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWS —■**— fcn ■ i ■■ Friday, Juna U, 1928. m Political Calender Vario** Laws la te Compiled With Jim Saturday Before Third Monday— Last day to get name on official bal- lot for county and precinct nomina- tion . (Art. 8118.) Fourth Monday—Candidates must pay aaaeaament to get name on bal- lot. (Art 8108.) June and Jdly This applies to all—winners and loaers. County and precinct candidates file a report of receipts and expendi- tures—not more than thirty nor less than twenty-five (25) days. Another not more than twelve (12) and not less than eight (8) days prior to the date of primary election and another ten days after the election with the county clerk. (Art. 3172.) And one with the county judge ten (10) days after the primary and another ten (10) daya after the general election in November. (Art. 8144.) July Second Monday—Twenty to ten days before primary absentee voting arranged. (Art. 2966.) Fourth Saturday—Primary elec- tion day. (Art. 3102.) First Saturday after ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

I * « \ ! ♦ * A' o / * « • A ♦ A.,) 4 Friday, J— «8, MM. Les Akers and the Konvenshuns PITTSBURG, Camp County, Tex- as, June 14—Whether the Democrat- ic National Convention will be o- pened with a prayer or a corkscrew it a question that is pusiling Les Alters, farmer, philosopher and po- litical prognosticator, who writes a lengthy article on this and allied sub- jects in the June issue of the maga- zine, EAST TEXAS, official publi- cation of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce. "It is getting aroun' to the time once more for our two grate politi- cal parties, the Demokrats and the Republicans, to meet in National Konvention and 'point with pride' and 'view with alarm* the various happenins of the yast 4 yrs.," writes the famous Pittsburg philosopher, who also is sometimes referred to as the Sage of Camp County. "It is a big job our 2 leadin' parties has. Just think of the tremendous task of try- in' to keep each other HONEST and STRAIT! "Us Demokrats is goin' to hold our big fuss a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

Burleson County Ledger C. K. Croat art ie, Editor Entered as second elaas matter at the Caldwell, Texas, Postoffice, under act of Congress, March S, 1879. Pirttttahad weekly by The Caldwell News aqd Burleson County Ledger, ooraer Buck and Main Streets, Cald- well, Tesas. Subscription Price: 1 Toar in County fi.5o Out of County 2.00 Mrs. W. H. Ryan and children have gone to Rockdale to visit relatives. Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Goodnight were called to Holland Monday on account of serious illness of his sister-in-law. Mrs. W. B. Alexander of Giddings stopped over to visit Mrs. T. L. Good night on her way to Temple. Mrs. Moody. L. H. Handy is visiting in Mrs Will Herdson of San Antonio is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hitchcock and Miss Eunice Morgan o He who laughs last forgets how be- fore his time comes. BARBECUE -o-o-o-o-o- July 3rd 1928 . Given by S. P. J. S. T. Lodge at Snook Commencing 10:00 A. M. 11:00 a. m., Address-Judge C. H. Chernosky of Houston in Czecho-Slovakia Language 11:4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

TBI CALDWELL NEWS Friday, 1 y ># x #> ♦ ♦ * # f 4 . ¡via CLASSIFIED ADS EYES EXAMINED—Glasses fit- ted. Dr. P. R. Dunn, Licensed Opto- metrist of Hearne, at Stone and Hitchcock's Drug Store every Tues- day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. FOR REN T—Large southeast room with er without kitchenette. Mrs. D. C. Alford. FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cow, reasonable price. J. G. Shank tin. tf-c LOST—One small black male Finder notify D. L. Alford. tf-c FOR RENT—One five room dwel- ling, all conveniences, two blocks of school. H. G. Womble 6-22c HOUSE FOR RENT—4 rooms and bath. Sewerage connection. Electric lights, water etc. One block west of water workB. $15 per monht. F. H. Hichcock. tf I'OR SALE—One four months old Jer.ney malo: J. F. Polansky. 6-22c I have rented the whole Windel hay meadow and will begin to cut hay next week. See me for any amount. T. B. Parkhill. ATTENTION POULTRY RAISERS Mrs. W. N. Coleman Entertained Friends Wednesday Mrs. W. N. Coleman entertained Wednesday afternoon at her att...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

Tin CALDWELL NEWS Friday. Jone 28, IMS. Concrete Sewers to be Re-topped With Conci mcrete Slabs The twelve or thirteen concrete •ewers at various street intersec- tions in the city which have been top- pad with heavy timber for the past thirteen or fourteen years and have been a constant expense to the city and a source of trouble are soon to be replaced with a permanent cov- ering- Concrete slabs reinforced with steel are to take the place of lumber. Last ty concrete slabs made, enough to test one crossing as a trial. The slabs were laid at the corner of Mrs Maude Morgan's home. They fitted so well and were found so practical that the Council has decided to re- top every sewer with concrete slabs as fast as the wooden tops decay and it becomes necessary to make repairs It is felt quite certain that this one improvment will mitigate a con- stant lot of expense, as well as work and worry. The concrete slabs are found inex- pensive. They measure on a- aver age of 1 ft by 4 ft. with a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

I ' u 4 | . K i i • • ■ -> I Trtáiy, Jw , 19M. ÉiI IaMamh IHIAMÉAMAAAI. Nnprvfta UIWWIII imp nwcvwr Sunday School ' Lesson' THE CALOWBLL NEWS (A, 1IM. wm*n NmwHr naloa.t Lesson for June 24 MVIKW—JK8U8 THI SAVIOR OOLDEN TEXT—ChooM you this dar •jrhom m will serve. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus Tescbea How to Listen. JUNIOR TOPIC—Learning to Ustea. INTERMEDIATE ANx> SENIOR TOP- IC—Jesus our Lord and Savior. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Tba Son of God With Powar. For senior and adult classes a good method of review will be to study tbe principal facta and five tbe leading teaching of eacb leaaon. The follow- ing suggestions are ofTered: Lesson for April 1. Before going to the cross Jesus en- deavored to make clear to the dis- ciples the reality of ills divine per- sonality and the meaning of Bis suf- fering and resurrection. Correct knowledge of Christ's person and work is essential to give poise to tbe dis- ciples In tbe tragic hours of Ufe. Lesson for April •. The resurrection of Jesus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 June 1928

rKLLNSWi i I i I % ■' v>h Hoarding Money Individual safety and community growth depend upon the bank- ing of money. In the caae of the individual, hoarding money about the person or premise* endangers every waking and sleeping hour through fear of loss by fire or burglary. To the community, hoarding money and keeping it from circu- lation in the banks, retards the growth of the community, and thereby lessens the usefulness of the bank in its service to de- positors* Your own personal safety und your duty to your com- munity demands that you put your money on deposit in ths bank. We solicit your account here. JL , * % The First State B&nk Caldwell Texas Sternal vigilance is the price of pearo from household insects in warm weather. Many of the most troublesome ones feed oa crumbs, ■craps, and other exposed food. The only way to beat these pests—ants, cockroaches, and flies, especially— is to keep food supplies in tight met- al or glass containers, and clean up promptly any foo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 June 1928

A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to tne Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwall News, Vol. 1, No. 24. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 1 . 1 M. SENATOR J. T. ROBINSON ■> 1 (' I \f i Made permanent chairman of the Na- tional Demicrstic Convention. Candidates Must File Statements of Cam- paign Expenses . b y | July Second The law provides that ail candi- dates must file- their first statement of campaign expenses with the coun- ty clerk not less than thirty nor more than twenty-five days prior to date of election. This will place the date between June 28th, and July 2nd. so F. H. Hitchcock, Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of Burleson County advised the News Tuesday. Candidates of Burleson County are requested to bear this fact in mind so that they may comply with the 'aw. There are two more dates that this feature of the law must be complied with, one more prior to the election and one after. This applies to loser* of an elect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 June 1928

THE*M yiLL NEWS Friday, Yum 19, 1MB. Political Calender Various Laws to be Com plied With July Second Monday—Twenty to ton days before primary absentee voting arranged. (Art. 2966.) Fourth Saturday—Prirmry elec- tion day. (Art. 3102.) First Saturday after primary elec- tion the executive committee to can- vass the result and the county con- ventions held. (Art 3126,) August All Candidates—losers and win- ners—must file sworn statements of all expenditures and receipts within ten days after election—one with county clerk and one with county judge. (Arte. 3144 and 3172.) Candidates before second primary file reports of receipts and expendi- tures. (Art. 3172.) Prepare for absentee voting for run-off primary twenty days before. (Art 2966.) Voters who have changed resi- dence report to tax collector and he transfered to new. (Art. 2966.) Fourth Saturday—Run-off prima- ry. (Art. 8102.) September All candidates file statement of expenditures ten days after run-off primary. (Art. 3172.) Oc...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 June 1928

J V:- "™r • Friday, June . IMS. TBS CALDWELL NEWS # 1 I « \} I I > 4 I V I * U T¿pk M lacrease 1000 Per Cent In 20 Years. In the last twenty years the population of the United States hus increased forty-five per cent, while the number of telephones in use ha increased one thousand per cent. The telephone has become almost indispensable to both the businesr and the social world. In fact, the telephone has become so much a part of everyone's life and is in auch constant use, it is taken for granted and is not appreciated to íe extent it should be. It has be- came so easy to take down the re- ceiver and talk to any place or p.rson desired that the public is be- ginning tc overlook the value of telephone service. Telephone development has been S ao rapid that telephone patrons k low very little of the achieve- ir.?nts in improving and extending aervlce except that from year to year it has become increasingly easier to talk and that additional u es of the telephone, saving both time 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 — 29 June 1928

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, June , 1M8. THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledfter C. E. Croaiartic, Editor m second class matter at ths Caldwell, Texas, Postoffice, under act of Congress, March 8, 1879. 1 Year in County A Great Day On July 4th, 1776, just 162 years ago, the Declaration of Independence was tigned. A small group of colon- Published W..H b, The Cldw.ll,1«« of liberty. of democracy, Now. *nd Burleson Count, Ud«.r, Jum.n ni,h£d,.terming «o,™, corner Buck and H.in Street., CM- '*hU,or *""• II T i their all in the attempt. It required well, Texas. unselfish courage to arrive at that de- Subscription Price: termination, sacrifices freely given to $1.60 Out of County - • carry it through. All are familiar with the manner in which these were made and the victory that was won. Yet this was but the beginning. Many problems confronted the young nation, countless difficulties had to be surmounted. Fortunately, the men who assumed leadership adhered very THE NEW FOURTH Yaar ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 June 1928

Friday. Jons 19, IMS. 1 f > *' I a I « CLASSIFIED MIS EYES EXAMINED—Glasses fit- ted. Dr. P. R. Dunn, Licensed Opto- metrist of Hearne, at Stone and Hitchcock's Drug Store every Tues- day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. FOR REN T—Large southeast room with or without kitchenette. Mrs. D. C. Alford. LOST—One small black mule Finder notify D. L. Alford. tf-c LOST—Somewhere in Caldwell one pair of spectacles. Return to Caldwell News and receive >1.00 reward. 6-29 FOR SALE—One hundred pound refrigerator. A. G. Krueger. HOUSE FOR RENT—4 rooms and bath. Sewerage connection. Electric lights, water etc. One block west of water works. fl5 per monht. F. H. Hichcock. tf 1 have rented the whole Windel hay meadow and will begin to cut hay next week. See me for any amount. T. B. Parkhill. ATTENTION POULTRY RAISERS E-I-P Parasite remover used in the drinking water rids your poultry of blue bugs lice fleas and all other in- sects. Sold and guaranteed by All Drug Stores in Caldwell. 8-Sl-o Burleson County M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 June 1928

TU CALDWBLL MWS Friday, June 19. 1928. COASTING THROUGH MANY an atnatcnr prdcner who plants his garden v.ith the greatest enthusiasm finds that as the weeds wax lusty so does his gardening eagerness wane. But help has come for this gardener out of the West. By tak- ing a leaf out of the Hawaiian pineapple and sugar cane growers' book, he can now start on high and coast through the growing season with never a thought of worry about weeds. ¡Fust how all this can be done is d by J. Sidney Cates in a recent issue of the Country Gentleman. And the secret of this ease in cul- tivation is farming under paper. Paper for Protection This peculiar mode known a i pa- Cr mulching was started as far ck as 1914 when C. F. Eckart first tried for an Hawaiian sugar company the use of strips of as- phalt papei laid between the rows of cane to keep down the weeds. It worked, but weeds grew along the rows where there was no pa- per. So he planted his cane and then spread thinner paper over the rows. 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 — 29 June 1928

Friday, Jum 9 . 1MB. TIB CALDWELL NEWS m ' t * CURRENT IUPPENIN6S IN IHRLESON COUNTY FORTY-FOUR YEARS ROO Taken from the Caldwell Register, Dated September 10th, 1884. Edited by Mr. Lemon. Some of the other interesting news contained in the Caldwell Register are as follows: Scott's store situated in Mound Prairie is in a fine country, has gin, school house and church. Captain Scott has a stock of about $8,000 of goods. A good opening for another merchant here. Lyons is the shipping point of this place. Somerville is at the junction ot the Santa Fe aid Navasota tap, near the Yegua, and three miles south of Lyons. It has two retail stores and about thirty inhabitants. Clay's Station is in the Southern portion of the county, on the Nava- aota tap. It is distant from Indepen- dence about four miles, has one store and a lumber yard. A right-of-way for a narrow gauge railroad was cut from here to Independence by Mr. Brennan, but for want of capital failed. Fraimville is situated twelve mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 June 1928

TU CALDWELL NSVI Friday. June 89, IMS. I I- NEWS PERSONALS FROM LYONS Providence Church News Personals Rain fell hart Sunday night which Our community wu vi.ited by a ww • great help to the crop and most glorious rain last Sunday, which gardens. to all appearances is sufficient to in- The Methodist meeting which has *<"*1 c°rn croP- AU ki"d8 °' bean going on for the past week will crop and gardens are good; health continue through this week. Bro. is also good and religious condition Gordon of Caldwell is assisting Bro. «re improving. As long as the latter potUl is in a healthy condition there should Raymond McLeod of Cameron and he felt no uneasiness about the others. M «adame G. C. and W. A. McLeod Next Sunday morning the pastor is of Lyon attended the funeral of Mrs. to discuss the subjects of the Holy B. G. Styles of Gay Hill Thursday. Spirit and the unknown tongue Mr . J. M. Sayles and little daugh- criticism will be indulged in, but will tor, Mirtheil of Meridian spent the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 6 July 1928

CO., [.. FOR SUMMER CAMP C f 0 Sunday morning Capt A. T. Au- tre y and sixty officers and men com- prising Company E, 143rd Infantry, Texas National Guards, will entrain for Camp Palacios for two weeks in- tensive training. Two special cars will be set out here to carry the members and their special equipment. Capt. Autrey states that many things have been added this year for their convenience and comfort, and that the members of the company will camp this year under very favorable conditions. In addition to being better e- quipped the company has some spe- cially trained members who will try to make the State Rifle team which goes to the National Rifle meet to be held at Camp Perry, Ohio, later on in the year. The member of the National Guard making the State Rifle Team will not only secure transportation to Camp Perry, Ohio, but they will receive full pay in ad- dition. Different members of Com- pany E. have been practicing to make the team. Through the continued efforts of Capt. ...

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 — 6 July 1928

THE CALDWELL NKW8 Él II " '111 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Caldwell News is authorised to lit* following announcsments of for the various public of- indicated. Announcements subject to the action of the Demo- cratic Primary «lection to be held in July. Far State Senator GHA8. 8. GAINER For Coaaty Jadee GREEN W. GRANT * JOHN MCCOWEN, SR. For Sheriff of Burleaoa Couaty CLINT D. LEWIS ED A. ELLIS ' mi - ' I Hi l' Far District Clerk. FRED A. ELLIS if ' [ Vfi For County Clerk W. F. HUNDLEY For Tax Assessor A. LON HILL For County Attorney W. J. ALEXANDER For County Treasurer MRS. EMMIE OLIVER Far County School Superintendent W. D. PLUENNEKE MIS ADDIE GIESENSCHLAG A. J. PRASATIK For Tax Collector CURTIS H. BARNETT W. J. HARRIS Far Commissioner Precinct No. 1 LOSS McDONALD JOHN STRUWE R. R. PI WONKA M. L. SANDERS For Justice of Peace Precinct 1. J. R. BATES For Constable of Precinct No. 1 S. S. WOOD G. J. JONES "&■ m For Cor «*-.ble of Precinct No. 2. á. S. GROCE For Commissioner Best 2. JOE SLOV...

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