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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 March 1929

!p$& THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, March 16, 1929 THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROM ARTIE, Editor and Publisher aa tccond class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under March S, 1879. nmm. weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Buck aad Main Streeta, Caldwell, Temas 1 Year: to Co—ty HJO; O* $t Ratea, per inch- ADVERTI! 10e LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head febe accompanied by t e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- placing such notices upon presentation of statement, litis paper can 1 accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are settled finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 par line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 par line for each subsequent Insertion for all legal advertising. Hitft Prairie News Tfce farmers of ttiis community ésw been very busy the past week fluting corn end preparing the land £ar planting cotton. Mr. A...

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 — 22 March 1929

Fridi/, March 22, 1929 TBS CALDWELL NSWfl VÍ& a© M: IUR mm OPPORTUNITY W. E. TIDWELL - Part IV Í The only avenue of perpetuation, open to ui li to convert our wealth into tome great service for mankind. We may convert it into educational institutions over the face of the en- tire earth. We may go into the Wilds of Africa and give the lavage an education; or go into the Orient and , better the Eastern folk that have for centuries remained buried to the World. Education will diecipline their feelings, restrain their passions, guide their conduct and inspire them to true and worthy motives. Realising that the whole earth is man's garden; that oceans may be united, that mountains may come down and desterts may bloom at his command ,we should devote our en- tire resources and energy to thii end. What man has done to improve the globe, at Suez, on the Nile con- trolling nature's Water supply, in our Western deserts through irrigation, in Holland by conquest of the sea with dikes and i...

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 — 22 March 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, March 82. 1929 I THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledfter C. E. CROM ARTIE, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Poet Office, under •ct of Congress, March 8, 1879. weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Tesas. 1 Year: la Covaty $1 JO; Out ef Aámtiatat Batea, per inch- Mr line -Ida LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head i' ha accompanied by * e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can •o longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estate are settled wp or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 cants per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. COMING TO CAMERON . MELLENTHIN SPECIALIST In Internal Medicine for eighteen years. Cad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 March 1929

Friday, March 22, 1M9 THE CALDWELL NEWS I SPECIAL for GASH 25 lbs. NAILS for $1.00 One Day Only, Saturday, March 23 Only One Sale To Each Customer or Family ALSO Special low prices on your fence requirements. These prices good until further notice. 2 inch heavy poultry netting number 19 gauge wire at following prices for cash 12" high $1.15 per roll of 150 feet 36" high $3.20 per roil of 150 feet 18" high 1.75 per roll of 150 feet 48" high 4.15 per roll of 150 feet 24" high 2.35 per roll of 150 feet 60" high 5.15 per roll of 150 feet Good Hog Fence 26" high 20 rod roll, $5.75 Poultry and Rabbit Fence 48" high 10 rod roll, $5.95 80 Rod Spool Barb Wire, $3.25 We have on hand a complete and well assorted stock of field, poultry and garden fence at Rock Bottom priees. Buy Your fence requirements from us and save money. Former Citizen Dies In Riesel Friday H. K. Lehde, a former citl- sen of this county died at his home near Riesel, McLellan County. Mr. Lehde was 65 years of ace. He Vraa ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 March 1929

r ESfrí' '.i i 1 ' I I Demonstration WorR Brings Huge Returns CU1 MEMBERS KT SS.7I4.B12.0Q HUH! PJBT YEAR Principally From Gardens, Other Things Eacigad Scab And Rot Lurk In Old Cornstalks A clean-up of cornstalk* and other crop refuae from the field does (food way* than on*. It not only damage from the corn borer, that peat ia present, but it loase* from corn e*r rot* and ■cab. The fungous parasite* causing wheat scab and most of the corn ear rot* over winter on dead cornstalks, wheat stnlv, stubble, and other crop refuse, according to the U. S. Dep-utmeint of Agriculture. Re- moval or plowing under of all crop Chevrolet Puans To Produce Over 1,325,000 Units Detroit, March 10—'That there will | be an upXvard revision of Chevrolet 1929 production schedule, calling for an output of 1,8500,000 units instead of the 1,260,000 quota originally es- tablished, was indicated today by R. H. Grant, the companyVs vice-presi- dent in charge of sales, who has just returned here after 6 weeks spe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 March 1929

Mil Spg§¿ Friday, March 22, 1029 THE CALDWELL NEWS ;ITY COUNCIL PREPARING TO i I Contemplates Spending $10,000.00 On Larger Water Mains. Plans Call For Better Streets, Lighting System and Parking Ordinance. « * Probably some citizens think the present city council to not as active and alive to the needs of the city as they think they might be. I would like to state that that is far from the case. The present council is tyeply concerned about the city, and has been ultra active every minute of the time the members have been in office. Each member of the council has gi- ven considerable of his time unself- ishly to the city, and the best that is in him to solving its problems. There has not been a day hardly but what its business has been discussed and considered, in meetings and out of meetings. % For the past eighteen or twenty months, the membera studied and figured the city's business and af- fairs from every angle to save the tax payers money and give them as many added benefits ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 22 March 1929

\ !• To Reap Profits, OWN A BANK ACCOUNT —O—0—O—O—O— If you sow the seeds of solvency from a Bank Deposit Book, you'll be sure to reap a Harvest of Profit The Savers are the peq)le who get credit when they need it— and usually don't need it Many men and women, having accounts with us, are dally strengthening their financial footing. —0—0—O—0—o— The First State B&nk Caldwell, Texas mm nt w h HfittB w am LADIES! LADIES! FREE SET OF DINNERWARE EVERY TUESDAY EVENING THE ISIS THEATRE Will Present to Every Lady Attending A Piece of BEAUTIFUL CHINAWARE STARTING MARCH 26th SHE TRAVELED FOD FIFTEEN YEJIRS IN SEARCH OF HEALTH SKOCEK FUNERAL SERVICES (Continued from page one) "For fifteen years I have done no- thing but travel over the United States, Canada and Cuba in a fruit- less search for health. Three weeks ago I began the Sargon treatment nent priest soon to succeed Rev. Sko cek. He said it would be some tipie He said the diocese was short of a vailable priests and that more tha>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

. * i * I ■ t <- ■ * Keep informed about your County. Suscribo to TIm Now*. THE CALDWELL NE And The Burleson County Ledger Wo Will Strive Morii Your Confidence At All | Tisws. f- A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 48, No. 108 CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY,TEXA8. Friday, March 2 , 1929 The Caldwell News, Vol. 2, No. f5 sgmniiif,. i. ■ —7 ■ ~ - " r~ ■ ' j ■■ 1 t mi ,n—ii if. i. a u —sua TICK ERADICATION WORK POSTPONED ÜNTKi EATER I ♦ * Editor's Column Tuesday is flection day ir. Caldwell. | It is the solemn duty of every quali-1 fied voter to go to the poll and vote. Other than the secretary's office and one alderman, the same city officials are seeking re-election. B. A. Broad- dus, city marshal!, B. F. Delamater, city treasurer and W. W. Rankin, city attorney. Two aldermen are to be elected. W. N. Coleman ia offer- ing for re-election and Dr. R. J. Savage has become a candidato to aucceed W. E. Simps...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

SPUING IS HEBE UNO EVERYBODY IS HAPPY HID ACTIVE tree and pecan trees and tha like have been planted linca Christine 3 than any other period. Gardening and the culture of floteare has bsen engaged in more generally. Farmer * are beautifying their home surround- ings more with shrubbery and flowers than in a number of years. The most conspicious and outstand- THE CALDWELL NEWS 1 Local School Man Wins University State Chess Honors Defeated Baylor University Cham plans Friday Night In A Three Game Match. Radio ■ 1 "■ Advertising Friday, March 89, 1929 W The nearest to unadulterated bunk that we have known of fcr a long time is some of the radio "advertis- ing" put over the air to a moro or less gullible public. To us, and we believe to a great many people, such . ., ... . appeals to patronage are devoid of Acaptuv * ^challenge mad. publl. ldvortj.lng ^ Theh. - ing accomplishmet that Is goiag on in The first day of Spring was ushered' the rural sections is the enormous a- by the Baylor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

Friday. March *9. 19 THE CALDWELL NEW! New Studebaher President Eight Victoria Cl • I • % r FOR THE MAN OF AFFAIRS feminine motorists and small families, Studebaker's new 115 horsepower President Bight Victoria is an unusually popular model. A car of exceptional power and riding ease; it provides ample room for four passengers and luggage for which there is a large compartment at the rear. With six wire wheels, luggage grid and Houdaille hydraulic shock absorben as standard equipment. The President Bight Victoria is priced at $1895 at the factory. The President Bight is the car which made automobile history last August by traveling 30,000 miles in 26,326 consecutive minutes. Nothing else made by man has ever traveled so far so fast. Thirteen world records, 23 International records and 115 official American records are now held by The President. February Lumber Output Lower MERIT w. E. T1DWELL Justice in distribution of swards in life it one of the most difficult Austin, Texaa, March...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, Much 29, 1M9 THE CALDWELL NEWS An* The Burleson County Ledfter C B. CBOMARTIB. KM nl utter at the Caldwell, T«*m Post Office, 8, 1ST . by tki Caldwell Nnri and Caldwell, Couaty Ledger, Hereafter all Idkia «arriad andar this by * a cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- otiees upas presentation of statsment. This papar can t far publication audi ssatter and w*it until sstates ara aattlad Anally adjudicated far ita fm. Tha regular legal rata of 10 Hm of • point typ* will ba ehargad for tha first iasertion aad Í Has for sach wtmmt insertion far all legal advertising. MORB DIGGING THE NEED street the other day this conversation vas overheard: -Mat at aH "Y sapposo yaaVi considerably reduced your sales foeee?" "On the esntrary, we hare wast pot two more mm on, and are goin to tha first af the month." ta bcaaeh out if your business is poor." we have to dig for busiueee, there's only one thing to do—pat asere diggers on the pob. What Would you do—fire your ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

Friday. March 28, 1M9 TOE CALDWELL NEWS «>• # * i # « % v* * I 4 4 ♦ # I* * • t ' I a u * tfl •4% ♦ í I - ■ Hix News Rev. W. P. Elliot ftlsd bis regular appointment here Sunday. Mr. J. T. Moore and ton, William, *rere visiting Mr. Moon's mother Saturday and Suday. Mr. Hugh Thorpe and Homer Martin were Heare visitors Sunday. Thoee on the tick list are Mrs. W. E. Thorpe, Mrs. W. H. Storm and Mrs. Marvin Hood. Our School closes Friday/ Si* «month* seems so shoB bat there are many "golden moments in thosd ala months llMV opportunities that may be grasped and held or lost and gone for ever. Aad we as patron*, teachers and pupils will reap the reward same day or punishment as the ease may be. It takes cooperation fer- aay in* sititution to succeed, aad if parents, teachers and pupils do net do this, then, the house is divided. To be a teacher of tender minds in my estimation is next to the high est calling. Parent-hood being' first. Home, school and church the earliest impressions are ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

rags • THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, Much 29 1989 m CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS—To tho Sheriff or may Constable of Burleson Coanty GREETING: You ara hereby commanded to anmiasa L. E. Armstead and her hu#- tand E. B. Armstead, if they b« llv- tng and the unknown heir* ci said L E. Armstead and E. R. Armatead if thayar open peaceable and adverse possession of said two tracts of land and tene- ments, u:ing, cultivating and enjoying the same, for more than tan years prior to the filing of said suit. During and covering said time, of more than tan years, said J. W. Hines has had continuously surroundad by a fence, said two tracts of land actually and which endosas both of «aid tracts of land. And that by there reason Home Industries Being Developed College Station—The factory sys- tem took most manufacturing out of ¡the home but some of it is being put I back there now in a most interest- ing development among Tanas home 'demonstration club Women who are one o# them be dead, •...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

M, law System Suggested Station, March 18—The In Tana anat adopt paterna if the faak dairy buaiaoaa of the state ¡to bo profitable and permanent is belief of Extension Service au- E. A. Miller, Agronomist J. L. Thomas, Dairyman, have rated in formulating a cropp- system plan which county agents using this year in their dairy demfltostrations. The plan is on five cow herds for which at sin acres of feed per co*w is For North, Central and East Texas It is rat«Mted that than be: (!) about live acres «f permanent pas- ture, mostly on the rougher broken land or along creeks, consisting of Bermuda or meaquite graas, bur clo- ver, rescue and Dallia graas; (2) Five acres of Sudan grass, supplemented by 2 1-2 acres of hegari or Toxas Blackball kafir for late summer food; (3) Two and one half aerea of Bad- top sorghum, Sudan, oata, alfalfa, cotorpeai or soy beans for hay to be used as winter roughage; (4) Ten acres for «inter paature consisting of oa's, barley or Wheat, or a combi- nation of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

ft!** ifcüi-m WÜ mm IB CAMERON US ' 9L * SPECIALIST la laUrul Medicine for eighteen jrtMI. D0B8 NOT OPERATE Will be at Auditorium Hotel Tuesday, April 2 OH! Stars Hii.Ult.1 ONE DAY ONLY No Chwffo lor Co—Ustión Many In this community will avail themeehree of the opportunity to visit Dr. Mellenthln on this special visit to CAMERON The doctor pays special attention to the 8CIENCE OF INTERNAL ME- DICINE AND BfETICS. He is trying conscientiously to eliminate surgery in his tasatment of dsiease aa far as possible. He has to his credit many "wonder- ful results in diseases of stomach (especially ulcers), glands (especial- ly goitre), ailments of women, di- seases oí liver and bowels, as. in- fected >*all bladder, gall atone, ap- pendicitis, chronic constipation, co- litis, avtoJntoxieatioa and rectal alí- ñente, circulation disturbances as high or lour blood pressure, heart and blood disorders, skin nervss, bladder, kidneys, bedwuttlag, weak Cut Eiriiy iCoatréUed OeOege Stalk , March 28...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

Friday, March 19, 19 CALDWELL NEWS I Sweetest of All Sounds Xenophon declared that the "aweet- eat of all sounds it praise." He pro- bably was right. Alexander Pope warned that "praise undeserved is scandal in dis- guise." He must have had in mina that flattery which a noted lexico- grapher described as "false, insincere or excessive praise." Praise, then, when deserved and sincere is an excellent thing, but flattery is 'something to be shunned. Praise, used judicially, inspires aud encourages. If the person praised deserves i(, even in measure, he will, if Vise, let it go to his heart but not to his head. If it goes too strongly to the head, it will be a strong and dangerous wine, intoxi- cating and filled with folly. If it goes to the heart, then it may cause him to feel he must be worthy of it. It is human nature for men to de- t're praise, just as it is human na- ture to despise flattery, when re- cognized for What it is. When a man is so vain that flattery serves for praise, th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 29 March 1929

TBS CALDWELL NEWS Friday, March 8 , 1929 Your Banker Knows- A GOOD PROPOSITION WHEN HE SEES ONE If you're thinking of undertaking some business project of your own-something thft will require considerable money—the best man in the. world to coneuH is your loeal Banker. He «onstaatly hoe his fingers on the market's pulse and is trained by long experience to rendar sound counsel in commercial affairs. Let Tour Bank Help You. O O O O O— The First State Bank Caldwell, Texas i Ú tf iitimmrnif ■§« M.D. Roger's Race LOg' Fór City Secretary ' ■ Last week' we carried the annuonce- ment of M. D. Rogéis u a candidate for the office of city escretary, tax aaseaaor and collector. Mr. Rogers is one of the old time citizens of Caldwell! and at one tima held the of- fice to which he aspiras.. If elected, )ie promises to carry on the duties of the office in an impartial adminis- tration of it* duties, wuh courteous treatment of all citisens who have business to transact "with hfe depart ment. Mrs. L...

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 April 1929

■ I This Paper's Circulation Covers the Entire County. Subscribers Added Daily % 1 $ >4 Keep informed about your County. Subscribe to The News. THE CALDWELL NEWS We Will 8trive To Merit Your Confidence At All Times. And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 48, No. 109 CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY.TBXAS. Friday, April 5. 1939 r 1 The Caldwell News, V<ol. 2, No. <16 LOCAL BAND TO STAGE CONCERT-MINSTREL T0NI6HT Bank Deposits Of County At Recent Call Range Over $1,500,000.00 TOTALS COMPARE \¡ Caldwell Public School Band I: PROMISE TO GIVE CITIZENS II REM. ENTERTAINMENT LAST STATEMENT One of the Most Satisfactory Spring Financial Showing* In Their History. LOANS UNO DISCOUNTS LOW Demand For Money Not as Great Reflecting Sounder County Economic- Condition. Saturday the benks of the 5tate and nation were called upon for a report of their financial conditions. The city and cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 April 1929

Pm a THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, April 6, 1929 Dr. N. B. McNutt DENTIST Oflu Orw Harvey's Garage CtMwiU. Tama JOE I.OVAR iLACKSM (THING WELDING Caldwell, Ttxaa DELCO ughts Frigidaire WATER SYSTEM F. J. Skrabanek Caldwell, Texas Phone 220 Dealer Qtt this tPAZO OINTMENT R. J. SAVAGE DENTIST Office Upstairs, Bowera Btrild- log. CaMwell, Tessa 666 is a Prescription for Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue, Bilious Fever and Malaria. It is the most speedy remedy known. No Worms In • Healthy Child All cfeildraa troubled with Worn have m color which indicates poor blood and u a rulo, thare U moro or 1m* ÉMirh diatobaaoe. OBOVE'S TASTE- LESS CHILL TONIC giv«n ngultrly for two or thro* weeks will onrich th« blood, improve the dictation and act u a Gen- eral Strengthening Tonic to the whole aratem. Nature will then throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c. A package of Qrove'e Liver Pills is en- closed w<th every bottle of GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 April 1929

\ Friday, April 6, 1929 THE CALDWELL NEWS | > ♦ J- fc, * f Í I r ?•«• 1928 County Cotton Ginning's Total 32,569Bales IIK AMONG ONE LARGEST G0Ü0N Favorable Seasons and Climatic Conditions Controlling Factor. Better Farm Methods and Fertiliser Supporting Factor. In spite of the dry hot summer the' past year and the prediction that! was made by a .large number of| citizens that the crop would prove | short, the county came through forj the third successive year with one cf. the largest cotton crofrs on record. According to final ginning figures promulgated by the Department of Commerce through the Bureau of the | Census, the total number of bales of cotton ginned in the county for the, past year were 32,568. These figures compared with 26,351 bales ginned in 1927 and 32,882 bales ginned in 1926, shows that the county ha produced one of the largest crops in its own history. A far aa figures are as- certainable. tht 1923 crop was a re- cord breaker. 33,314 hales were pro- duced that y...

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