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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 19 April 1929

THE CALDWELL MEWS Friday, April 19, 1W9 h 1 1 1 1 i m r H % : I CITATION ET PUBLICATION STATE OF TEXAS—To Die «r uf Constable oí Burleson 10: Tw in hereby commanded to wnMB L. E. Armstead and her ho - hand E. R. Armstead, if they be liv- ing and the unknown heirs of said L. K. Armstead and E. R. Armstead ftf they or either one of them be dead, and Je«nle Odom and her husband Fames Odom if they be living, and the unknown heirs of said Jennie Odom and James Odom if they or ei- itr ens ef them be deed. The resi- of eaeh and all of said named being unknown, to appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Burleson County, Texas, to be held at the Court house thereof Large Delegation Expected To Attend East Texas Meet Bryan, Texas, April 19 — Special delegation , accompanied by bands, from a number of the leading cities of the state will journey on special trains to the third annual conven- tion of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce at Bryan May 6-7, the con- vention committee...

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 — 19 April 1929

tt ¿%wM; Friday, April 10. 1920 THE CALDWELL NEWS Cowpea Fine Soil Builder Master Fa rater Utilises Whole Plant For Food and Fertiliser. Troup, April 14—(Sp)—The cow- pea is a crop that "does double duty" in East Texas, according to Raymond Brown, Titus county farmer. MAU of thira crop that grows above the ground makes fine feed for live stock, and all that grows under the ground is fine feed for the soil." Broiwn was one of the winners in the master far- mer contest of Texas. "1 find by feeding the pea hay and «saving the manure, the whole plant is utilised for the benefit of the land," he stated. "I have also noticed that peas improve the physical condition of the soil. It seems to be more porous. "Besides growing peas for hay, I plant pesis (or velvet beans) in every other row of my corn. Sometimes I use every third row. Where the corn is gathered early, after pasturing the peas a short while, I flat break and turn under all of the vegetable mat- ter that is left on the land. On ...

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 — 19 April 1929

——- THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday. April 10, 1929 I ff Your Banker Knows- A GOOD PROPOSITION WHEN HE SEES ONE . v r<: ■ If yoa're thinking of undertaking lome business project of your ( own-something that will require considerable money—the best man In the world to consul} b .your local Banker. He c^nstaiüly - has his fingers on the market's pulse and is trained by Ibng experience to render sound cowuel in commercial Let Your Bank Help l'ou. G. Sommerfeld ;C!TY COUNCIL LETS CONTRACT Mr. Gottlicf Sommerfeld was born i (Continued from page one) j August the 26th, 1852 in Bromen Ger- j _____ many. In 1869 he came to America maximum which carries a penalty, the and settled in Washington County. | council is retaining the Buck street j In 1874 he was united in marriage' credit and is eliminating the penalty (to Miss Louise Koert. This union on Fox street. was blessed with six children: three i The total credit to be granted is as mg affairs. sons and three daughters. The three sons pased a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

This Paper's Circulation Covers the Entire County. Subscribers Added . v- 4s % '"■Wíi Keep informed about your County. Subscribo to The Nowa. THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger Wo Will Btrlvo To Merit Your Confidence At AN Timea. mi i i ~ ii i I" 1 ■ i .ill I i ——■ i i i i ii ii I 'li A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell New . Vol. 2, No. 6 . CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, Friday, April 26. 1929. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 43. No. 112 T ' ¡ ♦ .1 A W t Editor's Column Caldwell today, we honostly be- lieve, is one of the tidiest and moBt attractive little cities in the state, barring none. Never before in the history of cur city,, have property owners given more study and atten- tion to cleaning up, and fixing up, than they have this spring. During the past two or three Weeks, wonder- ful progress has been made in this respect. The lawns and premises throughout the city are in the most beautiful and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

!l i! I i ; M ti 1 The phrase "Silent Cal" may now be understood. W e wouldn't have talked either had we known ire could got twenty-five cents a word for it after the six years Were over. Todays' Tasty Special SMOKED BAM CREAMY BUTTER VEAL LOAF MEAT 8 KINDS OF CBEE8E S KINDS OF LUNCBEON MEATS Smith & Manas Or. N. B. McNutl DENTIST Oflec Over Barvey's Gang* Caldwell. Tim JOE I.OVAR iLACKSMITBING WELDING Caldwell, -:- Tesas DELCO UGHTS 0 Frigidaire WATER SYSTEM F. J. Skrabanek Caldwell, Texas Phone 220 Dealer Dll CO TRIATE Md a ■ ILEO C—Csristasd UüwtemefPttssflf ■sSrsssLrai «Hh tke aacntaodiac that mm will be rafoadadifltfaite M ears. IntabMwitfa R. J. SAVAGE DENTIST Office Upstairs, Bowers Bal Id- tat. Caldwell, Texas A Layman's Sermon By WILL A. MAUPIN Beloved, approaching the dawn of another Lord's day, let us consider, that steadfastness is the corner stone of progress. We read in the gospel, according to St. Luke, 9:61, as fol- lows: "And when it caste to pses. when the time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

Friday, April M, 1929 THE CALDWELL NEWS t 1 Í1 9 I II •. > tl É ' 1 • * * CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OP TEXAS:—To The Sheriff or Any Constable of Borlo ■oo Coootjr Tosas: You ore commanded hereby to lummon Ellen Teirell and her hus- band Robert Terrell, if they be living and the unknown heirs of said Ellon Terrell and Robert Terrell, if thoy, or either of them, bo dead; Minerva Grant and her husband Sam Grant, if they be living and the unlotown heir* of said Minerva Grant and Sam Grant, if they, or either of them bo dead; Ardella Turner Jones and her husband Ben Jones, if they be living, and the unknown heira of said Ar- della Turner Jones and Ben Jones, if they, or either of them, be dead; Clara Ann Brownlee and her hus- band Andrew Brownlee, if they be living, and the unknown heira of Clara Ann Brownlee and Andrew Brownlee, if they, or either of them, be dead; Richard McKinney and his *wife Jessie McKinney, if living, and the unknown heirs of Richard Mc- Kinney and Jessi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

Si THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, ApiU 20, 1929 IÍ I I I THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. E. CROMARTIE. Editor and Publisher Ml * Com —. m Mcond class mititr at the Caldwell, Tosas Port Office, under March 8, 1879. weakly by tho Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Back aad Main OUooU, Caldwell, Texas. 1 Year: la Couaty |1J0; Oat ol Batea, por taeh- per liar a .10o ADVERTISING—Horopter all aotieee carried under this head . accompanied by t o cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- plating such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are settled eaaaa finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 per Km of 8 point rpo will be charged for the first insertion and 6 per ""t for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. él SLAG" 7w. e.'tidweld Where Springs Co- operation (A Commaaity Editorial) What are the motives behind the much used word "cooperation ?" In the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

f-0 Friday, April 26, 1929 Til CALDWELL NEWS m :$0 m •' «T ■ill "-a.:- 4te5 • * * W • 4 k # * Shall Wheels Improve Car's Appearance Chrysler Design Proved Right Aftar Teats By Thousands Of OwMia Everywhere. One at the first master strokes of Chrysler's engineering staff, which met with instant public approval and which today to one of the contribut- ing reasons for Chrysler's consistent- ly increasing popularity, is the small diameter wheel, says D. L. Alford, local Chrysler dealer. "Less than five years ago," con- tinued Mr. Alford, "Walter P. Chrys- ler placed on the market the first car to bear his name. It was low, it was fast it was handsome and it proved to be just what the motorwiae public was waiting for. It was on-' ly a matter of a few weeks before the name Chrysler was known in every town of any sise throughout the United States As has been said, one ol the features of thto netarly de- signed automobile, which turned the' automobile industry topsy-turvy al- Mot over nigh*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

THE CALDWELL NEW! Friday, April M, 1929 i I: Ml HI « .. i §■*3 IPt'- ! is!; § nil (STATION BY PUBLICATION R STATE OF TEXAS—To the er any Constable of Burleson IQ: Too are hereby commanded to «■mb L. E. Armetead and her hus- kand E. R. Arastead, if they be liv- lag and the unknown heirs oí said Ik E. Armstead and E. B. Armstead M they or either one of them be dead, and Jennie Odom and her husband JiMMa OBn if they be liviag, and the unknown heirs of said Jennie Odom and James Odom if they or ei- ther one of them be dead. The resi- dence of each and all of said named parties being unknown, to appear at the neat regular term of the District Court of Burleson County, Texas, to be held at the Court house thereof In the eity of Caldwell, on the 10th Monday after the first Monday in Hatch. 18*29, the same being the 13th day of May 1929, then and there to mnewer a petition filed in said Court on the 23rd day of March, 1929, the file number of which suit is 10669 in which suit J. W. Hines is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

Friday, April M.19 NEWS CURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEÜRMtCO Extracted From the Files of the Caldwell-NeWs Chronicle Dated April, 29nd, 1904 Rain fell over the county Friday and it was a fine one, the Hix cor- respondent Wrote. The weather is pretty and fair again and the cold ao far hasn't injured anything, we farm- ers are happy and elated, even if we do have to work almost day and night. The cotton crop is now practically all planted, and with ffw exceptions the atand is good. Corn is doing nicely and is as good as could be wished. Irish potatoes are looking some bet- ter but the proospects yet are none .4oo promising. The farmers are all be- hind with their work and labor Is in great demand. From the first oí March until Saturday, the stores here has bought 486 dozen eggs. Center Point correspondence had the following to say with reference to crops: We say it with emphasis that we never had finer pronpects for this time of the year; just think of corn being...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 26 April 1929

Page • THE CALDWELL NEW8 Friday, April 26. 1929 I —STAGE AT BRYAN ALL SET Your Banker Knows- A GOOD PROPOSITION WHEN HE SEES ONE If you're thinking of undertaking some business project of your own—something that will require considerable money—the best ■an in the world to consult is your local Banker. He constantly has his fingers on the market's pulse and is trained by long experience to render sound comtsel in commercial affairs. Let Your Bank Help You. (Continued from page one) METHODIST PEOPLE TO OEM) mSIDHG trains accompanied by bands. Long- view is planning to send special dele- gation accompanied by the band. Bryan is preparing to entertain the largest crowd ever assembled for an East Texas Chamber of Commerce convention. Business sessions of the _ . _ . _ „ convention, .t which oufttndin*' 1«"J1" *"• ipeakera of .uu and n.tion.1 r pu- "J, ««.<*!« Church of SoMnriU., tation will appaar, '*111 ha haU In «?" ,Fl™' ««>««■< the auditorium of the Fir=! Bapti.t Church of t...

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 — 3 May 1929

i «I* off. This Paper's Circulation Covcr tiic JEptir Coiinty. §al cribef ^faic< Püljr ♦ • i rrTTTTi IXlüi NEWS w« At AM And The Bnrtown County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. TIm Caldwell News. Vol. 1 No. • . CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. FrMay. May S. ltM. Co, Lodger, ToL U. No. 113 Cjtizens Of County To Make A. & M. Pilgrimage T SCHOOL EMISES The Seniora will begin the Com- mencement's festivities by presenting a three-act comedy, "Adam and Eva" in the High School aduditorium at 8 p. m. this evening. The play is the story of a wealthy man, James King, his extravagant family, clingingly dependent upon him and apparently regarding him as bothersome, except when he t>oises hi* pen above a check book. His rela- tives even arrange "with his physi- cian to have him go way on a long trip, so that they may run up bills more freely. The exasperated father puts his young and romantic business manager, Adam S...

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 — 3 May 1929

,.j I * i ti If 8 11 11Í £ '¿M¡ íl I 1^ I y" >■ Membership. In i chaihber of MB merca reminds on* of a certain large —cut order i one respect at leaat: one should seek membership in it and not have to be asked. Todays' Tasty Special SMOKED HAM CREAMY BUTTER VEAL LOAF MEAT 8 KINDS OF CHEESE 5 KINDS OF LUNCHEON MEATS Smith & Manas Dr. N. B. McNott DENTIST OIn Over Harvey's Garas* Caldwell. Tmi JOE I.OVAR JLACKSMITHING WELDING Caldwell, Texas DELCO LIGHTS Frigidaire WATER SYSTEM F. J. Skrabanek Caldwell, Texas Phone 220 Dealer RBUCFFROM Bl I EC iTCMina rlLC9 ta se.eptak wfcan PAZO OmTMBNT to itikrtr la Ha baa R. J. SAVAGE DENTIST Office Upstairs, Bowers CaMweB, TUB CALDWELL NEWS Many East tan ^ " County Agents Are Friday, May S, I3i>. Showing the Way LINING UP FARMERS TO MAKB PRACTICAL DEMONSTRA. TIONS; SO COUNTIES. | CONCENTRATION Lelia Munsell I watched two boys of about the same age in the public library. They had entered together and both took magazines from the rack to r...

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 — 3 May 1929

**l$k IVMnf, May S, 1929. TBI CALDWELL NEWS f4-P. i • CITATION BT PUBLICATION W STATE OF TEXAS ^-To The Ctriff mt Any CmtaUc of Burl*, i Canty Tena: You are commanded hereby to Ommon Ellen Terrell and her hus- land Robert Terrell, if they be living Ad the unknown heirs of said Ellen terrell and Robert Terrell, if they, * either of them, be dead; Minerva {rant and her husband Sam Grant, t they be living and the unknown K irs of said Minerva Grant and Sam «rant, if they, or either of them be lead; Ardella Turner Jones «"i her tusband Ben Jones, if they be living, Did the unknown heirs of said Ar- lel!a Turner Jones and Ben Jones, if they, or either of them, be dead; 21ara Ann Brownlee and her hus- >and Andrew Brtfwnlee, if they be iving, and the unknown heirs of Tiara Ann Brownlee and Andrew Brownlee, if they, or either of them, ae dead; Richard McKinney and his wife Jessie McKinney, if living, and the unknown heirs of Richard Mc- Kinney and Jessie McKinney, if they, or either of t...

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 — 3 May 1929

Á'd THE CALDWELL NEWS County C. I. CBOMAITUt, at the Caldwell, Texas Put Office, 8. 1879. by the Caldwell Newe and Burleson County Ledier. fmm Wmk snd Mnln twets, Caldwell, Tense. 1 Year: In Cowty |1J0; Ont of par line per tech. -10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter aU notices carried under this head most be accompanied Ijy ♦ e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at ternsy placing each notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can as longer sceept for publication such matter and wait until estates are settled Up or eases flnslly adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 esata per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 seats per Une for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. WHEN FORESIGHT IS BETTER THAN HINDSIGHT Responsibility For "Running WikT of Children is Ours <*r JMdny. Arfl 18 "Where there is no vision, the people perish." In these days of large cities, sprawling out over the countryside, city planning, town ...

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

•* I * ' I «t* *1# *4. • * < « I * ♦ ♦ i > f * * # % * 4 • * TP CAtPWpLt HfW CALDWBLL NSWS CLASSIFIED jUS FOB 8AL$~One Ford track in good condition. C. A. Wolman, Caldwell. Tow 6-17-c FOR SALE—Two good Jersey milk ceñan. 8.1. Piwctz. — TAKEN UP—One dark brown horse mule 16 hands high; about 9 or 10 years old; Weights 1000 or 1100 Iba.; has collar marks on both sides and top. W. J. Ripple, Deanville. 5-17-p. FOR SALE CHEAP—Piano and liv- ing room suite. See Mrs. L. Seigle. tí For Tombstones, Markers, Copingn and all Concrete jobs let me figure with you. T. C. Easley, contractor. STRAYED—One brown horse mule, branded K on left side. Bothering me. Frank Surovik. 6-3-p. FOR SALE—Porto Rica Sweet Pota> to slips. Big stock on hand. 4-26-c W. WIEDERHOLD TYPEWRITER FOR SALE Remigton Portable, used $46.00. Remington Portable, latest model, 960.00. Oliver No. 9, $26.00. STONE A HITCHCOCK FOR SALE—Piano and scftving ma- chne. Both in good condition. T. B. Parkhill. '.OST—Two i gallon ...

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 — 3 May 1929

f) m i CALDWELL NEWS Friday, May S, II . IS UKE REN MM Fertilizer Placed Under Crops Is Worldng Wonders Some very favorable report are be Look Now For In- fertile Egg Markets College Station, Aril 80. — It is wise for poultry raiuert to begin now I7 " . . ' to look for markets that will pay a ginning to come to the city with reí- ¡um for infertile for with erence to commercial fcrtillier that is romin„ f w __ t "Wmét WW «pro tk. r d b.ta, UMd exMn.lr.ly throurhout tl>. f<nn UMy ^ ^ criminated against in price because . _ . „ . . ^ . A. . , of the wide prevalence of fertile egg , of Dood, Mead 4 Co., ney community, one of the greatest ppoduMrs who fo„ow th# good man. wwww v M«vt — DVHIK ui I derived from Sargon," recently de-: COUnty. one of the largest school book pub- lishing houses in America, B. H. GORDON to b. .«folly di *ppoint*d and and sick. He bought several sacks and placed some of it under four acres ¡^"^^enU to of corn and left the balance, or twelve or fiftetn acre...

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 — 3 May 1929

■ridsy, Msy S. M . the caldwell news T r/ < Hi \ KOI f I therRecoP V s. t.VM * ./ ¡. ■ {' x vi ,4f% B r, j ft * *, over 500.000 New Six Cylinder CHEVROLETS since Jan. Is* Sweeping constantly ahead to greater and great- er heights of popularity... making and breaking new records of success with impressive regu- larity ... the new Chevrolet Six has established one of the most remarkable records in automo- tive history—more than 500,000 on the road since January 1st! Not only does this brilliant accomplishment surpass the greatest record that Chevrolet has ever achieved in the past—but it brings to Chev- rolet the significant honor of having built in only four months a greater number of six-cyl- inder cars than any other manufacturer has ever produced in an entire year! Even with such a record to focus attention upon the outstanding value of the Chevrolet Six— many people still do not appreciate what "a Six in the price range of the four" actually means! To such persons, considerati...

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 — 3 May 1929

m I. P%; ÉPi" I ' W' to be published one* each week for a period of ton day* before the return day hereof, in a newspaper of general circvlaticn, which haa been continuoualy and regularly published for a period of not lesa than one year in said Burleson County, a Copy of the following notice: THE STATE OF TEXAS To all persons interested in the Estate of Paul B. Hifgason, Deceased, C. A. Dipple has filed in the County Court of Burleson County, an appli- cation for the Probate of the last Will and Testament of said Paul B. Higgason, Deceased, filed with said application, and Letters of Testamen- tary which will be heard at the next term of said Court, commencing on the First Monday in May, A. D. 1929, the same being the 6 day of May A. D. 1929, at the Court House thereof, in Caldwell, at which time all persons interested in said Estate may appear and contest said application, should they desire to do so. HEREIN FAIL NOT, but have you before said Court on the said first da> of the n...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 May 1929

Friday, May: S, 191 . THE CALDWELL NHWi am Hw i;: J nun FURMING PROVES BENEFIT TO LOCAL FARMER 52 ■ w tae J. ,C. Brymer Is Making Good With Hi Purebred White Leghorn! MANUFACTURE OF CORN SUGAR AIDS FARM PROSPERITY gf con In tho •ad allied prod* tho problem Poultry farming • gradually com- ing to be or.c oí the principal branch- « oí farming ir. the county. Millions of eggs are produced annually. One of the biyjest poultry farm- V* in the county i¡> J. C. (Carl) Bry- mer, a resident jum? eight miles West of Caldv: -ll, Mr. Brymer became interested in poultry las' .March, one year ago, up- on hia return from the second an- nual pilgrimage to the A. & M. Col- lege. There he visited all the poultry ilepartmcr'.s and gained the inspira- tion and formed his ideas of his busi- ness. Upon 1. i return home, he invest- ed in a thousand more chicks, built him some modern houses and estab- lished his business. Today he has approximately 600 pure-bred laying hens which are producing him a...

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