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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 June 1929

i r iclTil r fí A GO /D Banker Knows^S^JL PROPOSITION WHE?, HE SEES ONE If you're t!iinking of undertaking some business project of your itching thit will require considerable Money—the best In Ik" world fo consult is your local Banker. He constantly has fingsrs on the market's pulse and is trained by long experience to render sound counsel in commercial affairs. Lot Your Bank Help You. —O 0—0—O—O— The First St&te Bank Caldwell, Texas Mrs. G. P. Easley Entertains The Bridge Club Mrs. C. E. Croma rtie entertained Saturday noon with a three course luncheon at her home to announce the engagement of her niece, Miss Ruth Hilliard to Dr. Guy Knolle of Houston. The wedding will take place June 18. Ping roses of delicate hue were used for the decoration of the living and dining rooms where tail baskets and bowls held many of these beautiful flowers. The dining table was cen- tered with a three tier rose bowl containing a mound of sweet peas and pink roses placed upon a reflec tor. Pink ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 June 1929

mm Thl Ormlarton Cover* the Entire County. ♦ i * * a • s # I , • i * Kaap talari ■ad about yaw County. Subscribo to The Nawa. THE CALDWELL NEWS W Will Btrivo To Year Caafldeaco Aft il Tim* Ml And The Burleson County Ledger Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 44, No. Ill A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, Friday, June SI, 1919. The Caldwell N*ws, Vol. t, No* T5. Local Band To Stage Concert Here Tomrrow Night Editor's Column Each week reflects improved con- ditions throughout the county follow- ing the recent rains that temporarily demoralized farming and incidentally business. Things are whipping fast back into shape everywhere. Farmers have struggled hard with their crops and aio shaping them up in good form most everywhere. Business reflecto a much better tone. Th • past w<ek has been what may be termed a week of attainment and prognes. Dry Weather Past Two Weeks Beneficial To All Crops BIG IMPROV...

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 — 21 June 1929

EW8 _ Clean The Granary mmi worms cause much havoc if got into stores of flour or meal, but püioJk .fflfn nps nf, refuqt in mili*, warehyuses, an^ granaries will prevent their becoming es •ays the U. & rfepa culture. They arc found number m aem*nu)ati— of refuse meal, grain, and «weepings in mills and under the litter of chicken-housea. In commercial plunts infested mater- ^ granaries will ning Established, irtnielt of Mgri- found in latest air gases or by aml>}«ctitirH<to a tem- pature ofl&O degrees F. for an hour or longer. ®ft: n meal woems are smgr Hann ^f®oli where a Wren hit me." Sanders: "Are you sure there was an "r" in it?" ^ ^ It ^M^ñÉmiicSfr at Business Men Partners With 4-H Club Boys Providence Church Notes "Inside" Information Quanah—Sub-irrigation of gardens by use of lath tiles is being demon- ted by eight members of the rdeman county home demonstration cl* s. The system ia cheap and easy to install and promotes plant groSvth without the usual baking and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 June 1929

Friday. Jm 11. lttt TO CALDWELL NEWS * ► 9 í M « No "Breaking In" Methods For New Model "A" Fords Preciaion manufacturing and an unusual degree of importance which the Ford Motor Company attaches to the inspection of Model A cars has gone far to eliminate that tedious process known sa the "breaking in" of r new automobile. On the Vrindshields of the new model A aro directions which suggest a driving speed limit for the ftrst 600 miles of 36 miles per hour. Thia is in marked contrast to the old line of instructions which cautioned against a speed of more than 20 or 26 milek an hour for at least 1,000 miles. Exceed heat is the most destructive agency which may effect an outomo- bile, particularly in the first several hundred miles it is driven. Friction is mainly responsible for overheating, and a piston that is fitted too tightly may seize and in turn score the cylin- der wall. This means an expensive repair job. Careful machining of engine parts, such as cylinder blocks, pistons, ca...

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 — 21 June 1929

4 >'W> TOT CALDWELL NEWS Friday, Ihm SI, l 8t if THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burbion County Ledger C. E. CROMA RTIE. Editor end Publisher u second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under el Congress, March 8, 1879. weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Tesas. I Year: la Ceoaty ~ 91J0; Out of Ceuaty—. 9840 Advertising Batee, per inch. >er line 86c ...10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head I be accompanied by t e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can accept for publication such matter and wait until estate* are settled er eaeea finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 ite per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. HE-ELECT OE MOUTH HONORED Hix News Mies Marguerite Lane returned last week from Tri...

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 — 21 June 1929

>; i # « # i ♦ • • $ • % * 4 % # ffMajr, Jnt ti, lft TU CALDWELL NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS ¡ Caldwell Lion* LOST—At the Magnolia station or somewhere from the ntation going on the Milano road, a knitted bag containing several fine pairs of la- dies' and children's shoes. Finder pleaae leave at Magnolia station, by Tuesday, and receive reward. Otto Seidle. FOR SALE—Residence ntAv occupied by H. W. Bates. Address S. H. Tanner P. O. Box 743, Baytown, Texas. (7-4c FOR SALE—Piana in good shape. A bargain for someone. T. C. Easley. FOR RENT—Dwelling across from echool, recently occupied by C. E. Cade. Hot and cold Vater. H. P. Woodson. (<S-21c) FOR SALE3—Nice ripe peaches. J. C. Beseda, New Tabor, Route 2. (6-21) For Rent—The H. Alford home. Re- cently repapered and repaired. D. L. Alford and Miss Lizzie Alford. tf FOR SALE— Fifteen jewel Elgin Watch. White Gold case with chain to match. Practically new. Cheap for cash. See Howard Morrison at Cald- well Ne ws office. (tf) (Continued from ...

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 — 21 June 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday, Jut tl. IMS I I* - «Independence Dates" While the 4th of July is the date of the celebration of American Inde- pendence, and a legal holiday in every state, history records several other datas of importance in the consoma- tien of the politfeal act and the final of the document known as of Independence. It ia Interesting to note these various dotas, and the transactions which hi imghl the matter to conclusion. Richard Henry Lee of Virginia on 4nat 7, 1776, moved a resolution in the O sural Congress "that these Unllsd Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent |M Thomas Jefferson was nam- of a committee to draft a declaration to the efect of the resolu- tion. At this point Jefferson enter- ed actively upon the scene by being entrusted to draft the document. The actual resolution Was adopted by the Congress on the second day of July, hut Jefferson's "Declaration" was formally adopted July 4, and so reads but it is not signed until on varying...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 June 1929

c¡$& xs**^8* T J More mileage, more pep, more power—that's what you \ get in every drop of the new and better Texaco. For here isa gasoline which vaporizes so readily that it forms a "dry gas"-a volatile mixture of gasoline and air which responds instantly to the action of the spark. The NEW and BETTER TEXACO OAS O L I N E ^O/. The new and better Texaco does everything a premium gasoline is supposed to do, yet costs no more than ordinary gasoline. You actually get premium performance at a saving to you of three cents or more a gallon. Try it today! You will notice the difference. THE TEXAS COMPANY TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS A DRY HIGH TEST GASOLINE At no extraprice , ■ ¿i a NEW and TEXACO Gasoline and Texaco Motor Oil Nay Be Obtained From The Following Reliable Dealers: Harvey & Son Homeyer Bros. J. J. Macat E. A. Ahrens Ben Prochazka Joe F. Hejl Cha*. Kovar H. H. Rockett Hugh Porter Berry Smith CHRIESMAN-- Joe Adamek Chas. Boedeker LYONS-- R. F. Wuencher Lena Piwonka BIRCH- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 June 1929

TBI CALDWELL NEWS Friday, Juae II, ltlf ■IP Your Banker Knows- A GOOD PROPOSITION WHEN HE SEES ONE It jwa'rc thinking of undertaking tome business project of your own—eonething that will require considerable money—the beet Jbn in the world to toiuult is your local Banker. He constantly his fingers on $fm urkefs pulse and is trslned by long sound counsel In commercial affair*. Let Tour Bank Help You. —o—O—O—-o—o— The First State Bank Caldwell, Texas mUttTKKUil V IMS on H fflMBT HOBSTM mtSICHI NU The marriage of Ruth HllUnrd to Dr. Guy E. Knolle of Houaton was solemnised <tt the home of the bride's i father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Billiard Tuesday afternoon, June 18th, Rev. W. 0. Wright, pastor of the Caldwell Baptist Church perform- ing the ceremony, before only th? members of the immediate family of each. The beautiful Milliard home has his fingers «n the market's pulse and is trainee oy long u j ^a(i been elaborately decorated for elporienciHo Nad* \aound counsel In comme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 June 1929

- *>*>'• I f m / \ ;' i a u flj. I * rf Ajovcg riic tv—nre i / \ ■ / ' * ♦ J 1 v I E iM\ # \ I lop lilNMd iboat INT Coooty. Subscribe to Tfca News. rim^4 liiPf hm r / Wf'íK And The Burleson County Ledger W« WW Strict To- Tit CtliortO News, Vol. S, No. ikly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. Friday, Jane M. 195 . Hurle—n Co. Ltdgtr, Vol 44. No. I . To 4th, Independence!! Editor's Column t % « * J There vu a large crowd of people in town Saturday. It was almost equal to the crowd that came the Saturday before, when one of the largest crtAvds of the summer gather* ed to do their shopping, meet, mis and mingle with friends and acquaint- ances. « • • • The crowd approximated two or three thousand people. The public square and streets were jammed with automobiles. The sidewalks were jammed with people. It was a peas- ant sight. It denoted activity. It stimulated business. • * * Then, there was a larg...

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 — 28 June 1929

1 I and Hone Skew At Stale Fair Jm tl,—A world champion f^u§ üí r—binad korM show and ttjrli mw will be featured in th^ Livestock Fair of Texa% to T. E. Mi 9of * ard, secretary of the The heno ehtfw and style revue witt ho eae of the moat elabórate entertainments of i ta kind ever stag- pd to thia country. Committem ore now working on pinna for the horse show under the auperviaion of Otto Heeeld, director in charge. W. T, Jotifcsen, millionaire Wsst Tegs* «OtOemen will produce the **s "Corral meet" comas Chevrolet Starting Abttity Well Explained The cold poop of General Motora Research Laboratorio designed to put ear* through toa ta in freezing tem- peraturea ia one of the ehief reasons presiden^, ^ ^ heralded abtMty of the Chev- ive much to do in deciding the championships for 1929. that we apa other ■sptSS" GaUwolL iS Todays' Tasty Spocinl SMOKED HAM CREAMY BUTTER TEAL LOAF MEAT S KINDS OF CHEBSE • Emus OF LUNCHEON MEATE Saltk ft Manas Dr. N. B. iclfnti Oflee Over Harvey's Garage ...

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 — 28 June 1929

I* # , w .4 * ♦ i % * I •i • % # /• ♦ % { + 4 I I 111 Friday, Jane , in . THE CALDWELL NEWS pi«« a COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS «60 Extracted From the File of the Caldwell-News Chronicle Dated June, 17th, 1904 Chriesman writing stated that last came in |o attend the roping contfat. Friday wag a beautiful sunny day, The display of vegetables wat very just suited for our picnic. The ladies creditable, and soma fine stuff %ra* prepared a splendid dinner. In the shown, com, cabbage, potatoes and afternoon '.:y had two games of onions being especially fine. The ball wit,. Caldwell, the results of prizes were awarded a« follow : Irish both being highly in favor of Chries- potatoes, Hal Runnels; Cabbage, W. man. H. Wright; Onions, H. Speckman; Birch reported a nice shoSver of Beets, W. C. Bain; Tomatoes, H. , , m rain which was greatly needed for Dalkofsky; Corn, Wm. Linack. Canta-i ,, , ® contact with the ivy and the corn. loupe,, H. Spec km an; best general ia,,owed t0,dr*- B? thi« meana 80m...

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 — 28 June 1929

THl CALDWELL NEWS May, !■■« U, !• I r,| r.J c | r | 1 I I ♦ • TEXACO Gtldtn * 4 • ♦ 11 Motor Oil in attractive five gallon containers, f- at an attractive Price 0 ♦ M ü? i A New Whippett Coach Will Be Given Away 0 No O wner of an Automobile, Gas Engine, or other Machinery should miss this opportunity IN AND ASK FOR INFORMATION Good Oil Is Cheaper Than Repair Bills %♦ 4 r \ * V 0 0 * • % % ,* I. i ✓ * #

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 — 28 June 1929

* 4 • # • ♦ 4 #!• • * % ♦ # /■ ^ * v 0 0 t I < ««*♦ % .* r \ * .4* f U PrMtjr, in 2S, lttt. THE CAtDWELL NEWS CLASSIRED US FOK RENT—75 acre prairie farm. Good pasture. Two hundred yards of school. Seo Minnie Moore, Caldwell (7-12-c) FOR RENT—A furnished apartment of two or three rooms. Apply to Mrs. May Bell, Phone 176. (tf-c) FOR SALE—Automatic Westing* house eleetric stove. Moving, muet go quick. L. M. Schliesser. (6-28-pd) . News Personal* Mr. E. F. Hail of Houston cane up to spend Soaday with the family of Mr. H. P. Cobb. H« Jraa accompanied home by hie wife and children, who have been hero on a visit for the past Veek. Mis« Pettis Williams also ae- eompanied them home and will visit there for some time. j i ¿i-, . , o ! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shaffer and , children of McGregor, are guests of Mrs. M. L. Womack and Mrs. J. W. ' Thornton. Mrs. Guy Hill spent her vacation the peat weak With her parents in Waco. Mrs. A. M. Goodwin and sister, Mrs. Coleman have been to Dayton ¿or a...

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 — 28 June 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS ViUay, Jim M. It . ■ft Tfe: l m Bli- r- I REVER Si EOUAl I "I believe I had about the worst ease of stomach trouble in Texas, tat after taking tvro bottles of Sar- gal and one bottle of Sargon Soft Mana Pills, I am in the very pink of «addition. NEED lO-POOT TRAFFIC LANES Many Rural Pavements Now Built 20 Foot Wide; Demand Grows Being Negro Kitchen Contest Committee Makes It's Report WATER FOR THE FARM KITCHEN After many delays, due to sickness, floods, etc., the committee on the kitchen contest for nagroes made the de ¡ir¿TJZ!1«ST.r;skísí««" —<«* ally undergoing readjustment. By E. E. Duffy There are farm water systems to suit every need and fit every pocket- book. A $2.00 pitcher pump fastened to a bracket or shelf at the kitchen I «ink will draw water from a spring, m wvtmm ■ P \ M W. H. NEWBT "Right after every meal I would have sour stomach. I suffered day and night. I was at dinner one day whs* a sharp pain hit me right under my ihrer and extended through ...

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 — 28 June 1929

# L < Am # § > ♦r H * ♦ s ■ « The Spirit of Freedom Han4 in hand with the Spirit of Freedom travels the Spirit of Service. Freedom with- out service lacks much - but working together they constitute a creative force that builds communities and nations. This tremendous force awaits the opportunity to aid us in building this community. Co-operative effort will put this power giant to work for us - now. It is the community which serves best that profits most, and enjoys to the utmost the great spirit of freedom. Our interest in the welfare of this community prompts us to sponsor this message to the people of Caldwell and vicinity. J. F. COBB COMPANY THE STORE OF THE GOLDEN RULE ♦ HARVEY-SCHILLER FURNITURE CO., Inc. YOUR HOME SHOULD COME FIRST CALDWELL. TEXAS J. F. POLANSKY, The Winchester Store WOODSON LUMBER COMPANY HOME HUILDBRS GULF STATES UTILITIES COMPANY * WOMBLE OIL MILL COMPANY y CADE AUTO CCMPANY KARNES-WOTIPKA COMPANY ROSENWASSER'S FIRST IN EVERYTHING HENDLER'S DRY GOOD...

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 — 28 June 1929

Ü' ■ our Banker Knows WITH LOVELY RECEPTION June 20th, immediately rvMftr. Jhm n, xm. GOOD POSITION HE SEES ONE yoa*fo thinking of undertsking «one business project of your «thing that will require considerable money—the best In the vori# to consult is yonr local Banker. He constantly hifl fingers ji^tlw market's polas and Is trained by long * to render sound counsel in commercial affairs. Lot Your Bank Help You. —O—O 0 0 0— The First St&te B&nk Caldwell, Texas Mr. John Jancik went to BellviUe Wednesday ko attend a big barbecue. H i • daughter, Mrs. Trinkman,' brought him home by way of auto,! Thursday morning. I Thursday Night Club Enjoys Pleasant Outing Tues. Eve. The Thornton farm at Cook'* Point, seven miles northeast of the city, was th? scu cf a pleasant and ::ooyab's social occasion Tuesday evening, wíen iho membe.i of t *o "Tuuraday Night" club entertained camp fashion. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cherry were host and hostess. Six or seven couple* attended. The setting for th...

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 July 1929

! é i ft I 1 i • 1 This ÍU t¡ r,.. HMIí/lf 'ti£ kilf^} }".*!*> ft (1 '* > MI? > Ktap "tafmid about jour~Co«ty. Subscriba to tUi N *#i U '• r Ulfl' i "i 'l 'tj ■ «¡ ¡t * í : g *m <£. ISÉ i É .jr% . & I rilít ' ítUMkjtttli ,|f " ' jeui.ífc ' ■ üuidí rl Y :t ' U>%. ■v" í'JKÜ •i > <«* ''Mr.1'j ■; WtWUI Strive* Ywr rwflifM Ai. j — ■ ■ W>' «"4! j;.. And The Burleson County Ledger "TI TI feUvttt Newt. Vol. 2. No. 77. eekly Newspaper Devoted Untféserve =si ment and Upbuilding of Burleson County. • r v r CALDWELL. BURLESON COUN riday. JjjJy . « ~ ■' *1" ■! *W 11 " -urrií.. i ül'—i . cllfil «llP—É' ' "J... t Biu-tawn Co. Ledger. Vol. 44. No. U1.,Us!, ' ■' '*■ ' - W. ! •. ■ Deposits l;M % iiiifv -n .i Editor's Wonderful Rain Falls Over The County This Week The city observed National Indepen- dcnce Day yesterday •Tha atores all closed and there Would have been a general good time enjoyed. The rain that fell in the morning and again in the afternoon broke into moat ev...

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 — 5 July 1929

i m 1 i I i i % . HE CALDWELL NEWS And The Bnrlcton County C. B. CROM ARTIE, Editor aad PabUsher US. CALDWELL natter at the Caldwell, Texas Pott Offloe, under Mt of CMfteii, March 3, 1879. sr. weekly by Ike Caldwell News and Burleson Coontjr Ledger, Caldwell, Ttpas. 1 Tear: te CoMrtr—$1J0; Out ef per line .10c XJEOAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this hood M>| he accompanied by ♦ e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can accept for publication such matter and wait until estate* are settled m finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rato of 10 I per Une of 8 point type will be charged for the first Insertion and > i per Mae for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. Drawing Summer Trade At this time of year When people are driving ao much in their auto- mobiles, there is a great chance for an enterprising store to draw in new trade. If it advortises freely, its notices a...

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 — 5 July 1929

Friday, July Si , ltlt TBI CALDWELL NEWS I > % V V t I I > h >¡p i « ' > % * ¡m # CURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Extracted From the File of the Caldwell-Newt Chronicle Dated July 1st, 1904 Fine mini were reported over the county the pact week. Volney «aid, "We have had several light rains this week which *were not needed and we fear will help the boll weevil." His stated the recent rains have made the corn crop and the yield Will be the largest for years and many observing farmers says that com will sell for twenty-five cents. Cot- ton is looking fine and doing well but as to what the crop Will be it is impossible to tell. The weevils are doing more damage than ever before; all crops are good. R. D. Arundell this week purchas- ed of F. A. King the Giesecke place northwest of ttfarn, containing 188 acres, and Mr. Arundell expects to make a first-class truck farm out of it, and will plant fall crops of potatoes and other truck crops and get the...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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