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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 July 1929

I f " i i i T«1 CALDWELL NEWS Friday, July fIb, Mrs. li Carl Ptortttr Entertains 44T Club t> í ■ #fth Lovely Party """TI. D. 192®, ill# my application in the above entitled sad numbered cause for an order of the county Judge of Burleson County, Texas, authorising of Mid >■ Mn. J. Earl Porter maintained her - ' rtpulitfon ad a eery charming host* «ia Friday afternoon when she fnter- ' u5iV,laiditf i*e "Forty-two" chib. There bJ MlW Vwjii tables and each guest found 1 eé from ihe «core pad which colonial lady who held bouquets Each guest took a bou- designated hér place. ptétty home on Buck street attractively decorated with W&aU Daisies and crepe myrtle •'J'"" whlai are hi full bloom at this aea- il'i i 111 "3 " • Several interesting games of "42" inddlgéd In. Three games were played at each table before progress r,f ing, p e couple who won the major _ ity progressed to the next tabe.. ~ "V9^^iciou* iA «JT 1U JCM if.: __ lie and were served riibst attract- ively, and consis...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 July 1929

f' f 1 h * f 9 I • * i ! * % # % w f \ Friday, July SlU. 1129 •m THE CALDWELL NEWS ' Mm ivi. . D3 it S A • -v-rr CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT—75 acre prairie farm. Good pasture. Two hundred yards of schooL 9m Minnie Moore, Caldwell. ,^-W-c) FOR RENT—A furnished apértment of two or three rooms. Apply to Mrs. May Bell, Phone 176. (tf-c) LOST—At the Magnolia station or Somewhere from the station going on the Milano road, a knitted big containing several fine pairs of la- dies' and children's short. Finder jrttUB' tesve at Magnolia station, by Taesday, and' receive reward. Otto a*** , , /.;• SALE—Residence n¿w occupied by H. W. Bates; Address 8. H. Tanner P. 0. Box 743, Baytown, Tetas. (7-4c FOR SALE-rFi#na in good shape. * A bargain ler someone. T. C. Eersley. • - - ■ ■ ■' ■■ •' •" "Pór ?Renf-^The H. Alford heme. Re- cently repapered andrepafted. D. L. Aiford and Misa Liaste Alfond. tí FOR SALE— Fifteen jewel Elgin Watch. White Gold case with chain to match. Practically new. fcheap for Howa...

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 — 5 July 1929

3 THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday. July St*. II May Consumption Cement Shows Material Increase Austin, Texas, Jum 27.—Product- ion of Portland cement ia Texas was materially increased during May, but the statistical position of the indus- try was weakened considerably, ac- cording to Bervaid Nichols, editor of Ui Taw Business Review, issued monthly by the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas. "A total of 615,000 barrels wsa turned out la May by Texas mills, against 622,000 barrels in April and 181,000 barrels in May, 1926," Mr. Nichols said. "Shipments were 668- 600 barrels, compared to loadings of 626,000 barrels in April and 610,- 000 haisela in May a year ago. Stocks on Juno 1 were reported at 686,000 barrels against only 389,000 barrels on the sama data last year, or a gain of 87 1-2 por cent." •;r É I Sunny Squiblets The musicians announce musical treats, but retreats are often nec- essary on the part of the audience. When the pot calls the kettle black ia politics, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 July 1929

i * 0 (01SM ORLOim If ftnyone told you that one single mtdl^M had relieved tena of thouapnds of iuffering men and wo* man hi all walka of life of their health troublea and that it had put thouaanda of other men and women unable to find «elief back to work, it would aound impossible, wouldn'e it? But that ia just exactly what b happening right here in thia atate. Not only has it brought them new. found health and strength, but it haa given them nsftv energy, new vitality nd a new leaae cn life itself. In lany caaes, the results have been ao i «maskable that many people have bought it and sent it to frienda in other states while thousand! haw written grateful lettera of praise. Ths wonderful aucceea that Saigon and Sargon Soft Mas# Pilla have achieved in only one year'a time aim- ply staggers the imagination. In the atate of California alone where it waa introduced on April 16 of thia year, it has required the aston- ishing total of nine solid carloads— or more than 200,000 bottles—to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 5 July 1929

s v i PriiM. Jily Sift. Iff uartet Local Golfers Satisfy Fond Desires ÁJtífrÚZ íW* mm msmom pí*í?W nUüii that will require fatsidarahle ir loeal Baaker. He caaataatly 1 la ite wacM ta caaaalt U 9: '¿ •• o V & Ml ercial affair*. sound counsel comal Half Day Friday Afteraoon Trying Golf Course of Neighbpring C^tjr Fulfilling plans contemplated and much talked about the past three months, bankers Nelms and Womfcile accompained by deacon Cobb and Three y,( mayor-editor Cromartie journeyed to . J t „J¿7 $ ft . ..rly Pr;d.y Mmm. ¡j * gave that city'p magnificent golf 1 •***? course at the couii . uine * ioi News Persoa^k<; w* , *— - m^e Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Carroll of Housr ton aite-visiting Mrs. ,W. C. Carroll. San Antonio are spending ten days cityv*ue8te^of their father and ¡her, tifa. and Sirs. T. H. Brewer. Mn. J. Louis Giddings and Wallace, returned to Ni with Mrs. Jolin Campl ter 'who have been Mr. a C. Nelms ar*L X, B. Parkhill iw w cm wm ww&v. r~ A dr Mr. and Mrs. J will...

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 — 12 July 1929

This Paper's Circulation Covers the Entire County. «ifólV "itl Imp Informed «beat Canty. Subscribe to Tk* News. THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger We Will Strive To Merit Tmt CMÍUean Al AM A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Co. Ledger, Vol. 44. No. 122. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS. Friday. July It. 19 . The Caldwell News, Vol. 1, No. 19. Editor's Column Special Election To Amend Constitution To Be Held 16 4 VOTERS OF THE COUNTY DID STATE URGED TD CO TO POLLS MO VOTE One Amendment Is To Increase Supreme Court Members; Other Is To Hike Governor's Pay Next Tuesday a special election to determine ¿ whether or not the members of the Supreme Court of the State shall be increased from three There is a strong sentiment devel- oping favorable to good roads. That is encouraging, but sentiment alone will not procure them. It takes con- certed action—co-operation. That is the Way the other counties get them. That is t...

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 — 12 July 1929

^ 11 l. " f' ■ 1 jJ.' THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. B. CROMARTIE. Editor and Publisher Entered u second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Pest Office, under act of Congress, March I. 1879, . Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burlasen County Ledger, lar Buck and Main 8treets, Caldwell, Texas. • 1 Year: to County |1.80; Out el Ceuaty Advertising Bates, per inch Readers, per line -18c „10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head must be accompanied by t e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- torney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estate are settled up 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 8 cents per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. Chances To Make Money There are a lot,of people Who think th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 July 1929

Friday, July It. TBS CALDWELL NEWS • IURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE TEARS ASO Young, Friend, Make COTTON LEAF This Salary Yours WORM APPEARS Here are fact that will encourage College Station—The cotton leaf- you: Our written employment record* worm hat appeared in moderate num- of the Dallas office, showing tha bars in parta of Nuecea county and Extracted From the Files of the Cajdwell-N.w. 'STÜ.rSS*^ Chronicle Dated July 8th, 1904 Writing from Hix, the correspond- ent, Uncle Ben, stated that a number of heavy rains had fallen here within the past few days and all farm Hrork Tha Sheriffs Sale State of Texas, County show they have averaged two stu- county, and while the situation does dents for every school day thus far not necessarily mean that Texas Will this year. Our records alao shcPw that suffer an early and general destruct- a number of calla were received for,iva infestation of this inaect, it our graduates and we had no grad- should be closely watched, acc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 July 1929

.THE CALDWfcxA NEWS muí, im1$ iK tm HixNews Dr. and Mr*. R. B. Llttk of Tunii pasta of W. E. Gorman nd family Sunday. ■4k Grover Martin and >on and Mr. Ollio Lee Griawold of Dallas wore ▼talttnf Monda hero laat week-end. * P. W. Jannett and family, J. E. Mfhy and family and Mr. V. J. Sparks spent tbo Fourth at the latter*! farm near Cameron picnic Wf. Ml—i Lola and Wllma German visited frieada in Snook apd Tunis feat wit Ml wwfc Mr. Morris White of Beaumont %aa visiting relatives here Sunday. Mils Edith Porter returned home Monday after an extended visit to Hamilton and other points. She was accompanied home by Miss Dixie Barnes of San Marcos. Misa Bernice Thorpe waa.a Cause viaitor laat weak. Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Stubba of Chil- ton ara viaiting W. E. Thorpe and family. Mr. C. R. Terry and children and Mra. W. B. Tarry want to Hearne Sunday to visit Mm. C. R. Terry Who is just out of the Oliver hoapital after a serious operation. She expects to remain with her mother, Mrs. J. E. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 July 1929

fMáay, J«ly 11,1M THE CALDWELL NEWS % " CUSSIRED MS FOR RENT—Front south room, clow in Phone 172. (7-2<J-p) FOR SALE—My home. Will trade tor «mailer place. Ben Hill <7-26p) FOR SALE—Forty acre prairie farm one mile from town, kncftrn aa the Joe Krietoff place. Ideal location and a splendid small farm. Ako 70-acre larm five miles from town qb ths Tunis road. New land, new miilan house and barn. Liberal terras on both places. C. B. Oliver. (8-1-e) FOR RENT—A furnished apartment of two or three rooms. Apply to Mrs. May Bell, Phone 176. (tf-c) FOR SALE—Piana in food shape. A bargain fur someone. T. C. Em ley. FOR SALE— Fifteen jewel Elgin Watch. White Gold case with chain to match. Practically new. Cheap for cash. See Howard Morrison at Cald- well Nctora office. (tf) FOR SALE—Modern home in Cald- well, four and half years old. Terms as low as $30 per month plus inter- est. Woodson Lumber Company, Phone 6. .tfc EYES EXAMINED—Glasses fitted. Dr. F. R. Dunn, Licensed Optóme- trust of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 July 1929

i THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday. Jal? If, ltlt Sheriff s Sale Tin Sarta of Tasas, County of Bnrlmn By virtue of a certain Order of Sala issued oat of the Honorable District Court of Burleson County, on the 2nd day of July, 1920, by P. A. Ellis, dark of said Court against J. R. Whatley, Lens Whntloy, Joseph Wondraah and C. A. Bain, for the p«p«r printed and published at sum of 1468.76 with interest thereon Caldwell, SUtc of Texas, on the 12th from August 2, 1927 at the rate of day of July, 1929. tan per cent per annum, and the further sum of 916.16 cost of court RESOURCE8 accrued in the County Court of Bell Loang and dileount(, on Texas, and costs of suit, in perRonaI or collateral No. 10,622 in said Court, styled gecurity $ 85,838.10 Nal Johnson versus J. R. Whatley, LoanB 8ecured by real et al and placed in my hands for ser-, egtatc NO. «66 OFFICIAL STATEMENT ef Financial Condition of the First State Bank AT LTONS State of Texas, st the close af busi- ness on the 19th dsy of June, 1929,...

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 — 12 July 1929

PvUftf. Jaljr It. ti r'fjw ras calowill mnro i > tf ti i 4 t % w 5 5 ¡ s s ,1* i K We say Uhere never was a better gasT,. «•Pi "Super-this"anti-that"—"special-this", " premium-thatcompare the performance of any gasoline with that of the new and better Texaco. Then you will understand why Texaco is so popular not only right here but all over the U. S. from Coast to Coast, from the Border to the Gulf! The new and better Texaco Gasoline is ere never was a better oill. . specially refined to form an active vaporized mixture of gasoline and air, a dry gas, which ignites instantly and burns completely. i i 1 Texaco Golden Motor Oil is refined from carefully selected crudes only. It is full bodied as it feels, pure as it looks, free from gritty* carbon-forming elements which cause an engine to falter and lose power. TEXACO CASOUNE TEXACO MOTOR OIL Power must be dry Gasoline should be dry This High Test Gasoline Sold at Every Texaco Pump The following friendly dealers will be glad to ser...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 12 July 1929

•^rr Til CALDWELL NIWB Your tanker Knows- A GOOD PROPOSITION WHEN HE SEES ONE ji\ jV V you've Múokiag of ntoltUai nm buaineea. project of your l^l ilwiftln Hat will racalre considerable aoney—the total mi ta Ik* erifl to MMNdi I your local Banker. Imm My íhwm mtta aaorkefa pala and if traían by asperiMca to *IÍ|o? W caaaa« to- coa ontal Lai Taar Baak Half Taa. ^o o J The First State Bank Caldwell, Texas affair*. Mr. and Mrs. T. 6. Scott Entertain With Lovely Evening Party A delightful hoepltaltty ed the friends of Mr. and Scott whan they entertained royally at their home Friday There were tome four tabica of and five tablea of "forty two" aaaembled in the Uvtaf room and reception hall which bind been moat elaborately decorated to rcpreeeat a typical Fourth of July. &aÜ white and blue bunting formed potUa^ la the archway between the living room and hall and from ohanderlieni ware aaa* Methodist Vacation Bible School Closes Sptvial Com—cement Eiertim Obaerved Wednaaday Evening of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 19 July 1929

This, Paper's Circulation Covert the Entire County. Subscribers Imp Informed about yaw County. to Tho Now . And The Burleson County Ledger '• 4 l'vK. ' >"í ' "•*' Hmkt -wfe «Mg To MotH At AS • I: ' Í A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Co. LedSer, Vol. 44, No. 133. CALDWELL. BURLE80N COUNTY. TEXAS. Friday. July 1 . 133 The Caldwell Mows. Vol. 3. No. 73. Two Amendments Carry Here, Lose Over is 4 Editor's Column ♦ i That the fall season is fast approach ing Is vouched for by the fact that managements of many lines of busi- nesses are alert to preparing for th* harvest. Ginners are getting buey. The oil mill company is rushing its improvements through to handle muah of the cotton seed crop. Far- mers everywhere are looking around for room to store the bumper feed crops. Some few are looking for* word to building new homes. Several of the business men are considering a more extensive advertising cam- paign. to go after their p...

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 — 19 July 1929

'life/: £jj¿¡. _% ^ ñi éjdmntLL «faws rrMsy. Mj If, Iff# I r ! r I , I I c I r,| r.| r.| r | r { r | r | , | r | r | , | r| r | r | r | r | Ford All r I ' I ' 1 ■ I ' I ' I ' I ■ I ! < I • I ' I ' I r I , I , I , I r | < | r, , I , I of all New Cars sold to owners in the state of Texas in MAY 1929 were Model A Fords / ' % 1 ft *r |t% 4 Read these facts and figures taken from the Texas State Highway Records for May 1929 i 4 "fI May 1929 Compared with May 1928 FORD GAINED 4,700 Car Sales Next Car.... LOST 484 Car Sales Next Car LOST 524 Car Sales STUDY THESE FIGURES- Learn why Ford is not only leading the field, but is leaving all competition by leaps and bounds. WHY Learn why 40 out of every 100 new cars sold in Texas in May, 1929, were Ford Model A cars. WHY Learn why almost one-half of all new automobiles sold in Detroit in the month of May, 1929, were Ford Model A cars. WHY Learn why a good portion of these New Ford sales are to people who once owned big, heavy cars. LEARN T...

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 — 19 July 1929

Friday, My It, ItM TU CALDWELL NEWS Pw a t {♦ f * '# i rl <r h* ! i 4 t k i 4 tl r i f 41* H ♦ I'* CURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS ASO Sheriff Sale The State of Texas, County of Burleson. By virtue of a certain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable Extracted From the File, of the Caldwell-New. «¡J* Chronicle Dated July 15th, 1904 "Pen," the DeanviUe correspondent stated the weather deserves special treatment in stronger speech than our church creed will permit us to indulge; never-the-less, it *iH sc- complish some good if it holds up to the present temperature for a few days, for it will destroy more Mrs. R. S. Bowers Pleasing Hostess "Forty-Two" Club The "Forty-two" Club spent an afternoon of much enjoyment with'' Clint D. Lewis as Mrs. R. S. Bowers as hostess on Fri-1 Burleson County, Texas, did, on the on the 2tth day of June, 1929, by J. C. Gengler, clerk of said Court against W. N. Green for the sum of One Thousand One Hundred Fifty- Eight and 99...

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 — 19 July 1929

♦ # THE CALDWELL NEW8 Friday. Jaly It. 1 ♦ ♦ TWO BIG BARGAIN DAYS Owtag H the papalarit y af the New On will Ms, w* hav# s aid stack af «Mi UgkHdui aaad can. All af ay tkaanai arilas of toft ia Ob FRIDAY aad SATURDAY ©' we in galag to pal iptdil tlMM cat*. Yaa caaaat if U nlM tMs Me apportaaltjr y mi «ut la bay ar aot, eoaie bargains over. 19S4 FORD COUPE—Mechaai- cally perfect, 4 new Ursa, I1IS.R IMS CHEVROLET and looks like COUPE— new, aew 9275.00 1914 tiiaa FORD TOURING — New all round, food battery, , etc. 91M.M 1928 CHEVROLET TRUCK— Perfect aiechanical condition. Jaat the track that you need, $309.00 19M FORD TOURING —New paint, five good balloon tires, runs perfect $225.00 1928 CHEVROLET TRUCK— Clasad cab, good body, four speed troaaarfsaioa. Perfect condition. Price $395.00 1924 FORD TRUCK- bay for -A real good $75.00 1928 CHEVROLET TOURING— N,«w Duco paint, guaranteed to give satisfactory service, $205.00 1924 FORD TOURING — New paint, in good mechanical condi- tion, good ti...

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 — 19 July 1929

♦ # ♦ * 1 I I tgft#* * # ♦ 4 < ■'4 1 « ( * ♦ ♦ 0 X # # % ♦ * Fridijf, July II, 1IK THE CALDWELL NEWS 1*5 «* CLASSIFIED ADS When the Knight dairy farm at . _ __ „ . _ . _t Clarendon «was burned, the barns LOST—Pair Shell Rim Glasses, i wan replaced and electrical equip* Finder please return to J. E. Reeves¡ m«rit Installed throughout, according and receive reward. (7-19-p) jtQ the Clarendon News, which says that every mechanical part of the Helping TO Blllld TSXAS grapefruit trees 5*. Texaa and when 6 cents a pound, with the result that _____ ,they all come to bearing within the he announces he will plant 1,500 next few years, there will be a die- acreB this year. be met and FOR SALE—Second hand corrugated roofing and lumber. See us. Mutual Lumber Company. (tf) For Sale I have five second hand 84 x 4 Firestone Cord Tires and Tubes which are good for several thousand miles that I will sell very cheaply. If interested, see me or my son, Hope. J. F. Cobb HAY FOR SALE—Will .start bali...

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 — 19 July 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday. July 1 . It Sheriffs Sale The Stat* of I«ui, County of Borlasen. By Tirtoe of i certain Order of Solo ieraed oat of the Honorable District Court of Burleson County, m the 2nd day of July, 1929, by F. A. Ellis, clerk of Mid Court against J. ft. Whatley, Lena Whstley, Joseph Mrs. R. J. Savage Hostess To The Blue Bonnet Club After an elapse of several weeks, the Blue Bonnet club again enjoyed • very delightful entertainment With Mrs. R. J. Savage. As is always the case, this group of young matrons Wondrash and C~~A Bain' for"the thoroughly enjoyed this social con- snm of 9498.76 with interest thereon tact and especially on this occasion from August 2, 1927 at the rate of was it an enjoyab e affair. After Ian par cent per annum, and the beaut u *" ** ** further am of 915.15 cost of court delicious refreshments were served •cefBBd in the County Court of BeU wWc*> WM banana "Pttt the Couaty, Asas, and costs of suit, in Pink and white cream, angel food cause No...

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 July 1929

* I m- I® •H U K' 4. t ** I i FH*y, Jdy a HW THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County LnUer C. E. CBOM ARTIE, Editor uá PaMlsher TU caldwell news Enterad as second cliu natter at the Caldwell, Tmi Poit Office, under act of Congrees, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell Newe and Burleson County Ledger, Buck end Main Streets, Caldwell, Temas. jahecription 1 Year; la Co—fr-,- 1J0; Out of Ce«rty WJO •Advertising Rates, par inch Readers, per line 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head moat be accompanied by t e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- torney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estutea are settled up or caaes finally adjudicated for ita fees. The regular legal rate of 10 cento per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 canta per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. NM-ÜERTISEIIS _JH I...

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