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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 13 December 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS Friday. IS. CURRENT HAPPENINGS IN BURLESON COUNTY TWENTY-FIVE YEARS MO Extracted From the Files of the Caldwell-News Chronicle Dated December 16, 1904 to the Hookorville community some few farnwQi were plowing and others were «aid to ¿>e getting ready to start Hooke lit Mid road is graded with Prairie will grow, and phdnee out here this will be up-to-date. At Sebesta, burglars entered the lie establishment of Mrs. and also the saloon owned Mr. Dry (f last Thursday night, (hounds were secured early Fri- day morning, as soon as the robbery Was discovered, and an effort was ipadc to trace the thief or thieves but the effort was fruitless. No clue has yetrbeen discovered. ¡At Chriesman e supper was given which was a success in every way. $E6 was realised. It will be utilised for the benefit of the new building. The Woodmen will have a hall on the twenty-first. Oysters will be served for, the benefit of the hall. C. C. Nelms, vice-president of the CaMwell National Ba...

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 — 13 December 1929

FtMay. II. II THE CALDWELL NEWS wel Riv| lee, innid) He * struct) tures, •11 wht Mr. afre «on will t<>in they will d*yi wifi relative! ley*1! of \ Á HROUGH fair weather and through storm, the good captain, with the aid of his true-hearted crew, brings his ship safely into port. We are the captain and the crew of the good ship—Our Community. If we work together, we can bring our ship safely into port, no matter what storms of adversity we may be forced to weather. Let us stick together, be a united crew, working with our captain. It will mean greater prosperity, greater success, greater happiness for one and for all. Out1 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 < Harvey-Schiller Furniture Company, Inc. The Store of the Golden Rule Your Home Should Come First Caldwell, Texas J. F. Polansky, "The Winchester Store" Woodson Lumber Company Home Builders Hendler's Dry Goods Sto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 13 December 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS How Big Is Your Money Bag? - i * thát defends on how much you have aavbo. most of us are negligent when it comes to being thrifty. For wo do not think of the future. Today is a good tine to save with a budget, each week. In a short time you'll be surprised how your account grows and it will be an incentire to save more. THE FIRST STATE BANK Caldwell, Texas High Shcool Girls Organize Basket Ball Club A meeting of all high school girli interested in basket ball was held last week and a club was organized. Gardina Machat was elected president and Mildred Hill, vice-president. Miss Vest will serve as coach. As them art not^enouajl suits, for all the girls, they Will play for their suits. The girls that make the team will get the suit . They will start playing as soon as goals are put up. Second Creek News The Literary Society club met last Friday and elected the following of- ficers for next month: president, Alice Priebe; vice-president, Eunice Autrey; secretary, Leon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

* * t •w l * U I* K ♦ - i 1 s <• Merry Xmas THE CALDWELL NEWS (= = And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Ok Ledger, Vol. 44. No. 41. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY.TBXAS. Friday, December 20. 1929. The Caldwell News. Vol. 2. No. 16. Cold Wave Sweeps Down On Texas From North e o o • • • • o«* * 00* * * • 0 HOUSTON HOST TO COUNTY AGTS-BANKERS Two Go From Here For District Meet and Conference Tuesday W. 8. Childersa, county agent, and C. C. Nelma, president of the Cald- well National Bank, were Houston viators Tuesday. They attended the district meeting of county agents and bankers of this district, where agri- culture and finance was discussed, as pertaining to the district. They an- nounced that the meeting was very beneficial and that many ideas were exchanged. Mr. Childerss modestly stated that the bankers did most the talking at the meeting, but that one or two of the county agents were called up-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

C. I. A. News By Elisabeth Williams Texas, December 19—Dr. JehB Murray, principal of University College, Exeter, and former member of the British Parliament, lectured fa assembly daring November on "A Trip Through the House of Com- , moas." A topic of his evening ad- dress was "Lessons in Fascism." A voice recital was given by Miss Stella Owsley, associate professor of the Department of Music, December 2, in the college auditorium. The pro- gram included classical, modern, and English numbers. Albert Heckman, professor of painting and design at Columbia University, gave two lectures on art before, the collegt December 3. His lectures were illustrated by slides. L. h. Hubbard, president of C. I. A., delivered a Thanksgiving address before the delegates to the Texas' State Teachers' Association Novem- ber 28, at the special service held in the First Baptist church of Dallas. About fifty members of the C. I. A. faculty attended the convention. Mary McCormic, Chicago Opera singer, appea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

TñK CALDWSLL NEWS I f% * t i i; * '4 # *1* ••I i «Á #4 * O V * ^ ... r /t I . Í •I !; a , im ' gil 5TFP ristmss. 9 Men's Christmas Hose Men's fine half Hose in beautiful colorings, in Cotton, Rayon and Silk, mostly Coopers and Wayne Knit. Sale Prices 20c to 80c TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SALE PRICES AND SAVE MONEY ON YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. THIS BIG STORE IS BEAMING WITH BEAUTIFUL GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THAT WOULD MAKE USEFUL AND APPRECIATIVE GIFTS, AND THE BIG DISCOUNTS WE ARE GIVING MAKE A PROPOSITION YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO PASS UP Sweaters for Boys' Gifts Boys who reoeive one of these Sweaters on Christmas morning will be more than pleased. Just the kind that boys everywhere are wearing nowadays. Sale Prices $1.60 - $4.00 An Array of Women's Gifts Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department is offering some rare bargains in suitable goods for gifts, and at big money saving prices. For instance: All Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Coats go at ONE-THIRD OFF All Fur Chokers go at ONE-THIRD OFF A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burl—on County Ledger C. K. CEOMABTlg. Mltor wd Pabliaher fttmd m Meond cUu matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under ft tt Congress, March 3, 1879. reekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Sack and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. 1 Y« la County 9140; Out of County |SL00 .10c ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head Ik ha accompanied by ♦ e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at' say piada* such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can ^®a IsíU^e aéeept fur publication such Utattfr a*] wait ¿iiitil estate* are settled Up'er ames finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 •anta per line of 8 point type will be chatted for the first insertion and 6 osnta per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. Methodist Ladies Hold Last Social For This Year Burleson County 25 Years Ago (Taken from the files of the News- Chronicle Dated December 23, 1904) The last social mee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

I f I % I A ) '* i 1 I* > 9 %. m >'4 I \ > « i • *♦ J- Br** TU 9AP4 WKU NIW8 & III' jñ .5 -r* 1 • \ IS.i-Ü 3 vW Sol X \\\'T"i fv/ r > v jihiMs ir I áÉSf - # *C« \JB V sáS ft € X v tl V s / \ y i ' ■ ^J :¿j • • <> ■ **"' rf Christmas Greetings "Jw \J *r£Jf T HE CHURCHES represented on this page join in extending their warm hand of friendship to every man, woman and child in the City and throughout Burleson county. "This is my commandment, that ye love one another as I have loved you." MAY THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM GUIDE US TO NEW HEIGHTS OF LOVING KINDNESS AND CON- SIDERATION FOR OUR FELLOWS AS WE PAY HOMAGE THIS CHRISTMAS DAY TO THE PRINCE OF PEACE. WHOSE EVERY WORD IS AN INSPIRA- TION DEEP IMPLANTED IN OUR HEARTS. NATIONS AND MEN. SO OFTEN LED ASTRAY, NOW RECOGNIZE THE NECESSITY OF REVERTING TO THE GENTLE TEACHINGS OF JESUS OF NAZARETH AS THE ONLY SALVATION OF THE UNIVERSE. AS WE STRIVE TO ESTABLISH WORLD PEACE, AS WE ENDEAVOR TO MITIGATE AND MINIMIZE THE PAINS AN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

TR CALDWELL NEWS MAY w and a Happy and Prosperous New Year bring all the happiness, prosper- ity and rich blessings possible is my sincere wish to each and every one at this season. C. H. Barnett Tax Collector of Burleson County May HAPPINESS and SUCCESS attend your every effort, en sincere wish to all. Emmie Oliver County Treasurer MAY make its "take off" for you with joy, soar with success and land with enriched prosperity, is our sincere wish to all. Commissioners' Court G. W. GRANT, County Judge R. R. PI WONKA FRANK J. MURRAY ROBERT COX JOE SLOVACEK Commissioners MAY smile upon you with every sunrise of the year find you at each setting sun richer in con- tentment, heavenly blessings, and ma- terial advan- tage. W. H. Hundley County Clerk of Burleson County sounds another clarion note signaling those workers in the shops of Destiny to pause a bit in the passing of 1929. It is my wish that when Fate resumes it aritfice for 1930, it will mould for all such gladsome products as hea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

m i i * ¥ i J U.S. Road Chief Strong Advocate State Road Bonds Saya' There la Not a Single ValM Argument Against The* (EST lit iTlIU W BilitTM the "Merry-Go-Round" of Ipcome Betw«ea SUtM and Counties Should be Abolished Today every state could issue bonds ^ profitably, either for primary road jtion fining or for some of the intregal' or auxiliary construction needed, such as grade crossing elimination, bridges, by-passes around traffic ef elate system in states Oust have systesM approxi- mately the same extent aad average traffic density approximately equal. The traffic survey is a reliable means of determining how large the state system should be and how much money should be spent on the sev- eral parts of the system. It should be more generally employed in plan- ning and budgeting. There is no ex- cuse for inequitable allocation of funds or wasteful expenditure," he says. "The merry-go-round of income transfer now existent between the states and the counties should be abolished; t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

Ifl_ SI^JLLZII ran. raramii Entertain Blue Club On Tim Bonnet Club the Blue Mrs. T. B. Salem's Church Birch Sunday, December 22. Sunday School at 9 a. m. sharp. Let us try to be on time so that we can practice the Christmas program. Dear children, be all there! Divine Service at 10 a. m. The Christmas program will be CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS ING COLUMN n i .i a i Read the Ads POR BBNT—My rmiñmm te Cald- well. Also have Prigidaire for «ale, just Ilk* new. Mrs. H. Seigle. 1*02 Donover, Houston, Texas. (t&c) Park hill. The beauties of nature were given by the Sunday School on Christ- very art*utically.^displayed >n her mu Eve at 7 o'clock, December 24th. decoration throughout the home. The Don't miM this celebration, dear cedar Christmas tree, arranged in its frlendgf clans is already on decorationu of lights, tinsel and hta way with h¡8 nice gifts for our wreaths, brightened the living room good boys and girls. Everybody welcome! , Christmas Day Decot^ber 25th Divine Service at 10 a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

* II. THE BUSINESS MEN OF CALDWELL WHOSE MESSAGES APPEAR BELOW, TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS THEIR SINCERE wishes FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU, THEIR PATRONS AND THEIR FRIENDS. Your Patronage AND Friendship uw A Have meant more than we can say. It is with a good deal of appreciation and affection, therefore, that we wish you a Very Merry Christmas indeed. J. J. Pollack Merry Christmas ANDA Happy New Year May this Christmas be your Merriest and the coming year your Happiest and most Prosperous. Joe Kovar My Kind Wishes Go Out to the People of Burleson County for a Merry Christ- mas and a New Year filled Prosperity, Contentment and Happiness. Frank B. Drgac GREETINGS May this Christmas be the Merriest you have ever enjoyed and the New Year the most prosperous is my sincere wish. lUfc't PolMalqr joss May the Yuletide basket of cheer be laden with the fruits of friend- ship and good will for you. I wish the very heartiest of Merry Christmasses. C. A. Bain May the spirit of Yuletide ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

i fv I t Ir I r l rl <"'1 <1 <í ! LICENSE PLATES FREE! WITH EVERY VTfiVTI PAD PURCHASED V 9 El 1/ V A A at our 14 DAY December CLEARANCE SALE Let Us Test Your Light? Have this work done early to avoid the rush Starting TODAY—Lowest December Clear- ance Sale prices on used cars with an OK THAT COUNTS—AND 1930 LICENSE PLATES FREE with each car. That's the combination offer that makes this great 14 day sale the biggest bargain event in our history. Many makes and models are on display—-and the famous red OK tag shows where every ear has been reconditioned. Attend this special selling early—while selections are complete. Come prepared not only to get the greatest transportation value ypur money ever purchased, but 1930 license plates—an additional saving of several dollars. Remember there are only 12 sale days. We have been in the automobile business for 15 years and we can truthfully say that the bargains listed below are not only the big- gest bargains of the year, but the bi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

May. niwlw M. IMI w •JCvi Says Farm ANNUAL REPORT TO PRESIDENT IS OPTIMISTIC * f 4 Para Conditions Gradually Agricultanl conditions in the United States continue gradually to improve. Farm incomes in tho crop season 1Í28-29 averaged higher than thoao of any Mason since 1980-11 ex- cept 1986-86. The movement of population from the country to town . ... declined, and the rate of depreciation Yields Reduced Materially, jn farm-land values declined also. Widespread Drought, | Aggregate gross income from agri- ffset By Better Prices (cultural production in the United States for the crop season 1928-29 is estimated to have been 112,627,009,- 0C0. This was about $226,000,000 more than the aggregate gross in- come of the perceding year. Cash in- ' come from the sale of farm products Us estimated to have totaled $9,949,- 000,000 or an increase of $79,000,000 over the corresponding figure for American agriculture's total income 1927-28. Net income of the farmerr for the crop year 1929-30 shou...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

na cumu f i «vi íi Texasfarmera Shift U Better Staple Cotton RUS LAID TO ESCAPE GREAT I LOSS IN PRICE . Communities To Be EtabHahad To Stand- «nHie Strains College Station—Early indications ■oint to increased emphasis by Texas «armors neat year on the growing of fetter staple cotton, according to re- ports of coqpty agents to the Exten- Service. In the past 'moat of the of one-variety cotton standardised on one strain* has come as a result of much urging by county agents and others, bat the farmers in many localities are this fall pushing the matter themselves. • The reasons most commonly given for this change in sentiment are price discriminations in local mar- kets against short staple and low grade cotton, the general short crop and low prices, and the successful experiences of many communities in Texas counties last year. The results of their ventores in growing and sell- ing better cotton have not yet been summarised, but the previous year an average increase of $7.88 per bale ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

TU CAtOWSLL KIWI mmmm CaMwnU, Tmm ! The Changing Business World and March of Events oi Country By Thomas J. Sullivan (Special to the Caldwell New* by Americaa Press New Prednctien Ratios Since 1017, practically the date of the introduction of glass blowing machine*, the man-hour output of blown class has increased 42.3 per cent in the making of lamp chimneys and over 4,000 per eent in the pro- duction of 4-ounce prescription bot- tles. Reduction in labor cost in the latter instance amounts to 97.3 per -«mi In the manufacture of shoe* the labor cost to produce a pair of shoes in 1868 was $4-58; in 1895 it had fallen to 60 cents per pair, and in 1016 had dropped to 86.8 cents a pair. Between 1914 and 1026 the average output of pig iron per man-hour of labor was increased from 282 pound* to 692 pounds. In 1926 pig iron pro- duction passed all previous records. United States shoe producing machienry and equipment are capable of turning out 700,000,000 pairs of shoes a year, but our tota...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

ni cAunrau. raws MM.,,, , Out cf tlauae^ ' Garr afthiM prwdwd at the M M1* Day to mi Carr is ft llMfcli VMM of i|« ul Be quotes Ms scriptures Ho Is «Uto so inter- Riklosh visited is the osaMMiinltj Sunday Sua- W. B. Reynolds sad children a* the home of Mr. T. F. Mia. WH Calvin, son, sad DeWitte ahrtojt rieited ta tha home of T. F. a«Éa, retunda* «Me Barbara. Mr. Woedrow Factor was ia Mid- Turkey aen were through the com- mnity Moaday aad picking the bal- of the turkeys. will bo s Christmss Tree sod at the Midway school house Friday night, December 20. Every body is invited, and IÍ you want to have a food time, COMB! aad dslieioas supper delighted the guests. The house was besutifully dscorated ia white, blue aad pink. Many, fine aad useful preseati were given to the happy couple as token* of true friendship aad esteem. At s late hour refreshments wore served again. With many good wishes, the guests, who filled ovary room of the hurgo house started to leave, having certaialy enjoyed ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

IfltALBWriX Nlfl fAfc >■* ' ft X Bride-Elect Honored With Vanity Slower A beautiful and very «labórate entertainment in the form of a "42" party and vanity ahewer was *iven by Mm. C. R. Hackney honoring Miss Kmily Woodson, a bridi-ot-MSt of tl-.is month, on Saturday at1. '.noon. The Christmas theme prevailed every, where. The rooms in which the Karnes were played were a veritable bower of holiday decorations and provided a setting which was lovely as well as ideal- Gorgeous red berried holly, and yopon, a brightly lighted Christ- mas tree, Santa Claus, wreaths and all the many Christmas things that add attractiveness, were used in pro- fusion throughout. After the games the bride-elect was a large hand mirror which held apon it, a shower bouquet of pink and yellow hearts tied upon ribbons. Upon each heart was written a verse to the bride to be, which could only be read by holding it in front of the mirror as they were printed back- When the honoree had read found that each heart ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 20 December 1929

:*! $ ' «Week Dr . and Mrs. T. L. GoodniAt enter- ' with a «cries of six o'clock with yo«r return thereon, vs CMeeutad the showing Friday night the Goodnight home was the scene of a lovely hospitality On Thursday evening' when Dr. and Mrs. Goodnight so de- of the Thursday Night | lightfully entertained a group of their Club were honored. Just at this sea-¡friends at a six o'clock dinner party son of the year the home was and bridge games afterwards. The in its attire. The beautifully decorated home mode an cypress trees on the front! attractive setting for the three-course lawn9were beaonfhlly lighted with; dinner which was served. Miniature ' which Santa Clauses were plate favors and to each 'poinsetta were used as place cards, «est The ttvinx room and sun par-' After the dinner several games of : " 1 bridge were enjoyed. Mr. O. S. Win- del receiving high score for the men, was given a picture, "A Study in Made." The high score prize for the ladies was presented to Mrs. H. G. Wombl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 January 1930

mim Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to The CaUwi.il News, sss lopment and Upbuilding of Burleson January 8, 1888 i M * = — "■I* Editor's Column Another year, another decade el yean have been rounded oat with the passing of the year 1929. Wednesday, two days ago, the people of the sa- tire civilised world launehed oat la- to a brand new year, a brand new ' decade of years. e • e e Stock has been taken. Inventories ore being tabulated and totaled to •■certain profits and losses, progrese or tstrogrs—ton. New resolutions have bssn made. New policies are •Mm decided upon. We are off en • new year—we are off on r datede of years. •' ' • • t * Have we made good as businSss wan, as farmers, as enterprising cW> seas of the eity and county? Have rone forward or backward? In other words, have we made good? These are questions that we should concern and satisfy ourselves about ¡now, before we launch too far into to new year. •. • • • We need to reflect, look back over m past, appraise...

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