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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 January 1930

Ü —— — First Setting to Be Made January 14th WANTED: rs to care for from MO to to furnish us eggs to keep Hatchery in operation. 5c to 10c per Dozen Above Local Market Do not délay oñe minute, «jome see or telephone us at oocf to be sure of getting on., our list You will have to act quick. YOURS WITH NEW YEAR GREETINGS Some are going to be given a splendid opportunity to money on this proposition. be YOU? Will it MO-WYNN POULTRY FARM Telephone No. 171-F2 Caldwell, Texas Box No. 262 Chriesman Items I spent the holiday with homefolks. ¡ Mr. Joe Catropia of Bryan and ■ Frank Catropia of Mudville were over Mr. and Mra. J. R. Sewell are " 'd he,Ped enJ°y the Christmas tree fending the holidays in McGregor ¡and Program "With their daughter, Mrs. Tom Con- SMdy Mra. M. McLeod and son, (Jordan, •f Happy, Texas, are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Love. Joe,. Brown Love is spending the holidays with his parents. LaNelle Love and Harold Mate- Jowaky of Georgetown are spending the holi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 3 January 1930

I ■ i ——p A happy New Yatr to everybody. •Coste all you correspondents. Lot's ho mor* regular. Got the hobiti Hopo bom of you hod your flagon frost bitten from tho receat snow wo had whieh was tho deepest we havo known in tt yoara. Whore Is Cooks Point? Ill bet he got lost in the snow storm, eh? A party was givon at the Floyd home Friday night in honor of their son, Murray, of Bobs town. Every- one reported a very nice time. Mies Juanita Philp visited In our community during the Christmas holidays- MUi Beatrice Sims of Lyons visit- ed her grandfather the past week, also other relative, Mrs. Will r ennington is visiting In Navajfttii at present. Charlie Houston and family, Hugh Houston and family, also Mrs. Porter, visited in the home of T. F. Langham Sunday. Mr. Tony Hanser, also Miss Lela Shepherd are reported on the sick list. We learned that the stork visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hemenes and left them a fine boy. Miss Jimmie Pennington has re- turned to her home aft...

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 January 1930

■mmrnm NEWS itjr Ledger ui Publisher 1 class matter at ti Caldwell, Texaa Port Office, March 8, 1879. riiwu n«w Mádfci Jaéaarr !! >• i C. B. CROMARTRt _ Weekly by tba Caldwell New* and Burleson Coon sad 'Mala Streeta, Caldwell, Teaaa. 1 Yi la Ceoaty 1140; Oat of latea, par Inch- SHOWS INCREASE IN SUBSCRIPTION ADVERTIBING-^Heiwaftor all aoticea carried under this head paalod by ♦ e caah payment persoaally guaranteed by the at- such noticaa uponpreaeutation ofatatement. Thia paper can ' for publication auch natter andjrait until estate* are ssttled, r adjudicated fqrita.fees. The regular legal tata of 10 ( . . _ .point typo will bó charged for the first insertion and 6j i par |ino for each aubaequent inaertiori for all legal advertising. Bo e Town Thoughts It is <ilaimod that speech defecta are carahle, but aoitto buaineaa men aaat seam to apeak up for their by advertising. Whoa you spend money at home, you not merely spend it, but you imaat it in buaineaa concerns that rotura y...

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 — 3 January 1930

.. if llMfrrtft 4 Heavy Egg Production Bring m n * i * if t ♦ MiHT OWNERS SUCCEEDING IN THE BUSINESS COLLEGE CITES INSTANCES , WHERE GOOD POCLTÍtV PAYS WELL College Station—High egg pro* ducti,on is essential to high profits in the poultry business, and unless hens lay 140 eggs or more per year with -Of them coming in seasons of prices, something is wrong. * Poultry flock demonstration records sent by county and home demonstra- tion agents to E. N. Holmgreen, poul- try specialist in the Extension Ser- vice, show'that this standard qt pro- duction is within reach of owners of ordinary farm flocks and that profits of $2 per bird a year are not too much to expect if good management is used. In Shackelford county, J. I). Fite of II oran completed u year's record November 1st to find ^hat his flock of 269 White Leghorns laid and aver- age of slightly more than 210 eggs per hen and returned a net profit of $3.72 each. It cost ten cents per doz- en to produce these eggs and they sold for 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 — 3 January 1930

^0-2--'Ai ni w m oimi nm _ • V v «i na Personals I Southwestern •prat the holidays with hia , H . > Mrs. T. li Goodnight sprat Day with their parents In Holland. Born to Jlr. and Mrs. Charlie Holik, rftw hjfc.n gtai, whom they named Etta Mae Bane of Marcos sprat Christmas her tether-end mother, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Barns. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brewer and ef Han Antonio, viewfrLtheir puente, Mr. and Mrs. T. during the holidays. o— Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stone spent urewer and vHar OÉrtnrprth ef the Seminary nt .Fort Worth is spending the holi- days tere. Mr. Headier ef Rovers, visited his Nt Isadora Headier, the antf^tfrs. H. W. Bates spent in Hooeton with their Mrs. Vera Eidman. o Mies (Catherine Ellis spent the (Chrisfcmas holidays with relatives in r —7l"t—: r— ( Mr. and Mrs. Carter and daughter of Lexington were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. í. H. Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. fid Schiller of Osmerrwi visited their mother, Mrs. Schiller, and other relatives, Sunday. Joe F.Sefcik of Be...

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 January 1930

issísstHaJ* ; A-- n?. w = -4- n * Dawn of a New ¡j'j 1 11..11 ,ihipjj wwtw , S WE FORGE ONWARD into the dawn of a new y ear ? where we will be apt to meet storms of unknown strength Onward and —where we will be forced to cross seas of unknown depth Upward— and width—where none can tell what awaits, let us ever Working keep before us the knowledge that in union there is strength Together During 1930 As a united community we can meet and overcome an. Boosting, not alone by word of mouth, but by acts as well, • m we can make this, our home town community, better and more prosperous, come what may. 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 Company, Inc. Your Home Should Come First « Caldwell, Texas J. F. Polansky, "The Winchester Store" Woodson Lumber Company Home Builders Hendler's Dry Goods Store "It Pleases Us To Please You" Womble O...

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 January 1930

'".r?3W mh mt e advantage of apportunity. IF the hiuid that this Bank toward yon in a sincere spirit of IF you avail yourself of the are willing to place at your or developing and augmenting State Bank Hi On bum, the ■ to m* " Mr. end t>rt ind .with a part/ The ho ti**ly dfccormtj hpUjr go to. make tip Chriitnii ornamented in ti gift f o«^ several gan.es refreshment «Í wiches, andtfaüé TO CALDWELL mi a. MM ]'Mrs. Gregg H Her Visiting Niece With Dinner Party Miss Jeaaie Mipta Gates of Tula Rosa, New Mexico, was honored with a dinner party last Monday night when her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Gregg, with whom she is visiting, entertained for her. The home presented an ideal Chri.itmap setting fur this affair with its definitions of the red and green in bMtdfel and artificial adornments The poiafctta idea was the th<|p>^ throughout. Pgjnsétlas in larisff floor baskets and vases graced the rooms. The idea was further carried out in the table adornments, tallies and score pads. A two-cour...

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 — 10 January 1930

I (t H ♦ • V ' •> í .a-.' "i ■-% •- <yt, ., r-, ., . V*'j|i|'iliiÉpl*|' 1 "f 11 ' WW'^ ^"l>"*'i at' i 1939 ■ ' • • 4< 4 T A I F And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the'Development and Upholding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Lmáft. Vol. 44. No. 48. CALDWELL. BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, Friday, January 1 TALKIKG PICTURES FOR CAL The Caldwell New*, Vol. 8, N Ü ARE ASS jk / Editor's coiumr\ Caldwell Hatchery To Open For Spring Run Tomorrow Mrs. C. W. Mataon is to be both congratulated and commended for her thrift, civic enterprise and decision to give our city and county a modern up-to-date talking picture theatre. The citizen certainly should appre- ciate her interest and confidence in the city and county. They shoulú appreciate the fact that she is going to invest a considerable amount of money to provide popular entertain- ment, an institution that will be a constant attraction to draw crowds regularly our way. Picture theatres are ass...

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 — 10 January 1930

T®« CALDWBLL KIWI ROLETOÜT ¿ luprwmata Greater Cuutjr Saftojr aai Comfort Tía Chevrolet Motor Company to* a new car for 1930 "The Greatest Chevrolet History." lit of the new 6ar: at the close of Chevro- M «reateet year, for the «ehsation- al aúrfrM oí the six-cylinder Chevro- let, introduced just a year ago, re- tailed in an output of 1,350,000 cars 'Ibis year, breaking by a wide margin «40 farmer Chevrolet annual product- lea records. fn nmUing public Chevrolet's plans Ver 1080, W. S. Knudsen, president and general manager, declared that with «he improvements incorporated in the wmw car, Chevrolet was anticipating at volume of business that will equal, It not surpass, the phenomenal record «f 1089. And, in order to accomodate _ an early demand, production is be- 4l| speeded up with all the haete con- it with the precision methods for Chevrolet manufacturing oper- are famous. Naw car shipments have been go- If out to dealers for the past ten 'horsepower is developed and the max- iar...

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 — 10 January 1930

1AL4MI ímf* fWi f • ■; r mt%ji \i -Chevrolet announces THE GREATEST CHEVROLET DW CHEVROLET HISTORY Today, Chevrolet presents the Great- est Chevrolet in Chevrolet History— a smoother, faster, better Six—with beautiful new bodies by Fisher. Basically, it is the same sturdy, sub- stantial Six which won such tremen- dous popularity in 1929. But it is a greater car in every way—for there are scores of vitid improvements which contribute to comfort, per- formance, endurance and safety! An improved six-cylinder valve-in- head motor, with its capacity in- creased to 50 horsepower; four Delco- Lovejoy hydraulic shock absorbers; fully - enclosed internal - expanding weather-proof brakes; a new dash gasoline gauge; heavier and stronger rear axle; Fisher non-glare wind- shield; larger tires— —these are typical of the many improvements which make this car the Greatest Chevrolet in Chev- rolet History. But most impressive of all from the standpoint of the motor car buyer—this smoother, faster, b...

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 — 10 January 1930

üflif * 1 CALDWELL NEWS in County Ledger C B. CROMABT1E, Mitoc sai PubUskor natter it the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, ante March 8, 187 . , by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Led^r, Main Caldwell, T 1 Year. la County |1J0¡ Out of Couaty HJO inch- 10c LMGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all aot^es carried onder this head ipanisd by ♦ e «¡tsh payment persons 11 y guaranteed by the at- such «atices upon presentation of statement. This paper eaa accept for publication inch matter and wsit until estates are settled finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 por line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and 5 par line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. 1929 Crop Valaes Decline The Biggest the W Business In World" "The Government of the United Mateo is the bigest business in the ■■lil - So speaks David Lawrence, editor of the United States Daily, in s book last published, "The Other Side of Government." That the political side of ...

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 — 10 January 1930

rvwu, n. IÜÍ^.í 1ZENAGED86 í PASSES AWAY "E ral Services For Mrs. E. R. oore Held Sunday; Burial at Porter's Chapel ►. The funeral of Mm. Moore carried quite a large concourse of relatives ana friends to the Porter's Chapel burring ground Sundar morning, Rules Changed Schools Entering Debate Sheald Noti- fy Director I ■ mediately Bo Schedule Can Be Made . Under the new debate rules, every team entering the county debate con- test this year must participate, before the date of the county meet, in a de- bate schedule by means of which every team debates every other team, and only the two teams having the whtre her remains were laid <o rest! highest percentage of victories con- il flowers. test 'n the finals, on the day of the sr a canopy of beat ided by loving hfinds. Death Saturday morning four o'clock. Ramey Moore, widow T t 1 t # "V M >é' ¥ V county meet, for the county champion- ship. Therefore, the coach of each team intending to enter the contest should notify the county d...

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 — 10 January 1930

i i i CALDWELL ■ ■ riMii, ■Eií~. A LITTLE HUMOR Porcc of Habit ■REO) NEED OF BETTER ROADS: GmlMt iMfmeaNii la Motoring Must Cnu Through Pave- Durirtr a holdup in Chicago a young male stenographer was hit by a , bullet. Thinking he was mortally i wounded, he whispered to a friend: ' Thought Hit Case Hopeless, He Say By B. B. Duffy Co ±tion is bringing the motor- j which includes about 126, 1,000 citizens of the United States, aireóse unbelievable values. Eight- cyHnder cars are coming within reach of Wlfti who because of worldly cares must conserve the contents of their biifoida. Automobiles are being made hettsr and better, and of parallel im- portance, cheaper and cheaper. But there is one thing wrong with the motoring picture. More has been done in creating speed and comfort in vehicles than in providing high- ways over which they must best operate. To say that automobile manufacturers have done all they can in the way of making cars efficient would not be quite true, for mechani-...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 January 1930

rriiw. 'P tto MUMtikU.:- kift TO CAIOWEU NEWS rmm* — Outlook Regarded Good Coming Year Profits from farm poultry !«• Mfher in 1929 than in any recent year, a compilation of figures by Moltry authorities indicates, and eon- ■jtions point to a profitable season %ring the coming year. Egg prices aN up, and it looks as if they were gping to continue at a good level dur- ing the entire season. There are several reasons for tfiis. One is the fact that hatcherie* this year have increased their* capacities dae to annual intreaa^of business •Ver the past ffff years. These hatcheries, payiptf: higher prices for hatchable eg^fe, will take a larger percentage^ the egg yield than ever before^ «"*, ,, P«d storage figures indicate that the beginning of the year will find a ' shortage of eggs in storage, and this shortage will be made up, to further make inroads upon the egg supply. As a result, fall and winter prices in 1930 should be high. At the same time, grain prices are reasonable, and condit...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 10 January 1930

11 •' ' H' iood Resolution The only business which suffers the unpleasant things time brings is the one denied the advantages of opportunities. Resolve this year to benefit your business with Modern banking facilities such as we offer. THE FIRST STATE BANK Caldwell, Texas FORTY-TWO CLUB DELIGittTJLLY ENTERTAINED A very enjoyable courtesy was ex- tended the mentjprs 0d their hus- bands together with <rtlwr friends by the "Forty-two" CRÉ it the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Porter last Friday night, with a forty-two party. In the already lovely home, were placed cut flowers, and pot plants here and these, which lent ifi their beauty an added touch of hospitality and welcome. Upon the arrival el the guests, oysters, wafers, hot eaffea and fruit cake were served from tear that held for their center decosatie— the catsup bottle covered in rod aatf green paper to resemble a Hover. After removal of the trays, score caris which were calendars for the New Year, represented the di...

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 — 17 January 1930

>' Ü • # 4' í THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 44, No. 43. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1930. The Caldwell New . Vol. t, No. ft. Freezing Weather Grips State Again Editor's Column The past week has been one oí those cold, wet, disagreeable kind that makes everyone want to hug the fire and stay inside. • • * * Guess Thursday, Friday and Satur- day were among the worst we have had. Extremely cold, wet, murky, foggy, muddy, slushy, and mushy, every kind Imaginable. Wood piles were diminished over the city. Dis- tress calls were sent forth in seyeral instances. • • • lee was everywhere. The streets and sidewalks had a glass coated ap- pearance everywhere. Walking and driving was difficult and dangerous. A few accidents occurred. • • « • Wednesday was the first time the aun made its appearance in some ten days. The county road...

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 — 17 January 1930

i , Feed Crap At $51 Acre By F. W. B—pfast lUMi from fen ftl Austin Man Recover* From Fourteen Years ma. of 192ft-29 at $82.77 per 1M Hgfc grade Hereford by hogs bee convinced of Neeeee umty, Texas, Erop is «tea aore valuable «H IP ' unlike acores of our farmers, is leelring some method of changing rograai of all cotton, by tbe iacieasiag hazard erop caned by insects rot, as a —omine necessity Mr. Perry planted a feed crop than usual and bar- a bumper crop. Save a limit- tot existed for feed in Noecee be decided to market tbe feed li cattle, so 106 higb grade calves carrying their milk sore pare based aad grazed for masks in a 17 acre second crop ri field. The beads of this crop ia tbe soft dough. Also 106 bogs in the fcodkt at tbe Tbe cabas seemed to lia from tbe start and Ad cot !>*e pean J of their milk fat, and much was given to tke milky candi- la of tbe begari beads for their émdid progress. 11m hogs saved much grain knocked by the calves while grazing. A patch was allowed ...

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 — 17 January 1930

IT. ItW mcAiMunwi I1'1' ' • • ■ ■ IIHIIUIIMIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII r HTC IIHiWIHHIBHIHIIHIIfiüi STORE MHIT ANNOUNCING The OPENING Soon of T. B. PARKHILL'S "Home-Owned" U HUMPTY DUMPTY Stoop-No-More" Store Credit System to Be Abolished. Strictly Cash System to Be Inaugurated CHEAPER PRICES Here on GROCERIES, FEED AND SEED My Produce Business To be continued as before, with improvements and enlargements Have no thought of discontinuing this department WILL CONTINUE TO BUY Everything the Farmer Has to Sell, not on Special Days, but EVERY DAY in the week, as I have in the past. Every Service Offered WATCH FOR WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS T. B. PARKHILL "For Better Merchandise at Lower Prices and For Better Prices on Every Farm Product" Delivers

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 — 17 January 1930

The Burleson County Ledfter C. K. OOM ARTIE, Bdltor sad Publisher «wad class matter at the Caldwell, Texai Port Office, undo? March S. 1879. wshly by the Caldwell Nm and Burleson County Ledger, Caldwell, T la Gouty 91J0; Oat «I Batee, por iach aov Uno - -10c ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under thli head bo accompanied by t e cash payment personally guaranteed by the at- Mfng each notice* upon presentation of statement. This paper can accept for publication ouch matter and wait until estate* are settled finally adjudicated for its foes.. The regular legal rata of 10 per lino of 8 point type will bo charged for the first insertion and ® per lino for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. The Passing Politician A oommitte once wont to a philan- thropist to aak him to subscribe $5 to help bury a poor old politician. "Hare's $50," he cried. "Go out and bary ton politicians!" What's the matter with the politi- cian that he's the butt qf so many Jakes? Is it becau...

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 — 17 January 1930

11, H* * t 1 u Maryland Smoothes Way For Motor Only Way To 8olve Highway blcai la To BaiU RoUi That Last Pro- I By E. E. Duffy There is but one way to solve the rural highway problem and that in to formulate a plan whereby every wUl the states be able to declare thai they are doing all in their power to meet the motor problem. KNOW ° TEXAS Texas has 242 creameries. Practi- callyy all of them have been built within the past five years, most of them in the last two years. In spite of the short cotton crop and lower prices, Texas' agricultural production for 1929 was valued by km raw available cent of highway income can U. S. Department of Agriculture be devoted to pavement construction at $615,351,000, again giving it first that will best serve the car. | place among the states. What a state can do when it pjtices its mind on the job is well illiw'i rated by Maryland. During the r®ud build- ing season just ended, Maryland con- structed 225 miles «I new roads and of this total tut 60 m...

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