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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 March 1930

TBS CALBWMX NKWB Will Give Away Free FRIDAY/ —At 4:00 o'Clock P. M., an All Leather Suit Case together with an Ivory Comb, Brush and Manicure Set. VALUE $20.00 Wash Dresses One lot of Wish Dresses in ensembles. One- piece Pajama Sets, guaranteed fast colors, nice enough for anybody to wear on the street, in Prints,, Voiles, and Organdie. Special— $1.69 Sizes 14 to 48 House Dresses One lot of House Dresses, guaranteed fast colors. Regular price $1.00. Special— 69c Sizes 14 to 48 Goods One table of Chambray and Gingham in solid colon, stripes, and checks. Special— 7c yard Extra heavy good quality Cheviots and Blue Bell Cheviots in stripes, checks, and solid colors. Regular price 19c. Now Special— Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Novelty Shoes in Blonde, Black, White, and Red, in pumps, straps, and ties, military and spike heels. Special— $3.49 pair One table of Ladies' Shoes, values up to $4.00. Special— $1.95 pair 14c yard 9-4 Bleached and Brown Sheet- ing. Regular price 39c yard. Special now—-...

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 — 28 March 1930

THE CALDWELL NEWS w—m = M- * i m ■ it ■■■ptaHMweni •if "iff-JIM1 J— ited to Attend 6 SALE of S STORE ¡day, March 28, 1930 e {General Dry Goods, Men's Clothing, Shoes, Ladies,' Misses' and Chil- iaewly finished Seigle building on Buck Street adjoining the Simpson fcal prices all can afford to pay. Attend the opening of this new store id get acquainted with the management and its policies. THREE DAYS. READ THEM 'ide Assortment to Select From, to Give Satisfaction. Men's Ail-Wool Suits Hats e leap* and Children' rinj lirge and small nd I different straws d billlie $1.50. Special 18c e leases' Spring Hats, rulaft to $2.50. Now ecia ,69 One lot of Men's All*Wool Suits, values up to $15.00. Now Special— $6.95 Í One lot of Men's AII-Wool Suits, all colors and sizes. Regular price up to $25.00. Now Special— $12.95 100 BOYS' KNEE PANTS SUITS, All Wool, size 12 to 18. Values up to $10.00. Special— 98c 100 PAIR MEN*S ALL-WOOL PANTS, all sizes. Values up to $4.00. Now Special— $1.49 r Leader Ca...

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 March 1930

w- ■ •• - - -•■ f fv ^ *. IS BÜ- 7 '" • ; ram calbwbll news ■MBM Everywhere You Hear Them Say: " MY NEXT CAR WILL BE A FORD Let Us Demonstrate to You CADE AUTO GO. [■IWIIMimmilMlimiiHllilllllllHmilllllllHlillllHHIIIIIIIIIBIIlllllMIBMIMBIlUIIIIIIIUIll!IIIIIHIIHIflll!iHlHI !llilinilll!i;ill !iHilil!l!l!l.;li!l!l!lll!!:ii;iiilJiilllllHI IUIIIlUIIIIHIIIimilllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMI«HIIHIUtiyimil IIIIHHIIlliig —— 1 Baked Beans Give Variety and New Value to Meals By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON Director, Home Economies Dept H. J. Heine Company rl time-honored New England custom of serving Baked Senna with Boston Brown Bread and Picklea every Saturday night la spreading in popularity. And thia is an excellent time to call attention to the many other at- tractive ways of serving nutritious food. Baked Bean cutlets are tooth economical and delicious while any family would vote ■teaming bowls of Baked Bean soup or a piping hot Baked Bean rareWt a special treat on a wet, sold night Recent e...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 March 1930

TIB CALDWELL NEWS m | I Houstonian Appeals To Texans To Put An End To Political Strife LYNCH DAVIDSON URGES PEOPLE OP TEXAS TO STOP STRIPE AND START PROGRESS IN THE STATE Hou«ton, March 27—Calling Dan Moody a "petulent boy" ai\d James E. Ferguson a "political pug," for- mer Lieutenant Governor Lynch Davidson issued a statement urging Texas voters to "put an end to the personal and factional strife which is swallowing up all hope of state pro- gress." hccalling past warnings.. Mr David- son Raid that "unless Texans this year use their thick stub pencils to sweep from the political picture every man who tunt'B his campaign music to the Assassin's Song, we cannot justly hope for sound state government." "The Marathon Legislature has ended with a requiem for prison con- centration, judicial reform, tax equali- zation, farm relief and a score of other achievements so often pledged," said Mr. Davidson's Btatement. "On the one hand we see a petulent boy. blaming the legislature for damage ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 March 1930

T** CAMHWH* *P- He Is Your Friend-Too !_/ m You are more than just a customer when you come here to trade You are a friend and neighbor to the man with whom you are r % You are interested in his welfare, the welfare of his family and friends, just as he is interested in you, your family and your friends. Whether you come to his store to buy or just to visit, he is always glad to see you. Should misfortune befall, your friends are the first to step forward with aid. Should you be favored by fortune, your friend is as happy about it as you are. Friendship and neighborliness is a part of this community life of ours—to make it successful, we must all do our share toward maintaining it Our interest in the welfare of this community prompts us to sponsor this message to the people of Caldwell and vicinity. Womble Oil Mill Company Gulf States Utilities Company First State Bank in Caldwell Cade Auto Company Karnes-Wotipka Company Rosenwasser's First In Everything Homeyerfiros. Dsytos Tiras—G...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 28 March 1930

TBI CAU)WWA W W8 The First Indicatioii of Spring WM. 11 <IH? ■i «3 «y <3UM. "W (CmtteHW.M.U.) The Fun of Vegetable Gardening Second Creek News There wan a basket ball game last Thursday between Red Hollow and Second Creek. The boys and girls both played. The scores were four and eight in favor of the Second Creek girls. Two and six in favor of the Red Hollow boys. Mrs. Annie Dean spent several days with Mrs. F. F. Snyder in Somerville last week. Misses Helen Kaltwaxser and Lil- lian Risse spent Sunday with Miss Alice Priebe. Misses Voyl Wyatt, Catherine and Maggie Whnley spent Sunday at Lone Ooak. Miss Gladys Godby was a visitor of Mrs. Laura McCowen Sunday. Mr. E. P. Godby and family, Mr. I). E. Autrey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Dot son, and Miss Bemice Dean spent Sunday with Mr. Bush Wyatt and family. Miss Eunice Autrey spent Sunday night with Miss Bemice Dean. Mr. Jim Philp and family spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Phelps. Mr. Willie Kazmir and family, anil...

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 — 28 March 1930

. 1- Money "Talks Build foi Hu fuhiit S\Q\\ Q J3cinf\ Account t A Good Bank Must Have the *' Welfare of the Community at Heart Thto buk la iateaaely interested in the welfare of wry family in tkta community—the exacting supervision of the United States punnent ansnres you a safe place to keep your money. He are AFTER YOUR BUSINESS and will do OUR PART to merit your patronage. 1 Caldwell NatiomalB/vnk Btinn College Quartette To Sing Sunday Hie Blinn Collage Quartette of Breahaip will render a musical pro- tram at the German Methodist church near Cooks Point Sunday morning and evening. The president oí the school will speak et the evening service. The public is invited to attend. ■ o ■ Approaching (Continued Aram page one) Asks For Bids (Continued from page one) wrS^romen to sing in Waco and elsewhere during her brief visit to Tesas. Por the past year she has been aoloist at 8t George's church, the famous old church which is known as the Plerrapoint Morgan church. St. Geoise's has a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 4 April 1930

W Clean up—Paint up Help beautify the City! Join in the crusade to be made in general. April 15th to*19th. THE And The Burleson County Ledger JWW «re are peopi for second-hard v« every week. :i A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 3. No. 11. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1930. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 45 Now 2. SAN MARCOS QUARTETTE TO SING HERE TONIGHT CONCRETE ON SQUARE TO BE POURED MONDAY Work (iets Under Swifter Head- way During the Week Fol- lowing Fairer Weather Piazza-Spencer Concert Slated To Be Held April 9th. The paving work that Thursday by the rain, fleet and sn< was resumed nicuin Monday and du waa halted low again Monuay ami dur- ing the week faster progress wax made. The curb and gutter has prac- tically all been completed, and excava- tion of the intersecting street cor- ners was commenced, to he finished so the concrete for the street paving can be begun. Mr. Wil...

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 — 4 April 1930

M** April 4. If TBI CALDWELL NEWS sn- &JÁ' ADJUSTMENT, SATS NHS A. OLSEN FARM CENSUS AIDS AGRICULTURE The 1930 farm census i of special importance in view oí the far-reach- inf economic changes which have occurred in American agriculture the last ten years, says Nils A. Olsen. chieí oí the Bureau oí Agricultural Economics, U. 8. Department oí Agriculture. He appeals to farmers to give every assistance to the census enumerator . Approximately 70,000 enumerators will be engaged in taking the farm rs—ni in conjunction with the popu- lation census will begin April 2. Pre- liminar" results will be published by the Bureau of the Census, Department oí Commerce, early in 1981, but the figures for some states will be avail- able this fall, "The farm census," Mr. Olsen says, "has been organised to yield basic information which will enable Federal State agricultural institutions to aid farmers in formulating plans for improving the economic position of fanners. In this connection, the cen-...

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 — 4 April 1930

m CALDWELL NEWS : "■i11"« i i i n Yes Sir! " My Next Car Will Be a Ford I Know What a FORD Is '' 'i A Ride Will Show You CADE AUTO COMPANY w m 1 CROP ANDBUSINESS CONDITIONS FAVORABLE IN THE SOUTHWEST SANTA FE OFFICIALS STATE Reports Compiled Indicate 1930 Will Be Good Production Year A compilation of reports from the Beveral divisions of the Santa Fe Railway indicate that 1930 will he a good year for farm production gen- erally. California, Arizona. New Mex- ico, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, all report satisfactory condition agrcul- turaily from a production standpoint. The lettuce crop in Arizona is heavy and there is a strong demand at good prices. In New Mexico spring work i well under way. The farming dis- tricts of Colorado report prospects good. Kansas has the largest wheat acreage in its history. Condition is normal. Rain is needed in the south- ern counties. In Texas the report states that crop prospects are bright in the eastern two-thirds of the state, where there is suffic...

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 — 4 April 1930

TU CALDWELL NBWS i Ir Of PH4NQUINT TAX SUIT n STATE OP TEXAS «Ml Cooaty ff Purl—on Herman Green and all persons lien holders owning or or both, sny interest in the lots hereinafter described, being delinquent to the oí Texas and County of Burle- taxes, and the same lying and _ situated in the Countv of Burlo and State of Texas, to-wit: One vacant lot Brea Addition to SonMrville and lot 11 and 12, Block 4, Bran Addition to Somervilta in Burle- County, Texas, being the same lOrty described in a deed from r * n-ijrft to Herman Green, re- I in VM. 12, Page S60, Deed Re- ef Burleson County, Texas, property is delinquent to the of Texas and County of Burle- mb for taxes for the years 1916, 16, St, 2f and 1927, aggregating the sum of (16.00 including interest, penalties and costs, said taxes having been |y levied, assessed and rendered ist said land and liU, and the beinc a lawful charge and con- ing a prior lien against the in favor of the State of Texas Burleson to secure the mwt County ...

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 — 4 April 1930

CALDWELL /fWl •ef* •- *■ Colored County Fair and School Meet Here Drew Considerable Interest Twenty-Three Schools Partici- pated In Exhibits and Athletic Events The colored county fair and inter- scholastic school meet hel<l here March 14th, atti acted considerable in- terest and drew a nictr size crowd. Twenty-three schools participated In the double event and exhibited some high grade specimens of work; which was creditable to the colored teachers patrons and workers. J. A. Freeman, principal of the school and chairman of the fair com- mittee, stated that the event was fill- ed from beginning to end with whole- some thrillB, born of wholehearted re- sponse to the call of duty. He said a splendid spirit of cooperation, fair play, congeniality and competition characterized the day and a part of the evening. Despite the threatening weather, an enormous crowd thronged the auditorium and grounds at the local colored hieh school, he said. The list of prizes awarded follows: FAIR St. ...

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 — 4 April 1930

THE CALOWBIX NIW8 - Ioney "Talks 'Nt, F^INCtPLtySuCCt55 ;^'(¿^l5BASCDllP0NTHt 5?RINCIPLEyÍHKlFÍ III l i I ll A COURAGE FACTORY- • Ev%y bank is a Courage Factory for those who have an accotinl in it. It is aijiaaáng she amount of CONFIDENCE that develop in • young man. especially when he H AS a bank account—and SEES IT groviiují. Bank account* are viiamines essential to success. See that yau have one. Caldwell National Bank CALDWELL TEXAS Miss Gaetanina Piazza Local Instructor (Continued from page one) Today, by public hygienic movements, charitv, etc.. the infant may grow to manhood. He is kept alire l>y charity, if not self-supnorted. If he falls vic- tim of disease he is saved by free hospital, service. If imane or feeble- minded, he is given tender care. If he becomes a criminal, instead of be- ing executed, he is coddled and kept alive by over-paternalistic laws. In short, she argues, civilisation is re- versing the process of evolution, and is encouraging the survival and re...

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 — 11 April 1930

Clean up—Paint up Help beautify the City! Join in the crusade to be made in general. April 14th to 19th. THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson «County Ledger Advertía*— Things you want to sail , There are people watching for second-hand value. , every week. j A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell New*. Vol. 3, No. K>. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 19.Í0. Burleson Co. Ledger, Vol. 45, Na S. SPRING CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN STARTS MONDAY FIRE MONDAY DESTROYS HOME IN THE CITY Local Dairyman Imports Blooded Jersey Calf The L. H. Handy home one block south of the Presbyterian church was destroyed by fire between 11:00 and 12:00 o'clock a. ni Monday. An oil .stove was stated as the cause. Mr. and Mrs. Handy were both absent when the fire started. Their negro cook was preparing dinner when one of the .stove burners went wild and flame • caught the room and spread to other parts of the house before it could b...

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 — 11 April 1930

Frtdsy. Mat* 11. 1M# TBI CALDWELL NEWS Ü | Land Utilization Conference To Be Held At Waco Collejre Station. April 10—A land utilisation conference, state-wide in b. sponsored by the A. & M. Col Cotton Farmers Advised To Grow Pork and Feed Texarkana is to have a new Federal building, costing more than $600,000, It will sit astride the Texas-Arkansas line housing jointly the post office and two Federal courts . . . Four new buildings for the Seguin Luther- an- College were recently dedicated. They cost more than $100,000. . . . Texas State Forestry nurseries are growing 600,000 forest tree seedlings for distribution throughout the state in reforestation work. X z.uuu acres ox leases pipe line connecting with the Refugio field, tideration: $8,500,000 . . Kenedy is to have a new telephone exchange, costinr $40,000 . . . Moody- 8eagraves Company recently bought the Gulf Pipe Line Company proper- ties, including 2,000 acres of leases and a 40-mile Port Aransas Reported consideration. ...

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 — 11 April 1930

t.T "&■' - .r <¡ Til CALOWMX NSWS [Farm Agencies of South Waging Stiff Cotton Acreage Reduction Campaign I Foresee Danger If Too Much Cotton Is Produced; Advise Care and Caution The American Cotton Cooperative Association and other southern farm agencie*, bankers and Federal Farm [heads are waging a forcible campaign [to curtail cotton acreage this year to ! boost the price of cotton and save southern farmers and business from | further backsets financially and other- wise. The mails over the south and newspapers are carry ing strong ap- peals for a reasonable reduction, and are suggesting the substitution of feed crops to go on the land not planted to cotton. The agencies are vitally interested and are making final efforts before cotton is planted and it is too late to substitute other crops. They say every ucre planted above 40,000,000 acres will be a vote against better prices; that at least a 15 per cent reduction is the responsibility of every grower; that every seed pla...

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 — 11 April 1930

Mitf, Mat* II. It* TIB CALDWELL NSWB THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledfter C. E. CROMARTIE, Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under of Congress, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Buck and Main Streets, Caldwell, Texas. Classified Ads For Sale Political Announcements The Caldwell News is authorized to _______________________ make the following announcements of i a§K FOR TENDER GREENS—This candidates for the varitas public' g new Green. Every bundle of offices as indicated. Announcements Greens has a tag on. M. Weiderhold. subject to the action of the Demo-: 4-li-p) cratic Primary election to be held in ____________ Subscription 1 Year: In County. $1.50; Out of County $2.00 July. Advertising Rates, per inch __ Readers, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head ■tu«t be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the attorn...

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 — 11 April 1930

THE CALDWELL NEWS — I III i I I I W n m J. F. Cobb Co. HEADQUARTERS FOR Ü Q y.c the plant and bring it ligh standard of equipment ency that characterizes plants in other section of i- plant is a one story, brick tructure, 1,200 by 400 feet, -or type roof, providing for turn light and ventilation, it is a n«w two story office !Q0 by HO feet, of concrete Construction. it has two domestic assem- and an export boxing line, t division of the Tarry town es many countries at pres- ssible to overseas Chevrolet several instances, Crevrolet ore expedient to ship direct •ytown to a foreign country a Chevrolet plant overseas, se of the Tarrytown plant s only to countries that re- mk,' fully assembled. The other lOTTolet export plant at Bloomfield. , J. .-hips only knocked down parts r Assembly at General Motors plants etveas. The finished Chevrolet cars, assem- jd and boxed at Terrytown are put barges and floated down to New irk City, where they are put aboard ips for various parts of the world...

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 — 11 April 1930

Yes Sir! 4 4 My Next Car Will Be a Ford I Know What a FORD Is * A Ride Will Show You CADE AUTO COMPANY fear of crossing: against red lights. The Regulation of Traffic Becoming National Problem By Eugene D. Stirlen The arrival of the mooted "sat- uration point" of automobile owner- ship is not so much a matter of in- dividual buying power, nor of road building schedules, nor of increasing . units of low-cost transportation as scientific method of handling traffic, it is of traffic control. The great problem ahead is maxi- mum use of existing facilities by the centers of population, large and small. Experts in every line of this giant I of a car and driver was $4 per hour meaning that the average cost to the community at that point is $8 per hour! These figures do not include the loss of time to pedestrians who are kept waiting needlessly on sidewalks ,, : . out of respect to the law and out of Billion Dollar Agriculture and rhe Empire of Texas As Featured By Texas State Manufacturers...

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 — 11 April 1930

!'.#>• THE CALDWELL NEWS FtM.jr.IMll.lM IOTOR FUEL TAXES $431,636,454 IN 1929; ALL STATES NOW LEVY Chevrolet Motor Company Expands Output Capacity The 48 States and District of Columbia collected $431,636,464 in ixes on the sale of 13,400,180,062 illons of motor fuel in 1921 , report ceived by the Bureau of Publis loads of the U. S. Department of Lgriculture show. This includes a 12- j uonth collection in 46 states and the 1 r)istrict of Columbia, u five-month Collection in Illinois and the collection , if fight months in New York. Illinois nd New York were the Inst states' to adopt this method for part payment [of the highway bill. The Ptates— Oregan, Colorado, KNQW TEXAS Texas commercial failures for Jan- uary were the smallest for the month in ten years. The total was 59, also the lowest in several months. In 1929 Texas produced 509,472 tons of gypsum, manufactured value of which was $3,041,156. Detroit, April 10.—The Chevrolet I Motor Company today announces an expansion <...

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