Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 13, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday. February 13, 1920
From Every Standpoint
whether it be responsibilty, integrity
or management, ample capital, large
resources, ability to extend accom-
modations, or the desire to be of as-
sistance to each patron, you will find
us ready always to do all we can to
meet your requirements with com-
The First State Bank
A GUARANTY FUND BANK
Recharged and Repaired
We distill our battery water with a
Stokes Automatic Water Still.
We burn all battery connections with
Oxe-Acytylene burning equipment.
CADE AUTO COMPANY
Authorised Ford Seles ft Service
Has just closed another year of
business among you, and while the
cotton crop has been the shortest ever
made since we engaged in business,
we will have had an exceptional good
year, out of the proceeds of the crop
gathered, and we enter 1920 with a
determination to serve you as we Jiave
in the past, with the best goods
money can buy at the least cost to
you, thus maintaining our motto
"The Store That Saves You Money"
Come to see us for your wants,
no matter what you need, dry goods,
dress goods, clothing, shoes, hats,
groceries, farm implements, wagons,
etc. We will continue to sell you
standard goods, such as Curlee
Clothes, and Star Brand Shoes,
Vanity and No Name Hats. These
lines defy competition, and the price,
consistent with quality, is right,
T. F. Gilley
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU HONEY
Stack of Case Borsed.
Last Sunday a slack of cane
belonging to John Japp, Sr.,
near Hogg was burned, and for
awhile It looked as (hough his
big barn and three bales of cot- ¡
ton with a lot of harness and
other implemento would b e
burned, but timely arrival and
hard work of his nAighbors,
•aved everything but the cane
He and his wife were away from
home at Deauville and the Is at
a loss to know how the fire
started, but was elated at not
losing anything more than he
G. W. Grant for
We arc authorized to announce
G. W. Grant as a candidate
for re-election to the office of
district clerk, subject to the pri-
maries. He has filled the office
with entire satisfaction to all
concerned and has the reputa-
tion of keeping the neatest set
of books and records of any dis-
trict clerk in this part of the
state. That he will be re-elected
without opposition goes without
Examiniaf Trial for
leys for Burglary
The examining trial of the two
boys who are charged with rob-
bing E. P. Lang's store Monday
night was held Friday. They
bagged the authorities not to
notify their people in the North.
They said they would work with
balls and chains around their
ankles in preference to stayinu
in jail. Mr. Lang promised not
to push the case against them.
Commissioners Court conven-
ed in regular quarterly ¿session
Monday and has been in session
all week, going over and examin-
ing the quarterly reports of the
various officers, auditing ac-
counts against the county, con-
sidering road matters, aud other
Basket Ball Gane.
There were two gamos of bas-
ket ball pia.Ved at the school
house last Friday between Cald-
well and Souierviile, the latter
winning both games. The first
game was between the boy teams
and the score was 2 M0, while
the last was between the girl
teams and the score ot it stood
19-10 in favor of Somerville.
We have clients who wnnt
Vendor's Lion notes-or Deed of
Trust notes as follows: $1000.00,
94000.00, Must be first
class paiter at not less than H
Iter cent interest.
Uowtfrs & Uowers.
The farmer who grows ten acres of
poor cotton sod, at the end of tho
year, owes it all for hog and hom-
iny doaen't put much money into
The farmer who grows five acres
of good cotton and raises corn and
hogs to feed Ills family on the oi «r
five can, at the end of the year,
bank his cotton money as clear pro-
He's the farmer the American Cot-
ton Association stands for—the far-
mer this bank wants to do business
The Ainerican Cotton Association
encourages diversified farming in-
stead.of the old ail-cotton system,
iu> that every cotiou 'arm In the
South may become seifttuslnining
through the production each year
of ample supplies of food and food
In the Issue of Tho Country Gen-
tleman dated January 31st, there Is
an article based on the policy of ths
American Cotton Assooiatlon, In
which every Southern farmer, mer-
chant and banker will be interest-
ed, It is called "Cotton-and Hogs"
Buy The Country Gentleman from
any newstand, 5 cents a copy, or
send SI.00 to The Country Gentlo-
man, Philadelphia, Pa., for a year's
subscription, 52 big issues. There
am íívo other articles in the same
publication about the new freedom
of the cotton south, all of which
you should read.
Cotton and Hogs will make mon-
ey for all of us in the south aud will
make eve" y bank account fat.
CALDWELL NATIONAL BANK
C. C. NELMS, Vlce-Prss.
C. C. CROHARTIE, Cashier.
We can supply your wants in Dry Goods, Grocer-
ies, Etc., and will appreciate your trade, Come in and
make our store your headquarters while in Caldwell.
VAL E. HERB3T
New Spring 1920 Goods
Arriving at The Big Store
We have received a good many
shipments of our advanced orders
for spring merchadise, and our
New York buyer has made us
several shipments already of the
new things in ladies' ready-to-wear
goods, and more to come out soon,
and our Mr. and Mrs. Cobb are
now in the market themselves
buying the new things in millinery,
ready-to-wear, and novelties, and
placing orders for fall for the
more staple lines.
Come in and take a look at the
goods we have ready for your in-
spection, and watch our store for
other new goods that will be ar-
riving right along from now on.
You might miss something if you
J. F. COBB CO.
"The Home of THE BEST, and tho Store of tho
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Rankin, W. W. Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 13, 1920, newspaper, February 13, 1920; Caldwell, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169059/m1/1/: accessed May 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.